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CoJifornio 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



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I, MARCH FONG EU , Secretary of State of the State of 
California, hereby certify: 



That each of the microphotographic copies of any paper 
document or record following in this roll of film is a full 
and correct copy of the original filed in my office, and that 
each said copies was microphotographed under my direction and 
control this^^-y.^^ day oi i^i?c. 

Authority for this microfilm reproduction is Section 1551 
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PROCLAMATION 



The roundatlons ol" our Reoubllc rest firmlv uoon thp 
knowled/^e and intelliconco of Americans of past. ™eLnt and 
future generations and upon the sound education 'of ouryoSSg men 
cC2nt?yr "" ''^^ security and destiny of our beloveS ^ 

the vouth or''^!^!!^'!!'' r.chools today offer broad opportunities for 
the youth of America to gain appreciation for the manifold 
II lcrl'^l°^ ""^^ "^^^ institutions. A vigorous school system is 
agalnot all its enemies, foreign and domestic. Our national 
independence and personal liberties could not long rio^r^sh If 
the education of our rising generations were to be neglected. 

'"'•^^'^ ^^^ growing population and constantlv exnandinc- 

hi°S'po.^siCle''t'and^rt 'T ." -^P°-^^^^l^tT?"L!n?a?n';L 
nignesc po.^sible standards of education in our school-^ The 

Jlrororcr-f^^tf to ?[/''r' 'V''''' -""^^ bfrnSLhed with 
fr:n?n2^'' citortb to attract greater numbers of able, well 

Governor of California, proclaim April '^^-^O Iq^r ^f'pTmr?^ ' ' 
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IN WlTNliiJS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my (.and and caused the 
Croat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
^•4th day of February, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 

Governor of 'callfornKa/ 

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The City of Hope, renowned National Medical 
Center In Log Angeles County, Is upon the threshhold 
of its njnd year of service to afflicted individuals 
of ail creeds and races. 

Through its facilities splendid care and 
expert treatment are provided without coat to victims 
of such catastrophic diseases as cancer, tuberculosis, 
leukemia and heart diseases. No patient has ever been 
asked to pay for services received, yet the individual 
dignity of each has been carefully preserved. 

Prom modest beginnings in the California 
desert, this fine humanitarian institution has increased 
in stature and public service, keeping pace with the 
tremendous development of our State. In expanding its 
services. Its fine outstanding scientific research staff 
and equipment, and its new Children's Wint;, the v'tnl 
ne(-il for increar.ed public support of the City of Hope 
has become more acute. 



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Inasmuch as the City of Hope is a beacon 
hope to the suffering and since its doors are open 
all without question as to ancestry or faith, I, 
Goodwin J. Kni)';ht, Governor of California, proclaim 
June, 19'?b, as CITY OF HOPE MONTH in California and 
urge my fellow citizens to lend every possible 
assistance to this unique and outstanding institution. 

IN WITNESS WHERKOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd 
day of February, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-Five. 




Governor of California 

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California has been blcssod in abundance. Its vast i 
resources am al nost without limit and the moat precious of these 
is its splent'id hurnun rosourco, Tlie talents, Intollicenco and 
enthuslas"' -'' -•• : !-• '- • - this a most favored land. 



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sv. our cuj liu 
Tor the ru'oure. Upon the 
our i(epi't)lit^ in the ycurc 
treiaeiK^ous responsibility 
to the thousands v;ho are 



Misfortune of inn.".- or 
and iris shou.l. ven 

useful , construe „ L . ,, oiti 
ful lives. They, us veil 
to make vital and slit. if! 
profreas anc' dovolopmcnt 



and ;, C'U tn Wfc! have oui* .^'o-itest hope 
:n (depend the stren^^^th and security of 
t.o come. l'ofauf,ie of this vm have a 
to these younj.- peoplt and especially 
crippled ana incapacitated through the 
accident. Physically handicapped boys 
every possible opportunity to becone 
ona capable of leading happy, purpose- 
aa those more fortunate, will be able 
cant contributions to t}ie continuing 
of our State! and Nation. 



The California Society of i;rippled Children and its 
affiliated orijanl/jatlons aro now uonductinf; the annual sale of 
:aster Seals to aecnro funds necessary for the rehabilitation 
jnd education of Ualiloi-nia's cripplod children. Tiiis pro.fram 
dc]'encs heavily upon voluntary contributions to carrj' on its 
worthwlille work. 

To ;i..'.'.3ist in bi'l, l.hls cauipaign to public 

attention, I, uoodwin J. Knit;ht, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim i.arch 13' to April 13, 1955, us EASTrJu S>JAL i:OKTH 
ti-.rouf'.hout i;alifornia and I esi;ccin]ly desimate Saturday, 
A]n'il 2, 1955, as Urlpplnl c'in vlr,.t, t .; Day in our State. I urge 
n:, fellow 'JalSitf'ornians -nerous suijort to the 

^•1' r- r ttoster Seals, t,,.... iv'.i, ... ..x.-jtanco bo tho.se who need 
orve their hel]--. 

I'^l V/ITNf'JSS WUER;J0P, I liave 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the ;reat Seal of 
the State of California 
to be ali'ixed this ll|th 
day of Iiuvch, A. D., One 
Thousand iiine Hundred and 
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Since itn inception baseball bar. symbolized to 
the American people the value of I'rlendly competition, 
fair play, determination to win, and cooperative effort 
to achieve a worthwhile Koal . 

The season of the year has arrvlved which 
traditionally hao been marked by an acceleration of 
public interest in this sport throughout our Nation. In 
school yards, in neighborhood sandlots, and in the train- 
inr camps of professional teams in every section of the 
country younf. men are preparing for active participation 
as players during the monthri ahead. Americans who are 
not able to actively participate personally arc following 
with keen interest the progress and development of their 
favorite teams and players. Parents, teachers and other- 
leaders of youth are working with young people in schools 
and various" org^anlzations to encourage their interest in 
this splendid character-building, national pastime. 

'"ail form a offers outstanding opportunities 
elopment of outstii:idlng teams and players, as 
d by its large number of prol'ess 1 onal , seml- 
1 and amatevir baseball organizations, 
the value of this sport both as a national 
and for Its recreational aspects, I, Goodwin 
Governor of California, proclaim March 19-^o, 
TIONAL BAGi-;tWLL WiiliK in our State and urge my 
fornians to give the fullest possible support 

by attending games and encouraging their 
ams and players. 

IN WITNESS VIHEUmF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this bth 
day of March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 



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i'HOCLAMAT 



MAH8- W55i 
FRANK n, )iRDAN, Sicretiry ill tlili 







In our children and youth America has Its 
greatest resource for itn i'uture preservation and 
strength. Upon their sound development depends the 
continuity of tlio splendid heritage that wc enjoy as 
a free people. 



Accidents in the 
and at school offer an eve 
people. It is a tragic fa 
preventable accidents each 
children than any disease 
accidents. It is Imperati 
others responsible for the 
boys and (tlrls of our Natl 
and encouracie improved saf 
Instruction and by example 



ir homes, on the playgrounds 
r-present threat to our young 
•t that unnecessary and 

year kill or malm more 
and even more than traffic 
ve that parents, teachers and 

safety and guidance of the 
on recognize these dangers 
ety practices both by 



To emphasl?;e the 
intensified protection and 
matters of personal safety 
Governor of California, he 
lyb)b, as CHILD SAFiiTY WKtiK 
Callfornians to join in an 
hazards to safety as possl 
amonr the boys and girls o 
reduced in the future. 



need for continuing and 
education of children In 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
reby proclaim April 17-23, 
in this State. I urge all 
effort to eliminate as many 
ble so that the terrible toll 
f America will be materially 




IN WlTNtiSS WHiiREOP, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 8th day of 
March, A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-five. 

Governor «f Callfoi/tiia 
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3rjrc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



olxty-l'lvo yearo ago, representatives of 18 
American nations met at Washington, D.C., for the first 
International Conference of American States. At that 
session a permanent organization was established to 

-,mnnr'^l'i ■'!';' ^^^'^^'l^\'^<- com.ncTcIal and general information 
among all the republics, and so not only foster th- 
exchange of trade but remove the great Ignorance of each 
other whioli existed among their respective peoples." 
Known today as tlie Organization of American States, this 
association of nations of the western world is dedicated 
to peace, freedom and justice. 

With the bonds of a common heritage, Californians 
have a special Interest in the preservation of goodwUl and 

Sta?o nl'^.r'^ °"'' "f !r'^^'°^''^ ^° ^^^ ^°^th. Throughout our 
btatt, place names and local customs reflect the Hispanic- 
American inl luences upon Its progress and development. Our 
ellow citxzens of Latin American ancestry form a vitally 

Son' ?n th^i "i\°'T P^°P^"' '"^'^^"^ substantial contribu- 
tiono to the continuln;-; progress of our State and Nation. 

H>:cogn!zlng the Importance of friendship and 
understanding between our Hepubllc and our friends in the 
western nemisphcre, 1, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
^rtho^'hlM' V"}"^' Fr°^l^^'" April m, igr,.,, the anniversary 
',. ^ ^Ibtorlc Washington conference, as PAN-AMliHlCAN DAY 

w?th L^^ ""''^ V''^''' ^''^^ ^■^'' f^^^^f^l^ °^ California Join 
wl h "^^^ i",f°"veying our most cordial greetings and best 
wJL,hes to the people of all American nations. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this l6th 
day of March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty -five. 




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PHOCLAMATION 



Statistics reveal that one of every four Americans are 
present or potential victims of cancer. The American Cancer 
Society reports that one-fourth of those stricken are being saved 
throuGh early detection and modern medical techniques. It is 
I estimated that twice that number could be saved if every case of 
cancer were to be discovered and treated promptly. 

There are 49 branches and committees of the American 
Cancer Society throut:;hout California servint;, 99 per cent of its 
population. In addition, cancer research projects are being 
conducted at a score or more California colleges, universities 
and hospitals developing new and Improved treatments and cures 
i'or this dreaded scourge. 

ThroUi';h all these activities, the American Cancer 
Society is carrying on a determined crusade against cancer. The 
i attack Is beln^': pressed on a number of fronts — research, public 
and professional education, and service to the patients. The 
men and women engaged In this great humanitarian effort depend 
upon voluntary contributions for financial support. At least 
40 per cent of all money contributed to the American Cancer 
Society remains in the locality where it is collected to support 
community programs of cancer control. 

To aid the society In its continuing battle against an 
uncompromising killer, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, proclaim April, I'-Jb'j, as CANCER CONTROL MONTH 
throughout our State. I urge all Callfornians to support this 
campaign as /-.encrously as possible and to take advantage of ohe 
life-saving opportunities offered by the programs of the American 
Cancer Society. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 2£;nd day 
of March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 




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FHOCLAMATION 



To millions of pcoF^le throughout a troubled 
world, the message of Calvary symbolizes a wonderful 
heritage of hope. The solemn commemoration of the 
Crucifixion of the Son of Man on Good Friday is a vibrant 
reminder of tne power of faith and hope in tne face of 
seemingly overwhelming diacouracement. At 
history of humanity has there been fjreater 
hope that richteousnests, justice and peace 
prevail . 



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need for the 
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ge the gentle auth 
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perished and many 
e, their mundane p 
buried under the 
trength they have 
hority personified 
ersal peace based 
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ul empires have often risen 
ority of the Cross of Christ 

a half centuries. Most of 
have been forgotten; their 
ower and their vain glory 
ands of time. In spite of 
not been able to resist the 

by Jesus of Nazareth whicn 
upon the will of God and 

mutual respect and good will, 



In re^verent contemplation of these things, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, urge that all 
Callfornlans oV Christian faith observe the hours between 
noon and i:UO p.m. on Good Friday, April o, 19'jIj» as a 
time for meditation, prayer and rededication to their 
belief in peace, brotherhood and hope founded upon the 
teachings of their acknowledged Saviour through His 
ministry, death and resurrection. 

IN VilTNiiSS WHaREOF, I have 

hei-eunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th 
day of March, A.D., One 
rhousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty -five. 




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MAR ;i 1955 
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1' H C L A M A T I N 




Throu(j;hout our history as a nation, we have bw.. 
called upon repeatedly to defenu our way of life againsT power- 
iul aegressors and detractors both alien and domestic. Opposed 
to the basic tenets of our )_>;overnment that the individual has an 
( inherent right to liberty. Justice and opportunity with dignity 
and honor is the international communistic conspiracy. 

Ever since the concept of government by force, terror 
reachery had its inception, its adherents have sought 
ete domination of the entire world. While their tactics 
ubject to momentary changes and complete reversals, their 
has remained firmly fixed. May 1 has lon(; stood as a focal 
in the calendar of communism. On that date, its advocates 
held demon;;tratlon3 and celebrations desif.ned to mislead 
copies of the world into surrendering their human 
rlC'it. 



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goal 
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lo help combat this menace to thp continued existence 
of our Republic and all that it stands for, thr Veterans of 
Foreign Wars of the United States have instituted a patriotic 
observance on May 1 eacn year. On that occasion it is urged 
that all Americans strive to acquire broader knowledge and 
aeeper appreciation of the historic greatness of our nation, 
and that they also become more ramiliar with the serious threat 
cotiuni;nism presents to free people. 



Recognizing 
communism is an alert. 
Governor of California 
LOYALTY DAY throughout 
Californians cooperate 
and that tliey continue 
interest in the civic 
nation to combat tlic e 
free institutions. 




that our most potent weapon against 
Informed citli'.enry, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 

, hereby proclaim May 1, 195^, as 
our State. I urge that my fellow 
fully In the spirit of this observance 
to develop an intelligent, participating 

affairs of their community, state and 

vil forces which are seeking to engulf our 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this bth 
day of April, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 



and KifLy-fivc. 



Governor ol' CMlifornlt 



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FROCLAMA'L'iON 



A system of competitive i'ree enterprise has 
enabled the Amei-ican people to achieve a hJj^her standard of 
living for the individual and f;reater wealth for our Republic 
than has ever been enjoyed by any other nation in human 
nlstory . 

ThroUjjh savings, insurance, home ownership, 
ownerslvi p oi' I'.ecurities, participation In management, and 
other i'orms ol' property ownership we may all share In bene- 
ficial results of this abundance. By individual investment 
in the productive worth of the nation, private property Is 
effectively accumulated. 

Ori lUnatinii in California five years ago. Invest 
in America Week observances have spread throughout tiie 
United States. Sponsored by many leading' civic groups and 
ousiness orcianizat ions, tliis prot';ram emphasizes the impor- 
tance of constructive capitalism to the development and 
security of our nation. 

Comiiuindiiii'; this observance to the attention of 
the people of California, 1, Goodwin J. Knit:,ht, Governor 
of California, hereby proclaim the week of April ^5 through 
May 1, 19'jt>, as INVliST IN AMERICA WliKK in our State. I 
ur);e my fellow Cal! forni ans to avail themselves of the 
opportunities offered to yain j-^reater understanding- of our 
free enterprise economy and Its place in our national life. 

IN WITNESS WHiiKEOF, I have hereuntcj 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this l^th day of April, A. D.,( 
One Ttiousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-five. 





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th. If we bring to the 
ic awareness and dedlca- 
r in the fi^ht against 
Tipplers of humanity 
ally reduce the terrible 
erlng attendant to mental 



women and chlldi ni°unrifr,''f^?"^ ^'^''''^ ^^^ "'ore than 50 ooo m«. 
Mental Hy,,ien.!"1\"Sfrbion au^ho?- 1"^ ''^'^ De^pa'rtment'o?' 

assistance of evervo o^" . ° ^^ '^°"^' however and fh ^ 
Ihornrar^ f"^ community ril-e as Itll It L tl^""^' ^"^ ^'^^^ schools, 

"^"^"^ ^"^ emotional strain. 
,.ental n^ne^tT^^^^^^'^JI^l^l^^^^r., the incidence of 

participation in thf^oz'k o? f," ''^"^^^^^^Cement ?or "reaL^^'nun ^ 
people, I, Goodwin J ?n Vh[ ''"^''"^^"C the mental hJlltn or n, "" 
proclaim M-iv i v i,,. , f'"''» (•overnor of Pniif-^C^ ''<i«iJ.cn of our 
Ma, 1-,, ly^,^ ..^^ ^,^,^,^^^^ Hi^AL'm'wEKK In'o^^'starf ' 




Governor of Callforvfia 



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^iffUtiDf Bcpartinrnt 

^tatc of (Talifornia 



ililUCLAMATlON 



transmit to'Ttrpoa^errty'T^'ti^I'?^' ^ '"^^ ^^^^^^ <=- 
enjoyed, untarnished and undImn1.h^H''°^^''^'^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 
and viijorous determinatlo on Jhl ^ Constant vigilance 
has ever been the n"?.," "f o,,^ ^ part of its citizens 
security. ' '^ °"^ nation's honor and 



tutt 



or our power for pia"c and rnr.'°'^'' ''i^'^ ^''^"^^ deprive us 
stronj^h and knowl odre deoend fhr^'" ^^^'^^'^^ ' Upon their 
United States and aJfthar^t reprl^r^^ntr^'i?" °' '^^ 
fhone who comprise the re/^ular rnf^"^?^'^' t^°'^^' ""^ 
services of the United -^n^i i^H-tlme unirormed 
in reserve cJmponenta and in Ma?r 'Vr'''' ^"^ neighbors 
^eserv.n. of £,..o.i^^ l^^l^l^ an^lubJl^r^r^ect 



r-^v, -t-u . -I'l"- ^^ T.ciu t ve recorn 
i°L?^^t^ P^r_^ .i" ^'^^ protection 



people both !n war-time 



and security of our 



emergency and In peace-time disaster 



th. Unlted'staJL'S recornlz^^n''^" '^^ '^^ President of 
Who have sworn to nrotJct and defpn^ ^^^^^atlons to those 
and national honor T Pooh.h "^^^^"^ o^^- sacred liberty 
California, proclaim Mav???Q:^r- ^"^^''^^ Governor of ^ 
throurhout our ?t-ito T nl' ^-"^A ""^ ^™^ ^O^CES DAY 
display the American 'pia-^S S ^f ?-?\ ^'-^i^^'ornians to 
observances of the occa' Von Jn^h^o^'?^P^*^^ ^" l°<^al 
on that date. ^cca,.xon to the fullest extent possible 



IN WITNESS V.'HEREOP, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 

fi.'f^^'^r"^'"' ^° ^^ affixed 

this 9th day of May, 

A. D., One Thousand'mne 
Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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ATTEST: 



FILED 



Governor of California 
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Secretary (M>^tate 



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3tatc of Caiirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



The selfless sacrifice of the flower of American youth 
has been the price for our national security and for the precious 
blessings of human liberty which are our heritage. On widely 
scattered foreign battlefields and on the high seas, thousands 
of heroic men and women have given their lives and tens of 
thousands more have been seriously disabled so that this 
Republic might continue to live free and strong. 

The American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and 
their auxiliary organizations annually sponsor the public sale 
of colorful artificial poppies to insure that the American 
people will have a" recurring reminder of their abiding obliga- 
tion to our heroic dead. These little flowers eloquently 
express the reverent dedication of the wearer, indicating the 
vitality of the spirit of patriotism that is needed in America 
today just as much as it was in wartime. 

Funds derived from thie sale of these poppies are used 
to help to ease the financial problems of invalided veterans 
and the surviving dependents of our war dead. By giving aid to 
the living victims of our nation's battles we pay the highest 
possible honor to those who did not return. 

We must never become so engrossed in the affairs of 
' today that the lessons of the past become dim, and with this in 
I mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby 
' proclaim May 27 and May 28, 1955, POPPY DAYS throughout our 
I State. I urge my fellow Callfornlans to buy and wear veterans' 
popples as symbols that they are keeping faith by voluntarily 
helping to lighten the burden of those who are still undergoing 
suffering and hardsiiip because of their service to our country 
! during periods of peril. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
l6th day of May, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 



Governor of California 
Secretary o^^^tatt 

FIIIED 





Ptiml*J Im CAIIVOBNI* ITAri rilNTINO OVFtCt 



MAY tiT l955 
fRANK M. J»RI>aN, Secretary Oslc 





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3tatc of dalirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



The manifold blesslnp-.s of liberty and .justice which 
the American peooie enjoy have been purchased at the cost of 
thousands of human lives In hundreds of hard-fought battles 
throughout tiie generations of our national existence. As a 
nation, we have a sacred obligation of Ri-atitude to do homage 
to the memory of the men and women who bravely faced and met 
death that this Hepublic, under God, might thrive free and 
strong. 

In the toil and moil of modern life the past often 
becomes dulled and recollection frequently fades. It is ap- 
propriate that at least one day each year be set aside upon 
which we honor the memory of our heroic dead who have conse- 
crated themselves to their country's greater glory. 

It is also fitting that we extend appreciative recog- 
nition to those who, wounded in the service of our nation, 
must live out their span of years helpless or disabled. These 
men and women, in hospitals and elsewhere, are deserving of 
our most solicitous attention and sympathetic regard. 

Inspired by the spirit of freedom, patriotism and 
devotion which motivated those who gave the last full measure 
of devotion to bequeath us all a legacy of freedom, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight,' Governor of California, proclaim Monday, 
May 30, lyt3':>, as MEMORIAL DAY throughout our state. I urge 
my fellow Californians to Join in prayer and praise for our 
heroic dead on that day, reaffirming a firm determination to 
faithfully protect and defend the free institutions which 
they fought so valiantly to preserve. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2'3th day of 
May, A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-five. 




Governor of Cullfomia 



TEST : 'V^, ,^,c /4.\)il.uc/at 
of State 



Secretary 



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PROCLAMATION 



^.^u.. of California „„Mcrion all teach us that 

truth and IcnowiedEe are the most ^orm ^^^^^^ ^^^ maintain 

-S ^-i kiS ^o.t:£terthe^.i- -.en an. women, 
tyranny invariably a . .v. on in our Republic 

The consistent progress o^/,f ^.f^'the'de^elopment of 

in the prlvliep.t California, 

It is vitally l»'P<"-"'"-^r?f;?tlcientl5 attractive to 
that the teaohlns profession be made |^ffi|^|S Jth the necessity! 
f,Ster%uml>ers "''//-S^SioA o^thfyouth in a rapidly srow- 
?i/S^SreaiS fn\i"Sre»elv complex society. 

in recognition of the ^Znil.f^Z^l^'^^^^'Z 
,nd presenl and XTlT^llT"lli^T'''- T'T,,' \T^ 
^orernorrc^S^S^^p/oclal. Sunday. --Ji-K^ 

r4?^f troica^lo„=r,'pirtLi.itln. the ^J^^r/rr=rtlil,% 
?ent^n public programs "onorlnB "'« '~f for their work and 
oersonally commending malvloual "J°Sate demonstration of 
lerrice, Ld by "therw =e .Iv n. |pP-P „„„,„ .teach our 
ToSnr pSole S Sricln^tradltlons and principles . 

-Tef^y-'Srand^cfu^^^^^^^^^^^ 

^eai of the State of Caiiiornxa 
to be affixed this 31st day of 
May! a! D.! One Thousand Nine 
Hundred ana Fifty-live. ^ 



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Secretary 





^xccutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of Cjlifornij 



PnpCLAMATION 



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thus "proclaim Hhor^t,, Ti, ^ " °^ Independence to 
inhabitants thcieor"^ un fn^'^^r \ ^^^ ^^"'^ ""^° ^11 the 
expresslSn to Amo?i<:an dl^nitJ-^ani'H r^'"Pii<="y, giving 
document was ba?ed on neJ-Kor^t^?, J^^'^^^^^tlon, this 
en an appeal to divine .fun^IJe! "°'' P^^^^^^"^ but 

By thia act the r 
at the birth of an independ 
which har. grown to a proat 
occasion they sot in motion 
against tyranny and oppres 
which they asst^rted were e 
been maintained by cterna] 
willingness on the part of 
life and comfort if necessa 



ounders of our nation officiated 
ont republic, planting a seed 
world power. On that historic 
a tireless, relentless force 

^°k!"u''^^''^ ^^°™- The rights 
tdbiished under God and have 
vigilance and undevlatlng 
the American people to sacrifice 

has been coii^iemoratSd^asTdarof'de??' '"'' anniversary 
ab.X?^?^i?f rJ°^^'""-^ P-^iotii^TSi^on"^^S,t. 
ablf rfgits'wh ch°?re"ul^TasK IVT. '"'?^'^"^' '-'^- 

|nS-^ui-f;-.-^r^ S 

asking the blesRlng<>, of' Al nw hv,', f- ''^'"^'^iction was offered 
I urpe an rn^l,^ . Almighty God upon the new nation 

divine endownlents and oJ^nd^JJdCa? reLn" ^?""'^ °' ^"^ 
servo ana protoct our °p i ondir'nfLna^r.l^^^t'ase. '° ^^^- 

WITNEF.S WHEREOF, T have hereunto 

-oh"'^..''^.'^ ^"^^ ^^^^ed the Great 
..eal ol the State of Calil-ornia 
to bo ai fixed this 29th day of 
June, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-five 




Governor of California 

d 

Secretary of State. 






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FRANK M, mm. Se«r,Ui» ct S««U. 




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^xcnitiiic Bcportmcnt 

5>t.uc of California 



Tlirough action by the Continental Congress on 
January ik, 1777, the basic design for our present National 
Emblem was brought into beinc- Since that fateful dav during 
our War for Independence, the dominion of our Flag has been 
e-.tended westward from the Allantic to the shores of the mighty 
Pacific. 

The Stars and Stripes have become a vibrant symbol of 
human dignity and a force I'or Justice throughout the world. The 
American Fla.^ has brought hope, courage, and determination into 
the liearts of millions. The mission of our Flag is to champion 
the cause of Justice and to spread liberty, enlightenmert, and 
happiness for all our people. Thousands have given the5 • lives 
in countless battles to preserve i.hc tioiior ana C-l-ory of -ur 
Flag and all that it stands for. It has served as an ever 
present reminder to the American people that freedom so valiant- 
ly won c-jn he maintained only with vigor and vigilance. 

To aaslsL in the various patriotic programs designed 
to Increase public awareness of the sacred symbolism of our 
Star Spangled Banner, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, proclaim Tuesday, June 1^), lO^j^, as FLAG DAY In 
our State. I irge my fellow citizens to'display our National 
Emblem Ir, an appropriately reverent manner in nubile buildings 
homes, and commercial establishments throughout California ' 
This practice could well be extended to Include not only slgni- 
t leant patriotic holidays but also to serve as a daily reminder 
of the power and glory of our HepubJlc and the blessings we all 
enjoy under its protection. In this manner we will be giving 
visible demonstration of complete allegiance to our beloved 
nation. 

IN WITNESS WTTEREOP, I have hereunto 

yet my iiand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th day of 
June, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty- five. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST ; 



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i^xtcutttic Bcpartiiicnt 

State of (California 






P U C L A M A T I N 



Mechanization has brought to agriculture greater 
efficiency, better production and improved working conditions 
for fanners and farm families. In addition, it has also in- 
creased the dangers from potential accidents and the need 
for safe working practices on the part of those employed on 
farms and ranches. 

The Hed Cross, the Farm Bureau, the Grange, 4-H 
Clubs, Future Farmers of America, the National Safety Council 
and other organizations are exerting every possible effort to 
minimize, with tlic help of government agencies, the hazards 
of farm operations through extensive programs of Information 
and cooperative activity. With proper care and observance 
of safety rules, the annual toll of crippling and killing 
accidents can be substantially reduced. 



Human 
resource and to 
of our State, I 
hereby proclaim 
WEEK. I urge a 
eliminating the 
assure the full 
out the year as 



ity represents California's greatest natural 

encourage its conservation in the rural areas 
, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 

the week of July ?n, 1955, as FARM SAFETY 
11 concerned exercise care and diligence in 

inanimate and human causes of accidents to 
est protection of person and property through- 

wcil as during the period of this observance. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Groat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
1st day of July, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 




Governor of California 



Secretaryi;^3f State 



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3tart of California 



PHOCLAMATION 



The third anniversary of "Operation Skywatch," the 
popular term for the function of the United States Air Force's 
Civilian Ground Observer Corps, will be observed July lU, 1955. 
This will mark another important milestone in the proud history 
of this patriotic and unselfish body of men and women who 
continue to play a key role in our national defense. 

Development of long ran^^e bombers and devastating 
aerial weapons has shaken our complacency about the need for 
an effective air defense. To meet this threat Ihe full might 
of the Continental Air Defense Conuiiand is constantly on the 
alert against attack, and the Strategic Air Command stands 
ready to deal crippling blows to the enemy who seeks to destroy 
us. To give advance warning to these powerful arms of the 
Air Force we have a vast system of radar outposts. But even 
this electronic guardian lias Its limitations. To make air 
defense effective requires the unflag-ging services of gi'ound 
observers to scan the skies in tliose areas where the radar 
network functions imperfectly, Tiielrs is an unheralded and 
often monotonous task but they proudly carry out their duties 
knowing tuat never in the past have American citizens been asked 
to assu-.e such a vital duty in preserving our national defense. 

To give grateful recognition to the thousands of 
conscientious Americans serving in the Civilian Ground Observer 
Corps and to direct public attention to the continuing need for 
additional volunteers, I, Goodwin J, Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim the period of July 11-17, 1955, 
as GKOUha) ObSEHVER CORPS WEEK in our State, and I urge the 
people of California to Join and support this program which is 
BO essential to a well-balanced, effective air defense system, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 5th day of 
July, A.D,, One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Five, 




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Governor of California 



Secretary o<r ^tate 

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'. Goveruor of Ca^fornia, 
special election shall 

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' ^^^1 t^ie vacancy 
■<i Dictr.lct 
Ijlyi.ian Don Hobble. 
'■^''-^ i002 of ti.e Election. 
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-^3s any of the 
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onded for the 
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$tDtc of California 



FROCLAMAT 



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WHiiRKAS, certain employee: 
and of the Dnlvornlty of California 
Employees' Retirement System; and 



.V" ■. ^rJi.S, the Conp:ref5n of the United States has enaotrfi 
legislation extending the opportunity for coverage under the Old 
Are and Survivors Insurance Hroirram embodied In the Social 
Security Act to employees of States and the political subdivi- 
sions thereof who are covered by existing retirement systems; and 



of the State of California 
arc now covered by the State 



VvHKREAS, the Board of Administration of the State 
Kmployees' Retirement System has fixed the date of the referendum 
as November I, lQt=.S, with the ballotlnp; to he concluded bv 
November 2^, 195S, both dates inclusive, to determine whether 
such employees desire coveraj^'c under the Old Ape and Survivors 
Insurance Program: 

NOW THliKKKORR, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the 
Svate 01' California, do hereby proclaim, and notice is hereby 
r'ven, as of Aur-.ust 1, 19^3, that a referendum shall be held' in 
conformity with Article '^, Chapter L', Fart H, Division 5, Title 2j 
of the Government Code, and Section 218(d) of the Social Security 
Act, amont-; employees of the State of California and the Universitj 
of California who are members of the State Employees' Retirement 
System; said referendum to be held November 1, 1955, and to be 
restricted to elijable employees, with balloting to be concluded 
not later than November 25, 195^1 . 



follow; 



The ouestlon to be voted upon in the referendum will be 



Shall eligible State and University members of the 
State Employees' Retirement System have extended to 
them the provisions of the Old Age and Survivors 
Insurance proitram embodied in the Social Security 
Act, with coverage under such proRram effective 
January 1, 1955, and with the modifications in the 
State limployees' Retirement Law as provided in 
Chapter 1440, Statutes of 1955? 



I HKiiEBY DESIGNATE the Board of Administration of the 
State Employees' Retirement System as the State 
vise the referendum referred to herein. 



agency to super- 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th day of 
July, A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-five. 

Governor of California 
'ATTEST: ^^^ ^^^^ 

Secretary o/'iti\z 

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Since the davm of the age of flight California 

I.as made Increasingly Important contributions to the air 

might of our Nation until today it stands in the forefront 
of all States in tills respect. 

Climate, availability ol' skilled manpower and the 
enterprising spirit of Californians in developing new in- 
dustries have combined to make our State the principal 
producing area of tlie air age. The products of our air- 
craft plants girdle the globe in commercial and military 
service and set a standard wiiich the manufacturers of other 
nations seek to equal . 

There is no liitiit to the future of aviation and 
its multitude of associated Industries. Our iiighly sicllled 
technicians are pushing onward to new fi'ontiers in their 
quest to strengthen American security through airpower. 
Guided missiles, electronic computers and a host of other 
Devices and weapons conceived by California scientists, 
produced by California plants, and tested at Air Force 
and Navy research and development facilities in our State 
are adding nev; power each day to our air defense. 

No single group lias done more to stimulate de- 
velopment of military aviation and the United States Air 
Force than the Air Force Association which will hold its 
9th Annual Convention this year in San Francisco. In 
recognition of the untiring efforts of this patriotic and 
purposeful body to eniiancr United States airpower, I, 
Goodwir. J. Knight, Governor of California, do hereby pro- 
claim trie period August 8 through August l4, 1955, as 
AIRPOWER WEEK in California. I urge that during this 
week all Californians give recognition to the advancement 
of aviation and the contributions wliich our State has made 
to progress in the air age. 

IN WITNESS WHElffiOF, I have hereunto 
sot my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th day of 
July, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-five. 




"TEST : 



Goveriior o^Californ^ 
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^tatt of California 



JUL2'.M95E 

FfiANK H JORDAN. S«cr«ldiy «t Stale 
PROCLAMAT ^s^^/lt,^ uX^,, (ix4_ 

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since Itc; Inception baseball has been closely 
assoclatccj with the multiple and varied facets of what lias 
become recocnlzecl as the American way of life. Whether it 
is a cross-roads hamlet or a tcemlntj metropolis, every com- 
munity in the nation has its ardent baseball fans. 

'I'hls sport offers to the youth of our land many 
excellent opportunities for the development of constructive 
citizenship. Throuch participation young people learn the 
value of cooperative action and the necessity of aggressively 
mcotinc determined competition. The positive qualities of 
success are effectively taught through this popular pastime. 
The ability to accept discipline, the capacity to meet de- 
feat and try again, the need for being individually alert 
and patient are all developed on the baseball diamond. 

Numerous wortliwhile programs to encourage the 
youth of America to become actively Interested in baseball 
are helping to insure that thousands of youngsters who want 
to play are given a chance to do so. Notable among these 
is American Legion Junior Baseball. During the recent 
session of the California State Legislature, a resolution 
was passed calling upon the Governor to declare a special 
observance in lionor of the Legion's teen-age baseball com- 
petition. 

Complying with this legislative action and In 
recognition of the splendid contribution this program has 
made toward making the boys of America better and happier 
citizens, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby proclaim Saturday, August o, \'fyj, as AMERICAN 
LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL DAY throughout California. I urge 
my fellow Callfornlans to give the fullest possible en- 
couragement and active support to the young players and 
their sponsors throughout the baseball season as well as 
on that date. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th day of 
July, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-five. 





EST: 



Governor of californi^ 



^iZ^^ic<i^, A(>i/t^ty^ 



Secretary wr State 



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FILED 

In th« offir# of tK« 9«rr»tOrv •' ItmH 
«f Ihf S*(lt« «l CoHfornId 

AUG 1 - 1955i:3 
fRANK H, iQROAM, SecreUiy uj ^i«K 



^xccutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^catc of California 



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The i'uuure strongtli and security of our Republic 
depends upon the extent to which Its children are given 
opportunities to develop sound Individual and community 
attitudes consistent wltii our splendid heritage as a free 
people. Every adult has a responsibility to be alert to 
and to participate in determinlnc the educational goals of 
our schools. To appropriately discharge this obligation, 
extensive Icnowledge Is needed for individuals to be ade- 
quately Inforniod on educational programs and procedures. 

For several decades Parents and Teachers Associ- 
ations have been extremely effective in providing leadership 
and initiative in developing community consciousness of the 
manifold complex problems Involved in the care, protection, 
education and ruldancc of our boys and girls. Firm in 
principle yet flexible in meeting constantly changing 
social conditions, the PTA movement has utilized the com- 
bined vision, experience and determination of parents, 
teachers and other friends of youth to form a powerful 
instrument for positive, progressive public service In 
thousands of coinmunities tnroughout our State and Nation. 

The Parents and Teachers organization, oecause it 
is broadly rcprcsentativo In the scope of Its membership, 
is potentially one of the most influential groups in com- 
munity development. Its roots are generally deep in the 
areas where its units are active. The effectiveness of 
such an organization is heavily contingent upon extensive 

this in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
proclaim the week of October 2-8, 

I urge my 
with the out- 
Parents and 






public support and with 

Governor of California, 

1955, as PA RENT -TEA CHER WEEK in our State. 

fellow Oaiifoi-nians to become more familiar 

standing v;ork of the California Congress of 



Teachers and its local affiliates, and that wherever 
possible they become members, actively participating in 
•J\\c various worthwlille programs on behalf of the boys and 
girls of California carried on under the auspices of the 

PTA. 



WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
tlie Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 29th day of July, A.D., 
One Tiiousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-five. 




1 J(.. /Zo^.^.^^.'^j^ 

rn«r of CallfonMa 



Secretary of State 



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state Falr'SS'Sositio,l'"oSv ?nd^ r 'f^^^^'^ ^P^^"^" 
out our State have consi-f onf^., ^ '^? ^ii"trlct fairs throuKh- 
dcvelopmcnt of California foiLr^''^^^ ^'^^ Srowth and^ 
approximately rour-n?J v lo?^i"p^ni^,^?° ^'^^^^ ' ^t the 
visliorL. may view dlsnlav^nr m P'^''"^""°> rcGldenta and 
industrial U'^en ILytf Llliid.^/''^^"'' ^"^^"^^ ^"^ 
'^ntire commonwealth. ^"^^ividual communities and of our 

contrlbutermSch'trimprov'e'l'Jini'" "]? "^^^*^ ^air-have 
standard, of Production Syprovldfn^°""^'l?"" ^"^ '^^e^^^^ 
the exchange of knowledrn ^^r ! ^^ o.xcellent media for 
incentive throucl compeUtlon^'^TJ'°" "' Products and 
are offered a concise nomnS,* ^^ °"^ various fairs we 
a picture of the nre^en^ Lnf ^"^^''^ ''^^^^'^ oV the pa^t 

future. By cncour^Inf the'actlvr"""'. [°^^^^^^ °^ 'hf ' 
people, our fairs hei n * i active participation of vounrr 

blc elti::ennh?p'^L esLiuS'^^H ^ ^^'^^^"""y of rLpoLi- 
securlty of our Republic ^^'^ contlnulne strength and 

and Of tne'eSoul'lJSunt; Ind^Sl^J.SJ^Sr^^;^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ 
State to our way of life T r-^^lf I' ^^^^^ throuchout our 
California, hereby proclaim' c^omik" ^^ knight. Governor of 

M m California. 'ru?ccmy'feT?ow \"J?' '-'5, as FAIR 
thing possible to suppor thoL , ?, citizens to do evcrv- 
progress and culture ^S addTt , ^'''"^x^^^'^"^ °^ Califor^S^ 
that their State F^r wiU^bc haJJnZ-r"''"^ ^^^ CallfornlL- 
Sacranento durliir thii- t■^tr. t T ^^S^ -^^.s annual showjnF at 

and entertalnmennt?iac\'?onrcoS5^1tr%H''^ ^^"-^^^^^ 
or^an our people, regardless o?Tg%"^of ec^°n^;;i%\^S--3^ 

IN WITNEGS milliLOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused tJeSJeat 
Seal of the state of California 
Au° t%''rn'' ^""'^ ^7th day Of 



Governor of Calif or 




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$xcnitiV)c Bcpartmcnt 

^tatt of California 



PROCLAMATION 



IL iiac become customary in coiiimunlties throughout 
California i'or Ivandrcds of public service organizations, 
dependent upon voluntary public support, to annually con- 
duct Joint financial campalenc on behalf of tlieir various 
programs and projects. 

In this manner, many woi'tiiv;hile h.ealth, welfare, 
recreational and youth oi'c^ni?:ations derive funds required 
for operation and expansion. Several of these associations 
provide for the care and adoption of homeless children 
while othei-s cive aid to needy families in maintaining 
unity and security in times of stress. Contributions 
frequently assist the pliysically handicapped to acquire 
useful skills and to realize a happier, fuller life. 
Numerous oi^canisations for younc people derive substantial 
benefit from money raised in this manner and through these 
groups the youth of our State receive valuable training in 
becomJnr well adjusted, self-reliant and responsible citizens, 



Extend 
interests of the 
of California, p 
195'j), as COMMUNI 
I urge the peopl 
ance to thair fr 
time and talents 
carry on tlie man 
sented. 



ing recognition to the common efforts and 
se groups, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
reclaim September, October and November, 
;TY CHEST AND UNITED FUND TIME in California, 
e of our State to extend all possible assist- 
lends and neighbors who are giving their 
to raise the funds so vitally needed to 
ifold humanitarian and civic causes repre- 




IN VJITNESS WHEREOF, I iiave hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 17th day of 
August, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
iundrcd and Fifty- five. 



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J V'^yi^^t-'O^'^-^C^ 



Governor of California 



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Secretary dt Ztatu 



AUG I 1 1955 



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^xcnititic department 

^tatc of California 

SPECIAL ELECTION PROC LAMATION 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of Caiifornla. do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be 
held on Tuesday, the eighth day ol' November, lybt*, within the 
thirty-lirst Senatorial District of the State, consisting of the 
County of Santa Barbara, to fill the vacancy In the office of 
State Senator from said District resulting from the death of 
Senator Clarence C. Ward. 

A3 required by Section i002 of the Elections Code, 
I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid 
until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches 
the stun of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEKEOK, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of Calilomia to be affixed 
hereto this ^'^nd day of Au>.':ust, 19'?^. 




Secretary of State 



FvTlZED 

•f th* atcff of CoHfcnt* 

AUG 2 :.' 1955 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of Slate 



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^xccuriuc ©cpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



September 24, 1955, will mark the 200th anniversary 
oV the birth of John Marnhnll of Virginia, fourth Chief 
Juatice of the United Stateo. To assure appropriate public 
recognition of the life and public services of this great 
American, a federal commission has been created by Congress 
to sponsor cormnemoratlve programs throughout the nation. 
The chairman oV tliis commission is the incumbent Chief 
Justice of the United Stater, and our distinguished fellow 
Callfornlan, the Honorable Earl Warren. 

During his 3^ years as presiding Justice of our 
nation':; highest court, John Marshall made countless contri- 
butions to the integrity of our federal Judiciary' and to the 
glorious heritage of our national government. His inherent 
wisdom, his natural dignity and his undeviating devotion to 
duty In the formative years of our Republic provided succeed- 
ing generations wluh a rich and perpetta] tierltage of 
patriotic pride. 

Giving the widest possible encouragement to public 
observance of the blrtliday of this exemplary American jurist, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of Cali,fornla, proclaim 
September, 1955, as JOHN MAHIIHALL BICENTENNIAL MONTH In 
our State. I urge my fellow Callfornlans to take advantage 
of this opportunity to increase their knowledge and appreci- 
ation of the i Ife and work of this leader among the 
architects of our federal union. 

WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd day of 
August, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
liundred and Fifty-five. 




Governor of California 



Ay/<t.t 



Secretary 




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state 



FIIZED 

In ifi« offfe e' '^f ?»• r»*ory of Stat* 

AUG :? :.> 1955 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Seccelary ot State 



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^ ^ FRANK M. J05>AN, kueurv ((I itite 

^jccutitic ©cpartincnt 

c> r ^ , r P R C L A M A T Bt, 

Our Federal Constitution, since its inception, 
has provided guidance and inspiration to all who have 
faith in tlie inherent worth and dignity of mankind. In 
it arc enunciated tlie fundamental doctrines by which the 
people of the United States tiave governed themselves for 
168 years. Under its protection our Republic was con- 
ceived and has grown to become the most powerful nation 
in the history of hiomanity. Within it are embodied the 
guarantees that every citizen who owes allegiance to the 
United States shall enjoy equal riglits to protection under 
and participation in tlielr own government. 

For generations men and women of distant lands 
in their "yearning to breathe free" have sought hope and 
haven under the protective might of our Constitution. 
These people have joined others to whom the privileges 
of American citizenship constitute a sacred birthright 
and heritage. Together they have made this land of the 
free a nagniflcont, vibrant and vital monument to indi- 
vidual initiative, personal responsibility and human 
freedom under law. 

As a tribute to all true, loyal and dedicated 
Americans, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
proclaim the period of September 11 through September 24, 
19bi'j, as AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP WEEKS throughout our State, 
and I further proclaim Saturday, September 17, 1955. as 
CONSTITUTION DAY. I urge my fellow Callfornlans to give 
their fullest cooperation and support to such programs as 

I Am An American Day," "Citizenship Days" and similar 
observances designed to increase and encourage the 
patriotic devotion of the American people to their 
wonderful heritage. In addition, I suggest that all 
Americans, natural Ir.ed and native, offer prayers of 
thanksgiving, each after iiis or her own faith, for the 
manifold bloissingu wliich wc all share, at the same time 
renewing our determination to maintain this as a sovereign 
secure and indc>pcndent nation. ' 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st day of 
September, A.D., One Thousand 
le Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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Governor of Callfornl^ 



Secretar^ii>6f State 



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FILED 

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Of tS« Stcf* of Callfttrnl« 



^xcnitivic Bcpartment 

3t3tc of £aliforiiJj 



SEP 2 -1955 

fRASK M. JORDAN, Secretary c( Slafe 



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SPECIAL lil.KCTION PROGLAMATION 




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tlnp' from the dnat-.h 



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" Calirornla, 
• : ' .peclal election nhal] 

December, 195^5, 
-natorl-ii Dl ' ■ of the State, consisting 
■■ ■ ■. and Plumas, to fill the 
Senator from said Dlntrict 
ator Dale C. Williams. 
•^ loop of tho Kleotlonr. 

■ hundred dollars for the 
-; !• who violates any of the 
Electlonr. Code; the rewards 
paid until tho total amount hereafter expended for the 
•hr-r thv' sum of ton thousand dollars. 

■'I'MliSS V/HERKO' hereunto set my hand and 

:ed the Great Seal cT the State of California to be affixed 
tn thl:: ?r:d day of September, 1955. 



• .lone of Division XIV 



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Governor c/ 



ATTFIST: ^^ 

Secretary 




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^tm of California 



FILED 

SEP 2 -1955 i 
FRANK H,;JOROAM, Secri,ta.vjlJ||it« 







sr'^ciAT. F.I?:cTIO^? proclamation 

T. OOODVfTN J. !■^^■'T0!!•■. ■' -crnor ' ■ -.,-tn. 

■ ■ ■ -tlon r.hall 
' . ' ' -'.th day of December, 1955> 

' -hi-.i; A:'somb]. ' ' ' * ate , consisting 

■ Sacramento, to '" ' 'le vacancy In the 
•imbJymon fror, district resulting 



V^'0':r\ thi- TT-I rnatlon o 



1 convict J,' 



V-:rovin! • 
to be pall 



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blyman CJordon A. F]eury. 
I ■ _. Klectlons 

,;..,)».,^,-i H.^^^•.K.,. <'or the 

■-•'.:.ov. \-i\\2 violates any of the 
■' the Elefitions Code; the rewardr. 
1 unt hereafter expended for the 
M thousand dollars. 
IN WITNEr.f WliKRF.OP, I have hereunto set my hand and 

■ t .' California to be affixed 



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^tatt af California 



FILED 

SEP(i- 1955 
FRANK H. JORDAN, Swrelary of 

ORDERS, !tUI£3 A^fD REGULATIONS 

mOMULGATKD BY TIE GOVUtriOR 

TO TAKE EFJ'liCT UPON 

THE EXISTEXS OF A STATE OF EXTRtuME EMmOENCY 

AS A RESULT OF 

AN ATTACK UPON TyllS STATE BY THE USE OF ATOMIC WEAPONS OR 

TiE ISSUANCE BY THE liTESTcSlM AIR DEFi.NSE TORCE OF AN 
ALERT WARNING INBICATil-W TUM AN ElffiMY ATTACK 13 FROBABI£ 



vniiiRiiAS, Section 150^.5 of the Military and Veterans 
Code provl'Ioa: 

"A 'state of extrame emergency' exists iimaodiately 
an J vdthout a proclamation thereof by the Sovarnor 
whenever this State is attacked by an enemy of the 
United States by tho use of atoiidc weapons or upon 
the issuance by the Western Air Defense Force of 
an alsrt warnini^ Lndlcatinc that an enemy attack 
is probable, of which alert wamine the Governor's 
Office has boon notified. . . ."} and 

\iniEPjiAS, Section 1$35.1 of the Military and Veterans 
Code provides! 

"The Governor may make, amend, and rescind the 
necessary orders, rules, and regulations to carry 
out the provisions of this chapter with due con- 
sideration of the plans of the Federal Govem-iient- 
. . . Any orders, rules, and regulations, or 
amondinonts or rescisions thereof, made in the ab- 
sence of a pei-iod of a state of extreme emergency 
shall be in writing, shall bo exonpt from the pro- 
visions of tho Administrative Procedure Act . . •» 
but shall bo subject to tho approval of the Dis- 
aster Council, and shall take effect immediately 
upon such approval. 



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NOV/, THERETORE, I, GOODVJIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of tlie powers and authority 
vested in no by the Constitution and laws of this State and in 
accorianco witii the provirsions of Section l'^3'^.l of the Mili- 
tary and Veterans Code, do heroby promulcatQ, issue and estab- 
lish the following orders, rules and regulations, which are 
considered necessary for the protection of life and property 
during the period of such a State of Extreme Emergency: 



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^xcniritic Bcpartmcnt 

^tatt of California 



ORCEl NO. 1 



IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all orders, rules and 
regulations issued pursuant to the State of Extreme Energensjy 
shnll bo conaocutively nuifiborod, shall tako effect upon their 
issuanco, and ahall romain in full force and effect during the 
period of the State of Extrome Emorgoncy and until the decla- 
ration of tormina ti on of tho State of Extron» Emergency, ex- 
cept when tormnated prior thereto by the specific provisions 
of any such order, rule or regulation. 



ORDER NO. 2 



IT IS {fliREBY OROERE ) that, immediately upon the 
existencG of a 'Jtate of Extreme Emergency by reason of attack 
or by issuance of an alert warning by the Western Air Defense 
Force, all political subdivisions of the State will imniedi- 
ately sound tho indicated warning signal. The State Director 
of Civil Ueren:?e is hereby ilirected to prescribe the warning 
signals necessary to effectuate this action. 



CSIDER NO. 3 



IT 13 HEREBY ORDERED that evacuation, voluntary or 
involuntary, shall be deternrinod by local constituted author- 
ity or at the direction of tho Governor or of tho military 
forces. Local constituted officials, with tiie assistance of 
tho State, uhail carry out and control tho movement of people 
in such inanner as to assure all possible protection to the 
health, safety and welfare of tho evacuees. 



ORDEI'. NO. k 



WHEREAS, Section 1!?18.2 of the Military and Veterans 
Code provides: 



". . In addition to tho powers herein designated, 
the Govoraor may delegate any of the powers vested 
in him under this chapter to the Director of Civil 
Defense and to tho regional or area coordinators 
appointed by tho Governor except the power to make 
appointments, tho power to fix salaries, the power 
to maloB, amend, and rescind orders, rules, and 
regulations, and the power to proclaim a state of 
oxtromo emergency." 



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3Pxccutit)c department 

State of California 



IT IS lEREBY ORDETiED that the State Director of 
Civil Defense is autliorized and directed to act on behalf of 
the Governor and in the name of tlie State of California in 
implomentint: and oporatiny tho California Civil Defense and 
Disaster Relief Plan, insofar as adherence to such plan of 
operation is adequate to cope with existing conditions within 
the State; and is further authorized to deviate from such plan 
of operation, as directed by the Governor, or to tho extent 
and in such jnannor as he may deem necessary lor the protect^on 
of life, property and resources of or within the State against 
unforesoen circumstances or hazards iriiich, by reason of their 
character or magnitude, are beyond the scope of such plan of 
operation; and 

IT IS riJRTilER ORDEHKD that the State Director of 
Civil Dofonso is authorized to delegate such powers as are 
herein granted, or as authorized under Section 1^18.2 of the 
Ililitaiy and Veterans Code, to the Assistant Director of Civil 
Defense and such other personnel of his staff as he may deem 
necessary, and such Assistant Director or staff personnel may 
act on behalf of and in the name of the State Director of 
Civil Defense in carryinc out any authority so delegated; and 

IT 13 tURTHBR OREftKED that the Hogional Coordinators 
of each of the three (3) Mutual Aid Regions of the State are 
authorized and directed to assume command and control of opera- 
tions within their respective regions in accordance with the 
California Civil Defense and Disaster Relief Plan and the 
regional plans of operation of their respective regions, and 
to implement and overate such plans as they apply to their 
rosoective regions; and are further authorized to deviate from 
such plans as directed by tho State Director of Civil Defense, 
or to the extent and in such manner as the Regional Coordina- 
tor may deem necessary for the protection of life, property 
and resources, of or within his region, against unforeseen 
circumstances or hazards which, by reason of their character 
or magnitude, are beyond the scope of such plans of operation. 

CRDiiR NO. 5 



IT IS IMtiiBY ORDERliD tlvat all State an<l local offi- 
cials, or persons holding posiUons of responsibility in the 
State or in local accredited civil defense and disaster organi- 
zations, and all registered Civil Defense and Disaster Service 
Volimteer Worlosrs, and all unregistered persons impressed into 
service during tho period of the State of Extreme Emergency by 
a person having tho authority to corwiand. the aid of citizens 
in the execution of his duties, are hereby declared to be mem- 
bers of the California Civil Defense and Disaster Corps; and 



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2*tm of daliforiiia 



IT TS fllRTHE?. ORDEKEl) that all officials of local 
political subdivisions of the State vilio perform duties in the 
State Control Center or in ar^jr Regional Control Center, and 
all registered Ci\ril Dofonso and Disaster Service Workers so 
assigned, are hereby declared to bo personnel of the staff of 
the State Office of Civil Dofonso for the period of tlie State 
of iixtremo Emergency; and are subjoct to the direction of the 
Governor, the State Director of Civil Defense, and/or the 
Regional Coordinator of the control center to wliich such per- 
sons are assigned or attached; and 

IT IS l-TJRTlElt OHUliRliD that all officials and regis- 
tered Civil Defense and Disaster Service Workers heretofore 
designated and/or holdinf positions as Chief of Service, Coor- 
dinators, or in any other capacity as staff personnel at State, 
Regional or Ooorational Area levels are hereby declared to be 
personnel of the staff of the SUto Office of Civil Defense. 

CRISK NO. 6 



IT TS HKlffiBY OHDEHED that the California Civil 
Defense and Disaster Relief Plan, originally approved by the 
California State Disaster Council on September 12, 1950; all 
regional plans of ooeration developed thereunder, originally 
approved by the California State Disaster Council on June 23, 
1952; including any amendments to or revisions of such plans 
which have been or may hereafter be approved by the CaUfomia 
State Disaster Council; and the California Disaster and Civil 
Defense Master Mutual Aid Agroemont, executed and approved by 
the Governor on November 1'^,, 1950; togottor with all local 
plans developed thereunder, shall be in full force and effect; 
and 

IT IS FURTHta^ ORDMiED that all manpower, facilities, 
services and resources of or within the State of California 
are subject to order, direction, and service in the operation 
of such plans. 



QRDEK NO. 7 



vniEREAS, Section 159U of the MiUtary and Veterans 
Code provides: 

"During the period of a state of extreme emer- 
gency, every department, commission, agency, 
board, officer and employee of tne State Govern- 
ment and of every political subdivision, county, 
city and county, city, public district and public 



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Start of California 



corporation of or in tMs state is required to 
comply with the lawful rules, regulationc, and 
orders of the Governor mndo or given within the 
limits of his authority as provided for heroin. 
Every such officer or enployeo who refuses or 
wilfully neglects to obey such ^'^^^' J^<^^~, 
tions or orders of tho Governor, or who wilfulJ^ 
•esi-'ts, delays or obsti-ucts the Governor in the 
kscharge of any of his functions her^^f f' ^^ 
Fuilty of a misdenioanor. In tho event that any 
iuch officer or employee shiall refuse or wilful- 
ly neclQct to obey ar^ such rules, regulations 
or ordors, tho Governor may by his order tempo- 
rarily suspend Mm frora the performance of any 
and all the riehts, oblieations and duties of 
his office for the remainder of the period of 
tho state of extreme enerBency, and the Governor 
may thereupon designate the person who shall 
caiiy on ttie rights, obligations and duties of 
the office for the duration of such suspension. 

IT IS raaBBY OROERKD that all persons included in 
any of the above-named subdivisions of government shall^om- 
^ Sth such rules, regulations or orders not inconsistent 
Sh or coll^radicto^ to rulen. x^gulations or o^d^^^ ^^^-J 
bv the Presi.lent of the United States or the armed forces of 
tie Snite" States, as are now or which may hereafter be pro- 
nmlgated by the Governor. 



QRDKK NO. 8 

IT IS HEREBY OIOERED that the governmental functions 
of the State and of every political subdivision thereof, shall 
continue in full force and effect for the protection of lives, 

prS^rty and resoui-ces within their 3fi«<^'=^i°"?,t!?fl1ib 
stituted officials of tho State and of eveiy political sub- 
Svision thereof shall comply with, enforce, and assume the 
rooponsibiUty for implemontinr such rules, regulations or 
orders not inconsistent with or contradictory to rules regu- 
lations or oi-ders issued by the President of the United States 
or the annod forces of tto United States, as are now or may 
hereafter be promulgated hy the Governor, in accor.lance with 
approved plans and procedures. 

CfRDhK NO. 9 



IT IS HEatEBY CHDERKD that, immediately upon the 
existence of a State of Extreme Emergency, the State Plan for 



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^xenititic ©epartmcnt 

locate or (^alirornia 



Proctiremont for Civil Defense Durirv; a State of Extreme 
Emergency becomos effectivo, and those persons designated as 
Deputy State Pui'chasing Af:ents aro authorized to use Civil 
Defense procurement forms in obtaining supplies, equipment, 
and/or services necessary to implement approved civil defense 
and disactor relief plans. 



(Xam. NO, 10 



IT IS HEREBY CfRDERED that, inriediately upon the 
existence of a State of ijctrerae Emergency, all of the holders 
of licenses isnued by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage 
Control sliall close all portions of their establishments de- 
voted to the sale or manufacture of alcoholic beverages. No 
sale of such beverages shall be permitted. 



IN WITIESS VflEREOF, I have hereunto set jny hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 6th day of 
September, 1955. 




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^xccutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMA 



ION 



The zenith of human love Is that of a mother for 
lier child. It is a sublime affection which surpasses 
expression or explanation. Language cannot convey the 
selfless majesty of maternal love. 



history of our 
watched the youth 
and honor of their 
In vain for their 
Their sons and 



At frequent Intervals in the 
Republic, mothers have stood aside and 
of America co forth to del end the life 
beloved nation. Tliousands have waited 
children to return from final victory, 
daughters have given the l&st full measure of devotion 
that the land which their mothers and fathers made for 
them might be free and strong. 

Saluting the valor of these brave, devoted v/omen, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby pro- 
claim Sunday, September 2^, 19b5, GOLD STAR MOTHERS DAY in 
our State. I urge my fellow Californlans to give appreci- 
ative recognition to the sacrifices which have been made 
by the mothers of our heroic dead and to join in prayers 
tiiat their children have not died in vain. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my liand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this l4th day of 
September, A.D., One Thousand 
NinexpHundred and Fifty-Five. 





Governor of California 



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FRANK M./JORDAM, Secretin/ 




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bder the rrcr»lnl<Tn« of 
C^wptop 20, DlTl«l« 3» 
Rdijxkitl'm Cod* 
(iitaU School Bill Wing Aid Bonds ) 



To HoQOPEvblo Chariot 0. Johnson, -taU ftrea«uP«Pi 

rflBHBAiJ, Tl» Stat* Allooatlon ito rd, ty resolutlo* duly and 
rtgulj^ly adopted ths 1st day of U.pt«a*»p, 1955, r«iuest^ ths St«U 
iiohool ft.lldlng Flw.nco Camltt.. to iuttiorlss ths la»sdl*t« Issvwaos 
and ssls of addlticw.1 bonds In ths aKgrs«r*t« --^ v*!* ** »0,000,000 
f «• ths iTupposs f ops^tting « rmd to porovlds aid to school districts of I 

this Stnts, which said r»qii*Bt ws supportsd Iqr * stPt««nt of th* 
apportlonnsnts mde and to b* n»dc undsr CtinpUr 19, OlTislm 3 of «» 

Eduacttion Cods; and 

- n r-viJ, Ihs atnU aohool aiillding Flw.nss Conlttss *t s 
BMtJT^ duly and rsg:ul;'Ply hold on ths Uth day of Usptsobsr, 1955, 
dstsrrdnod that the alo of an .uddltlotwl $30,000,000 prlnolpvl aaount 
of sftld bonds a.itl)nri««S by Clviptsr 20, Dlvislaa 3 of ths Muoatlm Cods 
WKB noosBiwry to w-kn ».ld apportlorHasntB, and adoptsd a pssoltitlon at 
nld nsstlng <» said dats authcrisln« «>^ dlroctlns the Str U Vrmmwtet 
to ppovld* for ths preixiraticB of ths rsqulsits m«bsr of BultabJ* bonds 
•o auth^lsed to bo sold, wad fixing r«i ostormlnln« ths spsslfloitlcais 
' of laid bonds In «U respects ao psqulrs* ^ .^sstlon 79U of ths Kduo«UoB 

I Cod., 

Wow, tlHirefore, I, OOJ...IM J. KHIGJff, QCHTMa^fE V TIB SUIT, (W 
OU.ircit.'IA, h yins Hpiirovod the snld renoLitJon adopted hy the Stat« Sobool 
Building Fintmoe ConElttao, wHiah is attaehsd hs»«to and Bad. a pr^rt hereof. 



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y»vohj dUwct tht you, a« &tt>tm IVemnw, mx- brio i«i 
prL->clpc.l «ount .f b.«d. ooofomln,. to tJi. «T««i^i«.ticn« ^ forth i« «di 
««,lutl«i to th. vi^«t UiAter for »-.h upon *v l*J bl^s. .. «q^»lx^ »V 
13„. arid .d:r.ti n-.l c,ond. to b. .o .ol4 .teU b. C.30/W,0«> 1« ^.*T.«nf 
prlnolp.1 >-o-^-t, de,lfi;v.tod .i«-l.. K Cb.lng s prt of .alii l.«u. of b«K». to 
th- acflr.«r.U :*L-.aipca .»««xt of a85,000,.XX) *«th«l»d ««1 cnnfl*«d ty 
S.«tl -o 16.5 of *rtlolB m of th« Confltltaiilco of th. Stat, of CallfamU 
arui by Chaptor 20, DlTl«ton 3 of th. B<lo.«.-tl« Co<to). f th. d«nc«iw>.ti« 
cr 31.000 «voh, m-hre^ XI to lOn.oOO. both l«clu.lv., «nd rt«iU b. propcrad 
hy you In accorrt..no« vltJ. tl» ,>r'^Tl«i.*i9 of «ld i*i.ol.,tl« -f th. 3t«t« 
■ici^a Dulldlne Flnaro. C<« itt«. T>,. .>roo.»d. of th. *:1. of mu* b«d. 
«d 8«cb aaount a« «.*- t» pnid ^« .ocrwKi lr.t«r«.t Vwr^rn vimll ho d.po.it.d 
to th. i't.t. ^hool l^iildlnti ild r.md In th. Stat. Tr»i»v«nr, *• l*<»»i<W by 

H «ITWSSr> . lOuTBaF, I hov. horwrito oet tv hmd and cru.*» th. 
Ur.ct -.el of tih. nt«t. to ^ affl^ thU J/^ , di^r of S.pt«tow, 1955. 






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orsanlzatioas as the Calirorni./ o . .r ^'""^""g^i ^^^ch 
Proiesslonal Women and its a in;ater'''Jr °'" Buslnecs and 
astlcaliy active in l-i>o^^L^ii 7 , ^' ^''^^ ^^^ enthusl- 
advancement ol oui Sta?e ?enen^lt ' <=""^^^^ ^^d civic 
r.ome communities eeneraliy as well as or their 

constantly''strl?Lf?rde^i' T"" ^" associations they are 
to open new avenues o? D?odn^\M^''°''^'^ business methods, 
serve our precious eoinn^?"^'''' employment and to con- 
progress e^nJ piosperi^v ol ou^'^"''''^' ''°^ ^'^^ continuing 

Both by thelr'exa^Sff Ld brthe?r3c?rf' ^"^ "^ P^^^^^' 
women are makinR olrnillcant ronf^i;:f^? ^'^ Programs, these 
aevelopmenu or more actlvn .^ f ^^^^"^ toward the 
their rellow Can?orn5anI!' ^°"^t™^^ive citizenship among 

public apprecl°Si'S^^L^^^,^f P-tance °^ ^^^"^"6 greater 
professional and public aAaT?- .r °'"^" ^" ^^^ business, 
J. Knight, Governor ol California her.h^''°'^' ^' G°°dwin' 
week of September 2b to October i' ^ll?'^ Proclaim the 
WOMEN'S WEEK throughou? oS S^^te' ?^^' ^s BUSINESS 
people of California extend ^llll' / "^^e that all the 
the many worthwhile accomn^l^hmf.^r^''^! recognition to 
th.e business and proJesSlf wnm!^ ?"^ f^"^ Programs of 
the State. P^oxt-ssional women in all sections of 

IN WI^^SS Wjj^REOP, I Have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of CaliforJlJ 
to be affixed this Ibth day of 

"^neT^""' ^•^•' 0"^ Thousand 
Lne Hundred and Fifty-Pive. 




Governor of Californfii 






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^tatc of (California 



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fRANK M. JORDAH, Secretary clkle 






In 
rated areas 

anxiety and 
accompany a 
property los 
has suffered 
stands, esse 
and prlcsles 



recent weeks 
of California 
devastating ( 
forest fire o 
s, measurable 

the loss of 
ntial element 
s scenic and 



many communities in widely sepa- 
have experienced the frustrating 
conomlc loss which inexorably 
f major proportions. Beside the 

in millions of dollars, our State 
precious and Irreplaceable timber 
s of water and soil conservation, 
recreational attractions. 



This loss — terrible as it is — represents only a 
fraction of the toll, both national and state, which fire 
exacts from the American people. Scores of homos, churches, 
businesses, industrial plants, schools — nearly every type 
of valuable property created or utilized by man — crumble 
each year before the onslaught of this destructive element. 
The appalling annual death and personal injury rate, espe- 
cially among children, resulting from the effects of fire is 
a cause for deep concern in every section of our Republic. 

Extending recognition and support to the manifold 
programs to Incx-ease public awareness of this problem by 
dramatic presentations of the causes and effects of uncon- 
trolled fires on our society, I, Goodwin J. Knlglit, Governor 
of California, proclaim the week of October 9-l!3, 1955, as 
FIRE PliEVENTION WEEK throughout our State. The professional 
and volunteer fire fighters are deserving of the widest 
public commendation In their untiring efforts to prevent or 
minimize the wasteful and unnecessary sacrifice of human 
life and property by fire. I urge my fellow Californians 
to aid them in their efforts by periodically inspecting 
their homes and places of employment to eliminate all 
potential sources of destruction by fire, exorcising extreme 
vigilance and caution in dealing with this menace. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th day of 
September, A.D., One Thousand 
Jlne Hundred and Fifty-Five. 






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35xcnjtitic Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



1 



California today is enjoying the fruits of an 
expanding economy and a manH'oid bounty of natural endow- 
ments, bur State's rapid and consistent growth has provided 
splendid opportunities for men and women with physical disa- 
bilities to give practical demonstration of their willingness 
and capacity to carry their full share of responsibility for 
our continuing progress. 

Numerous business, industrial, agricultural and 
governmental units throughout the State have availed them- 
selves of the training and natural skills of our physically 
handicapped fellow citizens. The contributions these people 
have made and are making to our general economic well-being 
are deserving of public recognition and consideration. 

In furtherance of nation-wide efforts to advance 
the widest possible utilization of handicapped workers in 
gainful emplovmcnt, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, proclaim October 2-8, 19!;t), as EMPLOY TIffi 
PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED WEEK in our State and urge that all 
Californians lend wholehearted support to programs for the 
training and placement of handicapped individuals. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2t)th day of 
oeptember, A.D., One Thousand 
ne Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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Governor of California 



^.'K .o /iiT«t»y^h<>» . 



Secretary^f State 



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State of daliforma 



PROCLAMATION 



The travels and explorations of Juan Rodriguez 
Cabrillo rrom his native Portugal to the place of his death 
on California's coastal San Miguel Island were symbolic of 
the spirit which onened the opportunities of the New World 
to those who would be free to achieve success through their 
own individual initiative and industry. 

Prior to his discovery of California in 15^2, he 
accompanied Narvaez to Mexico, he was with Cortes at the 
capture of Mexico City and participated in the conquest of 
Guatemala. Today the Jocale of his discovery of San Diego 
Bay is appropriately marked by a splendid monument to 
Cabrillo's greatest contribution to history, the scientific 
and painstaking exploration of California's coastline. 

His humane consideration for those who served 
with him and for the natives he found in the area of his 
discoveries, his unselfish courage and personal conduct 
in times of hardship make his life an excellent guide for 
those of our day who aspire to leadership in any worthwhile 
field of endeavor. 

To lend encouragement to public observances com- 
memorative of this intrepid Portuguese sea captain, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby proclaim 
September 28, IQb'-j, CABRILLO DAY, throughout our State, 
that being the anniversary of the first landfall of Juan 
Rodriguez Cubrillo off the coast of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEFiEOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2bth day of 
September, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




Governor of California 
SecretarXor State 



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In rtt« Ciff^r» cf rS» 5i«i rotary of 9tet« 
of ih« S*at« af Coiifbrnia 



SEPr.;K.'4<i>^b"~ ~. ....... .... 

FRANK M. JC«DAN, Secretac/ ct Stale 




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fxccutivic Bcpartiiicnt 

^tatc of ejlifornia 



PROCLAMATION 



rreeaom of the press, explicitly protected by the 
basic law of both our nation and our state, is one ol" the 
most cherished personal liberties of the American people. 
These constitutional guarantees, in addition to assuring 
writers and publishers of their right to full expression, 
also establish the right of ail citizens to know the truth, 
enabling them to intelligently discharge their obligations 
of citizenship. 

Tn the free press of America, the other liberties 
of our people have a vigorous and vigilant champion. In 
newspaper columns freedom of speech, freedom of religion, 
freedom of peaceable assembly and freedom to voice griev- 
ances against authority all have an excellent medium of 
expression. As a private enterprise, exempt from unreason- 
able bureaucratic restraint, newspapers are generally 
responsive to the wishes of their readers and the needs 
of the conununity they serve. 

Worthwhile civic, patriotic and philanthropic 
programs have consistently found their strongest, most 
effective advocates among the newspapers which serve our 
state and nation. In appreciative recognition of the 
manifold services of the men and women who produce and 
circulate the component parts of America's magnificent 
free press, I, Goodwin J, Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby proclaim October 1-8, 195b, as NEWSPAPER WEEK in 
our state. I urge ail Californians to avail themselves 
of the opportunities being offered by the newspapers in 
their home communities to become more familiar with the 
services and problems of their local editors, publishers 
and others engaged in presenting news and interpretative 
comment to all their fellow Americans. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my liand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 24th day of 
September, A.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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FRAHK M. JpRO'^H, SecreUr/ oi State^ 





Governor of California 



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^KfutiDc Bcpartincnt ^^^^" " ^^^^- ^''''''' ^' ^''*' 

;^tatc or Cjliromij 

Since the earliest days of colonial A;; 
people of our nation have been alert to the wisdom and neces- 
sity of providing educational training for their children. 
Upon the Intellif^encc and ability for achievement of our young 
people depends the continuing progress, independence and securi- 
ty of our Republic, 

The establishment and niiintenance of the finest possi- 
ble schools, from primary (grades to post-praduatc collegiate 
facilities, in our State Is an individual responsibility of 
every Caiifornian, as well as the collective obligation of the 
State. The entire subject of education is a matter deserving 
of fne most earnest attention of all citizens. 

Sustained support of sound school programs can only 
be maintained by actively Interested and well informed men and 
women. There is determined competition today between conflict- 
ing ideologies for the minds of men and the very survival of our 
traditional free institutions is at stake. The American school 
is at least as Important a weapon In this struggle as the 
political and military forces of the United States. 

Taking cognizance of the 3S)th annual observance of the 
occasion, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim November o-12, ly^t), as AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK in our 
State. I urge every citizen to maintain active interest and 
participation in the affairs of our schools to the fullest 
possible extent, helping as leaders or advisors to young 
people's organizations, assisting teachers in supervision of 
recreational and cultural extra-curricular activities, and 
lending tiie advantage of specialized knowledge and experience 
toward the solution of the many problems which confront those 
charged with the administration and operation of the dyncimic 
educational facilities of our nation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal 
of the State of California to be 
affixed this 28th day of September, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-Five. 




Governor of California^' 



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Secretary of State 




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FRAHK M. JORO^M, Sectetarv t' 

most ji 
com- I 
and I 
The United Nations 
instrument in the 






Ten years a^o in the City of San Francisco 
of the sovereign nations of the world entered into a 
pact, deslcncd^o brine about international justice 
amity between independent Eoveriiments . 

be given serious regard by all Americans. 

Even the most ardent advocates of the United 
Nations concede that It -'"^"dies certain imperlections 
'pjio same must be said tor any institutions aevisea uy 
minds of men and activated by diametrically divergent 
Soli?ical and economic forces. With awareness oi the 
Cxtremc tensions in the world today, every avenue that 
mav eventually lead to a better, more peaceful relation- 
ship Imon" ail peoples Should be thoroughly and fairly 
tested. 

Caiifornia, with its proximity to the channels 
of world trade, has a vital Interest in world peace and 
%odSiil. As citizens of an Important part ol a member 
naSon of the United Nations, Gallfornians have an obli- 
gation to judiciously and ^i^P^^^f i°"f fj^ ^°"f.{^?^i^'^^„an 
manifold problems and achievements ol this otHcial organ 
o? iur foreign policy. We must keep always in mind that 
this organii^aticn of international cooperation is not 
static but must be constantly adapted to the frequently 
changing needs of the most accelerated and dynamic era 
in human history. 

Acting upon the leadership of our President, 
Dwight D. Eisenhower, and with a fervent desire for world 
n^ace I Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, here- 
Tp^oclalS Sonciay, October'24, Wb'., ^o be UNITED NATIONS 
DAY in our State. I urge my fellow Gallfornians to become 
as fully familiar as possible with the accomplishments and 
oblectives of the United Nations, giving earnest and 
searching appraisal to our nation's membership with a 
view toward the peace, security and national honor ol 
our Hcpublic. 

IN WITNESS WHEliEOF, I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal 
of the State of California to be 
affixed this 30th day of September, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine Hundred 



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Governor of California 



Secretary oH^SjAtc 



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;&tJtc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



Our nation haLs achieved ita present position of 
international power and prestige as a logical consequence 
or our long history as a free, energetic and patriotic 
people. Our leadership amonr, those who believe In the 
Inherent air.nity of mankind, the responsibility ol' the 
individual and human liberty under law has resulted from 
th,e marvelous heritage secured Tor us by the hopes, efforts 
and sacrifices of our forebears. 



Our republic was 
by the virtue, public spiri 
zens. We must Iceep ever be 
American institutions are v 
never permit them to become 
permit them to be subverted 
are found, whatever they ma 
American people to remedy o 



created and has been maintained 
t and intelligence of its citl- 
fore us the knowledge that our 
ibrant and dynamic. We must 
stagnant and we must never 
or diluted. Whenever defects 
y be. It is in the power of the 
r remove them. 



The hopes of the world for freedom and for peace 
without fear rest heavily upon the strength of our beloved 
nation, under the protection of Almighty God. With this 
in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby proclaim Sunday, October 23, 19'3';>, as UNITED STATES 
DAY in our state. I urge all Calif ornlans to appropriately 
observe the occasion by offering prayers of gratitude, and 
by asking Divine Guidance and Protection for themselves 
as citizens and for those whom they have selected to 
positions of public trust in the conduct of their govern- 
ment , 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my tiand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day of 
October, D.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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3^xcrutitit Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of dalifornia 



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FRANK M, JOROAH, S«cre1«ry cf Stale 

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While science, mathematics and mechanics 
occupy dominant roles in modern iivlnr,, we dally 
encounter provocative eviiiences that there are 
truths and values beyond demonstrable proof. The 
yearning of humanity to give adequate expression 
to these Impondcrabies finds many outlets. One of 
the more sit'.nif leant and most widely utilized is 
tiie artistic medium of poetry. 

Where data and statistics fall to give 
, the majestic rhythm of a poem frequently 

nearly convey the warmth and depth of 
lines.' The poet Is often able to find 
Incentive in the world around us, as well 

Innermost hopes, dreams and aspirations 
ty. Whether rlsliir, methodically from the 

an individual ov spontaneously from tlie 
e spirit of an entire people, poetry has 

a source of patriotic inspiration, of 

religious devotion and of new hope for 



substance 
will most 
inner fee 
creative 
as in the 
o"^ human 1 
genius of 
collectiv 
long been 
Increased 
mankind . 



To assist in bringing before the public 
the importance of the poet as a chronicler of 
history and as a recorder of culture, I, Goodwin 
J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby proclaim 
October 1'^, i'-*5!^, as POETl^Y DAY throughout our 
State. 

IN WITNESo WIIERKOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th day of 
October, A.n., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Five. 




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^xcfutiuc Brpartmcnt 

^tjtf of ejdfornia 



PROCLAMATION 



Of our- natJ^n ''?L'hoL !Sai°" '' ^^^^^^ ^-^^d m the homec 
for the ia^ouledge anS TnteniSncrof^'i"''''^ "^^^ ^^^ ^"hool 
shares with relJp.ion reaponslbTl^L r ^^^ People. The home 
and moral consclou.nesn o? the lidLfn'^ fvelopment of faith 
home is a fundamental source of Joval?v^\^ In addition, the 
and peraonal confidence All or fh •^' ^^^otion, cooperation 
to the development of a •st;io^^,?^ii--,^^%^^JJ--e_ essential 

has ProviderworthSMle'^nrSr^.^''^'''^"^^ Homemakers of America 
women of our country irep^Jftp.:^!"'^ ^^^^ '^^IP^d the y^un? 
ahead of them as wives motL.'""''!^^'"'' ^°^ ^he important vvork 
participation, members 'ha;e^aln^.f citizens. Through actlvJ , 
importance of home llfe'L^^gf ^S.^e^'o^J^^^^^^g.^ ^"to the' { 

our way o/ll'/e ;r:%^^X,Tr i^%^n7V' ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ of ' ' 
hereby proclaim Octoh^r^ "n \-w " ^f^ht. Governor of CallfoT-ni=i 
H0MEMAKER3 WEEK ^n'oSr.tate'"^"^^^^^- - W: pi'l^m^' 

vx.rant home and comStrirf:ih?o^lLr\"uV^n^a?io^^--"- 

'" '™fLT''T' ^ ^^-- ^--eunto 
bot y hand and caused the 

r^T?r ■''^f^ "'■ t^^ State of 
(-allfornia to be aff^iyod <-h.- » 

■-thday of October. AD 
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Governor of Callf<^nia 
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Secretary o^ /tate 



FILED 



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;6tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



Our Nation has been consistently fortunate in ' 
attracting men of vision, intelligence and courage to the highest 
elective office within the power of the people to bestow. All 
those who have served as President of the United States have 
left deep and abiding impress upon their period In our Republic's 
progress. 

A few have been distinguished even In this select and , 
august company. These have exerted influence reaching far 
beyond their incumbency and, indeed, for decades beyond their ' 
own lives. Prominent among the achievements of our great Chief 
Executives arc the pliilouophy and accomplishments of our 

I twenty-sixth President, Theodore Roosevelt. He was an out- 
standing administrator, scholar, historian, statesman, soldier, 
explorer, sportsman—in fact the fields of endeavor in which 
this versatile man excelled are clearly indicative of his 

I tremendous capacity for leadership. 

It has long been a custom for Americans to take 
appropriate note of the blrthdate of this magnificent American 
^^^. ?.S"°°1;"^''^^ ^^^"^ practice, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
01 Oalllornla, hereby proclaim Thursday, October 27, I955 the 
I^^!]*^]^^"^®^^"^^ anniversary of his birth, as THEODORE ROOSEVELT 
DAY in our State. I urge all Calif omlans to familiarize 
themselves with the life and works of this revered American 
leaaer to the end that they may gain inspiration and example for 
the development of constructive, patriotic citizenship. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
2^th day of October, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty -five. 




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Governor of California 



Secretary otystate 
FILED 

fff 11.. V 'I ol Call'c.'"i» 

OCT •: 11955 
FRANK K JORDAN, Setretdfv ^1 SU(S 
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PKOCLAMATION 



The yearly toll of death and disfiguration on our 
streets and hl^';hways constitutes a national disaster of major 
proportions. Traffic accidents annually claim over 37,000 
lives and Injure approximately 2,000,000 Americans. 

Governmental and private apencies are constantly 
vigilant to find means whereby this appalling, unnecessary 
loss of life may ultimately be reduced to an absolute minimum. 
Numerous worth-while, effective programs have been initiated 
and carried forward. One of the most successful and widely 
supported of these was the observance last year of Safe 
Driving Day throughout the United States, under the personal 
leaderslilp of President Eisenhower. 

The President has called for a similar action this 
year and, firmly believing that this program merits the widest 
possible public support, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, proclaim Thursday, December 1, 1955^ as S-D DAY 
in our State. I urge every California driver and pedestrian 
to obey all traffic regulations, exercise greatest diligence 
and practice complete courtesy with the goal in view of 
completely eliminating death or injury from motor vehicle 
accidents during that 24-hour period. I further urge that 
this effort be extended into the days and months following 
so that we may enjoy the recreational and economic value of 
our splendid transportation networks free from gi-ievous 
bodily har-m to ourselves and to our loved ones. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunta 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
31st day of October, A. D. 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 





Governor of California 



.TTEST: *,.^^_, ,, /t-^V.---. 
Secretary of_Scate 

FILED 

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of theSwual t-^li'cll'U 

OCT;'. 1 1955 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Sccrclaiv --Jialj^ 

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3tatc of Cnlifornia 




FHOCLAMATIUN 



Throurrh agreement reached amon,^ the powers In conflict 
the dovastltion and'carnar. of ^-^'^J'/l^^,'Zt.in\J^leeTin^ 

?°r.f r.rcj:' j:;±urorrar.tn^d'^rhSje^?s fn^:4at?ora!^'USL 

with lustice for all. In our hepublic ItB slr.nlf Icance was 
flso ^xtend^d ?o embrace recornUlon of the '--'«-" «^J ^. 
unselfish service of those who responded to the call ol duty 
in our nation's time of peril by serving In Its armed forces. 

Since then, our national security ^"^ honor have 
required that our youn^r men and women again ^o forth to defend 
our wav of life aKaln.^t the forc-s of oppression and destruction. 
In t??bu?e io those Who served - whether they ^^^■\^''^^\^^ill^'' 
returned to more peaceful civilian pursuits or remained in our 
country's defense forces - Conpress last year enacted le^ls- 
!a?'on provldln.^, that the anniversary of the Armistice be set 
aside as a day upon which to extend appreciative recognition 
to the veterans wno served with honor In all the wars which 
over the years, have exacted the p.-lce for the continuance of 
our' American institutions. 

Since one of our best hopes for an honorable peace 
lies In tlie pntrlotlr>m and experience of our war veterans, 
I. Goodwin J. Knlrht, Governor of California, hereby P'^oclalm 
Friday, November 11. ig^-^. VETERANS DAY Ino^^- State. On that 
dav. I urre my fellow Californlans to recall with gratitude 
the sacrifices of all those who fouf^ht and worked with valor 
on the seas. In the air and In distant lands to preserve our 
nreclous heritage. I further urp^e they take that occasion to 
rededicate themselves to the task of seeking an enduring peace 
in order that these services will not have been rendered in 
vain. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd day of 
November. A.D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty- five. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



printti la caiipmffiA iTXTt riiNTtNc oprict 



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NOV 4 -1955 
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Deputy 



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PhOCLAMATION 



It Is incumbent upon those who enjoy the blessings 
of life undei- the protection of an Independent and stronp; 
United States of America to recall with humility and gratitude 
the unselfish sacrifices of the thousands of men and women who 
have surrendered life and {physical well-belnR in order that 
our heritage of llbeity be preserved undiminished. 

While some have given their lives in alien lands 
and others have returned, capable of resumlnf; familiar careers 
and former employment, many have suffered grievous disabling 
inluries. A portion of these young Am&rlcans will require 
hospital care for the rest of their lives. Others are in need 
of constant medical treatment, while scores require assistance 
in readjusting' their lives and occupations in order to again 
become productive members of our society. 

Symbolic of our obligation to aid those who gave so 
much on behalf of our safety and national honor, the Disabled 
American Veterans throughout our state each year offer 
artificial forget-me-nots for sale to the public. Proceeds 
of this activity help in financing the many services of the 
DAV on behalf of our disabled veterans. 

This program is worthy of the fullest possible public 
recognition and with this in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, proclaim November 7-12, 1935, to be 
FORGET-ME-NOT WEEK. All Californlans are urged to give 
expression to their appreciation for the services of their 
war-wounded fellow citizens by giving vigorous support to the 
Porget-Me-Not sale campaign. 

IN WITNESS WHEKEOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
3rd day of November, One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-five. 




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Governor of California 






Secretary of Sfate 



FILED 



In fh» office o' tK« $«rretary of S*af( pri 

of fh* SRir« *r Cotirornitt ^"^ k^ 



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NOV 4 -1955 
\?W. M. JOROAN, SeaeUry of Slais 

Deput/ 



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^xccutivic Bcpartmcnt 

3tatt of Galiforma 



FKOCLAMATION 



The; custom of a national festival of thanksgiving 
has long been firmly fixed as a tfuly Ainei-ican tr'aditlon. The 
dlr.coverors and oarliest settlors of our continent, facing the 
•iroi':; of an unknown land and endurinB severe hardships, were 
eter SiUrent to offer prayers of thanks to Almi^nty God lor 
the manifold blessings which He had bestowed upon them. 

It is altot;ether fitting that we, who have so vei-y 
much snould heed their splendid example and t^ve reverent 
expression to our r.ratitude. In no other nation has a people 
enjoyed the abundance that Ic ours. We are the heirs to a 
maL-nificcnt heritage, conceived in fivedom and nurtured in 
a fruitful land. We have been sinRuiarly blessed. Aj 
individuals and aa a people, we should take cot^nlzance of 
this and be prateful. 



For the bounty wliich 
enjoyed and for the mar.nlficen 
forecasts, I fervently believe 
f^ratitudc to God, and with thi 
Governor of California, iiereby 
19b5. t-o be a DAY UF TllANKyOIV 
urge my fellow Califoi-nlans to 
places of religious woj-ship to 
favor and grace received, and 
inspires In uu. 



oui' state and nation have 
t opportunities the future 

»e should offer prayers of 
a in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 

proclaim Thursday, November 24, 
ING tlirougliout our state. I 

conn;regate at their individual 

express their gratitude for 
foi' the hope which the past 



IN Iw'ITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my iiand and caused tiie Great 
beai of une State of California 
to be affixed this Yth day of 
November, A. D. One Thousand 
NSne Hundred and Fifty-five. 



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FILED 

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NOV? -1955 
i^m M. JOROAN, Secretary of Sate 



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^xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 
^tatt of California 

i;,i;.iedlately following adoption of our Federal 
Constitution, tr.e First Gonfress of the United States proposed 
to the several states a series of amendments designed to 
define and protect certain fundamental richts to the people 
and to the individual states a,rain3t arbitrary- and capricious 
encroaclunent by tiie national Government. 

The traditional riilits and freedoms we enjoy as 
citizens of this Heinblic have tiicir i>-undaticns in the 
liberties and responslbiJ ities enumerated in these iuitial 
amendments to our Constitution. Popularly accepted as the 
American "fsill of Richts," these first ten araendiuents 
guarantee to each of us our basic riglits and impose upon all 
of us certain obligations to do all within our power to 
sustain and strenr.then our clierished heritage. 

Since our nation is engaged in a determined effort 
to maintain and safe;;uard the essential liberties of humanity, 
so seriously tiireatened by tyranny and oppression, 1 firmly 
believe it is Important that all Americans emphatically 
renew tneir resolution to accept and practice the principles 
set forth in their bill of liights. 



In accord wit 
Governor of California, 
December 9, 19!;' li, and c 
l6l|th anniversary of tli 
as BILL OF HIUHTci ii.ii^K 
fellow Caiifnrnians to 
the many valued privile 
laws cf our nation. I 
be ol(3crved l\v ai'jroiirl 
by public display of th 
fullest extent |)ractica 



K tills belief, 
hereby procla 
ul.iinating Dec 
e effective da 
througliout our 
fully familiar 
t^es guaranteed 
I'urther sugges 
ate ceremonies 
e Flag of the 
ble. 



I, Gocdwin J. Knight, 
iin the period beginning 
ember li>, 19ijij, the 
te of these amendments. 

State, and I urge iny 
ize themselves with 

to them by these basic 
t that this occasion 

and prayers as well as 
United States to the 




IN WlTiijJSS ^..:i..i^.Ov, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the areat 
Seal of the State of Califcrnia 
to be affixed this 29th day of 
November, A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Hfty-five. 



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Secretary oy State 



NOV L:^'VJ5b 



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^xccutiDc Bcpartinent 

^tatc of (California 



P H C L A M A '['ION 



Th.' life and work of George Washlncton Carver are 
yourceti or Ins^piratlon to all men and women who strive for 
brothei^hood and ^ervlc.- to Uuraanity in a troubled world. Born 
under the most adverse economic conditions. Dr. Carver l^ved 
to become one of the most revered and respected men of hl^ tlme< 

before his death on January 'j, l'j'^'5, eovorrjiients 
throughout the world had bestowed great hono.s upon him for 
his many scientific and humanitarian endeavors. In tne midst 
of this international acclaim, he quietly spurned vast material 
rewards in his constant and unselfish search to find new ways 
to increase the prosperity and happiness of mankind. Over 
forty of his busy years were devoted to providing aid and 
"Uldanoc to young men and women at Tuskegee Institute in 
Alabama as they prepared for their lifetime careers. His ^ 
discoveries in chemistry and agriculture have t"f^^". ^'^7,'=^^° " 
better, more abundant life for millions of people throughout 
the v.'orld and for countless generations to come. 

i..Ileving that it is appropriate for the people of 
this nation to periodically extend appreciative recognition 
to conun.morat... th. manifold contributions of this man to our 
American way of life, I, Goodwin J. Krdght, ^;^^^^™°J f 
California, do proclaim January 'j, 195o, as DH. GEORGE 
WASHINGTON CARVER DAV throughout our State. I urge my leiiow 
Callfornians to make every effort to become more familiar 
.vlth the service, genius and principles of Dr. Carver 
inasmuch as he so well personified many of the most inspi^J"^ 
ideals for which our Republic is a symbol among the liberty- 
loving people of the worla. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affix.-d this l!jth day of 
Dt^c ember, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-five. 




Govei'uoiT of Oaliforn^ 
Secretary yiff/State 



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iBxfcutiVje Bcpartmcnt 



^tatt of ealiforma 



FILED 

DEC 2 :• 1955 
^ FRANK M. JORDAN, SecreUry cf State 

P R OCLAMATION ~ ^:V>/,.^n ^. , y, 

if a 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



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WHEREAS, an abnormally heavy and continuous 
rainfall has L.ccurro.i In recent days, causing I'loods in 
many areas of the State of California and threatening 
further and more severe Inundations, particularly in 
the northern counties of the State, and 

WHEREAS, said flooding has already resulted 
in extensive property damage, and the acute threat of 
furtlier and more severe inundations creates an Imminent 
aanger to the lives, health and well-being of persons in 
these areas, to the safety of publicand private property 
and the maintenance of essential services therein, and 
WHEREAS, the employment of personnel, equip- 
ment and facilities under the jurisdiction and control 
of the State of California will be of material assistance 
to counties, cities and other local agencies in allevi- 
ating and preventing actual and threatened damage to 
life, health and property, 

NOW, THEREFORE, I hereby find and proclaim: 

That a situation of emergency resulting 
from existing and threatened floods exists in 
the State of California, 



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^tatt of dalifornu 

That the hoadr. of state departments or 
the Adjutant General (or state officers or 
employees acting pursuant to their authority) 
may direct the omplo:,Tuent of state personnel 
and of equipment and facilities under the 
Jurisdiction and control of the State for the 
performance of any and all activities in the 
State designed to prevent and alleviate actual 
or threatened damage due to said floods, and 

That all the laws of the State of 
California which do or may require advertise- 
ment for bids for the purchase of supplies 
or the employment of services necessary in 
connection with flood control and flood 
relief activities in the State, are sus- 
pended as of this date. 

TN WITNESS WHEREOF, i have hereunto set my 
,>and and caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
... be affixed 21^ '^^^^ "^'" _ j3=^<-fe««*-^^^^ ' ^^''^" 




Governor 
Secretary of State 



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II miMINt. Otill 



^xcrutiDc Bcparnncnt 

^tJtc or Calirornia 



C L A M A T ION 



Tlie year past has brought magniricent progress In our 
const'u/i. strujjgle acalrmt the tratjlc consequences of infantile 
para]ycis. In California, approximately 414,000 children 
received at least one lii,|octiou of iialk vaccine during 19!:)5j and 
the ttc'.te Department of Public Health reports that the incidence 
of pai-alytic polio amoHi'; tliose vaccinated declined 'jO per cent, 
'.-.'ith oxcell(?nt prospects for oven more encouraging i-esults in 
the futuri". 

However, thousands for whom the vaccine came too late 
still ur;j('ntly need help from the National Foundation for 
Infantile Paralysis in oviji'coiiilnt; and alleviating the effects 
of this cripplint.'; malady. While great forward strides have 
been made, the fact remains that polio has not been completely 
vannuishcd yet. The attack must be sustained with vi£^or and 
(.;nthuslasin. 

During ly'jO, the March ol' Dinu;s campaign must raise 
$47,600,000 throughout ttie nation in order to preserve the 
strength and continuity of the National Foundation. There still 
remains a vital need for all phases of the anti-polio prograim — 
scientific reseai'cli, public information, professional education 
and service to tliOf.o strlckiTi. 



With a 
effort must conti 
from Infantile pa 
Goodv/in J. Knight 
January, 19LjO, as 
I appeal to tlie t 
contribute to tiii 
Dimes campaign dl 
they may give eve 
the ultimate goal 



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fliTO convlctiori that this I'ine humanitarian 
nue until the suffei'ing and sorrow resulting 
ralysis are only unpleasant memor-ies, I, 
, Governor of Califoi-nia, hereby proclaim 

MAi;CH OF DIME.S MONTH throughout our state, 
raditional genei'osity of all Californians to 
s worthy cause and to contact the Mai'ch of 
i-ectors in tlieii* communities in or-der that 
i\V possible assistance toward achievement of 




IN WITNECS WHEREOF, I liavc hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
oeal of the ijtate of California 
to be affixed tills 29th day of 
December, A. D. One Thousand 
ine Hundr'^d .-.nd i^ifty-five. 




Governor of Califc^rriia 



iJeci'etary cw /State 
FILED 
OtC ;:;ii955 , , 

♦"■'"' '" "•■"••"■• •• -* »"- FRANK M. JORDAN, Secreldfy c( S^ite ^^ 

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3:xccutiDc Bcpnrtmcnt 

;!Dtatt of California 



FILED 

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DhC ::;'1955 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary c! Slate 

PROCLAMATION p^^//_f^JmJ^^, Lt^pL. 



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ol" an 
EMEKGENCY 



WIIEREA.1, lor tlu- past several days devastating 
floods throuchout the State of California have caused 
seriout; damage both to private and public property, as a 
consequence of which the counties of the State have sus- 
tained serious damage to their road systems and have 
sustained loss of drainage structures, roadbeds, and 
road surfaces on the Federal-aid secondary system, and, 
in addition tliereto, the state highway system, which 
Includes the Federal-aid primary system and portions of 
the Federal -aid secondary system, has sustained serious 
damage, all of which constitutes an emergency affecting 
the entire State of California; and 

WHEREAS, disastrous damage has been sustained 
by the public highways of California, resulting in the 
necessity for immediate repair or reconstruction of 
highways and bridges on the primary and secondary 
Federal-aid highway systems; and 

WHEREAS, such conditions constitute an emer- 
gency as contemplated by the terms of Section 9 of the 
Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1950 (64 Stat. 785), and 
Section 7 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1952 (66 

Stat. 158); 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 



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^xecutiDc ©cpartment 

5tatc of Galifornia 

of the State of California, do hereby proclaim that an 
emergency exists throughout the State of California, as 
a result of flood conditions and consequent damage to 
and Iwss of bridges and highways both on the primary and 
secondary highway systems; that the immediate repair and 
reconstruction of such damaged and destroyed highways 
and bridges is vital to the security, well-being and 
health of the citizens of the State of California; and 
tnat the Secretary of Commerce of the United States is 
hereby requested to concur in the declaration of this 
emergency, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this •_^ ^day o f . : -, . •■ ■ , 1955. 




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ATTEST ; 



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^tatc of California 



jFECIAL klection pkoclamation 



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I, GOOUWTN J. KNIGHT. Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on Tuesday, the filth day of Juno, l'~)'ot, within the seventy- 
fifth Assembly D!;itr1ct of the .State, consisting of a portion 
of the County oV Orange, to fill the vacancy In the office of 
State Assemblyman from said District resulting from the 
resignation of Assemblyman LeRoy K. Lyon. Jr. 

As required by Section lOuy of the Elections Code, ' 
I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid 
until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHKRKOK. I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 4th day of January. 19S6. 



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JAM* 195C 
fRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of Stale 



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^xcfutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of (Tjliforma 

SPECI AL ELECTI ON PROCLAMATION 

I, GOODWIN J. KNICHT. (Jovernor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on Tuesday, the fifth day of Jun.. 19^,0. .ithln the thirty- 
fifth Assembly Dl.tr let of th. .State. ccnaLstlnR of the Counties 
Of Kings and Tulare, to fill th. vacancy In the office of State 
Assemblyman from said District resulting from the death of 
Assemblyman Roscoe L. Patter.son. 

AS required by .Section 1002 of the Elections Code, 
I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
Of Division XTV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid 
until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpo.se 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WI™E3.S WHERKOP. I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Oreat .Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 4th day of January, ly^b. 




Governor (/ 



ATTEST: 




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JAN 4 - 1956 
FRANK M. JWuAN, SecmUrul ^«l0 \\ 

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^xccuriDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatt of California 

SFKCIA L ELECTION PROCLftMATI ON 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT. Gov(=>rnor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on Tuesday, the fifth day of June, 1956. within the twenty- 
fifth Assembly District of the State, conslstlnp of a portion 
of the County of San Mateo, to fill the vacancy In the office 
of State Assemblyman from said District resulting from the 
resignation of Assemblyman [>an1el J. Creedon. 

As required by Section 100J> of the Elections Code, 
i I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
of »1 vision XIV of the Kleotlons Code; the rewards to be paid 
lintil the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 4th day ol' January, 1956. 




IFOHNIA ITATI PItNTINC OrPICI 



FTCED 

JAN 4 - 1956 
FRANK M. iORl'AH, Secretary ot S»»t»^^ i 

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^xmm Department 

^tatc of Galifornia 



P K C L A M A T I C N 



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character. '^on^^'.'^ °^'' republic such as ours depends upon 
rule thrilvis Of it' Seonli'^'^nH^'^^''^'' ^^^^ "^ policies and 
did deeds .hi!„^c-onstii:u?f Vk- ^^.r^^^ f^ °[ti'^L.^^'^"- 

Guide the course of our nation throu^.h the times in whLh 
^'^'^ promise of the future. «vuj.t,n 



live into the 



we 



»arL"pe"^."tSat?7L^:i;;L?ra,^5"„S^?S;iSneJ! — - - - j 

IN WITNESS WHKKEOP, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
3eal of the ;state of California 
to be affixed this 13th day of 
January, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-iiix. 



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bovornor t)i' Californ 
secretary oi^^ate 










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FILED 

JAN I .i 1956 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary cf State 

">" o»»l»« Aiililahi rtiii»torv»f]|lKrt» / 



^Kcutiuc department 

^tJte of dalirornia 



—^3 



G C L A M A 



TON 



Each year Calli'oi-nia beGome:3 an increasingly 
Important center for Industrial expansion and activity in 
the economy of our nation. The number of men and women 
Sialnfully employed in CaUfoi'nia industry la constantly 
Increaslnc and the fruits of their labor are the foundation 
for the ;';eneral progress we continue to enjoy as a 
comnionW(N-:iltii. 



TlieT' 
management, la 
tiie-Job ace Id 
from Individua 
family tragedy 
out in compens 
California wor 
lost to prodiic 
compared to th 
deprivation to 
L-tricken. 



e Is great and growing concern on the part of 
bor and government over the heavy cost of on- 
nlD .•/hich tend to exact a staggering price 
is in lost wealth, personal suffering and 
. Each year, millions of dollars are paid 
ation insurance for death and injury to 
■king people. Millions more are irreti-ievably 
tion. Heavy as it is, this cost is minor 
e pain, personal loss, grief, heartache and 
familli';;--..'idow3 and orphans — of those 



All Californians liave a direct, vital concern with 
the safety of themselves, their friends and neiiTthbors. To 
tielp focus public attention on the many problems Involved, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, hereby proclaim January jO-February ^, 
1910, as INDUiJTKIAL ZJAFEl-Y WEEK in our state. I commend 
all those who are working so effectively and tii-elessly to 
reduce the nuir.bei' and severity of industi ial accidents, and 
I take this means to urge them to continue their concerted 
■•fforts to that very worth-while end. 

IN VjITNE^J^ WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
iieal of the iitatc of California 
to be affixed this 2nth day of 
January, A. D. One Thousand 
Nlnt> Hundred and Flfty-ijiy. 

Governor of California 
^iecretary of ^^te 

FILED 

In th» oBrf o' tS» J». •"••> o' »»•*• 

elfhr S'p'i' olCo'ifr rid 

JAN 271056 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary tl^e 




^imUi im r aiiroBNii 



T«TI VaiNTINC Dvrica 



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^xccunvic Bcpartmcnt 

StJtc of California 



1' h I C L A M A 



I N 



Jjufiiij tlie paKt few months 
have had their attention dran.atically 
v/hich disease of the heart and clrcul 
throui^hout our- nation. Each year, it 
ij billion mun-hours of pi'Oductive v;o 
eGonomy through these causes. This i 
compared v;lth the cost in terms of de 
expenses for treatment borne by indlv 
In California alone, over iialf of all 
are attr-lbuted to r.ome form of hr-art 



the American people 

focused on the toll 
atory system takes 
is estimated that 
i'k are lost to our 
s insignificant v;hen 
ath, hiuiian Ufjiony and 
iduals and families, 
deaths in the state 
disease. 



Throu:2;h tlie American Heart Association and its 
affiliated orj;anization:;, we are making significant progre: 
to./ard conquest of these maladies in programs of research, 
community service and education. The work of these groups 
has detei'mlned that some fonns of heart disease can be 
cured, that all such cases can be cared foi- best if diag- 
...vied early and treated properly, and that most heart 
patients can keep on working, often in their customary 
occupations. oUch progress has restored to us the exper- 
ience, wisdom and talents of many citiz.;ns which would 
otherwise have been lost to us. 



Once each year 
financial support to the 
improved health and longe 
in the belief that tlils c 
possible public support, 
California, proclaim Febi 
Februai'y 2o, I'J'jh, to be 
During this period, the p 
respond generously to the 
Injure oontlnuin;'; pror;rc;i 
endeavor. 



we are called upon to extend 
e programs on behalf of our own 
r life for our children. Acting 
ause is worthy of the widest 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
uary, iy:;)6, to bo HKABT MONTH and 
HKAiiT gUNDAY throughout our state, 
eople of California are urged to 
lyjjO Heart Fund campaign to 
In t.hlr; fine, humanitarian 




IN V;iTK'E^^ vifHEHEOF, I have hereunto 

set my h;^nd and caused the Great 
iieal of the 6tate of California 
to be affixed th.is 1st day of 
Februai'y, A. D. One Thousand 
liin-j Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




Ciovjrno!' of Casii'urnia 



Secretary ^/ State 



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3£xccutit)C Bcpartmcnt 

;5tatc of Galiforiiia 



PHOCLAMATION 



A Craclou. P-vIdence has endowed ou.nati^^^^ 

a natural abundanc and ^^^f ,<J^f "/° ^Jjdustriou. and 
pH.-.., initiative -^^^.^V^^ and social systems of 

;5\;!rnit^rat^[nrtl^i^^in'i.e^Hi°tS. of Uu.aSitv 

our pr^e-ent wc-11-bcln,: ^"J,,^^;^^ '";^!?^[,^"',pSinteiprise 
the rutur-e are ^^^^]^^.^^:^%::^^'^J;S:^rl;^ dfrivo tul 
-L^t^sr^Siehtf fro^ the^ruit. or these la.o..^ 
been necessary that volume P|;°duction and distribu^^^ ^^^^ 
be devised and developed. /^" ,;^^.^^/th of the American economic 

produce still more at lower cost. 

The men and women en^jatied in advertising; have 
demonstrate^ deep sense Of patriotic ^ 

have voluntarily ^^^ffn conn. ■Ct?on with patriotic, philan- 
iSo^f anS^ ivirid^^nJCme^^'proirams F^^r this and for 
tSe?? valuable service to A".e-^,-^i'2,^;;"Jj^;Jiended\o 

represent. 

V, ihl.' unJ, I, Good,.'ln J. Knlelit, Governor of 
.DVEBTI^ING .ECOGHITIOK WEIK in our . ate._^^^ 

enable my follow Calilo n. an^ i business and its 

S'-;.-fn°r-.STr.|r7uon='-to inrtriSi'Ao,,., or our nation. 

"' -™f s,"r.sr.^/c'^urcanK"rrLt 

3eal of the otate of California 
to be affixed this 31st day of 
January, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-blx. 




Governor of California 

(Vl'TEiiT: '■ a/sJ .^ 
Secretary oV(^ ;^ate 

FlUED 

JAM ■' I ^^56 
FRASK M. JORDAK, Secrelan(jt[H»'® 



ixccutiDc I?)cpartniciit 

^tatc of California 



PKOCLAMATION 



Tlie tyrants who control the policies and activities of 
International coiiiniunisni throutsh terror and Torce maintain 
ruthless dominance over the lives of lalllions of people who 
dwell behind the Iron Curtain. Entire nations have fallen 
victi::. to the crushinj^ power of coini.iunlsiu, being denied their 
fundamental rijiits of self t^overohient as well at the rights of 
individuals to personal freedom. 

Radio Free Europe and Pi'ec Europe Press, during the 
past five years, have provided, through voluntary support froii. 
liberty loving Ar.iericans, continuing and expanding encouragement 
and support to these captive peoples as they strive to regain 
their blrthriijht ol' freedom, Tiie President ana other leaders of 
our Republic have given vigorous support to these two outstand- 
ing programs of Crusade for Freedom and have encouraged the 
broadest possible public participation in helping to bring truth^ 
courage and new hope to these enslaved millions. 

To those who cherish freedom the world over, the 
":en!ory of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln has been symbolic^ 
of the Justice and promise inherent in the American way of life ' 
with liberty. It is Indeed appropriate that the fund raising 
efforts of Radio Free Europe and Free Europe Press be focused 
upon the birthdates of these two great men, and therefore, I, 
Harold J, Powers, Acting Governor oV California, hereby proclaim 
the period of February Icl-'d^, ly'jU, as FREEDOM WEEK throughout 
tne State, I join in urging the people of California to give 
generously to aid in the work of Crusade for Freedom to help 
assure the ultimate and complete liberation of those who have 
been deprived of their basic rights as human beings through 
cor.u .unistic do:i.inatlon of their lives, I further suggest that 
schools, religious groups, civic, fraternal and service organi- 
zations undertake special programs during thip observance to 
express reaf f ix^iaation of faith in the principles of human 
dignity and personal liberty which iiave iiiade our Nation gr«at 
and strong, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I iiave hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be afflxea this 
loth day of February, A, D,, 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty -six. 





Harold J, '^ Powers 

Acting Governor of California 

ATTEST : 

SocretapjCj^f State 



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Bl 
'OROAN, Jeeretaryofiljiie ^ 

Deputy 



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^Kcutiuc department 

StGtc of daliforiiia 



P li C L A M A T I N 



The traditional ceJebratlon of the Birth Anniversary 
of Juaus of Nazareth oach yeax' is an occasion foi' ijood clieer, 
good will and good fellowship in our Nation. It Is especially 
a :;i::.e for the enjoyment of children and of families, and for 
devout expressions of faith in the benevolence of Al lighty God, 

In coi;,..:on with several other California coituiunitles, 
the people of Yuba City and the surrounding area were forced 
to temporarily abandon their homes, clmrcheiJ and businesses on 
the Eve ol' the Christmas iioliday because of flood waters which 
at tnat time inundated extensive portions of our state. Since 
that time, iiiost of these CaJ ifor-nians have been able to return 
to their homes and, through industry and courage, have succeeded 
In substantially restoring their homes and tiieir cotiuiiunitics. 

In Older that the people of Yuba City may enjoy the 
spiritual and festive advantages of the season. Interested 
individuals, civic organizations, religious groups and fraternal 
societies have laade extensive preparations for a delayed 
Christmas celebration there. In tribute to the splendid spirit i 
which those in flood ravaged areas of our state have evidenced ' 
throughout the e.,.ergency, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of I 
California, h<M-eby proclaim the period of Kebi'uary 19-25, 19^6, ' 
as CimiS'J'l^lAS Lti KEHHUAKY, and I ask all the people of our state 
to join in ear'nest prayers tliat their fellow citizens will 
never again be compelled to leave their homes and personal 
possessions under circuihstanccs similar to those prevailing 
on Chf I rjtmas , 19',/ j. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunt<i 
set my hand and caused the 
Gj'eat Seal of the State ol' 
California to be affixed this 
_Lji__ Liiiy of February, A.D,, 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty -Six. 

Governor of California 
ATTEST: ^L^^c ^..^.U^..^ 

Secretar^f-Df State 



FICED 

In ttii ofTu ff ihf S*rrttarT «f Stat* 
of '*\ ■ ?*<(»* of Collft' lid 

1 1 in ; 1956 

FRANK M, JORDAN, Secretary delate. 

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IIFCINr* tTATI fRlKTINC OPriL* 




i'KfutiDc department 

^tatf of djliforiiia 



PROCLAMATION 



unique political sycte.n which it rns?ituf.\^°?f^'*^"^-°" -^nd tJe 1 

i^t-upie at^ainst one another,' 
3K1113 a„/L'!.?ror the iSlvfdu!!'."^,"? "°" ^^ """^^ "POn the J 

national honor- and securl" ^''^^y P'^^^t ol tiie world. Our 

as a people, can work together'in h^^" '^" ^^^^"^ to ShLh we 
understanding and respect. "^^^"'ony and unity, m rautJ!' ' 

Jews i-s aniC^nf 3\'onsSred'a'pr"lS"f"'""^" °^' Christians and 

urge ..^"^fellow-cSi^ornLns f""^'^^"^"'^ WEEx'ln our^staJe H' 
dedication to the p^JncIplL o^^^*'^ .*^^^" occasion to rene^ their 
evaluate their fellow ctti'ensonX'^K'^°?^ ^^ resolvin^to ^"^ 
accofnplish ,ent rathoc tu 7 ^^^ basis of indlvidnti 

unreasoning big^tri^ "^^" ignorant prejudice aid 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, J have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal 
Ol the state of California 
to be affixed this I7th 
day of February, A. D 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-six. """^^^ed 




Governor of C^dlfornia 



Secretary of state 



'• '•Mr...K,. ,, 



FILED 

'f'fi 1 7 1956 
fWWM. JORDAN, Secretary cfSlale 

■ / - J / 



a^xccutiuc Bcpartnicnt 

;^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



Thf- focu:: of public attention on the tragedy of 
Juvenile delinquency frequently obscures ^he encouraslng 
aspects of society's most effective element In its efforts 
to- eradicate the cau.es and effects of crime ^'"O"'^ y°f' ^f^J^^ 
Americans. That group is tl>e overwhelming majority of our 
youth. These young men and women are working diligently 
knd vl£orously to eiitabllsh themselves as the natural heirs 
tc the finest traditions of citizenship In our Republic. 

Their concern has become most manifest through 
determined efforts to combat the nefarious traffic in illicit 
drups and narcotics, especially as it pertains to the less 
Srtunate and more susceptible members of J ^^^ °^" f "^[j^J^^"* 
It is in the energy , ability and determination of Its young 
Jeop!c that the hope for the future of our Republic rests. 
Their problems are the problems of all the people. 



peopl 
harmf 
of Ca 
YOUTH 
urce 
exten 
with 
use o 



As encourar;emcnt 
e to personally resist 
ul effects of narcotic 
llfornia, proclaim the 

TEMPERANCE EDUCATION 
that the people of Cal 
t possible in helping 
the extreme importance 
f nai'cotics. 



to the determination of young 

and collectively combat the 
s, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 

period of April 9-15, 1956, as 
WEEK in our State. I strongly 
ifornla cooperate to the fullest 
to impress our younger citizens 
of total abstinence from the 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd day of 
Febi'uary, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 





/• 



California 



Governor of Cal 

ATTEST : cV^^,^, /^v^^aW^ 
Secretary ofCstate 

FILED 

In *« offi" of It-" '"-• ■""•" "' ""^ 
ottheS-a'eOlC.ilKornia 

FEB 241956 
FRANK M. JORDAH, Secretary cf.Slafe 



B/i 






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intti •« fiiiFOKMi* iTATi riiNtiMo oyvici 



FILED 



fWHR MyWRDAH. iKT»<»'y <-• 5*4'« 




i'xcfunuc Department 

^tatc of California ^ ^ 9. S. k ^ H 1 1 1 o n,-^^;2.^. 

C^nronn, JI''h"'-'' ^"'' ^^f^^-iC' tragic events of recent .weiks, 
thi A r f have learned once again through experience that 
the American Ked Cross stands ready for swift action In pro- 

tip vf.^?^ ^^'Z^^""!".*' "'«<3ic^l cai-e and other assistance to 
nffliliTn '^'-^^^^tating catastrophles . The magnificent work 
o? ?nL^ k'''' '^"r^"'^ ''""^ ^'^"'^^ California's extensive floods 
?L f f Dec'-mbor and early January will always be a source of 
inoplrinR reassurance of unfailing help In time of extreme need. 

n^^H= ^i,'^°io^^.^ .^^"^ unfortunate victims of the disastrous 
lioods, the Red Gross will have expended nearly $8,000,000 
before its flood relief operation Is finished.' Yet this Is 
only one phase of its splendid procram of public service. 

year in fir'^^^^S ^I'fr^f ^"'T'^ '^""^"'^^ t^ralnins Is given each 
of ninif r ^i<^',fafety and home nursing, enabling thousands 
proElde- aid trLT' """^ ^^l^^viate suffering. The Red Cross 
^r?o^ ,", ^? American :;ervlcemen throughout the world in 
maintaining vitally Important contacts with their homes and 
loved ones. The Junior Red Cross helps to Instill in ou? boys 
and girls a humane concern for the welfare of others so 

o7i^lT2a'tTr''' ^-^^°P-"' ^^ con.t^ictive^cl^ll^nl? Many 
or the 128 Red Cross chapters In our state DarticlDate In thU 
organization's blood collection procram through wMch plasma 
Whole blood and blood fractions are supplied to 171 cl?lUan' 
hospitals In California alone. civilian 

In order that it may continue to be imraedlatelv 
responsive to the needs of American people for its services 

and ?CndS"r',"".^'""''^'' ^'^ ^""^^^^ campaign fo? members ' 
and funds during the month of March. To give the rreatest 
possible encouragement to this splendid humanitarian tndeLor 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Govcn-nor of California, hereby proclaim 
March, 19'^6, as RED CR03S MONTH In our state olving cogni- 
zance to the fact that the work of the American Red Crosf 
depends heavily upon voluntary public contributions o? ?unds 
I strongly urge my fellow Californians to support this 
campaign generously and thus assure continuation of these 
valuable services whenever and wherever human need and 
distress may require them. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the Statu of California 
to be affixed this 23rd day of 
February, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 





Governor of California 
Secretary o^^tate 



II riiv iiK(. owtn ■ 



^Arrutiuc department 

5tatt of California 



r H U C L A M A T I N 



During the past year, uncontt'oiled fire and 
racing flood waters caused tragic devastation tliroughout 
vast ai-eas of oui- state. Keiiable estimates indicate 
that the economic loss d^-e to floods was the greatest In 
California's history, and destruction of valuable water- 
sheds by fire exceeded that recorded in any recent year. 



The 
c 1 re urns tanc e s 
Ca 11 foi-nlant- . 
of possibility 
deter-minat Jon. 
are vitally ne 
zations and pu 
to encoui'ai':e w 
basic natural 
enjoy our hif:h 
children and o 
tage with whJc 



natural and ec 
will lonr; and 
Recovery i'r'om 
of their repe 
Sound planni 
eded. Individ 
bile agencies 
ise use and sy 
resources in o 
standai'd of 1 
ur children 's 
h we liave beer 



onomic consequences of these 
adversely be felt by all 

tliese disasters and reduction 
titLon require coura[;;e and 
ng and constructive action 
ual citizens, pi'lvate organi- 
share a mutual responsibility 
stematlc replenl shment oi' our 
rder that we may continue to 
ivint' and pass on to our 
children the bountiful herl- 

endowed. 



To encour' 
these ends in view, 
California, hereby 
WEEK in our State a 
bli'thday of Luther 
as ARBOH DAY. I ur 
observe tnls occa;;i 
and shrubs to enhan 
seek broader' apprec 
tiie abunJant and va 



a[';t the many worth 

I, Goodwin J. Krii,.'; 
proclaim Max-ch 7-14 
nd deslfinate Wednes 
Burbank, beloved Ca 
tie my fellow Califo 
on tiiroufih the plan 
ce oui" state's natu 
latlon of oui' ultim 
rled natural resour 



while prot^rams witn 
ht, Governor of 
, lySb, CONSERVATION 
day, March 7, the 
llfornia naturalist, 
rniann to appi'opriately 
ting ol' new trees 
ral beauty and to 
ate dependence upon 
ces of California. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State or Calil'ornla 
to be affixed tills 27th day of 
February, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Si^;. 




Governor of California 
ATTEST: ./ 



Secretary oi^tate 

FILED 

lnf>'i' c'*'' .Mf^'i. I '■;-» of Stot» 



FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretar/ it Stala 



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a:Kcunvic Bcparmcnt 

3tatt of California 



S PECIAL KLECTION PROCLAMAT ION 



I GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of California, do 
hereby rroclal. and order that a special election shall be held 
on Tuesday, the fifth day of June. 1..5. within the sixty-third 
.ssemhly District of the State, consisting of a portion of the 
! county of l.-s An.eles. to fill the vacancy In the office of 
1 state Assemblymn from said District resulting from the 
I resignation of AssembLyman G. Delbert Morris. 
1 AS required by Section lOO? of the Elections Code. 

I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
of Division XTV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid 
until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and 
, ,..^d the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 



hereto this 1st day of March, 1956, 




^—^^ Governor// 



A'lTEST: ^xa^^f- 



^{^w/'-i/A'^ 





retary of State, 






FlUED 



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I. ■.IIFO.HIA IIAT« MIINIIWO orFlC . f. 



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i:icfutiDc Bepjrtiiieiit 
;!5tatc of California 



FfLED 

In f*i« eifv . ,,i .F, , • 

MAN 5 - 1956 
flWNI5K JORDAN, Secretary 



proclamation 



Wm.RI AS, .111 cMr.ioicliii.iry incision li.is arisen And now exists requiring that 
the I egisl.iiure ol tlie Si.ite ol (J.ililorma he convened in cxtiaordinary sestion, now, 
therefore, 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIC.fTT, Govcinor of the State of California, hy virtue 
i'f till' power and amhoriiy in nie vested Vy Section 9 of Article V of tiio C^lonsti- 
tiition of the Slute of Calitorni;i, do hereby convene the I egislature of the State 
of Cahtornia to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, California, on the 
filth day oJ Marcii, l">5 6, at 2 p.m. of said day f»)r the following purposes and 
to legislate upon the tollowiiij; subjects: 

1. Id consider and act ii|ii)ii IcKisiatinn to provide relief from dnmaRC caused 
by storms and floods, incliidmg but not limited to the repair or restoration of roads, 
streets, schools and other public works, and tax relief with respect to propert\ 
damaged or destroyed by storms and floods. 

1. To consider and act upon legislation to authorize participation by the State 
and cities in projects aiithorl/ed by C'ongress for flood control. 

3. lo consider .uul act upon legislation relative to increasing apportionment 
of State funds to School Districts in wiiich the assessed value of property or the 
school enrollment has been decreased becnise of floods. 

4. To consider and act upon legislation for the reorganization of that p.irt of 
the executive branch of the State Government engaged in tiie administration of 
statutory and constitutional provisions relating to water. 

J. To consider and act upon legislation revising the method of financing the 
State Teachers' Retirement System. 

6. To consider and act upon legislation to limit the deposit of revenue in the 
State Beach Fund and the State Park Fund. 

7. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the Legislature, its members, 
sessions, and procedure. 

8. To consider and act upon legislation to create a California Beef Council 
for the purpose of stimulating the use of beef and beef products. 



9. To consider and .ut uiv.n lc.v;,sl.uion to amend Section 476;i of the Penal 
Code, relative .o ilie punrl.ni.nt for making or utterlnK l«d checks vv.thout suffi- 
cient fundv, by le-stonns to tli.it scrlion ti.e provisions makinj; notice ot protest 
admissible as proof of presentation, nonpayment and pr.)test and presumptive 
.viuVn.c of knowleciKe of insulluK lu y of miuk, and the provisions defining 
"credit," wliicl. were dekied from said section by Chapter 1862, Statutes of 195 5. 

10. To consider and aci upon legislation to permit an a.r pollution control 
divinci created under Chapter 1 of Division 20 of the Health and Safety Oide 
to consist ..f a portion of a county whenever the board of supervisors of such 
county determines that there ,s special need for such air pollution control district 
to function within that portion ol the county only. 

11. lo couMder .xnd ..ci upon le«-slal.on to make ava.l.ible additional funds for 
the acquisiiion of properties for state hi.uhway purposes by amendin.i; Chapter 20 
of tlie Statutes of 1952, Second L.xtraordmary Session. 

12. To consider and .ct upon leSislation relatins to the control of citrus pe-sts, 
and diseases. 

13. To consider and act upon legislation to exempt "New York Dres-se-d" 
poultry from the provisions of Article 2 of Chapter ^ of Division 3 of the Agri- 
cultural Code, and from the provisions of Article 2 of Chapter S of Division 5 of 
said code, relating to poultry. 

14. To consider and act upon legislation authorising districts created pursuant 
to the Metropolitan Water District Act to incur indebtedness for the construction 
or installation ol additional works or facilities for dcvel.ipn.ent. transportation and 
distribution of water. 

15. 1 o consider and act upon legislation relative to the creation of a state plan- 
ning agency. 

16. To consider and act upon legislation relative to validating the organization, 
boundaries, governing officers or boards, acts, proceedings, and bonds of public 
bodies. 

17. To approve or reject charters and charter amendments of cities, cities and 
counties, and counties, ratified by the electors pursuant to the Constitution of the 
State i.{ Cilltornla. 

IS. To consider and act upon legislation to include a plea of guilty or a forfei- 
ture of bail wiilim I he delinlnon of conviction of a violation of the Vehicle Code. 

19. To consider and act upon legislation relative to providing funds for the 
purchase of farms and liomes under the Veterans' Farm and Home Purch.ise Act 
of l''4>, and to establish a disaster relief fund to aid the purch.tsers of such homes. 
20. To consider and ui up. n le.i,islatioii to authorize the construction of 
scv.Mgc treatmr'nt fariliiies vntUr C h.ipter 1 (commencing at Section 4600) of 
Part > of Division 5, I lealih .wi\ Safety Code. 



21. J<. amsulc- „ul act up,,,, IcKisl.nion t<, cxloul tl.c tin.c within whicl. . 
water .su,ra;^c disinct. created under the Californ.a Water Su.rage District I.nw, 
may tile us repoii leiiuireJ by Section 42275 of the Water Code. 

22. To consider and act upon lesishttion relative to the jurisdiction and venue 
of small claims courts. 

2-,. I,. oMiMcIc, a.ul .Ki upon Ic'Ki.I.ulon relative to the M.Jk,! faciluv under 
the lunsjiciu.n ,.| il,e Department of Corrections. 

24. To consuler and act upon IcKisiation t<. amend the Revenue Hond 1 aw of 
i *^4 1 . 

2V. To consider and act u,.on leKisiation relative to the appro.,ches to the east 
...ul west ,ermuii o. the southern crossing of the San Francisco Bay .as defined in 
Sulxhvis.on (b) of Section 30651 of the Streets and Highways Code. 

26. To consider .n,d act upon legislation relating to membership on the Cali- 
fornia Veterans Board. 

IN WITNKSS WiilRlX)! , I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great 

Sea! ol iIh' State ol C^.,!,loinia to be allixed this 2nd day of March, 1956. 



Lioiiiinn o/ Ctiiijon 







•m 



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3:xccunvic Bcpartmciit 

:S»tatc of California 



F H C L A M A T 1 N 



Trie Qevelcpmer.t ol" the Calii'orn;. a public library 
system has been a manifestation of dynamic Americanism In 
action. Our libi'arles provide excellent media throur.h which 
our- people are able to continue their education during and 
far beyond school attendance. These Institutions are especially 
valuable to those who liave been unabh/- to complete mox'e formal 
sciiolastlc traininj- ;ind to thoue who, tiiiouch accident or 
illness, have been forced to seek further knowled^ie to assist 
them In adapting'; tiieir abilities to new occupations. 

In addition, American lil.rarles offer appropriate 
places for preservation and systematic classification of many 
of the important relics of our Amei'lcan heritace. They will 
provide excellont sources of information and inspiration for 
those delvinj;; into tiie records of oui' hU'.torlc past in future 
t;enerations. 

In recOi:nilion of th'- manifold services to American 
and culture rendered by librarians and others concerned 
maintenance ana adml nl sti-at i on of local, county and 
ibraries, I. Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
oroclalm Marcl-. 11-17'. I'J'.'O. to be LIBRARY Wl-.EK within 
te. I ui'i^e my fellow Californians to appi'opriately 
i-ate the occasion by becomlnj-; more fully acquainted 
e educational and reci-eational advantages to be gained 

supporting and utilizlni; the splendid libraries of 
nla. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I liave hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
ileal of tlie State oj" California 
to be affixed tills ' th cJay of 
Marcli, A. D. One fliousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Sl.\. 



thouL'ht 

with th 
state 1 
hereby 
our Sta 
commemo 
with th 
tiiroutjli 
Califor 




Govoi'nor of California 

ATTEiiT : (v>,'I , , ,, .- 1 Av' . ^ic^. 

Secretary ^f/state 

FILED 



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pf the 3Mf«ol Cntlt^ "»o 

MA!^ :. ■ 1956 
FRAMC M, JORDAN, SecteLuy ct State 




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i'Kfutiuc Department 

^r.itc of ealiforiiia 



!;_ h u £ L A M A T I e; N 



Adultf. 



Tiu 



and . m'n U^r'r Jy T ""'l ^"'^^^^ ^"^^'^^•-" -"^ 
ma<.nii-icenl i>uM.anUarian .exiLi'to ..?;:?''"'h^""'^" ^^''''^^^'^ 
■<ovk ombracL^ij all tho-. whr: I! . \ -Jl^abilitles. Their 

relieion or cause of crlppllnr.' '"'^^'^^^' regardless 



of race. 



Their sole 



and i,i,.ls, men and women thus sJrlcken.'^''"'^''"""' '""'^ 



bovi 



these orranl^aUons p^v^^TaU^ct"^!^'^"':' ''"'■'"'^ ^^^^ ^^""^^ 
patients. In addition --evpr.^T^^ medical care for over 2,000 , 

uody-bulldln, ph^Jl'S'tr.: a,: ncl^t^n " S'To^""^''^^" I 
lor disability, necessary tr-inr„nr.^ f . ' i ^° compensate 



re scare 11 
and 
poo 
tatlon 



extended" scholarships and^'t^alnrnrfacin t, '"^ '''^^^^^^' 
people pieparln^^ I'or career,. In uUy-'Tr-^ u ^^ ^"""^ 

'--'' '<:ei,> in pny^icil tlier-apy and rehabill- 

olnc(.' till 



i^ tne pioceed. of the annial salP or t ."^ '^"'^^ ''^^' ^^^^ "o^l< 
auspices of these socletle^ T r^ of taster iieals under the 
California, lunvby p'-oclJim'Ma^ch ^n""*" i' '^'^'''''' «^vernor of 
EASThlR ^^AL MUKTH^h .ou,'hout Sur s ate f ' i ^^%^'^^^' ^- 
fellow Californlan.. to 'upport UU- in^e.? S^^T'^.^^ """^^^ "'^ 
Generosity so that new lion • n .w ." '^^'^*"^\ ^^^^'^ characteristic 
given to the people o' CaUfo n7-. Lh"''' f?"^ "?" abilities may be 
dc v.ithout them. ^alilornl,! who otherwise would have to 





IN WITNI-oS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
^eal of the iitate of California 
to be affixed this 9th day of 
March, A. D. One Thousand 
Nlih' Hundred and Fifty-Six. 

Gover'nor of Call4^oz>nla 
ATTEST: -' 

Secretary ,<5l/ State 






EXECim VE nKF AHTMKNT 
State o\' California 



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MAM \ ■' ^^56 
FRASK ti JORDAH, Secrelar^ljlalo 



PROCLAMATION, 



WHEREAvS, thp legislature of the State of California has 
been f-alletl 1n extraordinary session to convene on March 5. 195b: 
and 

WHERFAS on acooiint oV extraordinary occasions which have 
arisen and now 'exist, It Is deemed d.-slrable and necessary to submit 
additional subjects to the Legislature for consideration; now. 
therefore, 

I GOODWIN .T. KNIGHT. Governor of the State of California, 
bv virtue of the power vested In me by law, hereby amend and 
=!urrl»>ment my Proclamation dated March 2, 1936, by adding the 
following additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting 
the Legislature to legislate upon the following subjects, In addition 
to the 'subjects specified In the original Proclamation, to-wlt: 

Item No. 27. To consider and act vapon legislation to revise 
the California Disaster Act. 

Item No. ?8. To consider and act upon legislation relating to 
membership on the Citizens Advisory Committee on Aging. 

Item No 20 To f-oni'.Ter and act upon legislation to amend 
Section 95? of the Aprl cul tural Code relative to the establishment 
of districts in which the planting, harvesting, picking or ginning 
of cotton other than "Acala" cotton is unlawful. 

IN WITNKS.S WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of ^the State of California to be affixed this twelfth 
day of March, 1956. 




Governor /f CallforMa 




ATTEST: 



Secretary~o/yGtate 



^xcfutiDc department 

^tJtc of ejliforiiia 



PHOCLAJ-ATION 



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oHh^ SMtBof CririU.fiia 

MAR ;: i 1956 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretaiy ct Stajte 



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^^-reas, The Lo.i.laturo or tho State of California 
'"' '""^ "''^'^^' - -^raordinarv .esoion and has convened 

■ "■'■'•a,':, On account of i-vtranrriT mv.„ 

I -.liraorainary occasions which 

-vo arinen and „ow exx.t. it i. deemed desirable and 
.ecessarv to a.end a .uhject heretofore submitted to the 
-ercislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, acumyiM J. KNIGHT, .Governor of the State of 
.^nli^ornia, hy virtue of the nov;er .estod in ne h. law 
■crehv anend .n. sup lo.ent .. Proclanation dated ::arch 2, 
''--. •■• a'londin- rtnn 5 ih-reof to read: 

Iteu fo. 5 - To consider and act upon le-nsl.tinn 
revx , . the .othod orPinan ?,';' ho 
and i?'if'->T''^' lic>tirement .v.^tem 
and lerislation relatin- to r^chool 
nistrict retirement systems. 

'■■ ^/IT:ffiS2 W-ERKOF. I have l,oreunto set .r ,, .: ,,, 

--.ced th. ...at .eal of the State of California to be 

• Ti;:ed X.h\v. ^^.•enty-first dav ,>f ■ ^y^^, ...r^ 



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Jecj-otary .,f State 



fxccutiDc Bcpartnicnt 

^tatc of California 



Duritif^ the month 
workej'Ls In our state vvlll 
Ci-usade, under the auspice 
Thlc yeaf the f'oal in Call 
to provide rinanclal L;uppo 
proriraiiii-i or public educat 
of the research is beinc c 
universities and hor.pltals 
that in one of tliese labor 
cancer v;lll be achieved. 



P 1> C L A M A ']' 1 U N 



of April, thousands of volunteer 
be conductint^; the annual Cancer 
s of the American Cancer Society, 
foi'nia has been set at $l,By|j,775 
I't for the Society's extensive 
on and research. A major portion 
arried out in several of the leading 

In Callfoi-nia, and it ii: hoped 
atories the eventual conquest of 







The vital 


n(;e 


tra;-;ic 


consequences 


of 


it is . 


stimated tiiat 2, 


living, 


in 


California wi 


disease 


unless dramatic 


toward 


ciu 


^cklm: the 


pre 


out the 


nation last 


yea 


ai^e of 


1'.? 


died of cance 


under the 


ar;e of i8 


los 


lost mc 


th'. 


MS to cancer. 



d foi this work is emphasized by the 
cancel- atiionr, our people. Statistically 
Ob'jjOOO men, women and children now 
11 pei'ish as victims of this dreaded 

and substantial proci'esc is made 
sent hijrh rate of incidence. Throu^h- 
r, more than 3*^00 childr'on under the 
r. In addition, l6u,000 youngsters 
t their fathers and 17[;,000 under 18 



The humanitai'ian programs of the American Cancer 
Society, aimed at ei-adicatinj'; cancer as a cause of human 
misery and deatl>, are suppoi'ted entirely by voluntary contri- 
butions fi'om the public. In support of this annual campaii^^n 
on behalf of the health and safety of our people, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of C lifurnia, hereby proclaim 
April, 19^b, to be CANChlH CONTHOL MONTH throughout our state. 
In so doini',, I urc;e tlie receptive response of all Cal ifor'nians 
to both the educational and fund-raising appeals of the 
American Cancer Society. 

IN WITNESS iJHEHEOF, I have hez'eunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd day of 
March, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
ilundi-ed and Fifty-Six. 




t X:^i^^^/P^ 



Governor of Califurnia 
Secretary o^__;itate 

F r L E D 

MAf<;::,M956 



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3:xccutiDc Bcpartniciit 

5tntc of Caliroriila 

The annual 
Crucifixion of Jesus 
Christians throughout 
being a paradox . Sep 
the day of His death 
an occasion to inuplr 
hearts. However, Jus 
this Evi^nt t'r'om (lOd'o 
to contemplate the nie 
Joy and assurance In 
creatures. 



F H C C L A M A T I N 



obsei'vance of the annlv 
In Joy and hope by mill 

the world presents the 
arati}d fi'om its divine 
on the Cross would hai-d 
e happiness, hope and f 
t as it is not possible 

Kter'nal Truth, so !t 1 
ssace oi' the Cross with 
AlniJ)';hty God's concern 



ersary of the 


ions of 


Illusion of 


implications , 


ly seem to be 


aith in human 


to separate 


s impossible 


out feeling 


for his 



Tlie diKith of Chrl:;t was a necessary antecedent 
to His Hesur-i'ection. His life as a mortal and His return 
from th>' j-i-avo liave Riven to Clirlstlans over the centuries 
evidence of eternity, demons tratinp; to them that God was. 
Is and evei' will bv a powerful, living, near and real 
presence among us at all times. Granted the tranquility 
derived fi'om such faith, we are given the capacity to rise 
above thi- fr'ustratl ons of the temporary and temporal 
because we are able to place oui' hopes in the eternal. 



Goodwin J. 
to urj-^e my 
reverently 
particular! 
3:00 o'cloc 
and ('lory o 
to the pr'in 
which const 
Jesus of Na 



n accordance wl 
Knlf,ht, Governo 
fellow Callforn 
celebi'ate GOOD 
y that period b 
k p.m. , by medl 
f (Jod and by rt; 
ciples of pcjace 
itute the basis 
zari't h. 



th the custom of ages past, I, 
1' of California, take this means 
lans of Christian faith to 
FRIDAY, March 30, 19'jt3, and 
etween noon of that date and 
tatin^'; upon the mercy, goodness 
riewlng tlie personal dedication 
, brotherhood and human dignity 
for the earthly ministry of 



IN WITNK'iS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd day of 
Mar'cii, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 





Governor of California 



Secri.'tary of g(t^e 

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-'■" fRANK M. JORDAN, Secretdry pf Sfafa "^ 




^Kcutiuc Bcpartiiicnt 

-^tatc of California 



P h' C L A M A T I N 



The City of Hope soon will embark upon Its 43rd 
year or contln;iou;j soi-vlce to humanity tnroui^h heipin^- 
tne afflicted and suf f cr.l n,;; ■.-.•hen such help in needed, "wi th- 
ojt regara for creed or race. Throuch the facilities of 
thlc renowned National Medical Center, the finest care and 
attention are provided for the victims of aucii catastrophic 
diseases as cancer, le-ukemia, tuberculosis and operable 
hrar't ailment.;. 

While diligently maintain! n;; the personal di, nltv 
ol each patient. City of Hope has never asked any to pay 
for_ services rendeiv,]. Bcvlnnln, with a SDlendld, Humani- 
tarian concept, this unique institution nas increased in 
stature and expanded its public service Immeasurably over 
the years. In Jevclopin:; its outstanding scientific 
research program and patient treatment work, it has m^t 
a vital need of our people. 



Since the doors of tiie City of Hope have always 
been open to all who suffer and stand In need of help, anc 
since its continuinij success depends upon tlie voluntary 
fi.nanclan support of men and women In all walks of life 
I, Goodwin J. Knit-ht, Govornoi' of California, hereby oroclalm 
June, 19i.o, to be CITY OF HOPE MONTH in California, and I 
specifjcally deslr:nate June ."., 10';,o. as HOPE iJUNDAY. I urre 
my fellow Californlans to respond r;enerously to the appeal 
of tins v/orthy philanthropic endeavor for public support 



IN 




WITiNt;;jS WHERKOF, I have hereunto 
set my iiand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th dav of 
March, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
,undred and Fifty-Six. 




Governor' oi' Califor-nia 



Vi- tc n ,1. 



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kftwttd im lAttroaNi* 



»ii rirKTiNc btttcti 



Secret a r-y of Mtute 



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FaVK^J0(^U4N, SecrelarycfSlafe 



*"y ■"•"•*«■'•/,• »f St., . 



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ixccutiDc ©cpartnicnt 

5t.itc of daliforina 



p H u C L A M A T ^ N 



x.ie American (M;onomlc system ui' oompetltive 
free enterpris.- has been a natural, logical development 
of our neritar-e of national Independence anc Individual 
freedom. Its'protection has been the concern ol our 
government for -ener-ationr. and Us destruction nas been 
the objective of our enemlc;;, both foi-ei-n and domestic, 
ever since our nation was firat "conceived In liberty 
and dedicated to the proposition that -n n.'i' •.,■.- .-r.-ated 
eoual. " 



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Throu'-h till r-. r.vntem, we have evolved a standard 
witlioul parallel airionf:; the peoples of the v;orld. 
ome about as a r-esult of personal Investments 
of AmericanE in a widely divei-^ent variety 
enterprises. Pai-ticipation in savings accounts, 
policies, home ownership, stocks and bonds, and 
ui'os, has .aven a wide popular base to American 
. Such activity broadens the opportunities for 
In. for all our people and f^ves each of us a 
11 ty for the /ieneral well-being of our Kepuolio 
y of life it r(jpr"esents. 



J1, 1:: brcomin,; increasingly important that all 
AniLi-LcauE attain tlie fullest possible understanding of 
the operation and implications of our free enterprise 
.^conomy. To al,i In achlevlnr, this objective, I. Goodwin J. 
Knifht, Covcrnor of California, hereby proclaim April <iy 
thr'ou.-h May '., l^'-o, INVEST IN AMERICA WEEK throughout our 
state', and I'ur.-e that my fellow Callfornlans participate 
to the fullest possible extent In the constr'uctlve activi- 
tior. boin.- conducted Ln cX)nnection with this observance. 



IN 



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WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused tue Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th day of 
March, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
hundred and Fifty-Six. 

(.Juv 'i-noi- of CallfoT'ni 




V' -..■ 



;.». ■•/ ,■ 



ATTEST: iSu^t^ca A J^-^-^- 
Secretary o:l_^tat 

FFLED 



^imUi i« («i iro 



•" """ fRANK M. JOROAN Secretary cf Sfafo 



^xcfutiuc Brpartiiiciit 

^tatr of Gjliforiiia 



P r. C C L A M A T 1 Q k 



3yn;bolio Of the Lntern.H'nn 1 Pan-American Union, are 
amon.: the nation-^ or?h,Sf^f accord and amity existinc 
on ADrll n" i«nn °L,^'"-\ '^^'^t^'™ "^""^ sphere . Fonnalized 



on 
on of 



on Aprii 14 Taqo ";.;''^^"^'^^f^" hemisphere. Fonna 
the Now World. i'°^^^y "■! patrlotc m every tsecti 

has accepted'nanSamenS ob]?"'n'°'^ f ^overelcn nations 
problems and to st rlv, for i.i^f ^V"" ^° '^""''^ '"^^^^ "'"tual 
united action. ^uch LZr.r>nl f'^^^'l benefits through 
based upon ti>e preservation of ' ^"^ If^^'-national relations, 
and respect for the iu^^fom" ^L,^?''''^\ ^^T^'^" ^^'i^ndship 
component nations by eLhcoSdw^ll''^'^'^"" °'' '"^ °^''^^ 
to nations in other morP f roMh? T ^^'■^*' ^^ ^ "^o^el 
President KlsenSer has 4 d t.v'f fH'"'' ""' '''"' ^°^'^^- 
in Air.erlca share can be fo^- n- f ^L'^" concept which we 
prophetic and Ins^lrin^ inlt^" ?n h?^"^ ^J'^ ^^^^ "^ 
ti'lumphant te:;t,imonv lh^ A i"" words, "it is 
Ship can rule the oomiu:.t of alfn- m '^ "'""f ^"^ ^'^1^°'^- 
w^-o Will respect the il.^ ^n.i'il^^i^^' .l^t'^J^,^^^^' 

member natfonfo^the'Sr^'^ni f-^f , ^''^"^ throu;:hout the 
Which there Is ?onunon ^^^^^^''^^^^tion of American states in 
the parent confer "ce ?S J [harin^^r'l^" anniversary of 
In keeping; with tl>is tradl t on ^"t^^^-American associatio 
Governor of California nr-o?^? ^i Goodwin J. Knight, 
PAN-AMERICAN wi-EK and %Wi7 ^^n""^^ '^-^'^' ^9%, to be 

cordiality Which ?xis^be?w."'''-"''^ '"^^ cooperative 
American Li^hSorsf between our nation and our 



IN WITNESii WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
oeai of the Jtate of California 
to be affixed this 29th day of 
March A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 



on, 




vernor of California 



Secretary ol>^ate 



FILED 



iipniNijt »1 






FRANK M, JOR'iMN, Secretdfy cf Stale 



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0)|H, VncKcirMtirnia || 



1956 



^xccutiuc Department 

^,„, r^ ,„ FRANK M. JORDAN. Secretary cf Stale 

i?tatc of Califoriiij / </ 

C_T_A_M_A_T_T N A..iy."u...yoi s^y' 



V R C 






WHERKAS, the I/^c^ sliiture of the State o'' ■ ' --.rnla 
har: been callnd In Extraordinary Session to convene on March 5, 

WHEREAS, on account or an extraordinary occasion 
v.r.lM bar, arisen and now exists, It is deemed desirable and 
' ■ ■ sr^ary to submit an addltlonaJ suDject to the Legislature 
Tor consideration; now, therefore, 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT. Governor of the State of 

California, by virtue of the power vested In me by law. hereby 

amend and supplement my Proclamation dated March ?. Jl'V-,, by 

addinr the following addltlonaJ purpose thereto, and thereby 

rermlttlng the U-glslature to legislate upon the following 

:t,, in addition to the subjects specified in the original 

•■ ■lamatton and previous supplement thereto, to-wlt: 

Item No. 30 - To consider and act upon legislation 
relating to the tide and submerged 
lands conveyed In trust to the City 
of long Beach and the revenue therefrom. 

IN •Tn:'.;s.", '/KRRKOP, I have hereunto set my hand and 
•aused the Groat .Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this second day of Apt-I 1 . l'V,(,, 

Governor of CallfWrilc 
Secretary 





P<'»Ni. ,r«TI ,; 



I.'TlNt OFflCP 



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^mnm department 

dtJtc of Coliroriiia 



P M U C L A M A '1' 1 N 



Modern baseball has evolved as a typically American 
Institution, beinG; regarded throup;hout the world as Indigenous 
to the United iitatcs. 'I'he fiame has been instrumental in 
crcatln.f^ and expandin,;- i';ood will for our nation with our 
American nel^';hbors and with friends in other parts of the 
world. 



I 



P'or participants, baseball encoui'ifies tiie develop- 
ment of sound characteristics of dynamic, constructive 
citizenship. It provides excellent training for blending 
physical and mmital abilltlns, for workfri;-; with others to 
mutual advantage, and Cur' achlcvinf;; success ai^ainst determined 
competitive effort. For spectators, baseball's Infinite 
variety and flexibility of play provides popular, wholesome 
and stlmulatlnj-: recreation for thousands of /imericans each 
year. 



will open 
the sport ' 
Goodwin J. 
April 9-1'j 
fellow Cai 
favorite t 
in order t 
American 1 



'J'h(; Pacific Coast Baseball League season for 1936 
in California on April 10, and in recognition of 
s importance in the American way of life, I, 

Knli^ht, Governor of California, hereby proclaim 
. 1936, as BAlSliBALL iv'tiliK in California. I urge my 
ifornlans to ^ive vifprous active support to their 
earns, amateur or professional, throughout the year 
liat the sport may continue to grow and to enhance 
Ife for future cieneratlons. 

IN ;vITNfc;oS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
iSaal ol' the :jtate of California 
to be affixed this 3th day of 
April, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-:Jlx. 




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Governor of California 
Secretary C(^\)Btate 



F 1 1. E D 

Id fit. oir-. ,1 rk, Sc.j.'ofyof $tol» 

FRANK M. JO,;i/aN. Secrelary cf $tafe 
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»i»»i rii V TIN*, orrici 



^xccutitic Department 

5tJtc or dJliroriiia 



PHOCLAMATION 



Problems Involving mental health are matters of 
Crcat and t;erlou3 concoi-n to every Callfornlan, even beyond 
individual and Inimanltar-lan considerations. Our iJtate 
Department cl' Mental Hyr;iene for the next fiscal year has 
an operatin;-: budget of nearly $bO,OUC,000 with an additional 
$17,ciB7,000 set aside for capital outlay purposes during the 
same period. 

Nationally, tiie ta:paviM-s of our nation spend 
approximately $j,uOO,OOC oacli day for houslnc and carinr 
for mentally ill patients. It has been reliably estimated 
that one in every sixteen Americans is now suffering; some 
form of mental dlsordei'. However, authorities have 'aemon- 
strated that, with proper care and attention, a very lai'-^e 
percentage of tnose affJIct.'d will improve substantlally'or 
recover completely. 

In addition to offjclal concern, accurate and 
adequate public information and education are essential if 
we are to mlnLmlzo the devastntint'; effects of mental illness 
on our nocl(;ty and on our economy. Cooper-atlni', with a 
n.MtIon-wld<.' (;ampal;:n to encourar^e dynamic community action 
to combat the underlying causes of mental disturbances, to 
secure the most modern treatment facilities possible, to 
provide for pi-oper tralninc of professional personnel and 
other correlative activities in tne mental health field, 
I. Goodwin J. Knlj-iht, Govm-nor' of California, pi'oclaim 
April 2y-May L', 19i<o, MENTAL HKALTH WEKK in our state. I 
ur^t my fellow Californlans to pai'tlcipate in tiie ceaseless 
efforts on behalf of improved and expanded treatment facili- 
ties and on behalf of continued researcji Into improved 
metnods of treatment and prevention of mental Illness, so 
that all of our people may enjoy fuller, happier and more 
e f f u J t i. V 'A VI Vi. 



WITNliJo WHliHEOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
oeal of the State of California 
to be affixed this I8th day of 
April, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Piftv-Six. 









Govcrnoi' of California 
ATTEST: 4;/lt^ _ 

Secretary oir SJ^te 



API! 
FWISK M. JORtiWl, Secretary dyats 



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i'KfutiDc Bcpartniciit 

^tJtc of California 



ZilpCLAMATlON 



abundance of 'naTuruPr^'^on ;!.':*' '■'"^- ''^""^^y endowed with an 
crown a .I.nty naUon^Cc^i';-, i^'iV^E '^^'^ ^-^ "e^e'^nas 

aedicated men and wo.nen! generations of brave, 

and cive conl^iuinl'^iYtalUv^o nw'''^f !^'^""'' ^^ preserve 

inSf''"''^ ^"^ personal' IlLS"Sifc-r °' ^"dividual 
inheritance. Theae consents or-. ^'"' constitute our 
jnallen^^ed by cynical advScate' i;"^';™"'-^"^ have been boldly 
tyranny. These champions of .T, ^^"'^'^ conflict and rrass 
fundamental Americanism a threit""^ doctrines recognli tn 

wide reaffirmation of tL r H?* ^" accord with a nation 
freedom, I, Goodv°in J Ki I -m ^'V'^' °"'^ father's in human 

to-ni '\^^ Piedglng anew their uoMti ° observe this 
sfvni^ ^°.^^'--^ ^^"^ t"^t our Unlted'^'f-ir' active, dynamic 
Shall continue to prevail iver ai? "^^^^"' ^^"^6 and secure, 
^orel,n and domestic, whatever their'gufSr''" ""' detractors. 



IN WITOESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

^e^al"'o^'C S?^t^^o^f P^ .^^'"--t 

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OCLAMATIOK 



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FRANK r^ JORDAN, Secielary of Slate 




Tiv.' linU''d Brother-hood of Cai'penters and Jorners (if 
America, tiilt; year obscj'vln,'- its 7'^th annlvei'sary of service to 
the pcopli' oi' our nation since Itu foundln,; In the city of 
Chlcatjo on August 12, l88l, has consistently been a positive 
force for the pro.^resc o.' the Republic. 

Orjianlzed to secui'e and preserve the economic and 
hum;>n r! ;htK of its individual members, the Brotherhood and | 
otiiei' similar combinations of working people are lo,:',ical resultsi 
of the American rvcc enterprise system which ali:o fosters bene- ' 
ficcnt voluntary associations based on common property Interests 

The members of the Brotheriiood and their leaders over 
the years have conr.tituted a positive, dynamic force for Ameri- 
canism a:Tainst every foe and detractor, alien and domestic. 
ivhile seekiuL: malntenanci: of favorable wci'klm; and living con- 
ditions for Its mi^mbers, the Brotherhood has also worked 
dlllp-ently to Improve the standai-ds of Its craft and to develop 
a compreMiensive apprentl ct.'shlp traininf' protjram to help build a 
better America. Its members and tlieir representatives have been 
assiduous In suppor't of their pledges and In adherence to their 
contracts. 

California particularly has benefited from the skills 
and Industry ol' the members of tiie buildln;' ti'ades unions in its 
specl.acular f.-.rowth durlnf^ r-eccnt years. Thousands of nev; homes, 
schools, commercial build! n,;';s, cultural ccntei's, government 
str'uctur'es and industrial plants are endurin;- monuments to tlieir 
outstandini; work and talents. 

In recognition of the manifold contributions made by 
the members of the on^anizatlon to our pro;:ressive, expanding 
economy, I, Goodi.'ln J. Knl;dit, hereby proclaim August, 1956, as 
DIAMOND JUBILKK MUKTll throu/jhout Califoi-nla on behalf of the 
United Brothe'riiood oV Carpentei'S and Joiners of America. I Join) 
my fellow Cal if or-nlans in extending contir'atiilations throug;h 
Genei-al Preslde'nt Maurice A. llutolioson to the officers and 
members of the Brotherhood and in conveying: best wishes in 
their contlnuin)": efforts to su;;taln the strength of free labor 
in 3 rrrn nation. 

IN WITNE:^^ whereof, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Grea': 
3eal of the State of California; 
to be affixed this 2Sth day of , 
April, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 





Governor of CaJifornia 

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Secretaryvor^ta 



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PROCLAMATION 



Af'M ;ii)1956 ; 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Sectelaiy ol Slate 

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As 'A'e nrirk another year during which the ATnerloan 
people have been at peace, we are reminded that our way of life, 
based on liberty and Justice, has been won through tremendous 
sacrifices, and that the price of its preservation is eternal 
vip:llance and preparedness to meet every challenge. 

Our Army, Navy, Air ?'orce, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, 
National Guard and Reserve oonipononts of the National Defense 
r.stabllshment are united in their det(^rmlnation to maintain 
peace in the world while preserving with vigor the honor, 
independence and socurity of our Republic against all enemies, 
iotuil or potential. Through their patriotic devotion to the 
principles upon which this nation was founded and has grown 
strong, we are able to enjoy and pass on to our children the 
blessings of liberty which constitute our heritage. 

v;ith the floods of last winter such a poignant memory 
tc so many of us, it is particularly fitting that we in 
California take appreciative note of the courage, resourceful- 
ness and hutiKUiltai'ian concern of those In uniform in combatting 
and minimizing the tragic, disastrous effects of these floods 
which inundated vast areas of our state. 



In accor 
Goodwin J. Knight, 
Saturday, May 19, 
I urge tliat my fel 
ex te n t , visit A rm( 
programs in observ 
the appropriate dl 
out California to 
nation's defense s 
In providing "Powe 
the theme and miss 



d with the p 
Governor of 
ig^-^e, to be 
low Californ 
d Forces ins 
ance oV t.h'- 
splay of our 
remind the p 
ystem and of 
r for Peace" 
Ion of this 



roclamation of our President, I, 

California, hereby proclaim 
ARMED FOKCEt; DAY in our state, 
Lans, to the widest possible 
itallations and attend ceremonial 
occasion. In addition, I urge 
• state and national flags through- 
eople of the importance of our 
their individual responsibilities 
for our nation in keeping with 
year's Armed Forces Day. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th day of 
April, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Flftv-Six. 




Governor of Ca]lfori 
ATTEST: ^'' - *«« Wie> <^V'*/*«'**«-»- 



Socretary 



State 



ASBIHTANt/iBf CKr^AtfV OI^VTATK 



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^xccutiuc department 

5tatc of California 



P h C L A M A T I M 



It has become a nut.icjiiul cusjlom each year to honor 
the memory of our heroic v/ar dead by assisting tiieir' sui'viving 
aisabled comi'adcs throu.sh tlie pui'cliase of artificial flo.vers, 
Ecld to provide aid to the livin;: vlctitiis of trie battles 
fought for the r.onor, independirnce and security of our Republic 

These flowers, symbols of a grateful people, grow 
from seeds of coui'aK'-ous hope and determination in the hearts 
of ti-.ose benefited by tlieir sale. Kach year, imnedlately 
prior to observance of Memorial Day, the Veterans of Foreign 
.vars, the American Lej-jion, and theii- auxiliai'y organizations, 
conduct intensive campait^ns to sell colorful ai'tificlal poppies, 
thus providing', financial help in their very worth-v;hile pro- 
r;ra!ns designed for the comfort and rehabilitation of American 
vetei-ans in iiospltals, in sickbeds, and elsevvhcre, who so 
urpently need and have earned such aid. Since the gratitude 
of a nation cannot be measured, no price is fixed for these 
emblems of sei'vicc. Donors ar-e asked to rive according to the 
dictates oi' their minds and hearts. 



Deemlnt;; it a privi 
buy and display these attrac 
cause, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
proclaim May 2',i-2u, igL'O, as 
I ur;_re my fellow Californian 
the selfless service of tlio 
happiness and .■ell-belng in 
under' God, ini,::ht continue to 
dclng, I suf^i^'st that the fu 
support possible be accorded 
poppies in our state. 



lege to have the opportunity to 
tive flowers in such a worthy 

Governor of California, hereby 

POPPY DAYS throu diout our state. 
E to refresh their memories of 
e .vlio sacrificed life, health, 
order that these United States, 

floui'lsh I'rce and strong:. In so 
llest and most jjenorous public 

tlie annual sale of vetei'ans ' 




IN VjTTNKSS V/HKHEOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day of 
May, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
lundi'od and Fifty-Six. 

Governor of California 
TTEST: /^ ^ {j ■ 

Secretary ol^v^^ate 



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teach i n; • prof'(,?i:!S ion 
by their- fe]low Anu;r 
people are sovereign 
citizens be trained 
and with lntelli,-eno 
development of our H 
capacity of this and 
tilt' dyn.iii: I ._• fiiv^b 1 > ■in:-; 
evolution of our soc 



P H C L A M A T I N 



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MAi N - 1956 

FRANK M. JORDAN. Secretary 




tin,-, that t\\Qet in t)]/ /\ 
(■ h(>ld In the highest esteem 



rely fitt '' '' 

Should be held in the hlghf 
Icanti. In ;iny nation where the 
, it Is vitally important that the 
to think and to act v. th knowledge 
e. The continuint'; progress and 
epublle I:; dependent upon the 
succeeding generations to meet 
'.vlilch w(? fac'^ 111 tile continuini:; 
i'-'ty . 



To Iniuire the f'utur 
tutlons .ve must be dilli':ent 1 
provide the finest educationa 
for the trainln,-; of our youth 
elaborate and advanced bulldl 
be totally without value unle 
slonal personni'l to admlnlste 
our children. it Is essentia 
be L'J ven to pi-ovldlnf: economi 
conditions of employment in o 
number's of youri;-; people into 



e of our Americ 
n our' determina 
1 facilities ob 
However, the 
n,-s and equipmc 
ss there is ski 
r our schools a 
1 that constant 
c secur-lty and 
rd'M- to attract 
the teaching; ar' 



an insti- 
tion to 
tainable 

most 
nt would 
lied profes- 
nd to train 

attentl on 
favorable 

1 ncreaslnf' 
ts. 



With deep a 
ner'vlc(?s of teacher's, 
way or life, i, Goodw 
her-eby proclaim :junda 
througiiout our state, 
for teaching: our yout 
are worthy of the wid 
ur~e my fellow Callfo 
expressions of approb 
individual indication 
date specified but on 
throur'hout the vear. 




ppreclation for the manifold 

actlv<- and retired, to the American 
In J. Knight, Govor-nor' of California, 
y, June 3, 1956, TEACHERS DAY 

The men and women responsible 
It in the finest American traditions 
est possible commendation, and I 
rnlans to make demonsti-ativc 
atlon through public pi-o^'rams and 
s of appreciation, not only on the 
every other appropriate occasion 



IN -VITNEoS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed tills 8th day of 
May, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
undred and Fifty-Six. 





Governor of California 
ATTEST: ci,...,. /^,^^. 



Secretary of /tate 



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H • ^ C..iLior!ila's dlvcn'!:iried and productive uKrlculture 
und industry have -alned tremendous benefltt x^un,uie 
and transportation be 




I'rom world trade 




ii.iVi' been 
trails of 



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tl 



tK' years, th.> splendid poi-ts oT California 

^^vuiiij points roi' til.' pioneers on the oceanic 
international commerce and 
between remote areas of the 
throu;^h which art- .ihanneled 
throu^lli which travel the 
their wav to serv 



world. 



peopli 



economic inter-dependence 
These ports are gateways 
the wares of distant lands and 
pi'oducts of our own Industries on 
beyond tlie seas. 



3, 



our 



^v, 4- V^''. ^'^^'■^'^- '''^''''- ol' a vl,joroas Mercnant Marine to th»- 
p osent and future prosperity of California and thi United 
btates should be better unde.-stood by all Aiaericans in order 
oo foster creator participation in two-way trade and t-avcl 
between our Republic and our friends abroad. 

to -he u.,i" ''nd n^^'Tr t'^aclUioral to direct public attention 
to j-l.c valu- and problem:; of international ti-ade upon the 

better utiderstandlnr: of the manifold benefits derlved'frSm 
^p?^M^^cH?' and ^'ram the conuiier'cc, travel and friendly 

o? o.^i^Hv ''^ ■'"' ^^'^'^^ ^^*" ^^^'^'^ "^^^°''^ ^" ^ consequence 
of our advantageous ,':eo.':r':,pli I c :;ituatLei,. 

TN vVlTNE^S WHIiREOF, I have hereunto 

iJet my hand and caused the Great 
iieal of the i,tate of California 
to be affixed this l^th day of 
May, A. D. One Thousand Nin^ 
Hundred and Plfty-slx. 

Govet-nor of CalifoKila 




Secretary Ul/^tate 



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afxccutivic Bcpartmcnt 

£»tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



The people of the United States have always had 
an intense interest in tlic pro,:,reas of tiu- modern Olympic 
Games which are lield on a quadrennial cycle to promote 
intei-national amity throuj-^h atliletic competition. The 
Ideals of sportsmanship and strivlnj^ to excel in vax-ious 
contests of pliysical skill and strength have done much to 
brine about better under'standinj,', throughout the world. 

In keoping with fundamental American traditions, 
athletes of our republic competint:; in thecc events have 
contested on a strictly amateur" basis without governmental 
subsidy. When American competitors and teams travel to 
distant lands, extensive expenses are necessarily Incurred. 
According to established custom, these costs must be borne 
entirely throui^h voluntary financial suppoi't. 

It is vitally import.ant that our nation be fully 
and ably represented in the Olympic Games at Melbourne, 
Australia. With this thought in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, hereby deslt.nate J\ine, lO'^b, as 
UNITED STATED OLYMPIC TEAM MONTH in our state. I urge my 
fellow Callfornians to do everything possible to i^ive 
practical, vii'^orous support toward sending the finest 
available atif^regation of American athletes to participate 
in these contests. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2',>th day of 
May, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-six. 





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Governor of California 
ATTEST: . /f u.\L.y^,<. 



Secretary 



Jtate 



F r L' E D 

MAr ;2,.1956 

FRANK M. JORDAN. Secretary cfSfdIe 

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6tatc of Cjliforiiia 



PHOCLAMA'i'ION 



On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress, In tne 
midst oi our nation's struggle for Independence, adopted a 
resolution settlnc I'oi-th the basic design for ti,e Flag of ti.e 
Republic. Evei' since that historic occasion, tae Star 
Span-led Banner has been the honored symbol of the mirht and 
^iory oi the United States; an emblem of hope to people 
tnrouniiout the world who aspire to personal freedom and human 
Q X * ',n j. L y • 

The Fla):; dramatically repi-esents our unity, our- 
sovereignty, our thour;ht and oui' purpose as a people. In 
honoring the Stars and Stripes we express gratitude for the 
ireedom wiilch Is ours under its protection, and wo renew 
??en ditractor""^^"" ^" P''*-^^^"^'vc its glory and dignity against 



In a world rife wi 
take advaritage of uvei'y oppo 
"to tne Flac; of the United S 
Republic foi' whlcii It stands 
mankind on oartii. Acting in 
American hei-ltage, I, Goodwl 
hereby proclaim Thursday, Ju 
state. I urge my fellow Cal 
proudly display our National 
and wherever else tradition 
addition, I suggest tlie peop 
of eveiw ava Liable opportuni 
familiar with tlie authentic 
concerning the Flac; of oui' n 



th doubt and pessimism we siiould 
I'tunlty to pledge anew our fealty 
tates of America and to the 
," the brightest, best hope of 
accord with the finest in 
n J. Knight, GovfM'nor oi' California, 
m; 14, ly')b, as FLAG DAY in our 
ifornians to prominently and 

Coioi-s on every public building 
and courtesy will permit. In 
le OI" California take advantage 
ty to become more tlioroughly 
hl!;tory, customs and etiquette 
at i on. 




IN wrjNK;JS WIIKHKOF, I have liereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Sea] of the State of California 
to be affixed Uiis 12th day of 
June, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-six. 



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ATTKoT: ^;^ 

Secretary ol 




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^xccutiuc Department 

^tatc of ealiforiiia 



illl^^LAMATION 



n-tlnn'.- i^H T""^ celebration of tlie anniversary of our 

for ^.MvT-''^''"^';''^'.' ''^^ traditionally been an occaSlor 
lot jubilation and I'lamboyance. This it; alto "''^^'^■^°'^- 
since our heritage as a free people is a s 
J.appiness ana pi-ide to all loyal Americans 



itj alto^:etiier fitting 
a source of threat 






In aff li-matloii 
tile iniiei'ent capacity of 
pate in iiis own ; government, I, 
of Calii'oruia, hereby proclaim 
INDEPKNDEMCE DAY on Wednesday . 
urj-ie my fdlow Californians to 
display of our National Emblem a 



oi tiie faith of our forebears in 
tiie individual citizen to partici- 
Goodwin J. Kni,-ht, Governor 
the statewide observance of 
July 'i. iy'_.o. I especially 
make tiie fullest appi-oprlate 
and to set aside a brief 



we 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my iiand and caused the Great 
^eal of tlie ijtate of California 
to be affixed tiiis 2yth day of 
June, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-sly . 



Governor of Caiiforn 





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i'xcfUtiDc Bcpartnicnt 

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PROCLAMATION 



indlvirin^i ^V i^esult m economic and social 
individual and group productivity, cause inerflci 
tne advancemcntc of standards of llvint'. This lo 
v?di ?",'' i" ^orlcultural pursuits wS the loss 
alnnni\l P'^^ticipation during peak seasons can ca 
economic losses. Machines have added new life to 

harveltf 'nT''''?'^ '° '°^"^^"'' lands, "^nd'^ave'c 
actlvfff '.o H '"f'^'"'^"^^ ^"d the increased speed o 
accidents "^ '^ multiply the loss of ef 



loss, impair 
ency and retard 

doubly true of 

of one indi- 
use tremendous 

tired acreage, 
ut costs of 
f agricultural 
riciency through 



ai„e. towards oonUnu,. SLre^S^o'La^^^'^S^Sve^lf^L". 

July 2a-2o, 19^^,, as KAHM SAFETY WEEK. T ur^e fh^f fh?i 
be used only to amplify the nece.rlty of dSv sa?eti ""^^^ 
i^r? ultC?'a '1";?^°"' '^' ''^'' ^y this'meLs'^ hirieading 
J^suaJtle- l^^ ,'^" ^■''^'*' '"'^^ "^'""f^*-^^' "^^"^^"^ needless ^ 

LU WITNESS WliEREGF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd day of 
July, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-six. 



v-t;i-rf^< 




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Governor of California 



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pfimiti im I »t\rt.uK, 



Secretary ol^ State 

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p R C L A M A T I Q N 



The pfoblems Involvlnr. the relationship of society 
to its delinquent and criminal elements have long been ol' 
major concern to every civilized nation. While protection 
of society is tne fundamental objective of modern 
correctional programs, increasing attention is being 
directed toward the individual offender in order to conserve 
his talents for the benefit of the entire community, as well 
as for his own future well-being. 

Under tlie American way of life, the importance of 
the individual has always been recognized and respected. Our 
State is nationally recoi^^nized as a leader in the field of 
correctional practices and has consistently demonstrated a 
humane concern for the rehabi Jitation of criminal offenders 
and their restoration as constructive, productive citizens. 

The American Correctional Association, dedicated 
to systematic exploration of the causes and cures of 
delinquency, will sponsor the 86th Annual Congress of 
Correction in Califorriia, and as an expression of official 
concern in their deliberations, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, hereby designate August 26 through 
September 1, 19^6, as CORRECTIONS WEEK in California. I urge 
my fellow Californians to avail themselves of this occasion 
to gain broader knowledge and deeper understanding of the 
work of our State Department of Corrections and the many 
individuals, societies and official agencies cooperating 
in the various phases of rehabilitation, conservation and 
reclamation of those who have committed offenses against the 
public peace and safety. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be 
affixed this 17th day of 
July, A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty -Six, 




/of Calif(^nla 



ATTEST : 

Secretary ot^^tate 



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PROCLAMATION 



California has been blessed with many treasures. The 
aesthetic and economic advantages which we en.Joy have attracted 
to our State thousands upon tliousands of new people over the 
years. By fur the greatest of these resources is to be found 
in the talents, the Imagination and the potential value as 
citizens of our young people. 

'rh(> Calll'ornia Congrca.s of Parents and Teachers, with 
its affiliated community units, has from its Inception fostered 
a dynamic concern for the education and character development 
of California's youth. Tlicy hav<? worked consistently and 
tirelessly to attain sound scliool building and teacher recruit- 
ment programs to meet the expanding educational needs of our 
State. 

The members of the PTA have been equally dedicated in 
helping to meet other community problems which directly affect 
our children and youth. Thi^lr conttM but Ions to general public 
efforts in such matters are of great Importance, bringing a 
wealth of understanding and enthusiasm, based on long, effective 
experience in working with the boys and girls of California, 
Into these endeavors. 

In appreciation of the tremendous public services 
of the California Congress of Parents and Teachers and its 
individual members, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governut- of California, 
proclai.Ti Gctob'?r 7-13, 19''^6 , as PAHKNT-- TEACH KH WKEK throughout 
California. I urge all the people of our State to acquaint 
themselves with the fine record established by the PTA and 
tc give the fullest possible support to that organization in 
their respective communities. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

sot my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th day of 
August, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




. J{. /a>w-wC/~" 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: (^j^^^,^^ h^,^*C 



Secretary 



State 



V. 



^y^^ 



ffAl.TKH 0. STLiTI.KH 

Ui|ul>' o'-.-rota: y of i-'lnto 



FILED 



^i»ttd im rtiirriBMit i^tTr ►hktik* er»trB 



uf lK« Sl«t« of C ■lifarnl* 



rlv, 



AUG 7 -■ 1956 
{RANH M. JOtOAN. Semhry Of Sit^ 

^y —^ — 

Deputy 






i. o 



^xmm Bcparrnicnt 

^rjtf of (Taliforiiij 



PHOCLAMATI 



FILED 

^^ AUG .i - ]95s 11 

"W^f^M;. JORDAN, $ecrel.;is,a,e 







/. T 



Ifeglmentatlon and reorp«!c?ion ^r , . / 
women are charactorlGtic of a?l^^n h ^ ? working men af(d 
nations under oonmunlltL anftoLtitl'^lT^ "^'"^ ciomlnate 
contrast, American '.vori-ers hL« ^ ^ "^^^^ control. By 
sustained their rl ^ht fo^ ^^ve develo^.ed and vigorously 
initiative as weu'a^ ohv^i^^ Individual Incenuity and 
labor. ^'^ ^" Physical strength to their productive 

superior quallty\nd' wISL- consn, '''' '^"^ '° ^^^^ generally 
or the American ecoomifsv"?e,nr.''f''^^'^^''"^ "'' ^'^e products 
Poor wori<manship is alwayf co^t ,i ^f <^^»^tional competition, 
even thou-h the workers them-.Tu^' because of its inefficiency 
has been repeatedly de'onstraSdln''rh ^°°''t^ compensated. J?''' 
good work will coaunand a fair price. '"^""^^ "^ ^^^'^^ ^^^^ 

American success! °Thrver?: ^o^nd^t" '°r '' ^^^ ^^ or 
based solidly upon the S-beinr the hi ^^ ^^^ °^ ^^^^ ^^ 
intelligence and the dvn^nw^ I^'"? ^^® happiness, the 
earner. ^ '"'"'' dynamic patriotism of the American wage 

Senius, l/aSoSwif J? Knl^T"aotT''''\°' '^'^^^'^^" productive 
proclaim UNION LABEL. ww"?h» *^°^^^"°r of California, herebv 

the traditional ^nuaffbseriar^e°nf> ?«^ ^'^^^' commenS^^'L 
September 3, and extending to qnnff k^°"'^ ^'^^^ Monday, ^ 
period, r urge my feOow Lufor^i^'l^^L^.; '^^^^ °"^^"S that 
wl.n tne place and pui-pose 01 th^llnf to become more familiar 
and economic systems of o^ ktion^ ^" ^^^ ^"^^^^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

cJtrr. f^ ?^' *=^^ State of 

9?h iav"or A° ^^ ^^^^^^'^ this 
jui day of August, A. D 

^??tj-six!"' Nine'Hund?ed and 





AITEST : 



^' 



Secretary Sof ^tate 




Governor'of Callforn'ia f 



V uf- NTAIV 






•-&;] 



^xccutiuc Bcpartnicnt 

<$>tatc or (Ijiifornij 



PHOCLAMATION 



Thousands of men and women have sacrificed their 
lives and futures to bring strength, dlcnity and security to 
individual citizenship in our Republic. From them all Americans 
have inherited the sacred privilege of personally participating 
In the affairs of their own government. 

With tills heritage we have accepted an Inflexible 
obligation to preserve and defend it. There is no abstract 
guarantee that the rights we en.Ioy, having been won so dearly, 
will endure unless we exercise them with vigor and Intelligence. 
Judicious use of the ballot is a basic responsibility which 
t be faithfully discharged in the preservation of our way of 



Th 
mu 
life. 



partisan affiliation 
opportunity occurs, 
that the electors in 
an election. Noting 
upon which voters in 



It is the duty of every citizen, regardless of 



or personal interest, to vote whenever the 
In order to qualify to vote, it is required 
our .'Jtate be officially enrolled prior to 
that September I3, 1956, is the final date 
California may qualify to vote in the 
General Election on November 6, 1956, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, hereby proclaim September 6-I3, ig^S, 
as REGISTRATION WEKK in California and I urge my fellow citizens 
to be especially diligent during that period to determine if 
they are properly registered and otherwise qualified to exercise 
their sovereign franchise in November. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th day of 
August, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-olx. 




> r— -#-/•/, <^'^-t. .-• 



^ 



^ -. 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 




*?l r >l*JTINf; ofn 



— -- « 



$xcnitit)c ©cpartincnt 

State of Californu 



PROCLAMATION 



PeopJt.' In coiiimunitloH throughout California are 
currontly or,;anizin); in dynamic oooperative voluntary 
campaigns to rally effective support for hundreds of 
philanthropic, civic and recreational services designed 
to strengtiien our homes and provide constructive guidance 
for our young people. 



United Cru 
are given 
crippled c 
treatment, 
therapy in 
aged are 1 
their esse 
receive su 
are helped 
responsibi 



Thi'ouj^h the benefio 
sade;', and Coiiiiiiunlt.v 
care and affection 
hildron and adults 
pliysically handica 
rehabilitation, se 
ncreased, families 
ntial unity, indivi 
ccor, v\fliile tens of 
to f.row into const 
lo citizens throU);h 



ent programs of United Funds, 

Chests, dependent children 
in foster homes, ill and 
receive vitally necessary 
pped receive training and 
curity and comfort for the 
are aided in maintaining 
duals in temporary distress 

thousands of boys and girls 
ructive, self-reliant, 
various youth organizations. 



In appreciative recognition of the time and 
effort freely and generously expended by thousands of my 
fellow Calif ornlans in this fine humanitarian endeavor, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim 
September, October and November, 19^6, as COMMUNITY CHEST 
AND UNITED FUND TIMK in our state. I am confident the 
ceople of California will give the fullest possible 
assistance to their friends and neighbors who are actively 
•A-crking to insure the success of these campaigns, in order 
that the splendid enterprises thus financed may thrive and 
grow. 



WHKHEOF, 
■"" .fat.- 




IN WITNESS 

Of 'tn'e''s!;'a^e'ftT 
affixed this 10th 
A.D. One Thousand 



I have hereunto set 
' L '* ill'iUl ' Pllcl IL 



Fifty-Six. 




day of August, 
Nine Hundred and 



Governor of California 

r\ 

In th" rK'.- j' ff,e •„. f«i„ry of Stotn 
of ih« Still* of Colifof n'Q 

FR.W!:M. JORDAN, Sccrctjty c! :i4c 



frtntfi »• »*!*♦«• 




£xECUtiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of dalifornia 



PROCLAMATION 



People in ooinmunltlcs throughout California are 
currently organizing in dynamic cooperative voluntary 
campaigns to rally effective support for hundreds of 
philanthropic, civic and recreational services designed 
to strengthen our homes and provide constructive guidance 
for our young people. 



Throut'.li the benef 
United Crusades and Communi 
are given care and affect lo 
crippled children and adult 
treatment, physically handl 
therapy in rehabilitation, 
aged are increased, famille 
their essential unity, indi 
receive succor, while tens 
are helped to grow into con 
responslblle citizens throu 



ioent programs of United Funds, 
iy Chests, dependent children 
n In foster liomes, ill and 
s receive vitally necessary 
capped receive training and 
security and comfort for the 
s are aided in maintaining 
viduals in temporary distress 
of thousands of boys and girls 

tructive, self-reliant, 
gh various youth organizations. 



In appreciative recognition of the time and 
effort freely and generously expended by thousands of my 
fellow Calif ornians In tills fine humanitarian endeavor, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim 
iJeptember, October and November, 19'j6, as COMMUNITY CHEST 
AND UNITED FUND TIME In our state. I am confident the 
people of California will give the fullest possible 
assistance to their friends and neighbors who are actively 
working to Insure the success of these campaigns, in order 
that the splendid enterprises thus financed may thrive and 
grow. 

IN WITNESS vmEREOF, I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal 
of tne State of California to be 
affixed this 10th day of August, 
A.D. One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-Six. 




/■ 



/ k'-yx^f-^L/h.,^ 



Governor of California 
ITEST: 'V^^r^c-t/H ty^i.-^U i^<- 

sFc h4i €?Oo f '^'t ate 

of IhJ. Sinle o( Colilotn'o 

A'.i'.i I I '"^^'S 
FR.WK M. JCra,\.N, Secretary e! 



frtntfd in < 




%tA\t miN-riNC orricB 



m 



35xefutit)c Brpartmcnt 

.5»tatc of dalifoniia 



P K tJ C L A M A T I N 



'Kvery citizen may freely speak, write and 
publish hlG sentiments on all subjects, being responsible 
lor tno abuse of that rljTht; and no laiv shall be passed to 
restrain or abrid,;o the liberty of speech or of the press." 

o r^ -,.<. ^''f^'^ ^'^'-'^'- "°'^'^" ^'"- Constitution of tne State 
pi ^'^l^^f'^^la defines the fundamental ri,-hts of its people, 
itie ri,.^ht,s of Individual fror t;poech and oi" a rn-p press 
are intor-dependont. and Lniiefiai-able. 

The American press is free. It must remain 
untrammeled because it must bo able to report on rovern- 
montal processes and procedures wltliout fear of retaliation, 
mo press Is tue ultimate representative of the citizen and 
a responsible citizen suould always be well Informed in 
order to be an effective instrument for the preservation 
and strenr:th(?nlnr: oC our Aimu'lcan institutions. 

In accordance witii custom, I, Goodwin J, Knlt'ht, 
Governor ol California, proclaim October i-B. 1956 
NKW^JPAPER WKKK throurJ.out our .tate. During tils period 
1 am confident tnat each conununVty newspaper in California 
Will rededicate itself to the fait >ful discharge of its 
tremendous responsibility In evaluating and reporting on 
governjnent and coiiununity affairs. With his constitutional 
fieedom, t.ie editor has an obligation to make sure th- news 
is presented in tne public interest honestly, accurately 
^"J/r ^^^^y ^^ possibl,^. Headers, too, nave an Implied 
a.ty to study, analyze and act intelligently upon the facts 
and opinions presented to them in their newsoapers. Writer 
and reader snare equally in the benefits and' responsibilities 
attendant unon a L'rcc press in a free nation. 

WITNh'y^J rtfHiiHl'OF, I iiave noreunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2Ytii day of 
Auc-.ust, A. D. One Tiiousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




^/^, 



Governor of Calli'ornla 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of^x^yato 



FILED 

In the effic* of tfi« 8«(T«tijry nf Stat* 
ot fh« Stot« of Cnl<toni>a 

Alif, 2.-' 1956 
... fRANK M. JOROAH 5ecre1ar/ cf Xl^ 



O.'O 



/ ^y 



^pjccutiDc Bcpartiiicnt 
;5tGtt or djliforiiij 



H H U C L A M A T I N 



Amid the magnificent bounty wltli wnlch our 
nation has been endoW(^d. oiir [';reatest resource by far 
is our youth. Chlldr-en and youny people give value and 
moaning to all the other treasures which are ours. 



.V(^ aro on th(< thrfji 
and it 1 i3 appropriate that pu 
thi^ importance of protectlnc; 
our Ktate. Parents, teachr-rf! 
fact, all adulta have a j'-.tnve 
and enooui'a,!;!' vounc; pc^ople In 
practices in traffic, on the 
room and at home. There is a 
us to provirie favorable impre 
practloln," caro and courtesy 
■iccident prevetitJon. 



iiold of another 
blic attention 
and conservinr, 
, public offlo! 
i'esf)ons 1 bil I ty 
jjound personal 
playground, in 
Iso an obligati 
ssions in this 
so essi-ntlal to 



sci'.ool year 
be called to 
the youth of 
als and, In 

to Instruct 

safety 
the class- 
on on all of 
regard by 

effective 



Noting the pressing need for stricter adiierence 
to safety rules generally and for greater mindfulness of 
the security and rights of others, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, iiereby proclaim September 2-9, 
1956, to be CHILD oAFKTY WKKK In our state. 

IN WITNKl^ii iVHEHEOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused tne Great 
Meal of the State of California 
to b(> affixed tills 30th day of 
August, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-six. 




Governor of Calirornia 




-" C.HAS J/ MA<*i&PTy/ 



FILED 

In Ihe office of iSt 5i-. f ttory of Sl«t» 
of lh«Sttit«of Coliii-ii« 

AUG ;:•' 1956 
FR/\N'' M. JO!?DAS, Secretary cl State 




^Kruotic department 

^tm of djiiforiiu 



-m 



PHOCLAMATION 



is the maLntonancc 
our United states. 



The paramount Interest 



or peace with sLur^ Ur°^''] Americans 
-- .i.nir,cant-to S ^^^^^^^^ ^^^e^' 

3nds 



upon ti 



she 



re 



A -I,^nUM.can pa^t c f nat\on'J' ^"^^^"^^ °^ °^= 
> Individual cJti7en and tht ^^ survival depem 
-^ondc to tiie need^ "- ""^""''^ i" which he 



or 



^omethin,: wiUch canT do?e?ater°"um'^'"''- " ^^ "ot 
civil defense the resuUvin ^e i i" ^ ^^''^^^^^ ' vibrant 
^tronrer, more self-reliant Lerlca? " °'^ P'^^'^'^' ^ 

lmportance"n'?he'nre'parednes' tTi"^"" ^^ ^'^^^^ o^^ their 
Therefore, I. Goodwin J KnlrHtrnr'^'' °^ °''^ republic. 
Hereby proclaim oeptember V '10^^'^"°'' °^ California, 
throuGhout our State By p^Jtlcinlt- ^^ ^^^IL DEFENSE WEEK 
programs, my fellow Californraio^wf ?t"£' ^" "'^^ ^^^^^ Defense 
tunity to learn how to nrote^ri ^\''^ ^'•^V'^" ^he opoor- 
and their com.nunitles in anv di. T""^^^"' ^^''^^ famii?L 
caused-and thus help to protecf A, ^7""^^^^^^^ °^ *^"^'-^y 
tiouchts Which have been pu? ?Srw? rf""^' ^'"^ °^ ^^^ 
this observance Is worthv or ,^.°^''fi^ '" connection with 
means to oresert it ?n i consideration, and I take fhi.- 
never need what y^u learn' in^T'^^'," ^^^^^ornla: 'ifyou 
nothin,,; but if Jou ne?o" "J. /I' f^r.n.e, you lose ^ " 
defense, von m!,,-..*- ni^^' •^' '^^ " ''"'^t you need in civil 



you "il)i-ht lose every tliini:,; 



IN WITNl' 



'.oS 




set .vi^^f ^' ^ ''^^^ iiereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
t;oal of tiie state of California 
to be affixed this 5th day o? 

N?nr H^'^^' ^ ^' ^"« Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Pifty-Six. 



Governoi- of Californi 
ec rotary oTfjbtate 








FILED 

©MJte 5tn(«>of CorfofMta '■ 



^KcutiVJC Bcpjrtincnt 

^tatc of California 



? 



In roriuLilatinf; 
Fatliers of our Hopublic o 
They drew upon the experl 
nation but. In the flna 
primarily as Americana, 
combined hardy comnon sen 
and wrougnt a nev/ concept 
among men. 



■ : •■ 1956 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secrelary cf Sl»(e 

PHOCLAMATI ©';^i^.<v^.kcX-<tZl_ 

J -^ I 

our Federal Constitution, the j 
mbarkod upon an uncharted sea. 
enco and wisdom of every age and i 
analysis, they thouc:ht and worked 
In their devoted labors they 
se with the loftiest idealism, 
of responsible popular government 



for ach 

progres 

in the 

challen 

courage 

manifo 

generat 

dynamic 

static 



A nation's creatness is measured by its potential 
levement in the present, and nothing facilitates its 
3 more than an appreciative awareness of achievement 
;'ast. It is iiiiportanl. that we approacli today's 
.■ies with the spirit and example set for us by the 
oua men who compiled our basic law. It v/as their 
t intent, borne out in the practice of succeeding 
ions, that our Constitution should be a positive, 
instrument for liuman progress; never an antique, 
fetisli of a di'-ad past. 



Finn in the faitli that our Constitution is capable 
of standinc tlie test of today and tomorrow as it has stood 
the tet;t oi' yesterday, I, Gf>odwln .1. Knl(.',ht, Governor of 
California, proclaim iieptember 17, ly'jb, the loyth anniversary 
or th<^ sli:;ning of that immortal document, as CONSTITUTION DAY 
in our State. The period of September 16-23, iy'^>'J, is hereby 
designated as AMKHICAK CITIZKNSllIP WiiKK, during wliicii the 
people of Caliroi-nia ax'e urged to refresh their dedication 
to the spirit and purpose implicit in Americanism through 
support of and participation in such programs as "I Am An 
American Day," "Citizenship Days," and similar patriotic 
observances. Particularly in this year of national decision 
it is Imperative that all Americans — native and naturalized 
alike — take careful inventory of their rights and obligations 
as citizens in order that we may continue, united and strong, 
a people grateful to God for the bountiful blessings which 
He has bestowed upon us. 



IN WITN1':SS WHKHhXJF, I have hereunto 

set my liand and caused tlie Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to bo affixed this oth day of 
;'>i>ptemb<;r, A. 0. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




'^^ i'l . >2l-i- 






/■ 



Governor of Callfo 
ATTEST: a.V^. -^ /,. -^ 

Secretary of iiiate 



ifortla ' 



e-L M.^J -mas. - t ^ p^ 



^xccutiDc department 

ir»tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



California has lonR recognized that the broadest 
possible franclilse It; essential to the effectiveness of 
truly repreccntutivo covcrnmont. Because of this, our state 
pioneered in providing processes whereby citizens neces- 
sarily absent from their home community or otherwise unable 
to go to their official precinct pollinc place on election 
day could cast their votes as citizens of our state and 
nation. 

It is .>stimatc(i timt 1YH,000 Californluns are 
on active duty with the Aniied Forces of our republic and 
will be absent from their home precinct areas on the day 
of the next general election. California election laws 
provide simple, efficient means whereby Its sons and 
daughters in national military or naval service can exercise 
their nost precious right of citizenship. 

I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby oroclalm September 23-30, 1^56, as SERVICEMEN'S 
VOTING i/KKK throughout our State. I ur^e all civic, 
fraternal and political organizations to undertake programs 
to apprise the men and women from California in the Armed 
Forces of the method whereby they may secure and cast their 
ballots for the November 6 election. I further suggest that 
community-minded citizens personally write to those in the 
uniforms of our defense establishment, urging them to write 
their County Clerks, l^egLstrars of Voters or the Secretary 
of State for Culifornia In order that they do not needlessly 
forfeit their sacred privilege of choice. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th day of 
September, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




Governor of Califorriyf 



ATTEST : 




FILED 



In iKb ttl^et! of fhf Sf *f •»o'-y of Slaf» 
of th* Sfn'e o* CoH^&mio < rt 

SLP::in956 



FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary qf^te 



^ (y / J / 



cretary ylt^i 
•So i> i'-i 



--m 



^Kcutitic Bcpartmcnt 

iotatf of California 



PHOCLAMATION 



oar ^ n, f^'^-^ordluff to the State Plro Marshal's office, 
5^1 Callfornlans perished In home fires In our state last 
year. The national losK of human life due to fire Is 
estimated to he in exeer.r, of 12,000 annually and property 
loss throuf^hout the United States during ly'j5 exceeded a 
billion dollars. 



At this 
larly reminded of 
in the protection of 



season of tiie year, too, we are particu- 
the urgent need for vlp;llant precautions 
our frreat forests, wild life and water 
led arear, ar;al.nst th.' ravaj-cs of that dreaded element. 



„, . '^ils tragic and dreadful toll must be curtailed. 
I his can be accomplished throufih the consistent practice 
ol adequate fire prevention and control metiiods. Fire 
prevention programs are important to every community and 
every family. They should bo the concern" of all our people i 



to the de 
emphasize 
our homes 
I, Goodwi 
proclaim 
state. I 
groups ; 
public in 
to share 
annual ob 




In order that public attention will be directed 
stnictive force of uncontrolled fire and to 

the importance of eliminating fire hazards in 
, public buildings and commercial establislimentr., 
n J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby 
October 7-13, 19%, FIRE PREV1-;nTI0N WEEK in our 

urge public officers; business, labor and farm 
ivic and fraternal organizations; the various 
formation media; schools and individual citizens 
in actively furthering the purposes of this 
servance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to b(- affixed this 24th day of 
September, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 



<iU-i-^u^^^ f /w^-^ 



ATTEST: 



Governo' 



/' 



r of CaliforAiii 



tilmttJ i, < iiiri.oii. >>•)• >• 



Secretary of ^tate 

FILED 

In rtie office af th« ^wciviary v* Srot* 
of th» ^tot* of Cottloinio 

:Hi"' 195G 

FRANK M. JOBDAN, Secrelary cf Mi 






^xccutiDc Department 

StJtc of Califuriiia 



PROCLAMATION 



Around the fl^'iure of John RodrigueG Cabrlllo, 
the discoverer of California, has developed a proud 
tradition of patriotism and service on the part of 
Americans of Portuguese ancestry whose contributions to 
the d'^velonment of our state have been manifold, significant 
and ondurlnji. 

Historians have laid f.reat strf'ss on the noble 
character of Cabrlllo; on his courage, l.c benevolence, 
his tremendotis talent and his abiding faith. His life 
was indeed exemplary, well worthy ol' emulation. 

The spirit which carrl'-d Cabrlllo and his 
companloni; Into prlmltLvo California in l'i42 in the face 
of adverse elements and under circumstances which tested 
to the utmost tiio qualities and abilities of these intrepid 
men is the sam«' spirit wiilch has accounted for so much of 
the unprecedented growth and development of California since 
then. 

In accordance with Legislative mandate, I, 
Goodwin J. KnlRht, Governor of California, do proclaim 
September 28, VJ^b , to be CABRILLO DAY, calling the 
attention of my fellow Callfornians to the discovery of 
our state by John liodrlgues Cabrlllo and encouraging their 
participation In appropriate pror;rams commemorating this 
Important anniversary. 

IN WITNESS WHliRKOP, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 25th day of 
September, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 







\, 



-m 



3:xccutii)c Bcpartincnt 

:^t.it( of (Ealiforiiia 



PROCLAMATION 



Thet'e are thousands ol" ambitious, talented, 
energetic Anioricans v;ho, either from birth or as the 
i^rsult of accldoiit, hav(? sut'Tori'd physical handicap. 
It should bo borne in mind that, except for disability 
in a strictly limited area, these people are perfectly 
normal in every other way. 

They ai'c (entitled to tlie chance of a fair trial 
to establish themselves as self-reliant, independent and 
econDmicallv ni'oducttlve worker;;. Handicapped men and 
v/omcn in the main do not seek nor want symnathy from tnose 
more favored. All they ask Is an opportunity to success- 
fully do a Job they are capable of doi.ig. 

Kxhaustive scientific surveys have established 
that handicapped workers selected solely on the basis of 
their ability and qualifications are at least equal, and 
In some cases supt^rior, to non-handicapped vjorkers in 
similar employment from a standpoint of efficiency and 
production. While they frequi.-ntly need help in finding 
Jobs, once tiiey become adjusted to their employment they 
are able to hold tiieir jobs and to progress to better 



It is fitting that a period be set aside 
a year to n>mlnd us of the right of every American 
equal opportunity for independenct 
this end, I, Goodwin J. 
hereby proclaim October 



HANDICAPPKD WKKK in our 
remind all Californians 
employment pro;':i\ims for 



once 
to an 
and happiness. To 
Knight, Governor of California, 
Y-13, 19^6, as EMPLOY THE PHYSICALLY 
otate. I take this occasion to 
that rehabilitation and productive 
tiie handicapped are not only 
commendable philanthropy, they are sound economics. A 
rehabilitated disabled person in gainful employment becomes 
a taxpayer and a constructive citizen, a positive force to 
his employer and to his conununity. 

.VITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused tiie Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2 ith day of 
September, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




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State of California 



PROCLAMATION 



Before written history, bards, psalmists and 
minstrels k«'pt alive; in the minds of mankind the feats 
of the mir.hty, the wisdom of the sage and the commandments 
of God to las creatures. Their sa(';as, their proverbs and 
their senv.ons v;ere not to venie and rhytlim in order that 
they could be more readily remembered and understood. 

Throurrh the ap;er., poetry has provided inspiration 
ror the futui-e In tlii> lays of past r;loi'y and of sublime^, 
abstract human aspirations. Poetry exalts, delights and 
adorns our society. The poet Shelley defined it as "the 
i^ecord of the bi;st and liappiest moments of tlie happiest 
and best minds. " 

Kecoiinizing the creat, subtle Influences of the 
poetic muse upon our society and its culture, I, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Gov(n'nor of California, hereby proclaim October 15, 
1956, PGKTHY DAY in our State. I urge my fellow Californians 
to lend every possible encouragement to poetic talent among 
their families, friends and neighbors, with particular 
attention to tiie latent abilities of young people, in order 
that this art fonn may continue to have vigorous vitality 
in making its significant contributions to our nation's 
heritage. 

IN WITNKSt; WHKHEOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
;;.>al of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2^3th day of 
Se|)tember, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




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RANK M. JOliDAN, Societary i.f State 



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PHOCLAMATI 



■ ' I 19'.::6 
HIANK M. JOK'DAX, Sicr«t*fy itjitalo 

oviM-ninent of the United States 
climax in humanity's lon.^ 
ami rlcupotlc pow<^r of tyrantr., 
in popular sovereignty, it 

d with powerful opponents who 
and who aggressively contended 

lopmcnt. 



When tho federal t 
came Into boinf., it marked a 
struf;Kle to curb the corrupt 
Created as a bold oxperlment 
has thrived in i world fille 
bef^rudged its very existence 
acalnst its pror,rossiv(^ d<>ve 

Survival for ov<^r .i -;..'iitury and a half in the 
face of such determined opposition is an eloquent testi- 
monial to the wisdom and foresight of the founderr. of our 
republic. Without sacrificing Its original form and intent, 
our American Union has outlived literally scores of 
vlrorouslv antaf^onistic alternative plans which have been 
tried and found wanting In other parts of the world. 

The ultimate respon.Tibility for maintaining the 
dynamic energy and efficiency of our goy..rnmcnt is vested 
in the people, and to give added emphasis to these obliga- 
tions. I. Goodwin .1. Knight, Governor of California, 
nroclainV Tuesday, OctobeS 23, ^^^'^ as UNITED STATES DAY 
throurrhout our state. I remind my follow Calif ornians that 
it is 'their nrlvilege and duty to be informed concerning 
th° conduct of their government and to exemplify its Dasic 
principles in their own individual political activities 
and participation in civic affairs. Only through the 
patriotic concern of all Americans can we keep our nation 
strcrr, united and free, enabling us to extend effective 
friendship to other peoples and nations dedicated to the 
cause of human dignity and individual liberty. We should 
nver be alert to the fact that the alternatives to the 
basic philosophy underlying our American institutions are 
chaotic anarcliy and repressive despotism. 

IN WITNESS WHPIREOP, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st day of 
October, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




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FRANK [.1. iO!!OAN, Secrolary cf Stale 




PROCLAMATION 



I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT. Governor of the State of 
'California, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will 
be held throuchout this State on Tuesday, the sixth day of 
Novembe". Tv.n. (t w),lch the foUowlnp; offices are to be 
filled: 

Thirty-two electors of Prer.ldent and Vice-President of 
th^' United States; 

One United States Senator; 

RepreDontatlve.'D to the Congress of the United States 
from ear-), nf 11,. thirty oonr:resslonal districts of the 
State; 

State Senators from each of the following twenty 
r.enatorlal districts of the State; First, Third, Fifth, 
Seventh, Ninth, Eleventh, Thirteenth, Fifteenth, Seven- 
teenth; Nineteenth; Twenty-first; Twenty-third; Twenty- 
'■'Ifi-l". '^v.-.'nty-Reventh; Twenty-ninth, Thirty-first, Thlrty- 
*th' • Irty-fifth; Thirty-seventh; Thirty-ninth; 

Member of the Assembly from each of the eighty assembly 
districts of the State; 

One Aiisof^late Justif^^' oi' the Supreme Cou'-' •"'- - " ■ "m 
prescribed by law; 

One Associate Justice. District Court of Appeal, First 
Appellate District, Division T\io , for the term prescribed 
by law; 

One Associut.- Justlee, District Court of Appeal, .:, . ..nd 
Appellate District, Division One, for the term prescribed 

One Presiding Justice, District Court of Appeal, Second 
Appellate r)l:;t!Mct, Division Two, for the term prescribed 
by law; 

On-^ Associate Justice, District Court of Appeal, Second 
Appellate District, Division IMo, for the ^--vrf prescribed 
by law; 

Judges of the Superior Court in each of the following 
respective counties of the State, the numbei' '■ ' -d 

\ -^In- -IS follows: 

ALAMEDA - Of fie. ;., . ) ONK 
HUMBOLDT - Office No. 2 ONK 
LOS ANGELAS - Office No. 28 ONE 
PLACER - Office No. 2 ONE 



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oAiN KRANCIcCO - Office No. >J ONE 
SANTA CRU" - ONE 



^-u^-^^'*^;. .?"^*^ other State, county and Judicial district, or j 
other oil Ices as are provided by law to be filled at such ' 
election. 

I <;urther proclaim that at .such election there will also 
be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and 
initiative measures as are required to be so submitted bv 
the Constitution and laws of this State. '-^^^^^^ oy 

(■^iSl Jr,^°fl!~'"''^'^ °r''''.^ ''^'^'^^^ °^ ^'^ Hundred Dollars 
tvlOO) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
^/lolates any of the provisions of Division XIV of the Elec- 
tions Code; the rewards to be paid until the total amount 
hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ¥en 
Thousand Dollars ($10,000). « sum oi jcn 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereunto set mv hand and affix 
o?%??Ser!lij: '^' ''^'^ °' California this firtt'day 





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State of California 



PROCLAMATIO 



FRANK M;,JO!?OAN, Secrefjf, 




We ail recof-nlzo that the world today is divided 
by deeply rooted differences of philosophy and by conflict 
of national Interests. At the same time, there are wide 
and substantial areas of thouj^ht and action which represent 
a lari-^e measure of harmony upon which may be built a solid 
foundation for International cooperation and peace on earth. 

Heallstically, tiiere are many serious obstacles 
to overcome before peace lij secure beyond all threats. 
The United Nations, a voluntary association of sovereign 
nations, has undertaken to deal with ancient confusions 
throuGh united aotion and to aohl.^ve mutual respect for 
one another's problems among its members. 

It is to be hoped that out of the trials and 
errors, the triumphs and the failures of the United Nations 
will eventually evolve international resnect for the majesty 
of the law and for the dlj^nity of tiie Individual. Recog- 
nizing the official participation of the United States in 
this world-wide effort for cooperation between nations and 
peoples, I, Goodwin .1. Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby proclaim Wednesday, October 24, 19'jb, as UNITED 
NATIONS DAY in our state. I remind my fellow Californians 
that the problems faced by the United Nations are human 
problems and are not beyond eventual human control. I urge 
the people of our state to be tolerant of the imperfections 
of the United Nations, and to do their part in "lood faith 
to make it an effective Instrumt^nt for the salvation of the 
world from those who would Impose their selfish will upon 
others through armed force, malicious propaganda or 
economic pressures. 

WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd day of 
October, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 





Governor of CalYfornia 



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^jccutinc Bcpartnicnt 

;c»tatc of ealiforiiia 



1' H C L A M A T I N 



As the home of oliamplons and the site of the 
lust Olympic Games held in thn United States, California 
has keen interest in the progress and the participation of 
American athletes in the Olympic Games at Melbourne, 
Australia, beinc held this year be^iveon November 22 and 
December -'. 

The 193^' United ;:JtateG Olympic athletes will be 
leavin- for the competition from our Pacific shores within 
the next few days, beninnin,-; their tivlp on November 4. 
They will carry with them the best wLsiies of all 
Callfornlans for success in th.' finest traditions of 
American sportsmanship. 

In tribute to these outstandinr; men and women who 
will bo representlnf- our republic in competition against 
the finest athletes from other nations, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim the ueriod of 
October 2" to November 4, Hm, as OLYMPIC WilEk' throughout 
our state. I ur^je the people of California to appropriately 
observe tnis occasion by payin,:^ tribute to our Olympic 
athletes, past and pr'esent, and by displayinf- the' Olympic 
Flag to the fullest possible extent. 



IN WITNKSS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
tieal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2[3th day of 
October, A. D. One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-Six. 







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.vhen Columbus set foot on th.^ 
Acstern Hemlsphprp, history records his 
on the beach and offer fervent 



to kneel 



When 



soil of the 
first act /;as 
thanks to God. 



•r , , ^ ^'■' ^■^'"^ 'i^'pths of til,- tr-Lals at Villev Porrm 

h-,d P,n^. r ^■'';'^'''\;^"^' other proat Americans of the past 

thei^:^ H ° '■\''"' ^"^'"''^ ^^^^ *f^'^ blessings which were 
theirs, how much more have we to be grateful for The 
energy, devotion and patriotism of o2r forebe.S^'have 
Piven us a rich herltape. Th.^lr firm f^ith ^h\^ ^ 
monumental works, developed n]lbe™vuider"?odh 
made our nation .stt^on^ and Croo. ' ^^^^ 

In keoplnp; with tlie sacred traditions of tho 
THANK.SGIVING throurhout our t te ?', ^^ ^ ? ^"^ ^ "^^^ °^ I 

"nsuiu?;:,"?;' ■ '""--•"■^"■in-.tlon!?! program hasC™; ^"' 
tS r!J" f^ t.lirourh «hloh tl.cv will hav,.th.. oppo,-tu"ltv 

IN .VITNh'i;:] WHKRKOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th day of 
October, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




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P I< U C L A M A 



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Aa Individual kno.vledge and understanding of 
our herltaci- as a froc people Increaaes, so does appre- 
ciation of the blessincs we enjoy as Americana. The 
vivid, Innpli lni3 personalltlt-'L;; the dramatic events; the 
thfillln,"; incidents, and t!ie tliousands of triumphs and 
tragedies of our historic past constitute a firm founda- 
<-» ,„ <^ ,,. fervent patriotism In th;- ht.'arts of all of us. 

Or(3anlL;ations suc'n as the Ail-American 
Conference to Combat Comniunlsni have adopted a positive, 
constructive approach to the ideological conflict now 

t:oln : on throu:jhout tlie world bctv/een the governmental 
philosophies of human freedom and tyrannical absolutism. 
It is essential that all Americans recognize the divisive 
tactics of our communistic d(;tractors in pitting group 
aj^alnst ,'^roup and that they actively resist such activity. 

Inaspiuch as the present and its inevitable 
consequence, the future, are the cumulative effects of 
the past, I commend the participants in the All- American 
Conference to Combat Communism for their patriotic fervor. 
In accord with thi.'ir nationwide program, I, Goodwin J. 
Knigiit, Governor of California, hereby proclaim 
November li:'-24, 19'jG, KInIOW YOUH AMERICA WEEK in our state, 
and I urge ny fellow Callfornians to actively cooperate 
in this observance and to do everything possible to insure 
the preservation of the precious freedoms guaranteed to 
every American regardless of race, relit^ion or nativity. 



IN 



ATT|.;o7: ,^ 




WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
oeal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd day of 
November, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Pifty-Six. 



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Governor of California 



ijecretary u^-i5tate 

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F ii C L A M A T 1 I, 



T!u> future Htrerii^th and iL-';curlt.y of our beloved 

republic arc detjondent upon the development cf Intelligence, ! 

skill and knowledf^e in our children and youth. Upon the j 

tralnlnr; v/hlcii they recolvo in their homes. In their I 

churchcL; and in tlieir achooli; will be constructed the i 

character of our nation in tlv.' years ahead. |l 

Dynamic enUL';hL'ii.'d public interoal in education j 
is esGontial to the success of our programs for the develop- 
ment or our youth. l'U'oad]y :;peakinn, (Miiicatlon It; of vital 
personal ImiJortancL; not only to parents, teachers and 
students, but to ovoi-y member of the community. The 
pattern of pro.u'oss in a community is largely determined 
by the direction of its educational system and the interest 
its people take in tiu; Lr schools. 

To encourase the fullest public suppoi't and 
cooperation on behalf of the schools in our commonwealth, 
I, Goodwin J. Knii:;ht, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim November 11-17, 19'.>u, AMKHICAN EDUCATION WEEK 
in our ;jtate. I urge my fellow Calif ornians, individually 
and throu,p:h their various organizations, to acquaint 
them.sclvos with the aim:', achievements and problems of 
their schools and to encourage others to do likewise. In 
order that our boys and girls may have all the advantages 
of the finest educational methods available. 

IN .JITK'EiLiS WHEHEOP, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
oeal of the otate of California 
to be affixed this 2nd day of 
November, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-,3ix. 





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State of £alifoini3 



PROCLAMATION 



Our nation's successful resistance to alien 
dominance and to oppressive tyranny nearly 200 years ap;o 
has been an inspiration and a lodestar to men and women 
throughout tiie world who dream of freedom with dignity 
for their own homeland. 

The p.mple of Hunt-^ary are, at this moment, 
engaged in a determined struggle to secure for themselves 
and for their children the blessings of liberty. They 
face tremendous odds against a ruthless enemy. They need 
help from all people everywhere who believe in the Inherent 
rights of man. 

Orf^anizations within our republic, such as the 
International Rescue Committee headed by Admiral Richard E. 
Byrd and many other illustrious Americans, are now engaged 
In campaigns to provide moral, financial and physical 
assistance to the embattled Hungarians. 

Recalling the course of human events which 
compelled our forefathers to establish ours as a free 
nation, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
hereby proclaim Sunday, November 2S, 19*36, as FREE HUNGARY 
DAY in our state. I urge all Calif ornians of every faith 
to offer commemorative prayers in their respective places 
of worship on that day or on a day otherwise appropriate 
in behalf of the thousands of brave, patriotic Hungarians 
who have given their lives in the sacred cause of human 
freedom. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 

set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th day of 
November, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six. 




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Secretary oC^tate 



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RiANUi JORDAN, Secretary of SMe 

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FRANK H lOPDAN. Secretary 0/ a« 






one hunared and sixty-five years ago our 
forefathers rococni^cd the need for ^"[^"^J^f^f Certain 

the "Bill of Rights," 

Todav wo Americans find many of these amendments 
incorporated !nU our everyday life ""'-f.J^.f i^f/^'^'" 

frr,J.\X The First covers the four freedoms --from 
want fro; fear, of speech and assembly. Today we are 

rlcht . 

It is tlieroforc significant that we should 
..view our "BiU V' «W.t|;; -;J/o-=ure our e ve.^that^ 

S;rL^rp'recloSsToss^s^'iir,s"irorr\»crica„ Heritage. 
I„ accordance: with thla belief, I. 0""<'"f •'• 

Jr.jrtre'^SJa^nPj^roi the effective d^^^^^ 

rS:,pr^u^r^e ;3£o Tf rnlans to reac.ualnt ^^ 

themselves "^^^^^^'^^^ l^f^J^ f,J ^nd to dedicate themselves 
a bulwark ^^'''^^"^.^^J.^^Vf^^^'Le rights to all mankind; for 
to a program eil extending uncot, ixb"^ 
no peoples can be completely free unless all are free. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
sot my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
5th day of December, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-six. 





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PROCLAMATION 



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M,!^ .,-.( I ' '-'^^-'i^^ishmenl, of courts during the birth 

this iiallun rcpreoentcd a protection of one of our 

ic ircedoma. Today, an in the past 27-^ years, we have 

din-Sren^f ior'^'" '" ''^ '^'"""^^^" '^^"^p'^ '- 'alee tho?r 
dillorences betoi-o a magistrate of law. There are tliose 
in the wor.d todny who would like to see that this 
priviiece is taken away from us. It is therefore r.ccessarv 
that we re-appraise the contributions our courts ni^ke^ 
i-o .jui' ucniucralic way i.f .1 ii'r, 

durinr the^o^^V^'L^^i^^'f ™^''' ""^ ''^''^ ^'^'""^ " necessary 
cmrinc t,ic past decade to reorganize our court structure 

pCp-aatf.n" Tm\ '"" '""^"'^ "^ ^ ^^Pi^ly increasinc 
population. Mve years ago tiie Munlcioai Court went 

through a complete metamorphosis that increased its 
pti fv m"""^, V ^'"^ citL;:ens uf our State. Today there 
?ie4^^MSoiri^''""^^^^"\'^'' '"^ J^^Gcs in Callf^rnS. 
o case: tlil n'^n'Y^r''-''^^''^ ''^"^^^ ^ tremendous calendar 
oi caseo that come belore tnem, but their Job extends 
lurther than findlnr^s and sentences. Each'ls a leader 
In tr.e c.m.munity, attemptine to further the proFress 
TnTmT''''' infractions of tl:e law. Their tisf Lsnever 

n , n In view oi' tlie iiiiin>rtant part tiie Municloal 
Court plays in the communities uf this State? i^aSodwin 
ueriod^ r'T^^''^""!" ■" ^'^^^^'^-^-^a, hereby proclaim the 
our State tlT?' '' '^^V \ ^" '^'UNICIPAL CUUHT WEEK in 
our State, and I urge my fellow citizens to visit the 
courts and learn of their structure and operation, and 
I xurtner urge that all Californlans becoL acquainted 
wxoh tnexr magistrates wno sit on tliese courts, and 
icali^e tue great responsibilities that tliey held in 
the communities. "* 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have iiereunto 
set my hand and caused tiie 
Great SeaJ of the State of 
Califoi-nia to be affixed this 
12tli day of December, A.D., 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred and 
.-. Klfty-si::. 

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FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of State 



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^tatc or Calirornij 



PROCLAMATION 



Tlie rirst Chamber of Commerce was established 
in California in I85I and was responsible for the initiation 
of a great service to Industry, commerce and the communities 
of our State, Today there are u21 independent city ciiambers 
throughout the Gulden State tiiat are playing an exemplary 
part in the progress of the cummunities. Were tnese 
Ciiambers to operate Individually, there Wuuld exist a 
bofcle-necv in the duties that they perform. With the 
organization of the State Chamber of Commerce,, tlie efforts 
of all ciiambers are being steered Into a common project. 



It is tills type of cooperati 
cities that has given California the r 
the most progressive State. National 
recognizing the potentialities of plac 
in the State; problems between tliese i 
communities in which they settle are b 
tl;roughi tiie local Chambers of Commerce 
leaders are continually called on to a 
growth of their areas. These civic du 
absorbed iiy liie chambers are wox^thy til 
recognition. 



on between the 
■eputation of being 
industries are 
ing their operations 
iidustries and the 
eing ably handled 

local civic 
id in guiding the 
ties that are being 
our continual 



Therefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby ()roclaim tlie week of February 3 
through y as CItAMiEh' oP COMMERCE WEEK, and I urge my 
fellow Californians to become acquainted with the operation 
of their local chambers and to take an active part in 
the notewtirthy i7ori; that tliey are doing. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
19th day of December, A. D. 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Kifty-Slx. 





4^ j^'^L 

Secretary of State 



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1)1 C 1 !) 195t) 
Wm% JORDAN. Secretary g( Sate 



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^xcnititic Bcpartmcnt 

State of dalifornia 



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STATE OP DISASTER 



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V/HEREAS, the lav;s ol" the State of California 
empovjer the Governor to proclaim a Stale of Dlsaste. ^ i 

ai'ca or re;-.lon of this State affected, or likely to be 
•1 !' "Of t . .i . 1,, i ..ain condl t ! (>:., ,,.;i:,i'' (■ '. i ; -v persons 

:\v.\ (jiupcrty v.'lthin the State. whUai proclahi.ti. Lir; :"-ill be 
Ml v.M'itinc and r.liall tukc^ effect Immediately ui)Oii I'..:: 
1 3.'u:uioc : and 

WHEREAS, it ir, provided hy lav; that during a State 
of Disaster- tlie Director of the Calli'oi'uia Disastej' office 

nali act a:; the coorditiator of all State disaster activities 
In connection v;lth siicli emer-.';ency , and every State agency 
and officer snail cooperate wltii the Director in rendering 
ill po:-..-. " M ■ ■ -uis 1 Stance; and 

WHKKKAS, It Is further' provided by law t,hat during 
a SVa'io of Disaster, when the need arisen for outside aid in 
■::,.' county, city arid Couii'.. . ''Ity vjitliln the region, sucli 

a '. a shall be rendered In accordance vjltli tlie mutual aid plan 
developed on a re.^lonal, ai'oa, oi' other basis; and that it 
shall be t lie duty of local public officials to comply vjlth 
such plans: and 

WHEREAS, I, as GoviM-noi' nf i he State of California. 
..'. ■ 'jund and do hereby find: 



^Kcutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 

i. 'I'iiai. roi>dltloiu5 o!" fxl.i-eme peril to t,he safety 
or persons and property within lliit- Slate have arisen and 
now exist as a result of major and v;ldespread flref^ v;hlch 
have occurred and which are still burnlnj; In a lar,;- _..^a 
v.'lthln Los AOi^oles Count.y; 

. . .i:a! tiie Governor iiar. been requented to proclaim 
a o.ate of Disaster tliereln by the Chairman of the Board of 
Superxisors ol' the County of [,os Anyeles; 

'I'iiat local authority In directly affected 
areas is inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions 
of extreme peril by reason ol" their magnitude, which places 
them beyond tlie control of tiie protective services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of any sin.Ue county, city and 
county, Oi' >: I t.. . and requires the combined I'ovcr-r. <'■ , 
mutna 1 -•! Id r'ei^ion or re;;ions to combat; 

h. Tiiat the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril | 
warrant and necessitate tlie proclamation oi' the existence I 

of a State of Disaster: 

NOW, THERETORR, 1, Goodv;in J. Kni-iit, Governor 
of the State of California, by vli'tue of the i)Oweir. and 
-iutnorlty vested In me by the Constitution and laws of this 
State, do hereby proclaim I hat a State of Dlsasster exists 
In the County oi' Los An^';eles ; 

I direct tliat this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
proclamation be filed In the office of tlie Secretary of State 



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£xccutit)c Bcpartmcnt 

3t3tc or Caliroriiia 

of CalifoiTiJa. .-ind tnal, v;ldospreaci publicity and notice be 
given to Mils proclamation. 

IJ' .;TTNE3S VJHEREOF, T have hereunto set my hand 
jl and caused the fJroat Seal oV the State of California to be 
•iTixed : p.m. this ?7th day of December, IS^^o. 



uui t.-j'nor oi' C ilifcWiia 



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^xccutiDc Bcpartnicnt 

Stare of ealifornia 



Pi^OCLAMATION 
of a 

statp: of disaster 







WHKRliAS, the laws of the State of Cillfornia 
empower the Govci-nor to pi/oclalni a State of Dir.aster In an 
;ire-, or re,.:ion of thir. State anVu-.l-cLi , or likely to be 
^.r:^■ ••.oci, by cei-taln conditions of extreme peril to persons 
ana property vilthin the State, which proclamation shall be 
•n v.rlt ' i r.hall take effect immediately upon its 

issuance; and 

vmEREAS, It is provltied by law that durln.- a State 
of Disaster tiie Director of the Ctlifornia Disaster office 
shall act, ar-, the coordinator of all State disaster activities 
in connection with such emerj^ency, and every State agency 
and oj'ficei' shall cooperate with the Director In rendering 
all possible assistance; and 

•WHEREAS, it Is furtlier provided by law that during 
I Stale of Disaster, when the need ai-ises for outside aid in 
iity, city and county, or city within the re,.-ion, such 
,11 be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plan 
Mod on a regional, are:.. ■ -llier basis; and that it 
shall be liie duly of local public officials to comply with 
::!■'•: ; ; ! • t j.^ ; and 

■i.'HEREAS, 1, an Oovernoi' of the State of C lifornia, 
ha.c I'ound and do hereby I'lrid: 



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All raiMiNC Of iicf 



^KfutiDf Bcpartnicnt 



^tatt of Califoniu 

1. Tiial conditions of exlnnno peril to the safety 
■ , inJ j.roperty within this Sin md 

!Ov; exist as a fcsiilt of a majoi- and widespread fires whicii 
:!'red and wiiich arc still burnin;_; in a lar^^e area 

., ; ..III Vcioura Count.v : 

2. That the Governor has been reqvH-'i'.ted to proclaim 
a Si ■ Disaster therein b.y the Oiairman of the Board of 

.' ., , ..•;■,.•;■ if the Count.'/ of Ventura; 

,. T'nat local auth- "n directly uffected 
areas 1s inadequate to cope v;itli the aforesaid conditions 
of .-xiroinc per'll b> I'eason ol' iiuir mai'initude, .jhich places 
\,ue:.\ i..-.. ond the control of the protective services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of any sinr.le county, city and 
cou"*--. ■' ■"r.y. and requires the combined forces of a 
:.:utual-ald I't'-ion or i-CKlons to combat; 

4. That tlie aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate tlie prociaination of tiie existence 
of a State of Disaster: 

NOW, THEKEFORli, I, Goodwill J. Kni.^lit, Gover'nor 
of the State oi' Cx I ifornla, Ijy vir-tue of i.he powers and 
iui.iiorlty vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this 
.:-, . , do hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster exists 
in the COUNTY OK VENTURA; 

I direct that this proclamation shall tako effect 
linn-. . and that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
p.oclamailoii Ihj filed In the office of the Secretary of State 



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^icfutiDc Bcpartnicnt 

^tatc of dJltfornia 

)t- r i-'-n-nia, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
. L,.; -.,,.'lv, proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEF?EOP, I have herunto sci. m.y nand 
and caused tue Gr'eat Seal of Lhe State of Califoj-nia to be 
affl. j-.vO p.m. this 2iith da;/ of Decembei", ly-ju. 




(Jovei'i 



ATTEST ; 



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^xcrutiDc department 
3tatc of CjliforiiM 



P R C L A MA T I 



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, . Born in 

'.i^ countrymen tills 

eaucator, scientist Dr, 
hip v/as a lire started 
<^niy tc develop beyund 



Slavery, died In t::e liearts of 
ueso personifies the life of 

Geur-e WasJiln^oon Carver. For 
m tlie obscurity of bondaGc 
tne Heights of most men. ' 



into W..1.:. ,.e was birn Dr r;f '■ .'^'^^^"^ ^''° ^""<^^ 
in oraer to receive Hh^ o ' f"^^'' ^"^^^'^ tirelessly 
hi:: ambitions? '-Phroih the'^.^i"" '.V^^'^^^' ^° ^^''^^i" 
scientists wl.o looked beyond T^^''"^"" "^ ^'^^ ^■'^"^w 
able to ^am i,lf:i,er ^aucJu and color, he was 
Tor researci. anu^ development At -"'"'"^ '''^ ^^'"^"^ 
was called to Tuskeree Irr h',,i- S"' a^''""'^^ '^^' ^Gc he 
^'- years he was to achieve wSld i" ^^^b^"^'^' where for 
science. To tl,ls /;?cat Indu"Sv ho',"^"'.'^"" '" agricultural 
.J,.-;cuvri...;j t,,at were i,, .V -^.''^ donated numerous 
.'.•c-li.w men. k.^ these, DrtarJef.'"" f^andards of his 

, ur. carver accepted nc remuneration. 



,!l'''^^''. ,''""^'''^'^'" y'-^ars aft 



^.ia contributions to the fiefH' r7"t," "■" '-'-'i- iUs ueath, 

are recotjnlzed tliroughout the woi^1^''^*;V""^^i advancement 

-- uuly honored by those :^ ^l';..^^^^^^^^^:'^ 

!• Califorula, S'Terebv'nn; ,?"""''i" '^ * i^^^Ght, Governor 

D. GEOiiGE WAi^aNGTorCAatE HmT andT" '' '^^'^^ ^^ 
Calliornians to ivcall tl c cont^ih f^ "''C^' '"^' bellow 

made to the American way of life '" ^''^^ '"^" ^'^^ 

IH Wrrr^SS WHEI^^of, i have hereunto 
Great Seal of the State of 

Sd iav'or ^ ^'' ^^^"^^^^d ^''i3 
^lu day ol January, a D 

One Thousand Nine Uund^^d and 
.'xi oy -seven. 





Govoi'noi 



ATTEST 



Secretary of<5>4te 



FICED 

In rtt« tffflcfi 0f th« ^vcrwldry of $t(it« 
of Th« Stai* of C«llf«rni« 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary ol Stall 

AtMkai tMT^nr ai'tiat* 



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^xcnitivic Bcpjrtniciu 

3tatc of daliroriiij 



Since the introduct 
■i-;.ore has been a remarkable ci 
paralytic cases throughout tl 
the elimination of tliia dread 
and it requires the cooperatl 
this end. Armed with such a 
as the Vaccine, it would be t 
do all v/ith.in our power to as 
many Callfomians as possible 



P li V C L A M A T I N 



ion of the Salk Polio Vaccine 

ecline in the number of 

e State of California. But 

disease is still to be attained, 
on of every citizen to aciiieve I 
promising public health, weapon ■ 
ras^ic Indeed If we did not 1 
sure the immunization of as 

at all times. 



All i-esldcnts of this State have been deeply 
impressed with the cooperation already shown between the 
State Heal til Department, local Health Officers and private 
!)hyr;iciaii:; in Immuiii;-, inf, a larfic aef';ment of the population 
against poliu. To this end tlie National Foundation for 
Infantile Paralysis lias given its tireless efforts. 

A:; v/'.- f(.el tlie .';?itisf action uf victory within 
our crasp, wc must not foi^yet that there are those who 
are still in iron lungs and who will require long periods 
uf care; those who cannot afford to maintain the necessary 
yearly immunization against infection; and those who must 
gain bad; tlic muscular streiif^th that has been taken from 
them. This all requires great expense. It is an obligation 
to all of us to aid in acquiring proper care for those 
v/lu) i'.ave been stridden. 

Therefoi-e, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hei'cby proclaim the month of January, 1957> 
as MARCH OF DIMES MOHTH and do urge my fellow Californians 
to give genei->ously to this most worthy cause. The National 
l''<jundation for Infantile Pax-alysis lias proved the effective- 
ness of its leadership toward eventual eradication of 
poliomyelitis as a menace to the health, tiapplness and 
independence of our people, and rightfully deserves the 
support of all citizens. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I iiave hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
3l3t day of December, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
''lfty-si> 




Secretary of StaJ^e 



FILED 

In Id* offio Ollht 3<ualDry tf J 

ol iha ttat* Of CalltkrnK 



Air riiNiINC Ofricv 



Twrtr^ 1^57 



FRANK M. JORDAN, Secraliry of State 




FICED 

In IIm offio of iha Satranrr «f SMIc 
of ih* Stat* at Calllocnla 



^xcnitioc Bcpartmcnt 

^tJtc or Colirornu 



P n '■' C T, A M A 



FRANK 



JAN ( - lyb/V 
AH, Secretary oiSfafa 



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b(;rn in 
his teac 
factor 1 
tennlal 
ar.b it. 1 en 
union wa 
the Cons 
great pa 
(Hir flrh 



in January 11, 1757, Alexander Hamilton was 
the British West Indies. Two hundred years later, 
hings and political philosophies represent a major 
n vjur present day /:;overnment . During this bicen- 
of his birth it is well for us to note his 
s v;hicli were fired by a desire to see that our 
3 stronc. Between the time of the signing of 
tltution of the United iJtates and its adoption, 
rtl.;;an cnuflicts aror.e tiiat micht well have doomed 
t for sel f-Rovernment. 



Into these conflicts stepped Alexander Hamilton, 
a man destined to be tlic mainspring of the Constitutional 
Convention; a man v^fho carried a vision of a great Federal 
Republic that would stretch from the Atlantic to the 
Pacific, and from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico; and a man 
who worked tirelessly to give a firm foundation to tiie 
growth of such a republic. 

Engrossed as fie was In home affairs, he was 
nevertheless a deep student of foreign relations, and 
advocated a p^isitlon .-f neutrality on the part of the 
American goverrmient with regard to the difficulties of 
nations, (if equal importance was the personality of 
this man f imagination. He was not popular, nor did 
he strive after popularity, but his memory and achievements 
are imperlohable. He lived for the public good. Eloquent 
and refined, able and brilliant, the embodiment of Integrity, 
dev<ition and courage, he left as deep a mark upon political 
institutions as any other statesman the United States has 
produced . 

Theref ■re, I, Goodwin J, Knight, Governur of 
California, d. hereby designate the year commencing 
January 11, 19':.7, as the ALEXANDER HAMILT.'N BICENTENNIAL, 
and do urge my fellow Californlans to Join in observancos 
designated to demonstrate our gratitude and obligation 
to Alexander Hamilton, 



WHERE'^'F, I have hereunto 
set my lianci and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
7th day of January, A.D,, ! 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and j 
Fifty-seven, i 




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^Kcutivic department 

;:5tatc of Calirornia 



FIUED 



- fRAUK I*. JOROAH. Seofita™ ol Sata 

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OP MMKI^GENCY 



'i.'IlKREAi3, on the 2L'nd dirj oi'DDCuiiiber, 19'j3, a State 

or '^aF!:' :cnc:' \-riz pr'oclaimeu i o exist in the Stale oi' 
' l1..'.j.m' I, ' ■<':;i.l'. or e.i.ir.i-lii: and threatened i'loods 

••!■• ,,c, creauiji; Immlll'.'.. i :;■■■ '■■ o l,h(! lives, 

Ul.' a : . • . ll-belns of person:-. • .■ public a'.id 

pj'l7-.ite pi'o. .■ . . uid the maintenance o.' CoSeni i ' ■ ' ■' 

thefein: 

'.JMEREAS, the conditions warrantln,;; and necessitating 
\hc procla... of r.uch S.-i'.e oi" L'jiiei-f'.enc;-/ are now deemed 

ol- :.o I . ';id the control - . ' iii-ti pi'otec ' /orvices, 
,„ I-;-,,.,;,- , . i.;ipmcnL and facilities of the public a^^encles and 
ii'- ■.■i.L ,-.L,t -liv i.r.ionc of the State: 

riO'.J, THEREFORE, I, GOODV.'IM J. KNiaTr;^ . Govei-no;- of 
■ •■ ;• . . of o-iliromia, ; ;- i.i-tue o,' i.lio pov;-- ■.■ .... t" 'lo -Hy 
7(;.;.,. , ,ie liy i.hc ConsLltia. i on and laws oi' thlr, ." , lo 
hereby proclaim the termination of said State of iuci'jjency; 
■uid 

I DIRECT that this proclam ■ 
effect immediately and shall, as soon here .ossible, 

:-:iod .in 'lie Office of the Secretary •> ' .' 
'■ ' ■ ■ 'n 'nia. 



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^xccutioc department 

5tatt of Cialirornia 



TN WITNESS imEiiEOF, I have hereunlo set my i. 
■'• Great Seal of the State of Callfoi-nia to he 

.:, L^itli day of January, 19''7. 




ATTES';' 




Si.'cj't.'i.:ti'y W^ State 



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^KCutiDc Department 

Jdtate or Cjlirornij 



P H C C h h M A T I (• N 



" that i:;tive mine tit of the people, 

b;y the people, X'or th.e people, shall 
nut peivbih from the earth." 



olnce 
people have molde 
to see that the h 
all who would loc 
this ideal must b 
present day democ 
sweat of those v;h 
c.iai*actex\ and To 
paces of our hl.Ljt 
today so that pro, 
never end. 



I'.c b.Li'th of 
d themselves 
erltace of A 
k us into st 
c v;edded the 
racy Is the 
o demanded f 
rtiirlijlitness 
ory must be 
Kress toward 



cur c^^eat nation, our 

into one single ambition., 
meriea is ci-isircied ayainst 
ocl;s of oppression. To 

full realization that our 
result of the toil and 
reedom. The integrity, 

of those who wrote the 
a part of our actions 

a world of peace shall 



It is for us 
of Goodivill everywhere, 
or origin, and to fox'ev 
tiiat have carried this 
waywardness. It is foi 
of those moments in ord 
serve as inspirations f 
those wiio liave steered 
the consecration of bas 
h.as lived. Tliose priiic 
relived by each of us. 



to dedicate our efforts to men 

regardless of race, color, creed 
er cry the eras of solidarity 
nation tlirough moments of 

us to absorb the full meaning 
er that lessons received shall 
or pru(';ro3S. The dedication of 
the course of America represents 
ic principles on which freedom 
iples must be reviewed and 



Tlicrefnre, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do iiereby proclaim tlie month of February, 1957> 
as AMERICAN HISTORY r*)NTH, and do urge all my felljw 
citizens to inaugurate, promote and participate in 
activities that will strengthen devotion to our iieritage 
and will inspire a true desire to assist in strengthening 
cur ijerr.Dcratic v/ay of life. 



lij WITNESS WHEREOF, I have liereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
I'lth day of January, A.D., 
(Uie Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-Seven. 





Govornor 

ATTEST 







fii:ed 



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flWNKM )OW)AN. Secretary (X Stale 






^xccutiDc department 



PtLKD 

JAN 1 ti 1957 ' 



:c»tatc of California 



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Irr:V'-l Fiu-suant to r:!i.-i: t..:- '"^ . r.tatut.. 
..iinary Sessl^;.. 

niEJlSAS, there was Gubnltt-i to the leoi^le ' ' '- 
r,t-i' ' the Qoriijral Election hold Novoml v • '. '' ■ , th.it 

■ "- :! providing for a bond lESue of five hundred 
million dollarc to to used by the Department of Vetx^rans 

■ ; - ■■slEtlng California v.-ar veterans to acquire 
•■'rmE or homes, being Chapter 38, of the otatutes of 19'^6, 
"i" ' lixtraordlnary Session; and 

.-riSRiJAS, it appears from tlie uffijial J.. ,•.] n all^ . 
;:tatcment '" ' vote of the Secretary of State of Call:- 
cfi':/.i. ': ■■.i-i jcj-'nber 21, 105^, that said act received a 
-ijorlty of all votes cast for and against it at said 
election: Nc.;, therefore, 

I, aOCO'.;ii: J. knight. Governor of the Stat . : ill^ornlr 
i^ lierely proclaim that said act received a rnnjority of a] 3 

' or and against it at said electli.:., ' ' ' t 
' . ttve and shall have c^" ■ -*- - r' • 'vj jcd, 
a.] t:.at ;.;aid act shall be irrepealable uiitil t;v i.rlnclpal 
ar.3 Interest of the llabllltlco therein created be paid 
an'; ' irged. Done under my hand and tho Gri'at Seal of the 
■■"••t'^ nla at the State Capitol, Sacramento, Calif- 

ornla, tM r- I'tli 'lay of Jnnu:. , . 



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. j-;rjtary of State 



»»TI •%\'. M*it OFTU II 



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^iffUHDc Bcpartmcnt 

3tatt of California 



JAf^tili 1957 
'Mil k tmm, tn>fti,tijlUtl% 

SiiGRjilGAt'lUA' OF GATl'Lii H£.GULATIOI>< 



I, Goodwin J. Knit.ht, pui-suant to the power vested 
j.iii me as Governor of the State of California, and pursuant 
to Section 211 or tli.i A^^ri cultural Code of the State of 
California, do hereby approve and proclaim the Segregation 
of Cattle lie^ulation, which is attaciied hereto and made a 
Ipart hereof as tliouji set forth in full. 

i'iie re^iulation herein approved and proclaimed is an 
emergency rci^ulation adopted pursuant to Section 11422 (cj 
of ti.e Goverrunent Code of tlie State of California, and 
shall become effective immediately upon filing witn the 
Secretary of State. 



.. I i\,ijjo .ini:,:i.iJuF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 

the Great Seal of tne State of 

] 

Caiifor/iia to be affixed this i 
daj 




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one tnousand nine hundred and 
fif ty-;jeven. 



L>^^^'^~'^'^-*^*'Y^7^^ 



iovi.nior o'L C-iiifor; 







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Secretary oJ^^^tate 



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^xcrutiDc department 

;:6>tJtc or Colirornia 



JAN 2;^ 1657 ! 
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d:v:laring 'i'he teifiInation 



3TATI 



■ THE 

OF Dir.AGTE:^ 



VIHHIRKAS, on iho -^Hlh day oT IV-ccmber, 1936, a 
of Dlsasl-ei' v;as procliinic . ' xlst li- ' )unly 

' ' Ventura as a result of majof fires 

bxirnlni; in i lai'ge area within i.h.at county, creating 
iimnineni. dan-ei- to \,hr lives, health, and woll-beinc of 
noinons, tlie nafci.y of public .uid pi-lvato rr^ooei'uy , and 
;.■. -inieinnce of csDenulal r>(M'v i cu:;. !!• ',,: md 

V.'HEi^EAS, tlie condltionc v;iit-uu i.;i ; aid necessi- 
tatinj:; t.lie proclamation of such ;b. li i^ of Disaster are novj 
deemed noi to lu- beyomi tlie control, d'" : lie no^'mal 
pi-otective servic<;r. , perconnel, equipment, and facilities 
of the pulilic i':(Micles and political t^ubdivir.ionc of that 
county: 

MOVJ. THEREFORE. T, noOPV.TK' ,T . KNTaiF';', Oovei'nor 
o'" 1'.^ "": tue of Californl ., i. ' • •''■.■ iwers .j.nd 
authorii../ vested in me by i-he t\)nGi. u.m. i.on ana laws of 
'hi:- ■■, do hereby proclaiiii the termination of said 

• oi' Disaster; and 

r DlHECr that Lhis proclamation nhall take effect 
immediately and r,hal], .r, ;-,oom hereafter as possible, be 
^ii • ■ 'ie- office oi' .,■ /cretary of State of the State 



^iMliJ i9 c«iirntNM *i»Ti p»isriN£ ernci 



^Kfutiuc Bcpartincnt 

:r<tJtc or daliroriiij 

■ T'i'NESS VmKi-vKOF, I liave hereunLo set r.iy hind 
and cj.un(-d : he O/eat .".fil of the Stato o' ' " Tornla to 

he -irrixod i.h!.r, :''^,\\\ d.-.iy of .Tiuiu.u'y, 19'''7. 



AT'i'Kr.T : 



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^KnitiDc Bepartmcnt 

'Stare of (Ta/ifonjia 



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^DI^CLAHING 




01.' Tin^ 




-^^^h day or December, lo-/. 

^^^"'"^^' "^'^ PPocluimed to .-M"' • .. "' 

• ■ ' .^ r,w .,.. ^^ " " •■^'^ County 

" ^" -^ ^-esult or m-ijor . , • , 

^ --- ■n-oa within that counu^- .. , • 
^'"minent danger to the i;.,. , *" ''^^'^"- 

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-intenanco or e^^.n "V "' '"'^'^'^ ^^^°^-^^^'' -^ 
""'-""■ ^^ services thePoin- ^,, 
'.^•^CAS, ,,,e conditions warran,^. ■ ,„ 

<^clamatlon of ciich ^5 , 

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''' l^'Tond the oont,-ol o '• .,, ,., .. ^^ 
'^ ' " ^"■'-^'•^i^^s. Perconnel, oqulpmen' V"^^ 

county: -'"vulvar.,. one of that 

- oi f-'ilirornl , 

.,,, , , ' '■ ■'" °^ ^-^^^ powers :;,., 

•"sted In n,. ;,, ; ,,,, , 

, , ■ '■'' -'"«'-lM,tio. .nj i,,3 or 
" ■ '■•■"''^-^'' the termlnatlo:: ■ ^^ 

■ I hat L.hl3 proclamation shai ^ 
"hall, ,..3 .^oof^ hepearfe>. -.r. 

' cTricc or ; hn o„„ 

•ne oecretary ,- 



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IN '/.'r^'MRSS WHRREOP, T hivo herevmLo no', ny hand 
:ri raised th(- Ci^eat :'-.e:xl of Ihe State o:' ' <lifornia lo 
•,>e aff-lxed this r.'3rd day of January, 1957. 




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, , ■ , , :n I. he Couni-y 
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- Mi-ea \'(i 1:1 1.11 -V:"' ;■ , 

1 1,no livCG, hcalh, .nu v;.:ii-i>.^;-:. ; ^^ 
..y of public and private property, and 
lance of essential services tin 
'TO^HEAa, l.ho condl Lions w 

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:-.onnel, equipmon . 
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MOW, THK.r-.FOi^E. T, GOODVJIN J. KNIGl' . 
)f Calif orni . - ■ 

. ,,i;ci In me by nstitutiou 

. do hereby proclaim the termination of sal 



Mill 



r DIRECT ;iir. proclam-ition chill .".ke effect 

M,r and shill, is r.oon hereafter as ' 
Office of the 3ecre'..ii-y of St'ii< - 



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P R ^^ L A M A 'I' I K' y' 
DiSOL'\RING THE TERMINATION 

;r!'ATP: O i ' dig-\3THR 

.1!' '.on the P.'fth duy of Dec- 
'.Hsasl' ni'oclalmed to e ' 

liv^e -n'oa wli.hin that county, crc 

■ ■ 1 ■ ; I. > I 1 ' Of, , ivilMi, iMii v-n ■ 1 1 - i c>iu ; oi' 

• ''•' . ]]<• ivM'c.y .ir niiivi.lr 'I' ' 1' -ojn; I'i.^/ , and 

the iUdiiitenance of essential nerviceG n ' 

NHEHEAS, the conditions vrir- ■ceGni- 

'.-ivln-. the p'-ocl iiti it i.o;i oi' sucth .' '■ oC Disastei" are nov; 
i;_o .•ontrol oi' i.he no 'i.i-d Drotectlve 

noi'v LC< .', . Gonnol , equipment, '■.■illtles ■) ' i- ])uMlc 

■-' ■. •^.■' ■'■:: -.-Vi 'iiLi.tliMl i:.UiKll . Ir. i.OllS of lli: i'm;;;i;': 

iiU,,, iHKi^KPORE, I, GOO'^'^TM ,, _ , ; , ^q,. 

o ■ ■ ■ ■ "^al-i foi-nia, by ' ' > ' .' poi.Oi';3 ind 

au'hOi'luy vested In mo by the Constlbufcion md lav;s of 
'.-h'-r ", do hereby proclaim i . ' m oT said 



T DIRECT that this proolamn 

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43 



^icfUtiDc f)rpartinciit 

(State of California 



P 1M"> C L A M A T I N 



Ga.lii"._,riila' o Industrial oxpancilon and activity 
continue their plionomenal growth, so that they play an 
ever more important part in the economy of our nation. 
More and more men and v;omen are being employed in 
Gallfv-rnia industry, and the number of pcraonr, gainfullj' 
employed in thlr. State is the liinhest in history. 



and 
arc 



Mana;-;ement, labi 



"•or, )':iivei'nmcnt, organizations, 
individuals vitally concerned with on-the-job safety 
ippallcil at the toll of on-the-job injuric: 



and 



deaths, which continue to exact a heavy price in suffering, 
disruption to families, anci burdens to our society. In 
every aspect, from the financial to the emotional, the 
cost of work injuries Is indeed staggering. 

All of us In California liave a direct concern 
vilth the safety of ourselves and our neighbors. I 
commend all wlio, in the spirit of selfless service, are 
working so unremittingly and effectively to reduce the 
number and severity of on-the-job injuries, and I urge 
them to continue their united efforts in a great 
humanitarian cause. 

To roawalcon public attention to the many 
problems oV on-the-job safety, I, Ooodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do iiorcby proclaim February ^1-9, 
1','57, as INDU3TRIAI, SAFETY WEEK, and urge my fellow 
citizens to participate in programs that will bring 
tiie need for industrial safety to the attention of every 
working man and woman throughout our State. 

IN V;iTNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed , 
this P'lth day of January, A.D.,j 
erne Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven 




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JAN 251957 



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^xccutiDc ©cpartmcnt 

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P rt C L A !■! ATI 



7hv v;elfarG aau safety of the State of 
California arc tiic responsibility of the Governor and 
it is fittini_s that any effort iiiauc by ^rovipa in cooperating 
with law enforcement accnciec in r.olvlng the prol:>lem of 
crime sliould be recognized. 

Althoujjli the year 1935 showed a drop in the 
number and cost of crimes throvighout our State, I956 
brought figures up to a high equal to 195^1. That' year 
was California's wi)rst. The direct costs of crime in 
195'J arc estimated at ;^i220,000,000. Tiiis covci^s the 
cost of niai-italninij prisons, police. Jails, courts, etc. 

The gi'catest increase in crime last year v;as 
in automobile theft which shows an increase of 30;j. 
Other categories of crimes are equal or slightly higher 
tiiaj; in 1999. 

Althougli our law cnfurceiuont agencies' perform- 
ance of duty merits higli coimnendatlon, it is necessary 
for the public ti; cooperate in establishing programs that 
will familiarize all citizens with the problems of crime 
prevention. The National Exchange Clubs tiiroughout the 
countr-y have made outstanding contributions toward 
appealing for civilian help from respective communities. 

Therefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim I'l.bruax'y 10-10, 1997, as 
CRiVJL flffiVEiJTION WEEK, and do urge my fellow citizens 
to participate la civic activities arranged for the 
prevention of crime in their coiiUnunities. 

1:1 Vi/ITiraSS WMEREOF, I have h.crcunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
29th day of January, A. D., 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. 





Governor 



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Ai'TEST: 



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S'jcretar; 



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v/lth 

firm rour 
basis r- 
cuntribu; 



... .that man (into hi." fcllovj man 
r.l.all be a friend forever." 

These few words denote the basic principles 
ich lur nation way born. They signify the strengtl 
wiiich our heritage developed. They represent the 
■/i.■l^.^l!l for a future World peace. They arc the 



.ally consideration in order that v/e may 
Ate brotherhood of all men. 



California's 
prominent day by day a; 
into our State from oth 
many foreicn shores. T 
and denominations ropre 
an endless task. Yet, 
contributions these pco 
and they are doinii It i 
by side, shariui]; I'imila 
together for a better c 



position in America becomes more 

tijour.ands continue to raij^rate 
er parts of the country and from 
o list the colors, creeds, races 

ented by these people would be 
the Golden Gtate is proud of the 
pic are making toward its progress 
n complete accord ... .living side 
r Ideas and ideals, worlclng 
ommunlty. 



~ur fears for V/orld peace today are based on 
the unwillingness of some to respect the rights of all 
individuals and peoples. As we here in the Golden 3tate 
Join our government in programs promoting better under- 
standing, it is v.'cll tliat we rededlcate ourselves to the 
ideals of respect; that we promote an understanding and 
rcall2;atlon of these ideals and th.at we enlist citizens 
Into year-round actlvli-.les to l)ullri brotherhood every^^^here, 

Therefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, in full accord with the National Conference 
of Christians and Jews, do hereby uroclalm February ] 7-2^1 
1957, as BR TIIERjroD WEEK, and do urge mv rel]ow citizens' 
to re-evaluate the need for a World based on the 
brotherhood of man. 



1 



I'^iTty-sevcn 




:N WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
sot my ixand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
31st day of January, A. D., 
nc Thousand nine Hundred and 



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■.;c arc In the Gecond month of a year that 
promises to lirlnc to Americanr. the largest gross income 
In the history of the nation. As this income grows 
through the years, so docs th,e ability rov people tn 
spend these monies to raise their individual standard 
of living. These are Icnovm steps in the cycle of our 
cc>:;iomic ' '■ r'^ '~^y . 

Aion^; with this aljllity tjocs the c?conomic 
principle of competitive enterprise whereby the products 
of our .jtatc auif N.'iti'jn ai'c iicrrectcd in oi'der to meet 
fne demand. This healthy atmosphere of industry and 
commerce must be brought home to the people through 
advertising. As the quality of products becomes more 
refined, the newspapers, television, radio and other 
media become more vital t.o our or- inomy. 

The men and v.'omcn engaged in the field of 
advertising are members of an art that offers them an 
expression unknown in some parts of tlie v;orld. Not 
nly in this oxpr(!S3lon turned toward the economy of 
■ r democratic v;ay of life, but in turn is used to 
carry on philanthropic, patriotic and educational 
pi-'ograms that benefit every community. For these 
iitributions, they must be higlily commended. 

Therefore, I, Goodwin J, Kniglit, Governor 
. - Juiifornla, do hereby proclaim the week of February 10 
tiirough lu, 1957, as ADV1£RTI3TNG WEEK, and do urge my 
fellow citizens to recognize t!ie achievements of members 
of this business and to become familiar v;ith their part 
in the traditions of our nation. 

IN WITNES:; WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Goal of the otate of 
California to be affixed this 
?.lst dajf of January, A. D., 
■■'ne Thousand Ilinc Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 




Governor ^ 
Secretary ■> 



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A5&I&1ANT BKCRfc'l AMvfoF ^TATK 




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JAN 3 1 1957 

fd/MK M. iW»W*' W«'»)*fY •t^S!»l« 

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:=»tJtc of California A-»w(t^ •--''' ^ "^ - o 



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L A K A 1' I U 



Calirornlans l-iavc been Impressed by the manner 
1.. ■,; .ich the Doy Scouto of America, Itr, leaders and its 
v/ell-v;ishera, have iielped to mold youncatcrs Into the 
t^ pc of lacn v;hj riialcc cood Aiiui'ic;n citizens. 

Since the inceptl^.i. >.^' this movement ^cj^ than 
i.ali' a century a{jo, almost 21; million youngsters have 
iiaa the bcnerit oi' Boy Scout ti'-ainlng. Today in the 
Golden State there are over 2S.'.',000 scontr: and 23,000 
i-.coutnasters and assistants. As our State grows so 
rapidly the need for e:vpansion of this program becomes 
x't al . 

The work of the Boy Scouts and their adult 
icauoi-o has had a tremendously beneficial effect on the 
tliinkinc and th.e morals oi' our State. California 1-j. a 
- ttex" State because of this movement. 

The youth of today. .. including the members 
Oi' "ciic Joy Scouts of Amex'ica. . .are part of tlie next 
generation that ivill become leaders because of the 
qualities of Americanism, naiiliness and ciiaracter v;lth 
whlcii tiicy are being inculcated, and which are so 
essential in t'ne maitilenance of our American way of life. 
They constitute an instrument ui' freedom that no alien 
pliilosophy will evei' penetrate. 

Tlierefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hcrel-.y proclaim February 6 tnrough 12, 1937, 
uj JOY 3C0IJT WEEi:, and do ui'ge ray fellow citizens to 
suppox't the Boy Scout movement in every possible manner 
so that tills crusade by youtii may continue to fulfill 
iestiny as a bulvjarlc of AmericanJ.sm. 

ir. v;iTMESS V/IiElffiOP, I have hereunto 
set my hand ano caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed tliis 
31st day of January, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 





W<^Oi< 



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'' FEB 1-1957:' 

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^-'- -■■_ ju.l. l'lv; juuit;. •LIil Ann.'i'lcan p^ioplc have 
'-nolr attention ciramatlcally rocusod on the toll which 
caLJc of the hear!; and circulatory rjyctem talrec throughout 
' nation. 



In tiie United States anu in Calirornia more than half 
of all deaths each year are cauaed by this type of ailment. 
In only aix iiionths the U. S. toll ia -'iOO^OOO—morc tlian all 
American battle doatlia from l'ri''S> to lyA^j. 

There is a reliable estimate that one in every lb 
p^rc.';.:; in tiie United States is a victim of this tra^jic disease. 
This amounts to 10,000,000 people and Includes ^-00,000 children. 
Eacii year 1-J- billion man-hours of productive work are lost to 
jur economy. 



Through the American ileart Association and its 

Ci 

m proi'.rams uf research. 



affiliated orcanizatloiis, we are makinc significant proeress 



tov;ard conquest of these maladies 
community service and education. 



The work of these groups has determined that some 
forms of heart disease can be cured, that all such cases can be 
cared for beat if Jiat;no3ed early and treated properly, and 
that most heart patienta can keep on v:orklng, often in their 

:•■^■.^. M.-iry ' '^cupations. 

Jr.ch pri.jjress iiac restored to us the experience, 
wisdom and talents of many citi;:ens wliich would otherwise 
have been lost tc us. 

Once each year v;e are called upon to e;.tend financial 
support to tliesc procrams on behalf '^f r.-ir own improved health 
anij lonjjor life for our childi^on. 



Therefore, i, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
>j^.Ll.oi-Mia, do hereby proclaim l-'obui^ary, I'j'jJ, as liEAiCT I'lur.Tii, 
and l.'ebruary 2-1, Vj'Xf, to be ilEAirr SU.^DAY, and urce my fellow 
citir.ens to reap .nd c*-'nerously to the IjjJ Heart Fund campaign 
•oo insure continulnL; progress in this fine, humanitarian 



avor. 




TA WITIiESS WiiEliEOF, I have hereunto 
sot my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
Califoi'nia to be affixed this 
1st day of February, A. D., 
one Thousand TJine Hundred and 
I'lrty-scvcn, 




•I'TEST : 



^crtM.ai 



»f«TI VMINTIMC orvicS 



^xccutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

5»tatc of daliforiiia 



r H C L A M A T I N 



Tilt- ..rowtli or Calirornla ^-H Clubs, since their 
-LncepLion in lylj, has conti-lbutod ^reatlv to the Improve- 
inent oi ai^ricultui-e and associated industries throughout 
our state, iv'itn empiiasis on constructive citizenship, 
individual responsibility and ramily oblit;atlons, 4-H Clubs 
constitute a dynamic Torcc in tlie lives of the young people 
ol Caliiornia's rural areas. Tlie people of the Golden 
.state roco(.nir.c this very wort.iiwli lie rirot-raiii throurii 
support or tiie University oi" Calirornia Ai^rlcultural 
hxtension Service and its rield staiT of Karm and Home 
Advisors, 

In the past year, ^4-}! Clubs have added to their 
accomplisnmenus by promoting conununlty services and public 
salety, as well as individual and club projects. In 
Oalirornia the Clubs are a part of more than 2,100,000 
youn^:; men and women in tae United States wlio are "learnlni-' 
by doint.';. Also to be comr.ended are the 7,731 volunteer 
local leaders who ^jive unseirishly or their time and 
eneruies to i^ulde club members toward their achievements, 
ihese volunteei's ai-e now working in this State witli 30, 84^ 
club members who are active in l,0y4 communities. Tliese 
contributions to the industrial and agricultural progress 
oi our State merit lil^ih commendation. 

Tnei'orore, I, Goodwin J. Knigiit, Governor or 
Calirornia, do hereby proclaim tiie week or March 2 through 9, 
1^5/, as 4-H CLUB ^KK, and do urge my rellow citizens to 
-ar.e advantage or tiie opportunities offered to become 
better acquainted with tiie efforts or tiie 4-H Clubs in 
their goal to become productive citizens, rarmers, and 
iiomemakers. 



IN WITNESS WHEI^EOl^ I have liereunto 
set my iiand and caused the 
Great Seal of tlie State of 
California to be affixed this 
4th day of February, A. D., 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred and 
f i''ifty-seven. 





(lovernoi 

A L'TEST : 




Secretary oiJ:;^tate 

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4tl rilMTINC. OFPItS 






^xccunoc ©cpartmcnt 

;ot.irc or (California 



P lA UCLA !•: A 



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Eac":; year tho pruuuctlon iacome oi' California 
rnniK'i';; lir'ukr. lU'v; rccoi'-dr-. aiui i;ocli yrar v;i^ rin>l n ,;roatcr 
t/rciid Luward incrcaaed emclency in agriculture. Part ul" 
tills rise is due to a prot^ram conducted throui^hout the high 
schools of our State in agricultural education. Tlie young 
men v;no are in these courses are members of the Future 
Famners of America, This yovmg fainn blood offers new ideas 
and up-to-date methods in farming tliat increase the pro- 
'icLion of every ncrc. 



source 
v;ith th 
young f 

liim in 
facilit 
the sch 
advance 
cncoura 
meats . 



Agriculture today in tlic Golden State Is the 
of large income offering more modern liomes, equipped 

latest appliances to our rural residents. The 
armor finds good roads, radio and television to keep 
touch with world and local events. Through the 
ies and efforts of the Future Farmer organizations 
ool-age young men are put in touch v/ith scientific 
s; are offered training in latest methods; and are 
ged to enter competitive exhibits of theii' achieve- 



All this not only presents a well trained and 
educated Future Farmer but it places our agriculturalists 
high on the list of community, county and state leaders; 
for tb.elr conti'ibutions merit lilgh comniondatlon. 



Therefori', 1, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim February 18 through 23, 
■ . rT* 3.S FUTUiiii FAIiT-UiR WKKK, and do urge my fellow citi::on3 
- o take part \\\ activities and programs that will familiar- 
i::e each member of the community with the outstanding 
service this organisation is offering. 




i;j WITNESS Wjih.u:....', I iiave hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
Gallfoi^nia to be affixed this 
5th day of Febi-'uary, A. D., 
One Thousand Mine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. . 

A 




Secretary oi' S^te 



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The young people of California are continuing to*7*^^j;- 
take a prominent part in the progress of our State. Their ^ | 
contributions to civic activities, to government and to the 
welfare of their neighbors merit high commendation. 

However, confronting them are still vital social 
problems and cliallenges that demand our serious attention 
The solution to these lies in acceptance of responsibility 
by every citizen who desires to uphold the heritage tliat 
has made America strong. The proper guidance of our youth 
toward good citizenship and toward a place of dignity in 
our oucicty requires our untiring efforts. We, as adults, 
must prepare the patlis wlilcii will guarantee a future of 
brotherhood among all peoples. 

Our federal and state governments with the cooper- 
ation of welfare organizations are waging continuous war 
against the importation and peddling of narcotics. But 
this is not the only solution. A program of education of 
our youth as to tlie moral responsibilities they must face 
will eventually erase the possible avenues of distribution 
of these drugs. Only through the lack of demand can the 
supply be completely choked off. 

Today wo are also fighting a battle against ever 
increasing numbers of automobile accidents that are caused 
by those who drive while under the influence of intoxicants 
Our youth are not the only ones guilty but never-ending 
parental and social education will instill m the minds of 
these young people the dangers of such practices. 

Therefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Oovemor of 
Calilornla, do hereby proclaim April 7 through 1^. Igs7 as 
YOUTH TEMPERANCE EHUCATK^N WEEK, and do urge my fellow 
citizens to cooperate to the fullest extent possible in 
educational programs that will guide our youth to a full and 
profitable life. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set ray hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
19th day of February, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
/? Fifty-seven. 





Governor of California 
ATTEST 

Secretary of 



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>N^ EIUED 

•ffMlfaMtfCtllfsrnK 

FEB 27 1957 
nm H< MWAN, SMrittQjf Stiti 



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^Kfutiuc department 

^tatc of Colirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



^oi^ more than 75 years, the American Red Cross has 
acted for tne Amoi-ican people In meeting needs in emergencies 
qualities of the heart— sympathy and kindness and a desire 
to help---are effectively expressed through its splendid 
program of public service. 

In California alone last year, the Red Cross 
expended nearly $8,6l4,000 to assist the victims of two floods 
^s^AA^^^o^'^'i ^""^ ^^"^ serious conflagrations. More than 
^boOO,000 of this total went to help the people made homeless 
Dy tne lioods which swept over sections of California lust 
before onristmas, I935. Red Cross workers assisted 9,916 
famxlies to reutore their homes and businesses after tne 
waters receded. 

RoH n^r. Always alert to future emergencies, the American 

Red Croos works in close cooperation with the State Disaster 
or r?Lf" f h"" "i"? thousands of citizens in the fundamentals 
^ni , r ''^'*,^"';^ ^of^e nursing as measures of self-preservation 
and in formulating with local Civil Defense organizations 
preparedness plans for mass feeding, clothing and shelter of 
the population in event of enemy attack. 

and .hn^.-. ^? addition to its disaster services both at home 
and abroad, the American Red Cross provides guidance and 
counsel, emergency financial assistance and emertrencv 
communications to armed service personnel and their families 
xtnelps local communities througn educational programs in ' 
water safety; Its volunteers perform patient sefvlfes in 
i)tate mental nospitals, and through its blood collection 

fn^l^TcT^Vri'' f-'^/OOO pints of blood were provided for patients 
in 192 California hospitals last year . . . , 

H^r.i„^H *. '^fso^i'ces to carry on this humanitarian program are 
derived I rom tne annual membership and fund campaign coSucted 
during the month of March each year. To give tSe grea?^? 
posslDle encouragement to this endeavor, I, Goodwin J KnLht 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim March 1Q57 as 

S?'forn?.T™ '" °r "'"'^ and'l^trongly urge' thf people of 
California to respond generously to this appeal of the American 
Red Cross in the Icnowledge that rising population and chanrlSe 
community conditions have increased the need for ReS Cross ^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th day of 
February, A. D. One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and FiCty-Seven./- 




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Governor of Call 
ATTEST: ni/ 

Secretary of§tate 



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:c»tatc of ealiforiiia 



PROCLAMATION 



Kachi yoar It is amazing to Calil"urnians who 
visit the Gtate Kair and the many District Fairs to 
re-evaluatc che abundance of natural wealth that our 
State holds. Nowliere else in the world can one find 
such versatility in resources and nature's bounties. 
Yet these are only as valuable as the worK. we put into 
preserving and replonishinp, them. 

Nature's beauties and bounties can often turn 
to devastation and tragedy, l/e have recently seen one 
of our most magnificent coastal areas, abundant in trees 
and shrubs, completely wipeu out by fire. Thirty-five 
thousand acres wore destroyed and millions of dollars of 
aamage done. Not long after this holocaust, great rains 
came that threatened to wipe tlie topsoil from this burned 
out area. These events are unpredictable, but conservation 
and protection of resources can minimize the extent of 
the damage uonc. Today this great area is being re-seeded 
in order to replenish the plant and wildlife. 

California's great treasury of natural resources 
has been harnessed for industry and commerce, but we 
must dedicate ourselves to tlie proposition that the 
sources are not endless and must be conserved for the 
prosperity of those wlio come after us. 



Califo 
as C(^N 
March 
annive 
Luther 
this o 
shrubs 
replen 



Therefore, j, Goudwln J. Knight, Governor of 
rnxa, do hereby proclaim March 7 through i'i, IQHV 
SERVATION WEEK in our iJtate, and designate Thursday, 
^ l,)')^ as AFffiOW DAY; this day representing tlie 
rsary of the birth of our beloved naturalist, 
' Burbank. I urge my fellow citizens tc observe 
ccasion through the planting of new trees and 
to enhance the State's natural beauty and to 
ish tl)e natural resources of California 



IN 




WI.TNE.n.S WHERE(M'', 1 have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Groat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
^Ith day of March, A.D., One 
TJiousand Nine Hundred and 
Kif ty-seven. 



Gcjvernor 



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Secretary of State 



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MAR 4- 1957 
mmn, JORDAH, SMrattry •! Slail 



^jcfutiuc Bcpartiiirnt 

:?tatf of Califoniu 



PROCLAMATION 



tremerui-n- L ifv'^^"^"^^^"" ''^ California continues its 
and a 1^^ growth, so does the need of crippled children 
ana adults continue to require our help and suonorr in 
nndV^ available to them proper medical aSJentionrin 
feel ?h«;"\ "*"" '■"'' ^'^^^^^ ^'"ergles, and In makinR'them 
iari of ou"'s'^c?ety?'"^ ^" ^-"^"^^^"^ ^"^ proUuoflvr'" 

nv.,^^ ^'^,°^ ^^^^ ^^^ California Society for CrionlPd 

Children and Adults Joins millions of our fr?enS aSj 
nex,,f,borc in banding to;^ether to create a worJln? ?Cnd 

ertabll.-hei''''r'?' ^-^t'^. ^'^'ciUties can be operated and 
eotabla.;,hed. During this past year more than ]li non 
children and adults were given aid through the Easier 
oeal program. Now the need is even greater The 
California Society estimates that thfre are'/.00 000 
wh. must be offered the same opportunities arid aS^antages, 

♦-. ^ -, , Shortly, more thian four million famlHec: in 

Easter ?eni^'^'i "''^ ^^^^^^^' letters c'ontlining^he 
Easter Seals and the return contribution envelooes m 
this way, each family will be able to make Its donation 
to this great and wortl>y cause. Well over ha!f o? tJe 



IN 




WITNESS HEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
^ith day of March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. . 

Governor ^ 

ST : <7 

Secretary of^ate 

EIUED 

•(itMifaMdCalltoriila 

MAR 4- 1957 
RANK M. JORDAM. SacreKrY ol State 



CTINft OWUtt 



^KfUtiDc Bcpartincnt 

:?tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



. no Citizens of uur great State donate millions of 

of our^-?V^'''H-'""^ ^^"^'^^''^'^ +"^° th^ prevention of many 
nL° , t^^''^' d-Lseaoes. Along with this must go the 
Z Tn T'''' Tu" ^'^^^" ^'""' ^^'i'licted. For more than 
xour decades, the City of Uupe National Medical Center 

the "ufie^in^ r''''?^^^ has been dedicated to allevlatlnp; 
and heii i I !, ''^^'.""^ ""' cancer, leuKomia, tuberculosis, 
a?mo5^r ','"'• ."^'^"' *^^^^t humanitarian efforts are 
axmed at Joining patient care, treatment, research and 
poGt-medical education toward finding new weapons against 
the catastrophic aiseases which afflict mankind. ^^^^"^^ 

,_.. ^ V'^^ ^^^y '■'^' H'-'P^" has welcomed, free of charre 

^e^a^d t/.T ^'' '^r ""^ "^^^^^ ^"'^ "^^^""> wllhou? "^ ' 
regard to race, creed or national origin. Their 

outstanding services are financed solely througn the 
generous support of all the people. "i^^" ^he 

^ ■„ u l^ ^^ ^" honor for our Golden State to be 

tne home of such a truly charitable and scientific 

uf ab1ll:t;;"to fT' -^--^- ^- ^^s facHltles'and in 
Its ability to bring hope to more people is needed in 
oraer that i;h08e wiio come after us may finu a freedom 
from fear of these afflictions. ireedom 

p^iT . Therefore, i, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
Calilornla, do hereby declare the month of June lu^7 
as CITY OP HOPE MONTH, and do urge all m^fello^ citizens 
to give generously from their hearts so that there mav 
ue hope for ourselves and our po.-.torlty. ^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 



^th day of March, A. D., unt 
Ihuusand Nine Hundred and 




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Governor 






ATTEST: ^ 

Secretary of /5tate 



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EIUED 

MAR 4- 1957 
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StJtc of (Ijlifoniia 



PROCLAMATION 

SCRAPlii DISEAot OF dHttiP 



T, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor ol' the State ol' Calilornia, 

pursuant to the authority of iiJection 207.6 of the Agricultural 

Code of the State of California, do hereby proclaim an animal 
diseare emerpency. 

A serious infectious disease of sheep, known as scrapie, 
has been diagnosed as being present air.ong sheep on certain 
premise? in the County of Solano, State of California. II not 
forthwith eradicated, this disease would prove a serious threat 
to the sheep industry of the State. 

The Director of Af;ri culture on March f?, 1957, adopted an 
order and proclamation amending: regulations of the Director of 
Agriculture pert.iinint; to scrapie disease of sheep, declared to 
be an emergency and effective on date of filing. The boundarie 



be an emergency and effective on aate oi iixing. mc u»juwucxi ^es 
of the quarantine district wherein this disease exists; the 
maintenance of a quarf*jitine on all aninals therein, 
restrictions on the movement of nnimals in 
provided in Section 205 of the California Agricultural Code, are 
set forth in said order and proclamation. 



including 
said district, as 



Now therefore, I proclaim tiiat an animal disease emergency 
exists, and that those sections of the Agricultural Code per- 
taining to the prevention of the spread of animal diseases shall 
be exercised. 



IN '.vlTNliSS WHKREOF, I have hereunto' 
set my hand, and have caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
E lphtot^nth day of Karch . 

one thousand nine hundred and 
lifty-seven. 




Governor 'of California 
Secretary aO State 



KTUED 

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prtnlrj Im caiiposnia itaie piintinc orFIca 



MAR 18 1957 " 
FRANK M. MKDAN, SKrattry e< Still 



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^tjtcofejiifornij 



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atang no^Jl^^'l^^'^l^'^y^tUcre has been encour- 

studlos have ahown t£t whereas oSr'do^. """ statistical 
ave been Javin^; the ] iVv of ^no doctors previously 

^our, th,.y n.w .^e sai In ^ Ino'u^T^.^'l'''"' '" ^^^^^ 

-Lxic oi one in every three. 

CalironUa'S^'Sumen^and'children"'"' '""^^ ^^--n^i 
tuday who wonld have bc( ,Mvon n f'f ""^^^^ ^"^ happy 
lor recovery even as recentlv «\ ^' statistical chance 
When their cancer. ;:ere fi^f diagnose J. "'' """ ^^^ 

sclentists'ind SEfwhi^ref f" J-P^-^ion for 
toward the control of cancer fn^^' ^'■^' directed 
sixty thousand Califirnians who ^"^^ .'"'' "^'^^ estimated 
lor cancer tlils year twon^,, 1. ^"^^ ^^ ""^^^r treatment 
to be saved. YeCas c>ach d-wi ''"'"'' ^' ^^" ""« expect 
linal conquest of'cance? t o^^t'^n''" "' "^^^^^ to the 
toll can be reduced -nn ^ P'^ Persists that its 

J^ope lies in continue, 'progres^ ^'uiriliment of this 
education and research. ^ Procrams of cancer 

pate during April in th "n.^o 
are ?o"?a%''""^^ ^-'cer Crusade 
i lie-saving iniormatlon about 

work, and lo heffcan^'^f^''".^ • "^^"'^^ i" ^helr important 
or carrying the Pi^J a?'in"f-^^" ^^'^ ^hc desirabiliS^"' 
successful conclusion -"^ ' «','"°"^^ ^^ an early and 

of Callforraa,do hiSy proclaT,i^f' """'S^^' Governor 
as CANCER CONTR(M, mm Inrllir ? '"°"^^' "^ ^pril 

^'^^ ' - Citizens to su'So^l' ^hJ'oaTe^'cJS'ai?^^ ""^ 

>^ ^^^ omisade appeal. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the Itffp 

til"'''L°^^^^ ^° be'^f^L^'d 
i-nio ^<:?nd day of Mar^h a n 



Society, through its 
* long has given 
t cancer in this State 
r workers will partici- 
ty's annual fund raising 
» the purposes of which 
research and to spread 
i^hc dj^sease. 




/Fifty-seven. 



Gu vei'nnr 




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Secretary of StyfW 






^xccutiot i?)cpartmcnt 

^tatcofCallforiiu 



FILED 

In M\a iflei it \*t NtH'»'r •' •<••• 
•f th« tMW *( CallltrnM 

MAR 241957 
FRANK M, JVBAH. SKitUty •» «••• 



PKUCLAMA 




For many years, Americans everywhere have 
set aside a week a^i a reminder tiiat the people of 
Nortii, Central and South America desire to live and 
work to^etiier in peace and good fellowship. This 
year we Callfoi-nians liave even greater reason to 
recognize the importance or emphasizing the good will 
wnich exists among our Pan American neighbors. 
During tiie celebration or twis 2Yth annual week, 21 
ambassaaors rrom the Latin American countries will 
be visiting the Golden State as our guests. This 
affords us ti:ie oppoi-tunity to render iioniage to the 
ideals or Pan Americanism whlcti are growing in 
stature anu Increasing in strength as time goes on. 
This long-standing unity is particularly noteworthy 
in view oi' ri'oquent disputes and conrilcts which 
continue to arise in many other parts or the world. 

Tiie cultural ties between Latin and South 
America and our State iiave always been tlie strongest. 
In the uays berore tue Panama Canal, when siiipping 
was restric'.ed and easier along the Western coast, 
California was Indeed an Athens for many of our 
soutiiern neigiibors. Tiiere are today a large nimber 
of mmilles in that area wnose members are receiving 
tneir education in our schools and colleges. With 
our ever-increasing population and the possibilities 
lor expansion in the industrial and cultural fields 
we looK forwaru to even closer relations with members 
01 tiiese countries. For we know tliat tills is not 
only an ideal but a practical objective. 

Thererore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
ol Calirornia, do hereby proclaim the week or April 3 
through 14, lyij7, as PAN AFiERICAN WEEK, and April 14 
19!:)7, as PAN AMEKICAN DAY, and do urge my rellow 
citizens to extend fullest liospltality to the 21 Pan 
American Ambassadors and to relive the ideals of 
Pan Americanism during the entire year. 

IN WITNESS WHEHEOF, I liave 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
tlie State or Calirornia 
to be affixed this 22nd 
uay of March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. _ • 





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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

SACRAMI'NTO H 



To: 



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From: 



Inter-Departmental Communication 



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Honorable Frank M. Jordan 
Secretary of State 
State of California 
Sacramento, California 



Department of ARriciiltnre 

Division of Animal Industry 

Bureau of Livestock Disease Control 



Datf: April 8, -1957 
File No. 

Sub,ect:Regulation 760 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



760, "Sheep Scabief Re^lat'?oi»''ln"d^n?ofir ,°?Pi«l?f Regulation 
signed^by the aovernorf T^^%" are^Lrirfo%"SJ5edto"JoS%^o%^^^" 

arrange for th^r?oL^^Jin^^iS^?Sut\\\^%^\L^\%^^,e1f^ -" ^^^^ 

original your Copy For Filing 

t%L^ca\^e::::--?^^^^^-V i^^iiisfrative Procedures 
Si^n^al::::::^^^^" f t^-^^-'^ Dlsease^Control 

Disease Controire^eSfon'uSl 'notif '° '^" ^^^^^ °^ Livestock 
regulation was fi!S! Je will AaJe a ?^l'"^"^°£ ^^^ ^^"'« ^^^ 
the regulation. ^^^^ ^ "^^^^^ P^*^!^ ^^P our copies of 






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iPxcnirinc department 

StJtc of California 



SHEEP SCABIES REGULATION 



I, Goodwin J. Knight, pursuant to the power vested 
in me as Governor of the 3tate of California, and 
pursuant to Section 211 of the Agricultural Code of the 
State of California, do hereby approve and proclaim the 
Sheep Scabies Regulation, which is attached hereto and 
made a part hereof as though set forth in full. 

The regulation herein approved and proclaimed is an 
' emergency regulation adopted pursuant to Section 11422 (c) 
of the Government Code of the State of California, and 
shall become effective immediately upon filing with the 
Secretary of State. 



IN WITNESS WHEHEOK, 1 have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
/-^ day of_^^-i£__ 




one thousand nine hundred and 
fifty-seven. 

Governor of California^ 

Secretary of(j>*ate 




PrinttJ im CA% IPOBNIA IT ATI VIINTtNO OmCB 



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3:xccutiV)c Bcpartmciit 

^tatc of California 



V H V C 1. A K A T I V N 



'L'lij\jui.';h t!i<- cloijilrj of l.oday'i! adversities 
shines a symbol of strc nt;th that aei-vcs to press 
man onward In his quest for spiritual peace. As 
men sit at the conference table to plot the future 
of tJie brotherhood oi' all peoples, the simple wooden 
cross sitiiiiflos the piiilosuphy that man unto his 
fellow man must strive to bo a friend forever. As 
the multitudes go about tlielr everyday bujincss, 
the place called Golgotlia casts its rays of lieht 
alone the paths of tolerance, honesty, forthrightness 
and unselfishness. 

Today, so many yc^ars after tlie day of 
Crucifixion, the ministries of the Son of God must 
continue to serve as a r.ulde to a brighter future 
for all mankind. Only in this way may those who 
arc to follow find mutual helpfulness, personal 
humility and respect for the dignity of others. 
Through lils v/ords, wo can find the strength to 
dedicate our lives to men of good will everywhere 
and to consecrate our enert^ies to the proposition 
that freedom to worship Iji the shadow of the Cross 
is our most prt^cious rit:;ht. 



Li. revtM-'ciit contcmplat 
I, Go( dwin J. Knli^ht, Governor o 
ray fellow citi^^ens of Ctiristlan 
the hours between noon and 3:00 
April IV, 1937> as a time for me 
and rcdedicatlon to their belief 
hood and hope, founded upon the 
acknowledged Saviour through His 
and resurrection. 



ion of these things, 
f California, urge 
faith to observe 
p.m. on Good Friday, 
ditation, prayer 

in peace, brother- 
teachings of their 

ministry, death 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 8th day of April, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 



ATTEST 




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Secretary of Wate 

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^imm department 

3tjrc of California 



SEGREGATION OF CATTLr. itiiauLAriCN 



I. aooduln J. icnl^-ht, pursuant to the pov;er vested 
in me as Governor of the State of California, and pursuant 
to Section 211 of the AcriculLural Code of the State of 
Califoir.io, ,lo hereby approve and proclaim the amended 
segregation of Cattle .emulation, ui^ch i. attached hereto 
and made a part hereof as thouch set forth in full. 

The rcjul.tion herein approved and proclal.:ea shall 
becc.ne effective on the 30th .ay .fter the date of its filing 
With the •:ccretary of tUate pursuant to Section lli,22 of the 
Government Code of the State of California. 




IN .«riJJiS.3 mmmF, i have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great S'^al of the State 

of California to be affixed 
this .~s c- day o f f^f-x,^ 

ono thousand nine hundred 

and fifty-seven 



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Wf fflW 9WIV W V^PW^BvlHV ■ ' 

APR 2 li 1957 ' 

^xccutitic Bcpartmcnt «*«' '^ Jm>«' sw*nr rffl* 

dtatf of California ZHi^cLAWATi ^-^ ^/i\..i\7i ^(^ , 

As the champions ol" alien doctrines 
continue to employ terror and treachery against the 
freedom loving peoples of the world, it behooves all 
Americans to reaffimi their loyalty to the democratic 
way of life which serves as an impregnable barriei' to 
oppression. 

The fundamental constitutional rights of 
the individual to free speech, free assemblage, free 
press, and free choice of religion have provided an 
invincible weapon against all who would control the 
hearts and minds of our people. 

Today, in a world still struggling to find 
the path to peace. It is imperative that we declare 
anew our faith in these God-given birth-rights and 
re-dedlcate our lives to the principles of Americanism. 
United beliind these bulwarks we will stem the selfish 
ambitions of the totalltarians by frustrating their 
attempts to oppose the tenets of democratic thinking. 

Each year the Veterans of Foreign Wars 
sponsor a patriotic observance on May 1, when all 
Americans are urged to take particular note of 
communism's threat to our liberties and to pledge 
afresh their support of those ideals which we 
preserve and defend. 

Recognizing that loyalty means liberty, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim May 1, 19^,7, as LOYALTY DAY, throughout our 
State and do urge my fellow citizens to cooperate 
fully in the spirit of this observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my liand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 29th day of April, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 





Governor 



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irxcfutiuc Dcpcirtiiicnt 

^tJtc or CLJliruniia 



? H C I. A M A T I 



If we are to pres 
freedom, tlio Armed Forces o 
wea.Lth. . . . in peace no less 
receive the support of all 
out their duty of safeguard 
our lunuolarid. Ai3 the threa 
continues to necessitate a 
and Air Force, it is well f 
re-evaluate the contributio 
women in uniform are making, 
peace. 



erve the ideals of 

f our great common- 
tlian in war.... must 
citizens in carrying 
ing the security of 
t of oppreasion 
strong Army, Navy 
or all of us to 
ns that the men and 
toward International 



FrUED 

MAY 6 - mi 
RANKtiJORMHSiOTlMTofMi 



The President of the United States has 
proclaimed Saturday, May lii, 1957, as a day to 
honor uur men and wumen of the Armed Forces who 
arc teamed for defense and for the building of 
security with freedom. The theme of this year's 
observance is "Power for Peace" and represents 
the manil'old energiu;; that the leaders of our 
country are expending to see that future 
generations can continue to progress in a free 
woi'ld. 

in consideration of these ideals and 
in full acctird with the President's recognition, 
I, Goijdwin J. Knight, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18, bjb'f , as AHMED F(>HCES DAY 
throughout our State. I am sure that my fellow 
citizens, mindful of their own as well as their 
country's safety, will find it reassuring to take 
the fullest possible advantage of the opportunity 
on this day to visit posts and bases, attend open 
houses, and take part in ceremonial programs in 
observance oi' the occasion. In addition, I urge 
the appropriate display of uur State and National 
flags throughout Culifornia to remind the people 
of the importance of our defense system. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 7th day of May, A. D., 
one Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 







^ Governor/''^ 


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i'xcfutiur i?cpartnifiit 

Rotate of CLaliloniw 



PTLED 

MAY 8 - 195;>' 
FKANKM. JORDAN, Seo^ If 



^^l^jKriL 



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Ag a result uf today's burgeoning 
economy, Calirornla's ports are teeming with 
the activity ui" coastal and international 
conuncrcu. From our shores, products of agri- 
culture and industry are exported to the far 
corners of tlie world ami our economy is 
strengthened by the millions of dollars in 
wages, dividends, profits and taxes derived 
from maritime service. 

Our close relationship with foreign 
countries is greatly enhanced by frequent 
visits by ships from other nations. 

A new and even larger horizon of 
usefulness and opportunity lies ahead for our 
merchant marine in the early and effective 
application of atomic energy in merchant ship 
propulsion. This ambitious and optimistic 
program entails long-range planning, courageous 
culling of inefficient operating units, tiie 
burden of heavy financing, and an exceptional 
type of cooperation among all segments of tJie 
industry. Members of this industry in Califor- 
nia are prepared to face these challenges. 
Our maritime service is a sound one, its 
leaders are capable, and possess courage and 
vision. The outcome cannot be in doubt. 

Considering the importance of trans- 
oceanic commerce to our State, I, Goodwin J. 
Knigiit, Govei'noi' of California, do hereby 
proclaim May ly through 2o, ly57, as WORLD 
THADE WEEK, and May 22, ly^J, as MARITIME DAY 
in California. I urge that all my fellow 
citizens familiarize themselves witii the foreign 
trade and siiipping industries which are so 
essential to the continuing; orogress and 
development of California 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this yth day of May, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. 




FILED 



MAY 1 1 1957 '■ 
HtANK M. JORDAN, Secralary ef Mt 



3:xc[UtiVic Bcpartmcnt 

5tJtc of (Ejliforiua 



y AlMwillMraMfVaflMW 



htidui 




For thirty-seven years all true Americaas have 
been given tiic privilege of wearing a bright red crepe 
paper Poppy, a replica ol" tl-.e Flanders Kield Poppy. This 
is rccocnioed as a tribute to those who have given their 
lives in battle so that our Nation may remain free. Tliis 
Poppy does not gi'uw i'rom a seed planted in the earth, but 
from a seed of hope and achievement in the hands of 
disabled veterans. These men and women know the price of 
peace. 

In the eight Veterans Administration Hospitals 
in California and at the California State Veterans Home 
at Yountville, disabled veterans make this Memorial Poppy 
under the supervision o'i members of the American Legion 
and its Auxiliary. Funds paid these veterans by tiie 
Auxiliary are often their only source oi" income. 

On the two days immediately preceding Memorial 
Day of this year, volunteer workers of the American 
Legion Am:illary will be on the streets of every Califor- 
nia community asking every person to wear a Memorial 
Poppy in honor of our v;ar dead and to help the living 
victims of war. No price is set on the Poppy. The 
entire contribution received can be spent only for the 
welfare of disabled and needy veterans and their families, 
This also includes the rehabilitation, child welfare and 
educational programs of the Legion Auxiliary. 



In 
the American 
brothers in 
California, 
POPPY DAYS 1 
and most gen 
annual sale 
give full re 
and 1 irab in 



full acconi wltli the outi 
Legion is making toward 



standing contributions 
the care of our 
arms, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 

"' and 25, 1957, as 
that the fullest 
ible be accorded the 

this way we may 
selfishly gave life 
world peace. 



do lieix'by proclaim May 24 
n California, and do urge 
lerous public support post 
of veterans' Popples. In 

cognition tLi those wlio unt 
tlie quest for a permanent 




WITNESS Vv!lE{ffiOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
tl^.e Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this l4th day of May, A.D., 
{}x\c. Thousand Nine Hundred 
,and Fifty-seven 



t Governor 



"/W>->o;-^^— -^"■ 



TTEST : 



^Cc*- *<^ 't*- 



Secretary of 



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3:KcutiDc Department 

i?tatc of daliforiiia 



FILED 

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MAY 1 5 1957 
fRAW M. JOSDAH, %a¥mi4l 

:Ji!!:jIAL liiLE'JTION riiOJLAMATIOr; ' ' / 



:, '•OOdWIN J. KNIGHT, aov-.-rnor of California, do 
'aim and ord^r that a spoelal election shall bj 
cr. Tuesda . ' nlxth day of August, 1957, with' 
I forty-fifth Assembly Dlr.trict of the State, consistlnfr of a 
lorM-i o- ' ■ County of Los Angel-;-, to fil] th" va ■ 

♦ate Asnemblyman from said District resulting from 
th<- dpnth of AsT.^mblj'man Thomas J. Doylo. 

Ar required hy Section ]rv>^' of the Election '"oi' , I 
o'^^-- • >.-.i-) r,r one hundred dollars for the arrest rind 
■o:-' '■< I'crL-cn who violates any of the provisions of 

•••irioi. :;iv o:' the Elections Code; the reward: ' ;ntll 

the total amount hor'>after expended for tlie purpo: »ies the 
' n thousand dollars. 

IN WITNE.SS WHEREOF, I have" hereunto ret my hand nnd 
• .c^ed the nreat Seal of the ."^tate of Callfornl;. U) : : 
•^ ■ -^ ■ ' 15th day of May, l'K,7. 




y^^i^-^UtA^J^ 7tiyLC4./if^ 



Oovornor 



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TO: 



FRCW: 



Secretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Department of Social Welfare 



GOODWIN J. KMIGirr, GOVERNOR 



FTUED 

Innt •www nw wcfwury WMK 
of IM WOHl Of WWwWw 

MAY 2 U 1957 
RANK M. JORDAN. Secielary ef SMt 



Pursuant to Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, and in order to provide for the con- 
tinue! operation of the State plans for Aid to Needy 
Children under the provisions of the Welfare and Institutions 
Code, I do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above- 
mentioned Public Assistance program is pro- 
vided for by the Federal Social Soctirity Act; 
and 

That this State has qualified to receive 
Federal assistance for the above-mentioned 
Public Assistance program and has not been 
notified that further payment of such Federal 
assistance will not be made because of failure 
of this State to coD^>ly with the requirements 
of the Federal legislation j and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance program for 
the month of June, 1957 has not been received, 
and it is improbable that such Federal assist- 
ance will be received by this State prior to 
the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby 
proclaim the existence of a period of welfare emergency 
and declare that the sum estimated by the State 
Department of Social Welfare in the amount of Federal 
assistance payable to this State under Federal law for 
the month of June, 1957, and appropriated by Section 11*5.3 
of the WeKare and Institutions Code are available for 
expenditure . 

You are, therefore, authoriaed and directed to do all 
things necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose 
of said Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code. 



Witness i^ hand and seal at Sacrament o^ 
California, this 'nth day of 
May, 1957. 

GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, GOVERNOR 



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^xcnitioe ©tpartintnt 

^tatc of California 



1 



PKUCLAKATION 
Preventing Cherry Crop Loss 



,>; .REAS. An unseasonal and heavy rainfall has occurred 
in many parts of California over the past four days, May 17 
through May 20; and 

..HijHt.AS. In certain cherry producing sections of Northern 
California this unseasonal rain endangers the marketability of 
the important cherry crop; and 

WHjiKiAS, This emergency requires unusual action to reduce 
the loss which will be encountered by many producers, which 
will total several millions of dollars unless prompt protective 
action is taken; 

NOW. TK-iREFORE, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do proclaim that a state of emergency exists in 
said cherry producing areas of Northern California warranting 
the use of every device, service and equipment as an aid to 
prevent deterioration of the crop about to be, or in the 
process of being, harvested, and do direct that the Director 
California Disaster Office and other agencies ot 
California taJce prompt and effective action to 
all possible aid to growers in view of the threat which 
recent rainfall poses to the important cherry crop of 
California. 



pro 

of the 
State of 



the 
render 

the 




IN VvITN.i;3S WHKREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 

this 2gth day 

of "Tte'y _. 

1957:: — ■ 

''^^ Governor of Calif^nia 
ATTEST: 
Secretary of(State. 



AIIPOBHIA HAT* PRINIIMC OmCB 






^KcutiDc department 

^tatc or Californij 



FfCED 



P R (.' C L A ,KA T L 



MAY 2 8 1957 
RANK H. JORDMl Secratafy if^ 



hf^jMk:^ 



The prui^resL; of this Nation may be 
att-ributt'd in lart;e moaaurc to our educational 
system and the emphasis placed on knov/ledge as 
the key to enlightened self-government. The 
degree to vifhlch ^^\xv educational system has been 
successrul in building better citizens is due 
to the interest and ability of men and women 
who have dedicated themselves to the teaching 
profession. Educators, in the process of 
transferring knowledge, set standards of char- 
aclci- and integrity which remain throughout the 
years with the students they have counseled, and 
thus exercise a valuable influence in their lives, 



V/ith the extremely rapid growth of our 
it is important that we interest greater 



ota tt.", 

numbers of young people in the opportunities 
offered in the teaching profession. This will 
serve to offset the national emex^gency that 
faces us that of a .shortage of teachers. 

In recognition of this fact, I, Goodwin 
J. Knight, G(wernor of California, do hereby 
proclaim Sunday, June 2, \'-Yf(, as TKACilER;:; DAY 
and urge my fellow citizens to take tlie ooportu- 
nity of honoring all teacliers both active* and 
retired. In this way, appreciation may be shown 
for tne noble service that they perform in 
insuring the future of our .'Jtate and Nation by 
their training of our young people. I also 
urge that the Apple Bloss.jm be acknowleuc;ed as 
the symbol of the day and t!iat all Californians 
become more familiar wltli the accomplishments 
of our teachers and the opportunities offered 
by toacliing as a career for our young men and 
women . 



AAA 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 28th day of May, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Huwdred 
iand l-'if ty-seven. 




— L.J 



i'xcfutiuc Bcpartiufiir 

^t.itc of Calirornij 



P n O C L A M A Wi 



FTUED 

JUN 3 - 1^57 
HAKKM.JORDNlSacii'inf*"* 



,,i,r. r,rn ,, '" '^'^^ contlnulnc tradition of 
^hn' "^n 'l''" y^"^ ^^ ^^^'^ ^^"=^t wc observe days 
thau inland out aj milestunea In our horitarc 
hvor ;iince the blrtl, of our country, national 

ti^ii^"}- ''"' "'•'' ^^^^^' ^^ celebrate the 
ni£,nj.ichta oi our ciuest Tor freedom. 

i^tv,^l ,. ''•'''^'^ ^^Q.v we aj-aln commemorate the 

and eighty yeara ago, shortly after the sicnlnc 
of the Declaration of Independence, the 
Continental Congress ^avo to yount- America the 
symbol of the freedom Its people had win" ^he 
rla:- of the United States of America haS been 
honored and respected throuchout tl>e wo^ld Is 
un emblem of national pride. Today, its 
thxrtcen ;!trlpos depleting the thirteen orlrinal 
otates represent the nevcr-cndinr desire of all 
free men that the world will one day live J n 
aSJeS^r^^'^'^'^- J'^^' ^■°r^y-'^'icht stais can be 
but torrti /Th "^^'-'^f ^^'^^ admitted to the Union, 
but to^etiier they symboll-.e the unity that i- 
our national boast. ^ ^" 



Good 
dir.tJncl.ion of 
ask of each of 
to the indivl 

W( 



citijienship .-.hould bn a mark and 
every American. It is little to 
us that we pay constant homace 
luxxiLiy oi our freedoms and i-h-ii- 
^^ pray to Almlrhty God for peace, apnine""ind 

liberties that we now enjoy. 

lo 
and 

S^r^^*^ --'^l-^'in- ourcSiiiS'anS 
ua r-o?i;t'\"^'^^r '^"^^ ^" '"^^ ^"^^t to the 
contraiuti' n^'^'•'^" '''" "l^f ^"^''"^"rs and their 
contilb utxon.. to our national welfare, prosperity 




IN WlTi^s WIIKrM)F, I have h<:reunto 
-'-t my hand and 
Seal of the State uf 



^ ^r- 



caused the Great 



affixed 
A.D. 



California 



this 3rd day of 



t<^ be 

•Tune, A.D., One Thousand ;jine 
Uiiidrcd a;id Fifty-seven. 




'or 



3ecr(M,ary oj^^atc 







^Kcutioc department 

3tatc or Califorina 



(; C 1. A V\ A T 1 







b^?X 




For all our maturlal abundance, the rea ' ' 
strength of the United States and tlic source of Ito 
plenty lies in tlio ijplritual and moral force of our 
ideals. Me arc involved today in a spiritual v/ar of 
moral and relicloua valuer; in wiiich our most potent 
Vvcapon is to Instill the spirit of freedom and faith 
in ti\o I.earts and minds of ooople everyivlicrc. 

uur American ciH.H:u io based upon the 
simple belief tfiat each human being is a creature of 
God and cndovjed by Him with the dignity of individu- 
ality. This './as the premise adi.'ptod nearly tvr- 
centuries ago by a r.roup of stalwart, patriotic men 
v;ho gatiiered to form a govei'nmcnt of the people, by 
the people and for tlie people. I'o them, tlie supreme 
function uf ,'jovcrnment was to clear the paths x'ur 
the enlarj^ement of human personality, the i-ealizatlon 
of man's di(j;nity and tiie I'ccoijnitlon of indivioual 
inter;rit:; . 



This iioritagc we have defended v/ith. eternal 
vigilance, often at the sacrifice of lives and comfort 
of Lur people. A:; ;; towards i.'j' the lamp of 
bear a heavy responsibility, for sliould we 
maintain the sliininc er.ample of successful 
from the forces of oppression and tyranny. 



and yearnings of all raanlcind would be 
V/lth God's help, we shall not fall. 



freedom we 
fall to 
deliverance 
the iiopes 



forever lost, 



In affirmation of the faitli of our forebears 
that the rit';hts vV man stem from the Creator and not 
from the state, I, Goouwin J. Kriljjht, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim July 4, 1957, as 
INDEPENDENCE DAY tiiroufjhout the Gtate, and I urge ray 
i'elluvi cltisens to observe this day with colorful 
exhibitions of patriotic fervor and to make the 
fullest appropriate display of our National Emblem. 
Furthermore, I ur^e all Californians to offer prayers 
of tiianl.sglvinc for the manifold blessings of freedom 
under God v;' Ich arc ours. 



IN l-/I'i'i>n':SS V/llEiiEuF, I iiave i-iere- 
unto set my iiana and caused 
tne Groat Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 20th day of June, A.D., 
iMie Thousand Nine Ilundrcd 
; nd Fifty-seven. 






^ Governed. ^ 

'"L'i':ST: 





**J:'c 



3:Kruniic Department 

5tjcc or €jliroriiia 







an . 

tivlty, 
living. 



'■ i.i tiio cuuatry 

. -iry that care, 
iacu to prevent acci- 
•utions. Mcchanl- 
•■-'■"tiii' Iclenoy and Improved 

' 'US, I;--., I ...... ased the dangoro 

i-3. Theao casualties result in economic 
:_ '^.'Z^, impair individual and group ^rod-'c- 
ami retard the advancement of standards of 



Kquaiinc the progress bolnc made by mechani- 
zation is trie contribution by interested orcanizatl^ns 
In eliminatinc the accidents on our farms and ranches. 
Throurji) education and aiJiaication tlic American Red 
Cross, tiie Gran|-e, the Farm bureau, 4-Ii Clubs, Future 
i-'armers of America and the National Safety Council 
are inaufjuratinc nevi? projects aimed toward greater 
safety. Witii proper care and observance of safety 
rules the annual toll of crippling and :-:illinc acci- 
dents can be substantially reciuced. 



Witn these thougiits in mind, I Join with 
the President of tlie United States in encouraging 
the promotion of agricultural safety by proclaiming 
July 21-2Y, 1957, as FAHM SAFETY WEEK, and urge all 
r.iy fellow Calif ornians to exercise care and diligence 
In eliminating the inanimate and human causes of 
acclaento tu assure the fullest protection uf person 
' ■ - oerty and to Insure tiio continuing development 
State. Tt is hiiixTative that L;afety conscious- 
farm family. 

IN WITNESS V.1IERE0P, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
tlie Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
tills 2l3t day of June, A.D., 
Cme Thousand Nine Hundred 
•and Fifty-seven. 







o.-vofiiur 



"j'EJT: 




Secretary of Ct 



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FIUED 

In lit* «•"*• •' •''• »«"»'»'r •♦ S"** 



^xccutiDc department 

^tJtc or daliroriiij 



AU. 



1957 



FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of State 



rROCLAMATIO ^^'>/plXtYi'^i^<'^ 



titaMM tMrctair •< Stol*/ 



The SUCCOE3 of the progress and development 
of our California ooimuunitLcc depend:; largely on the 
participation in civic activities of the adults. In 
planning and accomplishing our preparation for a better 
tomorrow, it is imperative that there exist a close 
cooperation between all peoples. Our entire democratic 
way of life has been built on this fundamental philosophy. 

We here in California are blessed with an 
abundance of wealth that assures future success. Our 
children and young people can look forward to golden 
opportunities never before experienced throughout the 
world. Our responsibility to their education and train- 
ing is a vital one and cannot be dealt with lightly. 
Parents and Teachers Associations throughout our State 
have made outstanding contributions in promoting a fuller 
understanding of the problems involved in training and 
educating our citizens of the future. In many of 
California's rapidly growing communities, these groups 
have been instrumental in solving the many difficulties 
arising from Llie immigration of new families, in combating 
the causes of delinquency and in focusing attention on 
the need for a close relationship between the parent, the 
teacher and the child. 

The offoctivenesG of such an organization is 
only as great as the support it receives from members of 
our communities. With ttiis in mind. I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do iicreby proclaim October 7-13, 
1957, as PAilENT-Ti-;ACHl':R WEEK and urge my fellow citizens 
to join in the programs and projects that arc aimed at 
developing our young people into good citizens. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
7th day of August, A, D. 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Pift:/ -Seven. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



"r^cvr.fn.ry of ry^e 



FILED 



^xcnitioc Bcpartincnt 

^tatc or dJlirornia 



AUu 1 u 1957 
FRANK M. JOIIDAN, ^10^ 



of»m 



PROCLAMA T I^ 0' ^-•^— 




^very American has an intimate, personal stake in 
the dynamic iTeedom of our press. It is a basic element of 
our American system. It stands un the same firm footing in 
law as the clear separation of the three formal branches of 
our Government. It stands between them and a fourth more 

potent, more expansive governmental power that of public 

opinion. Its presence in our law and tradition is assurance 
that our liberty as individuals and as a people will be 
maintained. 

Without the information and broad circulation of 
facts and opinion afforded by our newspapers, the high form 
of democracy which we all cherish would likely aoon be 
dissolved and pass from memory in a generation or two. 

In this age when godless leaders of great govern- 
ments knowingly pervert the public press in order to use its 
power as an instrument for the furtherance of their pagan 
policies, it is heartening to pay tribute to free men and 
free women in a free Journalistic world whose minds are not 
lettered by the manacles of bureaucratic censorship and 
whose sole intellectural responsibilities are to look into 
their own hearts and to write in an honest manner what they 



A 
scheme of ex 
economic sys 
manufactured 
more than a 
unutterably 
any price to 
benefits and 
In a free na 



newspaper commands a unique position in our 
istence. It is a paradoxical product of our 
tem, and one of the most impermanent types of 
goods on the market. Its fixed value is never 
few cents. Yet, our dally routine would become 
dull ii we were without one, and we would pay 
regain the pleasure of sharing equally in the 
responsibilities attendant upon a free -aress 
tion. ' 



Knicrhf n °°"*^^'"Plating these basic truths, I, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim October 1-8 
1957, as NEWSPAPER IVEEK, in our State, and urge my fellow ' 
citizens to take advantage of every opportunity to eain 
appreciative understanding of the important contributions 
hSppJness!"^^^''^ "^^^ ^° °'''' "^^^^' lib^^ty a"d pursuit of 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
Ibth day of August, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 




Fifty-seven 



Governor 
'ATTEST: >, 

Secretary olOTtate 









ir PMisriKc c>i#u» 



^xcnititic Bcpartnicnt 

^tm of ealiforiiij 



1' H UCLA M A T I N 
DECLARING THE TERMINATION 
I'HE 
STATE L>F EMERGENCY 



V.'HEREAS, on tne 2ii3t day of May, 19:^7, a State 

'.va;-. pi'ociai.med to exist in the che;"" ;>i^iaucin'- 



arean of northern Caiirornia as 



anu 



■v-'iit of an i^.io.- lo jrial 



1 nfall wlilch endan;^,i':->'n *'ne marketabili ' , -,' 
'-■I'Op in said areas; and 
WHEREAS, the conditions vvhlcli vjarranted and 
necessitated the proclamation of sucli State of Snei'^^ency 
no lon^jer exist: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor 
or California, by virtue of the povjers and autho: ,, . usted 
in me by tne Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby 
pi'uci iLiii tiie tei-mi.nation of said State oV Emerge: !.■ ^ ; i.-id 

T DIRECT tliat this proclamation shall take effect 
!. and sliali, as soon herea ' is post- ': . 

.'Liea in mo OiTlcc of the Secretary of State of tne State 
' ' ' 1 1 i i'orn 1. a . 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 



PfiuUj •« I. M TrOKVft »I»Tr FttWTiNC Of J r<|l 



-"^ 



^xcniritic Bcparnncnt 

State of California 



■mu cauLu;a inv Great Seal of the State of California to 
;-e affixed this loth day of Aui-.unt, 19'jY. 



Juvernor oi' Callforrfla 



A'I'TliST 



'q^ 




locretary yf i/tate 




y^ CHAS./i. HKCiR-pY 

X AB«l.,ANI,ycRtlAMTk>|.-«TATB 



FfLED 

AUc. I h i'jb? 
FRANni. JORDAN, Sectotary of »a1a 



lHIMl0.{ l« C 41 (Ml 



FILED 



In IM aAc* <f iti< ka<t«tary af State t^-i 
«fttaMW«(C4Mtf«ml« <| 



^xcfutiuc Department 

5tJtc of California 



AUb ;.' "( 1957 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary ol State I 

SI'KCIAL faJLKCTION FROCLAMATrON // 



I- Ah^xi iv^^iri of wol* 



I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be 
held on Tuesday, the nineteenth day of November, I937, within 
the sixty-fourth Assembly District of the State, conslatlnp. of 
a portion of the County of lx)» Angeles, to fill the vacancy in 
the office of State Assemblyman from said District resulting 
from the resignation of Assemblyman Patrick D. McGee. 

As required by Section 1002 of the Elections Code, I 
hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest and 
conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions of 
Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until 
the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the 
sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this Z?th day of August, I957. 




Go</ernor 



^(AAA.i/C^A^ 



ATTEST:oj^_^^^^^ Q 



Secretat 



tatt 




^^M^i. 






i^«. I'iFii r 



afxcfunoc department 

^tJtc of (California 



FILED 

in tfw Olfiu »f Iht S<cr*tory of SMI* 

of tht liflt* •( CaHlwnl* 

FRANK M. JOTOAM. Secretary d Stafa 



Citif.ens in 91 California cities and towns are 
now organlzinc; in federated voluntary campaigns to support 
hundreds of health, welfare ami recreational services 
which help to strenf.then our homes and safeguard our 
youLii. 



These servi 
Crusades or bXinds and 
care of dependent cnl 
and day nui'serios. . . f 
crippled Ghiliren and 
tiie physically nandic 
aged... for assistance 
trouble and for youth 
tens of thousands of 
reliant and responsib 



ces maintained through United 
ttirough ComimmLty Ciiests are for the 

Idren in foster homes, institutions 

or the cure and treatment of sick and 
adults... for the rehabilitation of 

apped...for comfort and care of the 
to families and individuals in 
services which make it possible for 

boys and girls to grow up into self- 

le citizens. 



In 
of thousands 
great service 
Knight, Cover 
October and N 
CRUSADE, and 
people of our 
their friends 
LO the task o 
humanitarian 



recognition of tae volunteer time and effort 
of our citizens and in recognition of the 
s performed by these groups, I, Goodwin J. 
nor of CalLfortiLi , proclaim September, 
Qvembor, ly^Y, as C0M!WN11"Y CHEST, UNITED 
UNITED I'VUD TIME in Cilifornla. I urge the 
State to give all possible assistance to 
and neighbors who give their time and talents 
f raising iXinds to carry forward these 
and civic causes. 




IN WITNESS WHERE:0P, I have hereunto 
r.ct my liand and caused the 
Gi'eat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
third day of September, A. D., 
One thousand Nine hundred and 
Kifty-seven. 



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requires, So'g'o'ther'?L°Lor^^ i"!-" f ^^^^^ Ratlin 
el forts <,r members of Lt^,^ ' ^°^""tary cooperative 
cooperatJon adds to L r '^T?''"^ ^""^ ^<^bor. This 

loroes Of oppreLion aniot irfa^'/'^'^r^^^ '^^^-^ the 
our way or Hfe. ^^^n^ot break down the bulwark of 



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havf pro^^res^r^L^S^ '"^"^t'-y °^ ^"^ ^tate and 
our labor unions have JoJ Lfu! ?*" ' ""^^ ^"" *'°"'«" «" 
to bring them to ^ .o.^l^'^^^Z^l^^^f^^ ^^^^^s 

the union 



Nation 



present day 



members have'Se^S'beUer'eT/^'^ Position. 

better Americans. "'''^ employees, better citizens' and 



manufacturers?''merch?n^*'^it ''^°f''' 'Cooperation amon^ 
to the constant attention of T^""''? "'''^'^^ ^^ ^roSt 
now stands as a sl'n idcnn.-v^^ P""^^' the Union Label 
produced by American 'woS'uni*^ ^°''*/" """^ services 
tlons. workero under union working condi- 

or Labor Dlj/L^S^i^n^^Se^oliJtlo'n^ o'?^?i"°-^ observance 
efforts of union workers and i^i ^^ cooperative 
in our free enterprise system f'^^^." f ""i°" l^bor 

way of life. ^''^ significance in our democrat!? 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of Caliiornla 
to be affixed thi 




2nd day of September A n 

and l^^r^T ^^"^ Hundred " 
4nd Mfty -Seven. 

Governor of California 
ATTEST AJCL* 





Secretary of Stat 




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FILED 

SEPV' - 1957 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Jecrofaiy ol SWi 

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nas beco..^^ S»oT or't.lr ' i^^l^^ ^^'^"-^^- "'^^to cane 

^lub. or America. ? n^ou ^ \it'''Vr.T""'""' °'" «-''<•' ^ioif 
■l^--i:io.lat,Lo.i makiuF the wh ♦ -i^OfLa or Uiaisv groups 

enacted m ,nan.y ^l^^o^'^ll^tu^dri'l^.i^^^ ^^^^ ^-n 

a period of timfdurl'n,'; wn?ch nl""'' °£ ^''^' ^^^^e designate 
arc asked to consider waJS to h ?f ^ r"^" '^"«^^y K^O'J •■^iSf 
to iead happy and productive lives w'" '""" fortunate 
to do everytiiinc possible to hnT , . "° """"^ ^^^ encouraged 
to acquaint the public witn, hf ""^^^ Programs desired 
conservation and\h^pr;Jcntlon 0";-'^^^::,°^ ^^^ht ^"^' 

cane playsTn'oux^ soclety^T the position that the white 
or CaUl'ornia do iierebv rrn.M.? ^''-^" *^ ' knight. Governor 
as WHITE CANE DAY3 xn our 2tat ''T''''''''' ^'^ ^"^ 29 1957 
citizens to support tiie Mon^ i', f'''' "^^'^^ '"y ^^^^ou ' ^^^ ' 
by obtaining Uirough conlrn ."i , " "■'? "^" ""^thy endeavor 
and thereby eniunce tue oJist-tndu;' miniature white cane 
Cluus are doing m sight'^con.iTja^S'on?''' '"'^^ '''' ^^°- 

IN WITNE.. WHKREO., I have hereunto 
Great ^eal of the State of 




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^tatc of (California 



PILED 

«Af«M. JORDAN, Secretary of Sfafe 
PROCLA MA T,r"0 N '*^"" 



the hour! a call „^i^^^«=larlon call of 

M03CG received ihrrr^"^"'^'^ ^^ "*^^" 
x-cceived the Ten Commandments." 

adoption orthe''?on^??t!^f , ^^^ ^^Oth Anniversary of the 
a result of the emphasls'iu'cif h''", """"^ St^es anf as 
special day, there has bee a Vr^d-.^" ^^^^" *° <^'^i« 
importance of this year's annlJSar J. ^'"'^''''^ '" '^^ 

^cml rounJaK:;roV''our'Den,f '"r;"' "^^ '^^•'^'^"'C' the broad 
preservation is Iniisp^n-a n^'T^^'^ "^^ °^ i^^'e, its ' 
progress toward peace^SasS on ? '^f^fl^d's continued 
Will endure as a llvlnr ^?r ^.^"'^■^''^<^"^^ freedom, it 
long as it is wholly "SoDoiiff,^"''^ instrument on?; as 
and inspired citi.enr^^^Seci';^!^^ de.i"'?™"^' ^^°"^'d 
its principles. ""^^^ determination to defend 

people Of SfLcer/?iee"d"s'\\?^°°'"^ ^ cross-section of 
it is fitting that the^e nf^. ^°'''' ^"^ nationalities 2nd 
precepts of fhe Jirt^o? the'Stf^^^Jf^^ "^°" the nob?2' 
courage and vision of those'whrconceive" ??f "''°" '"' 

have lou6ht%ourareoi3iv°^!^\^ ^^^'?^^ ^" °"r history who 

and the TellowshJ^'of Iri'^eoSf'/^' '^^""^ of^^mTnkind 
Governor of Calif urnliH ..i' "'■' Goodwin J. Knight 
l^y.l, as CONSTliiS^DAY in r^^.r°°^^^ SepteSeflf 
September I7-23 i.)S7 i! u" °"'' ^^^^c- The period 
CITIZENSHIP WEEi^/4'Jln^wh?c?^ designated as African 

Dif " Vitf ^- P=^''^ in Programs sTc^ao^""^^^-"^-^ are 
^ay. Citizenship Days" and ,imV? I am an American 
In addition, I urge my fellow pTJ^^'' Patriotic observances 
acquainted with the Weslw^ of i^k"\*^° ^^'=°'"e furtheS 
under ^,.i3^^^^^^_ document. ^^^erty which we enjoy 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
tic G?e«t'"^ ^f"^ ^"^ ^auJed 
cnc oreat Seal of th^ c;t^,4- 

°J California to be "f ?iJe1 
this 12th day Of Septeibe?, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
.Hundred and Fifty-seven! 







Governor ^ 



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Secretary of 




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^xcnitiDc i?>fpartnicnt 

^tatc of California 



'^I'liClAL EU-:CTION PHQCLAM./riON 



FFLED 

FRANK M. mm. Secretary of Stafe 



I, .OOOWIN J. KIJIGHT, Governor of California, do 
• •'■ • im.ialm and order that ,. special election shall be 
n.ia o. Tuesday, the twenty-sixth day of November, l9y^ within 

■irty-slxth Senatorial District of the State, oonslstlng 
or tr.e County of San Bernardino, to fill the vacancy In the 
Office Of State Senator fro. .aid District resulting fron, the 
reclgnatlon of Senator Ja^es E. Cunningham, Sr. 

A. required by Section luo^. of the Elections Code. I 
noru.y err... , ..,.,„, ,, ,,^ ,^^,^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ 

•or.vlctloM o- ,u,y person who violates any of the provisions of 
Dlvi.lor. XIV o:^ the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until 
the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the 
sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto «et my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 12th day of September. 19^7. 



CJovemor / 
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^KcutiDc department 

3tarcof(lj|iforiii.i 



FILED 

IB Hw Offln It thi S<Kf«lory of Stot. 

SEPl:? 1957 "^ 
FRANK M.JOI?OAN,JecrBta7 of Sfate 



PROCLAMAT ^ t N '^•■•^•w 





contl„ul„e™cM rJJ ^f"? g^^^lon of the 

la required, so is a ^ttr.^ ^. military streneth 
the two are insepLJbiv^^f.'^^^^^ Defense, for 
armor against a??S'^ ^^"^^ ^to the natiSJ-s 

Piay. It L'^an oSlnlzJ^r ^ °^^^^ ^"^ role to 
action and its or?ec?l?en^?" '^^'^ emergency *" 
the degree of Its prepa^edne.r? ""^ "^asured by 
ii- an unexpected warSnJo? f ^° ^°^ ^^ °nce 
should be received.^ ^^ ^" Impending attack 

Defense ac compliment.' ^''.^"^ '^^^ ^^^ Civil 
Of Civil Defense for a ,4"d^ ""' ^^^^ reputation 
But regardless of Sir state n?""'' °^ganizatiSn. 
cannot be satisfied o„^ °f P^^Paredness, we 
the lives Of our ?^i,Sj f„Tfe\^o\° ^1°^^^ 

review conUnuouslf oS^omff ."^'^^^^ity to 
I* Goodwin J. KniP'hf- ^ ^ defense operation-, 
do hereby proclaim ^^^^"''k''"^^ ^"^ California ' 
CIVIL DEFENSE^il^^ In'^our s? l^'^^^ I95?ras' 
fellow Citizens to tnin f ^^^^''^ ^"'^ I urge mv 
Closely and In ha^infas w!"''''^^ togethfr "" 
important work, i a] L "^ Proceed with this 

to take an active 0^?/''^'' ^^^ -alifox-nians 
call the ImporJancfJf SvlH^'f"" UeslgneJ"to 
attention of everyone. Defense to the 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I ,ave here- 
th:°a?e\\'"|eSar T-^ 

Sun^ -^ ^'--'nS-' 
^fundrea and Fifty-seven! 



ATTEST: 



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butlons to the'weii-Irc ol u^r State '"thf."' """*^^^- 
-spect and gratitude or airthe'?r^ellow%'5:?L"|,3. 

a broader unZrTanTxn". o^othe:!^ P""?'" ^^^ ^'^^^Ing 
assist in aolvlnr thn?^ ^"^ people in order to 

13 a rirm basisTor ?rrend"h?r'rT- , ""^^^^tandlng 
Invaluable Inrredlent or h^i ?"^''^^"^^'^iP i" an 
to a run ll??r!an5 a liliTJ^'n "V^PPi^^^s leads 
Objective or all youn/;;Ji and'^wote°n^^\\JL^J.-J- 

association w!th'you?h"%°L°'"'''"^^' ^"^ unorflcial 
the "PPwrtunlty to particioatr^r"''^^.'^^'' 6^^^" 
obligations, our yoSnrpeioJc w^n"''^^, "^ community 
encourage others ?o becume^actTvP .?f?''"^^^"^^^^^^y 

fellow Calirornians to become Lare of ^""^ ^ """e^ "^^ 
earnest, liclpfui citi-en^^MH f °^ °"^ y°"th as 

friendl^ conhSence. ^ ^"^ ^''^^^ ^^^-^ "ith 

IN WITNESS WflEREOF, J have here- 

^ho r^^*"^.""^ ^'^"^ ^"d caused 
the Great Seal or the State 

i", • i^fP"*"^^ ^" be arrixed 
U.^s 2/ith day of September, 



TTEST: 




A.D,, One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Pirty-sevon. 






Governor 






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Secretary 



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EIUED 

SLP'Mt 19d7 ! 



$xccutit)c department 

^utc of Californu 



PROCLAMATION 



During the past hall' centuirj^, the 
young men and women ol" our Nation repeatedly 
have been called upon to leave their homes and 
loved ones to go forth in defense of our 
American heritage. Some of their mothers have 
experienced the supreme sacrifice in the loss 
of their progeny on ttic battlefields in order 
that the freedoms we hold so dear might live 
for generations to come. 

This loss Is one which the Nation can 
never repay but we can in some measure demon- 
strate our gratitude by saluting those mothers 
who wear with pride the star of gold which 
symbolizes her sacrifices. These women are 
close to the hearts of all Americans, and their 
influence is vital to the security of our 
Republic. They have reinforced th>' moral fiber 
of our Nation by developing a greater realization 
of the responsibilities we bear in the World. 
They are in a position of protecting and 
perpetuating the traditional values which we 
prize in our way of life. 

Saluting the valor of these brave 
and devoted women, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim September 29, 
lySYj as GOLD STAR MOTHER'S DAY in our State, 
and urge my fellow Californians to Join me in 
constant prayer that their sons and daughters 
have not died in vain. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 25th 
day of September, A.D., 
One TJiousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-seven. , 




Secretary ofstate 

FILED 

In *• effltti •» lh« Ufn\ory of Sunt 
oltlwINMMGanAirnla 



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FRANK M, JORDAN, $ecfetaryc(Sl3te 

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FILED 

•titalWMafCaMiiMa , 



^xcrutiuc department 

3tatc of Caliroriiia 



FRANK M. JOI?OAN, Secrefary of Stale 

PROCLAMATI ^UU^/^l.') ■ S^jill^ 



A..lii4t SivMwij al Itot* 




By tradition, the United States 
and Canada observe tiie calendar week of the 
year which includoa October '•) as a special 
period commemorating the terrible fire 
which destroyed the city of Chicago 86 years 
ago. For 3':> years, this special week has 
been officially dedicated to emphasize the 
grave responsibility of every citizen to 
help In I'educlng the annual Increase in loss 
of life, property and resources from fire. 

Despite advances made in fire 
prevention and safety, each year more than 
eleven thousand persons perish from fire in 
the United States, most <^^\1 tliem women, 
children and elderly persons. Annual 
property losses from fire total nearly 
lA billion dollars. 

After thorough investigation of 
fires in our State it has been found that in 
many cases, they could have been prevented 
through proper care and caution. Today we 
have more liazardous materials to deal with — 
our areas are becoming more and more 
congestou — our individual buildings are 
larger — and our conflagration hazards more 
serious. 

In view of our increasing fire 
safety problem, I, Goodwin J. Knight, do 
hereby proclaim the week of October b-12, 
lyb7, as FIRE PREVENTION WEEK in our State, 
and I urge my fellow Californlans to 
recognise the necessity for exercising 
gr-ater precaution against fire and correct- 
iiig hazardous conditions which could result 
ii, fire. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2bth 
day of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
/^and Fifty-seven. 




Governor 

ATTEST: 




Secretary o(_§tate 



All l-MI.VTtSC OIK* 



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^xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^totc or £jlirorniii 



SPECIAL ELECTION PKQCLAMATION 

I, GOODWIN J, KNIGHT, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on Tuesday, the tetitli day of December, 19^7, within the 
Eighteenth Assembly District of the State, consisting of a 
portion ol" the County oi" Alameda, to fill the vacancy in the 
office of State Assemblyman from said District resulting from 
the resignation of Assemblyman Thomas W. Caldecott. 

As required by Section 1002 of the Elections Code, I 
hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the 
provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sum oV ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEr<E0F, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 27th day of September, 1957. 




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overnor 




Secretary ofstate 



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FILED 

In Hit affic* vf Iht tacntarr of 8MH 
df ih< MM M Ctllternia 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secrcfary of State 

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FILED 

In <h* ulllu of iIm Swrrl.M r al S>a** 
at th* ttat* of CalHwriln 

L J 

./ 1 



^Kcutiuc Bcpartnicnt 

^tatc of Califoriiu 



FRANK M. JQROftM, Secretar^cf yjala 



KtM 






MTIOMAL EMPLOY THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED WEEK 
is observed each year in October. The occasion is a time 
for reviewing accomplishments through our program of 
development ol' employment opportunities for handicapped 
persons and planning for continuance of that projjrara on a 
sustained basis. 

Full utilization of the handicapped as a primary 
part of our active labor force has fundamental significance 
for our aatioaai welfare. In California we have enjoyed 
the benefits of constant growth and high levels of indus- 
trial activity. We must, therefore, take full advantage 
of tlie contributions that the handicapped can contribute 
in further strengthening our economy. They have demon- 
strated beyond doubt that in positions for which they are 
suited by training, their capabilities are fully equal to 
those of tlie able-bodied. 

Waste of this great manpower resource is even 
more deplorable than the waste of our natural resources 
through fire, flood and other preventable destruction. 

Tlirougli our program for reliabilitation, thousands 
of California citizens will be prepared in the year ahead 
to assume their rightful place alongside their able-bodied 
neighbors. Tliese handicapped citizens do not seek charity. 
They ask only that tlieir skills and abilities be recognized 
and that they be given equal opportunity to contribute to 
our economic effort. They are ready, willing and able. 

With confluence that our citizens will recognize 
its high purpose, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim the week of October 6-12, 
1957, as EMPLOY THE PHYSICAU.Y HANDICAPPED WEEK in 
Califurnia, and I urge that the utmost support be given 
to the programs oi' employment and training of the handi- 
capped during that week and throughout the year. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 3rd day of October, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. 





Governor 




TTEST: 



Secretary of State 



^xerutiDe ©cpartmcnt 
locate or Cjlifoniu 



PROCLAMATION 



Poetry is the most primitive of the 
literary arts, liavlnr, its origin in emotional 
utterances in connection wltli song and dance. 
Since the beglnnint; oi' the 20th Century, rliythmical 
verse has experienced a revival as a vital literary 
I'orm and it now enjoys a prominent place in the 
realm of expression. 



Through the years the milestones in the 
history of our civilization have been recorded in 
metrical and non-metrical verse. Wliere facts and 
statistics fail to picture reality, the rhythm of 
the poem assists in projecting the warmtli and 
feeling of a person, an event or an emotion. From 
it can be gathered inspiration that turns men's 
minds to thoughts of peace and tranquility. 

To assist in stimulating interest among 
all members of our present day society in poetry, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 15, 1957, as POETRY DAY 
throughout our State. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 7th day of October, A.D,, 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. 




Governor 



yX^vL^-^l^f^ty 




ATTEST: 




Secretary 



FILED 

In Id* Offlc* of Iha Stiir.lory of Slota 
of ih* Stai* <A Call)»rnla 

7 ijO/ 

FRANK M, JORDAN, Secrotarui^laie 




^Kfutjuc Bcpartincnt 

<&tatcofG;j|iforiiij 






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i in Rome, llaly, lLu^r^A^?,'''^''\°'\ '^''^ '"°^^^" ^^^ will be held 
Games to be held i? Sou^w i°n f P*^^^"!^f'' ^^^ ^^^^^ ""h Winter 
March, 1960. These came" wJli ?rfoS''"^"'^' ^"^^^^^^^^^ ^"^ 

I together young mer. aSfSomei x-opre^entJn/Sr.T"^ "' '^^"«^"e 
nations, uV manv mro" ^x^^^j . ^ ""^^ tlian seventy 

sinp variou. hZrran7j customs ''ItiT'^^T'. '" '^^^ ^"^ P^^^^-- 
appeal of friendly athletic comuo?}^. on" ^^ '^"^ universal 
of sportsmanship and dedicated ^J'/""'*'''"'-^^^ ^^ ^'^^ ^"les i 
tant thing is for each anSever>i.^f.^f^"''-^P^^ ^^^^ the impor- • 
to Win in a manner JhatKnlreflectr^i^t^ ^" ^" ^^^ very best 
herself, and the country represi^S. "^^" ^^""^^^^ °^ i 

above an VitJ'^l^Ji l^^ mJl^l'Iip^^L^ tryin. times require { 
among the most telling things whirhinri ""d^^^tandinK, and ^ 
countries are the actS o? indlvliSal' ^i^nn^ f^^'^ °^ "^^^^ 
ments. Experiences afforded bv the m^^^^ ^^"''^ °^' Sovern- 
contrlbutlon to common underc^. h "^^P^^ Barnes make a unique 
all peoples. understanding and mutual respect among 

and spectatSs'aliko'K'bSrimSuo^ ^T?^? ''^^^ competitors 
chivalry, and comr^SeS nd imore^^ef ^^ J'^^f '" °^ friendship, 
accomplishment is reward liiSr^^ ^^^^ *'>^ ^'^^^t that 
Association is presently cnVa^ed J: JJ'^ ^""'^^ ^^ates Olympic 

the teams representing ?he United Sta^ef^?^"^^'^"^ ""PP°^^ ^°'" 
Valley. The State of r-inr ^^^f u ^, '^ ^^ ^°"'c and Squaw 

great contributor in reSirce"?,.i^' ^°"^ '^^^^ ^ ^^^-^^^ and a 
program evidenced b? Je;:^inra.- h.tr'''?'"^^ ^" *^^^ "^i^Plc 
Games in I932 and tL-'co^in? Slnter'aSs^'n^!"' ''" ^'^^'^ 

I960 WinteroSlcl7i''SilV.'j"Xi'?h\"' ?^'^ ^^ ^°^*= "^ ^^^ ' 
nia, do hereby procliim tho\:!^ ;. ^"^Sht, Governor of Califor- 

OLYMPIC WEEK,^aS"l'u;ge'the"cltl°ens''?h'-^" '^^"'^^ ^^^7, as °" , 
organizations and the imtltn?7,.n: f-\. i"- communities, the 
their power to support the XVIlCl^ii'^^r" ^'^'" ^^ ^" ^11 i" ' 

?srn:?i- ?h^? ihe^:^-^.-EMcSrL^?^e-:^^^^ 

the united States fuliy ^^^^^^l^^^^^J^^... 

^^ WITNESS WliEREOF, I have hereunto ' 

leal^r fw t?^ '^^"^^^ the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this l/|th day of 
October, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-seven. 





TEST : 



Governor 




Secretary of ist 



CHAS/J. »iXGfeR/Y~ 



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^KCUtiDc Bcpartmcnt 

Stm or California 



FrUED 

OCT 1 ? 1957 
FRANK H. JORDAN. Secrelify oi SMi 

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P.!ii^GLAMATI() §^^J\ ) s^-r^ l-^ 



^IH"WWl P'^^'Ww^f I 



It Is profitable for all citizens oI" the 
United States of America periodically to pause, 
reflect, re-appi-alse and re-evaluate their heritage 
as members of a free society under the Declaration 
of Independence and the Constitution of the United 
States. Under the stress and strain of modern 
living vjith its many distractions, there is a 
tendency to accept our freedoms and opportunities 
without due retj;ard to our responsibilities to 
protect, defend and maintain them for future 
generations. 

As a people, we have often been called 
upon to protect our Republic, sometimes in the face 
of tremendous odds. V/e liave shed blood and endured 
great suffering because we have known that the fate 
of our way of life with its guarantees of liberty 
was challenged. 

Today the dedicated cadres of Communism 
constitute a vigilant vanguard to the absolute 
totalitarianism which seeks to subvert us. To 
protect our democratic institutions we must dedicate 
ourselves anew to the principles of our revered 
founding documents. 

With these thoughts in mind, I, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
October 23, l^J'jY, as UNITED STATES DAY in our State, 
and I urge my fellow Californians to replenish our 
vigor and reaffiinn our devotion to God and country, 
I also urge everyone to participate in programs 
designed to rekindle in the hearts of tiic people 
their love and enthusiasm for this United States. 



WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this Ibth day of October, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-seven. 





Governor 



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rTEST : 



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Secretary 



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FfLED 



^xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc or Calirornia 



OCT I r 1957 
nUNK M. JOtDAN, Secratafy ef Ml 

P U O C L A M A T I 



A^^lMAft ^^^^^^^ ^B^a^^^ 

W"™ ••■■'¥» V* 



Now in its twelfth year as a vital instru- 
ment in tiie preservation of world peace, tne United 
Nations stands as a monument to the desire of people 
to live toi^etaer in harmony roi^ardless of their 
differences in political philosophy. To accomplish 
this, the citizens of our country must give intelli- 
gent thought and study to the work of this interna- 
tional oi'g^nization whose clp.hty-two members deliberate 
some of the most momentous problems ever faced by 
liumanity . 

All of us must recogniiic that tiie United 
Nations is more than Just a charter. It is more than 
an inspiring headquarters structure in the midst of 
New York City. The United Nations is a iiuman 
instrument, expressing a hope of humanity. It is 
subject to liuman frailties and prejudices, but in the 
final analysis, it has the tremendous human capacity 
and potential for magnificent achievements. 

in tiie hearts and minds of millions of 
people throughout the world, this dedicated body is 
an insti*ument through which they have reaffii^med 
their faitli in the rights of all nations, large and 
small; in the dignity and wortii of the individual; 
and in fundamental human riglits for all, regardless 
of nationality or religion. 

Therefore, 1, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim October 24, 1957j 
as UNITED NATIONS DAY in our State, and 1 urge my 
fellow Californians to gatiier a greater understanding 
of the purposes, motliods and achievements of this 
organization. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my liand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
tills l6th day of October, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-seven. 





Secretary auC/'State 



INC otntu 



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^KfutiDc department 



FIUED 

OCT 1 ^ 19b^ 
RANK M. J08DM, Seciabry oi SMi 



(dtatc of California PHilCL^MATi o H ^-^^ ^ ^Jj ,^!'^ 

"...this country v;lll never be a vei^y good country 
for any of us unless It Is a good country for all 
of us/' 

President Theodore Roosevelt 



Theodore Roosevelt, American author, naturalist, 
explorer, statesman, and soldier was born on October 27, IB38. 
As a young politician he served in tlie Legislature of his home 
state of New York with distinction; as a soldier he formed the 
"Rough Riders" and with feirvent patriotism rode hard against the 
Spanish at Las Guasimaa and San Juan Hill; as a statesman he was 
counted as a true progressive dedicated to tlie elimination of 
bureaucracy in cuvernment; as the 2';)th President of the United 
States ne brought to the White House a stern sense of duty, a 
lofty purpose and strict morals of puritanism. To relate, even 
in the barest outline, his achievements, his convictions and his 
political philosophies would be impossible within the limits of ' 
this document. ' 

His strengtii of character and his deep dedication to )| 
democracy is summed up in his statement that "Freedom is not a | 
gift that tarries long In the hanas of cowards; nor yet does it ' 
tarry long in the hands of the sluggard and the idler, in the Ij 
hands of the man so much absorbed in the pursuit of pleasure or 1 
in the pursuit of gain.... as to be unable to take his part in thei 
rough struggle with his fellow man for political supremacy. If ,{ 
freedom is worth having, if the right of self government is a i| 
valuable right, then the one and the other must be retained 
exactly as our forefathers acquired them, by labor, and especially 
by labor in organization. .. .in combination with our fellows who 
have the same interests and the same principles." 1 

In view of these truths-., I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim October 27, 1'J!j7 to October 26, 
12>5C, as T![ECDOi^ ROOSEVELT GEN1"ENNIAL, and I urge my fellow 
Calif ornians to review Theodore Roosevelt's devotion to duty and 
immense usefulness to his country. I also urge participation in 
events designed to give full recopjnition to the achievements of 1 
this great American. ! 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my liand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 16th day of 
October, A. D., One Tliousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-seven. 



■^<-if-ri-U*-^^ J^ /W-<^^^/^ 



Governor 






7/rrEST; 



ecretary^l^tate 



ASkl^NI dtcdnAlty OF CTAI* 



^jccutiDc department 

3tatc of ealiforiiia 






-? 5 i^ 5 L A M A T I N 



,, ^ -^t nas lone uoen a 
l^Iovembcr 11, the anniversary 
paying tribute to the heroes 
by reacciicatinc oursolvcs tu 
intervenlnc years tlie United 
two other ijreat military cun. 
raixlions '01- veterans, llvlnr 
cf our nation. 



national custom t«# commemorate 
ul the end of World War I, by 
of that global strugcle and 
tJie cause of peace, in the 
otates has been Involved in 
-llcts, whlcii iiavc added 
and dead, to the honor rolls 



tl.c Con,,rc33 of^S e S ited^' ti^'^"?'' f, ''^^'^ commemoration, 
designation of thl^ dnv i u ? " ^" ^^^''' changed the 

Americans ighttafce coril"an.''^''r^ P^^ ^" °^^^^ ^^^^ ^11 
been roade by their ionown??^' . fe sacrifices that have 
and tl;c Korean Gonfllctr ''^^^^'-•"" ^"^^"C both World Wars 

State Of cSi?ornircan?l4?i.r' 'i^" ^^P^latiun of the 
wno_are ma.ing C^Sr^ml^r^ n ^^^ST^'i^''^^'"'^^ 
their organizations they arc nlavin- nn • l \ ^^^oueh 
the progress and development of on^..^ important role In 
fought for tiie prcstrv'?1 an r communities. As they 

recognized for thcrr pu^t •, ''„r'''''^' '" '^^'^"^^ ^^'^^ ^^ 
uicii pait m uur aemocratic way of life. 

Ti- ..J ,. , . 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hana and causea 
the Great Seal of the state 



ih,^ , ^•^'''"^'' *^" ^'^ affixed 
thii, oth uay of November. 
A.D., one Tii jusdmr^Wl n,. 



'^flne 
ven. 




ATTES'l 



'iCtiu^^Guvorno 



Secretary ofl^tc 

FtUEO 



<T»Tr piiMiNf, orri<i 






^KfUtiDc department 

ls>tm of (Talifoniu 



:^ i^ .^1 C L A M A T I N 



our hcritif o ^^^""r ""^ knowlcdce and undcrstandlne of 
atfnn n? ^P f? ^ '''-''' ^''^P^^' IncreaGcs, no does apprecl- 
atxon or the blcaslncc wc enjoy aa American" Tho vf,!? ^ 

oa-rioM'n • ^'f?^ constitute a firm foundation ?orfe?vcnt 
paor±ooiar.i xn tlio hearts oi' all uf uc. -^ervcnt 

to combat =o£"'l=rhav/aSo„tCd''r'„;^";f'""'='»" Conrorcnco 

In accora wltii tliolr n',i--i,,M,,T ''"cir patriotic lervor. 
D,,. » "j-i-ij i-m,xr nationwide prorram T [!nr>r,iH t 

"o^era^fi;; ?Sr^'^'^^^" "---^ 

to°fnsurc^ the' rescrJatlorof'^h '' ^°,— ^^^^n, pLsible 

Cuaranteeu to cJo;^ Jmeilcan rr^..^^^^"^^ Treedoms 

or nativity. " ^'"'"^^'^^'^ i^ccardlcss of race, religion 



IN WITNEGC WIffiREuF, I have here- 
unto cot my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
ul California to be affixed 
this bth day of November, 
A.D., One Thousand Mne 



Hundred and 




ATTEST: 



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.iccretary uf(^atc 



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H5AMK M. JORDW. SecretwY oJ SW« 




^jcrutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^totc of Californu 



FILED 

NOV « - iy&? • 

FRANK M. JORDAH, Secretaiy of $»* 



P R C I. A M ATI tf 



,J^///L2q^ij^ji.oIj^ 



AuliM^SMr«*«yf< 



Tiie population oi' the State of California 1g Increas- 
ing at the rate of more than one person poi* minute. This 
phenomenal ci'^^wth in the (general population lo reflected in a 
comparable treniendouij jj;i'owlli in uur public school population. 
It took California ninety years to enroll one million pupils 
in its public schools, thirteen years to enroll its second 
inilllen pupils, si'ven years lo enroll Its three millionth 
pupil, ana witliin five years, I'JbO-l'jb'j , California will enroll 
its four millionth pupil. There appears to be no letup in 
this tremendous crowtli in tiie public school population. 

Boys and j^rls are stayiutj in school lon^jer. For 
evei'y ten studetits enterlnc liigh school, seven graduate. Ten 
years aco only five {graduated for evei-y ten enterlnc. 

If we recoj^ni'/.o our (::rov;tli of population as a 
ciiallen^e, it tiien becomes a stiinulanl to the maximum utiliza- 
tion L'f all of our new human resources. Tliis leads to a virile 
citizenry, a dynamic and expanuin/:; economy and a social struc- 
ture which contribulr;! tn tin wiirai'r ol" l.h<' individual, the 
State, and tlie entire Nation. 

une of the iiiajoi" cliallenf.es vjhlch cannot be met 
throui;h increased financial support Is maintaininf- the facility 
of communication between tlie schools and the parents. As 
schools become lartjer, some citizens do not feel the close 
affinity to the sciiools tiiat they felt when the population v/as 
smaller and the public school, because of its size and proxim- 
ity, provided a community center. As schools become lart^er 
and the demands upon them become more complex, it Is necessary 
that they remain close to the citi^.ens of the community. 

In vlev; oi' tliese truths, I, therefore urce my fellov/ 

Calif ornlans to join me in pi'oclaimlnc the v/eck of November 10 

through November lY, I'J'jf, as AtiEiilCAN EDUCATION WEEK in our 
State. 






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Til WITNE;_;c WIIEREOI'', I have iierc- 
unto set my hand and caused 
tiie Great Seal of tlie State 
of California to be affixed 
this 7th day of November, 
A. D., One Tliousand Nine 
Hundred and J^fty-sevet^i. 

ilarold J.^ Puv:ors 

Acting Governor of California 



i\rTEST: 



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.'Secretary 



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^jccutiuc Bcpnrtincnt 

^tatcofCaliforiiu 



P H U C L A ^! A T 1 



FILED 

In «ii (Am «r Ihi iMMWrr •flMii 

NOV 1 •: 1^57 I 
RANK H. JORDAN, Secretartd Ml 



AHW«htlM«(IMr*(«W* 



"V/c cather tocctiicr to a:3L ' 
tiic Lox'd't; bleaslncs " 






Durlnc these days of prospcrilv and 

Srir'^'^M^/'r 'IT "^"""' ^^ ^^ Sel/ror L to pause 
lurin^, llic hectic p-u-juitrj (.f every day ure and 

rcilcot on the blesoiugs which have bSn bestowed 

on us throughout tiie history ol" America 1 rom th ■ 

bo:;ii^il-uf ; "1:'^" !•*"; ^'^'^"^ ^>-vc thani;.; for their 
a MM ''^7^«^^'^W" t-^ Uie present when we enjov 

rlSh^t d IviV'' "'^'".i"" '" Airnlchty God Tor the 
ixj^iioo and priviie^rpj, 㣥 ^^ p^,^,^ people. 

Today our thuu(^}its and oravor'" fvi-onr? 
beyond our borders to inr^i,, o i-. , ^ extend 

our e,.erGlo= be uir«tei\o4rd „elSir"h:;4"?n 

f M |/^^ «;r-' --^ =&=i r? 1. 

>y lort^iiy the luture peace of the world. 



Therefore, I, 
of California, 



Harold J. Powers, Actinc' 

oo T,,, „ ' '•'-' hereby proclaim 

- . ly^7, ao TilANKSGlVING DAY, and urge m: 



Gtvernor 
November 

lor an w. nave achieved individually and as a'^ 



^^v all wc 

nal iun. 




IN WITMESS WlffiREuF, I have here- 
unto set >ny iiand and caused 
the Great jjeal ,;.f the State 
uf California to be affixed 
this 8th day of November, 
A. D., unc Tliuusand Mine 
Hundred and FU'^y-ooven-. 

Acting Oovoi'iioi- ' 



I'TKoT: 




oocrotary of'v^ate 



"Nrist. orrica 



-m 



^xtnitioc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of CGlirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



This year marks the Ibbth anniversary of the 
ratification of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution 
of the United States, known as the Bill of Rights. The 
traditional rights and freedoms we enjoy as citizens of 
this Republic have their foundation in tl»e liberties and 
responsibilities enumerated in these initial amendments. 
They guarantee to each of us our basic rights and impose 
upon all of us certain obligations to do all within our 
power to sustain and strengthen our cherished heritage. 

Achieved only through determined struggle, untir- 
ing vigilance and great sacrifices, these precious rights 
can be sustained only through tiie dedicated efforts of an 
alert tiation. Our Bill of Rights has come to us as a trust 
to be nurtured and safeguarded for future generations. So 
long as it remains Intact and reflects the fundamental 
policies of our government, America will grow in strength 
and dedication of purpose. 

Knowing these to be truths, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim the period 
December y to December I'j, lyL)7, as BILL OF RIGHTS WEEK 
throughout our State and I urge my fellow Californians to 
foster maintenance and reinforcement of the Bill of Rights 
as a bastion of the freedom wliich is the very core of our 
national strength. I also urge my fellow citizens to 
familiarize themselves witli the text and spirit of these 
articles by taking part in programs commemorating their 
ratification. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have iiere- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 9th day of December, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty Seven. 



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FIUED 

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^tJtcofCaliforiiu 



PROCLAMATION 



or the soil aid its products" ^""^'"^ utilization 

heaped UDo?^^?^f■^^^ f ""^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^So honors were 
endelvors ihe^^T. '^"^ scientific and humanitarian 

apliinvoH i> !,■>,., t i. ., '"oivtjiet. xiioCiLute Where lie 
decadP^ .1^ sciontiric renown. In more than four 

Inspiration JhlchLnh? 1? ^"^ '''*'<^ '" ="^'''! i" the 
liil an. wSr-'-Jf tS" t?ufr,"?e\rZ! '=''^^" -' ^'^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of Calirornia to be affixed 
this lyth day of December, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-seven 




"^^^M^iO^^N. Sec.,, ef s.,a 



^jcfuriuc Bcpartmciit 

^tatc or (Slaliforiiu 



proclamati^^ 



FILfiD 

In tta oAn «( Hi* ittMiorip •! Smi» 
•lilMlwMalCaMtMiils i 

- J 

FRANK M. JOKDAN, Secretary oi Staia 




The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis has 
fr'^M^'^/^^ twentieth anniversary ol" humanitarian service to 
the Nation and to California. 

During these two decades it has aided 32'), 000 polio 
patients ana has pledged that mere survival is not'enouKh for 
the many cruelly handicapped victims of this crippling disease 
WHO must sLlll be reiaurod to useful and productive lives. 
With a vast new reservoir of scientific attainment to draw on. 
polio patients need no longer remain hopeless. Where disabill 
Iti cannot be remedied completely through an integrated 
propam of care, researcli, teaching and training, even the 
most severely disabled still may benefit by becoming more 
mobile, more self-sufficient, more alive. ^"""^"K ""^^e 

r.^ 4. ,_ ^^ P result or widespread inoculation, the polio 
picture has changed. Millions of children and young aSulL 
are now protected by Salk vaccine against paralytic polio but 
more than two-thirds of those in the susceptible age group 
under 40 still need one or more of the three shots Required 
for maximum protection. owuoo xequxrea 



Need also ex 
doctors, nurses, physi 
social workers and otli 
and aid to the disable 
schools, hospitals and 
scholarships to studcn 
is equipping a wnolc n 
will accrue to the Nat 
fields. 



ists for trained personnel--3cientlst3, 
cal and occupational therapists, medical 
ers— especially prepared for research 
d. Hy prt)Vldlng grants to medical 
laboratories, and fellowsiiips and 
ts and professionals, the March of Dimes 
ew generation of experts whose knowledge 
J-on for many years in a wide variety of 



Mindful of the multiple need facinr the M^t-inr^ai 
Foundation on its twentieth anniversary I. Goodwin 5 KnLhi- 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim the Mon?hAf^^' 
January, 195«, as MARCH OF DIMEs'^MSSthroughourour State 
and urse every resident of California to responSwith their 
customary generosity to this annual financial campaign! 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
2/'th day of December, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-seven. 





rPEST: 



Secretary of S 



»i *if raiNTtsi. orptci 




^Kcunuc ©cparrmcnt 

^tJtcordjlifornij 



PROCLAMATI 



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^and or unlimited opportur.T ?v wf ^"°'"! °^ liberty, a 
independence 3.owe/^ene^"o'u%-Sn r^a^eV^^^-p-op^^e. 

h^wever, arl SenlTa^JaJo St'''"" ""^ '^"'^^i^" "i^tory 
was achieved only thrml^h ^ ""^ national well-beln^ 
attontion to tSe'^prese^atfSf'f J^ ^"^ d^^icaieS '"^ 
worship, speak and Slemblc ?n r.^^'1 ""^^hts of men to 
in advancing the cause ordeiocr^I^L^'^p^L-c^lp^^^r'" """^ 

With the iJn"? he1;^.^n'"S p^^^t'^^.S^n^"'^^ y-n, 'people 

pii s sri^??,."---i ?^V e.'SplS^i^fraXo^^^ 

States our new fifnerafrons^o"^ Progress of the uS?ed 
appreciation ox" the JhnCLnhf "^ ^ '^^^^ ^"'^ lasting 
furnish a firm foundSion ?Cr ou/a^ 'f ^^^ which ^ 

for our American institutions. 

indoctrination''"? ylth'inT'"''" ^^^^^ ^^«"lt from 
suffering and labor of our r T'^"^^ "^ sacrifices 
Knight, Governor o? Cal 1 ?o rn ^r''. ^''' ' - Goodwin j!' 
month of February lo^;^",^^' ^° hereby proclaim i-h«. 
"rge my fellorcilifo^^ian^' tf f JI^' HIsIoKnS and 

understanding of ou^^ ZV.T.'. .^e^l\^e^^-\-- £^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, i bave here- 
unto set my hand and cauled II 
the Great Seal of the Stite 

this 27L7h'^ ^° ^^ ^^"^i^ed 

this 27th day of December, : 

A- D., One Thousand Nine I 

^undred and Flfty-seveS! f 




FILED 

In Hm oftM (f rtw SMTMsry •( Sioia 
of rtw tMM •« CalHornte 

luc :;!! lyb/ 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secrefary of State 

Anit WSMTMary oWtpi."^ 



^xmmt f)cpartmcnt 

<i^tarf ofealifornij 



FILED 

ftAfJK M. JORDAN. Secretary Of Sfato 



The wor'l fi 1 o <■ I 1 T 
^r unwlao or ria.^rani ^;^. T ^'^^^' ^i^id examples 
resuurcuG. Herernnn^'^'''^"^r^"e °^' nature's ^ 
ominous warnln.^s of iZ baP.^'^'^"^ ^'^"'^ "-"to and 
b^irL!'-"' — - o:;?iJ-,-; -- -te. .an 

be ald.Hi throui^h';:::;;.,S^:l'^^^"'^ -^' our state can 
l-or maintenance \^TniZtit'^ '""' ^"'"-- ^''^"^"-^ Sans 
or water supplies prStoctio^^^.^'^"' '^^"^^^ ^s- 
petroleum rcauurces nnH i^, ^ ''^'^ mineral and 

S", ^i^--. Constant t'd''on'"??,^??^i- "^ ^-i^^'and 

bit iii"? '"^'"'-^^^ ^ili n-t^nly-'a' s,!;^"' ^'^"^^'^eratlon 
^ut wall cuax'antce adcnum . < "^^ current needs 
iuture coneratlons. ^ ^-^ 'natural rec^ouroes for 



^car to Kivc special 
and at the same time 



wo set asid- one we^i^ r= v, 
omDhac;ic. 4-^ wcoR each 
'"pnaois to conservation 



plantln(5 tree 
or the birtii 
natural is 
tievelopme 



? i^irr^l?^^ - crthrou,^* 
ifth or Luther Burban^ cl\ i J"^ ^''"^^'^^^^^ 
3t Who spent his li?e'in^fK:^"''"f^'= beloved 
-nt of plant lliv-. " ^-''^ scientific 

programs ?f Oo^dwln j'^Knfrhr'r"" ^^'"'^ ^^" ^"^^^ 
nia, do hereby procliim i2 . ' Governor uf Calirnr. 
CONSERVATION WEE^ am' Har^tf 'v^^''^^ ^^^^^'^ as '' "'^- 
I strongly urge my ?"liLv?rlM^ ^'^^' ^^ ^JiBOR DAY 
support to proie.-t- d.; ^^lifornians to ^ive fni i 
ing Of nhruL'i;\%^'^;^^^';-^^.to stimulate fhe p an^ 
elflclent use of the >^^ ^'"^ conservation and 
we have been^^ .T "^^^"^ natural Klft- wn V 7 
'ivc been so abundantly endowed. ^' "^'^'^^ 

IN WITNESS VmEREOK, 1 have here- 

tr^a;e:t"'LLr^,-^--Jd 

Of California to be af?iSj 
th.s yth day of Janufrif"^ 
^. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred ar.d i-if ty-eight! 







^KnitiDc department 

^tatcofCaliforiiij 



JAi\' I) . 1950 
n O C L A M A T if^^i^,^ 



Safa 



Ital* 



1-accd witn'a unlJSfSo'bS '?f .^ ^" ^'^iifornia are 
relative to narcotL JdcH T- *^^ enforcement of iLs 
because of our g?opknhv f "* ""^ Problem is unusili 
so much Of the Lvco^T'oZcT^'.^'^''.''''' Orient where 
south are the Latin Amcr?can^^, f ?^^^' "^"^ to the 

Have a a.n-.rent P..noio1,^raL"o"rSr-,L°3%Hl "So^^. 

our younj; '^cilllTo't^T,';!!"^'^. J" «-ator oxpoaur-e or 

continuing educifinn r "^^anizations to halt if ^tk" 
TT,ll f °*"="- to' J;ai;o'„\L°s'ij„"-='™- -nso"-'^ 

iellow men and women. ' "P"" ^''^ weaknesses of thel? 

moral responsibilities 
Knight, Oovernor'^orcalll^rni '" "^"^^ I' "oodwln J 

all emphasis be given to n^ ^'^^^^^^la, and urge that 

oxuxjity in our society. 
IM WITNE., WHEREOF, I have here- 

the^Great'"^..^^"'/"'^ ^^^-'^' 

Of CalSornS t .'*'" "'^^^ 
this 9th Jav o?"t^ affixed 
A II ,\ -^ "^ January. 
HnnH'^^""" Thousand Nin4 
Hundred and Fifty-eigS! 

Governor 






Secretary o 



AS./J HAGtHtY 

»N1 <.v.Hlil*HWol]r*IAT« 



CM 

Abbibl A 



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^xmm Bcpartnjcnt 

^tarrofGjlifornia 



P il C L A M A ri-CMA.. 



FILED 

In tht office «f tha Sacrntary oi SfOA* 

of tha imt« of CollfemiQ 

JAM I ti \%'i 
'mi M. JOTOAN, Secrefaiy of State 



9toM 



Jt ^W»nt i >» tw y^ 



lndu3trial and civic dcvelCn^'^f^ ^^^ acrlcultural, 
and cities i.as been roGterod hv\^^ California towAs 
cr.amborn uf commerce Ho, ^?^ ^^ ^^'^ efforts of 
ment of ti.e nS -hambc^^'ir !^ ^'"'^ '^^'^ establish- 
iu IbSl, this type orenieaturf '"' ^" California 
corners uf the State until nw i?'' ''P''^^'' ^° the far 
pendent city chambers which are n^M^ ""^^ ^"^e- 
Icadershlp. ""'^'''^ ^^^- Pr^uvldiric essential 

Californla^'in ^^T^lr^fl^'l^ of population m 
ana it is substantlalirto the r^^ n f ^ ""^"^ Problems 
voluntary asso.-iationj or ni ? credit of such 
latlon uf these additional mn f ?"' '^^'^^ ^^^ ^^^iml- 
been carried out m an°orderly'^a""erf ^"^^'^ ^^^ 

and the InZ'dlaS?* fij^re^f "'Jl^^ '•^^? stimulating 
volunteer leaders and tho- r ^i'^^^'^'^Slng. The 
oi- commerce m proJe-inn:? employed by our chambers 
tnis chalJen:io K soun ini^'P^^"^^^ "^^^ meet 
ment P^ocrams for o5r"co;^uni?ies":''""''^^ "^^"^'^°P- 

orcani.atlons'haJe^iaJftrSire"''°"f "^^^^^^ ^'— 
I, Guodwm J. knlcht Governor orT'^^r ^^^^^^^pment, 
hereby proclaim the m.y^- , ! °^ Calafornia^ do 

I urce tliat our bu-lno... ^'' ■'^" California, and 
citizens «cnerJllv""t,a ;"'"':"' """^ ^'^"^^ ^"^ ^"^ ' '" 
chambers of conu^i^, e and parMTino^^'""^"" -^' 
-3i.nea to acquaint .l^i ZllS'^^ Sl^^f^^l.on. . 

IN WITNESS W^ffii^uF, I i.ave here- 
unto set my hand and caused 

of r«f ■ r"- ''^^^ '^^ the Stite 
of Caliiornia to be affixed 
this loth day Of January^ 
f • D., One Thousand Nine 
j^ Uun<ired and Fif ty-cigS! 

Governor ^ 

ATTEST: 




// Uunci] 




Secretary 

' CMA3/ J rtAG^RTY 



^pjecutiDc department 
^tm of Galifonua 



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FILED 

A( ih* Urn* e( Ciilltornta 

JAM - ! lybli 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secrotary of Stall 



DFCLAKTMil THE I-'EATHEH RIVER PROJECT TO BE a :I 

;ri'ATE PROJECT VJITllIN THE MEANING ^l;; THE j 

^TATE PROJECT AREA SCHOOL CONSTltUCTION LMJ J 

AND DEKINIHG THE AKEa OF BUTTE COUNi^Y aS 
THE Ai'diA AIT'-EGTED U:i LIKELY TO BE AFf.ECPrJJ 
THEilEBY 

I 
WhEIiEA3, the StuW of Cuiirornia haa undertaken a 

construction project kr.own ;xn the Feather ;llver P.^ojecfc; said ' 

project havin- for one oT lt=. objectiver . onctruction of 

th': 0-ovillc Da;n on the Featiier lUver upstreaiu from the City 

o,' o.'oville, Counti' of Butte, State of California: and 

WHEKE;'iS, the work on aaid eontitrucllon has Leen 

ader wa^ for r.everal n.o.i^hiD and at the preuerit cta-e thereof 

, ,::cto of State hioHway relocation and tunnel construction; 

UHEiiE.iS, the said construction will, for some time 
.>i.e, cause an influx of children Into uhe area comprising 
,.,. County of Butte, wnlch children will auu .^ ^.i^ ijoiiool 
po!3ul ..Ion of tnc uoiiool districts oV said count:,; and 

..HERE/uS, the Board of Supervisors of the County of 
i.^y resolution adopted on November 12, 1''^m', l>as 
•. M esteU the uovcrnor oJ' the State of Call fo.: . ■,. 

written proclamation flndln.-. tiiat the sale constiau-Uu:. ,,roJect 
will cause a suuuen influx of p^^ople into the ■ - comprising 
said County of Butte, declarln-, and proclaiininij that the said 
Feather River Project Is a "state project" wit.hln the meaning 



II pirK rtN( ot»ii M 



3£xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of eahfornu 

ana -u.eu. ui' tl.e Si.lo Project A.o. School Con.U-ucUiou La., 
and ucrinm. Uue ax-ea afrecteU, o. ll.el, to be aiTectcci, by 
said ouato project a. all of tho area contained .Ithin the 
boundaries of said county; and 

WlIEFiEAB, Honorable Hoy K. Simp.on, Gta.,c Superlntend- 
.-, , rublic inatruction, ha3 made a report to the Governor 

reccumendin, that the Governor l...ue a proclamation in accord- 
ance with the nrovir.lonn of the aforesaid resolution of the 
Board of Supervisor:; of the County of Butte: 

KG., TUEIlP^POi^E, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of 
tnc State of California, do hereby find that the construction 
p.oJec. known as the Feather .liver Project will cause a sudden 
influx of people Into the area comprisiu^ the County of Butte; 
.nd that one said Feather ,Uv, :• I'roject, undertaken b. t,.^ 

-1,^ t w- ., "-r-,l-e nroiect" within the meaning 
State of California, as a stabc projeco 

, .. ,-., . .'i-,ie Project Area School Construction Law 
and inuenu oi tne ouaoe iioj'.i-o in- -..->. >~> 

(Cnapter 23B3, Statutes of IM'-Y); -^nd 

I-lu-ther, pursuant to said State Project Ar-ea School 
I construction Law, 1 hereby define the area affected, or likely 
^ to be affected, by said Feather lUver Project as all of the 

area contained within the bou.,daries of the County of Butte, 

State of California; and 

Rirther, I hereby declare this proclamation shall 

take effect immed lately . 

IN WITNESS \jIIEliEOF, I have hereunto set my hand 



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^xccutioc Bcpartmcnt 

5tatc of (California 



. ,,„. ,;,,.a o.:aI or the Gt^te of Gallfomia to be 
.,rri >:.■.] ....in -^/^T Aiv:, of .January, 1958. 



itifi <■: ' 




(l/t-^" — // /I 

G.jyi-i-n^r of Calif oVhl 








Sec rotary ST^^^' 



CHAS. ]|. HAGERtY 



ffiiijfW .- < *iiro.Ni* witr rnKTiNt orncr 






^xecutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



This year marks the 100th anniversary of 
commercial food canninr, in California, the Nation's 
largest canned food producing state. 

From moaeot beginnings in I85B, California's 
canning industries have developed to a point where they 
nov7 supply nearly one-third of the total United States 
production with oO per cent shipped out of California, 
some to overseas markets. As one of the largest peace- 
time industries In our State, they have made important 
and lasting cuntributions to our economy. 

Producing more than 100 different kinds of 
canned foods, these industries have eliminated seasonal 
feast or famine in diet and have assisted in raising the 
American standard of living by making nutritional benefits 
available throughout the year. 

In I'ccognltion of tlie progres.T and development 
of our conmiercial' canning industries, growers, container 
manufacturers and allied activities, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim for obsei^ance 
during I'-J'jci the 

100th Anniversary 

of 

California's Canning Industries 



and I urge tlie citizens of our State to acquaint themselves 
with the facilities wlilcii California enjoys for the canning 
of fruits, vegetables, olives, citrus, seafoods and 
of other products by participating in the variou 
sponsored events which will mark this period. 



scores 
Indus try- 




IN WITNESS WHERE, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
22nd day of January, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 



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3^xenitioc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of dalifornia 



FILED 

In rtw ofRot of fha 9<«( rvigty of Stoi* 
of rtM ftivt* of CsllforniQ 

JAN.'! II »%8 Y 
FRANK M. JOWAM, Secretary of Sbfl 



The Boy Scouts of America program wliich has affected 
the lives of more than 27,^300,000 American boys and men since 
1910, now has an active enrollment of ^4, JOG, 000, virtually 
An Army of Might and Decency for America," 

Unusual importance is attached to Boy Scout Week, 
this year marking the or-ganization's 48th anniversary, which 
will be observed from Friday, February 7 through Thursday, 
February 13, by the fact that it also marks the launching of 
a year-long Safety Good Turn suggested by President Dwight D. 
Eisenhower, Honorary President of the Boy Scouts of America. 
Cooperating with uthier organizations giving leadership in 
Liafety, the Boy Scouts will devote March, April and May to 
traffic safety. Home safety projects will be promoted in 
September, October and November. 

In numerous communities the National Safety Good 
Turn will be launched in ceremonies recognizing all Cub 
Scout, Boy Scout and Explorer units which have signed 
participation pledges. It is noted that community leaders 
and safety organization representatives will have prominent 
roles In these klckoff ceremonies symbolizing public demon- 
stration of groups Involved in the safety program in a 
community. The importance of such a safety program in 
relation to our accident toll cannot be overemphasized. 

In view of all this, and in salute to the 1,825,000 
Cub Scouts, the 1,110,000 Boy Scouts and the 490,000 
Explorers, In addition to the 1,271,650 adults active as 
volunteer leaders and 3,350 professional leaders in the Boy 
Scouts of America, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim February 7 to February 13. 
as BUY SCOUT WEEK In California, and urge our citizens to 
support the unselfish, patriotic service being rendered our 
communities by its rank-and-file youngsters and its volunteer 
leaders who give generously of their time and efforts for the 
benefit of our youth, and to cooperate in every possible way 
with their Safety Good Turn in I958. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ' 
30th day of January, A. D., 
one Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 




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/^o^t-c-jix^L/- 



Secretary of/St«/;e 




'tiiw'iifo.** 



raiNiiNc Of tic. 




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FILED 



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&nitiDc department 

^tatcofdjliforiiij 



FRANK MJOTOAN, Secretary of $1 
PROCLAMATIO tf'"'"' *«'•*"*' 'fSfe* 



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find thei/aUentirrLSsid'on"the%l"'.S^'" ^^^^"^ Americans ' 
the t.ll which disease^ or Jh^K/^^!?^^^*'^"^^ "^ ^^^^t disease, 
throughout oSr naUun and th^ 'j'^^^t and circulatory system take * 
progrlms which constaAttv so^^ importance of medical research 
ailments. Larsc "urns nr^„, n the conquest of these widespread 
' tant strides Ife bSng Lde in f nevi\^?"^^^^"""^^'=^' and^mpor-' 
uf human life, but thf Toil o? this Sfn^t?''^ suffering and Joss 
continues serious. affliction on our population 

'i more than BoSrooo'tiver'cau^Jnri^^f .n'^^^n^""""-^ cilseases take, 
deaths in Callfornifan^ S^-^lJnf ted ItaJes ^^h^^f h'?"' '^^ ^"^^ 
more persons than all other Pn,,^^f ^tates--these diseases kill 

'' $25,000,OOo'intrL'a?? Seasf Research "if ^H^'"""^f^ ""^^^ ^^-" 

this has been supplemented extendi v^f,K ^^^ ^^^^ ^° ^^^^s, and 
, iocai Heart Chapters Win^PK^ ^'^ allocations from the , 
i volunteer worS JiJl ca n on f hrf"^' /[^k'"^"^ communities, 
: National Heart Junda^ Kebiuarv 2^ .nH^?^^"^^ 'Starting on' 
■ local Heart Association t^?^,^' "^ ^^^ ^^^^ *^° Join their 
come via newsplpers,"?^ievision'aSd'r^i:Sf '^^ '"^ ^^''"^^^ ^''^ 

support to'?he%e"proSs\VJu.poit1fTr '° ^f ^"' ^^'^"^^-^ 
^a4o-ira\VuT' S^^ 

I 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto I 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
3rd day of February, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
i-^lfty-elght. 





CHAJk. J. HACiE 



- HACiERTY 



^jcnitiDc Bcpartnicnt 

^tatt of California 

PROCLAMATION 

of a 

STATE OP DISASTER 






WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California 
empower the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an 
area or region of this State affected, or likely to be 
affected, by certain conditions of extreme peril to persons 
and property within the State, which proclamation shall be 
in writing and shall take effect immediately upon its 
issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster office 
shall act as the coordinator of all State disaster activities 
in connection with such emergency, and every State agency 
and officer shall cooperate with the Director in rendering 
all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during 
a State of Disaster, when tlie need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and County, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or other basis; and that it shall 
be the duty of local public officials to comply with such 
plans ; and 

WHERiiAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 



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tr PHtNTiNc ciricf 



M 



^jcnitiuc Department 
^tatf of California 



1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety 
of persons and pro^^rty within the State of California have 
arisen and now exist as a result of high tides of the Pacific 
Ocean which are expected to occur during the month of February 
1958 and inundate certain areas within the limits of the City 
of Imperial Beach in San Diego County, State of California; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim 
a State of Disaster by the Chief Executive of the said City 
of Imperial Ueach; 

3. That local authority in the affected area is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond 
the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of said City of Imperial Beach and requires the combined 
forces of a mutual -aid region or regions to combat; 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of 
a State of Disaster: 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the powers and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this 
State, do hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster exists in 
said City of Imperial Beach; 

I direct that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
proclamation be tiled in the office of the Secretary of State 



^xccutiDc Bcpartmcnt 



^tatc of California 

of California, and tliat widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
ana caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed at 5:00 p.m. this 31st day of January, 1958. 




Governor of California 




ATl'iiST: 




Secretary /f /tate 



CHA3. J HAGEr/y 

IISTANT «£cR^ARYJ0f>BTATa 



P'intt.l I 



411 PBINIINb Prf ICa 



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^xcfutJDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatcofdalifornia 



PROCLAMATION 



Efforts by groups to cooperate with law 
enforcement agencies in solving the problem of crime 
are recognized by the Govex^nor of California, inas- 
much as the welfare and safety of the State and its 
people are his responsibility. 

This recognition extends to the efforts of 
the National Exchange Club which, through the years, 
has been in the fur ^front in promoting crime preven- 
tion and supporting ail local Exchange Clubs in 
sponsoring a program known as Crime Prevention Week. 



The work uf 
merits high commendati 
the public to coopcrat 
v;hlch will familiarize 
of crime prevention, 
units throughout the c 
contributions in appea 
local communities. It 
is such an example. 



our law enforcement agencies 
on, but it Is necessary for 
e in establishing programs 

citizens with the problems 
The National Exchange Club's 
ountry have made outstanding 
ling for civilian help from 
s Crime Prevention Week program 



do hereby 
is CRIME P 
I request 
law enforc 
Prevention 



lUEO 



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ti y3\e 



As Governor uf the State of California, I 
proclaim the week of February 9-15. 1958 
KEVENTION WEEK in our State. In so doing 
the cooperation of every citizen with our 
ement agencies in the observance of Crime 
Week sponsored by the Exchange Clubs. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great S-al of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 3rd day of February, 
A. D., one Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 





ATTEST: 



Governor (/ 



Secretary of state 





^xecutitic Bcpartmcnt 

State of CaliforniJ 



FILED 

of Hm tnm ol Calilernia 



PHOCLAMATI 



R.B :; - 1958 i 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretai^chlate 



The United States has achieved the highest standard 
of xiving because of two eiements in uur ever-increasing econumic 
fabric — the ability to produce goods and services, and to make 
these guods and services available to every person who needs or 
desires thetr.. Despite uur unprecedented population increase our 
production and distributive racllities have kept pace. 

! These two abilities are among the foundations of our 

national freedom, as well as elements in our continued progress 
in the future. Without either our survival as a nation could be 

1 imperiled, for to produce without using that production would 

I stultify our manufacture of goods and performance of services 

I and distribution channels. 

I To maintain a healthy economy in which products continu* 

' to flow freely to purchasers and users, a gyroscopic force is ( 
needed to help keep these elements in balance. Advertising is 
that balance, and our uninterrupted growth has proved advertls- ' 
ing'3 ouccess in keeping production and distribution equal to 
our increased demands. 

Advertising Is a profession, art and business. By 
; their constant effort, people in advertising have given the 
• United States th<- freest and greatest media of mass communication 
I ever known. Through their efforts, as well as our inventive and 

productive genius, every sensible demand has been matched with 
i an improved or new product. 

The participation of advertising folk in civic, 
philanthropic and educational endeavors has miiterially assisted 
various community achievements in many areas. For such contribu- 
tions to the common good, they deserve our deepest gratitude. 

With these thoughts in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim February 9 through 
February l6, Lybb, to be ADVERTISING I-iECOGNITION WEEK, in our 
State, and do suggest that my fellow Calif ornians Join during 
that week in giving full honors to advertising and its people 
fur the widespread and valued part they play in making a better 
way of life a reality for all Americans. 

WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 3rd day of February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. , 




TEST 



Governor 



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Secretary of^ta«;e 



1*1 1 pais TiNe ot»u 







HM5ERTY 



3£xcnitiuc department 

^tatc or (^Jliforiiu 



ILll-UhLhlLl i^a-^^^ , 



FlUED 

mm M. JOTOM), SecretaiY of Sale 



Presidenta' Day this year will be observed for 
the last time on March 4, as Senate Bill 682 which Congress 
will probably enact, would establish ttie date as the closest 
Monday to February 22, Washington's birthday anniversary. 
Particular significance ir. attached to this year's observ- 
ance as l'j'j)8 is the 100th anniversary year of the birth of 
Theodore Hooscvult, our 20th, and one of the Nation's great 
Presidents. 

Presidents' Day was established in ly'jl to bring 
about a belter understanding of the American Way of Life by 
revealing the story of America through the lives of our 
Presidents and their accomplishments. 

1^3t year. Presidents' Day was observed In approxi- 
mately 100,000 rohools throughout the Nation and received 
substantial support from the press, tclevi.^lon and radio 
networks. This was accomplished mainly through the aid of 
Chief Executives of the States, their education officers 
and far-sighted educators. 



This year, I would urge that a 
Into 3har[) focus, with the thought that 
where face the most severe trials for su 
democratic way of life, making it Incumb 
of the United States to accept their Jus 
in preserving the general welfare of our 
the aggressions of totalitarianism, one 
in this program is the study of our Pres 
points and the things they accomplished 



1 1 this be brought 
free peoples every- 
rvlval of the 
ent upon citizens 
t responsibilities 
land and to resist 
of the polar stars 
idents, their view- 
for our country. 



Therefore, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
Calif urnla, urgi; my fellow Calif ornians to recognize March 4, 
J95B, as PRESIDENTS' DAY, and suggest that prayers be said 
in all churches and places of worship for the President of 
the United Stati^:;; and that the opportunity be given our 
school children lo become better acquainted with our way 
of life through special programs having to do with our 
Presicicnis and their live.-,. 

IN WITNESS WHEHEOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 7th day , f February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 





rTE;;T: 



'^W-*^'*^^ J< /ri.<^wCA- 



Governor ^ 



Secretary 



ofC^ilfSte 






^Kfutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^tm or California 



FILED 

In tfw ««<• if ih« ttntary at SlsM 

fWMK M. JOTOAH. Secrc'jry of 5fa* 



The beginning of the conquest of apace, through 
aatellltes shot upward by the United States and Soviet 
Russia, further emphasizes the demarcation between the 
tyiranny of the Communist dictatorship and the principles of 
freedom as symbolized by the United States. The "Sputniks" 
were the results of regimented science; our "Explorer" Is 
the fruition of efforts of free men. And it will remain 
this way until one or the other triumphs or some great 
cataclysmic upheaval, political or economic, destroys 
Communism. 

In all of this we have the efforts of such organi- 
zations as the Crusade for Freedom, Radio Free Europe, Winds 
of Freedom and Free Europe Press which are carrying messages 
of truth and courage to those behind tae Iron and Bamboo 
Curtains, made possible, to a large extent, through contri- 
butions from all parts of the United States. The messages 
carry the words of freedom to men and women under Conmunlst 
domination, encouraging them to look forward to and work 
for the day of their liberation. 

In the background of such movements, whether in 
the Pacific or Atlantic areas, loom the figures of great 
Americans who have, through their determined efforts and 
wise leadership, provided the sinews and principles of 
freedom. Foremost were George Washington and Abraham 
Lincoln, whose birthday anniversaries we observe in February, 
and each symbolic of the Justice and freedom Inherent in 
the American Way of Life. 

Considering the great efforts for world peace and 
human liberty being made by all sincere organizations, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
February 12-22, 1958, as FREEDOM VSEK throughout our State. 
I urge all Callfomiane to reaffirm their adherence to the 
Ideals of freedom at home, to realize its preciousneas, and 
to afford every poaslble assistance to the millions behind 
the Iron and Bamboo Curtains in their struggle for freedom 
from totalitarian bondage. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 5th day of Febxniary, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 




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Secretary of-J|Gt 



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:hAs. rf HAGFRTV 

IflkN^'stCl/ErARV or STATS 






^KcutlDc Bcpartmcnt 

iStatt of California 



FTUED 

FEB 1 ;i 1958 ■' 



meets the neceLary quaL?icatlo^.'"^" ^"' "°"'^" "^^ 
partisan aiTiliatlon^o? personlnnf ''''^^f'^^^^ °^ 
When the opportunity nLL^nt ^ tJ ^'^]:^''^^^> to vote 
been truo--there is „o 'nf o^!^^ ' '^^^^ ^^^ always 
present times crucla? aS thL'^f '^''r'''' ' ^"<= ^he 
our country, shoulS sel? imn7 ""^ f""" ^^^ welfare of 
exercise of all essentJlT^^r "^ "-^"datorily the 

of Which the rlgh? tC voL^ff^H^''^' ""^ °"^ freedoms, 
^i-iSnc to vote stands predominant. 

Of this basic'prer.wJivS ?o f^'^'n^^ ^^=^ ^" ^^^ "^^ 
be exercised in ?he serlou. .5 ''^?'"' "^^^^ o^g^t to 
of Americans hSve sac^lflce/JH^f M^''^*^ thousands 
inception and continuance Ind^Lf ^!r!^ ''°^ ^^^ 
would soon revert trtCta\?L'rian\oid'ag^! " '^^ 

enfranchisIS/whJch^'irhe^d S"^^^"*^^'^ that the 
having been won'so dearly wJ^l P^*^^i°"^ ^^ter 
exercise it with vi^^or and inl ll'?^"'"'' ""^^'" "^ 
Judicious use of the Lnnt^ll^^ "''''' '^^^ 
billty Which must be falJhfuliv H?^''^"^^ responsl- 
preservation of our way o? life. ''^^'^ ^" ^^^ 

and the Nov^'^Jer'ele^tions'^e^r.^^'r^^ '^^-^^°- 
requisite for votiir Tn ,^ *^^^^™^^°" ^^ ^ 
from the State Board 'of u.efe.'^'^ ''''^.^ ^"^ ^ ^^^"^ = t 
of California, and in behalf nf^I^f of Women Voters 

1, Goodwin J.'KnighJ" Governor of lallfor't' 'T^""''' 
hereby nroclaim Mar.^i^ -T/^^u C^alifornia, do 

in Cafl?Snia,'"anrSge'2l'eli.?H?''''f"^^'^0''^™ 
qualify themselves tu narJfr.?Lf^''!^ citizens to 
elections. Paitlcipate in this year's 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 

thl°P^''\'"y ^^"d and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 

this 13th day uf February 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight 




Governor 



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ATTEST: 



Secretary of (St/te 






^KcutiDc ©cpartiiicnt 

^tatcofdalifornia 



'^H^^^i 



PROCLAMATIO 




^^*%^ 

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Through the efforts of California's Easter Seal 
Societies more than lb, 000 Calif ornians of all apes were 
alacQ during 1937 in their battles against the disabling 
elfects ol accidents and disease. 

oK^i^*. Desicned to help people acquire or regain the 
ability CO walk and talk, learn and earn, services of the 
Easter Seal Socloticr, ore tlio products of the countrvi^ 
most comprehensive non-/:ovcrnmental, single-agency health 
ana rehaoilitatlon program. * e e, j 

In dollars, as in services, the California pro- 
gram continues to be the pacemaker in the Easter Seal 
network that spans the Nation. Grose; income received from 
all sources in California in l^'Xf totaled $2,244,928 For 
the second successive year, California's generous public 
gave more tnan one million dollars to the annual Easter 
Seal lund campaign; another million was received in memo- 
rials, bequests and gifts. 



se 



i-^ ^^ Tills total income represented California's respon 

to the needs of a growing population of handicapped persons 
themselves faced with spiral ing service costs. Sixty-sS 
per cent of the funds obtained remains in the individual 
counties and is used for direct services to local crippled 
cnilaren and adults; 23.7 per cent helps to finance the 
otatewiae eaucation and service programs of the California 
Society for Crippled Cliildren and Adults and pays for all 
campaign materials; b.3 per cent helps support the nation- 
^H^«!^fy^'''-"^ ''^' ^^^ National Society for Crippled ChilS^en 
and Adults; and 2 per cent goes to the National Easter Sea? 

crippll!^! "" " ^""^ ^'"'"''^ °^ ''^"^^^ ^"^ treatment of 

iiPn (^c^n r^^.'^'^?^""'-, I"" f continuing need to help the estimated 
420,000 physically handicapped persons in California This 
year's goal is $1,349,773 In California, and in view 'of the 
fiiie humanitarian service rendered by this organization I 
Goodwin J Knight, Governor of California! do^'hereby proclaim 
the period of March b to April o as EASTER SEAL S?H In 
California, and urge all who are able to do so to support 
generously this campaign. support 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 24th day of February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
^Hundred and Fifty-eight, 






^nuuurtiu ana I'lrty- eight. 

Governor 

Secretary of State 1^:.^__, 



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^xenitioe Bcpartnicnt 

estate of California 



P R C L A M A '¥ 






California, bordering on Mexico, and close- 
ly tied In with trade and culture of the 20 other 
American Republics, haa a deep interest in observing 
the udth anniversary of the founding of a bureau for 
inter-American cooperation, wliich, as the Pan American 
Union, serve:: as the permanent Urgan and General 
Secretariat of the Origan J zation of American States. 

At no time in history has there been a great- 
er neeu for solidarity among the nations of the Western 
Hemisphere, and the Pan American Day and Pan American 
Week observance this year assumes even more slcnificance 
than foiTOerly. 

A notable contribution given the world by 
the Western Hemisphere is the concept of international 
organization. Since its inception, the Organization 
of American States has perfecteu and strengthened 
its structure and foundation, serving as an example 
and inspiration to the rest of the world. This inter- 
American system symbolizes the principles of peace 
and solidarity. 

Considering the slgnil-icance of this, and 
taking into account that 3'jt3,000,000 Americans from 
one tip of tlio Hemisphere to the otlier will take part 
in the observance, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, do iiereby proclaim Monday, April 14. as 
PAM AMERICAN DAY, and the period April l4 to April 20 
195^^ as PAN AMERICAN WEEK in California. ' 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 24th day of February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 





Governor 



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3tatE of California 



Fffl'>'; 1958 " 



A 



P H C L A M A T I N ^ 
OF A 
STATE F .DI SASTER 









WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster In an area or 
region of this State affected or likely to be affected by cer- 
tain conditions of extreme peri] to persons and property wlthlii 
the State, which proclamation shall be In writing and shall 
take effect immediately upon Its issuance; and 

VillERKAS, It Is provided by law that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office 
shall act a? the coordinator of all state disaster activities 
in connection with such emergency, and every state agency and 
officer shall cooperate with the Director in rendering all 
possible assistance; and 

VJIEREAS, It is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered In accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or other basis; and that It shall be 
the duty of local public officials to comply with such plans; 
and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, j 
have found, and do hereby find: 



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3!xccunoc ©cpartmcnt 

;6tatc of California 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property within this State have arisen 
and exist as a result of storm and flood; 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of 
extreme peril by reason of their magnitude, which 
places them beyond the control of the protective 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
any single county, city and county, or city, and 
requires the combined forces of a Mutual Aid Region 
or Regions to combat; 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the 
existence of a State of Disaster; 

h. That strict compliance with the laws of this State 
which do or may require advertisement for bids for 
the purchase of supplies or the employment of serv- 
ices would prevent, hinder, or delay the mitigation 
of the disaster. 

NOW, TKERKFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of I 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the existence of a State of Disaster through- 
out northern California, from the southern boundaries of the 
counties of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, Tuol\anne, 

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ixccutioc Bcparmcnt 
^tatt of California 

and Alpine, to the border of the State of Oregon; and 

I DO FURTHER PROCLAIM that all the laws of the State 
of California which do or may require advertisement for bids 
for the purchase of supplies or the employment of services 
necessary in connection with the mitigation of this disaster 
are suspended as of this date; and 

I Dli^CT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
of California; and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS VJHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and ! 

caused the Great Seal of the State of California ^^^^^'''^'^ 

Done at the City of Sacramento, this _ -^ i' ' . day of, 



February, 1958, 






Governor of California 







^xtcutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^CJtc or dalifornia 



FILED 

FtB2t'. 1958 ' 
HiANK M. JORDHH, SecrelaiY of Shto 



PROCLAMATION 



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Durlnc SAVbl YOUR VISION WEEK, its Kponr.or, The 
Calli'ornia Optomebric Aiibociation, provides vital information 
on visual training, eye care and I'acts pertinent to improving 
vision, stretJLiing tlie need and desirability for saving and 
preserving eyesight. 

Proper vision is essential to tiie welfare of the 
individual and promotes added interest in government, economic 
ana social actlvlLles. Two out of three of our adult citizens 
depend upon vision care to enjoy full lives. Members of The 
California OptomcLrlc Association cormriand the meems to provide 
proper lighting and periodic vision examinations for all 
persons who require this attention. 

In view of these things and because our increasing 
large senior population is especially dependent on the aids of 
modern science to enjoy gooci vJr.ion, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, do hereby declare Marcli 2 to March 8, 
lb/-^b, as SAVE YOUR VISION WEEK In the State f California, 
and urge its dedication to positive steps which will lead to 
the enjoyment ol' good vision. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOK, I have here- ) 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 27th day of February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight, 




^xcfUtiUf Drpartnicnt 

3tatc of CLalifoniu 



H H C L A M A T I N 



FILED 

In Iti* nMc* af rtw iMrviary •! Ikk 
o4 l«M l«att •( CaMwnta 

I i i'. ■: . I'.iSB 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretafy of SM 

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It IG noteworthy that the Librarv Week 
observance wMch started in California in the late 
ly^U'^, has this year, Tor the first time, been ex- 
t.ended to become National Library Week. NeSSpaper^ 
maca^.nes, television and radio are uniting In ?hfs' 
Liot national obset-vunc.-, and Library Week material 
will be carried in the March issues of our leading 
magazines, roachinr an audience of 80,000,000 persons. 

du-^n.;r.ni'^'^°^'^,-^^t ^^'^ conserveps, transmitters and 
dlsoemjnators of the world's wisdom and knowledge. 

A younc Lincoln, reading Blackstone in an 
lllmoxs cabin; a schooi boy, event uallv to become a 
general conm.andlnc aircraft fleets, reading Ivanhoe in 
a pioneer school room; many children read?L boSks 
from many libraries-all these give sharp n^oo of the 
hunger of the human mind to learr.. That huSr fo 
learn through books, transmittinc their piSpts and 
lessons into actuality, continued today and Is a Sln- 
cxpal fulcrum in the progress of our American ^ 
civilization. 

Kor these reasons, l, Goodwin J. KnlFht 
Governor of Galifcnia, do n,-oclalm March lo through 
Marcn ^2 jy.„y, as NATIONAL LIBRARY Sk ^a ^ur e 
our people in California to reflect upon thrcontrl- 
bution which our public and private libraries and 
librarians i.ave made to the preservation of ou^preat 
cultural heritage of human dignity and freedom! 

IN WITNESS WHEfiKOb', I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 27th day of February, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
.Hundred and Plfty-eight. 





Governor 



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ATTEST 



Secrotarvr of Staie 



ixcfutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

;^tatc or ilJlirornij 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

MARii- lybB 
FRANK M. JOROAM, Secretary of S»ah 



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'i'hvouu,ii oUch oi'jjanl;iai.-lom3 ai; tiic National 
Scci'etai'ieL; Aasociatiuu, woiticmi have become ciiLhuaias- 
lically active in tlie comi.iercial, cultural and civic 
advancement oi' their liome comniunlties and the State 

gene rail;,' . 

Ill tlie pursuit or higher prore-nclonal stand- 
ai'dLJ L'or necx-etai'les, the National Secretai'les Asao- 
ciation «Mii;;a):e:; in etiucalional pi'oci'ams t,o encoui-age 
the advancement and upgrading ol' seci-etarlal training, 
as ivell as uhe sbatuij oi' the seci-etai'y in business, 
lndu3ti\y and the pi'oi'essions. 

Tnese acLivliles include two annual seminars, 
orie in tiie nortli and one in the south — a cax^eer program 
designed to encoui^age secretarial students to become 
proi'lcient in theli' chosen I'leld oi' endeavor through 
pi'oper education and ti-aining; cooperation with scliools 
and colleges in preparing coui-ses oi' study I'oi' secre- 
tarial students; and nuiiiei'ons courses oi' study aimed 
at seir-impi'ovement. 

I wish to empliaslze the importance of these 
seminars and otlier educational progi-ams I'or secretaries 
and secretarial students. 



Sccrotarles occupy a prominent place In the 
business world oi' today. They are continually growing 
in stature in the oi'ganlzatlons they represent and are 
Indispensable to modern business. 

There Is an ever-LncreasJ ng public apprec- 
iation oi' tJie woi'k oi' women in the business, proi'es- 
sional and public ai'Tairs oi" our communities, states 
and Nation, Tnerei'oi'e, I, Gooawin J. Knight, Governor 
of Callfoj'iiia, do hex-eby proclaim tlie week of April 2u 
througii April lo, lys8, as SliGRETARIES WEEK in C 11- 
fornla, and April 2j as SECRETARIES DAY. 

IN >V1TNESS iVHEREOF, I liave hei-eunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
Calii'ornia to be affixed this 
')th day of Mai^ch, A. D,, One 
Tiiousand Nine Hundred and 
Kifty-eight, 




ATTEST 



GoveiTioj^ 



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^KcutiDc Bcpartincnt 

^tatf of (lalifornia 



P H p C L A M A T I 



FTLED 

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MAf^' :\ ■ 1958 I 
FUANRfl/OTOAN. fecrefarvo«S»* 



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Indelibly etched Into tlie clvip 
Girl Srnnt- ^.' n , '^''^^'- ^"a Nation are the 
whrch^e a^e ;if'"'-^''^ ^''' "^^^ni^atlon of 

a iontlnuo; ^e'vrre^slnce'lts'?' "l? ^''^'^"^-'^ 
March 12, 1912 c^rirnrnf. loundlng on 

to more thaf ?°^00 oS(71^'k^''"^^^^-^°" ^^^^ tl^^o^n 
7U0,000 adult leader whn^r^'' ^"'' "^°^^ ^-^^^ 
mlse of "Do Tneir Dutv ?o r^^ "^ ^° ^'^^^^ P™" 
Help other People at An°P?°'^ """^ Country, to 
the Girl aciu? Lawf oi iovaTtv ""[j' '"< ^'''' '^^ 
Helpfulneun to Oi-licr;; " '>-i-iiun„os and 

Governor of Callfopnin , % ? ^'"odwin J. Knight. 
March !■_,, lq^y i ?Tm' ■ n?,^'^"' ^''''''^' '^' '-''^uih 

marklng^the'46th'annlteruarrof^^^ 
the United iitates. I mrc all r^V^^''^''^^'^^ i" 
the Girl i^couts now and in fhl ^^^f^^^^^^s to give 
rullest cooperation an) ^^'^ coming yeartj the 
number, "i" glrL ay'benef ^^f 'r. f "^^ ^ -reading 
program of tralnlnr ln^?tTL 7? ^''"^ splendid 
Gin .cout organization offer"!"'" "'"'' "" 

IN >,VlTNK:;ij WHEHEOF, I have hereuntc 
^et my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the state of 
Calixoi'nla to be affixed 
this 3rd day of March, A. D 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
atui J''Lft.v-olgiiL- 





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FrUCD 

^xtcutioe ©tpartmtnt ,.--^*5j-h«^*«j-jj-«« 

^tatt of California mah.1-1958 

FRANkH^JORDAN, Stcreiaiy o( State 

proclamation ^ 



WHEREAS an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now exists requiring that 
the Lcgislature'of the State of CaUfornia be convened in extraordinary session, now, 
therefore, 

I GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the State of CaUfornia, by virtue of 
the power and authority .n me vested by Section 9 of Article V of the Consti.ut.on 
of the State of California, do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of Cn ,^ 
forma to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento. California, on the fourth 
day of March, 195 8. at 2 p.m. of said day for the following purposes and to legis- 
late upon the following subjects: 

1. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the subsidence and compac- 
tion of land in oil and gas producing areas of the State. 

2. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the assessment and equaliza- 
tion of property for local tax purposes. 

3 To consider and act upon legislation relative to providing funds for the pur- 
chise of f..rms .ind honK-s under the Vcicr.ins' Farm and Home Purchase Act. and 
to revise the act to impose maximum l.mlcations on the value of property which 
may be purchased, to change the maximum purchase prices which may be paid, 
and to modify and clarify exisiting procedures relating to the order ,n which loan 
applications are to be considered. 

4 To consider and act upon legislation relating to the transportation, admission 
or instruction of pupils in schools, colleges or universities; relating to tests and 
scholarships for such pupils; relating to regulating the administration of schools 
colleges, universities or other persons issuing diplomas, degrees or certificates o 
completion of education; and relating to the issuance of bonds to provide capital 
outlay for school construction and to repay the General Fund. 

5 To consider and act upon legislation relative to validating the organization, 
boundaries, governing officers or boards, acts, proceedings, and bonds of public 
bodies. 

6 To consider and act upon legislation for the exemption from local property 
taxation of boats or ships used for the commercial fishing of tuna. 



7. To consider and act upon legislation to expand the definition of special high- 
way construction equipment to include dump trucks used for highway construc- 
tion. 

8. To consider and act upon legislation to exempt certain types of claims from 
the operation of Section 29714 of tiie Government Code which relates to claims 
against counties. 

9. To consider and act upon legislation to exempt station wagons from vehicle 
weight fees. 

10. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the creation, powers, and 
duties of a California Poultry Promotion Council. 

11. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the membership of the Small 
Craft Harbors Commission. 

12. To consider and act upon legislation relating to franchises and leases of the 
property of port districts. 

13. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the powers and duties of the 
Lower San Joaquin Levee District. 

14. To consider and act upon legislation relating to assessments levied under the 
Water Conservation Act of 1931 (Chapter 1020 of the Statutes of 1931). 

15. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the acquisition, construction, 
furnishing, equipping and financing of land and buildings by the State Bar of 
California, including temporary changes in the maximum annual membership fee 
for the members thereof. 

16. To co/uidcr and act upon legislation relative to the construction of a bridge 
from San Pedro to Terminal Island. 

17. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the publication of delinquent 
tax lists. 

18. To consider and act upon legislation relating to uniforms of the California 
Highway Patrol. 

19. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the Legislature, its members, 
sessions, and procedure. 

20. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the membership of the board 
of directors of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. 

21. To consider and act upon legislation to relinquish to the City and County of 
San Francisco all the right, title and interest of the State in and to portions of cer- 
tain streets within the boundaries of salt marsh, tide, and submerged lands in that 
city and county, and to remove all restrictions as to the use and disposition thereof. 

22. To consider and act upon legislation for the exemption from local property 
taxation of boats or ships under construction. 



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23. To consider and act upon legislation to amend Section 5.2 of Chapter 124 of 
the Statutes of 195 5, as amended, relating to the authority of the Cahforn.a Olym- 
pics Committee to exercise the right of eminent domain. 

24. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the number and compensa- 
tion of officers and attaches of the municipal court estabUshed in the Hesno Judicial 
District. 

25. To consider and act upon legislation to amend Section 262 of the Revenue 
and Taxation Code to provide for the cancellation or refund of t..xes for the I.scal 
Year 1957-58 on property .is to which the church exemption w.is available but .n- 
advcrtently not claimed. 

26. To consider and act upon legislation to authorize the local participation 
required in connection with the Truckee River and Tributaries ll<K,d Control 
Project authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1954 (Public Law 780, 83rd Con- 
gress, 2nd Session). 

27. To consider and act upon legislation to change the maximum tax rate pre- 
scribed for port districts by Section 6362 of the Harbors and Navigation Code. 

28. To consider and act upon legislation to provide for the preservation and 
restoration of state and local government in the event of war or enemy caused dis- 
aster- to provide for succession to the Office of Governor; and to amend the Cali- 
fornia Disaster Act, including such changes therein as may be required to qualify 
this State to receive financial aid from the Federal Government for the cost of 
administration thereof as provided by pending congressional legislation. 

IX '^'ITNFSS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of CaUfornia to be affixed this third day of March, 1958. 



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^tatc of (ilaliforiiu 



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Now In li,v. uijjiitii year oi' commuiiiuy. 
observance, Iio^ally Day, oponijored by Inc Veue': 
ans Oi' Foi-elgn v/ara, iiaa met with nationwide approv- 
al i'rom i'raternal, civic and youth groups, all 
willin^j to Cjjeak up i'or Amorica. "Loyalty Means 
Lioerty" is tlie YbV i;logan i'or Loyaloy Day, and to 
it will rally those loyal citizens wno are devoted 
to AiJiei'ican Ideals and a deinocrai-ic form oi" govern- 
ment. The VKW is justly proud oi' tliis nationvjide 
event whicn has been lionoi-ed by seven consecutive 
awax'-ds i'ror:. l-'reedoms Koundaulon at Valley Koi'ge, 
and is annually proclaimed by the President of the 
United States. 

Oui" coiiiirion liex^itage oi' I'reedom, and a 
common destiny ox glory founded upon the sacri- 
fices of brave and dedicated men and women, contin- 
ue l-o be lioldly chal li,'ii(_;cd by tlie cynical, atlielstic 
advocates of class coni'iict and mass tyranny, with 
the destruction of \.nc United States, as wc know it, 
their cliicf objective. Tne reason for this is that 
r.hese totalitarian ch.amplons of alien docti'lnes recog- 
nize tliat fundamental Amei-icani sm is the main tiireat 
to their selfish ambitions. So they would do away with 
tiie rigircc 1.0 pei'son and pi-operty, and to freedom of 
conscience, tlie rigiiL of free speech and assemblage 
and religious lioorLy. 



Pi'oservati 
i'oi' ourselves and ou 
undeviating fidelity 
energy, all spelling 
Amei^icanism. In ace 
firming tiiese docti'i 
Kniglit, Governor of 
as LOYALIT DAY, and 
wars in urging m.V ft? 
fully in the spix'it 



on of our God-gi 
r posterity depe 
, diligence, sel 
loyalty to posi 
Oi'dance witli the 
nes of freedom, 
California, proc 
Join wltn the Ve 
How Californian 
of iLs obsei'vanc 



ven bii-tnright 
nds upon an 
f-i-ellafiCe and 
tive, unfailing 
need for i^eaf- 
I, Goodwin J, 
laim May 1, ly^jB, 
terans of b'orelgn 
s to cooperate 
e. 




IN WITNESS lA/lIERliOF, I have here- 
unto sot my hand and caused 
the Gi'eat St al of the State 
of CallLornla to be affixed 
this bth day of March, A.D,, 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred 
'and Fifty -eight. 




Governor 



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Socr-'^'tsry of Hl.pn 4 



FILED 



^jecuttoc ©epartmcnt 

^tatc of dalifornia 



m\< 1 ■■. ia58 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Sacrelarv oJ SWi 






p R G L A M A_T_I_0_K 





WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of California has 
been called in extraordinary nesslon and has convened on 
March ^, 19'':>S; and 

WHEREAS, on account of extraordinary occasions which have 
arisen and now exist, H. is deemed desirable and necessary to 
submit additional subjects to the Legislature for consideration;, 
rr)W, th<:;r'ifore, 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtu.' or tn- power vested in me by law, hereby amend and 
supplement my Proclamation dated March 3, 1938, by adding the 
folio..!:.,, additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting 
the Letrislature to legislate upon the following subjects, in 
addition to the subjects specified in the original Proclamation, 

I' -.;it: 

Item No. 29, - To consider and act upon legislation to 
exempt county s.anltatlon districts and 
county fire protection districts from the 
provisions of the District Investigation 
Law of 1933. 



Item No. 30. 



To consider and act upon legislation to 
authorize counties to charge tolls on 
ferries owned and operated by such counties. 



Item No. 31, - To consider and act upon legislation relating 
to the Inclusion of portions of the il 
Incorporated areas of cities in districts ij 
organized under the Municipal Water District ; 
Act of 1911. ' 

Item No. 32. - To consider and act upon legislation relating 
to the inclusion of public agencies within, 
or the withdrawal of public agencies from, 
the Santa Clara-Alameda-San Benito Water 
Autliority, and to representation on its 'j 
board of directors. 



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3£xecutitic Bcpartincnt 

^tatt of California 



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Item No. 33. - 



Item No. 3^t. 



To consider and act upon leclslalion 
relative to the acquisition, sale or other 
disposition and possession of devices 
designed for or adaptable to use on a 
firearm which utilize projected or infra- 
red light source and electronic telescope 
to enable the operator thereof to visually 
determine and locate the presence of 
objects during the night time. 

To consider and act upon legislation to 
amend Section 20301 of the Government Code, 
relating to the leasing, by county boards 
of supervisors, of concessions in county 
revenue bond projects. 

To consider and act upon legislation amend- 
ing Section ',^784.26 of tne Public Resources 
Code, relating to bonds of Recreation and 
Park Districts. 

To consider and act upon legislation to ,, 
authorize the issuance and sale of revenue ] 
bonds by cities to finance the acquisition, 1 
construction, maintenance, operation, 
improvement, and development of small craft 
harbors. I 

Item No. 37. - To consider and act upon legislation f 
relating to the admiuistratlon and enforce- ■ 
ment of the laws relating to the lnstallatlo|i 
of plumbing, heating, or electrical equip- j 
ment in trailer coaches. } 

Item No. 38. - To consider and act upon legislation i 
relating to the development of recreational j 
facilities. 



Item No. 3",'. - 



Item No. 3<J. 



Item No. 39. 



To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the issuance and sale of state 
general obligation bonds for buildings and 
building sites for state educational 
institutiotis, including state colleges, and 
for mental and ourrectlonal facilities and 
otlier state facilities, 

IN WlTNtiSG WHIiKliOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
thirteenth day of March, 19!j8. j y 

"^ ^aovecuor dT Califoi^aia 



ovemor eft 
Secretary of/G/ate 



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^Kcutiuc Bcpartnicnt 

^tatc of ealifornij 



I'.1A!{ 1 1 1958 






P H C L A M A 'L''i N 



«ANKM.JORD«lSBcrefB(vofaa<« 




Our increased defenae aclivioles oi" 
the patit two decadea iiavc served lo t-.t.«;n/j;l,lien 
tiie relaLlonaiiip between Ine military and ci- 
vilian aej^ments oi' our po|)ulatJ on. Civilian 
America loda^ look,-, upon tiie military as Ita 
stronc ritjht arm, but witiial a part of our 
body politic. 

The men and women of our Armed 
i-'orceLJ cont-titute a mij^hty baGtion ai'.alnst 
those who would deprive us of our power for 
peace ana foi* human dicn.ity. Upon' their 
strengtii and knowledj.-^e depends the preservation 
of tlie United States and all that it represents. 

Equal credit for protective services 
also is due our friends and neighbors who serve 
in reserve components and in National Guard 
units. Without the manpower reserve tney repre- 
sent, ouj- Nation and our iJtate would hv unable 
to meet tlie ciialleni;;e of wartime emergency or 
peacetime disaster. 

The iu-med Korces of tlie United States 
will be honored throiichout the Nation on May 17, 
designateti by the President as Armed Forces' Day. 
It is fitting that we pay homage to the men anil 
women serving jn our mllitaiw components for 
their oontrlbut lull \.o tiie preservallon of the 
principles and ideals of our American Heritage. 

r41ndful of tnese considerations, I, 
aoodwln J. Knight, Governor of Califoi-'nia, do 
hereby proclaim May I'f , ly'jd, as ARiMED FORGKS 
DAY in California, and I urge my fellow 
Callfornians to di.siilay tlie American Flag and 
to partJclpate in local observances of the 
occasion to the fullest ext.ent possible on that 



IN WITNliSS IVHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my nand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
tiie State of California 
to be affixed this Ijth 
day of 14a rch, A. D. , 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-Eight, 







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^tatc of California 



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riial Ihui-e can bo victory over cancer 
13 atLeated bj, the TacL iiiat altiiouca some 
^0,000 CaliforniariG diod or this malady last 
year, anotlier 10,000 residents ox' our State 
i.ouc;ht and won personal battles against the 
disease. Their victoi-les o^ov an aliment once 
considered iiopcless were aciileved partly as a 
result or improved medical techniques ari.-ln,- rrom 
productive x'esearc'^ and partly due to tneir 
awareness or cancer's early warning signs. 

r.,- ii n Uux-liiij April, tiio Calirornla Division 
oi the Aiaerican Cancer Society will conduct its 
annual Cancer Crusade, its dual purposes will 
be to raise pL>,i,20, 900 In this State to support 
bne oocieuy's pre. -rams or researcii, education 
ana service to cancer patients, and to help im- 

fuXify.^'^T >''^''' P"^^^'^ "'"^ importance or periodic 
health clieckups as an aid to early detection or 
tne disease i believe tliat the nearly 100,000 
workers ±u this crusade should receive every 
possible encouragement in tlicir errorts. 

Mindrul or the ^0,0U0 who died last 
year, but hoperul that the saving or Ij UOO 
others tiirough researcii and modern techniques 

''f" ^^•'"^•^"1'''^"°'^' ^' G^^'^win J. Knight, Governor 
oi Galiiorna.a, proclaim April, l^'Sb as CANCER 
CONTROL MONTil. In so doing, i ui^ge public re- 
ceptiveness to tlie message which these volunteer 
workers will carry into millions or Calirornla 
homes, and the most generous public support 
possible. ^' 



IN WITNESS WIIEREOI^ I iiave here- 
unto set my nand and caused 
tne Great Seal or the Suate 
or Caliroi-nla to be afrixed 
tills IJtii day or Marc a, A.D. 
One Tliousand Nine Hundred 
and i«"irty-elght 



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:RA!IK M. JORDAN, Secrdary cf Slatd 



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WHKKiiAG,- Iha LeglGlature of the State of California has | 

t.o n -Til'.: J in extraorclliiar.y i^ession and has convened on 

i-.j;- ;:: -., a ;'j8; and 

WHiiKiiAS, on ncc.uuul of extraordinary occasions vghlch have 
arisen and now exlr.t. It I2 deemed desirable and necessary to ^ 
submit additional subjects to the Legislature for consideration,- 

:; , or'-'fore, ' 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of tlvj power vested In me by law, hereby amend and 
supplement my Proclamation dated March 3, 19'^", by adding the 
lowihf, additional pui'po!;eo thereto, and thereby permitting 
Li.... U.T.islature to legislate upon the following subjects, in | 
addition to the subjects specified in the original Proclamation j 
and other items added thereto on March 13, 19oQ, to-wlt: 

It^i'i No. ''10. To ooMoider and act upon legislation to 

authorize tlie issuance of bonds by cities 
for tiie acquisition of real property. 

It en. N^^. 'il. - To consider and act upon legislation 

relating to the levy and collection of 
assessments by California Water Districts. 

Item No. i\2. - To consider and act upon legislation i 
relating t,o the authority of water distrlctsj 
to issue general obligation bonds. |j 

Item No. h5. - To consider and act upon legislation to ] 
provide for the cancellation or refund of 
taxes for the Fiscal Year 1957-58 on 
property as to which the college exemption 
was available but inadvertently was not 
claimed. 

Item No. ^^^4. - To consider and act upon legislation to 

exempt from registration vehicles used by 
the Civil Air Patrol. ij 



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Item No. 'lo. 



To consider and act uj-on legislation to 
amend Section !:>302.'j of the Streets and 
HlghwayE Cude to extend the period for 
payment of assessments levied against public' 
af(;ju-M.<r. unJoi' the Improvement Act of I9II. 

To ouurfliiur and act upon legislation 
relating; to the maximum rate of assessment 
in parklnr, districts. i| 



Item No. '(/. ^ To consider and act upon legislation 
relating? to the leasing of property, 
borrcwlntj; of funds, and levying of t 



hospital districts. 



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Item No. '48. - 



lo consider and act- upon legislation to 
authorize the Issuance of bonds by the 
State for the Improvement of harbors and 
facilities thereon. 



IN WITNESS WJiERliOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
iie Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
wenty-fourlh day of March, I938, 




In ih« oAm (rfitM Sacrvtofy of Mol* 

of *• Sfot» of f "•■♦"rnlo 

MAR 24 1958 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secnttry of Sl«te 



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Today, centuries ai'Ler the Crucirixlon, the Eternal 
Cro3= of -he SoA o? God stands forth In undiminished glo^y^nj 
sSendor above the ruins or empires whose Pj:oeenltors sought to 
place themselves above the Creator. Their brute ^"f^^'^^^f 
Sundane power and their vainglory lie burled under the sands 
oi' time. 

Throu.;h the clouds of today's adversities, reminding 
us spiritually of lue Dark '^6c^--totalltarian tyranny the 
machinations of those who would Impose on us an atheistic phl- 
To^oph?! and the heels of ruthless, boot-stomping aggressors- 
th^ gentle teachings personified by Jesus ^^f^^^,.^ \ ^^f^^^'^;,,, 
based on the will and justice of God, -^'^7^%^"^^^^', f i^'^'^J,^^^/"*^ 
brightly as the pillar of light. If we will but heed, they 
will bring us our sought-after era of peace and good w:l11. 

His precepts of liumllity, helpfulness, tolerance, 
honesty, f orthrightness and unselfishness provide the strength 
by which we defend the freedom to worship in trie shadow oi the 
Gross as our most precious right. 

The deatn of Christ and his resurrection, clad in the 
habiliments of Inunortallty , have given to '^'^^^^J^f ^ °^^^„f ^ 
centuries evidences of eternity. They demonstrate that God 
wis is and ever will be a powerful, living, and real Presence 
S 4li ttmes! Snly thi-ough His mercy, granted by the inter- 
cession ^f Sis son! can wl rise above the frustrations of the 
temporary and temporal. 

Only through the development of His spirituality 
within us can we gain the world peace we so earnestly <iesire. 
GoS g?ant each of us the ability to attain that degree ol His 
spirituality r.ecessary for the achievement of such a peace. 

Reverently contemplating these things, I, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Governor of California, proclaim April ". as Good i^riday 
SrSugnout our staue, and I urge my fellow Calilornlans oi 
Christian faith to solemnly observe this day as ^J-I'^e lor 
quiet meditation, devout prayer and consecrated dedication to 
tne principles of peace and brotherhood, used and taught by 
1 Jesus of Wazareth. 

IN WITNESS wHEREOl-', 1 have hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of the State of Galilornia 
to be affixed this 2uth day of March, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



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Tliroui^h yavlnrjo, InGurance, home 
uwnerijnip, inveijtment In securities, and 
participation in management, the /Vmerican 
people have built a competitive Tree enter- 
prise system providing a lilgher standard 
of living Tor the individual and more wealth 
I'oi' the Republic tiian have ever been en.loyed 
by any otiier nation in world history. At 
the same time we have maintained and per- 
petuated the i'l-eedoms guaranteed by the 
Constitution and the Bill of Hight's. 

Originating in Calirornia, INVEST 
IN AMKRIiJA w/EliK observances have spread 
tliroughout the United States. With leading 
civic groups and business organizations as 
sponsors, the progi^am emphasizes that the 
American capitalistic system has produced 
widespread bencTlts for our citizens, and 
its Continuation has been a substantial 
factor in tiie growtli and progress of 
California. 

Commending this observance to the 
people of Calif oi'nla, 1, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governoi- ol' California, do hereby proclaim 
April 2'f through May j,, li/'jti, as INVliST 
IN HMEHICii WEEK in our ^tate, and urge its 
support by all Calif ornlans. 







IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my iiand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th 
day of Marcn, h. D. One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 

Governor of California 
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I WHERKAS, th. Legislature of the State of California nas j 
,, been called in extraordinary session and has convened on J 
I Marjh !\, 1938; and :j 

WHERKAr. .„ ,,eoun. - : .aurdlnary occasions which have '' 
^^•--n :,ui no. oxl.t, U 1. deemed desirable and necessary to 
, -■ •■ .dltlonal subjects to the L<.gislature for consideration, 

I, GOODWIN J. K2.-IGHT, Governor of the State of California, 

^ •-■•- Of tne power vested m „,e by law, hereby amend and 

supplement .y Troolamatlon dated March 3, l^.f,, ,, ,,,,,^ ,,^ 

followin(^ nddltlnna] nurno-P-. 1 h..„ . 

purposes thereto, and thereby permitting 

'"*" ^'■'■^'- lc-t:i^Oate upon the followln^^ subjects, in 

addition U, ... .uh,ect. specified in the original Proclamation 

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rclntln, u. 1,I„. mi,. „r ,,u,,u,. aecuntlss. 

IN -1TN..3 WH.HKOP, . ,..v. .„,„^,„ ,,, „, „^„^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ 

to. =.-... s„al or t„» .U.C. or Califo,.„I. to be affixed this , 

twenty-elghtn d,.y of March, 19'^8. 



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im\L M. JORDAN, Jecrefafv of Stato 

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WIIKHKAS, an oxl,ivio,.Ulnnr-y occasion has arisen and now 
'■x^^- ■■ ,•• Mulx-Inc tliat, the Lugisiature of Uie State of 
C.-.iirornLa bo convened In extraordinary session, now, 
there for<.'. 

I. GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the State of 

California, by virtue of the power and authority In me 

ve.t.-d by SecUon 9 of Article V of the Constitution of 

•'.he State of California, do hereby convene the Legislature 

of the State of California to meet in extraordinary session 

at Sacramento, California, on the thirty-first day of 

March, 19,8. at . p.m. of said day for the following purpose 

-ind to legislate upon the following subject: 

To consider and act upon the Budget Bill 
for the succeeding fiscal year and revenue 
acts necessary therefor. 

IN WI^ESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this thirtieth day of March, 1958. 




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P R C L A N JLJ, I_0_N ajANKA JORDAJl Secretery of State 
OF A B^^-k.^^^'-^^i^ 

S I A T_ hi 0. F P_X S_JL|-iO_^ 

WIIEliEAS, the laws of the State of California 
empover the Governor to prcclaic a State of Disaster in an 
area or region of this State affected or likely to be af- 
fected by certain conditions of extreme pe'1l to persons 
and propertv within tho State, which proclamation shall be 
ir v/ritlnp: and shall take effect immedifitely upon its 

issuance; and 

WHEREAS, It is provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Of- 
fice shall act as the coordinator of all state disaster acti- 
vities in connection with cuch emergency, and every state 
agency and officer shall cooperate with the Director in 
rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during 
a State of Disaster when tho need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and county, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be 
the duty of local public offjclnls to comply with such plans; 

and 

Wl^EllEAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
found, on February Poth, 1958, that condHions of extreme 
peril to the safety of persons and property existed in 



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northern California r,.^^ ^-i 

xiiornla from the southern boundaries of the 

counties of Santa Cru.., Santa Clara Stam.i 

^-^ara, Stanislaus, Juolunne 
and Alpine, to the border of the state or n 

.^^^, , ^^^® °^ Oregon, and did then 

>roclalm a State of Disaster eylstinr fh.n . 
^^^ '^ exi.tmt throughout that area; 

\-^Vh-^AS, I, ar; Governor of the qt.f . 
w,,.^ ^^,^^ ^^ ^^-^ 2^ate of California, 

••"'^ found, and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety 
or persons and pro,.erty .ithln this state have 
-isen and exist within the balance of this 
State as a result of storm and flood- 
'• y '"^" '^"'-^^*- ^" ^^-ctly affected areas 

is inadequate to cope „ith the aforesaid condi- 
tions Of extreme perl, .y ,,,.,, ,, ,,^^^ ^^^^^_ 

tude, Which Places them beyond the control of 
the protective services, personnel, equipment 
and facilities of any single county, city and 
--ty, or City, and requires the combined 
forces Of a Mutual Md He^ion or Hogions to 
comba t ; 

3- That t„e ,ro.esM,a conditions or extreme p„U 

warrant and neopccif^j- 

necessitate the proclamation of the 

existence of a State of Disaster; 
^. That strict compliance with the laws of this 
State Which do or may require advertisement for 
Mds for the purchase of supplies or the employ- 
-t or services .ou.. prevent, Hinder, or delay 
the mitigation of the disaster. 



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NOW, TULHEFORK, I, GOODWIN J. KJCIOI'T, Governor of 
the State of Callfcrnls, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constj tntlon and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the existence of n State of Disaster through- 
out the entire State of California; and 

I DO FUHTHEH PROCLAm that all the laws of the State 
of California which do or may require advertisement for bids 
for the purchase of supplies or the employment of services 
necessary in connection with the mitigation of this disaster 
are suspended as of this date; and 

I DIRECT that this procJamntlon shall take effect 
Immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of state 
of CalJfornia; and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 



IT. WITKKS3 WIIERKGF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacrainento, this 2nd day of 
April, 1958. 





of Callforlila 



ATTEST : 



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Secretary of--State 



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3£xccutit)c department i 

^tatc of Galifornia 

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 58-CD-l 

WIffiREAS, the possibility of widespread natural 
disaster is always present In this State; and 

WHEREAS, potential enemies of the United States 
have capacity to attack this State and the United States in 
ever-growing force; and j 

WHEREAS, Section 15^0 of the Military and Veterans | 
Code provides: 

"The Governor may assign to a state agency 
any activity concerned with the mitigation 
of disaster of a nature related to the ex- 
isting powers and duties of such agency, 
and it shall thereupon become the duty of 
such agency to undertake and carry out such 
activity on behalf of the State."; and 

WHEREAS, during the past six years, certain assign- 
ments of civil defense and disaster responsibilities have 

been made ; and 

WHEREAS, these assignments and others should now 
be formalized to properly integrate existing State agencies 
into the civil defense and disaster effort; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State and in 
accordance with the provisions of Section I5V) of the Military 
and Veterans Code, do hereby issue this Order as a necessary 



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^xcnititic Bcpartincnt 

3tate of Calirornia 

step in advance of actual disaster or catastrophe, and as 
part of the civil defense and disaster pro, ram of the State 
of California, to become effective immediately: 

A. Each department, independent division, bureau, 
board, commission, and independent institution of the State 
Government (hereinafter referred to as agencies) shall make 
appropriate plans for: 

1. The protection of its personnel, equipment, 
and supplies (including records and documents) against the 
effects of enemy attack or natural disaster. Such plans 
shall include the following: 

a. Provisions for the possibility of attack 
without warning, attack under circumstances not permitting 
prior evacuation, natural disaster, and radioactive fallout. 

b. Provisions for the possibility of attack 

of which there may be sufficient warning to permit pre-attack 
evacuation. Plans shal] be made for pre-attack evacuation of 
personnel and dispersal of equipment and supplies from instal- 
lations located in target areas and from such other areas as 
may be determined by the California Disaster Office. 

c. Provisions for the protection and mainte- 
nance of vital public records and documents. To the maximum 
extent practicable, the original or a copy of each record or 
document requiring protection, in the public interest, against 
the effects of enemy attack or natural disaster shall be 

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stored or kept outside target areas and such other areas as j 
may be deteriained by the California Disaster Office. 

d. To the maximum extent practicable, each 
agency shall store its supplies and equipment at sites 
located outside the aforementioned target areas and other 
designated areas. 

2. Carrying on such of its normal services as may 
continue to be needed, on an emergency basis, in event of 
enemy attack or natural disaster. 

a. Each agency shall survey its normal func- 
tions and determine which of such functions must be continued 
notwithstanding enemy attack, and the extent to which its 
resources, including personnel, equipment, supplies, and 
facilities, must be devoted to carrying out such functions. 
An agency which has functions which must be continued not- 
withstanding enemy attack, and having its principal head- 
quarters in a target area, shall establish and equip an aux- 
iliary headquarters at a site located in a non- target area, 

to which the agency head (except as may otherwise be provided) 
and appropriate personnel of the agency shall report in the 
event of enemy attack. 

b. All resources, including personnel, of the 
agency not required in the performance of the fimctlons which 
must be continued in the event of an enemy attack shall be 
available for the performance of civil defense and disaster 

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^tatt of California 

.uncaon. ana s.,Xl .. repo.tea to t.e Oalifcni. Disa.te. 
0„l=e as soon as .ete^ined, in order tha^ suoh resources 
.., .e assiened to t.e perror^noe or a oivU defense a^d 
..saster function .y tne Director, Clircrnia Disaster orrice, 
if such asslem.ent is deemed necessary. 

B The responsibility for such plannlne shall rest 
„lth th. head Of each agency, provided that such official 
.ay designate a competent person in the ser.ice of the a.ency 
.o be and act as Civil Defense and Disaster Officer of the 
agency. » shall be the function of such Civil Defense and 
Disaster Officer to supervise .nd coordinate such planning 
.y the agency, subject to the direction and control of the 

head of the agency. 

C In addition to the responsibilities imposed above, 

each aglncy »ay be assigned additional specific civil defense 
and/or disaster responsibilities by the Director of the Cali- 
fornia Disaster Office, with the approval of the Oovernor. 
such responsibilities shall be as mutually agreed upon by 
the head of each agency concerned and the Director of the 
California Disaster Office, and shall Include th. assigr-ent 
of one or »ore competent persons of the agency to serve as 
the .taff Of the Director, California Disaster Office, dur- 
ing periods Of a state of extreme emergency. During a state 
Of disaster, the director of such agency shall assign appro - 
priate liaison officers to serve at the California Disaster 

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Office headquarters and/or at its regional or sector head- 
quarters. Each agency shall provide the necessary training 
for persons assigned a disaster function, and shall make 
such persons available for test exercises. 

D. Authority in hereby granted that employees from 
State agencies assigned for duty during authorized exercises 
at State, regional, or sector control centers be allowed 
compensating time off for services rendered outside regular 
working hours, or compensated for such services, as the 
director of the agency may direct. 



IN WITNESS WlffiREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ■ ' day of 

April, 1958. /7 / /> 








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State of Califofiuj 



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Wlil'^l-U'lAS, V'-^r tho pant novrr.il woekc Ue vast.-) tine; 
storms and flools throu-jhout the State of Calirornja have 
o-iusi'.i Gcrluus daiiia,!;c both to private and public pro})erty, 
a.3 a consequence of vjliich the citlea and counties of the 
State have sustained serious daiiiajje to their road systems 
and have sustained loss of dralnaj^e structures, roadbeds, 
and road surL'aces, includlni: those on the Pederal-ald 
secondary system, and, in addition thereto, the State 
hichvJay system, which includes the Federal-aid Interstate 
and primary systems and portions of the Federal-aid 
secondai^y system, has sustained serious damage, all of 
which constitutes an emergency affectini^ the entire State 
of California; and 

WHEIIEAS, disastrous damage has been sustained by 
the public hi^dnjays of California, resultin.j; in the 
necessity I'ov liiuuediate repair or reconstruction of public 
highways and bridf.cs includiiiE those on the Interstate, 
prlmax^y aiui secondary li'edetM I -a M Ii1;';hvjay systems; and 

V;HEREAS, such conditions constitute an emergency 
as contemplated by tlie terms ol' Section llu of the Federal- 
Aid Hlf^hway Act of Ij'jo {{0 Stat. j7^) . 



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: V'':. , i'in';i-iEl''OHK, I, Cn.xiwln J. Knight, Governor of 
the State ot" GaiU'ornia, do hereby proclaim that an emer- 



:ijy uziuto thruu:j;iaijut the State of Callfornl: 



as a 



"joUlt of atorm aiiu flood conditions and consequent damage 



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)V pui-ilic liljihways and brldj_;es Includlni; those 



on the Pederal-ald Intc'rstate, primary and secondary hlgh- 
vjay aystei.io; tliat the lnuneJlate repair tind reconstruction 



of 



such daimi:_-ed and ■lestroyed hl.':;hways and brldf;es is vital 



to the security, well-bein.^ and health of the citizens of 
the State of California; and that the Secretary of Conmerce 
of tlie United States Is hereby requested to concur in the 
declaration of this emergency. 

Ill V/ITI^'ESS WliElffiOK, I have hereunto set my hand 



nausea 



the (U^.'at Seal of the Sta.te of California to 



afflxea thlr 



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to Provide^Jus^icc'ro/Sn^u'' "" Administration 
the welrare or our L^lon' ''TL'.^r'''' '' ^^*=^" to 
tlHL for the State or ca ?.• "^^^^'^^ore, it is f^t- 
-ther .tates m obseivln^ Karf .'" "^"^^ "^^h 
' -— l-d by Pre.iSt'Si^A/^55 ^^s l^w ^ay. 

*""'' ^- Elsenhower. 

particularly in thesft'Le' 'h'"" '"^" ^''^ -"-en " 
atnexotlc tyranny with rCn ''^'''' ""^ ^'^^^' ^n ' 
uo-f f ' '^ '^-"P^'t' -JlrSi;;'"^^^ ^-r force and 
""»'-, to keep and make r^;";^"^^ •^'-atlon of our free- 
liberty, in order ?haf f ^^""^^ ""r heritaP-e oi 
take coura,,e and'havf rITtr?h^\'\\^ nations °Ly 

;Xurr-?^"'^"^'^'^i^"^"!^i^:;i; f ^ to the law 
PJ^trcquisxte to the rennhTi ^ decreed as a 
we should nr,^- 1 ■'^^'-PubllGan x'orm nr 
court" \.. ""^y take pride Jr, TL f 'government, 
courts, but we should -.1^; , , ^he law and uur 
Shortcomings, so that f. ^""^^ ^^ock of their 
Preciation they "JJ\\,^^^„^^^"g^V criticisms and'ap- 
"s now and m the luture "'''' ^'^^^ ^o serve 

Knlciit, C-overnor^'i? cal^f^^''''^'^"""^' ^' Goodwin J 
^^^^ -Lu tn±o observance 





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^xccutiDc Bcpartnicnt 

3ti)tc of California 

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latui'e for consideration; 



I, aOODWIN J. KNIO- , the St; 

'.rtue of the power vested In mo by law, hu 
atplerricnt my ProclamatJ • -h 3, 19'-: , 

■ Mon-il purpo:. , , . 

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'California, 
nend and 
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^ ill t!ie oi'if_<,i:ra i'rc:;lamation { 
"^"- 1-J, 19':>B, March 2i\, I958, i: 



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- To approve or reject charters and charter 
amendments of cities, cities and counties 
and counties ratified by the electors ' 
pursuant to th.; Cotintl in* ion of the '^tatf 
of California. 



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^tatc of Callfomij 



PRC^CLAMATION 



For 4b years, the City of Hope National Medical 
Center has been dedicated to alleviating the suffering of 
those afflicted with cancer, leukemia, tuberculosis and 
heart disease. The great and admirable ellorts of this 
splendid and widely known institution are aimed at dis- 
covering and developing new weapons against catastrophic 
diseases which plague mankincj, and to care for their present 
victims . 

The causes and cures of these maladies which reap 
the heaviest toll of human lives constitute a mystery and 
challenge to medicine and science. The City of Hope 
National Kedlcal Center has devoted its resources to the 
battle to free humanity from the inroads of these dread 
afflictions, combating them through a three-fold program ol 
patient care, research and post-graduate medical education. 



ity of Hope has provided treat- 
ims of these diseases through- 
race, creed or national 
nts have inspired renewed hope 
truly humanitarian center which 
ion to our State and has per- 
e for its people, needs our 
tuatc its specialized work and 
t the constantly growing 



In so doing, the C 
ment without charge for vict 
out our State, regardless of 
origin, and its accompllshme 
for ultimate victory. This 
has helped to bring distinct 
formed an outstanding servic 
support so that it may perpe 
expand its facilities to mee 
demands . 

it is an honor for our Golden State to be the 
home of such a truly charitable and scientific institution. 
Therefore. 1, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
proclaim the Month of June. 1958, as CITY OF HOPE MONTH 
and I urge all mv fellow Californians once again to assist 
in everv'wav possible this most worthy endeavor whose 
existence depends solely upon our good will and generous 
contributions. 

WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
17th aay of April, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight, 



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ed in the iclfinr J:^;:'^""^'-^ ^^' a State that is keenly inSS' 

har.i" and ^nif ra"hion"thri'"'? "'"w^"'' "^-^^^ "^^^'^ hea^^Jf 
: Which the pruaucitun man^r.^r^^r '^"'^ '^Pe^ate the equipment on 

2,100 locaI^'od.aiT';I1i^';earl^{"goS'Soo'° '^''' ^^^ «^-" ^- 

states, C.a.ada/Hawail, the Snama CaAa? 7"'''"'^'^'':^ .^" ^^"^ ""^^^^^ 
a»-reemento witli mure than la, Inn ? ^ "^"""^ ''"'^ Alaska, has 
integral part of om. Amfri 1a ^""Pl^y^rs, and is in itself an 

Of our reL,nitIon'^in'hai nrr^acheS^the'BibS" t' '' ^^^^^^"^ 
score and ten. it is venerabl. an,i ^ Biblical age of three- 

but it is ever enterprlsin. ^mi n ^;:'-'^'^yi"t: ^'' ""r respect, 
and accomplishments it is wort V .r ^^^.^^f^' "-odes of procedure 
, generally. wox thy ol emulation in labor circles 

I 

the adva.>tapes'Thai"Americans have'h^ i" '^"^ "'^^^^ ^^^^ ^^"J^^^d 
philosophy all peoolc "Jarf?,, ?r ^^^^"^<^ ^"^'cr our economic 
other side of the coin u ti' ^^T {general prosperity. On the 

are asked to .irS themse! es'fo'r ihaJev'e'^Sairif i?'' ^^^^'^ 
necessary. The rntpt-mf-ir,r.an a "'"f ^'-y'-i^^ sacrifices may oe 

always been ready and Ser Jo Is^Smf^'^ "' "^^^hinists has 

this regard whether ln'Xpiri?roradv1rs!ty'?"'''""'^^ ^" 

Ln its PlonCe'rw?rk":n'ca?I?Srnia'^in1he"'''"Jf ^ '^^^ '^^' ^^'^^ 
health and welfare olan fo^ if \ "^^ negotiation of a 

the California Metal ?rado.' a. " ^'^^'^r'^l^- ^'K^tiated with 
one of the first o? its kind in^M?,J°!,' ^ i^^'-*' ^^^ P^^" "as 
nine years later, .ore^ha" 8' "per'cen? o? all'^w'Tr"' •'™' 
California who are emoloveri nnriol. n . ^■'- workers in 
and w.ifare ^^n.^^^Trt^^.^^l^^^^^^J^^^ ^^^^^ 

leee for mrGoodwin f \^^S^7 v' '^ ^^'°"'^^ ^"^ ^ ^^^vi- 
proclaim May ^, ly'S as mcH™rs'PrnAv'' '^^ California, to 
Calif ornlans to Juln'in honorJnf.f ^^' ?"^ ^° "^^e my fellow 
become a great institiJion. "" organization which has 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
irth day of April, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
, Fifty-eight. 




Governor v 



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Secretary of.'^ 



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2:xccutiDc Bcpartincnt 

;r»tatc of California 

Jt_!v_U_C_l_A_M_A_';_I_0_N 
WHHRKAS, 'i-lature of the State of Culifornl.T has 
■lordliiary sessl ; ban convened on 
March 'f, 19'3'": and 

, , :'ilnary occasions which havo 

ini 'I ■.; --:!:-.i, 1* ' n d,- ■ : irable and necessary to 

1, GOODWIN J. iCNIGHT, Ciovernor • ■' '. .■' ' ■ " '^illfurnia, 

■> ^ vlr' ■ the power veste • ' , amend and 

Lunl-ment my Proclamation dated March '.jH, Ij'jH, by amending 

Item No. 't7 thereof to read: 

It-iin No, 'IV. Tm con:;!" ' upon legislation relating 
to the loauiiiti oi property, borrowinc of 
funds and levying of taxes by hospital 
districts, and by the San Benito V/ater 

Conr-erv.-itlon .'ind Flood Control District. 

IN Wi:!.'. :' ■.■'"■;"•:'.■'•', '■•■,.•: ti'i 'md caused 

the Or 1 .'ui.i:''jrnia lo r.- ai lixed tnis 

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Secretary of/atatc 






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^xcnitioc department 

^tatc of California 



PHOCLAMAT 



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There Is a oymboi of freedom in the bright 
red crepe paper Poppy, replica ol' the Flanders Field 
Puppy, which Americans generously purchase in the 
period immediately preceding Memorial Day--symbol of 
a freedom assured by those who nave of their own 
full mea3ure--their iive3--for America. 

in the ulght Veterans Administration Hospi- 
tals in California anri at the California State 
Veterans Home in Yountville, disabled veterans make 
these red crepe paper Memorial Puppies for the 
American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary. 
Funds paid these veterans by the American Legion Aux- 
iliary are often theli- only source of income. 

On May 23 and 24 this year, the Friday and 
Saturday before Memorial Day, volunteer workers of 
the American Lec:ion Auxiliary will be on the streets 
of every city and town in California asking every 
person to purchase and wear a Memorial Day Poppy in 
honor of our war dead and to assist the living 
victims of war. No price is set on the Poppy--the 
entire contribution received, aside from production 
costs, can be spent only for the welfare of disabled 
and needy veterans and their families. This also 
includes the rehabilitation, child welfare and 
education programs of the Legion Auxiliary. 

Cognizant of the outstanding contributions 
which the American Legion is making toward the care 
of our brothers-in-arms, 1, Goodwin J, Knight, 
Governor of California, proclaim May 23 and 24, 1958, 
as PUPPY DAYS IN CALIHJiiNIA, and urge that the fullest 
and most generous support pocsible be accorded this 
annual sale of Veterans' Poppies. In so doing we 
give full recognition to those who unselfishly gave 
life and limb for the defense of our country and the 
quest for a permanent world peace. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set mv hand and caused 
the Great ;eal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 17th day of April, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 







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Governor 
Secretary of(Stotite 







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^xccutiDc department 

^tatc or Calironiia 



PROCLAMATION 



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By making available adequate in- 
fortiiation and uniformly fine entertainment, 
radio stations pi'ovlde a genuine service to 
families and individuals in California. 
They continually prove themselves dependable 
communications links with our citizens on 
the move, servinr, as sentinel, advisor and 
friendly companions . 

in times of disaster and emerRency 
they are invaluable in disseminating needed 
news and directions and in placing their 
facilities at public disposal. Our radio 
stations take an active role in State affairs, 
always ready to assist in civic and philan- 
thropic projects. 



a means 
much to 
cultural 
and occu 
nance of 
I, Goodw 
am pleas 
as NATH^ 
f ornians 
oui' radi 
women as 



Inasmuch as radio broadcasting as 
of mass commuriicatlon contributes 
the economic, technological and 

development of the United States, 
pies a vital position in the mainte- 

our Nation's welfare and security, 
in J. Knight, Governor of California, 
ed to proclaim the month of May, i'^tt^i, 
NAL I^DIO MONTH, and urge all Cali- 

to take note of the achievements of 
o stations and to salute the men and 
soclated with them. 

IN WITNESS WfffiREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand anu caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
22nd day of April, A, D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 



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^xecutiut Bcpartmcnt proclamation 

^tate of Californu 

Baseball Is as American as corn on the cob, ham on rye, 
I Boston-baked beans and pumpkin or apple pie. Boys move directly 
I I'rom the make-believe world of Wyatt Earp, "Cheyenne," or 
I "Gunsmoke" into the wonderl'ul outdoor land oi' baseball and there 
they stay--boys and men--rirst as players and then as fans. 

It is one of the first real outside interests that 
] little Johnny shares with Dad. They play catch behind the house; 
'then off they go topether to the big Leaif,ue Park, and even more | 
important, to the Little League lot where participation and , 
activity replaces visualization and vlcariousnesa . i 

The Third National Coiif^ress of Little Leagues has set 
Saturday, June l4, ly'jB, as Little Leap.ue Foundation Day. On 
this occasion, nearly 'j,000 lea.'-.ues in the United States and ^ 
other lands, encompassing approximately one million youngsters, ; 
'together with their volunteer adult leaders, will gather in ap- j 
I propriate ceremonies and observe the anniversary of the Little | 
; League Foundation. 

The purpose of the Foundation is to insure, in reason- 
able substance, that the pro(.';ram may continue through the fore- 
seeable future. The Foundation will make permanent the public 

'benefits which accrue to countless communities enriched by 
Little League baseball. Leagues all over the world will donate 
the proceeds of the day to the Foundation. In California, 51^ 

'leagues will participate In the Little League Foundation Day 

j, observance. 

i 

It is indeed fitting that the establishment of the 
Foundation be observed officially on June 1^, Flag Day, on which 
the Stars and Stripes will fly above the hundreds of Little 
League parks and sandlots, and where thousands of Ai.iericans will 
coni:regate as players, officials and spectators. It is in honor 

land encourar-.ement of the 'jiH Little Leagues In California that I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim June 14, 19^3^1, 
as LITTLE LEAGUE FOUNDATION DAY. 




IN 



WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
23rd day of April, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 




Governor 




ATTEST 



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Secretary oC^S/ate 




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^xccutiDc Department 

-^tJtr of Cilifornij 



PROCLAKATION 



r.mn. .1 Hospitals In Uie United States today 
employ almost 1, [,00,000 persons, making them 

thL^T-, .''^''"^'''y''' iareest employers. But 
they likewise are amonr the largest and most 
Important dispensers oi' mercy--and hope — in 
our American institutions. 

. , ^ '^-'"^ hospitals today provide an ever 
higher standard of care to an ever increasinK 
number of patients, this in the face of eve? 
increasing costs and employment problems. For 
instance', there are more than 200 job classi- 
ilcati.;ns to be found within large hospitals 
and most of these can be filled only after 
exhaustive personal investigation and detailed 
and careful traininc:. ^ ^coaneu 

u, V. ^ Hospitals are able to maintain a 

snnniv l?""^ ""'' '^t''^' "'^'^ ^^^^' ^^^^^ Constant 
mun?Jv.. /'-'f?''""';'^ ^^ assured through the com- 
munity's continued support and understanding 
oi the vital role which they undertake. 

atf^nf "i''^\lif'htinr; all this and focusing 
attention on the hospitals' "Missions of Mercv >' 
communities tliroughout the United States and "" 
Canada are Joining in the annual observance of 
National Hospital Week, May II-I7. Saluting 
this observance for the intrinsic worth of our 
hospitals and the worthiness of the project, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California 
proclaim NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK in California 
and urge my fellow citi^ens to Join in support- 
ing our hospitals, so vital to all of us 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
aet my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
23rd day of April, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 




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FRANK |4.,J0B)AII, SNrelaf{ar^»ito 

Celifornia, raclno; the sea and its' 
harvest of trade in lands across the Pacific, 
has reasoti to be thanki'ul Tor steam navlt^ation 
which v;a3 the I'ouiidaLion I'or its oceanic pros- 
perity, our close reiaticinshlps with I'oreif^n 
countries have been appreciably enhanced by 
Tfans-Pacil'ic coimiiei-ci.- . 




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Now a new anti <>ven Iax\;cr vision of 
ess and opportunity lies ahead for our 
t Marine In the early and effective ap- 
on of atomic enerj^y in merchant ship 
ion. This ambitious and optimistic 
•..nlallj lonL.-i'anL;L plannin'_;, cou- 
culllnB of inefficient operating units, 
'df.-i, of financini; and an exceptional 

cooperation amonc; all segments of the 
le Industry, East and VJest. Members of 
us try In California are prepared to 
is challenge. 



uui- maritime service is a sound one, 
its loaders are capable and possess couraj^e 
and vision. The outcome cannot be in doubt. 
But wt. are not furtjetful of our heritage oi' 
steam and the sailiny from Savannah, Georgia, 
in Ibiy of the SS SAVANNAH, marking the first 
successful crossing oi' the Atlantic under 
steam propulsion. 

V/ith this in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, am pleased to proclaim 
r-:ay 22 as NAHITIHE DAY in our State. 1 know 
that Calif ornians, bordering on the Pacific as 
we do, will wlioleheartedly join in tills observance, 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havL here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this iOth day of April, A. D. 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




Governor 



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^xccutiDc Dipartiiicnt 

^c't.itt of (i:.iiiroiiiu 



FfUED 

di iIm oAm •( i*i* iMrtMry •• Mot* 
of itM ttat* ct CalHwDMi 

WAY i;'. 1958'^ 
Wm M. JORDM. SecretarY of SMa 




There is rciiiciiibrunce in the hearts ut' most 
Calif ornians I'ur many of ihcJr tcachers--those who 
through kindnccja or dlGclplino, or both, have helped 
to mold their characters and ,-uide their footsteps 
into a usefulness to State and Nation, 



The foundat 
nas much to do with d 
our risiu;': !;encration 
maturity. The teache 
needed for the protec 
ideals, and the conti 
f-rade. Assuredly, nu 
personal satisfaction 
developiiv; the human 
and girls to acquire 
which they live in la 



ion which our teachers establish 
etermining the kind of citizens 

will become when they reach 
r provides initial inspiration 
tion and advancement of American 
nuation of this from firade to 
other profession yields the 
that a teacher derives from 
personality and in helping boys 
the standard of values by 
ter years. 



It is important, therefore, that we intoret 
larger numbers uf younr; people in the opportunities 
offered in the leachlni- i'ield if we are to meet the 
needs arisini: from California's rapid (growth and our 
constantly Increasing school population, for other- 
wise we cannot adequately staff uur thousands of new 
classrooms or provide suitable teacher replacements. 

In consideration uf the role which the 
teachers play in our clvili;'.ation, 1, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
June 1 as TKACHKU lUiMEMlVi^ANCE DAY, and June 1-8 as 
TEACIIKU CAiiEEi-i WEEK. During this week; I urge all 
citizens to become more familiar with the ac- 
complishments of our teachers and the opportunities 
offered by tac teachin:; profession. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 13th day of May, A.D., 
Une Thousand Nine Hundred 
and l<'lfty-el-;;ht. 



Governor 






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^xccutiV)c Bcpartnicnt 

^tatc of £jlifornu 



PROCLAMATION 



In purouance of national tradition, Aiiierlcana observe 
aays which conatitute mile;; toners in our history. Ever since the 
birth of our Nation in I'f'f^^t national tiolidayu liavc been set 
aside to commemorate the highlight J In our quest for freedom and 
its perpetuation. 



This yeai', un 
birth of tlie Red, White 
years ago, shortly ai'tei 
Independeiico, the Contln 
ycuag America this synibo 
since then our Fla^; lias 
over. Today, its 13 str 
represent the nevcr-endl 
world, despite tlie cluud 
live in permanent peac.'. 
unity. 



June I'l, Flajj; 
and Blue. One 
' the slcinlng o 
ental Con!':ress 
1 of the I'reed 
been honored a 
ipes depicting 
nr, desire of a 
now dlirimlng 
The 4b star 



Day, we aj^ain observe the 

hundred and eighty-one 
f the Declaration of 

F;ave to the people of 
om tliey were to win, and 
nd respected the world 

the 13 original states, 
11 free men that the 
the horijcon, will one day 

symbolize our national 



Ln till:; yeai''s l''la; Day obsei-vance in Ca.l Ifornla, we 
are happy to honor the name of Krancls Bellamy, officially 
recognized oy our State Legislature as the author of the Pledge i 
of Allej-.ianci-. Entwined with tlie Fla,:; Day observance is our 

redcdicatiou to th.ls Lmmortal and inspirinc; document. 

The Flag dramatically represents our unity, our 
sovereignty, our thoughts pnd pui'poses as a people. In honor- 
ing the Stars and Stripes we express gratitude for the freedom 
which is ours undtr its protection and we renew patriotic 
dedication to the cause of freedom throughout the woi'ld. 

Acting In accord with l\\v finest in American tra- 
dition and in pledging anew our fealty "to the Flag of the 
United States and to the Republic for which it stands," the 
brightest, best hope of mankind on earth, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of Caifornla, lio hereby proclaim Satui-day, June I'l, 
as FLAG DAY in our State, I urge my fellow Calif ornians to 
display Old Glory pi^omlnently and proudly on every public 
building and wherever tradition and courtesy will permjt, and 
to consider soberly the impact which American freedom has made 
and which, with God's help, can continue to make upon the world. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereun 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed thi 

l^th day of Kay, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
I'ifty-eight. 



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P H O C L A [■; A T I U N 



The phyaicaL I'iluoss oi' American yuuth is 
one of the fundamental cornerstones for the success 
of our natlon'3 future; Indued, a aafecuard for our 
freedom brouj^lit tu us by our hardy and clear- think- 
inp: pionoer'5. 

In rfccnt years, there has been much 
comrnent that the physical strength of our youth has 
been impaired throur;h tiie easy living of modern 
civilization. As proof the lar^^e number of recruit 
physical rejections in our Armed Korces is cited. 

Tlie CaiJfurn.lLi CominJ f, tee on Kllneus vjhicli 
i'Us vjorked closely with President Elsenhower's 
Council on Youth B'itness, and with our State au- 
thorities, seckr meanr, of reinedyin)'; this situation. 

Prerident Eisenhower has recommended that 
the week bei^iinnlnf; June 1, iy5B, be observed as 
Kational Youtl^i )''ltness Wee!<:, and I am pleased to 
endorse the President's proclamation in this re- 
spect. Therefox'c, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclcim the week be- 
rlnni.-.g June 1, I'-J'jtj, as National Youth Fitness 
Wcjk In California, and urge for it the support of 
health, business, labor, agricultural, educational, 
recreational, religious, fraternal, service, veter- 
ans, civic and other organizations and groups, as 
well as parents and oui' citizens generally. 



I FfUED 

•VI AY I '■' 1^5^ 
M. JOROW. Setrotarv o« S«e 



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ATTEST: 




IN WITNESS WH2REUF, I iiave here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this iqth day of May, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 



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Governor 
Secretary 






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^KfutiDc Bfpcirtnicnt 

iDtatr of dJliloriiu 



PROCLAMATION 









Sr. 






There was romance and clanger, history and proeress 
In the overland Kail, the first uefinite linking of the 
Missouri River states with the Pacific Coast--the result of 
an Act of Congress dated March 3, lbi;7, and in which the 
postmaster general of the United States was authorized to 
contract for tlie conveyance of mail overland from the 
Missouri Hiver to San Francisco. There is particular 
significance to California in the first transcontinental 
overland Mall contract awarded to the Overland Mall Company 
ol which John Butterfield was organizer and president, 
because 064 miles, or one-fuurth of the route, was within 
California's boundaries. 

More than one-third of the sites of the stace 
stops or stands are all within the State of Callfornia-- 
situated at San Francisco, Clark's, San Mateo, Redwood City. 
Mountain View San Jose, 17-Mile House, Gllroy, Pacheco Pass, 
San Luis Ranch, Lone Willow, Temple's, Pirebaugh Perry 
I-resno City, Elk Horn Spring, King's River Canyon, Cross 
Creek, Visalia, Packwood, Tule Hiver, Fountain Spring, 
Mountain Home, Poso Creek, Gordon's Ferry, Kern River Slough. 
Sink ol Tejon, Port Tejon, Reed's, French John's, Widow 
Smith s. King's, San Fernando, Cahuenga, Los Angeles, El 
Monte, Chino Ranch, Temescal, Laguna Grande, Temecula, 
Aguanga, Oak Grove, Warner ':•, Ranch, San Felipe, Vallecito 
Palm Spring, Carrizo Creek, Indian Wells, Alamo Mocho, Cook's 
Wells, Pilot Knob and Port Yuma. 

The first stages departed simultaneously from 
San Francisco and from Tipton, Missouri, on September 16, 18^8, 
and the west bound stage reached Port Yuma, California, on ' 
October b, 18^8, going on to Los Angeles and to San Francisco 
wnere it arrived on October 10 of that year. 

It is well recognized that establishment of the 
Overland Mail Service was a contribution of incalculable merit 
m linking the East and the West and the melding of our states 
into one great Union stretching from the Atlantic to the 
Pacific. The trace and weathered ruts of the trail as it 
traverses California, although eroded by the elements and now 
dim and obscure, remain ever sharp and distinct on the oaKes 
of California history. 

Gazing back at this vista of our yesterday and its 
then portents of our present, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
ol California, do hereby proclaim that it is in the interests j 
01 all California citizens that we recognize and pay tribute 
to the Overland Mail Service and the Butterfield Trail, and 
the Centennial of the days when the first Westbound Overland , 
Mall Company stage was traversing California, October b to ' 
October 10, 18^)8, and that this corresponding period in I958, 
100 years later, be designated as OVERLAND MAIL DAYS. 

IN WITNESS WEiEREOF, I liave hereunto set my 'hand and | 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th day of June, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and Fi&ty-eight. 

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State of ealiforiua 



PROCLAMATION 



It is a pleasure to endorse wholeheartedly 
the ceriod of September 1-7 as Union Label Week, and 
to u?ge my SlloS Californians to join with members 
o? thf American Federation of Labor and Congress of 
Industrial Organizations in its observance. 

The union label symbolizes the making of 
an intrinsically worth while product by employees 
who work under the moot advantageous and sale 
circumstances. It also reflects the long and per- 
sistent Struggle in which labor organizations have 
engaged in order to obtain such conditions and such 
products. It is a warranty that progress has been 
SaSe and will continue to be made in the ranks of 
labor and in the products which management and labor 
turn out for the public. 

I know that union leaders are dedicated 
to the betterment of trade unionism and that one 
of the symbols of this is the union label. With 
this in mind, I, Goodwin J knight Governor of 
ralifornia. do hereby proclaim September 1- ( as 
Sioi [^bIL W^EK, and I hope that residents through- 
out our State will Join wholeheartedly in making 
the week an unqualified success. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 9th day of June, A.D,, 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




FfUED 



i^xecutiDc Bcpartincnt 

;^tatc of California 



:^Pl!:CIAL hlLECTION FHOCLAMATION 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a npecla] election shall be 
held on Tuesday, the fourth day of November, I958, within the 
nineteenth Senatorial District of tiie State, consisting of the 
County of Sacramento, to fill the vacancy in the office of 
State Senator from said District resulting from the death of j 

Senator Earl U. Desmond. 

i 

As required by Section 1002 of the Elections Code, 
I hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions 
of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid 'l 
until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this oth day of June, 19^8. 




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£xccutit)c ©cpartmcnt 

3tatc of Calirornia 



aPKCIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Govor-nor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special (Election shall bo held 
on Tuesday, the fourth day of November, I'^t^^^, within the 
Fifty-second Assembly District of the State, consisting of a 
portion of the County oV Los Anf-vlea, to fill tht- vacancy In 
the office of State Assemblyman from said District resulting 
from the resignation of Assemblyman Frank G. Bonelli. 

As required by Section 1002 of the Elections Code, I 
hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the 
provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount liereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEKEOP, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 6th day of June, 1958. 




Go/ernor Cf 



ATTEST: 







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In pui'auancc' of national tradition, Americans observe 
aaya whicli conatitute mlleatones in our history. Ever since the 
birth or our Nation Ln I'/Vm, national holidays" have been set 
aside to commemorate the iilglillghts in our quest Tor Treedom and 
(its perpetua1,iun. 



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Thli; yea 
birth of the Red, 
.years ago, sliortly 
I Independence . the 
1 yountj America tills 
•since then our Fla, 
vover. Today, its 
represent t lie neve 
; world, despite the 
I live In permanent 
I unity. 



HI June I'l, Flag Day, we again oiserve 
White and Blue. One hundred and eighty-one 

after the algnlriK oT the Declaration of 
Continental Coni^rer.s gave to the people of 
ymbol of tne freedom they were to win, 
been iionox-ed and I'espected the world 



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and 



K nuo ueen nonox-ed and i'espected the world 
Ij stripes depleting the 13 original states, 
r-eridlng desire of all free men that the 

clouds now dimming the horizon, will one day 
peace. The 'i8 stars symbolize our national 



In this year's Play Day observance In California, we 
are nappy to honor the name of Francis Bellamy, officiallv 
recognized by our .State Legislature as the author of the Pledge 
of Allegiance. Entwined with tJie Flag Day observance is our 
rededication to tld.; Immortal and inspiring document. 

, The Flag dramatically repx-esents our unity, our 

nn7u.i^^>^' °^^,^[?"^y'^l''^ ^»d purposes as a people. In honor- 
iing tne btars and btrlpes we expres:; gratitude for the freedom 
which IS ours under its protection and we renew Datriotic 
dedication to the cause of freedom tliroughout the world. 

L,^-, ^'^?^-^'^'^' ^" accord with tlie finest in American tra- 

ifi"^"'^' fr .■^" pledging anew our fealty "to the Flag of the 
United States and to the Republic for which It stands " the 
brigntest, best hope of mankind on earth, I, Goodwin J Kniirht 
I^TlTuIv ?^^^^•^™f^' ^" ^— by proclaim SaturdaJ? June l^^f ' 

di4.i^2v ml r? ""'■ ^^''■''- ,? "^'^^ ""^ ''^"°" Callfornlans to 
,dioplay Old Glor-y prominently and proudly on every public 

(building and wherever tradition and courtesy will pe.,„i-. and 

'and 2h?ch'''w??h"r'^.'^T 1'"^^*=' ^^'^"'^ American freeSom has made 
and which, with God's help, can continue to make upon the world. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereuntd 
set my hand and caused the i 
Great Seal of the State of f 
California to be affixed this ii 
l^lth day of May, A.D., One ! 
Thousand Nine Hundred and I 
Fifty-elglit. 




■ATTEST: 



Governor 



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Secretary of/s/ate 



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i'xccutiDc Department 

^tatc of (Ijliforiiij 



P j< C L A M A T I N 



June 21 anci 
aviation, and Tor two 
annivuraary uf civil 
Istence of the Civil 



June ^c arc two important days in civil 
Ulstinctlve reasons. One is the 20th 
aviation markln^^ a like period of ex- 

fcderal «r-on"^":, Aeronautic J Adn)ln.rstration, primarily a 

the foJi, n^ ?^ '"'' ^''''^^"^ ^^ 23,bOO employees. The other Is 
a State" acenc;:""^'' ^' ''"^' ^^^'^^-^ Aeronautic. Commis' 



;ion. 



■^\\vv !„ lotq ^f,'^^^^"'-^" Aeronautic:; CominisGlon became oper- 
liture in 'r '::' '"''"\ ^^^^^^'^^^C Ita creation by the LeglL 

interest 1 -wtn^- P™"otxng and fosterin,: California's 

pCir-t!ier-iJrcorn?[S-;.i----^?-ir^ 

and coordi^^tJ^n SSi^^hf f^S^^jf :;^L^J ^^J?Ji?? ^^J-^f^r 
Ae?o,^lut?J''A'^,M in California ,c di'viSL; bet'w'C^n'thf Civ'i[°" 
mis^lCn Ti AA "^''■^*''V'' ^^'^ ^^'^ California Aeronautics Com- 
servid bv I ' f 'f :^ntaln:j .afety inspection of all airporto 

?hr^;^c'Lin a :;^ i:'?;^,Cire'":^;;fetr' ?r"- ^'^ ^" Cali?°?iia. 
majuinr: ^Hj alrporl'. ^ ^ maintenance of the 



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reoopr.lzt.d'''thc''m'.'''- n.'i!'" ''';:, V'".' ""'■"l" «.^r-o„autlo= Commission 

airp^?jra„nur;uSjnc"i; i= " ;„jf ?Si\rir£^Lir" 

In consideration of tliia, 1, Goodwin J Kniirht- 

iniali^bS^n^^T:K?J-mi Jnra.e^cS^ achievement by these 
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
T,'' ^Vm^^'^ ^''^" ^2th day of June, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-eiKht 

FILED 

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3PxccutiUc department 

:5tJtf of California 

PROCLAMAT ION 

DECLARING TIIE TEIWDJATION 

of a 

STATE OF DISASTER 

WHEREAS, on the 3lst day of January, 1958, a 
State of Disaster was proclaimed to exist within the 
limits of the City of Imperial Beach in the County of 
San Diego, State of California, as a result of existing 
and threatened high tides of the Pacific Ocean creating 
imminent danger to the lives, health and well-being of 
persons, the safety of public and private property, and 
the maintenance of essential services within said City; 
and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and neces- 
sitating the proclamation of r.uch State of Disaster are 
now deemed not to be beyond the control of the normal 
protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities 
of the said City of Imperial Beach; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the powers and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of 
this State, do hereby proclaim the termination of said 
State of Disaster within the limits of the City of 
Imperial Beach; and 



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£xccutioc Bcpartmcnt 

State of dalifornia 



I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take 
effect immediately and shall, as noon hereafter as 
possible, be filed in the Office of the Secretary of 
State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS VfflEREOF, I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Califor- 

nia to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this _^l_ day 

of July, 1958. 



ATTEST : 




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Secretary /df/State 






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aixccutiDc Department 

5»tatc of ejlifariiu 




.o^ ,, Th^^^'J«:hout our history farmiiiR has 

nl, "^^1^ hazardous occupation. Mechanization heTs 

orou^ht to agriculture more .iTiciency, better pro-' ' % 

and their amilie^i. it has also increased the danger 

irant-?^ ^^^K^'^f.'''^'^^^'^"^^ ^"'^ *^h^ "«^'d f"^ sai-e wording 
practices by those employed on Tamis and ranches. 

Club.- w^J^"" Calirornla State Grange, Red Cross, 4-H 
rounoii ^ farmers of America, and the National Safety 

iakS ti'redu!?^''f^"^ ''"*' ^governmental acencies, under- 
take to 1 educe the danj/er of farm mishaps throurh 
extensive programs of education and action In the 

r.-afetv'ru?f'°'' ""^'"« P"°P^^ ^^^^ aid"observance 
ainn^[ 1^, ^ ''V ^^ '^^ oubstantiaily reduce the 

Sairfirira'^t1te1?f^,!C? ^"^ ^^^^^"« ^"^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

rivnw»^4^^ i'""^ ^''^" ''''^'^ ^^^^ '"^^^^ measure of 
civilization is our concern for human life " We 

burratherXtt'u^^^^ accidents do not Just "happen," 
out rather that they are caused, and with proper care 
ana precaution they can be avoided. With proper 
use or?a^ mf nf ''"'^ '''''''''' '^^"^er arisinrirom 
Sni LJ?™nrr:;JStSn Ir t^f rilS^of^^^^sS^^ 
^f a^^rKi^KreUmln^Jfdf^- '-'^ ^^-^^^^^^ 

natur-.i ,. """'^"^ty repre^ients California's Rreateat 
n ^h "-'"V"''^"'-' a"d to encourage its conservation 
in the rural areas of our State, I, Goodwin J Knight 

,oIr'''"7 ." i^'"""™-^^' proclaim the week of July 26 ' 
1958, as FARM SAFETY WEEK in our State. I urpe that' 
all concerned exercise care and dillK-er ce not onVv 
durlnc this period, but in the wee^s to comS? to iLp 

assure the'rntf "J" °'\""^ "'"™^ ^^'^ ranches'and ?o^ 
assure the lullest protection of persons on farm property. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this Ibth day of July, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 






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State of £jlifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



Throughout our hl^;tury farming has been 
a naturally hazardous uccupation. Mechanization 
has brouj^ht to agriculture more efficiency, better 
productio;-. and improved working conditions for 
farmers and their families. It has also increased 
the danger from potential accidents and the need 
for jjal'e wuritlng practices by those employed uti 
farms and ranches. Through the years, commendable 
programs have been undertaken to reduce the danger 
cf farn. mishaps thi^ougii extensive programs of 
education and action. 

It has been said that "The measure of 
civilization is our concern for human life." We 
should recognize that accidents do not just 
"happen," but rathei' that they are caused, and 
witii proper care and precaution, can be avoided. 
With adequate maintenance and safety devices, 
danger arising from use of farm machinery can be 
minimized. With proper diligence and recognition 
of the rules of personal safety, accidents arising 
from human carelessness can be appreciably reduced. 

Humanity represents California's greatest 
natural resour'ce, and to encourage its conservation 
in the rural areas of our State, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor of California, proclaim the week of July 20- 
iro, 19t>b, as FARIvl SAFETY V/EEK in our State. I urge 
that all concerned exercise care and diligence, not 
only uurlng that period, but In the weeks to follow, 
to help eliminate accidents on our farms and to 
assure the fullest protection of persons on farm 
prooei'ty . 

IN WITNESS WMEl^UF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this lyth day of July, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




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^xcnitivic Bcpartincnt 

^tatc of Ciliroriiij 



wi IIP* •<■'• ^ v^nnwnvv 

JUL 2^1958 .,n 
KANKM. JOBDM. JecniMi.ofMl 

P H U C L A K. A T 1 n' / J/ 



"Join Tuday Kor Their Tomorrow" is an apt 
slogan Vuv "Parent-Teacher Week" in (Jalii'urnia. 

The success ol' the educational program and 
development oi' uur State 'ij communities depends largely 
on the participation of adults in civic alTalrs, including 
our schools. In planning and accomplishing our prepa- 
r-atiuM \'ov a better tomorrow, ciorx.' cooperation among all 
peopie;; i;; iiiipei-atlve . Our (.'ntire democratic way of life 
is ba;3ed un thi;;. rundamental pJiilo;juphy and nowhere is 
this more true than in our ijcliools . 

Our children and young people are blessed in 
that they can look forward to golden opportunities never 
before experienced throug,hout the world, but in this the 
respunslbilities ol our elders to ttieir education is vital. 
Members of Parent-Teacher Associations throughout Cali- 
fornia have made outstanding contributions in promoting a 
better and fuller unueratanding of the problems Involved 
in training and educating our citizens of the future. In 
many of our State's growing communities these groups have 
been instrumental in solving the many difficulties arising 
from immigration of new families, in combating delinquency 
and in focusing attention on the need for a close 
I'elatlonship between parents, teachers and children. 

The roots of the Parent-Teacher Aosociations-- 
because they are broadly representative in the scope of 
their membership3--are potentially most influential in 
community development. These i-oots are deep when the 
units are active. It must be remembered, however, that 
the effectiveness of such an organization is heavily 
contingent upon exton;'.iv<- and wholehearted public support. 



of Cal 

Teache 

citi^e 

aimed 

citize 



With this in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
ifornia, proclaim the week of October b as Parent- 
r Week tliroughout California. I urge my fellow 
ns to join in the programs and projects that are 
at developing uur young people into good American 




IN WITNESS WlffillEOF, I have hereunto ' 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this ist day of 
August, A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fif ty-uiglit . 



ATTEST: 



Governor (/ 
Secretary ui* State 




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^xccutiue department 

^tatc of California 



P n C L A M A T I N 



There is no valid reason why everv membpr' r,r 
our Arn.cd Force, especially those frL Sanfo^nJa^ 
li eiit^xble, shoulu not vote In this election year! 

the ^^tato.^^^''-tHT''^'"^"^°^ Defense, cooperating with 
mini-'^fn!; ' ^'"^,i" ^t^cordance with state laws, ad- 
ministers a world-wide absentee voting prorram for 
persons in Federal Service. I take this opp rtunltv 
to remind parents and wives to write to t eir on. 
and husbands overseas explaining\o thenV'the local 
and otate issues, llstlnt^ the candidates and providing 

Pare? T*?^°",^^ *^" ^"^ ^"^ "hen they may vSte! ^ 
Paici.to oL service laiiiilles ovez^seas also can urovlde 

tM.'M-r 'f''^''^^'- ''^'™"eh uniformity and di igenco in 
this eliort, we can promote wider participation iSthP 
lepSber^?!!™''^- He,istration muL be'^S^by '""^ 



providing 
Forces and 
have the o 
Governor o 
September 
that relat 
acquai;-,t S 
Government 
procedures 



Anxious to promote public interest in 
every facility so that members of our Armed 

others serving our country overseas mav 
pportunity to vote, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
'f oalifornia, proclaim the period of 
lj-^2 as hm-^U FORCES VOTERS WEEK, and urse 
xves and friends make every effort to 
ti^yice people, and others employed by our 
who serve abroad, with the methods and 
by which they can and should vote, 

IN WITMES3 WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 28th day of July, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 





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35KcutiUc department 

3tatc or California 



PROCLAMATION 



Every timt- we vote we discover America anew, this 
America in which every citizen Lshould feel himself a partner, 
and which, beribboned with historical glory and adorned with 
the crown of freedom, must be perpetuated by us if our Nation, 
as we know it, is to persist. 

If this Republic of the People, the greatest adventure 
in popular democracy, is to continue the ascendancy which world 
leadership demands--if we are to be assured of clean, honest 
government at home through our cities, counties and state3--it 
is the duty of every man and woman who meet the necessary quali- 
fications to vote when the opportunity presents itself. This 
year, 19^jB, the opportunity is presented in the November 4 
elections . 

Storm cluuds from atheistic. Communist lands are about 
us, brlngint^ crucial times so dangerous that the people of our 
State should self-impose the exercise of all the essential 
safeguards of our freedoms, in which the right and the privilege 
to vote stands forth predominant. 

There should be no drawing back in the exercise of 
this basic prerogative to freedom. We should flock to the polls 
and cast our ballots in the serious thought that thousands of 
Americans have sacrificed their lives for freedom's inception 
and continuance, and that without it we would soon revert to a 
totalitarian bondage. If they could give their lives, surely we 
can walk safely to the polls to mark our ballots. 

The ballot box is our greatest symbol of freedom — the 
rectifier of past mistakes and the hope of the future. It is 
the well-spring of social progress and the promise uf better 
tomorrows. 

With these thoughts in mind and with September 11 as 
deadline for registration, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
L'ornla, do hereby proclaim the week of August 18-22, 1958 
U.IFORNIA iiEGISTJiATION WEEK, and I urge all Californlans 
lo not now qualify to vote on November 4 to register during 
period. This is the exercise of the eternal vigilance 
itial to safeguard our lives and our freedom. 

IN WITNESS WIlEREuF, I have hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Groat Seal uf the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th day of July, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-eight. 

Governor 





'-/• 



ATTEST: 



.y 



o 



Secretary^-tif /state 




€. 



^xecurioc ©rpartmcnt 

^tatc of (Talifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



It is a pleasure to endorse wholeheartedly 
the perioa of September 1-7 as Union Label Week, and 
to urge my I'ellow Calirornians to Join with members 
or the American Federation of Labor and Congress of 
Industrial Organizations in its observance. 



The unl 
an intrinsically 
who work under th 
Circumstances. I 
sistent struggle 
engaged in order 
products. It is 
made and will con 
labor and in the 
turn out for the 



on label symbolizes the making of 
worth while product by employees 
e most advantageous and safe 
t also reflects the long and per- 
In which labor organizations have 
to obtain such conditions and such 
a warranty that progress has been 
tlnue to be made in the ranks of 
products which management and labor 
public. 



to the bett 
of the symb 
this in mln 
California, 
UNION LABEL 
out our Sta 
the week an 



know that union leaders are dedicated 
emient of trade unionism, and that one 
ols of this is the union label. With 
d, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 

do hereby proclaim :u?ptember 1-7 as 

WEEK, and I hope that residents through- 
te will Join wholeheartedly in making 

unqualified success. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 9th day of June, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and .Fifty-eight. 





ATTEST: 



Governor 







Secretary of State 



FTCED 

M'i, > ''"'^'^ 
HIAHK li lOTOM, Secrc»a|y« V3'« 



rf.KNI* Stttl I 



«^T^ 



35xtcutioe Bcpartmcnt 

State of California 



PROCLAMATION 



The United States Congress approved a resolution on 
February 29, I'J'y^, ucijlcnatiiitj; ijoptcmber 1? of each year as 
"Citizenship Day/' in commemoration ol' the sij^ning of the 
Constitution en September 17, 1/^7, and in recognition of ail 
citii:ens who have become of votintj; age or have been naturalizea 
during; the year. 

The Congress also enacted a second and collateral 
resolution on Aur^ust 2, 19'>, designating the week beginning 
September 17 of each year as "Constitution Week, as a time 
for contemplation and observance of the historic acts x-esuitlng 
from the formation uf our Constitution. 



Inasmuch 
legal foundation of 
is indispensable to 
based on individual 
Constitution will e 
as long as it is wh 
Inspired citizenry 
principles. At no 
true than toaay who 
counti^y physically 
gates to us as itidi 
hearts . 



as our- Constitution has become 

our d .Miioci'atic way of life, i 

manKlrjd's continued progress 

freedom. V/e Americans bellcv 

ndurc as a living, effective i 

oily supported by an informed, 

armed with determination to de 

time in our Nation's hlstox-y i 

n innumerable dangers confront 

but everything wliich the Const 

viduals with the love of freed 



the broad, 
ts preservation 
toward a peace 
e that the 
nst rumen t only 

aroused and 
fend its 
3 this more 

not only our 
itution dele- 
om in our 



As a tribute to all those in our history who have 
fought ci..ura{',eously to uphold the tenets ul' the Constitution, 
and in I'esponse to a request of the National Conference on 
Ci'tii-enshlp, I, Goodwin J. Knig.ht, Guve'rnor of California, 
proclaim September L7, l')'n', as CITIZENSHIP DAY, and the week 
beginning September 17, as CONSTITUTION 17EEK. In so doing, I 
urge my fellow citizens to become thoroughly acquainted with 
the blessings of freedom which we enjoy under the Constitution. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this i:.th day of August, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundreu and 
Fifty- eight 




. Governor (jf 

L_ ATTEST: 



vi 



Secretary of Stat/e 







ipriviA KTJUi miviiKC ntPirR 



^^/ . 

t»at« 




3?xcniritic department 

;!cttJtc of dallfomia 



PliOCLAMATlON 



One oj" the important ta^ikD which California faces 
uaiiy i^ tnat of i-educing the highway traffic toll, es- 
pecially ac it relateiJ to our ciiilclr-en. It is a tragic 
paradox that Amex'icann allow traffic accidents to kill more 
children from one to fourteen yeai-s old than any of the five 
most areaaed cnildhood disea:;es. 



off! 

•jtil 

Gove 

aler 

one, 

meet 

Safe 

and 

the 



clals 
izes 
rnmen 
ting 
too 
thei 
ty Le 
puM 
Wheel 



As Governo 
to develop 
all the reu 
t involved 
tlie puulic 
formidable 
r goal of s 
ague enllnt 
c officials 



r, I liave directed the State's traffic 

and conduct an all-out program whicn 
ources of every department in State 
in this v.i tal mission. The job of 
to ti>affic safety is, liowever, a big 
for any single agency. In order to 
afe streets for children, the American 
close liaison among parents, school 
and most important, ''The Man Behind 



Cooperating with this worthwhile and paramount 
effort, I, Goouwin J. Knight, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim September ii-y, l^'jB, as CHILD SaKETY WEEK in 
California. During the critical opening-of-scnool season, 
I urge my fellow Califoi^nia motorists to practice extreme 
caution. Drivers must adiiere strictly to the rules of the 
road and conduct themselves with courtesy to others. I 

also that the children themselves be made constantly 



urge 

aware of the dangers inherent in motor trail ic on our 

IN 



jtreets, 



WITNESS WHEREOF, I nave 
hereunto set my nand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 21st 
day of August, A. D. , 
One Tiiousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-Eight. 




V-C^cgA^ 



Governor of California 



SecretaiV^/f State 

FfUED 



H\U, f. 



Uib3 



T »i r rPixTiMt cti rin 



HiAHK M. JORDAN, Setretafy of Slate 







s.t-yr~,TrK?ai^ 



i!xccutit)c department 

^tatc of Caliromu 



P H C L M M A T 



Fire prevention 1 
Calirornla know Intimately 
because ol" the constant ei'i' 
Torest fires. Besides the 
millions of dollar's, our St 
pairment of precious and al 
limbers essential eleitient 
priceless scenic and reci'ea 
I'fcUulLS of erosion. 



3 something which 
and are vastly co 
ort necessar-y to 
property damage, 
ate has suffered 
most irreplaceabl 
of water and soil 
tlonal assets and 



FlUED 

aU'.:VM>)58 
JOPOfcH, Secrotanf of Stale 



the people of 
ncei'ned about 
quell or prevent 
measurable in 
the loss or im- 
e stands of 
conservation, 
tlie subsequent 





We have suffered also in 
of life in other than forest fires, 
fore, that tne number of deaths by 
decreased in I'J'^'f as compared with 
ever, is no cause for complacency f 
on the record. Thirty-two ciilldr^en 
nomes, died last year because of fl 
lives and tnose of others who died 
spared through proper precautions, 
population, more congestion, mor'e h 
larger buildings, we must exercise 
tne ravages of fire. 



property uamage and loss 

It is gratifying, there- 
fire In California 
other years. This, how- 
or tliere is one dark blot 

left unattended in tlielr 
re. In many cases, these 
in fires, could have been 

Today, with increased 
azardous materials and 
even more care against 



By tradition, the United States and Canada observe 
the calendar week of the year which includes October 9 as a 
special period commemorative of the terrible fire wnich 
destroyed the City of Chicago eighty-seven years ago. For 
thirty-six years, tnis special week has been officially 
dedicated to emphasize the grave responsibility of every 
cii-izen to help reduce tiie annual Increase in the loss of 
life, property and resources from fire. 

In view of these circumstances, I, Goodwin J. 
Knight, Governor of Califoi'nia, nereby proclaim tiie week of 
October :;-ll, 19bB, as FIRE PREVENTION WEEK in California, 
and urge all of my fellow citizens to take every possible 
precauuion, not only uuring tne week but throughout the year, 
to pr'event fire, thus guarding more vigorously our natural 
resources, our property and our lives. 

IN WITNESS WiiEHEOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd 
day of August, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 




Governor* 
/l'l"l'KST : 



w/ 



Secretary o^^a 



ate 




I (Aripr<iiNi« umi raiNTiNc orpitB 



3Jxenint)c Bcpartmcnt 

^tm of California 



P K C L /i M A T 1 









Eacn yeax', through act oi' Congress, ohe 
i'irst week of October is designated as NATIONAL EMPLOY 
TlIE PilYJlC/iLLY H/\ND1CAPPEU WEEK, having i'or Its pur- 
pose the increase of employment opportunities I'or 
disabled pei-sons. 

Since uecorning Governor ol* California it has 
oeen my pleasure to support tiie Advisory Committee for 
Employment of the Handicapped, which I appointed, in 
their efforts to create a more universal acceptance 
of the fact that ability counts, not disability. As 
a result, flfty-tliree California coimiiunltles iiave 
organised Employ tiie Handicapped Committees to pro- 
mote a better understanding of the contributions 
Wiiich handicapped persons can make to our State's 
ever-gx'owlng economy. 

I am informed by bhe Director of Employ- 
ment and the Director of the Vocational Hehabllitation 
Service that tlirougli the promotional efforts of the 
State and Community Coimnittees, more handicapped 
workers arc now able to compete for Jobs on an equal 
basis witii otiier workers. 

In accordance wltii tiie national urogram, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor k^): California, here- 
by proclaim October -11, I'j'jb, as NATIONAL EMPLOY 
THE PHYSICALLY HaNDICAPPED WEEK in California, and 
urge that all employers give maximum attention to 
tne aciiievements and capabilities of iiandicapped 
citizens, not otily during tills week but tnroughout 
the year. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
liereunto set m;, hand and 
caused ttic Great Seal of 
tlie State of California 
to be affixed this 2etli 
day of August, A.D., One 
Tliousand Nine Hundred and 
FLfty-Elght. 





Governor 



yt^^ut^j*.^^ 



ATTEST: 



MINTING o^'rid 




^KcutiDc Bcpartment 

6tatc of California 







•^^tionally, more inan 2,100 communl- 
tieo With millions or volunteers will conduct 
United Goiiununity Gampaignn thiu Tail. Calii'ornja, 
with tJiou:jandc of public spirited citizens parti-' 
cipatinc, will iiave itt; siiare oi' these campaigns. 

Tnese United Coiiununity Campaigns, be 
they called United Crusades, United Funds or 
Community Chests, raised more than $412,000,000 
last year i'ox- the xMnancial support uf more than 
2i,^00 national, state and l(jcal voluntary nealr.h 
an J Welfare af;;ericies. 

California citizens will be called 
upon Tor tneir conti'ibutions in support of 
voluntary nealth and welfare acencies engaged 
In federated funds appeals in the State. These 
agencies will serve more tiian 1m,000,000 citi- 
zens without regard to race, creed, national 
origin or economic status. In their voluntary 
social, welfare atui j)ealtii services. 

Considering this necessity if help- 
less and distressed persons are to receive 
proper assistance, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
Governor oj' California, proclaim the months 
of September, October and November, iyi^8, as 
UNITED COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS TIMli in our State, 
and 1 appeal to all citizens to devote their 
time, encrs^y and money to assure the success 
of these campaigns. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
liereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this 27th day 
of August, A.D. , One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and i-'ifty-Elglit. 



Governor 




AITEST 



tar:\jXst 




V^ 



Secret 



State 



Fo»Ni* tiAir I.IMTI-*., otrtfn 




^xccutioc Bcpartmcnt 

<Statc of Califomia 



p fi c L ,1 M A T I !y-rF 



FILED 

'.1 i':^ i<J53 

FRANK M. JOmili faretiry of Vlatt 



AMhivM (•••taiy ^ Sigia 



■Th 



iu. 1 ,1 ^'■"''' ^'f Inception or Wt,ite Cane Day In 
i^a, tlio Lion.s Ciuba In Galirornla liave turned 
oyer more man V'OO ,000 to aid t.ne bllnu. and for 
sigliL con:jei-vat:cn programs. 

Tao^ i-i^ni: Cluba everywhere, more than j,00 
last year, have uaed White Cane Day a^ a source 
ol ralGinc i unds Tor tliJ y der.lrable purpose. The 

a'^"l'rinf"^"''"r "^■^^' '-y ^^""^ Clubs meSoer^ ana 
oanpo ?, "' miniature red-tipped, white plastic 
Th^^^. " -''"^'fs, on tlie streets or by mail. 

Jear^ the"^ ""''"'p. 'f '• "^ ''''' ^^"^'^' ^^'^^' ^^^ "^ich 
"^tu. r, n""" ?^"o i"--^^"-^^ ^n^ the message 
Whate Cane Day ia Si^^ht Conservation Day . " 

tn..^ 11 '^''^^^ '^'^"'' °''^' ^"^ ^ symbol or nope for 
tnose living in a world without light, and should 
inspire us to do everything possible In acquaint- 
ing ti2e public with signt conservation and 
prevention or blinuness programs. In rull accord 

^Scletf P°^,V"^"",^^'?'" <;"e Wlute Cane plays in our 
r°^^f^^'.^' (^oodwin J. Knight, Governor or 
Odlilurnia, proclaim aeptumber 2o-2y 1^. o a- 
WHITE CANE DAY3 In our State, and f urge^m; ?el. 
low citizens to support tlie Lions Clubs in this 
worthy endeavor by obtaining tnrough tneir con! 
^.riLuoions a miniature wiilte cane, thereby 
ennanclng tne work being done in 
vation. 



sight conser- 



IN *VITNESa .(/HEREOP, I fiave 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused tiie Great 
3eal or tne State or 
Galirornla to be ar- 
rixed this 2nd day or 
September, A.D., One 
Tliousand Nine Hundred 
and Firty-Elght, 



Governor 





U^^-^^^c 




SrcpptaT^ji^r Stat:*=' 



t'ltltd im C*itf.,«NM 



n= 



FfUED 






^j[ecutiDc department 

Statt of California 



1-68 
FRANK. M, JORDAN. Secretary of yak 




SHEEP SCAi3IE3 REGULATION 

I, Goodwin J. Knlijht, purauaat to the power von ted In me 

as Governor of tlie StnLo of California, aiul pursuant to 

jSection 211 of the Aorlcultural Codo of the State of California* 

ido hereby approve and proclaim the Sheep Scabies Regulation, 

Which is attached hpreto and made a part hereof as though set 

forth in full, 

i 

! The rejiiulation herein approved and proclaimed is an 

emergency regulation adopted pursuant to Section 11H21 (b) of 

i 

th© Governmont Code cf the State of California, and under 

;$ection ni|22 (c) of llio Government Code of the State of 

California, shall become effective immediately upon filing 

with the Secretary of State, 



IN iVITNliSS vniBREOF, I have 
hnrounto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of C.-illfomia 
to ho affixed this ' >' -^^ 




day of Afattata-i- one 
tlioiisand nine hundred and 
firty-elght. 



mi a 



Socretar^/^y State 



=f^ 



ptInlfJ in L»i iroKN 



lAie PKINTINO orpicB 



^Pxtcutitic ©cpartment 

^tatt of California 



PRC)CL/\MAII°^ 



C.ai-acter- bulldln^i Ui a prime requisite 

for youth-s upbuildinr, ^^^^r'^Ti'i one sich 
and the American Youth Enrollment is o^^^ s*^^^ ' 
and a leading agency. In guiding our youth Into 
the proper cnannels or maturity and decent living, 



ler is being observed 
of September 17 
for National En- 
Each Friday night 
ght," with parties, 
ions in homes, 
reinstate these 
can institutions 
reme importance in 
heir I'elation to 



The month of Septemb 
as Youth Month, and the period 
througti September jO as a time 
rollment oi" California youth, 
in September will be "Party Nl 
dinners and other social funct 
schools and churches, to help 
most important and vital Ameri 
to their rightful placu of :;up 
American lll'e, especially In t 
our- young people. 

In behalf of this effort, I, Gooawin J. 
Knlvht, Governor of California, proclaim the 
'Snfi; of September to be YOUTH MONTH t^'-ughou 
California, and 1 urge every citizen to partici- 
pate in events being planned to help improve and 
perpetuate our American Ideals, our institutions 
SnS our way of lire, especially as they concern 
American youth. 







IN rt'ITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this L^nd day 
of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Flfty- 
Eigiit. 



Governor 




Secretary of State 



NtlNt. tilPirl 



iExccutitic Bcpartmcnt 

State of California 



KOCLAKATION 



At intervals in the history of our Republic, 
nothers have stood aside and watched their sons go 
I'orth to acfend the lii'o and honor of our beloved 
R^puSllc. Thousands of these mothers have experi- 
enced the loss of their sons in battle on land, -.oa, 
and in the air so that the freedom which we hold so 
dear may persist and be perpetuated. 

This loss of their offspring who gave the 
last full measure of devotion so that the land whxch 
their mothers and fathers made for them "'^^ht con- 
tinue free and strong, is one which our Nation can 
never repay! But we can demonstrate our gratitude 
by 3aluting these mothers who wear with pride the 
Star of Gold which symboli-^es their sacriiices. 

Thf :u- women have reinforced and strengthened 
the moral fiU-e of our people by developing a greater 
realization of the responsibilities which we today 
bear in a troubled world. They help to protect and 
caJry on traditional values to which we accord de- 
votion in our way uf life. 

In saluting the valor of these brave, 

devoted women, I, Goodwir, ^ • '^"^6^^' '^"^^fj^^^ "' 
California, deem it fitting to procxaxm Sunday, 
SeoteSber 28, l^^SB, as GOLD STAH huTHEl^ DAY m 
r^^^rnrnla and ur -e my fellow Californians to 
SpriclSie'anf appropriately -cognize the -crifices 
which these women have made and to join in the prayers 
that those whom tl>ey j'.ave to our country have not 
died in vain. 



FILED 

In iM ofli'<* '.*' *^« V(f wtdfy of State 
o(it«* ft*at«»f Cadfotno 

• - i • I'ibH 
FPillK M.,JpRDAH Secretary :i State 



IN WITNESS WHElffiOF, 1 have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12th 
day of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 



and Fifty-eight. 




/ 



. y<^^ix^i^<//- 



4- 



Governor 



ATTEST: 



pfJnltJ I 




Secretary o 



^ 



^imtWit Bcpartmcnt 

^tatt of California 



PROCLAHATI 



The vital role of women in business, 
industry, and i^ovcrnmcnt ol' our State and Nation 
has become incrc-acincly important. Throuj^h such 
ortjanizations as the National Federation of business 
and Professional Women's Clubs, women are enthusi- 
asticallv active in the commercial, cultural and 
civic advancement of our State generally as well as 
in their home communities. 

The annual week sponsored throughout the 
Unitfcu States by the National i-'edoration of Business 
and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., is set aside 
U pay tribute to women in business and the pro- 
fessions, and the contributions which they make to 
the Nation. The theme of the 1^5^ National Business 
Women's Week, "l-iore Power With Womanpower, is 
singularly apprupos. 

In view of the record of achievements by 
and appreciation for the efforts of the members of 
the Uatlcnal Federation uf Business and Professional 
Women's Clubs, Inc., I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of Califoi^nia, proclaim October [j throu^ih 
October 11, iy!?B, as BUSINESS WOI«iEN'S WEEK in 
California, and urt:e the people of California extend 
appropriate recoF/iitlon to the many worthwhile 
accomplishments vjhich business and professional 
women iiavc achieved In all parts of our State. 

Hi WITNESS WHEl-tEOK, 1 have hereunto i 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California ! 
to be affixed this I'^th day of 
September, A.D., one Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



ATTEST: 





Gove'i-nor 



/"^^"-^-y*^/^ 



Secretai»y ot^tate 



*ir miKtiM. fii»up 







FILED 

III #!• •*!'• «( ih* Sint0larf of 9 
of tK« ftf«f« «l Calll«rniq 



FRAtlX. 



^xccutiDt Bcpartnicnt 

3tJtc of Califomij 



P H C C L A 




'Vwui' Nevispapcr Guards your Preedoni," the 
i-h'-n,'j I'or the I'J'ji'i National Mav/apaper Week, la something 
which all AtnerlcanG, especially we Californians, should 
concidcr most aoberly. More than over before, the 
preservation of c;ur freedoms and those of the nations 
of denioci^atlc fonn or Intent, are In jeopardy, shadov;ed 
by an alien and atheistic philosophy of government that 
is the antithesis of freedom, especially of the 
individual . 



•^-Vf <7 

.■.nt.A^aim^ of Slotf 

/:F I; 



in this breac 
v.-eapons vvhich vjc have a 
newspapers, for not onl 
all that it entails, bu 
information in covernme 
and be [guided according 
by the people, and for 
"Madison Avenue," catch 
embedded in the minds o 
petuation has as one of 
government and those in 



h one of the most formidable 
re the dally and weekly 
y do they combat Communism and 
t they also stand for freedom of 
nt so that the people may know 
ly. "Government of the people, 
the people," is net simply a 

phrase but a i'undamental deeply 
f most Americans, anci its per- 
its imperatives, the fact that 
charge shall let the people know. 



'iere the American press has a tremendous 
responsibility. As said in "The Journalist's Creed," 

a public Journal is a public trust I believe that 

clear thinkin;^;, and clear statement, accuracy and fair- 
ness are fundamentals to good Journalism I believe 

that a journalist should write only what he holds in his 

heart to be true 1 believe that Journalism that 

succeeds bost--and best deserves succe3s--f ears God and 
honors man; is stoutly Independent. 

In pruc laiminc; [Icwspapcr IVeek lor October 1-8, 
l!^bcl> I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, pay 
tribute to the power both present and potential of our 
press in California, and add that vigilance is still and 
alv;ays will be the price oJ.' freedom. Let every newspaper 
guard our freedom. 

IN WITNESS WHERECJF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this l8th day of September, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 



^ Hundred and Fifty-eight. 



Governor 






ATTEST: 



Secretary of ^ta/e 



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iimir 



'jiiiiJM^ 



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^xtcuritic Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of Caliromia 



PROCLAMATION 



the th 
lb per 
more, 
in the 
by not 
in the 
but by 
nation 



Caiifornla continues to glory in its golden age of 
remarkable progress and growth. One of the graphic and 
monumental evidences of this is completion and opening of the 
magnificent new 12-3tory, $15,000,000 Los Angeles Furniture 
Mart at 1933 South Broadway, the only institution of its kind 
in the United States completely owned and operated for and by 
members of the furniture Industry. This ia the world's most 
extensive showcase for furniture, floor coverings, lamps and 
decorative home faahlons and is participated in by 900 manu- 
facturers, fully one-half of whom have their factories and 
businesses in Los Angeles County. 

The Los Angeles furniture manufacturing industry is 
ird largest in the country and accounts for more than 

cent of all furniture produced in California. Further- 
the new Furniture Mart will perform a significant service 
field of international public relations and good will 
only recognizing the high creativity of other nations 
field of furniture, design, construction and manufacture, 
opening the display facilities of the new Mart to such 

3. 

Completion of the new Mart is being marked by a 
nine-day, open-to-the-public Home Furnishings Show from 
September 27 through October 5, 1958, to coincide with the 
National Furniture Fashion Festival, and this will be the only 
time during which the public will be admitted to the new Mart. 

Considering these facts and that all net proceeds of 
the opening will be turned over to the City of Hope in Duarte 
to further the work of this humanitarian organization in its 
battle against "catastrophic disease," including cancer, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim 
September 2? through October b, 19^8, as HOME FURNISHINGS WEEK 
throughout California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
24th day of September, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 



F F L E D 

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The foundation of the United States 
was laid by men .Tnd women who believed In God 
and His influence in human affairs. At no time 
In our history Is there more need for Americans 
to rely on Divine Guidance than now, and it is 
for this reaaon that I am pleased to proclaim 
November as Religion In American Life Month, 
calling upon the people of California to Join 
their prayers of thanksgiving at Thanksgiving 
time with pleas for our guidance in these 
troubled days. 

Thia year marks the 10th annual 
observance of the nonsectarlan Religion In 
American Life program, and it Is its fundamental 
objective that all Americans should have a firm 
faith in the Creator of all things. We have 
proved that it is possible for people of many 
different faiths to live together amicably and 
with understanding. 

November has been designated by the 
Religion In American Life movement as a special 
time in which we should stress the importance 
of an active spiritual life. Therefore, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
proclaim November, 1930 as RELIGION IN AMERICAN 
LIFE MONTH, and urge that all Calif ornians, 
young and old, attend services regularly in 
their churches and synagogues. Indeed, I urge 
that they do this the year around. 






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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this Ist day of October, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 




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PROCLAMATION 



I GCX)D\VIN 1. KNKiHT, Governor oi the State of California, do hereby 
proclaim that a General I'lection will he held ihrouRhout th.s State on Tuesday, 
the fourth day of November, 19U, at which the foilowmg offices arc to be filled: 

GOVIRNOR; 

LIEUTKNANT GOVERNOR; 
SHCRI-TARY OF STATE; 
CONTROLLER; 

tri:asurer; 
attorney general; 

MlMblR Ol- THi: STATE BOARD OE 1-QUALIZATION from each of the 
four equalization districts of the State; 

oni; united states senator; 

repri:si;ntatives to thi: congress of the united states 

from each of the thirty congressional districts of the State; 

STATi; Sl'NATORS from each of the f<'''"V;"«^!^'""'y '^rxw" TWFi'm 
tUo Stite- SICOND FOURTH, SIXTfl, EIGHTH, TENTH, TWELFTH, 
OUirn INTTi S XTI^ EIGHTI-IN TH, rWi:NTIETH, TWENTY- 

SI rc)NI) TWENTY I O I, TWllNTY-SIXTH, TWENTYTIGHTH, 

TFHR?! F TH THIRTY SECOND, THIRTY-FOURTH, THIRTY-SIXTH, 
THIRTY-EIGHTH, FORTIETH; 

MI:MBERS of thi: assembly from each of the eighty assembly districts of 
the State; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT for the terms 
prescribed by law; 

ONI I'RI SIDING rUSTICE. DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONi:, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONE ASSOCIATE lUSTlCF. DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE. DISTRICT, DIVISK^N TWO, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONI' ASSOCIATi: lUSriCl'., DISTRICT t:OURT Ol- APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONF PRESIDINC; JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAI SECOND 
APPITLATI DISIRICT. DIVISION TWO, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONE ASSOCIATI JUSTK l'. DISTRICT COURT OF APPIAI, SECOND 
APPELLATi; DISIRICT, DlVlSkW lAVCX for the term prescribed by law; 

O.Vr ^SSrX-IATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT Ol- APPEAI SF.COND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THRIIE, for the term prescribed by law; 



ONE ASSOCIATK lUSTlCK, DISTRICT COURT OF APl'l'AI., THIRD 
APPHLLATI' DlSTRICn; for tlie term prescribed by law; 

ONI- PRISIDING lUSTlCH, DISTRICT COURT OF APPFAL, FOURTH 
APPELLATi: DISFRICT, for tlic term prescribed by law; 

ONI' ASSOCIAIi: lUSIRj;, DISIRIC!' COURT OF AI'PIAL, IDURIH 
APPELLAIF DISTRICT, for the term prescribed by law; 

ONE lUDGl OI THl SUPERIOR COURT— OFFICE NO. 3— LOS 
ANGEEFS COUN FY 

Also, sucb otbcr State, county and judicial district, or other offices as are pro- 
vided by law to be filled at such election. 

I further procLiini that at siicli election there will also be submitted to the vote 
of the electors such proposed constitutional amendments, questions, propositions 
and initiative measures as are required to be so submitted by the Constitution and 
laws of this State. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Flundred Dollars ($100) for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions of Division XIV 
of the F^Iections Code; the rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000). 

IN \\'1TNI:SS \VI lEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix the Great Seal of 
the State of California this .fS.^_'-day of September, 195 8. 




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proportions In welding theSesirpHf ^^ fchieved monumental 
m ...men, .esardless^or --^^'u^re^^erp^o^fit^La^^^Hi^-^^^^^^^^^^^ 

SoS^£^£Sl^^ V- -- ^rt^irrst^;!^-- i 

the activities o? the inited^?,!? ^^*^^^ ^^^^^^ that dS;!n,^ 1957 

Nations on state anf local levels 1^°Th"^^ ^°^ ^^^ ""ited ^ 
its history. "^ -^^^els were the most extensive in 

niany obstacres^^o^be ove^come-'hor '° extensive, there remain 
threats, and in this mucn ^lahedl^or Sf '' f^'^"^^ beyond all 
Nations, a voluntary association ^^^ attainment the United 
takes to deal with LcieSt con?nc=?^ sovereign nations, under- 
times nrot-^^n,.- '-!^'. ^®"^ coniusions throuieh nnn-^n ' ^ _r^ 



an.o.ig its members! ^^ respect for one 



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beset -lth^X"din°i^\^%re°s^'sJm'e'^:r'?H'°"« ^"'^ ^-^"-«^ 
able, and the clearing awaJnrnT *^''®"' extremely fornild- 
But it is hoped that out Sf ?he t^f^?"^ '"launders tandings. 
umphs and the failures of th^rmi^^'x^ f"'^ errors, the tri- 
eventually come inSrna?Lnai ^"^^^'^/^tions, there will 
law and for the dlKnl?v ^n^ r "^^^P^^^ ^o^^ the majesty of the 
world over. ^^^K^lty and Ireedom of the individual ?he 



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mind, I, Goodwin j. Knight roiil^^^ X^^^^ necessiti.s in 
Friday, October 2Ll 1 01 k ' Governor of California, nroclalm 

relloJ'canJor^iS; J^'a'great^e^der'IJ^'l^*^' aAd'Sge'^i" 
Which we face and which mSst blsoKlS bv"?i"^,°f ^^« problems 
if we are to have a universalis or ^ ^^^ United Nations 
a hope in which we aTl ItnoHeil Joinr'^ '°''''^'' "°^^^- 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
California to be affixed 
this 3rd day of October, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty -eight 





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WlIi:,ilii,AS, the laws of the State of California 
empower the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an 
area or reKioii of t.his Stnt.e nffecteeJ or likely to be af- 
fected hy certain conditlonF of extreme peril to persons and 
property within the State, which proclamation shall be in 
writing and shall take effect immediately upon its issuance; 
and 

Win^HKAS, it is provided by law that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office 
shal] act as the coordinator of all state disaster activities 
In connection with such emergency, and every state ardency and 
officer shall cooperate v/ith the Director in rendering all 
possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during 
a State cf Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and county, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a reclonal or other basis; and that it shall be 
the duty of local public officials to comply with such plans; 
and 

WIIERKAS, 1, as Governor of the State cf California, 
have found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety 



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Of persons and property within this State have arisen and now 
exist as a result of major and widespread fires which have 
occurred and which are still burning in a large area within 
Los Angeles County; 

2. That the local authority in directly affected 
areas is inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of 
extreme peril by reason of their magnitude, which places them 
beyond the control of the protective services, personrel, 
equipment, „nd facilities of .ny single county, city and 
county, or city, and requires the combined forces of a mutual 
aid region or regions to combat; 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of 
a State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster exists in the County 
of Los Angeles ; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
imniediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of state 
Of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 



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IN WITNESS WIIERLOF, I have hereunto set my hann and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento, this 3rd day of 
October, 1958. 



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35jcfutit)c Bcpartment 

^tatc of California 

The 38th annual observance of American Education 
Week this year occurs in an era when public interest in 
schools, stimulated by the launching of "Sputnik" and 
revelations of the Soviet Russian educational achievements, 
is at an all-time high. 

This year's theme, "Report Card, U.S.A.," is 
designated to encourage thoughtful parents and citizens to 
take a long and searching look at our school problems and 
progress in the space age which has burst so suddenly upon 
us. Judging from the heated debate which accompanies almost 
every school question today, our American Education Week 
visiting lists this year should top the 26 million mark set 
last year. 

Dynamic, enlightened public interest in education 
is essential to the success of our program of developing our 
youth. Education is of vital importance, not only to parents, 
teachers and students, but to every member of the community. 
The pattern of progress in a community is largely determined 
by the direction of its educational system and the interests 
its people take in their schools. 

To encourage the fullest public support and 
cooperation on behalf of the schools, and with the knowledge 
that the schools are the very llfeblood of the government 
as well as the cornerstone on which we build for the future, 
I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim the 
week of November 9-15, 1958, as AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK in 
California, and urpe alL ci.i-.:.;'.en3 and organizations to 
acquaint themselves with the achievements and problems of 
their schools toward the ends that the schools will receive 
the support and cooperation they require. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 9th day of October, A,D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




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tammenl. and ntcuritj of SrL,aUc "vents. thrllUnE 

the ?ertent patriotl.n, inherent in the hearts of 
most of us. 



zations as the Ail-Aiaerican 

Communism have adopted a 

e approach to the ideolotilcal 

throuchout the world between 
osophies of Human Freedom and 

it is essential that ai I 
h. divisive tactics of the 

in pittint; croup against 
ould actively resist such 



Sucii organ 1 
Conference to Combat 
positive, constructiv 
conflict liovj coiui-, o" 
the [governmental phil 
Tyrannical Absolutism 
Americans rocui;nl;-.t' t 
Communistic dictators 
group, and that we sh 
subversive activities. 

AS an i-i^y^^!-i,.'-°S:?^:ooSle^"n:reases 
l^^;f "^o'^Leran^ap i^clati^n^for ?he^lessinp 
^^^^^'..r,\. Americans. 1 commend the participants 
in tKelli-Au>erican S^nference to Combat Communism 
■or'tho'lr patriotic fervor, ^herefore , 

Goodwin ^•,/-V-a''KSorYOm A .EKlii V/^EK In'our 
Muvember 23-^9 ^^ '^^"nnw Galifornians to actively 

of race, rellGlt^n or nativxty. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this lUth day of October, 
A D , one Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 




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.V. „ ThrouGhout the generations, predatln;^ 
the American Hevolutiun, this land of freedom 
has been aliif^ulurly and conalaiitly blessed with 
men of vision, intelllj^ence and courage In 
servinR the highest elective 



upon them by the people. 



offices bestowed 




few have 
lencc and 
they rend 
of these 
Roosevelt 
historian 
sportsman 
which thi 
the treme 
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But even in this select company, a 
stood out J emblazoned by the excel - 

historic significance of the service 
crcd our country and our people. One 
few was our i^'oth President, Theodore 
, outstanding administrator, scholar, 
, statesman, soldier, explorer, and 
. The many fields of endeavor in 
s remarkable man excelled indicate 
ndous capacity for leadership and 
•Ihnisni that was his. 



Small wonder it is that when 
Rudyard Kipliiifr heard of President Theodore 
Roosevelt's death he wrote, "Great heart has 
gone. 



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f ornia, 
THEODORE 
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In grateful memory of his important 
tions to our Nation's progress, charac- 
tradition, and his vast love for our 

Goodwin J . Knight, Governor of Call- 
proclaim October 21-27, 1958, as 
i ROOSEVELT CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION 
California, calling attention to the 
t October 27 is the lOOth anniversary 
ore Roosevelt's birthday. During this 
rge all Californians to become familiar 

words and deeds of this truly great 



IN WITNESS WTOREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
20th day of October, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 




^xcnititit department 

3tatc of dalifornia 



PHCJCLAMATION 



In these troubled times all of us 
should be All-American In standing upright and 
outright for the principles of freedom on which 
our government and the way we live are 
predicated . 

As Governor, I know that the 100 Ail- 
Americans of the sports world who make Cali- 
fornia their home stand forthright in that 
catcf^ui-yj and It is in this spirit of All- 
Americanism that I praise their efforts in 
behalf of youth and sportsmanship. 

"All-American" connotes a right way 
of personal living, of being a guide for the 
younger generation who aspire to sports world 
brilliance, and of setting an example of 
decency and uprightness which all who see and 
read may follow. 

In recognition of the contributions 
of our All-Amerlcans to the world of sports, 
and more important, to our State and Nation as 
a whole, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, am pleased to proclaim Thursday, 
October 30, 19!?U, as ALL-AMERICAN DAY in 
California, and I urge all our citizens, 
especially those of sports persuasion, to join 
in its observance. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2l3t 
day of October, A. D. 
Une Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




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The anniversary uT Veterans Day on Noverali^er i-l/, 
I'ormerly known as Armistice Day, is symbolic of mankind's 
Inherent hope for peace and justice for all; for freedom for 
imprisoned peoples the world over yoked under Communist tyranny; 
and a tribute to our honored dead and those living who have 
served our Flag in the wars of our generations. 

In California, 40 per cent of our population comprises 
veterans and their families, people who make their way In every 
walk of life. Through their organizations they play an important 
role In the progress and development of our communities. Just 
as they fought for the preservation of peace and the existence 
of our Nation, so should they be recognized for the part they 
play in our democratic way of life. 

In these troubled times when the shadows of a vast 
Communist atheism endanger us and the Christianity which we 
profess, the ever-old, ever-present cry of "God and Country" 
assumes a new and additional significance. We need every 
strength and every wholehearted loyalty that, as a people, we can 
gather, if this Republic of the People is to persist and lead a 
harassed people of the world to the freedoms they are entitled 
to. 

In view of these truths, which with God, are our 
strengths. I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, 
proclaim Tuesday, November 11, iy|j8, as VETERANS DAY in 
California. I urge my fellow Calif ornians to recall with 
gratitude the sacrifices of all those who fought and worked with 
valor on land, in the sky, and on the seas to maintain our 
precious heritage. I especially urge that each of us pause for 
five minutes at 11:00 a.m. that day, to quietly, humbly and 
prayerfully rededicate ourselves to Americanism, the hope of a 
strife- torn world. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 28th day ui oGTCBER , 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-eight. 




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The defense of our country depends to an 
appreciable degree on the preparedness of our Air 
Force Heaerve and Air Force National Guard, members 
of which are trained under the supervision of the 
Continental Air Command. The Continental Air 
Command will celebrate its tenth anniversary on 
December 7, iy!?^, this also marking Pearl Harbor 
Day, a reminder of the ever-urgent need for adequate 
air defense and powerful air offense. 

There arc 10, Ob) Air Force Reservists and 
4,39b Air Guardsmen in California who demonstrate 
their belief in a strong, ready Reserve by donating 
thousands of hours of their own lives- -evenings, 
weekends, and vacation3--training with their units. 
There is close and harmonious relationship between 
the active Air Force, the State Adjutant Genei-al 
and the Air Reserve, continually providing security 
for our way of life. Tlie Air Reserve contributes 
to this security at a fraction of what it would cost 
to maintain a comparable active force, thereby bene- 
fitting the taxpaylng public. 

It is planned to celebrate Air Reserve 
Week in the eight Western States, December 1-7, with 
all units of the Air Force Reserve throughout Cali- 
fornia and the rest of the country holding open house 
on Sunday, December 7. Air Force Reserve flying 
units have scheduled regular training periods for the 
day and virtually every community in California will 
be saluted by furmatiuns of C-119 troop carrier air- 
craft being fluwn by Volunteer Reservists. 

Mindful of all this and its portents, I, 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of California, proclaim 
the week commencing December 1, ly'jB, and terminating 
on Sunday, December 7, i9'jH, (Pearl Harbor Day) as 
AIR I'tESERVE WEEK, and 1 urge all Californlans to join 
with me in congratulatlnr, these patriotic men and 
women on "OPERATION TENTH BIRTHDAY." 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th 
day of October, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 

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PHOCLAMATION 

DKCLARING THE TERMIN ATION 

OF TIffi 

RTATF. OF DISASTER 



WHExiEAS, on the 3rd day of October, 1958, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County of Los Angeles, 
as a result of major and widespread fires burning in a large: 
area within that county, creatin;^ conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property therein; and 

V/KEl^AS, the conditions warranting and necessitating 
the proclamation of such State of Disaster are now deemed not 
to be beyond the control of the normal protective services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of the public agencies and 
political subdivisions of that county: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately and Fhall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed 
in the office cf the Secretary of State of the State of 
California. 



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3tatc of California 




IN WlTNt',;!S WIERl'iOF, I have hereunto set my hanrl and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this .. day of October, 1958. 



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PKOCLAMATf'ON ^ /T 



"Human rights" are those in which every 
American is concerned--they are vital keystones 
of our rreedom, our prosperity and our growth as 
a nation of free men. It will be remembered that 
after the Constitution was adopted in 17o3, 
Thomas Jefferson and others of our founding fathers 
were concerned that it did not go far enough in 
outlining and guaranteeing human rights. The 
result was the Bill of Rights which clarifies the 
freedoms to which we are all entitled as American 
citizens. 

Turning to California, our position in 
the United States becomes more prominent day by 
day as thousands continue to migrate into our State 
from other parts of the country and from many 
foreign ports. To list the colors, creeds, rights 
and denominations represented by these people 
would prove an endless task. Yet, the Golden State 
is proud of the contribution these people are 
making toward its progress and they are doing it 
in complete accord, living side by side, sharing 
similar ideas and Ideals, working together for the 
benefit of humanity. 

Into all this is embedded those freedoms 
which were outlined in our Bill of Rights more than 
a century ago and which are emphasized in many ways 
by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the 
General Assembly of the United Nations adopted ten 
years ago. It is my privilege, therefore, to 
proclaim December 10, 1958, as HUMAN RIGHTS DAY, and 
December 15, 1958, as BILL OF RIGHTS DAY, and to 
urge my fellow Californians to give sober consider- 
ation to the rights guaranteed us by these decla- 
rations and which we wish to share with peoples of 
other lands. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th 
day of November, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hu^ndred 





and Fifty-eight. 

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"Human rights" are those 
rtinerican ic concerned — they ai^e vi 
uf our iVreeJom, our prosperity and 
a nation oV i'ree wen. It will be 
after the Constitution was adopted 
Thoinas Jel'i'erson and oLhert; ol' our 
were concerned that it did not go 
outlining and guaranteeing human r 
suit wai3 the Bill of Right.;, wnich 
rreodoms to whicii we aru all ctitlt 
clblzens. 



in which eve 
tal key;;tones 

our growth as 
remembered tnat 

in I'l'bji, 

rounding fathers 
i'ar enough in 
ights. The re- 
claril'les the 
led a:i American 




Turning to Calirornla, our position in 
the United states becomes more prominent day by 
day as thousands continue to migrate into our State 
from other uarts of the country and frorii many 
foreign ports. To list the colors, creeds, rights 
and denominations represented by these people would 
prove an endlesG task. Yet, the Golden State is 
proud of the contribution these people are making 
toward its progress and they are doing it in com- 
plete accord, living side by side, siiarlng similar 
ideas and ideals, working together for the benefit 
of humanity. 

Into all this are embedded those freedoms 
wnich were outlined in our Bill of Rights more tiian 
a century ago and wiiJch are emphasized in many ways 
by ttie Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the 
General assembly of the United Nations adopted ten 
years ago. It is my privilege, therefore, to 
proclaim December 10, l^J'.B, as HUMaN HlGiri'S DAY, 
and December I'j, ly-jB, as BILL OF RIGHTS DAY, and 
as Governor of California to call upon my fellow 
citizens to pay due lienor to the rights guaranteed 
by our Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Rights 
of the Constitution oV California as well as those 
implied in tne Universal Declaration of Human 
Rigfits adopted by the General Assembly. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed tills ^tli day 
of November, A.D. , One 
Tliousand Nine Hundred and 




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PROCLAMATION 



Thanksiilvlnti; har 



been and is particularly an American 

Iland virtuous Pllr,rimG I'irst proclairricd. 

1 "And therefore. I Williar.-. Bradford (by ^he grace of 

iGod today, and the franchise -f/^^3fjfP:rr3!-;c shall gather 

IPlymouth, -^y--t'^'-;{'^^J^^^"?/l^"?^rMoSth of November Thanks- 
iwith one accord, and once hold in tne uoui-u 

iglvlng unto the Lord." 

Thus was born our American Thanksgiving Day which h^s 

icome down L us throuch more ^-'-^ ^^'--.^^^^^^ ^:!rbe thlnkful 
'arc vast blessings which we "^CalUornian. can w ^^^,^^^^3 

for on this Thanksgiving ^^^^ .f,^'^^ 'H precarious though it 
year one in/^^^JJ-^.Sa'anf tSoSghout Kerica have been 
X^^ -\J;;iS"irJ to. record breaking crops, we have 

^^i^giini:;rhad i^e^ SadllStruslhre^emngly; and 



|seen 
year'; 



have 
at the 
we have 
reeraMeno"iCSt5;;L°IharinrroJe"Sou^irwrtrie-3sro«u„ate 

Ipeoples in other countries. 

Through the ^Pec.ric.,religious appeals (l)Jrote3tant-. 
'"The Share and Surplus Appeal 2) Catholic , ^^^^^ 

Thanksgiving Clothing Collection (3) Jewish ^^^^ 

foifs^.^ier-era.rro='rnisterrriUlo„3 0f'ho»eles3, 

hungry and destitute in 

and American inde- 



overseas landc 
When the Revolutionary War wat 



J At- r^r THnnU-^ik'lvini'" and at Newourg, i^t;" !,' „ „r i-ho 
spirit 01 ihanKogxvj-iib "' ... ,„ r>v.Qirt.r. to the Governors of the 



this following prayer to the Governors 



spirit 

wrote- and sif.ned 

I "1 o st&tGS* 

" "''-^rf^^ s^inti?e^s^;r P-ssLr th^?°^hou 

will keep the Unxted Jt-^f^. in ^n^i^| ^ ^ cultivate a spirit of 
Lilt incline the hearts ol the ji^^^^^^ t; and entertain a 
'subordination and "^^dience to the Governm ^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

brotherly ^^'i'^^^i.^" =^"^ :"y"/at large And finally that thou 
icitl^ens of the United states at large ^^ justice, 

iwilt most graciously ^^ P^f^^^.^J.^^^^^'rith that charity, hu- 
to love merc> and to demean ourselves wx characteristics 

,,thee, through Jesus Christ our Lord. 



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I commend to you these great words of a great American 
on this holiday which is essentially American and in this spirit 
of thankfulness and humanity, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of 
California, proclaim Thursday, Novembei' 27, l3'-jti, as 
THANKSGIVING DAY in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
7th day of November, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-eight. 




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PROCLAMATION 



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The heal ill 
vital to our wolx'are 
cndanc;ercd by any d.I. 
dy^jtrophy, whose caua 
determined aa yet and 
mure than 200,000 a y 
victims, two-thirds u 
in research, clinical 
ment, the urgent miss 
Dystrophy Association 
cause and cure ol' thi 



or any nation, so 
and security, is 
ease such aa muscular 
'' and cure are not 

whose victims number 
ear. Hope for these 
f them children, lies 

diagnosis and treat- 
ion of Muscular 
s which seek the 
s malady. 



November marks the start of the 
annual appeal ol' Muscular Dystrophy 
Associations of America, Inc., in behalf 
of Its fight to conquer this dreaded 
affliction. With this in mind and in 
view of the possible and hoped-for 
benefits to be derived, I, Goodwin J. Knight, 
(jovornor cf California, proclaim November 'l^^ 
throu,-h December I'?, lyl?8, as MUSCULAR 
DYSTKUPHY MONTH In California and urge all 
citizens to extend full support in this 
effort to aid muscular dystrophy sufferers. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand' 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this 7th day of November, 
A. D., One Thousand Nine 
and Fifty-eight. 





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The Civil Air PatruL is the official 
civilian auxiliary of the United States Air 
Force and is char,,ed with a ".aj or role in air 
search and rescue activities, ^^e CAP is also 

chartered by Conr.ress as a """^"P^^J^f .'^^JPation 
ration dedicated to the advancc-inent of aviation 

and space education. 

In California the Civil Air Patrol 
has over 2,800 senior members who are pilots, 
observers, 'radio operators flr.t ^i^^JJ-f ^^^,r' 

technical experts and ^Pff ^^^^^.f,.^" ^Jt^ are 
ff- clonal fields:. Woi^e than 2,900 cadcto are 
en;oied in courses of aviation trair^ing under 
the CAP cadet Pro^ratn The 1^3 fuadrons and 
15 groups of the Patrol cover all parts ol tne 
State. 

Most of the aircraft used in searcli 

December 1, 19'jB, marks the 17th anni- 
versary of the founding; of the Civil Ai^' /jj^^^- 
ln recLnition or the valiant services of thU 
cn-anlzatlon, and the self-sacrificing pub ic 
SDlrlt of its members whose duties are olten 
p?r?;nnei under conditions oi-/.^^f^,f,f,tr'do' 
Goodwin J. Knight, Governor of ^^1""^''^^' % 

r-,^/,B^^af Si^Viri\r.^'pA^?«orSESrin^^^rf Sia, 
Ind I urce all citizens of our State to Join me 
in this tribute. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 2bth day 
of November, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
A and Fifty-eight 

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There is an all-humanitarian backdrop to The ' 
National Foundation, widenlnr, its beneficial aspects 
and in the midat of Iti; rorthcomino 21st year of devoted 
service to tlie Nation and to Caiifornla, it lias reached 
a majority memorable to all ol" us. its March of Dimes 
has been and 1^; an inspiration to all Americans. 

It has aided thousands upon thousands of 
polio patients and it has pledt;ed its resources so that 
the many cruelly handicapped victims of this crippling 
disease can be restored to useful and productive lives. 
Polio patients need no lonr,er remain hopeless. There 
is, of course, the preventive in ttie most effective 
Salk Polio Vaccine, and now The National Fuundatiun 
seeks the treatment and eonquijst of other maladies 
pla^uinc mankind. 

Billions of children and younj; adults are now 
protected by the Salk Vaccine at^ainst paralytic polio, 
but more than two-thli'ds of those in the susceptible 
age group under 'K) still need one or more of the three 
shots required for maximum protection. Also, treatment 
is necessary for those who suffered their attacks before 
the Salk Vaccine was perfected. All this and the new 
fields which the ori_;anization Is entering require funds. 

Kindful of all this, as well as the need for 
scientists, doctors, nurses, phys'c'l and occupational 
therapists, medjcul social workers and others, I, 
Goodv/in J. Knit^ht, Governor of California, proclaim 
January, 1959, as MARCH OF DIMES MONTH throuj^.hout our 
State and ur^-e f.enerous financial support for this most 
worthy cause. 

IN WITNESS WMElffiOF, 1 have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 
day of December, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-eight. 




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PROCLAMATION 



Doamte .xpandcd radar belt3 the i'act remains 

that a dut.ml..ed enemy could ,:et th^^^^-^^J^.J^'^Ms 
al 'Diane or ml^ioilo alta.k on the Jnited StatCo. This 
di?.Ger leni. particular cmpha.l. ^^^^he observance ol 
Sonal Civil Defense Day on December /comin,^ as it 
docs on the 17th annlversary__or tne American dl.a.ter 
Pearl Harbor when we became "sittinr. duck, tor an 
unexpected and deadly Japanese sea-air attacv. 

ralil-ornlans are especially interested in this 
nrst observance of National Civil defense Day because 
U will rrar'.c the carryint^ out of evacuation Operation 

} ^^'f''"'^^' .,-, y x^j^p first time in tht^ United 
States that a'lar'J-scalfevacuation has been held in 
wMch parficlpar.ts have remained away from home 
overnight. 

It is well for Californians to realize that 
cWil defense is ;irsoual, not Just something that can 
be delegated to someone else. It i%^"?l„^':'2^„|iJ, to 
"alifornians make themselves aware of its pertinency to 
themselves. As Governor, I would repeat -y "J^^J^^^^^ 
every California family or. this National ^ vll Delen.e 
Day Lke the time to prepare a family shelter and equp^^ 

'^ r"^' I ?irst :^irkit^andSat?er/radio.^ Learn warning 
'wnals and wha'tihey mean' study the community plan for 
cSency action and'protection from radioactive lallout, 
make emerrency preparations and determine how oo obtain 
emergency radio information. 

It is necessary to keep in mind that our total 
defense depends on a powerful military i'orce to defend 
our shores and strike back at any aggressor who attacks 



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us, as well as on a atrorit; non-military civil defense 
which in case of an attack would merye all of our 
remaxninij re:jource,j and direct them to the treniendeus 
task of survival, rc«overy and eventual victory. With 
these thouchts in mind, I, Goodwin J. Knight, Governor 
of California, proclaim December 7 as CIVIL DEFENSE 
DAY in California, and I urp.e every citizen of our 
State, in the spirit of preparedness, to soberly partici- 
pate in its observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 4th day of December, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Flf ty-elf;ht . 




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P R O C L A Ni A T I N 




Our American blersjincs 
gencratio:i3 of our national exla 
have been purchased at the coat 
human livec. There was Valley F 
imprint of bloody feet on the wl 
there wat; Gcttyaburc; wliere men d 
thousands that the :jolidarity of 
Republic mii-;ht be perpetuated; a 
Pearl Harbor wliich on ourujuy, De 
left its imperishable imprint on 
every loyal and conscientious Am 



[gained through 
tence, often 
of thousands of 



orj^e, with the 
ndswept snows; 
led by the 

the American 
nd there was 
ccmber 7, l^J^l, 

the souls ef 
ericaii. 



I believe that we of the West are 
most acutely conscious of this and the fact 
that we have a sacred obligation of cratitude 
to do homaj^e to the memory of the 1,102 men, 
220 of them from California, who bravely met, 
faced and embraced death aboard the USS Arizona 
on that unforgettable December day in Pearl 
Harbor and the many others they have come to 
symboliiie . 



Cuvernor 
Arizona and his asa 
Memorial Committee 
to raise funds with 
memorial over the i 
Arizona and to make 
sailors and Marines 
battered hull and a 
Pearl Harbor who ar 



Erner.t W. McFarland of 
ociatcs of the USS Arizona 
have set in motion a project 

which to build a fitting 
usted hulk of the battleship 
it a living memorial to the 
stiil entombed within her 
]1 thi; otlicrs who foui'.ht at 
o ever enshrined in our hearts, 



This national fund drive begins on 
December 7, and in the spirit of freedom, patri- 
otism and devotion which motivated those who 
nave their last full measure that historic day 
in 194], 1, Goodwin J. Kni,Tht, Governor of Cali- 
fornia, deem it my i)riviJe)-e to proc]ain; Sunday, 
December 7, as USS ARIZONA DAY in our State, and 
urge all Calif ornians to lend their support to 
,tb^i-2 epic endeavor. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I liave 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
S>.>al of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this !^th day of December, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and ^M f ty-cir,ht . 

ATTEST: <.>Urf.ci*wfC- .■*^> -^ * -XT^ 
Secretary of ^ay'e 



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FRA'I'^M.^OTOAN, Secratsr/., Jala 
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PROCLAMATION 




Issued Pursuant to Chapter 93, Statutes of 1958, First Extraordinary 



Session. 



WHEREAS, there was submitted to the People ol this Statt 



al the General Election held November k, 195B, that certain law 
providitig for a bond issue of Three Hundred Million Dollars to be 
used by the De()ar tiiient of Veterans Affairs in assisting California 
war veterans lo acquire farms or haiies, being Chapter 93, of the 
Statutes of i%'d. First Extraordinary Session; and 

WHEREAS, it appears from the official declaration and 
statement of the vote of the Secretary of State of California, 
issued December 10, 19|>8, that said act received a majority of all 
votes cast for and against it at said election: Now, therefore, 

I, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, Governor of the State of California, 



do hereby proclaim that said act received 



a majority of all votes 



cast for and against it at said election, that said act is fully 
effective and shall have effect as therein provided, and that said 
act shall be irrepealable until the principal and interest of the 
liabilities therein created shall be paid and discharged. Done 
under my liand and the Great Seal ui the State of California at the 

day of Hecember , 1958. 

GOODWIN J. KNIGHT 
Governor 

FRANK M. JOf^D^ 
Secretary df-5tate 





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CATTLE 3CABIES RliXiULATION 



i, Goodwin J. luiight, pursuant Lo Lho powor vested in me 
as Governor of the State of California, and pursuant to 
Section 211 of the A^jricultural Code of the State of California, 
do hereby approve tuid proclaim the Cattle Scabies tiogulation, 
which is attached hereto and made a part hereof as though sot 
fortn in full. 

The regulation herein approved and proclaimed is an 
emergency regulation adopted pursuant to Section lll|21 (b) of 
• the Government Code of the State of California, and under 
Section 11)|22 (c) of the Government Code of the State of 
California, shall become effective immediately upon filing with 
the Secretary of State, 



IN iVITIJESS ^^EREOP, I have 
horeunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 

to be affixed this -' t.h 

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thousand nine hundred and 
fifty eit;ht. 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.' 

State department employees working in Sacramento 
who wish to attend the outdoor Inaugural ceremonies In the 
Rotunda of the State Capitol, Monday, January 5, should be 
released from their duties from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. that day. 

The Rotunda observance will begin at 1:30 p.m. 
with a concert by the San Francisco Boys Club Band. 
At 2:00 p.m. the official proceedings in the Assembly Chamber 
Will begin and they will be broadcast in the Rotunda. The 
proceedings will include the Inaugural Address. 

The release from duties should be limited to the 
extent necessary to keep the department operational 
throughout the afternoon. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 5th day of 
January, 1959. 




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A PHOCLAM;VTION Or aK ALTERNATIVE 
'rii.KPOA. ^:Vi or;/.T 0;' STATE 

WHEi^AS, section 3O of Article IV of the California 
constitution, as approved and i-atificd at the general election 
held on November 4, 1958, and Chapter 61, Statutes of the I958 
First Extraordinari' Session, are now in full force and effect; 

..id 

WHEHE/\S, section 1 of said Chapter 6I provides that 
the Governor shall designate h^ written proclamation j.n 
alternative temporary seat of government for use in the event 
of war or enemy-caused disaster, or the imminence thereof: 

NOVj, THEiiEFOHE, 1, GOODWIN J. KNIGHT, GOVERNOR OF 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, by vii-tue of the powers and 
authorities vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of 
this State and particularly by section 1 of said Chapter 6I, 
-: hereby proclaim that the City of Chlco shall be the 
alternative temporary seat of government J'or use in the event 
of war or enemy-caused disaster or the Imminence thereof. I 
further direct that tliis proclamation shall take effect 
Immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed with the Secretary of State. 



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IN WITMi'JSo V.HEREOF, I have hereunto set n\y hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 10th day of December, 1958. 




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3tatc of California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO 
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JAN 5-1959 
RANK H. JOWAH, Secrttanf <<«••• 



state department employees working in Sacramento 
who wish to attend the outdoor inaugural ceremonies In the 
Rotunda of the State Capitol, Monday, January 5, should be 
released from their duties from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. that day. 

The Rotunda observance will begin at 1:30 p.m. 
with a concert by the San Francisco Boys Club Band. 
At 2:00 p.m. the official proceedings in the Assembly Chamber 
will begin and they will be broadcast in the Rotunda. The 
proceedings will include the Inaugural Address. 

The release from duties should be limited to the 
extent necessary to keep the department operational 
throughout the aftei'noon. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 5th day of 
January, 1959. 



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ATTEST: 



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F .^ C L A M A T T 
OF A 



JA}l 8 - 1959 



S T .1 V K (1 !.■ ij J s ,, ,, .p ,. ., 

.r.po.,,0. the Oove.no,. to p.ocaal,,. . state of maa=te. In .n 
a^=. o. .e.lon of t.u State affected o. UU.Xy to >,e .ffectea 
^y certain co„..tion= o.- ext.c,,e pe.f. to persona an. property 
»"hln tne State, .,„ic„ p,.cla.atio„ .nail .e In „rlt.„, an. 
=.-.all take effect i,«cdfatel, upon Ita fsauance; and 

««E«E,>S, u la provided b. law t.at during a State 
or I,iaaater the Wrector of the California Maaater Office 
-.11 act aa the coordinator of all atate dlaaater actlvltlea 
n connection wltn auch e.er.enc„ and ever, atate a.enc, and 

officer shall cooperate with t-h« n, 

poiace uitn the ulreotor In rcnderln.- all 

possible asalatanoo; and 

WHE,ffi,»s, It la further provided hy law that during 
a State Of .laaater ..nen the need arlaea for outside aid t„ 
-. count,, elt, and count,, or clt, within the re.lon, such 
a.d Shall .e rendered In accordance with the mutual aid plana 
-vclopcd on a regional or other hasla, and that It shall he 
the dut, Of local pu.Ue officials to eo»pl, with auch plans; 

»<-«EAS, 1, .a dovernor or ti,e State of California, 
have found, and do hereby find: 

1. That a throat of conditions of extreme po.il to the 
safet, Of pex-oon^ and property within the Cour.ty of 
I^os An^-eles i.as arlaen and exists as a result of 




^xccutitJt ©tpartment 

^tatc or California 

recent fires In th.io county creating a serious 
potential of flood uatiuijc in the affected areas, 
in vie\v of the ii.Tralnence of heavy rainfall; 

2. That the Governor has been x-equestcd to proclaim 

a State of Disaster therein by the Chairman of the 
Board of Supervisors of the County of Los i\ngeles. 

3. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope witii the aforesaid conditions of 
extreme peril by reason ol' their magnitude, which 
places them beyond the control of the protective 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
the county and requires the combinea forces of a 
mutual aid rejion or regions to combat. 

h. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the 
existence of a State of Disaster; 

NO.;, THEilEFOHE, I, iiDMUND G. BROli/N, Governor of 
tiie State of Califoi'nia, by virtue of the pov;ers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster exists in the County 
of Los Angeles; 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
Immeuiatelj/ , and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
px'oclamatlon be filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
^iven to tills proclamation. 

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$Kcutit)c Bcpartmcnt 

^tm of Caliromia 

IN WITNESS VaiEl^OFj I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 8th day of 

January, iy!?9. 






Governor of California 

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Secretary ^^.t^tate 




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PROCLAMATION 



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JAM 21959 i 
F1UNK A JOmH, Secretacy o( Sliti 




The week of January 12-3r8 is 
being observed as National Civil Service 
Week throughout the country, and January 
lu will mark the Yoth anniversary of the 
Federal Civil Service Act. 

There are 233,000 Federal civil 
servants in California alone, men and women 
whoae efficiency and dedication to their 
work deserves continuing recognition from 
a grateful government and public. 

State and local governments, as 
well as the Federal government, liave come 
to rely upon the civil service system to 
provide employees on a merit basis, and 
civil service is now an integral part of 
our governmental syst n at every level. 

At the request cf '.he Ainerican 
Federation of Oovei'n::ier,t Br.ployees, which 
has traditionally sponsored observances of 
the anniversary of the Civil Service Act, 
I therefore proclaim the week of January 
12-18, lyi;9 to be CIVIL SERVICE WEEK in 
California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 12th day of 
January, A.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-nine. 



Governor 



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PROCLAMATION 



WHEflEAS, the Inventive genius of Thomas Alva 
Edison has Immeasurably advanced the frontiers of American 
science and the welfare of all mankind, and, by creating 
industries employing millions of people, has added greatly 
to the technology upon which America's pre-eminence largely 
rests; 

WHEREAS, recent events have shown that this strong 
scientific position Is being seriously challenged; 

WHEREAS, in this a^e of limitless scientific 
horizons, our Country's need for men like Edison has never 
been more urgent; 

WHEREAS, the only long-range approach to meeting 
this need for scientific manpower is the motivation of more 
young Americans toward careers in science, and the removal 
of artificial barriers to preparation for these fields; 

NOW I THEREFORE urge the people of this State, 
and its schools, teachers, parents. Industries and civic 
organizations to encourage youth to take advantage of the 
great opportunities of modern science and technology; and 

I DO HEREBY PROCLAIM February 11, 1959, the 
occasion of Thomas Alva Edison's 112th birthday as 

SCIENCE YOUTH DAY 

A day on which the citizens of this State will do 
honor to the inspiring heritage of /\merlca's great inventive 
genius, Thomas Alva Edison, and will lend full support to 
all activities which dramatize to youth the unique challenges 
of science and invention in today's expanding universe. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 13th 
day of January, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-nine. 




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JANl 31959 
FRANK ((.JORDAN, Secretary «| Sill! 



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i^tatc or Cahroniu 



rj^OGLAMATION 



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future, 



We look to the past for guidance for the 



Both our triumphs and our failures have 
taught us that it is only through devoted adherence to 
the principles on which this nation was founded that 
we may build a better world for people everywhere. 

Those principles i^u far beyond material 
tilings. Tiiey are, indeed, rooted in the basic belief 
that men are created equal, that they are free to de- 
velop their talents and personalities In a society 
which will not raiae against them any artll'icial 
barriers oi' race, creed or place of origin. 

Hundreds of thousands of our citizens have 
made the supreme sacrifice in defense of these prin- 
ciples. Their dedication Inspires all of us, and it 
Is fitting that we honor them by pledging ourselves 
to the same selfless devotion to our great heritage. 

Mindful of the advantages that accrue to 
our State and Nation from an awareness of this tre- 
mendous heritage in the minds of our youth, therefore, 
I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim February, 19!>9, American History Month in 
our State, and ask all my fellow citizens, our 
schools, patriotic groups and civic organizations to 
join in undertaking and participating in such activi- 
ties as will promote public understanding of our rich 
heritage and thereby strengthen our democratic way 
of life. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 

hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12th 
day of January, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
Fifty-nine. 




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Secretary oi/Siate 




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5>tatc of California 



at Ih* tMt* •• Calltw nla 

JAM 41959 



SPliCIAL ELKCTION PROCLAMATION 




I, EDMUND G. BROwK, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
the 7th day of April, 1959, within the Seventh Senatorial 
District of the State, comprising the Counties of Nevada, Placer, 
and Sierra, tc fill the vacancy In the office of State Senator 
from said District resulting from the resignation of Senator 
Harold T. (Blzz) Johnson. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a revjard of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of the 
provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to 
be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose 
reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto 



this l4th day of January, 1959. 









ATTEST 



Governor 



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^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS the future of our country will soon 
be dependent upon citizens who are today our very young 
Children, whose fitness for their adult responsibilities 
will be largely determined by the experiences we pro- 
vide for tliem in their important formative years; and 

WHEREAS we now Imow that children, from their 
earliest years, need an environment full of stimulating 
activities which promote a sense of security, a feel- 
ing of competence and courage, and a happy relationship 
with other ciiildren and with adults; and 

WHEREAS in California nursery schools in 
rapidly increasing numbers are providing fine programs 
for children and parents and prospective parents, 
through cooperative nursery schools, with participating 
parents; private nursery schools; child care centers 
for working mothers; special programs for handicapped 
children; observation schools which are a part of 
adulc education and teacher training programs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, as Governor of the State of 
California, I do hereby proclaim the week of February 
1-8, Ibil^y as NURSERY EDUCATION WEEK in this State, 
and urge all persons of good will to visit nursery 
schools and the offices of their local nursery 
school associations, to attend scheduled meetings 
and to assist in any way they can in this important 
effort to help parents rear better adjusted, better 
taught and happier children for tomorrow's better 
citizens. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
liei-'eunto sei my nand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this li^th day 
of January, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 




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Governor 



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Secretary o/ Ztate 




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PHOCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the civic bodies and service 
organizations oi' our State and the Departments 
of our State Government recognize the great ser- 
vices rendered to this State by the California 
State Junior Chamber of Commerce; 



AND WHEREAS, the Unit 
Chamber of Commercj and its aff 
local origan! zat Ions have set as 
Januai-y l8-U', to observe tlie fo 
Junior Chamber of Commerce and 
such founding by the selection 
standing young men of this Stat 
of Distlngulsiied Service Awards 
butlon to the State of Callforn 
yearn- 



ed States Junior 
mated State and 
Ide the week of 
undlng of the 
to commemorate 
of the five out- 
e as the recipients 

for their contrl- 
la during the past 



AND WHEREAS, this organization of younp- 
'^l''^\'^-J°'^^^^^^'^(^<i materially to the betterment 
ol the State of California throughout the year 
through its outstanding work in the field of 
civic improvement and youth welfare; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, 
Governor, do hereby proclaim the week of 
January l8-2i,, 1Q'j9, as JAYCEE WEEK in the State 
oi California and urge tiie citizens of our State 
to give full consideration to the fine services 
of this organization. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of tile State or 
California to be af- 
fixed this loth day 
of January, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 




Govox-nor 
ATl'EST: 






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JANl G1959 
M^M. JO»AH, $etf«««y cf «*" 

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S»tm of California 



PKOCLAMATI^ON 



The right of every man to choose freely his way of 
life and to pursue it in freedom is fundamental to the 
American way. Discrimination for reasons oi/ace, ^elje^°" 
or national origin is foreign to the principles on which this 
country is founded. 

The fullest realization of our highest aspirations 
to achieve the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood ol God 
depends on building better human relations, religiously and 
racially, day by day; and each of us must bear a solemn 
obligation to fulfill this mission regardless of our religion, , 
race, or national origin. 

Therefore, I, Edmund G. brown, Governor of California, 
m full accord with the National Conference o^' Cl^^i^tians and 
Jews, do hereby proclaim the week of February 15-22, 1959, ds 
BROTHERHOOD v^EEK In California, and I invite all our citizens 
to join with me in observing the tenets of this week. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 2nd day of 
February, A.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Fifty-Nine. 




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^xecutitit Bcpartmtnt 

3tatc of Californu 



PROCLAMATION 



Farm broadcasting provides a 
unique service Tor rural California by pre- 
senting programs covering up-to-the-minute 
weatlier inroriiiatlon, market reports, general 
rami news and discussions oi" the most recent 
technological advances Jn agriculture. 

I, therefore, proclaim February 
Y, ly59. FARM BROADCASTING DAY in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
iiave hereunto set my 
liand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
2nd day of February, 
A.D., One Tnousand 
Nine Hundred and 
Fifty-nine . 




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FEB 2 - 1959 
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uovernor 



ATTEST 



Secretar^[^_^ State 




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>"^t6tt of California 



PROCLAMATION 



i-c a^, Caiirornia's pride In its growln is tempered bv 
l.s acknowleugmenl t.mt growLli is accompanied bv the erne J 
gence of new problem, and ti.e aggravation irmanyotnlrsr 

Adults ha^^a!..^^^'"-''"^!.^""^'"'^ ^"5?^ Crippled Children and 
n.nnio,-, ^^^^^'^^ '^^e State to a "grim corollary" of our 
population expansion: an increase in the number or Cal^rLm^ 
reslaents handicapped by phy^ilcal dlsaMl^tles k?s li 

l^:^!tc-'V^A''''T'^''f' t^he extenslii^or'thrsociety's 

o^'^iom'^were'childre.f "^The ^ot'alTr'f"^' """^ '^"" ^^'^^^ 
or more inan mm , < ^"^ ligure represented a rise 
o. more tnan ^,ouo over the previous year's service load. 

Crippled Chi;dren''!n''?y"o'"lt°'v-n' ^^f^^f^^^^ Society for 
kqo r^« v"j.j.uii.n ±n j.y^o, its value to tne reneral wpirar.o 

oSunlv a'l-fllia*"-'"',"'-" ''°°" ^""^■^"ins yaarflu local 

needed to continue an f^rco.., i,,! 9J-,jOU,UUU, the amount 
bllities into aMnf?«^ ^ ^! program of converting disa- 
Phy;^lcl!iy"cr.ppled' ' '^^P^n'iency to independence, ror our 

nave accomjlishei anTiitrfull" c'nr.f ''^"" ^''' ''""^'''^ 
contribute in Lne cCmlni vear t 2 . '^^'J'^n ^" "^'^^ ^^^^ °^" 
of California do ht^tuf "^ n ^ -^^mund G. Brown, Governor 

toward tno atlal^ent o^ h" ^ear^'^'tlLef/S ^^ ='"""es 
goal. ^ ^^'^^ ^ Piaster i>eal campaign 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
iiez^eunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this 3rd day of 
February, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 





Governoi 



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ATTEST: 



Secretary of s(at/ 



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3tatc of California 



PROCLAMAT 



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Kor almost fifty years, the Boy 
Scouts of iiifierlca lias helped mold our 
youngsters into outstanding American citi- 
zens. 

Today there are 317,73'3 scouts in 
the movement in California alone. In the 
entire United States, membership is at an 
all-time liigh of j,OlL.,oyj. They are being 
served by 1,33b, 812 adult leaders. 

During iyL)8, in California, these 
youngsters devoted 1,338,839 hours of their 
time to the promotion of traffic, outdoor 
and home safety projects under their Safety 
Good Turn Program in cooperation with com- 
munity safety organizations and public 
officials. 

All of these activities have proved 
to be of tremendous benefit to all the citi- 
zens of our State and Nation by strengthening 
our moral fiber and by assuring all of us of 
a better future. 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
the week of February 7 to 13 as BOY SCOUT 
WEEK in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of Calif- 
ornia to be affixed 
this 11th day of 
February, A.D. , One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 




Governor 
ATTEST: 



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^tate of California 



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PRO£L£MAJ 




Our war veterans have served our country 
loyally, courageously and unhesitatingly in time of 
grave peril, giving up valuable years of their lives, 
foregoing the comforts and solace of homes and loved 
ones, and, when occasion demanded, even sacrificing 
their lives, to help preserve our great heritage.... 
the American way of life. 

These :nen and women have earned an oppor- 
tunity to engage In gainful employment and pursue 
a livelihood in accordance witli tlieir abillt:/, 
training and choice and have established exemplary 
and enviable records of civilian employment, proving 
tnat the experience and training acquired in the 
service of their country help to qualify them as 
excellent employees. 

Despite recent Improvements In the econ- 
omic situation there are still many of these 
veterans unemployed. And whether in time of pros- 
perity or adversity, I believe wholeheartedly that 
the situation of any veteran who is unemployed 
should be called to the attention of the business 
and industrial sections of our State. 

Therefore I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor 
of the State of California, hereby proclaim the 
week of May 3-9, 19b9, HIRE A VETERAN WEEK in our 
State so that the attention of all employers can 
and will be directed to the situation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of Calif- 
ornia to be affixed 
this 11th day of 
February, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 



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PROCLAMATI ON 




WHEREAS, The City and County of San Francisco, 
In cooperation wlLh civic leaders 
and organizations, has sponsored in 
the past an event known as "Pacific 
Festival Days," and 

WHEREAS, The objective of the festival was 
to promote mutual understanding 
among tiie nations on the shores of 
the Pacific Ocean and to further 
the growth and development of this 
area, and 

WHEREAS, ALtaining that objective is a 

worthy project and important in 
maintaining the strength and vi- 
tality of the peoples of the free 
world; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor 

ni.-.m'L 1^^ °^' C^lifo^ia, do hereby 
proclaim September 18 to 27 PACIFIC 
FESTIVAL DAYS and urge all our 
citizens uo take part in appropriate 
ceremonies designed to make the fes- 
tival a success. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused tne Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of 
March, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Plfty-nlne. 




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ATTEST 



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i^xecutitjc ©tpartmtnt 

3tatf of California 



PROCLAMATI'ON 



The increasing rate of traffic accidents 
caused by tnose driving under the influ- 
ence of alcohol Is a cause for ever- 
Increasing concern in the enforcement of 
our laws. 

This problem, of course, is not exclusively 
one of our youth. Yet the solution of this 
problem rests directly upon the education 
of our youth in the dangers of alcohol. 

We must bring to the attention of future 
generations in California the need for 
temperance in all things, for upon them 
lies the burden of assuring a better to- 
morrow for all our citizens. 

Now, thei'efore, I, Kdmund G. Brown, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim the week 
of April 12 to ly YOUTH TEMPERANCE EDUCATION 
WEEK, and urge all our citizens to partici- 
pate in observances designed to promote 
temperance among young people for the pur- 
pose of promoting good citizenGhip and a 
sense of responsibility in our society. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this 4th day 
of March, A.D. , One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 




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PROCLAMATION 



WiifiRaAS, The youth of our State are one of our most 
valuable assets; and 

WHEREAS, The physical well-being of our youth is 
essential to the future of our State and 
essential to National security; and 

WHEREAS, Medical authorities have indicated exercise 
is essential for children and youth in order 
to attain optimum growth and development; 
and 

WHEREAS, Changes have taken place In modern living 
which have resulted in greatly reduced 
physical activity of our people; and 

WHEREAS, The California Committee on Fitness has 

worked closely with President Eisenhower's 
Council on Youth Fitness, and with our 
state authorities, to help young people to 
become physically fit, and therefore better 
qualified to meet the requirements of modern 
life; 

NOW, THEKEPORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim the week 
beginnin/;^ May 3, 19^9, as YOUTH FITNESS 
I WEEK and request support and cooperation 

^ I L E! D °^ parents, youth, and interested local and 
State organizations to use all appropriate 
means during that week to promote programs 
and activities demonstrating the importance 
of youth fitness to the end that we may 
assure the continuing strength and well- 
being of our people. 



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hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this 19th day of March, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-nine, 

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Throughout the world today we 
see tne mark of the aggressor attempting 
to impose his totalibarian tyranny and 
his a:heistlc philosophy on I'ree people. 

Yet still shining like a beacon 
to guide us to salvation Is the gentle 
teaching of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, in- 
spiring us with God's Eternal Truth. 

Clirlst's humility, helpfulness, 
tolerance, honesty, f ortiirightness and un- 
selfishness, give us the strength to defend 
our most precious right to worship in free- 
dom at the foot of Llie Cross. 

His death and resurrection have 
provided us through the centuries with 
evidences of eternity, demonstrating that 
only by cloaking ourselves in His spiritual- 
ity may we achieve tne peace we seek. 

Now, therefore, in accordance with 
custom, I, Eumund G. Brown, Governor of 
California, do hereby oroclaim March 27, 
19by, GOOD FRIDAY tnroughout our State and 
urge all our citizens of Chi'lstlan faith 
to observe this day with reverence and faith 
and particularly to spend the three hours 
between noon and j5 p.m. of ttiat day in 
meditation, devout prayer and consecrated 
dedication to the pi-lnclples of peace and 
brotiierhood as taught by Jesus Christ of 
Nazaretn. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 

iiave hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be af- 
fixed this lyth day of 
Marcn, A. D., One 
Tnousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 





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In eight Veterans Administration 
Hospitals in CalU'ornia and at the California 
State Veterans Home in Yountville, disabled 
veterans spend loxii', hours making red crepe 
paper Memorial Poppleu for the American 
Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary. 

The funds received by these veter- 
ans for ther.e poppler. are often their only 
Income. 

On May 22 and 2 J of this year, 
volunteer workers of the Legion Auxiliary 
will be on the street corners of every city 
and town in California selling these popples 
to assist the living victims of this nation's 
wars — and to help tiielr families through tne 
Auxiliary'^ rehabilitation, child welfare 
and education programs. 

This annual sale of poppies Just 
before Memorial Day is a most worthy cause, 
and I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of 
California, therefore proclaim May 22 and 
23, 19'-j9. as POPPY DAYS IN CALIFORNIA, and 
urge full and generous public support in 
recognition of the sacrifices of those who 
helped d^^fend their country. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed tills lyth 
day of Marcn, A. D. , 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty -nine. 




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WHEREAS, on the 8tli day of January, 1959, a 
State of Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County 
of Los Angeles, as a result of fires in that county 
creating a serious potential of flood damage in the 
affected areas, in view of the imminence of heavy rain- 
fall; and 

V/HEREAS, the conditions warranting and 
necessitating the proclamation of such State of Disas- 
ter are now deemed not to be beyond the control of the 
normal protective services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of the public agencies and political sub- 
divisions of that county; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the powers and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of 
this State, do hereby proclaim the termination of said 
State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take 
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possible, be filed in the Office of the Secretary of 
State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my 
hand and canned the Great Seal of the State of Cali- 
fornia to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^ / 
day of April, 1959. 



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DISASTER 



WHiilll'^AS, on the 26th day of February, 1958, a State 
of Disaster was proclaimed to exist throughout northern Cali- 
fornia, from the southern boundaries of the counties of Santa 
Cruz, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Alpine, to the 
border of the State of Oregon, as a result of storm and flood 
creating imminent danger to the lives, health, and well-being 
of persons, the safety of public and private property, and 
the maintenance of essential services therein; and 

V/HEREAS, on the 2nd day of April, 1958, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist throughout the entire State 
of California as a result of storm and flood creating imminent 
danger to the lives, health, and well-being of persons, the 
safety of public and private property, and the maintenance of 
essential services therein; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating 
the proclamation of such States of Disaster are now deemed not 
to be beyond the control of the normal protective services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of the public agencies and 
political subdivisions of the State; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
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vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the termination of said States of Disaster; 

and 

I DIllECT that thin proclamation shall take effect 
immediately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State 
of California. 

IN V/ITKL13S V/IIERKCF, I h,ive hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Senl of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento, this /-'' th day of 

June, 1959. 

GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 

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PROCLAMATION 



Rapid development of transportation and 
communication has filaced every area of the 
nation and world within easy traveling distance 
of California. 

Technological advances have also provided 
an ever-Increasing amount of leisure time and 
stimulated interest In the West as a place in 
which to travel, take vacations and participate 
in a wide variety of sports and recreational 
activities. 

In recognition of the widespread public 
Interest in these activities, a great 
International Sports and Vacation Show will 
be held in the Los Angeles Sports Arena, the 
adjacent Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and 
the Olympic Swim Stadium from March 11 to 20, 
19fc'0, under the sponsorship of the Los Angeles 
Examiner, and with the support of an honorary 
committee of civic, industrial and recreational 
leaders from throu/^liout the State. 

Therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor 
of California, proclaim March 11 to 20, i960, 
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS AND VACATION WEEK, and 
invite participation and attendance at this 
superb exposition from all over the world. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
l^th day of June, A. D. , 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Fifty-nine. 




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A P U G L i\ M A T ION 



This year marks the one hundred and ciyhty-third 
anniversary of the independence of our nation. It comes at 
the time of a series of post-vjar crises and thus affords a 
singularly appropriate occasion for reflection upon the 
principles upon which our j^rcat nation vjas founded. 

So lonti as this country continues to be engaged in 
a strutjCilG with an atheistic and totalitarian foe who would 
deny the validity of the truths set forth in the Preamble of 
the Declaration of Independence, it is appropriate that the 
officers and employees of the State of California, wlio are 
daily ent^acod in demonstrating the vitality and strength of 
ueiiiocracy, set aside additional time for the re-affirmation 
of their faith in God and belief in the dignity of man. The 
opportunity to demonstrate this continuing faith not only 
aids in maintaininti our institutions but fortifies our people 
for tnc tasks which must be accomplished to ensure the 
survival of these Institutions lot\i after Communism will have 
disappeared from the eax-th. 

With these thoughts in mind, I, EDMUND G. BHOWN, 
Governor of California, pursuant to Section bTO^j of the 
Government Code, do liereby proclaim July 3> 1959* to be a 
special or limited holiday applying to State officers and 
employees only, and not appointed to be generally observed 
throughout the State by all classes of business and all 
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state, any political subdivision, or any city, shall be 
open and fimction in their normal manner. This day shall 
be observed by State officers and employees together with 
the ^;th of July as Independence Days in California, I 
further ur^e that on these days the flag of the United States 
of America be flovm from homes, public buildings and places 
of business, and that the officers and employees of the 
State of California join In patriotic observances in honor 
of the anniversary of the independence of our nation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed hereto 
Uiis 29th day of June, One 
'housand Nine Hundred and Fifty 
Nine. 




GOVEiiNOH OF C,1LIPX)RNIA 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, Edmvmd G. Brown, Governor of California do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on the 20th day of October, 1959, within the 56th 
Assembly District of the State, to fill the vacancy In the 
office of member of the Assembly from said District 
resulting from the death of Assemblyman Seth J. Johnson. 

And 1 do hereby offer a reward of $100 for the arrest 
and conviction of any person who violates any of the 
provisions of Division XIV of the elections code; the 
rewards to be paid untU the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of $10,000. 

In witness whereof, I have here unto set my hand and 
caused the great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this Z9th day of July, 1?»9 





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Honorable Frank M. Jordan 

Secretary of State 

State Capitol 

Sacramento 14, California 

Dear Sir: 



I have this date signed the enclosed proclamation 
and would appreciate your certification of it. 

Sincerely 



Edmund G. Brov/n, GOVERNOR 



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solden ann?ve?3a'rf ""aSkl^. ' o"''" ""'^l celebrate its 
boys of the nation ihcoro^rJ.^T<.°'' ^f^^'^^ ^° ^^^ 
grown until It now reaoh^l'^ooo So h°"^^"2 ^^^ steadily 
Since 1910 more than 33 5^0 iSo A??? "^f ^"^ leaders, 
every race, color and creed 'hJv.v^'*''"^ persons of 
the Boy Scouts of America ^""^ affiliated with 

ship'?Lf^J^l^I°iXsLaf ???^^^ cievelop^ent, citi.en- 
the American pcoDlea^h^^ fitness is recognized by 
training, of yoSth Tt ^^ '^ ^ distinct asset in the 
United Stated ?he Boy lcoJf^"'f \' '". '^"^^^ ^^^^ °f the 
fifty continuous years of v?tfi f America has given 
ties of the nation in Aal^^ \ "''''^''^ ^" ^^^"^ communl- 
and other times of' nubli^.^^ tornadoes, hurricanes, 
3ervlce to Ame;ica l.fthe ''g'^^Ou? .'h' 5"? 1?^^ ^^''"^'^'^ 
incident to the natLnarelectIons"o?'';QRP^ campaigns 

?he ?SJ?a^'? co^nt?ibitl°n.-1i^fr^%^^^'^ --^nlze 
t.e„.undreds of ^^^^V;^,^^ - 



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?f Scoutm, wh^ Clve or?helr\°imfand ^""'^ '^"^^^^ 
leadership of Cub Scout n^^t^ u ."^ resources to 
Explorer units, a.surln/?h?;^n?°^ f^"* ^^^'^P^' ^"d 
dedicated ^e.a^rs^^^^^^!^^^^l^^^^r^ and 

Broin,'So:ernor'JrSnfornlf 'lo^'f^^ J""^ ^' ^^-"^^ «• 
the year i960 bo known !• SS^pnrrS^^^?^ Proclaim that 
YEAR, and I call upon a?l Stize?^ .n^'f'^^ ANNIVERSARY 
Scouts of America their fi>?T^.r ^^''^ ^^^ ^'^^ 
so that more and more bovs and v?''^"^'"^^^^" ^"^ ^"PPo^t 
and elGhtecn years or age mt been^ -"en between eight 
Scouts of America. " enrolled in the Boy 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed thlc 30th 
day of July, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Hfty-nlne. 





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The people of our nation are observing 
OctoLor 1' -;:i aij Nalioiiai Newspaper Week. The 
tlieme Tor tiiis 20th annual observance is "Your 
Newspaper — Freedom' s Textbook." 

It is most appropriate for Callfornlans to 
Join in iionoring the people of the newspaper world. 
Inasmuch as tlio foundei- of National Newspaper Week 
is a Galifornian, Jolm B. Long, general manager 
of the California Newspaper Publishers Association. 

From the beginning of this great nation, 
Americans liave turned to their newspapers for 
truth. In newspaper columns, too, they have 
found space for their own opinions and those of 
others. 

In a world threatened as never before with 
the loss of freedom, newspapers stand guard over 
the rights of free people. The freedom of the 
press, of course. Is so basic in our way of life 
that it stands forever guaranteed in our 
Constitution. 

Therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim October 1^-21, 
19^39, as NEWSPAPER WEEK in California. I suggest 
that Callfornlans acquaint themselves anew with 
the freedom of the press and the other guarantees 
which our nation's founders wrote as the first 
ten amendments to our Constitution. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this l6th day 
of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Fifty-nine. 





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PR0CL;\1JIATI0N 
Preventing Tokay Grape Crop Loss 



UliERE^^b , An unseasonal and heavy rainfall has occurred 
in many parts of California over the past three days, 
September 17 through September 19; and 

.(lici.ui/i^, In certain Tokay jj.rape producing sections of 
Northern California this unseasonal rain endangers the market- 
ability of the important Tokay grape crop; and 

«i/HEREAb, This emergency requires unusual action to reduce 
the loss which \vlil be encountered by many producers, which 
will total several millions of dollars unless prompt protective 
action is taken; 

NOW, THiiI-LS/-KC, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, 
do proclaim that a state of emereency exists in said Tokay grape 
producing areas of Northern California warranting the use of 
every device, service and equipment ns an aid to prevent 
deterioration of the crop about to be, or in the process of 
being, harvested, and do direct that the Director of the 
California Disaster Office and other agencies of the State of 
California take prompt and effective action to render all 
possible aid to growers in view of the threat which the recent 
rainfall poses to the important Tokay grape crop of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this 19th day of September, 
1959. 





Governor hi C&lifornia 





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SPECIAL KLiJCTIOM PROCL 



I, EDm:--D a. DROOT;, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim aiid order that a special election shall be held on 
tne 3th day of December, 1959, within the Forty-first Assembly 
District of tiie ^tate, consisting of a portion of the County of 
Los Angeles, to fill tne vacancy in the office of State 

Assemblyman from said District resulting from the resignation 

of Assemblyman Allen Miller. 

AKD I DO ilEREDY offer a reward of one hundred dollars for 

the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of the 

provisions of Division XIV of the lilectlons Code; the rewards to 

be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 

purpose reaches the sum of ten tliousand dollars. 

IN OTTNiiSS MLiREOP, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 

the Great Seal of the Jtate of California to be affixed hereto 

this 23rd day of September, 19'j,9. 



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PROCLAMATION 



The Congress of the United States, the Legislature of 
California, and the leciaiaturca of 3B other atates 
have cafcabllahed seaquicentennial commisslonn to com- 
memorate the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary year 
of Abraham Lincoln';;, birth on February 12, I8O9. 



The Lincoln Sea 
of California, 
was directed to 
brating events 
Is cooperating 
national devoti 
in his own word 
hope on earth." 



quicentennlal Commission of the State 
created by act of the 19^9 Legislature, 

promote statewide programs for cele- 
as the anniversary year progressed. It 
witfi other groups intent on inspiring 
on to the Lincolniaw principles whi«h 
3 have made this nation "the last best 



These principles of honesty, justice, and democracy 
are urgently needed today as a bulwark in the charac- 
ter uf' American citizens against the complex challenges 
of domestic and foreign problems. For Lincoln's 
struggle for human rights and liberty still continues, 
as it did when he wrote from his heart to dedicate, 
on that nineteenth day of November, four score and 
sixteen years ago, not Just a cemetery at Gettysburg 
but himself and his people to the proposition that 
all men are created equal. 

The great task he defined still remains before us. 
We must continue to seek for ourselves and our fellow 
humans that essence of equality which he defined as 
"an unfettered start, an equal chance in the race of 
life." 

It is fittini^ that plans, exhibits, publications, 
celebrations and appropriate programs should empha- 
size the greatness and vaJuc of the life and charac- 
ter of Abraham Lincoln. His historical stature never 
stops growing. 



As Governor of California, I, 
pi'oclaim and declare that tine 
shall be a period of approprla 
bration of the sesquicentennia 
birth of Abraham Lincoln. I c 
to all community governments, 
educational institutions, all 
and all newspapers, radio and 
take such steps as they may de 
out the spirit and purpose of 



Edmund G. Brown, do 
years 1959 and i960 
te observance and cele- 
1 anniversary of the 
all upon and recommend 
all civic groups, all 
service organizations, 
television channels to 
em appropriate to carry 
this proclamation. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great 3 al of the State of California to be affixed 
this 19th day of November, /ODj, Ona Th^uaaijd Nine Hundrec 
nnrt ii"-i fty-n^.ne. \£ J 1 Y") 

of California 



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r^B 1 - 1960 

P R C L A_M_A_T_I_0_N RCir^t'mNH. Socfe'enMpfal 

M:iUam S«u«tan of Slot* 

WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 
exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of 
California be convened in extraordinary session, now, there- 






fore, 

I, EDMUND G, BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority In me vesfced by Section 9 
of Article V of the Constitution of the State of California, 
do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of California 
to meet in extraordinary session at Sacrajnento, California, on 
the first day of February, I960, at 2 p.m. of said day for the 
following purpose and to legislate upon the following subject: 

1, To consider and act upon legislation relating to the 
establishment of an emergency fund to meet unforeseen 
contingencies in connection with holding the Vlllth Winter 
Olympics at Squaw Valley, California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
first day February, i960. 






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Governor of Califolmla 



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WALTER C. STUTLSR 

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PROCLAMATION 



Caliiortijaiifi at'e a 1,ree-lovlnt; people, 
proud or tJieir ijiant rodwoods and I'lne mountain 
forests. On the bare hills and In tiie vast 
sunny valleys, every tree planted Is precious 
and hlciily prized. 

For the moat part our citizens are well 
aware oi' the impoi'tancc o£ conservation px-ot^rams, 
the need to preserve and expand oui- wooded 
areas, and tlic beauty of tree-lined streets 
and shaded areas in residential developments. 
Ti'ee planting continues tliroughout the year. 

Since 19'^!, undei' a requestlne; resolu- 
tion ui' tile State Legislature, Arbor Day has 
been proclaimed annually on March 7, as a 
fitting nieiTurlal to tlie i^renl naturalist, 
Luther Burbank. 

Tlicrefore, as Governor of California, 
I, Edmund 0, Brown, do iiereby proclaim 
March 7, lyuo, as ARBOR DAY in this State. 
I urge tnc day be observed by appropriate, 
planned planting of trees and shrubbery. 

IN WITNESS WiiEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed tills 2'jth day 
of Febi'uary, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty. 




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^Kcutiue Bepartmtnt 

^tote or California 



proclamation 



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i!xecotit)t Bcpartmcnt 

^itt of ealifomia 



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PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of California has been called in 
extraordinary session and has convened on February 1, 1960; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen and 
now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary to submit additional subjects to 
the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by virtue of 
the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and supplement my Proclamation 
dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following additional purposes thereto, 
and thereby permitting the Legislature to legislate upon the following subjects, 
in addition to the subject specified in the original Proclamation, to wit: 

Item No. 2. To consider and act upon legislation relative to air pollution. 

Item No. }. To consider and act upon legislation relative to public educa- 
tion above the high school level. 

Item No. 4. To consider and act upon legislation relative to revising the 
Rees-Doyle Health and Welfare Program Supervision Act. 

Item No. S. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the conversion 
of city streets to pedestrian malls. 

Item No. 6. To consider and act upon legislation establishing a procedure 
for the court determination of the constitutionality of acts appropriating money 
to pay claims against the State. 

Item No. 7. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the registration 
of vehicles, the removal of vehicles from the highways and public property, and 
the regulation of vehicle parking. 

Item No. 8. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the authority 
of the Board of Governors of The State Bar of California to determine the 
amount of regular annual membership fees of members of The State Bar of 
California, and classes thereof, and the classification of such members for the 
purpose of such regular annual membership fees. 

Item No. 9. To consider and act upon legislation relative to contributions 
for prior service under the Judges' Retirement Law. 

Item No. 10. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the func- 
tions and duties of members and employees of the California Law Revision 
Commission. 

Item No. 11. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the testing of 
the juice of fresh grapes. 

Item No. 1 2. To consider and act upon legislation to authorize local hospital 
districts to expend capital outlay funds for the acquisition or construction of 
additional patient bed capacity. 



Item No. 13. To consider and act upon legislation relating to public library 
districts. 

Item No. 14. To consider and act upon legislation relating to powers and 
duties of county boards of supervisors in the acquisition, construction, operation 
and maintenance of convention and exhibition halls, trade and industrial centers, 
auditoriums, opera houses, and music halls and centers. 

Item No. H. To consider and act upon legislation appropriating funds in 
augmentation of Item 278 of the Budget Act of 1959 for the Emergency Fund. 

Item No. 1 6. To consider and act upon legislation to provide for the can- 
cellation or refund of taxes for the Fiscal Year 1959-1960 on property as to 
which the church, college, orphanage or welfare exemption was available but 
inadvertently unclaimed. 

Item No. 1 7. To consider and act upon legislation relative to validating the 
organization, boundaries, governing officers or boards, acts, proceedings, and 
bonds of public bodies. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 29th day of February, 1960. 



[Attest] 






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P_R_0_C LAMATION 



MAR 2 -1960 

WHKREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen 'a^T now'" 
exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of California 
be convened in extraordinary session; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, 
by Virtue of the power and authority in me vested by Section 9 
of Article V of the Constitution of the State of California, 
do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of California to 
meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, California, on the 
second day of March, 19bO, at 2 p.m. of said day for the 
following purpose and to legislate upon the following subject: 

d^ath^penalt??' ''' "^°" legislation abolishing the 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
second day of March, 1900. 



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Governor of California 

'ATTEST: '*^-C^£X^C ^^ * 

Secretary of State 




V,'AI,TKH C. ST!.Tri,liH 

Aijiiltitaut Soci-otary of Stat* 



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l^xecQdtie Bepartmtnt 

^atc of CaUrornia 



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MAR 3 - 1960 
FRA};X fVJDRDAN, Sccrel^ry cf.5tj 



proclamation 




Aitiltoi; i«:.-»H(ry o* AIoH 



WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of California has been called in 
extraordinary session and has convened on February 1, 1960; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen and 
now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary to submit additional subjects to 
the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by virtue of 
the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and supplement my Proclamation 
dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following additional purposes thereto, 
and thereby permitting the Legislature to legislate upon the following subjects, 
in addition to the subject specified in the original Proclamation and other items 
added thereto on February 29, 1960, to wit: 

Item No. 18. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the issuance of 
bund'i to provide cipii.tl outlay for construction or improvement of public schools. 

Item No. 1 9. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the election of 
members of county boards of education. 

Item No. 20. To consider and act upon legislation relative to providing funds 
for the purchase of farms and homes under the Veterans' Farm and Home 
Purchase Act. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this third day of March, 1960. 




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JORDAN, Sec^ry d;^ . 

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proclamation 



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^KCutiDE ©cpartment 

3tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 

WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of CaHfornia has been called 
in extraordinary session and has convened on February 1, 1960; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen 
and now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary to submit additional 
subjects to the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and supple- 
ment my Proclamation dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following 
additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting the Legislature to 
legislate upon the following subjects, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation and other items added thereto on February 
29, 1960, and March 3, 1960, to wit: 

Item No. 21. To consider and act upon legislation to provide funds 
required by the Department of Employment for the administration of 
unemployment service, unemployment compensation and extended dura- 
tion benefits during the Fiscal Year 1959-1960. 

Item No. 22. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the 
distribution of sample ballots and voter information in connection with 
school district elections. 

Item No. 23. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the 
exercise of the power of eminent domain by the San Francisco Port 
Authority and the selection and tenure of that agency's port director. 

Item No. 24. To consider and act upon legislation relative to official 
court reporters in the Counties of San Bernardino, San Diego, and 
Sonoma. 

Item No. 25. To consider and act upon legislation relative to con- 
stables and marshals in the County of San Bernardino. 



Item No. 26. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the 
establishment of a municipal court in the Walnut Creek Judicial District. 

Item No. 27. To consider and act upon legislation to create an 
Embarcadero Municipal Improvement District in Santa Barbara County. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this tenth day of 
March, 1960. 




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Gotrmor of CaUfornts 




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SecrtUry of SUIt 




AsBiGtant Soorotary of Stato 



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dtattorCaltfornia 



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MARl < 1960 



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proclamation 



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ISienitioe Bepartment 

3tatt of ColiTomia 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of California has been called 
in extraordinary session and has convened on February 1, 1960; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen 
and now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary tu submit additional 
subjects to the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and supple- 
ment my Proclamation dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following 
additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting the Legislature to 
legislate upon the following subjects, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation and other items added thereto on February 
29, 1960, March 3, 1960, and March 10, 1960, to wit: 

Item No. 28. To consider and act upon legislation relating to sales of 
goods at less than cost. 

Item No. 29. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the 
bonding of dealers of vehicles. 

Item No. 30. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the 
payment of taxes by incorporated areas in fire protection districts. 

Item No. 31. To consider and act upon legislation to require a candi- 
date for partisan office at the direct primary election to obtain his own 
party's nomination as a condition to obtaining the nomination of the 
opposing party by means of the write-in process. 

Item No. 32. To consider and act upon legislation to increase the 
compensation of members of the board of supervisors of Tulare County. 

Item No. 33. To consider and act upon legislation to create an 
Esteros Municipal Improvement District in San Mateo County, and 
Bethel Island Municipal Improvement District in Contra Costa County. 



Item No. 34. To consider and act upon legislation to permit the 
exchange of state property located in the Rio Del Mar section of SeacHflf 
State Park for property owned by the City of Capitola and located at 
the corners of Esplanade and Monterey Streets in that city. 

Item No. 3 J. To consider and act upon legislation relating to the 
acquisition by the State of Federal lands in Riverside and San Bernardino 
Counties and the use and management thereof. 

Item No. 36. To consider and act upon legislation to amend Chapter 
390 of the Statutes of 1909 and Chapter 654 of the Statutes of 1911 
relating to lands granted to the City of Oakland. 

Item No. 37. To consider and act upon legislation to grant certain 
submerged lands of the State to the San Mateo County Harbor District. 

Item No. 38. To consider and act upon legislation relative to the 
use of tide and submerged lands in Morro Bay granted to the County of 
San Luis Obispo. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this seventeenth day 
of March, 1960. 





Gottrnor of Ctllfornu 



Srmttry of SItIt 




Ar.nifitaul; boci-otary of btato 



3£xecutitiE ©cpartmcnt 

^tate of California 



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MAR 2 :n960 
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proclamatioif 



WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of California has been called 
in extraordinary session and has convened on Ixbruary 1, 1960; and 

WHl' RliAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen 
and now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary to submit additional 
subjects to the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power vested in ine by law, hereby amend and supple- 
ment my Proclamation dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following 
additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting the Legislature to 
legislate upon the following subject, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation and other items added thereto on February 
29, 1960, March 3, 1960. March 10, 1960, and March 17, 1960, to wit: 

Item No. 39. To consider and act upon legislation relating to eli- 
gibility to engage in the business of, and bonding of, real property loan 
brokers and rel.uive to application of the Real Estate Law to persons who 
for compensation or in expectation thereof assist or offer to assist others 
in filing applications for purchase or lease of, or in locating or entering 
upon, lands owned by the State or Federal Government. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this twenty-third 
day of March, 1960. 




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PROCLAMATI 




APRl -I960 



Once again we approach that holy week 
of greatest meaning in all the Christian world 
Jefu^'^Chii'sf^f ""? resurrectic. of 'oi^^reior: 
4n^^r ,^5!^-^^^' touches every heart with Its 
sIlrLuIl'tSph!'''''' succumbing to shining 

The message and Its promise buoy 
eternal hope for all mankind. Never has It 
or?o3ay?'' """"^ ''^^" '" °^^^ 3trlfe.torn iorld 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G Brown 
Qovernor of California, do hereby Droc?a?m 
April 1, lybO, GOOD FRIDAY u'SJlgEoSt'oir 
f-lftf\ ^ """^^ ^^^ citizens of the Christian 
lalth to observe this day reverentlv and 
particularly to devote the threliours Ce 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of 
Calirornia to be af- 
fixed this 1st day 
of April, A. D., One 
Ihousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty. 






Governor 



ATTEST: 




Secretitry^of State 




WALViJK C. STLiXLKH 

Aosi^taat Secretary of Stato 



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^xecutiot Bepartment 

3tate or Calirornia 



FILED 

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APR;; -1960 
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proclamation 



WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of California has been called 
in extraordinary session and has convened on February 1, 1960; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which have arisen 
and now exist, it is deemed desirable and necessary to submit additional 
subjects to the Legislature for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and supple- 
ment my Proclamation dated February 1, 1960, by adding the following 
additional purpose thereto, and thereby permitting the Legislature to 
legislate upon the following subject, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation and other items added thereto on February 
29, 1960, March 3, I960, March 10, 1960, March 17, 1960, and March 23, 
1960, to wit: 

Item No. 40. To consider and act upon legislation relative to benefits 
payable upon the death of Members of the Legislature. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this sixth day of 
April, 1960. 




GoffTHor of Calif ornU 



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3tatc of California 

EXECUTIVE Q]fflKR 
By virtue Of t„e authority vested In „e t. S..,,^'Z^IPC 
Oove^ent Code, I ,«re.y create an advisor, co^lttee of 
fifteen (11.) ,„e„bers. to be known as "THE ««,«« AWISORY 

Counsel m carrying out his functions. 

said Co^lttee Is authorised and Insf^cted to study, evaluate 
and .a.e reoo™,e„datlons on pro^ran, and policy for the office If 
consumer Counsel toward the end of advancl^ the Interests of th 

people as consumers. 

said co^lttee shall act under the direction of the Consumer 
counsel and ™ay .a.e pr.,ress and mterl. reports on Its „or. 
at such tl„es as It dee.s appropriate to the Cons^er Counsel 
and to the Governor. 

Said Committee shall meet it- i^.,,,*- 

meet at least once every three months and 

may meet at such other times as It desires or .. 

"*^^-^^®^' o^ ^s requested by 
the Consumer Counsel. 



1^33 WHEHEO., 1 ...^ hereunto set my hand and caused the 
-eat seal o. the state or Calirornla to .e arrixed this 11th 
day or April one thousand nine hundred and sixty. 





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SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



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;'JL7 -1960 




AMiitiinl S*cr<)ary ol i\aH\ 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Oovemor of California, do hereby proclaim 
and order that a special election shall be held on the 8th day 
of Novemoer, I96O, within the Seventy-ninth_A8se mbly District 
of the State, comprising a portion of the County of San Diego, 
to fill the vacancy in the office of a member of the Assembly 
from said District resulting from the resignation of 
Assemblyman George G. Crawford. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 
for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of 
the provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto this 
Ist day of July I960. 





Governor 



ATTES' 




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FILED 

1.1 the cCce of :Sc Secretary of Sto' 
of the State of Colifof nia 



JUL 



1960 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION fP't^^M^WAN, 5?c^rY cfjjlj 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
and order that a special election shall be held on the 8th day 
of November, i960, within the Thirty-eighth Assembly District of 
the state, comprising a portion of the County of Kern, to fill 
the vacancy in the office of a member of the Assembly from said 
District resulting from the death of Assemblywoman Dorothy M. 
Donahoe . 

And I do hereby offer a reward of $100.00 for the arrest and 
conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions of 
Division XIV Of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until J 
the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the 
sum of $10,000,00. 

IN WITOESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto this 
1st day of July . I96O. 



ATTEST, 







Governor 



Se^etwy of State 

WAL7KH C. STUTiKH 

Aaslstant Secretary of St«to 



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SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 

.loBl S<cr«»pri ol Sim* 

1, EDMUND Q. BROWN, Qovernor of California, do hereby proclaim 
and order that a spscial election shall be held on the 8th day 
of November, I960, within the Eleventh Aasembly District of the 
State, comprising a portion of the County of Contra Costa, to 
fill the vacancy in the office of a member of the Assembly from 
said District resulting from the resignation of AssemblyTnan 
S. C. Masterson. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 
for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates emy of 
the provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sura of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed herdc this 




1st day of July 



I960. 




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Governor 



ATTB^: 




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PROCLAMA'i' ION 
OF A 
S TAT K OF UISASTE 



WHi-RliAS, the lav;s of the State of California 
empower the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an 
area or region of this State affecteci or likely to be af- 
fected by certain conditions of extreme peril to persons and 
property within the State, which proclamation shall be in 
writing and shall take effect immediately upon its issuance; 
and 

WHtREAS, it is provided by law that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office 
shall act as the coordinator of all state disaster activities 
in connection with such emergency, and every state agency and 
officer shall cooperate with the Director in rendering all 
possible assistance; and 

VJHEUl^AS, it ir further provided by law that during 
a State of Disaster v;hen the need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and county, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be 
the duty of local public officials to comply with such plans; 

and 

WliKHiiAS, 1, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find : 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety 



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of persons and property within this State have arisen and now 
exist as a result of major and widespread fires which have 
occurred and which are still burning in a large area within 
Los Angeles County; 

2. That the local authority in directly affected 
areas is inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of 
extreme peril by reason of their magnitude, which places them 
beyond the control of the protective services, personnel, 
equipment, and facilities of any single county, city and 
county, or city, and requires the combined forces of a mutual 
aid region or regions to combat; 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of 
a State of Disaster; 

NOW, THiiREP'ORE, I, Kf^'.UND G. BROWN, Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster exists in the County 
of Los Angeles; and 

I niHECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

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^tate of Calirornia 

IK VjITKESS WHKREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 

Done aL the City of Sacramento, this 21st day of 
July, I960. 



ATTKoT : 




GOVtHNOH OF CALIMRNIA 



(^Li^^^ /^' 




Secretary of State 



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WALTER C. STUTJK'? 

Ansiatant Socrotary oi" State 



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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE F DISASTER 

IvTiERKAS, the laws of the State of California 
empower the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an 
area or region of this State affected or likely to be af- 
fected by certain conditions of extreme peril to persons and 
property within the State, which proclamation shall be in 
writing and shall take effect immediately upon its issuance; 

and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office 
shall act as the coordinator of all state disaster activities 
in connection with such emergency, and every state agency and 
officer shall cooperate with the Director in rendering all 
possible assistance; and 

V/HiiHEAS, it is further provided by law that during 
a State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and county, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be 
the duty of local public officials to com.ply with such plans; 
and 

WHEREAS, EDMmo G. BROWN, Governor of the State of 
California, did find, on July 21, i960, that conditions of 




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extreme peril to the safety of persons and property existed 
in the County of Los Angeles as a result of major and wide- 
spread fires which had occurred and were still burning in a 
large area within thnt county; and 

VillijREAS, the Governor is under a temporary disa- 
bility to discharco the powers and duties of his office, I, 
as Lieutenant Governor and Acting Governor of the State of 
California, have found, and do hereby find: 

1. That condltionr, of extreme peril to the safety 
of persons and property within this State have arisen and now 
exist as a result of major and widespread fires which have 
occurreri and which are still burning in large areas within 
the Counties of Los Angeles and San Bernardino; 

2. That the local authority in directly affected 
areas is inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of 
extreme peril by rea.'^on of their magnitude, which places them 
beyond the control of the protective services, personnel, 
equipment, and facilities of any single county, city and 
county, or city, and requires the combined forces of a mutual 
aid region or regions to combat; 

3» That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of 
a State of Disaster; 

NOW, THLREFOim, I, GLLMN M. ANDERSON, Lieutenant 
Governor and Acting Governor of the State of California, by 

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virtue of the powers and authority vested in me by the Con- 
stitution and laws of this State, do hereby, proclaim that a 
State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Los Angeles and 
San Bernardino; and 

I DLIECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
of California, anH that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN V/ITNKSS WIIiiitEOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great ^eal of the State of California to be affixed 

Done at the City of Sap*7imento, this _2^^day of 
July, 1%0. 




ATTDST: 



LIL^UTLNANJ GOVbaNOR 
and ACTING GOVhRNCR 



Secretary of Ssxate 



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^tatt of California 



PROCLAMATION 



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DECLARING THK TERMINATION " o'>^^' \960 ! / / 
STATE OF DISASTER \\lt^^^- '*' ^^ /.^ ^*^ " 



WHEREAS, on the 21st (iay of July, I960, a State 
of Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County of Los 
Angeles, as a result of major and widespread fires creating 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property therein; and 

WHEREAS, on the 22nd day of July, i960, a State 
of Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the Counties of Los 
Angeles and San Bernardino, as a result of major and wide- 
spread fires creating conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property therein; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitat- 
ing the proclamation of such States of Disaster are now 
deemed not to be beyond the control of the normal protective 
services, oersonnel, equipment and facilities of the public 
agencies and political subdivisions within said counties; 

NOW, THKabFORE , I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the termination of said States of Disaster; 
and 



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I direct that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State 
of California. 

IN V.ITNESS WHKREOF, I have herexKito set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento, this j^^JL day of 



July, I960. 



GOVKHNOH OF CALH-XJaNIA 



ATTEST: ^ ^ 

Secretary of State 




Aaaiatant Secretary of btato 




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state of California 



PUuCLAilATIOM 



STAT li 



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FILED 

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gf lh« t'af of Cotifcfnio 

i 1960 

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Selv^o 1,; trL^f I'Z '■\'^ ^ ^'■''' °^ ^^S^°" °^ *-''" '^^^ affected or 
p;^it .dt'-S the iS' '":; w =«^^dltions of extreme peril to persons anS 
tlkf^ -V.^f • the ..tate, wi.ich proclamation shall be in wrltin. and shall 
take effect intnediately upon its issuance; and '" 

of the^SS'?o,iL^n.-^''°]'''^'^r-. ^^"^ "'^^ '^"^^^« "■ ^^-^te of Disaster the Director 
iJjif ^^-'fo'^-" Disaster iffjce iihall act as the coordiru.tor of all state 
disaster activities in connection vith such emergency, and every sStea^encv 
atiSta^LT tT '""''^'''^ -"''^ ^'- "^-^^- i:.^end^erin, aT^SbL^'"^^ 

,.,,„ ]!^'^^'^' it is further provided by law that during a State of Disaster 

of locS^oubllc ojJicia^'t''"''^/' -'Jr ''''''' ^^- ^"^^ i* ^"^11 "^^ the duty 
loc^ puciic oificials to comply with such plans; and 



hereb™^d"-'' ^' ^^ ^°^'''^'^°^ °^ the State of Calif omi 



0, have ^ound and do 



vitl,i^\lJi"\ate''JJ'''"' f "■'*":™ >»■•" <•" '"• '•fo'y »<• persons md pro.^rtv 

Plunas, ohasta, .ierra, and Tehama Counties; lessen, 

requires .i.e combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

the p^;ciSi^::%f srS3t:r Jn ^jt^^^-^-^ -^ --— - 

bv ^n^ ^;!^^<^. I, KDKUK. 0. BHtm , Governor of the .tate of California 
of S 'tate d '^'^''t ^"^ ^f '?°^iti- ^^'^t-d in ,.e by the ConstitutionIS iLs 
01 La.oen, .I'jmas, oJiasta, oierra, and Tehama; and v^ounties 

«onn J ^'^^J ^^'^^ ^^'^^ proclaaation shall take effect iiircediately and that as 
.ecret:;"o'^'t:'e'"r 'vr'^'f Proclamation be filed in the ofSe oTthe " 
gS:\?tSs1:;:i:^atit^'^"^'^' ^' '■''' ^^^^^^^^^ ^-"""^^^y -^^ notice be 



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Au.iatant Sucre .ary 






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^tate or California 



PROCLAMATION 



,,Hi ■ 4- "^L^^ appropriate each year to set aside ulme In 

■\!.r: 2^ /% ^l""^ °" *''^ contributions labor has made to the 
i^rowtn ot California. 

Drosnpr '.rt.^'^^^^'i" Watched our cities grow, our industries 
Z°er If ^n^^, bridges and majestic dams span and harness the 
No^'nLn n^i^^ f- J" ^^^^ °^" ^^^^® "« ^ee the hand of labor. 
ly the v^orker?"^ "^ '^" ^^^'' '^"^*^ ^^"^^^ ^^ ^'^ ^« tended 

^^^o4- < ■, '^? "^^'^'^ ""'^ gi'owth, made possible by labor, we need 
Ca??ro^n^ '° r^^"^ "^^ horizon. Over the next fi?teen years 
n^i ?^H^ '?^^ prepare for more than a quarter of a million 
new jobs each year. We will be ready, with the help of all 
to accept tne challenge and be ready. ^ ' 



m^Ho K 1 u" ^f'^osnition of the magnificent contribution 
ra^froL?^^""" in California, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governo 
in cf?[?orAir° ''°"'^''^' September 5, i960, 'as LABOR 



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ATTEST: 




Governor of 
DAY 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 30th day of 
August, A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Sijty. 



Governor of California 





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FILED 

In the ofStc of Ihc Sccre-ary of Sloto 
ui Iha Slal* el Colifornin 

AUG ■; (J 1960 
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of tK« Slut* ol CalMornIo 



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AMENDMEN T TO 
SPECIAL ELKC'TI ON PROCLAMATION '^"•" • 

OP JULY l,~igDD "/^ :.,i 

\^^i^^ 4i»;i1(inl Seercfan' -if Stat« 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
and order that a special election shall be held on the 8th day 
of November, i960, within the Eleventh Assembly District of the 
State, comprising a portion of the County of Contra Costa, to 
fill the vacancy In the office of a member of the Assembly from 
said District resulting from the resignation of Assemblyman 
S. C. msterson. This special election may be consolidated with 
the general election to be held on the 8th day of November, i960. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 
for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of 
the provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for th, 
purpose reaches the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto this 
12th day of September, I96O. 






Governor 



SecretariT-Cf 



State 




WA'.TxK C. STiJV.'.i.:; 

Aojistiiut 3ejri;t,u..'y of Stata 



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FILED 

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CEPl 51960 I 



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SPECIAL gLBCTION PmSCLAMATION ["«'!;( M^WAN, iccrej^ Qf^ ..,•* 
OF JULY 1, ~I^U^ ><^.iiiV.r:r.:!r:.'.tr::-r:;L-:-'-'^' 



Aniilunl S«cr«lary of Sl«1 

I, EDMUND a. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby yroclaim 
and order that a special election shall be held on the 8th day 
of November, 19bO, within the Seventy-ninth Assembly District 
of the State, comprising a portion of the County of San Diego, 
to fill the vacancy In the office of a member of the Assembly 
from said District resulting from the resignation of 
AssembljTiian George G. Crawford. This special election may be 
consolidated with the general election to be held on the 8th 
day of November, i960. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 
for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of 
the provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards 
to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the siim of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto this 



12th day of September, i960. 




Governor ^*^ 

ATTEST : - f7 A , Q « ^^ 

Secretary-of State 




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Id th« criCr of thf» S^crstorytof Stal» 
u( tK« Slatt ol California 



AMENDMENT TO 



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SPECIAL ELECTION PHQGLAMATION fPANKj^^^W, 5:c?J^ cj^ v- 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
and order that a special election shall be held on the 8th day 
of November, i960, within the Thirty-eighth Assembly District of 
the State, comprlsins a portion of the County of Kern, to fill 
the vacamcy in the office of a member of the Assembly from said 
District resulting from the death of Assemblywoman Dorothy M, 
Donahoe. This special election may be consolidated with the 
general election to bo held on the 8th day of November, i960. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of $100,00 for the arrest and 
conviction of any person who violates any of the provisions of 
Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until 
the total amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the j 
sum of $10,000,00. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereiinto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto this 
12th day of September, I96O. 





Gove mo 



attest:^^^^^ ^,n 

u 

Secretary of State 



WALTKR C. LVrUTI.KH 

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FILED 

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A PRCGLAh lA TION OF AN ALT EHNAT|^^^g;^^,^^;l 

TLMPOilAIiY SKAT OF STATE GOVEHNMhiNT 



WiEiy^-AS, section 38 of Article IV of the California 
Constitution, as approved and ratified at the general election 
held on November "+, 1958, and Chapter 61, Statutes of the I958 
First Extraordinary Session, are now in full force and effect; 
and 

WHEiiEAS, section 1 of said Chapter 61 provides that 
the Governor shall designate by written proclamation an 
alternative temporary seat of government for use in the event 
of war or enemy-caused disaster, or the imminence thereof; 
and 

ViHEliEAS, under the aforesaid provisions of the 
Constitution and statutes of California, the City of Chico 
has been designated as the alternative temporary seat of 
government; and 

V/HERhAS, conditions now existing warrant a change 
in the designation of the alternative temporary seat of 
government; 

NOW, THEilETOliE , I, EDMUND G. BiiOWN , Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State and 
particularly by section 1 of said Chapter 61, do hereby 
proclaim that the City of Folsom shall be the alternative 



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temporary seat of government for use in the event of war or 
enemy-caused disaster or the imiiinence thereof. I further 
direct that this proclamation shall take effect immediately, 
and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed with the Secretary of State. 

IK V.ITNi:.SS V/lIi.iiKOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 19th day of September, I960. 



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PROCLAMATION 




JhfsSta^e on Tuesday, the elchth day of November, I96O, at 
which the following offices are to be filled. 

THIRTY-TWO ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT OF THE 
United States; 

SeS:niS?S; ?SIS-f!^; SfRTV-THIBD; ™iRTY-FIFTH, THIRK- 

SEVENTH, THIRTY-NINTH; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty assembly 
districts of the State; 

THREE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OP THE SUPREME COURT for the terms 
prescribed by law; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT. DIVISION ONE, for the term prescribed by 
law; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE, for the terms prescribed by 
law; 

nwK ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, FIRST 
APPeSatISisTRICT, DIVISION TWO, for the tern prescribed by law,j 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, SECOND 
appellate DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE, for the term prescribed by 
law; 

ONK ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLAtImSTRICT, DIVISION TWO, for the term prescribed by law; J 

nuP as<?OCIATE JUSTICE. DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPeSatImstSkT, DIVISION THREE, for the term prescribed by 

law; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, for the terms prescribed by law, 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT - LAKE COUNTY; 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT - OFFICE NO. 9 - CITY AND 
COUNTY OP SAN FRANCISCO. 



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ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT - OFFICE NO. 3 - SAN MATEO 
COUNTY. 

ONE JUDGE OP THE SUPERIOR COURT - OFFICE NO. 2 - STANISLAUS 
COUNTY. 

Also, such other county and Judicial district, or other 
offices as are provided by law to be filled at such election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will also be 
submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and initiative 
measures as are required to be so submitted by the Constitution 
and laws of this State. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100) 
for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any 
of the provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the 
rev;ards to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended 
for the purpose reaches the siom of Ten Thousand Dollars 
($10,000.00). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand ami affix the 
Great Seal of the State of California this ,^^j*^^ay of 
October, i960. 




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uiifh itij rhvttuns and imagery, poetp 

events into color and drama. 

So e,>eaae « it, «^f°""iS Spring 

to hold suitable observance of this day 

each year. 

IN WITNKSS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be at- 
fixed this 10th day of 
October, A. D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
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To the State Treasurer under provisions of tiie State Collegfe-'--c 
Revenue Bond Act oi' 19^17 (Stat. 19^7* c. 1133, as amended) 

To iionorable Bert A. Betts, State Treasurer: 

WiiElffiAS, the Staue Board of Education of the State of 
California, on July 7, 1900, adopted a resolution authorizing 
tiie issuance of State CoIIcggs of Calif oi'nia Housing System 
ilevenuo Bonds and of ;;j1^,173,000 priiicipal amount of Bonds 
of Series A thereof, and said i-esolution v;as approved by the 
State Board of Coutroi of the State of California at a meeting 
duly and rejularly nold on July I9, 196O; and 

WIIEiffiAS, the State Board of Education of the State of 
California, on July 7, I96O, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds of 
Series A for sale, and to sell tiie some, in the parcels and 
numbers set forth in the fOx-m of notice contained in said 
resolution, and authorizing and I'cquesting the State Treasurer 
to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the purchase of 
said Bonds of Series A to be published in the manner and form 
provided in said resolution, and said resolution was approved 
oy tlie State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly lield on July I9, I96OJ 

now, THEiiEFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
S;:atc of California, hereby direct that you, as State Treasurer, 
offer said Bonds of Series A for sale, and sell the same, in 
ohG parcels and nurabers and pursuant to the terms and 
conditions set fortia in tae for.n of notice contained in said 
resolution of tlie Suate Boai^d of Education of the State of \ 



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Calirornla. Said Bonds of Series h to be so sold shall be 
V14,1Y3,000 In aggret;atc principal amount, all dated November 1, 
1939, and numbered Al to Alk,r(3, Inclusive. The sale shall 
take place at the office of the Treasurer of the State of 
California, State Capitol, Sacramento, California, at 10:00 A.M. 
(P.S.T.) on such date as ^ou ma^/ determine, but not later than 
Decemuer _iC, l^^uO. 

Hi WITNESS WiiEiiEOF, I have hereunto set i.iy hand a.id 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 27th day of October, l^oO. 



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DISCLAMATION 



For generations of Americans, 
Thanksgiving Day has been a time for 
prayer and of rejuioing in an abun- 
dant harvest and freedom in which to 
enjoy It. 

In accordance with one of our 
linetit spiritual traditions, I, 
Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California 
do hereby proclaim Thursday, November 2k 
lyOO, as TMNKSGIVING DAY In CaKfornia:^ 

May it continue to be a day of 
thanks to God, of family reunion and of 
sharing our bounty with peoples of 
other lands where harvests too often 
provide no cause for Joy. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 

have liereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Graat Seal of the State 
of Califoi-nia to be 
affixed this 4th day 
of November, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred Sixty. 




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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF MONEYR.'.!! . fOORDAN Secefe'v rf Majr 



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WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that the 
General fXind is exhausted and that there is money in the 
Architecture Revolving Fund not required to meet any demand 
which has accrued or may accrue against it; and 

WHEREAS, it has been detennined that, pursuant to Section 
16310 of the Government Code, moneys may be transferred from 
the Architecture Revolving Fund to the General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the Architecture Revolving Fund as soon as there is sufficient 
money in the General Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the 
Controller transfer not to exceed $55,000,000.00 in the 
aggregate, or so much thei'eof as may be needed from time to 
time during the balance of month of December, from the 
Architecture Revolving I'\ind to the General Fund under Section 
16310 of the Government Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 11th day of 
December, I96O. 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 60- CD- 2 y*^ '^J' 

WHEREAS, the United States Government, under the 
provisions of Public Law di^-bOb, has authorized the granting 
oi" matching funds for personnel and administrative expenses 
for the operation of civil defense orGsnlzations in the 
United States; and 

WHEREAS, one of the conditions of such grants is 
that employees of such civil defense organizations must be 
employed under an approved merit system; and 

WHEREAS, the California Disaster Office, which is 
the State civil defense organization, is part of the 
Governor's Office; and 

WHEREAS, Section 4 of Article XXIV of the 
Constitution of the State of California excepts officers 
directly appointed by the Governor with or without the 
consent or confirmation of the Senate and the employees of 
the Governor's Office from the provisions of State civil 
service; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the aulnority granted under 
the provisions of Section 1518.I of the Military and Veterans 
Code, do hereby direct that all officers and employees of the 
California Disaster Office, except the Director thereof, shall 
be employed under merit system standards which are in 
conformance with those stated In Office of Civil and Defense 



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Mobilization Manuel M25-2; and that the Director of the 
Calii'crnin Disaster Oi'rice shall contract with the State 
Personnel Board, ui»der the provisions of Section 11256 of 
the Governmer>t Code, for the admlnistrntion of such merit 

system. 

I FURTHER DIRECT that the provisions of this 
Executive Order shall become effective not later than 

January 1, 19 Si- 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this intWay of 

December, I960. 



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STATE OF CALIFOHNIA 



I, EDMUND a. BROWN, Oovernor of California, hereby pro- 
claim, pursuant to Section U of the California Water Resources 
Development Bond Act, 

That Chapt«r 1762, Acts of the 19^9 Oeneral Session of 
the Legislature of the State of California, being the Cali- 
fornia Water Resources Development Bond Act, was submitted to 
the people at the November 8, I960, General Election as Propo- 
sition 1, and 

That said act received a majority of the votes cast in 
favor thereof. 




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ul i«ia SluX of Colilutnia 

Ot' A >;,^ I ,i 1961 

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WHliRliAS, the laws of the State of California 
empower the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an 
area or region of this State affected, or likely to be 
affected, by certain conditions of extreme peril to persons 
and property vithin the State, which proclamation shall be 
in writing and shrill take effect immediately UDon its 
Issuance; and 

V^i:;REAo, it is provided by lav/ that during a State 
of Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office 
shall act. as the coordinator of all State disaster activities 
in connection with such emernency, and every State agency 
and officer shaJl cooperate Avith the Director in rendering 
all possible assistance; and 

WIliJiiEAS, it is further i)rovided by law that during 
a State of Disaster, when the need arises for outside aid in 
any county, city and county, or city within the region, such 
aid shall be rendered in accordcnce v/ith the mutual aid plans 
developed on a regional or ether basis; and that it shall be 
the duty of local public official? to comply with such plans; 
and 

V/I-IhHKAo. I, As Governor of the State of California, 
h?ve f oun'- and do hereby find : 



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1. That conriitions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property hnve arisen since Saturday morning, 
j£>nuary 1m-, 1'?61, .inH now exirt vithin the County of Vent^jra, 
State of California, as a rerult of hiph tides and waves 
caused by storms at sea, which have caused serious damage to 
property, loth public and private; and that predicted higher 
tides v/ouJd further compound an a] ready grave situation and 
might reasonably be expected to bring danger to life and 
further property loss in this critical area; 

2. That the Governcr has been requested to proclaim 
a State of Disaster by the Chrirman of the Boer'^ of Super- 
visors of t!io said County of Ventura; 

3. That local authority In the affected area Is 
inadequate to cope v.lth the aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril by reason of thoir magnitude, which places them beyond 
the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of said County of Ventura and requires the combined 
forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

h. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of 
a State of Disaster. 

NOW, THKilKFCIlB, I, Edmund G. Brovm, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaini that a State of Disaster exists in said 
County of Ventura; 



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I direct that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, ariri that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
of Calif crnia, and thnt widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS V/FliRi-CF, I h.-ve hereunto set ray hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this Ibtb day of January, I96I. 



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Secretary of State 




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PROCLAMATION 

DECLARING THE TbRlvIKATION 

OF THE 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, on the 3 6th flay of August, I960, a State 
of Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the Counties of Lassen, 
Pliomas, Shasta, Sierra, anr' Tehama as a result of ma:ior and 
widespread fires creating conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons an-^ property therein; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting an'' necessitating 
the proclamation of such a State of Disaster are now deemed 
not to be beyond the control of the normal protective services, 
personnel, equipment and fncllitier of the public agencies and 
political suh'^ivlr.lons within sair^ counties; 

NOW, TlkultKFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROV/N, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the termination of sal'^ State of Disaster; 
and 

I Hlrect that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately an^ shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed 
in the Office of the Secretary of Stnte of the State of 
California. 



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anr- caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 2nd day of 
February, 19ol . 




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WHEREAS, on the l6th day of January, 1961, a State 
of Disaster vms proclaimed to exist in the County of Ventura, 
as a result of high tiHes anfl waves causer" by storms at sea 
creating contritions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and propfrty therein; anr" 

WHEREAS, the conr?itlons warranting an.'' necessitating 
the proclamation of such a State of Disaster are now deemed 
r.^r. to be beyond the control of the normal protective services, 
personnel, equipment and faciJities of the public agencies and 
political subdivir;ions within said coimty; 

NOW, THEREPOI^, I, tDIUNu G. HRCV/N, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do 
hereby proclaim the termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I direct that this proclamation shall take effect 
imme^'iately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed 
in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of 
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caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of LJacramonto this znA flay of 



February, 1961, 




GOVERMOH OF CALIFORNIA 
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PROCLAMATION 




. >rhe trees of California have brought comfort 
and pride to the people in our land since 
the first days of discovery. 

The giant Redwoods, the handsome Oaks and 
the stately Pines are carried In the minds 
of all our visitors. 

It Is not enough for Californlans to rely 
on these trees provided for us by Nature. 
As our cities spread and our highway 
system grows we must take positive steps 
to plant new trees to assure that their 
verdant beauty will always be a part of 
the California scene. 

To further this effort, and as a tribute 
to our great naturalist, Luther Burbank, 
the Legislature In ly47 declared that 
March 7 annually should be proclaimed 
ARBOR DAY. 

Therefore, I, Edmund Q. Brown, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim March 1 , 
1961, as ARBOR DAY in this state. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 17th 
day of February, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-one. 




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Governor 




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^xccutitic ©tpartment 

^tm of Caiifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



We in California are proud of the high 
standard of living which we enjoy as a 
result of the continued Investment of 
individual savings and the hard work 
of our citizens. 

The annual Invest in America program 
provides all of us a good opportunity 
to re-emphasize our belief in the 
power of work, savings and investment 
to create new business and better job 
opportunities for all. 



Accordl 
May 6 a 
out Cal 
to Join 
of inve 
economl 
State o 
and the 
to grow 




ngly, I proclaim April 30 - 

s Invest in America Week through- 

ifornla and urge all Galifornians 

in re-emphasizing the importance 
sting savings in our various 
c endeavors so that the great 
f California and her citizens 

nation as a whole may continue 

and prosper. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
8th day of March, 
A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-one. 



JUjja 



Governor 
ATTEST: 




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AasiDtaut SocruLary of titttts 



'W^li - 1961 



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$tatc of Calirornia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER 



FILED 

In th« offic* of the S»crelary uf Stat* 
of th« State of California 

MAR 1 7 1961 
FRA!lKJ*^JORDAN, Icgf^i^ ;iUi^\s 



A>ti»lant S«cr«tory of &tot« 



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'•MERKAS THE SPECIAL COMMISSION ON PROBLEMS OF 
INSANITY IffiLATII.G TO CRIMINAL OFl^ENDERS — SUBSTANTIVE 
was created uy Executive Order dated May 4, 19o0, 
pursuant to Section o027 et seq., of the Penal Code; and 

VVIIEREAS, the Commission, in its first Interim 
Report submitted to me and to the Legislature, has 
indicated tnat it has made great progress in the study 
of problems of insanity but by reason of the scope of 
its mission will be unable to complete such studies 
witnin tiae period heretofore established for its final 
report, to wit, June 30, 19bl, and it is necessary that 
furtner time be provided; 

NOW, THEREFORE, The Special Commission on Problems 
of Insanity Relating to Criminal Offenders -- Substantive 
is hereby continued and instructed to present its final 
report and recommendations not later than June 30, 
1962, in tae manner prescribed by Section b02cl.3 of the 
Penal Code. 

IN WITNESS ^'WEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this Seventeenth day of March, 
A.D. Nineteen Hundred and 
Sixty One 



Governor of Callfomla 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



prlMltJ i« CAIIPOKMI* flTAtI mlMTlKC OPFICI 



EXECUTIVE ORDER 



^Kcutioc Bcpartmcnt filed 

»5tatc of California i„ .h. ck^. ^ .i... s«,.t»ry ot stat, 

ul the Sia1« of California 

MARl 7 1961 
FRANI^>r:^iORDAN, Sccartary yjt^fi 

im^i^^''^ AMuiunI Swci alary of Stat* 

TMo«r,i^>^^^' ^^^ SPECIAL COr'IMISSION ON PROBLEM*; OP 
INSANITY RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENDERS -- PTO^^RAT 
was created by Executive Order dated May k So 
pursuant to Section 6027 et seq., o? the' Penaf^ode; and 

IVHEREAS, the Commission, in its f i r-ai- t^¥^^a. 

[902 ln"?hr'°'""'^"^^^''^'^" not later tSIn jSne 30 ^^ 
Penal cSde.' """"'^ PX'escrlbed by Section 6028.3°of the 



IN WITNESS WIIERKOP, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
tne Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this Seventeenth day of March, 
A.D. Nineteen Hundred and 
Sixty One. 





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Governor of Califomi 



ATTEST 



Secretary of S^tate 




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i^xtcurioe Btpartment 

^tate of California 



PROCLAMATI^O 



FILED 

In ihe cfitce ol ih'* Secrslary o* Stal» 
of th* Stale of California 

R 2 7 1961 
'iOBOAM, Sjcrctdjy 




The Christian World is now entering 
the holy week with its eternal message of 
hope for a world still torn by conflict. 

The crucifixion and resurrection of 
our Savior, Jesus Christ, give us courage 
and comfort. It tells us of the triumph 
of life over death and of the certainty 
of peace to follow storm. 

Once again, it is a message to renew 
faith and restore strength for all mankind. 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, 
Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
March 31, I96I, GOOD FRIDAY, throughout 
our State. 

I urge all citizens of the Christian 
faith to observe this day reverently and 
particularly to devote the three hours 
between noon and three o'clock to prayer 
and meditation, dedicated to the principles 
of brotherly love upon which depend the 
peace of our spirit and of our worla. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 27th 
day of March, A. D. , 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty- 




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^lECOtitJC ©cpartment 
^tate or California 



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PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, The year I96I marks the 100th 
year in the colorful histories of Inyo and Mono 
Counties ; and 

WHEREAS, Civic officials and residents 
plan centennial celebrations to recapture the 
spirit of the hardy miners and cattlemen who 
settled Inyo County In I86I; and 

WHEREAS, Similar celebrations will be held 
to pay tribute to the settlers who discovered 
the ingged wonders of Mono County in that same 
year; and 

WHEREAS, The Boards of Supervisors of Inyo 
and Mono Counties have concurred in setting May 29, 
1961, as the official date on which they will 
Jointly observe their centennials; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EIMJND G. BROV/N, Governor 
of California, do proclaim May 29, 196I, an 
official holiday for all residents of Inyo aind 
Mono Counties, and do hereby urge all Call [.'"ornlans 
to join me in a salute to these counties and in 
best wishes for a prosperous and peaceful future. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
15th day of April, 
A. D. , One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and 
Sixty- one. 





Governor 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




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Aeaistant Secretary of State 



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^:^. I 8 1961 






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3tate of California 



PROCLAMAT ION 




DES IGNAT ING THE AREA V/ITH IN A TWENTY MILE 
AIRLINE RADIUS OF THE OROVILLS D AM 
AS AN IMPACT AREA 



V/HEl^AS, the State of California has undertaken a 

water construction project known as the Feather River Project, 

which has for one of Its objectives the construction of a 

multi-purpose dam and reservoir on the Feather River upstream 

from the City of Orovllle, County of Butte, State of Cali- 

fomla; and 

WHEREAS, construction of said dam and reservoir 

will commence on or about July 1, I96I; and 

v;}{EREAS, the Board of Supervisors of the County 
of Butte by resolution adopted on December 19, I960, has 
requested the Governor of the State of California to issue 
a proclamation designating the area within a twenty mile 
airline radius of the Orovllle Dam as an Impact area in 
accordance with Section 65OO2 of the Water Code: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of 
the State of Cnlifomla, do hereby find that: 

1. Such construction will cause a sudden influx 
of people into the impact area. 

2, The construction will require more than 12 

months to complete. 



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3tatc of California 2* 

3. The construction will result in serious fiscal 
problems to the affected local covemments. 

h. Peak construction employment on the project 
within the impact area is estimated by the Department of 
V/ater Resources to total more than 500 employees, 

5. The increase in population in the Impact area, 
found by multiplying such peak construction employment as 
estimated by the Department of V.'ater Resources by k.3, equals 
20 percent of the estimated population in the area on July 1, 
i960. 

Accordingly, pursuant to Section 65OO2 of the 
VJater Code, I hereby designate the area within a twenty mile 
radius of the site of Orovllle Dam as an impact area. 

Further, I do hereby declare this proclamation 
shall take effect Immediately. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this lOth day of May, I96I. 



ATTEST: 



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Governor of California 



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Secret^jpy of State 



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Aesistii'it' auoi-utary of State 



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^tait of California 



PROCLAMAT ION 

OF A 

S TATE O^ a I S A S T E R 



FILED 

In |U< office i.f !•<• SoKrlnry ol Stota 
cl*. SluHoKolllornia 

JULl .". 1961 

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i£xecutit)c Bcpartmcnt 

State or Colifomia 



WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, have found und do hereby findi 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have 
arisen and now exist as a result of major and widespread 
fires which have occurred and which are still burning in 
a large area within Uadera County; 

2. ThHt the Governor has been requested to 
proclaim a State of Disaster therein by the Chairman of 
the Board of Supervisors of the County of Madera. 

3. That tlie aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the 
existence of a State of Disaster) 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, GOVERNOR of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and 
authority vested in me by tlie Constitution and laws of 
this State, do hereby proclciira that a State of Disaster 
exists in the County of Madera; and 

1 DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 



immediately, and tliat as soon herea 



fter as possible this 



proclamation be filed In the office of the Secretary of 
State of the State of California, and that widespread pub- 
licity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

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pttmiti i* CAIIFORNIA ITAfB rilNtlNC OFFICft 



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^xccutiDt ©cpartmtnt 

3tatc of Caliromia 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed. 

Uoiie at the City of Sacramento this 13th day of 
July, 1961. 



ATTEST I 




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Governor of California 



cretary of estate 



Sec 



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3Pxcnitit)c Bcpartmtnt 

^tatc of California 



SPECIAL 2L2CTI0N PROCL AK.ATI ON 



I, EDMUND G. BROW, Qovernor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
thj 3rd day cf October, I9CI, within the Thirty-third Senatorial 
District of the State, (as described by Chapter 397 of the 
Statutes of 1931), consisting of the County of Ventura, to fill 
the vacancy in the office of Slate Senator from srid District 
resulting from the death of Senator James J. McBride. 

AND I DO il^REDY offer a re vard of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any parson who violates any of the 
provisions of Division XIV of the Elections Code; the rewards to 
be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. 

IN WITNiiSS WriSREOF, I 'lavo hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of Califurnla to be affixed hereto 



this ^th day of July, 19*^1. 




Governor 



ATT;:S7|: , r-v / 



Secretary of State 



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- Assiataiit Soci-'itary of State 



FILED 

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Mi - - 1961 



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State of California 



PROCLAMAT ION 
D ECLARING THE TERMINATION 
OF THE 
STATE OF DISASTER 

WHEREAS, on the 1 .'U li iltiy of July, 1961, a State 
of Disaster was pruclalined to exist in the County of Madera 
as a result of major and widespread fires creating conditions 
of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property therein} 
and 

WHEREAS, tlie conditions warranting and necessitat- 
ing the proclamation of siicli a State of. Disaster are now 
deemed not to be beyond the control of the normal protective 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of the public 
agencies and political subdivisions within said county; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of tlie powers and 
authority vested in me by tlie Constitution and laws of this 
State, do hereby proclaim the termination of said State of 
Disaster; and 

I direct that tlils proclamation shall take effect 
immediately and sliall, .is soon hereafter as possible, be 
filed in tlie Office of the Secretary of State of the State 
of Cal 1 f orn la. 



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^xccutiDe department 

State of California 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
af f ixed . 

Done at tlie City of Sacramento this l^lth day of 
August, 1961. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State 




tary of State 



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EXECUTP/E DEPARTT'EIIT 

STATE OF CALIFOm^IA 

FILED 

In lh« ofTicc ol ie S»cf«tory o* S»ol» 
oi tlt« Stat* oi CalHcrnio 

PKOCLAFlATIOM of a state of disaster crp > . 1961 

f RAMi;;!< JORDAN, Ssere'anf jjtifafe.. j' 

'X_^ AhuIuhI S»"«ion' of Siol« 

VfflE'ffiAS, tlie lawn of the State oi" California Impower the Governor 
to proclaim a state of disaster In an area or region of this State 
affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions of extreme 
peril to persons and property within the State, which Proclamation 
shall be in writing and shall take effect imraedlately upon Its 
issuance; and 

VillEaEAS, it la provided by law that during a state of disaster 
the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act as the 
coordinator of all State Disaster activities in connection with such 
emergency, and cverj' State ac;ency and officer shall cooperate with 
the Director In rcnderlne all possible assistance; and 

VJHEREAS, it Is further provided by law that during a state of 
disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any county, city and 
county, or city within the refe^ion, such aid shall be rendered in 
accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a regional or other 
basis; and that it shall be the duty of local public officials to 
comply v;ith such plans; and 

V/HEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have found 
and do hereby find: 

1. Tliat conditions of extreme peril to the safety 
of persons and property within this State have arisen 
and now exist as a i^esult of major and widespread fires 
which have occurred and are still burning within large 
areas of the State of Califoi'nla; and the acute threat 
of further v;ldespread fires creates an imminent danger 
to the safety of persons and .property within the State; 



2. That tho local authority in directly affected 
areas is Inadequate to cope with the aforesaid 
conditions oi' extreme peril by reason of their 
magnitude, v/hich places them bqicnd the control of 
the protective services, personnel, equipment sind 
facilities of any single county, city and county, 
or city, and requires the combined forces of a 
mutual aid rci^ion or regions to combat; 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the 
existence of a state of disaster; 

NCW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. DROWIJ, Oovemor of the State of California, 
by vii'tue of the powers and authorities vested in me by the Constitution 
and laws of this State, do Iiereby proclaim the existance of a state 
of disaster in the Counties of Butte, Nevada, El Dorado, Amador, Placer, 
Sonor.;a, Ilapa, Teiiaina and San Dier;o; 

And I dii>ect that this Proclamation shall talce effect immediately, 
and that as soon hereafter as possible this Proclar.iation be filed in 
the office of the Secretary of State of the State of California and 
that v/ldospread publicity and notice be i^lven to this Proclamation. 

IN WIT:«IESS WHEIIEOP I have hereunto set my hand smd caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done in the City of Los Angeles 
this c.th day of September, lyol. 




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r oj. Cal:i.Lornia 



ATTEST: 



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Secretar;/- of St^ 





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Vi^ooq 'Jo ^'if, ovUT/^oio 9hJ atfcwtfsqisq oT 

scoiiS lonori o3 bnc ibisn^i otXduq art;? nl 

,0'i;/;tiJli;!..'SOiI cinio'lIIcO en;i »ii n± or'-C^ns orlw 

oo o;f CJ^ •i9cio;JoO obite tfa^ auri ^nriJjjloasi vd 

.fi-Lnno'^llBO ni YAC YHrao-i iu^ icsy done bocf/rnrieloo 

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^xenitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

3tatE of (Talifomia 



PROCLAMATION 




Since man first put thought to word it 1, 
the poet Who has been thf weaver S'smUb 
of power and beauty from the gray thSada of 
the commonplace. Poetry la^Sl i»^ °^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto aet my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be af- 
fixed this 26th day of 
September, A. d.. One 
aSiousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty- One. 

Governor 
ATTEST: i^^L^^,^,^^. /iS), 
Secretary of SWte 




FILED 

III th« oflico of ili« S«»cr«iory of Stota 
of tde Slat« of Colifcrnia 

st:P2 i; 1961 

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3!xefutitit ©tpartment 
^tate of California 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
the 23rd day of January, 1962, within the Thirtieth Assembly 
District of the State, (as described by Chapter 397 of the 
Statutes of 1951), consisting of the County of Stanislaus, to 
fill the vacancy in the office of State Assemblyman from said 
District resulting from the resignation of Assemblyman Ralph M. 
Brown . 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of the 
provisions of Division 15 of the Elections Code; the rewards to 
be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for the 
purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. ($10,000)." 

IN WITNESS WHEFIEOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto 
this 20th day of October, I96I 




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Governor 



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Sec re 



State 



U'eputy Si^tary of State 



FILFID 

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bf «h« &tai« of Colifurnio 



Prtmiti to CAtlPORItU tTATf miMTIIf* evficB 



At J-'JO o'clock. /-? M. 

FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of Stale 



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^tate or California 




PROCLAMATION 



In a world clouded with fear and uncertainty, 
I Join witu other Californians In a plea for 
a re-dedlcatlon to the principles of Thanks- 
giving Day as expressed by our Plymouth 
Colony forefathers 3^0 years ago. 

On that day, colonists and Indians Joined in 
thanksgiving and celebration of God's gifts. 
There was an end to the fighting; there was 
peace and freedom and charity in the hearts 
of men. 

In recognition of those American ideals of 
thanksgiving on which this nation was 
founded, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of 
California, do herebv proclaim Thursday, 
November 23, I96I, as THANKSGIVING DAY in 
California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th 
day of October, A. D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty-One. 

Governor 



AITEST: 




Secretary of state 



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iExtctttii3t ©epartmcnt 

;S*t3tc of Calirornia 




PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF DISASTER 

WHEREAS, tlio laws of the State of California 



empDWer the Governor to |>ro(^liili 



State of Disaster in 



all area or rogi<j)i of t h i ^; State- aflected or likely to be 
aflected by certain conditions of extreme vieril to persons 
and pro|)erty wltliin the Statu, which proclamation shall 
be In writing and shall take effect Immediately upon its 
issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it Is provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster the Director of tlie California Disaster 
Office shall net as the coordinator of all state disaster 
activities in connection witli such emergency, and every 
state agency and officer shall cooperate with the Director 
in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it Is further provided by law that 
during a Stati- of Disaster wlien the need arises for out- 
side aid in any county, city and county, or city within 
the region, sucli aid shall be rendered in accordance with 
the mutual aid plans developed on a regional or other 
basis; and that it sliall be the duty of local public 
officials to comply with such plans; and 



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i£xtcutitiE Bepartmcnt 

^totc of (California 



WHEREAS, I, as Govi^rnor of the State of Cali- 
lornia, hav<; found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have 
arisen and now exist as a result of major and widespread 



fires which hav 



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curred and which are still burning in 



a large area witliin Los Angeles County; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to 
proclaim a State of Disaster therein by the Mayor of the 
City of L<js Angeles. 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the 
existence of a State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFOUE, 1, EDMUND G. BROWN, GOVERNOR of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of 
this State, do hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster 
exi.'its in tlie County of Los Angeles; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary of 
State of the State of California, and that widespread pub- 
licity iind notice be given to tills proclamation. 



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iExtcutiViE Btpartmcnt 

;S«tatc of California 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and cnUKod tlie Groat Seal of tht State of CBllfornia to 
be af f i xed. 

Uoiie at the Ctty ol Sacramento this (ith day of 

November, l'J61. 



ATTEST I 





Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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^tm of California 



RESCISSION OF 

ORDERS, RUUiS AND REGULATIONS 

TO TAKE EFFECT UR3N 



TilE EXISTENCE OF A STAT^ OF EXTREME EMERGENCY 
AS A RESULT OF ENEMY ATTACK 






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fl6 A RESULT OF ENEMY ATTACK /'' / 

OK WARNINC; T,UT AN ENEMY ATI^ACK IS iZ^^^ OR IMMINE^/^ 



a of th,. MiUtiu-y a.Kl Veterans Code provides: 



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WHEREAS, Section I5:i.' 



in uritin,. .. , w extreme cmerpency shall be 

Ai:;i:;;tu;;^jL^:d:r:tt^"" "^::r:^ir^ " r" 

to t„o approval of the Disaster 'c^unc d sh:!!"*^* 
effect imnu-dintely upon .ucl, approval. ... .\V' 

of caxiforr; H^^^'^^'^TT '' 'T ' ^°— °^ *•-' «^-^ 

"y t... CoMsti^utLn a .d i ws of tZVltT ^"V""^"' ""*'"■' ^^ ^ 
tl.e provisions of Section is-^si^\f'*'' ""^ ^" accordance with 
do hereby rescind O^derrNo^'-Jh^Lri^^^^^V ^^^ Veteran. Code. 

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veteran« Code, ..^,/.:--;,- ^^^^^f j:Se°L::di:i:i;r^ -^ 

t..e Great sLf r?t^-^--fo:-:t°br:ffCd:^ -^ "-- 

'>""<• -^t the City of Sacra„,ento this ^^ ,3y of December. 




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OJVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST 






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Secretary of SK/te 



_ A;)|iroved by the 
lA STATE DISASTER COUNCIL 
on Decemlx^r 4, 1961 




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3tJtc of California 




ORIffiRS, RVLES AND KEGULATIONS 

l^ROMULCtATKl) HV TllH COVBRNOR 

TO XAKJ3 m'I'KCT UPON 

T E EXISTENCE OF A STATE OH EXTREME BMBRG©IC 

AS A RESULT OF BNEMV ATTACK 

O^ WARNING TIIAT AN ENEMV A'lTACK IS PROBABU- OR IMMINENT 



WHEREAS, Section 1505. .s of tho Military ..ul Veterans Code provides: 

"A 'state of extreme emertjency ' exists inunediately 
and witliout a proclamation thereof by the Governor 
wl>enever this State is attacked by an enemy of the 
United States or upon receipt by t)ie California 
Disaster Office of n warnin;; from tl,c Air Force or 
other authorized federal agency indicating that 
such an enemy .ittack is probable or imminent^.."; 

and 



WHEREAS, Section 1535.1 of the Military and Veterans Code provides: 

"The Governor may make, amend, and rescind the 
necessary orders, rules, and regulations to carry 
out the provisions of this cliaptcr with due con- 
sideration of the plans of tho Federal Government. 
...... Any orders, rules, and regulations, or 

amen^liuents or rescissions thereof, made in the ab- 
sence of a period of a state of extreme emergency 
shall be m writing, shall be exempt from the pro- 
visions of the Administrative Procedure Act 
but shall be subject to the approval of the Dis-*' 
aster Council, .-.nd sh;,il tak. effect Immediately 
upon such approval ". 



of c Uf. ' J"^"^'-^'^. I. ^™^'> «• HROWN', Governor of the State 

ol talitornia, by virtue of the powers and authority vested L me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State and in accordance "ith 
the provisions of Section 1535.1 of tho Military and Veterans Code 
do hereby promulgate, issue and establish the following orTL' 
rules and regulations, which are considered necessary for thrnrn 
tection of life and property during tl>e period of such a stte of" 

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lExenitioc Bcpartment 

3tGtc of California 



ORDER NO. 1 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all orders, rules, and regula- 
tions issued pursuant to thr State of Extreme Emergency shall take 
iftect upoti tlioir issuance, and shall remain in full torce and 
effect during the l)erio<1 of tlie State of Extreme Emergency and until 
the declaration of termination of the State of Extreme Emergency, 
except wlien terminated prior thereto by the specific provisions of 
any sucli order, rule, or regulation. 



ORDER NO. 2 

IT IS HEREBY ORDEIUjD that, immediately upon the existence 
of a State of Kxticiiu' Eiinrj-ency by reason of enemy attack or the 
receijjt and disscMniiiation by tlie California Disaster Office of a 
warning indicating that such attack is probable or imminent, all 
counties, cities and counties, and cities of the State will immedi- 
ately sound the indicated warning signal or take other appropriate 
action to warn residents. The Director of the California Disaster 
Office is liercby directed to prescribe tiie warning signals necessary 
to effectuate this action. 



ORDER NO. 



IT IS IIBREHY ORDERED that the Director of the California 
Disaster Office, in accordance with State Government organizational 
plans, is authorized and directed to act on behalf of the Governor 
and in the name of the State of California in implementing and 
operating tlie California Civil Defense and Disaster Flan; is author- 
ized to assume command and control of operations within the State 
in accordance with such plan, insofar as adiierence to such plan is 
adequate; to ileviate from such plan, as directed by the Governor or 
to the extent and in such manner as lie may deem necessary for the 
protection of life, property, and resources of or within the State 
against unforeseen circumstances or hazards which, by reason of 
their character or magnitude, are beyond the scope of such plan; and 

IT IS RIRTliBR ORDElUiD that the Director of the California 
Disaster Office is authorized to delegate such powers as are herein 
granted, or as authorized under Section 1518.2 o£ the Military and 
Veterans Code, to personnel of his office as lie may deem necessary, 
and such personnel may act on behalf of and in the name of the 
Director of the California Disaster Office in carrying out any 
authority so delegated; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Director of the California 
Disaster Office is iiuthorized to delegate sucli powers as are herein 
granted, or as aiitiiorized under Section 1518.2 of tlie Military and 
Veterans Code, to the Regional Coordinators of each of the Mutual 



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iJxccutitic Bcpartment 

^tm of California 



Aid Regions of the State, including the authority to assume coimnand 
and control of operations within their resjiective regions in accord- 
ance witli tlic California Civil Defense and Disaster Flan; to imple- 
ment and operate such plan as it applies to their respective regions; 
and to deviate from such plan as directed by the Director of the 
Disaster Office, or to the extent and in such manner as the Regional 
Coordinator may deem necessary for the protection of life, property, 
and resources, of or within his region, against unforeseen circum- 
stances or liazards whicli, by reason of their cliaracter or magnitude, 
are beyond the scope of sucli plan. 

ORDER NO. 4 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all State and local officials 
or persons liolding positions of responsibility in the State or in 
local accredited civil defense and disaster organizations, and all 
registered Civil Defense and Disaster Service Volunteer Workers, and 
all unregistered persons impressed into service during the period of 
the State of Extreme Emergency by a person having the authority to 
command the aid of citizens in tlic execution of his duties, are here- 
by declared to be members of the California Civil Defense and Disaster 
Corps; and 

IT IS FURIIIER ORDERED that all officials of local politi- 
cal subdivisions of tiie State, and all registered Civil Defense and 
Disaster Service Volunteer Workers, wlio perform duties in the State 
or Regional emergency operations headquarters are hereby declared 
to be personnel of the staff of the California Disaster Office for 
the iieriod of the State of Extreme Emergency j and are subject to the 
direction of tlie Governor, tlie Director of the Disaster Office, 
and/or tlie Coordinator of the headquarters to which such persons are 
assigned or attached; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED tliat all officials and registered 
Civil Defense and Disaster Service Volunteer Workers heretofore des- 
ignated as Coordinators or as staff personnel of Operational Area 
organizations, wliich liave been approved by the Disaster Council, 
are hereby declared to Ix- personnel of the staff of the California 
Disaster Office. 



OilDER NO. 5 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the governmental functions for 
the protection of lives, property and resources of the State and of 
every political subdivision thereof shall continue in full force 
and effect and all duly constituted officials of the State and of 
every political subdivision thereof sliall continue to discharge 
their responsibilities and sliall ci>irinly with, enforce, and assume 
the responsibility for implementing such rules, regulations, or 
orders not inconsistent witli or contradictory to rules, regulations, 

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rlans and procedures. ^'^^^rnov, in accordance with approved 

OKU£l< NO. b 
IT IS IIEKEUV ORDKliBI) tl>=.+ 

State r « '""'^^ °^ "* i-'a«t five d ys firr T"'"'*-^ "^ P'^'^i"- 
Stdte of Bxtrome Em.^rge.icy excent ^^^ f°ll°wi"g the onset of a 
a.s determined by federal' state o! f' i ' "'°"' --sentiai purposes 
Porxshables i„ da„,or of '.po • I.^^:^ ^"^^^^ authorities and except for 



ORDHR NO, 



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5iic beverages 



ORDER NO. _8 

products shall oixm-t+p /, ' '^^♦aii outlets for netl-^i 

prescribed by th^ 'A^u^U^rr/ :i?'\^"^^^ ^'^ -^£^0^"" 
jurisdiction in whi.h they .,re iCcat"^.. " authorities of the 



O RDER NO. 9 



cludin, thofe\:.d?f^r ™ *'r ^'' --^"l-^^e foodstoc.s i„. 
a-Kl brokers, be held subject to tj'^'T''''- -^""^-alers, agents 
^3trator. except as i.ereirLt^d!^ "'"*"' °^ ^'^ ^*«t<^ Hood^Alin- 

(1) Fresh fluid ,„iu, f^esh fr„it. ^ 

are not subject ;, thi. orde^t and "'^^'"''^'^ ' -" bread 



(2) 



Supplies necessarv f,^,- ^i 

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^tatt of California 



authorities operatinp in accordance wit!i existing State 
anil Federal food supply policies; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDBlUil) that, following the [vriod of pro- 
hibition of sales imposed by ORDKU NO. f, retail outlets for food 
stocks shall operate in accordance with rules and regulations pre- 
scribed by the civil defense and disaster autliorities of the juris- 
diction in which tliey are located, 

ORDER NO. 10 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED tliat all drugs and medical supply 

stocks in California, intended for wholesale distribution, shall be 

held subject to the control of the Director of the California Disaster 
Office; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, following the period of pro- 
hibition of sales imposed by ORDER NO. 6, retail outlets for drugs 
and medical supplies shall operate in accordance with rules and 
regulations prescribed by the civil defense and disaster authorities 
of tlie jurisdiction in which tliey are located. 

ORDER NO. 11 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, pursuant to Sections 1915 and 
1916 of the Finnnciyi l^ode , all banks shall close immediately. 



IN WITOESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at tlic City of Sacramento this 13th day of December, 




iTOVERNOR OP CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST: 



Secretary 



ary of sWAe 



A p)' roved by the 
ICvIxi STATE DISASTER COUNCIL 
on December 4, 19til 



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13 o.i.f !;»?l7lG lo e^o25J:vo^q en.: 

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^tate or Caliromia 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order chat a special election shall be held on 
the 13th day of February, 1962, within the Thirty-first 
Senatorial District of the State, (as described by Chapter 397 
of the Statutes oi' 1951). which is within the County of Santa 
Barbara, to fill the vacancy in the office of State Senator 
from said District resulting from the death of Senator 
John J. Holllster, Jr. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars for 
the arrest and conviction of any person who violates any of 
the provisions of Division I5 of the Elections Code; the 
rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended 
for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars. ($10,000) 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 1st day of December, 196I. 



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QOVERNOR 



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Assistant Secretary of State 



FICED 

In lb« oir.M of 111* &«c.elaf » oi Side 
of Ih* Sl«l» of Colifornio 



DEC 1 - 1961 

FRAHK M. jeiJPAN, Secretaiy of Mv' ,^,- 



\ ^•^AiiUtant S*er*lory of Ston 






€;x£cutitic ©epartmcnt 

^atc of Califoniij 

SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 
I, ED^nJI^!D G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
the sixth day of November, 1962, within the Eighth Assembly 
District of the State, (as described by Chapter 397 of the 
Statutes of 1951), within the County of Sacramento, to 
fill the vacancy in the office of State Assemblyman from 
said District resulting from the death of Assemblyman 
W. A. Jiramie Hicks. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
(?100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections 
Code; the rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to bo 
affixed hereto this 12th day of January, 1962. 






Governor 







AsrjJaLaut Sacrotar^ of Stalo 



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.sii-'Cfrn e»i:t bntj Haaasiq 9xl;t ;ioqc;lt; oXqoo^ g 1o aovll 

Luolverrq .cmeldoiq ;^nou9iq lo ticfooi orl;t orrn i-cujllsl iaal 

-•rsbnu biis bc3':8iio onn auol^inemlb euict iltiriT .\,:JJ;lRcJJtv 
.V-o-^-til lo Jxt'Ctnoo erlct iiirictlw ^clao •iliaolo bco;Jii 

■1'^ •_:.;:oIl8i:o jvi-aem oiict Jsem os i.ovi'jo'u/o i'-i.;t8j, ow tA 

_i.oil;t it'^lniioco'i bns wc.-fji ctci/m i^v lo lis .vaboct v'u:r5'i'i;J 

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oi' iiior:;t .;o w(?iFi oi olde 9d IIlw 9W snom vcli 93'^ctl^9r^ brsfl 
,oini3n>ib "> cuc-wq o:i bns cmobc-oil bvilidUi auo gvisiio'iq 

.s'lrcjf/l evJio£.oi^iOiq 

bo-iniosb and i,-xuiBLiil;^c-d ericT .i'oal icAJ lo no±ctIn;.,oo9i nl 

oR bG^qn^Jtuob od \.iRjr'icfU lo ri^nom Krict i3t)\, dcjo ;tBil;; 

• sln-iolIInO ux licJnoK ^lO^JalH nool'i;.(n.\ 

c.--^ tSiiiiiollIsO lo lon'iovoO »nwo'x<-i .D bnun.bh »! .aHOiaHHKT 

.11 rlJnoK \,-to-jQ.ni liCoiiomA ,!:2d<;2J^ , liisi/ido'd jnlaloo-iq \;d9i9n 

jClooarJ -inc .anoslcTlo wollol \fa LL^i >Jc3 bur. tS^fsd.- itro 

-icbn0 ax iiic', oJ i,iioi:-ssxna;..io ylvlo bns tquoijj olctolictfjq 

-c'xq LLlvi <.h cililMlion .iouo nl raiic/iqltlctiBq bna ;,ni:'ind 

^do'ieiii uii.-. L'iiGo'i'^yil ni>J:-i luo lo i,albAi:^ic.'i3UL-iu olLouq .iota 

,9lll 10 isw olctaioomsb luo n9rl;^^n9icta 



;.v-,n I »''IOKH£Hi/ aaaOTiw 
unQrl \,m ctcc. octnucioil 

lo 9iSJf<- Sfi;f xO iB'Jc. 

bDXllln 9d oct r'5±4:-io"j.±lRO 

.VxniJirJl. lo (.'ib lU^Yi i.lti'J 

sni.l bnciiiiJoriT taO ,.a.A 

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^Kcutiut ©cparnncnt 

^tm or California 

PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In lh> cBio of th.i S«i:r«lury of Slot* 
al lh« StoM ol Colilutnio 

JMl :■ t- 1962 

m^iij^. mm. sct'?'«fY.^'te 



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Jilt Secretary oi iiara 



The study of history Is more than the study of the past, 
*lhat has gone before In the life of a natl»jn and in the 
lives of a people shapes the present and the future. 

Past failures are the roots of present problems. Previous 
successes are the wellsprlngs of present strength and 
vitality. Their true dimensions are charted and under- 
stood clearly only within the context of history. 

As we gather ourselves to meet the massive challenge of 
tyranny today, all of us must know and recognize those 
great sources of national strength which will enable us to 
withstand this test. 

The more fully we understand and appreciate our history 
and heritage the more we will be able to draw on them to 
preserve our inherited freedoms and to pursue a dynamic, 
progressive future. 

In recognition of that fact, the Legislature has declared 
that each year the month of February be designated as 
American History Month In California. 

THEREFORE, I, Edmund 0. Brown, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim February, 1962, American History Month in 
our State, and ask all my fellow citizens, our schools, 
patriotic groups and civic organizations to Join in vinder- 
taklng and participating in such activities as will pro- 
mote public understanding of our rich heritage and thereby 
strengthen our democratic way of life. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this 30th day of Januax^ 
A.D. , One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty -two. 




Governor 



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ATTEST : 



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Secretary or State 




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Dri'j i/JscJi. iiJthJ lo clqooq aiU oct ool-xq "io t.01001. g sia 
ovarl dolriw \;;foacd lB'iu;Jnn 'lo uicrqi-a \;nRr] oriJ "lo sno 

.olnio'IIIfiO oJ oms'i 3flsuoid 

ciu:isa no v.it>-i oJ risuoas ;ton aJ: dl cJsr:? woro! cn^lnao'llIsO 

al ;:99'io lu'll^unod "io LbiiQ:)i. luo utso-ionl una ;to95oiq oi 

lo'i ;jGri;? won^ \;oriT ..ictwoijj bns susi^^onq lo aoal scii 

bcvomon cniq ^IoJ3;Ji, 10 AaO pmccibneii .boowboH ;tns±a Visva 

•jfuJc.;- ...cflo yalbnagxo nn 10 xflwiiyirl a 10I mooT o>iRfi! oi 

.bc'iirj'iun bnB usiuslq 'jc icum toid 

Ja---., ■. ;c Ovir viucli:i 3 as una tJno'l'lo olricf te:i;iiu1 oT 

.^Aa flOPJiA beniJtsIooiq oC \ilI9m1na V iloiaK ;tsfi;t bs-ialosb 

t'Jiu'zolIIat) lo 'lOfjitvoD ,nwoiH .0 bni/rabH »I .siolsisriT 
--Li-.J nl YAti aCf'.HA O'j .Sot^.'! ,V iIoig.''' (iilaloo'iq 'cdsioa oc 

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PROCLAMATION 



California's trees. In their variety and great beauty, 
are a source of pride to the people of this State and 
one of the many aspects of natural beauty which have 
brought fame to California. 

Califomlans know that it is not enovigh to rely on nature 
to protect and increase our stands of beautiful trees in 
the face of progress and growth. They know that for 
every giant Redwood, handsome Oak or stately pine removed 
to make room for a highway or an expanding city, another 
tree must be planted and nurtured. 

To further this effort, and as a tribute to our great 
horticulturist, Luther Burbank, the Legislature has 
declared that March 7 annually be proclaimed ARBOR DAY. 

Therefore, I, Edmund 0. Brown, Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim March 7, 1962, as ARBOR DAY in this 
State. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Oreat 
Seal of the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 30th 
day of January, A.D. , 
One Thousand Nine 
Hiindred and Sixty-two. 




Governor 
ATTEST: 







Secretary of State 



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od nolof.iloonl bns eoBloe ^c.>llo bns esoiuoe nsJRw ii/o bna 

.elqoeq tuo 

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oV.'ir' i-'ali/iolilaD lo cii-'.i'ocft-u:. -A .bnsl erio nroil cro-xd lo 

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.adsdL -ii^o 10 \,i:fiiec ^nlnnldnoo silcf lol oblvoiq bns clcL 

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PROCLAMATION 



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The trees of California are the crovmlng touches of beauty 
which Nature has laid on our bright lands. Prom the aged 
Redwood to the Imported Eucalyptus, trees protect our land 
and our water sources and offer solace and Inspiration to 
our people. 

Every year tae results of growth and progress remove numbers 
of trees from the land. As custodians of California's great 
Inheritance of natural beauty, we are bound to replace that 
loss and provide for the continuing beauty of our State. 

To that purpose, the Legislature has declared that each year 
the period from February 12, the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, 
to February 22, the blrthdate of Qeorge Washington, be pro- 
claimed Tree Planting Time In California. During this 
period, the people of California, Individually and through 
their educational, political, civic, fraternal and other 
organizations, are urged to participate in planting trees to 
the benefit of the State and as perpetual memorials to those 
two great Americans. 

Therefore, I, Edmund 0. Brown, Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim the period from February 12 to 22 as 
TREE PLANTING TIME in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 31 st day 
of January, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-two. 



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STATE 01^ DISASTER 

WHEREAS, the laws of tlie State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act as 
the coordinator of all statt: disaster activities in connection with 
such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall cooperate 
with the Director in ceiidcring all possible assistance! and 

WHEREAS, it is further ))roviaed by law that during a State 
of Disaster wlien the need arises for outside aid in any county, city 
and county, or city within the region, surh aid shall be rendered in 
accordance with the mutual aid plans develo]5ed on a regional or other 
basis; and that it shall, be tlie duty of local public officials to 
comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do liereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property witlilii this State have arisen and now exist in 



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the County of Ljs Aiif,eles as a result of tlic abnormally lieavy and 
contimious rainfall wliii li started on or alHJUt February 7, 1962 
causint; extensive flood and rainstorm damage, and the acute threat 
of continuiniT rainstorm whicli creates further imminent danger to the 
lives, liealth and well-beinp of persons, the safety of public and 
private property, and the maintenance of essential services; 

2, That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles 
and by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los 
Angeles; 

3. Tliat local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their maK"itude, which places them beyond the control 
of the protective services, personnel, equipment and tacilities of 
any single county, city and county, or city, and requires the com- 
bined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

4. Tlijt the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster; 

NOW, TIIERBPORE, I, BDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, hy virtue of the powers and authority vested in me by 
the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that a 
State of Disaster exists in the County of Los Angeles; and 

I DIRECT tiiat tills proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
riled in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of 



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Californiii, :nul tluit wiclesiireud publicity and notice be given to 
this proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I liave hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at tlie City of Sacramento this l6th day of February, 



1962. 



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i'ROCLAMATION 

DEC1J\1UNG TUB TERMINATION 

OF TllE 

STATE OP DISASTER 



WHEREAS, on tlie btli day of November, 1961, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County of i^s Angeles, as 
a result of major and widespread fires, creating imminent danger 
to the lives, health, and well-being of persons, the safety of 
public and private property, and the maintenance of essential 
services tlierein; and 

WliEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating 
the proclamation of such State of Disaster are now deemed not to 
be beyond the control of the normal protective services, person- 
nel, equipment and facilities of the public agencies and politi- 
cal subdivisions of that county; 

NOW, TIIEREHORB, I, BDi^UND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of tlie powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and Ijws of tliis State, do hereby pro- 
claim the termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that tliis proclamation shall take effect Im- 
mediately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed in 
the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WlffiREOP, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of SACRAMENTO this 15th day of 
January, 1902. 




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i-ROCLAMATION 

F A 

STATE OF DISASTER 






WllEREAS, tlie laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
tliis Styte affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and sliall take effect immediately 
npon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act as 
tlie coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection with 
such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall cooperate 
with tlie Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a State 
o± Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any county, city 
and county, or city witliin the region, sucli aid shall be rendered in 
accordance witli tlie mutual aid plans developed on a regional or other 
basis; and that it sliall be the duty of local public officials to 
comply witli sucli plans; and 

WLHREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do hereby find: 

1. Tliat conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and jiropcrty within tlds State luive arisen and now exist in 






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the County of Ventura as a result of the aliriormaHy heavy and 
continuous rainfall wliich started oti or about February 7, 1962, 
causinjr extensive flood and rainstorm damage, and the acute threat 
of continuinj^; rainstorm which creates further iiniiiinent danger to the 
lives, health and well-beinp of persons, tlie safety of public and 
private property, and the maintenance of essential services; 

2, Tliat the (tovernor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Chairman of tlie Board of Supervisors 
ot the County of Ventura j 

J. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with tlie aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, whicli places them beyond the control 
ot the protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
any single county, city and county, or city, and requires the com- 
bined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

-1, Tli.it tlie aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate tlie proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster ; 

NOW, THHRBPORB, I, EDMUND C. BROW, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the i>owers and authority vested in me by 
the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that a 
State of Disaster exists in the County of Ventura; and 

I DIllBCT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and tl.at as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of 



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California, and that widespread publicity and notice be given to 
tliis proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I liave hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of tiie State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento tliis 23rd day of February, 

1962. 





GOVBRNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
Secretary of Sta^ty 



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PROCLAMATION ^^^• 
WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen 
requiring that the Legislature of the State of California be 
convened in extraordinary session, now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN. Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by Section 9 
of Article V of the Constitution of the State of California, 
1 do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of California 
to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, California, 
on the seventh day of March, 1962, at 10 a.m. of said day 
for the following purpose and to legislate upon the 
following subjects: 

Item No. 1. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the issuance of bonds to provide capital outlay for 
construction or improvement of public schools. 

Item No. 2. To consider and act upon legislation to 
authorize the issuance and sale of general obligation bonds for 
site acquisition, construction and equipment for state and 
j junior college buildings. 

Item No. 3. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the issuance of bonds to provide funds for the acquisition 
and development of sites for the California State Park System. 
Item No. 4. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to providing funds for the purchase of farms and homes under 
the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase Act. 

Item No. 5. To consider and act upon legislation to increase 
the compensation of state officers and employees during the 
1961-62 fiscal year. 

Item No. 6. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 




adjustments. 



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boaras. acta. proceeai„,a, ,„a >»„aa of p„Mic boaies 

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the .at..,catio„ o. .„ a,„e.e„t between tM. state ana tb. 
n.tea states ,o.e..e„t conce.n.n, t.e .e,„.at.o„ o. ,o. ea o, 
ionizing radiation. 

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--t.„ o, ™p.o>.e„t o. ce,t.ncatea p„.Uc ac.oo. pe„o„„e. 

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xte„o. u. .o cons.ae, a„a act upon .emulation .eXatWe 
.e ^naea .„aebtea„eas o. a .„.,.ea aCoo. a.t..ct .e,„.„a 

nV. T '° »— ™e„t o. .„„aa „nae, tbe SCooX Suua- 

ing Aid Law of 1952. 

( X- »o. „. .o conaiae. .„a act .pon .e,.a.at.o„ .e.ative to 
Conservation District. 

"" ""■ "• ^° =°-"- =- •" UPO" Ie,i.x.tion to c.eate 
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Item No. 15. To consider and act upon legislation to author- 
ize a grant of state funds pursuant to the Davis-Grunsky Act to 
the Monterey County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 
in connection with the San Antonio Dam and Reservoir in Monterey 

County. 

Item No. 16. To consider and act upon legislation relative to 
the issuance of bonds by the Costa Mesa County Water District. 

Item No. 17. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 
the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency Law (Chapter 1435, Statutes 
of 1961) relative to (1) the boundaries of the Agency and (2) the 
levy of taxes for the 1962-1963 fiscal year. 

Item No. 18. To consider and act upon legislation to author- 
ize participation by the State in the Tacheva Creek Flood Control 
Project, pursuant to the State Water Resources Law of 1945. 

Item No. 19. To consider and act upon legislation to create 
Ian Upper Santa Clara Valley Water Agency in Los Angeles County. 

Item No. 20. To consider and act upon legislation relative to < 
the withdrawal of the property of the Senior Citizens Village in 
Antelope Valley in Los Angeles County from the Quartz Hill County 
jwater District and its inclusion in Los Angeles County Waterworks 
istrict No. 4. 



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Item No. 21. To consider and enact legislation relative to 
the levy of taxes by the Ventura County Flood Control District. 



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Item No. 22. To consider and act upon legislation to repeal 
or amend Sections 11131 and 11583 of, and Article 3 of Chapter 6 
of Part 3 of Division 6 of the Water Code, and to amend Section 
1402 of the Public Utilities Code, relating to the acquisition 
of property for state water projects. 

Item No. 23. To consider and act upon legislation relative to 
amending Sections 3380 and 3386, inclusive, of the Health and 
Safety Code, relating to the immunization of pupils against 
poliomyelitis. 

Item No. 24. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 
Chapter 1950 of the Statutes of 1961 relating to the exchange 
of state lands in the City of Oakland. 

Item No. 25. To consider and act upon legislation to 
exclude mail carriers from the Highway Carriers' Act. 

Item No. 26. To consider and act upon legislation to 
repeal Section 53065 of the Government Code, relating to fiscal 
matters regarding districts whose governing bodies are the 
county boards of supervisors or for which county fiscal officers 
are ex officio fiscal officers. 

Item No. 27. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to amending the California Restaurant Act to exempt therefrom 
the serving of food by nonprofit organizations. 

Item No. 28. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 
the University of California Dormitory Revenue Bond Act of 
1947 to authorize the Regents of the University of California 
to issue revenue bonds to provide for hospitals, medical 
centers, and related facilities. 



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Iten. NO. 29. To consider and act upon legislation to extend 
ithe operative effect of Section 4514 of the Business and Pro- 
fessions code to auly 1. 1965. relative to the licensing of 
'psychiatric technicians. 

Item NO. 30. To consider and act upon legislation to dissolve 

the Benicia Reclamation District. 

Item NO. 31. TO consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the levy and collection of taxes by cities incorporated 
after February 1. 1961 and on or before May 1. 1961. 
' Item NO. 32. To consider and act upon legislation relative to 
assets and paid-in capital of check sellers and cashers. 

Item NO. 33. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the issuance of electric system improvement bonds by 
municipal utility districts. 

Item NO. 34. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the withdrawal of counties from the San Francisco Bay Area 

Rapid Transit District. 

Item NO. 35. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the permanent status of certificated school district 
employees in school districts with an average daily attendance 
of between 250 and 850 pupils. 

Item NO. 36. To consider and act upon legislation to change 
the name of the Sixth District Agricultural Association. 



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Item No. 37. To consider and act upon legislation relating to 
the eligibility of State Printing Plant employees, employees of 
the University of California, municipal court judges, and persons 
who retired from such employment or office, to participate in a 
jhealth benefits plan under the Meyers-Geddes State Onployees' 
Medical and Hospital Care Act. 

Item No. 38. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the Judges' Retirement System. 

Item No. 39. To consider and act upon legislation to 
establish a port authority for San Diego harbor. 

Item No. 40. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 
the grant of tide and submerged lands to the City of Berkeley. 

Item No. 41. To consider and enact legislation relative to 
the issuance of licenses under the State Medical Practice Act 
and the Osteopathic Act. 

Item No. 42. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the establishment of a study commission to study the 
[problems of job training and skill development resulting from 
automation and other technological developments. 

Item No. 43. To consider and act upon legislation to 
jauthorize counties to use county prisoners in the prevention 
and suppression of fires. 

Item No. 44. To consider and act upon legislation to amend 
Chapter 2071 of the Statutes of 1959 relative to the transfer of 
certain state funds with respect to the loan made to the Golden 
Gate Bridge and Highway District. 



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Item No. 45. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the acceptance of state jurisdiction over certain land of 
the united States Atomic Energy Conunission located in Alameda 
county and the control of the University of California over 
such land. 

Item No. 46. To consider and act upon legislation to re- 
enact the Defense Production Act. 

Item No. 47. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the creation of additional state Senatorial districts. 

Item No. 48. To consider and enact legislation relative 
to the membership and powers of the state Building Standards 
Commission. 

Item NO. 49. To consider and enact legislation relative 
to the regulation of poker. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
sixth day of March, 1962. 




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PROCLAMA T I N 




WHEREAS, The Legislature of the State of Caliror^^t dk^fen 
called in extraordinary session and has convened on Karih 7, 
] 1962; and 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which ha-e 
arisen and now exist, it la deemed desirable and necessary to 
submit additional subjects to the Legislature for c .nslde ration; 
now, therefore, 

I, EEWUND a. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend and 
supplement my Proclamation dated March 6, 1962, by adding the 
following additional purposes thereto, and thereby permitting 
the Legislature to legislate upon the following subjects, in 
addition to the subjects specified in the original Proclamation, 
to wit: 

Item No. 50, To consider and act upon a Constitutional 
Amendment relative to permitting the private printing of state 
documents and materials. 

Item No. 51. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to the selection of the State Printer and the State Architect. 

IN WITNESS WHEHEOP, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
elghth^dj^^f^Marcu, I962. 

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SPECIAL OKDEii NO. 1 
Special Order No. 1 Authorizing Helease of Confidential 
Information, Section 70I36, Hevenue and Tautation Code. 

Upon consideration of the request of riamon Castro, 
Deputy City Attorney, Criminal Division, Office of the City 
Prosecutor, San Diego, California, for Information obtained 
by the State Board of Equalization pertaining to the business 
affairs and operations of Strep's Warehouse, Inc., San Diego, 
California, to which said Board has Issued Seller's Permits 
P-113937 and F-84p95 pursuant to the Sales and Use Tax Law, 
in conformity with the recommendation of the Board and good 
cause appearing, the Board is hereby authorized, pursuant 
to Section 7056 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, to furnish 
the information requested by said Ramon Castro so that 
employees of the Board when duly subpoenaed to testify in an 
action now pending against Strep's Warehouse, Inc., eind its 
officers, Vincent Navarra and Esther Navarra, for violation 
of Section 17500 of the Business and Professions Code, may 
give evidence, both oral and documentary, concerning such 
matters and disclose any and all Information obtained by 
them with respect to the activities of said corporation. Its 
officers and activities of said corporation, its officers sind 
employees, in the course of the performance of duties under 
the Sales and Use Tax Law. 



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IN WITNESS VmEREOP, I have 
hereunto set my hand auid 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th 

day of March 

one thousand nine hundred 
and sixty- two. 



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PROCLAMATION 






We in California are proud of the high standard of llv- 
Ins which we enjoy as a result of the continued invest- 
ment of individual savings and the hard work of our 
citizens. 

The annual Invest in America prot^ram provides all of us 
a good opportunity to re-emphasize our belief In the 
power of work, savings and Investment to create new 
business and better Job opportunities for all. 

Accordingly, I proclaim April 29 - May 5 as Invest in 

America Week throioghout California and urge all Call- 

fornians to Join In re-emphasizlng the Importance of 
investing savings in our various economic endeavors so 

that the great State of California and her citizens 

and the nation as a whole may continue to grow and 
prosper. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
2l3t day of March, 
A. D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-two. 




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In til* ofiic* of lh« Si crMary of Stat* 
of th« Slot* of California 

APR (; - 1962 

A»i:»iuol Secretary of &tot« 



PROCLAMATION^ 
WHERKAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 
exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of 
California be convened in extraordinary session, now. therefor 

I. EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California 
by Virtue of the power and authority in n.e vested by Section 9 
Of Article V of the Constitution of the State of California, 
do hereby convene the Legislature of the state of California 
to n,eet in extraordinary session at Sacramento. California, 
on the ninth day of April. 1962. at 12 noon of said day for 
the following purpose and to legislate upon the following 
subject: 

To consider and act upon the Budget Bill for the 
succeeding fiscal year and revenue acts necessary therefor. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this sixth day of April, 1962. 




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ROCLAMATION , \\Y, i'^ Pa > 'ti'* ^ 



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The eternal message of hope and redemption spreads through 
the Christian world this Holy Week to reassure and comfort 
men In a time of anxiety and turbulence. 

The Holy Week message tells Christians of a peace beyond 
present conflict and arms them to endure with grace and 
fortitude the trials of the present. 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund 0. Brown, Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim April 20, 1962, GOOD FRIDAY, ttiroughout 
our State and call upon all citizens of the Christian faith 
to observe this day with reverence for the peace of our 
spirits and of our world. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 13th day of April, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-Two. 



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PROCLAMATION 






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The greatness of California, its vast accompllshmenta 
and contributions to American life, are not solely the 
results of good fortune and the blessings of nature. 

The greatest single force in propelling California to 
its present stature la the dedication and hard work of 
the people of our State. In that great effort of 
building and refinement, the Calif ornians who are now 
our older citizens have had a large and significant 
part. 

It Is their due to share in the abundance and the 
progress which they helped to create and to continue 
contributing to the forward movement of California. 

The elders of our community are enjoying the blessings 
of longer life and better health through the advances 
of science. Thus, the years are lengthened in which 
they can share with us the fruits of their age: wisdom 
and experience. 

In the face of this increased life span, our rapidly 
advancing technology is shortening the average working 
life of the Californlan and lessening the toll required 
to earn a living. 

This development means earlier retirement for oxir elder 
citizens. It also can mean causing them increased dif- 
ficulty in achieving the physical necessities for 
enjoying that retirement and increased isolation from 
active participation in the life of the community, an 
Isolation harmful both to the individual elder citizen 
and to his community. 

California has been a leader among the states in 
efforts to assure our retired citizens continued 
benefits from our Increasing prosperity and opportun- 
ities for continued involvement in the affairs of our 
State. 



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PROCLAMATION 
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To sustain and reinforce these achievements, Califor- 
nia mus? continue to plan and work through private 
citizens, local governments and state government. 

In recognition of this need, and In the hope that 
each citizen will rededlcate himself to this vital 
aim I herlby proclaim the month of May as Senior 
Stizens Sonth^nd urge all citizens to Join in Its 
observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
here\anto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be af- 
fixed this 30th day 
of April, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-two. 




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SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATIOK 

' /^ 1, EDMUND G. BLOWN, Governor of the State of Cplifornia, 

pursuant to Section 2601 of the Elections Code, Chapter 3 of 

the Statutes of 1962 (First Extraordinary Session) , Chapter 21 

of the Statutes of 1962 (First Extraordinary Session) , and 

Chapter 25 of the Statutes of 1962 (First Extraordinary 

Session) , hereby proclaim and order that a Special Election 

be held on the fifth day of June, 1962, to submit to the 

qualified voters of the State of California, the following 

measures proposed by the Legislature during its 1961 Regular 

Session and its 1962 First Extraordinary Session: 

Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 10 of the 
1961 Regular Session of the Legislature (Resolu- 
tion Chapter 251) , relating to state bonds for 
the construction of low rent housing for the 
elderly, and 

Senate Bill No. 2 (Chapter 24) of the 1962 First 
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, relating 
to state bonds for state park and relating 
purposes, and 

Senate Bill No. 31 (Chapter 23) of the 1962 
First Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, 
relating to state bonds to finance the construc- 
tion of state buildings, including junior 
colleges, and 

Senate Bill No. 40 (Chapter 21) of the 1962 First 
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, relating 
to state bonds for school building construction, 
and 

Assembly Bill No. 25 (Chapter 25) of the 1962 
First Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, 
relating to an extension of daylight savings time, 
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Assembly Bill No. 51 (Chapter 22) of the 1962 
First lixtraordinary Session of the Legislature, 
relating to state bonds for assisting California 
veterans to acquire farms and homes. 

I do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars 

($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 

violates any of the provisions of Division 15 of the 

Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until the total 

amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the 

sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000). 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto 
set my hand and cause the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 

hereto this let ^day of 

May , 1962. 



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Secretary of State 

Controllor of the State of C.iUrornia 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Departmont of Social Welfare 



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KDMUNU 0. BHOWN, G0V:;RN0R 



l^jrsuant to Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, and in order to provide for the con- 
tinued operation of the State plans for Aid to the A^ed, 
the Needy Blind, Neody Children and Neody Disabled under 
the provisions of the Welfare and Institutions Code. I 
do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above- 
mentioned Public Assistance programs is pro- 
vided for by the Federal Social Security Act • 
and ' 

That this State has qualified to resolve 
Federal assistance for the above-mentioned 
i'ubiic Assistance programs and has not been 
notifiod that further payment of such Federal 
assistance will not be made because of failure 
of this State to comply with the requirements 
of the Federal legislation; and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance programs for 
the month of June, 196c? has not been received, 
and It is improbable that such Federal assist- 
ance will be received by this State prior to 
the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby 
proclaim the existence of a period of welfare emergency 
and declare that the sum estimated by the State 
Department of Social Welfare in the amount of Federal 
assistance payable to this State under Federal law for 
the month of June, I962 and appropriated by Section 145.3 
of the .Velfare and Institutions Code are available for 
expenditure. 



You are, therefor e, authorized and directed to do all 



Witness my hand and seal at Sacramento, 
Call iornia, this l8th day of May 
toy, 1962. ^ "'^^ 




EDMUND G. BKOWN, GOVERNOR 



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^tate or California 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 
exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of California 
be convened in extraordinary session, now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by Section 9 
of Article V of the Constitution of the State of California, 
do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of California 
to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, California, 
on the twenty-sixth day of June. 1962, at 12 noon of said day 
for the following purpose and to legislate upon the following 

subject: 

1. TO consider and act upon legislation t. propose to 
the people an act providing for the issuance of bonds to 
provide funds to meet the building construction, equipment and 
site acquisition needs of the University of California, 
California State Colleges, public junior colleges, facilities 
for the mentally ill and retarded, correctional institutions 
and conservation camps, and forestry firefighting facilities. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set roy hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 



this 25th day of June. 1962. 




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^tatc of California 

SPECIAL ORDER NO. 3 

WHEREAS, THE SPECIAL COMivlISSION ON PROBLEMS OF 
INSANITY RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFraNDERS — SUBSTANTIVE 
was created by Executive Order dated May h, I96O, pursuant 
to Section 6027 et seq. of the Penal Code; and 

V/ilEHEAS, the Commission has made great progress In the 
study of problems of Insanity but by reason of the scope of 
Its mission will be unable to complete such studies within 
the period heretofore established for Its final report, to 
wit, June 30, 19o2, and 

WHEREAS, in addition to its original mission I have 
since asked the Commission to study and review the present 
laws and practices pertaining to sexual psychopathy, making 
it necessary that further time be provided; 

NOW, THEliEPOHE, The Special Commission on Problems of 

Insanity Helatlnc to Criminal Offenders — oubstantlve. Is 

hereby continued and instructed to present its final report 

and recommendations not later than June 30, I963 in the 

manner prescribed by Section 6028.3 of the Penal Code, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
Tweatv-flfth day of June, A.D. 
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SPECIAL OxTDER NO. 4 
WHEREAS, 'rm SPECIAL COMMISSION ON PROBLEMS OF INSANITY 
RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENDERS - PROCEDURAL was created by 
Executive Order dated May U, i960, pursuant to Section 6027 
et seq. of the Penal Code; and 

WHEREAS, the Commission has made great progress in the 
study Of problems of insanity but by reason of the scope of 
its mission will be unable to complete such studies within 
the period heretofore established for its final report, to 
wit, June 30, I962, and 

WHEREAS, in addition to its original mission I have 
Since asked the Commission to study and review the present 
laws and practices pertaining to sexual psychopathy, making 
it necessary that further time be provided; 

NOW, TIffiHEFORE, THe Special Com^nisslon on Problems of 
insanity Relating to Criminal Offenders - Procedural, is 
hereby continued and instructed to present its final report 
and recommendations not later than June 30, I963 in the 
manner^prescribed by Section 6028.3 .f the Penal Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
Twenty-fifth day of June, A.D. 
-inujfpen Hi^dre^ and Sixty two. 





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DBGLA RINU THE TERMINATION 

OP TUB 

STATU OF DI.SA.<!TBP 

WHERHAS. o„ the 16t., day of February. 1962 a Stat . 
Disaster wae r,^^-i • . ' J-vo^, a State of 

oier was proclaimed to pxi «+ i., +h r^ 

essential services therein; and 
W'tHREAS, the conditions warranting h 
proclamation of su< h Stnt. .. n. """'"""^ -'^ necessitating the 

NOW, TmraKJM, I, BiMUND <;. BROm, ,.^ 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall t«lc. ^^ 
ately and sinl] .. , "''*' effect immedi- 

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M A T I N 


DECLARING 


TH£ TERMINATION 


STATE 


OF 
OF 


TUB 
DISASTER 



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WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of February, 1962, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County of Ventura, as a 
result of abnonni)lly heavy and continuous raiufall, causing extensive 
flood and rainstorm damage, creating imminent danger to tlie lives, 
health, and well being of persons, the safety of public and private 
property, and the maintenance of essential services therein; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating the 
proclamation of sucli State of Disaster are now deemed not to be beyond 
the control of ttie normal protective services, personnel, equipment 
and facilities of the public agencies and political subdivisions of 
that county; 

NOW, TlffiREPORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 

o? California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me by 

the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the termi- 
nation of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRBCT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately and shall, as soon hereafter as ix)ssible, be filed in the Office 
of the Secretary of State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this \ 3 ' day of July, 



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PROCLAMATION 



I, KDIIUND G. biiOWN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim tliat a General Election will be held throughout 
this State on Tueuday, the sixth day of November, 1952, at 
which the followlnc offices are to be filled: 

GOVERNOR; 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; 

SECRETARY Ob' STATE; 

CONTROLLER; 

TREASURER; 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION; 

MEMBER 01-' T}iE STATE BOARD OF E^iUALIZATION from each of the 
four equalization districts of the State; 

ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO TliE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES from 
each of the thirty-eight congressional districts of the State; 

STATE SENATORS from each of the following twenty senatorial 
districts of the State: SECOND, FOURTH, SIXTH, EIGHTH, TENTH, 
TVffiLFTH, FOURTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, EIGHTEENTH, TWENTIETH, TWENTY- 
SECOND, TWEInITY -FOURTH, TWENTY-SIXTH, TlffiNTY -EIGHTH, THIRTIETH, 
TlilRTY-SECOND, THIRTY-FOURTH, THIRTY-SIXTH, THIRTY -EIGHTH, 
FORTIETH; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty assembly 
districts of the State; 

ONE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPi^ME COURT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTl^ICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTiUCT, DIVISION ONE; 



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ONE ASSOCIATK JUSTICE, DISTlilCT COURT OP APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTHICT, DIVISION THtiEE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTlilCT COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION FOUR; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION POUi{; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, THIRD 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE Pi-(ESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE JUDGE OP THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE NO. I, ALAMEDA 
COUNTY; 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE NO. 2, ALAMEDA 
COUNTY; 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OFFICE NO. 47, LOS ANGELES 
COUNTY; 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, MERCED COUNTY. 

Also, such other state, county and judicial district, or 
other offices as are provided by law to be filled at such 

election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will also be 
submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed constitutionally 
sunendments, questions, propositions and Initiative measure as 
ai'e required to be so submitted by the Constitution and laws of 
this State. 

I further proclaim that there shall be held on the same day 
and consolidated with such General Election those Special 
Elections called by the Legislature by Chapter 64 of the 
Statutes of I962 (First Extraordinary Session) and Chapter 2 
of the Statutes of I902 (Third Extraordinary Session), and that 
there shall be submitted to the vote of the electors at such 
consolidated election those proposed constitutional amendments 
and other propositions which the Legislature has directed to be 
submitted at those Special Elections. 



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rnJ^tL^J° hereby offer a roward of One Hundred Dollars ($100) 
for the arreat and conviction of any person who violates anv of 

to\rSid'Sntif thf tot°? "■' °^'!J^ Elections Codet the Sa?da 
to oe paid until the total amount hereafter expended for fhP 
purpose reaches the sum of Ten Thousand DollaS ?J!o,oS5.5Sk 

IN WITNESS WHEiffiOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix thp 
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ATTEST: 




Governor of California 
Secretary ofV«6tate 






FILED 

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of iho Slot** of Ccitifcrnio 

AUG2 7 1962 
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PROCLAMATION 



Almost Since man first fashioned words to communicate, 
he has expressed himself in poetry. 

If man has used prose more than poetry through the 
centuries, it is probably because prose is more the 
language man uses to express himself in his daily 
affairs. For poetry, man must choose and fit his 
words into a form which calls for the greatest artistry, 
and this requires much contemplation. 

To emphasize the place of poetry among our arts, and 
to encourage the people of California to recognize 
it, I proclaim October 15 as Poetry Day, as provided 
by a resolution enacted by the State Ijegislature. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be 
affixed this ninth day 
of October, A. D. , One 
Thousand Wine Hundred 
and Sixty Two. 




Governor 




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PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In th« offi« o* tfiw S«cr«tary of Stat* 
of lh« Stat* of California 

OCTl 7 1962 



STATE 



O F 
O F 



DISASTER 




WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property within this State have arisen and now exist 



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«.tatc of California 

^. Butte Contra Costa, Modoc. Napa. San 
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essential services; 

. That local authority in directly 

. with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
^"";:::ni..e...chp.cest.m..ondthecon. 

: ::: t: P.otecti.e .r^ces. personnel, equipment and facili- 
trol o± tne p^ requires 

ntv city and county, or city, and req 
ties of any single county, ctty 

tual .id region or regions to combat, 
the combined forces of a mutual aid 

^"' 3 That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 

, t.te the proclamation of the existence of a 
warrant and necessitate the p 

State of Disaster; 

., . .e Co„.U.„U„„ a- ..«• ». .M- S...., do ...., P-^- 

.sts in the Counties of Alameda, 
claim that a State of Disaster exist. 

Claim w Sutter and 

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I DIRECT that ttiis f^- 

>,.reafter as possible this procla- 
1 4hat as soon herearxei. == t- 
immediately, and that 

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mation be filed in the office 



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^tatc of California 

State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great St-al of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of '\^t.W'T^/^ \el ^A this _^ 

day of October, 1962. 






ATTEST: 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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3tate or California 




PROCLAMATION 

DESIGNATIIJa THE AREa VJITHIN A TWENTY -MILE 
AIilLINE RADIUS OF THE 3 AN LUIS D.\M 
AS AN IMPACT Al^A 

v;hEREAS, tne State of California has undertaken a water 
(i construction project known as the State Water Facilities, which 
hao I'oc onu ol' ito objectlveo the constr'uctlon of a dam and 
reservoir near the City of Los Banos, County of Merced, State of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, the construction of said dam and reservoir v;lll 
commence on or about January 1, 1963, and 

WHEilEAS, the City Manager of the City of Los Banos by 
letter on .lugust 22, I96I, has requested the Governor of the 
State of California to Issue a proclamation designating the 
area within a twenty-mile airline radius of the San Luis Dam 
( as an Impact area in accordance vjith Section 65OO2 of the 
V/ater Code: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
j of California, do hereby find that: 

1. Such construction vjlli cause a sudden influx of 
people Into the impact ar'ea. 

2. The construction will require more than 12 months 
to complete. 

3. The construction will result In serious fiscal 
problems to the affected local governments. 



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4. Peak construction employment on the project within 
the Impact area is estimated by the Department of 
Water Resources to total more than 500 employees. 

5. The increase in population in the Impact area, found 
by multlpiyinij; such peak construction employment as 
ustliiiatcd by the Department of Water Resources by 

A. 5, exceeds 20 percent of the estimated population 
In the area on July 1, 1962. 

Accordingly, pursuant to Section 65002 of the Water Code, 
I iiereby designate the area within a twenty-mile radius of the 
site of San Luis Dam as an impact area. 

Further, I do hereby declare this proclamation shall 
take effect immediately. 

IN WITNESS WHEIiEOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 23rd day of October, I962. 




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PROCLAMATION 
STATE O F DISASTER -^(^^^^t- "^JT ihu/ "^ .. c* 




WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on October 18, 1962, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the counties of Alameda, Butte, Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, San 



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^tatt of California 

Mateo, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba as a result of the abnormally heavy 
and continuout rainfall which started on or about October 12, 1962, 
causing extensive flood and rainstorm damage, and the acute threat 
of continuing storm and flood conditions which created further 
imminent danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, 
the safety of public and private property, and the maintenance of 
essential services; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 

further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 
now exist in the County of Placer as a result of this abnormally 
heavy and continuous rainfall which started on or about October 12, 

1962; 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires 
the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 

State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWM, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 



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In me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alameda, 
Butte, Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, Placer, San Mateo, Sierra, 
Sutter and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
Tsation be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 25th 

day of October, 1962. 





GOVERNOR OT CALIFtDRNIA 



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PROCLAMATION 
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WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 

and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, AS GOVERNOR of the State of California, 
did find, on October 17, 19b2, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the Counties of Alameda, Butte, Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, San 



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3tatc of California 

Mateo, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba as a result of the abnormally heavy 
and continuous rainfall which started on or about October 12, 1962, 
causing extensive flood and rainstorm damage, and the acute threat 
of continuing storm and flood conditions which cre=vted further 
imminent danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, 
the safety of public and private piroperty, and the maintenance of 
essential service; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on October 25, 1962, find 
similar conditions to exist in the County of Placer as a result of 
the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 
now exist in the County of Trinity as a result of this abnormally 
heavy and continuous rainfall which started on or about October 12, 

1962; 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires 
the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 
and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 



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3tatc of California 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alameda, 
Butte, Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, Placer, San Mateo, Sierra, 
Sutter, Trinity and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
mation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 
Done at the City of Sacramento ^jj^g :,Oth 



day of October 



, 1962. 




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GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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PROCLAMATION 

O F A 

D I S A S T E 



STATE O F 







WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on October 17, 1962, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the Counties of Alameda, Butte, Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, San 



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^tatc of California 

Mateo, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba as a result of the abnormally heavy 
and continuous rainfall which started on or about October 12, 1962, 
causing extensive flood and rainstorm damage, and the acute threat 
of continuing storm and flood conditions which created further 
imminent danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, 
the safety of public and private property, and the maintenance of 
essential services; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently find similar conditions to 
exist in the County of Placer on October 25, 1962, and in the 
County of Trinity on October 30, 1962, as a result of the same 
storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
further found and do hereby find; 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 
now exist in the County of Lassen as a result of this abnormally 

heavy and continuous rainfall which started on or about October 12, 

1962; 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires 
the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 
and 



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3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEKEFXDRE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Cons ti tu t'ion and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alameda, 
Butte, Contra Costa, Lassen, Modoc, Napa, Placer, San Mateo, Sierra, 
Sutter, Trinity and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
mation be filed in ihe office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of r.or-. An^^l^c this 4th 

day of November, 1962. 




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3tatc of California 

SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 
1, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election .hall be held on 
the 2 2nd day of January. 1963, within the First Congressional 
District of the Ctate, (as described by Chapter 1234 of the 
statutes of 1961). to fill the vacancy in the office of 
Member of House of Representatives from said district 
resulting from the death of Congressman Clem Miller. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections 
Code; the rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand 
dollars (§10,000). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 9th day of November, 1962. 



















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SPECIAL ELECTION 
PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, acting 
ll pursuant to the provisions of Section 23300 of the Elections 
Code, do hereby proclaim and order that the special election 
called by me in the First Congressional District of the 
State, to fill the vacancy in the office of Member of the 
House of Representatives from said district resulting from 
the death of Congressman Clem Miller, to be held on the 
22nd day of January, 1963, be consolidated with a special 
election called for the same date by the Board of Directors 
of the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, to submit to 
the people of the district the question of whether the 
district shall execute a certain contract with the State of 
California pursuant to the Davis-Grunsky Act. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 2l3t day of November, 1962. 



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Governor 



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Secretary of VState 

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c( ihe Slate of Califomio 

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In the ofHro of lh« Stcratary of Stoto 
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PROCLAMATION 



Or? c. - 1962 



It is fitting that we, the Deoiiif^ or r^in- 
commemorate this hisi-nr.w> o„^l; ^f?!^ 2 ^''^ Calilornia, 
tempered by serious r^np-.^.^ """^ ^"^^ celebration 
as Citizens oltoe iJadinf s?^-^^''!^ our responsibilities 
the blessings of God-^d bv rn? ^ ^^X,^t^xl thanks for 
dedlcatlon/hard wo^k^'Sci Lresl,Krt?^'°" ""^ .""" 
wo.nen who built our great ^St'elf i\f pj^l.nt'^rt^lj. 

the m^y^arfa"o?^cul?u^nf ^ P''?^^ ^"^^ ^^ recognize 
m which Sll?o?nia is th^if°H^^^' f"^ economic life 
these achievenents sf-. fi ^"^^"^.^^^^^^ ^°^ without 
cause for cSStlor^.d^'o^Lm^^ll^t^C^! '^ ^^"^"^ 

HD..Nrj/S,:\--?^,-^,to these end^ 

oS?vLS^Jr?^ Se?e;;SeS^f \ir? "^^^-^--st 
196^, Monday, Declmbex ?l -^uip wM^^'h"^" "^f^^^ry 1, 
consistent with SecSin efoj^nf'of K. r ^ '^^^^ '^^^^^^^^ 
and call upon all clasL" nr h,,.? ^ Government Code, 
of citizens to loin fo f^^ of business and all classes 
i.izens to Join in the observance of this holiday. 

and causfd™hf areaf^:4/o?\^H^ ^^^^"'^^^ -^ ™^ ^'-^ 
to be affixed\[;irith'^d\^°;f^%^^,%-/i,^t^^^°-ia 



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Secretary of State 




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^Kcutitic ©cpartincnt 

3tatc or California 







PrfOCLAiVlATXUN 

DECLARING THE TERMINATION 

of the 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, on the 17th day of October, 1962, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the Counties of Alameda, Butte, 
Contra Costa, Modoc, Napa, San Mateo, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba, as 
a result of abnoimally ho. ivy and continuous rainfall and the acute 
threat of continuing storm and flood conditions, creating imminent 
danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, the safety 
of public and private propjerty, and the maintenance of essential 
services ; and 

WHEREAS, on October 25, 1962, a State of Disaster was 
proclaimed to exist in the County of Placer, and on October 30, 
1962, a State of Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County 
of Trinity, and on November 4, 1962, a State of Disaster was pro- 
claimed to exist in tht> County of Lassen, all as a result of the 
same storm ; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating the 
proclamation of such State of Disaster are now deemed not to be 
beyond the control of the normal protective services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of the public agencies and political sub- 
divisions of those counties; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the fjowers and authority vested in me 



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by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the 
termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that this piroclaraation shall take effect inune- 
diately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 9'th day of January, 




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^icfutiDe Brpartincnt 

^tatc of California 







*lch are largely ?«lue'nler^%"J,^if » 

nation and upon the chaii!^ ^ ^^ °"^ ^^^^te and our 
holds for us'^and oSr clii!g^?iSj^°^ '^^ ^"*"^ 

an^hStSe^L' JSJl'w'e^JineT"^^'^*^ °^ ^^^tory 
them to preserve our Inklrlted fL^n^^^^^ *° ^^aw on 
our course to the rutu?J%1t\^fg^-<^-« p^pJaV^^^^ 

ScSeTt'J^re°Jh*J;ilJ tW'"^^%^^^ Legislature 'has 
-algnated as -er^J^Hl^- --^„or Je^rua^^^; 

our rich heritage aSr??pL?"^^f° undeJftSdl^^f 
way Of life. ^^ ^'^ ^^^^^^^ strengthen our SSnScratlc 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set ^ hand 
and caused the Oreat 
rtfi.°^ *^^ State of 

AD ^ S^'*^ °^ January, 
«. ^., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Slxty-?hree! 





ATTEST: 

Secret^iry of state 




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In the offit« of t^10 Setretary of Stat* 
of the Stats of California 

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IJxecutitic Bepartment 

^tatt of California 



The trees of California are the crowning touches 

Vrr^r^^^^ ^^\''\ ^^^"^^ ^^^ ^^^^ °" °"^ ^^i^ht lands. 
From the aged Redwood to the imported Eucalyptus, 
trees protect our land and our water sources and offer 
solace and inspiration to our people. 

Every year the results of growth and progress remove 
numbers of trees from the land. As custldians J^ 
California s great inheritance of natural beauty, 
we are bound to replace that loss and provide for the 
continuing beauty of our state. 

To that purpose, the Legislature has declared that 

^? »u^''v'' ^^'^- P^^^o'^ f^om February 12. the birthday 
of Abraham Lincoln, to February 22, the birthdate of 
George Washington, be proclaimed Tree Planting Time 
in California. During this period, the peopll of 
f^t^f?^"?-^' individually and through their educational, 
political. CIVIC, fraternal and other organizations, 
are urged to participate in planting trees to the 
benefit of the State and as perpetual memorials to 
those two great Americans. 

Therefore, 1, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim the period from February 12 to 22 
as TREE PLANTING TIME in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREX5P, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of February, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-three. 





Governor / 





AaelBtant Secretary of Stat» 



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3tatc or Caliromia 



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O CLAMATIO N - \ -'*' ^ 

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P R 

OF A 
STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Lieutenant Governor and Acting Governor of 
the State of California, have found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property within the State of California have arisen 



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(State of California 

and now exist within the limits of the City of Rtdondo Beach in 
the County of Los Angeles, State of California, as a result of 
abnormally high tides and heavy surf of the Pacific Ocean, which 
started on or about February 10, 1963, causing extensive damage to 
public and private property and threatening further danger to the 
lives, health and well-being of persons, the safety of public and 
private property, and the maintenance of essential services; and 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim 
a State of Disaster by the Chief Executive of the said City of 
Redondo Beach ; and 

3. That local authority in the affected area is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities 
of said City of Redondo Beach and requires the combined forces 
of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, IHEREPORE, I, GLENN M. ANDERSON, Lieutenant 
Governor and Acting Governor of the State of California, by virtue 
of the powers and authority vested in me by the Constitution and 
laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that a State of Disaster 
exists in said City of Redondo Beach; and 

I DIRECT that this pioclamation shall take effect 
Immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 



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^Kcutiue Bcpartmcnt 3. 

3tatt of Califoniia 

proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State of 
the State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice 
be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNKSS WHERKOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 
Done at the City of Sacrajtento this 12th day of February, 1963. 




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LIEUTHNANT GOVERNOR 
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Secretary of St'cC'te 




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PROCLAMATION 
OF AN 
EMERGENCY 

VfflEREAS, an abnormally heavy and continuous rain- 
fall has occurred in recent days throughout the northern 
portion of the State of California which has caused serious 
damage both to private and public property, as a consequence 
of which the cities and counties of the State have suffered 
serious damage to their road systems and have sustained loss 
of drainage structures, roadbeds, and road surfaces on the 
Federal-aid secondary system and, in addition thereto, the 
state highway system, which includes the Federal-aid interstate 
and primary systems and portions of the Federal-aid secondary 
system, has suffered serious damage and has sustained loss 
of bridges, drainage structures, roadbeds and road surfaces, 
all of which constitutes an emergency affecting the entire 
State of California; and *> 

WHEREAS, disastrous damage has been sustained by the 
public highways of California, resulting in the necessity 
for immediate repair or reconstruction of highways and bridges 
on the interstate, primary eind secondary Federal-aid highway 
systems and other bridges and highways in the state highway 
system; and 

WHEREAS, such conditions constitute an emergency 
as contemplated by the terms of Section 125 of Title 23 
U. S. Code, as amended by Section 107 of the Federal-aid 



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i^xenititiE ©epartmtnt 

^tate of Caliromia 

Highway Act of 195^, and by Section 168.1 of the Streets and 
Highways Code; 

NOW, THErtliFOliE, I, Glenn M. Anderson, Acting Qovemor 
of the State of California, do hereby proclaim that an 
emergency exists throughout the northern portion of the State 
of California from the northerly boundaries of the Counties 
of San Luis Obispo, Ventura, Los Angeles, 6mid San Bernardino 
to the Oregon State Line, as a result of the storm and flood 
conditions auid consequent damage to and loss of bridges 
and highways on the interstate, primary and secondary highway 
systems and other bridges and highways in the state highway 
system; that the immediate repair and reconstruction of 
such damaged and destroyed highways and bridges is vital to 
the security, well-being and health of the citizens of the 
State of California; and that the Secretary of Commerce of 
the United States is hereby requested to concur in the 
declaration of this emergency. 

IN WITNESS WHEKEOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Qreat Seal of the State of California to be 




day of T^^-^u.dt^J , 1963. 



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Secretary of StatA/ 



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^icnititic ©cpartmrnt 

3tiitc of California 

PROCLAMATION 

of a 

STATE OK DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
Immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, As Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and proporty within this Stati. have arisen and now exist 



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3^xcnitiot Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of (Talifomij 

in the counties of Alpine, Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Sierra as 
a result of the abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall which 
started on or about January 30, 1963, and the resultant unprece- 
dented run-off, causing extensive rainstorm and flood damage and 
threat of further danger to the lives, health and well-being of 
persons, the safety of public and private property, and the 
maintenance of essential services ; and 

2. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property within this State have arisen and now exist 
in the County of Orange, as a result of abnormally high tides 
and heavy surf of the Pacific Ocean, which started on or about 
February 5, 1963, causing extensive damage to public and private 
property and threatening furlhtM- danger to the lives, health and 
well-being of persons, the safety of public and private property, 
and the maintenance of essential services; and 

3. That local authority in the directly affected areas 
is inadequate to cope with thf aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the 
control of the protective services, personnel, equipment, and 
facilities of any single county, city and county, or city, and 
requires the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions 
to combat ; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFt)RE, I, ED^4lIND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 



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^^ccutlDc ©rpartmrnt 

^fatcofCalJfonila 

in .e .. ..e Constitution an. iaws o. tHis State, ao Hereby pro- 
claim t.at a State o. Oi.aster exists in t.e Counties o. Mpine 

Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Sierra and In t^ ^ 

erra, and in the County of Orange: 
and ' 

I DIRBCT that .„, p„cl„,Uo„ ..an „k. ,„„, 

-io„ .e .Ue. U ,.e 0„i„ o, „e S.„,.„, „, 3.... „, „. 
S.a.e o. c„U.„.„i,, ,„, „„ .,,„^^^^^ ^^_^^^^^^^ ^__^ _^^^^^^ ^^ 

given to this proclamation. 

Don. a. the CI., o^. U. >U.,.. ,„. -,■> ^^^ 
of February, 1963. 




GOVERNOR bF CALITORNIA 
Secretary of ^tJlte 




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3'SP 




ISiccutiOE ©tpartment 

^tate or California 



The trees of California have brought comfort 
and pride to the people in our land since the 
first days of discovery. 

The giant Redwoods, the handsome Oaks and the 
stately Pines are carried in the minds of all our 
visitors. 

It is not enough for Californians to rely on these 
trees provided for us by Nature. As our cities spread 
and our highway system grows we must take positive 
steps to plant new trees to assure that their verdant 
beauty will always be a part of the California scene. 

To further this effort, and as a tribute to our 
great naturalist, Luther Burbank, the Legislature 
in 1947 declared that March 7 annually should be 
proclaimed AKDOR DAY. 

Therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim March 7, 1963, as ARBOR DAY in this 

state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of February, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-three. 




Governor 
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FICED 

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vt the Slots of Calilornio 



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PROCLAMATION ^.,,,. ,. ^^^^ ^, ^^A, 



O F 



STATE OF DISASTER 



,,«;.! Secretory of 5tut« 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a Stale of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREiAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on February 7, 1963, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the Counties of Alpine, Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Sierra as 
a result of the abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall which 



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started on or about January 30, 1963, and the resultant unprece- 
dented run-off, causing extensive rainstorm and flood damage aid 
threat of further danger to the lives, health and well-being of 
persons, thi> s.\ri'iy of public and private property, and the 
maintenance of essential services; and 

That conditions of oxtrcme peril to the safety of per- 
sons and property within this State existed in the County of 
Orange, as a result of abnormally high tides and heavy surf of 
the Pacific Ocean, which started on or about February 5, 1963, 
causing extensive damage to public and private property and 
threatening further danger to the lives, health and well-being 
of persons, the safety of public and private property, and the 
maintenance of essential services; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 
now exist In the Counties of Amador, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, 
Lake, Lassen, Santa Clara, Santn Cruz, Siskiyou, Tehama, Tulare 
and Yolo as a result of the abnormally heavy and continuous rain- 
fall which started on or about January 30, 1963; and 

2, That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to copp with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities 

of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires the 
combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 



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3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alpine, 
Amador, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lake, Lassen, Nevada, Placer, 
Plumas, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, Tulare 
and Yolo, and in the County of Orange; and 

I DIRECT that this piroclaraation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
mation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 
Done at the City of Sacramento this g6th day of February, 1963. 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



Secretary of State^^ 




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^tate of Caliromfa 



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Twenty one years ago on April 9th, in one off, 
darkest defeats of the second World War, 75, 
Filipino and American soldiers wrote a brilliant 
chapter in the long history of man's bravery and 
courage. 

On that day the beleaguered garrison at Bataan 
surrendered and the infamous Death March began. 
Today, two decades later, what was then received 
by the Allied forces as a crushing military de- 
feat is remembered with pride as the beginning 
of a great and significant victory. 

Even more important, it is, and should continue 
to be, remembered as an example of courage and 
endurance by men prepared to die in the defense 
of freedom, an example which we who are involved 
in a different struggle must bear in our hearts 
and minds if we are to prevail. 

THEREFORE, In memory of the Filipinos and Americans 
who fell at Bataan and in a spirit of rededication 
to their example of courage and commitment, I, 
Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim that April 9, 1963 be observed as Bataan 
Day in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 20th day 
of March, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-three. 





'^XCvo^ ^. /^- ^ 



Governor 



ATTEST: 




pfiniti im CALIVOKNI* tT*T» r*IHTIN« OfttCB 



^0. JPJ^/3 



^xcnititie ©epartmcnt 

^tJtc of Caliromij 

SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on the 
11th day •f June , 1963, within the 23rd Congres- 



sional District of the State, (as described by Chapter 1234 of 
the Statutes of 196I), to fill the vacancy in the office of 
Member of House of Representatives from said district resulting 
from tne death of Congressman Clyde Doyle. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates 
any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections Code; the 
rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter expended for 
the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 27th day of March , I963. 




Au^ 



GOVERNOR 

Attest:^" **'*^'V7 

Secretary of State 

FICED 

\u the ofTirr of the Serr«tory of StoU 
of lh« Slat* of Colifornio 



Atildunt Sooetory of Slaf* 




PfimttJ In CALirotNiA itats raiNiiNt ornci 



>^. ^SfV 



i^KCUtioc department 

3tatc of California 

PROCLAMATION 

O F A 

STATE O F DISASTER 

WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuanco; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on February 7, 1963, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the Counties of Alpine, Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Sierra as 
a result of the abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall which 



prlntlJ in CAIlFOBNr* ITATB KINTINC PFrlCR 



iSxenititit Btpartment 

^tatc of California 



2. 



started on or about January 30, 1963, and the resultant unprece- 
dented run-off, causing extonsivi' rainstorm and flood damage and 
threat of further danger to the lives, health and well-being of 
persons, tho safety of public and private property, and the 
maintenance of essential services; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on February 26, 1963, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Amador, Colusa, 
El Dorado, Glenn, Lake, Lassen, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Siskiyou, 
Tehama, Tulare and Yolo as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 
now exist in the Counties of Mono and Trinity as a result of the 
abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall which started on or 
about January 30, 1963; and 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires 
the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 
and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster. 



^iltttJ in CALIF(tllNI« ITATI mlNTINC orFICK 



^:xccutitie ©tpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 3. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alpine, 
Amador, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lake, Lassen, Mono, Nevada, 
Placer, Plumas, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, 
Trinity, Tulare and Yolo; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
mation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 29th 



day of March 



1963. 




Ju^ 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 




Secretary of By&te 



FILED 

111 (ht ctli(-»? of Hic *>«rrf'nty of %hlf« 

f.iAH2 'i iyr>3 

rteh^ DAH, Secretary of Stale 

J^^^r-Zy ' 4IMMM Ssti.iory of Stal* 



Prlnti4 tm ckiiroRNi* itati miNiiHc orrin 



yr^^ ^j/s^ 



iJxectttiOE Btpartmtnt 

^tateorCaliromfa 



Once more, at a time when the earth and the life 
upon it arc renewed after the rigors of winter, 
Holy Week comes to the Christian world. 

It means the renewal of hope and strength in 
man after a long season of doubt and hardship. 
It offers a rebirth of belief in the dignity 
of man and the value of life to a world in which 
the continuing threat of devastation debases 
those beliefs. 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim April 12, 1963, 
GOOD FRIDAY, throughout our state and call upon 
all citizens of the Christian faith to observe 
this day with reverence. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
10th day of April, 
A.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-Three. 




A^^./<-" 



Governor 



ATTEST : 




Secretary of fetate 



FILED 

pffico of lh« S*crotory ol 
f tho Stot* of Colifornic 

APR! ri 1963 



In !hr offico o\ lh« S*crotory of Srcih* 
(»f tho Stot* of Colifornia 



<pSt)AN, Secrpja^ Ttjlfij^ ^ 



priuttJ im caiiponia it»te rRiHrtNo offici 



^ <^3/^ 



3Pxccutit)c Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc or California 



PROCLAMATION 
O F A 
STATE OF DISASTE 











%^;i- 

■>*•"" 



WHEKEAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHHREiVS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on February 7, 1963, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State existed 
in the Counties of Alpine, Nevada, Placer, Plumas and Sierra as 
a result of the abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall which 



titoM i 



^xccutiut Bcpartment 

^tattofCalifornij 



2. 



started on or about January 30, 1963, and the resultant unprece- 
dented run-off, causing extensive rainstorm and flood damage and 
threat of further danger to the lives, health and well-being of 
persons, the safety of public and private property, and the 
maintenance of essential services; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on February 26, 1963, find 
Similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Amador. Colusa, 
El Dorado, Glenn, take, Lassen, Santa Clara, Santa Cru., SisKiyou, 
Tehama, Tulare and Yolo, and on March 29. 1963, did find similar 
conditions to exist in the Counties of Mono and Trinity, all as a 
result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I. as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State have arisen and 

heavy and continuous rainfall which started on or about January 30. 
1963; and 

2. That local authority in directly affected areas is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol Of the protective services, personnel, equipment and facili- 
ties Of any single county, city and county, or city, and requires 
the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; 
and 

3. That ,ho afor..s..id conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster, 



pTlmltd Im otiroiKiA i,»r. riiNTiHc o>„ci 




35itcotioc Bcpartmtnt 

3tate of California 

NOW, THHREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster exists in the Counties of Alpine, 
Amador, Colusa. El Dorado, Glenn, Lake, Lassen. Mono, Nevada, ' 
Pl.cer, Plumas, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, 
Trinity, Tulare, Yolo and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect 
immediately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this procla- 
mation be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the 
State of California, and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 22nd ^ay of 
April, 1963. 



yCLt/{^ 



ATTEST: 





GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 




Secretary of Statt 



if/i^J 




Aesiatant Sooreta^" of St.Tt 



♦ri./,i i. c.ii.oii.,. .,»T. r.iKiiHc <,,„<:. 



<=^^77 



^XECutiDe Bepartmtnt 

^tatc or Caliromia 







PROCLAMATION 

DECLARING THE TERMINATION 

OF THE 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, on the 7th day of February, 1963, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the Counties of Alpine, Nevada, 
Placer, Plumas and Sierra as a result of the abnormally heavy and 
continuous rainfall which started on or about January 30, 1963 
and the resultant unprecedented run-off, causing extensive rain- 
storm and flood damage and threat of further danger to the lives 
health and well-being of persons, the safety of public and private 
property, and the maintenance of essential services; and 

WHEREAS, a State of Disaster was subsequently proclaimed 
to exist in the Counties of Amador, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Lake 
Lassen, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Siskiyou, Tehama, Tulare and Yolo 
on February 26, 1963, and in the Counties of Mono and Trinity on 
March 29, 1963, and in the County of Yuba on April 22, 1963, all 
as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, on the 7th day of February, 1963, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the County of Orange, as a 
result of abnormally high tides and heavy surf of the Pacific 
Ocean, which started on or about February 5, 1963, creating im- 
minent danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, the 
safety of public and private property, and the maintenance of 
essential services; and 



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triuttJ in CALirOMNIA ITATI fKINTINO OPFICI 



/yv^Y 



35xcnitinc Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of California 



2. 



WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating the 
proclamation of such State of Disaster are now deemed not to be 
beyond the control of the normal protective services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of the public agencies and political sub- 
divisions of those counties; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the 
termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect imme- 
diately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 4th day of June 
1963. 




A//;/i- 



-^ GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST: 



42 




Secretary of State 




AtuuBtant Socrotary oT Stair 



Primird tm calivokmi* itati MiNTiHe orrtci 



11= 



CX^.5^// 



a:xccutiDt ©cpartment 

^tatt of California 







PROCLAMATION 

DECLARING THE TERMINATION 

OF THE 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, on the 12th day of February, 1963, a State of 
Disaster was proclaimed to exist in the City of Redondo Beach as 
a result of abnormally high tides and heavy surf of the Pacific 
Ocean, which started on or about February 10, 1963, causing exten- 
sive damage to public and private property and threatening further 
danger to the lives, health and well-being of persons, the safety 
of public and private property, and the maintenance of essential 
services ; and 

WHEREAS, the conditions warranting and necessitating 
the proclamation of such State of Disaster are now deemed not to 
be beyond the control of the normal protective services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of said City of Redondo Beach; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim the termination of said State of Disaster; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect imme- 
diately and shall, as soon hereafter as possible, be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State of the State of California. 



(S = 



priHtfJ it rAIIPOKNlA (TATI PntNTtNC OPPICB 



A^ 



3£KCtttitJE Btpartment 

3tatt of dalifomia 



2. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^th day of June, 
1963. 



ATTEST: 





Secretary of State 




ABBJBtanl. Secrotary ol" State 



ptimlfj in CAI.IPOINIA itati pRtNriNii oftici 



^jyf 



~F 1 1: E D 



===11 



3SXECUtit)t department 

^tate of California 



ollh.Sw'»o'Colilornlc. 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 63-I 




W?-. 




Assiilant Sactttorv o' S""'* 



Prescribing ttie Manual for Summary Courts-Martial 
and Nonjudicial Punlsm.ient for tne Administration 
of Military Justice in the 

California National Guard 

By virtue of the authority vested in me by 
Sections l46 and 450.1 of the Military and Veterans 
Code of the State of California, and as Governor of 
the State of California, 1 hereby prescribe the 
following Manual for Summary Courts-Martial and Non- 
Judicial Punishment, California National Guard, for 
the administration of military Justice in tne 
California National Guard. 

Insofar as any provisions herein are inconsistent 
with rules and regulations governing tne United States 
Army, United States Air Force or other United States 
Armed Forces, I hereby find that it is impractical to 
fully conform such provisions herein to the rules and 
regulations of tne said several United States Armed 
Forces . 

This manual suall be in force and effective in 
the California National Guard on and after June 11, 19© j. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
Eleventh day of June, A.D. 
Nineteen Hundred and Sixty Three, 




JU/)'"'---^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST 



/ 

^.>*^ 



Secretary of State 




f>TlMlri (. CAtirofcNIH IIATB P«IHTIHC OPPICl 



oc 



PJJ'f) 



3Jxtcutit)£ ©cpartmtnt 

3tate or Calirornio 



FILED 

In tho off«e •* **w S»cr«tery of S«a«* 
of tKa Stat* of Colifornla 

JUNl 4 lUb3 




The serious problem presented by the alarming in- 
crease of highway fatalities in California is one 
which can be solved only through active cooperation 
among government, industry, organizations and indi- 
viduals. 

Those organizations which make the reduction of the 
death toll their business perform a public service 
of the highest order. 

The California Licensed Vocational Nurses' Association 
is such an organization. It has planned a traffic 
E3fety program during the week of June 24-29 just 
prior to the dangerous July Fourth weekend. 

In appreciation and recognition of their public 
service, the Senate of the State of California has 
proclaimed the week of June 24-29 Traffic Safety 
Week and requested a similar proclamation from the 
Governor. 

NOW THEREFORE, I hereby proclaim the week of June 24-29 
Traffic Safety Week in California and call upon my 
fellow citizens to observe this week through special 
attention to their part in promoting highway safety. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be af- 
fixed this 14th day of 
June, A.D., One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Sixty 
Three. 




-^i. 




Governor 
ATTEST: 

Secrefcarfr-^f State 




IJeiJuly Secretary of Stat4 



printli im (AtlFollNlA JTAtf PKINTINU OrMCI 



^3// 



TO: 



FROM: 



Secretary of State 

Controlier of the State of California 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Departaent of Social Welfare 



EDMUND G. BROWN, GOViiHNOR 



FILED 

In the fiT'ce c* the S»t'»»c'» c* State 
1 1 !»!«, S*OM ct CalMornio 

JU?J2 4 1S63 
'FRANK M^OAN Sec^ oMIaJf' ,^ 



A»uluiit tacraiury ut ara«« 



Pursuant to Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, and in order to provide for the con- 
tinued operation of the State plans for Aid to the Aged, 
the Needy Blind, Needy Children and Needy Disabled under 
the provisions of the Welfare and Institutions Code, I 
do hereby find as facte: 

That assistance to this State for the above- 
mentioned Public Assistance programs is pro- 
vided for by the Federal Social Security Act; 
and 

That this State has qualified to receive 
Federal assistance for the above-mentioned 
Public Assistance programs and has not been 
notified that IVirther payment of such Federal 
assistance will not be made because of failure 
of this State to comply with the requirements 
of the Federal legislation; and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance programs for 
the month of July, I963 has not been received, 
and it is improbable that such Federal assist- 
ance will be received by this State prior to 
the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby 
proclaim the existence of a period of welfare emergency 
and declare that the sum estimated by the State 
Department of Social Welfare in the amount of Federal 
assistance payable to this State under Federal law for 
the month of July, I963 and appropriated by Section 143.3 
of the Welfare and Institutions Code are available for 
expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorised and directed to do all 
things necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose 
of said Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code. 



Witness my hand and seal at Sacramento, 
California, this 24th day of 
June, 1963. 



EDMUND G. BROWN, GOVJiRNOR 

FRANK Mj^ORDAN 
Sacr%fe»*^of Sta.to 



^^^^'^^ 




Assiatant SoltdIui-.v ni' St,;it,(! 




EDMUND a. BUOWN. oovmno. 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



'^^fHMiT OF SOCIAL WELFARE 



*'CR. DIRECTOR 
722 CAPITOL AVBNUK. SACRAMENTO 14 
HlCKOHT •■4711 




•'tta* 2^*, 1963 



Th« Honorable Kitaund G. Rrowa 
Ciovernor of California 
Stat* Capitol 
Sacra««nto 14, California 



D*aT Gtovernor Browns 

A«. S.curity, Aid to N.Jd; IS;/ JiTL^ to finano. p.^nt. of Old 

for th. Stat. SSt"u.r to r J^' fT^" '^ '***"*•• " ^^ '-••-"T 

a loan from the Oenerfl L;r:hen.iir """ ?'*'' In-tit«tion« Cod. «^horiz. 
of -elfure .m.rg.ncyr Boon th^ ^ '°" Proclaim th. .xi.tenoe of a prior 
ControlLr will^J^J^, J^J 'J* i"^«°« «^ '"*' pn»cla«tlon th. Statr 

against the latter fund. ""* *'^' warrant, to the oounti.a 

^. ^nd. to b. loaned pursuant to ,our proclamation a.ount to th. roUowing. 



Old Age S.curity 
Aid to Needy Blind 
Aid to Needy Children 
Aid to Needy Disabled 

Total 



»11, 191,718.70 

6,^98,699.09 

1.492.41 ;i.p8 

119,663,600.53 



a^p-ro-xSTtVlLTeSJ X^^T ^.:>o'LTlir.*' ^' ^•^- '«" 

^ J3.20O disabled person^ ^t^lfll^ '""^ ^^^'"^^ ^^*^ ''••d^ children 
loan will be repaid S Sir^ne^I'JjL''" "^° ""'^' °' f.d.rallund, th. 

To«r .«cution of the attached proclamation i. r..p..ti^ll^ r.,u..t.d. 
V.ry truly yours. 



/^■^cV-f^-^ii^ 



J. iy. W.d.aieyer 
Wxector 



Enclosure 



■^3/^ 



i^xccutiHE ©Epartment 

State or California 



PROCLAMATION 



V/HEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 
exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of 
California be convened in extraordinary session, now, there- 
fore , 

I, LDMUMD G. BROWW, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of the power cintl autliority in me vested by Section 
9 of Article V of the Constitution of the State of Califor- 
nia, do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of 
California to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, 
California, on the eiphth day of July, 1963, at 12 o'clock 
noon of said day to lepislate upon the following subjects: 

Item 1. To consider and act; upon proposals to amend 
and supplement the Budpet Bill for the 1963-6U fiscal year, 
(enacted as the Budpet Act of 1963), and revenue acts. 

Item 2. To consider and act upon lepislation relatinp 
to the support of the public school system and revenue 
acts necessary there for^ 

IN WITNESS WllKREOr, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the Stato of California to be 
affixed hereto this fifth day of July, 1963. 




Governor 'of California \ 



Secretary of State 

FILED 

Afificv of Ihe V rr«terY9*Stpta_ 
"^ iSe State' oTConrdf fiJa 



NiA iiiTi viiNTiMc or»ic> 



jiji") - 1S&3 



nJANK M 




'^ninuBi 5tcrilcry of Sta!» 



c;^3^^ 



^XECutitic Btparment 

3tatc of California 



FlCED 

at Itie Stale ot CalHornio 

mi 9 1963 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim, pursuant to Section 8 of the State School 
Building Aid Bond Law of 19^2, 

That Chapter 21, Statutes of 1962 of the First 
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the State 
of California, being the State School Building Aid Bond 
Law of 1962, was duly submitted to the people at the 
special election consolidated with the Direct Primary 
Election held on June 5, 1962, and 

That the votes cast thereat were counted, returned 
and canvassed and declared in the same manner and subject 
to the same rules as votes cast for state officers, and 
said act received a majority of all of the votes cast for 
and against It at the election, and that the act became 
effective and shall be irrepealable until the principal 
and interest of the liabilities therein created shall be 
paid and discharged. 




. ^ *«- 



CREfjO?Y OP STATE 








<'5c// 



^xcnitioc Bcpartmcnt 

3tatc of dalifornia 



FILED 

tn th<? otTitf of thv Sf>rr«laty of Sfat« 
i>( the Stjt0 of Catilornio 

J mi 'I 1S63 

T, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim, pursuant to Section 8 of the Veterans Bond Act 
of 1962, 

That Chapter 22, Statutes of I962 of the First 
Extraordinary i'erw.lon of the Le^^lalature of the State of 
California, being the Veterans Bond Act of I962, was 
duly submitted to the people at the special election 
consolidated with the Direct Primary Election held on 
June 5, 1962, and 

That the votes cast thereat wet'e counted, returned 
and canvassed and declared in the same manner and subject 
to the same rules as votes cast for state officers, and 
said act received a majority of all of the votes cast for 
and against it at the election, and that the act became 
effective and shall be Irrepealable until the principal 
and interest of the liabilities therein created shall be 
paid and discharged. 



==-|E 




3f^ 



FILED 

tn th*? o»rtro o* the Vrr^taiy 0< Sfot» 
of the Slot* of Cotifornia 




^xccutitic Bepartmcnt 

3tatc of California 



Ai-.*.uti! S«u«tar> of Slata 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim, pursuant to Section 17 of the State Construc- 
tion Program Bond Act of I962, 

That Chapter 2 of the Statutes of I962 of the Third 
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the State of 
California, being the State Construction Program Bond Act 
of 1962, was duly submitted to the people at the special 
election consolidated with the General Election held on 
November 6, I962, and 

That said act received a majority of the votes cast 
for and against it at said election as aforesaid, and that 
the act became effective and shall be irrepealable until 
the principal and interest of the liabilities therein 
created shall be paid and discharged. 




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SECRETARY OF STATE 

^jssistcLiit iioer'-jtary of State 



PrinUd iti rAIIPORNIA ITATl FHINTtNG OPPICI 



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PROCLAMATION 



California, enriched in history and heritage, blessed by a 
benevolent Nature in the wealth of her resources, and mindful of the 
prominence her citizens have consistently brought her through enter- 
prise, is proud to be the FIRST state in the nation in population, 
agriculture, aerospace development, military industry, education, 
recreation and in other fields of human endeavor. 

In this year of the 110th annual State Fair and Exposition, 
Californians v;ill number nearly 18 million, all keenly aware of the 
greatness the state has been fortunate to claim and hopeful of the 
added greatness that lies in store in the future. 

One of the showcases for the past, present and future of 
these Californians is their State Fair and Exposition which by 
tradition offers attractions and programs of interest to every 
segment of the public and which focuses attention on the state's 
accomplishments and achievements in every field of human effort. 

The 110th California State Fair and Exposition, beginning 
on August 28th and lasting through September 9th has everything 
to uphold the historic traditions and, therefore, is of paramount 
interest to all citizens and visitors in the state. Of special 
interest and specific significance is "California First" day on 
September 9, Admission Day, when representatives of the state's 
leading industries will be honored in ceremonies to which national 
visitors are invited, including first the Honorable President of 
the United States, and the Honorable Governors of the other 49 
existing states. 

Now, therefore, I, Glenn M. Anderson, Lieutenant Governor 
of California, do hereby proclaim September 9th as a special day 
in California to be recognized this year on Admission Day addi- 
tionally as "California First Day", and I do hereby urge everyone 
to attend the State Fair and Exposition and familiarize themselves 
with the state's wealth and resources exhibited and displayed. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
lis /5^-day of August, A.D., 

jteen hundred and sixty-three. 




Acting Goverr 

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The year ly63 marks the hundredth anniversary of the 
anancipation Proclamation signed by Abraham Lincoln to prevent 
this nation trom being half slave and half free. 

[ Today, in spite of that historic document, one-tenth of 
the nation's population is still effectively enslaved by the per- 

i petuation of age-old practices of racial segregation and dis- 
crimination. 

The effect of these practices is that many Negroes and 
other minorities are economically deprived, poorly housed, in- 
adequately educated, disenfranchised, and denied equal access to 
public accommodations. 

These shameful conditions have demoralized the spirits of 
the Negro minority and troubled the conscience of the Caucasian 
majority so that members of both groups are unified in their 
demands for a new birth of freedom. 

The rising demands for "de facto" equality are symbolized 
by President Kennedy's far-reaching civil rights program which is 
now awaiting congressional action. 

To dramatize the need for such legislation, civil rights, 
religious, fraternal, labor, and youth organizations from across 
the nation have joined together in organizing a peaceable march 
on Washington on August 28. 

Now, therefore, in recognition of the great cause for 
which the march on Washington is being planned, I, Glenn M. 
Anderson, Lieutenant Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
August 28 as "Freedom Day," and urge all Californians to lend I 
their spiritual support to the mission of those making personal 
sacrifices to travel to our nation's capital in order that all 
Americans may live as free men in our time. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd 
day of August, A.D., nine 
teen hundred and sixty- 
three . 




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STATE OF CALIt'OSNIA 
GOVERNOR'S CODE OF FAIR PRACTICES 

Xhis nation -f jH'1.S",nren^^°a"wSS V^l'fil^t. 
Snecir/S. W«nS5rcf"e,^="=y "ithcut ai.cri«,in.t.o„. 

TO crry out the clear mandate o£ our F«a«"l '"^J'tJ* 

Con.tI?u?"ni, the '-?i»lf"" ^J^i^^Uhoi!: ^na^ticL" 
discrimination in employment, •'""'f''"^. »cn°°"' ^^i^ 

°ii?^j^"r:ondiirrLi:;«iorh:ifSL'^uprr"a->^.«.c„ti« 

action and upheld by judicial decree. 

^^S^^^ "o ru'r J^^Srr^r. to .h.r. .UU, 
in its rewards. 

TO meet the obligation of the State and under the ^^^^^ 
authority Y^^^ed in me by the Constitution, J^^^^.y.P, 

the following Code of Fair P^^*=*^*'"/st-te of California, 
policy of the Executive Branch of the State 

ARTICLE I DECLARATION OF POLICY 

Nondi.crimin.tion i. the Polic^of^he Stat. ot^C^ri- 

s^'rouivii/o^cr?hrt'^oi5^rth^.hLi^ 

?ff S;rer„'.lT.rairror:tKeTo;i"ni;.nt 3 m it.'r.lation. 
with the general public 

ARTICLE II EMPLOYMENT POLICIES OF STATE AGENCIES 

c4..i-» officials and supervisory employees shall appoint. 
State officials anu b«^ „^nmot.e state personnel on 
assign, train. eY«l"^^«'f"fP^°^tSo!t regard to race, 
the basis of merit and f^^"^^^'''^^^ ancestry. All state 
color, religion, national °"5^"'„JJt?Sn SSctives to 
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opportunities at all levels of state government. They 
shall regularly review their personnel practices to assure 
compliance. Where existing staffing patterns suggest 
something less than con^lete adherence, they shall determine 
the causes and, if necessary, initiate special recruitment 
programs to correct the situation. They shall conduct 
continuing orientation and training programs with oii^>hasis 
on human relations and fair employment practices. The 
State Personnel Board shall take positive steps to insure 
that the entire examination process, including the qualifica- 
tions appraisal panel, is free from either conscious or 
inadvertent bias . 



ARTICLE III STATE SERVICES AND FACILITIES 

All services of every state agency shall be performed 
without discrimination based on race, color, religion, 
national origin, or ancestry. No state facility shall be 
used in furtherance of any discriminatory practice, nor 
shall any state agency become a party to any agreement, 
arrangement, or plan which has the effect of sanctioning 
such practices. Each state agency shall critically analyze 
all of its operations to ascertain possible instances of 
noncon^jliance with this policy, and shall instigate sustained, 
conprehensive programs to remedy any defects found to exist. 



ARTICLE IV STATE CONTRACTS AND SUBCONTRACTS 

Every state contract and subcontract for public works 
or for goods or services shall contain a clause prohibiting 
discriminatory enq^loygfient practices by contractors and 
subcontractors based on race, color, religion, national 
origin, or ancestry. The nondiscrimination clause shall 
include a provision requiring state contractors and sub- 
contractors to give written notice of their commitments 
under this clause to any labor union with which they have 
a collective bargaining or other agreement. Such con- 
tractual provisions shall be fully and effectively enforced, 
and any breach of them shall be regarded as a material 
breach of the contract. As part of its annual report each 
state agency shall submit to the Governor certification of 
compliance with these provisions by all contractors and 
subcontractors . 



ARTICLE V STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 

All state agencies, including educational institutions, 
which provide employment referral or placement services 
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on a nondiscriminatory basis. They shall refuse to fill 
any job order designed to exclude any member of a minority 
group because of race, color, religion, national origin, 
or ancestry. They shall advise the Fair Employment Practice 
Commission of employers or unions known to persist in 
restrictive hiring practices. They shall assist enployers 
and unions seeking to broaden their recruitment programs 
to include qualified applicants of various racial, religious, 
and ethnic backgrounds. In addition, the Department of 
En^loyment shall fully utilize its knowledge of the labor 
market, and contacts with job applicants, employers, and 
unions for promotion of equal employment opportunities. 



ARTICLE VI STATE FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE COMMISSION 

All state agencies shall cooperate fully with the Pair 
En^iloyment Practice Commission. They shall comply with its 
requests for information concerning practices inconsistent 
with the state policy of nondiscrimination, and they shall 
follow its recommendations for giving effect to that policy. 
In addition to discharging its enforcement duties, the 
Commission shall place enphasis on programs of affirmative 
action in the field of human rights. 



ARTICLE VII STATE EDUCATION, COUNSELING, AND TRAINING 
PROGRAMS 

All educational, counseling, and vocational guidance 
programs and all apprenticeship and on-the-job training 
programs of state agencies, or in which state agencies 
participate, shall be open to all qualified persons, with- 
out regard to race, color, religion, national origin, or 
ancestry. Such programs shall be conducted to encourage 
the fullest development of the interests, aptitudes, skills, 
and capacities of all students and trainees, with special 
attention to the problems of culturally deprived, education- 
ally handicapped, or economically disadvantaged persons. 
Expansion of training opportunities under these progrcuns 
shall also be encouraged with a view toward involving larger 
numbers of participants from those segments of the labor 
force where the need for upgrading levels of skill is 
greatest. 

ARTICLE Vm PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

All private educational institutions licensed or 
chartered by the State, including professional, business, 
and vocational training schools, shall be required to show 



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compliance with the state policy of nondiscrimination in 
their student admissions and other practices as a condition 
of continued participation in any state progreun or eligi- 
bility to receive any form of state assistance. 

ARTICLE EC STATE LICENSING AND REOULATORY AGENCIES 

State agencies shall not consider race, color, religion, 
national origin, or ancestry in granting, denying or revoking 
a license or charter? nor shall any person, corporation, 
or business firm which is licensed or regulated by the 
State discriminate against or segregate any person on such 
grounds. All businesses licensed or regulated by the State 
shall operate on a nondiscriminatory basis, according equal 
treatment and access to their services to all persons. Any 
licensee or charter holder who fails to comply with this 
policy shall be subject to such disciplinary action as is 
consistent with the legal authority and rules and regulations 
of the appropriate licensing or regulatory agency. 

ARTICLE X HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS 

NO person, corporation, or firm which is licensed or 
chartered by the state to engage in the business of selling, 
leasing, renting, financing, building, or developing housing 
accommodations shall discriminate against any prospective 
buyer, lessee, or tenant because of race, color, religion, 
national origin, or ancestry; nor shall any licensee or 
charter holder seek to promote the sale or lease of any 
residential property on the ground that a person of minority 
racial, religious, or ethnic background has established or 
will establish residence in the neighborhood. Any real 
estate broker or salesman, corporate owner, lending insti- 
tution, homebuilder, or developer who fails to conply 
with this policy shall be subject to such disciplinary 
action as is consistent with the legal authority and rules 
and regulations of the appropriate licensing or regulatory 
agency . 



ARTICLE XI PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Through its policy declarations and staff services, 
the state Board of Education shall assist local school 
districts in eliminating racial imbalances and de facto 
segregation in the state's public schools. The Board 
snail also pursue its progreuns of promoting fair employment 
practices for certificated teachers and approving textbooks 



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which realistically portray the contributions of minority 
groups to the history and culture of this state and ^ 
nation , 



ARTICLE XII STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

8hall'^norhr^°'''-r^'^^°"' "*tional origin, or ancestry 
shall not be considered in state-administered programs 
involving the distribution of funds to qualified Recipients 
for benefits authorized by lav; nor shall state agencies 
provide grants, loans, or other financial assistance to 
wh^ii^ agencies, private institutions or organizations 
Which engage m discriminatory practices. 

ARTICLE XIII LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Through the Attorney General's Office, the State shall 
encourage local lav enforcement agencies t; deSefop spect^J 

^If=Ki \P^°^"r '" ^^^ ^^^1*^ °^ ^^"'"*" relations, to 
establish formal procedures for the investigation of 
citizen complaints of alleged abuses of authority bv 
individual peace officers, and to promote mutual under- 
standing and respect for the lav enforcement officer's 

ol^oL ^"'^ ^^*u" ^^^ P^*" ^"*^ ^^^ citizen's right to 
protection of his constitutional guarantees 



ARTICLE XIV ANNUAL REPORTS 

Each state agency shall report annually to the 
Governor, betveen December 15 and January 1 all oroaramB 
undertaken during the past year to effec? Jms Co^e of 
Pair Practices. The report shall cover both internal 
w?^r^^i^^ and external relations vith the public and 
with other state agencies. 



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ARTICLE XV PUBLICATION AND POSTING OF CODE 

in all staL ?fci?ule8? """^^^ '" conspicuous locations 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
hereunto set my hand and 
affix the Great Seal of the 
State of California this 
twenty-fourth day of July 
nineteen hundred and sixtv- 
three. ' 




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SPECIAL EJI#:CT10N_^.OCJAI«;TION 



I, EDWND G. moWN. Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaL and order tl.at a special election shall be held on 
the 3rd day of T^ecember. 1963. within ^.e 7th Senatorial 
District (Placer. Nevada and Sierra Counties) of the State. 
(as described by Chapter 1234 of tl.e Statutes of 1961). to 
fill the vacancv in the office of State Senator of said 
district resulting fron, lJ.e resignation of Senator Ronald G. 

Cameron. 

AND I DO TTEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 

($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any of tl.e provisions of Division 15 of the 
Elections code; ^cho rewards to be paid until the total amount 
hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten 

thousand dollars ($10,000). 

IN WITNESS WIEREOF. I have hereunto set mv hand and 

caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed hereto tiiis 2l8t day of September. 1963. 

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GOVERNOR 




' to^ State 




Deputy Sfecretary of StatS 



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£&flCL^M^TiON 



In the year 1520, a Portuguese-born navigator and 
explorer, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, accompanied 
Panfilo de Narvaez to Mexico and begaui the long 
series of brilliant adventures which were to write 
his name large in the annals of the discovery of 
the New World. 

Cabrillo joined Hernando Cortes in the capture of 
Mexico City and was witli Francisco Orozco's expedi- 
tion to Oaxaca. Later, he assisted in the conquest 
of Guatemala. 

Climaxing these adventures, Cabrillo sailed from 
Navidad on Mexico's west coast on June 27, 1542, 
and cruised northward along the Pacific Coast of 
Baja California. Three months later, on September 28, 
Cabrillo discovered San Diego Bay. 

From there he sailed northward and opened the knowl- 
edge of the old World to the remainder of the 
Pacific Coast of the New World as far north as 
Point Reyes. 

Cabrillo 's voyage up the California Coast was the 
opening chapter in the long and great history which 
is California's and, is therefore, of great signifi- 
cance and interest to California and Californians . 

In accordance with legislative mandate, I, Edmund G. 
Brown, Governor of California, do hereby proclaim 
September 28, 1963, Cabrillo Day in California, and 
do hereby call upon my tellow citizens to join in 
the observance of this anniversary. 

IN WITNESS vlHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand cuid 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd 
Day of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine 




Hundred and Sixty-Three. 
Governor^ ' 



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Secretary of State 



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PROCLAMATION 



One hundred years ago — on November 19, 1863 — ^Abraham Lincoln 
spoke those immortal words which so simply and movingly stated 
the purpose of the American people and its government. 

In dedicating the national cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 
he warned that the nation must resolve that "these dead shall 
not have died in vain". 

And he pledged, in those words that still ring with truth, 
"that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom, 
and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, 
shall not perish from the earth". 

In many parts of the country today some of our people are still 
struggling for that "new birth of freedom" and for the democrat- 
ic promise of equality in our Constitution and Declaration of 
Independence . 

On this anniversary of Lincoln's great declaration, we have the 
opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the principles of free- 
dom and equality which the Union fought for 100 years ago. It 
is a time to remind our children, our friends and ourselves of 
the American heritage of freedom and its dynamic application 
in our democratic society. 

We cannot take that heritage for granted. Freedom is a fragile 
thing. If we deny its benefits to some, we threaten all with 
its loss. It cannot be applied unevenly, on the basis of color, 
race, religion or national origin. Nor can it be turned on and 
off at the whims of individuals, no matter what their rank or 
power. To protect freedom is the task of every American and 
it is this task which Abraham Lincoln handed down to us in his 
Gettysburg Address. 

Accepting that task and to achieve its objectives, I, Edmund G. 
Brown, Governor of the State of California, do hereby officially 
proclaim and declare as follows: 

1. The week beginning November 17, 1963, is designated 
as Gettysburg Centennial Week and should receive 
attention and recognition in the schools, homes, 
and public assemblages in the State of California 
for all purposes. 

2. Tuesday, November 19, 1963, is designated as 
Gettysburg Address Centennial Day and should be 
the occasion of special recognition throughout 
the length and breadth of California among all of 
our citizens and residents. 



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That the California Civil War Centennial Commission 
f==i^t the state and private organizations ma 
Jroper ceLS«tLn o/cettysburg Address Centennxal. 

IN WITNESS WHKKiJOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 25th 
Day of September, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty-Three. 




"^ Governor 




ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 



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Poetry is not an ornamentation on life. It is a vital 
part of it. All honest poetry, though it has myriad 
forms, has a single hallmark: the power to impress 
upon man a keen awareness of the reality of himself, 
his world and his society. 

Where self, world and society are strong or beautiful, 
the poet calls this to attention. Where they are weak 
or ugly, he frees us from often self-imposed blinders 
and forces us to look at our responsibility to strengthen 
and beautify. 

Because poetry awakens man to the reality of life and 
makes him see it whole, it is a support and a spur to 
man and civilization. And for these reasons, it is an 
essential ingredient of the life of a civilized man 
and a civilized society. 

Now therefore, I proclaim October 15 as Poetry Day, as 
provided by a resolution enacted by the State Legislature. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this first day of October, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty Three. 




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PROCLAMATION 




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The United States is a big country. It is'toig in size and 
big in spirit. And it is varied. 

No two of its states are alike. No two of its cities are 
the same. And its people are 180 million different indi- 
viduals. 

The sum of the differences in land, climate, scenery and 
environment is the physical grandeur of our country. 

Out of the diversities of our people we have vroven a 
society of scope and strength to match that grandeur . 

The fabric of our society has been enriched and made 
stronger by the contributions of millions of Americans 
born in foreign countries, from the days of our foreign- 
born founding fathers right down to the present. 

In recognition of these contributions, the Assembly of the 
State of Califor nia has designated October 28 to be 
Appreciation of the Foreign Born Day. 

Therefore, I, iidmund G. Brown, Governor of California, do 
officially proclaim October 28 to be Appreciation of the 
Foreign Born Day in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 16th 
Day of October, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-Three. 




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PROCLAMATION 




The tragic and untimely death of John P. Kennedy, Ihe 
President of the Uilted States of Ainerlca, Is a niatter of 
crave sorrow to the peoples of these Uilted states and the 
State of California. 

, J-'^. \^ fitting that because of this sad occasion and tne 
crlef which is suffered by all, tliis day of November 22, 
iyo3, be and is declared to be a day of iaournlng. 

For these reasons, and to these ends, I, Edmund G. Brown J 
Governor of the State of California, declare a day of 
mourninc coLiinencin- at noon, November 22, 1963, and endln- 
rvn^"^ '^^''^I'^i November 22, iy63, consistent with Section " 
b700(n) of tlio Uovemiucnt; Code, and call upon all classes of 
citizens and businesses to Join in the observance of this 
sad day. 

State Ifcpartuents and Agencies will maintain sufficient 
worlclnc force to meet emercency situations and provide 
vitally necessary public services. 

IN WITNESS WERliGP, I aave hereunto set ny I-iand and 

caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be afflxec 

this twenty- second day of November, I963. ^ 



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PROCLAMATION 



The President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson, 
having declared Monday, Novtanber 21i, 1^63, a day of 
national mourniny for the untimely passing of 
John p. Kennedy, late President of the Unitea States, 
I, Glenn M. Anderson, Acting Governor of the State of 
California, ao nereby declare Monday, November 25, 1963 
a aay of mourning in memory of our late President to 
i3e observea consistent with Section 6700 (n) of the 
Government Code and by all schools, colleges and 
universities, and I call upon all business ana all 
citizens to join in the observance of this said occasion. 

IN WITNESS HEREOF, I have hereunto set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixea this twenty-third day of November, 1963. 




Acting Govfernor of California 




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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 63-CD-l 



WHEREAS, current operational concept* In civil defense 
and disaster preparedness, developed In the light of new techniques, 
have necessitated changes In established plans; and 

WHEREAS, the publication and promulgation of a revised 
California Civil Defense and Disaster Plan, effective January 1, 
1964, supersedes and rescinds the California Civil Defense Opera- 
tions Plan (CALOP-I), dated March 1, 1959; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State and in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Section 1540 of the Military and 
Veterans Code, do hereby issue this Order, to become effective on 
January 1, 1964, amending Executive Order No. 60-CD-l to reflect 
the above-stated changes, as follows: 

1. In Paragraph A-1, delete the words "California Civil 
Defense Operations Plan (CALOP-I)" and substitute the 
words "California Civil Defense and Disaster Plan"; 

2. In Paragraph A-2, delete the wf^rds "Danger Zones" and 
substitute the words "Potential Targets"; and delete 
the words "California Civil Defense Operations Plan 
(CALOP-I)" and substitute the words "California Civil 
Defense and Disaster Plan"; 



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3. in Paragraph A-3-a, delete the words "Danger Zone" 
and substitute the words "Potential Target"; strike 
out the words "at a site in the support area, or"; and 
delete the words "possible target" and substitute the 
words "Potential Point Target". 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, as amended. Executive 
order No. 60-CD-1 remains in full force and effect. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this /^th day of 
December, 1963. 



ATTEST : 




GOVERNOR 
Secretary of State 




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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or 
region of this State affected, or likely to be affected, by 
certain conditions of extreme peril to persons and property 
within the State, which proclamation shall be in writing and 
shall take effect immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster, when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, and city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans: and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 




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1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property and to the maintenance of essential services 
have arisen and now exist in the County of Los Angeles, State of 
California, as a result of damage caused by the rupture of the 
Baldwin Hills Reservoir dam on Saturday, December 14, 1963; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles; 

3. That the local authority in the affected area is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within 
the County of Los Angeles and requires the combined forces of a 
mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of th« existence of a 
State of Disaster! 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMU^D^ G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby 
proclaim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed 
since December 14, 1963, in the County of Los Angeles; 

I direct that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 14, 1963, and that as soon hereafter 
as possible this proclaunation be filed in the Office of the 



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Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto «et ay hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 16th day of 
December, 1963. 



ATTEST: 





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SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLftMATION 



I, GLENN M. ANDERSON, Acting Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order tliat a special election shall be 
held on the 17th day of March, 1964, within the Fifth 
Congressional District of the State (as described by Chapter 
1234 of the Statutes of 1961) , to fill the vacancy in the 
office of Member of House of Representatives from said district 
resulting from the resignation of Congressman John F. Shelley. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any of tlie provisions of Division 15 of the 
Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until the total amount 
hereafter ejcpended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000). 

IN WITNESS ^niEREOF, I have hereunto set ray hand and 
caused tlie Great Seal of the State of California to be 



affixed hereto this 7tli day of Ji^huary, 1964 




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AUTHOftlZATION FOR TRANSFER OF MONEYS 
SECTION lOJlO, GOVERNMENT CODE 



WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that the 
General Fund is exhausted suid that there is money in the 
Special Deposit Fund (Motor Vehicle Department — Uncleared 
Collections Account) not required to meet any derasuid which has 
accrued or may accrue against it; and 

WHEREAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
16310 of the Government Code, moneys may be transferred from 
the Special Deposit Fund (Motor Vehicle Department — Uncleared 
Collections Account) to the General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in 
the General Fund; 

NOW, THEliEPORE, the Governor hereby orders that the Con- 
troller transfer not to exceed ;^i?0 million, or so much thereof 
as may be needed from time to time during the balance of the 
month of January, from the Special Deposit Fund (Motor Vehicle 
Department — Uncleared Collections Account) to the General Fund 
under Section I6310 of the Government Code. 

IN WITNESS WiIEiiEOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 21st day of 



January, ly64. 






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During three days in February, the President of Mexico and 
the United States will be together in the State of California 
for a meeting of historic importance. 

Their visit will mark the first time in history that the 
head of the Mexican state has come to California. We in 
California are honored by the forthcoming visit of President 
Lopez-I'lateos . 

This meeting of President Johnson and President Lopez-Mateos 
comes at a time when there is a rising sense of expectancy 
and hope among the peoples of the Americas about the future 
of our hemisphere; expectancy that the vast natural riches 
of this half of the globe can at last be harnessed to the 
benefit of all the men who dwell within it; hope that the 
democratic revolution which began nearly two hundred years 
ago in one small corner of the hemisphere will spread rapidly 
and peacefully throughout. 

As that hope and expectancy stir from Canada to Argentina, 
the Presidents of two great members of the American family 
of nations meet in neighborly fashion to discuss issues 
vital to the peaceful development of the hemisphere. 

As a reflection of that spirit of neighbor liness, I deem it 
proper that the people of California observe the weeJc in 
which these talks go forward as Good Neighbor Week. 

Therefore, I, Sdmund G. Brown, Governor of California, do 
officially proclaim the week of February 20 to be Good 
Neighbor Week. 

IN WITNESS VWiiSliiUF, I have here 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 30th Day of January, 
A.D., One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty-Four. 





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PROCLAMATION 
WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 

exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of Cali- 
fornia be convened in extraordinary session, now therefore, 

I, EDMUND Q. BROWN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by 
Section 9 of Article V of the Constitution of the State of 
California, do hereby convene the Legislature of the State 
of California to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, 
California, on the third day of February, 1964, at 12:30 p.m. 
of said day for the following purpose and to legislate upon 
the following subjects: 

Item No. 1. To consider and act upon legislation to 
augment Item 39 of Section 2a of the Budget Act of 1963 as 
added by Chapter 8 of the 1963 First Extraordinary Session 
relating to salaries of state employees. 

Item No. 2. To consider and act upon legislation to 
augment Item 263 of the Budget Act of 1953 relating to the 
emergency fund. 

Item No. 3. To consider and act upon legislation || 
relative to financial support for local school districts. 

Item No. 4. To consider and act upon legislation to 
authorize the issuance and sale of bonds for site acquisi- 
tion, construction, and equipment for Junior college and state 
buildings. 

Item No. 5. To consider and act upon legislation to 
authorize tlie issuance and sale of bonds to provide capital 
outlay for construction or improvement of public schools. 

Item No. o. To consider and act upon legislation 



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relative to feaeral aid f„. Mgher education. 

Item NO. 7. TO consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the vote or electors required ror a scnool 
district to incur any Indebtedness or liability. 

Iten, NO. 8. TO consider and act upon legislation 
relative to state college orr-campus programs Involving 
military Installations. 

Ite. NO. 9. TO consider and act upon legislation 
to a^end Section 14-4/5 of Article XIII of the State 
constitution and Section 12241 of the Revenue and Tax- 
ation code with respect to the principal office de 
auction for insurance companies and to a.end the Personal 
income Tax Law to allow a flat standard deduction in 
lieu Of itemization of allowable deductions in personal 
income tax returns, relating to state taxation. 

Item NO. 10. To consider and act upon legislation 
to amend or supplement Chapter 29, Statutes of 1956, 
Extraordinary Session, with respect to the tidelands 
and submerged lands granted by the State to the City of 
Long Beach, and the revenues therefrom. 

Item NO. 11. TO consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the creation of the Office of California 
Development. 

Item NO. 12. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the creation of the Department of Housing and 
Community Development. 

Item NO. 13. TO consider and act upon legislation 



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relative to executive and Judicial salaries ajid retire- 
ment contributions relating thereto. 

Item No. 14. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to punchcard voting systems and the approval of 
voting machines. 

Item No. 15. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the establishment of a bipartisan election 
commission to study voter registration and elections. 

Item No. 16. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the restriction, regulation, control, and 
licensing of outdoor advertising. 

Item No. 17. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the payment of educational assistance to 
veterans and dependents of veterans. 

Item No. 18. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the acquisition of farms by veterans. 

Item No. 19. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the acceptance of deposits by banks organized 
under the laws of foreign countries. 

Item No. 20. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to registration, examination, and reporting by 
savings and loan holding companies. 

Item No. 21. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the authority of the Board of Qovemors of 
the State Bar of California to determine the amount of 
regular annual membership fees of members of Tae State 
Bar of California, and classes thereof, and the 



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classification of such members for the purpose of such 
regular annual membership fees. 

Item No. 22. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the creation of Superior Courts. 

Item No. 23. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the reapportionment of supervisorial districts 
in general-law counties. 

Item No. 24. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the creation of public transit districts. 

Item No. 25. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the creation of a commission to study the 
future of the San Francisco Bay and the effects of 
further filling of the bay. 

Item No. 26. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to granting submerged lands previously used and 
occupied by the Federal Government to the City of Benlcla. 

Item No. 27. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Yuba County Water Agency. 

Item No. 28. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to Cardinal grapes and authorizing citrous 
disease tristeza treatment program. 

Item No. 29. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to validating the organization, boundaries, gov- 
erning officers or boards, acts, proceedings, and bonds of 
public bodies. 

Item No. 30. To consider and act upon legislation 

relative to the Study Commission on Mental Retardation. 

Item No. 31. To consider and act upon legislation 



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to enable the state to obtain federal funds In connection 
with mental retardation and mental health. 

Item NO. 32. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the approval of positions, salaries and 
other budgetary matters of local school districts by the 
County Superintendent of Education. 

Item NO. 33. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to Inter-dlstrlct attendance agreements between 
local school districts. 

Item No. 34. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the cost of elections held to organize new 
Junior college districts. 

Item No. 35. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Los .ngeles Teachers- Retirement System. 
Ite.n NO. 36. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to preliminary examinations in criminal cases and 
contribution among Joint tort feasors. 

Item No. 37. To consider and act upon legislation 

relative to bonds of structural pest control licensees. 

Item NO. 38. To consider and act upon legislation 

to pemit the expansion of the service area of the East 

Bay Municipal Utility District. 

Item No. 39. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the assessment of property and the Issuance 
Of bonds representing unpaid assessments pursuant to the 
Parking District Law of 1951. 

Item NO. 40. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Issuance of revenue bonds by county 



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water districts on behalf of improvement districts within 
such water districts. 

Item No. 'U. To consider and act upon legislation to 
delete the office of minute clerk from the statutory list 
of Assembly officers. 

Item No. 42. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the consent calendar of the Senate and Assembly. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this thirtieth day of January, 1964. 



GOVERNOR 
ATTEST W,C£l.^.^o 

Secretarj^^f State 





Secrotary of State 



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FEBl 1964 



^xecotioe Bcpartment 

3tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 










WHERSAG, The Legislature of the State orcallfornla 
has been called m extraordinary session and has convened 
on February 3, 1954; and, 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which 
have arisen and now exist. It Is deemed desirable and 
necessary to submit additional subjects to the Legislature 
for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, 
by Virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend 
and supplement my Proclamation dated January 30, 1964, by 
adding the following additional purposes thereto, and 
thereby permitting the Legislature to legislate upon the 
following subjects, m addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation to wit: 

Item NO. 43. TO consider and act upon legislation rela- 
tive to the granting of tax relief m cases of disaster. 

Item No. 44. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Golano County Flood Control and Water 
Conservation District. 

Item No. 45. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the San Benito County Water Conservation and 
Flood Control District. 

Item No. 46. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to districts formed under the California Water 
District Law. 



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Item NO. 47. To consider and act upon legislation 
r-elative to the creation of zones within districts fonned 
under the Water Conservation Act of 1931. 

Item NO. 48. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Atherton Channel Drainage District. 

Item NO. 49. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the change of boundaries of districts fonned 
under the Municipal Water District Law of 1911 and the 
Metropolitan Water District Act. 

Item No. 50. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to legislation to be considered at budget sessions 
of the legislature. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Ceal of the State of California to be 
affixed this seventh day of Apx^ll, 1964. 




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GOVERNOR 
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Secretar^-^f state 




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WHEREAS, The Legislature of Uie State of California 
has been called in extraordinary session and has convened 
on February 3, 1964; and, 

WHEREAS, On account of extraordinary occasions which 
have arisen and nov/ exist, it is deemed desirable and 
necessary to submit additional subjects to the Legislature 
Jor consideration; nov/, iJiercfore, 

1, ED:iumd G. BR0\«^, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of tlio pov/or vested in mo by law, hereby lunend 
and supijlement my Proclamation dated January 30, 1964, by 
adding tlie following additional purposes thereto, and 
thereby permitting tlio Legislature to legislate upon tlie 
follov/ing subjects, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation to \/it: 

Item No. 51. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Kern County v;ator Agency Act. 

Item No. 52. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to financial assistance to the Crescent City 
disaster area. 

IN TJITIWISS vniEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this fourteenth day of April, 1964. 




'ATTEST 



Secretary of Iftate 



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PROCLAilATION 



VniEREAS, llie Legislature of tiie State of California 
has been called in extraordinary session and has convened 
on February 3, 19G4; and, 

V7HEREA3, On nccount of e::traordinary occasions \diich 
have arisen and nov; exist, it is deemed desirable and 
necessary to submit additional subjects to the Legislature 
for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDIIUMD G. BROl/N, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of tlie power vested in mo by law, hereby amend 
and supplement my Proclamation dated Jimuary 30, 1964, by 
adding the following additional purposes thereto, and 
thereby permitting Uic Legislature to legislate upon the 
following subjects, in addition to tiie subject specified 
in tlie original Proclamation to wit: 

Item Ho. 53. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to restrictions on amending the Constitution. 

Item No. 54. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to tiae Placer County Water Agency. 

Item No. 55. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to tlie cancellation or refund of property taxes. 

Item No. 56. To consider and act upon legislation 
relating to studies for additional toll crossings. 



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III V7ITNESS WIEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused Uie Groat Seal of tlio state of California to be 
affi::od this tvrenty-first day of April, 1964. 




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PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

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of the State of California 

291964 

AHbtant Seoelary •( ttale 



vmEREAo, The Legislature of the State of California 
has been called in extraordinary session and has convened 

on February 3, 19'-3'+* ^"d, 

'^EREAo, On account of extraordinary occasions which 
have arisen and now exist, it is deemed desirable and 
necessary to submit additional subjects to the Legislature 
for consideration; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of the power vested in me by law, hereby amend 
and supplement my Proclamation dated January 30, 1964, by 
adding the following additional purposes thereto, and 
thereby permitting the Legislature to legislate upon the 
following subjects, in addition to the subject specified 
in the original Proclamation to wit: 

Item No. 57. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the Governor's mansion. 

Item No. 58. To consider and act upon legislation 
relative to the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation 
District. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this twenty-ninth day of April, 1964. 



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PROCLAMATION 







Governor of California 



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This February we observe American History Month looking 
back once more on the great events which built this 
nation. 

It is good that wc do this, for an understanding of 
history is at once our greatest strength and greatest 
security. It provides us with knowledge for making wise 
decisions about the future; it is a guide to understanding 
the importance of protecting and cherishing our basic 
liberties and freedoms. 

History tells us that those liberties are only as secure 
as our own vigilance in maintaining them and extending 
them to all. Today, many Americans in the South and in 
the North are denied the basic liberties guaranteed to 
all under the Constitution. The struggle of the Negro 
for his constitutional rights should remind us of the 
historical roots of all our freedoms. Let us remember 
the dark days of early man when serfdom, slavery and 
oppression were the bitter daily bread for most men. 
Let us remember our own revolution and the wars still 
being fought in the name of liberty. History will re- 
mind us, too, that freedom is a fragile thing, easily 
lost when tyranny in any guise is not rejected and 
repulsed. 

In recognition of the importance of history, the Legis- 
lature has declared that each year the month of February 
be designated as American History Month in California. 

THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, 
do hereby proclaim February, 1964, American History 
Month in our state, and ask all my fellow citizens, our 
schools, patriotic groups and civic organizations to 
join in undertaking and participating in such activities 
as will promote public understanding of our rich herit- 
age and thereby strengthen our democratic way of life. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 5th day of February, 1964. 




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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or 
region of this State affected, or likely to be affected, by 
certain conditions of extreme peril to persons and property 
within the State, which proclamation shall be In writing and 
shall take effect immediately upon Its Issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities In connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster, when the need arises for outside aid In any 
county, city and county, and city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered In accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis; and that It shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 

FIUED 

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of th« 8UU of Californi* 




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2. 



1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property and to the maintenance of < asentlal services 
have arisen and now exist In the County of Humboldt, State of 
California, as a result of damages caused by abnormally heavy and 
continuous rainfall which started on January 18, 1964; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Chairman of the Board of Super- 
visors of the County of Humboldt; 

3. That the local authority In the affected area is 
inadequate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
by reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the con- 
trol of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within 
the County of Humboldt and requires the combined forces of a 
mutual aid region or regions to combat; 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby 
proclaim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed 
since January 18, 1964, in the County of Humboldt; 

I direct that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective January 18, 1964, and that as soon hereafter 
as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the 



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Secretary of State of the State of California, and that wide>- 
spread publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 
Done at the City of Sacramento this ' <- day of 




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^xecutiiat ©tpartment 

^latc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



One of man's deepest and best instincts is to enhance the 
beauty of his home by planting trees and bushes. Such 
landscaping can remind man of his deep connection with 
and commitment to nature. It can make his urban existence 
more pleasurable for himself and his neighbors. It is 
this instinct which, each year, is ccaranemorated on Arbor 
Day. 

Because of the great benefits, both spiritual and 
esthetic, which result frcMn the planting of trees, it 
has become traditional on Arbor Day to encourage people 
to plant trees on their property. This is a tradition 
which I, as Governor, participate in wholeheartedly and 
with equal pleasure, I ask all Californians to be sure 
on Arbor Day and throughout the year that vAien they Pla^t 
trees on their property they give great care to the right 
tree for the right place. 

Each year, countless damage is done to various public 
utilities by the growth of trees which have been planted 
in the wrong place. More important, a tree which is not 
planted in the right place cannot develop its maximum 
beauty and usefulness to its owner. Therefore, I ask 
my fellow Californians to make the slogan of this 1964 
Arbor Day celebration "plant the right tree in the right 
place." 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, 
do officially proclaim March 7 to be Arbor Day in 
California. 

IN WITNESS ^ffiEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 24th Day of February, A.D. 
One Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty- four. 




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Governor 



Secretary o^^tate 



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of th« &t«t« of Californ 

FEB 27 196/1 
FRAHK M^JORDAN, Secret^ <A»J^ 

A\yfyii'nr« S«cr<tary of Slof« 



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^:xrninDt ©cpartmcnt 

^tate of (Talifornia 



PROCLAMATION 



will be remembered as aSeclcnr^i^""^' 5"* ^ "^^^ ^^^^^^ 
Of a long, new strujgirfoj'freedor^^" ^"'^ '^" beginning 

and democracy warhardfvbLnn^ ^^^ struggle for freedom 
fight against hILy odds. ^ " ^"^ """^'^ ^« ^ 1°"S' <^08tly 

hold up to our children and n«?f«l^"'^^P®"'^^"^- ^^^ us 
of Americans anf PnlpLos s?Se bv ^fL'^f"^^^'^^"^ struggle 
ago as a symbol of man^^r^oS^aletnf L%?^e^J^?^e?'f?|^r^ 
™ff 2'1ataan'"3T ""' '"^f ^^illPl"°s and Americans who 

196-., .e o.,s??;ij\™^Si,f°„''5i;x-j;!i?^?„2?' "■"■" »• 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be 
affixed this Second 
Day of March, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred 
and Sixty-four. 




Governir 




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FRANK 



Asoiatant joci'utary of Statu 



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^tatc of California 



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P R O C L A M A T I O N fir--"' %4v r ''^6'-? 







OF A 
STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect Immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property within this State have arisen and now exist as a result 
of major and widespread fires which have occurred and which are 
still burning in a large area within the County of Los Angeles; 



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2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State 
of Disaster in the County of Los Angeles by the Chairman of the 
Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles and by the Mayor 
of the City of Glendale; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster ; 

NCW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G, BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that 
a State of Disaster exists in the County of Los Angeles; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of 
California, and that widespread publicity and notice be given to 
this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 16th day of March, 
1964. 





GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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Secretary of Sftjfte 



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tf t!.3 S'.ate of C:lifornia 




3£xecutitie Bepartmtnt 

^tatc of California 

PROCLAMATION 

ml S«ctiIory ot Slat* 

^raEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now 
exists requiring tliat the Legislature of tlie State of Cali- 
fornia be convened in extraordinary session, now, therefore, 

I, EDilUl® G. BRa.7N, Governor of tlic State of California, 
by virtue of the power and autliority in me vested by Section 9 
of Article V of the Constitution of tlie State of California, 
do hereby convene the Legislature of tJie State of California 
to meet in extraordinary session at Sacramento, California, 
on the thirtieth day of March, 1964, at 12 noon of said day for 
the following purpose and to legislate upon the following 

subject: 

To consider and act upon the Budget Bill for the 
succeeding fiscal year and revenue acts necessary therefor. 

IN WITNESS vniERBOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this twenty-fifth day of Ilarch, 1964. 




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^xtratiue Bepartment 

^tatc or Calfrornia 






PROCLA M A T I O N 







OF A 
STATE OF D I S A S T E R 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of thp California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHERliAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found, and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property within this State have arisen and exist in the County 




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of Del Norte, State of California, as a result of seismic sea waves 
and of fires caused thereby; and 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State 
of Disaster therein by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of 
the County of Del Norte and by the chief executive of the City of 
Crescent City; and 

3. That local authority in directly affected areas Is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control of 
the protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
any single county, city and county, or city, and requires the com- 
bined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster. 

NOW, THEREFXDRE, I, EDMIJND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the 
existence of a State of Disaster in the County of Del Norte, State 
of California; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Cali- 
fornia; and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I ...e hereunto set »y hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State o. California to be a«ixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento, this 28th day of March. 



1964. 



ATTEST: 




Jfilv-^i' J h- 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



Secretary of S 




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^XEcutitic ©tpartmcnt 

^taic of California 



PROCLAMaTiOH 



on th. 74th anniversary of the ^l-lfll/i^f^l^^^i^^'y^Hi" 
?LSrii:r4"irii.'S.J"s"ar^LS„"Sa1 an. the weox 
April 12-18 as Pan American Week. 

This anniversary comes .^^^/^^^^ jj^.f JSarf or?Se%oLon' I 

Americas are becoming ^"^""?;"jJ;J^;fie%°iations among the 
destiny and common goals which unaerxie 

American isations. 

Those goals are the creation of just and fj«^ -J^^f^.^jl^ial 
Which American man is f"«,*° ^^l,,^tural drives bequeathed 
S\ynK'rs«r^f StiuSii:fto°'iS'v^%re =o«.on heirs. 

That destiny is to achieve those 90>ls " j^j^jjfli Hl^" 

forking in cooperation and " ?"="= =f ' ^^"firee men and 

^f?ef natfoSnnhSnK'if fooi^f fnd ?^Ifticai institutions 

to their own ends. 

Xn keeping with ^-sidentaohnson's request t 

of the 30 states "^J^f ^^rfcai See" ^JS! therefore, I. 

Pan American Day and ^^'^^'^"^i:, • ^-mia. do officially , 

^cSi;i-.prTl4Ts".r„'A:lr?c^an^oryil.d the »e.K April I.-ISJ 

as Pan American VJeek. 

IN WITNESS WHERiSOF, I ^a^e 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 27th 
Day of March, A.D. One 
Thousand i;ine Hundred and 
Sixty- four. 




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Governor 
ATTEST: 




Secretary of*^State 



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^xecutitit ©tparmcnt 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



The eternal messace of hope and redemption spreads 
through the Christian world this Holy Week to reassure 
and comfort men in a time of anxiety and turbulence. 

The Holy Week messace tolls Christians of a peace 
beyond present conflict and arms them to endure 
with grace and fortitude the trials of the present. 

Now, therefore, I Edmund U. Brown, Governor of 
California, do hereby proclaim March 27, 190^^, 
GOOD 1?RIDAY, throughout our state and call upon 
all citizens of the Christian faith to observe 
this day with reverence for the peace of our spirits 
and of our world. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set 
my liand and caused 
the Great Seal of 
the State of 
California to be 
affixed this 26th 
day of March, A.D., 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundreds and Sixty- 
four. 




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ATTEST: 



Governor 



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FILED 

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Secretary of otate 



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i^xtcDtitit ©tpartment 

3tatc of California 

AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF MONEYS 
SECTION 3007, UNEMPLOYTIENT INSUMNCE CODE 

WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that the 
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund will be exhausted on 
or about April 15 and that there is money in the Employment 
Contingent Fund and the General Fund not required to meet any 
demands which have accrued or may accrue against them; and 

WHEREAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
3007 of the Unemployment Insuremce Code, moneys may be trsuis- 
ferred from said funds to the Unemployment Compensation 
Disability Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in 
the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund; 

NOW, THEliEFOitE, the Governor hereby orders that the 
Controller shall transfer not to exceed $4,250,000 from the 
Employment Contingent Fund and i^3,250,000 from the General Fund, 
to the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund under Section 
3007 of the Unemployment Insursuice Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 3rd day of April, 



1964. 



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GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 



S)U*4.^*P^*''*^^*^ 



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SECRETARY OF STATE 



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^tatc or California 



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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF D I S A S T E R 



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WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities In connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, did 
find, on March 16, 1964, that conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property within this State existed in the 
County of Los Angeles as a result of major and widespread fires 



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which had occurred and which were still burning in a large area 
within the County of Los Angeles; and 

WHEKKAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do hereby find: 

1. That a major factor in the conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property within this State, which was 
proclaimed to exist as a result of major and widespread fires burn- 
ing in a large area within the County of Los Angeles, was the 
excessively high wind prevalent in that area at the time of the 
fires; and that further conditions of extreme peril existed as a 
result of the heavy rains of March 22 - 24, 1964, immediately fol- 
lowing the fires, causing extensive run-off of mud and silt; and 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim the 
State of Disaster to exist in the County of Los Angeles as a 
result of excessively high winds and major and widespread fires 
burning in a large area within the County of Los Angeles, and as 
a result of the heavy rains and run-off of mud and silt within the 
County of Los Angeles, by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors 
of the County of Los Angeles and by the Mayor of the City of 
Glendale; and 

3. That local authority in directly affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control of 
the protective services, personnel, equipment and facilities of any 
single county, city and county, or city, and requires the combined 
forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 



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4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vestxjd in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim 
that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since March 16, 
1964, in the County of Los Angeles, as a result of excessively high 
winds and major and widespread fires and of subsequent heavy rains 
and run-off of mud and silt; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect Im- 
mediately, effective March 16, 1964, and that as soon hereafter as 
possible this proclamation be filed in the office of the Secretary 
of State of the State of California, and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 3 '"! day of April, 



1964. 



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GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 




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ABsistant Secretary of State 



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TO: 



Secretary of State 

Centroller of the State of CaJifornia 

Treasurer ef the State of California 

Dlrecter ^f the State Departoien* of Social Welfare 



FSOM: 



EDMUND G. BROWN, OOVERNOR 



Pursuant to Chapter 1.^ of Division 1 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, and in order to provide for the con- 
tinued operation of the State plans for Aid to the Aged, 
the Needy Blind, Needy Children and Needy Disabled under 
the provisics of the Welfare and Institutions Code, I 
do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the abore- 
nenti->ned Public Assistance programs is pro- 
vided for by the Federal Social Security Act; 
•ad 

That this State has qualified to receive 
Federal assistance for the above-mentisned 
Public Assistance programs and has not been 
notified that further payment of such Federal 
assistance will not be tnade because of failure 
of this State to comply with the requirements 
of the Federal legislation; and 









That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance programs for 
the month of June, 196'* has not been received, 
and it is improbable that such Federal assist- 
ance will be received by this State prior to 
the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby 
proclaim the existence of a period of welfare emergenoy 
and declare that the sum estimated by the State 
Department of Social Welfare in the amount of Federal 
assistance payable to this State under Federal law for 
the month of June, 196'* and appropriated by Section 1^15,3 
of the Welfare and Institutions Code are available for 
expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all 
things necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose 
of said Chapter 1.5 of Division 1 ef the Welfare and 
Institutions Code. 









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Witness my hand and seal at Sacramento. 



California, this 
May, igei*. 



day of 



EDMUND G. BROWN, GOVKHNOR 




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l!xccuriV)c Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



EXECUTIVE OlDER NO. 64 -CD-I , Fi?/y <V' 

WHEREAS, the California Disaster Office, C^ich is the 
State civil defense organization, is part of the Governor's 

Office; and 

WHEREAS, Section 4 of Article XXIV of the Constitution 
of the State of California excepts officers directly appointed 
by the Governor with or without the consent or conf irn,ation of 
the Senate and the employees of the Governor's Office from the 
provisions of State civil service; and 

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 60-CD-2, which provided 
for a merit system for employees of the California Disaster 
Office, was issued in order that the State would be eligible to 
receive grants under Public U-»w 85-606; and 

WHEREAS, those provisions of Public U>w 85-606 which 
authorized the Government of the United State, to grant matching 
funds for personnel and administrative expenses for the operation 
of civil defense organizations in the United States terminate on 

June 30, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, there is no longer a necessity for continuing 
such a merit system for employees of the California Disaster 

Of f i ce ; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority granted under 
the provisions of Section 1518.1 of the Military and Veterans 




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Code, do hereby rescind Executive Order No. 60-C3)-2, effective 
at the close of business on June 30, 1964. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this iBth day of June, 
1964. 



ATTEST: 




Aeaiiitaut t:o.;rotar,v of State 




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^tatf of djliforiiij 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 64-CD-2 

WIEREAS, the United States Government, under the 
provisions of Public Law 85-606, authorized the granting of 
matching funds for personnel and administrative expenses for 
the operation of civil defense organizations in the United States 
for a period terminating on June 30, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States has enacted 
a bill to extend this authorization through June 30, 1968; and 

WHEREAS, one of the conditions of such grants is that 
employees of such civil defense organizations must be employed 
under an approved merit system; and 

WHEREAS, the California Disaster Office, which is the 
State civil defense organization, is part of the Governor's 
Office; and 

WHEKEAS, Section 4 of Article XXIV of the Constitution 
of the State of California excepts officers directly appointed 
by the Governor with or without the consent or confirmation of 
the Senate and the employees of the Governor's Office from the 
provisions of State civil service; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the authority granted under 
the provisions of Section 1518.1 of the Military and Veterans 
Code, do hereby direct that all officers and employees of the 
California Disaster Office, except the Director and one confi- 
dential secretary for the Director thereof, shall be employed 



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under merit system standards which are in conformance with those 
stated in Appendix 2 of Chapter 5 of Part F of the Federal Civil 
Defense Guide; and that the Director of the California Disaster 
Office shall contract with the State Personnel Board, under the 
provisions of Section 11256 of the Government Code, for the 
administration of such merit system. 

I FURTHER DIRECT that the provisions of this Executive 
Order shall become effective July 1, 1964. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 30th day of June, 
1964. 





GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



jryioff Stat« 



Secretai 



FILED 

In Ih* Offlo» of Ih* 8(or«t«ry of State 
of tho 8UU of C.llfornia 

JUN3i'1964 
FRANK M. JORDAN, Secrefary of State 

Aulll«nlS*cra)aryofSta«* '•^'Vi^' 



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FILED 

In the Office of (he Secretary of 8t«t» I 
of tho SUte of California 

AUG 24 1964 

)tiOAN, SccreJirY 




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^Pxecutitit Bepartmtnt 

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fHPft. AitATlOM 

mmKMl. Th« Oovwrnor and LUutmuit Oovwmor of tlM 
St«t« of California havo abaontod thanaalvoa f«o« tha 
•tata in ordar to attand a graat airaat ia Atlantio Clty» 

and, 

WUXRBA8, Tha atataly dutiae of goYormant hava fallaa 
on tha ahouldara of tha Praaidant fro Taapora of tha Sanatar 




iraxiUtAS. Thia haa caaaad a aaad for graat woaan ta of 
ealabration with friaada and fallow a^ployaaai Iharafora 

ba it 

RXSOLVIO. That 1, HUGH M. •UWW. Oov«mor of tha ttata 
of California, by virtaa of tha powar vaatad in aa by Uw, 
do haratoy daclara thia Monday, Auguat 24, 1»«4, to ba 
aovamor*o Day, and that all frianda and fallow «Nployaaa 
Who Join with aa in thia ealabration ara haraby ordarad not 
to raturn to thair dutiaa of labor thia day aa awA would 
aarioualy iapair tha auecaaa of thia avant. 

ZM WXTAM MHXUOP. I hava harauato aat ay hand aad 
eauaad tha Oraat taal of tha ftata of CalifamU to ba 
affixad thia 2lith day of August « I*M< 







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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 



STATE OF DTSA S T E R 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or li.ely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writin. and shall take effect in^ediatel, 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that -every person 
Who at 12 o'clock meridian of the first Monday in March of 1964 
was the ownor of, or had in his possession, or under his control 
any taxable property which was thereafter da.a.ed or destroyed by 
a tidal wave caused by an earthquake between March 28. 1964 and 
March 30. 1964. and the property was located in an area which was 
subsequently proclaimed by the Governor to be in a state of disas- 
ter, may. on or before September 30. 1964. .ake application for 
reassessment of such property- and that the -assessor shall, with- 
in 10 days Of the receipt of a timely application, assess the 
property, or reassess it if it has already been assessed, accord- 
-9 to the condition and value immediately after the damage or 
destruction"; and 

WHEREAS. I. as Governor of the State of California, have 
found, and do hereby find: 



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1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of jsersons 
and property within this State did arise and exist in the 
County of Marin, State of California, as a result of 
tidal waves caused by an earthquake between March 28, 1964 
and March 30, 1964; and 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State 
of Disaster therein by the Chairman of the Board of 
Supervisors of the County of Marin; and 

3. That local authority in directly affected areas was inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme 
peril by reason of their magnitude; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster, 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the 
existence of a State of Disaster in the County of Marin, State of 
California; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Cali- 
fornia; and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation . 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 15 day of Septem- 
ber, 1964. 

GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
Secretary of %j4^Xg 




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PROCLAMATION 



OF A 



STATE OF DI S A S T E R 



WHEREAS, the laws ol the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property within this State have arisen and now exist as a result 
of major and widespread fires which have occurred and which are 
still burning in a large area within the County of Nap)a and of the 
excessively high winds prevalent in that area; 

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^. That t.e C...rnor .a. .e.n requested to proclaim a State 
o^ disaster .n the Count, o. .apa ., the CHai..an o. the Boa.a o. 
Supervisors of the County of Napa; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions aro «r 

naitions are of such severity that I 
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region or regions to combat; and 

-• ^at the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 

and necessitate the proclamation of the existen . 

xne existence of a State of 
Disaster 5 

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the Constitution and laws of this Stat, h ., 

State, do hereby proclaim that a 
State Of Disaster exists i„ th. County of Napa; and 

X -KHCX that this proclamation shall taKe e.fect Wdi- 
ately. and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
liled m the office n-f +h^ c 

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this proclamation. 



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Done at the City of Los Angeles 



this 22nd 



day of September, 1964. 



ATTEST : 





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GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 






Secretary of State 



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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF DISASTER /' 

WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 
Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affecti-d or liki'ly to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which I 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it Is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 
found and do hereby find: 



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2. 



1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property within this State have arisen and now exist as a result 
of major and widespread fires which have occurred and which are 
still burning in a large area within the County of Sonoma and of 
the excessively high winds prevalent in that area; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State 
of Disaster in the County of Sonoma by the Chairman of the Board of 
Supervisors of the County of Sonoma; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions are of such severity that 
local authority in directly affected areas is inadequate to cope 
with such conditions of extreme peril by reason of their m^igni- 
tude, which places them beyond the control of the protective ser- 
vices, personnel, equipment and facilities of any single county, 
city and county, or city, and requires the combined forces of a 
mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster ; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 

of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 

by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that 
a State of Disaster exists in the County of Sonoma; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect Immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of 



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California, and that widespread publicity and notice be given to 
this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Groat Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Los Angeles this 23rd 

day of September, 1964. 



3. 



ATTEST : 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



^'u^.4^t. /iSj/x^*'C^* 



Secretary of State 



Assistant Socrotary of State I 



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3tatc of Calirornio 



PROCLAMATIO m\^fl(//'A^''^ri' 
I, EDMUND G. BKOWN, Governor of the State of California, 







do hereby proclaim that a General Election will be held 
throughout this State on Tuesday, the third day of 
November, 1954, at which the following offices are to be 
filled; 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS; 
ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 
REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OP THE UNITED STATES 
from each of the thirty-eight congressional districts of 
the State; 

STATE SENATORS from each of the following twenty 
senatorial dlscriccs of the State: FIRST, THIRD, FIFTH, 
SEVENTH, NINTH, ELEVENTH, THIRTEENTH, FIFTEENTH, SEVEN- 
TEENTH, NINETEENTH, TWENTY-FIRST, TWENTY THIRD, TWENTY- 
FIFTH, TWENTY-SEVENTH, TWENTY-NINTH, THIRTY-FIRST, 
THIRTY-THIRD, THIRTY-FIFTH, THIRTY -SEVENTH, THIRTY-NINTH; 

MEMBERS OP TliE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty 
assembly districts of the State; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT; 
ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, 
FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, 
SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO: 



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ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION POUR: 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT: 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT OP APPEAL, 
POURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE JUDGE OP THE SUPERIOR COURT, OPPICE NO. 5, 
LOS ANGELES COUNTY; 

ONE JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, OPPICE NO. 29, 
LOS ANGELES COUNTY. 

Also, such other state, county and Judicial district, 
or other offices as are provided by law to be filled at 
such election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will 
also be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and 
initiative measures as are required to be so submitted 
by the Constitution and laws of this State. 

I further proclaim that there shall be held on the 
same day and consolidated with such General Election those 
special Elections called by the Legislature by Chapter l43 
Of the Statutes of 1964 (Pirst Extraordinary Session), 
Chapter 148 of the statutes of 1964 (pirst Extraordinary 
Session), and Chapter 136 of the Statutes of 1964 (Pirst 
Extraordinary Session), and that there shall be submitted 
_tojhe__,^e^f^e_electors_at: such^^cons^D 



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thoae proposed conotltutlonal amendments and other pro- 
positions Which tne Legislature has directed to be submitted 
at those Special Elections. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars 
(^100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
Violates any of the provisions of Division 15 of the 

Elections Code; the rewards to be paid until the total 

amount hereafter expended for the purpose reaches the sum 

of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000). 

IN WITI^E33 WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix 

Che Great Seal of the State of California this 28th day 

of September, 19u4. 




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T E 



OF A 
O F DISASTER 



, V .o'^"'""' J I', /-? ROCLAMATION 

^hy WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the 

Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region of 
this State affected or likely to be affected by certain conditions 
of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, which 
proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect immediately 
upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the cocrdinator of all state disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every state agency and officer shall coop- 
erate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on a 
regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have 

found and do hereby find: 



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1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property within this State have arisen and now exist as a result !] 
of major and widespread fires which have occurred and which are 
still burning in a large area within the County of Santa 
Barbara ; 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State 
of Disaster in the County of Santa Barbara by the Chairman of the 
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara ; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions are of such severity that 
local authority in directly affected areas is inadequate to cope 
with such conditions of extreme peril by reason of their magni- 
tude, which places them beyond the control of the protective ser- 
vices, personnel, equipment and facilities of any single county, 
city and county, or city, and requires the combined forces of a 
mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster ; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim that 
a State of Disaster exists in the County of Santa Barbara; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect immedi- 
ately, and that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 



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filed in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of 
California, and that widespread publicity and notice be given to 
this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Los Angeles 
day of September, 1964. 



this 



25th 



ATTEST : 





GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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Secretary of Wtate 



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PROCLAMATION 







In 1964, Californians have turned with the world to honor 
the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of William 
Shakespeare, who wove endless richness and beauty from 
the English language. 

In tribute to the world's premier poet, let us turn to 
"Midsummer Night's Dream" for his own words of how 
poets work: 

"The poet's eye, in a fine frenzy rolling. 
Doth glance from heaven to earth, from earth to heaverJt 
And as imagination bodies forth 
The forms of things unknown, the poet's pen 
Turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing 
A local habitation and a name." 

Before Shakespeare, from time's beginning, man has 
turned to poetry to extend the expression of his feelings 
beyond the limits of prose. Poets will ever "glance 
from heaven to earth" for the enrichment of man's 
culture. 

Now, therefore, I proclaim October 15 as Poetry Day, as 
provided by a resolution adopted by the Legislature of 
the State of California, and urge commemoration of this 
day 400 years after William Shakespeare. 

IN WITNESS '.VHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be 
affixed this first day 
of October, One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Sixty 
Four. 




XU^rL 



Governor 



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Secreta, 




Asoistant Scvrotary of State 



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PROCLAMATION 



KILLU — 

In th* OWo* of th« Sacrstary of SUt«| 
cf tha Stata of Cnlifornia 

OCT 9 - 1964 
FRANK \^imm, Secffjary o 



Utont S«cr«tary of Slot* 




Tf^o ^^l beginning of our American history we have been 
strengthened in our democracy by the creat 0^?!^^^,.?? 
Of men and women who came here fr^m ff Je?gn sKores""""" 

S^%r-^SoJtn^\S?S%£°?a?JL^S^rn\^^^^^ 

incL^r ^" A"'^^^^^ as the others Whose ?oieSearf 
Include more generations of the native-born ^Sff 

Ibso?nt?^n°f ?'' P^°P^^^ ^° °"^ ^^^ and S^^ir 

?n1Se^°;s'S?°orsS^c%'L^r ^^^ ''^^^ °- °^ ^^« -J- 

c^fusTf^^n^^^^^^^^^ 

oTSt'he^ ^eoplts Tn ourV%'r'1|'orn"!;H''%^'^«^^'^- 
any temporarj failures w??S'pasfsSccessir'^°i^ S«t 
persevere, with the knowledge that Sncll^^in iT!. 

w^^^^ia%n-e^"-^.i%^- ^,---" ^ 

p%^^s-w^^a-^^^L-Se^e^- a^^-£€-"- - " 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
Day of October, A.D., One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty Pour. 




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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF miEYS 
SECTION 16310, GOVERNTvIENT CODE 

V--HEREAS, tl.e State Controller has reported that cash In the 
General Fuud will oe exhausted on or about October 26. 1964, and 
that there is ,noney m the Architecture Revolving Fund not 
required to neet any demand which has accrued or may accrue 
against it; and 

IVHEREAS, it haa been determined that, pursuant to Section 
16310 Of the Government Code, moneys .nay be transferred from the 
Architecture Hevolvin,; Fund to tlie General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it 13 understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the Architecture Revolvlnf; Fund as soon as there Is sufficient 
noney in the General Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the Con- 
troller transfer not to exceed $25 million, or so much thereof 
as may be needed from time to ti.ne during the balance of the 
:nonth of October, fro:.> the Architecture Revolvlnc Fund to the 
General Fund under Section I6310 of tne Government Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set l>is hand at Los An.eles this 22nd day of 
October, 1964 






GOVERl^OR 
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AUTHUHIL^ATION FOR TRANGFEn OF MONEYS 
SECTION 16310, GOVEliNMENT CODE 



WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that 
cash in the General Fund will be exhausted on or about 
December l8, 1964, and that there Is money in ohe 
A?chTtectire Revolving Fund, Motor Vehicle Fuel^Fund, 
Motor Vehicle Fund, School Land Fund, Real ^-staoe 
Education aixu Research Fund, Transportation Rate Fund, 
California Water Fund , Central Valley Water Project 
Construction Fund, ana Highway Fund not required to 
meet any demands which have accrued or may accrue aealnst 
such funds; and 

WHExREAS, It has been determined that, pursuant to 
Section 16310 of the Government Code, moneys may be 
transferred from such funds to the General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so trans- 
ferred under the authority of this authorization shall 
be returned to the respective funds as soon as there 
is sufficient money in the General Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, The Governor hereby orders tliat 
the Controller transfer not to exceed $110 million, 
or 30 much thereof as may be needed from time to time 
during the balance of the month of December, from said 
funds to the General Fund under Section 16310 of the 
Government Code. 

Ill WIT1S3S WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of 
California has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento 
this 11th day of December, 1964. 





'GOVERNOR 



ATTEST 



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SECRETARY OP STATE 



by Kflfx^ ^,^a;ttnr 

Depitty Secretary olL State 



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In th* Ofllot of !►•» Itai-tUfy of lUla 
ofthttUl.,1 6«li»or«l« 

PROCLAMATION [)£f> j; o |gg^ 

OF A FRANK Mj^;„;i, Jicrelify of Still 

STATE OF DISASTER AMbMn) »f«f ir, *4 Imm 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hert'by find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property and to the maintenance of essential services 



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have arisen and now exist in the Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt 
Shasta, and Mendocino, State of California, as a result of 
damage caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and 
windstorms which started on December 21, I'-Joh; 

2. That the Governor has been x^equested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Chairmen of the Boards of Super^ 
visors of the Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Shasta, and 
Mendocino: 

3. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their macnltude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Shasta, and Mendocino and re- 
quires the combined forces of a mutual aid recion or regions to 
combat; and 

4. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril warrant 
and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of 
Disaster. 

NOW, TPIEREPORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State 
of Cclii'ornla, by virtue oi' Liie powers and authority vested in 
me by the Constitution and lav/s of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 
December 21, iyo4, m one Counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, 
Shasta; and Mendocino; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation be filed in the office of the 



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Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 22nd day of 



Dcccmbi'i , l'>64. 



EST: 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
Secretary of^Slfete 




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p R O C LAMATION 



DEC 2 3 1964 



OF A 



FRANK MJORpAN, ^relajy of SW« 

STATE OF DISASTER Ai»U»««i J«rt«ry ol Sioi. 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on December 22, 1964, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of 
essential services within this State existed in the Counties of 



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Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino and Shasta, as a result of damage 
caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorms 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of essential 
services within this State have arisen and now exist in the Coun- 
ties of Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, 
Sutter, Tehama and Trinity as a result of damage caused by abnor- 
mally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorms which started 
on December 21, 1964; and 

2. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
Counties of Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, 
Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and Trinity and requires the combined 
forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, EDMTIND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 



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3tatc of (California 

December 21, 1964, in the Counties of Colusa, Del Norte, Glenn, 
Humboldt, Lassen, Mendocino, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, 
Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and Trinity; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation bo filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 23rd day of 
December, 1964. 



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GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
Secretary dt iXaXe 




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^xtcotiDt Bcpartmcnt filed 

In the Offio* of th« 8*or*t«ry 

3tatc of California »' »*>. 8uu of c.nfon 

DEC 2' 1964 
PROCLAMATION jrank M. JOJJDAN, Secrelary of State 

OF AN *y 



AMlttant S«cr«tary of Slot* 



EMERGENCY 



WHEREAS, an abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall 
has occurred in recent days throughout the northern portion of 
the State of California which has caused serious damage both to 
private and public property, as a consequence of which the cities 
and counties of the state have suffered serious damage to their 
road systems and have sustained loss of drainage structures, 
roadbeds, and road surfaces on the Federal-aid secondary system, 
and, in addition thereto, the state highway system, which 
includes tiie Federal-aid interstate and primary systems and 
portions of the Federal-aid secondary system, has suffered 
serious damage and has sustained loss of bridges, drainage 
structures, roadbeds and road surfaces, all of which constitutes 
an emergency affecting the entire State of California; and 

V/HEREAS, disastrous damage has been sustained by the 
public highways of California, resulting in the necessity for 
immediate repair or reconstruction of highways and bridges on 
the Interstate, primary and secondary Federal-aid highway 
systems and other bridges and highways in the state highway 
systems; and 

V/HEREAS, sucii conditions constitute an emergency as con- 
templated by the terms of Section 12^ of Title 23 U.S. Code, 
as amended by Section 107 of the Federal-aid Highway Act of 1959* 
and by Section 183.1 of the Streets and Highways Code; 



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3tJtc of Calirornia 

NOW, THEREKOIiE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of the 3tate 
of California, do liereby proclaim that an emergency exists 
throughout the northern portion of the State of California from 
the southerly boundaries of the Counties of Sonoma, Napa, Yolo, 
Sutter, Flacer, iQ Dorado, and Alpine to the Orocon state line, 
as a result of the storm and flood conditions and consequent 
damage to and loss of bridges and highways on the interstate, 
primary and secondary highway systems and other bridges and 
highways in the state highway system; that the immediate repair 
and reconstruction of such damaged and destroyed highways and 
bridges is vital to the security, well-being and health of the 
citizens of the State of California; and that the Secretary of 
Commerce of the United States is hereby requested to concur in 
the declaration of this emergency. 

IN WITNESS v;iiEIffiOK, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
23rd day of December, 1964. 




Governor of California 



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l^xtcotidc ©cpartment 

^tatc of Satifornia 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF DISASTER 



FILED 

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oMh,»„UufO.Mo7„'It 

DEC 2 "1964 
FRANK M.J9J»AN, Secretary Bf 
By 'd!^..iC^ 

Aiiiiiodf Stcratory of Stat* 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a Statp of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
Immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with Ihi' Director in rendering nil possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on December 22, 1Q64, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of f)ersons and property and to the maintenance of 
essential services within this State existed in the Counties of 



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State of California 



2. 



Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino and Shasta, as a result of damage 
caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorm 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 23, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, 
Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and 
Trinity, all as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of essential 
services within this State have arisen and now exist in the Coun- 
ties of Amador, Butte, El Dorado, Modoc, Nevada, Placer and Yuba, 
as a result of damage caused by abnormally heavy and continuous 
rainfall and windstorms which started on December 21, 1964; and 

2. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
Counties of Amador, Butte, El Dorado, Modoc, Nevada, Placer and 
Yuba and requires the combined forces of a mutual aid region or 
regions to combat; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 



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in me by the Constitution and laws of th^s State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 
December 21, 1964, in the Counties of Amador, Butte, Colusa, Del 
Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lassen, Mendocino, Modoc, 
Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, 
Tehama, Trinity and Yuba; and 

1 DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 
Done at the City of Sacramento this 28th day of Decem- 



ber, 1964. 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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I herewith determine that a state of emergency, as set forth in the 
Declaration of Emergency signed by the Director of Water Resources on 
December 25, 1964, does exist, and that funds for the work and remedial 
measures set forth therein are available under the appropriation made by 
Item 4/.6.8 of the Budget Act of 1958. The Department of Finance is directed 
to allocate to the Department of Water l^esources such amount as will be 
required to meet the emergency. 
Dated: December 25, 196*+ 



ATTEST ! 




FILED 

in tha Office of th> Snorlllary of Stal* 
of Vi\% bU»« 6f CtlifornI* 

li::,: ; '1964 

FRANK M^'OftOAM, Secrf'.iry of Stale 
By ...<^>^:r<^v:.:-u-^ 

Atthfam SctrtNirr if Jtal* 




STATE Of CAllfORNIA-RESOORCES AGENCY 



DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 



WIlllAM E. WARNE. OirMtof 



P. O. BOX 388 
SACRAMENTO 




DECURATION OF EMERGENCY 



December 25, 1964 

WHEREAS, recent storms and excess fve rainfall throughout the 
northern part of the State of California have resulted in and directly 
caused a situation of extraordinary stress and of disaster in said area of 
the State which threatens loss of and damage to property, public and private, 
including, more particularly, the destruction of and serious damage to 
levees and other vital flood control, irrigation and water conservation 
works and structures owned both by the State and local governmental agencies 
in said area of the State, creating an inr,inent danger to the lives, health 
and well-being of persons in this State, to the safety of public and private 
property and the maintenance of essential services, and giving rise to an 
emergency which is a matter of general public and State concern, requiring 
work and remedial measures to protect the health, safety, convenience and 
welfare of the general public of the State. 

NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to authority of law, and in particular 
Section ,28 of the Water Code, , hereby find and declare that the aforesaid 
recited matters are true and that an emergency due to storms and floods 
exists throughout Northern California northerly from approximately the 
latitude of Modesto to the border of the State of Oregon; that said emergency 
is a matter affecting the waters and dams of the State and is of general 
public and State concern; that work and remedial measures are required to 
immediately avert, alleviate, repair or restore damage or destruction to 



property having a general public and State interest and to protect the 
health, safety, and convenience and welfare of the general public of the 
State. 

I further find and declare that said emergency has called for and 
required, and does now caH for and require, the fuH exercise of any and 
an powers of this Department necessary and required to .eet said emergency. 
iN WITNESS WHEREOF, , have hereunto set ^ hand this ^^th day of 
December , ]%k_ 



RECOMMEND APPROVAL: 




Chief of Flood Operations 



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DIRECTOR of 
Department of Water Resources 



APPROVED: 



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ie/ Engineer 




WIIUAM I. WA«Nt, Dtrtlv 



STATE Of CA'.IF ORNIA-RESOURCES AGENCY 

Department of water resources 

P.O. BOX 188 
SACRAMENTO 




December 25, 196'+ 



Honorable Edmund G. Brown 
Governor of California 
State Capitol 
Sacramento, California 

Dear Governor Brown: 

Pursuant ,0 Section 128 of the ^' ''""'' ZZJ\ltZ tta™ " 

California. The emergency requires «^P^"f ^".^^^ .^ntJ functions of the 
remedial measures over and above the normal flood control ^^^ ^^ 

Department, such as ^-^'^'-^^{/^.SC' flood control operations, the 
Department emp oyees ^°^ ° ■" ^.^ ^J.^se of additional materials 
hiring of additional outsiae lao , k through or in cooperation 
and equipment for emergency ^°^^' /"^^'^°^'^ the Federal Government, or 
with any other State Department ^'[^gency, ^h« ^^^^J possible at this time 
political subdivision, City, or District. It is not poss 
?o estimate what these emergency expenditures will be. 

,t is recoi™.ended, and respectively i:^''""'^!^/' ,!^'?„jy ^^ 
these emergency expenditures be allocated to the Department from funds 
avaitaMe under Item M*6.8 of the Budget Act of 1958. 



Sincerely Yours, 




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Director 



Attach. 

cc: Honorable Hugo Fisher 



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FIUED 






In tht 0«lM of th« Ji . .. 

of ih* Sill* ef Cttifornl* 



JAN 5 1965 
FRANK M^JORDAN, Secrelajy of Sl|fe 




IPxccutioe Bcpartintnt 

^tatc of California 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAI'lATION 

I, EDMUND G. DROJ-m, Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
the 16th day of March, 1965, within the Fiftli Senatorial 
District of the State, consisting of the Counties of Trinity 
and Shasta, to fill the vacancy in the office of State Senator 
from said District resulting from the failure of Edwin J. Regan, 
Senator elect, to assume the office of Senator from the Fifth 
District on January 4, 1965. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
($100.00) for Uie arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections 
Code; the rev/ards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
e>:pended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000.00). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set ray hcind and caused 
the Great Seal of tlic State of California to be affixed hereto 
this 5th day of January, 1965. 




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Extcntivit Btpartmtnt 

^tate of California 



PROCL AMATION 

OF A 

cTttTU OF DISASTER 



^f= the State of California empower 
WHEREAS, the laws of the btaxe 

1 4n, « State of Disaster in an area or region 
the Governor to proclaim a State ox 

..!.. p.o.>„.tio„ ,...U « i» .rUi"» "^ -'" "- '«"• 
l™,«diat«ly upon It. l..>.»nc.-; .md 

»„EHEAS, It i. further provided by Seo.lon 2.B of 
,„tcU. Xin of t^e C„n.tlt„tlo„. a. adopted .v t.e p.ople of 
C^ Uo,„ia at t.e ,.-.». .-.ectlon ..Id „.. Nove-.et 3, .,04. .it. 
" pa...,e of Ptopositlon NO. I., t.a, t.e Uo,i,I.t„e a.aU 

! e t.e po.„ to ptovfde for, ot au.Wti.e .oca. .=..„, a,.no e 
<o p„vid. for, aov apptopri.t. roUef f™. ad v.lo.,. taction 
: 1 ,a, aft... ... .ien da..- fo, a ,iven ta. ,.at ta..... pt.p- 

: ; ,[ L,od „t de.tto,cd .. fite. f.ood. .a.t.,„a.. ot o..« 

act of Ood, and ,., t.o da»a,od ot d,.ttov.d p.op.ttv U .ocat. 

i„ an a,..„ o< .«.lo„ -.ic. wa. ™b..,uen.lv ptoo.al.ed .y the 

Governor to be In a State of Dl.a.t.r, and 

r.-f thP State of California, 
WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State 

have found and do hereby find: 

^^.1 r.-e t^vtreme neril to the safety of 

1 That conditions of extreme pt^ j- 

persons and'property within this State did arise and exist in the 
City of BurbanU. State of California, as a result of flooding an 
hill slides caused Uy heavy rains beginning November 9, 1964; and 

2 That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the President of the City Council of 
the City of Bur bank; and 

3 That local authority in directly affected areas was 
inadequate I cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 



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3tatc of California 



by reason of tht>ir magnitude; and 

4, That the afoicsaid conditions of extreme peril war- 
rant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State 
of Disaster. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim the existence of a State of Disaster in the City of Burbank, 
State of California; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect imme- 
diately, effective November 9, 1964, and that as soon hereafter 
as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secre- 
tary of State of the State of California; and that widespread 
publicity and notice bo given to this proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Doni" at the City of Sacramento this 5th day of 



January, 1965. 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNI 
Secretary of €lK,te 



FILED 

In the Offica of th* Saortttry of Suta 
ot th» 8l*t* of C»li»oinl« 

JAN 6 1965 
FRANK M JJXTOAN, Sejrct.^ry^of Stall 



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^xecutiut Btpartmtnt 

^tate of daliromia 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on December 22, 1964, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of 
essential services within this State existed in the Counties of 
Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino and Shasta, as a result of damage 



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3tatt of Calirornia 

caused \>y abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorm 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 23, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, 
Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and 
Trinity, all as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 28, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Amador, Butte, 
El Dorado, Modoc, Nevada, Placer and Yuba, all as a result of the 
same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and prof)erty and to the maintenance of essential 
services within this State have arisen and now exist In the Coun- 
ties of Alpine, L.vke, Sacramento and Yolo, as a result of damage 
caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorms 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

2. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
Counties of Alpine, Lake, Sacramento and Yolo and requires the 
combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to combat; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 



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3tatt of California 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 
December 21, 1Q64, in the Counties of Alpine, Amadoi , Butte, 
Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, 
Mendocino, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, Shasta, 
Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Yolo and Yuba; 

and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Groat Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^th day of 
January, lyb"!, 




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AttUtant Sscrvfary of 5tat* 



i^Kcutiue ©cpartincnt 

3tatf of (California 




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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OP MONEYS 
SECTION 3007, UNEMPL0YI4ENT INSURANCE CODE 




'a,!HEREAS, the State Controller has reported that t 
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund will be exhausted on or 
about January 13, and that there Is money in the Employment 
Contingent Fund and in the General Fund not required to meet any 
demands which have accrued or may accrue against them; and 

'aIHEREAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
3007 of the Unemployment Insurance Code, moneys may be trans- 
ferred from said funds to the Unemployment Compensation 
Disability Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to thf 
respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in the 

I Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the Con- 
troller shall transfer not to exceed $5,000,000 from the Employ- 

i ment Contingent Fund and $4,000,000 from the General Fund, to the 

I Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund under Section 3007 of 

, the Unemployment Insurance Code. 

I IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 

I has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 13th day of 

I: January, 196f;. 



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GOVERNOR 
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SE^ETARY OF ST^E 

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5tatc of California 



PRO rTAMATION ^.\,vO^ .^ 



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WHEREAS, the laws of the State of Cal'^ornla empower 
the Gove.nor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or liKely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 

and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 

State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
. regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I. as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on December 22. 1964. that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of 
essential services within this State existed in the Counties of 
Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino and Shasta, as a result of damage 




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^tacc of Calirornia 

caused by .(bnorma ] ly hoavy and continuous rainfall and windstorms 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 23, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, 
Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and 
Trinity, all as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 28, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Amador, Butte, 
El Dorado, Modoc, Nevada, Placer and Yuba, all as a result of the 
same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on January 5, 1965, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Alpine, Lake, 
Sacramento and Yolo, all as a rt-sult of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of essential 
services within this State have arisen and now exist in the Coun- 
ties of Napa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus and Tuolumne, as a 
result of damage caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rain- 
fall and windstorms which started on December 21, 1964; and 

2. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with th»^ aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of tht ir magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
Counties of Napa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus and Tuolumne and 
requires the combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to 
combat; and 



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3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 
December 21, 1904, in the Counties of Alpine, Amador, Butte, 
Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, 
Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San 
Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, 
Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^ /jth day of 
January, 1965. 

GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OP MONEYS 
SECTION 16310, GOVERNMENT CODE 

ifflSREAS, the State Controller has reported that cash in the 
[ General Fund will be exhausted on or about January 19. 1965. and 
!' that there Is money In the Architecture Revolving Fund and the 
, Special Deposit Fund (Motor Vehicle Department— Uncleared 
(Collections Account) not required to meet any demands which have 
accrued or may accrue against such funds; and 

VJHEREA3, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
16310 of the Government Code, moneys may be transferred from tsuchi 
! funds to the General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any moneys so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to thd 
respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in the 
General Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the Con- 
troller transfer not to exceed $6^,000,000 or so much thereof as 
may be needed from time to time during the remainder of the month 
of January, from said funds to the General Fund under Section 
16310 of the Government Code. 

IN WITNESS '.^'HEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this l^th day of 
January, 1965. 



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OF A 
STATH OF DISASTER 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a State of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which proclamation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, or city within the region, such aid shall 
be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans developed on 
a regional or other basis; and that it shall be the duty of local 
public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
did find, on December 22, 1964, that conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of 
essential services within this State existed in the Counties of 
Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino and Shasta, as a result of damage 
caused by abnormally heavy and continuous rainfall and windstorms 
which started on December 21, 1964; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 23, 1964, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Colusa, Glenn, 



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Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama and 
Trinity, all as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on December 28, 1964, find 
similiir conditions to exist in the Counties of Amador, Butte, 
El Dorado, Modoc, Nevada, Placer and Yuba, all as a result of the 
same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on January 5, 1965, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Alpine, Lake, 
Sacramento and Yolo, all as a result of the same storm; and 

WHEREAS, I did subsequently, on January 14, 1965, find 
similar conditions to exist in the Counties of Napa, San Joaquin, 
Solano, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne, all as a result of the same 
storm; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have further found and do hereby find: 

1. That similar conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property and to the maintenance of essential 
services within this State have arisen and now exist in the County 
of Marin as a rt-sul t of damage caused by abnormally heavy and con- 
tinuous rainfall and windstorms which started on December 21, 
1965; and 

2. That local authority in the affected areas is inade- 
quate to cope with the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril by 
reason of their magnitude, which places them beyond the control 
of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities within the 
County of Marin and requires the combined forces of a mutual aid 
region or regions to combat; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of extreme peril 
warrant and necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a 
State of Disaster; 



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NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, do hereby pro- 
claim that a State of Disaster does exist, and has existed since 
December 21, 1964, in the Counties of Alpine, Amador, Butte, 
Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, 
Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacra- 
mento, San Joaquin, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, 
Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect im- 
mediately, effective December 21, 1964, and that as soon here- 
after as possible this proclamation be filed in the Office of the 
Secretary of State of the State of California, and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF MONEYS ,'_,,;n^.^ ^ 
SECTION 16310, GOVERNMENT CODE 

WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that cash in the 
General Fund will be exhausted on or about February 24, 1965, and 
that there is money in the Motor Vehicle Fund and in the Special 
Deposit Fund (Motor Vehicle Department—Uncleared Collections 
Account) not required to meet any demands which have accrued or 
may accrue against such funds; and 

WHEREAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
16310 of the Government Code, moneys may be transferred from such 
funds to the General Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any moneys so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in the 

General Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the Controll* r 
transfer not to exceed $60,000,000 or so much thereof as may be 
needed from time to time during the balance of the 1964-65 
fiscal year, from said funds to the General Fund under Section 
16310 of the Government Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 24th of February, 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
AUTHORI.0ATION FOR TRANSFER OP MONEYS 
SECTION 3007, UI^IEMPLOy^ENT INSURAwCii CuoE 

V/HEREAo, the State Controller has reported that the 
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund will be exhausted on 
or about March 4, and that there is money in the Employment 
Contincent Fund and in the Motor Vehicle Fund not required to 
meet any demands which have accrued or may accrue against them; 
and 

V.'HEREAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to Section 
3007 of the Unemployment Insurance Code, moneys may be trans- 
ferred from said funds to the Unemployment Compensation Dis- 
ability Fund; and 

WrIEREAS, it Is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned 
to the respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money 
in the UnemploiT.ient Compensation Disability Fund; 

NOV/, THEREFOrffi, the Governor hereby orders that the 
Controller shall transfer not to exceed $5,000,000 from the 
Employment Contingent Fund and $32,000,000 from the Motor 
Vehicle Fund, to the Unemployment Compensation Disability 
Fund during the months of March and April, under Section 3OO7 
of the Unemployment Insurance Code. 

IN V;iTNES3 'JHEREOF, the Governor of the State of California 
has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 2nd day of 
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cf tha State of California 



MAR 1 1965 



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PROCLAMATION 

WHEREAS working women constitute 25.9 miliron of the 

Nation's working force, and are constantly strivinq 
to serve tiieir communities, their states and their 
country in civic and cultural programs, and 

a major goal of business and professional women is 
to help create better conditions for men and women 
through the study of social, educational, economic, 
and political problems; to promote "full partnership" 
in all phases of daily living; to further friendship 
with women throughout the world, and 

WHEREAS all of us are proud of their leadership in many 
fielas of endeavor, and their acceptance of "the 
responsibility of full partnership." 

NOV'/, THEREFORE, I EDMUND G. BROWN, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE 
OF CALIFORNIA, proclaim March 7 through 1.3, 19G5, as 



WHEREAS 



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State of Cn 
California, 
organizatio 
WOMEN, " by 
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NATIONAL BUSINESS VJOMEN ' S WEEK 

by a resolution adopted by tlie Legislature of the 
lifornia, and urge all citizens in the State of 

all civic and fraternal and other community 
ns, to join in the "SPRINGTIME SALUTE TO WORKING 
encouraging and promoting the celebration of the 
s of all business and professional women as they 
daily to our economic, civic, and cultural 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be 
affixed this fourth day 
of March, One Thousand 
Nine Hundred and Sixty 
Four . 




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PROCLAI'IATION OF EMERGENCY UNDER SECTION 2604 OF 
THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURAl-JCE CODE 



\JHEREAS, Section 2604 of Uie Unemployment Insurance Code 
provides that vihenever tlie Director of Employment believes that 
a change in contributions rate or disability benefit amounts may 
become necessary to protect the solvency of the Unemployment 
Compensation Disability Fund, he shall at once inform the 
Governor and tlie Legislature tliereof and make recommendations 
accordingly, and 

vnffiREAS, the Director of Employment acting under said 
Section 2604 by identical letters dated December 23, 1964, to 
Edmund G. Brown, Governor, Senator Hugh M. Burns, President Pro 
Tempore, and Assemblyman Jesse M. Unruh, Speaker, has informed 
the Governor and the Legislature that a change in contributions 
rate or disability benefit amounts is necessary by April 1, 1965, 
to protect the solvency of tlie said Disability Fund, and has 
recommended the enactment of corrective legislation on an 
urgency basis, and 

VJHEREAS, Assemblyman George N. Zenovich introduced 
Assembly Bill No. 241 on an urgency basis to become operative 
on April 1, 1965, which provides an increase of revenue to the 
said Disability Fund that would eliminate the present deficit 
cash position, brings revenue into balcuice with d i sbur semen ti,, 
and provides a small cash reserve to avoid future borrowing, but 
the 1965 Regular Session of the Legislature has not yet enacted 
Assembly Bill No. 241 or any otlier corrective legislation to 
protect the solvency of the said Disability Fund, and 



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WHEREAS, I find with respect to the Disability Fund 

1. Over the past three years the income to the 
Disability Fund has been substantially less than the 
amount paid out in benefits and administrative 
costs, and 

2. Under the authority of Section 3007 of the 
Unemployment Insurance Code the Disability Fund has 
borrowed and repaid t}ie following sums of money: 

(a) $1,000,000 in 1964. 

(b) $7,000,000 in 1965, and 

3. Under the authority of said Section 3007 in March, 
1965, as of the 23d of the month, the Disability 
Fund has borrowed $15,000,000. This sum has not 
been repaid, and 

4. Based on estimates of the Department of Employment, 
in order tliat the Disability Fund may continue the 
payment of benefits through April, 1965, the 
Disability Fund will have to continue to borrow 
money under said Section 3007 after March 23, and 
by April 23, 1965, the Disability Fund will have a 
cash deficit of about $30,000,000, and 

5. Based on estimates of the Department of Employment, 
the Disability Fund, in 1965, will have to continue 
to borrow money in every month from May through 
December, eind the Disability Fund v;ill have a 
month-end cash deficit in every month except May 



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and August, and 
6. Based on estimates of the Department of Employment, 
the year la65 will close with a cash deficit in the 
Disability Fund of approximately $22,000,000, and 
l«ffiREAS, because the borrowing authority permitted 
under Section 3007 terminates on December 31, 1965, action to 
make the Disability Fund solvent by that date is imperative, and 

V«IEREAS, if action to reduce disbursements from the 
Disability Fund and thus to eliminate the cash deficit as of 
December 31, 1965, is taken immediately, such action can be 
less drastic than if it is delayed because: 

1. immediate action would limit a reduction of benefit 
disbursements to approximately 13%. if action were 
delayed until July 1, approximately a 20% reduction 
would be required, and approximately a 40% 
reduction would be required if action were delayed 
until October 1, and 
2. Borrowing under Section 3007 of the Unemployment 
insurance Code subjects the Disability Fund to 
interest payments, thus reducing the amount of monei 
available in Uie Disability Fund for benefit 

payments, and 
WHEREAS, Section 2604 of the Unemployment Insurance 
code provides that if the Director of Employment has informed 
the Governor and the Legislature that he believes that a change 
in contributions rate or disability benefit amounts may 
become necessary to protect the solvency of the Disability Fund 



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then in such case the Governor nay proclaim an emergency and 
authorize tho Director o£ Employment to announce a modified 
scale of benefits or increased \vaiting period, or other chemges 
in regulations regarding the eligibility for payment of benefits 
v*iich tlie Director of Employment may deem necessary to assure 
the solvency of the said Disability Fund, such modified 
regulations to be in effect until the Governor proclaims the 
emergency at em end or until further action is taken by the 
Zjegislature, 

NCM, TtffiREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the po\i)er and authority 
vested in me by Section 2604 of tJie Unemployment Insursmce 
Code do hereby proclaim an emergency and authorize the 
Director of Employment to announce a modified scale of benefits 
or increased waiting period, or other changes in regulations 
regarding the eligibility for payment of benefits vAiich the 
Director of Employment may deem necessary to assure the 
solvency of the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund, and 
I direct that tliis proclamation shall take effect immediately, 
cind tliat as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation shall 
be given wide-spread publicity and notice. 



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IN VJITNESS VVHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of tlio State of California to be 

affixed. 

Done at tlic City of Sacramento, California, this 

day of March, 1965. 



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VniEREAS 



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April 9, llGS, will mark the 100th anniversary of 
the foriiial termination of hostilities at Appomattox, 
Virginia, in connection v;ith the great American 
Civil War, 1061-lo65; and 

The People of the United States, including those 
within the State of California, and particularly the 
younger generation of our citizens, should be 
reminded or the effect and importance of the 
reunification of our nation, beginning at 
Appomattox where on Palm Sunday, April 9, 10613, 
General Ulysses S. Grant clasped the open hand of 
General llobort E. Lee and the conflict v/as ended; and 

Coliiornia was a state divided in interest and 
Gi/nnpatliy during the Civil Vvar and Californians were 
to be found in tlic ranks of each of the Union forces 
and of tlie Confederate forces; and 

Tlie California Civil Mar Centennial Commission is 
dedicated to the commemoration of the centennial in 
California of the great vrar betv/een the states and 
related events and the commission has endorsed the 
observance of the centenary of the signing of the 
articles at Appomattox by the two great commanders; 

NOW, TIIEREFORi;, I, UDlIUinJ G. DROIVII, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF 
CALIFORNIA., proclaim Friday, April S, 1065, as 

APPOIiATTOX CENTENNIAL DAY 

as provided by a resolution adopted by the Legislature of the 
State of California, and urge all citizens to observe a moment 
of silence at 3:45 p.ra. , the hour of surrender one hundred 
years ago. 

IN WITNESS WliEI-iEOF, I jiave 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this eighth day* 
of April, One Tliousand 
Nine Hundred Sixty Five. 




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f,PRl5l965 
RANK, M()«jAH, SecrejTY o^>5^ 



PROCLAMATION 



The eternal message of hope and redemption 
spreads through the Christian world this 
H^Kweelc to reassure and comfort men m a 
tiir- of anxiety and turbulence. 

The Holv week message tells Cliristians of a 
Sacc beyond present conflict and arms them 
?o endSre vitS grace and fortitude the trials 
of the present. 

SiSlSi/^lSSu? . our "= ", -^„<='i^,^r 
all citizens of the Christian faith to observe 
this day vith reverence for the peace of our 
spirits and of our world. 

IN WITNESS WIIEREXJF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
15th day of April. 
One Thousand Nine 
Hundred and Sixty- 
Five. 




Attest: 




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PROCLAMATION 



JL 0^'^'"°''''^^°" °^ ^^^ "^^ anniversary of the founding of 
the organization of American States and in recognition of 
the essential unity of the North and South American com- 
Tr^A^!^'"^^ President has proclaimed the week of April 
18-2 4 as "Pan American Week." 

nf''?.^^^ cultural, economic and social ties to the people 

persona? t^ter^f ' ''^J."'"^"" ^^" ^ ^^^"^^ historicarail 
personal inters t m this important celebration. 

SoIlth°fnH''r"^r'^? V- Californians were born in countries of 
o? Lat?Js. " America. Many more are sons and daughters 

in'^?h; rM^f!^"?^?^ ^^^ working side by side with Chileans 
cro^^^i- r ?^^^^°"" Program, an Alliance for Progress 
project; California Peace Corps volunteers are in manv 
countries of South America; California agric"ti?arand 
our"frf!:'"'' products flow into Latin countries! and Jhrough 
haJ hf! ^''*'^ "/" exchange of products and people wJich 
has been going on for many years. wnicn 

Together, our peoples share the same goals: democracv 
lor^r '^^ ^^^ individual, peace and prosperity ?ali - 
fornians have actively sought and fought for tho^e goals 

?odaT:e'?e^f?irth\°m?°^" ^^'^^^ -°-^^^ ^" seeking^^L'^; 

of t^^tn^ l^^J^ President Johnson's request that governors 
of the 50 states issue proclamations calling attention to 
Brnl^"r^"^'''°"4 f^endship, now, therefore, irEdSSnd G 

weerof AprI^18^4'';i'"p"'^ ^° officially proclaim^he 
weex or April 18-24 as "Pan American Week. " 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th 
Day of April, A.D. One 
Thousand Nine Hundred and 
Sixty-five. 




ATTEST 



Governor ' 



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APR 1 5 1965 



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I, EDMUND a. BROWN, Governor of California, hereby 
proclaim, pursuant to Section 8 of the State School 
Bulldlnc Aid Bond Law of iq64. 

That Chapter 1^8, Statutes of 1964 of the First 
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the State 
of California, bein^ the State School Building Aid Bond 
Law of 1<>64, was duly submitted to the people at the 
special election consolidated with the General Election 
held on November 3^ 1964, and 

That the votes cast thereat were counted, returned 
and canvassed and declared in the same manner and subject 
to ttie same rules as votes cast for state officers, and 
said act received a majority of all of the votes cast for 
and against it at the election, and that the act became 
effective and shall be irrepealable until the principal 
and interest of the liabilities therein created shall be 



paid and discliarged, 




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GOVERNOR 



Attest: 



SECRETARY 



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'In the 01Be» of ♦*!• 8» c i» t» i' y of CJUrijt 
of Iha State o( California 

yR 29 1965 
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£.ilQ.ilkAMATIOn 

VJIiEREAS* Tlie Payroll Savings Plan for U.S. Savings Bonds is 
one of tiic best v;nys in which persons can save for 
tlicir future needs, and at the same tirae help 
assure the future froedoi.i of America; and 

\iHERiirf\S# Hay 1, 1961J, has been designated as the starting 

date for the campaign to encourage the purchase of 
U.G. Savings Bonds; and 

11)11^^1:^3, Tne President of the United States has asked ne to 
serve as honorary chairnian of the Payroll Savings 
Bonds Canpaign in the State of Gnlifornia; and 

ViHLTiEAS, Tne Month, of Hay is a major launching t.lme for these 
Savings Bonds Programs to give more citizens the 
opportunity to participate in practical ijatriotisn, 
to aid the national purpose, and to improve their 
own individual financial health; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT I, EDIiUITD G. BRO\m, 
GOVEUIiO;; OF THi; STATE OF OM^IFOUUIA, declare the Month of 
May, ly;j5, as 

CALIFORITIA SAVINGS BOinDS MONTH 

and urge all citizens and organizations, public and private, 
to participate actively in this patriotic purpose. 

ii: witi:ess \/hereof, i have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the state of California to 
be affi::ed this twenty-ninth 
day of April, One Thousand 
Nine Hundred Sixty Five. 




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APR 2 9 1965 

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AUTHORIZATION FOR TRANSFER OF MONEYS 
SECTION 3007, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CODE 



WHEREAS, the State Controller has reported that the 
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund will be exhausted 
on or about June 3, 1965, and that there is money in the 
Employment Contingent Fund and in the General Fund not 
required to meet any demands whicli have accrued or may accrue 
against them; and 

v;hereAS, it has been determined that, pursuant to 
Section 3007 of the Unemployment Insurance Code, moneys may be 
transferred from said funds to the Unemployment Compensation 
Disability Fund; and 

WHEREAS, it is understood that any money so transferred 
under the authority of this authorization shall be returned to 
the respective funds as soon as there is sufficient money in 
the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund; 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor hereby orders that the 
Controller shall transfer not to exceed $5,000,000 from the 
Employment Contingent Fund and $11,000,000 from the General 
Fund, to the Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund during 
the month of June, under Section 3007 of the Unemployment 
Insurance Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia has hereunto set his hand at Sacramento this 1st day 
of June, 1965. 




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PROCI. A NATION 

OK A 

STATE OF DISASTER 

W11|.:R1.:AS, tl.,- laws of the Slate of California empower 
the Governor to proclaim a Stale of Disaster in an area or region 
of this State affected or likely to be affected by certain condi- 
tions of extreme peril to persons and property within the State, 
which procl.-unation shall be in writing and shall take effect 
inunediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is provided by law that during a State of 
Disaster the Director of the California Disaster Office shall act 
as the coordinator of all State disaster activities in connection 
with such emergency, and every State agency and officer shall 
cooperate with the Director in rendering all possible assistance; 
and 

WIF.REAS, it is further provided by law that during a 
State of Disaster, when the need arises for outside aid in any 
county, city and county, and city within the region, such aid 
shall be rendered in accordance with the mutual aid plans devel- 
oped on a regional or other basis: and that it shall be the duty 
of local public officials to comply with such plans; and 

WHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, 
have found and do hereby find: 

1. That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property and to the maintenance of essential services 
have arisen and now exist in the City of Los Angeles, State of 
California, as a result of slide damage to public and private 
property in the Pacific Palisades area starting on or about June 5, 
1965; and 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a 
State of Disaster therein by the Mayor of the City of r^s Angeles; 



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In (he Office of the Secretary ol 8Ul« 
cf the Slate of California 

JUN 2 ■?. 1965 

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