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Wsit California 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



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

IlTat each of the microphotographic copies of any paper 
document or record follcwing in this roll of film is a full and 
correct copy of the original filed in my office, and that each 
of said copies was microphotographed under my direction and 
control this l"l day of f'\ .1 \ ' • i 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia. 






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WHEREAS, California is experiencing a period of increased seismic activity which is 
lil<ely to produce more earthquakes of damaging intensities in the future; and 

WHEREAS, emergency preparedness measures taken before, during, and after a damag- 
ing earthquake can reduce loss of life and property, ease fears, and lessen the confusion which 
follows a tremor; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 15, the Governor's Office of Emergency Services, 
with the assistance of governmental agencies, service organizations, elementary schools, 
major corporations. Neighborhood Crime Watch groups. Girl Scout chapters, and private 
citizens, will work to inform and educate all California residents about such earthquake 
preparedness measures; and 



WHEREAS, this year California officials will be assisted in their efforts to 
California quake safe" by the enthusiastic, popular character. Yogi Bear; and 



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WHEREAS, it is important that earthquake safety information which is distributed during 
the week of April 15 be studied and observed throughout the year; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 15-20, 1985 as Earthquake Preparedness Week and urge all citizens to 
learn proper safety measures to follow before, during, and after an earthquake to prevent 
injuries, loss of life, and prop>erty damage. 



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 January 
1985. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California. 



JAN 8 - '^'"^^ 
MMCH FONQ EU, 8»c™t«ry of StA 






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WHEREAS, Martin Luther King, 3r. was a devout man who committed his life to 
obtaining equal rights and justice for all Americans; and 

WHEREAS, for over 12 years, Dr. King was actively involved in the civil rights 
movement, promoting active but nonviolent confrontation of the 3im Crow Laws of the south 
and de facto segregation of the north; and 

WHEREAS, the Civil Rights Act of 196'f and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were 
achieved, in large part, through the efforts of Dr. King to convince America to live up to its 
most cherished ideals and apply them equally to all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, always a believer in the Gandhian principle of nonviolent civil disobedience 
to attain social and political goals, Dr. King received the Nobel Peace Prize for his selfless 
and altruistic actions; and 

WHEREAS, the life and sacrifice of Martin Luther King, 3r. should be remembered and 
revered by present and future generations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 15, 1985 as Martin Luther King, 3r. Day and join all Californians in 
recognizing the 56th anniversary of the birth of Dr. King. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 'fth day of January 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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JAN 8 -'-9~^^ 



MAKH PONQ EU, S^rrtary of StA ^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California. 









WHEREAS, Martin Luther King, 3r. was a devout man who committed his life to 
obtaining equal rights and justice for all Americans; and 

WHEREAS, for over 12 years. Dr. King was actively involved in the civil rights 
movement, promoting active but nonviolent confrontation of the 3im Crow Laws of the south 
and de facto segregation of the north; and 

WHEREAS, the Civil Rights Act of 196't and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were 
achieved, in large part, through the efforts of Dr. King to convince America to live up to its 
most cherished ideals and apply them equally to all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, always a believer in the Gandhian principle of nonviolent civil disobedience 
to attain social and political goals. Dr. King received the Nobel Peace Prize for his selfless 
and altruistic actions; and 

WHEREAS, the life and sacrifice of Martin Luther King, 3r. should be remembered and 
revered by present and future generations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 15, 1985 as Martin Luther King, 3r. Day and join all Californians in 
recognizing the 56th anniversary of the birth of Dr. King. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seai of the State of 
California to be affixed this 'tth day of January 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALI 



MARCH FONG EU, S«cratary af State i 

FORNIA ^Ur^t^UU^.^y^' 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the education and growth of California's children is one of the State's 
fundamental responsibilities; and 

WHEREAS, the mental, physical and emotional health of the child has a direct impact on 
the ability of the child to learn; and 

WHEREAS, school health programs and professionals have contributed substantially to 
the prevention, detection, and treatment of illness in schools; and 

WHEREAS, this professional management of children's health has resulted in a safer and 
more productive educational environment; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate ttiat school health professionals be recognized for the vital 
role they serve in the administration of health services; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 20-26, 1985 as School Health Awareness Week, in honor of the 
dedicated service provided by school health professionals. 



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 3anuary 
1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of iho SMrt* of Collfemla 

JANl 5 1^85 
MMCH FOKG EU. Secretafy of Stati \ ^P 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, the outstanding achievements and ideas of the American inventor, Thomas 
Alva Edison, form a living legacy which continues to inspire all who are committed to science 
and its related disciplines; and 

WHEREAS, the continuing pursuit of excellence in science and technology ensures the 
advancement of society; and 

WHEREAS, California's schools are the forum for the development of future leaders in 
the areas of science and technology; and 

WHEREAS, the cooperation of California's technological community and aspiring stu- 
dents is a formidable educational tool; and 

WHEREAS, programs initiated by the observice of Edison Science and Engineering Youth 
Day have served to stimulate interest and involvement in science and technology; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 11, 1985 as Edison Science and Engineering Youth Day and 
encourage continued cooperation between California science and industry and the educational 
system. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set mv hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 15th day of January 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



JANl 7'^'B^. 
MU£H POHQ EU, Stpretanr o» 8tt 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, the residents of California are extremely mobile and use their automobiles 
more than the people of any other state; and 

WHEREAS, automobile accidents result in a significant number of injuries and deaths 
each year which could be prevented by using common sense when driving; and 

WHEREAS, all motorists should practice defensive driving techniques; and 

WHEREAS, public and private institutions, along with concerned individuals, can promote 
traffic safety by increasing public awareness of proper safety methods; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 19-25, 1985, the public is encouraged by private 
organizations to observe added caution on the highways and roads of California; and 

WHEREAS, this observance should lead to greater safety awareness on our streets and 
highways; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19 through 25, 1985 as Traffic Safety Week in California and encourage 
all citizens to participate in appropriate activities. 



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 January 
1985. 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 









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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of itM Stat* of MHornta 

JANl 71585 \ 
MARCH PDNG EU, StclMaiy of State\ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the outstanding achievements and ideas of the American inventor, Thomas 
Alva Edison, form a living legacy which continues to inspire all who are committed to science 
and its related disciplines; and 

WHEREAS, the continuing pursuit of excellence in science and technology ensures the 
advancement of society; and 

WHEREAS, California's schools are the forum for the development of future leaders in 
the areas of science and technology; and 

WHEREAS, the cooperation of California's technological community and aspiring stu- 
dents is a formidable educational tool; and 

WHEREAS, programs initiated by the observance of Edison Science and Engineering 
Youth Day have served to stimulate interest and involvement in science and technology; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 11, 1985 as Edison Science and Engineering Youth Day and 
encourage continued cooperation between California science and industry and the educational 
system. 



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 January 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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JANl 8'^'P'"^ 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 






WHEREAS, marriage provides the solid foundation upon wtiich America's society has 
grown and prospered; and 

WHEREAS, the enduring values of love, faith, trust and mutual respect are fostered by 
the lifelong commitment tjetween husband and wife; and 

WHEREAS, these values establish a loving and positive environment in which all 
members of the family may grow and mature; and 

WHEREAS, the institution of marriage continues to provide security and stability 
through the difficulties of modern society; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 10, 1985 as World Marriage Day in California and urge each spouse 
and family member to reaffirm their commitment to marriage and family. 



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 January 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of Sjate 




Deputy Sec/sUiry of State 












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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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Of *■ Hal* af Caltfernki 

JANl 81^'85 
MWCH ram eu, licretary of Stiti I 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, from the days of Christopher Columbus to the present, America's history is 
unique and exciting, and offers all students, from young children to adults, an opportunity to 
learn from the experiences of the past; and 

WHEREAS, through the study of our nation's history, we gain an insight into the past and 
an appreciation for the struggles and victories of our forefathers; and 

WHEREAS, as we become more knowledgeable in American history, we are better able 
to understand current events and how they will affect the future; and 

WHEREAS, the Daughters of the American Revolution annually observes February as 
American History Month and sponsors appropriate activities to promote our common heritage; 
and 

WHEREAS, this observance traditionally includes an essay contest to encourage school 
children to further their knowledge of American history and the freedoms we enjoy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1985 as American History Month 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 17th day of 3anuary 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, crime and the fear of crime are no longer problems limited to metropolitan 
areas; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years rural communities have experienced an increase in criminal 
activity; and 

WHEREAS, rural crime results in significant economic losses which slow production and 
increase the cost of farm operations; and 

WHEREAS, effective rural crime prevention programs protect property and assist in 
identifying and recovering goods, thereby detering criminal activity; and 

WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of state and local governments, private industry, and 
the rural community to cooperate in effective crime prevention efforts; and 

WHEREAS, the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force will be observing 
California Rural Crime Prevention Month during February; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1985 as California Rural Crime Prevention Month, and encourage all 
citizens to participate in specially planned activities. 



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 January 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, agriculture is California's largest, strongest and most productive industry; 



WHEREAS, the California Future Farmers of America prepares California's youth to 
assume successful careers in this vital industry; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to teaching agricultural techniques and knowledge of the industry, 
ttie Future Farmers of America also promotes leaderstiip skills, patriotism, loyalty, and 
teamwork, as well as individual achievement; and 

WHEREAS, this ensures that California's future farmers will also be California's future 
community and state leaders; and 

WHEREAS, the Future Farmers of America, in its commitment to the progress and 
development of agriculture, secures the future growtti and prosperity of our state and our 
nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-23, 1985 as Future Farmers of America 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 22nd day of 3anuary 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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MARCH RWG EU, Secretary of Stat* 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-42-85 



WHEREAS, the State of California has requested a ruling from the Internal Revenue 
Service concerning the application of Section «f l«t(h)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code (26 USCA 
Section 'fl'f(h)(2)) to retirement contributions for State employees belonging to the Public 
Employees' Retirement System; and 

WHEREAS, Section i^Mh)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code empowers employers to "pick- 
up" retirement contributions on behalf of employees. Such contributions are not included in 
the employee's gross income in the year in which such amounts are contributed. Such amounts 
are includable in the gross income of the employee of beneficiary in the taxable year in which 
such amounts are distributed; and 

WHEREAS, Chapter 79'f, Statutes of 1983, provides that the State may pay all or a 
portion of the normal contributions to be paid by a State member of the Public Employees' 
Retirement System and that such payments shall be credited to member accounts; and 

WHEREAS, the Internal Revenue Service has ruled that, in light of Chapter 79'f, Statutes 
of 1983, retirement contributions paid by the State on behalf of employees are covered by IRC 
Section itMh)(2); and 

WHEREAS, the State Revenue and Taxation Code Section L ^01 incorporates the 
provisions of IRC Section t^\l^{h)(2)•, and 

WHEREAS, Chapter 79'^, Statutes of 1983, further states that its provisions shall be 
subject to applicable collective bargaining laws; and 

WHEREAS, the Department of Personnel Administration is the Executive branch agency 
responsible for salary administration for State employees exempted by law from collective 
bargaining; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order: 

The Department of Personnel Administration is hereby directed to implement, effective 
with the February pay period, the provisions contained in Section itMh){2) of the Internal 
Revenue Code concerning the tax treatment of employee retirement contributions paid by the 
State of California on behalf of Management, Supervisory, Confidential and Excluded 
employees. The Department is also directed to meet with appropriate labor organizations to 
discuss implementation of the provisions for employees subject to collective bargaining. 



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PiTSuant to Section fl't(h)(2) contributions to a pension plan, although designated under 
the plan as employee contributions when paid by the employer in lieu of contributions by the 
employee, under circumstances in which the employee does not have the option of choosing to 
receive the contributed amounts directly instead of having them paid by the employer, may be 
excluded from the gross income of the employee until these amounts are distributed or made 
available to the employee. Implementation of Section 'fl'f(h)(2) is accomplished through a 
reduction in wages pursuant to the provisions of this Order. 

1. DEFINITIONS. Unless the contest otherwise requires, the definitions in the Order 
govern the construction of the Order. 

A. "Employees". The term "employees" shall mean those employees and officers 
of the State of California designated as Management, Supervisory, Confiden- 
tial or Excluded who made employee contributions to the PERS retirement 
system. 

B. "Employee Contributions". The term "employee contributions" shall mean 
those contributions to the PERS retirement system which are deducted from 
the salary of employees and credited to individual employee's accounts. 

C. "Employer". The term "employer" shall mean the State of California. 

D. "Gross Income". The term "gross income" shall mean the total compensation 
paid to employees designated as Management, Supervisory, Confidential and 
Excluded by the State of California as defined in the Internal Revenue Code 
and rules and regulations established by the Internal Revenue Code. 

E. "Retirement System". The term "retirement system" shall mean the PERS 
retirement system as made applicable to the State of California under the 
provisions of the Public Employees' Retirement Law (California Government 
Code Section 20000, et seq.). 

F. "Wages". The term "wages" shall mean the compensation paid to employees 
covered by this Order. 

2. PICK-UP OF EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS. 

A. Pursuant to the provisions of the Order, the employer shall make employee 
contributions on behalf of employees, and such contributions shall be treated 
as employer contributions in determining tax treatment under the Internal 
Revenue Code of the United States, Such contributions are being made by 
the employer in lieu of employee contributions. 

B. Employee contributions made under Paragraph A of this Order shall be paid 
from the same source of funds as used in paying the wages to affected 
employees. 

C. Employee contributions made by the employer under Paragraph A of this 
Order shall be treated for all purposes other than taxation in the same 
manner and to the same extent as employee contributions made prior to the 
effective date of this Order. 

D. The employee does not have the option to receive the employer contributed 
amounts paid pursuant to the agreement directly instead of having them paid 
to the retirement system. 

3. WAGE ADJUSTMENT. 

Notwithstanding any provision in existing pay letters, the wages of employees shall 
be reduced by the amount of employee contributions made by the employer 
pursuant to the provisions hereof. 



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LIMITATION TO OPERABILITY. 

This order shall be operative only as long as the State of California pick-up of 
employee retirement contributions continues to be excludable from gross income of 
the employee under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. 



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 January 
1985 



GovernOT of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



h IIm oIM of ihe S«rt1ory of 5»ot» 
of itM SloH of CalMornlo 

JAN 3 1 .^S? 
HMCH FONG EU, SKretam ol Sta»\ 



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WHEREAS, music is a universal language which has enriched the lives of people in all 
parts of the globe; and 

WHEREAS, throughout each stage of America's development, music accompanied the 
sounds of men and women at work, children at play, and communities gathered in celebration; 
and 

WHEREAS, this beautiful art form can stir deep emotions of joy or pathos within one's 
heart; and 

WHEREAS, one can also obtain peace and serenity from listening to a melodious musical 
passage; and 

WHEREAS, much of the favorite music of people throughout the world was written by 
American composers who are deserving of recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1985 as American Music Month 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 31st day of January 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State 












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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

h Aii •■e* of the S«rttary of Stol* 
•I A* S4att of CalK«rnl€ 

JAN 3 1 'f'.n-. 
MARCH RJNQ EU, Secrrtsfy of State 



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WHEREAS, providing quality education to our young people continues to be our greatest 
challenge in education as well as our most vital responsibility; and 

WHEREAS, we rely largely on school teachers to ensure proper instruction in a wide 
variety of subjects, ranging from arithmetic to zoology; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to teaching academics, teachers provide guidance, support, and 
encouragement to their students; and 

WHEREAS, many times it is the interest and attention of a favorite teacher that steers a 
student into a career field; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we recognize California's teachers and express 
gratitude for the care and concern they have for their students; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 16, 1985 as Day of the Teacher and encourage all citizens to participate 
in observances that express their appreciation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1985. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



Secretary of State 






Depiv</y Secretary of^State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 



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if Ikt Stat* of CalHernI* 

JAN 3 1 rC- 
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WHEREAS, providing quality education to our young people continues to be our greatest 
challenge in education as well as our most vital responsibility; and 

WHEREAS, we rely largely on school teachers to ensure proper instruction in a wide 
variety of subjects, ranging from arithmetic to zoology; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to teaching academics, teachers provide guidance, support, and 
encouragement to their students; and 

WHEREAS, many times it is the interest and attention of a favorite teacher that steers a 
student into a career field; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we recognize California's teachers and express 
gratitude for the care and concern they have for their students; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 16, 1985 as Day of the Teacher and encourage all citizens to participate 
in observances that express their appreciation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1985. 



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ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 






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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the citizens of California have long recognized the special bond between 
people and their pets; and 

WHEREAS, animals provide unique benefits in terms of companionship, loyalty, affec- 
tion, and devotion; and 

WHEREAS, the humane treatment of animals and pet ownership is a responsibility many 
people undertake; and 

WHEREAS, the observance of National Pet Week draws special attention to the necessity 
of protecting and showing kindness to animals; and 

WHEREAS, ttie enhancement of the relationship between people and pets significantly 
improves their quality of life, 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5-11, 1985 as California Pet Week, and urge all California pet owners to 
reflect on the joy and pleasure derived from their pets. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1985. 





Governor of California 




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Secretary of State 
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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FlUED 

JAN 3 11985 
MARCH FONG EU, SecnMy Of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California. 




WHEREAS, on February 19, 19W, Executive Order No. 9066 was issued which resulted in 
the evacuation and internment of 112,000 American citizens of 3apanese ancestry; and 

WHEREAS, this action was taken in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the 
growing fear and suspicion which surrounded the thousands of Japanese American citizens 
living on the West Coast; and 

WHEREAS many native born and naturalized American citizens suffered severe finan- 
cial lo!s"s aste'u "rioss of personal rights and freedoms during this bleak stage in Americas 
history; and 

WHEREAS it is important that the internment of Japanese Americans during World War 
II be r!memL?ed to enX that American citizens will never again be refused their personal 
liberties while residing in their own country; 

Ninw THFREFORE I GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
u K ;.I^ pSmfrv 19 1985 as A Day of Reme.nbrance: Japanese American Evacuation 
a^dln'c'oTragranC^^^^^^^^^^^^ on' this tragic action taken against American citizens. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1985. 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FIIZED 

la tfw elllc* of th* Secretary of 
•( ilM iMta •( CalHcfflta 

JAN 3 1 ''85 
MARCH FONQ EU, Stcrttafy of 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, America's free enterprise system forms the foundation of a strong and 
dynamic economy; and 

WHEREAS, the education and experience of young people in business affairs helps to 
ensure the future prosperity and success of this system; and 

careers; and 

WHEREAS it is fitting that the state and the business community pause t°/«^°g";f ^ ^.^^ 
substantial suj^ort and souni reinforcement FBLA has provided California's youth and busmess 

environment; 
California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1985. 




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of Nm Stat* of Colifomla 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the United States Marines' raising of the stars and stripes on Mount 
Suribachi, Iwo 3ima is one of the most renowned representations of the valiant soldiers who 
fought in World War II; and 

WHEREAS, February 23, 1985 marks the «fOth anniversary of this immortalized event; and 

WHEREAS, one of the most notable observances of this event will be the dedication, in 
the presence of Japanese and American delegations, of a monument on Iwo 3ima to the brave 
men who fought and died there; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that Californians share in this tribute to wartime heroism, 
peacetime brotherhood and veterans of all wars; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1985 as Iwo 3ima Month 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 «tth day of February 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of Cahfornia C' 



Secretary of State 



XiQp^v Secretary 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Km o»e» of ^ Smf^arf « 9M» 
o( «tM Stott of CalKemta 

FEBl 1 'is'85 \ 
MARCH 'ONG EU, Secretiry of SW»\| 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, with the assistance of mortgage bankers, California citizens are able to 
purctiase single family residences, and developers are able to invest in apartment buildings and 
industrial complexes; and 

WHEREAS, also through the services of mortgage bankers, out-of-state insurance 
companies, savings institutions, and pension funds invest in California's thriving businesses; and 

WHEREAS, these business transactions benefit the economy of the state as well as the 
parties involved; and 

WHEREAS, the California Mortgage Bankers Association will be observing Mortgage 
Bankers Week during the week of February 10 in recognition of the valuable services provided 
by its members; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 10-16, 1983 as Mortgage Bankers Week. 



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 February 
1985. 




Governor of California (J 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th* offle* of itw Sccratary of Stat* 
of Km iMt of California 

FEBl 1 1Q85 

HMRCH FONG EU, JecntMy of state 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, the benefits of good eye tieaith motivate people to maintain their vision 
through responsible eye health care; and 

WHEREAS, early diagnosis and accurate treatment of eye problems are instrumental in 
the prevention of blindness; and 

WHEREAS, regular eye examinations and proper safety procedures are also excellent 
preventative eye health care tools; and 

WHEREAS, Save Your Vision Week promotes public awareness of the importance of 
proper eye health care and the vital role served by eye health care professionals; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 3-9, 1985 as Save Your Vision Week in California, and encourage all 
citizens to take appropriate measures to protect their precious gift of vision. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Uth day of February 
1985. 





Governor of California 




Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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1M ORVCV Or TTw svcriTory 
•f Nw Slata of Coll 

FEB 1 3 r'8'~4ai 

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A PROCLAMATION 
bv the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by nations throughout Southeast Asia, 
providing a common and unifying bond; and 

WHEREAS, the new year celebration offers a time to join together with family and 
friends in commemoration of the achievements of the past while exchanging symbols of luck 
and happiness for the future; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1985 Southeast Asian communities throughout the state will 
welcome the Year of the Ox, Lunar Year 'J683; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the Year of the Ox and extend best wishes for a joyous celebration to 
all Californians observing this special event. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Uth day of February 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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0( l«M SM* of California 

FEB 1 5 ^'85 
MARCH FONG EU, 8«pret«y of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by nations throughout Asia, providing a 
common and unifying txjnd; and 

WHEREAS, the new year celebration offers a time to join together with family and 
friends in commemoration of ttie achievements of the past while exchanging symbols of luck 
and happiness for the future; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1985 Chinese communities throughout the state will welcome 
the Year of the Ox, Lunar Year 't683; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the Year of the Ox and extend best wishes for a joyous celebration to 
all Californians observing this special event. 



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 February 
1985. 

Governor of California 




ATTEST: 




Secretary of State 



Depv^^ Secretary of(^atB 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of Calitornia. 



Inlht «»»(• of the »«™Jon' ?f ** 
of itw Stott of CalHemta 



FEBl 5 '"85 
IttRCH PONG EU, Swretity of State 






WHEREAS, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by nations throughout Asia, providing a 
common and unifying bond; and 

WHEREAS, the new year celebration offers a time to join together with family and 
friends in commemoration of the achievements of the past while exchanging symbols of luck 
and happiness for the future; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1985 Korean communities throughout the state will welcome 
the Year of the Ox, Lunar Year 't683; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the Year of the Ox and extend best wishes for a joyous celebration to 
all Californians observing this special event. 



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 February 
1985. 




ATTEST 




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Governor of California 




Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA i^ fow tu. 8««taf»^rt stat. 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia. 



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WHEREAS, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by nations throughout Asia, providing a 
common and unifying bond; and 

WHEREAS the new year celebration offers a time to join together with family and 
friend!" commemoration of the achievements of the past while exchanging symbols of luck 
and happiness for the future; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1985 Vietnamese communities throughout the state will 
welcome the Year of the Buffalo, Lunar Year '*683; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby p7o'c™m 198° as' the Year of the Buffalo and extend best wishes for a joyous 
celebration to all Calif ornians observing this special event. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Uth day of February 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In *• offle. of th» S^f'Jjnrw »»•• 
of Mw Stcrt* of CalHornta 

FEBl 5r'S^> 
MMCH FONG EU, Sacretary of Stat* 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California. 



WHEREAS, California has long been recognized as a national and world center of 
engineering excellence, contributing numerous achievements and advancements to the profes- 
sion; and 

WHEREAS, services and facilities provided by engineers greatly enhance the health, 
safety, and well-being of all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, California, with her diverse industries and innovative traditions, provides 
engineers with a fine opportunity to contribute to our society; and 

WHEREAS, the Institute for the Advancement of Engineering is observing February 17 
through 23, 1985 as Engineer's Week; and 

WHEREAS, during this week, special attention will be focused on "Engineers: Turning 
Ideas into Reality"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 17-23, 1985 as Engineers 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 I'fth day of 
February 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California t/ 



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Secretary of State' 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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Of *• SM* of CglKomto 



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FEB! 5 

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AMENDED 
EXECUTIVE ORDER D-36-8* 

WHEREAS, the State and local tax systems have undergone continuous and significant 
change since the last comprehensive study of the system was done 20 years ago; and 

WHEREAS, there is concern that the existing tax structure does not reflect changes in 
the economic base created by modern electronic technologies and other new developments and 
may not be adequate to fund government over time; and 

WHEREAS, the current tax system is replete with specific tax provisions which may now 
be irrelevant or obsolete; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 



1. 
2. 

3. 



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The Tax Reform Advisory Commission is established to study the State's tax 
structure and to recommend needed reforms for the State's revenue apparatus. 

The Commission shall be composed of a chairman and six voting members. The 
Director of Finance and a member of the Board of Equalization shall serve as 
nonvoting members. 

The Commission shall be charged with the following nonexclusive responsibilities: 

a. To determine the adequacy of California's tax base in light of future needed 
services; 

b. To review tax exemptions, deductions, credits and distribution to determine 
any inequities that may exist; 

c. To review the impact of the California tax structure on California's economy 
and on the business climate of the State and consider whether the tax 
structure is appropriate in light of the changing economy; and 

d To propose recommendations that will make the tax system more equitable, 
reduce abusive tax provisions, equalize the tax burden among our citizens 
while not causing an overall increase in taxes. 

All state agencies, departments, boards and commissions are directed to assist the 
Tax Reform Advisory Commission in the implementation of this executive order. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 












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WHEREAS, the Lunar New Year is celebrated by nations throughout Asia, providing a 
common and unifying bond; and 

WHEREAS, the new year celebration offers a time to join together with family and 
friends in commemoration of the achievements of the past while exchanging symbols of luck 
and happiness for the future; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1985 Asian communities throughout the state will welcome 
the Lunar New Year H6S3, known as the Year of the Ox in the Chinese and Korean 
communities and the Year of the Buffalo in the Vietnamese community; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the Year of the Ox and Buffalo and extend best wishes for a joyous 
celebration to all Californians observing this special event. 



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 February 
1985. 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 

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of the State of California 



DIRECTION 



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M. 



MARCH FONG EU Secn^ of State 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et seq. ) 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on January 23, 1985, adopted a Second 
Supplemental Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted 
by the Trustees on September 22, 1971) authorizing the 
issuance of $11,200,000 principal amount of California State 
University Parking System Revenue Bonds, Series C, and said 



reso 



lution was approved by the State Board of Control of the 



State of California at a meeting duly held on February 6, 



1985; and 



WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 



University, on January 23, 1985, adopted a resolution 
requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds of Series C for sale, and to sell the same, in the 
parcels and numbers set forth in the form of notice contained 



in said re 



solution, and authorizing and requesting the State 



Treasurer to cause a notice inviting 



sealed bids for the 



purchase o 



f said Bonds of Series C to be published in the 



rovided in said resolution, and said 



manner and form p 

resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of the 



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of the State of Califomia 



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Ati^4;&2.o'clodc 



DIRECTION 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et seq. ) 



M. 



MA^H FONG Em Semfn of Stats 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on January 23, 1985, adopted a Second 
Supplemental Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted 
by the Trustees on September 22, 1971) authorizing the 
issuance of $11,200,000 principal amount of California State 
University Parking System Revenue Bonds, Series C, and said 
resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of the 
State of California at a meeting duly held on February 6, 
1985; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on January 23, 1985, adopted a resolution 
requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds of Series C for sale, and to sell the same, in the 
parcels and numbers set forth in the form of notice contained 
in said resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State 
Treasurer to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the 
purchase of said Bonds of Series C to be published in the 
manner and form provided in said resolution, and said 
resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of the 



state of California at a meeting duly held on February 6, 
1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series C for sale, and sell 
the same, in the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the 
terms and conditions set forth in the form of notice 
contained in said resolution of the Trustees of the 
California State University. Said bonds to be so sold shall 
be $11,200,000 principal amount of California State 
University Parking System Revenue Bonds, Series C, dated 
March 1, 1985. The sale shall take place at the office of 
the Treasurer of the State of California, Room 110, 915 
Capitol Mall, Sacramento, California, at 10:00 A.M. on such 
date prior to May 1, 1985 as you may determine. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this ^<^ day of February, 1985. 



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SECRETARY OF STATE 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of Mm Slot* of Colifernta 



FEB 2 Oi^;B^. 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, today's young people are our most vital resource and will become the leaders 
of tomorrow; and 

WHEREAS, the United Nations has designated 1985 as International Year of the Youth in 
an effort to increase international understanding of young people and their economic and 
social environment; and 

WHEREAS, organized youth groups throughout California, such as Scouting, the YMCA, 
Camp Fire, Boys and Girls Clubs, and the American Camping Association, have joined together 
to promote special events and programs directed toward the youth; and 

WHEREAS, by participating in well-coordinated and supervised activities, the young 
people will obtain essential leadership skills and a better understanding of each other; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the International Year of the Youth in California and encourage all 
citizens to support and participate in specially designed programs and activities. 



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 Febru- 
ary 1985. 




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Governor of California 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FEB 2 5'f:S5 
lHARpH FONG EU, Secrejanr of state ^__ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the most important resource of this nation is its people and their strength, 
productivity and happiness; and 

WHEREAS, ail segments of society are constantly faced with personal traumas and 
dilemmas in the workplace and in the home; and 

WHEREAS, these problems can lead to family and marital discord, impaired health, lost 
productivity and an inability to cope with life's challenges; and 

WHEREAS, professional social workers perform a vital service by the assistance they 
offer to working Americans and their families in coping with the problems presented by a 
modern society; and 

WHEREAS, the California Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers will be 
focusing on the unique social impacts of the problems of work and family stress during the 
month of March as it observes Social Work Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March, 1985 as Professional Social Work Month 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 22nd day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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WHEREAS, agriculture is the leading industry of our nation and our state, accounting for 
one-fifth of our gross national product and more than one-fifth of our jobs; and 

WHEREAS, California continues to lead every other state in the nation in the value of its 
agricultural production, as it has done for the past 37 years; and 

WHEREAS, every dollar of farm receipts generates an additional three dollars in the 
state's economy, adding greatly to our financial stability and economic well-being; and 

WHEREAS, the ingenuity and productivity of our farmers are virtually unmatched, and 
the productive capacity of our farms provides food and fiber for people around the world; and 

WHEREAS, National Agriculture Day is being observed throughout the United States on 
March 20 to recognize the valuable contributions of the industry to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 20, 1985 as Agriculture Day in California and urge citizens to join 
Americans everywhere in this worthwhile celebration. 



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 Feb- 
ruary 1985. 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT feb2 sr^'" 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State \ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA j,. />].u.^.lL.u^x^ -^ 

" •] Deputy >,J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, scoliosis, a lateral deviation of the spinal column, is a crippling and 
debilitating disorder; and 

WHEREAS, Hippocrates is credited with naming this deformity which has afflicted man 
for centuries; and 

WHEREAS, left untreated scoliosis can lead to other serious health problems, including 
arthritis, nerve pressure, and even shortened life expectancy; and 

WHEREAS, no treatment is as successful as early detection which can significantly 
reduce the need for surgery; and 

WHEREAS, the American Chiropractic Scoliosis Foundation will be conducting special 
community health programs throughout 1985 to emphasize the importance of early detection 
and annual screenings of children; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as Scoliosis Awareness Year. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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MARCH F0N6 EU, Swrrtiry o< State j 
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, in recent years there has been a dramatic increase in the use of illegal drugs 
by our young people, including some as young as fourth grade; and 

WHEREAS, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 93% of all young people 
will use alcohol and (yk% will use marijuana prior to high school graduation; and 

WHEREAS, illicit drug use and alcohol consumption are leading causes of death among 
young people aged 16-2'f; and 

WHEREAS, through education and community action, Californians For Drug-Free Youth 
is working to prevent and reduce adolescent abuse of illegal drugs; and 

WHEREAS, this non-profit coalition of concerned citizens believes the key to prevention 
is to provide our youth with the tools to choose drug-free alternatives; and 

WHEREAS, on March 15 and 16, Californians For Drug-Free Youth will sponsor a 
conference focusing on successful prevention programs involving young people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 10-16, 1985 as Californians for Drug-Free Youth Week and encourage all 
citizens to join in its efforts to reduce drug use among our young people. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of Feb- 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FEB 2 5'"'^'' 

MARCH FONG EU, Secrettty of StatB 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, good healtti is dependent on a balanced diet and responsible nutrition; and 

WHEREAS, dieticians are highly trained professionals who assist people in properly 
nourishing their bodies; and 

WHEREAS, increasing public awareness of the importance of good nutrition and the 
expert assistance dieticians may provide in in this area is a laudable goal; and 

WHEREAS, the California Dietetic Association each March joins the American Dietetic 
Association in observing Nutrition Awareness Month; and 

WHEREAS, California citizens are wise to take this opportunity to become better 
educated on the role of diet and nutrition in their lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March, 1985 as Nutrition Awareness Month. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of February 
1985. 



Governor of California 




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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In *• oBw of 1»» »»?^1' ?* *^ 
of i(m Sla1» o» ColHofnta 

FEB 2 b\W-' 
MMKH FONC EU, Secretary of State 



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Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia. 









WHEREAS, the trees enriching this land serve as a source of beauty and pleasure; and 

WHEREAS, modern lifestyles and efficiency would not be possible without the broad 
spectrum of products which derive from trees; and 

WHEREAS, trees are essential to the maintenance of a balanced environment and the 
provision of habitats for wildlife; and 

WHEREAS, appreciation of this vital natural resource is a responsibility shared by all 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Arbor Day each year provides an excellent opportunity for all Californians to 
reflect upon the beauty and countless benefits bestowed by trees; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 7, 1985 as Arbor 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 22nd day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 



ATTEST 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FEB 2 5'i^'B5 





Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, ttie expansion of the designed structures and systems of California is 
constantly occurring to meet the changing needs of its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, it is often a challenge to meet standards of efficiency while maintaining 
aesthetic quality and popular appeal; and 

WHEREAS, professionals in the field of design and drafting have had enormous success in 
merging these often divergent goals; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that the citizens of this state recognize the importance and 
necessity that the experienced design and drafting professionals provide; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March ^-March 8, 1985 as Design/Drafting Week m California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



/State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



F I C E D 

In w0 offlcv of tTM Mctvtofy of 9loVo 
of ifw Sttt* of Collfornhi 

FEB 2 ems 

MA^H FONO EU. Swretny of Stat* 









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WHEREAS, the study and mastery of the many fascinating languages spoken throughout 
the world is a rewarding pursuit; and 

WHEREAS, the experience gleaned from learning and thinking in another language leads 
to greater insight into the culture associated with it; and 

WHEREAS, in order to promote understanding l)etween nations and beneficial inter- 
national transactions, it is necessary for Americans to become familiar with the languages 
spoken in other lands; and 

WHEREAS, foreign language courses and their teachers are a vital part of the curricula 
of California's educational system; and 

WHEREAS, the California Foreign Language Teacher's Association is observing Foreign 
Language Week March 3-Vlarch 9, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 3-9, 1985 as Foreign Language 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 25th day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 










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la llw one* of Itw Swftary of StaH 
Of tb* 9Mt« of CalHornta 

FEB 2 e,\W' 

:retary of Stats 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the Camp Fire organization is ttie nation's oldest educational and recrea- 
tional youth organization and will be celebrating its 75th birthday during March 1985; and 

WHEREAS, participation in Camp Fire offers young people the opportunity to develop 
cherished friendships while engaging in informal educational programs; and 

WHEREAS, Camp Fire encourages its members to develop to their fullest potential and 
contribute to their communities by sharing their talents with others; and 

WHEREAS, Camp Fire will commemorate its 75th birthday by coordinating a nationwide 
celebration of friendship; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend Camp Fire for its 75 years of service to the community and extend best 
wishes for a most joyous birthday celebration. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 




Governor of Californiar 



Secretary of State 



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WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women serving our country as members of the various 
reserve units within the United States Armed Forces have created a distinguished record of 
success; and 

WHEREAS, the Navy Construction Battalion, widely known as the "Seabees", exemplifies 
this outstanding service; and 

WHEREAS, those who have served, and continue to serve, have given unselfishly of 
themselves to assist in the protection and defense of this nation; and 

WHEREAS, the location of many Seabees installations in California is beneficial to the 
state and its residents; and 

WHEREAS, on March 5, 1985, these California reserve units will be joining the United 
States Navy Seabees in observing the '♦3rd anniversary of its inception; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 5, 1985 as Seabee Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

In «M office (rf Itw Swr#gfy of Stata 
of «tM Stota of CoUfbrnto 

FEB 2 C'^^^^ 
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(J Deputy Q 



By. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, music is a universal language which has enriched the lives of people in all 
parts of the globe; and 

WHEREAS, education in music develops sensitivity, aesthetic awareness and intellectual 
expansion in young people which will serve them throughout their lives; and 

WHEREAS, the month of March, 1985 has been designated by the Music Educators 
National Conference as national Music In Our Schools Month; and 

WHEREAS, the focus of the 1983 observance is the theme, "Music for All Ages"; and 

WHEREAS, Music In Our Schools Month is a valuable opportunity for Californians to 
share in the understanding and support of the ongoing process of music education; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March, 1985 as Music In Our Schools Month in California and encourage all 
Californians to reflect on the benefits music brings to their lives. 



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 Feb- 
ruary 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 




toifary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In 1<w offlM of I** 8»crt«aty o» Slot* 
of Itw Slata e( California 

FEB 2 Q'P^' 

cretanf of St3ti\ 





EXECUTIVE ORDER D-*3-85 

WHEREAS, Dr. Martin Luther King, 3r. was a man of remarkable achievement dedicated 
to high principles of racial equality and non-violent social change; and 

WHEREAS, since 198t California has recognized Dr. King's contributions through cele- 
bration of a state holiday on the third Monday of January; and 

WHEREAS, the Congress and President have enacted legislation creating a commission 
to be known as the Martin Luther King, 3r. Federal Holiday Commission; and 

WHEREAS, this Commission has been created to provide support for appropriate 
ceremonies and activities throughout the country relating to the first observance of the 
federal legal holiday honoring Dr. King; and 

WHEREAS, California encourages residents of diverse backgrounds to acknowledge 
Dr. King's noteworthy accmplishments through ceremonies and festivities that coordinate with 
and benefit from activities in other parts of this country; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

A There is created within the Governor's office an entity entitled the Dr. Martin 
Luther King, 3r. California Holiday Commission to organize and coordinate 
activities in California with those throughout the nation that will celebrate the 
first Federal Holiday activities for Dr. King; 

B. Individuals representing diverse interest groups having a sound appreciation and 
deep respect for the accomplishments and proposals of Dr. King shall be included 
on the Commission; 

C The Commission shall be located within the Governor's Office of Community 
Relations and shall receive necessary administrative support from that office; and 





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D. The Commission shall continue in existence until the celebration of the first 
federal holiday honoring Dr. King to be held on the third Monday of January, 1986 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

Ifl ttw offlc9 Or nW StCTttory or Stolv 
e( tfw Stota of CalHernIa 



FEB 2 8''^- '\ 

M/^H FONG EU, Secrttafy of State \ ^, 

(/ Deputy ;^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout history women have made significant contributions to the 
development of our state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, the achievements of women have encompassed all areas of life including 
business, religion, the arts, education, athletics, and social progress; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years it has become customary to designate a special time to 
recognize and celebrate the lives of countless women who, by living their lives, made the 
world a better place; and 

WHEREAS, by studying the lives of these special people, one gains a greater awareness 
of our diverse national and state culture; and 

WHEREAS, the week of March 3, 1985 has been designated National Women's History 
Week to commemorate the major achievements of women throughout America; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 3-9, 1985 as Women's History Week in California and encourage all 
Californians to join in recognizing the significant contributions women have made to our state 
and 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 Feb- 
ruary 1985. 



ATTEST: 




jovernor of California C/ 



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Secretary of Sta 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



F I C E D 

In «h« offic* of 1*>e Swretary of Shito 
of ftM Slot* of CalKornIa 

FEB 2 81-85 

MARCH FONG EU, SecTrtay of stats 1 



WHEREAS, California has long been a major site for aerospace facilities and continues 
to welcome aerospace institutions within her Ijorders; and 

WHEREAS, the aerospace industry employs 710,000 California residents who contribute 
to the economic, professional and social vitality and well-being of our state; and 

WHEREAS, forty-five percent of all NASA contracts nationwide are given to aerospace 
institutions in California; and 

WHEREAS, California's aerospace industry continues to attract talent and important 
resources for California's higher educational institutions; and 

WHEREAS, California is recognized not only as a national leader in the aerospace 
industry, but also as a world leader; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 7, 1985 as California Aerospace Day in recognition of the valuable 
contributions the aerospace industry has made to California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 28th day of Feb- 
ruary 1985. 






Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of Stat 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 







.MAR5-1985 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, mental retardation is a problem which today affects 6 million individuals and 
their families across America; and 

WHEREAS, the most effective weapon for prevention and alleviation of this serious 
problem is public knowledge and understanding; and 

WHEREAS, the ootential for citizens with mental retardation to function more indepen- 
dently and productively must be developed; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of March, 1,600 state and local units of the Association for 
Retarded Citizens of the United States are carrying on educational and fundraising campaigns; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March, 1985 as Mental Retardation Month and encourage all Californians to 
increase their awareness of this problem. 



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 March 
1985. 




Governor of California t/ 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ^ PICED 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^•••— c-*«.. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, with the passage of the Enabling Act on March 9, 1885, the California 
Legislature paved the way for the founding of one of the finest universities in the West; and 

WHEREAS, Stanford University has consistantly and continually maintained an excep- 
tional reputation of academic excellence and scholastic achievement, and is known throughout 
the nation and world for its commitment to providing quality education for its students; and 

WHEREAS, research conducted at Stanford has led to major advancements in the fields 
of science and medicine by which all Americans have benefited; and 

WHEREAS, the faculty and administration of Stanford University can take great pride in 
its contributions to the state and nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby congratulate Stanford University as it begins its Centennial Years celebration and 
extend sincere gratitude for its significant contributions to California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ^tth day of March 
1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FlUED 

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of ih. Slol* of ColWrto 

MAR 5 -'^'85 

M4RCH fONO EU,,8ecr»W (X SWt^ 
Deputy / 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the responsibilities and tasl<s performed by secretaries are of vital impor- 
tance to ttie efficient and successful operation of organizations of every description; and 

WHEREAS, the mastery of ttie many skills and advanced technologies associated witti the 
secretarial profession is a great challenge; and 

WHEREAS, the contribution of a skilled secretary to the smooth functioning of an office 
is sometimes overlooked; and 

WHEREAS, it is important for all Californains to recognize the pivotal role played by 
professional secretaries; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-April 27, 1985 as Professional Secretaries Week and April 2^ 1985 as 
Professional Secretaries 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 6th day of March 
1985. 



Governor of California' 



ATTEST: 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In th© officv of w% ••crotefy of Stcitv 
0f Km Mol* •! Californta 

MAR 6 -i"'85 



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WHEREAS, licensed vocational nurses comprise a substantial and growing segment of 
this state's health care professionals; and 

WHEREAS, licensed vocational nurses are constantly striving to upgrade the quality of 
health care in California; and 

WHEREAS, licensed vocational nurses are expanding their professional health care role 
through increased education, research and practical training; and 

WHEREAS, this expanded role is a benefit to all citizens requiring medical care; and 

WHEREAS, the Licensed Vocational Nurses Convention will be held during March, 1985, 
at which time it is fitting to recognize their contribution to quality health care; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of March 1 1-March 16 as Licensed Vocational Nurses Week in 
California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of March 
1985. 




Governor of Californicr 



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Secretary of State 




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MAR 6 -'^'8^^ 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the Portuguese have provided a significant contribution to California's social 
and cultural heritage since the days following the Gold Rush; and 

WHEREAS, the early Portuguese immigrants to California were attracted by whaling 
but, by the turn of the century, the Portuguese were involved heavily in farming and fishing; 
and 

WHEREAS, the economic well-being of the state has been enriched by the influence of 
the Portuguese on agriculture, the state's leading industry; and 

WHEREAS, California citizens of Portuguese ancestry continue to enrich the state's 
treasured ethnic diversity; and 

WHEREAS, for 20 years the Portuguese community in California has celebrated its 
unique heritage and contributions to the state during the second week of March; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 3-9, 1985 as Portuguese Immigrant Week in recognition of the many 
significant contributions the Portuguese have made to California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of March 
1985. 



Governor of California' 




Secretary of Stat 




Deputy S0or/6tary or Statn 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



la llw efllo* of th« lecrefory of StolO 
of 1t» JMt» Of Collfornki 

MAR 6 -'HB-. 
MARCH FOHQ EU, Swretsry of Stat* 



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WHEREAS, during World War II, ttie Nazis wantonly murdered six million 3ews as part of 
a systematic genocide; and 

WHEREAS, the Nazi Holocaust has become a symbol of grevious crimes against 
humanity; and 

WHEREAS, while reflecting on the Holocaust, we have the opportunity to rededicate 
ourselves to the principle of equal justice for all people; and 

WHEREAS, the people of California should remain eternally vigilant against all tyranny 
and bigotry while ensuring that the horrors of the Holocaust are never repeated; and 

WHEREAS, 1985 marks the 'fOth anniversary of the liberation of the survivors of the 
Holocaust; and 

WHEREAS, April 18 has been designated pursuant to an Act of Congress and internation- 
ally as Yom Hashoah, a Day of Remembrance of Victims of the Nazi Holocaust; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April I'f-il, 1985 as Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust and 
encourage all citizens to join in the international commemoration of this tragic event. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of March 
1985. 

Governor of California 




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WHEREAS, our children, our most important resource, will shape the direction of our 
future; and 

WHEREAS, the number of reported cases of child abuse increases in disturbing numbers, 
with many cases unreported each year; and 

WHEREAS, the combined efforts of medical, educational, social service and criminal 
justice agencies, and concerned citizens is needed to improve services and increase protection 
for abused and neglected children; and 

WHEREAS, the nation's children have a right to grow and become productive members of 
our society free of the threat of abuse or neglect; and 

WHEREAS, the month of April is nationally proclaimed Child Abuse Prevention Month to 
promote public awareness of the pervasiveness of this problem and the need to aggressively 
pursue solutions; and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary for all Californians to join in this observance and the battle 
against child abuse it represents; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the month of April, 1985 as Child Abuse Prevention Month 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 March 
1985. 





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Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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MAR - '^'^"^ 
MUCH RJNQ EU, Secrstanr of State 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, an effective criminal justice system must recognize the rights of victims as 
well as those of the accused; and 

WHEREAS, an informed public can only enhance the fair administration of justice and 
ensure that adequate services and assistance to crime victims are appropriately provided; and 

WHEREAS, numerous victims and witnesses of crime have greatly benefited from the 
assistance provided by victim service providers in California; and 

WHEREAS, in recognizing the harsh realities experienced by victims of crime, the 
Federal Victims of Crime Act of 198f has been signed into law by President Reagan, providing 
additional financial support of victim assistance and compensation programs; and 



WHEREAS, attention is called to Victims' Rights Week in order to focus on the 
seriousness of the problems faced by crime victims, to identify successful programs that 
support these victims, and to increase public awareness of the wide range of services and 
assistance available to crime victims and witnesses; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby pr(i:laim April lf-20, 1985 as Victims' Rights Week in California and encourage 
recognition of the efforts of concerned citizens, lawmakers, and law enforcers working to 
improve the criminal justice system on behalf of victims. 



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 March 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State \ 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

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of Mm Stol* of Colifornta 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Cahtornia 



WHEREAS, ttie senior population in ttie nation continues to increase, with estimates 
showing that by the year 2010, one out of every seven people will be over age 65; and 

WHEREAS, accidents are the fifth leading cause of death among persons over the age of 
65, an accidental death rate more than double the rate for the rest of the population; and 

WHEREAS, the risk of injury from accidents is also great, resulting in more than 600,000 
elderly hospital admissions each year; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has a mandate by 
law to reduce the risks of injury; and 

WHEREAS, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has established the national 
campaign "Safety for Older Consumers" as a means to increase awareness among the senior 
population of possible hazards in their homes; 

NOW THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby applaud the Consumer Product Safety Commission for its "Safety for Older Consumers 
campaign and urge all state and local agencies to support its efforts at increasing safety 
awareness among senior citizens. 



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 March 
1985. 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la Km oflk* of the Sacretary of Stota 
of Mm Stota of California 

MAR 1 1 1985 
MMtCtrWKI EU Secreta^ of^jtatt y 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the Order of DeMolay was established as a character building organization of 
young men from 13 to 21 years of age; and 

WHEREAS, it attracts young people seeking to become the strong citizens and leaders of 
tomorrow; and 

WHEREAS, for 66 years the Order of DeMolay has developed programs of athletic 
competition, social activity, community service and charitable projects to encourage and 
inspire these young men; and 

WHEREAS, members of DeMolay set fine examples by their contributions to community 
welfare and by addressing themselves to society's present and future needs; and 

WHEREAS, DeMolay organizations throughout California will be observing the week of 
March 17-2'f, 1985 as International DeMolay Week in honor of the 66th anniversary of the 
Order. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of March 17-2'*, 1985 as International DeMolay 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 Uth day of March 
1985. 







Governor of California 



TTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In tiw «Me» of ttw Secretary of Sto«* 
cf Mm Stat* of California 

MAR 1 1 'f:ns 
MARCH FONG EU, Secrettiy of SUt8 ^ 

V Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is rich in natural beauty and resources; and 

WHEREAS, every citizen has a responsibility to keep his environment clean for the 
benefit of future generations; and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary to work together to preserve clean air, fresh water and the 
natural beauty of our land; and 

WHEREAS, Keep America Beautiful Week has organized millions of Americans for over 
a decade in a nationwide effort to improve the community environment by establishing 
recycling centers, restoring beachfronts, and landscaping; and 

WHEREAS, by the observation of Keep America Beautiful Week, attention is focused on 
community improvement and the importance for all citizens to be involved in this effort; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-27, 1985 as Keep America Beautiful Week in California and urge all 
Californians to be conscious of preserving the natural beauty of 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 11th day of March 
1985. 



Governor of California 





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Secretary of State 



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Deputy Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la Hw effio* «f Itw Sacretary gf Stat* 
of Ih* Stott of Callfernki 



'i^'85 






MARl 
H F0N6 Eg, iKntM^ Of Stat* ^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State oi Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the United States Merchant Marine began in the early 19th century traveling 
ocean trade routes in square riggers and clipper ships; and 

WHEREAS, the record of service by the United States Merchant Marine during World 
War II as the world's largest merchant fleet remains a highly respee led legacy; and 

WHEREAS, the Merchant Marine continues to provide vital services in support of our 
economic well-being and our state and national defense; and 

WHEREAS, international shipping and trade is an integral part of California's economic 
stability; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women who serve the Merchant Marine deserve recognition and 
support for their outstanding contributions; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 22, 1985 as Maritime Day in California in recognition of these fine 
Merchant Marines. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Uth day of March 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



by. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



of itM JW» •» Callfomla 



MAR 1 ? 'fi8 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the soil is a dynamic ecosystem which teems with plant and animal life and 
provides food and shelter for a great variety of wildlife species; and 

WHEREAS, human existence is dependent upon our ability to wisely manage our soil 
resources for food production; and 

WHEREAS, although 500 years are required to form one inch of new topsoil, our nation is 
losing an average of 6.U billion tons of soil to erosion every year; and 

WHEREAS, the responsibility to practice and promote good land management measures 
that conserve our valuable soil resources is shared by all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the National Wildlife Federation has designated the week of March 17-23, 
1985 as a time to increase the awareness of our nation's soil problems and the importance of 
soil resources in our daily lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 17-23, 1985 as National Wildlife Week in California and encourage all 
citizens to participate in appropriately organized activities. 



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 March 
1985. 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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Secretary oi b 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, accidental poisonings pose a serious ttireat to all residents of California, 
particularly children; and 

WHEREAS, too often poisonings occur because young people have access to commonly 
used drugs and medicines and potentially toxic household products such as polishes, cleansers, 
and paint solvents; and 

WHEREAS, with proper instruction and safety awareness, the numljer of accidental 
poisonings can be substantially reduced; and 

WHEREAS, poison prevention control centers, through informational and educational 
programs, have been instrumental in awakening individuals to the need for poison prevention, 
including the proper use of child protective packaging; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of March 17, 1985, national attention will be focused on 
poison prevention efforts and the need to remove harmful substances from a child s reach; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebrproclaim March 17-23, 1985 as Poison Prevention Week in California and urge all 
citizens to increase their knowledge of poison prevention techniques. 







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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the development and refinement of weather satellites have contributed 
immeasurably to improved weather forecasts and human safety around the world; and 

WHEREAS, weather satellites have proved extremely valuable in detecting, monitoring 
and giving advance warning of hurricanes, severe local storms, flash floods and other hfe- 
threatening hazards; and 

WHEREAS weather satellites have evolved into environmental satellites that today 
monitor snow and ice cover, fruit frost and vegetation vitality, forest fires and volcanic 
eruptions, and sea surface temperatures and ocean currents; and 

WHEREAS, California aerospace firms have made exceptional contributions to the 
development of the weather satellite; and 

WHEREAS, April 1, 1985 marks the silver anniversary of weather satellites, and will be 
commemorated by President Reagan and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- 
tion; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 31-April 6, 1985 as Weather Satellite Week in California in recognition 
of the 25th anniversary of the launch of the first weather satellite. 



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 March 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 

Depu^ Suoretary oi ^l^j 






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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the administrative and procedural tasks of a hospital are vital to its efficient 
and precise operation; and 

WHEREAS, it is crucial that these functions are performed by skilled, knowledgable and 
responsible personnel; and 

WHEREAS, the expertise of hospital admitting personnel assists both patients and other 
medical professionals; and 

WHEREAS, the California Hospital Admitting Managers is sponsoring Hospital Admitting 
Personnel Recognition Week in honor of the dedicated admitting personnel working throughout 
the state; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby pr^clLm the week of April 1-7, 1985 as Hospital Admitting Personnel Recognition Week 
in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great S^al of the State of 
California to be affixed this 15th day of March 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la llw efllc* of IIm Sacretary of Stat* 
of Hm Stat* of CalKernla 

MAR 1 9 iq85 
MARCH FOtK EU, Secretary of State \ j 

(J Depwty 7j 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, California's Fair Housing Law was enacted to ensure that a fair choice of 
housing was available to individuals at the same income level, in the same market area, 
regardless of race, color, religion, sex, martal status, national origin or ancestry; and 

WHEREAS, despite this landmark legislation and efforts to eliminate housing discrimina- 
tion, complaints filed with the State Department of Fair Employment and Housing continue to 
increase in number; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of April, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing 
will participate with interested parties from both the public and private sectors in a national 
campaign to promote fair housing; 

WHEREAS, programs should be conducted throughout California involving numerous 
organizations including fair housing councils, the California AP^^^"\^";. -^^^^^^f/^^"' ^'^^ 
California Association of Realtors, housing industry associations, and the Department of 
Housing and Urban Development; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 1985 as Fair Housing Month 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 15th day of March 
1985. 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



of Ih* »g1» o» California 



MARCH 



tCH FONG EU. Secretary Of StaM^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, minority women continue to struggle to overcome racism and sexism when 
seeking employment, despite major efforts to destroy these barriers; and 

WHEREAS, to combat this discrimination, the Filipino American Women's Network 
(FAWN) was formed to represent Asian Pacific American Women, particularly Filipino 
Americans, in national and international forums on women's issues; and 

WHEREAS, FAWN encourages public awareness of Filipino American women of all ages, 
interests and abilities; and 

WHEREAS, by participating in these training activities, women are better able to 
develop important skills and expand their awareness of issues affecting them; and 

WHEREAS, during the weekend of March 23, 1985, FAWN is sponsoring its Second 
Leadership Conference in Berkeley, California; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 23, 1985 as Filipino American Women's Day in Cahfornia. 



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 March 
1985. 



ATTEST: 





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Governor of California 



/ of Statey /^/^ 

''Deputy Secretary of State 



Secretary of State 












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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



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WHEREAS, the dcx:umentary filmmaking community has made outstanding contributions 
to the cultural, political and social aspects of our society; and 

WHEREAS, combining the many creative possibilities of the medium of film with the 
goal of conveying factual, informative material can present a serious challenge; and 

WHEREAS, the International Documentary Association, a nonprofit organization, pro- 
vides valuable support for the achievements of nonfiction film and video makers around the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, on March 23, 1985, in an effort to promote the recognition of the value of 
documentaries, the IDA is paying special tribute to the Documentary Oscar Nominees; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 23, 1985 as Documentary 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 18th day of March 



1985. 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the future of our state and nation depends substantially upon ttie continued 
productivity of California's soils; and 

WHEREAS, this continued productivity requires a reduction of the erosion that results in 
6.k billion tons of soil being destroyed each year; and 

WHEREAS, the responsibility to practice and promote good land management measures 
that conserve our valuable soil resources is shared by all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, state and federal agencies, groups and individuals are renewing their 
commitment to worlc together to reduce the erosion problem in California by 15 percent by 
1989; and 

WHEREAS, the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts is commemo- 
rating 50 years of soil and water conservation efforts in California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April, 1985 as Soil Conservation Month 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 18th day of March 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






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F0N6 EU, Secretary of Stats 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the State of California has achieved a recognized position of leadership in 
aerospace and high technology, manufacturing and agriculture, tourism and film production; 
and 

WHEREAS, these outstanding accomplishments, indeed the exceptional health of the 
entire United States economy, wou!d not be possible without a strong commitment to 
international commerce; and 

WHEREAS, it has been estimated that every additional billion dollars in new exports 
means «*0,000 new jobs— ^tOjOOO new paychecks brought home to American families; and 

WHEREAS, California's geographical location and the excellent port facilities it offers 
combine with its diversified and high quality production to inspire its pivotal role in the 
promotion of world trade; and 

WHEREAS, the observance of World Trade Week recognizes the importance of Califor- 
nia's leadership in international trade, both for state and national economies, and for peaceful 
international relations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19-25, 1985 as World Trade 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 20th day of March 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



In ttw 0«e» It «««• i»critary of 9(M 
•f itM SKrtt Of ColHwnla 

MAR 2 1 'W-> 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Secretwy of Strti^ 



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WHEREAS, as Americans we can appreciate the many freedoms and opportunities we are 
fortunate to be blessed with; and 

WHEREAS, many of our ancestors suffered through paralyzing trauma and devastating 
hardships so that we, their children, would have the opportunity to build a future of hope and 
prosperity; and 

WHEREAS, the Armenian people endured unparalleled tragedy as they struggled under 
the oppression of the Ottoman Turks in the early part of this century; and 

WHEREAS, approximately 1.5 million Armenians were killed by the brutal, systematic 
massacres ordered by the Turkish government; and 

WHEREAS, in spite of this horrible genocide, history repeated itself in the genocides of 
the Jewish people in Nazi Germany and most recently in Cambodia; and 

WHEREAS, each year people of Armenian heritage solemnly observe April 2U as a Day of 
Remembrance to pay tribute to the strength and courage of their forebearers; and 

WHEREAS, this observance is not only in memory of the past, but a reminder and 
admonishment that we must not allow history to repeat itself in this way again; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 2'f, 1985, as a State Day of Remembrance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 20th day of March 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State' 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I i: E D 

la Itw elRc* or fti* Swr<4ary of Stat* 
Of Itw S«al« of CalHornio 



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MAR 2 1 ''8^ 
;h FONG EU, Secretary of Stats 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, in recent years, greater attention has been focused on organ and tissue 
donations and the procedures involved in transplant operations; and 

WHEREAS, due to significant advancements in medical science, organ and tissue 
transplants offer the hope of life for many and significant improvement in the qualitv of life 
for others; and 

WHEREAS, it is imperative that the public's awareness of organ donation procedures be 
heightened if all potential recipients are to receive life-saving treatment; and 

WHEREAS, concerned organizations, including the California Medical Association Auxil- 
iary, the Northern California Transplant Bank, and the Regional Organ Procurement Agency, 
and interested professionals and volunteers will be promoting the value of organ donations' 
during the week of April 21, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, April 21-27, 1985 has been proclaimed, by President Reagan, as National 
Organ Donor Awareness Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-27, 1985 as Organ Donor Awareness Week in California and encourage 
all Californians to consider participation in donor programs. 



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 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State * 

DetfGjtY Seoretary o^ State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F 1 C E D 

In «h* oflle* oJ 1*» Swswtaty of Slot* 

of tfi« SM* of ColHomlo ^.^j^ 

MAR 2 ? r-f^-. 
H FONG EU, %tnlttti of State ^i^ac? 




/^ Deputy Q I 





EXECUTIVE ORDER D-*4-85 



WHEREAS. Government Code Section 20816 permits State employees (including members 
of the State Teachers' Retirement System designated as State employees^ and higher education 
employees who are members of the Public Employees' Retirement System to receive an 
additional two (2) years of service credit whenever the Governor determines by executive 
order that 

1) because of an impending curtailment of or change in the manner of performing 
services, the best interests of the State would be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees; and 

2) sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from award of such credit; and 

WHEREAS, the impact of changes in funding levels and methods of providing services to 
achieve program efficiencies may result in a curtailment of employees in State government, 
the University of California, and the California State University; and 

WHEREAS, the best interests of the State would therefore be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees through the award of an additional two years of service credit; 
and 

WHEREAS, sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from the award of such credit; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power arid authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to be implemented according to the following criteria: 

A. State agencies facing staff reductions are eligible to participate in the Early 
Retirement Program. 

B. State agencies, other than the University of California and California State 
University, shall submit applications to participate in the program to the Depart- 
ment of Personnel Administration after securing approval of the appropriate 
Agency Secretary. 

C. The University of California and California State University will utilize the same 
criteria as applied to their respective programs, and if electing to participate in 
the program, will submit their applications directly to the Department of Finance 
for fiscal review. 



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All applications shall include documentation of staff reductions, associated costs of 
participating in the Program, anticipated savings and other relevant information 
supporting the proposal. 

The Department of Personnel Administration will transmit approved State agency 
applications to the department of Finance for fiscal review. 

Payment of Public Employees' Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement 
System costs will be made in a manner and time acceptable to participating State 
agencies, University of California, California State University, Public Employees' 
Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement System Boards, and the 
Department of Finance. 

For State agencies electing to participate in the program, the early retirement 
period will terminate 60 days from the effective date of this Executive Order. 

If the University of California and California State University elect to participate 
in the program, the eligibility period will not exceed 60 days and will commence on 
the respective dates agreed to by those organizations and the Department of 
Finance. 

I. State agencies, the University of California, and the California State University 
are hereby advised that this program is to be viewed as a means to alleviate or 
minimize the stress and hardship on personnel in those areas of government facing 
staff reductions. 

]. Although the applications of the various agencies may be accepted, employee 
participation is totally voluntary. 

K. All approved plans are subject to the provisions of Government Code Section 20816. 



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 March 
1985 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



Depv^ Secretary of JSJ^ta 









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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •» «-*-*- •=•'«»""' 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



By^ 



MAR 2 71985 
;h FONG EU, Secretary of Stats 

Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Maimonides, the great Jewish philosopher, physician, and codifier of the 12th 
century, is still a central figure in Jewish learning and philosophy; and 

WHEREAS, known as the "second Moses". Maimonides has been revered bv Jews for 
centuries; and 

WHEREAS, the "Code of Physicians" written by Maimonides is today recognized by many 
in the medical world as a worthwhile and historic oath for doctors; and 

WHEREAS, many in the legal community continue to study the Maimonides "Mishne 
Torah" which interprets ancient Jewish laws of landlord-tenant, employer-employee relations 
and many other areas of civil law; and ' 

WHEREAS, Maimonides also made significant contributions to the conflict between faith 
and reason that continue to be studied by present generations; and 

WHEREAS, this Passover, Jewish communities in California and throughout the world 
will celebrate the S50th anniversary of the birth of Maimonides: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 27, 1985 as Maimonides Day and encourage all Californians to reflect 
on his many contributions which have lived through the centuries. 



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 
1985. 




/^•■■«-og-. /<j<^>*A>e^.<wd^ ' <«i«'> « 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of tht Stal* oi Califomio 






APR 2 -'08-. 
MARCH FQNG EU. Secretary of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, young people, birth to eight years old, have special needs to which families 
and other care providers must respond; and 

WHEREAS, educating, protecting, and caring for this special segment of the population 
requires coordinated efforts of parents, educators, government agencies, and concerned 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, countless resources are available to assist parents in providing proper 
educational, social, and cultural opportunities for their young children; and 

WHEREAS, the California Association for the Education of Young Children will focus 
attention on children from birth to age eight and share its knowledge and concern with others 
during the week of Aoril 20, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, the theme of this important week is "Children, Our Investment in the 
Future"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-27, 1985 as California Week of the Young Child. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 1st dav of April 
1985. 




Governor of California C/ 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

In A* oOlea of H>« S«™taTy o» State 
of tha SMtt of Califomta 

APR 2 -1"F. 

MARCH F0N6 EU ^rttiry of State 
U Deputy J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the provision of quality health care is dependent upon the expertise and 
scientific analysis of medical laboratories; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated efforts of those individuals engaged in the science of medical 
laboratory technology have contributed to remarkable progress in overcoming the threat of 
disease; and 

WHEREAS, medical laboratory professionals and scientists have mastered the challenge 
of the research and technology necessary to advance the search for biological information and 
a better understanding of the mysteries of the human body; and 

WHEREAS, April l't-20, 19S5 has been designated as Medical Laboratory Week by the 
California Association for Medical Laboratory Technology, the American Society for Medical 
Technology, the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the American Society of Microbio- 
logy, the American Medical Technologists, the International Society for Clinical Laboratory 
Technology, the American Association of Blood Banks and the American Association of 
Bioanalysts; and 

WHEREAS, the observance of Medical Laboratory Week recognizes the importance of 
medical laboratories in expanding and improving the health care available to the citizens of 
this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of April I'f-ZO, 1985 as Medical Laboratory 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 1st day of April 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




/Jx-jaMa.' 



DoiHiiti Gooretary of 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F T C E D 

In Id* oflle* of 1<m Sacrstary of Stota 
of «M Stat* of CalHomio 

APR 2 -1"^-. 
MARCH FONQ EU, SMrttiry of Stat* 

By Aja-'-y^-'^ HjuXljA 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the year of 19S5 marks the 75th anniversary of the Boy Scout Council of 
America; and 

WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts have established an outstanding reputation in serving our 
youth and our communities: and 

WHEREAS, through service activities, the earning of merit badges and the assumption of 
civic responsibility, scouting helps our young people mature into fine leaders for tomorrow; 
and 



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WHEREAS, the twenty exceptional scouts chosen for the Sky Camp Troop embody the 
outstanding qualities and ideals pursued by Boy Scouts throughout California and across the 
nation; and 

WHEREAS, these young men from the San Francisco Bav Area Boy Scout Council of 
America have accepted an exciting challenge in honor of the celebration of 1' years of 
scouting; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my sincere commendations and best wishes for success to the Sky Can.p Troop in 
all your endeavors this week high atop Embarcadero Center. 



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 April 
1985. 




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Governor of California 







ATTEST: 



Wj:l\A ^W^ ^ 



Secretary of State 







4286 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FTCED 

In Hm offle* of lt» fcowtety o* 9W* 
of 1«M Stat* of CalHomlo 

APR 2 -'"'^^. 
MARCH FONG EU, Secntiry of SMB 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, dental hygienists are an integral part of the dental health care profession and 
are dedicated to providing preventive dental health care; and 

WHEREAS, the education required for dental hygienists covers extensive instruction in 
sciences such as ohysiology, microbiology, and oral pathology as well as health education; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years dental hygienists with postgraduate training have assumed 
increased responsibilities and technical duties in the areas of periodontal and restorative 
dentistry; and 

WHEREAS, the Northern and Southern California Dental Hvgienists' Associations are 
sponsoring their 5th annual Dental Hygiene Day in Sacramento on April 9, 19S5; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the public recognize the dedicated efforts and valuable 
services provided by dental hygienists; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 9, 1985 as Dental Hvgiene 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 1st day of April 
1985. 



Governor of California 





ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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Secretary of Sza 



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WHEREAS, the Columbian Squires, a youth organization sponsored by the Knights of 
Columbus, is in its 59th year of assisting young men develop into knowledgeable, responsible 
and involved citizens; and 

WHEREAS, 20,000 young men participate in the activities of over 1,000 Squires Circles 
throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, Puerto Rico and Guam; and 

WHEREAS, the Squires are striving to bring the benefits of membership to a record 
number of eligible young Catholic men; and 

WHEREAS, the month of April, 1985 marks the 56th anniversary of the death of Brother 
Barnabas, founder of the Columbian Squires program; and 

WHEREAS, the members and adult counselors of the Columbian Squires are deserving of 
recognition for their efforts on behalf of their communities and their fellow man; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the month of April, 1985 as Columbian Squires Month 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 3rd day of April 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



\}^d!mk%\^^ 



Secretary of State 



— "Depu^ Secretary of S' 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calit'ornia 



lo «!» auk* «f rtw Secretary of SM* 
of iIm StaM of Californta 

APR 8 - '^'95 
R)NG EU, Swretaty 0» State 

Deputy (j 







WHEREAS, the tallship Californian , a full-scale re-creation of ttie I8f9 vintage Revenue 
Cutter Lawrence , was built in California with private funding and individual donations of time, 
resources, and energy; and 

WHEREAS, the building of this magnificent sailing vessel, which commenced in April 
1983 under the guidance of the Nautical Heritage Museum, provided excellent educational 
opportunities for people of all ages; and 

WHEREAS, the Californian bears symbols of the Golden State, including a carved 
figurehead of Calaf ia, the state's namesake, and two golden grizzly bears, the state's animal; and 

WHEREAS, the Californian is the only existing replica of the early cutters that once 
protected America's coastlines; and 

WHEREAS, since its christening on May 28, 198f , the tallship Californian has proudly and 
ably represented the Great State of California in numerous activities, including the Tallship 
Olympic Parade of Sail; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the tallship Californian to be California's official tallship and offer best 
wishes for smooth sailing always. 



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 April 




Governor of California 



\MmA "hm^ 

Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



FILED 

In llw elRc* of th» Seerrtoiy t0 SKrt* k-^ 
of fh* Stat» of Cqllfomlo """^ 



APR 8 - '^'S^. 
MARCH FONQ EU, Swrttry of 

{J Deputy ^'J 






WHEREAS, alcohol-related accidents continue to be the leading cause of death for our 
state's teenage population; and 

WHEREAS, young drivers represent a disproportionate number of ttiose involved in 
alcohol-related accidents; and 

WHEREAS, in 1983, 225 teenage drivers were killed and 'f,959 were injured as a result of 
alcohol-related accidents; and 

WHEREAS, the involvement of young people is essential to the success of programs 
designed to prevent teenage drinking and driving; and 

WHEREAS, from April lO-l'f, a statewide conference for youth will be held to increase 
young people's skills and knowledge of effective drinking and driving prevention programs 
within their schools and communities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April i-lk, 1985 as Keep Friendship Alive by Teenwork Week in California and 
urge all citizens to support our young people's efforts to reduce the number of teenagers 
injured or killed as a result of drinking and driving. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused thie Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 3rd day of April 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



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ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



'De^tir Sooretary of SfrtP 



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4290 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la lb* offic* of the S«r.tory of Slot* ;^^ 
of *• S«aH of CalHornlo -^ 






APR 8 - 1'85 
:h F0N6 EU Secretary of Stats 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, was born on 
April 13, 17Jt3;and 

WHEREAS, the principles of individual freedom and liberty which Thomas 3efferson 
espoused became the basis of American democracy as stated in the Declaration of 
Independence; and 

WHEREAS, Thomas 3ef ferson provided a great contribution to American political, social, 
and economic institutions by his belief that human nature is the choicemaker; and 

WHEREAS, although a clever inventor and famous statesman, this eloquent writer's one 
desire was to be remembered as the author of the Declaration of Independence; and 

WHEREAS, on April 13, 1985, students throughout California will be celebrating the 
2't2nd anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 13, 1985 as Choicemaker Day in honor of Thomas Jefferson and his 
legacy to America. 



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 April 




"MC^^. /0m4.A^^»««»^>^<'I« 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In i(m offlea o» «♦)• Swrt^ory of Sta*» 
tt Hm 9tat« a( Colifernia 

APR 1 1 '^^''^ 
CH POW EU, Secretary of Stats / 






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Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot CaHfornia 



WHEREAS, the Golden State of California owes its prosperous development and rich 
heritage to the many diverse groups who immigrated to this land from across the world; and 

WHEREAS, even as newcomers to a foreign land, Asian Americans have dedicated their 
lives and talents to the improvement of this state and the quality of life of its residents; and 

WHEREAS, Asian Pacific Americans continue to make outstanding contributions to such 
vital areas as: the health professions, the expanding business sector and the fields of science 
and engineering; and 

WHEREAS, the fascinating, colorful heritage of Asian Pacific Americans provides our 
state with unmatched diversity and strength; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that all Californians join in recognizing the significant 
achievements of Asian Pacific Americans and the enormous contributions memt)ers of this 
group have made to the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 'f - May 10, 1985 as Asian Pacific Heritage 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 10th day of April 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 
by. 





eputy Sei^rdtary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I U E D 

la ih* oMw of ^ 8«trtMry of Stot» 
of ItM StoM of Callfernia 

APR 1 1 '^•:^^^. 
CH FONG EU, Swretwy of Stata j 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the Golden State of California owes its prosperous development and rich 
heritage to the many diverse groups who immigrated to this land from across the world; and 

WHEREAS, even as newcomers to a foreign land, Asian Americans have dedicated their 
lives and talents to the improvement of this state and the quality of life of its residents; and 

WHEREAS, Asian Pacific Americans continue to make outstanding contributions to such 
vital areas as: the health professions, the expanding business sector and the fields of science 
and engineering; and 

WHEREAS, the fascinating, colorful heritage of Asian Pacific Americans provides our 
state with unmatched diversity and strength; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that all Californians join in recognizing the significant 
achievements of Asian Pacific Americans and the enormous contributions members of this 
group have made to the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May ^f - May 10, 1985 as Asian Pacific Heritage 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 10th day of April 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



WmxJIa Ima ^ 



Secretary of State 



eputy Secretary of Stat( 




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4292 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



F T C E D 

In tfw elllc* of th* StcrHary of Stat* 
•f 1<M Stst* of California 

APR 1 1 r.r,r 

MMCH FONG EU, Sw^ry of Stats 
By ^<tW^M ' 



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Deputy 



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WHEREAS, a great many inventions have resulted from American knowledge and the 
practical implementation of that knowledge; and 

WHEREAS, the inventive spirit has produced countless improvements in our standard of 
living; and 

WHEREAS, past inventions, significant in their own right, have also set the stage for 
further advancements; and 

WHEREAS, California fosters many new and well thought of inventions due to the 
proximity of industries and outstanding colleges and universities located in the state; and 

WHEREAS, Robert G. Heitz, inventor of the first hollow fiber artificial kidney, is being 
honored by the California Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation on April 13, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 13, 1985 as California Inventors Day. 



WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 10th day of April 
1985. 




Governor of California 



l/{/ji\d\ TZo^ «^ 



Secretary of State 



i^l^ 




Deputy Se<;3/etary of State 



4293 










EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



F 1 1: E D ^ 

In tht offic* o» »♦»• S»cT»tory «♦ So" 
0( Itw SiBM of Coliftrnio 



MMCH 



APR 1 1 m-- 

H FONG EU, SMretiry of Stats 



JOclxo 



Deputy f SSSl 



WHEREAS, ]ohn Muir first came to California in 1868 and spent a good deal of time 
studying the state's wildlife, plants, and unique geological formations; and 

WHEREAS, during this time, John Muir became familiar with Yosemite and its special 
nature settings; and 

WHEREAS, Yosemite's massive granite cliffs and serene valleys were the subject of 
numerous magazine articles authored by John Muir which focused national attention on this 
lovely park; and 

WHEREAS, the designation of Yosemite as a national park in 1890 was a direct result of 
John Muir's studies and literary achievements; and 

WHEREAS, John Muir's studies influenced other's awareness of the beauty and 
importance of our natural surroundings; and 

WHEREAS, the Sierra Club continues to study the lessons of John Muir and his legacy for 
all Americans; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20, 1985 as John Muir Day in honor of his valuable contributions to the state. 



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 
1985. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



by 



Deputy secretary of Stat 









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4294 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

In itM aAca M *<<• Sacratary •f IM* 
of ttm 3M« tH CalH*rnl« 

APR 1 5 ■/■8S 



iCHFOfNEU, 



By. 




J Deputy 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, crime and the fear of crime contdnue to be major concerns fix the citizens of 
Califramia; and 

WHEREAS, although more than L7 million crimes are reported in Califiomia each year, 
mainy crimes remain unreported; and 

WHEREAS, the reduction in our crime rate whirfi h^ occurred in recent years can be 
partially attributed to greater awareness of citizens with crime preventicHi; and 

WHEREAS, for nearLv 20 yeeirs, California citizens and law enforcement agencies have 
worked together to increase puhJic awareness and decrease our vulnerability to crime through 
volunteer efforts such as Neighborhood Watch, Crime Watch, Block Watch, and Citizen Alert; 
and 

WHEREAS, California Neighborhood Watch Month is being observed during May 1985 to 
recognize Neighborhood Watch programs and their significant contributions in crime preven- 
tion efforts; and 

WHEREAS, California NeigWborhood Watch Montii provides an opportunity to aicourage 
greater participation cind cooperation among citizens and law enforcement agencies in the 
development of new programs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEDKIIEJIAN, Govemc«- of the State of CaUfomia, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as California NeightxDrhood Watch Month. 



IN NTTNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hard 
and caused tiie Great Seal of the State of 
Califbmia to tie affixed this 15th day of April 
1985. 




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Governor of Cal 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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4295 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '" ''".2^ s^ «♦ co.Hocn,o 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



APR 1 5 1"S- 

MMCH FONG EU, Secretary of State j 



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WHEREAS, National Police Week was established by presidentdal proclamation in 1960 to 
recxDgnize the hazardous work, sacrifice and oom mitment of our law enforcement officers; and 

WHEREAS, in ccnjurK±ion witii this week, May 15 is observed each year as Peace 
Officers Memorial Day to oommeraorate those dedicated officers who have lost their lives in 
the line of duty; and 

WHEREAS, peace officers face extraordinary risk and danger in preserving our freedom 
and security; emd 

WHEREAS, California's recognition of National Police Week cind Peace OfBx^ets Memor^ 
ial Day provides the opportunity to educate tiie puldic alxxit police c^aeratdons and the need for 
com m unity svpport of their efforts; and 

WHEREAS, this otservance will help unite law enforcemCTit with the community in 
ongoing efforts to reduce crime, and wiD. increase citizen awareness acoA sipport of the 
criminal justice system; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 3, GEORGE DEOKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of CaHfemia, do 
hereby proclaim May 12-lB, 1985 as National Police Week and May 15, 1985 as Peace Officers 
Memorial Day in the State of Cali&xnia. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to Ije affixed this 15th day of April 
1985. 




Governor of California^ 



Secretary of State 



is I ■ 



is ; 



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Si 



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4296 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la iIm aan of the S«r.»ory o< StoH 

of Ih* Stat* of Colitornlo 

APR1 P)985" 

MARCH FOHG EU, Secretary o* State 



1^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the General Federation of Women's Clubs is the largest volunteer organiza- 
tion of women in the world; and 

WHEREAS, the national organization is represented in California by the GFWC Califor- 
nia Federation of Women's Clubs and the GFWC California Juniors; and 

WHEREAS, the volunteer programs of the GFWC California Federation are working to 
improve the quality of life in communities throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, a majority of the GFWC California Federation efforts are directed towards 
improving educational opportunities for women; and 

WHEREAS, the GFWC California Federation and the GFWC California 3uniors will be 
observing GFWC California Federation Week during the week of April 21, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-27, 1985 as GFWC California Federation Week. 



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 April 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



Secretary of State 






4297 










EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED /^ 

In tfw ofllw of 1»>e S»cr««ory of Stat* 
of 1»l« StoH of CalKornio 

APR 1 6 "^'9'^ .^^ 

MMCH FONQ EU, Secretary of State jag^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot CaUtornia 



WHEREAS, life insurance is a very common form of personal protection and provides a 
basis for family financial planning; and 

WHEREAS, as a major source of capital, life insurance creates numerous jobs and 
benefits the state's economic and commercial strength; and 

WHEREAS, it is important for policyholders, beneficiaries and those contemplating the 
purchase of insurance to become informed about life insurance and how it operates; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 21, 1985, the California Association of Life 
Underwriters^? coordinating efforts to educate the public on all aspects of life msurance and 
its benefits; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-27, 1985 as Life Insurance 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 16th day of April 
1985. 



















4298 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

In lh» ©(Be* 0» Hn S^retory of Stot« 
of ttx S«a1» «»f California 

APRl 6'r'S'". 
MMCH FONG EU, Secretary of State a | 

^^J Deputy J 1 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Queen Isabella of Castile, Spain was a woman of great vision whose faith and 
confidence accompanied Christopher Columbus on his l'f92 voyage; and 

WHEREAS, the support of Queen Isabella was instrumental in encouraging further 
explorations and discoveries during her reign; and 

WHEREAS, through Queen Isabella and her support of Christopher Columbus, the people 
of America and Spain are forever linked in modern history; and 

WHEREAS, these bonds of friendship are strengthened by the common respect and 
admiration of Queen Isabella by people on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean; and 

WHEREAS, on April 22, 1985 people throughout California will be celebrating the 53'fth 
anniversary of the birth of Queen Isabella; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 22, 1985 as Queen Isabella 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 April 
1985. 



' Governor of California v 




: ^{\jUJyLf\/\ JrwAku 



Secretary of State 




Deputy Sorrel 




ary of State, 









^^ K-eSKJ-K iv'Slu^ i^e. 









4299 




'^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

In tiw 0<Be» of «»• Secretary of S»a»« 
Of l<N StaM of Coiifornia 

APRl 6i^'85 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State Y| 



; / D< 



tkf^^ 



Deputy 






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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, following the communist takeover in Southeast ^sia 10 years ago, many 
people were dislocated from their native lands; and 

WHEREAS, California has welcomed over 300,000 refugees from Laos, Cambodia and 
Vietnam who have made the Golden State their new home; and 

WHEREAS, these new residents bring with them rich and diverse cultural traditions 
which enhance the vibrant ethnicity in our communities; and 

WHEREAS, with the assistance of individuals, volunteer agencies, religious groups, and 
fellow refugees, the new residents have become self-sufficient and contributing members of 
their communities; and 

WHEREAS, during April 1985, commemorative events and cultural exhibits are being 
organized throughout the state by refugee associations in recognition of their experiences 
during the past decade; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that these special residents be recognized for their 
achievements and contributions to their communities and the state as a whole; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-27, 1985 as Southeast Asian Commemoration and Recognition 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 16th day of April 
1985. 









Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




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4300 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED p. 

In ilw •«e« of »♦>• S«cre«ry of SM» j 
«( Km SW« of California 

APRl 6'|f:'85 
MMCH FONfi EU, Secrrtuy of State' 



U 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, California has been and continues to be the number one travel destination in 
the United States; and 

WHEREAS, Californians proudly and warmly welcome more than 100 million domestic 
and international visitors annually; and 

WHEREAS, the state's diversity in natural and man-made attractions provides points of 
interest for all visitors; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism represent a major force in California's economic life, 
generating over $28 billion and supporting nearly 600,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, California is celebrating the launching of its first tourism marketing 
campaign; and 

WHEREAS, the week of May 19-25, 1985 has been designated by Congress as National 
Tourism Week in recognition of this thriving industry; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as California Travel and Tourism Month. 



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 April 
1985. 










4301 




WHEREAS, water, the most abundant element on our Earth is also most critical for our 
good health and continued existence; and 

WHEREAS, the well-being and standard of living of all Californians is dependent on a 
safe, abundant and high quality water supply; and 

WHEREAS, the challenge of ensuring accessible, good quality water to every resident of 
this state is increasing in complexity and requires highly sophisticated personnel and 
technology; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should be aware of the important role of safe drinking water 
for their lives; and 

WHEREAS, numerous dedicated, untiring men and women operate our drinking water 
systems and are deserving of our support, appreciation and recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5-11, 1985 as Drinking Water Week in California. 




4302 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -**-»s:tr<rcXrn^*^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



APP 1 6 ■'- 
WIARCH FONG EU, Secretiry Of SWt 

^^ Deputy 



WHEREAS, the youtti of America represent our most significant investment in the 
prosperity of our future; and 

WHEREAS, it is vital that citizens encourage and assist young people in obtaining a good 
education, developing a sense of civic responsibility and becoming well-rounded adults; and 

WHEREAS, the Grand Lodge of the Order of Elks is particularly concerned about the 
well-being of the nation's youth, and this year will distribute scholarships totaling over $7 
million; and 

WHEREAS, Elks continue to offer guidance and assistance to school children with their 
Drug Awareness program apprising them of the dangers of using drugs; and 

WHEREAS, the Elks have also pledged one million dollars toward the restoration of the 
Statue of Liberty and are continuing in many ways to be vital participants in the activities of 
our communities; and 

WHEREAS, the Elks Lodges in California will observe Elks National Youth Week from 
May 1-7, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1-7, 1985 as Elks National Youth Week. 



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 April 
1985. 




/Ot-f^^^ /<J6*<A>c^-KW<*«^ 



Governor of California" 



ATTEST: 



Serretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4303 




0f Kw Mat* of ColHofnta 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AFRl 71^'B5 



MARC 



!CH f 0N6 EU, SMfetBiy 
Deputy 



of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, throughout history Mexico has demonstrated her courage and valor in the 
face of rugged aggression; and 

WHEREAS, one example of this bravery occurred on May 5, 1862 when the invading 
French army was defeated by Mexican soldiers in the first battle of their tenacious struggle for 
independence; and 

WHEREAS, following this heroic stand against tremendous odds, Cinco de Mayo became 
a significant date to Mexicans throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, California's heritage incorporates much of the rich Mexican culture, and 
locales throughout the state celebrate Cinco de Mayo as a day of freedom and independence; and 

WHEREAS, Cinco de Mayo celebrations provide an excellent opportunity to recognize 
the important and lasting contributions Mexicans have made to California's development; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5, 1985 as Cinco de Mayo in California and encourage all to participate 
in festivities commemorating this historic occasion. 



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 April 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State 




Si •a- 



4304 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of Calitornia 



In tiw 0ffie» «f ««»• S^crttafy of SMf 
of Hn SM« of CalHernio 

APRl 7'm^- 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Sect«t»ry rt Stats 

r I Deputy 



By! 




WHEREAS, the California civil service workforce consists of numerous classifications 
and units of employees responsible for providing many essential services for the State of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, ^tOjOOO members of the civil service system are office and allied employees 
who p>erform varied and imp>ortant clerical duties; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated, industrious people are working to ensure that the public is 
efficiently and properly served; and 

WHEREAS, the office and allied employees have demonstrated their effectiveness and 
therefore have received improved wage and benefit packages exceeding 19 percent during the 
last two years; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the California civil service office and allied employees 
be recognized for their commitment and service to the State of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 22-26, 1985, as Office and Allied Employees Week and encourage all 
Californians to join in expressing appreciation for these dedicated and diligent state employees. 



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 April 
1985. 




^&— ,^ /d^ocXL. ^ .<«*- 



Governor of California 



IJYImaoJa ^fmA^ 

Secretary of State / 



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4305 




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K^-afs^ Ke-»«Mp« »t?^r$J» ^Sj^^ ' 

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In Km offle* of Km S«?^ jf *<* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT - ih. *-. «» ca.Ho.nta 

APR1 8'^'^>- 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA march row EU. S«r^ry of Stat» J 

J Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, many brave men and women have served America during times of strife and 
peace; and 

WHEREAS, as veterans of the armed services, these courageous people are deserving of 
appropriate recognition and gratitude; and 

WHEREAS, with the assistance of numerous organizations dedicated to assisting our 
brave service men and women, veterans are able to obtain employment training and 
counseling which will aid their reentry into civil employment; and 

WHEREAS, veterans are also eligible to receive assistance with home loans, 
rehabilitation, and educational benefits; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 22, 1985, concerned agencies will be briefing 
veterans on the numerous benefits available to them; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 22 - 26, 1985 as California Veterans Affairs Week. 



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 April 
1985. 



Governor of California^ 



'is. i 










4306 












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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






(3 

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In Km cffict of the S"?^ f 
0( Hw Sl«» Cf ColHornta 

APRl 8VT- 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of StateN^ 



.. I 









WHEREAS, as the nation has grown, it has become increasingly difficult for government 
to respond to the needs of each and every individual; and 

WHEREAS, these individual needs have Ijecome the focus of many volunteer 
organizations and private sector initiatives; and 

WHEREAS, by upholding the American tradition of neighbor helping neighbor, these 
dedicated volunteers are serving their country and finding creative solutions to our nation's 
problems; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 22, 1985, the United States will observe National 
Volunteer Week and pay tribute to the committed individuals who contribute so much to their 
communities; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate for Californians to join in recognizing the dedicated efforts 
of countless volunteers within the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 22-28, 1985 as Volunteer Week in California and encourage all citizens 
to express appreciation for these unselfish, caring individuals. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 18th day of April 
1985. 



Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



ifrrptarv of State / 



Secretary of State 



3^ tli. 



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4307 




i 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT "''^f^tl'^^!:!^:^'^ .^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



APRl 81985 
MARCH FONG EU, ttcntny Of Stat* 









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WHEREAS, throughout the history of our great nation, citizens have relied on prayer for 
guidance, strength, and comfort; and 

WHEREAS, prayer continues to provide direction and understanding to clergy, laymen, 
and government officials alike; and 

WHEREAS, by practicing prayer, we are given the opportunity for a closer relationship 
with our Creator; and 

WHEREAS, although prayers are common during times of strife, it is also important to 
lift our hearts and minds in prayers of thanksgiving and praise; and 

WHEREAS, every year since 1952, the President of the United States has proclaimed a 
National Day of Prayer and called upon citizens to gather together to pray for unity of the 
hearts of all mankind; and 

WHEREAS, this year the National Day of Prayer will be observed on May 2; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 2, 1985 as a Day of Prayer. 



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 April 
1985. 







4308 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



FIUED 

In th« o(Be« of th« Secretary of SM» 
of Itie State of Colifornio 

APRl 91^85 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State \ 
(J Deputy :J 



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WHEREAS, Americans by the nature of our complex society are consumers throughout 
their lives; and 

WHEREAS, the unprecedented number and variety of goods and services facing today's 
consumer can be confusing and overwhelming; and 

WHEREAS, knowledgeable, discriminating consumers not only enjoy better goods and 
services, but promote sound, ethical business practices; and 

WHEREAS, it is vital that consumers recognize their basic rights and become educated 
as to the appropriate standards to expect in their dealings in the market place; and 

WHEREAS, in joining President Reagan and the United States Office of Consumer 
Affairs m the observance of National Consumers Week, all Californians are encouraged to take 
advantage of consumer education programs and the wealth of information available to increase 
their awareness of the responsibility of their role in the economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week beginning /^pril 21, 1985 as National Consumer 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 18th day of April 
1985. 




^J*-*-*C/C^ X M >fc<**< C < iiw«^>*«« ' 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



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4309 




»;f^"s,-i 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FlUED 

In th« offlc* of «♦» J^^S? f ^^ 
of Mm S«t» rf Calrfornla 

APRl 91-B^. 

MMCH FDNG EU, SeCfBlwy of State 
J Deputy J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, schools mai<e substantial contributions to the future of California and to the 
development of our nation's young people as knowledgeable, responsible and productive 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, excellence in education is dependent on safe, secure and peaceful school 
settings; and 

WHEREAS, the California Constitution provides students, teachers and school staff ttie 
inalienable right to learn, teach and work in safe, secure and peaceful school settings; and 

WHEREAS, the safety and well-being of many students, teachers and school staff are 
unnecessarily jeopardized by disruption, crime, violence, substance abuse and vandalism in our 
schools; and 

WHEREAS, a better public understanding of school safety and student attendance will 
assist students, school officials, law enforcement and other concerned citizens in enhancing the 
learning experiences of our young people; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should be aware of and cooperate with efforts by local, state 
and federal agencies who will be focusing attention during the 1985-86 school year on school 
safety and student attendance, thereby identifying, developing and promoting innovative 
solutions to these critical issues; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-Octob>er 26, 1985 as California Safe School Week in California and 
urge state and local agencies and the student councils in each of California's public and private 
schools to formally join in observing this designation and coordinating related events. 



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 April 
1985. 







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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



la lh* 6Kk» of lt«« Secretory of StaH 
of Hm Stcrt* oi Callfomla 

APR 2 ? r;So 

F0N6 BJ, Secretary of State 





Deputy 



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WHEREAS, parliamentary law embodies the democratic principles of justice, adherence 
to procedure, enforcement of law and order and a solemn regard for the rights of all; and 

WHEREAS, these principles have contributed substantially to the development of the 
American systems of law and government as they stand today; and 

WHEREAS, knowledge and practice of parliamentary procedure facilitates efficiency and 
the orderly conduct of business in meetings and gatherings of every description; and 

WHEREAS, this year is the If 8th anniversary of the birth of General Henry M. Robert, 
whose Rules of Order is recognized as America's highest authority on parliamentary law for 
deliberative assemblies; and 

WHEREAS, the California State Association of Parliamentarians stresses, promotes and 
educates others on the importance of parliamentary procedure in advancing the ideals of 
fairness and justice in our society; and 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the month of May, 1985 as Parliamentary Law Month 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 22nd day of April 
1985. 




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Secretary of State / 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of ttw 9hi1« of CalKernta 

APR 2 3 ;""^ 
MARCH PONG EU, Secrrtwy of Statl 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, electrical power and the countless products dependent on this source of 
energy have become so integrated into modern lifestyles that we often overlook their hidden 
hazards; and 

WHEREAS, even the highest of safety standards and quality-conscious manufacturing 
cannot prevent the disastrous results of the careless handling of electrical appliances; and 

WHEREAS, it has been estimated by the United States Consumer Product Safety 
Commission that some 1,100 deaths in and around the home occur each year as a result of 
electrically-caused fires and that nearly 500 electrocutions also annually result in tragedy in 
our communities; and 

WHEREAS, the public must become more attentive to the potential dangers of electrical 
appliances and develop safe procedures for their use around the home in order to prevent 
unfortunate accidents; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with 
the electrical products trade associations, is sponsoring the observance of Electrical Safety 
Awareness Month during May of 1985; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should join in this valuable effort to increase consumer 
awareness; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May, 1985 as Electrical Safety Awareness Month 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 22nd day of April 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



APR 2 A 1QB5 



MUCH FONG EU, Secretary of Stats ' 



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WHEREAS, hypertension is a leading cause of disability, affecting over ^.5 million 
Californians and causing over 70,000 deaths per year; and 

WHEREAS, over t^5 percent of those who have hypertension are unaware that they have 
this serious disorder; and 

WHEREAS, the prevalence of hypertension among the Black population is alarming and 
poses a serious threat to the good health of this important segment of the population; and 

WHEREAS, with proper diagnosis and medical treatment, hypertension is largely 
preventable; and 

WHEREAS, during May 1985 national attention will be focused on hypertension and the 
need for regular blood pressure checks; and 

WHEREAS, this increase in public awareness will add to improved treatment and 
research into the causes and solutions for high blood pressure; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as Hypertension Awareness Month and encourage all citizens to 
incrceise their knowledge and awareness of this serious disability. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Z'fth day of April 



1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, ttiere are more ttian 37 million Americans of all ages, including 250,000 
children, who suffer from the pain and disability of arthritis; and 

WHEREAS, in the State of California alone, ^f million people are afflicted with this 
serious health problem; and 

WHEREAS, the annual economic impact of arthritis on our nation, including lost income 
and medical care costs, is over $1** billion; and 

WHEREAS, although advances in medical science have enabled people with arthritis to 
receive more effective treatment, many people are still without adequate medical care; and 

WHEREAS, the Arthritis Foundation is observing the month of May, 1985 as Arthritis 
Awareness Month as it seeks to upgrade its service programs, expand its scientific research 
programs and increase public education and knowledge regarding arthritis; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEOIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the month of May, 1985 as Arthritis Awareness Month 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 Z^tth day of April 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 







Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

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APR 2 9 m''. 

UnpH FONG EU, Secretary of State 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, communicative disorders are one of the most prevalent handicapping 
conditions in our country, afflicting more people than heart disease, cerebral palsy, paralysis, 
epilepsy, blindness, multiple sclerosis and muscular distrophy combined; and 

WHEREAS, as invisible impairments, speech and hearing problems are often little 
understood by the general public because of the complexity of the barriers in communication 
they can pose; and 

WHEREAS, public awareness of these disorders leads to early detection, proper 
treatment and better understanding toward people with a hearing-speech impediment; and 

WHEREAS, increased community support and knowledge of the needs of those with 
communicative disorders assist this segment of our population in facing their challenge and 
developing their skills and abilities; and 

WHEREAS, numerous state and national organizations are joining President Reagan and 
Quota International in observing Better Speech and Hearing Month during May of 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the Month of May, 1985 as Better Speech and Hearing Month in California and 
encourage all Californians to join in support of this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of April 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: . 



Secretary of State 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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In 1«w eIRo* o» t»» Sscretary of Sot* 
Of Ih* 9M« of California 

APR 91985 
M^H row EU, Secnrtwy of State tsci 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the senior citizens of our communities have contributed throughout their 
lives to the social, cultural and economic enrichment of our society; and 

WHEREAS, in the golden age of their retirement, the elderly deserve a compassionate 
environment which likewise fosters independence as they continue to grow and seek life's 
rewards; and 

WHEREAS, many nonprofit organizations in California recognize this right of older 
citizens and strive to meet their needs in an understanding and thoughtful manner; and 

WHEREAS, more than 't5,000 elderly throughout California have found the housing, 
health care and many other services provided by California's nonprofit homes for the aging to 
be cotnfortable and supportive to their lifestyles; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 12 - May 18, 1985, the California Association of 
Homes for the Aging is sponsoring Homes for the Aging Week and recognizing these beneficial 
living facilities and their residents; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 12 - May 18, 1985 as Homes for the Aging 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 26th day of April 
1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In lU oHIca df rtie Secretary of Statt 
of Ih* Stol* of Colifornia 

APR 2 9f'B^. 

CH FONG EU, Secretsm of Statu 




S6cretMy Of S 
Deputy /j I 



WHEREAS, bicycling provides an excellent form of exercise which gives the participant 
a unique perspective of the outdoors; and 

WHEREAS, bicycles are important to Americans and often provide an individual his first 
form of independent transportation; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years cycling competitions have become more popular in California 
as American men and women cyclists have won world championships; and 

WHEREAS, as a means of transportation, bicycles improve air quality, reduce energy 
consumption, and ease traffic congestion; and 

WHEREAS, annually May is recognized throughout the United States as American 
Bicycle Month to promote the tienefits, both personally and environmentally, of cycling; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as Bicycle Month and encourage all citizens to enjoy the healthful, 
economic, and environmental benefits of cycling. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of April 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



.ecretary of State / 



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4317 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretaty of Stata 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, there are nearly four million Californians over the age of sixty years; and 

WHEREAS, the senior community provides the younger population with the wealth of 
their diverse experience and serve as a venerable example by which to guide their lives; and 

WHEREAS, the family benefits immensely through supporting their elders in their 
endeavors, nurturing their confidence and ability to lead full and progressive lives, and 

WHEREAS, each of us is indebted to older citizens and shares in the goal of assuring that 
they have the opportunity to lead independent, rewarding lifestyles during their golden years; and 

WHEREAS, the month of May is nationally proclaimed Older Americans Month to help 
increase public awareness and lend recognition to the contributions made to our society by its 
senior citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May, 1985 as Older Americans Month in California and urge all Californians 
to reflect upon the positive influences of the senior citizens in their lives. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of April 
1985. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Im oAm Or W9 S^crsfciry or Statv 
of Hn Stol* of California 

APR 3 O'm'^ 
MARCH FDNG EU, Sacrttary of Stats 

^] Deputy 7^ 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the well-being and security of this state and of this nation are dependent 
upon an effective transportation system; and 

WHEREAS, the transportation programs developed and implemented by the California 
State Department of Transportation and the Federal Department of Transportation have 
provided this state and this country with the most efficient transportation services in the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, this state and nation have kept pace with the public's ever-increasing 
demands for efficient, specialized, and low-cost transportation services to meet the needs of 
all citizens and the business community; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women who constitute the work force of this vast transportation 
system — both in the public and private sector ~ should be recognized and congratulated for 
their outstanding service and contributions to the daily needs of every home, farm, and 
business in the communities of this state and this country; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 12 through May 17, 1985, as National Transportation Week in the State of 
California, and urge all citizens to join with the California State Department of 
Transportation, the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, and 
other transportation-related groups and individuals, in observing this week in honor of the 
people of this industry. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2'tth day of April 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

h *• olflc» of *• S«»«h>n' of Stot» 
M «m 9Uf of CalHornIa 



APR 3 l^^'B^ ,^, 

MMCH PONG EU, Secretary of Stats 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, today's young people are our most vital resource and will become the leaders 
of tomorrow; and 

WHEREAS, the United Nations has designated 1985 as International Youth Year in an 
effort to increase international understanding of young people and their economic and social 
environment; and 

WHEREAS, throughout California organizations which sponsor various youth educational 
activities and outdoor experiences have joined together to promote special events and 
programs directed toward ttie youth; and 

WHEREAS, by participating in well-coordinated and supervised activities, the young 
people will obtain essential leadership skills and a better understanding of each other; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1985 as the International Youth Year in California and encourage all citizens 
to support and participate in specially designed programs and activities. 



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 April 
1985. 




4320 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



APR 3 01-85 
MA^ FONQ EU, Seeretsiy of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, our nation has been the citadel of individual liberty and a beacon of hope and 
opportunity for more than 200 years to the many millions who have sought her shores; and 

WHEREAS, the body of the law that governs us is the foundation of that individual 
freedom and lil>erty; and 

WHEREAS, the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill of Rights are 
the heart and body of the law which guarantees our many freedoms; freedoms we all too often 
take for granted; and 

WHEREAS, this year marks the 28th annual nationwide observance of Law Day, set 
aside by the Congress and the President as a day to be observed by the American people in 
appreciation of their liberties and in reaffirmation of their loyalty to the United States; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians are encouraged to join in the spirit of this observance and to 
reflect upon the vital role of law in our society and the inalienable rights we enjoy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1, 1985 as Law 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 29th day of April 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



Secretary of State ' 









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WHEREAS, millions of Californians and their families are affected by mental illness and 
burdened by the stigma attached to mental illness; and 

WHEREAS, mental illness is responsible for a tragic and destructive waste of valuable 
human resources; and 

WHEREAS, as a result of this illness, the mentally ill are often the victims of crime, 
abuse, discrimination, and misunderstanding; and 

WHEREAS, with effective, appropriate treatment, many of the mentally ill can once 
again lead productive lives as contributing members of their communities; and 

WHEREAS, the quality of mental health care, a current priority in our state, is 
important to all Californians; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as Mental Health Month 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 30th day of April 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of *• Slat* of ColHornlo 

MAY 1 - ms 

MARCH FONG EU. Secrrtsfy Of State 




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Deputy 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of CaHfornia 



WHEREAS, with the growing prison population, the correctional officer is an increasingly 
important figure in the criminal justice system; and 

WHEREAS, correctional officers work under adverse conditions and daily must face the 
threat of violence; and 

WHEREAS, the challenge of maintaining order and understanding among the prison 
population is a great responsibility for correctional officers; and 

WHEREAS, during times of prison crises, correctional officers are expected to work long 
hours under great personal strain to protect the safety of the inmates and guards alike; and 

WHEREAS, the American Association Correctional Officers will be observing National 
Correctional Officers Week during the week of May 5, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5-11, 1985 as Correctional Officers Week in California in recognition of 
their firm commitment and tireless dedication to the people of the state. 



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 May 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In K«* o«» of *• «»«S2L2! 
of lb* 9MM of CalMomki 

MAY 1 -T'^'T, 
MARCH FONG EU Secijtuy of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the foundation of the free enterprise system which has developed this nation 
into the most prosperous on earth is the small business; and 

WHEREAS, the small businessmen and businesswomen of Cali'Drnia direct 2 million of 
the U million small businesses in the country and employ 10 million people; and 

WHEREAS, the enterpreneurship, innovation and productivity of small businessmen and 
businesswomen support the sound health of our economy and provide California with its strong 
competitive edge; and 

WHEREAS, small businesses provide the vast majority of the job opportunities for 
women, youth, minorities and displaced workers; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has designated May 6 - May 12, 1985 as National Small 
Business Week to pay tribute to the outstanding contributions of the small business and their 
entrepreneurs; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of May 6 - May 12, 1985 as California Small Business Week and 
encourage all Californians to join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 1st day of May 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In riw oNlM a lti« S«T«fary of Sw» 
of Km StoM of Collfomta 

MAY 3 -;^SG 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Secretary of StatB 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, more than 2 million Americans are afflicted with ileitis or ulcerative colitis; and 

WHEREAS, these diseases are little understood, painful, crippling and chronic illnesses that 
have particularly severe effects on children; and 

WHEREAS, medical science, yet unable to discover the causes or cures for ileitis or 
ulcerative colitis, relies on continued research and increased public awareness; and 

WHEREAS, the National Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis has long been active in 
promoting awareness of these diseases and in the quest to conquer them; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that the people of California acknowledge the goals of this 
organization as it seeks to increase public awareness of the medical problems of ileitis and 
colitis; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of May 12, 1985 as Ileitis and Colitis Awareness 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 2nd day of May 
1985. 



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Governor of California 
TEST: . 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FIIIED 

In th» offic* of »♦»• S«r»tary o» S»at» 
of ttM S»a1» of Cgllfwnta 

MAY 6 -r!8^> 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Secrrtsfy of State 

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WHEREAS, the 106 community colleges in California are an essential component of the 
state's higtier education system; and 

WHEREAS, all citizens of California are served by the community colleges wtiich offer 
equal access to all students; and 

WHEREAS, community colleges offer a wide variety of programming ranging from basic 
requirements for transfer students to complete vocational training for students seeking to 
improve their employment opoortunities; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years community colleges have become leaders in responding to the 
needs of special students such as the handicapped, senior citizens, and re-entry students; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 6, 1985, the California Association of Community 
Colleges will be sponsoring activities designed to promote the variety of programs available at 
community colleges; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 6-11, 1985 as Community College 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 6th day of May 
1985. 





Governor of California 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 



In the oflica of the Secretary of 
of ItM Stat* of Colifornia 

MAY D - iC'85 
MARCH FONG EU, Secntwy of Stat^< 

Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder characterized by the presence of 
benign tumors, and flat, pigmented spots on the skin; and 

WHEREAS, complications resulting from NF include disfigurement such as scoliosis, 
learning disabilities, and acoustic neuroma resulting in progressive hearing loss; and 

WHEREAS, because NF can lead to social isolation and loneliness, the National 
Neurofibromatosis Foundation has organized mutual support and discussion groups to alleviate 
the fears and isolation of NF; and 

WHEREAS, as the public awareness and understanding of this developmental disorder 
increases, those who have NF will be better able to live normal lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1985 as Neurofibromatosis Month to encourage greater understanding of 
its causes and symptoms. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of May 
1985. 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: / 

Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

MAY 7 - '.986 
IMRCH FONG EU, Stcntxy of Statt 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, surgical technologists are skilled professionals uniquely prepared to serve as 
an integral part of the surgical team; and 

WHEREAS, surgical technologists are responsible for the environmental disinfection, 
safety and efficiency of the operating room on behalf of both patients and medical personnel; 
and 

WHEREAS, extensive training and experience with aseptic surgical techniques are 
necessary to prepare for the demanding position as a surgical technologist; and 

WHEREAS, officially founded in 1969, the National Association of Surgical Technologists 
is vitally concerned with ensuring that these professionals are educationally equipped to 
deliver quality patient care; and 

WHEREAS, certified surgical technologists in California will be joining members of the 
association throughout the nation in observing the third week in May as National Surgical 
Technologist Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 20-2'f, 1985 as Surgical Technologist 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 May 6th day of May 
1985. 







Governor of California 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



la A* o«Bc« of th» Seer^ry of StoH 
Of Km Sto1« a( Colifornta 

MAY 7 - 1Q05 
MARCH rowa EU. SwrHW of Stett 



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WHEREAS, classified sct^ool employees provide valuable service to California's public 
schools and community colleges; and 

WHEREAS, classified school employees contribute to the establishment and promotion of 
a positive instructional environment; and 

WHEREAS, classified school employees play a vital role in providing for the welfare and 
safety of California's school children and students; and 

WHEREAS, classified school employees strive for excellence in all areas relative to the 
educational community; and 

WHEREAS, in order that classified school employees are ^«-°g"i^S^J°;,^^%^g°";;7^en 
contributfon to quality education in California, the week begmning May 19, 1985 has been 
designated as Classified School Employees Week; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebyTocla"m the week beginning May 19, 1985 as Classified School Employees Week m 
California, and urge all residents to join in this observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this May 6th day of May 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED 

In «<M office o( the S«Tre»orr of St<rt» 
of th« Stat* ot ColHornio 



MAY 7 - "'r. 

MARCHfONG EU, Secretary of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the skill, compassion and dedication of registered nurses touch virtually 
every American through health care and health education; and 

WHEREAS, the 1.6 million registered nurses in the United States fervently protect 
human life as it enters this world, and give comfort and dignity when illness and disease occur; 
and 

WHEREAS, advancements in the field of medicine have required nurses to expand their 
knowledge and pursue additional training; and 

WHEREAS, as they continue to seek greater achievements, registered nurses are 
deserving of recognition for the concerned and professional care they provide for patients in 
every possible circumstance; and 

WHEREAS, the California Nurses Association is observing May 6, 1985 as National 
Nurses Day to pay tribute to the dedication and personal sacrifice of its members; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 6, 1985 as California Nurses Day and urge all Californians to join in this 
observance. 



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 May 



1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FIUED 

la rtw o«k» of th« S«crrtary of S»af» 
of liM SMK of California 



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MAY 8 - inRi^. 
;H FONG EU, Secretaiy of Stats 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of CaHtornia 



WHEREAS, perhaps the strongest influence on our lives is by our mothers who unselfishly 
share their love, knowledge, and wisdom with us throughout our lives; and 

WHEREAS, family traditions and ancestral heritage are passed down from generation to 
generation by our mothers, thereby providing a continuity and unity within families; and 

WHEREAS, too often we fail to express our love and gratitude to our mothers for the 
many sacrifices they have made for us throughout our lives; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we set aside a special day of recognition for mothers 
and encourage all citizens to pay tribute to their mothers or surrogate mothers on this Si cial day; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 12, 1985 as Mother's Day in California in honor of all mothers in the 
state and the many contributions they make to our lives. 



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 May 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



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h liw offlc* of the Secretary of State 
of th» State of Colifernia 

MAY 8 - '"-^ 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretaiy of Stats . 

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WHEREAS over 100,000 citizens of our communities who have made significant 
contributions to the social, cultural and economic enrichment of our society are currently 
residents in nursing homes; and 

WHEREAS, in the golden age of their retirement, the elderly deserve a compassionate 
environment which likewise fosters independence as they continue to grow and seek life s 
rewards; and 

WHEREAS, many professionals and organizations in California recognize this right of 
older dtiLns and are striving to meet their needs in an understanding and thoughtful manner; and 

WHEREAS, the over 90,000 Californians dedicated to providing quality health care 
services to their'fellow citizens are deserving of recognition; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 12 - 18, 1985, the California Association of Health 
F;,rilities in conjunction with the American Health Care Association, will join President 
Reagan ?n celebritint National Nursing Home Week in an effort to honor the residents and 
staff of these beneficial facilities; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of May 12 - 18, 1985 as Nursing Home 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 8th day of May 
1985. 




Governor of California 




Secretary of State ' 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

ki <Im offie* cf the S«cr««ary of Stat* 
of Km Stat* of Califomia 

MAY 9 - ^-35 
MARCH FONG EU, Secntaiy af State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the enjoyable annual celebrations of Mother's Day and Father's Day 
recognize the importance of the family as the basic unit of our society; and 

WHEREAS, diverse circumstances often prevent the physical and emotional unity of all 
members of the family; and 

WHEREAS, the prolonged absence of one or more family meml)ers is very distrupive, 
causes emotional turmoil and leads to numerous difficulties later in life; and 

WHEREAS, the periodic reunion of family members and the reaffirmation of family ties 
serve to alleviate many of these problems and helps to preserve the valuable and supportive 
family structure; and 

WHEREAS, through the observance of Family Reunion Month between May 12, 1985, 
Mother's Day and June 16, 1985, Father's Day, families are encouraged to unite their members 
and to reflect upon the bonds they share; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 12, 1985 through 3une 16, 1985 as Family Reunion Month 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 9th day of May 
1985. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



^/1AY 9 - V185 
MARCllJ^ONG EU, Secretaof of State 

By /'^i;j2y^ 







Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






WHEREAS, maintaining accurate medical records is vital to the efficient and effective 
administration of medical care; and 

WHEREAS, medical records provide insight into one's medical history from which current 
treatment and care can be derived; and 

WHEREAS, past medical records can also offer valuable assistance to research scientists 
who seek cures to various diseases; and 

WHEREAS, the California Medical Record Association is dedicated to maintaining 
factual medical records and will be observing Medical Record Week during the week of 3une 3, 
1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 3-7, 1985 as Medical Record 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 9th day of May 
1985. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

.n Ih. olBe. o» *• J«?^ Pf *^ 
oJ th« Stet« of Colifornlo 

MAY 9 - 1-35 

MARCiq^ONG EU, SecTBtaiy of State 

By- 



Deputy 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Cahtornia 



WHEREAS, maintaining accurate medical records is vital to the efficient and effective 
administration of medical care; and 

WHEREAS, medical records provide insight into one's medical history from which current 
treatment and care can tie derived; and 

WHEREAS, past medical records can also offer valuable assistance to research scientists 
who seek cures to various diseases; and 

WHEREAS, the California Medical Record Association is dedicated to maintaining 
factual medical records and will be observing Medical Record Week during the week of 3une 3, 
1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim ]une 3-7, 1985 as Medical Record Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 9th day of May 
1985. 



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FILED 

In Ih* offic* of *• S»cr»tary of S»af« 
of Kw Start* of California 

^'AV 1 ■""^■". 


STATE OF CALIFORNIA 


MABCti-nNG EU, Sicratary of^tstB 
Deputy '- 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



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WHEREAS, on the momentous occasion of its 100th anniversary, the prestigious Crocker 
Art Museum continues a longstanding tradition of uniting the community in awe and in 
celebration of achievement in the arts; and 

WHEREAS, presented by the t>eneficent Margaret Crocker in 1885 to the City of 
Sacramento, the Crocker Gallery continues her celebrated charitable tradition and concern for 
the growth and well-being of the Sacramento community; and 

WHEREAS, as the oldest public art museum and one of the grandest pieces of museum 
architecture west of the Mississippi River, the Crocker Museum has played a vital role in 
developing the appreciation and preservation of the arts in California; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to the magnificent permanent collections, its innovative exhibits 
and special programs, educational lectures and informative publications have distinguished the 
Crocker Art Museum as a true community resource; and 

WHEREAS, the exciting festivities and special events planned in honor of the museum's 
Centennial and to herald a new century of active participation in the Sacramento area, 
promise a most rewarding and memorable celebration to be shared by all who attend; and 

WHEREAS, as the Crocker Museum continues to expand its collections, explore the 
valuable relationship it holds with all Californians and celebrate mankind's achievements in the 
visual arts, it is deserving of the loudest applause and the most sincere of praises; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the Crocker Art Museum and all those individuals who have 
contributed so much to its outstanding success as you celebrate the 100th year of its 
establishment. 



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 May 1985. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



FILED 

In th« offic* of th« Seetwtarr of Sfat» 
of «tw Stat* of CalKornio 



MAY 1 ^^ r'85 
MMCH FONG EU. Secretary of StataN 

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WHEREAS, women have become a significant component in the insurance business and 
contribute extensively to the risk and insurance industry; and 

WHEREAS, professional insurance women are effective locally and statewide in promot- 
ing public awareness of vital issues such as arson prevention, automobile safety, crime 
prevention and drunk driving; and 

WHEREAS, while focusing attention on these serious issues, insurance women maintain 
the highest professional standards; and 

WHEREAS, by joining together in the National Association of Insurance Women, these 
professional women are able to have an impact at the national level as well; and 

WHEREAS, local chapters of the National Association of Insurance Women will be 
observing National Insurance Women's Week during the week of May 19, 1985, as declared by 
the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19-25, 1985 as National Insurance Women's 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 13th day of May 
1985. 




Governor of California 




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Secretary of State ' 







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FILED 

In fh« offic* of th« Secretary of Stat» 
of t(w Stat* of ColHornia 

MAY 1 ^> r'B5 
MMCH FONG EU. Secretary of Stats^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, women have become a significant component in the insurance business and 
contribute extensively to the risk and insurance industry; and 

WHEREAS, professional insurance women are effective locally and statewide in promot- 
ing public awareness of vital issues such as arson prevention, automobile safety, crime 
prevention and drunk driving; and 

WHEREAS, while focusing attention on these serious issues, insurance women maintain 
the highest professional standards; and 

WHEREAS, by joining together in the National Association of Insurance Women, these 
professional women are able to have an impact at the national level as well; and 

WHEREAS, local chapters of the National Association of Insurance Women will be 
observing National Insurance Women's Week during the week of May 19, 1985, as declared by 
the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19-25, 1985 as National Insurance Women's 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 13th day of May 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la id* offic* of the Secretory of Stats I 
of th« State of California 

MAY 1 f". r.o,r 

MMCH FONG |U, Secretary of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the California business community is dedicated to service in Ijotti the public 
and private sector; and 

WHEREAS, throughout the state, the business community supports and promotes 
Chambers of Commerce, independent, non-profit, volunteer organizations dedicated to im- 
proving their communities; and 

WHEREAS, Chambers of Commerce, through their constant vigilance and civic pride, 
seek to improve California's economy by promoting a favorable business climate; and 

WHEREAS, throughout their communities. Chambers of Commerce have created an 
atmosphere of community awareness and economic growth and development which has made 
California a better place in which to live, work, and raise families; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 2'f-30, 1985 as Chamber of Commerce Week in California and encourage 
communities to honor the private enterprise sector in recognition of its continued service to 
our state. 



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 May 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calit'ornia 



FILED 

In fh« office of th» Secrrtary of S»ei1» 
of <tw Stats of California 



MAY t ^. ;-8^. 



of StatB 



MAKCH FONG EU. Secretary of S 
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WHEREAS, the film and video industry continues to develop, making significant 
contributions to the lives of citizens throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that films and videos be preserved so that future generations 
may enjoy the treasured moments of entertainment which are captured in these mediums; and 

WHEREAS, to ensure accurate preservation requires cooperation from several entities 
involved in preserving our moving image heritage, such as public archives, film and television 
production firms, and government agencies; and 

WHEREAS, on May 22, 1985, the first meeting of the Board of Advisors of the National 
Center for Film and Video Preservation will be held in California and will include representa- 
tives from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Film Institute, and distin- 
guished personnel from the film and video industry; and 

WHEREAS, this meeting signifies the commitment of this nation to preserving our past 
for the enjoyment and education of future generations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 22, 1985 as Film and Video Preservation 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 13th day of May 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

IB nM offlcv Of tns 5©c.r*fory or Statv ^*? 
of Itw SM% of California 

MAY 1 A v-rir 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretory Of StatsX^ 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, children, the most precious legacy we can leave to this world, are often all 
too vulnerable; and 

WHEREAS, the tragedy of the missing and exploited child is a trauma that over 1,500,000 
families in the United States have been forced to face; and 

WHEREAS, the investigation and prosecution of crimes involving missing or exploited 
children is aggressively pursued by law enforcement officials in an effort to address this 
terrible problem; and 

WHEREAS, the support and assistance for law enforcement of parents, children, 
volunteer groups and entire communities in attempting to locate missing children are vital to 
the success of their efforts; and 

WHEREAS, May has been designated as National Child Safety Awareness Month by 
President Reagan to focus national attention on this problem and to promote educational and 
preventative programs used to combat it; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are encouraged to join with parents and concerned citizens 
across the nation in focusing on the problem of missing children and exploring means of 
eliminating it; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the month of May, 1985 as Child Safety Awareness Month 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 13th day of May 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

h Hm effie* of the Secretary of Stat* jg 
of tha Stat* of California 



MAY 1 ^~ 
MARCH FONO EU, Secretary of Stats 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, children, the most precious legacy we can leave to this world, are often all 
too vulnerable; and 

WHEREAS, the tragedy of the missing and exploited child is a trauma that over 1,500,000 
families in the United States have been forced to face; and 

WHEREAS, the investigation and prosecution of crimes involving missing or exploited 
children is aggressively pursued by law enforcement officials in an effort to address this 
terrible problem; and 

WHEREAS, the support and assistance for law enforcement of parents, children, 
volunteer groups and entire communities in attempting to locate missing children are vital to 
the success of their efforts; and 

WHEREAS, May has been designated as National Child Safety Awareness Month by 
President Reagan to focus national attention on this problem and to promote educational and 
preventative programs used to combat it; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are encouraged to join with parents and concerned citizens 
across the nation in focusing on the problem of missing children and exploring means of 
eliminating it; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 25, 1985 as Missing Children Day in California. 



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 May 
1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, William Saroyan, playwright, author and literary genius of his time, has made 
substantial contributions to the progress of the literary community and the advancement of 
the human spirit; and 

WHEREAS, the son of an immigrant family, Saroyan's life story is closely tied to the 
development of California as it offers opportunities to diligent people of every race and 
background; and 

WHEREAS, William Saroyan has been recognized with an Academy Award for the play 
and motion picture, "The Human Comedy", and was awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for 
his play, "The Time of Your Life"; and 

WHEREAS, the author of over 50 published plays, novels and short stories, William 
Saroyan is to be recognized for his achievements and contributions to society and the city of 
Fresno on Saturday May 18th, 1985, the fourth anniversary of his death; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim proclaim May 18, 1985 as William Saroyan 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 May 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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jecretarv of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Ih* efllc* of «•» iTSTi! 
erf llM SUf of California 

MAYl 7 1985 
MARCHiMB EU, Secrrtny tf 8W» 

' -" Deputy C 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, on Father's Day, 3une 16, 1985, the battle begins for the coveted Governor's 
Cup and other prizes offered to the champions of the 25th annual Nevada City Classic bicycle 
races; and 

WHEREAS, modern road racing is a demanding sport, requiring stamina, strength and a 
highly-developed sense of strategy; and 

WHEREAS, the finest cycling teams from across the world will gather in Nevada City to 
compete in what has become one of the nation's richest and most celebrated one-day cycling 
events; and 

WHEREAS, the arduous 39.5 mile course attracts spectators and cycling enthusiasts from 
throughout the valley and foothills who venture to share in the excitement and festivity of this 
outstanding event; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 16, 1985 as Governor's Cup 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 May 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



in til* offin of th« Secretary of Aof* |^ 
of ih* Stat* of Collfarala 

MAY 2 01985 

MA^CH FONG EU, iannltKt Of StslB \' 



By 



Deputy 





AMENDED EXECUTIVE ORDER D-'>*-85 



WHEREAS, Government Code Section 20816 permits State employees (including members 
of the State Teachers' Retirement System designated as State employees) and higher education 
employees who are members of the Public Employees' Retirement System to receive an 
additional two (2) years of service credit whenever the Governor determines by executive 
order that 

because of an impending curtailment of or change in the manner of performing 
services, the best interests of the State would be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees; and 

2) sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from award of such credit; and 

WHEREAS, the impact of changes in funding levels and methods of providing services to 
achieve program efficiencies may result in a curtailment of employees in State government, 
the University of California, and the California State University; and 

WHEREAS, the best interests of the State would therefore be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees through the award of an additional two years of service credit; 
and 

WHEREAS, sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from the award of such credit; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to be implemented according to the following criteria: 

State agencies facing staff reductions are eligible to participate in the Early 
Retirement Program. 

State agencies, other than the University of California and California State 
University, shall submit applications to participate in the program to the Depart- 
ment of Personnel Administration after securing approval of the appropriate 
Agency Secretary. 

The University of California and California State University will utilize the same 
criteria as applied to their respective programs, and if electing to participate in 
the program, will submit their applications directly to the Department of Finance 
for fiscal review. 






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All applications shall include documentation of staff reductions, associated costs of 
participating in the Program, anticipated savings and other relevant information 
supporting the proposal. 

The Department of Personnel Administration will transmit approved State agency 
applications to the Department of Finance for fiscal review. 

Payment of Public Employees' Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement 
System costs will be made in a manner and time acceptable to participating State 
agencies, University of California, California State University, Public Employees' 
Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement System Boards, and the 
Department of Finance. 

This Amended Executive Order extends the early retirement period established by 
Executive Order D-'f'f-85. For State agencies electing to participate, the Early 
Retirement Program will now terminate on 3une 30, 1985. This extension will 
provide additional time for employees to consider their retirement options. 

If the University of California and California State University elect to participate 
in the program, the eligibility period will not exceed 60 days and will commence on 
the respective dates agreed to by those organizations and the Department of 
Finance. 

State agencies, the University of California, and the California State University 
are hereby advised that this program is to be viewed as a means to alleviate or 
minimize the stress and hardship on personnel in those areas of government facing 
staff reductions. 

Although the applications of the various agencies may be accepted, employee 
participation is totally voluntary. 

All approved plans are subject to the provisions of Government Code Section 20816. 



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 May 
1985 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State ' 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FIUED 

Id lh« effic* of i4m Sacr««ary cH Stot* 
of Mm Slott of Callfomla 






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FONG EU, Secretary Of Stats 



M\eCH FONG EU, Secretary Of S 
(J Deputy (J 



WHEREAS, California leads ttie nation in drowning accidents with deaths among young 
children rising eacti year; and 

WHEREAS, drowning is the leading cause of accidental deaths among California children 
under five years of age, accounting for 139 deaths in 1983; and 

WHEREAS, accidents not causing death can result in irreversible brain damage which 
constitutes a significant factor in new admissions to California's state hospitals for the 
developmentally disabled; and 

WHEREAS, drowning and near-drowning accidents are 100% preventable; and 

WHEREAS, because three-fourths of the drowning accidents occur during the months of 
April through September, the Department of Developmental Services is coordinating a public 
awareness campaign to help prevent these tragic accidents; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1985 as Drowning Prevention Month 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 17th day of May 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

la lb* offlo* of *• S«i»»ary of Stat» 
of ItM SMI* Of CglHornki 






MAY 2 1 'i"'S5 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the State of California leads the nation in medical advancements in 
transplant procedures of hearts, lungs, and kidneys; and 

WHEREAS, ttiese forward strides in organ and tissue transplants offer the hope of life 
for many and significant improvement in the quality of life for others; and 

WHEREAS, to ensure the success of transplant operations requires an increase in ttie 
numtjer of people offering organs and tissue for donation; and 

WHEREAS, in l^S^t thousands of individuals in California could have benefited from a 
transplcint had the organs been available; and 

WHEREAS, the growth of organ-tissue donor programs relies largely on individual 
citizens and their awareness of the significant contribution they can make by offering their 
organs and tissues to those in need; and 

WHEREAS, KPIX-TV in San Francisco and other Group W television stations are 
sponsoring the first nationwide television organ transplant and donor education, working with 
the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as well as a group of nationally prominent 
organ transplant physicians; and 

WHEREAS, the Group W program "SECOND CHANCE", a one-hour program to promote 
public awareness of this medical issue, is scheduled to be aired by KPIX-TV on Wednesday, 
3une 12; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 1985 as Second Ctiance-Organ Donor Awareness Month and encourage all 
citizens to consider participation in donor programs. 



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 May 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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la Ik* oflln of *• S«t«10Ty of Stato 
of Mm SMM of California 



MAY 2 3 i^'B5 
MARCH FONG EU, SacretMy of StatB 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






WHEREAS, Californians are fortunate to have an abundance of rivers, lakes, and coastal 
waterways which offer recreation and relaxation for millions of boaters; and 

WHEREAS, every year many Californians are injured or killed in boating accidents 
involving intoxicated operators; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Congress, recognizing the importance of boating as a 
recreational activity and the need to encourage safe enjoyment of our nation's waters, has 
declared, and the President has proclaimed, the first week in ]une as National Safe Boating 
Week; and 

WHEREAS, the theme selected by the National Safe Boating Council for this year is 
"Smart Boaters Stay Sober"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 2-8, 1985 as Safe Boating Week in California and urge all who operate 
boats on our waterways to use common sense with alcoholic beverages. 



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 May 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 









4346 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

la Kw ollica of 1(m SKraMry of Skrta 
of Hm Stota of California 

MAY 2 3 'mS 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretaiy of Statr 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, campfires have long been a symbol of brotherhood, friendship and harmony 
and are the focal point of every camping experience; and 

WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts of America have incorporated the campfires as an important 
and enjoyable part of their camps with over '»5 million scouts and leaders participating in 
campfire activities since 1910; and 

WHEREAS, the role of the campfires is being honored during the 75th anniversary 
celebration of the Boy Scouts of America with at least 50 Ceremonial Campfires throughout 
the nation; and 

WHEREAS, in addition, a 7,500 mile trek across the country will recognize the 
significance of campfires; and 

WHEREAS, this tribute to the campfires and the heritage of scouting will contribute to 
future growth and development of this worthwhile organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commemorate the Boy Scouts of America Heritage Campfire Caravan and offer best 
wishes for a most memorable 75th anniversary celebration. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 23rd day of May 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of Mm StoM of CalHornta 

MAY 2 5 r'85 
MMCH R)NG EU, Secretary of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, musical theater has developed as a uniquely American art form; and 

WHEREAS, regional theaters throughout our nation have had a significant role in 
perpetuating this important tradition; and 

WHEREAS, Sacramento's Music Circus has served as a delightful forum for the 
presentation of musical and regional theater for 35 years; and 

WHEREAS, the admirable generosity of the Music Circus management has t>enefited 
dozens of charities, the hearing impaired and local aspiring drama students; and 

WHEREAS, the Music Circus is deserving of recognition for its significant contribution 
to the cultural life of Sacramento and for its achievements in staging and producing musical 
theater in the round; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend my congratulations for the illustrious tradition of enjoyable theater developed 
by the Sacramento Music Circus and my best wishes for its continued success. 



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 May 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FltED 

k llw 0*e» of the Secretory o' StoH 
of Km S»at« <i» Colrtornki 

MAY 2 SIf'fBS 
MARCH F0H6 EU, Secretary of State | 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, physical therapy contributes substantially to ttie improvement of the health 
and quality of life for many Americans suffering from disabilities and illnesses; and 

WHEREAS, the development and refinement of the techniques employed in physical 
therapy will improve the quality of health care available; and 

WHEREAS the American Physical Therapy Association is actively working to Promote 
healthTefa^^^re rewarding lives'through the%romotion of preventative measures and the 
advancement of education and research in related fields; and 

WHEREAS in the pursuit of its goal of serving members, the American Physical Therapy 
Association L'^s^layedVsTgnificant rSe in continued efforts to assist disabled cozens; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of 3une 16 - 22, 1985, this association will be observing 
Physical Therapy Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that the physical therapy profession in California be recognized 
on this occasion and that all citizens join in its observance; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 16 - 22, 1985 as Phycical Therapy 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 2HX\\ day of May 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of Km StaM of Californio 



MARCHjeONG EU, 



MAY 2 ^\W 

Secretaryjof State 



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by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 






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WHEREAS, respiratory care practitioners are an integral part of the health care team; 






and 



WHEREAS, the establishment and pursuit of standards of excellence by respiratory care 
professionals contribute substantially to the advancement of quality health care; and 

WHEREAS, increasing public awareness of the significant role of respiratory care in 
medicine, nursing, physical therapy and the other healing arts elevates the protection available 
for citizens of our state; and 

WHEREAS, members of the California Society for Respiratory Care will convene in 3une 
for their statewide meeting and will observe 3une 3 - 12, 1985 as Respiratory Care Week; and 

WHEREAS, respiratory health care and its practitioners are deserving of recognition for 
the significant development of related medical techniques and the resulting beneficial impact 
on the medical community; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 3-12, 1985 as Respiratory Care 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 2'fth day of May 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

lo Mm olBca of th« Secretary of Stal* 
of ItM Stgt* of Colifornlo 

MAY 2 81585 
MARCH,fiM^ EU, Swratafy of State ^| 



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WHEREAS, fishing is an established American recreational tradition rooted deeply in the 
history of our country and in the hearts of its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, sportfishing provides wtiolesome, healthful recreation for more than 60 
million Americans of all ages; and 

WHEREAS, the sport of fishing promotes deep respect for our nation's water resources, 
native wildlife and the preservation of wilderness areas; and 

WHEREAS, it is of great importance that California's fishery resources be abundant, 
well-managed and free of pollution which could threaten, diminish or alter the quality of these 
natural habitats; and 

WHEREAS, across the nation concerned individuals and organizations are participating in 
the observation of National Fishing Week during the week of 3une 3-9, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are encouraged to join fishing enthusiasts throughout the state 
in encouraging the appreciation for and awareness of our renewable aquatic resources; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEaiAN, Governor of the State of California, 
do hereby proclaim Oune 3 - 9, 1985 as Fishing 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 2'>th day of May 
1985. 




/0«.».<c^, /06u<cX^*«<w»4»4i 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of Mm Stol* of California 

MAY 3 01^8'^ 
MAWH FONG EU. Sectetory of Stats 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, for children to l>ecome active, responsible adults requires a great deal of 
love and support which are most often provided by parents; and 

WHEREAS, with the increase in the number of single parent families, many children are 
denied the support necessary to grow to their fullest potential; and 

WHEREAS, child support payments awarded during divorce proceedings are too often not 
collected, thereby placing undue hardships on the children; and 

WHEREAS, besides depriving the children, unpaid child support puts a serious financial 
burden on governments which must then suppjort the child; and 

WHEREAS, a pilot program of amnesty for child support evaders is being undertaken by 
the district attorneys of Kern, Orange, Santa Cruz, Sacramento, Ventura and Riverside 
counties with the cooperation of the Department of Social Services and the Health & Welfare 
Agency and will endeavor to increase child support collection without sending offenders to jail; 
and 

WHEREAS, child support amnesty will also emphasize the need for support to a child's 
development and encourage all citizens to become aware of the benefits of child support to 
the individuals and the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 16 - August 16, 1985 as Child Support Awareness Weeks 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 29th day of May 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In th* olfc* of the Secretary of Stat* 
of *• Stole of California 

MARCH FONG 

By 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, one of the most significant events in the history of the Philippine struggle 
for national sovereignity and equal rights was the triumph of the Philippine people over Spanish 
domination; and 

WHEREAS, this year marks the 87th anniversary of Philippine Independence; and 

WHEREAS, this momentous occasion affords ail Californians the opportunity to appre- 
ciate the rich cultural heritage of the Philippine people; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to enriching the colorful ethnic diversity of California, Filipinos 
have traditionly held a significant role in the improvement of the community; and 

WHEREAS, as Filipino-Americans across our nation celebrate 3une 12th as Philippine 
Independence Day, the great contribution this ethnic group has made to the building of America 
deserves recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 12th as Philippine Independence Day in California and encourage all 
Californians to join in this observance. 



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 May 
1985. 





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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la Mm offica of ttra S«cretary of SMt* 
of <tM Stat* of California 

JUN4 -1985 
H FONG EU, laeratanr M State ' 



MARCH FONG E 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout the history of the United States, the display of our national flag 
has served as a symbol of liberty, freedom and justice; and 

WHEREAS, in recognition of the 3une if, 1777 adoption of the stars and stripes by the 
Continental Congress, 3une I't has been observed as a special day of commemoration for the 
national emblem; and 

WHEREAS, 3une It was officially designated as Flag Day by President Harry S. Truman 
and is observed throughout the nation with the flying of the American flag; and 

WHEREAS, this day provides the opportunity for all citizens to display the flag on homes 
and public buildings as a reaffirmation of their pride and commitment to the principles and 
ideals of the Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, displaying the flag should also serve as a reminder of the dedication and 
sacrifice of those men and women who committed themselves to the defense of our country's 
freedom and honor; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une It, 1985 as Flag Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of May 
1985. 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, the safety and well being of every citizen in California are of primary 
importance and deserving of serious attention; and 

WHEREAS, an unacceptable and tragic number of motor vehicle accidents in California 
are motorcycle-related; and 

WHEREAS, a significant reduction in motorcycle-related accidents may be achieved 
through greater public awareness of the dangers and safety hazards related to motorcycle use; 
and 

WHEREAS, through greater safety awareness, increased rider education and responsibil- 
ity, and an emphasis on important precautions, the safety of California's highways will be 
improved; and 

WHEREAS, the increased voluntary use of appropriate protective apparel will decrease 
the injuries and fatalities in motorcycle-related accidents; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim !June 23 - 3une 29, 1985 as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of May 
198! 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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hi Ht» o«e» of th* S«™*iry of »oi» 
of •♦»• S»a1» of ColHofflto 

JUN4 -'^;B''^ 

MARCH FONG RJ, S^retary of State 




WHEREAS, the people of the Baltic Republics-Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania-have long 
cherished their distinctive cultural tradition, and the religious and political independence 
underlying its development; and 

WHEREAS, since 19«f0, the Soviet Union has occupied the Baltic nations by force and has 
imposed a system of oppression on the Baltic people, effectively denying their basic human 
rights; and 

WHEREAS, the U.S.S.R. has caused the deportation of many native Baltic citizens to 
harsh and foreign places in an attempt to "russify" the subjugated Baltic Republics; and 

WHEREAS, the courageous spirit of the Baltic people remains undaunted as they 
continue to fight for their freedom, independence and rights of self-determination; and 

WHEREAS, Americans of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian heritage annually commemo- 
rate 3une I't as Baltic Freedom Day in observance of the ongoing struggle in their homelands; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une l^t, 1985 as Baltic American Freedom Day in this state and urge all 
Californains to join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ifth day of June 
1985. 




Governor of California Qf 



ATTEST: 

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Secretary of State / 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornid 



F 1 1: E D 

In <(w oflka of lti« Stcretaty of SNrto 
of Km Stolt of Colifornhi 

JUN6 -'f'.n5 
MWCN FONG EU, Secretary of Stats\ | 



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Deputy 



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WHEREAS, a worldwide symbol of America's cherished freedoms is the Statue of 
Liberty, given to the United State of America by France in 1886; and 

WHEREAS, throughout this past century, the Statue of Liberty has openly welcomed 
emigrants, greeted citizens returning from foreign lands, and hailed soldiers who bravely 
defended our freedoms on foreign soil; and 

WHEREAS, the Statue of Liberty was seen and revered by all immigrants arriving at Ellis 
Island, site of the primary federal Immigration Station from 1892 to 195't; and 

WHEREAS, in 1982 the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission was 
founded to restore and preserve the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, two symbols of 
American freedom; and 

WHEREAS, the work of the commission provides a valuable opportunity for us to reflect 
on the ethnic diversity, which enhances and strengthens our nation, and the millions of people 
who sought and found refuge within America's shores; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are especially blessed with a diverse ethnic population which has 
contributed significantly to the development of our great state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June lit, 1985 as Liberty Day in recognition of the dedicated efforts of the 
Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission and encourage all Californians to support 
its goals and participate in ceremonies honoring these two cherished American monuments. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of June 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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JUN5 -'.^;B5 

MARCH row EU, SecrrtWTf o( Stat« 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, in the past deaf-blind people have often tieen ignored and isolated l>ecause of 
their disbilities; and 

WHEREAS, their circumstance has improved recently as training opportunities and 
communication resources have increased; and 

WHEREAS, greater public awareness of the needs, abilities, and potential of deaf-blind 
persons will foster independence and create broader opportunities for these special individuals; 
and 

WHEREAS, Congress has recognized the need for greater awareness and has declared the 
week of 3une 23, 1985 as Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week; and 

WHEREAS, during that week the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the 
Blind and Visually Impaired will he hosting its annual conference in San Diego; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 23-29, 19? ") as Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness 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 6th day of 3une 
1985. 




/Jt.9*t^ /06UA>t.**<W»*i>4l' 



Governor of California 






Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






F I C E D 

In lU oAc* of *• Stcmtary of Shrt* ^-; 
of 1h« SMf of ColHofnto 



JUM6 -'i^'-^' 
MA^CH FONG EU. Secretiry of State ; ^g^ 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Cahfornia 



WHEREAS, the "G'-eat Friendship Run USA", a unique trans-continental run of friendship 
and international goodwill begins in San Francisco, California on 3une 10, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, Stan Cottrell, an internationally acclaimed ultra-distance runner will be 
accompanied by three noted Chinese distance runners in a challenging f5 day trek starting on 
the West Coast and finishing at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.; and 

WHEREAS, as the courageous runners and their entourage pass through each state they 
bring a message of international harmony and understanding to citizens and their leaders; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians are encourged to welcome and support these dedicated 
athletes as they pass through their communities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend my congratulations for this outstanding endeavor and best of luck to the 
runners. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of June 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 






Secretary of State 



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WHEREAS, the "Great Friendship Run USA", a unique trans-continental run of friendship 
and international goodwill begins in San Francisco, California on June 10, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, Stan Cottrell, an internationally acclaimed ultra-distance runner will be 
accompanied by three noted Chinese distance runners in a challenging 1^5 day trek starting on 
the West Coast and finishing at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.; and 

WHEREAS, as the courageous runners and tlieir entourage pass through each state they 
bring a message of international harmony and understanding to citizens and their leaders; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians are encourged to welcome and support these dedicated 
athletes as they pass through their communities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend my congratulations for this outstanding endeavor and best of luck to the 
runners. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of 3une 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 






Secretary of State 




Deputy becre •■->)"' nf stat« 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIIZED 

In 1m one* of nw Svcrvtary of SMv 
of Itw Stat* of California 




JUN7 -1985 
MARCH -fpNG EU, Secretaiy.of Stiti 

/ Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, in many corners of our nation there are families struggling to provide their 
children with the education and the tools they need to pursue their dreams and goals; and 

WHEREAS, nowhere is this struggle more visible and fervent than in a decaying enclave 
of New York City known as "the Bronx"; and 

WHEREAS, the Bronx Alumni Arts Council was founded with the goal of providing young 
people of the Bronx with the opportunity to pursue their potential in the creative arts; and 

WHEREAS, through generous financial endowments, deserving children may explore 
diverse artistic experiences in internship and apprenticeship programs, classes, summer 
workshops and scholarships to leading institutions; and 

WHEREAS, the Bronx Alumni Arts Council has given many underpriveleged children the 
encouragement to pursue their goals and fulfill the hopes of their families; and 

WHEREAS, the Bronx Festival, 3une 9, 1985, is an effort to generate enthusiasm, public 
interest and support for this worthwhile endeavor; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend my commendations to the Bronx Alumni Arts Council for this creative effort to 
improve the lives of others. May the Bronx Festival be a most enjoyable and rewarding event. 



WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of 3une 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



TTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•n Hm office of the Socnrtory of Stat* 
of t«M Stoto o( Califofnia 

JUN7 -1985 

MARCtf ^ EU, SKntliy of Stdl 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, accidents In the workplace each year result in the tragic deaths of 11,000 
Americans and injure nearly 2,000,000 additional workers; and 

WHEREAS, working men and women constitute the greatest natural resource of 
California's abundant economy and the prosperity of every citizen is substantiaUy diminished 
by industrial accidents; and 

WHEREAS, adherence to safety work practices and increased public awareness of inherent 
hazards in the workplace could immensely reduce the frequency and serious consequences of 
industrial injury; and 

WHEREAS, the American Society of Safety Engineers, established in 1911, is an 
organization dedicated to the reduction of workplace accidents and deaths; and 

WHEREAS, the Associated General Contractors of California, representing 1700 general 
contractors and allied members, is commited to the promotion of safety and professionalism in 
the construction industry; and 

WHEREAS, a major emphasis of ASSE and AGC, is the observance of National Safety in 
the Workplace Week, to be held this year from 3une 16 to 3une 22; and 

WHEREAS, this week is designated to serve as focus for the renewed dedication to the 
vital principle of preserving one of our most precious resources, the outstanding working 
population of the Golden State; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 16 - 3une 22, 1985 as Safety in the Workplace Week in California and 
urge all Californians to support the concept of providing a safe and healthful place ol 
employment. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of June 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



lfjflaAc4^ 



Secretary of State 




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4361 




F 1 U E D 

.S*. StoH of Californio ^- 



n '.nor. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



JUNl 0''"' 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretan* of State 



j^' 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS one of the most significant events in the history of the Philippine struggle 
for na^onai^v'e^eTgnity a'nd ^qual 'rights was the triumph of the PhU.ppme people over 
Spanish domination; and 

WHEREAS, the legendary figure of 3ose Rizal contributed his courage, bravery, strength, 
and ultimately his life, in the furtherance of this cause; and 

WHEREAS on this, the 87th anniversary of Philippine Independence, the Filippino 
comm!n"ty commemorates the birth of this national hero, as well as the. freedom from 
Spanish oppression; and 

WHEREAS, this momentous occasion affords all Californians the opportunity to apprec- 
iate the rich cultural heritage of the Philippine people; and 

ethr^c group has made to the building of America deserves recognition; 

wow THEREFORE I GEORGE DEUKME31AN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebyT-i"' 3une''^'ih''as Philippine Independence Day in California and urge all 
Californians to join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of 3une 
19^5. 



/3t-K-i^ 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 









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4362 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

JUN 1 1 Vj85 
MARCK^G EU, SecretoHf of State 

' ~ -^ Deputy <- 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the quality of life enjoyed by California residents is due largely to our state's 
vast wealth of natural beauty; and 

WHEREAS, this natural beauty is protected and enhanced by proper waste management 
and litter reduction; and 

WHEREAS, a clean environment contributes to the state's economic prosperity and the 
emotional and physical well-being of its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, a clean California is a source of pride and benefits all citizens and visitors to 
our beautiful state; and 

WHEREAS, the personal involvement of thousands of citizens and business and commun- 
ity leaders has demonstrated dramatically that volunteer programs are a leading force in 
controlling local litter problems; and 

WHEREAS, the "California CLEAN Program" will provide a statewide network of local 
volunteer programs dedicated to litter abatement, community beautification and the improve- 
ment of our environment; and 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby support the "California CLEAN Program" as a sensible solution to litter control in 
California and encourage all Californians to respond to this worthwhile endeavor with 
enthusiasm. 



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 June 
1985. 



Governor of California 




4363 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of CaUtomia 



WHEREAS, fathers provide a valuable service to the nation through their dedication and 
hardworking employment; and 

WHEREAS, through active participation in numerous community organizations, fathers 
enhance the wSl-being and improve the public welfare of the.r communU.es; and 

WHEREAS as more women enter the workforce, the traditional father role of Providing 
complItfSaTs^^^rt to their families is complemented by the emotional support and 
personal development they provide their children; and 

ties; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 16, 1985 as Father's Day in Cahforma. 



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 3une 
1985. 



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4364 



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FILED 

„ , , -^ (n »li» offic* of the S^^toty of SW* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT M^s^<*com.^ 

JUN 1 1 iQB5 
MARCH KM EU, Swr«tanr.?f State 

By, V^/^^-^' 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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Daputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, our nation's armed forces have a proud history involving many brave men and 
women who have served their country with honor and valor; and 

WHEREAS, these gallant citizens have heroically preserved our nation and successfully 
defended our principles of liberty and justice for all; and 

WHEREAS, through their dedication and brave service, we still enjoy the treasured 
freedoms contained in our Constitution for almost 200 years; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we continue the tradition of honoring the veterans of 
the armed forces who have fought courageously on foreign soil in defense of our valuable 
freedoms; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une l^t, 1985 as Veterans Recognition Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 11th day of 3une 
1985. 



H^^C /<3p»w.« C »i y s<>i C *< l « ■ » 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

la <tM atKca af th* Secretary of Stol* 
Of «)• SMI* •( COlifornItt 

JUN 1 ?. 1-85 



By tV^f4^/<^, 
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EU, .SwretanMif S)3tt 
Dtffuty 




WHEREAS, retinitis pigmentosa is a tiereditary degenerative disease of ttie retina, 
leading to progressive blindness; and 

WHEREAS, though affecting children and young adults, the symptoms °* f-^tini/^^ 
pigmentosa particularly night blindness and loss of peripheral vision, often go unnoticed for 
years; and 

WHEREAS, the Retinitis Pigmentosa International Society was founded to support 
research into the cause and cure of this tragic disease; and 

WHEREAS, the Society has also developed a broad support group to provide helpful and 
important services to retinitis pigmentosa victims and their families; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness of retinitis pigmentosa, as generated by the 
Retinitis Pigmentosa International Society, will lead to greater understanding of this disease; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1985 as Retinitis Pigmentosa Awaremenss Month. 



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 3une 
1985. 



Governor of California 




4366 






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FIUED i 

In Mm odk* o< tt* 8«er«»oty of Slo»» 
e( <tM StoM e( Califemio 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



JUN2 0'.'~'^^5 



MUCH FONG EU, Secretaiy Of I 
\7J Deputy r 



of StStB 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, a worldwide symt)ol of America's cheristied freedoms is ttie Statue of 
Liberty, given to ttie United States of America by France in 18S6; and 

WHEREAS, througtiout ttiis past century, ttie Statue of Liberty has openly welcomed 
emigrants, greeted citizens returning from foreign lands, and tiailed soldiers wtio bravely 
defended our freedoms on foreign soil; and 

WHEREAS, the Statue of Liberty was seen and revered by all immigrants arriving at Ellis 
Island, site of the primary federal Immigration Station from 1892 to 195'f; and 

WHEREAS, in 1982 ttie Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission was 
founded to restore and preserve ttie Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, two symbols of 
American freedom; and 

WHEREAS, ttie participation of school children in the restoration campaign provides a 
valuable opportunity for them to study our nation's ethnic diversity and the millions of people 
who sought and found refuge within America's shores; and 

WHEREAS, California schools are planning special observances during the week of 



October 28, 
Liberty; 



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celebration of the 99th anniversary of the dedication of the Statue of 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 28 through November 2, 1985 as California Liberty Schools Week and 
encourage all schools in the state to participate in activities honoring these two cherished 
American monuments. 



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 3une 
1985. 




Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FICED 

ni tn# onicv Or tttv S6cf story ov Srafv 
of the State of Califomlo 

JUN2 Tm-^ 

MARCH FONG EU. Secretiry of State 
T] Deputy /i 



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WHEREAS, an estimated 1.5 million Calif ornians are problem drinkers; and 

WHEREAS, as many as 90 percent of our youth have reportedly tried alcohol and Sit 
percent have reportedly experimented with illicit substances by their senior year of high 
school; and 

WHEREAS, approximately 1^,500 Californians died in 198if as a result of alcohol and drug 
abuse; and 

WHEREAS, the cost to California for treatment, lost productivity, crime, and property 
loss associated with alcohol and drug abuse is $17.7 billion annually; and 

WHEREAS, general public awareness of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse is 
necessary to combat this serious problem; and 

WHEREAS, from September 2-6, 1985, San Francisco has the honor of hosting the Ninth 
World Conference of Therapeutic Communities which will explore better ways to educate, 
treat and maximize the elimination of the problems inherent in chemical dependency and 
alcohol abuse among youth and adults; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1 - 6, 1985, as Substance Abuse Awareness Week in California 
and encourage all citizens to join in an effort to reduce substance abuse. 



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 3une 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



StlUAJlA Jrv^^ 



Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FIIZED 

In lilt olllo of •»<• Seer»1ary of Stat* 
e< th» SICM of ColHornlo 



I UN 2 yi-f^n 

MARCH FONQ EU, Secretary of Stat* 

Depiify 7j S 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, there are an estimated 1.5 million deaf and hearing-impaired people in the 
state of California who benefit from the services of interpreters; and 

WHEREAS, there is growing recognition of the fact that deaf and hearing-impaired 
people in California and the United States in general comprise a unique sub-culture; and 

WHEREAS, all of the citizens of the state of California can benefit directly or indirectly 
from the services of interpreters; and 

WHEREAS, the membership of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf is dedicated to 
providing competent, professional service to deaf, hearing-impaired and hearing individuals; 
and 

WHEREAS, from July «> to July 8, 1985, the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf will 
hold its 9th National Convention in San Diego, California focusing on the theme of "Interpret- 
ing: the Art of Cross-Cultural Mediation"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July ^t, 1985 - July 8, 1985 as Interpreters for the Deaf 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 26th day of June 
1985. 



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4369 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PR0CLAN4AT10N 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 






F I C E D 

la Mw efflca of ih* Secr^tofy o# *o»» 
of Km Stal* of Colifornta 

JUN2 7'"j8^ 

MARCH F0N6 EU, Stcretsry of State^ 
'' Deputy C 









WHEREAS, the XV World Games for the Deaf, planned and administered entirely by deaf 
individuals, are hosted with pride this year in the State of California from July 10 - 3uly 20, 
1985; and 

WHEREAS, over 2,500 athletes from 'f5 countries will arrive in Southern California to 
test their skills and strength in 13 challenging events; and 

WHEREAS, the World Games for the Deaf offer hearing impaired athletes the opportuni- 
ty to participate in world-class competition and to pursue excellence in their chosen sport; and 

WHEREAS, recognition of the superior talent and perseverance of these athletes does 
much to dispel the notion of deafness as a restrictive handicap, both for society and the 
competitors; and 

WHEREAS, the XV World Games for the Deaf, the largest international athletic event of 
1985, will formally commence on July 10, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians are encouraged to join in the excitement of the Games and 
to extend a warm welcome to the visiting athletes; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July 10, 1985 as World Games for the Deaf 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 26th day of June 
1985. 




4370 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

In tn# off}c0 of tho S^crotary of ' 
of the Stgtt of California 

JUN2 7'f;m 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State f 

'•i Deputy Jj 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, enjoyable recreational activities are important for good ptiysical and mental 
hecilth, and enhance ttie quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, the beauty and facilities provided by parks offer an unlimited array of 
delightful recreational choices; and 

WHEREAS, with wide-open spaces and extensive natural resources, parks enrich the 
urban environment, providing a place of serenity for residents; and 

WHEREAS, parks protect the beauty of our state and provide a habitat for native plants 
and wildlife; and 

WHEREAS, the month of July has been designated as National Parks and Recreation 
Month to recognize the importance of parks in the use of leisure time; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July as Parks and Recreation Month 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 June 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED 

la tlwdfcaof Hw SKr««ary of Start* 
c( Hw SKrt* of Colifarnia 

JULl -i985 
MMtCH FCMG EU, Secretaiy of Stats 

Donulv / 



Depwiy 



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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



Uffi 



I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, find that conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the County of San Diego, 
State of California, beginning on 3une 30, 1985, as a result of major fires. Because the 
magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and facilities of 
the County, and because of the existing conditions and continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a 
State of Emergency to exist in the County of San Diego; and 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State 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 this 1st day of July 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California (/ 



l^iiwJk JyyuJkj 






Secretary of State 









4372 




^^ FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT " "^ftt^^'O^;^ "^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



rJob 



MARCH PO^ EU, SMetmy of Statt 
(J Deputy 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, California has long prided herself on her potential for growth and the 
ingenuity and resourcefulness of her citizens; and 



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WHEREAS, with continued growth comes a wealth of opportunities in the private sector 
for individuals, including minorities; and 

WHEREAS, expanded minority enterprises will result in a more prosperous economy for 
all Californians and will underscore our commitment to welcome business to the state; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is committed to increasing minority-owned business 
participation in our future; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 6, 1985, special seminars will be held which 
highlight California's minority business community and its potential for growth; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-12, 1985 as Minority Enterprise Development 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 2nd day of 3uly 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




/0^m. A rjt^ XjC»*JiJc<*i'^kjM»'m «■ 



Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

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ol <tM Stat* of California 

JUL 3 -1985 



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WHEREAS, eggs and egg products constitute a basic, yet natural part of the American 
diet; and 

WHEREAS, over 8 billion eggs are produced each year in California, distinguishing our 
state as the largest provider of eggs in the entire United States and Canada; and 

WHEREAS, egg revenues exceed $W0 million per year, ranking 11th among all of 
California's agricultural commodities; and 

WHEREAS, healthy markets and progressive industrial development of egg production are 
important for the continued prosperity of our state; and 

WHEREAS, the California Egg Commission and the California Department of Food and 
Agriculture have launched a campaign to guarantee the freshness and quality of California eggs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 16, 1985 as California Fresh Egg Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 3rd day of 3uly 
1985. 



Governor of California 




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I, GEORGE DEUKNEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, find 
that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the City of Los Angeles, State of California, beginning on 
July 2, 1985, as a result of major fires. Because the magnitude of 
this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and 
facilities of the City, and because of the existing conditions and 
continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in 
the City of Los Angeles; and 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State 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 this 3rd day of 
July 1985. 



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STATE OF EMERGENCY 









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I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, find that conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the County of San Luis Obispo, 
State of California, beginning on July 2, 1985, as a result of major fires. Because the 
magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and facilities of 
the County, and because of the existing conditions and continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a 
State of Emergency to exist in the County of San Luis Obispo; and 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State 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 this 8th day of July 
1985. 



Governor of California 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




,^ FILED 

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Mi 9 - 1985 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



th. ..^I!5*^'^' ^'^^^'i ^^'■y5^^"i'<°^ and the American Ballet Theatre are currently touring 
the United States, including three California cities; and xouring 



h.iut il ^' ^ Baryshnikov has achieved world-wide acclaim for his excellence in 
ballet, has performed to enthusiastic audiences throughout the world, and has made thriUine 
guest appearances with ballet companies in numerous countries; and ^ 

Theat^r!i^t^'w^'' ?''l'^"'''°o''.f ^'^^"^ ^ ^ principal dancer with the American Ballet 
onhrArerica"^ Bairet^Thea^eTa^d""' ^"' ^" '''' ^^^""^^^ ''^ ^'^'^^ °^ ^^^^^^ ^^--- 

r^.Mit!^"^''^ >^' ^^ ^^f P^'^°'l^^^ *ith excellence and his own distinctive style that have 
re ulted in critical acclaim and great popularity in the world of ballet, performing in such 
Petrouchka! ^^^'''^''^^'-'^''''''^ ^" The Nutcracker. Basil in Don Quixote , and the title role ^n 

K.iiot^"^*^^.;.^^^ Sacramento Ballet is to be applauded for its promotion of the art of 
^ f^ir c ^P°"^°'-^f^^P °* ^^ikhail Baryshnikov and the American Ballet Theatre in 

performance in Sacramento the evening of July 10, 1985; 

k...k'^°^' "^"^J^l^^W' ^^^^^^ DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
fZtLirZ Tk^^I' Ba'-yshnikov for his outstanding contributions to the art of ballet, and 
for bringing the celebrated American Ballet Theatre to Sacramento and to California 



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 July 
19i5. 





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by the Governor of the State ot California 



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Of ItN SM* of ColKornla 

Mil 01985 
MARCH F0N6 Bi, Sacntwy Of Steli, 

Deputy 



WHEREAS, California's construction industry contributes significantly to our state and 
the well-being of its residents; and 

WHEREAS, ttie construction industry is the second largest industry in the state providing 
a dynamic yet dependable force for California's prosperity and economic stability; and 

WHEREAS, the skilled enter preneurstiip and efficient productivity of the construction 
industry are representative and strongly supportive of the free enterprise system; and 

WHEREAS, the sound health of California's construction industry sparks optimistic 
prospects for the continued prosperity of our state; and 

WHEREAS, Construction Industry Awareness Week is observed in recognition of the 
significant contributions of the construction industry and in tribute to the dedication and 
achievements of its members; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the week of Duly 28, 1985 through August *, 1985 as Construction Industry 
Awareness Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHERECM^ I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 9th day of 3uly 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAM, Governor of the State of California, find 
that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the State of California, as a result of major fires 
beginning on June 28, 1985 and now out of control in the Counties of 
Monterey, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz. Because the magnitude of this 
disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and 
facilities of the Counties, and because of the existing conditions and 
continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in 
the Counties of Monterey, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz; and 

I PDRTBER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that 
widespread publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th day of 
July 1985. 




GovernOT of CalifornVa> 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In *• •*» of lU s««*»n' •» s»» 
of Km Strto of Collfornlo 

JUL 1 1 '.085 
MARCH FONG EU, Secfrtnyof^Stat* 

By ' , <('\t<^^A4 

DejHrty 




PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, find that conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the County of Ventura, 
State of California, beginning on 3une 27, 1985, as a result of major fires. Because the 
magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and facilities of 
the Coimty, and because of the existing conditions and continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a 
State of Emergency to exist in the County of Ventura; and 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •"*•*-•♦ w*.ho 

>I,UL 1 6 1985 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA marc» rtwe eh j^j^ ^ state 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the theory of flight has rapidly progressed from a turn-of-the-century 
conception of utter impossibility to the modern scientific confidence of space travel; and 

WHEREAS, air transportation currently plays a crucial role in the conduct of daily 
business, whether it is commercial, recreational, or governmental affairs; and 

WHEREAS, the aviation, and more recently, the aerospace industries of California have 
earned well-deserved reputations as pioneers in this exciting field; and 

WHEREAS, the effort to refine the transportation of goods and people to the highest 
possible level of efficiency and convenience continues in this state, and is attributable to many 
dedicated and insightful individuals; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness of the v' ' role of transportation and aerospace 
technology encourages further progress in these fields; a lu 

WHEREAS, Aviation-Aerospace Week, observed during the week of September 23-29, 
1985, provides a valuable opportunity to lend recognition to the contributions of the industries 
and the individuals who comprise them to the well-being and growth of our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 23 -29, 1983 as California Aviation-Aerospace 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 3uly 
1985. 





Governor of California 




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of Km Sm* of California 

ILl 71985 
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// Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the freedom and independence of self government are cherished and desired 
throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, on August 15, 19't5, Korea received her independence following 36 years of 
Japanese rule; and 

WHEREAS, three years later the Republic of Korea was established, giving Koreans the 
power to govern themselves; and 

WHEREAS, Korea's independence is highly praised and treasured by Koreans around the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, the Korean community in California will be celebrating the kWn anniversary 
of Korean Independence Day with appropriate ceremonies and festive gatherings; and 

WHEREAS, this special day also provides a fine opportunity to recognize the many 
significant contributions Koreans have made to California's development and prosperous diversity; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 15, 1985 as Korean Independence Day in California and encourage all 
citizens to join in appropriate observances. 



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 July 
1985. 




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Governor of Ceilifornia 



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of Hm Stat* of Mlitornra 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




JULl 81585 
MARCH'ftjNG EU, Secpptay of State/ 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with an abundance of fish and wildlife as varied as the 
environment they inhabit; and 

WHEREAS, the citizens of the State of California have long been concerned with 
conservation and wise use of fish, wildlife and their habitats; and 

WHEREAS, through licenses and fees, hunters and anglers contribute to the management 
of fish and wildlife, including endangered species; and 

WHEREAS, sound, common sense management of our fish and wildlife resources, and 
responsible use of those resources, will enable future generations to enjoy these outdoor 
activities as do today's sportsmen; and 

WHEREAS, September 28, 1985 is being observed as National Hunting and Fishing Day in 
recognition of the importeint role played by those who hunt and fish. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 28, 1985 as California Hunting and Fishing Day. 



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 3uly 
1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




JULl 81985 
MARCH ^ m, SecretMy o(. State 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Social Security protects millions of workers and their families against the 
loss of income they would otherwise face in their retirement, or upon the disability or death of 
a family breadwinner; and 

WHEREAS, more than 22 million retired workers, over 10.7 million dependents of retired 
or deceased workers and another estimated 3.8 million disabled workers and their families are 
receiving monthly benefits as a result of the Social Security Act as it now stands; and 

WHEREAS, the Social Security Act also created the nation's Unemployment Insurance 
System, thus permitting independence and dignity for all Americans in the face of life's 
contingencies; and 

WHEREAS, this nation's Social Security program has become a vital thread in the fabric 
of American life, growing and responding to the needs and desires of new generations just as it 
has with those preceding it; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that Californians join in the observation of Social Security Week, 
August 11 - 17, 1985, in recognition of the accomplishments of the last 50 years of the Social 
Security program and its continuing value to this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 11-17, 1985 as Social Security 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 17th day of 3uly 
1985. 




Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




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FILED 

In Mm offica of the Secretory of State 
of Mm Siol* of Californio 

JULl 9 '.585 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretwyj^ State 



ByJ . J^^y^^'.- C<<^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, on 3une 25, 1950, the Republic of Korea was attacked by communist forces 
from the north, beginning a three year struggle that resulted in more than two million 
Ccisualties; and 

WHEREAS, the United States quickly sent American servicemen to assist South Korea 
where they joined United Nations forces from 15 other nations; and 

WHEREAS, these gallant and noble soldiers bravely fought to defend the freedom of the 
Republic of Korea and preserve all cherished liberties for the benefit of future generations; 
and 

WHEREAS, the Korean conflict ended on July 27, 1953 with the signing of the armistice 
and the establishment of the demilitarized zone; and 

WHEREAS, the American servicemen who fought so bravely during the Korean War are 
deserving of our respect, honor, and special recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 21 - 27, 1985 as Korean War Veterans Week in California and encourage 
all citizens to participate in appropriate observances. 



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 luly 
1985. 




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Governor of California 









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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la lb* oflk* of 1<M S«cr«tary of Stata 
of ItM :*3f tt CdKernla 




JULl 9VW 
MARCUTONG EU, Secrelaiy of state 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the Fleet Reserve Association is a respected veterans fraternal service 
organization comprised of active duty and retired Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard 
enlisted personnel; and 

WHEREAS, over 200,000 nnembers across the world remain dedicated to the association's 
lofty principles of loyalty, protection and service to God and country; and 

WHEREAS, through the pursuit of their idecils, members have contributed to the 
improvement of the lives of American sea service personnel and their families everywhere; and 

WHEREAS, the Fleet Reserve Association is holding its Annucil Regional Conventions in 
both the West Coast Region and the Southwest Region commencing August 9, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that the week of August 5 - 10, 1985 be observed in California as 
Fleet Reserve Association Week in recognition of the significant contributions of this 
organization to the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 5-10, 1985 as Fleet Reserve Association Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to l>e affixed this 18th day of 3uly 
1985. 




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of Mm Smt of CalKomki 

AUG 7 - 'f<85 
tItKtiJFm EU, Secotaiy pf state 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, California has long been known for the variety and vitality demonstrated by 
its people; and 

WHEREAS, the Polish culture is rich in colorful traditions which enhance the well-being 
of the state and enrich our precious ethnic diversity; and 

WHEREAS, the Polish community in California will be celebrating Polish American 
Heritage Month with appropriate ceremonies and festive gatherings; and 

WHEREAS, this special occasion provides a fine opportunity to recognize the many 
significant contributions Polish-Americans have made to California's development and 
prosperous diversity; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 1985 as Polish American Heritage Month in California and encourage 
all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of August 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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of Mm Stat* of California 

AUG 7 - 1Q85 
MMtCtt^ EUl 8eQret»y,of Stata 

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WHEREAS, on Decemt>er 7, 19ifl, the United States of America was drawn into World 
War II following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; and 

WHEREAS, the Pacific Theater was the site of some of the most intense and heroic 
battles of this destructive conflict, including Guadalcanal, Midway, and Leyte Gulf; and 

WHEREAS, American servicemen from all branches of the armed forces fought with 
valor and honor on foreign soil to defend our cherished freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, World War II came to a dramatic close on August l^f, 19'>5 when 3apan 
yielded to the Allied Forces, ending four years of fierce fighting in the Pacific; and 

WHEREAS, on August 15, 1985, the 'fOth anniversary of V-3 Day will be observed, 
providing an opportunity to reflect on the many brave and noble American servicemen who 
preserved and protected our freedoms; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 15, 1985 as V-J Remembrance Day in California and encourage all 
citizens to participate in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of August 
1985. 



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•f itM State of CglHornig 

AUG 7 - 1Q85 
MARCH fONG EU, Secretify of StatB 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, women represent the fastest growing segment of America's business owners; 



WHEREAS, through their ingenuity and creativity, businesswomen have made significant 
contributions to the economic prosp>erity of the nation; and 

WHEREAS, throughout California women have demonstrated their courage and 
perseverance in meeting the challenges faced by all entrepreneurs; and 

WHEREAS, California's businesswomen have provided a fine example to others 
throughout the nation and have enhanced California's reputation cis a leader in the world of 
business; and 

WHEREAS, all Californlans have benefited from the resources businesswomen bring to 
our state, and are appreciative of the vital contributions businesswomen make to our economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1-7, 1985 as California Businesswomen's Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of August 
1985. 

Governor of California *' 




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AUG 8 - 1985 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA marci^ eu, sae^tw 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, there is an increasing recognition of the potential of ridesharing to reduce 
fuel consumption, air pollution, traffic congestion, user transportation costs and parking needs; 
and 

WHEREAS, the ridesharing programs developed and implemented by ttne Department of 
Transportation have co.itributed to the efficient use of California's transportation system; and 

WHEREAS, California has kept pace with the public's ever-increasing demands for 
efficient, specialized, and low-cost transportation services to meet the needs of aU citizens 
and the business community; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women who constitute the total work force of this state can 
become more aware of the benefits of ridesharing to many persons and businesses m the 
communities of this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 16-20, 1985 as Rideshare Week in the State of California, and urge 
all citizens to join with the California State Department of Transportation and other 
transportation-related groups and individuals in observing this week to promote awareness and 
use of ridesharing. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of August 




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AUG 7 - j98^> 
*WW»lR)NGEUSeci»hfyof8tat. 

Deputy 



WHEREAS, logistics engineers contribute significantly to the well-being of the State of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, logistics engineers stress the strong and effective management of logistics 
disciplines through literary, educational, and scientific endeavors in supp>ort of Department of 
Defense and commercial standards; and 

WHEREAS, logistics engineers are dedicated to the advancement of the art and science 
of logistics technology; and 

WHEREAS, many aspects of the logistics function will benefit from the recent 
development of computerized information systems; and 

WHEREAS, the San Diego Chapter of the Society of Logistics Engineers is hosting the 
20th Annual International Logistics Symposium on August 20, 21, and 22, 1985, and has chosen 
"Logistics in the Information Age" as its theme and motto; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 18-2'*, 1985 as Logistics Engineering 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 7th day of August 
1985. 




Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"'^Atr^?.:?'^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA uf^^Z''"'^^ 



MARCH IW8 EUl J«iMt«y If SW* |S 




WHEREAS, a worldwide symbol of America's cherished freedoms is the Statue of 
Liberty, given to the United State of America by France in 1886; and 

WHEREAS, throughout this past century, the Statue of Liberty has openly welcomed 
emigrants, greeted citizens returning from foreign lands, and hailed soldiers who bravely 
defended our freedoms on foreign soil; and 

WHEREAS, the Statue of Liberty was seen and revered by all immigrants arriving at Ellis 
Island, site of the primary federal Immigration Station from 1892 to 195«f; and 

WHEREAS, in 1982 the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission was 
founded to restore and preserve the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, two symbols of 
American freedom; and 

WHEREAS, the work of the commission provides a valuable opportunity for us to reflect 
on the ethnic diversity, which enhances and strengthens our nation, and the millions of people 
who sought and found refuge within America's shores; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are especially blessed with a diverse ethnic population which has 
contributed significantly to the development of our great state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 28 through November 2, 1985 as Liberty Week in recognition of the 
dedicated efforts of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Commission and encourage 
all Californians to support its goals and participate in ceremonies honoring these two cherished 
American monuments. 



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 Auguest 
1985. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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FILED 

!n Ih* «no* of th* SKntary of Stota 
of Km Sm* of CalHbrniQ 

AU6 1 3 1QS5 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA H;;^^^^ 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, certified registered nurse anesthetists are capable licensed professionals and 
a vital segment of our health care delivery system; and 

WHEREAS, through extensive training and practical experience, nurse anesthetists are 
taught to administer anesthesia safely and effectively; and 

WHEREAS, certified registered nurse anesthetists greatly enhance the safety and 
understanding of the administration of anesthesia through patient education; and 

WHEREAS, during 1985 the California Association of Nurse Anesthetists is celebrating 
its 50th anniversary of fervice to registered nurse anesthetists and all CaUf ornians; and 

WHEREAS, the An.erican Association of Nurse Anesthetists will convene its 52nd annual 
meeting and professional sessions in California during the week of August 17, 1985, 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 17-22, 1985 as Nurse Anesthetist 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 9th day of August 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



.^ i=:it:ED 

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of Nm Stat* of California 




AUGl 3 1985 
MARC|»JDNGEIi^teMMy^«f state 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the arts bring a world of enrichment and enjoyment to ail Californians; and 

WHEREAS, through the California Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts 
has initiated and fostered a strong and energetic partnership among local, state and federal 
members, and has greatly encouraged and supported both private and public sector 
commitment to the arts; and 

WHEREAS, this partnership has brought world renown to this state and its people, 
encouraging tourism, commerce and increased trade with other states and countries; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has designated September 23-29, 1985 as National Arts 
Week in honor of the 20th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Arts; and 

WHEREAS, states across the nation are joining together in affirmation and celebration 
of this landmark anniversary of American arts; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 23-29, 1985 as Celebrate the Arts Week in California and 
encourage all citizens to support and participate in artistic activities. 



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 August 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



^o/-r#»tarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 









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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

in Mw effic* of th« Secretory of Stat* 
of Hm Stat* of Colrfornio 

AUGl 4 1905 
MARCIK^G EU, Secretay of State 

Deputy 




WHEREAS, all Californians benefit from the special contributions disabled persons make 
to our society; and 

WHEREAS, citizens with disabilities strongly desire to participate fully in the life and 
activities of our state; and 

WHEREAS, studies show that disabled employees are often more reliable, have longer job 
tenure, have better safety records and can produce on an equal basis with nondisabled 
employees; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has declared October 6-12, 1985 National Employ the 
Handicapped Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6 - 12 as Employ Disabled Persons Week in California and urge all 
citizens to take an active part in this observance. 



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 August 
1985. 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California 




.Serretarv of Statp ' 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



IB m offic* of 14m Swretory of Stata 
of th» Stat* of California 

AUG 1 A iGf55 

MARCtwpWG EU, Secretm of State 

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WHEREAS, the California Congress of Parents, Teachers and Students, Inc. was founded 
in 1897 as advocates for children and youth; and 

WHEREAS, since that time, the California PTA has striven to improve educational 
opportunities for all children and youth; and 

WHEREAS, the PTA seeks to raise the standards of home life by bringing into closer 
relation the family as a whole, and provide the impetus for dialogue among parents, students, 
teachers and administrators; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians recognize that young people are our most vital resource and 
support the PTA in efforts to build childrens minds, intellects and personal skills; and 

WHEREAS, parents, teachers, students and other concerned citizens must join together 
to reaffirm the importance of the family unit and effectively work toward improving 
educational standards by developing between educators and the general public efforts that will 
secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in their education; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September as PTA Month 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 13th day of August 
1985. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F 1 1: E D 

la lit* 0<lle« of the Secretary of Aota 
of ItM Stgit of California 

AUG 1 A rm 

MARCH F0N6 EU, Secntity of Stat* ^ 




AMENDED 
EXECUTIVE ORDER D-36-8* 



WHEREAS, the State and local tax systems have undergone continuous and significant 
change since the last comprehensive study of the system was done 20 years ago; and 

WHEREAS, there is concern that the existing tax structure does not reflect changes in 
the economic base created by modern electronic technologies and other new developments and 
may not be adequate to fund government over time; and 

WHEREAS, the current tax system is replete with specific tax provisions which may now 
be irrelevant or obsolete; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. The Tax Reform Advisory Commission is established to study the State's tax 
structure and to recommend needed reforms for the State's revenue apparatus. 

2. The Commission shall be composed of a chairman and six voting members. The 
Director of Finance and a member of the Board of Equalization shall serve as 
nonvoting members. 

3. The Commission shall be charged with the following nonexclusive responsibilities: 

a. To determine the adequacy of California's tax base in light of future needed 
services; 

b. To review tax exemptions, deductions, credits and distribution to determine 
any inequities that may exist; 

c. To review the impact of the California tax structure on California's economy 
and on the business climate of the State and consider whether the tax 
structure is appropriate in light of the changing economy; and 

d. To propose recommendations that will make the tax system more equitable, 
reduce abusive tax provisions, equalize the tax burden among our citizens 
while not causing an overall increase in taxes. 

*>. All state agencies, departments, boards and commissions are directed to assist the 
Tax Reform Advisory Commission in the implementation of this executive order. 



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The Tax Reform Advisory Commission shall provide the Governor a full report of 
its findings and recommendations by September 30, 1985. 



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 3une 
1985 




Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

h ttwoMMof tb* S*cr««Dfy of Stol* 
of th* SMi of Colifornia 



MARCI 

By 



AUGl 61985 
WCtr^ EU. Secrelpry •( state / 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, California has long prided herself on her potential for growth and the 
ingenuity and resourcefulness of her citizens; and 

WHEREAS, with continued growth comes a wealth of opportunities in the private sector 
for individuals, including minorities; and 

WHEREAS, expanded minority enterprises will result in a more prosperous economy for 
all Californians and will underscore our commitment to welcome business to the state; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is committed to increasing minority-owned business 
participation in our future; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 6, 1985, special seminars will be held which 
highlight California's minority business community and its potential for growth; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6 - 12, 1985 as Minority Enterprise Development 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 2nd day of 3uly 
1985. 



AAa^C^MWMfkA* 



Governor of California 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

IN IIM vRo9 of InC Sccrvtofy of Slolo 
of Hw State of CalHornia 



AUG 2 2 fj85 



MARCU 







Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



and 



and 



WHEREAS, automobile safety is vitally important to all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, over 2'f0,000 people are injured in traffic accidents in California each year; 

WHEREAS, traffic accidents are the leading cause of death among people t^k and younger; 



WHEREAS, seat belts reduce the risk of critical injury or fatality in a traffic accident 
by half and help drivers maintain vehicle control in emergency situations; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness of the benefits of seat belt use will encourage 
more motorists to "buckle up" to save lives and prevent injury; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1985 as Seat Belt Awareness Month 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 22nd day of August 
1985. 





Governor of California 



TTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ih* offic» of th« Secretory of Stote 
of rtic State of CalHornio 

AUG 2 9 1905 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of Stats 



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Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, as the most populous state in the Union, California's strength is based on the 
ability to produce and efficiently distribute food products necessary to sustain its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, this process is remarkably well performed by the independent grocers of this 
state; and 

WHEREAS, independent grocers symbolize the small business entrepreneur upon which 
America's free enterprise system rests; and 

WHEREAS, the week of September 8, 1985 has been designated as Natlona' Independent 
Retail Grocers Week and will be observed by the memt)ers of the California Grocers 
Association; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September %-\^, 1985 as Independent Retail Grocers Week in California, in 
recognition of the valuable services provided by the state's independent retail grocers. 



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 August 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST; 




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Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Mm «(«« of lU Swretory of Stat* 
«f Km Stat* of California 

AUG 2 9'fiS'. 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Secretary of State 

By .j,J^r (f, ^^y, 
•^ Deputy "^-^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, security practitioners are dedicated to protecting the people, property and 
information assets of a diverse group of private and public organizations; and 

WHEREAS, the efforts of these professionals have significantly reduced the losses 
caused by a wide range of crimes committed against countless organizations; and 

WHEREAS, these same security professionals have demonstrated outstanding service in 
preventing or minimizing losses to the state from natural or man-made disasters; and 

WHEREAS, all Calif ornians benefit from the fine work of security practioners; and 

WHEREAS, the American Society for Industrial Security has designated September 1985 
as Professional Security Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1985 as Professional Security Month 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 August 
1985. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In IIm offic* of **>• S«retary of S»at« 
of Itw SM9 of California 



AUG 2 O-QPr: 

MARCH F0N6 EU, Secretary of State 
/^ ' / ' > x- 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, osteopathic medicine offers a system of total health care which focuses on 
the interrelationship of body structure and function; and 

WHEREAS, doctors of osteopathy emphasize good health for the whole family and 
concentrate on providing services to underserved areas; and 



WHEREAS, osteopathic medicine is America's fastest growing health care profession; 



and 



WHEREAS, osteopathic physicians make significant contributions to health care in the 
State of California and expect to make even greater contributions in the future; and 

WHEREAS, the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California, an affiliate of the 
American Osteopathic Association is observing September S-l**, 1985 as Osteopathic Medicine 
Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September %-\k, 1985 as Osteopathic Medicine Week in California and urge all 
citizens to observe this week with appropriate recognition. 



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 August 
1985. 




Governor of California 



TTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED _ 

In th« Offic of th. Secretory of StaH 
of ttM S»a1» of Colrfornia 

AUG 3 Ofj85 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Secrrtary of Stats 

^^ Deputy <^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, despite a reduction in the number of crimes committed by juveniles since 
1981, youth crime and delinquency continue to be a major concern facing all Calif ornians; and 

WHEREAS, in 198't, 223,339 juveniles were taken into custody in California, comprising 
13% of all arrests in the state; and 

WHEREAS, juvenile crime and delinquency impact jJl of us by threatening the future 
health of our society; and 

WHEREAS, because no single organization, agency or jurisdiction has sole responsibility 
for preventing juvenile delinquency, it is the responsibility of all citizens to take an active role 
in addressing the issue of delinquency prevention; and 

WHEREAS, effective youth crime and delinquency prevention programs and services 
depend upon the commitment and participation of agencies, organizations and institutions 
from both the private and public sector; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 27, 1985, California Delinquency Prevention 
Week will be observed, providing an opportunity to recognize the positive contributions and 
accomplishments of individuals and organizations committed to delinquency prevention and to 
encourage their continued involvement in this important area of our criminal justice system; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 27-November 2, 1985 as California Delinquency Prevention Week. 



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 August 



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1985. 



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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th» otfKt of the Secretory of State 
o( the Stole of Colifofnio 

AUG 3 O-:^' 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, family violence occurs in staggering proportions across the nation, affecting 
all ages, races and economic levels; and 



WHEREAS, violence within the family impacts the lives of every family member and 
threatens the entire community; and 

WHEREAS, nearly one-third of all female homicide victims are killed by their husbands 
or boyfriends and nearly 20 percent of all murders are family related; and 

WHEREAS, women's centers, mental health agencies, volunteer groups and law 
enforcement agencies are working to stop the cycle of violence by providing shelters, 
counseling, emergency assistance, legal aid and other needed services; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 6, 1985, Domestic Violence Awareness Week will 
be observed, providing the opportunity to increase public awareness of this serious problem; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-12, 1985 as Domestic Violence Awareness 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 29th day of August 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 







Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



•n the offite o< the Secr«1ory ot »ol» 
of *• 5iat» of CalHofnta 

AUG 3 01985 
ft\»VM FONG EU, Seentwy •» SW» 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, crime and the fear of crime erode our citizens' sense of well being and 
personal safety, casting a shadow of insecurity over the lives of too many Calif ornians; and 

WHEREAS, California law enforcement officials attribute a portion of the recent 
reduction in crime to increased public awareness and involvement in community crime 
prevention programs such as Neighborhood Watch, Youth Crime and Delinquency Prevention, 
Personal Safety and Victims Rights programs; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential to continue to inform and encourage the involvement of the 
public in effective crime prevention programs to help reduce the number of crime victims in 
California; and 

WHEREAS, an emphasis on crime prevention as a means of reducing crime provides a 
forum for government, law enforcement, the business community and every citizen to continue 
to seek solutions to crime and to identify effective prevention strategies; and 

WHEREAS, crime prevention programs implemented at the statewide and local level 
require the support and involvement of government, law enforcement, the business 
community and citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Crime Prevention Month In California and 
encourage every Californian to increase their awareness of effective crime prevention 
measures. 



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 August 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th* ollk* o( l4w Secretary of Stat* ^ 
of th* Stat* of California 

AUG 3 0)985 

MARCH PONG EU, Secretaty of Stats 

By "-^riyjfrwf g 
'--^ Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, schools make substantial contributions to the future of California and to the 
development of our nation's young people as knowledgeable, responsible and productive 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, excellence in education is dependent on safe, secure and peaceful school 
settings; and 

WHEREAS, the California Constitution provides students, teachers and school staff the 
inalienable right to learn, teach and work in saie, secure and peaceful school settings; and 

WHEREAS, the safety and well-being of many students, teachers and school staff are 
unnecessarily jeopardized by disruption, crime, violence, substance abuse and vandalism in our 
schools; and 

WHEREAS, a better public understanding of school safety and student attendance will 
assist students, school officials, law enforcement and other concerned citizens in enhancing the 
learning experiences of our young people; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should be aware of and cooperate with efforts by local, state 
and federal agencies who will be focusing attention during the 1985-86 school year on school 
safety and student attendance, thereby identifying, developing and promoting innovative 
solutions to these critical issues; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEOIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-October 26, 1985 as California Safe School Week in California and 
urge state and local agencies and the student councils in each of California's public and private 
schools to formally join in observing this designation and coordinating related events. 



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 August 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In tm offin of Inc Sccrvtory or Statt " 
of Km Stall of CalHenria 

AUG 3 01935 
MARCNJ)N6 EU, SM^vtafy of Stats ! 




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WHEREAS, like the Fourth of July, September 16th is a day which symbolizes freedom, 
independence and individual liberty; and 

WHEREAS, rallying behind Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, on September 16, 1810 
Mexicans began the cry "Viva la Independencia", marking the beginning of Mexico's ten year 
struggle for freedom from Spain; and 

WHEREAS, this date has become an inspirationcil occasion for Mexicans throughout the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, the annual celebration of Mexican Independence Day is particularly 
meaningful to California because of our rich Mexicein heritage and the many people of Mexican 
descent who live in our state; and 

WHEREAS, on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of this special day, it is appropriate 
to renew our international friendship and to look forward to continued goodwill between our 
peoples; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 16, 1985 as Mexican Independence 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 29th day of August 
1985. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

•Q Im cMg9 Or W9 S^crvtafy of State 
of Ino Shrto of Cotlfomfa 

SEP 4 1985 







WHEREAS, like the Fourth of 3uly, September 16th is a day which symbolizes freedom, 
independence and individual liberty; and 

WHEREAS, rallying behind Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, on September 16, 1810 
Mexicans began the cry "Viva la Independencia", marking the beginning of Mexico's ten year 
struggle for freedom from Spain; and 

WHEREAS, this date has become an inspirational occasion for Mexicans throughout the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, the annuail celebration of Mexican Independence Day is particularly 
meaningful to California because of our rich Mexican heritage and the many people of Mexican 
descent who live in our state; and 

WHEREAS, on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of this special day, it is appropriate 
to renew our international friendship and to look forward to continued goodwill between our 
peoples; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 16, 1985 as Mexican Independence 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 29th day of August 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






FILED 

In rtw offica of tti* S«cr««aty of Sta»» 
of tha Stola of CalKornia 

AUG 3 0VD85 
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By virtue of the authority vested in the Office of the Governor by the federal Tax 
Reform Act of 198'f (Public Law 98-369), I, George Deukmejian, as Governor of the State of 
California, hereby proclaum as follows: 

1. Unless the context otherwise requires, the terms defined in this Section shall for 
all purposes of this proclamation have the following meanings: 

(a) "Committee" means the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee estab- 
lished pursuant to Section 5 of this proclamation. 

(b) "Code" means the Internal Revenue Code of 195'f, as amended. 

(c) "County Population Share" means for each calendar year for each county or 
city and county a percentage calculated by taking as the numerator the most 
recent State Population Estimate of the entire population of such county or 
city and county and by taking as the denominator the most recent State 
Population Estimate of the state. 

(d) "Issuer" means any local agency or state agency authorized by the Constitu- 
tion or laws of the state to issue Private Activity Bonds. 

(e) "Local Agency" means any political subdivision of the state within the 
meaning of Section 103(a)(1) of the Code, or any entity that has the power to 
issue Private Activity Bonds "on behalf of" any such political subdivision. 

(f) "Local Population Share" means, for each calendar year (i) for each city or 
city and county, a percentage calculated by taking as the numerator the most 
recent State Population Estimate of the population of such city or city and 
county, and by taking as the denominator the most recent State Population 
Estimate of the population of the state; and (ii) for each county, a percentage 
calculated by taking as the numerator the most recent State Population 
Estimate of the population of the unincorporated area of the county, and by 
taking eis the denominator the most recent State Population Estimate of the 
population of the state. 

(g) "Private Activity Bond" has the same meaning as that specified in Section 
103(n)(7) of the Code. 

(h) "Private Activity Bond Limit" means any part of the State Ceiling allocated 
or transferred to a state agency or loccd agency pursuant to this proclama- 
tion. 



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(i) "State" means the State of California. 

(j) "State Agency" means the State and ail state entities, including joint powers 
authorities of which the State or agency or instrumentality thereof is a 
member, empowered to issue Private Activity Bonds, the interest on which is 
exempt from income tax under Section 103(a) of the Code, including nonprofit 
corporations described in Section 103(e) of the Code authorized to issue 
student loan bonds. 

(k) "State Bond Limit" means the 50% of the State Ceiling initially allocated to 
the State pursuant to Section 3(a) of this proclamation, together with any 
amounts transferred to the State pursuant to Section 7. 

(1) "State Ceiling" shall be the amount specified by Section 103(nX'^) of the Code 
for each calendar year commencing in 198'f. 

(m) "State Population Estimate" means, with respect to any calendar year, the 
most recent estimate of population of California cities and counties published 
by the State Department of Finance before the beginning of the calendar 
year. 

(n) "Unused allocation" means, with respect to any Local Agency, the aggregate 
Private Activity Bond Limit obtained through Sections 3 and 7, minus the 
amounts used to issue bonds, to make a carryforward election, or to make a 
transfer, as reported to the Committee pursuant to Section 8(b). 

Pursuant to Section 103(nK6)(B) of the Code, this proclamation shall govern the 
allocation of the State Ceiling among the governmental units in this state having 
authority to issue Private Activity Bonds. Any allocation granted or transferred by 
or under the authority of this proclamation shall become the Private Activity Bond 
Limit for the issuer to which such allocation is granted or transferred for any 
Private Activity Bonds issued by such issuer. 

(a) There is hereby allocated to the state agencies in each Ccilendar year an 
amount equal to fifty percent (50%) of the State Ceiling. 

(b) There is hereby allocated to each city, county, and city and county in each 
Ccilendar year an amount equal to thirty-five percent (35%) of the State 
Ceiling multiplied by the Local Population Share of each such city, county, or 
city and county. 



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(c) There is hereby allocated to each county (including any city and county) in 
each calendar year an amount equal to fifteen percent (15%) of the State 
Ceiling multiplied by the County Population Share of each such county. 

(d) The allocations provided for in subsections (a), (b) and (c) shall be calculated 
by the Committee, and may be rounded to the nearest $1,000. 

(a) In order that none of the allocation of local agencies be unused at the end of 
the calendar year, the Committee intends to reallocate the Unused 
Allocation. For the purpose of reallocation, on October 15 of each calendar 
year, any Unused Allocation of any local agency shall automatically be 
transferred to the State, to become part of the State Bond Limit, unless the 
local agency files a notice pursuant to subsection (b) with the Committee 
prior to October 15. 

(b) In order to retain part or all of its Unused Allocation, a local agency shall file 
with the Committee, on a form to be prescribed by the Committee, a notice 
stating the local agency's election not to allow the transfer of part or all of 
its Unused Allocation to the State pursuant to subsection (a). Such election 
shall be effective upon being submitted to the Committee prior to October 
15. The making of this election is solely within the discretion of each local 
agency, and the local agency does not have to use its Unused Allocation 
before the end of the calendar year. Nothing in this section shall prevent a 
local agency which has made the aforementioned election from transferring 
its Unused Allocation after October 15, pursuant to Section 7. Local 
agencies which are required to retain a portion of their Private Activity Bond 
Limit for a project pursuant to Section 631(a)(3) of the Tax Reform Act of 
198't shall preserve such rights by making the election provided in this 
Section. 

(a) The Committee is hereby established, consisting of the State Treasurer, the 
State Controller and the Governor, or in the Governor's absence the Director 
of Finance, any of whom may act through a designee. The State Treasurer 
shall be the Chairman of the Committee and the Office of the State 
Treasurer shall provide such administrative assistance and support staff as 
shall be necessary for the Committee to operate. Members of the Commit- 
tee shall serve without compensation. The Chairman shall keep or cause to 
be kept minutes and other records and documents of the Committee. 

(b) Two members of the Committee shall constitute a quorum. The affirmative 
vote of two members of the Committee shall be necessary for any action 
taken by the Committee; provided, however, that the Committee may by 
unanimous vote delegate to its Chairman the authority to carry out any acts 
empowered to it under this proclamation. 









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(c) The Committee shall as soon as is practicable after the start of each 
calendar year, determine and announce the State Ceiling for the calendar 
year, and the allocations provided in Section 3. 

(a) Each state agency shcill apply to the Committee prior to issuing any Private 
Activity Bonds, supplying such information as the Committee may require. 
Such application may be for a specific project, or it may be for a designated 
dollar amount, to be utilized for projects at the discretion of the state 
agency. No Private Activity Bonds issued by any state agency shall be 
deemed to receive the benefit of any portion of the State Bond Limit unless 
the Committee has allocated a portion of the State Bond Limit to the state 
agency. Such allocation may be on such terms and conditions as the 
Committee may determine. 

(b) Any loceil agency may apply to the Committee for an allocation of a portion 
of the State Bond Limit, supplying such information as the Committee may 
require. Applications from local agencies may only be for specific projects 
or programs. The Committee may transfer to a local agency a portion of the 
State Bond Limit upon such terms and conditions as the Committee may 
determine. 



(c) Any allocation made or transferred pursuant to this section shall be irrevoc- 
able upon issuance of bonds pursuant thereto at least to the extent of the 
principal amount of such bonds so issued and any such allocation or transfer 
shall permit the state agency or local agency receiving same and any 
transferee thereof to treat all or any portion of such allocation or transfer as 
a carryforward pursuant to Section 103(n)(10) of the Code unless the resolution 
or other action making such allocation or transfer provides otherwise. 

(d) No cillocation made to a state agency or transferred to a local agency 
pursuant to this Section may be transferred by the initial recipient thereof to 
any other state agency or local agency without the consent of the Commit- 
tee. 






To further implement the provisions hereof, any local agency may, by resolution, 
transfer to any other local agency or to the State all or any portion of such local 
agency's Private Activity Bond Limit, subject to the provisions of Section 6(c), if 
applicable, and Section 9. Any such transfer shall be made in writing and may be 
general or limited and subject to such terms and conditions as may be set forth in 
said resolution; provided that any such transfer shall be irrevocable upon issuance 
of bonds pursuant to such transfer at least to the extent of the princip>al amount of 








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such bonds so issued. Each transferee shall maintain a written record of the 
transfer in its records for at least the term of all Private Activity Bonds issued 
pursuant to such transfer. No transfer may be made pursuant to this Section in 
return for any payment of cash, property or other marketable thing of value, 
except that a local agency may charge an administrative fee not to exceed $1,000 
to recover its actual costs of processing a request for a transfer of Private 
Activity Bond Limit. 

(a) Subject to any limitations on transferred Private Activity Bond Limit as may 
be provided in Sections 6 and 7, any State Agency or local agency may utilize 
its Private Activity Bond Limit (i) for the issuance of Private Activity Bonds, 
(ii) to make a carryforward election pursuant to Section 103(n)(10) of the 
Code, or (iii) to make a transfer to the State or to any local agency. 

(b) No issue of Private Activity Bonds shall be deemed to have received the 
benefit of any portion of an allocation made or transferred to the Issuer 
pursuant to this proclamation unless the Issuer's bond resolution or other 
similar action giving final authority for the issuance of bonds specifically 
designates a portion of the Issuer's Private Activity Bond Limit to such h>ond 
issue. Any such designation shall be irrevocable upon the issuance of such 
bonds to the extent of the principal amount thereof. 

(c) Each state agency and local agency shall notify the Committee in writing 
within 15 days after (i) the issuance of any Private Activity Bonds, (ii) any 
action taken pursuant to Section 7 to transfer any portion of its Private 
Activity Bond Limit to the State or another local agency, or (iii) any election 
to treat all or any portion of such State Agency's or local agency's Private 
Activity Bond Limit as a carryforward pursuant to Section 103(n)(10) of the 
Code. The Committee (or upon its termination, the State Treasurer) shall 
keep such notices in its records for a period no less than the term of all 
Private Activity Bonds issued pursuant to such notices. 

9. Each county, and city and county, acting through its board of supervisors, 
shall give priority in application of the allocations granted by Section 3(c) to 
assist issuance of Private Activity Bonds by the county (to the extent the 
county has fully utilized its share of the allocation granted by Section 3(b)), 
by local agencies within the county, or by local agencies whose territory 
contains part or all of the territory of the county. The county may transfer, 
pursuant to Section 7, part of the allocation granted by Section 3(c) to the 
State or to a local agency whose territory is entirely outside the county only 
upon making a determination that it does not reasonably expect to grant 
requests to use such amount of its Private Activity Bond Limit for any 
projects or programs described in the first sentence of this Section. 








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The Committee may request local agencies and state agencies to provide the 
Committee with information pertaining to the amount and purpose of anticipated 
future Private Activity Bond issues, or any other information which may be held 
useful to the Committee in performing its duties and responsibilities hereunder. 






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The Committee or any local agency may transfer any Private Activity Bond Limit 
directly to any joint powers authority created pursuant to Government Code 
Section 6500 et. seq. This Section is specifically intended to be an expressed 
statement of an alternative allocation as provided in Temporary Treasury 
Regulations Section 1.103(n)-3T, A-l^f and A-15. 

This Proclamation amends and supersedes the Proclamation dated July 19, 198'*. 
Nothing contained in this Proclamation shall affect the validity of any bonds 
issued, or any Private Activity Bond Limit allocated or transferred, prior to the 
date hereof, in compliance with the Proclamation of 3uly 19, 198'*. 

I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that none of the allocations contained in 
the proclamation was made in consideration of any bribe, gift, gratuity, or direct 
or indirect contribution to any political campaign. 



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 
1985 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




SprrptArv nf St3t(=> ' 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In rtw office of the Seeretarv of SMm 
of rtM Stcrt* of Colifornia 

SEP 4 1985 
MARCtrFini||G EU, Secretary of State 



By. 




Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Californians cherish the mobility provided by the automobile, just as we 
value a clean, healttiy environment; and 

WHEREAS, routine car maintenance has been shown to be a contributor to automobile 
safety, enhanced fuel economy and reduced car emissions; and 

WHEREAS, autumn is an opportune time to prepare automobiles for winter's hazardous 
driving conditions by performing preventative maintenance; and 

WHEREAS, during the month ol October, the Car Care Council will emphasize the 
necessity of automobile maintenance; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians benefit from programs that improve the safe and efficient 
operation of vehicles; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Car Care Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 3rd day of September 
1985. 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In IIm office of rtra Secretary of Stole 
tt the State of California 



SEP 4 i98^. 
MARCHJQNG EU, Secretary of Stats 

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WHEREAS, it is important that California's public education system provide quality 
instruction to its students so that future generations are able to compete in an increasingly 
competitive business world; and 

WHEREAS, the personal computer has made significant contributions to the 
effectiveness of the California educational system, as well as to the home and business; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California recognizes that the personal computer can assist in 
developing long-range solutions to major educational, social and business issues; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Computer Learning Month 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 3rd day of 



September 1985. 
Governor of California 



ATTEST; 




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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the office of the Secretory of Stole 
of the Stat* a( ColHomki 



SEP 4 1585 




state 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the concept of Adult Day Health Care represents a relatively new 
development in senior health care, offering options for older Americans which were previously 
limited; and 

WHEREAS, Adult Day Health Care Centers have been established in California to 
provide the senior population with a cost-effective alternative to long-term care 
institutionalization; and 

WHEREAS, the Adult Day Health Care program's primary objectives are to restore or to 
maintain optimal capacity for self-care to the frail elderly and to delay or prevent 
unnecessary and unwanted placement in an institutional setting; and 

WHEREAS, ^dult Day Health Care programs encompass a wide variety of social and 
medical services, including transportation to and from the sites, nursing care, physical 
therapy, psychiatric counseling and referral services; and 

WHEREAS, in the past year, the State of California has increased Adult Day Health Care 
program sites by more than 50 percent; and 

WHEREAS, this expansion represents another step toward achieving a comprehensive 
community-based long-term care structure in California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 22-28, 1985 as Adult Day HeaUth Care Center 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 3rd day of 




September 1985. 
Governor of California 



ATTEST 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la Kw •■«• of 1<M Saovtory of State 
of Km Stolo of ColHornia 

SEP 5 1985 
MARCH^FOTK Ei; Stentoy ff State 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the Emblem Club is a charitable organization comprised of v men and 
affiliated with ttie Elks Club; and 

WHEREAS, the Emblem Club's primary objectives are to perform charitable acts that 
benefit the community, to promote good fellowship and to encourage true allegic ice to the 
Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, over 16,000 Emblem Club members in California donate their time and talent 
to countless individuals who are in need of support and direction; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians benefit from the many worthy services provided by this 
organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 15-21, 1985 as Emblem Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this '►th day of 
September 1985. 



Governor of Cantornia 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

Is tn# 0009 of tfio Socntary of Stoto 
of Mm Stat* of Colifemia 

SEP 5 rm 

MARCiOONG EU, Sacratny 9f state 

,f^^De^«iy 7 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, k}) percent of the population in California is single; and 

WHEREAS, singles donate their time and talent for the betterment of their communities 
and this state; and 

WHEREAS, nonprofit singles groups in California provide guidance and fellowship, and 
help single people develop new friendships; and 

WHEREAS, singles groups throughout the state are observing California Singles Week on 
September 15-21, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, it is important to show appreciation for the valuable contributions singles 
make to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 15-21, 1985 as Singles 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 kx\\ day of 
September 1985. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 






Secretary of State 






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WHEREAS, the American automobile, *irst developed in 1893, was perhaps the most 
powerful single force for change in the early 20th century; and 

WHEREAS, the automobile has greatly contributed to the history and economic 
development of California by bringing to an end the day when the horse was the primary means 
of transportation, thus creating vast social and economic transformations; and 

WHEREAS, the design and engineering of automobiles has changed through the years, yet 
important examples of excellence need to be preserved as reminders of the past; and 

WHEREAS, the preservation of these classic cars of the past will foster a greater 
appreciation for future advancements in the automobile industry; and 

WHEREAS, the Sacramento Concours d'Elegance, sponsored by the Associates of Sutter 
Community Hospitals, encourages the appreciation of fine antique and classic automobiles; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby welcome you to the Sacramento Concours d'Elegance and extend best wishes to those 
who have preserved the classic cars of the past. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ^fth day of 
September 1985. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

SEP 4 -^'SB 
MAROIFONG EU, Secretary of State 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the full and frank discussion and debate of ideas are a cornerstone of our 
free society; and 

WHEREAS, a public forum featuring noteworthy speakers from around the world provides 
an effective and informative manner for such discussion and debate; and 

WHEREAS, for 10 years the City Club of San Diego has offered the opportunity for 
influential and prominent men and women to present their views to local business, government, 
and education leaders; and 

WHEREAS, forums provided by the City Club have contributed to the richness of 
understanding and knowledge in the City of San Diego; and 

WHEREAS, the success of the City Club serves to encourage greater participation in 
public policy debate and discussion; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend my personal best wishes to the City Club of San Diego on the occasion of its 
10th anniversary. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 'tth day of 
September 1985. 



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Governor of California 













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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In ftw oAott Or ttM Sscrvfofy of Stofo 
ef Km Slalt a( CalHomia 

SEP 5 1985 
MARCH ftNG EU, Secretaiy o( state 

/ Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 









WHEREAS, in 1788, the United States Constitution Ijecame the supreme law of the land 
and remains as the oldest written national instrument of government in force anywhere in the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, this priceless document guarantees our precious freedoms while creating a 
federal republic with ultimate power residing with the people; and 

WHEREAS, despite societal and economic changes, the basic Constitution has survived in 
tact with only 26 amendments, including the Bill of Rights; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate, as we approach the 200th anniversary of the drafting of the 
Constitution, that this charter be studied by all Americans so that it can be more deeply 
appreciated; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of September 17, 1985, the Daughters of the American 
Revolution will be celebrating the 31st national observance of Constitution Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 17-23, 1985 as Constitution Week in California and encourge all 
citizens to increase their knowledge and appreciation for this revered document. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 'tth day of 
September 1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



FILED 

In «M oKc* of th« Swratary of Slot* 
of Mm State of California 

SEP 5 1985 
MARCH ?ONG EU. Sem^ vf^Stat* 

Deputy 






WHEREAS, the safety of our most precious resource, our children, is of great importance 
to all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, safety programs are useful tools for introducing the importance of safety 
awareness to our young people; and 

WHEREAS, greater public awareness regarding ttie importance of safety measures 
encourages increased community involvement by providing various organizations and members 
of the public an opportunity to work together in conducting safety awareness programs; and 

WHEREAS, the National Safety Town Center is sponsoring National Safety Town Week 
September 16-22, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 16-22, 1985 as Safety Town 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 5th day of 
September 1985. 




Governor of California 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the City of Santa Monica upon the receipt of the California 
State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In itM Offie* of ^ Setrttory of Sitf 
of Km Stat* of Colifornia 

SEP 6 *!'^'85 
MARCH TONG EU, Secretary oj State 

Deputy ; 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Manuel DeVargas Elementary School upon the receipt of 
the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In th« offic* of the Secretory of Stat* 
of the State of California 

SEP 61985 
MARCH 70NG EU, Secretary «f Stat* 



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WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these deii^.. '~'' efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substcintial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Solarize Photovoltaic Energy Corporation and the City of 
Dixon upon the receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 






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FILED 

,,^la»ht o(li« of the Secretary of Shrt* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «» *. s.*. »♦ confomio 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SEP 6 ms 

(MARCH fONG EU, Secretary of State / 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of CaHfornia 






WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Felburg and Sun upon the receipt of the California State 
Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



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FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"^'f^Ztl'^S.::'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



SEP 6 r-BS 
(MARCH $NG EU, Secretary of Statt 



Deputy 



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WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to 3ohn CaroUo Engineers and the Central Contra Costa 
Sanitary District upon the receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




^^fc» *5r'^" ^ 3 M4i*^' fe *<»<^^ ' t* * < «■ * 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT »« '^ »^ IJ^ji^Ps! *-• 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



of ttM SNrt* ef Cotifornta 

SEP 6 !^'B^ 
MARCH ^G EU, Sflcrrttiy ot State 

J Deputy ,/ i 



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WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Ayres, Ezer, Lau Consulting Engineers upon the receipt of 
the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to t>e affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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FILED 

In iht 0«e« of the Secretory of State 
of tt» S»ot» of Californio 

SEP 6 m" 

MMtCH)F0N6 EU. Secretwy of State 



B y/ ^jV>v/^ 






Deputy 



v.^. 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 






WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substanticil energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Contra Costa County and the Pacific Gas and Electric 
Company upon the receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set m' hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




"""^C^- /Oc«»cicC«».»<»^^<»i««> . 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



PILED 

SEP 6 igpt^ 
MWHfOM EH 8«™t«ypf state 

Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vitad to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increcised awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the City of Hollister upon the receipt of the California 
State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



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ATTEST: 









Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT m ,h. £ ' tJr JLP^ sm. 

of ttM Stoi* of C«l)ferata 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SEP 6 1085 
MARCH /ONQ EU, Secrttny «f State 




D«puty 



6 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municip>alities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the City of Palo Alto Utilities Department upon the 
receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 



Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTi.««o£lijIPofs,o. 

of ttw iMri* M Colltarnla 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SEP C P ^'■•85 



MARCH jFONG EU, Swr«t*ry o(. State 
/ Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



■11. 






WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to Sonoma County and the Sonoma County Community Energy 
Coalition upon the receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




/ ^ J*'*<C<-m AVii»OCC»»«<»^«l»'lfc«««. < 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTi«*.-^-^J"cS^'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



SEP P 'i^f^*^ 

MARCH ^NG EU, Secretiiy of StatB 



By. 




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Deputy 



< jrxx>L 

A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calif-ornia 



WHEREAS, ttie conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the County Supervisors Association of California and the 
California Energy Commission upon the receipt of the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 















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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT m *. £ i JrsEoPof sm, 

of t<M Srota of California 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




SEP 6 '"S'^ 
MMtCH ibNG EU, Secret^ of. Stats 

Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substcintial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the Southern California Edison Company ufxsn the receipt 
of the California State Energy Award for 1985, 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




S^^S,.^L^ 



Governor of California 



(fflMoJA ^/u^ 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In tti* offit* ftf ths Sacrttary of SM* 
of itM Stat* o( Callfornta 

SEP 6 1985 

MARCH fONQ EU, Slor^Ky Of SWt 
// Dapvty 7 



1 



S§ t 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the Pacific Gas and Electric Company upon the receipt of 
the California State Energy Award for 1985. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be ciffixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




'*C'£- XV !t4.*.iic»v*<si»«c»<« 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 









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FIUED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT'"*'.:?^t!^o^c«'rn^'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




SEP 6 ms 

MARCH jKWG EU, Secretaiy of Jtato , 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the major utility companies and municipalities throughout the state are 
developing and implementing programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of these dedicated efforts will encourage greater 
participation in energy conservation programs; and 

WHEREAS, 16 programs throughout the state have distinguished themselves as offering 
substantial energy and cost savings and are deserving of appropriate recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby offer my congratulations to the ' juthern California Gas Company upon the receipt of 
the California State Energy Award for l>85. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal cf the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




/<3fc* *C'^- / 6t«x. ^ <w>Ajkt»>i<« 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FICED 

ta Mw offiM of Ih* SwrMiry «f Stat* 
a( Mm StoH of ColHornta 

^EP 6 1Q85 
MARCH l#G EU, 8«rat«y o( State 

^,1^-1 yuO^ ^Jyd^y', 

Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



I 



WHEREAS, the State of California tias a varied coastline of rocky shores, sandy beaches, 
urban ports and small harbors, tidal flats, estuaries and marshes; and 



and 



WHEREAS, the coast has provided us with a rich scenic cultural and historic heritage; 



WHEREAS, the natural resources of the coastal zone are among our most important 
economic resources; and 

WHEREAS, the marine environment is one of California's most valuable resources, 
supporting an active fishing industry, tourism and other coastal industries; and 

WHEREAS, the coast provides recreation and enjoyment to California residents and 
visitors; and 

WHEREAS, coastal land forms offer protection from storms, flooding and erosion; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is committed to the sound management of its 
coastline to ensure that the environmental and economic value of the coastal zone will be 
sustained; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 21, 1985 as California Coastal Cleanup Day and Septeml)er 21-28, 
1985 as Coast 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 6th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




""K^" X3iue*A.^^«xw»ft* V i « » ■ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '" '^''^"^ tl^J^^T *«• 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



S§P a tr.qr^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, family physicians have a long history of dedication to upgrading the quality 
of available medical care; and 

WHEREAS, as a result of increasing complexities and technology in ttie medical care 
field, family physicians are committed to the concept of continuous comprehensive medical 
care, with particular emphasis on the family; and 

WHEREAS, family physicians focus on preventative as well as curative medicine, and 
educate patients and families in ways to stay well and healthy; and 

WHEREAS, the American Academy of Family Physicians has declared October 1985 as 
Family Health Month to promote good health habits and physical and mental well being; and 

WHEREAS, proper health care is important to all Californians; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Family Health Month 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 9th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 



ifflOAOJA 



Secretary of State 





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OR ; 



4434 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

'B flw ones Or fiM Swrttary or SVofo 
of ItM Stat* of ColHbmki 

SEPl 3 1585 
MARCMDDNG EUl Sacnbiy tf State 

^ Deputy T } 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



tci^i-t 






WHEREAS, the Club Managers Association of California is composed of managers and 
assistant managers in California; and 

WHEREAS, these managers represent the finest in private yacht, athletic, social and 
country clubs; and 

WHEREAS, the Association's illustrious record of civic participation and genuine concern 
for others is highly regarded and deeply appreciated; and 

WHEREAS, the Association's accomplishments benefit all Californians and are deserving 
of high commendation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby congratulate the Club Managers Association of California on its outstanding record of 
service to 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 this 1 1th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




lovernor of California U 



liflMAOJA %^ky 



Secretary of State v 



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R.?^ '^ii^fS^ i^r-^fS'X i^u 



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■a «reJts^ iC-SCtf-i; fcfeAsli •i'6*S'i< tfcJKA'M ■CbK^'^ iftJIta^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F t L F n 

0v Wfr sAbIv flV C^oiMonMo 



SEP 1 fi IWSS 5^3 

MARCH fONG EU, Secretafy of Stitt 5: 



By -n ,iff,^^' ^ 



D«pmy 



^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



W ERE AS, dental hygienists are licensed professionals, trained to aid patients in 
maintaining optimal oral health; and 

WHEREAS, dental hygienists are dedicated to educating the public regarding the 
necessity of good health habits, including preventative dental care; and 

WHEREAS, registered dental hygienists contribute to the dental health of all Califor- 
nians and provide an essential service to our total health; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the public recognize and appreciate the dedicated 
efforts and valuable services provided by dental hygienists; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Go/ernor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 15-21, 1985 as Dental Hygiene 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 16th day of Septem- 
beii,1985. 



bec-iys?. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 



'J« «-r*?-^ ^?X1^ ^saC-^ ^aC^ "i-SlSi 5- 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

w WW oWc« of ihe Srcf«#ory of 
0> Urn Sloi* of Californto 

SEPi d-^'^-: 

MftRCHJONG EU, Secretary of State! 



1^, A^^^^r^c^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 upon the culmination of a 
72 year struggle to gain women's suffrage; and 

WHEREAS, the goal of the League of Women Voters is to promote an open governmental 
system that is representative, accountable and responsive; that protects individual liberties 
established by the Constitution; and that assures opportunities for citizen participation in 
government decision making; and 

WHEREAS, since its inception, the League has helped millions of women and men 
become informed participants of government; and 

WHEREAS, the League is a unique, multi-issue, activist network that derives its strength 
from the energy and commitment of several hundred thousand members and supporters 
nationwide; and 

WHEREAS, the League is a recognized force in shaping public policy and in promoting 
citizen participation at all levels of government; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 18-2*, 1985 as League of Women Voters Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to t)e affixed this 13th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

In Ih* office of rtw Secrrtory ef Shrto 
of tho Stat* of California 

SEP1 7'W5 

MARCH FONG EU. Secretary of StatB . 
(7 Deputy /j 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-45-85 



WHEREAS, the country of South Africa is the only nation in the world which 
constitutionally enshrines a political system whereby a small minority of the population has 
the power and authority to separate, discriminate against, and deny fundamental political, 
social, and economic rights to the majority of its population solely on the basis of race; and 

WHEREAS, this system of apartheid is contrary to the basic religious and political 
assumptions underlying our nation which hold that all jjeople are created equal with the 
inalienable right to I'fe, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and 

WHEREAS, the United States of America has rejected the separate and unequal 
treatment on the basis of race as ethically immoral and politically indefensible; and 

WHEREAS, Californians of all races, creeds and religions regard the policies and 
practices of apartheid in South Africa as they do other policies and practices throughout the 
world intended to suppress rather than to protect the civil rights of every human being, as 
repugnant to the principles of individual liberty, social justice and political and economic 
enfranchisement which are the bases of government policies in free societies everywhere; and 

WHEREAS, "good corporate citizenship" and social and moral concerns are appropriate 
factors to be considered in making investment decisions; and 

WHEREAS, corporations doing business in South Africa, through their employment 
policies, can serve as forces for social and political change within South Africa; and 

WHEREAS, the selective investment of trust funds within the control of state 
investment agencies may encourage corporations to adopt responsible employment policies in 
South Africa, and thereby hasten the end of that nation's policies of apartheid; and 

WHEREAS, any policy of selective investment must comport with provisions of Califor- 
nia law which require that in the investment of state trust funds, primary consideration must 
be given to the safety, rate of return, and present and future opportunities for diversification, 
without impairing contractual obligations; and 

WHEREAS, restrictions on the investment of California trust funds in financial institu- 
tions and companies doing business with the government of South Africa can be achieved 
without monetary loss to state trust funds, and can be accomplished in a reasonable and 
prudent manner; and 

WHEREAS, the "Sullivan Principles" prescribe a reasonable code of conduct for corpora- 
tions doing business in South Africa, and provide appropriate guidelines for the investment of 
state trust funds; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 






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Section 1. The governing boards of the Public Employees' Retirement System, the 
Legislators' Retirement System, the Judicial Retirement System and the State Teachers' 
Retirement System are requested to: 

a. review on a case-by-case basis the quality of corporate 
citizenship of companies included in the investment portfol- 
ios of their respective retirement systems, and of banks and 
financial institutions with which the retirement system 
places its funds, such review to occur no less than once 
annually and to be informed by the services of knowledge- 
able third parties including but not limited to the Investor 
Responsibility Research Center, the International Council 
for Equal Opportunities Principles, Inc., and similarly reput- 
able organizations; and 

b. consider shareholder resolutions in which the retirement 
systems would have reason to be interested on social or 
moral grounds, as such may be proposed, and promptly 
consider ways of improving the exercise by the retirement 
system of its shareholding voting rights for the purpose of 
promoting good corporate citizenship by companies in which 
the retirement system is invested; and 

c. with respect to companies doing business in South Africa, 
regard the vigorous promotion of racicd equality as being 
required by the retirement system's definition of good 
corporate citizenship; and review the performance of such 
companies on a case-by-case basis using the Sullivan Princi- 
ples, or an equivalent code of corporate conduct consistent 
with the spirit of the Sullivan Principles, as the guide to 
determining good corporate citizenship, and regard the 
failure to meet the test of good corporate citizenship by 
such companies as a presumption for the retirement system 
not to invest in such companies, or, if an interest is already 
held, to sell the retirement system's interest in such compa- 
nies over a reasonable period of time, provided such action 
is consistent with the fiduciary duties of the governing 
board; and 

d. regard companies doing business in South Africa with a 
rating on the Sullivan Principles performance of Category I 
(making good progress) or Category II (making progress), or 
a comparable level of performance on an equivalent code of 
corporate conduct, as presumptively meeting the standard 
for good corporate citizenship. The governing board shall 
promptly review all investments in companies doing business 
in South Africa which do not meet this presumptive standard 
and undertake appropriate action on a case-by-case basis, 
consistent with the policies established herein, to dispose of 
investments in such companies; and 

e. make no new investments in companies doing business in 
South Africa which are not rated in Categories I or II as to 
compliance with the Sullivan Principles, or a comparable 
level of performance on an equivalent code of corporate 
conduct, except when necessary to fulfill the system's 




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fiduciary obligation as determined by the governing board; 
and 

f. assist in the formation of consortia of universities, compan- 
ies and institutional investors organized for the purpose of 
fostering efforts by U. S. firms doing business in South 
Africa to improve the education, health, social, and eco- 
nomic conditions of non-whites in South Africa and to 
improve the effectiveness of the Sullivan Principles; and 

g. study the feasibility of establishing one or more South 
African Free supplemental retirement funds for members of 
the retirement system who wish to place their contributions 
into such a fund. 

Section 2. The governing board shall annually submit to the Governor a report describing 
actions taken by them in accordance with the provisions of this order. 

Section 3. As used in this order, the term "Sullivan Principles" refers to the (Sullivan) 
Statement of Principles (Fourth Amplification), November 8, 198't. 



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 Septem- 
ber 1985 




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FILED 

In th« offio of '^ S«r.^ of 5W. 
of Mm Slol* of California 

SEPl 9'OB':- 



MARClKtONG EU, Secretoy t^State 




Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a youth program sponsored by the Navy League 
of the United States; and 

WHEREAS, the purpose of the program is to educate and train young people in 
citizenship and maritime matters, naval history and tradition, and the importance of our 
maritime forces; and 

WHEREAS, the program helps young Americans become patriotic and responsible 
citizens while allowing them to sample military life; and 

WHEREAS, the Santa Monica Bay Area Sea Cadets have been awarded th- prestigious 
3ohn J. Bergen Trophy for being chosen as the outstanding Naval Sea Cadets in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the signifi- 
cance of this honor; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 21, 1985 as Sea Cadet 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 18th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of ItM SM« o» California 

SEPl 9K'B^' 

MARCIKIONG Ea Secratorv ol State, 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the Slate of California 



WHEREAS, it is estimated that as many as 250,000 Indians lived in what is now known as 
California long before the coming of white men; and 

WHEREAS, the California Indians had a special appreciation of nature and their 
ancestry, and lived in harmony with their surroundings; and 

WHEREAS, the Indian way of life changed drastically upon the arrival of white men; and 

WHEREAS, in the true spirit of their culture, the Indian people have survived dramatic 
change, while preserving their native heritage in the face of a modern world; and 

WHEREAS, the fourth Friday of Septemt)er commemorates the Indian New Year and 
coincides with the autumnal equinox; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the special 
contributions American Indians continue to make to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 27, 1985 as California American Indian Day. 



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 Septem- 
ber 1985. 




ATTEST: 



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Governor of California ^ 



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SEP J 9 10^5 

Secrjtirv of st«t» 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, personnel consultants are the primary vehicle for the placement of millions 
of individuals in gainful employment; and 

WHEREAS, personnel consultants contribute to the continued growth and strength of our 
economy; and 

WHEREAS, personnel consultants must master a common body of knowledge and 
demonstrate expertise in the private-placement industry, its laws, ethics and standards of 
performance; and 

WHEREAS, the National Association of Personnel Consultants is holding its 1985 Annual 
Conference from October 2-5, encompassing the theme, "Set Sail for Success"; 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians recognize and appreciate the important 
contributions personnel consultants make to our state's prosperous economy; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 30 through October 6, 1985 as Personnel Consultants 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 19th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT"««-j»^tL:i'JST„^*- 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH<f9Ne EU Secrjtary^of Sta^B 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






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WHEREAS, during the 16th century, many European explorers led expeditions to North 
America; and 

WHEREAS, among these was 3uan Rodriguez Cabrillo, a native of Portugal in the service 
of the Spanish monarch; and 

WHEREAS, 3uan Cabrillo served in Mexico and Guatemala before joining a sea voyage up 
the west coast of North America led by Pedro de Alvarado; and 

WHEREAS, following Alvarado's death, Cabrillo commanded the expedition north 
claiming for Spain numerous points in California, including San Diego Bay, Santa Catahna 
Island, Point Reyes and Monterey Bay; and 

WHEREAS, Cabrillo first sailed into San Diego Bay on September 28, 15f2 and is 
credited with the actual discovery of Alta California; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 28, 1985 as Cabrillo Day in recognition of the heroic exploits of 
3uan Rodriguez Cabrillo. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 19th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In l<w offie* of the Secretary of Stale 
of the Stale of Colifofnta 

SEP 2 3'iQ85 
MARCH JQMJ3 £U, Secretox^ State 




Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, approximately 700,000 Canadian visitors travel to and through the twelve 
regions of California each year; and 

WHEREAS, California's travel and tourism industry is proud to acknowledge the 
excellent relations that exist between California suppliers of travel services and Canadian 
travel agents, tour operators, airlines, and the travel media; and 

WHEREAS, as evidence that tourism not only promotes understanding and goodwill 
among people but often enhances international trade and investment, California exports to 
Canada exceed $750 million per year; and 

WHEREAS, residents of the two largest tourism-producing provinces in Canada have 
indicated that their number one destination preference in the United States is California; and 

WHEREAS, these same Canadian residents, in addition to being our good friends and 
neighbors, have become a major consumer of California's tourism product, contributing over 
$7'» million annucilly; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim Danuary 1986 as Maple Leaf Month and extend a special welcome to all 
Canadians visiting California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 20th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




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Governor of California 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ..ih.£ltJjP-s«. 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




SEP 2 4 1585 

MAR^rrONG EU, Seoirtify ^Stalt 
y Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 

WHEREAS, providing emergency medical services is an essential segment of California's 
public safety system; and 

WHEREAS, emergency medical services personnel, including countless volunteers, are 
responsible for saving thousands of lives in California each year; and 

WHEREAS, increased and improved services in emergency medical care and advance- 
ments in the development of emergency medical services systems in California have enhanced 
our ability to save these lives; and 

WHEREAS, emergency medical services personnel, which includes physicians, nurses, 
emergency room personnel, emergency medical technicians, firefighters, peace officers, 
lifeguards and other rescue workers, are highly trained specialists dedicated to preventing 
death and disability from emergency incidents; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness and knowledge of the emergency medical services system 
in California can help reduce the occurrence of death and disability from emergency causes; 
and 

WHEREAS, during the week of September 29, the California Emergency Medical Services 
Authority, in conjunction with local emergency medical services agencies and the California 
College of Emergency Physicians, is conducting a statewide public awareness campaign to 
coincide with the National Emergency Medical Services Awareness Week; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 29 through October 5, 1985 as Emergency Medical Services 
Awareness Week and encourage all Californians to increase their awareness of accident 
prevention methods and the state's emergency medical services system. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2kxh day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In the offie* of the S«r«fory of Staf» 
oi 1h» SDOf of California 

SEP 2 6 '-85 

MARCH).F0N6 EU, Secretary 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot CaHfornia 



WHEREAS, each year thousands of babies die without warning fronn the unexplained 
phenomenon known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; and 

WHEREAS, this sudden, silent killer is the number one cause of death for children under 
the age of two; and 

WHEREAS, the tragic loss of an infant to SIDS can leave parents feeling devastated and 
guilty; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness regarding the circumstances surrounding this 
tragic disease may encourage further research and better understanding of the causes of this 
killer; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, the National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome 
Foundation is observing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month 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 25th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



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of th* S«a1» of California 

SEP 2 6 1-:^: 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA "^^^^^^^^^L^ 

/ Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHFRFAS California oroducers and consumers alike enjoy the economic benefits of a 
subs. '"f cc^raU^eTu'nLlS^, encompassing an estimated 71.000 member iam.l.es ,n 
agricultural cooperatives alone; and 

WHEREAS, over 6.2 million member families and individuals participate in consumer 
cooperatives in areas ranging from food to housing; and 

WHEREAS, in recent vears an increasing number of Californians have joined child care 
co-ops to ensure loving and effective care of our young people; and 

WHEREAS, members of cooperatives demonstrate a commitment to their communities, 
consumer education, and the democratic process of decision-making; and 

WHEREAS, those who work to strengthen California co-ops are to be commended for 
their efforts to serve their fellow citizens; 

Mr»w THFREFORE I GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebyTodirm' o'c'ol^''l985 as Co-op Month in California in recognition of the continuing 
contributions of both producer and consumer cooperatives. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 







4446 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

fn th« office of the Secretory of Stot» 
of !♦» S<a1» of Colifornio 

SEP 2 Pr^pq 

MARCM1F0NG EU, Secn»t8fy of State 
cJ Deputy Q^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, founded in Octolser 1965, the Foster Grandparent Program is a successful 
venture which teams senior citizens and disadvantaged or disabled children, uniting them to 
their mutual advantage; and 

WHEREAS, California claims l,'^00 Foster Grandparents, the greatest number of any 
state in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, contributing one and one-half million hours each year in Califoiiia, these 
Foster Grandparents serve the developmentally disabled residents of the state hospitals 
managed by the state Department of Developmental Services, and children who are wards of 
the California Youth Authority; and 

WHEREAS, Foster Grandparents also serve outside institutional settings in special 
education classes, community agencies and homes; and 

WHEREAS, the Foster Grandparent Program is celebrating 20 years of understanding and 
friendship in California and throughout the nation during October 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Foster Grandparent Recognition Month 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 25th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In 1(m offic* of tha Sacre«ary of Stat* 
of th* Stat* of CalKornio 

SEP 2 6;-o^ 

MARCH) FONG EU, Sw^tary of State 
^ Deputy ^^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



and 



WHEREAS, as many as 700,000 Americans are hospitalized every year for head injuries; 



WHEREAS, an estimated 100,000 of these victims die, and approximately 50,000 victims 
suffer permanent brain damage that prevents them from returning to normal lifestyles; and 

WHEREAS, the effects of head injuries can be emotionally and financially devastating to 
the victims and their families; and 

WHEREAS, the head-injured have special needs that are best met with the most modern 
medical technology; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, the National Head Injury Foundation will 
observe Head Injury Awareness Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Head Injury Awareness Month 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 25th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In lh« oDIca of tfw S«cr««ory of Stat* 
of Mm Stat* of ColHornia 



SEP 2 61905 

MARCff FONG EU, Sttretsty of 



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D«P«ty 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, diabetes, a chronic metabolic disorder affecting the body's ability to 
manufacture or utilize insulin, often leads to heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, and is the 
leading cause of new cases of blindness; and 

WHEREAS, over 12 million Americans suffer from diabetes, the third leading cause of 
death by disease in America; and 

WHEREAS, because the cause and prevention of diabetes remain unknown, this tragic 
disease can only be treated, not cured; and 

WHEREAS, further awareness and research of diabetes are needed to find the solution to 
this puzzling illness; and 

WHEREAS, throughout the United States, October 1985 is being observed as National 
Diabetes Research Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Diabetes Awareness Month in California and encourage all 
citizens to increase their knowledge and awareness of diabetes. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




In th* o«c» of fh« Swrr^fy «* Sot* 



of th« S»o1» o» ColHofiwi 

SEP 2 P) 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State oi California 



MARWF0NGEU^Q™t«yi»'5fa«» Wj^ 



WHEREAS, many of the ambitions and dreams on which our great nation was built began 
as wishes of children; and 

WHEREAS, over 5,000 children in the United States die from a terminal illness each year, 
and are thereby denied the opportunity to make their fondest wish come true; and 

WHEREAS, a wish provides welcome respite during a time of heart-touching turmoil for 
families of terminally ill children; and 

WHEREAS, these families do not have the luxury of time and frequently are not 
financially able to provide for a child's fondest wish; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a non-profit 
organilt^n w^ose soif purpose is to grant wishes of terminaUy ill chUdren, wUl celebrate 
National Make-A-Wish Month; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as Make-A-Wish Month 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 25th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California " 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -*.•«.- co.«..nK. 

SEP 2 7',Q85 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA M«(»}tN6Eu,8«;^*stote 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



Agricultural Training Program; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California and participating host farmers, as well as Japanese 
agriculture have benefited from this program; and 

WHEREAS, this program strengthens the special relationship t>ased on international 
friendship and goodwill that our two peoples share; and 

WHEREAS, the Japanese Agricultural Training Program will be celebrating its 20th 
anniversary in T;kyo on October 26'with appropriate festivities and gatherings; and 

WHEREAS it is appropriate that Californians recognize and appreciate the many 
contributions this program has made to our state as well as to Japan; 

NOW THEREFORE I GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebyTocL"m OcS 26, 1985 as Japanese Agricultural Trainmg Program Day .n 

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 Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State oi California 



MARCH FONG EU. Secreiary of State 
[/Deputy / 



By 




WHEREAS, October 10, 1911 marked the t^eginning of CtMna's independence from the 
Ch'ing Dynasty; and 

WHEREAS, this momentous occasion is known as the Double Ten celebration and has 
become an inspirational event for Chinese people throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS this annual celebration is particularly meaningful to California l>ecause of 
our rich cSne^'hlritage and the many people of Chinese descent who hve m our state; and 

WHFHFAS on the occasion of the 7k\h anniversary of this special day, it is appropriate 
to renew our'^nternat'on^f^ndship and look forward to continued goodwill between our 

peoples; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 10, 1985 as Double Ten Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 30th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 

/<3*.».<^A» AVa «i.».i C »ii<»ji ' * i » * — ■ 
Governor of California (J 



ATTEST: 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED ., 

In th« oHIct o« the S«CTe»ary of Stat* r 
of lf»e Stat* of California 

CCTl -'i^'?-. 
MABCH FONG EU, Secretary of Stat^ 



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Deputy 



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WHEREAS, the numljer of stepparents continues to grow due to divorce or death and 
subsequent remarriages; and 

WHEREAS, the relationship between parents and their stepchildren is often strained or 
filled with resentment, causing special problems not faced by parents and their natural 
children; and 

WHEREAS, in addition, when stepparents express their affection, they run the risk of 
being rejected or ignored by their stepchildren; and 

WHEREAS, because of the added burdens and conflicts which stepparents must face, it is 
appropriate that a special day of recognition for stepparents be designated; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6, 1985 as Stepparents Day and encourage all stepchildren to take 
this opportunity to strengthen their special relationship with their stepparents. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 30th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



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FILED ^> 

In iht aUlM of ^^^t SacreMTy of Skrt^;: 
of lU Stol* of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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MABCH FONG EU Secrettty of Stat*w!K5i | 

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Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, mental illness affects thousands of Californians and causes personal, 
economic and social upheaval for the afflicted individuals, those close to them and society as a 
whole; and 

WHEREAS, mental illness is widely feared and misunderstood, yet it is increasingly 
treatable; and 

WHEREAS, recent major research developments have brought new methods and technol- 
ogy to the treatment of mental illness; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has proclaimed October 6-12, 19S5 as Mental Illness 
Awareness Week; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness regarding the problem of mental illness will 
encourage the development of further research of treatment and recovery methods; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-12, 1985 as Mental lUness Awareness 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 30th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



SflMAoi/\ 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

hi 1<M one* of «ti« Secretary of Stat* 
of ItM Staf of California 

GCTl -f'S5 
:CH FDNG EU, Secretmy of StatB | 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the United States has long been a leader in the development of high 
technology, with many of the major industries located in California; and 

WHEREAS, advancements in the high tech industry have transformed the operations and 
management of all aspects of our society, from schools to hospitals to manuf acturmg; and 

WHEREAS, because high tech industries, such as telecommunications and microelectron- 
ics, are so vital, it is important that attention be focused on their contributions to our 
economic success; and 

WHEREAS, with increased awareness of the benefits and contributions of the high tech 
industry, we can achieve a broader understanding of the technical innovations which have 
changed our way of life; and 

WHEREAS, Congress has designated October 1985 as National High Tech Month to 
promote high technology in the United States; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1985 as High Tech Month in California. 






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WHEREAS, the freedom and indeoendence of self government are cherished throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, on October 5, 1960, Nigeria received her independence following 99 years of 
British rule; and 

WHEREAS, Nigeria is one of Africa's richest and most populous nations; and 

WHEREAS, Nigeria's independence is highly praised and treasured by Nigerians around 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, the Nigerian community in California will be celebrating the 25th anniver- 
sary of Nigerian Independence Dav with appropriate ceremonies and festive gatherings; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5, 1985 as Nigerian Independence 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 30th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 






Secretary of State 















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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



OCTl - 
MARCH FONG EU. Secretary of Stat^ 



Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, use of the metric system of measurement in America was first authorized by 
Congress in 1866; and 

WHEREAS, the increased use of metrics was promoted with the passage of the Metric 
Conversion Act of 1975; and 

WHEREAS, as communication and trade with nations using the metric system have 
increased, the need for greater familiarity with this system of measurement has grown for all 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Metric Association and the National Council of Teachers 
of Mathematics will observe the 10th anniversary of the passage of the Metric Conversion Act 
during the week of October 6, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-13, 1985 as Metric 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 30th day of Septem- 
ber 1985. 



Governor of California 




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ATTEST 



Secretarv of State 






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4457 









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FILED 

In t<w office of tha Secretory of State 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «" *• ^^ -* <:""'°-'<' 

OCT 2 -l^C 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA MARCH.^. EU, Sejr^ ot^ate 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, art can improve one's sense of self-worth by providing a feeling of 
accomplishment; and 

WHEREAS, disabled persons demonstrate great potential for creative and artistic 
achievement; and 

WHEREAS, art offers an opportunity for disabled persons to express themselves 
creatively; and 

WHEREAS, art centers for people with disabilities are being established throughout 
California, allowing the public the opportunity to appreciate the artistic creations of this 
special segment of the population; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians recognize the fine artistic contributions 
disabled persons make to our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 7-13, 1985 as Disabled Artists 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 2nd day of October 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 





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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In th* offica o» ih* S«r»tary of Slot* 
of Dm Stat* of CalHornia 



Ct. 



MARCH .I^ONG EU, 




Deputy 



WHEREAS, mentally handicapped children and adults have special needs that are 
partially met through athletic activity; and 

WHEREAS, the California Special Olympics provide a year-round program of sports 
training and competition for mentally handicapped children and adults; and 

WHEREAS, this program gives these special people the opportunity to develop physical 
fitness and social skills, while' experiencing joy and friendship with their families, other 
participants and the community; and 

WHEREAS, there are more than 30,000 Special Olympians and 28,000 volunteers in this 
state whose courageous endeavors and fine accomplishments serve as an example to all 
Californians; and 

WHEREAS, on this first day of the new year, it is appropriate that Californians 
recognize the fine accomplishments of the special athletes, volunteers and doners who 
contribute their time, talent and resources to ensure the success of this worthy program; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 1, 1986 as Special Olympians 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 2nd day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California 




Secretary of State 



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4459 




FILED 

In th* 0«e» of th« S^rrtory of Sto1«i 
of itM Sta1» of ColHornio i 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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OCT 3 
MARCH fQNG m. 



T.pr 



Secretw of Stat»| 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot CaHfornia 



WHEREAS, public school adult education programs are an essential component of 
California's educational system; and 

WHEREAS, public school adult education programs offer all Californians a wide range of 
opportunities to become better informed citizens through personal growth and development; 
and 

WHEREAS, public school adult education responds to the needs of special students such 
as the functionally illiterate, the displaced worker, the high school drop-out, the handicapped 
and the older adult; and 

WHEREAS, public school adult education programs in California are supported by 
dedicated full and part-time professional staff; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 13, local, state and national organizations will 
sponsor activities designed to increase public awareness of the benefits of adult education; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 13-19, 1985 as Adult Education Week in CaUfornia. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2nd day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: . 



Secretary of State 









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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

to Ih* effic* o( l4i« SKrttar/ ef 
o( ttw Sfa1» o» California 



OCT 3 ->j85 
IIAR5M_EM« EU, Secret of Stat 

Deputy 



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and 



WHEREAS, each and every day of the year the threat of destructive fire is all around us; 



WHEREAS, each year fire kills over 500 Californians, and injures and scars thousands 
more; and 

WHEREAS, over four hundred million dollars in property and natural resources are lost to 
fire each year; and 

WHEREAS, most of these fires are the result of careless or unknowing behavior, and are, 
therefore, preventable; and 

WHEREAS, the week of October 6, 1985 is dedicated to reinforcing the need for constant 
vigilance against the ever present threat of fire; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby pTociaimOctobe 6-12, 1985 as California Fire Prevention Week and urge all 
cJlifornrans to protect the safety of themselves and their families by developing and 
praSra h^me^ffre escape plan, and by making fire prevention a regular part of their daily 
lives. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2nd day of October 
1985. 



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FILED 

Id ttM oMet of Ih* S«J«»ory o» S»ort« 
o( Km StoM of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



OCT 3 



OQr 



MARCill^ EU, Secret of State 
By. 2^1 f ^O^^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by Ihe Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the role of humanities is to expand public understanding of our state and its 
place in history and society; and 

WHEREAS, the California Council of the Humanities is an independent, non-partisan and 
non-political organization of California citizens whose purpose is to examine and interpret the 
human enterprise, its language, its past and its present society; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 13-19, the Council is observing its tenth 
anniversary; and 

WHEREAS, in celebration of the Council's decade of achievement in the humanities, it is 
appropriate to recognize that the lives of thousands of Californians have been changed through 
a better understanding of their state and its place in history and society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 13-19, 1985 as California Humanities Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2nd day of October 
1985. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



GCT3 -1985 
MARCH FONS EU, SecretBiy «f StatB |! 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, at an early age the Italian born Ct^ristopher Columbus ^^^^^j'^^^'^''^^ '^ 
sailing and settled in Lisbon, Portugal, the center of maritime trade and exploration, and 

WHEREAS, Columbus believed that the rich and profitable Indies, or East Asia, could be 
reached by sailing west from the Azores; and 

WHEREAS, on his first major voyage in 1^92, the longest ever recorded across the open 
sea at that time, Columbus discovered the Caribbean islands of San Salvador, Cuba, and 
Hispaniola, first landing on October 12, l'f92; and 

WHEREAS, on subsequent voyages, Columbus further explored these islands, leading the 
way for settlement and development of the New World; and 

WHEREAS, every year, on the anniversary of Columbus' first landing in the New World, 
the It!["n coni^unlty in'cal'ifornia celebrates his life and contributions to world history; 

NOW THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 12, 1985 as Columbus 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 3rd day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



iflMAolA 



Secretary of State 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In tn# q W o of tiM Svcrvtory o« 9tottt i 
of Km Stat* of ColHornki 



OCT 4 -"vS5 



By^ 



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MARCHRMG EU, Secreta^S 



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Deputy 



WHEREAS, the holocaust of World War II created a widespread consensus among 
Americans that a world organization would be necessary to keep the peace; and 

WHEREAS, our great nation was host to the 19't5 San Francisco Conference, from which 
emerged the charter of the world body, known as the United Nations: and 

WHEREAS, for the past W years, the United Nations has had the difficult job of working 
to maintain global peace, and continues the weighty task of averting a major international 
catastrophe; and 

WHEREAS, the United States has played a major role in the United Nations from the 
time of its inception; and 

WHEREAS, on the occasion of the Wxh anniversary of the creation of the United Nations, 
it is appropriate for Californians to recognize the many significant contributions this fine 
organization has made toward international peace and harmony; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 2ii, 1985 as United Nations Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this '♦th day of October 
1985. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 









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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Ih* o«Ri» of ^ SecT^fy of Stot« 
of rtw S«at» of Colifornlo 

OCT 4 -'f-.S": 
MARCtUOBG EU. Secretaiy of State 

Deputy ^ 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, of the many legendary figures that played an important role in the opening of 
the American West, the Basque sheepherder is the least recognized by history; and 

WHEREAS, this extraordinary emigrant to the lonely and rugged beauty of the American 
mountain West continually demonstrated the characteristics of faith and hard work that were 
common to all people who left a native shore for the opportunity of America; and 

WHEREAS, the freedom to live as one chooses, to endure the challenge of the unknown, 
to persevere in the wilderness with truth in the heart an iventure in the sole, personify the 
goals of the Basque sheepherder and embody the spirit that .._ c this nation great; and 

WHEREAS, a national commission has been formed to facilitate the development of a 
monument to the Basque sheepherder which will speak with eloquence to generations who want 
to know why people came to America and how extraordinary our country has become as a 
result of their pilgrimage; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby com'mend the Basque sheepherder for his vital role in the development of the West and 
urge Californians to join with all of our countrymen in celebrating the heritage of the Basque 
sheepherder, for in doing so we celebrate the true heritage of America itself. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ^tth day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED ^ 

In tlw effic* df ttw SKratary of State ^^ 
«f Mm Stat* of California 

OCT 4 -^8^^ 



MARCH iONG EU, Secrrtanr of State ^^^ 



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Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 












WHEREAS, poetry has long been a respected and loved form of literature, providing a 
freedom of expression unmatched by other literary forms; and 

WHEREAS, whether the verse is a melodious sonnet, frolicsome rhyme or joyous psalm, 
the poem can touch our emotions and uplift our spirits; and 

WHEREAS, throughout our history, the United States has been blessed to produce 
countless poets whose works have become famous worldwide; and 

WHEREAS, California's reputation as a creative and inventive state is underscored by 
the many poets who reside within her borders and contribute to our renowned artist 
community; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that these inspirational and expressive individuals be 
recognized for their contributions to our culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 13, 1985 as Poetry Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this ^fth day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




,<J«.» <CA- /O^Sk»a>C»<mw»»C» < ■« « 



Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 






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FIUED 

In th* offica of tti* Secrefory of Sicil* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -♦ -^ *- - ^"«-"^« 

OCT 9 - 1985 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA march fomg eu, s«™j»yotstate 

' Deputy ^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



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WHEREAS, hunger and chronic malnutrition remain daily facts of life for hundreds of 
millions of people throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, the children of the world suffer the most serious effects of hunger and 
malnutrition: and 

WHEREAS, the United States, as the world's largest producer and trader of food, plays a 
key role in efforts to assist countries ability to feed themselves; and 

WHEREAS, the United States has a long tradition of demonstrating its humanitarian 
concern for helping the hungry and malnourished; and 

WHEREAS, the member nations of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United 
Nations have been joined by the President and Congress in designating October 16 as World Food 
Day to alert the public of the increasingly dangerous world food situation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 16, 1985 as World Food 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 9th day of October 
1985. 



/ < J*-*-*CA^ XV *«c».i C «ww»jb**«fc'» 



Governor of California 




Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In th* office «f the Secretary of Stof» 
of ttM Mot* «f Callfsrt)lg 

OCT 9 - 1^.85 



D*pvtr 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout history, American craftsmen have been known for ttie quality of 
ttieir work; and 

WHEREAS, a commitment to quality is still characteristic of American made products; and 

WHEREAS, since it's inception in 19't6, the American Society for Quality Control has 
been instrumental in promoting the application of quality; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has proclaimed October as Quality Month in the United States; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1^^-20, 1985 as Quality 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 9th day of October 
1985. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

In *• o*ee of the 5ecr»tary of Stot* 
of itM SMrt* a( Califsrnia 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the forest products industry plays an enduring and vital role in the economic 
life of our state, from the nurturing and harvesting of trees to the manufacturing of wood and 
paper products; and 

WHEREAS, wood is a renewable resource which will never be depleted so long as 
foresters and natural resource professionals continue to effectively manage our forests; and 

WHEREAS, the demand for wood products is projected to grow throughout this century 
and into the next; and 

WHEREAS, the forest products industry employs numerous Californians in both the 
forest and the factory as it works to meet this growing demand; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Forest Products Week in California in recognition of 
the important role that forest products play in the daily lives of all Californians and in 
California's economic life as well. 



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 
1985. 




<c^6. X 3 piioc>c* " *ui »c « * ■« ■ 



Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the forest products industry plays an enduring and vital role in the economic 
life of our state, from the nurturing and harvesting of trees to the manufacturing of wood and 
paper products; and 

WHEREAS, wood is a renewable resource which will never be depleted so long as 
foresters and natural resource professionals continue to effectively manage our forests; and 

WHEREAS, the demand for wood products is projected to grow throughout this century 
and into the next; and 

WHEREAS, the forest products industry employs numerous Californians in both the 
forest and the factory as it works to meet this growing demand; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Forest Products Week in California in recognition of 
the important role that forest products play in the daily lives of all Californians and in 
California's economic life as well. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 9th day of October 
1985. 



TTEST: 




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FICED 

In th» olBe* of th« Secrttory of Stot« 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -» i*. *«. »» ccHomta 

OCT 1 ; ns5 

MARCH fam EU, S^cratMy or State 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with many exciting and successful professional sports 
teams; and 

WHEREAS, the arrival of the Sacramento Kings Basketball Team is a highlight for major 
league professional sports in the capital city; and 

WHEREAS, the Sacramento Kings will enhance the state's sports community and 
contribute significantly to the state and local economy; and 

WHEREAS, as residents of Sacramento, we are pleased to enthusiastically welcome the 
Kings and express warm appreciation for their presence; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby join the appreciative Sacramento basketball fans in extending best wishes to the 
Sacramento Kings for success in their new home. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to t>e affixed this 10th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



retory of Stat* 
of ni» Stat* of Californio 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, dental assistants play an important part in maintaining the dental health of 
the citizens of California; and 

WHEREAS, dental assistants are dedicated to educating the public regarding the 
necessity of good dental health habits; and 

WHEREAS, since its inception 61 years ago, the American Dental Assistants Association 
has encouraged the continuing education of dental assistants in order to enhance the delivery 
of dental healthcare to the public; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 20-26, the American Dental Assistants Associa- 
tion and the Northern California Dental Assistants Association will observe Dental Assistants 
Recognition Week; and 

WHEREAS, it enhances the public's awareness of good dental health to recognize and 
appreciate the dedicated efforts and valuable services provided by dental assistants; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Dental Assistants Recognition 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 10th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 






Secretary of State ' 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT„^J:ILE„P^3^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



tt th« Stat* of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the white cane, which every blind person has a right to carry, demonstrates 
and symbolizes an ability to achieve a full, independent life; and 

WHEREAS, the white cane allows visually handicapped persons and other physically 
disabled persons to move freely and safely from place to place and makes it possible for the 
sightless to participate fully in the social and economic life of the state; and 

WHEREAS, Californians need to be aware of the presence of disabled persons in the 
community and to keep safe and functional for the disabled the streets, highways and 
sidewalks; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions visually handicapped persons and other physically disabled persons make to our 
society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 15, 1985 as White Cane Safety Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this iOth day of October 
1985. 




/ J*.» *<^ /jjmiukJt^^ M UkMk 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Uj^wM 



Secretary of State 



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4472 




FILED 

In Ht» office of the Secretary of Stat* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «" *• ^ »♦ ^»'^-^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA march' 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



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WHEREAS, Greece has a proud and noble tiistory, both ancient and modem; and 

WHEREAS, a major element of that history is a desire for freedom— the freedom of self 
government; and 

WHEREAS, this cherished dream was once again realized on Octoh>er 28, 19^*0 when 
Prime Minister Metaxas rejected the demands of the invading Italian army; and 

WHEREAS, to the joyous Greek people, this denunciation htecame a beacon of hope and 
determination, a symbol of victory; and 

WHEREAS, Greeks throughout the world celebrate October 28 as a day of freedom and 
independence; and 

WHEREAS, on October 28, 1985, the Greek community in California will observe the 
't5th anniversary of Greek National Day; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 28, 1985 as Greek National Day in California in recognition of 
California's prospering Greek community and the numerous contributions it has made to our 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 11th day of October 
1985. 




^J^-^-^JC/C-m Xy**iCC« liHirai** <l *■ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



iDiOAOJA 



Secretary of State 




4473 




I j«5 






FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ''"''fZlJ:rs.f.'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



OCr 1 1 :q35 

MARCI^Ng EU, S^cr^ Qj^SUta 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






WHEREAS, in recent years, the growth of women owned businesses has increased at a 
tremendous rate, with 300 American women going into business for themselves every day; and 

WHEREAS, women entrepreneurs and other business and professional women contribute 
significantly to the nation's economy, through their ingenuity, creativity and perseverance; and 

WHEREAS, California's business and professional women have provided a fine example to 
others throughout the nation and have enhanced California's reputation as a leader in the world 
of business; and 

WHEREAS, the California Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs 
actively supports California's growing community of business and professional women, provid- 
ing opportunities for growth and personal development; and 

WHEREAS, annually the California Federation of Business and Professional Women's 
Clubs joins the National Federation in observing Nationeil Business Women's Week in October; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Business Women's 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 11th day of October 
1985. 




^Oc* <Cfc~ ^JOU*j i *. »%^ J Lt ' * '« ' 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



(to4i 



Secretary of State 




4474 




rppn 






A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Lupus Erythematosus is a disorder of the immune system that afflicts nearly 
1,000,000 Americans; and 

WHEREAS, this disease occurs most frequently in women of childbearing age but can 
also afflict young children and older adults; and 

WHEREAS, despite extensive research, a cause and cure for this disease has not l)een 
found; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan has designated October 20-26 as National Lupus Awareness 
Week; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness regarding the circumstances surrounding this 
tragic disease may encourage further research and better understanding of the causes of Lupus 
Erythematosus; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME31AN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Lupus Awareness 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 11th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



fflMAOJA 



Secretary of State 




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4475 










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FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT """•^^ITJlXn™ ^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
bv the Governor of the State ot California 



GGT 1 '^ v::^-. 
MARCrt^G -Ea-SecrrtU^ of SUta 

/^ Deputy 



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and 



WHEREAS, quality education is fundamental to progress and opportunity; and 
WHEREAS, higher education is a vital component of our state's fine educational system; 



WHEREAS, the men and women who comprise the faculty of higher education have the 
weighty task of teaching the students of today to be the leaders of tomorrow; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of Octotjer 19-26, the Council for Advancement and Support 
of Education is celebrating National Higher Education Week, and will focus attention on the 
contributions of faculty to higher education; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize the many significant 
contributions faculty members make for the benefit of all society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 19-26, 1985 as Higher Education 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 15th day of October 
1985. 







4476 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In <iw offic* of rtw Secretory o* Stcrt* 
of IIm Stal* oi California 



MARCITTONG EU, Secre^^ State 



Deputy 




WHEREAS, the landing at Leyte Island on October 20 was a significant event in the 
Allied offensive in the Pacific Theater during 19'f't; and 

WHEREAS, this landing on the Philippines fulfilled MacArthur's famous promise made in 
19'f 1 when forced to flee the invading Japanese army; and 

WHEREAS, the subsequent Battle of Leyte Gulf was the largest naval engagement in 
history and set the stage for the liberation of the Philippines; and 

WHEREAS, the Filipino communities in California are taking the opportunity of the ^flst 
anniversary of the Leyte landing to pay tribute to the veterans of the United States armed 
forces who participated in the landing; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20, 1985 as Leyte Landing 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 15th day of October 
1985. 




4477 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARClQfONG EU, SecBftfy Stata , f^^ 



Deputy 














A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout California's history as a state, agriculture has been one of its 
major industries; and 

WHEREAS, many advancements in the growing, harvesting and preservation of food 
products have tatcen place in California; and 

WHEREAS, these improved procedures and methods have assisted in revolutionizing 
agriculture and the food products industry into the modern business it is today; and 

WHEREAS, California is proud of its ranking as the 8th largest producer of food and 
agricultural products in the world; and 

WHEREAS, due to this illustrious position and its proximity to the prospering Pacific 
Rim, California is an appropriate site for the Third United States International Food Show, to 
be held December f^-d, 1985 in Los Angeles; and 

WHEREAS, this exhibition will provide an excellent opportunity for California to display 
her wealth of agricultural and food products that contribute so much to the economy of the 
state and nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby extend best wishes to the participants in the Third United States International Food 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
Ccilifornia to be affixed this 15th day of October 
1985. 




A^ 



•^CA* ^jOt)k,»^Kn I <.■*! < » 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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4478 



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I 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FICED 

In Kw •«e» of *• Secretory of State 
of tiM Slot* of California 

OCT 1 r K'B5 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^SS^ 

y Deputy /y 



2? < 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the first Navy Wives Club of America was authorized by the Secretary of the 
Navy and chartered 50 years ago in the great State of California; and 

WHEREAS, the purpose of the Club is to support the wives of all active and retired 
members of the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the U. S. Coast Guard; and 

WHEREAS, the Club provides a means for Navy wives to contribute to the local 
community while providing mutual fellowship and support to each other during periods of long 
family separation; and 

WHEREAS, during this special anniversary year, it is appropriate to recognize the fine 
contributions this organization makes to society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-26, 1985 as Navy Wives Clubs of America 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 15th day of October 
1985. 



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4479 







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fil:ed _ 

In <<w offic* of th« Secretary of Stata nilER '• 

EXECUTIVE DER^RTMENT <-«-»«. -^ coi«orn» g; 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA MAiwtr^ eu se^ta,, d sbta ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 






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and 



WHEREAS, over 80 percent of college students reportedly consume alcoholic Ijeverages; 



t3 I 



WHEREAS, alcohol abuse poses a serious threat to the college student population through 
acts of vandalism and property damage, automobile and other types of accidents, lessening of 
academic performance, estrangement of social relations, creation of mental and physical 
problems, and, in son.'e cases, bodily injury, illness, and death; and 

WHEREAS, alcohol use and misuse on our nation's college campuses is a serious issue 
that needs to be addressed in order to encourage college students to take control of the 
choices they make about drinking; and 

WHEREAS, the Inter-Association Task Force has been formed to examine the problem of 
alcohol abuse on college campuses; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 21-27, the Task Force is observing National 
Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week in order to increase the level of alcohol awareness among 
citizens, especially college students; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 21-27, 1985 as Collegiate Alcohol Awareness 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 15th day of October 
1985. 

/<**'<C<» /<jtfil*A.'C*.MwM<»a »' • 

Governor of California 




ATTEST: 




Secretary of State ' 



4480 







^ " " K.^Ttf^/'* ■ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

'n fh« offic* of the Secretary of Stale 
of the State of California 

MA^CR f6n(5 EU, SecCeJaS cf^Stits 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 






I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, find that conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the County of Ventura, State 
of California, beginning on October l^f, 1985, as a result of major fires. Because the 
magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel, and facilities of 
the County, and because of the existing conditions and continuing fires, I therefore proclaim a 
State of Emergency to exist in the County of Ventura, and implement the California 
Peacetime Emergency Plan; 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation. 



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 October 
1985. 




4481 




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1 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

'n th* offie* of th* S«cretary d Statt 
of 4<M Stat* of California 

OCTl 7'-S^ 

MARCJK^Na EU, Secret*^ cf iUt» . 
y Deputy 



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WHEREAS, Ccilifornia has in the recent past suffered severe winters which have resulted 
in deaths, injuries, and extensive property damage; and 

WHEREAS, a severe winter ttiis year could adversely affect the entire state, particularly 
those forested watershed areas which suffered recent fire damage; and 

WHEREAS, emergency preparedness is an important function of government to which 
many public servants dedicate their conscientious efforts; and 

WHEREAS, under the coordination of the State Office of Emergency Services and the 
California Department of Water Resources, a number of local, state, federal and volunteer 
agencies are observing Storm Preparedness/Flood Awareness Week to educate the public on 
this important issue; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 10-16, 1985 as Storm Preparedness/Flood Awareness Week in 
California and urge all Californians to take reasonable precautions during winter to protect 
themselves from loss of life and property, and reduce the effects of winter on our energy 
resources and economy. 



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 October 
1985. 



Governor of California 




4482 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

!n th« offic* of the Secretary of Stcrt* 
of ttM Stats of Colifornio 



1 7', 



OQr: 



march: FONG EU, Secr( 



'^<j,'}Ud.. 



J Deputy 




WHEREAS, America is a land which cherishes freedom and acknowledges struggles for 
freedom throughout history; and 

WHEREAS, one of the dramatic fights for freedom occurred in Hungary on Octoljer 23, 
1956 when citizens revolted against the Communist regime; and 

WHEREAS, the revolutionaries were successful in expelling Soviet troops and forming a 
coalition government consisting of representatives from various political parties; and 

WHEREAS, although shortlived, this spontaneous revolt and succeeding freedom are 
recognized by Hungarian Freedom Fighters throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, October 23, 1985 marks the 29th anniversary of this historic and courageous 
fight for freedom; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 23, 1985 as Hungarian Freedom Fighters Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to h>e affixed this 17th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




A^*-"-^5*- /j6ujJLs.^tkjkMt^ 



Governor of California 



iflmcJh 



Secretary of State 




4483 




i'^ 



In fh« oflic* of »h« Sacretory of St<rt» 
of Mm Stat* of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT :^ i 7-^^ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^ //l'^^/'^2^^ J 

(,■ Deputy // , 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the growth and development of children is greatly enhanced by the support 
and guidance of loving parents; and 

WHEREAS, for many young p>eople, a loving environment and needed encouragement are 
provided by adoptive parents; and 

WHEREAS, although public perception of adoption focuses upon healthy, white infants, a 
critical need exists for adoptive homes to receive the special needs children who require 
greater care and attention; and 

WHEREAS, public and private adoption agencies, socieil workers, and others interested in 
the welfare of children are working cooperatively to bring together understanding parents and 
adoptive children with speciaJ needs; and 

WHEREAS, as we work to strengthen the family, these concerned and loving adoptive 
parents deserve special recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 2'»-30, 1985 as California Adoption Week. 



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 October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 




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4484 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th* oMca of itw Sacrctory of Stol* 
of 1h» S«a4« at California 

GCTl 7 '.98-:. 

MARCI(}W6 EU, Se^rtny «f State ^^ 
(7 Deputy ^ II 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, continued economic development in California is contingent upon a reliable 
and diverse energy supply; and 

WHEREAS, to maintain our diversity in energy sources, greater development of our 
renewable energy as well as conservation must be encouraged; and 

WHEREAS, California's renewable energy industry, representing 60% of the industry 
worldwide, contributes substantially to the employment and economy of the state; and 

WHEREAS, conservation plays an integral role in preventing future supply disruptions, as 
well as ensuring the economic stability of our public and private sectors; and 

WHEREAS, California is strongly committed to the research and development of cill 
energy-related technologies, including conventional energy forms as well as renewable energy 
technologies; and 

WHEREAS, the increased public awareness of Ccilif ornia's energy supply and development 
is vital to the attainment of our goals; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 23, 1985 as California Energy Awareness Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
Ccilifornia to be affixed this 17th day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California " 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 






4485 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT .OCT i 81985 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^^^gW , ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, continued economic development in California is contingent upon a reliable 
and diverse energy supply; and 

WHEREAS, to maintain our diversity in energy sources, greater development of our 
renewable energy as well as conservation must be encouraged; and 

WHEREAS, California's renewable energy industry, representing 60% of the industry 
worldwide, contributes substantially to the employment and economy of the state; and 

WHEREAS, conservation plays an integral role in preventing future supply disruptions, as 
well as ensuring the economic stability of our public and private sectors; and 

WHEREAS, California is strongly committed to the research and development of all 
energy-related technologies, including conventional energy forms as well as renewable energy 
technologies; and 

WHEREAS, the increased public awareness of California's energy supply and development 
is vital to the attainment of our goals; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 20-27, 1985 as California Energy Awareness Week. 



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 October 
1985. 




/ J».*'A.rjt~ XjOt<»»jt.h. m M Jk»' » — ■ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 






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4486 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•f *• SM* of CtMtmlB 




WHEREAS, in recent years, radio talk shows with telephone participation for listeners 
have greatly increased in popularity; and 

WHEREAS, these broadcasts serve the public interest by informing listeners on an 
extensive variety of news, information, and opinion; and 

WHEREAS, for 25 years, KABC has been in the forefront of creative programming and 
innovative broadcasting by radio; and 

WHEREAS, "Celebration 25" marks a quarter century of the talkradio format for KABC 
and provides an excellent opportunity to recognize this distinguished station for its dedication 
to public service and information; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 29, 1985 as KABC Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of October 
1985. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



4487 



W?;* !i.*3|f«;« ^.'4 












EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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3i( «rt3C*:K ^aRJ^ k'rffc*^ M'oJfcs^ I 



FILED 

In ttit office of the Secretary of Stott 
of vtv* Sfttte of Colffornto 

OCT 2 2 1085 
MARCH ^NO EU, Skt^ rf-State/ 

^/ Deputy / 










A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, on November 7, 1917, the Communist Party of Bolshevik Internationalists 
seized control of ttie Russian nation and its people; and 

WHEREAS, ttiese forces of international communism destroyed Russian religion, culture 
and mucti of their spiritual heritage; and 

WHEREAS, an estimated 60 million Soviet citizens lost their lives in this struggle for 
freedom and basic human rights; and 

WHEREAS, during the past 68 years, the Soviet government has continuously perpetrated 
crimes that are an affront to humanity; and 

WHEREAS, the Congress of Russian Americans, has designated November 7 as a Day of 
Sorrow and Irreconcilability in honor of those who perished and those who contmue to suffer at 
the hands of oppressive communist governments; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the efforts of 
those who had the courage to defend their freedom; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 7, 1985 as a Day of Sorrow and Irreconcilability. 



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 October 
1985. 



Governor of California 








Secretary of State 






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4488 




FILED 

fttp al >he J«cretary ol 
•f ih» »«*«> at Cailftrnta 



OCT 2 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ^^^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^^^k^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, correctional peace officers provide a great service to the State of California 
by controlling dangerous felons in our state prisons; and 

WHEREAS, these brave men and women continually risk their lives in order to make our 
communities safe and secure for all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, since 1900, 29 correctional officers have been tragically slain at the hands of 
prisoners; and 

WHEREAS these courageous officers killed in the line of duty and the many heroic men 
and w!mencl^ently guarding our prison population are deserving of our deep appreciation and 
widespread respect; and 

WMFRFAS on October 29, 1985 a memorial to all correctional officers killed while 
servinlSmia will Stc[icat;d at the Correctional Peace Officers Training Academy; 

MOW THFREFORE 1 GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
NOW, THEREFORE, 1, utuK Officer's Memorial Day in California 

rrec^o^mlrof^'tt'e'nfble^tndi: face constant life-threatening risk in order to 

make our own lives safer. 



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 October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



ll]flMAOJA JywaL, 

^o^rotarv nf State ' 



Secretary of State 






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4489 












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FILED, ^ 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"^•"iSt^'J'S- ^'• 

OCT 2 2 '.-85 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH K)NO EU, SKTjWy 0» Stat* 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, epilepsy is a chronic medical condition produced by sudden changes in the 
electrical function of ttie brain; and 

WHEREAS, more than two million Americans, including approximately 200,000 Califor- 
nians suffer from epilepsy; and 

WHEREAS, nearly 100,000 new cases of epilepsy develop each year in this country, 
primarily among young people; and 

WHEREAS, despite the fact that 80 percent of those afflicted receive appropriate 
treatment to control seizures, epilepsy continues to be shrouded in myth and superstition, 
thereby depriving those with epilepsy of the opportunity to achieve a full and productive life; 
and 

WHEREAS, during November, the California Epilepsy Society, in conjunction with the 
Epilepsy Foundation of America, is observing Epilepsy Month in order to increase public 
awareness regarding the myths and facts of epilepsy; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as Epilepsy Month in California and urge all Califormans to 
join with the California Epilepsy Society in its efforts to educate the public so that people 
with epilepsy can take their rightful place in the mainstream of American society. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of October 
1985. 




/Jt.'f^e^ y<j|6UA>B*<«<wa» * a ' <i ■ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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4490 






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>,-< r^fya-" '.Eara--' "^iaa-:; jijis-:; J-a*^-; fiiC" fSlii'^ fiSIB v p^? r^iSiS ! 
|2 sjffly ?jmt3 fjmb rjmc USS^ %ffii^ ^SiSk >i9& iSBi «l» • 



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FILED .as. 

In Ih* oAca of ih* i«cr<tory of State IHU 
sf fh» SNri* a( CalKernta ^fXy^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



OCT 2 3 1985 

Swratary «(. Stati 

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MARCJUOMG EU, S« 




PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I GEORGE DEUKMEaiAN, Governor of the State of California, find that conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of California as a 
result of finding the aquatic weed known as hydrilla near the Sacramento River in Shasta 
County on September 13, 1985. 

Hydrilla has been declared a "noxious weed" by the United States Department of 
Agriculture because, among other things, it spoils water quality, destroys wildlife habitat, 
clogs and damages waterways, and threatens water supply to persons and communities which 
draw from bodies of water infested by hydrilla. 

Because the growth pattern of this weed is so prolific, the eradication measures required 
exceed the capabilities of the services, personnel, equipment, and facilities of said County and 
having now been requested by the Board of Supervisors of said County, I therefore proclaim 
the existence of a state of emergency in the County of Shasta and direct the State 
Department of Food and Agriculture to expeditiously take the appropriate steps to eradicate 
this hydrilla problem. 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the 
Office of the Secretary of State 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 this 23rd day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



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ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 









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4491 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^^^^^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS. Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder which progressively impaires 
an individual's memory and intellectual function; and 

WHEREAS, more than 2 million Americans, including 350,000 Californians are afflicted 
with Alzheimer's disease; and 

WHEREAS, Alzheimer's disease is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, 
claiming well over 120,000 lives each year; and 

WHEREAS, family members experience tremendous emotional distress and severe 
financTaUoss while caring for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness of the devastating effects of Alzheimer's disease 
can lead to a better understanding of this tragic disorder; 

NOW THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby pr^dlimN^enTli'r 1985 as Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month in California. 



WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 23rd day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State / 












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4492 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la 1«M 0«e» of *• Ucnkny of »<>♦•>;;; 
of *• Sw* of ColHofnio 

OCT 2 Z- 1"S5 
MARCHTONG EU, Secrrtsfy of Stati 

'^ ^Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, REACT International is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing 
public safety and emergency communications; and 

WHEREAS, using their own resources and time, REACT members cilert medical and 
emergency officials of accidents or disasters in the community; and 

WHEREAS, the efficient efforts of these concerned citizens save countless lives annually 
through their skilled communication and the swift response of appropriate emergency 
personnel; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians benefit from the dedicated endeavors of REACT and deeply 
appreciate its contributions to our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as REACT Month 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 2'fth day of October 
1985. 




4493 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH FONG EU Secretaiy of SI 
Deputy 



5 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the United States Marine Corps traces its origin to November 10, 1775 when 
the Continental Congress approved the formation of two Marine battalions; and 

WHEREAS, these first "leathernecks", accurate riflemen trained to pick off enemy 
sailors during open sea confrontations, were noteworthy predecessors to today's brave, highly 
skilled Marines; and 

WHEREAS, throughout its history, the United States Marine Corps has courageously 
served the United States, at home and abroad, with a fierce determination to protect and 
defend the lofty principles and freedoms of the Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, paramount among the many accomplishments of the Corps is the develop- 
ment of amphibious landing techniques and tactical air-support forces so effective in the 
Pacific Theater during World War 11: and 

WHEREAS, the United States Marine Corps will be observing its 210th anniversary during 
the weekend of November 8, 1985; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 8-10, 1985 as United States Marine Corps Days in recognition of the 
noble Corps members who have contributed so much to the safety and peace of America. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of October 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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4494 




FILED 

In tM oAos or nM S^critory or Slotv 
of tfc* Stata of Collfornki 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



OCT 2 5 '.085 i^^ 

MARCH JONG EU, Secretary Of SUti 

X Deputy 



^1 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, countless Americans have bravely served in our armed forces and remain as 
inspirations; and 

WHEREAS, tragically, during times of war, many fighting men are taken prisoners or are 
missing in action; and 

WHEREAS, ten years following the demilitarization of Vietnam, 2,'t50 American 
servicemen remain Prisoners of War, Missing in Action (POW/MIA), with 251 from California; 
and 

WHEREAS, the families and loved ones of these courageous individuals endure great 
hardship and suffer great emotional stress; and 

WHEREAS, as we honor all veterans during Veterans Unity Month, it is approptriate that 
we rededicate ourselves to obtaining the fullest possible accounting for all Americans still 
missing in Southeast Asia; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should join in the continuing efforts to secure the release of 
POW/MIAs who nobly defended our freedom and preserved our peace; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as Veterans Unity Month and call special attention to our 
tragic heroes who remain in Southeast Asia. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of October 
1985. 




JQ».*Ajrju. ^6ua^^^-*^<^** " • 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



TEST: / 

Secretary of State 






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4495 






1 iZ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 







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I FILED 

In th* o«o» of *• S«r«tafy o» StoH 
of *m SM« of CalHornta 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, our nation's armed forces are composed of countless brave men and women 
who dedicate themselves to defend our cherished freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, because of the great personal sacrifices made by these individuals, they are 
deserving of honorable and charitable services; and 

WHEREAS, throughout this century, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks has 
compassionately responded to the special needs of veterans, particularly those suffering from 
ill health; and 

WHEREAS, the Elks National Service Commission has compiled an enviable record of 
service to veterans undergoing short or protracted hospital stays; and 

WHEREAS, in California this organization is responsible for serving the patients at 12 
Veterans Administration hospitals, two Army hospitals, four Navy hospitals, two Air Force 
hospitals, the Veterans Home, and countless nursing care homes; and 

WHEREAS, during November the Elks will further emphasize the respect and honor due 
our veterans by observing Honor Our Veterans Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as Honor Our Veterans Month and encourage all citizens to 
pay SF>ecieil tribute to the courageous citizens who have preserved our peace. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of October 
1985. 




^4M 9 <e4 X3p*».».c< n.tciVi ■■ 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 







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4496 



n sm. . 















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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In 4iw otRo* of 4ti« S*cr««ary tt Stat* 
of Hm Stat* of Californio 

OCT 2 81985 
MMtClfFONe EU, Secrataiyiif State 



Byi 



Deputy 



7 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, each year, countless Californians perform acts of genuine tieroism; and 

WHEREAS, these courageous men and women assist victims of crimes, accidents, or 
natural disasters, often with no regard for their own personal safety; and 

WHEREAS, these "Good Samaritans" display quicl< and decisive action in life-threatening 
situations and ask for nothing in return; and 

WHEREAS, these brave men and women set a fine example for each of us to follow; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the valiant 
contributions these fine people make to society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 3-9, 1985 as Good Samaritan Week in California and urge all 
Californians to recognize, honor and encourage heroism and altruism. 



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 October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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SprrptArv of Statp ' 



Secretary of State 



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4497 




MARClOoNG EU, Secrtbiy •» State, 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA . /Mi^jA^^r^A^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, tumor registrars are essential members of the health care team involved in 
efforts to eliminate cancer; and 

WHEREAS, tumor registries establish standards of education, inform its members of the 
latest methods of cancer diagnosis, treatment and current trends in incidence and survival, and 
make cancer patient data readily available for clinical and epidemiological research; and 

WHEREAS, tumor registrars work closely with physicians, hospital administrators and 
health care planners to maintain these vitally important health records; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 28 - November 1, 1985, the Tumor Registrars 
Association of California is holding its 12th Annual State Meeting; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions this organization makes to the health care needs of the citizens of this great 
state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 28 to November 1, 1985 as Tumor Registry 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 28th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




/Juf-^iC^ X36»'OLX^ > ^'ti*i* '* ■ 



Governor of California 



Secretarv of State ' 



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4498 






13 1 






F 1 U E D 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT*^^*--*^'*'""' 

OCT 2 8*fi8^' 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA u^,rTmm^<^mi^^ 



MARCK70NG' 




Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, medical assistants are professionals, trained to aid patients in maintaining 
optimal health; and 

WHEREAS, medical assistants perform a wide variety of administrative and clinical 
duties in an effort to provide citizens with optimal heedth care services; and 

WHEREAS, there are over 100,000 medical assistants in the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, during November i^-%, 1985, the California Society of Medical Assistants, in 
conjuntion with the American Association of Medical Assistants will be celebrating Medical 
Assistants Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the dedicated 
efforts and valuable services provided by medical assistants; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November H-%, 1985 as Medical Assistants 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 29th day of October 
1985. 




/^^*"* *5*~ 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



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4499 












EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In 1<M t/tk» tt l»i« S«CT«tary of SW« 
of IIm Stat* of California 



OCT 3 01"P5 

7/ Deputy (^y 



By. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the Industrial Develofjment Research Council was founded in 1961 by 
McKinley Conway to encourage the study of industrial facility planning and related fields; and 

WHEREAS, since its inception, the Council has played an important role in fostering the 
science of economic development that is so vital to our state's boisterous economy; and 

WHEREAS, the Council provides the opportunity for California's professional develop- 
ment community to market their quality products to the nation's top industrialists; and 

WHEREAS, the Council is a leader in addressing our state's future growth needs by 
promoting the development of conscientiojs, well-planned, socially responsible industrial and 
commercial communities; and 

WHEREAS, the Council is highly regarded for its role in promoting professionalism 
within the real estate community; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the important 
contributions this organization makes to our state's economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Industrial Development Research Council for its outstanding record of 
service to the State of California's industrial development community. 



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 Octot)er 
1985. 




r- 



Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 






4500 



I si 












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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ih* oAo* oJ *• Secrsfory of SW* 
of Itw Stat* of California 



^■'^•.'~; 



OCT? C 
MARC^rjONC EU, Se^reSsry o( State^ 



M. 



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Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout history, various ethnic, national and religious groups have 
suffered at the hands of the Soviet government, resulting in severe loss of life and 
degradation; and 

WHEREAS, 3ews in the USSR are deprived of their cultural and linguistic identity, and 
the exercise of the Jewish religion has been severely restricted in a manner which is excessive 
even by the oppressive standards of Soviet law; and 

WHEREAS, the Soviet constitution guarantees cultural and linguistic rights, but these 
are not applied uniformly and consistently to Dews; and 

WHEREAS, the flow of emigration of Soviet Jewry has virtually stopped as a result of 
changes in Soviet policy and; 

WHEREAS, the right to emigration is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human 
Rights, and the right to family reunification is recognized by the signatories to the Helsinki 
Accords; and 

WHEREAS, the Soviet Union is a signatory to the Helsinki Accords and a contracting 
party to both the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the UNESCO 
Convention Against Discrimination in Education, which obligates it to fulfill the cultural rights 
of Minorities; and 

WHEREAS, the Soviet Union continues to violate these principals on a variety of 
pretexts by subjecting Jews to vicious and systematic discrimination; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 19, 1985, as a Day of Solidarity for Soviet Jewry in honor and 
remembrance of Jews who have suffered and continue to suffer at the hands of the oppressive 
Soviet government. ' 

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 
1985. 




Governor of California ^ 



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ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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4501 



1^ "v*- 



FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '■**«5^^-*'^^^*" 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



CCT3 01085 

WKO/Chm EU,.Se^iM^ o» state, 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, medical radiation and diagnostic imaging techniques play an important role 
in the diagnosis and treatment of disease; and 

WHEREAS, Radiologic Technologists are committed to providing the public with quality 
radiological services with a minimum of radiation exposure; and 

WHEREAS, there are 13,000 Radiologic Technologists in the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, these qualified practitioners are dedicated to the highest standards of 
professionalism and continually maintain those standards through education, credentialing and 
personal commitment; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of Novemt)er ^-10, 1985, the California Society of 
Radiologic Technologists is observing Radiologic Technology Week to promote the responsible 
and professional use of radiation as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November k-\^, 1985 as Radiologic Technology 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 30th day of October 
1985. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California v 



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Secretary of State 




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4502 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

• ollk* of »♦» S^cr^fy o* *<^ 
of Mm SMM of CalHornk) 

NOV 5 -'^'B5 
MARCIfTONG EU, Secretwjl' State^ 









A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, the people of California owe a tremendous debt to the more than 30 million 
members of our Armed Forces who have helped to preserve our freedom and way of life; and 

WHEREAS, among these veterans, there are more than 1.2 million women who enlisted in 
all branches of the military, beginning with World War I, and continuing to the present day; and 

WHEREAS, over 150,000 of these women currently reside in California; and 

WHEREAS, these brave women freely left their homes, families and friends to serve 
their country and frequently experienced the great dangers and challenges of war; and 

WHEREAS, despite the often physically hazardous and emotionally devastating situations 
they encountered, these courageous women contributed greatly to the preservation of the 
Nation and to the peace of the world; and 

WHEREAS, many of these women remained on active duty for 20 to 30 years and serve 
as a fine example to young girls interested in joining the Armed Forces; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions of women in the military and women veterans of the military; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 11-17, 1985 as Women Veterans Recognition 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 5th day of November 




4503 






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■5^ 



FILED 

In l<M ollca of lh« Swrttaty of Jhi»» 
of Mw Stat* of California 



NOV 5 -iQ85 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA •**!'^-'J^')'^ 

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Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, governmental agencies throughout the state are developing and implementing 
programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, one of these programs, Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, is admin- 
istered by the Office of Economic Opportunity and provides qualified recipients with subsidies 
and weathenzation funding to assist with conservation and encourage prudent use of our 
energy supply; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that senior citizens and low income families become aware of 
the availability of energy assistance and the benefits of energy conservation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as Energy Conservation Month 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 5th day of November 
1985. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 









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4503 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

In rtw oika of th« S*irt«ny of Stolo 
of Kw SMito of California 



NOVb -1Q8': 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA »««9K>weu. 




MAR9(f FOrtG EU, ^emtaiy«f SMt 

7 ^i>'p«^ c/ 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Cahfornia 



WHEREAS, the conservation of the state's energy supply is vital to ensure continued 
growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, governmental agencies throughout the state are developing and implementing 
programs designed to preserve energy for future generations; and 

WHEREAS, through creative energy use, these programs not only save energy but often 
result in cost savings to consumers as well; and 

WHEREAS, one of these programs, Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, is admin- 
istered by the Office of Economic Opportunity and provides qualified recipients with subsidies 
and weatherization funding to assist with conservation and encourage prudent use of our 
energy supply; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that senior citizens and low income families become aware of 
the availability of energy assistance and the benefits of energy conservation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 1985 as Energy Conservation Month 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 5th day of November 
1985. 




/^** *;5^- / 6uA> c »'vxsd>^ ' <u.««^ 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State ' 






4504 




.9'a 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

Ib Id* office of the Sccrstary of Stat* 
of Km Stota of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the family is the heart and soul of our society; and 

WHEREAS, the family provides its members with love, comfort and guidance during 
times of happiness as well as times of strife; and 

WHEREAS, the family instills in its members a sense of community values and 
resfwnsibility to others; and 

WHEREAS, a strong family unit provides for a strong community, producing capable and 
reliable leaders of tomorrow; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the State of California join with President Reagan in 
proclaiming Thanksgiving Week as Family Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 2tt-30, 1985 as Family 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 5th day of November 
1985. 





4505 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Id* one* of ♦»>• Ucntary o» Shrt* 
of «(m Stat* of California 

'!nv 1 ■■ ;g85 

MAROOONG EU, S^OTjWJf Jf State , 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-ttS-iS 



WHEREAS, new scientific discoveries and technological developments have given rise to 
a growing potential for biotechnology; and 

WHEREAS, progress in biotechnology can lead to improved health, increased productivity 
and enhanced living conditions; and 

WHEREAS, California is home to a third of the nation's biotechnology industry, and our 
universities and colleges provide talented minds and ingenious insight that contribute to this 
new endeavor; and 

WHEREAS, biotechnology potentially affects every aspect of our society including our 
health, safety, environment, economic growth and job creation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. An Interagency Task Force on Biotechnology is hereby created, composed of the 
Directors of the Departments of Commerce, Food and Agriculture, Health Ser- 
vices, Fish and Game, or their designated representatives, and representatives of 
the Environmental Affairs Agency, the Occupational Safety and Health Division of 
the Department of Industrial Relations, and the Water Resources Control Board. 

2. The Director of the Department of Commerce, or the Director's designated 
rejjresentative, shall direct the activities of the task force. 

3. The task force shall serve as a resource and repository for expertise and 
information on biotechnology that could be utilized by appropriate state agencies 
and, in addition, shall be charged with the following nonexclusive responsibilities: 

a. To evaluate and determine the adequacy of federal and state regulations 
affecting the biotechnology industry. 

b. To coordinate and assist in the formulation of state policies affecting the 
biotechnology industry. 

c. To serve as the principal liaison between the State of California and federal 
agencies, including the President's Cabinet Counsel on Biotechnology, on 
matters affecting the biotechnology industry. 







To develop educational programs on biotechnology for the benefit of the 
general public, to the extent that the task force determines such programs 
are necessary. 

To provide information to new California biotechnology firms on compliance 
with California statutory and regulatory requirements. 



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 Novem- 
ber 1985 







4506 












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5 --, 



I 

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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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In 



I of IIm Secretary of Stat* 
Of |4m Stota of Cnll«ornio 






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Deputy 



iry id State / 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Cahfornia 







WHEREAS, more than 2,600 persons are killed each year in alcohol/drug related traffic 
collisions on California roadways; and 

WHEREAS, an additional 68,000 persons are injured in collisions involving persons who 
had been drinking; and 

WHEREAS, these deaths and injuries cost Californians nearly $1 billion annually through 
services p>rovided to victims and their families; and 

WHEREAS, a heightened awareness of the problem may contribute to a change in 
society's attitude toward the drunk and drugged driver and encourage efforts to reduce these 
needless deaths and injuries; and 

WHEREAS, the holiday season is a particularly appropriate time to focus attention on 
this critical problem because of the increcised number of socied functions and related travel; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim December 15-21, 1985 as California Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness 
Week 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to t>e affixed this 18th day of Novem- 
ber 1985. 




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Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



MARCh4onG EU, Secrrtny^ Sj^ /^^^ 



Deputy 









WHEREAS, the fall is traditionally a time to rejoice in the year's harvest; and 

WHEREAS, over the years, this celebration has remained a favorite observance in 
American families; and 

WHEREAS, this special holiday provides us with the opportunity to give thanks to God 
for our bountiful gifts; and 

WHEREAS, Thanksgiving is an appropriate tim<. - '•H-^re our blessings with the less 
fortunate among us; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 2S, 1985 as Thanksgiving Day in California and urge all citizens to 
join in observing this special American holiday. 



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 Novem- 
ber 1985. 







Governor of Ccilifornia 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



4508 



DIRECTION 



FILED 

In tfi* offica of ttie Secretary at Staf* 
of th* Stat* of Colrfornio 

MOV 2 oi'r^^. 



To the State Treasurer under provi 

Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et seq.) 



MARCJOFONG EU, Secretafy * State^ / 

risions of Tlfl felt^n^.^ ^yn 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on November 13, 1985, adopted a Twenty-Fifth 
Supplemental Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted 
by the Trustees on April 25, 1968) authorizing the issuance 
of $10,500,000 principal amount of California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series AB, and said resolution 
was approved by the State Board of Control of the State of 
California at a meeting duly held on November 19, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on November 13, 1985, adopted a resolution 
requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds of Series AB for sale, and to sell the same, in the 
parcels and numbers set forth in the form of notice contained 
in said resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State 
Treasurer to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the 
purchase of said Bonds of Series AB to be published in the 
manner and form provided in said resolution, and said 
resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of the 
State of California at a meeting duly held on November 19, 
1985; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series AB for sale, and sell 
the Seiine, in the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the 
terms and conditions set forth in the form of notice 
contained in said resolution of the Trustees of the 
California State University. Said bonds to be sold shall 
be $10,500,000 principal amount of California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series AB, dated December 1, 1985, 
The sale shall take place at the office of the Treasurer of 
the State of California, Room 110, 915 Capitol Mall, 
Sacramento, California, at 10:00 A.M. on such date prior to 
December 20, 1985 as you may determine. 

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 November, 1985. 





SECRETARY of STATE 





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4509 







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FIUED 

_1« 4<w o«e» of th« S«cr«taty o# Slat* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -. *. s^ »♦ coiHo^n^ 

NOV 2 1 !Q85 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA marcK^ eu. 8,cmt«y 9f swy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the greatness of America lies in the energy and ingenuity of our people, the 
strength of our institutions, and the willingness of our citizens to work together to meet the 
nation's need; and 

WHEREAS, the revered American tradition of voluntarism reflects the national charac- 
ter of people who are willing to share not only their possessions, but also their time and 
energy; and 

WHEREAS, this nation enjoys a bounty of food; and 

WHEREAS, there are still many Americans who are in need; and 

WHEREAS, local food banks and other food programs serve to provide food to those in 
need; and 

WHEREAS, operation Care and Share has been created as a nationwide collaborative 
effort of voluntary organizations, trade associations, corporations, labor unions, religious 
groups, and the public sector to strengthen local food programs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim December 1985 to be Care and Share Month in California and call on all 
citizens of California to contribute their time, resources, and surplus food to assist and 
support local food programs on behalf of the needy of 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 20th day of Novem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"'^f^t^^'^^^'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



NOV 2 1 1985 

MARCIfyFONe.EU, SecijBWy of Jt3t» 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, throughout our nation's history, the Merchant Marine has been a vital part of 
our commercial and military success; and 

WHEREAS, perhaps the golden age of the American Merchant Marines was during World 
War n when they provided a direct link between the production lines and the fighting fronts, 
serving the various branches of the armed forces with valor and bravery; and 

WHEREAS, the Merchant Marines not only transported troops and supplies, but also served 
as hospital ships and provided relief to war-torn countries; and 

WHEREAS, during the course of combat, merchant seamen, like servicemen, lost their 
lives, were prisoners of war, and performed acts of heroism; and 

WHEREAS, the distinguished record compiled by merchantmen during World War n is 
reflected in the number of medals awarded for meritorious service to their coimtry; and 

WHEREAS, these courageous volunteers contributed so much to their country and are 
deserving of special recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the brave men who valiantly served in the Merchant Marines during World 
War II and extend appreciation for their significant contribution to the allied victory. 



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 Novem- 
ber 1985. 




jU^»'<C<^ /0&«*A^Ou.^-i-l^k-«-- 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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WHEREAS, Californians currently generate hazardous and solid waste at a rate which 
will soon exceed the existing capacity of private and public treatment and disposal facilities; 
and 

WHEREAS, the potential for an emergency exists which could pose a threat to the public 
health, safety, and the environment; and 

WHEREAS, local authorities have been reluctant to siting of advanced technology 
facilities for the safe disposal of hazardous wastes; and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary to ascertain the need for using known technology and 
developing new advanced technologies in order to safely move California into the 2ist century 
with regard to hazardous/toxic materisds and solid waste; and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary to develop short-term solutions and long-term recommenda- 
tions to the hazardous and solid waste and toxic substance problems of this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby establish the Governor's Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology. 
Said Task Force shall be a non-partisan group and shall consist of the following organizations 
and/or individuals: 

Dr. Theodore Hullar, Chancellor, Universityof California, Riverside, California, CHAIR MAN 

Secretary of Environmental Affairs Agency 

Director, Department of Finance 

Director, Department of Health Services 

Director, Department of Water Resources 

Chairman, State Water Resources Control Board 

Chairman, California Wciste Mnagement Board 

Attorney General 

Chairperson, Senate Toxics and Public Safety Management Committee 

Vice-Chairperson, Senate Toxics and Public Safety Management Committee 

Chairperson, Assembly Environmental Safety and Toxic Matericils Committee 

Vice-Chairperson, Assembly Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials Committee 

Executive Director, County Supervisors Association of California 

Executive Director, League of California Cities 

2 Representatives from each of the following: 

Private Industry 

Environmental Organizations 

Academicians from public/ private universities 



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Regional Director, Environmental Protection Agency, Ex-Officio 

Allan Zaremberg, Deputy Legislative Secretary, Governor's Office, Ex-Officio 

The Executive Director of the Task Force shall be Alex R. Cunningham, Chief Deputy 
Director, Department of Water Resources; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the duties of the Governor's Task Force on Toxics, 
Waste and Technology shall be to explore alternatives and recommend comprehensive 
strategies for solving the short- and long-term problems associated with hazardous and solid 
wastes in California as listed below: 

Short-Term 

The Task Force shall consider comprehensive strategies for: 

1. safe disposition of Class I wastes currently being generated in California pending 
development of new technological alternatives to land disposal; 

2. cleanup by government or responsible parties of existing hazardous waste sites; 

3. immediate reduction of the volume of ha2ardous wastes generated in California 
which require land disposal; and 

1^. methods to resolve existing legal limitations, including the lack of available 
liability insurance protection, both of which imjsede the cleanup of existing sites. 

Long-Term 

The Task Force shall consider comprehensive stategies and methods to: 

1. minimize land disposal of hazardous waste; 

2. maximize source reduction, including recycling and resource recovery; 

3. maximize on-site detoxification of hazardous wastes; and 

k. eliminate legal barriers and land use controversies regarding the disposal of 
hazardous waste. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Task Force shall submit to me not later than May I, 
1986 a final report detailing recommendations to achieve the short- and long-term objectives 
listed above. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a Technical Advisory Committee shall be formed to 
assist the Task Force in developing said comprehensive strategies. The Task Force shall have 
the discretion to designate individuals, from throughout California and the United States, to 
said Technical Advisory Committee, who exhibit the highest degree of skills in the areas of, 
but not limited to, science, medicine, engineering, environment, and law. 







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IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that said agencies, departments, and participating boards and 
commissions make available to the Chairman and/or the Executive Director of the Governor's 
Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology such resources, facilities, and personnel as he 
may request. 




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 Novem- 
ber 1985 

Governor of California t/ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 






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4512 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In <tw Olllo* of *• SwTOtary of Stof« 
of Itw Statt of California 



DEC 5 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 




WHEREAS, on December 7, 1941, America's safety and freedom were threatened by a 
destructive surprise attack on Pearl Harbor; and 

WHEREAS, the survivors of this tragic event in our nation's history have united to 
preserve the lessons of preparedness; and 

WHEREAS, the members of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association also honor the 
memory of those who were killed that fateful day while bravely serving their country; and 

WHEREAS, by demonstrating their patriotism, the survivors of Pearl Harbor continue to 
serve their country and honor the principles of liberty and justice for all; and 

WHEREAS, all citizens can learn from the men who sacrificed their lives to preserve our 
cherished freedoms and those who survived and defended our liberties throughout their lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim December 6-12, 1985 as Pearl Harbor Week and encourage all Calif ornians to 
reflect upon the tragedy and lessons of Pearl Harbor. 



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 Decem- 
ber 1985. 




Governor of California // 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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4513 










EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

In Tn9 o>nc6 of tn# SocTBtory of Stotv 
of th* StaM of CalHomio 



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MARCH FONG El, Secretary of State 
Dep«ty 




and 



WHEREAS, the care of our eyes and the ability to see should not be taken for granted; 



WHEREAS, many eye diseases or injuries can be prevented by regular eye examinations 
and adequate eye protection; and 

WHEREAS, with early diagnosis and effective treatment, many cases of blindness and 
severe eye diseases can be avoided; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that the public be aware of the proper care of eyes to protect 
their vision; and 

WHEREAS, during January 1986 the California Association of Ophthalmology is conduct- 
ing a public service campaign stressing the value of good and healthy eye care; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 1986 as Eye Health Care Month 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 6th day of Decem- 
ber 1985. 



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ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State / 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the oMe* c/f 4<w S«r«tary of Stat* 
of ttw Stol* of California 

PECl 6 1985 

MARCfrk)N6 EU, Seci«tMV,of State 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-ifg-SS 



WHEREAS, the State of California is a leader in its commitment to provide the 
healthiest and saifest working conditions for all its employees; and 

WHEREAS, experienced employees are a valuable and prized asset to the State; and 

WHEREAS, workable, effective accident prevention programs are necessary to provide 
our state's working men and women with safe and healthy places of employment; and 

WHEREAS, the cost-effectiveness of reducing work-related injuries and illnesses and 
returning disabled employees to work has long been accepted; and 

WHEREAS, top management support is paramount to the successful achievement of this 
administration's worker health and safety goals; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
Ceilifornia, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 



1. 



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5. 



The Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency shall be responsible for 
coordinating efforts to ensure that all agencies, departmen;;s, boards and commis- 
sions are in full compliance with existing health and safety laws and rules for state 
employees. 

All state agencies shall establish or rededicate safety committees and other 
resources towards achieving the goal of reducing work-related injuries, illnesses 
and attendant days lost from work. 

All state agencies shall comply with the Injured State Worker Assistance Program 
Guidelines and Chapter «9 of the Statutes of 1985 (AB 278), and shall actively 
seek employment opportunities for employees who have become disabled. 

All state agencies shall have the required safety and return- to- work officers 
appointed with the authority to obtain compliance with this Executive Order. 
Safety Coordinators shall have basic safety training. 

All agency heads shall meet at least annually with their safety and return-to-work 
coordinators to review progress in reducing workers' compensation costs and 
injuries. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ih* office of ttn Secrrtary o* Shrt» 
of t(M Slot* of California 



PECl SVm 
M/^CH FONG EU Secretary of State 



MARCH FONG EU Setretafy of ! 



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Deputy 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, Klwanl^ International is a community service organization dedicated to 
improving the quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, last year, 315,000 Kiwanis members and 8,200 clubs raised S^tl.^f million and 
donated more than 22 million volunteer hours in 76 nations and geographic areas; and 

WHEREAS, there are 22,3f2 Kiwanians in 615 clubs in the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, on January 21, 1986, Kiwanians in this state and elsewhere around the world 
will celebrate Kiwanis' 71st anniversary; and 

WHEREAS, on this special occasion, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and 
appreciate the outstanding services provided by the members of this fine organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 19-25, 1986 as Kiwanis 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 18th day of Decem- 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of CaUfornia 




WHEREAS, California has long prided herself on her potential for growth and the 
ingenuity and resourcefulness of her citizens; and 

WHEREAS, small businesses contribute significantly to this growth potential with their 
countless employment opportunities in close to one million enterprises throughout California; 
and 



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WHEREAS, through loan guarantees, direct loan programs and the Innovative Loan 
Program, the State of California continues to support the diverse needs of these important 
businesses; and 

WHEREAS, our administration is committed to assisting small businesses and has 
established two Small Business Development Centers which provide marketing information, 
economic analysis and service support; and 

WHEREAS, in recognition of the important role small businesses play in our state, two 
conferences will be held in preparation of the National White House Conference on Small 
Business; and 

WHEREAS, these sessions, on January 7 and January 10, will focus on the unique status 
of small enterprises, suggest solutions and develop dialogue between the public and private 
sectors, in anticipation of the national conference; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 7, and January 10, 1986 as White House Conference on Small Business 
Days in Ceilifornia. 



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 Decem- 
ber 1985. 




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Goverrror of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED , 

In <h« oRks of «U S«r««ory of Stota 1 
of IfM Stat* of California "^ 

APR 2 -'986 
MARCHFONG EU, Secretny of state 

Deputy 



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prcx:lamation 

OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 






I, George Deukmejian, Governor of the State of California, having been informed of the 
occurrence of major storm damage, resulting from heavy rains beginning on February 12, 1986, 
which occurred to State Highways in the Counties of Monterey and Siskiyou, State of 
California, hereby proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in Counties of Monterey 
and Siskiyou, within the meaning of Section 1235, Title 23, United States Code. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of March 
1986. 



Governdr of California 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 






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la Id* oMo* of 1<w Sacretory of State 
of Mw Stol* of CorfHernto 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT api-^ i - 9^r 

MARQH W EU, Seenfiiy 9» St 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^U^y')2>r/^. 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State oi California 



WHEREAS, the State of California's ability to attract domestic and international visitors 
is unmatched throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, Californians proudly and warmly welcome more than 100 million visitors 
annually; and 

WHEREAS, the multi-ethnic and colorful heritage of the people of California, as well as 
the Golden State's unique attractions and exciting destinations truly offer something for 
everyone; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism contribute significantly to California's economic life, 
generating over $31 billion and supporting nearly 600,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, local tourism development and promotion has become increasingly important 
to our state's rural regions; and 

WHEREAS, as California celebrates the second year of its highly successful tourism 
marketing campaign, it is appropriate that we join with the United States Congress in 
recognizing the importance of tourism to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as California Travel and Tourism Month and urge all citizens to 
join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of March 
1986. 





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In Itw offie* of the Sacratory of Stata 
of th* Slot* of California 

APR 8 - 'QRf 
MARCH^IH^ EU, Secretoiy^of State 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the State of California's ability to attract domestic and international visitors 
is unmatched throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, Californians proudly and warmly welcome more than 100 million visitors 
annually; and 

WHEREAS, the multi-ethnic and colorful heritage of the people of California, as well as 
the Golden State's unique attractions and exciting destinations truly offer something for 
everyone; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism contribute significantly to California's economic life, 
generating over $31 billion and supporting nearly 600,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, local tourism development and promotion has become increasingly important 
to our state's rural regions; and 

WHEREAS, as California celebrates the second year of its highly successful tourism 
marketing campaign, it is appropriate that we join with the United States Congress in 
recognizing the importance of tourism to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as California Travel and Tourism Month and urge all citizens to join 
in this observance in recognition of National Tourism Week, May 18 to 2h, 1986. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of March 
1986. 




/Q.^.^r^ AluJi 



Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Itw offic* of ttw Secretory of Stata 
of l(w S«at* of Californio 



APR 8 - '9«r 

MARCHgMfi, EU. Secretsiy of State 



lARCH RMfi EU. Secretsiy of State 
^ Deputy O 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the State of California's ability to attract domestic and international visitors 
is unmatched throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, Californians proudly and warmly welcome more than 100 million visitors 
annually; and 

WHEREAS, the multi-ethnic and colorful heritage of the people of California, as well as 
the Golden State's unique attractions and exciting destinations truly offer something for 
everyone; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism contribute significantly to California's economic life, 
generating over $31 billion and supporting nearly 600,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, local tourism development and promotion has become increasingly important 
to our state's rural regions; and 

WHEREAS, as California celebrates the second year of its highly successful tourism 
marketing campaign, it is appropriate that we join with the United States Congress in 
recognizing the importance of tourism to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as California Travel and Tourism Month and urge all citizens to join 
in this observance in recognition of National Tourism Week, May 18 to Ih, 1986. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of March 
1986. 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA r?*,*^ "^^"^ «««». 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, for centuries, America has been proud of the heroic individuals who have 
defended our cherished freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, over the years, many of our fellow citizens have fought and died in the 
struggle to create a world of peace, while countless others were injured or captured; and 

WHEREAS, California is home to more than 3,000 former Prisoners of War, more than 
any other state; and 

WHEREAS, despite their courageous service to this country, former prisoners of war 
suffer many problems unique to those who were held captive and have special needs as they 
readjust to their native land; and 

WHEREAS, April 9, 1986 is the ^^Jth anniversary of the Fall of Bataan, where over 70,000 
Americans were surrendered to hostile forces; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 9-22, 1986 as a period of special recognition and appreciation for 
California's former Prisoners of War in honor of their special sacrifice and devotion to duty. 



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 April 
1986. 




GoveriTOr of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



Serretarv of Stati» ' 



Secretary of State 




4622 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



of Itw Sfa1» 0* ColrfOfiita 

APR 2 -'3'"" 
UARttLEONG EU, Sectstsnr of State^ 

r ^^^ 



By- 




Deputy 



XT 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Californians have long shared a strong commitment to democracy, human 
rights and equality for all people; and 

WHEREAS, these basic tenets, which are found in America's Declaration of Independence 
and Constitution, are also revered by the Jewish people of the State of Israel; and 

WHEREAS, on November 10, 1975, the United Nations General Assembly passed 
Resolution 3379 which incorrectly links Zionism with racism; and 

WHEREAS, Resolution 3379 is a dangerous document which has been used as a 
justification by terrorist organizations to commit acts of violence and has fostered anti- 
semitism by unjustly accusing the Jewish people of racism; and 

WHEREAS, Californians join Americans, and people throughout the world who respect 
the dignity of life, in calling for a repudiation by the United Nations General Assembly of 
Resolution 3379, and rededicate ourselves to tolerance and mutual respect among all peoples; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby denounce Resolution 3379 and support the efforts of those who actively seek its 
repudiation. 



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 April 
1986. 




/0^^c<- AL^J>--yf^ — 



Governor of California 



IfflMoJA ^jrmk. 



Secretary of State 



4623 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In t<M olBw of lt>» Secretory of Stote 
of ttM SMt* of Colifomia 

APR 7 - ^98P. 
MARCH FONG EU, SecretMy of State 



Deputy 



% 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the travel and tourism industry contributes significantly to California's 
economic life, annually generating over $31 billion and employing nearly 600,000 citizens; and 

WHEREAS, a major factor in California's tourism success is the lodging industry which is 
the second largest employer in the travel and tourism industry; and 

WHEREAS, innkeepers provide quality accommodations and cost-effective services to 
the travelling public, enhancing the travels of countless citizens; and 

WHEREAS, California's innkeepers continually meet the diverse needs of tourist and 
business traveller alike, and strive to improve their industry to accommodate the future 
demand for lodging; and 

WHEREAS, May 1986 has been designated as California Travel and Tourism Month to 
recognize this vital industry which includes innkeepers of all property types and sizes; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 21, 1986 as Innkeepers Day in honor of California's lodging industry and 
the significant contributions it makes to the economy and the travelling public. 



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 April 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California /y 



j^jfUjUY^lA ^jr]M^k. 



Secretary of State 



4624 



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- CI 



FILED 

In Km o«<» of rti« Swretory o» Stot» 

of Itw Slat* o( California ^^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA > / ^/. 



EU, Secreteiy of State 



^:^^ 



Deputy 



^^^%^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, it is estimated that there are between 50,000 and 70,000 homeless people in 
California; and 

WHEREAS, homelessness is a perplexing problem, because there are many reasons for 
homelessness and no simple answers; and 

WHEREAS, California has several programs that can assist the homeless, deF>ending upon 
their individual circumstances, including welfare, food stamps, unemployment and disability 
insurance, Medi-Cal, and a sf>ecial program for homeless veterans; and 

WHEREAS, this administration has worked hard to address the serious challenges 
surrounding this important problem and has allocated $40 million for services to the homeless 
this year; and 

WHEREAS, improving the condition of the homeless requires that the public and private 
sectors work together to address their widely varying needs; and 

WHEREAS, long-term solutions to the diverse problems of the homeless require new 
ideas, especially from citizens at the local level, who are closest to the problem; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 13-19, 1986 as Homeless Person Week in California and encourage 
individual citizens, agencies of government, private organizations, businesses and corporations 
to examine the plight of the homeless in their community and donate whatever time, money, 
ideas or other assistance they can in order that the homeless may successfully re-enter society 
and become self-sufficient, contributing 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 April 
1986. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



1 ic^i: / 



Secretary of State 



4625 




lp itM elHca of *• Stcn*aty of State 
of •»>• Stol* of Colifornio 

APR 7 - '9«' 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ^(jJ. <^^^ - 

Deputy ^ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, to maintain good health requires the skill and expertise of countless 
individuals within the health care profession; and 

WHEREAS, medical technologists comprise a significant and important segment of 
health care professionals, performing vital and technical tasks with precision and accuracy; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated and reliable efforts of medical latxiratory personnel enhance 
California's medical community and underscore their genuine concern for the welfare of their 
fellowman; and 

WHEREAS, organizations throughout California, including the California Association for 
Medical Laboratory Technology, are joining together during the week of April 13 to observe 
Medical Laboratory Week; and 

WHEREAS, this observance provides an excellent opportunity to recognize the scientific 
and technical personnel whose laboratory work improves the health care of all citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 13-19, 1986 as Medical Laboratory 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 7th day of April 
1986. 





Governor of California 




ITTEST: / 



Secretary of State 



4€ o 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I L E D^ 

In Itt* o«le» oJ *t Secretary of 
of riw S«Ol« of California 



APR 7 - '98: 
MMCtffOm EU, SecretanLO* Sta« 




Deputy 



r 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with a diverse crafts community which greatly enriches 
our state and provides cultural nourishment for all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is the birthplace of many important and international 
aesthetic trends; and 

WHEREAS, the state's craftsmen and decorative artists have made vital contributions to 
our visual environment, our spirit and creativity, and our economy; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of 3une, hundreds of galleries, museums and non-profit art 
centers will be mounting exhibits all over the state in honor of California Crafts Month; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions craft artists make to our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1986 as California Crafts Month and urge all citizens to join in this 
observance. 



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 April 
1986. 

Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State ' 



4627 









EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Km oAm of Itra SKretary of Stat* 
of ItM Stat* of California 

Secretary of Stats 



MARUf-nM^U, S( 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 

WHEREAS, beginning in 1915, 1.5 rnillion Armenians were massacred at the brutal hands 
of the Ottoman Turkish Empire; and 

WHEREAS, for the sake of our ancestors, our children and all mankind we, as freedom- 
loving people, must have the strength and resolve to speak out against this horrible genocide 
by informing the world's tyrants that we will not stand by in silence any longer and will not 
allow these atrocities to go unanswered; and 

WHEREAS, earlier this year, the United States Senate took a strong stand to prevent the 
recurrence of crimes against all humanity, like those suffered by the Armenian people during 
World War I, the 3ewish people during World War II and the Southeast Asians during the 1970's, 
by passing the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide; and 

WHEREAS, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights recently adopted the report 
of its Sub-Commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, in 
which the 1915 Armenian massacres are defined as a genocide; and 

WHEREAS, formal affirmation of the Armenian Genocide by the world community would 
underscore our abhorrence and help deter further acts of violence; and 

WHEREAS, each April, people across our country and throughout the world gather in 
churches, meeting halls and homes to commemorate the tragic loss of our Armenian friends, 
parents, grandparents and brothers and sisters; and 

WHEREAS, this solemn observance is a time for decent people everywhere to join in a 
common effort to ensure that this horror never repeats itself; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, in 
accordance with Assembly Concurrent Resolution 51 do hereby proclaim April 2k, 1986 as a 
State Day of Remembrance and have ordered the flags over the State Capitol to be flown at 
half mast and urge civilized people throughout the world to join in this observance. 



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 April 
1986. 




4628 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In tfw otfic* of tJw SecT^ty <* SM* 
o( lit* S»a1» <rf California ^u 



APR 8 - ^9^'' 
MARCHJMJGEU, Secretory of 

Deputy 



State! 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 









WHEREAS, today's youth are our most precious resource and represent the future of our 
society; and 

WHEREAS, citizens must encourage young people in their endeavors to obtain a good 
education and become responsible, contributing members of society; and 

WHEREAS, the Grand Lodge of the Order of the Elks is an outstanding service 
organization which is particularly concerned about the well-being of the nation's youth; and 

WHEREAS, Elks offer guidance and support to the Nation's youth through a wide variety 
of public service programs including educational scholarships and drug awareness programs; 
and 

WHEREAS, in honor of Elks National Youth Week, it is appropriate that all Californians 
recognize and appreciate the outstanding contributions Elks make to the welfare our young 
people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1-7, 1986 as Elks National Youth Week. 



ATTEST: 




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 April 
1986. 

Governor of California ^ 



Secretary of State 










4629 



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FILED "" 

In llw office of th* Secretory of State 
of liie Stale of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



APR 8 - -98^ 

MARCtliQr«6 EU, Secretsiy of State 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA »/- 




Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California has the most critical wildland fire problem in the world; and 

WHEREAS, an average of 10,000 fires each year destroy natural resources, burn homes, 
and take human lives; and 



and 



WHEREAS, over 90 percent of these fires are human-caused and therefore preventable; 



WHEREAS, this important problem is of primary concern to all wildland fire protection 
agencies in California; and 

WHEREAS, public awareness of the importance of preventing destructive fires is 
essential to reduce the intolerable loss of life, property, and resource values; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 11-17, 1986 as Wildland Fire Prevention Week in California and urge all 
citizens to join in this observance. 



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 April 
1986. 




^^^ 



Governtfr of California 



ATTEST: . 



Secretary of State 



4630 



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I ssQCi smTi nffiR a 



^X i^ijlo'k i^tJUa'x K'^Xa^ K'ftjLi'ii K'»JU^ tiU^i ibi 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•n th» oAo* of th« Secretary of Shrt» 
«f IIm Stat* of Cal)fornk> 



APR 9 - ■■98C' 
^HfONG EH SeOT^rf State/ 

Dep«fy T y 



ByX 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California has a large senior population with over 'f million citizens over the 
age of sixty years; and 

WHEREAS, by the year 2020, one out of every four Californians will be over the age of 
sixty years; and 

WHEREAS, the senior community serves as a fine example to each of us by sharing the 
wealth of their diverse experience with the younger population; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians must share in the responsibility of ensuring that older 
citizens have an opportunity to lead independent, rewarding lives during their golden years; 
and 

WHEREAS, the month of May is nationally proclaimed Older Americans Month to 
increase public awareness and lend recognition to the many valuable contributions made in our 
society by its senior citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as Older Californians Month and encourage all citizens to reflect 
upon the positive influences of senior citizens in their lives. 



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 April 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




GoveriTOr of California ^ 



IJ)fLoy\oJA ^frmL. 



Secretary of State 



4631 



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-J ^ 
^•>t lis 









^^ IfSCtf'^ I^SIU'M ^a. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




•" 1m cffio* of rtia Sacretary of Stat* 
o( ttw Stat* of California 

APR 9 - ^gsn 

IWRWOoNG EU, Secret ot-Stste 
;/ Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, baseball has long been America's favorite pastime and has created countless 
sports heroes for generations of fans; and 

WHEREAS, one of the greatest players of all times is Willie Mays, a multi-talented 
individual whose enthusiasm for the game was unmatched during his career; and 

WHEREAS, during his 22 year career, Willie Mays charmed baseball enthusiasts on both 
coasts and was known for his relaxed style and ability to make the big play; and 

WHEREAS, Willie Mays' many achievements place him among the legends of the game 
and include a .302 lifetime batting average, 660 homeruns, 3,283 total hits, 1,903 runs batted 
in, and 6,85't put-outs, the most by any outfielder in the history of the game; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to his illustrious sports career, this long-time member of the San 
Francisco Giants has contributed countless hours and resources to benefit underprivileged 
youth; and 

WHEREAS, Californians join all baseball fans in welcoming Willie Mays back to the San 
Francisco Giants organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April U, 1986 as Willie Mays Day in recognition of his numerous 
contributions to the game of baseball and his many accomplishments both on and off the field. 



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 April 
1986. 




Governs of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



lJ)iaAoJA ^frmky 



Secretary of State 




4632 









, Bn i^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F T C E D 

Of rtw SM* of CalHornIc 



AFR 1 1 ^98fi 
iH FONG EU, Sicretaiy of Stati 







Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, substance abuse is a serious and devastating problem that continues to plague 
our state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, recent statistics indicate an increase in the admissions to drug treatment 
programs in California, with an alarming number of them being juveniles and women; and 

WHEREAS, all segments of the population are affected by drug abuse including the 
elderly who rely on Ixjth prescribed medicines and over the counter drugs to maintain their 
health; and 

WHEREAS, as the awareness of the effects of drug abuse on our communities increases, 
the need for effective prevention and treatment services has also risen; and 

WHEREAS, the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs coordinates efforts 
at the local level to provide valuable services in alcohol and drug prevention, identification, 
early intervention, treatment, care and rehabilitation; and 

WHEREAS, during April 16-18, 1986, the California Department of Alcohol and Drug 
Programs is sponsoring "Prevention '86: Designing The Future", a drug prevention conference 
highlighting efforts to promote communication and cooperation among those dedicated to 
preventing drug abuse; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby encourage all Californians to join in the efforts to prevent the growing problem of drug 
abuse and work together towards developing constructive alternatives to drug use in our 
society. 



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 April 

86. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



15 1: / 



Secretary of State 



s.' '•sm^ K.S 



4633 



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I Si 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ml* office of the Secretory of State 
of the Stale of California 

APR 1 .] 'mr, 

m«/}(m EU, Secret?^ of 3tJt8 / 



By 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with beautiful scenery and an abundance of precious 
natural resources which have, throughout history, been a source of delight and fascination to 
residents and tourists alike; and 

WHEREAS, John Muir came to California in 1868 and quickly developed a deep 
appreciation for our state's natural splendor, becoming one of California's earliest 
conservationists; and 

WHEREAS, the illustrious beauty of Yosemite and the high Sierra's were a particular 
favorite of John Muir's; and 

WHEREAS, John Muir's legacy is evidenced by the Sierra Club, an organization he 
founded in 1892 which continues to enjoy and preserve the wilderness; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize the important contributions made by John 
Muir and continue to explore and appreciate California's beautiful wilderness; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20, 1986 as John Muir 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 l^fth day of April 
1986. 

Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State ' 



4634 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARlivxcNT 



FILED 

In th* offica of the SKratary of Stat* 
of tlw Stota of Colifornki 

APR 1 --: *Q«P 



MARCffToNG EU, Secret^ qf State/ i 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^mpn^"^ 9y^i^\ 

i/ Depwty /If ! 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, organ and tissue transplant services are increasingly important to the health 
of the citizens of California; and 

WHEREAS, significant advancements have improved the feasibility of organ and tissue 
transplant procedures; and 

WHEREAS, organ and tissue transplants offer the hope of life for many and significant 
improvement of life for others; and 

WHEREAS, many bereaved families find comfort through the donation process; and 

WHEREAS, during the weel< of April 20, concerned professionals, volunteers and 
organizations throughout the state will be promoting the value of organ donations; and 

WHEREAS, it is imperative that all Californians recognize the ever-present need for 
organ and tissue donors; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 1986 as Organ Donor Awareness Week in California and urge all 
citizens to join in this important observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this I'fth day of April 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California t/ 






Secretary of State 



4635 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT .-«. ^ "" ^ '^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




0*e» of rtw SKivtory of Stat* 
w •»>• S»at» of Colifornia 

mm ma EU. Secj^ry rf state/ 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, since our earliest beginnings, Californians have been prompt to lend Ixjth 
their hearts and their hands to worthwhile causes; and 

WHEREAS, this neighborly spirit is known throughout the world and helped to build our 
state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, each year, close to 10 million Americans offer help to their fellow citizens 
through voluntary service; and 

WHEREAS, the generous and compassionate endeavors of volunteers contribute 
significantly to our quality of life by fostering creative solutions to the world's problems; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 20, the United States will observe National 
Volunteer Week in honor of the dedicated men, women and children who donate their time and 
talent to the betterment of their community; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the selfless 
and dedicated efforts of countless volunteers throughout the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-27, 1986 as Volunteer Week in California and urge all citizens to join 
in this special observance. 



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 




P^^^cje^ /JOujJ^-^^^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4636 



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5s< i^s 



i3 I 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•n *• office of the Secretary of State 
Of »• State <rf Colifofnki 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the State of California is blessed with an abundance of beauty and resources; 



and 




WHEREAS, each and every citizen must share in the responsibility of maintaining our 
precious environment for the benefit of future generations; and 

WHEREAS, we must work together in our communities and throughout the state to 
preserve and protect clean air, fresh water and the natural beauty of our land; and 

WHEREAS, Keep America Beautiful Week is a national, non-profit public service 
organization dedicated to maintaining our nation's natural resources and beauty; and 

WHEREAS, this organization is sponsoring a nationwide effort to improve the 
environment through community involvement; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
importance of preserving our environment; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 1986 as Keep America Beautiful Week in California and urge all 
citizens to join in this observance. 



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 
1986. 




C\e\\rt*mt\r nf r**alifr\rnia ^^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Serretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4637 



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FILED 

fn the oflka of the Secretary of Stale 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT <^ *• ^^ «" ccifomia 

.APR 1 7'9f^n 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 'm'Om 




MARCit JONG EU, Secretary (Attate / 
// Deputy / 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout history, people have sought to protect themselves and their 
families from the risks of life by providing financial security for the future; and 

WHEREAS, of the countless protection methods which are available, one of the more 
widely sought is life insurance, a highly respected form of economic protection against the 
consequences of the future; and 

WHEREAS, life insurance not only provides security for families and business, but also is 
a continuing source of venture capital that strengthens the economic stability of the state and 
nation; and 

WHEREAS, life underwriters inform the public of the diverse life insurance options 
available and, in so doing, contribute to the security of their communities; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 20, 1986, the California Association of Life 
Underwriters is coordinating efforts to educate the public on all aspects of life insurnce and its 
benefits; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 19X6 as Life Insurance 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 17th day of April 
1986. 




Governor of California (/ 



SYiUAC^ ^fyyuAk, 



Secretary of State 



4638 









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FILED 

In 1(w offic* of tha Sacrvtary of Stota 
of Mm Slot* of Colifornlo 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



APRl ?-- 
MARCH >W EU, Sectetiry of .«tita 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^,km2lJ^.MM 

A Depify 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, a significant player in the discovery and settlement of America was Queen 
Isabella of Castille, Spain whose vision and foresight led her to support Christopher Columbus 
on his voyage of l't92; and 

WHEREAS, Queen Isabella's faith in Columbus and his beliefs proved her to be a brave 
and courageous woman, unafraid to take risks; and 

WHEREAS, as a result of her strength, further explorations were made, paving the way 
for people of all nations to join together to build a New World; and 

WHEREAS, the people of California and the people of Spain share a common respect for 
Queen Isabella that enhances the friendship and understanding between our two lands; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we observe the 535th anniversary of the birth of Queen 
Isabella, a woman who clearly directed the course of history; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 22, 1986 as Queen Isabella Day and encourage all citizens to join in this 
observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 17th day of April 
1986. 



Governor of California C/ 




Secretary of State / 



4639 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



In «ti« olBc* of the S«cr««ary of State 
of ttM Stat* of ColHornio 



'x.^^^ 1 1 V L. i_^i.i/vi\i iviLiN 1 MAR^toNGEU, SecrrtWQf state y 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA " '^"^^^^^^^^^^ ^i 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, a continuing source of strength, love, and comfort that is with us throughout 
our lives are the friendships we share with others; and 

WHEREAS, friendships provide a unifying bond between individuals that enhances our 
communities and makes life more enjoyable; and 

WHEREAS, as friendships develop among people of foreign lands, the understanding among 
nations increases and promotes greater peace and harmony; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we set aside a special time to reflect on our friendships 
and pay tribute to these relationships which add so much to our lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 22-28, 1986 as Friendship Week in California and encourage all 
Californians to join in this observance. 



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 April 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ^ 



Uua(JIa %/uaL. 



Secretary of State 



4640 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

!n tit* office of th« Sacratary of Stata 
of ttw State of Colifernla 

MARCfOoNG EU, SeMjtey^ State 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, of all the promises America offers, none is more precious or more elusive 
than the right to be free from crime and violence; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women who have chosen law enforcement as a career 
face extraordinary risk and danger in preserving our freedom and security; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 11, Police Week is observed throughout the nation in 
order to recognize the hazardous work, serious responsibilities and strong commitment of our 
nation's peace officers; and 

WHEREAS, in conjunction with this important observance. May 15 is observed as Peace 
Officers Memorial Day in commemoration of those noble officers who have tragically 
sacrificed their lives in the line of duty; and 

WHEREAS, these special observances provide all Californians with the opportunity to 
appreciate the heroic men and women who have dedicated their lives to preserving public 
safety; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby join President Reagan in honoring our peace officers by designating May 11-17, 1986 as 
Police Week and May 15, 1986 as Peace Officers Memorial Day in the State of California and 
urge all citizens to join in this special observance. 



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 April 
1986. 




Governor of California »/ 



ATTEST: 



^«»(~r*»tarv r»f Staff ' 



Secretary of State 



4641 



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FILED 

•n th. ollle* of ♦»» ^?^ t *°^ 
of 4«M SKit« of Colrfornlo 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, crime is a continuing human tragedy which requires our constant vigilance 
and concerted action; and 

WHEREAS, over 1.7 million crimes are reported in California each year, wt s many 
other crimes remain unreported; and 

WHEREAS, law enforcement officials througtiout the state attribute the decrease of 
crime in certain jurisdictions to greater citizen awareness of crime prevention measures 
through such volunteer efforts as Neighborhood Watch, Crime Watch and personal safety 
programs; and 

WHEREAS, in order to continue the fight against crime, it is essential to encourage 
increased public awareness and citizen involvement in Neighborhood Watch programs in every 
community throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions made by over 50,000 Neighborhood Watch groups currently operating in 
California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as California Neighborhood Watch Month in honor of the thousands 
of citizens who share a concern for crime and are willing to become personally involved in 
organized efforts to eliminate crime in their communities. 



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 April 
1986. 

Governor of California (/ 




ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED 

tn fhe offic* of the Secretory of Shrte 
of i<M SttM of California 

APR 1 8 '9^r, 

MARCtUONG EU, Secretan of Sbte 
Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, p>ets come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from mice and hamsters to horses 
and cows; and 

WHEREAS, regardless of size or animal type, all pets are deserving of humane treatment 
and responsible care by their owners; and 

WHEREAS, people derive many benefits from their pets, such as improved health, 
companionship and affection; and 

WHEREAS, our quality of life is enhanced by a loving relationship with our pets; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May tt, 1986, the California Veterinary Medical 
Association will be focusing attention on the importance of treating animals in a responsible and 
caring manner; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 't-lO, 1986 as California Pet Week and encourage all Californians to join 
in appropriate observances. 



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 April 
1986. 



Governor of California 




4643 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED ^ 

In Iht office of th« Secretary of Stot»S 
of Ae SMe of ColHornio 

MARCH FOHG EU, Secretsry of State | 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the efficient and effective administration of health care is enhanced by the 
accurate recording of medical information and patient histories; and 

WHEREAS, as the health care profession becomes more specialized, the maintenance of 
accurate records becomes even more vital to the health and welfare of all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, properly recorded medical information provides valuable insight to doctors 
and scientists as they search for cures to countless diseases; and 

WHEREAS, the responsibility of maintaining medical records in California resides with 
members of the California Medical Record Association which is observing Medical Record 
Week during the week of June 2, 1986; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June 2-6, 1986 as Medical Record 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 18th day of April 
1986. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State 



4644 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In th* offica of the S«cretary of Shrts 

of «(w Stat» of Colifornio "y"*!^ 



MARCrf RMG EU, Secret^ of /Stats / 
n Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Mexico has a long, proud history in which she has fought to maintain her 
sovereignty in the face of rugged aggression; and 

WHEREAS, this strength and courage was clearly demonstrated on May 5, 1862 during 
the Battle of Puebla when the Mexican soldiers defeated the invading French army in Mexico's 
heroic struggle for independence; and 

WHEREAS, as a result of this courageous victory against tremendous odds, Cinco de 
Mayo became a symbol of freedom and independence to Mexicans throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, California's heritage proudly incorporates much of the rich Mexican culture 
and communities throughout the state will join in celebrating Cinco de Mayo and the freedom 
it represents; and 

WHEREAS, Cinco de Mayo celebrations provide an excellent opportunity to recognize 
the important and lasting contributions Mexicans have made to California's political, social, 
and cultural development; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5, 1986 as Cinco de Mayo in California and encourage all citizens to 
participate in festivities commemorating this historic occasion. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and causea the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of April 
1986. 




Governor of California ** 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 






4645 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •« *. o£ J ir JL?of s^ 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, America is a land blessed with countless individual rights and freedoms which 
are enjoyed by all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, these precious liberties are embodied in the United States Constitution and 
the Bill of Rights, two profound documents which are revered and duplicated throughout the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, as the basis for all laws in America, the United States Constitution provides 
guidance and direction to all citizens, particularly those who are concerned with enforcing and 
interpreting the law; and 

WHEREAS, the restrictions set forth in laws are more than equaled by the rights and 
protection we receive from our laws; and 

WHEREAS, traditionally Congress and the President have designated May 1 as a day to 
appreciate the litjerties given us by our laws and to rededicate ourselves to their protection; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1, 1986 as Law Day in California and encourage all citizens to 
participate in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 

and caused the Great Seal of the State of 

California to be affixed this 2'fth day of April 

86. 



Governor of California 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




4646 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA .^Llh3^?^^ 



of llw Stat* of California 




MARCH BONG EU, SfcretAry ef Stats 



/ / 



Dejsuty 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, since its inception nearly 100 years ago, electricity has been an integral part 
of American lives, lighting our homes, powering our machines and energizing a diversity of 
products; and 

WHEREAS, while nearly all consumers depend upon electricity, many of us are not aware 
of the hazards of electricity and electrical products; and 

WHEREAS, electrical fires kill an estimated 1,000 Americans each year and injure an 
estimated 10,700 more, while electrocutions in the home claim another 500 lives yearly; and 

WHEREAS, property losses from electrical fires approximate $1.1 billion each year; and 

WHEREAS, many electrical fires, deaths and injuries could be prevented if consumers 
were aware of electrical hazards in and around the home; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as Electrical Safety Awareness Month in California and urge all 
citizens to join in appropriate efforts to better understand and appreciate the need for the 
safe use of electricity. 



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 April 
)86. 




4647 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th* offic* o* the Secretary of State 
of the State of Colifernia 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State 
^ Deputy O 



By 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, hunger in the United States continues to l>e a serious and difficult problem 
that plagues our nation; and 

WHEREAS, some estimate that at least 20 million United States citizens suffer from 
hunger, with the number of Americans seeking food assistance rising at a rate in excess of 50% 
per year; and 

WHEREAS, hunger increases the risk of ill health, particularly among vulnerable 
population groups such as pregnant women, young children and the elderly; and 

WHEREAS, individual citizens, government entities and private organizations must work 
together to address the serious task of ending hunger in the United States; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as End American Hunger Month in California and urge all citizens 
to work together in their communities and throughout the state to end hunger in the United 
States. 



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 April 
1986. 




4648 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



APR 2 5 ''9^0 

Deputy y 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, communication disorders are ttiis nation's most prevalent condition of the 
handicapped with one out of every ten people suffering from some kind of speech, language or 
hearing disordef-; and 

WHEREAS, because they are invisible impairments, hearing loss and speech problems are 
often misunderstood by the general public; and 

WHEREAS, public awareness of these disabilities can lead to early detection and proper 
treatment while facilitating better understanding toward communication impaired persons; and 

WHEREAS, increased community support and knowledge of the needs of those with 
deafness and communicative disabilities encourages those who suffer from these impairments 
to recognize and develop their full potential; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of May, concerned citizens and interested organizations 
throughout California have joined together in observing Deaf Awareness and Better Speech and 
Hearing Month in an effort to increase understanding of the needs of people with communica- 
tion disorders; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19'?6 as Deaf Awareness and Better Speech and Hearing Month in 
California and urge all citizens to join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of April 
1986. 




^/CJc* <5^ /^^«*A>0->^^-M'**-' 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



4649 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In Hm offic* of t4w Secretary of Stat* 
of the Stat* of California 

AFR2 5^986 
MARCiilFONG EU, Secretaiy^f State 

I Deputy^ /f 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder which causes tumors at the 
nerve endings, including disfigurement, scoliosis, learning disabilities, bone defects and 
hypertension; and 

WHEREAS, this puzzling disease afflicts one in every 3,000 people; and 

WHEREAS, those who suffer from NF have special needs that are best met with love, 
compassion and the most modern medical technology; and 

WHEREAS, because NF can lead to social isolation and loneliness, the National 
Neurofibromatosis Foundation has organized mutual support and discussion groups to alleviate 
the fears and isolation of NF; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness regardii.Q "^e circumstances surrounding this 
disease may encourage further research and better undersianoi-.g of this developmental disorder; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as Neurofibromatosis Month and urge all citizens to gain a better 
understanding of this tragic illness. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of April 
1986. 



Governor 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State / 



4650 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «" *• *«. »♦ confoTnta 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA mar, 



APR 2 f": '^^r, 




MARCfOoNG EU, Secrrtny ^ State/ 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, drowning is a needless tragedy that is 100 percent preventable; and 

WHEREAS, drowning continues to be a major cause of accidental death among children 
under five years of age in California; and 

WHEREAS, drowning accidents most frequently occur during the months of April through 
September; and 

WHEREAS, drowning accidents that do not result in death often cause irreversible brain 
damage; and 

WHEREAS, a near-drowning accident can be emotionally and financially devastating to 
victims and their families; and 

WHEREAS, individual citizens, government agencies and private entities must work 
together to prevent drowning accidents; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as Drowning Prevention Month in California and urge all citizens to 
join in efforts to increase public awareness regarding the need for safety near water. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of April 
1986. 





5^ 

Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4651 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ""^^tl'^^T^J^ "^ 

APR P r 'nc" 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA mar^aLgeu. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout California's history, various methods of transportation have 
contributed significantly to our growth and development, from the days of river navigation to 
the jet age and beyond; and 

WHEREAS, an effective transportation system enhances our economic well-being and 
enriches the lives of all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the transportation programs implemented by the California State Depart- 
ment of Transportation and federal regulatory bodies have provided this state and this country 
with the most efficient transportation services in the world; and 

WHEREAS, the diversity of California's population challenges transportation officials to 
meet a variety of needs—from providing low-cost transportation services to responding to the 
sf>ecialization of the business community; and 

WHEREAS, the California State Department of Transportation joins with the American 
Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in saluting the dedicated men and 
women who comprise the work force of our transportation system and contribute to the daily 
needs of every Californian; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 11-17, 1986 as Transportation Week in California and encourage all 
citizens to participate in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be aifixed this 25th day of April 
1986. 




Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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4652 






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FILED 

(n riw offic* of tti« S«crHory o» St(rt» 
of Km Stal* o( CalHornki 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT a"!^ 2 - ■:^^^ 

MARCfTVoNG EU, Secrafafy a» State 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ,^MhmW^' 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, America is a land with a strong belief in God where people serve and pray to 
God with fervor and dedication; and 

WHEREAS, through prayer, we are able to strengthen our faith and reaffirm our 
commitment to God as well as to our nation; and 

WHEREAS, a nation's recognition of the need to pray, and the personal and communal 
benefits derived by prayer, are the first steps toward maintaining our religious freedom, which 
includes the freedom to worship the God of our choice; and 

WHEREAS, every year since 1952, the President of the United States has prolcaimed a 
National Day of Prayer and called upon citizens to gather together to pray for all mankind; 
and 

WHEREAS, this year the National Day of Prayer will be observed on May 1; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1, 1986 as a Day of Prayer 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 25th day of April 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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4653 




in Hht offie* of »»ie Secretory <A State 
of Ifie State of Colifornio 



EXECUTIVE DEMRTMENT ^^^^.^^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA '^ '^^f^^i^'^'n 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, during World War II, six million Jews were murdered in the Nazi Holocaust as 
part of a systematic program of genocide, and millions of other people perished as victims of 
Nazism; and 

WHEREAS, the atrocities committed by the Nazis have become a potent symbol of 
grevious crimes committed against all humanity; and 

WHEREAS, as guardians of peace, freedom and justice, Americans have a special 
obligation and duty to shine the bright light of truth on the horrible events of the past to 
ensure that this dark chapter in our history is never forgotten, ignored or repeated; and 

WHEREAS. May 6 has been designated pursuant to an Act of Congress and 
internationally as Yom Hoshoah, A Day of Remembrance of Victims of the Nazi Holocaust- 
and 

WHEREAS, this observance allows all Californians the opportunity to rededicate 
themselves to the cherished American principles of equal justice for all people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 6-1 1, 1986 as Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust and 
urge all citizens to strive to overcome prejudice and inhumanity through education, vigilance 
and resistance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my land 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 28th day of April 
1986. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

!n the offica of the Sacretary of Sttrt* 
of tlM Stat* of California 

AFIT2 8-p^-: 
IG EU. Se^rg^ o{>5t3tB 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



Deputy 




WHEREAS, the United States armed forces are composed of various units which combine 
to skillfully defend our nation and her cherished freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Coast Guard is a vital segment of this protective force, 
serving as both a military unit and a law enforcement agency for almost 200 years; and 

WHEREAS, originally created to assist the U.S. Revenue Service in preventing smuggling 
and collecting customs fees, the Coast Guard's duties have expanded to include, among other 
things, enforcing sailing rules, aiding ships and aircraft in distress, flood relief, and 
maintaining navigational aids, such as lighthouses and radio t)eacons; and 

WHEREAS, with 900 miles of sea coast, California depends on the Coast Guard for 
maritime safety and, as a result, the two iiave developed a special relationship; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women who serve in the Coast Guard are deserving of 
our appreciation and gratitude for their dedication and commitment to preserve our safety; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 3, 1986 as Coast Guard Appreciation Day. 



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 April 
1986. 




Governor of California 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

hi K«e offic* of the Secretary of State 
of the State of Colifornia 

APR 2 9'9P' 

MARCH FONG EU, Secrett2[^d St:t8 
^ Deputy ^— ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ok the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, California is known far and wide as a land of progress and opportunity; and 

WHEREAS, this reputation can be attributed to California's tiealttiy economy to whicti 
small businesses contribute significantly; and 

WHEREAS, California's small businesses form the foundation of our state's economy and 
provide countless employment opportunities for our citizens; and 

WHEREAS, small business owners posses a unique combination of leadership, motivation 
and resourcefulness which enhance California's reputation as a leader in the world of small 
business; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 18-25, Small Business Week is observed throughout 
the nation to lend recognition to the important role of small business to our economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18-25, 1986 as Small Business Week in California and urge all citizens to 
pursue growth and improvement in California's small business community. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to b»e affixed this 29th day of April 




4656 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•n th« offic* of the S^rtrtory o» »«rt» |g 
of «(m Slate o» Co!«ornla 

APR 2 9'9W 

MARCHB^G EU, Secretary cf Stats 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, man's curiosity has continually led him to explore new frontiers and conquer 
the many challenges which await; and 

WHEREAS, perhaps the greatest frontier and most imposing challenge has been space 
which mystified man for centuries before yielding to his endeavors in the 20th century; and 

WHEREAS, the United States has been a leader in space exploration and succeeded in 
entering space with a manned spacecraft on May 5, 1961; and 

WHEREAS, Alan Shepard's historic flight has been followed by many achievements 
including the first man on the moon, sky lab missions, and the space shuttle program; and 

WHEREAS, an important component of America's space program are the dedicated 
astronauts who have willingly accepted the challenges and risks of space exploration; and 

WHEREAS, these intelligent, patriotic men and women are deserving of our praise and 
appreciation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 5, 1986 as Astronaut Day in California and encourage all citizens to 
reflect upon these American heroes who have contributed so much to our country. 

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 April 
?86. 




4657 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



o( th* S»al» a» ColHwnio 

APR 2 <^'y^i' 
NIARCIUDNG EU, Swretjry of SUti 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the services of registered nurses are essential to providing quality heaitti 
care to the citizens of this state; and 

WHEREAS, there are nearly 1.6 million registered nurses in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, registered nurses touch the lives of virtually every citizen through health 
care and health education; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women who comprise the nursing profession 
continually strive to improve the quality of services they provide through research and 
education; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate registered 
nurses for their continued delivery of quality health care; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 6, 1986 as Nurses' Day in California and urge all citizens to join in this 
important observance. 



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 April 
1986. 




Governor of California C/ 

ATTEST: / 



Secretary of State 



j5> «ri. 



4658 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '" *-o?t: t:* JST„^ ^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of- the State of Calitornia 




WHEREAS, since its founding in 1897, the California Congress of Parents, Teachers and 
Students, Inc. has provided guidance and assistance to all individuals involved in the 
educational process; and 

WHEREAS, the PTA has been instrumental in expanding educational opportunities for all 
children and youth and has assisted in efforts to improve the quality of education provided our 
young people; and 

WHEREAS, by uniting parents, students, teachers and administrators, the PTA enhances 
the dialogue among concerned citizens and improves the home life of all; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated efforts of the PTA enrich the lives of all Californians and 
demonstrate the need for cooperation and communication as we work to provide quality 
education to California's children; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the PTA be recognized for its commitment to 
excellence and dedication to our most vital resource; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1986 as PTA Month 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 30th day of April 
1986. 




4&^ft^taM 



/J GovernQt.of California 

ATTEST: " 

Secretary of State / 



t3 i 



a-m aCW^^ t!S 



4659 



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I ^pM^-x ^JJKs'x Vbi. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

•fl th« ofBcs of lt» 5«retory o» S»ot» 
of 1f)« Stat* of Colifornio 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA T 

By 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout history, Americans have looked to science as a means of 
achieving a better future; and 

WHEREAS, the pace of scientific discovery has accelerated with its effects being felt 
worldwide; and 

WHEREAS, America must continually strive to undertake basic research in science as 
well as to develop new technological applications of scientific ideas; and 

WHEREAS, as we meet the challenges that the rapid advance of scientific knowledge 
creates for us, we can look forward with confidence to an era of scientific discovery and 
technological innovation unimagined only a few years ago; and 

WHEREAS, it is particularly important to provide our young people with quality 
scientific education; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the import- 
ance of science, technology and science education to our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 12-18, 1986 as Science Week in California and urge all citizens to join in 
appropriate observances. 



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 May 
1986. 




Governor of California 




/Xm. 



..^L^ 



IJYImaoIa Jrv^ky 

Secretary of State ' 



>^ taHe^ iri> 



4660 



n Si 



U SI 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the offic* of fh» Secretary of Stole 
of the State of California 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, May 11, 1986 marks the 'tOth anniversary of the international voluntary 
organization, CARE, and the arrival of the first CARE packages in Europe to aid the survivors 
of World War II; and 

WHEREAS, CARE was born from the aspirations of 23 American economic, religious and 
ethnic organizations that recognized that a new approach was required to render international 
assistance, and therefore formed a cooperative originally known as the "Cooperative for 
American Remittances to Europe"; and 

WHEREAS, for t^O years, CARE has provided over %U billion of assistance in the form of 
food distribution, disaster relief and refugee aid, as well as funding for ongoing long-term 
development; and 

WHEREAS, CARE no longer sends packages, but instead sponsors people-to-people 
programs which provide assistance in nutrition, health, education, small enterprise develop- 
ment and agroforestry in 36 Third World countries; and 

WHEREAS, CARE is celebrating its itOth birthday during the week of May 11-17; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 11-17, 1986 as CARE Week in California and urge all citizens to join in 
appropriate observances. 



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 May 
1986. 





ir^c- ^KJUjJc^^^Jt^f'^*^^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4661 



olt v'iJIW-ii k.'6. 



3k ' 






1^ *^^ 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In ttw office of the Secretary of Stat* 
of ««M Stale of Calitarnki 

MAYS -^QRr, 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, more than 100,000 older Californians reside in nursing homes in our state and 
studies indicate that one in five older persons may at some time reside in a nursing home; and 

WHEREAS, nursing home residents contribute significantly to California and continue to 
share their knowledge and experience; and 

WHEREAS, these special people deserve a compassionate environment which fosters 
independence as they continue to grow and seek life's rewards; and 

WHEREAS, the California Department of Aging strives to meet the needs of older 
citizens in an understanding and thoughtful manner and works to encourage nursing home 
residents to remain active in their communities by participating in the myriad of programs 
which serve seniors in our state; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians join in support of nursing home residents 
to demonstrate our concern and respect for these valued citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 11-17, 1986 as Nursing Home Week in California and urge all citizens to 
recognize and appreciate California's nursing home residents. 



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 May 



L^ /Qu.J^--^ — 



]3!^M Staty 



Deputy ^ 




4662 



*>'» If aJLb-m ifSJU^ vSXf^ ifSC^ ^ej 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

m tw OfRc4 of the S6cr story or Stotv 
of th* Stat* oi California 

M,\Y 2 - ^Qon 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA S^^ 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with vibrant, prospering communities which are 
enhanced by the enthusiastic involvement of Chambers of Commerce; and 

WHEREAS, as individual, non-profit, volunteer organizations dedicated to improving 
their communities. Chambers of Commerce provide valuable support to civic endeavors and 
promote civic pride; and 

WHEREAS, Chambers of Commerce contribute significantly to the vitality and strength 
of the communities they serve and enrich the business climate of the state; and 

WHEREAS, throughout their communities, Chambers of Commerce have created an 
atmosphere of community awareness and economic growth and development which has made 
California a better place in which to live, worl<, and raise families; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we recognize Chambers of Commerce and the private 
sector that serve our state with dedication and fervor; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May li-lU, 1986 as Chamber of Commerce 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 1st day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



4663 



^^ u'e^W'U tfuflU'^ ^iJKi^ iCl^ISf VBh 



FILED 

In th* eflica of th« Secrvtoiy of State 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -^ ^^ sk^ «^ coiko.„io 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California has a proud, noble history which can be seen in the buildings of the 
past, from majestic homes to simple churches; and 

WHEREAS, the preservation of these relics provides an opportunity to study the customs 
as well as construction techniques of our ancestors; and 

WHEREAS, a reverence for our past and its structures offers all students of history an 
opportunity to further their understanding of the present and enrich their hopes for the future; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we honor historic places and buildings and rededicate 
ourselves to their preservation for the enlightenment of future generations; and 

WHEREAS, the week of May 11, 1986 has been designated National Historic Preservation 
Week to focus attention on historic places and their importance of the future; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 11-17, 1986 as Historic Preservation 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 1st day of May 



/^ 



ATTEST: 




.r^ /Qm.^.J>--^ 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State ; 



4664 




SsBK ^s«^ imi saci sacr-x ^ac^^j^^^ ^=*'^' 

rt« offic of the Secretonr ?< ^tnt. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, mothers make substantial contributions to the well-being of progress of not 
only each family unit but of the entire human family; and 

life; and 

the lives of the next generation; and 

WHEREAS, too often we fail to express our love and gratitude to our mothers for the 
manyTacfmces ihey have made for us throughout their lives; and 

WHEREAS it is appropriate that we set aside a special day of recognition for mothers 
and encourage^ll citizens' to'pay tribute to their mothers on this special day; 

^^^r- . r-crsore rtPiiKMFlIAN Governor of the State of California, do 

state and the many contributions they make to our lives. 



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 May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



o *__.. ^* Q + oto ' 



Secretary of State 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT "^J^^^^ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA "-'"^^^ST^nE 






I ? 



4665 




F I LED _. 

»n A. office o« the S."^ •» *°^J 
of ttM S«at» of ColHofBla 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ,, 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA "^"^^^^iiro 



MARCH FONG RJ, Secretorv 0< SUtl ; 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, quality education is society's most precious and lasting gift to future 
generations; and 

WHEREAS, the state's school administrators are dedicated to promoting excellence in 
education; and 

WHEREAS, school administrators play an important role by ensuring that a quality 
curriculum is in operation for teachers to instruct students in a wide variety of subjects; and 

WHEREAS the role of the school administrator is becoming more demanding and 
complex, requiring him or her to be knowledgeable about current laws and legislation affecting 
students and staff; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the important 
role school administrators play in providing our youth with a proper education; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19-23, 1986 as School Administrators Week In California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I tiave hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed ttiis 5th day of May 
1986. 




4666 



o^ a^aibV ^il 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

hi ttm offica of the Secretary of State 
of Mm Stat* d CoHfernto 



MARCHfflNG Eli Secrejao of State 
Deputy Q 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, parliamentary law embodies the democratic principles of justice, oh>edience 
to law and order, courtesy, and a regard for the rights of all; and 

WHEREAS, knowledge and practice of parliamentary procedure facilitates efficiency and 
harmony in organizational meetings; and 

WHEREAS, a greater understanding of transacted business is achieved through the use of 
parliamentary procedure; and 

WHEREAS, this year is the l«f9th anniversary of the birth of General Henry M. Robert 
whose Rules of Order is recognized as America's highest authority on parliamentary law for 
deliberative assemblies; and 

WHEREAS, the California State Association of Parliamentarians stresses the education 
and usage of parliamentary procedure in order to promote the spirit of justice and fairness; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1986 as Parliamentary Law Month 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 Mav 
1986. 



4L«M. 





Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 



ll)flMA0JA JrmJiu 

Secretary of State / 



4667 






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I i^UU'it VfiAa^ K'oXrf^ If'&i 



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""TS elDlS Cmp affiT" ""*" -''^~" 

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o-il k'cjfc-i «-i*iSi >r£SJ\ I 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Hie «>Hic of ihe ^'^^ !^ *°^ 5£ 
of *• SKrtt of Colrfornlo ■* 

MAY 7 - '9«f^ 
MARCH FOWe EU SecrrtMy of StaU 

Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, senior citizens contribute significantly to the welfare of the State of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, the elderly deserve a compassionate environment which fosters independence 
as they seek to enjoy their golden years; and 

WHEREAS, the California Association of Homes for the Aging, an association of nearly 
275 nonprofit facilities, is dedicated to meeting the special needs of senior citizens; and 

WHEREAS, this fine organization has provided housing services and health care to 
approximately 75,000 elderly residents throughout California; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 11-17, the California Association of the Homes for 
the Aging is sponsoring Homes for the Aging Week in an effort to focus attention on senior 
citizens and their living facilities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1 1-17, 1986 as Homes for the Aging 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 7th day of May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California *J 



Secretary of State / 



4668 



»ji^ vrftX^'k mTuX^'^ i^^XiTm tCii 



«^ »'S*»ll <!6i 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



an iitaci ffflfJ nfflp 

.^-K v:tjrs\ i^&*^-s a-e^J^-s K'fc*^ 



FILED 

In the ofBee of the Secretary of State 
of ttw Stat* st California 

^,^..\y f] _ 'nor; 
Mfiff H FONG EU, secretary of St3t8 , 



Deputy 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, Ethel Percy Andrus is a native Californian wtio had the vision to found the 
American Association of Retired Persons, an organization dedicated to enhancing the quality 
of life among older Americans while promoting independence, dignity and purpose among this 
special segment of the population; and 

WHEREAS, this remarkable woman had a tenacity of purpose that came from a deep 
faith in herself and the knowledge that she had the support of others who shared her 
convictions; and 

WHEREAS, her dedicated endeavors to improve the image of aging touched the lives of 
older Americans across the nation; and 

WHEREAS, despite her death in 1967, her legacy lives on in the lives of 22 million 
Americans over 50 who are members of the organization she founded; and 

WHEREAS, during May 26-29. AARP delegates and members will meet on the occasion 
of their biennial convention for the purpose of celebrating AARP's achievements of the past 28 
years and to rededicate themselves to the principles and ideals of the founder; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 29, 1986 as Ethel Percy Andrus Day in honor of this remarkable woman 
and her many worthy endeavors on behalf of older Americans. 



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 May 



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^Qic.9-^rjc-. ^^^fc^-i-^'i-.^-"-!***— * 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Ultii: / 



Secretary of State 



t3 I 



4669 



4^ MTdAo^ i£6X^ i^aJBSt aTciJU^ aC&A^ k'&X,>9'M i 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F 1 U E D 

Id Km office of the Secretory o» SWf 
of the State of California 

MAY a -- """^^^ 

MARCH FONG EU. Secretary of State 
U D«poty 



T 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, ileitis and colitis are inflamatory bowel diseases which afflict 2 million 
Americans; and 

WHEREAS, these painful, chronic intestinal illnesses have particularly severe effects on 
children; and 

WHEREAS, while the causes and cures of this tragic disease elude us, hope lies in 
continued research and in increased public awareness of these serious and widespread diseases; 
and 

WHEREAS, the National Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis is a nonprofit health agency 
dedicated to educating victims, their families and the general public regarding the effects of 
these tragic diseases; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the important 
work of the Foundation and its efforts to increase public awareness of the medical problems of 
ileitis and colitis; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18-2'>, 1986 as Ileitis and Colitis Awareness 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 8th day of May 
1986. 




;Tnor of Cali 




fornia 






Secretary of State 



4670 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 






STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^^"^z 



i' State, 



Deputy 




2i 1 






EXECUTIVE ORDER D-51-86 






WHEREAS, the economic strength and vitality of California's economy are being 
undermined by the expansion of an "underground economy," in which the payment of payroll 
and sales taxes, the withholding of income taxes, and the filing of legally required reports with 
state and federal taxing agencies are avoided through the use of cash payments for goods and 
services; and 

WHEREAS, underground economic activity currently amounts to an estimated $^^0 billion 
in otherwise legal business transactions in California without the payment of any taxes to 
state government; and 

WHEREAS, it is estimated that California loses more than $2 billion each year in income 
taxes alone because of the underground economy; and 

WHEREAS, all law-abiding taxpayers, employers and employees in California are harmed 
by these illegal activities; and 

WHEREAS, the Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy, 
known as The Little Hoover Commission, undertook a major study of California's underground 
economy to identify ways in which the state can more effectively deter these activities 
through detection and enforcement; and 

WHEREAS, The Little Hoover Commission recommends the establishment of a multi- 
agency task force to develop steps to improve the effectiveness of the state government in 
eliminating underground economic activities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. There is hereby created a multi-agency task force, composed of representatives of 
the Department of Industrial Relations, the Employment Development Department, and 
the Contractors State License Board. 

The Franchise Tax Board and the Board of Equalization are invited and encouraged 
to join in the work of the multi-agency task force and to become signatories to 
interagency agreements among members of the task force. 

2. The task force shall be charged with the following nonexclusive responsibilities: 

a. to enhance the development and sharing of information necessary to combat 
the underground economy; 



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to improve the coordination of enforcement activities; and 

c. to develop methods to pool and focus the enforcement resources of all 
members of the task force in support of the enforcement activities of individual 
agencies. 

3. The task force is authorized and empowered: 

a. to form multi-agency teams when appropriate to utilize the collective 
investigative and enforcement capabilities of the task force members; and 

b. to establish committees and promulgate rules of procedure as required or 
convenient in carrying out activities of the task force; and 

c. to solicit the cooperation and participation of district attorneys and the 
Attorney General in the work of the task force. 

I*. All state agencies reporting to the Governor are directed, and all other public 
entities are requested, to assist the task force and its subordinate bodies in the 
implementation of this executive order. 

5. The task force shall submit a report to the Governor on its work and accomplish- 
ments on or before March 1 of each year. 

6. The Director of the Department of Industrial Relations shall serve as chairperson 
of the Task Force. 



ATTEST: 




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 May 1986 

Governor of California ^ 



Secretary of State ' 




4671 



KS8 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT„^JE;I LEJ?^,^ 

of 1^ Stort* oJ ColHornio 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA may i ? w^ 

IIWWK'VoNG EU. SecreWV of Sf3t» 

r Deputy 



4 



•~\ 




./ 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the good health of our children is vital to the future of our nation; and 

WHEREAS, the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children are dedicated to protecting the 
health of all young people, providing skilled care and compassion to those in great need; and 

WHEREAS, throughout California and the nation, the Shriners Hospital System offers 
treatment free of charge to the many children in need of care, due to the concerned support of 
Shriners throughout North America; and 

WHEREAS, the San Francisco Shrine Hospital has a valued reputation as an orthopedic 
hospital and a rehabilitative treatment center for children with spinal cord injuries; and 

WHEREAS, on May 18, 1986, the San Francisco Shriners Hospital will celebrate Shrine 
Hospital Day; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18, 1986 as Shrine Hospital 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 12th day of May 
1986. 

Governor of California -^ 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State / 



4672 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



F lUED 



of 4tM Stol* of ColHomta 

MAY 1 4 ''986 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA march]fong eu. 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, to maintain good health requires the skill and expertise of countless 
individuals within the health care profession; and 

WHEREAS, surgical technologists comprise a significant and important segment of 
health care professionals, performing vital and technical tasks with precision and accuracy; 
and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated and reliable efforts of surgical technologists enhance Califor- 
nia's medical community and underscore their genuine concern for the welfare of their 
fellowman; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 19, 1986, the Association of Surgical Technologists 
will observe Surgical Technologists Week; and 

WHEREAS, this observance provides an excellent opportunity to recognize the scientific 
and technical personnel whose professional work improves the health care of all citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, 
do hereby proclaim May 19-25, 1986 as Surgical Technologists 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 I'fth day of May 
1986. 




Governo^of California // 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4673 






>3^ M'dA^'K tCt^ 



,i\ af^Xii-s )^i- 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

(n tiw elfk* of the Secretary of SW» 
of <tw Slota of CalHornki 

^'.^Y ] <" 'Q-' 
MAROfl FONG EU, Secret>ty »( State 

/ Deputy ~/ 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, ttiroughout California we are blessed with vibrant, prospering communities 
which are enhanced by the hard work of service clubs and community organizations; and 

WHEREAS, the Active 20-30 Club of California is one group which enriches our 
communities through its commitment to assist and support children's charities; and 

WHEREAS, as a member of the World Council of Service Clubs, the Active 20-30 Club 
shares the objectives of encouraging active, responsible citizenship; and 

WHEREAS, members of Active 20-30 Club and its sister organizations gain insight into 
their own communities by sharing their hospitality and friendship with international visitors; 
and 

WHEREAS, the Active 20-30 Club of California will host a delegation representing the 
associations of the World Council of Service Clubs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby welcome these international visitors to California and commend the Active 20-30 Club 
and the World Council of Service Clubs on their steadfast commitment and illustrious record 
of community service. 



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 May 
1986. 




yO^*.<^^,e^ XjOU^KJC.^^'.fsJt ^ * """ ' 



'r- 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



4674 



I lOJK^'k l^eA^'x 1 



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£3 I 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In 1n# offios Oi tw Soci stciry of Stats 
of 4iw Slate of California 



MARCK PONG EU, 



•OQl- 




MARCK FONG EU, Secr^ of^Stats / 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, quality education is society's most precious and lasting gift to future 
generations; and 

WHEREAS, to provide quality education to our young people requires the dedication and 
perseverance of all school employees; and 

WHEREAS, classified school employees bring a special concern to their place of 
employment, ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of our schools and enhancing the lives of 
the students; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians join in honoring classified school 
employees who contribute significantly to the operations of our schools and the education of 
our young people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 19-25, 1986 as Classified School Employee 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 15th day of May 
1986. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



•MRCH/FDNG EU, Seci 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 




WHEREAS, for 50 years the Women's Civic Improvement Center has compiled an 
illustrious record of service to the community; and 

WHEREAS, established as an organization to assist single Black women, the Women's 
Civic Improvement Center has continued to respond effectively and compassionately to the 
needs of others; and 

WHEREAS, the Women's Civic Improvement Center instituted diverse programs which 
promote responsible citizens and encourage the involvement of all underprivileged citizens in 
the community; and 

WHEREAS, among these vital programs are weatherization assistance, summer lunches 
and camping opportunities for needy children, and informational workshops to address all 
segments of the population; and 

WHEREAS, the Women's Civic Improvement Center and its dedicated members are 
deserving of special recognition for their extensive record of community service and genuine 
concern for the welfare of all citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Women's Civic Improvement Center and offer t>est wishes for every 
future fulfillment. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 1 5th day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California 



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ATTEST: 



iflOAOJ/] 



Secretary of State 




4676 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



Jn th« office rf the Swejwy o« Stat. 
of itM Stole I* CalHofnio 

MAY 1 9 '986 

MARCH FONG EU.^SecrettJX^Of State 
7 deputy C--^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the first World Trade Week proclamation 
in 1935, signifying the United States' recognition of the importance of increased world trade; 
and 

WHEREAS, California is this nation's leading trading state and is the largest producer of 
agricultural, electronic, aerospace and entertainment service products, all of which have large 
export markets; and 

WHEREAS, as the gateway to the Pacific Rim, California is especially cognizant of the 
importance of world trade to our economy; and 

WHEREAS trade is vital to the continuing health of California's economy, providing 
more than one million jobs and giving consumers quality and selection at reasonable prices; and 

WHEREAS, this year's World Trade Week theme, "Export for America's Future" reflects 
the continuing role of international trade to our world economic position; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May IS-IH, 1986 as World Trade 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 15th day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California 




Secretary of State / 



4677 



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FILED 

of ttw SW* o» Colifornlo 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ^JZl^l^'^^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^Q^^. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



/ Deputy 




WHEREAS, ttiroughout California children with special needs, including children three 
years of age and older, those with mixed racial background, or possessing emotional or physical 
handicaps, await adoption; and 

WHEREAS, over 100 of these children have found loving, supportive homes through the 
KXTV-Channel 10, Sacramento, "Waiting Child" program, hosted by Bob Burton; and 

WHEREAS, Bob Burton, in cooperation with Allan Howard and Roger Bergson, has 
dedicated countless hours and energy on the children featured in "Waiting Child", discovering 
their unique and loving personalities; and 

WHEREAS, the California Department of Social Services, Adoptions Branch, and local 
public adoption agencies have contributed their resources to ensure the success of this most 
worthwhile program; and 

WHEREAS, all individuals involved in producing "Waiting Child" are deserving of 
recognition for their steadfast commitment to and genuine concern for the welfare of these 
special children; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend Bob Burton, Allan Howard and Roger Bergson on their illustrious record of 
public service, and offer best wishes for every future fulfillment. 



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 May 
1986. 




Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 



Serretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4678 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F T C E D 

h Ih* offic* of ttl« Secretary of Stat* 
«f Km St«« of CalHornia 



MAY I p, 'Oor 
MARCH F0N6 EU, SKretary cf State 



By 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Go\ et nor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the protection of one's property, hiealth and financial security is a privilege 
sought by a majority of citizens; and 

WHEREAS, insurance, a common and effective means of providing that protection, is a 
growing industry whicti offers numerous opportunities to women; and 

WHEREAS, women bring a special creativity and ingenuity to the Insurance industry and 
enhance related areas such as insurance education, crime prevention and public awareness; and 

WHEREAS, these professional women are assisted in their job by the programs and 
outreach of the National Association of Insurance Women; and 

WHEREAS, throughout California, local chapters of the National Association of Insur- 
ance Women will be observing National Insurance Women's Week during the third week of May; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May \i-2k, 1986 as Insurance Women's 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 16th day of May 
1986. 






Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



4679 



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o< ftM SMt* of ColHorala 



l^'AY 1 0^986 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA .^^TTI^ 



of state 

J 



U Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Enterostomal Therapy (ET) Nurses are registered nurses who have chosen a 
new and special career that offers professional opportunities and unique satisfaction; and 

WHEREAS, ET nurses are dedicated to meeting the special needs of patients who must 
undergo ostomy surgery; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated professionals provide compassionate support to patients with 
ostomies, draining wounds, pressure sores and incontinence; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all California recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions of ET nurses to the health of the citizens of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 21, 1986 as Enterostomal Therapy Nurse 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 May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




^Oc> Kr^ /Oije*-cX^»-.*^^t*-*-— ' 



Governor of California 



IJYImaoIa Jrm^ 



Secretary of State / 



2' JS 



4680 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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f ^i/JH^'a K'm&'^ I^^Ao'A w'c^X^\ L'±^.*^^ ^'aA'i'M l^£. 



FILED 

In <Im offic* of the Sacretary of Stat* 
of th* S«(rt« of California 

MAY 1 P '9Rn 
MARCHTONe EU, Secretary of StitB 



Depwty '^) 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the health of the citizens of the State of California is vitally important to 
ttie welfare of our state; and 

WHEREAS, a large portion of Californians live in rural areas and have special health 
care needs; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that rural health care providers exchange information and 
share current research relating to the important services they provide; and 

WHEREAS, during May 21-2'f, the National Rural Health Care Association is holding its 
9th Annual National Conference on Rural Health; and 

WHEREAS, this important conference will enable health care organizations to improve 
their skills in the areas of administrative research, policy analysis and clinical technique while 
providing an opportunity for participants to nurture a greater understanding of organizational 
coalitions, partnerships and networking activities; and 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18-2't, 1986 as Rural Health Week in California and urge all Californians 
to recognize and appreciate the vital contributions rural health care providers make to our 
fine state. 



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 May 
1986. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



4681 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In the ©Ok* of lh« S«cr»torv 
o< ttw Stat* sf CalHori 



■ 'AY 1 C; IQQ: 



MARCH FONG EIH Sacretajf ot 

^ Dooutv A 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the United States Merchant Marine has a proud and noble history, beginning 
in the early 19tti century with the S.S. Savannah, which, propelled by steam, endured a 29-day 
passage across the Atlantic; and 

WHEREAS, despite the fact that the Savannah did not complete the entire trip under steam, 
it was an historic voyage which signified the beginning of the age of steamships; and 

WHEREAS, following this American ship's feat, the United States Merchant Marine 
began traveling ocean trade routes in square riggers and clipper ships; and 

WHEREAS, throughout history, the United States Merchant Marine has compiled and 
maintained an outstanding record of service which was enhanced during World War II when our 
country compiled the world's largest merchant fleet; and 

WHEREAS, international shipping and trade remains an integral part of California's 
economic stability; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women who serve the Merchant Marine are deserving of 
widespread respect and recognition for their outstanding contributions; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 22, 1986 as Maritime Day in California. 




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IJi irt^Ji «-UKJ'« «-I3G^ st^i^ >!-i:«o^ i^J*»->i > 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



la th* offic* of »*w Swretory o< Stat* 
of lb* Siot* of CQirtornia 

MARCHFQNG EU, SecretanMif StatB p 
^ De^ (J H 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, America has long been known as a land of tiope, freedom and opportunity, 
opening her arms to people from all corners of the earth; and 

WHEREAS, throughout history, Polish immigrants have come to our country in search of 
a better life; and 

WHEREAS, the thousands of Californians who trace their ancestry to Poland have made 
signficant contributions to the welfare of our state; and 

WHEREAS, these contributions have helped to build our state and nation into a proud 
bastion of freedom and opportunity; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of August, Polish Americans throughout the country are 
celebrating Polish American Heritage Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 1986 as Polish American Heritage Month in California in honor of the 
thousands of Polish Americans who make their home in our fine state. 



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 May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




^Q*^9~<rjC^ yO^t'oc^Ooi*^.^!.*- " ' ' 



5^ 

Governor of California 



Secretary of State ' 



4683 



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K^^ K't-^-?^ K-e-A.?-.; li'e.^fa'H 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F 1 LE 

of ttM Stot» o* Colifocnio ' 

VAYf> 01986 

At— r-.--0'docfc=— — M. 
MQBCtffWG EU Senil^ of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the residents of California are very mobile and use their automobiles more 
than the people of any other state; and 

WHEREAS, because of this mobility, it is important that citizens be aware of proper 
safety techniques which can prevent serious injuries and fatalities; and 

WHEREAS, a simple and effective safety device is the safety belt which, when used 
properly, greatly reduces the threat of serious injury; and 

WHEREAS, the habit of fastening a safety belt is beneficial to all citizens and offers 
rewards to passengers and drivers alike; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 22, 1986, the National Association of Governors' 
Highway Safety Representatives and Operation C.A.R.E., will be promoting All American 
Buckle-Up Week to encourage all citizens to practice proper automobile safety; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 22-29, 1986 as All American Buckle-Up 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 20th day of May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California '■' 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



li *• oBca of Dw SKT^ory of SM»> 
of Ibt Sliil* e( California 

MAY ?^ 1986 

il SaciBtay of State ! 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



and 



WHEREAS, golf is a ctiallenging sport wtiicti is exciting to players and observers alike; 



WHEREAS, the AMC Cancer Researcti Center is sponsoring the AMC National Golf 
Challenge to increase public awareness and encourage further research in solving the puzzling 
questions posed by cancer; and 

WHEREAS, this tournament promises to showcase many talented players and offers an 
exciting opportunity to view the intricate strategies of the game; and 

WHEREAS, the generous and compassionate support offered by all those attending this 
charitable event provides further assistance in our shared efforts to aid the fight against 
cancer; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DLUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the AMC Cancer Research Center on the occasion of its AMC National Golf 
Challenge for its fine endeavors on behalf of the health of all citizens. 



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 May 
1986. 




Governor of California 



lTTEST: 



Secretary of State 



* "^-saiG.^ 'SfjtfS'" ""OSi ' 



4685 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Id* o«c« of Km S«c'«^» f »°t. 

of Dm Strt» of Colltornlo 

MAY 2 0198b 

MARCH RMG EU. Secretary o< State 
^ Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, all of California's children need and deserve the opportunity to become 
healthy, successful adults; and 

WHEREAS, children depend upon the love and support of parents to guide them through 
the trials and tribulations of maturation; and 

WHEREAS, as single parent families increase, many children are denied the support 
necessary to aspire to their full potential because their absent parents have not provided them 
with adequate financial assistance; and 

WHEREAS, in California, it is estimated that over $1 billion in court ordered child 
support payments remain unpaid, thereby placing undue hardships on the children; and 

WHEREAS, in California, one out of every seven children comes from a family receiving 
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) or other welfare related programs, thereby 
placing a significant burden on government which must then support the child; and 

WHEREAS, the Department of Social Services, the Health and Welfare Agency and the 
district attorneys of several counties have undertaken a 60-day child support awareness 
project called, KiDS, with a subsequent arrest warrant follow-up period designed to heighten 
both community and obligated parent understanding, involvement and response to the issue of 
unpaid child support; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July 1- August 31, 1986 as Child Support Awareness Weeks 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 May 
1986. 





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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



^(Ujj^ jrmk. 



Secretary of State 



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4686 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In t(w ofllc* of ttie Secretary o» Stat* 
of «tw Stat* of CalHornia 

MAY 2 1 ■■9°A' 
MAR^tLEONG EU, Secretaty of Stats 

^ Deputy ^^^^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the Stale ot California 



WHEREAS, to maintain good health requires the skill and expertise of countless 
individuals within the health care profession; and 

WHEREAS, respiratory care practitioners comprise a significant and important segment 
of health care professionals, performing vital and technical tasks with precision and accuracy; 
and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated and reliable efforts of respiratory care practitione. ^ enhance 
California's medical community and underscore their genuine concern for the welfare of their 
fellowman; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 26, 1986, the California Society for Respiratory Care 
will observe Respiratory Care Week; and 

WHEREAS, ttiis observance provides an excellent opportunity to recognize the scientific 
and technical personnel whose professional work improves the health care of all citizens; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 26-30, 1986 as California Respiratory Care Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21th day of May 
1986. 



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4687 



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FILED 

In Hm 0«k» of th« Secretary of Sfcrt* 
of Kw Sttitt of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT wm^^^^^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA "'"^^"^iir^" 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, a free press is symbolic of a democratic society; and 

WHEREAS, during the early development of America's free press, representatives of 
various media organizations led the struggle for equal rights in the press; and 

WHEREAS, the Sacramento Observer Newspaper, founded in 1962 by Dr. William H. Lee 
and Kathryn Lee is a contemporary Black newspaper which continues to report on issues and 
concerns of the Black community, chronicling achievements and viewpoints with sensitivity 
and compassion; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated efforts of the men and women who contribute to the 
Sacramento Observer stand as proof that hard work, motivation and resourcefulness result in 
great success and satisfaction; and 

WHEREAS, as a five time recipient of the prestigious 3ohn B. Russwurn Award, this fine 
paper has truly distinguished itself as outstanding in its field; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 22, 1986 as Sacramento Observer Day in commemoration of its 2t* years 
of service to the people of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to he affixed this 21th day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California 



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ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 






4688 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA f^llMJJ^ 



FILED 

In th« office of «4i» Secretary of Stat* 
of t<M Stol* of Calitornki 

^MAY2 8^986 
MAJWH TONG EU, Se«r^ ofStatfr 



II Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the first official flag was adopted by the United States Congress on 3une I'f, 
1777; and 

WHEREAS, since this time, our national flag has served as a symbol of liberty, freedom 
and justice; and 

WHEREAS, in commemoration of our nation's adoption of the stars and stripes, Flag Day 
is observed every June I'^th; and 

WHEREAS, this special celebration demonstrates our commitment to the principles of 
freedom and justice on which this great nation was founded; and 

WHEREAS, this day provides the opportunity for all citizens to display the national flag 
as a reaffirmation of their pride and commitment to the United States of America; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une U, 1986 as Flag 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 May 
1986. 





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Governor of California 



ATTEST 



(jfiOAof/) ^rmJiu 



Secretary of State 






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4689 



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FILED 

In the office of tha Swrelory of Stol* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •* - s«. o. co.»«„io 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA m^km ai, s^o^ c^m» 



Depwty 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Californians have long lieen known for their generous spirit and giving 
nature; and 

WHEREAS, since 1896, Volunteers of America, a Christian human needs service organiza- 
tion, has t>een actively serving the human needs of California; and 

WHEREAS, the mission of Volunteers of America is to serve those vulnerable segments 
of the population in need of assistance in order to maintain a minimum standard of existence 
for the young, elderly, transient, handicapped, homeless and poor; and 

WHEREAS, during 1985, more than 187,000 men, women and children in the State of 
California received food, shelter, clothing, counseling and a helping hand from over 1,600 
patricipants in Volunteers of America programs; and 

WHEREAS, ttie dedicated men and women who comprise ttie Volunteers of America 
exemplify those fine qualities that have helped to build our great state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, during March 1986 through February 1987, Volunteers of America is 
celebrating its 90th anniversary; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Volunteers of America and urge all citizens to join in this special 
celebration on the occasion of its 90th anniversary of service. 



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 May 
1986. 





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Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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4690 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th« oBe. of th« Sk™^ f SK^ 
of lU S«at» of Colrfornla 

MAY 2 9"'9Hr 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, summer employment provides a fine opportunity for young people to learn 
the advantages and responsibilities of work; and 

WHEREAS, in April of ttnis year, the unemployment rate for CaUfornia youth was "lo^re 
than Ts^rcent', with minority youth in some parts of the state suffermg from a 30-^0% 
unemployment rate; and 

WHEREAS, close to 1 million young people are expected to join California's labor force 
this summer; and 

WHEREAS, students entering the labor force for temporary jobs account for nearly 
three-fourths of the total labor market increase each year; and 

WHEREAS, summer employment can encourage young people ^° "f .°7^";;;^*^^";;^ts1nte 
while providing them with valuable work experience upon which to build future success m the 
labor market; and 

WHEREAS a youth-employer relationship can be beneficial to both parties by providing 
young [^ople with work expe'rience and employers with assistance durmg the busy summer 
months; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 

together in a common effort to provide jobs for youth this summer. 



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 May 



S-^y- /QM.J>--yr*^ 




4691 






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s Ejmts ^racs cjos? > 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the olfie* of the Stcn^ry of Stat* 
of th« Slot* of Colifornio 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with an abundance of rivers, lakes, and coastal 
waterways which offer recreation and relaxation for countless boaters; and 

WHEREAS, each year the boating season is marred by accidents causing loss of property, 
serious injuries, and often fatalities; and 

WHEREAS, because a majority of boating accidents are due to carelessness or lack of 
training of the o;>erator, the accident rate can be decreased through boating education with an 
emphasis on boating safety; and 

WHEREAS, boating education is available from a number of sources including the United 
States Power Squadrons, the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, and the American Red 
Cross; and 

WHEREAS the need to focus greater attention on the importance of boating safety has 
resulted in the designation of National Safe Boating Week during the first week of 3une; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1-7, 1986 as Safe Boating Week in California and encourage all boating 
enthusiasts to learn and practice safe boating techniques. 



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 May 
1986. 




Governor of California t/ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 




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^■In the offic* of the Sacrvtary of SW» 
of th* Stol* of CalHornla 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



MARI 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA By. 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the 26th annual Nevada City Bicycle Classic Governor's Cup will be held on 
June 15, 1986, providing excitement and enjoyment for Father's Day; and 

WHEREAS, this challenging and demanding bicycle race has become a favorite festivity 
for the Nevada City community as well as racing enthusiasts from around the state; and 

WHEREAS, following a '»'>.'> mile course through the Sierra foothills, racers will 
experience the stamina and discipline required of this intriguing competition; and 

WHEREAS, this spirited event promises to provide excitement and suspense for partici- 
pant and spectator alike; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 15, 1986 as Governor's Cup 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 29th day of May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



Secretary of State ' 



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in lh« offic* of ttie Secretory of Stnt* 
of Mm Stata of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

MAR 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA By. 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, physical therapists are highly trained professionals who play an increasingly 
significant role in meeting the health care needs of the citizens of California; and 

WHEREAS, physical therapists are important members of the health care team, trained 
to improve movement and function, relieve pain and expand movement potential; and 

WHEREAS through evaluation and individual treatment programs, physical therapists 
can treat existing problems as well as provide preventive health care for people with a wide 
variety of needs; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of 3une 1-7, physical therapists throughout the United States 
are observing Physical Therapy Week and incorporating the theme, "Physical Therapy: Leading 
the Way to Fitness;" and 

WHEREAS, this important observance provides an excellent opportunity for all Califor- 
nians to recognize and appreciate the vital contributions physical therapists make to our 
health care needs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1-7, 1986 as Physical Therapy Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 29th day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California 







ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT of h» s.^. of coHcnia 

MAY 2 9'QRR 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA mcAtmui, 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the well-being of communities, as well as individuals, is enhanced by the 
efficient operation of America's free enterprise system; and 

WHEREAS, managers contribute significantly to the system, promoting its goals and 
objectives while upholding its principles; and 

WHEREAS, the responsibilities of implementing programs, directing staff and enriching 
communication rest with managers who are skillfully trained to perform these tasks; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians join the National Management 
Association in recognizing the vital role managers have in our economic system; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Gr -rnor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 1-7, 1986 as Management Week in Ca ->'3. 



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 May 
1986. 




Governor of California C/ 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State I 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, head injuries as a result of vehicle and sporting accidents pose a serious 
health threat to our nation; and 

WHEREAS, numerous victims suffer permanent brain damage which prevents them from 
returning to normal lifestyles and causes emotional and financial distress to their families and 
loved ones; and 

WHEREAS, increased awareness of the causes and problems of head injuries could help 
prevent future accidents and promote further research into this devastating health threat; and 

WHEREAS, with the support of head injury victims and their families, the National Head 
Injury Foundation and local chapters work to improve the quality of life of all affected by head 
Injuries; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians join in the efforts to reduce head 
injuries and enhance the educational resources available in the treatment of head injuries; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Head Injury Awareness Month 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 29th day of May 
1986. 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California U 



Secretary of State ' 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ih* ollka of ttra Secretary of Stal* 
of 4<M Stat* of California 

,''AY3 O'D^f^ 
MARCH km EU, Sec;^ of State 

Deputy 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, fishing is a fun-fiiied and exciting sport, providing many challenges and 
rewards to professionals and amateurs alike; and 

WHEREAS, fishing has achieved widespread popularity among participants of all ages and 
capabilities; and 

WHEREAS, while fishing, one gains a deeper appreciation of nature and a greater 
awareness of the l)eauty of our nation's water resources; and 

WHEREAS, across the nation concerned individuals and organizations are participating in 
the observance of National Fishing Week during the week of 3une 2-8, 1986; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are encouraged to jom fishing enthusiasts throughout the nation 
in celebrating this special week and expanding their knowledge and respect for fishing and the 
opportunities it provides to enjoy nature; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 2-8, 1986 as Fishing Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 30th day of May 
1986. 




Governor of California (/ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ; 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-52-86 



WHEREAS, vehicle theft constitutes a major financial burden to the residents of 
California, with over 150,000 vehicles stolen each year at a value in excess of $580 million; 
and 






WHEREAS, the investigation and prosecution of vehicle theft is complicated by the 
emergence of professional theft rings and the rapid movement of stolen vehicles across 
county, state and international borders; and 

WHEREAS, by Executive Order D-31-8f, I created a Vehicle Theft Task Force to identify 
steps which can be taken to decrease the incidence of vehicle theft, increase the recovery of 
stolen vehicles, enhance the apprehension and conviction of professional vehicle thieves, and 
secure support from private industry for anti-theft programs; and 

WHEREAS, the Vehicle Theft Task Force has recommended that the California Highway 
Patrol be assigned the responsibility to coordinate multi-jurisdictional investigations and 
prosecutions and establish programs to eliminate duplication of efforts and improve law 
enforcement's ability to combat vehicle theft; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. The Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol is designated as the Statewide 
Vehicle Theft Coordinator. All State agencies are directed, and all other public entities 
are requested, to assist the California Highway Patrol in discharging this responsibility. 

2. The Commissioner, acting in cooperation with the Secretary of the Business, Transporta- 
tion and Housing Agency, shall utilize the Highway Patrol's resources to accomplish the 
following: 

a. Assist local, state and federal law enforcement agencies by coordinating multi- 
jurisdictional vehicle theft investigations and prosecutions; 

b. Establish a Vehicle Theft Committee of federal, state and local law enforcement 
agencies and industry and trade associations affected by vehicle theft to exchange 
ideas to improve prevention and enforcement and to increase public awareness of 
the problem; 



c. Establish a Commercial and Specialized Vehicle Theft Program focusing on these 
types of vehicles; 



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Establish a Vehicle Theft Data System to ensure accurate and comprehensive data 
collection needed to assist the apprehension and conviction of vehicle thieves; 

Develop a Vehicle Theft Recognition and Awards Program to recognize the special 
achievements of law enforcement officers in reducing vehicle theft; 

g. Coordinate administrative and legislative proposals dealing with vehicle theft. 

The Commissioner shall submit an annual report to the Governor's Office on or before 
December 31 setting forth the activities and accomplishments of the California Highway 
Patrol in its role as Statewide Vehicle Theft Coordinator. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California, to be affixed this 
day of >j c^ w^« -« 1986 




Governor 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 




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In Iht offic* of Kw Swretary of Stal* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT a ^ s^ c» cov,^n^ 

JUN4 -'986 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA marchWeu, 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, as many as 100 million Americans are afflicted with serious and life 
threatening sleep disorders; and 

WHEREAS, these afflictions range from major disorders such as sleep apnea and 
narcolepsy to minor disorders such as snoring and jet lag; and 

WHEREAS, lack of sleep impairs school, work performance and other activities; and 

WHEREAS, wtnile significant progress has been forged in the area of sleep disorders, 
increased research is needed in order to more fully understand this puzzling ptienomenon; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of 3une 15-21, ttie Association of Sleep Disorders Centers 
is observing National Sleep and Health Awareness Week in order to increase public awareness 
regarding this serious disorder; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
tiereby proclaim 3une 15-21, 1986 as Sleep and Health Awareness 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 'Jth day of 3une 
1986. 





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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

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of Km Slol* of California 

JUN5 -^980 




MARCH'^FONe EU, 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the freedom and independence of self government are cherished throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, the triumph of the Philippine people over foreign domination is truly a 
significant event in the history of ttie Philippine struggle for national sovereignty and equal 
rights; and 

WHEREAS, rallying behind the heroic 3ose Rizal, the Philippine people prayed for, 
fought for and ultimately achieved national independence; and 

WHEREAS, 3une 12, 1986 marks the 88th anniversary of Philippine Independence, as well 
as the birth of this national hero; and 

WHEREAS, this date has become an inspirational occasion for Filipinos throughout the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, the annual celebration of Philippine Independence Day is particularly 
meaningful to California because of our rich Filipino heritage and because of the many people 
of Philippine descent who live in our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 12, 1986 as Philippine Independence Day in California and urge all 
citizens to reflect upon the cherished principles of liberty, justice and freedom. 



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 !lune 
1986. 





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Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA jung - W 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, California's workforce contributes substantially to the health of our economy 
and the prosperity of every citizen; and 

WHEREAS, accidents in the workplace decrease the effectiveness of the workforce and 
pose a serious threat to the welfare of all Americans, resulting in the death of 11,000 workers 
each year; and 



WHEREAS, increasing the public's awareness of the hazards and dangers found in the 
workplace, and focusing attention on safety procedures and techniques can lead to fewer 
industrial accidents and safer working conditions for all employees; and 

WHEREAS, California state agencies will join the American Society of Safety Engineers 
and the Associated General Contractors of America in recognizing National Safety in the 
Workplace Week as part of their commitment to provide the safest working conditions for the 
state's workforce; and 

WHEREAS, this observance provides an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to preserving 
the health and safety of California's workforce while stri.ing to improve their working 
conditions as well; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 15-21, 1986 as Safety in the Workplace 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 5th day of June 
1986. 





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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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JUNO -^986 
ICH FONG EU, Sec 



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Secretary jf 5*3t» i 




ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, pursuant to Section 2553 
of the Elections Code, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will be held throughout this 
state on Tuesday, the fourth day of November, 1986, at which the following offices are to 
be filled: 

GOVERNOR; 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; 

SECRETARY OF STATE; 

CONTROLLER; 

TREASURER; 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; 

MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION from each of the four 
equalization districts of the state; 

ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES from each of the 
forty-five congressional districts of the state; 

STATE SENATORS from the even-numbered districts of the forty senatorial districts of 
the state; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty assembly districts of the state; 

CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

FIVE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION ONE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION TWO; 



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TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT DIVISION 
TWO; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION THREE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION FOUR; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION FOUR; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION FIVE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION FIVE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION ONE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION ONE: 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION TWO; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION THREE; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION FOUR; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND DISTRICT, DIVISION FIVE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION SIX; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION SIX; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION SEVEN; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION SEVEN; 

FOUR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION ONE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION ONE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION TWO; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION TWO; 



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ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION THREE; 

THREE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, 
DIVISION THREE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

FIVE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SIXTH APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SIXTH APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT IN VARIOUS COUNTIES AS CERTIFIED BY THE 
SECRETARY OF STATE; 

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. 






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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FILED 

In 4iM offica of the S«cr«tary of State 
of the State of ColHornio 

JUNO - 'QRr 
MAKPh)f0NG EU, Sec^ry «f StJb 

Deputy (J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, fathers make substantial contributions to ttie progress of not only each 
family unit but of the entire human family; and 

WHEREAS, fathers are blessed with the important and demanding task of transmitting 
our heritage by shaping the lives of the next generation; and 

WHEREAS, fathers share their children's lives in a special and irreplaceable way, guiding 
their loved ones through the trials and tribulations of life; and 

WHEREAS, too often, we fail to express our love and gratitude to our fathers for the 
many sacrifices they have made for us throughout their lives; and 

WHEREAS, Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in 3une so that we can pay 
tribute to all those who have taken on the joys and responsibilities of fatherhood; and 

WHEREAS, whether our fathers are near at hand or a continent away, we take this day 
to remember them and to thank them for the love, support, encouragement and guidance they 
have given us; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim June U, 1986 as Father's Day in California in honor of all fathers in the state 
and the many contributions they make to our lives. 



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 3une 
1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

'n th« offic* of the Secretory of State 
of llw State of California 



MARCfilFONG EU. 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, swimming provides countless benefits to individuals of all ages, from 
promoting improved health to developing socialization skills; and 

WHEREAS, since 1885, the YMCA has promoted the benefits of swimming and provided 
excellent facilities for aquatic enjoyment; and 

WHEREAS, the YMCA aquatic program has expanded tremendously in recent years and 
encompasses all levels of instruction including lifesaving; and 

WHEREAS, countless individuals have participated in YMCA swimming programs, 
learning the necessary water skills and reducing their fear of water; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the centennial of the YMCA aquatic program be 
recognized by all citizens who have benefited from the YMCA's commitment to sports fitness; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une l'f-21, 1986 as YMCA Centennial Week. 



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 June 
1986. 





mor of California /y 



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ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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4704 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ""^fZil'^Sfo"^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



'J f'! 1 '•''^n 




MARQH TONG EU, Secrrtwy «> State/ 
U Deputy // / 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, fathers make substantial contributions to the progress of not only each 
family unit but of the entire human family; and 

WHEREAS, fathers are blessed with the important and demanding task of transmitting 
our heritage by shaping the lives of the next generation; and 

WHEREAS, fathers share their children's lives in a special and irreplaceable way, guiding 
their loved ones through the trials and tribulations of life; and 

WHEREAS, too often, we fail to express our love and gratitude to our fathers for the 
many sacrifices they have made for us throughout their lives; and 

WHEREAS, Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in 3une so that we can pay 
tribute to all those who have taken on the joys and responsibilities of fatherhood; and 

WHEREAS, whether our fathers are near at hand or a continent away, we take this day 
to remember them and to thank them for the love, support, encouragement and guidance they 
have given us; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3une 15, 1986 as Father's Day in California in honor of all fathers in the state 
and the many contributions they make to our lives. 



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 3une 
1986. 




Governor of California /y 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 

WHEREAS over a century ago, a small settlement in the San Gabriel Valley known as 
Pasad!na o^ •W'ley Ltween hills" 4came known for its rich orange crop; and 

WHEREAS, since its incorporation in 1886, the City of Pasadena has grown to develop a 
rich ardcoS' history in which all Californians can take great pr.de; and 

Pasadena Playhouse, the Norton Simon Museum of Art, the Pacil.c Asia 
Pasadena Historical Society; and 

^au^y endearing charm and pleasant hospitality of the City of Pasadena; and 

WHEREAS, 3une 19, 1986 marks the 100th anniversary of the incorporation of Pasadena; 
and 

climate of our state; 

Mr.w THFRFFORE I GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 11th day of 3une 
1986. 




Governor of California t/ 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



4706 










EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

'n the office of the Secretary of State 
of t()e State of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, to obtain our recommended daily amounts of vitamins and nutrients requires 
that we consume a variety of foods from the basic food groups; and 

WHEREAS, dairy products, including ice cream, are an essential part of this balanced 
diet which contributes to the healtti of each citizen; and 

WHEREAS, besides being a nutritious meal supplement, ice cream is a delicious snack 
which is enjoyed by an overwhelming majority of the population; and 

WHEREAS, due to ice cream's popularity, the ice cream industry contributes 
substantially to the economic well-being of the dairy industry and, in turn, enhances the 
economy as a whole; and 

WHEREAS, whether enjoyed in a sundae or simple cone, in exotic flavors or plain vanilla, 
ice cream is a treat for all; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that we recognize both the economic and nutritional value 
of ice cream while indulging in a big scoop this summer; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 1986 as Ice Cream Month and July 1, 1986 as Ice Cream Day in 
California and encourage all Californians to join me in a healthy serving of this special food. 



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 June 
1986. 



r- 





Governor of California 



a 



Secretary of State 



A^ 



4707 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In 1»ie dHkm of *• «««*»«"y "* »o1» 
of ItM S(iM o» Caltfomio 

JUN2 5^9BP _ 

MftfiCH FONG EU, SeaetafYOf^ State ^g^ 

(J Deputy (/ ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Stevland Morris is known to the world as Stevie Wonder—successful 
composer, vocalist, and recording star; and 

WHEREAS, Stevie Wonder has won countless awards and recognition for his musical 
talents and has transferred his fame to humanitarian efforts by increasing the public's 
awareness and support for numerous worthwhile causes; and 

WHEREAS, through his dedicated involvement in various projects, Stevie Wonder has 
demonstrated his concern for cancer and AIDS victims as well as starving people throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, his strength and faith in humanity have been particularly evident in the 
campaign against drunk driving where he powerfully illustrates the dangers caused by the 
foolish drunk driver; and 

WHEREAS, Californians of all ages have benefited from Stevie Wonder's selfless 
commitment to eliminate the drunk driver from our streets and highways and join in 
recognizing his tireless service to others; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend Stevie Wonder for his dedicated participation in the campaign against drunk 
driving and offer best wishes for every future fulfillment and happiness. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 3une 
1986. 




Governdr of California A 



^flMAC^ Jrm^ 



Secretary of State 



4708 




FIUED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"•^-r^tLTJ'ffin^'^ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA m^B^^^o^s^ 



Deputy 




7 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the ctieristied principles of freedom, justice and liberty are sougtit ttiroughout 
the world and enjoyed in America; and 

WHEREAS, this great nation has long held a reputation as a bastion of freedom, opening 
her arms to people from all corners of the earth; and 

WHEREAS, thousands of people who trace their ancestry to Poland have come to 
America in search of a better life and presently make their home in California; and 

WHEREAS, throughout history, Polish Americans have made significant contributions to 
the welfare of our state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, Polish Americans throughout the state and 
nation are observing Polish American Heritage Month; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate for all Californians to join in this special celebration in 
honor of the many contributions made by Polish Americans; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October as Polish American Heritage Month in California and urge all citizens 
to join in appropriate observances and festivities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of Oune 
1986. 





ir^ /Clu^^J^^^^'-;^ — 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



Al/ 



4709 



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5k jaKhl iclSc5\i t/iSuti i 






FILED 

In «<M oflic* of tha Sacrstary of Stota 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «» *. s^ c ccHornio 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA mar, 



(VRoAoNG EU, Secreto» erf State / 



/> 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, neuromuscular diseases affect the lives of millions of men, women and 
children; and 

WHEREAS, while the causes and cures of this tragic disease elude us, hope lies in 
continued research and in increased public awareness of these serious and widespread diseases; 
and 

WHEREAS, the Muscular Dystrophy Association is a health organization dedicated to 
promoting increased research and awareness of «tO neuromuscular diseases; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of 3uly 6-11, the association is sponsoring the International 
Congress of Neuromuscular Diseases, a prestigious conference which is expected to attract 
thousands of scientists and physicians from around the world who will gather to promote the 
consolidation of research efforts taking place throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropirate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions made by the Muscular Dystrophy Association and participants in the International 
Congress of Neuromuscular Diseases in their quest to increase scientific knowledge of muscle 
disorders; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 6-11, 1986 as Neuromuscular Disease Awareness Week. 



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 3une 
1986. 



-r- 




Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ] 



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4710 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




FICED 

In fho office of the Secretory of Stat* 
at the Stat* of California 

JUL2 ~i9e6 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State 



MARCH FONG tu, Secietary pt staie 
U Deputy Q 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of California 



WHEREAS, positive recreation experiences are vital to good physical and mental health 
and enhance the quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, citizens of all ages can enjoy the fresh air and open spaces of the outdoors 
while visiting established parks in cities as well as the country; and 

WHEREAS, leisure time recreational activities provide an excellent resource for develop- 
ing greater communication and coordination skills; and 

WHEREAS, the week of 3uly 6, 1986 is being observed as National Therapeutic 
Recreation Week to focus attention on the mental and physical benefits derived from 
involvement in recreational activities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 6-12, 1986 as Therapeutic Recreation 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 1st day of 3uly 
1986. 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

lj)fiUA(JiA ^hy^ky 

Secretary of State I 



4711 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FllIED 

(n Itw «Be» of »*i« Secretary of Stot» 
of th« SW» of Callfornta 

JUL 2 - '9^'' 
MWRCH FONG EU. Se(jreta7 of State 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout California we are blessed with a variety of parks providing 
countless recreational opportunities for citizens and visitors alike; and 

WHEREAS, by participating in recreational activities, citizens of all ages develop 
greater group communication skills while enjoying the company of others; and 

WHEREAS, positive recreation experiences in our beautiful parks contribute to good 
health and enhance the quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that attention be focused on the mental and physical 
benefits derived from involvement in recreational activities in the private and public parks 
throughout the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July 1986 as Parks and Recreation Month 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 1st day of 3uly 
1986. 




4712 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the office of the Secretary <rf Stcrt* 
of the Slate of California 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretvy of St3t8 
Deputy 



MARCH FONG 
ByiZki^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Acting Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, books are a wonderful source of knowledge and 
entertainment; and 

WHEREAS, books can be both diaries of our past and blueprints for 
our future; and 

WHEREAS, we are in an era where MTV, satellite dishes, and 
43-station cable capabilities often lead to an undervaluing 
and underuse of books by children; and 

WHEREAS, children, being the architects of the future, require as 
much exposure to blueprints as possible; and 

WHEREAS, Pizza Hut, a nationwide restaurant chain, has initiated 
the "Book It!" Reading Incentive Program to encourage 
children to read more; and 

WHEREAS, more than 390,000 California school children 
participated during the 1985-86 school year; and 

WHEREAS, Pizza Hut's Book It! program is an outstanding public 
service; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LEO PteCARTHY, Acting Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim July 7, 1986, as California 
Book It! Day, and thank and commend Pizza Hut and the Book 
It! Reading Incentive Program for helping to open the world 
of books to the nation's children. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal 
of the State of California to be 
affi/eiA this 7th day of Ou^ 198( 

Actina Governor of CalifoTTTTa 





ATTEST 



iDfiUAoi^ ^hyuA^ 



Secretary of State 








4713 



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- ^ FILED 

« «>• Stat* of CalHbrnia 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT V^l i - .935 

MARCH ft)N6 EU S,cfBbw, of StatB, 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ey. 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 




WHEREAS, throughout history, Americans have looked to science as a means of 
achieving a better future; and 

WHEREAS, this continual pursuit of excellence in science and technology ensures the 
advancement of society; and 

WHEREAS, more than 7,000 scientists from around the world will gather in our state for 
the 192nd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society; and 

WHEREAS, members of this learned society continue to make vast contributions to our 
great state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, participants will report their important research findings, and with their 
families and friends, partake of our state's unsurpassed beauty and charm; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 7-12, 1986 as Chemistry 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 I'fth day of July 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




S^^JLM,^ 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 



4714 










EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

In th« offic* of Hm S'-ntmy of Stat* 
of tU Sttit* of ColHornia 

^ JUL 1 5^986 

MARCI^FONG EU, Secfdai^of Stab 



Deputy 



J 



■/ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, througtiout our nation's history, Americans have been called upon to protect 
freedom and liberty on foreign shores; and 

WHEREAS, these armed conflicts include not only World War I, World War II, and 
Vietnam, but also the Korean War; and 

WHEREAS, from 1950-1953, brave and nobel Americans joined United Nations forces 
from 15 other nations to defend and preserve the freedom of the Republic of Korean for 
generations to come; and 

WHEREAS, the veterans of the Korean War can take pride in their courageous service 
and rightfully take their place among the heroic servicemen and women of America's past and 
present; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Korean War veterans be honored during the observance 
of the 33rd anniversary of the signing of the armistice and the establishment of the 
demilitarized zone; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 21-27, 1986 as Korean War Veterans Week and encourage all citizens to 
join in recognizing these proud and worthy war veterans. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this Hth day of 3uly 
1986. 




4715 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, California boasts a strong and prosperous economy enriched by the diversity 
and ingenuity of her citizens, as well as their diligence, perseverance, and firm belief in the 
principles of America's free enterprise system; and 

WHEREAS, promotion and encouragement of innovative groups and individuals with new 
and effective ideas will result in continued economic growth and a wealth of employment 
opportunities for all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years, many of these courageous and industrious individuals have 
been minorities who have welcomed the opportunity to enhance the well-being of their 
communities and enrich the lives of all citizens: and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is dedicated to ensuring that minority-owned 
businesses hold a vital and successful role in California's economic future; and 

WHEREAS, support and encouragement of minority business enterprises will ensure the 
continued growth of our state's economy, while providing countless opportunities for all 
Californians to fulfill their dreams and provide hope to future generations; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 5, 1986 special events will be held throughout our 
state to showcase the entrepreneurial success of the minority business community as it 
continues to make significant contributions to our state's healthy economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5-11, 1986 as Minority Enterprise Development 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 Ifth day of 3uly 
1986. 




Governor of California ^ 

ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



I Is 



'/"v^. 



FILED 

In the office of th« Secretary of State 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT of ,.. sm, of coi«o,nta 

OCT 8 - -986 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA |iWBCH.«)N6 EUr^wrta^ Sta» 

Dop<rty 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California boasts a strong and prosperous economy enriched by the diversity 
and ingenuity of her citizens, as well as their diligence, perseverance, and firm belief in the 
principles of America's free enterprise system; and 

WHEREAS, promotion and encouragement of innovative groups and individuals with new 
and effective ideas will result in continued economic growth and a wealth of employment 
opportunities for all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years, many of these courageous and industrious individuals have 
been minorities who have welcomed the opportunity to enhance the well-being of their 
communities and enrich the lives of all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California is dedicated to ensuring that minority-owned 
businesses hold a vital and successful role in California's economic future; and 

WHEREAS, support and encouragement of minority business enterprises will ensure the 
continued growth of our state's economy, while providing countless opportunities for all 
Californians to fulfill their dreams and provide hope to future generations; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October 5, 1986 special events will be held throughout our 
state to showcase the entrepreneurial success of the minority business community as it 
continues to make significant contributions to our state's healthy economy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5-11, 1986 as Minority Enterprise Development 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 \hx\\ day of 3uly 
1986. 





ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



4716 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT .« *. ob- J irs^r-o-y c s.* 

of rtw Stol* o( California 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



.\ 



iUL 1 o'986 



MARCH iF0NGEU,$eci9tSfy^ 




Deputy 



Isfy-^ StatB 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Californians have long shared a special appreciation for fine food; and 

WHEREAS, professional chefs contribute significantly to our culinary tastes by preparing 
cuisine that is both delectable and healthy; and 

WHEREAS, we often fail to recognize the many valuable contributions professional chefs 
make to our lives; and 

WHEREAS, during July 21-27, the American Culinary Federation is observing The Week 
of the Professional Chef on the occasion of its 1986 National Convention; and 

WHEREAS, this observance provides a fine opportunity for citizens to recognize and 
appreciate professional chefs and the many contributions they make on behalf of the health of 
the citizens of the State of California; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3uly 21-27, 1986 as The Week of the Professional Chef 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 July 
1986. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



i Si 



4717 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In (•)• oA» o» *• S«re»<»ry of Sh>»» 
of *• Slert» of ColHornfa 



L 1 - ^986 
EU, Secr^iwy of ' 



MARCir^ONG EU, Secr?taiy «f St 
7 Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






WHEREAS, California has long held a reputation as a leading agricultural state with a 
variety and quality of products that are unmatched in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, much of this diversity and agricultural wealth is due to our state's mushroom 
production; and 

WHEREAS, as the nation's second leading producer of mushrooms, California's mushroom 
production is valued at more than $110 million annually; and 

WHEREAS, mushroom consumption has more than doubled in the last ten years as 
mushrooms are increasingly recognized as a nutritious and delicious food item; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October ^j-ll, 1986 the American mushroom industry is 
observing Mushroom Week in order to pay tribute to the countless men and women who are 
employed by this important sector of our state's agricultural economy; and 

WGEREAS, Californians are proud of our mushroom industry, and are pleased to join in 
this important celebration; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October h-il, 1986 as Mushroom 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 16th day of July 
1986. 




/J*-*--<^^ /06t*X.'^'«-^«-i>-l^i-*— 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4718 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



ill Itw olRc* •» lt» Wrtrtory of StoHj 
Of Km ftoM Of CalHornla 

J'JLl 6 *-86 

IMRCHF0N6EU, 



B/2^i^ 



I, tocretay of Slat&5^ 



Deputy 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-53-86 

WHEREAS, the State of California has the authority to implement the provisions of 
Section t^\i^{h){2) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC); and 

WHEREAS the Teachers' Retirement Board of the California State Teachers' Retire- 
ment System adopted its resolution re Section i^lk{h)(2) IRC on October 18, 1985; and 

WHEREAS, the Internal Revenue Service has stated on December 26, 1985 that the 
Implementation of the provisions of Section M^(h)(2) IRC pursuant to the resolution of the 
Teachers' Retirement Board would satisfy the legal requirements of Section if U(h)(2) IRC; and 

WHEREAS, the Revenue and Taxation Code Section 17501 incorporates the provisions of 
IRC Section 'fl'f (h)(2); and 

WHEREAS the Department of Personnel Administration is the executive branch agency 
responsible for salary administration for State employees exempted by law from collective 
bargaining; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order: 

The Department of Personnel Administration is hereby directed to implement, effective 
with the AuguVt pay period, the provisions contained in Section 'H't(h)(2) of the Internal Revenue 
Code concerning the tax treatment of employee retirement contributions paid by the State of 
California on behalf of Management, Supervisory, Confidential and Excluded employees who 
are members of the State Teachers' Retirement System. Implementation of these provisions 
for employees subject to collective bargaining shall not become effective unless and until it is 
agreed to in a collective bargaining agreement with the employees' exclusive representative. 

Pursuant to Section *I't(h)(2), contributions to a pension plan, although designated under 
the plan as employee contributions when paid by the employer in lieu of contributions by the 
employee, under circumstances in which the employee does not have the option of choosing to 
receive the contributed amounts directly instead of having them paid by the employer, may be 
excluded from the gross income of the employee until these amounts are distributed or made 
available to the employee. Implementation of Section M^(h)(2) is accomplished through a 
reduction in wages pursuant to the provisions of this Order. 

1. DEFINITIONS. Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions in the Order 
govern the construction of the Order. 

A "Employees". The term "employees" shall mean those employees and officers of 
the State of California designated as Management, Supervisory, Confidential or 
Excluded who made employee contributions to the STRS. 



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B. "Employee Contributions". The term "employee contributions" shall mean those 
contributions to the STRS which are deducted from the salary of employees and 
credited to individual employee accounts. 

C. "Employer". The term "employer" shall mean the State of California. 

D. "Gross Income". The term "gross income" shall mean the total comijensation paid 
to employees designated as Management, Supervisory, Confidential and Excluded 
by the State of California as defined in the Internal Revenue Code and rules and 
regulations established by the Internal Revenue Code. 

E. "Retirement System". The term "retirement system" shall mean the STRS as made 
applicable to the State of California under the provisions of the State Teachers' 
Retirement Law (California Education Code Section 22000, et seq.). 

F. "Wages". The term "wages" shall mean the compensation paid to employees 
covered by this Order. 

PICK-UP OF EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS. 

A. Pursuant to the provisions of the Order, the employer shall make employee 
contributions on behalf of employees, and such contributions shall be treated as 
employer contributions in determining tax treatment under the Internal Revenue 
Code of the United States. Such contributions are being made by the employer in 
lieu of employee contributions. 

B. Employee contributions made under Paragraph A of this Section shall be paid from 
the same source of funds as used in paying the wages to affected employees. 

C. Employee contributions made by the employer under Paragraph A of this Section 
shall be treated for all purposes other than taxation in the same manner and to the 
same extent as employee contributions made prior to the effective date of this 
Order. 

D. The employee does not have the option to receive the employer contributed 
amounts paid pursuant to the agreement directly instead of having them paid to the 
retirement system. 

WAGE ADJUSTMENT 

Notwithstanding any provision in existing pay letters, the wages of employees shall be 
reduced by the amount of employee contributions made by the employer pursuant to the 
provisions thereof. 

LIMITATION TO OPERABILITY 

This Order shall be operative only as long as the State of California pick-up of employee 
retirement contributions continues to be excludable from gross income of the employee 
under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. 




4719 



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I lrt*?a ICEXSV ^HXS-^ irtJSS-ar t-iJli-s i-ii^S^^ ,ft. 









EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

lo «h* oMc* of 1«» *«eretwy of Slot* 
of <tw SMI* of California 



'UL 1 7 '986 
EU, Seerstanfof 





tylLL. 



Deputy 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, California has long held a reputation as a leading agricultural state with a 
variety and quality of products that are unmatched in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, much of this diversity and agricultural wealth is due to our state's mushroom 
production; and 

WHEREAS, as the nation's second leading producer of mushrooms, California's mushroom 
production is valued at more than $110 million annually; and 

WHEREAS, mushroom consumption has more than doubled in the last ten years as 
mushrooms are increasingly recognized as a nutritious and delicious food item; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of October i^-ll, 1986 the American mushroom industry is 
observing Mushroom Week in order to pay tribute to the countless men and women who are 
employed by this important sector of our state's agricultural economy; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are proud of our mushroom industry, and are pleased to join in 
this important celebration; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim Octoljer t^-il, 1986 as Mushroom 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 16th day of July 
1986. 




^2jc-#-«.ca- XS^fc 



Goverfror of Califor 



rnia ^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 









4720 



^-x K'tAi-a kc'eJU'H K*^ 









I VcJIU-M ■t'fiJK^-M K-b. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT- •^jj^lrj^i^^^^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




MARCH W EU, S^rataryjf Stat^ 
. / Deputy / 

6 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, it is estimated that there are between 50,000 and 70,000 homeless people in 
California; and 

WHEREAS, improving the condition of the homeless requires that the public and private 
sectors work together to address ttieir widely varying needs; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California has several programs that can assist the homeless, 
depending upon their individual circumstances, including welfare, food stamps, unemployment 
and disability insurance, Medi-Cal, and a special program for homeless veterans; and 

WHEREAS, this administration has worked hard to address the serious challenges 
surrounding this important problem and has allocated $t^0 million for services to the homeless 
this year; and 

WHEREAS, along with substantial state assistance, various missions throughout 
California, which operate solely on the generous support of private donations, have accepted 
the serious responsibility of caring for our homeless and needy citizens; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the outstand- 
ing work being performed by California missions on behalf of homeless people throughout the 
state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim July 22-29, 1986 as Mission Awareness 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 21st day of July 
1986. 

Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 







Secretary of State 



4721 



Ui-H ^iUkS'K >^& 



t3 I 






1^ ^sm^" *~jag^ "^a 



ra^ iit'XfS's krc*^ 



2 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

■0 tti# office of tt»6 ••cTBtory of Shrto 
of riM Siatf of CoHfornta 



By 



JUL 2 5 ^986 
FOtK EU, Sqmtw of : 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, motorcycle accidents are a serious problem in California with motorcyclists 
representing 16% of our state's traffic fatalities, but less ttian 5% of the licensed drivers; and 

WHEREAS, over 790 motorcyclists were killed during 1985 while more than 26,2<f0 
motorcyclists were injured in accidents on California roadways; and 

WHEREAS, wtien involved in an accident, motorcyclists are twice as likely to be killed as 
passenger car occupants; and 

WHEREAS, motorcycle accidents could be significantly reduced through greater safety 
awareness, increased rider education and responsibility, and stronger emphasis on important 
precautions; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of August, the California Highway Patrol will be joined by 
concerned citizens and organizations throughout the state in observing Motorcycle Safety 
Awareness Month in order to increase public awareness regarding the dangers and safety 
hazards related to motorcycle use; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 1986 as California Motorcycle Safety Month and urge all motorcycle 
riders and automobile drivers to practice safe driving procedures. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of July 
1986. 




Governor of California t/ 



ATTEST: 



IjfU/Ac//^ jr^M.ku 



Secretary of State 




D I R E CTION 



4722 

F I C E D 

■VI TM officv Of 1m Movfofy Or 9tofV 
of Mm Stum af CalHernla 

.IIJL2 8^986 



stats 



MAjRCM-ttUG EU, Secretary Of 
By ■ ,^^/fY^(^ 

To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State 
University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et 
seq.) 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a Twenty- Seventh 
Supplemental Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted 
by the Trustees on April 25, 1968) authorizing the issuance of 
$1,800,000 principal amount of California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series AE, and said resolution 
was approved by the State Board of Control of the State of 
California at a meeting duly held on July 22, 1986; and 
WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds of 
Series AE for sale, and to sell the same, in the parcels and 
numbers set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State Treasurer 
to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the purchase of 
said Bonds of Series AE to be published in the manner and form 
provided in said resolution, and said resolution was approved 



by the State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly held on July 22, 1986; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series AE for sale, and sell 
the same, in the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the terms 
and conditions set forth in the form of notice contained in 
said resolution of the Trustees of The California State 
University. Said Bonds to be sold shall be $1,800,000 
principal amount of California State University Housing System 
Revenue Bonds, Series AE, dated August 1, 1986. The sale 
shall take place at the office of the Treasurer of the State 
of California, Room 110, 915 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, 
California, at 10:00 A.M. on such date prior to October 1, 
1986 as you may determine. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this /^ /% . day of July, 1986. 



^ 



/ji\(J!A IriMA 




SECRETARY OF STATE 



^r--^,/. n^ 



D I R E C T I N 



4723 

In the office of the Secrelory of So* 
of the Stcrt* of ColHornlo 

■ ;..; 0-33G 

MARCH FQNG EU Secrtttiy Of StStt 



Deputy 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State 
University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (California Educ^ition 
Code Sections 90010-90080, as amended). 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, Treasurer of the State of 
California: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a Twenty-Eighth 
Supplemental Resolution authorizing the issuance of the 
California State University Housing System Revenue Bonds, 
Series AF (herein called the "Supplemental Resolution") and 
said resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of 
the State of California at a meeting duly and regularly held 
on July 22, 1986; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds for 
sale, and to sell the same at private sale to the United 
States of America, acting by and through the Secretary of 
Education (herein called the "Government"), in the parcels 
and numbers set forth in the Loan Agreement referred to in 
said resolution, and said resolution was approved by the 
State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly held on July 22, 1986; 



•'■^ 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sale for cash to the Government, in the parcels and 
numbers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in 
said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolution. Said 
Bonds to be sold shall be $885,000 in aggregate principal 
amount and all dated November 1, 1985. The sale shall take 
place on such date as you may determine, but not later than 

October 1, 1986. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this /^/^ day of July, 1986. 




Attest: 




\hMAck ^\U^ <^ 

SECRETARY OF STATE 




D I R E C T I N 



4724 

FlCED 

In i«w offic* o( *• «<«r^ t *°* 
of Km SMM of Collfornta 

JUL 2 8^986 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary (rf Ststt 



Deputy 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State 
University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et 
seq.) 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a First Supplemental 
Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted by the 
Trustees on April 25, 1968) authorizing the issuance of an 
aggregate principal amount not to exceed $22,550,000 of San 
Jose State University Student Union Revenue Bonds, Series B, 
and said resolution was approved by the State Board of Control 
of the State of California at a meeting duly held on July 22, 

1986; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on July 9, 1986, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds of 
Series B for sale, and to sell the same, in the parcels and 
numbers set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State Treasurer 
to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the purchase of 
said Bonds of Series B to be published in the manner and form 



provided in said resolution, and said resolution was approved 
by the State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly held on July 22, 1986; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series B for sale, and sell the 
same, in the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the terms and 
conditions set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution of the Trustees of The California State 
University. Said Bonds to be sold shall not exceed 
$22,550,000 principal amount of San Jose State University 
Student Union Revenue Bonds, Series B, dated August 1, 1986. 
The sale shall take place at the office of the Treasurer of 
the State of California, Room 110, 915 Capitol Mall, 
Sacramento, California, at 10:00 A.M. on such date prior to 
October 1, 1986 as you may determine. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this /C^ day of July, 1986. 



WmA 



GOVERNOR 
ETARY b: 



1-^ A '■ t-ff^ -^ ■— ^ 



oo 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



^//r." Q^ 



4725 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

of t<M Stu1» of ColiforBlo 

JUL 2 9^985 
MA^yTONG EU, Secretogf of State 

^ Deputy O 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, throughout history, clowns tiave been a valuable source of humor; and 

WHEREAS, clowns have the special job of bringing smiles to the faces of young children 
and putting joy in the hearts of the elderly; and 

WHEREAS, clowns bring happiness to people of all ages and circumstances with their 
humorous costumes and playful nature; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of August 1-7, 1986 clowns throughout the country are 
celebrating National Clown Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians join in this celebration by recognizing and 
appreciating the joy and happiness clowns bring to our lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 1-7, 1986 as Clown 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 29th day of July 
1986. 




4726 



3" '^SltSP' ' 
S3 \ 



a'x l^iJLs'x 1^1. 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



if-ij^ K.«-;*r>;* Rc-tf-j^ M1iP4^ *-m^ 
' TDt" XJSS3 WSS3 ^ 



FILED _ 

In rtw office of the Secretary 0» Stole 
of «iM State of CalHornta 

IG EU, Secretaa of State 



MAR! 




NG EU, Secretaa of Stati 
Deputy 7 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, ostomy is a type of surgery performed to restore the normal bowel or bladder 
functions of persons who suffer from birth defects, disease, injury or other disorders; and 

WHEREAS, nearly 1.5 million people have had ostomies; and 

WHEREAS, people recovering from ostomy surgery have special needs as they strive to 
return to normal, healthy lives; and 

WHEREAS, the United Ostomy Association is a volunteer organization with local 
chapters throughout the state and nation dedicated to facilitating the rehabilitation of persons 
undergoing this surgical procedure; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of August, the United Ostomy Association is observing 
Ostomy Awareness Month in an effort to increase public awareness of ostomy surgery; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 19S6 as Ostomy Awareness Month in California and urge all citizens to 
join in this important observance. 



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 3uly 
1986. 




xfit 



Governor of California 






^]flMA(M ^jrm^ 



Secretary of State 



4727 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



lo 1»I« office of *» Secretory of SMn ^gKl 
C< liM StOl« of Colifornio 



JUL? ^'"996 
MAROtt-fqwe EU, SecrejMf of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, California is a tiigtily mobile society witti a growing appreciation for 
efficient, specialized and low-cost transportation services; and 

WHEREAS, state and local governments have recognized the potential of ridesharing as 
an effective measure for transportation systems management and for the reduction of fuel 
consumption, air pollution, traffic congestion, user transportation costs and parking needs; and 

WHEREAS, in order to meet the transportation needs of the citizens of this state, the 
Department of Transportation has developed and implemented a rideshare program; and 



WHEREAS, this program provides the state with a more efficient transportation system; 



and 



WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all citizens recognize and appreciate the importance of 
ridesharing to the State of California; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-10, 1986 as Rideshare Week in California and urge all citizens to 
join with the California State Department of Transportation and other transportation-related 
groups and individuals in observing this week in honor of ridesharing. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 29th day of 3uly 
1986. 




4728 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th* o»e« of the S«T«Kify of Stat* 
of Km Stat* of ColKofnta 

JUL 2 9^936 

EU, Secretsty of State 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 




WHEREAS, througtiout history, the construction industry has played a vital role in the 
health of our state's boisterous economy; and 

WHEREAS, as the second largest industry in the state, construction provides a dynamic 
yet dependable force for California's continued prosperity; and 

WHEREAS, the skilled entrepreneurship and efficient productivity of the construction 
industry constitute a vital core of the American free enterprise system; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of August i*-lO, 1986 members of the construction industry 
are observing Construction Industry Awareness Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians join in this important observance in 
honor of the dedicated men and women who comprise this valuable industry; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August k-lQ, 1986 as Construction Industry Awareness Week in 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 this 29th day of July 
1986. 



Governor 




of California U 



^9^ 



TTEST: / 



Secretary of State 



'?^ '^ar?'^ *-f3Ci^ ''^gy-^ ^f 



4729 




FILED 

b iHm office of !*>' >!-»»ary o* SM» 
Cf tfM> Steo a< Cnllfofnkl 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ByllfiM./^ 




1 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, throughout America's history, transportation has contributed significantly to 
our growth and development, from the days of river navigation to the jet age and beyond; and 

WHEREAS, the ability to transport goods, services, and people is at the heart of 
America's air transportation network and enhances our economic well-bemg by enriching the 
lives of all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Californians have been a vital part of America's achievements in aviation 
and aeronautics, thereby earning our state a well deserved reputation as a pioneer in this 
exciting field; and 

WHEREAS, the continued progress of aviation and aerospace depends upon the education 
and training of eager, able individuals; and 

WHEREAS, greater public awareness of the role of air transportation and aerospace 
technology encourages further development in these fields; and 

WHEREAS, Aviation-Aerospace Week, observed during the week of September 15-19, 
1986 provides a valuable opportunity to reflect upon past achievements and significant 
contributions of our air and space industries, while recognizing the importance and value of 
the individuals who dedicate their lives to the advancement of our economic well-bemg; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 15-19, 1986 as Aviation-Aerospace Week. 



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 3uly 




S^cc^ /fie.^X-.*^-'^*— 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



2' '^S 



4730 




FILED 

In tho office of th» »«™'ory of »af 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT <^ ^ y^ <^ ^^^^^'^ 

,'UL3 0''986 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




MARGri roue DJ,. S«C2m/f St3W 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, in 19'f9, the State of California instituted the Merit Award Program to 
recognize state employees for their cost effective suggestions, acts of heroism, and superior 
accomplishments; and 

WHEREAS, since the inception of the Merit Award Program 37 years ago, state 
employees have submitted more than 100,000 suggestions designed to improve the efficiency 
and effectiveness of state government; and 

WHEREAS, over 2,800 of these suggestions have been adopted, resulting in substantial 
savings and increased efficiency, including a savings of $^^,823, 623 for suggestions adopted in 
Fiscal Year 1985/86, the largest first year savings in the history of the program; and 

WHEREAS, under the Merit Award Program, 155 state employees have received honorary 
commendations for their extraordinary acts of heroism which were performed at great risk in 
an effort to save the life of another individual; and 

WHEREAS, through the years, many industrious and dedicated state employees have 
contributed exceptional ideas which have significantly reduced operating and energy expendi- 
tures, generated additional revenues, and saved time and labor; and 

WHEREAS, through the creative and innovative participation of state employees in the 
Merit Award Program, the efficiency and effectiveness of state government has been greatly 
improved, and for this they are deserving of statewide recognition and appreciation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend all state employees who have actively participated in the state's Merit 
Award Program for the significant contributions they have made to the economy and 
efficiency of California State Government, and encourage continued participation by all state 
employees in this valuable endeavor. 



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 July 
1986. 




^^ 




Governor of California 



^fl/jAcJlA ^frmiu 



Secretary of State 






(g I 



4517 



' 9 
i 






t 



^4)t i^eJK^'-jt W£Jti'^ kTUIo'^ k'ZJIbJ'^ ^iJ 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



,^ FICED 

In riw oMo* of ftM S«ratary of 3tot* 
of iiw StDl» of CalKornki 



y Deputy // j 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, the role of Black Americans, of both the past and present, is gaining greater 
significance throughout California; and 

WHEREAS, we can all learn from the lives of famous Blacks of the past, including 
George Washington Carver, Harriet Tubman, Booker T. Washington, and Dr. Carter Goodwin 
Woodson; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated individuals, along with countless other Black men and 
women, committed their lives to improving not only their lives but the lives of all Afro- 
Americans and the nation as a whole; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of February, cities, schools and organizations throughout 
California will be paying tribute to Black ancestors who contributed significantly to the 
development of America; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the Black heroes of the past and the Black leaders of 
today be honored as we rededicate ourselves to providing equality and justice for all; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Black American History Month. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of Decem- 
ber 19S5. 



Governor of California 




^^^*-<C.fc. y^36t«o^>Oow^d^<t*^ <* 







ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




■-:- \ 



1^"% »re^-a'^ iTwRJ^ t.'- 



4518 






t-.-."^ t^t-^^;; *;.-yj;< 



^-^ k'b^U'^ tiZX^-x aci^ 





















EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

Id tiw oMm of trw Socrvtary of Stofo 
of liN State a( California 

MARCH F(k EU, Secr^jpf StatB 

7 "^ (y 




SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do hereby proclaim and 
order that a special election shall be held on the 3rd day of 3une, 1986, within the 55th 
Assembly District of the State, to fill the vacancy in the office of Member of Assembly from 
said district resulting from the resignation of Assemblyman Richard J. Alatorre. 



IN WITNESS T 

and caused 



ATTEST: 




■REOF I have hereunto set my hand 
I.. Great Seal of the State of 



California to be affixed this 3rd day of January 
"86. 



<C£-- ^JUUj<Jc^^>*jt.yU^ 



Governor of Ccilifornia 



Secretary of State ' 






4519 










1 



i 



FILED 

In tll9 OffiOS OT m9 SMFCta^ Of StCrfV 

of Int SIbIv of Colifornfo 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 




WHEREAS, quality education represents society's greatest and most lasting gift to new 
generations; and 

WHEREAS, the future of our state depends largely on the work of dedicated and 
professional teachers; and 

WHEREAS, teachers have the important task of helping today's students become 
tomorrow's leaders; and 

WHEREAS, along with academic instruction, teachers provide students with valuable 
guidance, support and encouragement; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the many 
contributions teachers make to the State of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May l^, 1986 as Day of the Teacher in California and urge all citizens to 
participate in observances that exF>ress their appreciation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
Ceilifornia to be affixed this 6th day of January 
1986. 




4520 












1" "^S 



^^ ^*i3l3^ *^^ 



[-?:« i^SiS?^ arSKsi* ;^e* 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In ItM «fll(» of tha SKTctoiy of Stat* 
ef Mm Statt of CalHernIa 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the courage and selflessness to save lives exist within each one of us when 
the proper training and information is available; and 

WHEREAS, survival guides that are distributed provide concise, understandable life 
saving procedures which assist countless individuals who face emergency, life threatening 
situations; and 

WHEREAS, the dramatization of a survival guide can reach even more citizens, 
particularly children who may better comprehend procedures which are presented live or in 
videotape productions; and 

WHEREAS, in conjunction with Pacific Bell, the Alpine, Mother Lode, San Joaquin 
Emergency Medical Services Agency is dramatizing a survival guide for use in sdiools, with 
civic organizations, and as public service media programs; and 

WHEREAS, the increased public awareness of life saving techniques generated by this 
and similar programs will prove invaluable to all Californians during emergencies; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 13-18, 1986 as Save a Life Week and encourage all Californians to 
increase their knowledge and awareness of life saving procedures. 





4521 



i 



Si' ' 



fc earn 






^iJKj^^ K'e^?'^ i 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In A* oNka of lh» Swrttory o# SloH 
of Km Stat* of ColKornta 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, Dr. Martin Luther King, 3r. led the civil rights movement for over 12 years 
and was devoted to the lofty principles of raciail equality and nonviolent social change; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. King was instrumental in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 196'f and 
the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to obtain 
equal rights and justice for all Americans; and 

WHEREAS, January 15-20, 1986 has been designated as a week of celebration in honor of 
Dr. King, commencing with the 57th anniversary of the birth of Dr. King and concluding with 
the first national observance in remembrance of his life, legacy and dream; and 

WHEREAS, this celebration provides a time for national unity— a time when Americans 
of every race, religion and class can reflect on the principles of racial equality and nonviolent 
social change; and 

WHEREAS, this holiday is an appropriate time for Californians to reflect on the ideals of 
peace, freedom and justice for which Dr. King marched, preached and finally died; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 15-20, 1986 as Martin Luther King, 3r. Week in California and urge 
edl citizens to join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of January 
1986. 







4522 




m 



I If™ 



5?l 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

« th« Stat* of ColHomla 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a cloud of suspicion fell upon all 
Americans of Jaf>anese ancestry; and 



WHEREAS, this fear of sabotage and espionage led to the issuance of Executive Order 
No. 9066 on February 19, 19'>2, which resulted in the evacuation and internment of 112,000 
American citizens of Japanese ancestry; and 

WHEREAS, thousands of native born and naturalized American citizens were forced to 
sell their possessions, farms and businesses and relocate to bleak camps surrounded by barbed 
wire; and 

WHEREAS, these American citizens and residents, -separated from their family and 
friends, suffered severe emotional and financial trauma during this dark chapter of American 
history; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that the internment of Japanese Americans during World War 
n be remembered to ensure that American citizens will never again be refused their personal 
hberties while residing in their own country; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California do 
hereby proclaim February 19, 1986 as A Day of Remembrance: Japanese American Evacuation 
and encourage all Calif ornians to reflect qjon this tragic action taken against American 
citizens. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of January 
1986. 





Governor of California 




Secretary of State / 




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I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, pursuant to Section 2553 
of the Elections Code, hereby proclaim that the Statewide Direct Primary Election shall be 
held on the third day of 3une, 1986, at which time such state, county, judicial or other offices 
as are required by law to be filled at such election are to be so filled. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will also be submitted to the voters such 
proposed constitutional amendments, questions, propositions, and initiative measures as are 
required to be so submitted by the Constitution and laws of 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 6thday of January 
1986. 



Governor of California 



Secretary of State 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, fetal alcohol syndrome is a fiattern of mental, physical and behavioral 
defects that may develop in the unix>rn child when its mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy; 
and 

WHEREAS, fetal alcohol syndrome can result in such serious health problems as: 
deficiencies in prenatal and postnatal growth that are associated with mental retardation; 
developmental disabilities that may cause an infant to experience delays in learning to walk 
and speak; and heart defects, including defects in the wall between the chambers of the heart; 
and 

WHEREAS, the discovery of fetal cilcohol syndrome as a major health problem is a recent 
occurrence and many questions regarding the illness remain unanswered; and 

WHEREAS, Congress has designated January 12-19, 1986 as National Fetal Alcohol 
Syndrome Awareness Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that all Californians recognize the frequency and severity of 
alcohol-related birth defects; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 12-19, 1986 as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness 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 8th day of January 
1986. 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, the Junior League is a service organization dedicated to improving the 
quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, the Junior League makes meiny outstanding contributions to our state through 
projects and programs relating to the areas of education, health and the arts; and 

WHEREAS, in the spirit of community pride and awareness, the Junior League 
continually researches areas of community need and endeavors to meet those needs through 
projects, programs and advocacy efforts affecting local, state and national levels; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
outstanding services provided by the members of this fine organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Junior League for its fine work on behalf of the welfare 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 this 9th day of January 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




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Secretary of State / 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, public safety is vital to the continued prosperity of our state; and 

WHEREAS, while crime and the fear of crime have traditionally affected metropolitan 
areas, rural communities have recently seen an increase in criminal activity; and 

WHEREAS, rural crime often involves the loss or damage of equipment, cattle, 
chemicals, commodities and other goods, resulting in significant economic losses which slow 
production and increase the cost of farm operations; and 

WHEREAS, state and local agencies must work together with individual citizens and 
private industry to bring an end to the devastating effects of rurail crime; and 

WHEREAS, in order to increase public awareness of the effects of rural crime, the 
California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force is observing Rural Crime Prevention Month 
during February; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Rural Crime Prevention Month 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 I'fth day of January 
1986. 





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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, on January 22, 191 S, the Ukrainian people proclaimed their independence, 
enjoying the full rights, freedoms, and cultural independence of self-government; and 

WHEREAS, the Ukrainian people bravely defended their cherished freedoms and land 
against domination by the Russians and Poles; and 

WHEREAS, following four years of heavy fighting, the Soviet Union occupied the Ukraine 
in 1923 and has imposed a system of oppression on the Ukrainian people, effectively denying 
their basic human rights; and 

WHEREAS, the courageous spirit of the Ukrainian people remains undaunted as they 
continue to fight for their freedoms, independence and rights of self-determination; and 

WHEREAS, Americans of Ukrainian heritage annually commemorate January 22 as 
Ukrainian Independence Day in observance of the ongoing struggle in their homeland; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 22, 195^6 as Ukrainian Independence Day in recognition of the 68th 
anniversary of the independence of the Ukrainian National Republic. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this I'tth day of January 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, seventy- five years of community service is a noteworthy milestone whiich is 
deserving of celebration; and 

WHEREAS, in 1986 the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles is observing 75 
years of achievement and outreach to the community; and 

WHEREAS, the Jewish Federation Council, composed of more than 500 Jewish 
organizations in the greater Los Angeles area, effectively responds to the needs of the Jewish 
community and enhances the cultural, socieil and educational services provided; and 

WHEREAS, among the Jewish Federation Council's established objectives are the "5 R's" 
of relief, rescue, ritual, renaissance of Jewish culture, and recognition; and 

WHEREAS, while serving the community, the Jewish Federation Council emh>odies the 
faith and traditions shared by Jews throughout the world; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Jewish Federation Council on the occasion of its 75th anniversary and 
offer best wishes for every future fulfillment. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this I'fth day of January 
1986. 




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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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JANl 5 '?'-"- 
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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the education of pur young people represents society's greatest and most 
lasting gift to new generations; and 

WHEREAS, a child's capacity to learn is affected bv that child's mental, physical and 
emotional health; and 

WHEREAS, school health professionals contribute significantly to the welfare of our 
children through the prevention, detection and treatment of illness in schools; and 

WHEREAS, the professional management of children's health has resulted in a safer and 
more productive educational environment; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that ail Californians recognize and appreciate the vital role 
of school health professionals; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 3anuary 20-2't, 1986 as School Health Awareness Week in California, in honor 
of the dedicated service provided by school health professionals. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this l^fth day of January 
1986. 







Governor of Cadifornia 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-*9-86 



WHEREAS, Government Code Section 20816 p>ermits State employees (including members 
of the State Teachers' Retirement System designated as State employees) and higher education 
employees who are members of the Public Employees' Retirement System to receive an 
additional two (2) years of service credit whenever the Governor determines by executive 
order that 

1) because of an impending curtailment of or change in the manner of performing 
services, the best interests of the State would be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees; and 

2) sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from award of such credit; and 

WHEREAS, the impact of changes in funding levels and methods of providing services to 
achieve program efficiencies may result in a curtailment of employees in State government, 
the University of California, and the California State University; and 

WHEREAS, the best interests of the State would therefore be served by encouraging the 
retirement of State employees through the award of an additional two years of service credit; 
and 

WHEREAS, sufficient economies could be realized to offset any cost to State agencies 
resulting from the award of such credit; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
Cadifornia, do hereby issue this order to be implemented according to the following criteria: 

A. State agencies facing staff reductions are eligible to participate in the Early 
Retirement Program. 

B. State agencies, other than the University of California and California State 
University, shall submit applications to participate in the program to the Depart- 
ment of Personnel Administration after securing approval of the appropriate 
Agency Secretary. 

C. The University of California and California State University will utilize the same 
criteria as applied to their respective programs, and if electing to participate in 
the program, will submit their applications directly to the Department of Finance 
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All applications shall include documentation of staff reductions, associated costs of 
participating in the Program, anticipated savings and other relevant information 
supporting the proposal. 

The Department of Personnel Administration will transmit approved State agency 
applications to the Department of Finance for fiscal review. 

Payment of Public Employees' Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement 
System costs will be made in a manner and time acceptable to participating State 
agencies. University of California, California State University, Public Employees' 
Retirement System and State Teachers' Retirement System Boards, and the 
Department of Finance. 

The Program will be effective March 1, 1986and will terminate 3une 28, 1986( 120days). 

If the University of California and Ccilifornia State University elect to participate 
in the program, the eligibility period will not exceed 120 days and will commence on 
the respective dates agreed to by those organizations and the Department of 
Finance. 

State agencies, the University of California, and the Ccilifornia State University 
are hereby advised that this program is to be viewed as a means to alleviate or 
minimize the stress and hardship on personnel in those areas of government facing 
staff reductions. 

Although the applications of the various agencies may be accepted, employee 
participation is totally voluntary. 

All approved plans are subject to the provisions of Government Code Section 20816. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this /V day of January 
1986 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 







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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-50-86 

WHEREAS, the State spends more than $300 million annually for energy at State-funded 
institutions; and 

WHEREAS, increased energy costs have taken a greater percentage of the State 
facilities' operating budget, reducing funds available for essential services; and 



and 



and 



WHEREAS, proven cost saving measures are available to significantly reduce these costs; 
WHEREAS, sound business practice requires accountability for controlling expenditures; 
WHEREAS, the energy infrastructure at State-owned facilities is in need of repair; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. The following goals for State facilities are hereby established; 

(a) Reduce energy use (adjusted for varying levels of service) by 15% for fiscal 
year 1989/90 and 25% for Fiscal Year 1992/93 as compared to Fiscal Year 
1979/80; 

(b) Increase the efficiency and use of available energy resources at State 
facilities without endangering public health and safety; 

(c) Provide adequate and reliable energy infrastructure at all major State 
institutions by FY 1992/93; 

(d) Increase the use of public/private arrangements for providing the necessary 
infrastructure improvements. 

2. All State agencies responsible for State facilities shall: 

(a) Monitor monthly facility energy use and report on a quarterly basis to the 
Department of General Services' Office of Energy Assessments; 

(b) Develop, implement, and update annually an agency-wide five-year Energy 
Management Plan including a standardized facility auditing program; 

(c) Designate energy managers responsible for carrying out the Energy Manage- 
ment Plan at all State facilities. 






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The Department of Finance and the Department of General Services, in 
cooperation with the California Energy Commission, shall develop the procedures 
and standard practices necessary to carry out these goals and actions. 

The following agencies are encouraged to comply with this Order to the greatest 
extent possible: 

Board of Governor's, Community Colleges 
Regents of the University of California 
Trustees of the California State University 

State-leased facilities are to comply with this Order to the greatest extent 
possible, subject to the individual terms and conditions of the lease. 

The California Public Utilities Commission and the California Energy Commission 
are requested to support this Order where possible. 

This Executive Order supersedes Executive Order 78-81. 



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 January 
1986 



ATTEST: 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA marc^t^'bI Jrw<rf sta^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California's history as a leader of the entertainment industry, and the film 
industry's great contribution to that fame are deserving of California's support and praise; and 

WHEREAS, the film industry continues as one of California's respected contributors to 
its robust society, directly employing 80,000 Californians and indirectly employing over 
150,000; and 

WHEREAS, despite California's long-standing recognition as a leader and prized location 
for film production, it has become necessary to more actively promote California's competi- 
tive advantages of this great industry; and 

WHEREAS, the California Film Office was established to enhance and promote Califor- 
nia through streamlined and simplified processing, reduction and elimination of permit fees, 
establishment of a computerized location library and a general public awareness process; and 

WHEREAS, the film industry and California have a fond relationship which strengthens 
the lives of so mamy citizens and is deserving of deep recognition and appreciation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 22, 1986, as Film and Video Production Day in recognition of the film 
industry's contributions of California and in honor of the first anniversary of the California 
Film Office. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «. *. s^ «* c-""-'- 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA marchAg eu. secr^^ st^^ 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






WHEREAS, the continued good health of the citizens of this state is vitally important to 
the welfare of the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, intravenous nurses are health care professionals dedicated to improving the 
qucility of health care provided the citizens of this state; and 

WHEREAS, intravenous nurses are expanding their health care role through increased 
education, research and practical training; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Congress has declared 3anuary 26 as Intravenous Nurse 
Day in recognition of the Intravenous Specialty Practice and National Intravenous Therapy; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
services provided by intravenous nurses; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 26, 1986 as Intravenous Nurse 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 January 
1986. 



Governor of California 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a cloud of suspicion fell upon all 
Americans of Japanese ancestry; and 

WHEREAS, this fear of satxjtage and espionage led to the issuance of Executive Order 
No. 9066 on February 19, 19<f2, which resulted in the evacuation and internment of 112,000 
American citizens of Japanese ancestry; and 

WHEREAS, thousands of Japanese Americans were forced to sell their possessions, farms 
and businesses and relocate to bleak camps surrounded by barbed wire; and 

WHEREAS, these American citizens and residents, separated from their family and 
friends, suffered severe emotional and financial trauma during this dark chapter of American 
history; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that the internment of Japanese Americans during World War 
II be remembered to ensure that American citizens will never agciin be refused their personal 
liberties while residing in their own country; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 19, 1986 as A Day of Remembrance: Japanese American Evacuation 
and encourage all Calif ornians to reflect upon this tragic action taken against American 
citizens. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 16th day of January 
1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: , 

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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT - *• ^^ »♦ ^'^-'«' 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^y^^^^J^A^ 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State oi California 







WHEREAS, during the golden age of movies, large productions featuring stars such as 
3ohn Wayne and Fred Astaire employed thousands of extras as well; and 

WHEREAS, these screen extras often had to work long hours under dangerous conditions 
without the security of health and retirement benefits; and 

WHEREAS, in \3k5 the Screen Extras Guild was founded to act as the sole bargaining 
agent for motion picture extras and dancers; and 

WHEREAS, members of the Screen Extras Guild employed in various locations, including 
Hollywood, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, now receive important health, welfare, and 
retirement benefits; and 

WHEREAS, the Screen Extras Guild provides background players for major television, 
movie, and commercial productions; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Screen Extras Guild as it celebrates its WXh anniversary and offer best 
wishes for every future success. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of 3anuary 
1986. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^MiM:SLjDiM, 

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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California owes its prosperous development and rich ethnic diversity to 
dedicated individuals who immigrated to this land of hope and prosperity from around the 
world; and 

WHEREAS, among these contributing immigrants were people from throughout Asia who 
brought with them their deep sense of cultural unity and reverence for their heritage; and 

WHEREAS, during February 1986, many Asian communities throughout California will 
welcome Lunar Year h(i%k, the Year of the Tiger; and 

WHEREAS, this traditional observance helps preserve the cherished customs of the past 
while providing a forum for cultural exchange and understanding with all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, while celebrating the Lunar New Year, Asian Americans receive a sense of 
ethnic unity while maintaining the individual characteristics of their unique culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1986 as the Year of the Tiger and extend best wishes to all Californians 
observing this special event. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of January 
1986. 




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Governor of Cadifornia 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ""At^^^SZ^"^ 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA MAR0(rWN6 EU. SetrrtSw estate, 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, on February 6, 1936, Consumers Union of United States, Inc. was founded to 
provide valuable information and counsel to consumers on a wide range of products and 
services; and 

WHEREAS, since that time. Consumers Union, through its major publication Consumers 
Report , has helped ensure that the consumer is knowledgeable and able to participate in the 
increasingly complex marketplace; and 

WHEREAS, for the past five decades. Consumers Union has been a leader in the area of 
product safety and has pursued reforms to make the marketplace more fair for consumers; and 

WHEREAS, Consumers Union is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 1986 with plans to 
provide increased services to the consumer and further protect our safety; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME31AN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 2-8, 1986 as Consumers Union Week in recognition of the 50 years of 
contributions and improvements made by Consumers Union. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of January 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



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JAN2 ? ■g^r 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, India has a proud and noble history, both ancient and modern; and 

WHEREAS, a major element of that history is a desire for freedom— the freedom of self 
government; auid 

WHEREAS, to obtain that freedom and independence, Indians struggled for decades 
against the colonists who ruled them for centuries; and 

WHEREAS, on January 26, 1950, the cherished dream of independence was realized when 
India officially proclaimed her status as a free and independent republic; and 

WHEREAS, in 1986, the Indian community in California will commemorate ttie 36th 
anniversary of this historic proclamation for freedom; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim lanuary 26, 1986 as India Republic Day in California in recognition of 
California's prospering Indian community and the numerous contributions it has made to o\x 
state. 



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 January 
1986. 




Governor of California c/ 



ATTEST: 



DflUAolA ^jrVM^ 



Secretary of State 



4539 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT JAi 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA Byi£i 



'n *• o«o« of t«M SKretary of Stat* 
« «•• Stgl* of Colifornlo 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



V3^ 



WHEREAS, California agriculture is fundamental to the prosperity of our entire state, 
providing nearly one-third of our state's jobs; and 

WHEREAS, the increasing demand for food and other agricultural products requires that 
we assure it's growth and vigor in California by encouraging our young people to pursue careers 
in this vital area; and 

WHEREAS, the California Future Farmers of America provide renowned leadership in 
agricultural education including the growing, processing and marketing of products, as well as 
developing leadership, citizenship, productivity and teamwork skills; and 

WHEREAS, during its 58-year history, the Future Farmers of America has become an 
integral part of many of our high school's curriculum, with over 23,000 members in 329 high 
schools throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, in preparing for careers in agriculture, the Future Farmers of America 
students and teachers strive to continuously improve this great industry for the welfare of all 
citizens and play an important role in ensuring the future progress and prosperity of our state 
and nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-22, 1986 as Future Farmers of America 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 22nd day of January 
1986. 

Governor of California C/ 




4540 



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FILED 

In th. otBc, of ^^'i^^S u *°^ 
of th* Slott of CalHornlc 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^ ^'^^^^'■^ - 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout California, we are blessed with vibrant, prospering communities 
which are enhanced by the dedicated participation of service organizations; and 

WHEREAS, the California 3aycees exemplify these community oriented groups which 
contribute resources and energy to the betterment of the community; and 

WHEREAS, the many worthwhile projects of the 3aycees include senior citizen programs, 
assistance for the disabled, and community beautification programs; and 

WHEREAS, through participation in the Haycees, members receive important leadership 
training which benefits them as well as the communities they serve; and 

WHEREAS, the California 3aycees will be celebrating National 3aycee Week during the 
week of January 19, 1986; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim January 19-25, 1986 as California 3aycee Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 23rd day of January 
1986. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ^^H^^.*^. | 



4541 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



'»• 0«" of th* Ucrttary of Stat. 
o» Mm Stole of Collfornte 

»WRC»Cri)NfiEU,Secn»taiyofSbto 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, the residents of California are very mobile and use their automobiles more 
than the people of any other state; and 

WHEREAS, automobile collisions in 198't resulted in 'f,999 persons killed and another 
310,000 injured on California roadways; and 

WHEREAS, many of those tragedies could have been prevented by using common sense 
and practicing defensive driving techniques; and 

WHEREAS, public and private institutions, along with concerned individuals, can promote 
traffic safety by increasing public awareness of proper safety methods; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of May 18-2V, 1986, the public is encouraged by private 
organizations to use additional caution on the highways and roads of California; and 

WHEREAS, this observance should lead to greater safety awareness on our streets and 
highways; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 18-2'>, 1986 as California Traffic Safety Week and encourage all citizens 
to participate in appropriate activities. 



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 January 
1986. 



Govef 




rnor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



SprrptArv nf Stat«» ' 



Secretary of State 



4542 













EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In the <Mc» of the S«:r<rtory of Sttrt* 
of Ul« Slat* of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



and 



WHEREAS, the future of California depends upon the development of our young people; 



WHEREAS, many of our nation's youth experience serious problems that cause them to 
leave home at an early age; and 



and 



WHEREAS, during 1985, nearly 1,000,000 youth across the nation ran away from home; 




WHEREAS, while some children return home, the majority of runaway youth live on the 
streets in danger of exploitation and abuse; and 

WHEREAS, Project Safe Place is a federally funded runaway and homeless youth 
program which provides protection for youth on the streets; and 

WHEREAS, California is proud to be the first state to launch Project Safe Place; and 

WHEREAS, the success of this important project depends on the continued cooperation 
of individual citizens, private businesses and government organizations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 9-15, 1986 as California Safe Place Week. 



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 January 
1986. 




4543 










Id 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

!n the offie* of the Secretory of State 
of the Sigte of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the American flag raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo 3ima, by the United States 
Marine Corps is the most renowned representation of that illustrious service unit in its long 
history; and 

WHEREAS, February 19 and 23, 1986, mark the t^lst anniversary of the Marines landing 
and memorable flag raising; and 

WHEREAS, uncommon valor was a common virtue of the Marines of the Third, Fourth 
and Fifth Marine Divisions and supporting units that participated in the battle at Iwo 3ima; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians be reminded of the sacrifice and 
heroism displayed by the Corps in defeating a formidable enemy and providing an advanced 
base for the Army Air Force, thereby saving thousands of lives and bringing the war in the 
Pacific closer to a conclusion; and 

WHEREAS, in memory of those brave men who gave their lives as well as those who 
survived, Californians share in this tribute to the unbridled gallanty and lasting achievement of 
the U.S. Marine Corps; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Iwo ]ima Month in California. 





4544 









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I FILED 

In the offie* of the Secretary of State 
of the State of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT JAN2 8"^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA Byi 



Deputy 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, our nation's history is a continuing epic of exciting adventures and brave, 
creative people who have dedicated themselves to freedom; and 

WHEREAS, through studying the heroes of the past, we gain greater insight into the 
price of our cherished freedoms and receive a deeper appreciation of what it means to be an 
American; and 

WHEREAS, a reverence for our past provides all students of history an opportunity to 
further their understanding of the present and enrich their hopes for the future; and 

WHEREAS, the Daughters of the American Revolution annually observes February as 
American History Month and sponsors appropriate activities to promote our common and 
blessed heritage; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as American History Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 28th day of January 
1986. 




ATTEST: 




•ill T^Vi^vxl -^ ^^ 



Governor of California 



IIYImaoJa Jr]/u^Ly 



Secretary of State 



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4545 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED 

In th» olRca of l4ie Secretary of Stol* 
of ttM Stole of California 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the international frozen food industry began in the United States with 
vegetables, fruit, meat and fish first packaged and offered to consumers in 1930; and 

WHEREAS, since that time, the frozen food industry has played a significant role in the 
economic growth and prosperity of our state; and 

WHEREAS, the American frozen food industry continues to research and develop 
improved methods of bringing the nutrition, quality and taste of American agricultural 
products to the American consumer; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that Californians recognize and appreciate the significant 
contributions the frozen food industry makes to the nutritional well-being of the American 
people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Frozen Food Month in California. 



nsi 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 January 
1986. 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 




ifio^ 



Secretary of State 




,j SB 



4546 




FILED _ 

In *» office o< *• secretary o» SM» 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"*•«.*. «=t. »» co,ho.>o 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



JAf.'^ ^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the citizens of California are proud of the long tradition of excellence 
established by the agriculture industry in our state and of the high quality of products 
produced by our state's farmers; and 

WHEREAS, much of this diversity and agricultural wealth is due to the hard work and 
success of the 350 potato growers of California; and 

WHEREAS, potatoes have taken a lead in fresh produce by becoming the first fresh 
vegetable to have a nutritional label; and 

WHEREAS, the versatile potato can help consumers prepare nutritious and low-cost 
meals; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize and appreciate the vital contributions made 
by California potato farmers to the welfare of this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Potato Lover's Month 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 28th day of 3anuary 
1986. 




I 



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4547 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th« offio* of the Secretory of Stote 
Of tht StatV of Colifornio 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State oi California 



WHEREAS, Americans 65 years and older make up 11% of the U.S. population, yet they 
take more than 25% of all medicines sold in this country; and 

WHEREAS, thousands of drug products are available without prescription, and seniors 
buy $1 billion worth each year; and 

WHEREAS, misuse of these medications is a serious health hazard among the senior 
population; and 

WHEREAS, through endeavors of education and prevention, the rate of misuse can be 
reduced and its deleterious effects lessened; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of February, concerned pharmacies, public health clinics 
and senior centers are observing Seniors Medication Awareness Month to alert seniors and the 
general public to the dangers of medication misuse and on ways of preventing this serious problem; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Seniors Medication Awareness Month 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 28th day of January 




4548 




FILED 

In ^ o*fle« of th« Secretary of Sfote 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -«-'^'';"- 

JAN 2 8'-^^' 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA MAKCH^FONGJU, S^cr^K^nr^ S«. 

Byi 



^> Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, multiple sclerosis is a major neurological disease with no known cause or 
cure; and 

WHEREAS, this deadly disease strikes 200 people each week and afflicts two million 
people worldwide; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness regarding the circumstances surrounding this 
tragic illness may encourage further research and better understanding of the causes of this 
disease; and 

WHEREAS, Students Against Multiple Sclerosis is a non-profit, educational organization 
dedicated to informing the public regarding the debilitating effects of this disease; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of February, Students Against Multiple Sclerosis is 
observing Multiple Sclerosis Month; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Multiple Sclerosis Month 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 28th day of January 



Governor of California 







4549 






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^^ ;rS"*-J^ 1^6. 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




« «• Stot. «>f ColHofnto 

JAN 3 0'9QG 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, ttie American flag raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo 3ima, by the United States 
Marines is the most renowned representation of that illustrious Corps in their long history; and 

WHEREAS, February 19 and 23, 1986, mark the '>lst anniversary of the Marines landing 
and flag raising; and 

WHEREAS, "Uncommon valor was a common virtue" of those Marines of the Third, 
Fourth and Fifth Marine Divisions and supporting units; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians be reminded of the sacrifice and 
heroism displayed by the Corps in defeating a formidable enemy and providing an advanced 
base for the Army Air Force and thereby saving thousands of lives and bringing the war m the 
Pacific closer to a conclusion; and 

WHEREAS, in memory of those who gave their lives as well as those who survived, 
Californians share in this tribute to their unbridled gallantry and lasting achievement; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Iwo Hima Month 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 28th day of January 





4550 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

In 4<i« effic* of IIm Sacratory of Stata 
of tho Stol* of California 

JAN 3 1 -H. 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA B^^M^^k^fkW 

^ Deputy J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, marriage is a special union between two people that strengthens the 
foundation of our society; and 

WHEREAS, from earliest times, this sacred bond has been a lasting and important value 
in the American way of life; and 

WHEREAS, marriage and its enduring values of trust, faith, and love foster a loving, 
positive environment which allows each member of the family to develop to his greatest 
potential; and 

WHEREAS, this hallowed institution provides security, reassurance, and support in a 
world often fraught with doubts and difficulties; and 

WHEREAS, on February 9, 1986, Worldwide Marriage Encounter will observe World 
Marriage Day and celebrate the commitment of marriage and family; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 9, 1986 as World Marriage 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 31st day of January 
1986. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




4551 



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FILED 

In Id* oMc* of th* Sacratary of Stat* 
of <«w Stat* of California 



JAN 3 1 ^9Br. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT MARCHiweEHij*™^^ 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA > d^ 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 












WHEREAS, the future of the State of California rests in the health and well-being of our 
children; and 

WHEREAS, 95% of school age children are afflicted with dental disease; and 

WHEREAS, proper preventive care can reduce and often eliminate the need for 
restorative and replacement dentistry; and 

WHEREAS, the month of February is nationally recognized as Children's Dental Health 
Month; and 

WHEREAS, during this time, the California Dental Hygienists' Association will sponsor 
its annual Children's Dental Health Faire educating over 8,000 youngsters in proper preventive 
dentistry techniques; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 1986 as Children's Dental Health Month 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 31st day of January 
1986. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



^Ai~r»»tarv nf Statp ' 



Secretary of State 



4552 



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H^HHI^^Hi^B^HI^ PILED 

la lU o«ca of t«M SKrMiy of Stata 
of th« S»a1« of Colifornio 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT fe6 3 -9Sg 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^fX^:^ 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, 25 years ago, President John F. Kennedy created the United States Peace 
Corps as an experimental program, designed to help developing countries meet the need for 
skilled workers and encourage mutual understanding between host countries and America; and 

WHEREAS, since its inception, the Peace Corps has become a symbol of the volunteer 
spirit of America— harnessing the energies of 120,000 volunteers to help people throughout the 
world help themselves in their reach for a better life; and 

WHEREAS, thousands of Californians have participated in this worthy program and have 
since returned to California, enriched by their experience and more knowledgeable of the 
world and the challenges of building a lasting peace; and 

WHEREAS, in commemoration of a quarter of a century of goodwill and volunteer 
service to underdeveloped nations throughout the world, the State of California is proud to 
acknowledge the anniversary of the Peace Corps; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February I, 1986 through September 30, 1986 as a period for Californians to 
commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Peace Corps. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 31st day of January 
1986. 




4553 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






FILED 

In llw oMo* of th« SKTVtary of Stat* 

or (tM S«at» of Collfofnfa f^aa? 



FEB.] 



By: 




Secretsiy of St3tB 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, bowling in a fun-filled and exciting sport that provides friendly competition 
and challenge to participants and spectators alike: and 

WHEREAS, bowling has achieved widespread popularity among participants of all ages 
and capabilities; and 

WHEREAS, the Orange County Women's Bowling Association has been selected to host 
the Women's International Bowling Congress' 67th Annual Championship Tournament and 
Convention; and 

WHEREAS, this prestigious event will be attended by over 3,700 delegates representing 
all fifty states; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians are proud to welcome the outstanding competitors partici- 
pating in this Championship Tournament; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 30-April 5, 1986 as Women's Bowling 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 3rd dav of February 
1986. 




Governor of California 




lJ)flMAoJA Jrm^ 

Secretary of State ' 






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4554 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -'^^••''^-Tjr'^ 



FtSt) 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA mAm''m.^^ 



l/ Deputy 77" 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, the outstanding achievements and ideas of the American inventor, Thomas 
Alva Edison form a living legacy which continues to inspire all who are commited to science 
and its related disciplines; and 

WHEREAS, his inventive genius and exceptional dedication to careful research and 
experimentation inspired new industries and technologies which have contributed significantly 
to the growth and development of the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, the continuing pursuit of excellence in science and technology ensures the 
advancement of society; and 

WHEREAS, California's technological community plays an important role in guiding the 
future scientists and engineers of our state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation has chosen February 11, 1986 as Edison 
Science and Engineering Youth Day to stimulate interest and involvement in science and 
technology; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 11, 1986 as Edison Science and Engineering Youth Day and 
encourage continued cooperation between California science and industry and the educational 
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 February 
1986. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"^-JtlCJ-S.^^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FEB 5 -'QGu 



MAROffONe EU, acTftny-of state 



By-ti^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, alcohol and drug abuse among our children is a serious and devastating 
problem that continues to plague our nation; and 

WHEREAS, continued cooperation between public and private organizations is essential 
in order to effectively address the problem of substance abuse in California; and 

WHEREAS, Project "Strive for Excellence" is a pilot program jointly established by the 
California Lions Club and the California Congress of Parents, Teachers and Students that 
fights the problem of substance abuse in California by focusing on the quality and value of life 
free from alcohol and drug abuse; and 

WHEREAS, this innovative project will afford California school children the opportunity 
to receive Presidential recognition for their long-term commitment to a lifestyle free of 
substance abuse by means of a White House Honor Roll; and 

WHEREAS, with the assistance of local community Lions Clubs, Project "Strive for 
Excellence" will soon be implemented in every PTA district throughout the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the California Lions Clubs and the California Congress of Parents, Teachers 
and Students for the development and initiation of Project "Strive for Excellence". 



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 February 
1986. 



GoverncJ 





ATTEST: 



IJYlMAoi/\ Jr)/^L/ 

Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In th« office of the Secretory of Sfot» 
at th* Stol* of Collfornlg 

FEB? -'&3G 

MARCH F0N6 EU, Secretary_o{^SUt8 



By-i 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, the children of California are our most vital resource and it is important that 
we continue to provide them with an environment in which they can strive for excellence; and 

WHEREAS, school counselors play a vital role in the important task of helping today's 
students become tomorrow's leaders by uniting parents, teachers, administrators and others in 
the community to strengthen the educational system; and 

WHEREAS, counselors not only assist young people with their studies, they also provide 
valuable supf>ort and encouragement to students who are in need of comfort and guidance; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the dedicated 
efforts of school counselors throughout the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-22, 1986 as California School Counseling and Guidance Week and 
urge all citizens to participate in observances that express their appreciation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 6th day of Februarv 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California t/ 



^u^t^^^ 



Secretary of State ' 



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4557 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 







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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



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WHEREAS, America was founded on thie principles of religious freedom and welcomed 
people of all creeds and religions; and 

WHEREAS, ttiis commitment to the freedom to worship the God of our choice is 
demonstrated today in the work of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; and 

WHEREAS, for 52 years the National Conference of Christians and Jews has sponsored 
Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week to underscore the need to promote human rights for all people; 
and 

WHEREAS, this special observance provides an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to 
the ideas and social behavior that should be practiced throughout the year; and 

WHEREAS, observing Brotherhood/Sisterhood Week will enhance the spirit of cooperation 
and tolerance towards all people and reaffirm our faith in the triumph of the human spirit; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-23, 1986 as Brotherhood/Sisterhood 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 7th day of February 
1386. 





Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 



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FILED 

In th« olli« of the Secretary of StoH 
of rtw *lat« of Caliternia 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

MAI^pH 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA syJi ' 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, during significant conflicts, members of ttie armed forces are aware of ttie 
constant risk of being tield captive; and 

WHEREAS, civilians also face this risk, despite ttieir status as private citizens; and 

WHEREAS, throughout American history, countless American citizens have been held as 
unofficial prisoners of war, experiencing personal suffering and often death; and 

WHEREAS, the civilian internees, like their military counterparts, are deserving of our 
honor, respect and gratitude for the sacrifices they made for their nation; and 

WHEREAS, on February H-16, 1986, former civilian internees will be attending a 
conference to share their experiences and plan for a brighter future; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 15, 1986 as Former Civilian Internee Day in recognition of these 
courageous private citizens who bravely served their country. 



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 February 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California ** 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"'^'^^'-"^--'" 

STATE OF CALI FORNI A MARCK^NG EU. Sec^^ o» state 

7/ Depii^ J \ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






WHEREAS, California is blessed with abundant natural resources which provide beauty 
and enjoyment to our people and economic growth and development to our state; and 

WHEREAS, our communities are beautified by a tremendous variety of trees which 
provide fruit, give shade and lessen noise; and 

WHEREAS, modern lifestyles and efficiency would not be possible without the broad 
spectrum of products which derive from trees; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize and appreciate the asthetic and economic 
value of trees; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 7, 1986 as Arbor 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 10th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




4560 







FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «' *• »-. o. co. J„i„ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA marchI^' 



MARCH. FONG EU, S«gt8fy of^tate, 
J Deputy^ ;^ 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, engineers contribute significantly to the growth and development of the 
State of California; and 

WHEREAS, engineers apply science and mathmatics to the properties of matter and the 
sources of energy to make structures, machines, products, systems and processes more useful 
to mankind; and 

WHEREAS, advancements in engineering industries have transformed the operations and 
management of all aspects of our society; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of February 16-22, 1986, the Institute for the Advancement 
of Engineering is sponsoring Engineers Week to increase awareness of the benefits of the 
engineering industries; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions engineers make to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-22, 1986 as Engineers 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 10th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 






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4561 



. ^ FILED 

^ » , ^ — . *• "*''*» "^ •♦" S«:ret<jTy of Stat* 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •^ *• »<^ «" confomN. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA MARdr^NGEu; 




Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the machine tool and metal industries contribute significantly to our state's 
boisterous economy; and 

WHEREAS, the machine tool and metal industries strive to discover tomorrow's 
technology today through the use of new machinery, increased automation and improved 
materials utilization; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women who work in these important industries 
continue to improve our quality of life by exploring new ways of delivering the important 
services they provide; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions made by the machine tool and metal industries to the growth and development of 
the State of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 17-20, 1986 as Machine Tool and Metal Working Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 10th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.n*.£iir5Eo?c»sM. 

of t<M Shit* oi Colifornia 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



E,F31 1 ^9«( 




MARCH BWG EU< Secre^ oUSUta , 
•y Deputy J 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, for centuries, Americans have been proud of the heroic individuals who have 
defended our cherished freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, through their dedicated and brave service, we still enjoy the treasured 
American principles of freedom, justice and opportunity; and 

WHEREAS, over the years, many of our fellow citizens have fought and died in the 
struggle to create a world of peace, while countless others were injured and remain 
hospitalized; and 

WHEREAS, these courageous veterans often endure great hardship and suffer emotional 
stress as well as physical pain; and 

WHEREAS, the people of California owe a tremendous debt to all of the brave members 
of our Armed Forces who have helped to preserve our freedom and way of life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February l^t, 1986 as Salute to Hospitalized Veterans Day in California and 
urge all citizens to join in honoring the countless heroes America's Armed Forces. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this llth day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 






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4563 




FILED 

In th« «Ack 0f «h6 S«creMfr 6( Stat* 
•f tn» IM« •( CdlifOfhla 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^ ur!l^'^J^& 



FEBl 4 ''980 
MARCh VoKG tU, ; 



Deputy 








A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, America is proud of the spirit of voluntarism which enhances the lives of all 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, through its dedicated efforts on behalf of the younger generations, the Big 
Brothers/Big Sisters organization exemplifies this neighborly spirit; and 

WHEREAS, the many dedicated individuals who contribute their time and talents to the 
Big Brothers/Big Sisters offer valuable support, concerned counseling, and faithful friendship 
to youngsters in need of adult companionship; and 

WHEREAS, their devoted endeavors to this vital segment of our population are highly 
commendable and enrich the lives of all associated with Big Brothers/Big Sisters; and 

WHEREAS, the Big Brothers/Big Sisters are deserving of the recognition and apprecia- 
tion of all Californians; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim February 16-22, 1986 as Big Brothers and Big Sisters 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 l«fth day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




4564 



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of ItM SKrt* oi California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT febi 8 : 

IMRCH WW HI fccretary of State 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, tiave found that 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of 
California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 13, 1986 in the Counties of: 

Humboldt 

Napa 

Sonoma 

Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 

Humboldt 

Napa 

Sonoma 

I DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State 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 this 18th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 



Governor of California 




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ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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FILED 

In «tw «aioi «f Km Swretory of Stal* 
of 1<M SMI* «( Colifomla 

FEBl 9^980 

MARCH FONG EU, Sfcretsy gf StatS/ 



By. 



Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, this year housing-related organizations throughout the country will be 
recognizing the 18th anniversary of the federal civil rights law providing for equal housing 
opportunity; and 

WHEREAS, April 1986 marks the 23rd anniversary of California's fair housing law; and 

WHEREAS, the State Department of Fair Employment and Housing has developed an 
educational program to inform all Californians about their rights under the fair housing laws; 
and 

WHEREAS, through the efforts of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, 
more people have been made aware of their remedies when faced with illegal housing 
discrimination; and 

WHEREAS, the state civil rights enforcement agency and fair housing councils are joined 
by the apartment and housing industries throughout California in recognizing the impact fair 
housing laws have on our lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 1986 as Fair Housing Month. 



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 Febru- 
ary 1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Hi/IuaoIa 



Secretary of State 







4566 




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FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ""^f^t^^T^Z.^"^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FEB 1 Q'^r-r 

MAROfflFONG EU. SecpQtsry^ State 
'J Deputy / 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






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WHEREAS, national security is a vital priority for all citizens of this great nation; and 

WHEREAS, peacetime registration for the Selective Service System contributes signifi- 
cantly to our national readiness; and 

WHEREAS, peacetime registration was resumed on July 2, 1980 by action of the 
President; and 



WHEREAS, since this time, our national defense preparedness has been enhanced by over 
13,500,000 men who have registered with the Selective Service System; 

WHEREAS, this action greatly contributes to our national readiness by reducing the time 
required to mobilize a full defense; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 1986 as Selective Service Registration Awareness Month 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 18th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 




Secretary of State / 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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la Id* •■» of l4w Swratory of 
of Itw SMf «>♦ ColHofnio 



FEBl 9 "'980 _^ 
Deputy 






A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, have found that 

conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of 

California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 12, 1986 in the Counties of: 



Glenn 


Santa Clara 


Lake 


Santa Cruz 


Marin 


Solano 


Modoc 


Yuba 


Sacramento 





Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 



Glenn 


Santa Clara 


Lake 


Santa Cruz 


Marin 


Solano 


Modoc 


Yuba 


Sacramento 





1 DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation. 




4568 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of- California 



WHEREAS, throughout history women have contributed significantly to our nation's 
colorful development, whether in ways grandly eloquent or steadfastly ordinary; and 

WHEREAS, the achievements of women have encompassed all areas of life including 
business, religion, the arts, education, athletics and social progress; and 

WHEREAS, the study of women's history allows us to recapture the inspiration of earlier 
women and become more aware of the power each of us has to effect expansive and 
constructive social change; and 

WHEREAS, the week of March 2, 1986 has been designated National Women's History 
Week in commemoration of the major achievements of women throughout history; and 

WHEREAS, this celebration allows all Californians the opportunity to recognize the lives 
of countless women of all races, ages, cultures, ethnic traditions and ways of life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 2-8, 1986 as Women's History Week in California. 



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4569 


















EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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fie oJ <♦» ••tt«Wfy of S»at« 

FEB 2 9 

Pfpwty 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California's higher education system is enhanced by the California State 
University which is observing its 25th anniversary during the 1985/86 academic year; and 

WHEREAS, as the largest system of senior university education in the nation, the 
California State University contributes significantly to California's business, professional and 
agriculture communities; and 

WHEREAS, the California State University is the state's foremost teacher training 
institution, preparing more than 60% of California's teachers, and is in the forefront nationally 
in reforming public education at all levels and in improving teacher education; and 

WHEREAS, for 25 years the California State University has fulfilled its mission of 
academic excellence and educational opportunities to all citizens, as designated under the 
California Master Plan for Higher Education; and 

WHEREAS, the California State University has proved to be a sound investment of the 
taxpayers, and this investment has paid, and continues to pay, enormous dividends to the 
people of this state, through the contributions of its 1.2 million alumni; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 9-15, 1986 as California State University Silver 3ubilee Week and offer 
best wishes for every success as it continues to serve the people 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 20th day of 
February 1986. 




Governor of California ^ 



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Secretary of State ' 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California continues to experience increased seismic activity with the 
probability of earthquakes of damaging intensities increasing as well; and 

WHEREAS, the loss of life and property can be greatly reduced if appropriate earthquake 
preparedness measures are taken before, during, and after a damaging quake; and 

WHEREAS, these life-saving procedures will be highlighted during the week of April I'f 
as the Governor's Office of Emergency Services, with the assistance of governmental agencies, 
service organizations, elementary schools, major corporations, and Neighborhood Crime Watch 
groups, provide information and education to citizens throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, by learning the measures presented in this campaign, "Serious Faults, Simple 
Solutions", the public's fears of earthquakes will be lessened as will the confusion following a 
tremor; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that earthquake safety information which is distributed during 
the week of April \k be studied and observed throughout the year; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April l'j-19, 1986 as Earthquake Preparedness Week and encourage all 
Californians to increase their knowledge and awareness of the proper safety measures to 
follow before, during, and after an earthquake to prevent injuries, loss of life, and property 
damage. 



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 
February 1986. 




Governor of California U 



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Secretary of State 



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4571 







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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la Urn office of the Secretory c* 
of the Stole of Colifornio 

fEB^0i9BB 

At/..^5?b'clock ^- -M, 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



1 5-ati 



( ^5J 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, tiave found that 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of 
California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 12, 1986 in the Counties of: 



Alpine 


Lassen 


Sierra 


Amador 


Mendocino 


Sutter 


Butte 


Nevada 


Tehama 


Calaveras 


Placer 


Tuolumne 


Colusa 


Plumas 


Yolo 


El Dorado 


San Joaquin 





Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 



Alpine 


Lassen 


Sierra 


Amador 


Mendocino 


Sutter 


Butte 


Nevada 


Tehama 


Calaveras 


Placer 


Tuolumne 


Colusa 


Plumas 


Yolo 


El Dorado 


San Joaquin 





I DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State 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 this 20th day of February 
1986. 




4572 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

lo (h* offle* of rti» S«cr»«ry cf SMm 
of itM Stol* of CalHernla 



FEB 2 1 131 
EU,,S4cr4i% ( 

Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, California has recently endured a series of disastrous winter storms, bringing 
distress to the state and suffering to the people; and 

WHEREAS, during this crisis, the American Red Cross, designated by the Congress of the 
United States as a voluntary agency responsible for disaster relief since 1905, has responded to 
the needs of the people with compassion and immediate service; and 

WHEREAS, the American Red Cross Chartered Chapters in California are giving free 
assistance to those in need in California during this grave period of emergency and will 
continue to do so in coordination with other private organizations and government disaster 
recovery agencies; and 

WHEREAS, to continue its vital work and bring disaster relief to Californians, the 
American Red Cross is dependent on private contributions from caring individuals; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated staff and volunteers of the American Red Cross in California 
are deserving of our heartfelt appreciation and generous support; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the American Red Cross for its exemplary record of service during 
emergencies and its ability to meet the immediate human needs of citizens affected by 
disasters, and encourage all citizens to support the dedicated and life-saving efforts of the 
American Red Cross. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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4573 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, a balanced diet and sound nutrition form the basis of good health; and 

WHEREAS, recent studies have further demonstrated the link between a nutritious diet 
and our health; and 

WHEREAS, the relationship between nutrition and health is the responsibility of 
professional dieticians who offer guidance and direction as we seek to maintain proper 
nutrition; and 

WHEREAS, during March the California Dietitic Association will focus its energy on the 
annual campaign entitled "Good Nutrition. ..Feel the Difference"; and 



WHEREAS, increased public awareness of the direct connection between nutrition and 
health will help protect the welfare of each citizen; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 1986 as Nutrition Awareness Month and encourage all Calif ornians to 
increase their knowledge of the benefits and rewards of proper nutrition. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2'tth day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




ATTEST: 




^U^^«rjC~. /06«*A>CA-*-i-l'*^ 



Governor of California 



HYImaoJa ^frv^Ji^ 



Secretary of State 



4574 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

'b tfc« Oflk* of tl>« Secretory of Stat* 
of tlM Start* of Calrfornia 

FEB 2 [" "^R-: 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, as communication and cooperation between nations increases, the need to 
promote greater understanding among peoples of foreign lands also grows; and 

un^.JfT^ri^S'^^^ ^^'^'^-^ *° understand the languages of different nations enhances 
understanding and improves interaction among peoples; and 

int« fZ^l^u^^' studying a foreign language provides an opportunity to gain deeper insight 
into that culture and greater appreciation for those from foreign lands; and 

WHEREAS, familiarity with other languages also improves our knowledge of English 
grammar and usage; and ^ i-Mgnsn 

I . '"'"^J?^'^^; organizations throughout the state will be observing National Foreign 
Language Week during the week of March 2, 1986; roreign 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 2-8, 1986 as Foreign Language 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 2'tth day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




Governd? of California /T 



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Secretary of State 



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4575 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



*• 0«« of th. S^erMory of State 
W «)• Stat* of Colifornia 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA b^^^'Z/T 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ / Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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WHEREAS, substance abuse is a serious and devastating problem ttiat continues to plague 
our nation; and 

WHEREAS, substance abuses poses a critical threat to young and old alitce through acts 
of vandalism and property damage, au* >mobile and other types of accidents, estrangement of 
social relations, creation of mental d physical problems and, in some cases, bodily injury, 
illness and death; and 

WHEREAS, a heightened awareness of this problem may contribute to a change in 
society's attitude toward substance abuse; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of March 2-8, the Chemical People Task Force is observing 
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week to increase the level of substance abuse awareness; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians supF)ort efforts to reduce the needless 
tragedy caused by substance abuse; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 2-8, 1986 as Drug and Alcohol Awareness 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 2'tth day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 




Governw of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



la lh» o«e» of 1«t« J«et««ory of Stoto 
of tU S»ot» of CalHomto 



FEB 2 5^98' 

MARCH PONG EU, Ucnfm of Stata 
Deputy 



I l_ L' c_» ^ w" v 

MARCH PONG EU, Secr«|tenf 

MjOeputy 





EXECUTIVE ORDER D-*3-85 AMENDED 






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WHEREAS, Dr. Martin Luther King, ]r. was a man of remarkable achievement dedicated 
to high principles of racial equality and non-violent social change; and 

WHEREAS, since 198'f California has recognized Dr. King's contributions through cele- 
bration of a state holiday on the third Monday of January; and 

WHEREAS, the Congress and President have enacted legislation creating a commission 
to be known as the Martin Luther King, 3r. Federal Holiday Commission; and 

WHEREAS, this Commission has been created to provide support for appropriate 
ceremonies and activities throughout the country relating to the first observance of the 
federal legal holiday honoring Dr. King; and 

WHEREAS, California encourages residents of diverse backgrounds to acknowledge 
Dr. King's noteworthy accmplishments through ceremonies and festivities that coordinate with 
and benefit from activities in other parts of this country; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

A. There is created within the Governor's office an entity entitled the Dr. Martin 
Luther King, ]r. California Holiday Commission to organize and coordinate 
activities in California with those throughout the nation that will celebrate the 
first Federal Holiday activities for Dr. King; 

B. Individuals representing diverse interest groups having a sound appreciation and 
deep respect for the accomplishments and proposals of Dr. King shall be included 
on the Commission; 

C. The Commission shall be located within the Governor's Office of Community 
Relations and shall receive necessary administrative support from that office; and 












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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Itl* offio* o( the Secretary of StaM 
of ItM Stal* of California 

FEB 2 ej'v". 

MARCiliQNG EU, Secretary jif State 



Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, vision plays an important role in our society; and 

WHEREAS, professional vision care should be an integral component of an individual's 
general health care program; and 

WHEREAS, it is each individual's responsibility to understand and appreciate his vision 
care needs; and 

WHEREAS, by protecting and taking care of their vision, the citizens of California can 
enjoy a fuller, richer and more rewarding lifestyle; and 

WHEREAS, President Reagan and the United States Congress have designated March k- 
10 as Save Your Vision Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March ^f-lO, 19S6 as Save Your Vision 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 25th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



la llw oflica of *e Swr^fy «» 
o( Km Sm«« of CalHernta 

FEB 2 6-98u 
WWCHjONa Rl, Seerattnr of 

By- 




Depwty 




Stata 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, have found that 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of 
California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 12, 1986 in the Counties of: 

Fresno 
Madera 
San Mateo 

Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 

Fresno 
Madera 
San Mateo 

I DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State 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 this 26th day of Febru- 
ary 1986. 



■ of California C/ 



tbi: / 



Secretary of State 



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in Id* oAiea of ttw Sacretory of Stal* 
of Itw Stata of California 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT /eb2 8 9« 

MARCH FONIB EU, Secretary of Stats 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA f^ja!]$2ik^_jQ^ 

// Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, for centuries man has sought to explore the frontier, from the New World, to 
California and Alaska, and finally space; and 

WHEREAS, the exploration of space has resulted in greater technological development 
and advancements in medicine, communication and the quality of life; and 

WHEREAS, encouraged by the past achievements of space exploration and the 
contributions made by Californians, more adventurers enter this and related fields, contributing 
to California's reputation as a leader in the space exploration field; and 

WHEREAS, with the advancement of aerospace development, California has experienced 
an influx of highly skilled scientists and engineers who enhance our educational system and 
enrich our communities; and 

WHEREAS, all citizens will benefit from the continued exploration of space and the 
opportunities it provides to improve our lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 2-8, 1986 as Space Pioneer Week and encourage all Californians to join 
in our efforts to meet the challenge of exploring this new frontier. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 27th day of February 
1986. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



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4580 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

M Mm oMo> of tn9 Svcrvtary or Start* 
of Itw Stat* ef ColHornla 

FEB 2 Cg--^' 

MARClfl'OMG EU, SeoMary^ SUU 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, Delta Sigma Theta, a public service organization founded in 1913, has been a 
pioneer in the development of programs designed to improve the lives of all Americans; and 

WHEREAS, these valuable programs focus on providing equal educational, social and 
economic opportunities for all as well as increasing the public's awareness of these available 
opportunities; and 

WHEREAS, Delta Sigma Theta is recognized as one of the foremost social service 
organizations in the nation and has been successful in promoting its goals and objectives; and 

WHEREAS, in March 1986, Delta Sigma Theta is sponsoring a California State Social 
Action Conference to enhance the knowledge of government activities and increase awareness 
of the democratic process; and 

WHEREAS, this session will provide an opportunity to improve the exchange of 
information among all citizens who are committed to providing a brighter future for all; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority for its illustrious record of service and offer 
h)est wishes for every future fulfillment. 



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 1986. 



Governor of California 




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/jlfioAoiA ^^k. 



Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, following the Gold Rush, California experienced an influx of immigrants, 
many of them from Portugal; and 

WHEREAS, the Portuguese have made and continue to make significant contributions to 
California's economic well-being in fields as diverse as fishing and agriculture; and 

WHEREAS, in addition, California has benefited from the special social and cultural 
heritage of the Portuguese immigrants; and 

WHEREAS, Californians of Portuguese ancestry enrich California's precious ethnic 
diversity by sharing their distinctive traditions with all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, since 1966 the Portuguese community in California has celebrated its unique 
heritage and contributions to the state during the second week of March; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 9-15, 1986 as Portuguese Immigrant Week in recognition of the many 
significant contributions the Portuguese have made 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 
February 1986. 



ATTEST: 




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^/3».^.<C,C- ^JCt<j<>K^.».^sji>L>J*^ 



Governor of California 



IJYImaoJa Jr/^h^L. 

Secretary of State / 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

of Mm SW1« o» ColHornlo 



MARClOFONfi EU, Sw™»a(y Q( 8t«tl 



Deputy 




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WHEREAS, older Americans who remain in the labor force make special and significant 
contributions to all aspects of our society through their enthusiasm and desire to remain 
actively employed; and 

WHEREAS, older employees invariably work as well as younger employees, consistently 
offering high standards of performance to meet the productivity expectations of their 
employers; and 

WHEREAS, older workers bring a wealth of diverse experience to the work environment 
and serve as a venerable example to younger workers; and 



WHEREAS, employment ooportunities play an 
Caiifornians in their efforts to remain independent; and 



important role in assisting older 



WHEREAS, all Caiifornians should recognize and appreciate the vital contributions older 
workers make to every aspect of our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 9-15, 1986 as Employ the Older Worker Week in California and 
encourage organizations serving the employment needs of older workers to provide additional 
opportunities for older persons interested in full or part-time employment. 



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 1986. 



/^J*-i— ir^- /06kaa...C^<«ws^ 



Governor of California 




4583 







smn 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

hi tlw oMg« of «<M SKratoiy of StoM 
of Km SM» cf California 

FEB 2 8'98r- 

MARpfl^FONe EU, Swre^ ff SUta 
Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the National Guard and Reserve Forces have made immeasurable contribu- 
tions to the well-being of our state and nation through the dedication and hard work of 100,000 
volunteer citizens of California who are members of the reserve components of the United 
States Armed Forces; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women of the Guard and Reserve have assumed an increasingly 
important role as full partners in the total readiness force with their active service 
counterparts; and 

WHEREAS, these highly trained and motivated citizens are responsible for protecting 
and saving the lives of thousands of people through their quick and able response during times 
of natural and man-made disasters; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated individuals are essential to the readiness of their units and 
their service is of great value to our state and nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986 as Employer Support of the National Guard and Reserve 
Week in California and encourage all citizens to recognize and appreciate the importance of 
the maintenance of the reserve components of our nation's Armed Services. 



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 Febru- 
ary 1986. 



ATTEST 




/Ot.m <r,<-. /O^ft*-'-'^^^-^-'^^*-*-*-' 



Governor of California 



IJYImaoJa Jrm^ 



Secretary of State 












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4584 












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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In th* ••» of »♦>• S«T«»ory of SH«« 
o( ifM S4at« of Collfernta 

MAR -5 -'9P. 
MARcOowe EU, SBCtjJanf^ «ty 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with beautiful parks that are accessible to residents and 
tourists alike through our state's trail system; and 

WHEREAS, the maintenance of our trail system is largely dependent on the hard work 
and dedication of volunteers; and 

WHEREAS, trail maintenance is especially important during the spring in preparation for 
heavy usage during the summer season; and 

WHEREAS, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the California Recreational 
Trails Committee is sponsoring California Trail Days in honor of those volunteers who give 
freely of their time and effort to create and maintain recreational trails used by the citizens 
of California; and 

WHEREAS, it is aporopriate that all Californians recognize, appreciate and support the 
continued maintenance of our state's beautiful recreational trails; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 19-20, 1986 as California Trail Days. 



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 March 
1986. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



IJYImaoJa JywaL. 

Secretary of State / 



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4685 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In tn9 9ffic# of tnfl Secretary of Stoto 
of th* Statt of Calrfornla 

MAR 4 -^980 

MARCiflFONG EU, Secr^tBiy of Stats 
'} Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, ttie future of California depends upon the development of our young people; and 

WHEREAS, child development is threatened by an alarming increase in the number of 
reported and unreported child abuse cases; and 

WHEREAS, child abuse is a serious and devastating crime that continues to plague our 
nation and threatens to destroy the very foundations of American society; and 

WHEREAS, through endeavors of education and prevention, significant progress has been 
made in discovering, treating and preventing this incidious crime; and 

WHEREAS, despite this progress, we must continue to work together in our communities, 
in this state and throughout the nation to protect this most precious but vulnerable segment of 
society from this dangerous problem; and 

WHEREAS, the month of April is nationally proclaimed Child Abuse Prevention Month to 
promote continued public awareness of the seriousness of this problem and the need to 
aggressively pursue solutions; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 1986 as Child Abuse Prevention Month and urge all Californians to join 
in the fight against child abuse. 



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 March 
1986. 




4586 




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FILED 

In Ih* o(»lc« of the S«™Hiry of St<rt» 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT - *• ^ "^ ^"'^"'"' 

MAR 4 -■9^^n 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA m^^^^^cr^f^^^ 



I Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



|.r- 



WHEREAS, the National Guard and Reserve Forces have made immeasurable contribu- 
tions to the well-being of our state and nation through the dedication and hard work of 
thousands of volunteer citizens of California who are members of the reserve components of 
the United States Armed Forces; and 

WHEREAS, the men and women of the Guard and Reserve have assumed an increasingly 
important role as full partners in the total readiness force with their active service 
counterparts; and 

WHEREAS, these highly trained and motivated citizens are responsible for protecting 
and saving the lives of thousands of people through their quick and able response during times 
of natural and man-made disasters; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated individuals are essential to the readiness of their units and 
their service is of great value to our state and nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986 as Employer Suoport of the National Guard and Reserve 
Week in California and encourage all citizens to recognize and appreciate the importance of 
the maintenance of the reserve components of our nation's Armed Services. 



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 March, 
1986 




^^J^-^-^C^C-. /OuC<<.A>^^Uws 



^r- 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 






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4587 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




,„^FrLED 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the people of Japan and the State of California share a special relationship 
that is based on mutual respect and international goodwill; and 

WHEREAS, through the years, our two peoples have nurtured a strong trade partnership 
as well as a long history of cultural exchange; and 

WHEREAS, the Consulates General of Japan in the United States are celebrating Japan 
Week to promote a greater understanding of the culture, civilization and history of Japan; and 

WHEREAS, this event provides a fine opportunity for participants to appreciate the 
precious history of Japan while reaffirming the important bonds of friendship that exist 
between us; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 10-16, 1986 as Japan Week in California and urge all citizens to 
participate in this special observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this (fth day of March 




Jl 



i.cA^C'k-A-a-t**— — 



Governor of California 



rTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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4588 









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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

of t(M Dot, of ColKernla 



I ?S 



* 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, have found that 

conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the State of 

California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 12, 1986 in the Counties of: 

Alameda 
Contra Costa 
Del Norte 
Trinity 

Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 

Alameda 
Contra Costa 
Del Norte 
Trinity 

I DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State 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 this i*Xh day of March 
1986. 




4589 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Iht ofRc* of the SecreloiTf o* Stat* '* 
^ I(m Stott of California 

MAR /I -'Q^n . 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State I f||^ 

(y Deputy Q ^' 




and 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, wildlife is a source of inspiration, beauty and enjoyment to all Californians; 



WHEREAS, by learning about wildlife, we realize that our welfare is inseparable from 
the welfare of other living things; and 

WHEREAS, in order to live and grow, wildlife must have habitats that provide food, 
water, shelter and space; and 

WHEREAS, loss of habitat is a major threat to species survival; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians share the responsibility to preserve and enhance wildlife 
habitat and practice sound wildlife management; and 

WHEREAS, the National Wildlife Federation is observing March 16-22 as a special time 
to discover wildlife and its importance in our world; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986, as Wildlife Week in California and urge all citizens to 
recognize and appreciate the importance of wildlife in 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 'tth day of March 
1986. 




ATTEST: 




Governor of California 



Secretary of State ' 







4590 









FILED 

In 1»» o«e. of *• J^tJ? t *^ 
of *• SHiH o« Colrfornlo 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

•','iAR b - 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA MARCrt'^ «^ secret*, M 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the State of California is constantly growing and changing to meet the needs 
of its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, much of our state's expansion and development can be attributed to good, 
sound engineering practices, many of which are performed by dedicated men and women in the 
design and drafting professions; and 

WHEREAS, it is often a challenge to meet standards of efficiency while maintaining 
aesthetic quality and popular appeal; and 

WHEREAS, professionals in the field of design and drafting have had enormous success in 
merging these often divergent fields; and 



WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize and appreciate the importance of design 
and drafting to the citizens of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 6-12, 1986 as Design and Drafting 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 6th day of March 





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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



4591 




FILED 

In the office of the Secretary of State 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «* *• ^ "^ ^o'*--^ 

MAR 1 'Q^'T 
S TATE OF C A L I F OR N I A MARCh)0NG EU, secret^ of, St3^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



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WHEREAS, the outdoors offers a variety of recreational and educational activities that 
can be enjoyed by individuals of all ages; and 

WHEREAS, camping provides an excellent opportunity to become better acquainted with 
the outdoors and pursue healthy adven+ures; and 

WHEREAS, many Californians enjoy camping vacations at organized camps accredited by 
the American Camping Association; and 

WHEREAS, in addition countless children increase their awareness of nature at day 
camps and summer camps where they also develop new and lasting friendships; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to recognize the many wonderful educational opportunities 
available to Californians through organized camp experiences; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
herebv proclaim March 17-23, 1986 as Camping 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 10th day of March 
1986. 




^^^♦•<j^<- /0|^e«UC^C^\i.MV^^fc ' <Le«« " 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

SYLuaoJa Jywa^ 

Secretary of State ' 



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™""^^™'""^^"^^"'^™" FILED 

In Ih. offic. of ^^;^'^?' *^ 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT «" *^' ^ "* ''""'' 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA march^ eu, ?ec«t«, f suj, 



By. 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 






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WHEREAS, common household products, ranging from cleansers to lighter fluid, pose a 
serious threat to the public welfare when left in the reach of children; and 

WHEREAS, countless accidental poisonings and tragic deaths could be avoided if children 
were denied access to these potentially harmful substances; and 

WHEREAS, the proper use of child protective packaging provides additional safeguards 
and insurance against accidental poisonings; and 

WHEREAS, through informational and educational programs, poison prevention control 
centers underscore the need for poison prevention; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of March 16, 1986, national attention will be focused on 
poison prevention efforts and the need to remove harmful substances from the reach of 
children; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986 as Poison Prevention Week in California and encourage all 
citizens to increase their knowledge of poison prevention techniques. 



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 March 



Governor of California 




4593 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



FILED 

In Ih* offic* of the Secretary of Stat* 
M t<M Slot* of Californio 

MA?? 1 n -or. 
MARCB>ONG EU, Secretary jjf StjL" 






Deputy 



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WHEREAS, the Order of DeMolay is a fraternal organization, comprised of young men of 
good moral character between the ages of 13 and 21 who believe in God; and 

WHEREAS, members are provided the opportunity to learn the cherished ideals of 
fidelity, patriotism and citizenship; and 

WHEREAS, the organization makes many outstanding contributions to our state through 
projects and programs relating to the areas of athletics, education and health; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of March 16-22, the Order of Demolay is celebrating its 67th 
anniversary; and 

WHEREAS, on this special occasion, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and 
appreciate the outstanding services provided by the members of this fine organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986 as OeMolay Week in California and urge all citizens to join 
in this observance. 



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 March 
1986. 





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Governor of California U 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '"'^f^t^^rS.^'^ 

MAR 1 't^'-' 
STATE OF CALl FORN I A mARCK^^ONG EU. secretory ot stats 



Deputy ^ \ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, secretaries contribute significantly to the efficient operations of all organi- 
zations; and 

WHEREAS, a secretary's role within the office has become increasingly complex and 
requires sophisticated skills and advanced knowledge of various office automation systems; and 

WHEREAS, despite the important contributions of a skilled secretary, these valuable 
employees are sometimes overlooked; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 20-26, Professional Secretaries International is 
celebrating Professional Secretaries Week in honor of the dedicated men and women who 
comprise the secretarial workforce; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions secretaries make to the welfare of our state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 1986 as Professional Secretaries 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 10th day of March 
?86. 






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4595 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

In lilt o«c» of the S«r«tory of StoH 
of til* Stat* of Colifornia 

MAR 1 ^98r. 
MARCtr FONG EU, Secretary sf State 












WHEREAS, the California Federation of Women's Clubs, which is affiliated with the 
General Federation of Women's Clubs, is a service organization dedicated to improving the 
quality of life for all people; and 

WHEREAS, the CFWC derives its strength from the energy and commitment of its 
dedicated members and supporters; and 

WHEREAS, the CFWC makes many outstanding contributions to our state through 
projects and programs relating to the areas of education, crime prevention and community 
health; and 

WHEREAS, in the spirit of community pride and awareness, the CFWC continually 
researches areas of community need and endeavors to meet those needs through projects, 
programs and advocacy efforts affecting local, state and national levels; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
outstanding services provided bv the members of this fine organization; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 21-26, 1986 as GFWC California Federation Week and urge all citizens 
to join in this observance. 



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 March 
1986. 




4596 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



FILED 

In the effie* of «<m Secretory of Stat* 
of ttw Stat* of California 

MARl 0'98n 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA ,^J^£S5S2S 



Deputy 





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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



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WHEREAS, the nutritional and health needs of many senior citizens are met with the 
assistance of home-delivered meals and meals served in a community setting, with more than 
19 million anticipated meals served in California during 1986; and 

WHEREAS, dedicated volunteers are responsible for ensuring the preparation of these 
hot, nutritious meals which contribute to the well-being of older Californians; and 

WHEREAS, these community-based and home-delivered meal programs utilize the 
resources of public and private funds as they serve this vital segment of the population; and 

WHEREAS, home-delivered meals greatly contribute to the independence of older 
citizens and promote a greater sense of self-reliance; and 

WHEREAS, meals served in a community setting not only contribute to the nutritional 
needs of older persons, but provide valuable fellowship as well; and 

WHEREAS, during Nutrition Awareness Month, it is appropriate to focus attention on the 
valuable programs, managed by the California Department of Aging, which enhance the 
nutrition and health of older Californians; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 16-22, 1986 as Meals on Wheels and Senior Community Meals Week in 
California in recognition of the importance of these nutrition services which ensure the well- 
being of older Californians. 



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 March 
1986. 




Governor of California 



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Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

<n Hm offtc* of t«i« S«cr»tary el Stof* 
Of tht Stoti of Catrfornki 

'•-1 1 ---■ 

MftRCHloNG EU, ^e^fets^ff 
(/ Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, since our earliest beginnings, America has been !<nown as the land of peace, 
freedom and opportunity; and 

WHEREAS, throughout history, these precious freedoms have been protected by the loyal 
actions of citizens; and 

WHEREAS, through their dedicated endeavors and brave service, we still enjoy our 
treasured American princioles; and 

WHEREAS, in order to maintain our cherished freedoms and individual liberties, all 
citizens must recommit themselves to the preservation of our great nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May 1, 1986 as Loyalty Day in California and urge all citizens to join in this 
observance. 



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 March 



ATTEST: 



SifiUAO^ 




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Governor of California 



Secretary of State 




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4598 















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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In 1n# office Of tii6 Secretory of Sfoto 
of rtw Stala of CalKornio 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of Calitornia 



WHEREAS, California has long held a reputation as a leading agricultural state; and 

WHEREAS, agricultural production last year contributed U.2 billion to our state's vibrant 
economy and provided nearly one-third of our state's jobs; and 

WHEREAS, California is unique among agricultural states by producing a variety and 
quality of products that are unmatched in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, the citizens of California are proud of the long tradition of excellence 
established by the agricultural industry in our state; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the first day of spring, March 20th, be designated as 
Agriculture Day in recognition of the valuable contributions of this industry to the vitality of 
our state and nation: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 20, 1986 as Agriculture Day in California and urge all citizens to join 
in this worthwhile observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 11th day of March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California 






Secretary of State 



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4599 







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of th* Uentary of SM^j; 
Stat* o» ColHofnta «* 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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MARptLfOHG 



EU, Secretwy •» StatB^j: 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, alcotiol-related accidents continue to be the leading cause of death among 
our state's teenage population; and 

WHEREAS, young drivers represent a disproportionate number of those involved in 
alcohol-related accidents; and 

WHEREAS, in 198«f, more than 3^0 teenagers were killed and 10,500 were injured as a 
result of alcohol-related accidents; and 

WHEREAS, youth participation is essential to the success of programs designed to 
prevent teenage drinking and driving; and 

WHEREAS during March 2't-27, the second annual statewide conference for youth is 
being held to increase young people's skills and knowledge of effective drinking and drivmg 
prevention programs within their schools and communities; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 23-29, 1986, as Teenwork '86 Week in California and urge al' itizens 
to support our young people's efforts to reduce the number of teenagers injured or k.wed as a 
result of drinking and driving. 

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 March 
1986. 



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4600 



!n th« offlc* of the Sacrctary of Stat* 
tt tht Stata of Callfernia 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, have found that 

conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist wittiin the State of 

California as a result of heavy rains, high winds, flooding and mudslides commencing on 
February 12, 1986 in the Counties of: 

Mono 

San Benito 
Shasta 

Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties and having been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors of said counties, I ttierefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 

Mono 

San Benito 
Shasta 

I DIRECT that, as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of 
the Secretary of State 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 this 12th day of March 
1986. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State ' 



4601 













EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State of Cahtornia 



WHEREAS, documentary films make outstanding contributions to all aspects of our 
society; and 

WHEREAS, documentary films provide us with vital information on important societal 
issues in a creative fashion and have the capability to effect expansive and constructive social 
change; and 



and 



WHERP AS, the dedicated endeavors of documentary film makers often go unrecognized; 




WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the value of 
documentary films to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 17-20, 19S6 as Documentary Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 13th day of March 
1986. 




Governor of California 
TTEST: 

IJ]flcu\oJA ^fry^^ 

Secretary of State I 



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4602 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot Calitornia 



FILED 

In Itw offies of th« S«re«ary of Stoto 
tt tb* Slal* of Coliternia 

MAR 1 A igRP ^ , 

;h FONG EU. Secr^tantof StateX^^ j 

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MARCH FON( 
By/n»V| 



Deputy j 



WHEREAS, Greece is the birttiplace of democracy and her people have long embraced 
the ctieristied ideals of peace, freedom and liberty; and 

WHEREAS, struggling to regain ttieir precious freedom, Greeks first marched in rebellion 
against the Ottoman Empire on March 25, 1821; and 

WHEREAS, this noble war was fought by citizens of all walks of life in honor of Greece's 
thousand year old tradition of justice and individual liberty; and 

WHEREAS, in 1829, Greece received her independence following a nine year war that 
ended four centuries of Ottoman rule; and 

WHEREAS, the Greek community in California is celebrating the 165th anniversary of 
Greek Independence Day with appropriate ceremonies and festive gatherings; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 25, 1986 as Greek Independence Day in California and urge all citizens 
to join in this important observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this l^tth day of March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California U 






Secretary of State 




4603 



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FILED 

In th* office of th* Secretary of State 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT c «- s^ <- co, Jn. 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MAR 1 ••■g 

MARCtffONG EU, Seen 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the first gasoline powered motor driven vehicle was successfully patented in 
1886; and 

WHEREAS, this vehicle became the forerunner of the automobile as we know it; and 

WHEREAS, there are more than one hundred twenty-four million automobiles registered 
in the United States and one in five jobs in the nation are dependent on the automobile 
industry; and 

WHEREAS, since its invention 100 years ago, the automobile has had an inestimable 
influence on the technological development of twentieth century America; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the impor- 
tance of the automobile to our way of live; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim 1986 as the Centennial Year of the Gasoline Powered Automobile and urge all 
■ • • ■ ^"jis observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I tiave hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this l^th day of March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 



4604 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FIUED 

In Ui« o«lic« of »h* Sw»»ory el Sta1» 
of the 5t«rt» of ColHornta 

r.lAR 1 8 '986 

MARCHFONG EU. Setfetaiy of Stds ^|^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, on December 27, 1979, the Soviet Union invaded the independent nation of 
Afghanistan, beginning its attempt to subjugate the Afghan people and denying them their 
individual rights and freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, despite severe resistance by the Afghans, the Soviets continue their 
occupation with forces totalling over 1 18,000 troops; and 

WHEREAS, the Afghan people are being denied their basic human rights and many have 
been forced to flee their homeland and struggle to make a new home in a foreign land; and 

WHEREAS, Californians join all Americans in denouncing the occupation of Afghanistan 
and sympathize with the freedom-loving people who are denied a place in their native country; 
and 

WHEREAS, the proud struggle of the Afghans remains as an inspiration to all peoples 
who have experienced tyranny and subjugation at the hands of another; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 21, 1986 as Afghanistan Day in recognition of the privation and 
suffering of the people of Afghanistan. 



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 March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



Serretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4605 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F 1 C E D 

la itw •«» of th« S«r^ry of StoH 
of Ifie iM» of California 



MARl 8 'OS 

MARCH FONG EU, S«9rBt»ry of St:t8 







A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, of all the promises America offers, none is more precious or more elusive 
than the right to be free from crime and violence; and 

WHEREAS, victims and witnesses of crime deserve our special attention and energy and 
need to be informed of their rights, as well as the procedures and functions of the criminal 
justice system; and 

WHEREAS, California has long been a leader in providing institutionalized services in the 
form of intervention, assistance and information to victims of crime; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of April, California is observing Child Abuse Prevention 
Month to focus attention on the special needs of child abuse victims; and 

WHEREAS, citizens must join together to ensure that our criminal justice system 
remains responsive to the needs and rights of all of crime's victims; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 1986 as Victim's Rights Week in California and urge all citizens 
to join in this observance. 



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 March 
1986. 




4606 




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pi 



FILED 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT ""^fZtl'^cT^.^'^ 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCK-HONG EU. SecreJafy oJ Stite- 



Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the peoole of California owe a tremendous debt to all of the brave members 
of our Armed Forces who have helped to preserve our freedom and way of life; and 

WHEREAS, despite their courageous service to this country, some veterans have 
difficulty readjusting to their homeland and suffer great hardship and emotional stress as well 
as physical pain; and 

WHEREAS, due to these unfortunate circumstances, veterans may encounter difficulty in 
securing employment; and 

WHEREAS, Californians can make these courageous soldiers more welcome in their 
native land by providing them with employment opportunities; and 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May f-10, 1986 as Hire A Veteran Week in California and urge all Californians 
to join in this observance. 



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 March 
1986. 




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4607 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor ot the State ot California 



FILED 

In lh« ofl!» of ttM Secretary of Stat* 
of IIm Stat* of California 

MAR 1 9 ^Ofic 
MARCH WNG EU, Secretary of SUta 

; Deputy 



WHEREAS, anesthesia technology is a vital health discipline designed to promote the 
well-being of patients during surgery; and 

WHEREAS, through extensive medical education and training, anesthesia technologists 
and technicians have developed sophisticated medical techniques that have had a significant 
impact on the medical community; and 

WHEREAS, these highly skilled and dedicated employees continually establish and pursue 
standards of excellence that contribute substantially to the advancement of quality health 
care; and 

WHEREAS, members of the California Association of Anesthesia Technologists and 
Technicians will convene in .Tune for their statewide meeting and will observe 3une 15-22 as 
Anesthesia Technology Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim Oune 15-22, 1986 as Anesthesia Technology 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 19th day of March 
1986. 




Governor of California t/ 

TTEST: 
Secretary of State ' 



4608 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT '" ^"-"^ tt J-c;,;^vr ""' 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH pDNQ EU, Sscrttaiy of StJta 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, quality health care among our youth is vitally important to the future of the 
State of California; and 

WHEREAS, a child's capacity to learn and grow is affected by that child's mental, 
physical and emotional health; and 

WHEREAS, children and their families have special psychosocial needs in health care 
settings; and 

WHEREAS, the Association for the Care of Children's Health is sponsoring Children and 
Hospitals Week to heighten public awareness and sensitivity to children's health issues in 
California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 23-29, 1986 as Children and Hospitals Week in California and urge all 
citizens to join in this important observance. 



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 March 
1986. 




Governor of California C/ 



.TTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



4609 







EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT •^'^^-'^c-rnr^'* 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA MmOm ^, s^r^, , ^^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 









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WHEREAS, the State of California has long been a leader in providing quality health care 
to its citizens; and 

WHEREAS, hospital admitting personnel contribute significantly to the efficient 
operations of hospitals and provide comfort and support to patients during the admitting 
process; and 

WHEREAS, these skilled and dedicated employees continually establish and pursue 
standards of excellence that contribute substantially to the advancement of quality health 
care; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of March 31-April ^f, the California Association of Hospital 
Admitting Managers is honoring hospital admitting personnel; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the vital 
contributions these dedicated employees make to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim March 31-April it, 1986 as Hospital Admitting Personnel Recognition 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 19th day of March 
1986. 




Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 












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4610 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



riUED 




,.. office of *• '•fST' ' ■"* 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 






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WHEREAS, consumers are a vital force in our free market economy and sound consumer 
education is in the best interest of free enterprise; and 

WHEREAS, consumers are entitled to honest value for their money and need both 
information and education if they are to reap the full benefits of the marketplace; and 

WHEREAS, fairness for consumers can be achieved by the cooperation of educators, 
business, government and consumers working together to ensure equity, increased competition 
and safety in the marketplace; and 

WHEREAS, quality demands efficient management, productive use of human resources 
and responsiveness to consumer needs and preferences; and 

WHEREAS, the California Department of Consumer Affairs is devoted to protecting and 
promoting the interests of consumers in this state; and 

WHEREAS, the week of April 20-26 has been proclaimed National Consumers Week by 
President Reagan, with the theme, "Consumers Rate Quality"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 20-26, 1986 as Consumers Week in California and urge all citizens to 
join in this observance. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•0 w9 oMos of 1ti# S#crvtar)' oc Statv 
of Mm Slate of ColHornia 

MAR 2 1 'Of?: 

MMtClOoNGEU, 





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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, cancer remains a major fear to countless Americans as the causes and cures 
of this tragic disease elude us; and 

WHEREAS, in recent years, however, great advancements have been made in cancer 
treatment and prevention, largely through the dedicated efforts of the American Cancer 
Society; and 

WHEREAS, the American Cancer Society has greatly increased the public's knowledge of 
these valuable achievements by conducting various public service campaigns; and 

WHEREAS, on April 3 and k, 1986, American Cancer Society chapters around California 
will further demonstrate their commitment to the fight against cancer by selling live daffodils 
as a symbol of hope to cancer victims and their loved ones; and 

WHEREAS, the support of private citizens is important as the American Cancer Society 
continues its crusade to reduce the risk of cancer and ease the fears associated with this 
tragic disease; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 3 and t, 1986 as Daffodil Days in recognition of the American Cancer 
Society and its dedicated commitment to promote cancer research. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of March 
1986. 




Governor of California (/ 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State / 






4612 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



FILED 

In Ki« office of the Secretary «f : 
Of «•)•• Stcrt* of Celtfernia 

MAR 2 1 -980 
MARCHjim tu, SejjTBtwy of St 

Deputy 



SUtB! 




WHEREAS, the Columbian Squires is a youth organization sponsored by the Knights of 
Columbus; and 

WHEREAS, this fine organization is responsible for providing young Catholic men the 
opportunity to become knowledgeable, responsible and involved citizens; and 

WHEREAS, 20,000 young men participate in the activities of over 1,000 Squires Circle in 
the United States and throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, members of this organization make many outstanding contributions to our 
state through numerous charitable activities; and 

WHEREAS, the month of April marks the 57th anniversary of the death of Brother 
Barnabas, founder of the Columbian Squires program; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April as Columbian Squires Month in California and urge all citizens to join in 
this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 21st day of March 
1986. 




^O^m^'iKjrjC^ XjCjuj^J^^o'^j^ ^ *' ' * «* ' 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



4613 









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FILED 

la llw eflk* of Iha SKretory of Stol* 
of Km SMM of ColHornio 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT mar 2 e 5S 

MARQKIoNG EU, Secretmr of/State/ 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^ Yl^i^/y^xJ^ d / 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, occupational therapy is a health and rehabilitation profession; and 

WHEREAS, its practitioners provide services to individuals of all ages who have physical, 
developmental, emotional and social deficits; and 

WHEREAS, these dedicated health professionals provide assistance to the disabled in 
learning skills to enable them to lead independent, productive and satisfying lives; and 

WHEREAS, Occupational Therapy Month is being celebrated during the month of April to 
focus attention on the important contributions occupational therapists make to our society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April, 19S6 as Occupational Therapy Month in California and urge all citizens to 
join in this observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2'fth day of March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




IT 

Governor of California 




IIYImaoJa ^frm^ 



Secretary of State 



4614 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



Id itf olle* of lfc» S«r.»aty of Stat. 
of Hw Skrt* of California 



MAF 



MARQli'^EU, 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, as a state California enjoys the strength and vitality of a diverse ethnic 
population which is unmatched throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, Asian/Pacific Islanders comprise a major segment of our precious ethnic 
population and have shared their special traditions with all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Asian/Pacific Islanders have contributed significantly to all aspects of 
California life, from business to education, government to agriculture; and 

WHEREAS, the distinctive heritage of Asian/Pacific Islanders enhances the well-being of 
the state and strengthens our awareness and appreciation of all cultures; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that California recognizes the past achievements, present 
strength and future contributions of Asian/Pacific Islanders and joins in saluting their 
fascinating and unifying culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim May k-\0, 19X6 as Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Week and encourage all 
Californians to participate in appropriate ceremonies and observances. 



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 



ATTEST: 







Governor of California 



^fUjiAcJiA JyWaL. 



Secretary of State 






4615 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



,^ FILED 

W nl* Statt of California 

A1AR2 8'98n 
M«9{pbHeEUS^(j|(?ry»fSta^ 



By/iii^y. 




Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the safety and welfare of citizens during emergencies often depend upon the 
skill and efficiency of communication operators; and 

WHEREAS teiecommunicators contribute countless hours and personal energy to 
improve ttie emergency response capabilities of our public safety communication systems; and 

WHEREAS, through participation in relevant training programs and professional 
activities, teiecommunicators remain informed of improvements and refinements in public 
safety dispatch services; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that the tireless efforts and steadfast dedication of 
California's teiecommunicators be recognized by the citizens of the state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME31AN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 6-12, 1986 as Telecommunicator's 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 28th day of March 
1986. 




Goverrwr of California >y 



<L««> » 



ATTEST: 



Secretarv of State ' 



4616 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT -*.oEJirJLPc 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




^^ S«T»tory ol Stota 
Or tiM Stott of Calrfornio 

y Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 






WHEREAS, every adoption involves birthparents, adoptive parents and an adoptee in a 
significant and extremely important decision; and 

WHEREAS, birthparents tend to choose adoption not as a way of avoiding responsibility 
but because a lack of resources makes adoption the most resjwnsible alternative available to 
them at that time; and 

WHEREAS, society sometimes fails to recognize the sacrifice that these parents have 
made for their children and the love and concern that birthparents continue to feel for the 
children they have lost to adoption; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that birthparents be recognized as a concerned and viable 
part of the adoption triad; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of April 6-12, Concerned United Birthparents are observing 
Birthparent Week in order to educate the public concerning birthparent and adoption issues; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim April 6-12, 19S6 as Birthparent Week in California and urge all citizens to join 
in this observj 



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 March 
1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California U 



IJYImaoJa ^frmL. 



Secretary of State 



DIRECTION 



4617 

h *• dlw of *• S«er«iofy of 8hrt» 
of «»• Solo of Collfomta 

MAR 2 8'Q"^ 
MABCH FONG EU, Samtiry of Statt 



J 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State 
University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§90010 et 
seq. ) 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on March 11, 1986, adopted a Twenty-Sixth 
Supplemental Resolution (supplemental to a resolution adopted 
by the Trustees on April 25, 1968) authorizing the issuance of 
$11,800,000 principal amount of California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series AD, and said resolution 
was approved by the State Board of Control of the State of 
California at a meeting duly held on March 25, 1986; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of The California State 
University, on March 11, 1986, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds of 
Series AD for sale, and to sell the same, in the parcels and 
numbers set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State Treasurer 
to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the purchase of 
said Bonds Gf Series AD to be published in the manner and form 
provided in said resolution, and said resolution was approved 
by the State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly held on March 25, 1986; 



V 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series AD for sale, and sell 
the same, in the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the terms 
and conditions set forth in the form of notice contained in 
said resolution of the Trustees of the California State 
University. Said Bonds to be sold shall be $11,800,000 
principal amount of California State University Housing System 
Revenue Bonds, Series AD, dated May 1, 1986. The sale shall 
take place at the office of the Treasurer of the State of 
California, Room 110, 915 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, 
California, at 10:00 A.M. on such date prior to July 1, 1986 
as you may determine. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 2ii]i day of March, 1986. 




By 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



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4731 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT .mh. £ 1 ijEP^ »- 

of Km SM« o» Colrtofnio 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



■'986 




MARa(>OI« W Semrtw/ State 



j] Deputy 









PROCLAMATION BY THE ACTING GOVERNOR 
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

WHEREAS, the new reality in California is that most parents are employed; and 

WHEREAS, one California worker out of every four is the parent of a child under 
14 who needs child care; and 

WHEREAS, the wage earners in single- and two-parent families face the double 
demand of keeping our economy working and their families together; and 

WHEREAS, the shortage of licensed child care places a heavy burden on 
California's working families; and 

WHEREAS, California benefits from the increased productivity of working parents 
who know their children are being well cared for; and 

WHEREAS, the state's employers can serve their employees, the state, and 
themselves by sponsoring child care options; and 

WHEREAS, many local governments have formed active partnerships with private 
industry to promote child care; and 

WHEREAS, the Old Firehouse Child Care Center, a fine example of how 
public/private partnerships can create child care, will be dedicated August 7, 1986, 
in the City of Santa Monica; now, therefore be it 

RESOLVED, that I, Leo McCarthy, Acting Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim Thursday, August 7, 1986, as "California Working Families' Day," 
encouraging all Californians to recognize the importance of working parents to the 
state's economy and to remove major hurdles from their path by creating more child 



fctTWIG GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 




SECRETARY OF STATE j 






pi 



4732 




WHEREAS, California is a highly mobile society with a growing appreciation for 
efficient, specialized and low-cost transportation services; and 

WHEREAS, state and local governments have recognized the potential of ridesharing as 
an effective measure for transportation systems management and for the reduction of fuel 
consumption, air pollution, traffic congestion, user transportation costs and parking needs; and 

WHEREAS, in order to meet the transportation needs of the citizens of this state, the 
Department of Transportation has developed and implemented a rideshare program; and 



and 



WHEREAS, this program provides the state with a more efficient transportation system; 



WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all citizens recognize and appreciate the importance of 
ridesharing to the State of California; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6-10, 1986 as Rideshare Week in California and urge all citizens to 
join with the California State Department of Transportation and other transportation-related 
groups and individuals in observing this week in honor of ridesharing. 



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 3uly 
1986. 




Governor of California ^ 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 



4733 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In «h» ofltc of th« S«eT«tety o» »M 
of th» Slot» of California 



B 



AUG 1 1 '^B6 
Mi^CH FONG EU, Seoretjfy of, State 

.4Li 




\y Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the freedom and independence of self-government are cherished throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, following 36 years of Japanese rule, Korea attained her independence on 
August 15, 19'>5; and 

WHEREAS, three years later, bonded together by their love of freedom and respect for 
their fellowman, Koreans established the Republic of Korea, giving them the power to govern 
themselves and to uphold the cherished principles of justice, freedom, and liberty; and 

WHEREAS, through the years Koreans have treasured and respected their precious 
independence; and 

WHEREAS, the annual celebration of Korean Independence Day is particularly 
meaningful to California h>ecause of our rich Korean tieritage and because of the many people 
of Korean descent who live in our state; and 

WHEREAS, the anniversary of Korean Independence Day provides a fine opportunity for 
all Californians to join in celebration with the Korean American community, in recognition of 
the many contributions Koreans have made to California's development and prosperity: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 15, 1986 as Korean Independence Day in California and encourage all 
citizens to join in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to b>e affixed this 11th day of July 
1986. 




r- 



Mt 



Governor of California 



Xa>C^— ^-i^l**-*- 



ATTEST: 



/ 



Secretary of State 



4734 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Km oMc* of the S«T»»o»y o» Slot* j 
0< *• S«ot» of California 

AUG 1 1 '985 

^ Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the freedom and independence of self-government are cherished throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, following 36 years of Japanese rule, Korea attained her independence on 
August 15, i9'f5; and 

WHEREAS, three years later, bonded together by their love of freedom and respect for 
their fellowman, Koreans established the Republic of Korea, giving them the power to govern 
themselves and to uphold the cherished principles of justice, freedom, and liberty; and 

WHEREAS, through the years Koreans have treasured and respected their precious 
independence; and 

WHEREAS, the annual celebration of Korean Independence Day is particularly 
meaningful to California because of our rich Korean heritage and liecause of the many people 
of Korean descent who live in our state; and 

WHEREAS, the anniversary of Korean Independence Day provides a fine opportunity for 
all Californians to join in celebration with the Korean American community, in recognition of 
the many contributions Koreans have made to California's development and prosperity; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKME3IAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 15, 1986 as Korean Independence Day in California and encourage all 
citizens to join in appropriate observances. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to t>e affixed this Uth day of August 
1986. 




Governor of California (J 



ATTEST: 



TEST: / 



Secretary of State 






4735 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



in |(m offic* of ttw Secretary of Stat* 
of th« Stat* of Californio 



AUG 1 1 ^986 

MApLH)NG EU, S^srpianr of 



State 



Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, bicycle racing, long a favorite sport of Europeans, is attracting more interest 
and attention in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, this growing focus can be attributed to dedicated young people, like Greg 
LeMond, who have shown that Americans can participate competitively in world class events; 
and 

WHEREAS, Greg LeMond's victory in the 1986 Tour de France demonstrated to the world 
that Americans have conquered the rigors of bicycling and will eagerly challenge competitors 
from around the world; and 

WHEREAS, as the first Tour de France winner from the United States, Greg LeMond has 
not only fulfilled his dream but the dream of countless cyclists throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians join in honoring Greg LeMond— an American hero from the 
golden foothills of Sacramento County; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 11, 19S6 as Greg LeMond Day in California in recognition of this 
energetic young man who has made cycling an American sport. 



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 August 
1986. 




/0«-*-<C*« /Oti><i.<cXA<xs^**t'» *■ ■ * * 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 






4736 



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ta'a urcvlv9~M K'e^C?'^ t^im 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la itM elllc* of the Secretary of Stat* 
of Km Stat* of California 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, protecting our comnnunities against criine is a serious responsibility requiring 
a cooperative partnership between concerned citizens and law enforcement agencies; and 

WHEREAS, neighh»orhood watch programs are representative of this partnership which 
helps ease the fear and trauma of crime; and 

WHEREAS, in the spirit of neighborhood watch, August 12, 1986 has been designated as 
National Night Out Against Crime, providing an opportunity for citizens throughout the nation 
to demonstrate their support for crime prevention by turning on their porch lights; and 

WHEREAS, combining observances of Night Out Against Crime with Neighborhood Watch 
Day strengthens the neight>orhood spirit in the crime prevention campaign while notifying 
criminals that neighborhoods across the nation are organized and watching; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that Californians join all Americans in these special 
observances; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 12, 1986 as Neighborhood Watch Day and Night Out Against Crime 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 August 
1986. 




Governor of California Ir 



ATTEST: 



IJlflMAOJA Jyv^IIl. 

Secretary of State / 



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473»7 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In Ih* oRic* of 4t>« SacTvtary of 
of IfM Stat* of California 

AUGl 8 '986 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of : 

Deputy <f7 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the citizens of California are proud of the long tradition of excellence 
established by the agricultural industry in the state and of the high quality of products 
produced by the state's farmers; and 

WHEREAS, agricultural production in California totals approximately %\^ billion 
annually from its "hk million acres of farmland, thereby contributing to the marketplace half of 
the nation's vegetables, fruits, and nuts; and 

WHEREAS, Californians are proud of their diverse agricultural industry which produces 
over 250 commercial crop and livestock commodities, and contributes significantly to our 
state's economy by creating jobs in agriculture and its many related industries; and 

WHEREAS, in 1960, the Agricultural Hall of Fame and National Center at Bonner 
Springs, Kansas, was designated by Congress as the exclusive institution responsible for honoring 
farmers past and present who have made Americans the best fed people of all time; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians join the American Ideals Foundation and the Agricultural 
Hall of Fame and National Center in saluting the special heroes who comprise the American 
farm community; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 1, 1986 as National Farmers Memorial Day in California in honor 
of the dedicated men and women of our farm community. 



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 August 
1986. 




of California ^ 



^fl/JAC^ ^frv^k^ 



Secretary of State 









4738 




EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILE 

In ttra 0«e« of «♦>• S«™tory of iMt 
of Ih* Strt« of ColHornio 

86 EU, JSecretaty of State 



Deputy 



£5_ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the citizens of Mexico have long cherished their love of independence and 
freedom; and 

WHEREAS, in an effort to attain thieir freedom from Spain, on September 15, 1810 the 
people of Dolores, Mexico cried out in determination, "Viva La Independencia"; and 

WHEREAS, on the following dawn, the people of Dolores, Mexico were awakened by the 
enlightening sounds of church bells ringing, with Father Miguel Hidalgo y Castillo calling upon 
the people of Mexico to rise together in pursuit of independence; and 

WHEREAS, eleven years after that inspirational dawn, Mexico won her freedom from 
Spain; and 

WHEREAS, each year, Mexicans everywhere gather in celebration of that historic event, 
as Mexico's reigning president rings the church bells that Father Miguel Hidalgo y Castillo rang 
on that inspirational dawn in Mexican history; and 

WHEREAS, this annual celebration of Mexican Independence Day is especially meaning- 
ful to California because of our rich Mexican heritage and the many people of Mexican descent 
who live in our state; and 

WHEREAS, the 176th anniversary of Mexican Independence Day provides an excellent 
opportunity to renew our international friendship and to look forward to continued goodwill 
between our peoples; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 16, 1986, as Mexican Independence Day in California and urge all 
Californians to join in appropriate festivities of celebration. 



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 August 
1986. 



'■C* 





Governor of California (J 



ATTEST: 



Serretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4739 






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F T C E D 

In the office of the Secretory 0* Sto1» 
of the State of California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



\ f \f~y r^ O ^1 



;CH FONG EU. Setretary of StatsN 



MMCH FONG EU. Swretary of SI 



U Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



HHEREAS, Myasthenia Gravis is a debilitating neuromuscular disease character- 
ized by weakness and abnormally rapid fatigue of the voluntary muscles; and 

WHEREAS, this tragic disease often leads to drooping eyelids, blurred vision, 
slurred speech, limb weakness, and difficulty chewing, swallowing, talking, walk- 
ing, and even breathing, sometimes resulting in death; and 

WHEREAS, over 100,000 Americans suffer from Myasthenia Gravis, disrupting 
their daily routines and those of their family members; and 

WHEREAS, because the cause and prevention of Myasthenia Gravis remain unknown, 
this tragic disease can only be treated, not cured; and 

WHEREAS, increased public awareness of this tragic disease may encourage fur- 
ther research and better understanding of the causes of this puzzling illness; 

HOW. THEREFORE, I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAH, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim August 25-31, 1986 as Myasthenia Gravis Week in California and en- 
courage all citizens to increase their knowledge and awareness of Myasthenia 
Gravis. 

II WITIESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of 
August 1986. 

Governor of California */ 




Secretary of State 



4740 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th« offics of the Secretary of Stole 
of liw Stat» of California 

/ ! '- O '" 'CQC. 

MARCHJONf EU, Secreta^ cf Stte f| 

Byi 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



HHEREAS, sexual violence against women and children occurs in vast proportions 
in our society and causes devastating dehumanizing effects; and 

HHEREAS, myths perpetuated by a lack of understanding of sexual violence place 
the responsibility for sexual violence on the victim, inst ad of the perpetrator of 
the crime; and 

HHERE4S, all people have the right to live free of the threat of sexual vio- 
lence; and 





HHEKEAS, the public at large needs to be educated as to the statistics of 
their vulnerability to becoming a victim of sexual assault; and 

WHEREAS, rape crisis prevention and support programs have educated the public 
about sexual violence and are working to heal and empower victims of sexual vio- 
lence; and 

WHEREAS, effective sexual violence prevention and awareness programs can save 
lives, avoid physical and emotional suffering, and make communities safer for all; 

HOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAH, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5-11, 1986 as Sexual Violence Awareness Week in California. 

IH WITHESS 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 1986. 



Governor of California 



lTTEST: 



Secretary of State 



4741 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the office of the Secretory o* Slote 
of the Stat* o( ColHornia 



". O 



■933 



MftRCH FONG EU, Secretanr cf Stite 
<i^ Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Cahtornia 



HHERE^, juvenile delinquency and crime impact all Californians by threatening 
the future health of our society; and 

1IHEREAS, the number of crimes committed by juveniles in California increased 
in 1985 ending a four-year downward trend; and 

HHEEE4S, in 1985 over 230,960 juveniles were taken into custody in California, 
comprising 13.5% of all arrests in the state; and 

WHEREAS, effective youth crime prevention programs and services depend upon 
the commitment and participation of agencies, organizations and institutions from 
both the private and public sectors; and 

WEREAS, during the week of October 26, 1986, California Delinquency Preven- 
tion Week will be observed, providing an opportunity to recognize the positive 
contributions and accomplishments of individuals and organizations committed to 
delinquency prevention and to encourage their continued involvement in this impor- 
tant area of our criminal justice system; 

ROW THEREFORE, 1, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAI, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 26-November 1. 1986 as California Delinquency Prevention 
Week. 

II WITHESS 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 1986. 




47A2 



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^^^^^^ of rtie S»ate o< California 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT MA!?CU.F0NG EU, secretary cf SUta 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCUjFONG EU, Secretary cf 
^ Deputy Cy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, drug abuse poses a serious and devastating problem ttiat continues to 
plague our state and nation; and 

WHEREAS, all segments of the population are affected by drug abuse; and 

WHEREAS, in 1984, over 1,800 Californians died as the result of a drug over- 
dose, while over 89,000 citizens were admitted for treatment in drug abuse pro- 
grams ; and 

WHEREAS, as awareness of the effects of drug abuse on our communities in- 
creases, so does the need for effective prevention and treatment services; and 

WHEREAS, government agencies, private organizations and individual citizens 
must continue to work together to address the serious challenges surrounding this 
important problem; 

HOW. THEREFORE, I, GBMGE DEDKMEJIAM, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 12-18, 1986 as Drug Abuse Prevention Awareness Week in Cal- 
ifornia. 

II 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 1986. 





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Governor of California 



Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of Stafe 
Deputy 'O 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



HHEKEIlS, the fear of crime continues to plague citizens of California; and 

WHEREAS, due to the dedicated efforts of state agencies, law enforcement of- 
ficials and individual citizens, Californians are fortunate to benefit from a re- 
duction in crime; and 

VHEREAS, law enforcement officials attribute a portion of the recent reduction 
in crime to increased public awareness and involvement in community crime preven- 
tion programs such as Neighborhood Watch, Youth Crime and Delinquency Prevention, 
and Personal Safety and Victims Rights programs; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential to continue to distribute crime prevention informa- 
tion to the public and encourage its involvement in crime prevention programs in 
order to help reduce the number of crime victims in California; and 

WHEREAS, an emphasis on crime prevention as a means of reducing crime has as- 
sisted government agencies, law enforcement officials, the business community and 
individual citizens to continue to seek solutions to crime and actively participate 
in prevention programs; and 



WHEREAS, crime prevention programs implemented at the state and 
require the support and involvement of all Californians; 



local level 



HOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEOKMEJIAH, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Crime Prevention Month in California and encourage 
all citizens to increase their awareness of and participation in effective crime 
prevention measures. 

IR WITHESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of 
August 1986. 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



In the oflic* of the Secretary o« StoN 
of the State of California 



AUG -^ 



17 ^ : . '986 
MARCHFONG EU, Secretary of Stat 




Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, domestic violence is a serious and devastating crime which threatens 
to destroy the very foundations of American family life; and 

ilHEREAS, the victim, the perpetrator, the innocent children and society as a 
whole suffer from this vicious cycle of violence; and 



HHEREAS, nearly 40% of all reported assaults are related to domestic violence; 



and 



HHEBEAS, various women s ' centers, mental health agencies, volunteer groups and 
law enforcement agencies are working to stop the cycle of family violence by pro- 
viding shelters, counseling, emergency assistance, legal aid and intervention serv- 
ices; and 

HHEREAS, increased public awareness of the serious challenges surrounding this 
important problem provides citizens with the knowledge to combat family violence 
and restore peace and harmony to the family unit; 

HOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAH, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 28-October 4, 1986 as Domestic Violence Awareness Week in 
California. 

U WITRESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of 
August 1986. 





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Governor of California 




ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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FILED 

In th* o«e» of the Swretary of State | 
of tb* StQte o» Calrfomta 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 




HHEBEAS, the proper education of our youth is paramount to the development of 
knowledgeable, responsible and productive citizens; and 

WHEREAS, excellence in education is dependent upon safe, secure and peaceful 
school environments; and 

H HUBitAS , the health and safety of our students, teachers and school staff are 
needlessly jeopardized by crime, violence, substance abuse and vandalism in our 
schools; and 

WHEREAS, increase public awareness regarding the nature of juvenile justice 
problems and the importance of school safety can assist in reducing school crime 
and disruptive student behavior; and 

WHEREAS, the need for a peaceful school environment provides an excellent 
forum for school officials and law enforcement agencies to promote citizen involve- 
ment in making school a safer place; 

HOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAR, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 19-25, 1986 as California Safe Schools Week in California. 

IH 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 1986. 



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FICED 

In lh« office of the Secretory of Stole 
of the State of California 



A IIP 2 r 'QBB 
MARCH FONG EU, Secretary cf Slit* 

Deputy j^ 



MARCH FONG EU, 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-5*-86 



WHEREAS, The Governor's Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology has rendered its 
report and has recommended advances and improvements in the areas of research, develop- 
ment, and training involving personnel in the academic, industrial and public sectors to ensure 
the safe handling and disposition of hazardous materials; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential that a comprehensive and coordinated training program be 
fostered to ensure the highest quality of skill and expertise on the part of those involved in 
hazardous waste management, including those employed in private industry as well as those 
seeking to regulate hazardous waste activities on behalf of local and state government; and 

WHEREAS, substantial progress in the development of new technologies for the manage- 
ment of hazardous waste would be enhanced by the fostering of demonstration programs and 
projects for the testing of these emerging technologies; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby order as follows: 

1. The Department of Health Services shall undertake a program to foster an 
expanded and more formal relationship between all state, local and federal 
agencies, as well as between private and public universities, professional associa- 
tions and societies, and private industry with the chief goal and objective to 
improve coordination of hazardous waste research efforts. 

2. The coordinated research fostered by the Department of Health Services shall 
focus upon, and encourage the continued examination of the effects which complex 
mixtures of chemicals have on the public health, the effects of the transport of 
toxic materials as they move through the environment, and the most effective 
application of technologies to minimize adverse health and environmental efforts 
in these areas. 

3. The Department of Finance in coordination with the University of California and 
the Department of Health Services shall evaluate the costs and benefits of the 
University of California's Toxics Research and Teaching Program to determine 
their needs to ensure vital research in this field. 

'f. The Department of Finance in coordination with the Department of Health 
Services shall assess the costs, benefits and implementation of a comprehensive 
competitive research grants program in the field of hazardous waste management, 
with an appropriate combination of "directed" and "investigator-initiated" qualified 
private and public research entities in California. 



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The Department of Finance, in coordination with the Department of Health 
Services, shall assess the costs, benefits and implementation of a competitive 
program for the award of special fellowships to pre-and postdoctoral students of 
proven ability who are committed to research topics relevant to the management 
of hazardous waste. 



The Department of Health Services shall immediately develop and adopt regula- 
tions for the implementation of a uniform system for the issuance of 
"demonstration permits" for hazardous waste management facilities with the 
objective to encourage, evaluate and introduce new technologies in this field. 

The Department of Health Services shall provide reasonable assistance and advice 
to institutions of higher learning which seek to establish new academic programs to 
train scientists and other professionals in the hazardous waste management field. 

The Department of Finance shall initiate discussions, examine alternatives, and 
determine means for the following: 



(a) 



The Office of Emergency Services to immediately undertake action to 
improve existing "first-responder" training programs to ensure standardiza- 
tion of curriculum and response procedures; 






(b) The Peace Officer's Standards and Training program to develop a curriculum 
for the training of sworn peace officers, local environmental health officers, 
and local and state prosecutors with the objective to promote detection of 
hazardous waste law violations and vigorous prosecution of violators; and 

(c) The Department of Health Services to establish a one-year program of state 
grants to local district and city attorneys and environmental health officers 
for the enhancement of local law enforcement programs in the field of 
hazardous waste management. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that by December 31, 1986, and every six (6) months 
thereafter until completed, the Department of Health Services shall submit to me a 
repxjrt of the progress made in advancements of research, development, education and 
training within the hazardous waste management field. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of August 
1986 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

in th« offic* of the Stcretory of Stat* 
of Hm State of California 



'CH FONG EU, Secretary cf Stats 




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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-55-86 



WHEREAS, the expeditious cleanup of existing hazardous waste sites is a critical part of 
the State's goal of managing and disposing of toxic waste safely; and 

WHEREAS, legal barriers exist which impede the cleanup of hazardous waste sites; and 

WHEREAS, cleanup coordination among all involved agencies is necessary to ensure site 
cleanup activities are carried out effectively; and 

WHEREAS, the Governor's Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology drew upon a 
broad expertise to develop recommendations to expedite and improve the current cleanup 
process; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby order the following: 

1. The Department of Health Services, Secretary of Environmental Affairs, the Water 
Resources Control Board and California's Regional Water Quality Control Boards 
shall publicize the Hazardous Substance Cleanup Arbitration Panel and promote its 
use. 

2. The Department of Insurance shall conduct hearings to assess alternatives to 
private insurers offering Environmental Impairment Liability insurance. 



3. 



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The Department of Health Services and other involved state agencies shall enter 
into a memorandum of understanding with the Federal Environmental Protection 
Agency to determine the lead agency for given conditions and to follow established 
protocol in resolving conflicts. 

The Department of Health Services, the Air Resources Board and Regional Air 
Quality Management Districts, the Water Resources Control Board and Regional 
Water Quality Control Boards and the California Waste Management Board shall 
enter into a memorandum of understanding that specifies each agency's responsibil- 
ities in site cleanup, defines standards and criteria for use in remedial action plan 
development, and identifies a conflict resolution process to resolve interagency 
disputes. 

The Department of Health Services and Regional Water Quality Control Boards 
shall review their current processes to determine the procedures necessary to 
provide better compliance with CEQA as a functionally equivalent program and 
shall then adopt the necessary regulations and procedures to provide better 



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environmental protection and public involvement consistent with CEQA require- 
ments. These regulations shall be expeditiously reviewed by the Secretary of the 
Health and Welfare Agency and the Secretary of Environmental Affairs, who shall 
assist the Department and the Boards in attaining functional equivalency. 

6. Effective immediately, the Department of Health Services shall take further steps 
to ensure that their emergency response authority is most effectively used to 
expedite and implement interim cleanup measures. 

7. The Department of Finance, the Board of Equalization and the Department of 
Health Services shall study alternative ways to augment the present fee structure for 
the Hazardous Substance Account. 

8. The Department of Health Services shall further streamline the site cleanup 
contracting process to ensure timely administrative handling and improve contract 
quality. In addition, the Department of Health Services should take appropriate 
action to develop systems to streamline permitting for site cleanup technologies 
for which significant operating and technical performance data are known. 

9. Effective immediately, the implementing agencies should ensure that remediation 
plans to clean up hazardous waste sites use the best feasible treatment technology 
to control pollution and protect public health and the environment. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that by December 31, 1986, and every six (6) months 
thereafter until completed, the Department of Health Services shall submit to me a 
report of the progress made in expediting and improving the current site cleanup wastes 
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 25th day of August 
1986 



ATTEST: 



ecretary of State ' 




Governor of California ^ 



A748 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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lo ff« office of the Secretary of SM9 iS 
of the Stat* of California 

A I IP, ? ■' -QOG 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary cf St:t^ ? 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-56-86 



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WHEREAS, Californians currently generate hazardous waste at a rate which will soon 
exceed the existing capacity of private and public treatment and disp>osal facilities; and 

WHEREAS, a substantial quantity of this hazardous waste is simply deposited on or in the 
ground without treatment and as such represents a threat to the public's health and safety, and 
the environment; and 

WHEREAS, the Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology strongly recommends the 
elimination of land disposal of untreated wastes; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby direct the Department of Health Services, and other appropriate and 
involved state agencies to implement the comprehensive and phased program, as outlined in 
the Task Force final report, to eliminate land disposal of untreated waste in California; and 
hereby order the following: 

1. In implementing a phased program, the Department of Health Services shall 
establish an Information and Technology Clearinghouse to ensure that industry and 
the public are fully apprised of all significant information on available waste 
reduction, treatment, and recycling technologies and working with the Department 
of Finance, pursue appropriate means to provide fiscal incentives for the use of 
alternative technologies for waste reduction, treatment and site cleanup. Special 
emphasis should be directed toward small businesses and small waste generators. 

2. The Department of Health Services shall establish reduction of the volume of 
hazardous waste as a principal goal. In this regard, waste reduction shall include 
both source reduction (producing less waste), as well as recycling or reuse (e.g., 
utilizing the hazardous waste produced from industrial and commercial activities 
as a byproduct for acceptable purposes). 

3. Since proven technologies exist to treat over 80% of the hazardous waste 
previously sent to land disposal, the phased program should emphasize, whenever 
possible, that hazardous wastes shall be subject to methods of detoxification and 
decomposition that render them nonhazardous to environment and to the people of 
California. 

fi. The Department of Health Services shall establish a preference for onsite 
treatment of hazardous waste rather than offsite treatment when onsite treatment 
is technically and economically sound. However, since not all wastes can be 
economically managed onsite, a number of commercially available offsite treat- 



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ment facilities will be required throughout the state. The development of 
definitive county or regional hazardous waste management plans and an overall 
statewide plan are necessary elements of an effective program to ensure that 
adequate treatment and disposal capacity is developed for the businesses and 
industries in California. 

5. State agencies involved in the planning, siting, and permitting of treatment 
facilities shall enter into a memorandum of understanding that specifies each 
agency's responsibilities, and defines a mechanism to quickly resolve differences 
that impede issuance of necessary permits. These agencies should undertake an 
analysis of the siting and permitting of onside efforts to determine whether there 
is a need for future coordination of the associated permitting process. 

6. In view of concerns regarding toxic substances (including pesticides) in agricultural 
drainwater, appropriate state agencies should continue to review, address, develop, 
and implement comprehensive programs for the establishment of water quality 
objectives and regulation of agricultural drainwater which is hazardous in order to 
protect the public health and the environment in a manner which provides 
protection equivalent to the regulation of other hazardous wastes. 

7. Technologically sound and environmentally safe residual management facilities, 
both interim and permanent, shall be established for the storage of the irreducible 
residues of waste treatment. In carrying out the charge, the Department of Health 
Services should provide assistance to local governments and private industry 
already involved in establishing residuals management facilities and work with 
them to expedite the siting and p>ermitting process. 

NOTE: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that by December 31, 1986, and every six (6) months 
thereafter until completed, the Department of Health Services shall submit to me a 
report of the progress made in eliminating land disp>osal of untreated wastes 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 25th day of August 
1986 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 




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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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of <<M Stal* of California 



MARCH FONG EU, Secf 



cf St;t} 



Secietsfy cf St; 




EXECUTIVE ORDER D-57-86 



WHEREAS, although extensive energy and resources from both the public and private 
sectors have been focused on the cleanup of hazardous waste sites, the unsafe disposal of 
hazardous waste remains a serious threat to the public health; and 

WHEREAS, the public health will benefit from improved treatment and monitoring 
systems for hazardous waste; and 

WHEREAS, in order to effectively address the health problems posed by these cancer- 
causing substances, it is imperative that all involved agencies coordinate their activities and 
work together for the common good; and 

WHEREAS, the Governor's Task Force on Toxics, Waste and Technology has recom- 
mended the development of a thorough monitoring and review system to better protect the 
public from the dangers of hazardous waste; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby order the Department of Health Services and other involved state 
agenices to: 

1. Develop an effective and comprehensive system of environmental monitoring and 
evaluation that can be maintained at all residuals management facilities, multi- 
user hazardous waste treatment sites, and at large onsite treatment facilities. 

2. Take appropriate action to ensure that, to the maximum extent feasible, hazardous 
wastes are not commingled before offsite treatment unless the commingling 
enhances treatment. 

3. Ensure that the best technology necessary to protect public health and the 
environment is used in treatment, and the most effective technology necessary to 
control pollution which threatens public health and the environment, is utilized. 



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i^. Direct the State Water Board and Department of Health Services to continue their 
review of existing laws and programs intended to prevent wastes, or other 
substances that cause cancer or pose other serious hazards to public health or 
reproductive processes from entering air and water supplies; such agencies shall 
develop proposals to strengthen existing programs and laws as determined to be 
necessary by these continuing reviews. 

IT IS ORDERED that by December 31, 1986, and every six (6) months thereafter until 
completed, the Department of Health Services shall submit to me a report of the 
progress made in reducing the public health risks caused by hazardous waste. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of August 
1986 



Governor of California 




Secretary of State 










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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the o«Bc» of rtie S«retary of 
of Ifw SM» of California 



MARpH-WliG EU, SecretajY of SUte^gg^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



HHEREAS. systemic lupus erythematosus, an autoimmune disease, poses a serious 
tiealth risk to countless Americans, particularly women of child bearing age; and 

HHEREAS. the solution to this puzzling disease continues to elude scientists, 
partly due to its symptoms which imitate those of other diseases; and 

HHEREAS, in recent years, greater attention has been focused on the causes and 
cures of lupus and strides have been made to provide comfort and assistance to 
lupus victims and their loved ones; and 

HHEREAS, with increased public awareness of the symptoms and treatment of 
lupus, the adjustment of lupus patients to their fate will be lessened and under- 
standing towards them enhanced; and 

HHEREAS, the Lupus Foundation of America will be observing Lupus Awareness 
Month during October 1986; 

NOU. THEREFORE. I, GECXtGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Lupus Awareness Month in California. 

IN HITNESS HHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of 
August 1986. 




Governor 




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TEST: 



Secretary of State 



4751 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the office o< the Seerrtory of 
of «4w Stat* of California 



AUG 2 7 '986 
MARCHJfiNG EU, Secretary of Stataj 



Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, throughout California's history, the need for safe and efficient 
transportation systems has grown; and 

HHERE4S. as our state's dependency on efficient transportation grows, so must 
our commitment to ensuring proper safety procedures; and 

HHEREAS. Calif ornians have increasingly expressed a deep concern for the need- 
less loss of lives on our streets and highways; and 

HHER8AS. increased public awareness of the effectiveness of safety devises 
such as the seat belt promises to greatly reduce the threat of serious injury or 
death on California's roadways; and 

WHEREAS, the continued support and cooperation of individual citizens, private 
organizations and governmental agencies will help achieve our goal of reducing the 
tragic toll of traffic deaths and injuries occuring in our state; and 

WHEREAS, as Labor Day weekend and the holiday season approaches, it is partic- 
ularly important for all motorists to practice defensive driving techniques and 
promote increased traffic safety; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby encourage all citizens to follow proper safety procedures on the roadways 
and have a safe and happy holiday season. 

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 
August 1986. 




Governor of California ^ 
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Secretary of State 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

'n the oflics of the Secretary of Stole 
of the State of California 



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AUG 2 7 '986 
IG EU, Secretary of State 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, security practitioners are dedicated to protecting people, property 
and information assets of public and private organizations; and 

HHEREAS. the efforts of these professionals have significantly reduced the 
losses caused by a wide range of crimes committed against countless other organiza- 
tions that employ their services; and 

1IHEREAS. these dedicated security professionals have demonstrated outstanding 
service in preventing or minimizing losses to the community from such natural or 
man-made disasters as fire, riots, strikes and other civil disorders; and 

WHEREAS, the American Society for Industrial Security has designated the month 
of September to honor security professionals throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate for all Californians to recognize and appreciate 
the many contributions security professionals make on behalf of all citizens and 
their possessions; 

NOW. THKREFORB, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September. 1986 as Professional Security Month in honor of the many 
dedicated men and women who comprise this profession. 

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 
August 1986. 




ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 






Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th« offic* o* the Secretary e4 
of the Slate oJ ColHornia 



U13 2 cV986 



All! 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



HHEREAS. protecting our communities against crime is a serious responsibility 
requiring a cooperative partnership between concerned citizens and law enforcement 
agencies; and 

HHEREAS. programs like neighborhood watch are representative of this partner- 
ship which helps ease the fear and trauma of crime for past and future victims; and 

WHEREAS, like neighborhood watch programs, apartment watch will provide an 
opportunity for apartment dwellers to become involved in the campaign against crime 
and contribute to safer housing for all; and 

HHEREAS. participation in the apartment watch program will strengthen the 
spirit of cooperation, which is vital to the crime prevention campaign, while noti- 
fying criminals that apartment residents are organized and watching; and 

WHEREAS. it is important that apartment tenants throughout California join 
concerned citizens everywhere in the campaign against crime by participating in 
apartment watch programs; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of Calif o-.ia, do 
hereby proclaim September 1986 as Apartment Watch Month in California and encourage 
all citizens to become personally involved in organized efforts to eliminate crime 
in our communities. 

IN WITNESS HHEREOF I have hereunto set my band 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 27th day of 
August 1986. 




XjCMm^'^**'* 



Governor of California 



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Secretary of State 



4754 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th« offic* of the Secretary of Stote 
of 4<M Stat* (rf California 

MARCiiJ()((G EU, SecneUiy-et £t:te 




Deputy 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot Calitornia 



WHEREAS, the strength of California rests in our ability to produce and ef- 
ficiently distribute food products necessary to sustain the citizens of this state; 
and 

WHEREAS, independent grocers are essential to this process, providing for the 
vital interests of their customers through their resourcefulness and dedication to 
their comniunity; and 

WHEREAS, the hard work and commitment manifested by these individuals affords 
a shining example of the success possible within the freedom and competition of the 
American marketplace: and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
vital contributions independent grocers make to the quality of living in the Golden 
State; 

NOW, THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 7-13. 1986 as Independent Retail Grocers Week in 
California. 

Ill 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 
September 1986. 

Governor of California U 



Km'Si^'. 







Secretary of State 



4755 




FlUED 

In H>» oISc* of *• S«™^n' 0* Sttrt. 
of itw StaM oi California 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



MARpR-WWejEU, Sjjretaj) 
Deputy 



^StrtB 



WHEREAS, each year one in every four hundred infants die without warning from 
the devastating disease known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; and 

WHEREAS. SIDS. commonly known as crib death, is the number one cause of death 
for infants between the ages of one month and one year; and 

WHEREAS. SIDS is neither predictable nor preventable, leaving parents with 
feelings of guilt and loneliness; and 

WHEREAS, while the cause of this tragic phenomenon eludes us. hope lies in the 
continued research and increased public awareness of this serious and unexplainable 
disease; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, the California Chapter of the National 
Sudden Death Syndrome Foundation is observing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome 
Awareness Month in a continued effort to educate parents and the general public 
about this puzzling disease which affects thousands of families each year; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month in 
California and urge all citizens to join in this important observance. 



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 
September 1986. 




Governor of California C/ 



•TTEST: . 



Secretary of State 






4756 









EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

In lti« offic* of th« S«cT»»OTy of S^=lt• 
of ItM Sttil* o( California 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of Strts 



h/tVm^i 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS. Californians have a deep respect for our state's senior citizens and 
understand the importance of older Americans reneining independent and active; and 

WHEREAS, our state and local governments have joined with the private sector 
to provide senior citizens with an alternative to long-term care institutionaliza- 
tion so that they can maintain their dignity and independence; and 

WHEREAS. Adult Day Health Care and Social Day Care programs have been estab- 
lished throughout California as a viable alternative to long-term care institution- 
alization, providing a variety of health, therapeutic, and social services designed 
to serve the special needs of those at risk cf being placed in a nursing home; and 

WHEREAS, Adult Day Health Care programs promote partnerships between the par- 
ticipant, the family, the physician, and the community in an effort to maintain 
personal independence for older Americans; and 

WHEREAS, these programs offer relief to families who otherwise must care for 
disabled elderly persons on a twenty-four hour per day basis; and 

WHEREAS, with the assistance and support of the staff at Adult Day Health Care 
centers, individuals already residing in nursing homes can realize their independ- 
ence and be placed back into the community; and 

WHEREAS, in the past year, the State of California has increased Adult Day 
Health Care sites by 27% and has established a new licensure category for Social 
Day Centers; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 21-27, 1986 as Adult Day Health Care Center Week in 
California and encourage all citizens to recognize the important role of these pro- 
grams in achieving a comprehensive system of community-based long-term care for 
future generations. 

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 
September 1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



icretary of State / 



4757 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



F I C E D 

In ttto office of liw S^crstory of Stoto 
of t<M Stcrt* of California 

MttCH F0f4G EU, Seci 



Secrrtaty of St^ts 
(1 Deputy 







WHEREAS. California is the undisputed world's home of the entertainment indus- 
try: and 

WHEREAS, the Golden State continues to offer the world's best locations, pro- 
viding filmmakers pleasant climate and diverse topography; and 

WHEREAS, industry production generates billions of dollars toward our state's 
boisterous economy; and 

WHEREAS, in an effort to effectively meet the diverse needs of filmmakers, 
California established a Film Office, which is responsible for assisting all as- 
pects of filmmaking; and 

WHEREAS, the Motion Picture Council, which consists of 21 members from the 
industry, provides direction on keeping production and jobs in the state; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential that state agencies, private organizations and indi- 
vidual citizens work together to "Meet the Competition" of ensuring that California 
maintains its position as a leader in this vital industry; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, ^ORGB DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the motion picture industry for its fine endeavors on behalf of the 
artistic and economic growth of California and urge all citizens to continue to 
promote and attract filmmaking 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 5th day of 
September 1986. 




A758 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In A. offic. of *«i«Sr^ t *°** 
of »he S»al» of California 



imARCj 




EU, Secretanr of State j 
Deputy (J 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, osteopathy is a medical discipline, founded in 187A by Dr. Andrew 
Still, which stresses the importance of the musculoskeletal system in the treatment 
of disease; and 

WHEREAS, since its inception, osteopathic medicine has developed into a so- 
phisticated system of total health care which deals with the interrelationship of 
body structure and function; and 

WHEREAS, osteopathic medicine emphasizes good health for the whole family; and 

WHEREAS, with increased public attention, this distinctive and separate branch 
of medicine is one of the fastest growing fields in health care; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of September lA-20, osteopathic physicians and sur- 
geons throughout California are observing Osteopathic Medicine Week; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
important role osteopathic medicine plays in the health of the citizens of this 
state; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 14-20, 1986 as Osteopathic Medicine 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 8th day of 
September 1986. 




Governor of California 




iTTEST: 



Secretary of State 



•9^ l^t^O'y IfcU 



4759 









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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In Ae <0c» of 1«>« Secretary of 
oi liie Shit« of Colifofnia 



G EU, Secretanr of 
Deputy 




^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, the State of California is enriched by the colorful traditions and 
distinctive cultures of her Latin American neighbors; and 

WHEREAS. Americans of Hispanic descent are an important segment of the diverse 
population that makes up the great state of California; and 

WHEREAS, in communities throughout our state, residents of Mexican. Spanish. 
Central and South American descent are playing a vital role in fostering progress 
and promoting economic growth; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to celebrate the tremendous contributions which 
Americans of Spanish descent have made to California and the United States; and 

WHEREAS, like America's recent commemoration of the 100th birthday of '"he 
Statue of Liberty, the observance of Hispanic Heritage Week is a time to reflect on 
the tremendous love of freedom and justice that we all share; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September lA-20. 1986 as Hispanic Heritage Week and encourage all 
Californians to join me in observing this week as an appropriate txme to recognxze 
the significant achievements of all Hispanics. 

IN WITHESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 8th day of 
September 1986. 




4760 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

la «ho oflke of ttw Ucrtfar/ of Stot» 
at Hm Stott of California 

MARCH FONG EU, Secietary cf St:t« 
J Deputy /y 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



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, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, by virtue of the 
power and authority vested in me by Section 3 (b) of Article IV 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 8th 
day of September, 1986, at 5:00 p.m. of said day for the following purpose and to 
legislate upon the following subject: 



To consider and act upon legislation relative to prisons. 



ATTEST: 




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 
September 1986. 



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Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 






4~ol 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•f *• StaM a( CaMonM 

c" .- " r Hon 




A PROCLAMATION 
bv the Governor ot the State ot Calitornia 



and 



VHERKAS, Dowc Syndrone is the leading clinical cause of Mental retardation; 



ii tiKKKAS . while this chroBJOso«al configuration occurs in one ir every 1,000 
births, it ressains one of the least understood disabilities of our tiae; and 

HHEREAS. contrary to popular belief, Bost children who have Do*fE Syndrome are 
only Baldly handicapped; and 

HHKRBA5. improved educational opportunities for those with Down Syndrome and 
advances in medical science have brightened the outlook for individuals bcm with 
this chromcsoBai configuration; and 

w hkkKAS . with the guidance and assistance of the National Down Syndrome Con- 
gress, parents and teachers are developing special programs to help individuals who 
have Down Syndrome function at their fullest potential; and 

HHERKAS. increased public awareness of the intricacies of Down Syndrome will 
assist those afflicted with this chromosomal configuration as they strive to 
assimilate into mair.streac society; 

NCH. THBRKFOSE. I, GBOMS DBOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of Califcrnia, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Down Syndrome Awareness Month in California and 
urge all citizens to increase their knowledge of this disability. 

Ill HimSSS VHKREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California c be affixed this 8th day of 
September l;*c>. 




/Q^uJi 



Governor of California 







A VYtA^ 



Secretary of State \ 



47.62 



4^ K'eJIt^'M ifttJ 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In tho office of th« S«cr«tory of SM* 
of ttw Stat* of California 



J^J 



MAp-im EU, Secretarejt St^ ^K 
t^ Deputy VJMiR 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, over 200 years ago, our forefathers founded this great nation with a 
vision of freedom, liberty, and justice for all; and 

WHEREAS, today, we, as a nation, still foster that precious vision and embrace 
those cherished principles; and 

WHEREAS, the education of our people has long been treasured as one of our 
most important freedoms; and 

WHEREAS, throughout the United States, a vast system of colleges and universi- 
ties provides everyone the opportunity to further their education and realize their 
dreams; and 

WHEREAS, California's institutions of higher learning, both public and pri- 
vate, are among the best in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education is celebrating 
October 25-31, 1986 as Higher Education Week, and have chosen "Education is 
Freedom" as their theme for 1986 in a continued effort to promote public awareness 
of our liberty to learn, as well as to encourage all citizens to pursue a path to 
higher learning; 

NOH. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 25-31, 1986 as Higher Education Week. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 

and caused the Great Seal of the State of 

California to be affixed this 9th day of 
September 1986. 





Governor 



>r of California 



ATTEST: / 



Secretary of State 



4763 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICEP 

tn the office of 1*ie Seeretor • 5>n»ef 
of Ih* Stat* of Califo . 



MARCI 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 




WHEREAS. Californians have long been known for their generous spirit and giv- 
ing nature; and 

W H E R E A S, Older Americans are the fastest growing group in our population and 
are enriching our communities through their loving support and knowledgable guid- 
ance; and 

WHEREAS, this year, marks the 15th anniversary of ACTION, the national volun- 
teer agency, as well as its largest program, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program; 
and 

WHEREAS, the outstanding success of RSVP is largely due to the unwavering com- 
mitment of the many men and women volunteers, 60 years of age and older, who give 
of their time and energy to help ensure a brighter future for the members of their 
c ommun i ty ; and 

WHEREAS, in California, there are 21,531 RSVP volunteers serving through 3,781 
private, non-profit, and public organizations; and 

WHEREAS, California's devoted RSVP volunteers contributed 5,562,195 volunteer 
hours to their communities in the past year alone; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAM. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 15-21, 1986 as RSVP Volunteer Week and encourage all 
Californians to recognize the tireless service and valuable achievements of these 
dedicated senior volunteers. 

IM 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 
September 1986. 





Governor of California /J 



ATTEST: 



Secretarv of State ' 



Secretary of State 



4764 



I v'dJio'^ nfi^a^ *:iJLa\ kToJU'M iTt. 



^-ii tCt^Xc^a arhMSu K'lJCis^ 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In the offic» of the Secretory of Stote 
of tfie Stat* of California 

t p 1 1 '9^6 

M^RfB-WtlG ni Secretanr cf Stte 
^ Deputy ^ 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, from infancy through adulthood, injuries are a leading cause of 
trauma and death as well as a major source of medical expenditures and loss to our 
economy; and 

VfHEREAS, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provide optimal care for ill and in- 
jured citizens, including initial assessment stay, definitive treatment and reha- 
bilitative services: and 

HHEREAS, effective EMS systems involve the coordinated response and active 
participation of many organizations such as law enforcement, dispatch, rescue per- 
sonnel, ambulance services, hospital facilities and medical personnel; and 

WHEREAS, increased services in emergency medical care and advances in the de- 
velopment of EMS systems in California have made it possible to save countless 
lives; and 



WHEREAS, increase awareness and knowledge of emergency medical services 
help reduce the occurrence of death and disability from emergency causes; and 



can 



WHEREAS, during the week of September 21-27, the California Emergency Medical 
Services Authority, in conjunction with local emergency medical services agencies 
and the California Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, is con- 
ducting a statewide public awareness campaign entitled, "Emergency Medical Services 
Awareness Week"; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 21-27, 1986 as Emergency Medical Services Awareness Week 
in California and urge all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

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 
September 1986. 




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Governor of California 



ATTEST: . 



Secretary of State 



4765 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

Ib th« office o< the Secretory o< Stat* 
a( the State of Colitornio 



MABCtf-SONG Lil, Secretary cf St:te 

By ^^-^ C^ 

Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



VIHERE^. California is blessed with a vibrant and prospering restaurant com- 
munity; and 

WHERE^. this success is largely due to the dedicated efforts of waiters and 
waitresses who contribute significantly to the efficiency of restaurant operations; 
and 

HHERKAS. the men and women who comprise this demanding profession constantly 
strive to provide patrons with pleasant and efficient service; and 

HHEREAS. we often fail to acknowledge the fine services provided by waiters 
and waitresses: and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
importance of waiters and waitresses to our great state; 

NOH. THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 17. 1986 as Waiter and Waitress Day in California and 
urge all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 11th day of 
September 1986. 

Governor of California (/ 




Secretary of State / 



4766 



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I xr^.Xs'lc K'C.X^'S >^b. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

la ItM oAka •« the S«cre»ory of SM* 
of <tM $Mt* •( CotHomta 

'P\ :■ '980 
MARCtUOW; EU, SecretanX^'^ 

Dtpwiy /J 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, in 1787, the United States Constitution was signed, thus establishing 
a wholly novel form of government in which the ultimate wellspring of power lay 
with the people's vote; and 

WHEREAS, this priceless and revered document is the cornerstone of our society 
and forms the foundation for the precious freedoms we hold so dear; and 

WHEREAS, the Constitution remains the oldest written national instrument of 
government in force anywhere in the world; and 

WHEREAS. September 17, 1986 marks the 199th anniversary of the drafting of the 
Constitution; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that Californians and all freedom loving people accord 
special recognition to this memorable anniversary; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEOR<X DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 17-23, 1986 as Constitution Week in California and urge 
all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

Ill 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 
September 1986. 



ATTEST: 




Governor of California (/ 



Secretary of State ' 



4.767 



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■^It ■CcJli'v a^&Ma'x ithi 



a'it t^oXa^^i t^&jCa'V ^ZX^u » 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FICED 

la A* oOe* of Mw SKratory of 9M* 
Of *• SMt af CoMemki 



^EP 1 Z '986 
i EU, SecretB»4f State 




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D«p«ty CT 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, cancer, heart disease, stroke, and emphysema are the "modem day 
plagues" nationally and in California; and 

HHEREAS. these diseases often result from individual lifestyle choices and 
behavior: and 

WHEREAS, these diseases do inestimable damage to our quality of life and 
inflate the cost of health care; and 

WHEREAS, these diseases of lifestyle can be controlled largely by individual 
choices of eating properly, exercising wisely, limiting consumption of alcohol, and 
avoiding tobacco and other harmful substances; and 

WHEREAS, it is the consensus of public health and medical experts that quality 
of life can be improved and health care costs reduced by raising the awareness of 
the general public about health behaviors and lifestyle choices; and 

WHEREAS, during the week of September 13-19. 1986. the California Department 
of Health Services and local health departments throughout our state will be pro- 
moting healthy lifestyle choices; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, (30RGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 13-19, 1986 as California Health Promotion Week. 

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 1986. 



ATTEST: 




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Governor of California 



iDflOAOJA jrv^ky 

Secretary of State j 



A768 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

la th* offlc* af Itw SMratory if 9>ol» 
of Mm SM* of Callfonita 

SEPl 7^986 
IttRCH FOM EU, S«9etory If SMi 

(y Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, today, over 13 years since the end of active U.S. involvement in the 
Vietnam War. over 2.400 Americans are still missing or unaccounted for in Indo- 
china; and 

WHEREAS, a few short years ago. there was little interest and less hope 
throughout our nation about the POW/MIA issue, sending a signal to the governments 
of Vietnam and Laos that America was no longer interested in her lost sons; and 

WHEREAS, today all of America is concerned, and we are engaged in negotiations 
with both Vietnam and Laos that have already helped return more of our men to their 
families than at any time since the end of the war; and 

WHEREAS, these brave men died in battle for their country and it is only fit- 
ting that they finally rest now in the nation they loved so dearly and for which 
they willingly sacrificed: and 

WHEREAS, it is important to pay tribute to the fathers and mothers, the wives, 
the sons and daughters, and other relatives of our POWs and MIAs who never gave up 
and never stopped loving; and 

WHEREAS, promoting public awareness and generating unified support are key 
elements of our national strategy on this important issue; and 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States along with the National League of 
Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia are observing Septem- 
ber 19. 1986 as National POW/MIA Recognition Day; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEUKMBJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 19. 1986 as POW/MIA Recognition Day in California and 
encourage all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the f' eat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 17th day of 
September 1986. 



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Govern 



o^'of Cali 



fornia 



7 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of State 






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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



Hi tlw SM« of CalKomta 

SEPl 7^986 
MARCH RM6 EU, SKfrttfy Cf State saja 

y Deputy 3^11 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, today, over 13 years since the end of active U.S. involvement in the 
Vietnam War, over 2,400 Americans are still missing or unaccounted for in Indo- 
china : and 

WHEREAS, a few short years ago, there was little interest and less hope 
throughout our nation about the POW/MIA issue, sending a signal to the governments 
of Vietnam and Laos that America was no longer interested in her lost sons; and 

WHEREAS, today all of America is concerned, and we are engaged in negotiations 
with both Vietnam and Laos that have already helped return more of our men to their 
families than at any time since the end of the war; and 

WHEREAS, these brave men died in battle for their country and it is only fit- 
ting that they finally rest now in the nation they loved so dearly and for which 
they willingly sacrificed; and 

WHEREAS, it is important to pay tribute to the fathers and mothers, the wives, 
the sons and daughters, and other relatives of our POWs and MIAs who never gave up 
and never stopped loving: and 



WHEREAS, promoting public awareness and generating unified support are 
elements of our national strategy on this important issue; and 



key 



WHEREAS, the President of the United States along with the National League of 
Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia are observing Septem- 
ber 19, 1986 as National POW/MIA Recognition Day; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. OEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 19, 1986 as POW/MIA Recognition Day in California and 
encourage all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

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 
September 1986. 



Governoii 





ecretary of State ' 



4769 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

•D fli# Offic# OT tM SMfVtory of Sfofo 
of Mw Stota tt California 



P F P 1 (^ 'Oq>- 




of Stitt 




Dapwty 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State ot California 



WHEREAS, each year over one million families in the United States and over 
95,000 families in California face the unexpected and often misunderstood loss of 
their baby; and 

WHEREAS, the public often diminishes the importance of such a loss and wrong- 
fully assumes that having another baby will erase the pain and heartache; and 

WHEREAS, bereaved parents have a right to their grief, their feelings of sad- 
ness and their need to remember their lost loved ones; and 

WHEREAS, informed family members, friends and co-workers could provide valu- 
able support to bereaved parents; and 

WHEREAS, this is a family problem of immense magnitude which requires in- 
creased public awareness and support for parents and family members as they cope 
with their loss; and 

WHEREAS, the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group, which promotes awareness 
and understanding for families experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth and newborn 
infant death, is observing October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, GBORGE DEHKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month in the State 
of California and urge all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

IH 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 
September 1986. 




^^Jc-tCC- /<J6^^A>C^-^-»**^- 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



iflUAoU 




Secretary of State 



4770 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

to th* offic* of the Secretory oJ Stote 
of th* SM* of ColHornio 

cjrp ^ O -Oi;), 

MARCtM=eNG EU, S«cretajv of Stats 

^ Deputy C? 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



HHKREAS. California producers and consumers enjoy the economic benefits of a 
substantial cooperative business sector; and 

WHEREAS. California cooperatives have led the way in acting as consumer advo- 
cates and in providing consumer information; and 

WHEREAS, over 40.000 California households belong to agricultural cooperatives 
and market over 6 billion dollars of products annually; and 

WHEREAS, an estimated 1 million people participate in California consumer co- 
operatives such as housing, child care, food and cable television, with assets over 
1.5 billion dollars; and 

WHEREAS, California credit unions alone have over 6.2 million members and over 
20 billion dollars in assets; and 

WHEREAS, those involved in California's cooperatives are to be commended for 
their dedicated efforts to enhance our state's economy and enrich our daily lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE. I. QBX)RQB DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Co-op month in California and encourage all citi- 
zens to recognize the importance of cooperatives and those individuals which make 
them possible. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 18th day of 
September 1986. 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ,1 



4771 



I K-cJfcol: it:tiXa-ie .rSSU-ii tfS 



f'-.9.>^ i'e^--B »ii 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

hi n9 oflkv of m% Secretary of 
of Mw Stat* of Californio 

SEP? ? "986 
MARCtf-fONe EU, Secretey of 

^ DeputyC 



•■JBBS 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, when the first Europeans reached America, they were unprepared for 
the variety and complexity of cultures they encountered; and 

WHEREAS, as many as 2 million Indians occupied what we now know as America, 
with 250,000 Indians living in the territory that became California: and 

WHEREAS. California Indians held a special appreciation for their ancestry and 
nature and lived in peace and harmony with their surroundings; and 

WHEREAS, the arrival of Europeans had a devastating effect for a large major- 
ity of Indian tribes and communities; and 

WHEREAS, despite the dramatic changes Indians were forced to make in the face 
of a modern world, this special segment of the population has. throughout history, 
contributed significantly to our state's growth and development; and 

WHEREAS, the contributions of the California Indians, which are often over- 
looked, deserve special recognition by all citizens who are fortunate to benefit 
from the harmoneous spirit offered by Indian culture; 

WHEREAS, the fourth Friday of September, which commemorates the Indian New 
Year, provides a fine opportunity for Californians to recognize and appreciate the 
many contributions California Indians continue to make to our society; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GBORGR DEDKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 26, 1986 as California American Indian Day and urge all 
citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

Ill 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 
September 1986, 




Governor of California *' 



ATTEST: » 



Secretary of State 



A772 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED ^ 

la <h» offic* of Km Swrakny of S»jjK 
of tb* State of ColKomia ^g 



By. 




WIG EU, Secrrtafy of StfBK 
Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



HHKREAS. disabled citizens make significant contributions to all 
society and offer special skills to California's workplace; and 



aspects of 



WHEREAS, this special segment of the workforce invariably performs exceedingly 
well, consistently offering high standards of performance to meet the productivity 
expectations of their employers; and 

WHEREAS, disabled workers bring a wealth of diverse experience to the work 
environment and serve as a venerable example to all Californians through their 
strong desire to participate fully in the life and activities of our state; and 

WHEREAS, employment opportunities play an important role in assisting disabled 
Californians in their efforts to remain independent; and 

WHEREAS, the State Employment Development Department, the State Department of 
Rehabilitation and the Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped are 
committed to working in partnership with private industry, the public sector, labor 
and the disabled community in fostering increased awareness of the capabilities of 
people with disabilities through public education and technical assistance; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize and appreciate the vital contribu- 
tions disabled persons make to our workplace and all aspects of society; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. (SORGE DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Employ Disabled Persons Month in California and 
encourage all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

IN WITliESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 22nd day of 
September 1986. 




^■Lh-r v< 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: . 



Secretary of State 



4773 



J^ ■^SXJ'x ^L 



o-K K-»Xo^ ar^A^^ K'Sfll 



i^ s 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



FILED 

!■ itwoMo* of iIm S«cr«tary of 
of «tw StoM of Carrfomla 




EP 2 ? '986 



MARCHfiMG EU, Secrvtwy of Si 
/ Deputy 



WHEREAS, maintaining the health and integrity of the family is important for 
all Californians; and 

WHEREAS, family physicians play a major role in maintaining the health of Cal- 
ifornians by actively encouraging the public to adopt good health practices and 
overcome unhealthy habits; and 

WHEREAS, the dedicated men and women who comprise the family health profession 
are committed to the importance of nutrition, exercise and the prevention of acci- 
dents; and 

WHEREAS, the California Academy of Family Physicians has designated October 
1986 as Family Health Month to emphasize the importance of preventive health prac- 
tices for optimal physical and mental well-being; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate that all Californians recognize and appreciate the 
vital role family physicians play in the maintenance of the health of the citizens 
of the Golden State; 

NOU. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Family Health Month in California and urge all cit- 
izens to practice healthy habits. 

IM 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 
September 1986. 




Governor of California t/ 



iTTBST: 



Secretary of State 



Jk/ 



/ 



4774 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



1 ifiiAi^ uraiS^ I 



f: I C E D 

n m9 offct of In* Svcivtory of Stoto 
of tb* Stati of Collfomki 

SEP 2 4^986 
MARCH FDNG EU, Seastmy of Stat* 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS. California's deserts cover over one quarter of the entire state; and 

WHEREAS, the natural resources of the California Desert are valuable to all 
citizens, providing employment, economic return, scenic beauty, recreational oppor- 
tunity, cultural and historic points of interest, and an abundance of flora and 
fauna unique in the world; and 

WHEREAS, the desert lands are sensitive to uses, easily scarred and slow to 
heal, requiring special management and protection; and 

WHEREAS, the management of desert resources for the benefit of all Califor- 
nians and the use of desert wildlands by millions of visitors each year are too 
often overlooked and unrecognized; and 

WHEREAS, this October marks the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the 
Desert Region of Southern California as the California Desert Conservation Area; 

NOW, THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as California Desert Month in California and encourage 
all citizens to learn more about our vast and diverse desert resources. 

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 
Sefitember 1986. 




SeDtember iy«t). 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: . 

Secretary of State 



4775 



^4^1 l/bX^ K^SJ^IC I 



k^^X^ kToA^ t^iXti^ K'bA^ K-SO^ i^iJU^ K^aS^ K'& 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



f: T i: E D 

h lb* e«C» «f U>e Swretory of Stat* 
of K» SM* of California 

SEP 2 A ■•9^6 
MARCH PONG EU, SecKtary of State 



^'IB^ 



Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the citizens of the State of California have expressed their strong 
desire for safer cars, a cleaner and healthier environment, and the conservation of 
energy resources ; and 

WHEREAS, the proper use of fuels and emissions control equipment contribute to 
better air quality and the efficient operation of vehicles; and 

WHEREAS, routine car maintenance has been shown to be a contributor to auto- 
mobile safety, enhanced fuel economy and reduced car emissions; and 

WHEREAS, autumn is an opportune time to prepare automobiles for winter's haz- 
ardous driving conditions by performing preventive maintenance; and 

WHEREAS, automobile clubs, adult education centers, and other public service 
groups throughout California are assisting motorists in learning about proper car 
care; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Car Care Month 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 23rd day of 
September 1986. 



nor of California ^ 




4776 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I C E D 

h iIm eflc* of <ht Stcratary o» 3tot» 
of Hw IM* of CalKornia 

SEP 2 ■' '9RB 
MMCN PONG EU, Secretify of Stat* 



Deputy 



r 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, although we live in a world of marvelous technological progress, in 
all comers of the earth there are still those who suffer from poverty, sickness, 
loneliness and starvation; and 

WHEREAS, these devastating human tragedies are best met with understanding, 
compassion, love and assistance; and 

WHEREAS, the Lions Club is a group of caring men unified by humanitarian serv- 
ice who work together to bring to the needy and the lonely the help and assistance 
they need to live with grace and dignity; and 

WHEREAS, there are more than 37,000 Lions Club, comprised of over a million 
members who are at work in over 160 nations and geographical territories around the 
globe; and 

WHEREAS, on October 8, 1986 these clubs of the International Association of 
Lions will meet in their home communities to perform a special act of humanitarian 
service symbolizing their unity of purpose; 

HOW, THEREFORE. I, GEORfX DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 8, 1986 as World Lions Service Day in California and en- 
courage all Californians to recognize the outstanding achievements of the Lions 
Club members at work throughout the world. 

IK 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 
September 1986. 







Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



4777 



( i^iJKa-ii >^£jU'x tfcJILs'V K'UU^ xHJKiTx tCo, 



1 tTfrJUi! «feJ^>( wl^^^ ■i*^I'a «'ftJIU-~M K-tJEoii k^SJKISi ifS 



e VtJiU'v ^cJU'M tfgL 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F T C E D 

In Hm oMqv il i9m Stcrttary of stota 
flf Mm SM« ■( ColHomla 

SEP 2 .'i^gSB 
MARCH FONG EU, 8wret»y of Stat* I 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, approximately one in every five people suffer from some form of men- 
tal or emotional disorder and countless others are affected by the presence of men- 
tal illness in the family; and 

WHEREAS. California's five state hospitals serving the nearly 5,000 patients 
with severe mental disorders are staffed by approximately 5,000 compassionate 
health care professionals; and 

WHEREAS, throughout our state, there are numerous county agencies administer- 
ing hundreds of community mental health programs which are helping to establish a 
continuum of care for patients outside state hospitals; and 

WHEREAS, numerous dedicated individuals and organizations have contributed to 
the significant improvement of California's mental health system; and 

WHEREAS, greater public awareness of mental illness will help to reduce the 
stigma and misconceptions associated with this disease, as well as ease the pain 
and suffering of the patients and their families; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5 - 11, 1986 as Mental Illness Awareness Week in California 
and encourage all citizens to take this opportunity to learn more about mental ill- 
ness. 

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 
Sestember 1986. 




September i^oo. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



4778 






EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



F I U E D ^„ 

la iht oMc* of Hm SKTMory of »at* hi 
Of Itw SM* of Collfernta 

SEP 2 -l^gBB 
MARCH F0N6 EU, Sflcretaiy of : 

J Deputy 





EXECUTIVE ORDER D-S8-86 



WHEREAS, the use of illicit drugs has substantially increased in recent years, 
and has serious adverse effects upon both the drug user and those who rely on the 
drug user for support and services; and 

WHEREAS, employees who use illegal drugs, whether on or off duty, are gener- 
ally less productive, less reliable, and prone to greater absenteeism than employ- 
ees who do not use illegal drugs; and 

WHEREAS, the use of illegal drugs has resulted in billions of dollars of lost 
productivity each year, occasioned by the reduced efficiency and increased absen- 
teeism of employees who abuse drugs; and 

WHEREAS, the impact of illegal drug use is felt in both the public and private 
sectors; and 

WHEREAS, the use of illegal drugs by State employees generally is inconsistent 
with the law-abiding behavior expected of all citizens, and with the special trust 
placed in such employees as servants of the public; and 

WHEREAS, the use of illegal drugs, whether on or off duty, by State employees 
impairs the efficiency of State departments and agencies, undermines public confi- 
dence in them, and interferes with the job performance of employees who do not use 
illegal drugs, and thereby increased the cost of government to the taxpayers of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, the use of illegal drugs by State employees in certain positions of 
sensitivity and trust poses a special risk to public safety and the effective 
enforcement of the law; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California, as an employer, has a responsibility to 
taxpayers to insure that state functions are performed efficiently, and without 
undue risk to the people of the state; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California, as an employer, is also concerned with the 
well being of its employees and should encourage the identification and rehabilita- 
tion of employees with drug problems; and 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States, in recognition of the serious 
problem of illegal drug use by federal employees, on September 15, 1986 issued an 
executive order establishing standards and procedures designed to achieve a drug 
free Federal work place; and 

WHEREAS, a need also exists to establish standards and procedures to achieve a 
drug free State work place; 









I si 









^ k'ts^Oli Ift, 



M 




NOW, THEREFORB. I. GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of 
the State of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immedi- 
ately: 

1. The Department of Personnel Administration, in Consultation with the 
State Personnel Board, shall develop policies and guidelines designed to 
achieve a drug-free State work place, while protecting the privacy and 
with due regard for the constitutional rights of State employees. 

2. Such policies and guidelines shall include the following: 

a. Provision for identifying illegal drug users, including a program to 
test for the use of illegal drugs by employees in "sensitive" posi- 
tions. The positions included in the drug testing program shall be 
determined by the Department based on the degree of risk created by 
the unauthorized use of drugs, with due consideration to the nature 
of the agency's mission, the employee's duties, and the danger to 
the public health and safety that could result from the drug related 
impairment of the employee. 



Provision for suspension or removal of employees from 
positions based upon drug use. 



"sensitive" 



c. Provision for treatment of employees with drug problems, including 
counseling and rehabilitation programs, with procedures to protect 
the confidentiality of treatment records. 

d. Provision for confidentiality of test results. 

All State agencies responsible to the Governor are directed, and all 
other public entities are requested, to assist the Department of Person- 
nel Administration in discharging its responsibilities under this order. 

Nothing in this order shall be deemed to abrogate any existing policy or 
directive relating to drug use by state employees, or to affect any 
existing or future state employee disciplinary proceeding. 




4779 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In ttw ««e» of I** SucnMy ct Slot. 
of Ih* StaM of CalKomki 

SEP 2 ^ '986 
IMRCH<H)N6 EU, Sem)^ of State 

' Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEKKAS. California's most valuable resource is our children for whom we must 
provide opportunities to learn and grow; and 

WHEREAS, many of our young people suffer from learning disabilities which 
threaten their most precious right — the right to learn; and 

WHEREAS, children with a specific learning disability exhibit a disorder in 
one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or using 
language, which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, 
speak, read, write, spell or do a mathematical calculation; and 

WHEREAS, each child, adolescent and adult with a learning disability is unique 
and remediation must be comprehensive and multidisciplinary involving the educa- 
tional, psychological and medical needs of the individual; and 

WHEREAS, enhanced public awareness of learning disabilities can help overcome 
misunderstandings and incorrect diagnoses which compound the problems faced by 
those suffering from this disability; and 

WHEREAS, during the month of October, the California Association for Neuro- 
logically Handicapped Children is observing Learning Disabilities Month; 

MOW, THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEORMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Learning Disabilities Month in California and en- 
courage all citizens to increase their knowledge and awareness about learning dis- 
abilities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 




Governor of California (J 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



4780 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FlUED 

in ttw one* ol *>^*frT'?* *^ 
«( Mm SM* at ColHornki 

MARCH |0m Gi,jMflM Of Stat^ 
'^ ' Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



HHEREikS. throughout our nation, drug abuse poses a serious and devastating 
problem which threatens the future of our children; and 

HHERKAS. by educating our children on the devastating consequences of using 
drugs we can help them to overcome peer pressure and steer free of drug use; and 

v ntKHKAS , Pros for Kids is an organization committed tr ensuring a drug-free 
future for our precious youth; and 

HHER8AS. Pros for Kids conducts camps in which professional athletes educate 
kids on the dangers of drug abuse; and 

HHEREAS. on October 29, 1986 Pros for Kids is holding its 3rd Annual Pros for 
Kids Fundraising Dinner; 

NOW. THKRKPORK. I, (X0R6S DEUKMBJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 

hereby proclaim October 29, 1986 as Pros for Kids Day in California and join with 

Pros for Kids and other organizations in our continued efforts to put an end to 

this mindless killer which threatens the future of our children and our nation. 



Ill HITMBSS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 




>^J«"^<CX» i ^^t M, '^ rt_^- - - . f ^ 



-r- 



Governor of California 



T^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



4781 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

In th# offiCA Of t™ S«cr*tory Of SNt» 
«i Hm Skim of California 

SFP2 ^ '98n 
MARCH leNGmSacfetaty of State 

By ^//^ 

Deputy 





A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



W hkkKAS . througtiout our vibrant history, American workers have earned respect 
and appreciation for their exceptional craftsmanship; and 

kUBKEAS. that same commitment to quality and excellence is still found today 
in American manufacturing, technology, and service industries; and 

w h k k K A S. the American Society for Quality Control has continually provided 
leadership and guidance in the application of quality control since 1946; and 

HHKRBAS, the President of the United States has proclaimed October as Quality 
Control Month in the United States; and 

hukkEAS. during the month of October, the California chapter of the American 
Society for Quality Control will sponsor distinctive programs to encourage all cit- 
izens to dedicate themselves to producing quality products and services; 

MOW, THEREFORE. I. (XORGS DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 1986 as Quality Control Month 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 25th day of 
September 1986. 




i-C<« ^^jjMAj^^K.'s^.jsjuyS'tL. 



Governor of California 



r 



Secretary of State I 



4782 



FILED 

In rtw oAn of itM Swratory of SM« 
of Km SM* of Californta 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ^^J^^ 



SEP2 •". '98R 
EU, SecnMy of stall 



T 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



HHEREAS. the threat of destructive fire is ever present throughout the Golden 
State; and 

HHEREAS, each year fire kills over five hundred Californians, and maims and 
scars thousands more; and 

WHKRSAS, fire costs California over one billion dollars annually in destroyed 
property, lost natural resources, closed businesses, lost jobs, medical care for 
burn victims and other related economic and social costs; and 

WHEREAS, most fires are caused by carelessness or lack of awareness and are, 
therefore, preventable: and 

HHEREAS, public fire safety education offers the greatest potential for reduc- 
ing the number of preventable fires and thereby improving the quality of life for 
all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential to increase public attention on the need for constant 
vigilance against the ever present threat of fire; 

MOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5-11, 1986 as Fire Prevention Week and urge all Califor- 
nians to make fire prevention a regular habit. 

IM WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 





T- 

Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



4783 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



to Hw offie* ofltM S«r««o«y rf Stot. 
of Mw SKM of Califernia 

SEP 2 r. '986 
EU, SecraMy ¥ State 




By 



£-Lc<^ 



Deputy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor oi the State of California 



WHEREAS, the Golden State has a colorful history in which all Californians can 
take great pride; and 

WHEREAS, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo contributed signficantly to our state's his- 
tory and development by commanding a sea voyage up the west coast of North America; 
and 

WHEREAS. Cabrillo, a native of Portugal in the service of the Spanish monarch, 
led the voyage north, claiming for Spain numerous points in California. including 
the San Diego Bay. Santa Catalina Island. Point Reyes and Monterey Bay; and 

WHEREAS, September 28, marks the anniversary of Cabrillo 's first sail into the 
San Diego Bay; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should recognize and appreciate the many contribu- 
tions made by this heroic explorer; 

HOW, THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim September 28, 1986 as Cabrillo Day in California and urge all citi- 
zens to join in appropriate observances. 

M WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 



.TTBST: 




y <M-* *C^-' XJu»<a<^»^<x»«»<«»*Iii. 



Governor of California 



<M^^ 



Secretary of State ' 



4784 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FILED 

«« itM •■(• af *• SacnMfy«f 3M» 

'^EP2 9 '996 
MARCH fONG EU, Secretxy of State 

Depwiy 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, COSPAS/SARSAT is an international partnership between the Soviet 
Union, Canada, France, and the United States, dedicated to saving lives by way of 
the rapid detection and precise location of a distress signal by an orbiting satel- 
lite; and 

WHEREAS, California is a major participant in the international humanitarian 
effort to save lives in emergency situations both at sea and in the air through the 
COSPAS/SARSAT program; and 

WHEREAS, an excessive number of non-distress alarms jeopardize the health and 
safety of emergency responders, the lives of victims in actual emergencies, and 
detract from the effectiveness of the international search and rescue systan while 
causing a needless expenditure of government funds; and 



WHEREAS, aircraft pilots and boat operators can reduce the numbers 
distress signals through increased education and renewed awareness; and 



of 



WHEREAS, the Governor's Office of Emergency Services, in conjunction with 
various federal agencies, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the 
California Wing of the Civil Air Patrol, the California Division of Aeronautics, 
local search and rescue organizations and units have agreed to participate in a 
concerted effort to promote public awareness of the false alarm problem; and 

WHEREAS, it is vitally important that the skies above and the water surround- 
ing California be safe for the common and commercial use of its citizens in the 
ensuing decades; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, GEORCT DEDKMBJIAM. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the year 1987 as the Year of Air and Maritime Safety and urge avia- 
tors, boaters, ind all citizens to learn and practice proper procedures in the use 
and handling of aircraft and boat electronic distress signaling equipment in an 
effort £o ^l^yjiate the danger and wastefulness resulting from false alarms. 

IH WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 





'r- 



Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



$MA(JiA h/^J^ 



Secretary of Stat 




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lEPARTMENT 
MIFORNIA 



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FILED ii 

MARCH F0N6 EU, V*X*»i 0» 8t«t» 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 

WHEREAS. COSPAS/SARSAT is an international partnership between the Soviet 
Union, Canada. France, and the United States, dedicated to saving lives by way of 
the rapid detection and precise location of a distress signal by an orbiting satel- 
lite; and 

WHEREAS. California is a major participant in the international humanitarian 
effort to save lives in emergency situations both at sea and in the air through the 
COSPAS/SARSAT program; and 

WHEREAS, an excessive number of non-distress alarms jeopardize the health and 
safety of emergency responders, the lives of victims in actual emergencies, and 
detract from the effectiveness of the international search and rescue system while 
causing a needless expenditure of government funds; and 



WHEREAS, aircraft pilots and boat operators can reduce the numbers 
distress signals through increased education and renewed awareness; and 



of non- 



WHEREAS. the Governor's Office of Emergency Services, in conjunction with 
various federal agencies, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the 
California Wing of the Civil Air Patrol, the California Division of Aeronautics, 
local search and rescue organizations and units have agreed to participate in a 
concerted effort to promote public awareness of the false alarm problem; and 

WHEREAS, it is vitally important that the skies above and the water surround- 
ing California be safe for the common and commercial use of its citizens in the 
ensuing decades; 

HOW, THEREFORE, I, GBOR(X DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the year 1987 as the year of air and maritime safety and urge avia- 
tors, boaters, and all citizens to learn and practice proper procedures in the use 
and handling of aircraft and boat electronic distress signaling equipment in an 
effort to eliminate the danger and wastefulness resulting from false alarms. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 




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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 

WHEREAS. COSPAS/SARSAT is an international partnership between the Soviet 
Union, Canada. France, and the United States, dedicated to saving lives by way of 
the rapid detection and precise location of a distress signal by an orbiting satel- 
lite; and 

WHEREAS. California is a major participant in the international humanitarian 
effort to save lives in emergency situations both at sea and in the air through the 
COSPAS/SARSAT program; and 

WHEREAS, an excessive number of non-distress alarms jeopardize the health and 
safety of emergency responders. the lives of victims in actual emergencies, and 
detract from the effectiveness of the international search and rescue system while 
causing a needless expenditure of government funds; and 



WHEREAS, aircraft pilots and boat operators can reduce the numbers 
distress signals through increased education and renewed awareness; and 



of non- 



WhhhKAS. the Governor's Office of Emergency Services, in conjunction with 
various federal agencies, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the 
California Wing of the Civil Air Patrol, the California Division of Aeronautics, 
local search and rescue organizations and units have agreed to participate in a 
concerted effort to promote public awareness of the false alarm problem; and 

WHEREAS, it is vitally important that the skies above and the water surround- 
ing California be safe for the common and commercial use of its citizens in the 
ensuing decades; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim the year 1987 as the year of air and maritime safety and urge avia- 
tors, boaters, and all citizens to learn and practice proper procedures in the use 
and handling of aircraft and boat electronic distress signaling equipment in an 
effort to eliminate the danger and wastefulness resulting from false alarms. 

IH WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 25th day of 
September 1986. 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 






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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS, dental hyglenists. as licensed oral health professionals, have been 
actively involved in promoting oral health and preventing oral disease for more 
than 70 years; and 

WHEREAS, dental hygienists, as preventive specialists, contribute to the 
dental health of California residents and provide an essential service for their 
total health care; and 

WHEREAS, dental hygienists voluntarily donate time and effort to provide 
dental education and preventive dental care services to the elderly, the disabled, 
the underprivileged, and the children of our state; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to recognize the valuable and professional health 
care provided by our state's dental hygienists; and 

WHEREAS, dental hygienists throughout California are observing 
October 5 - 11. 1986 as Dental Hygienists Week; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. CSORGR DEUR3(EJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5 - 11, 1986 as Dental Hygienist Week in California and 
encourage all citizens to learn more about the practice of dental hygiene. 

Ill WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 26th day of 
September 1986. 





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Secretary of State / 



4786 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, during February 1986, California suffered severe winds and rainstorms 
which resulted in 13 deaths, 67 injuries, and more that $375 million in property 
damage; and 

WHEREAS, another severe series of storms this year could adversely affect the 
entire state; and 

WHEREAS, those people living in floodplains have historically been exposed to 
the severity of flood waters which are known to be devastating to both life and 
property; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians should take reasonable precautions during winter to 
protect themselves from loss of life and property, and reduce the effects of winter 
on our energy, resources and economy; and 

WHEREAS, under the coordination of the State Office of Emergency Services and 
the California Department of Water Resources, a number of local, state, federal and 
volunteer agencies are observing Winter Storm Preparedness Week to educate the pub- 
lic on this important issue; 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAR, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim November 17-22, 1986, as Winter Storm Preparedness Week in 
California and urge all Californians to "Be Winter Wise." 

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 
September 1986. 





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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of CaHfornia 



WHEREAS, in recent years, California has become the largest producer of pista- 
chios in the United States and the second in world production; and 

WHEREAS, there are over 400 pistachio growers in our state who are responsible 
for the production of 50 million pounds of pistachios each year; and 

WHEREAS, the California Pistachio Commission was formed in 1980 by the State 
Legislature and became operative in 1981 following an immensely favorable industry 
vote; and 

WHEREAS, the Commission is a self-help industry program totally funded by pis- 
tachio growers in an effort to establish and expand both domestic and foreign mar- 
kets for California pistachios; and 

WHEREAS, it is important to recognize California pistachio growers for their 
many contributions to our state's economy and food supply; and 

WHEREAS, the month of October is the time of harvest for California's pista- 
chio growers: 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 5 - 11. 1986 as California Pistachio 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 29th day of 
September 1986. 




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Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the Stat" of California 



W h k k K A S, our state's children are our most valuable resource; and 

VHKRKAS. environment can play a critical role in shaping a child's development 
and perception of the world; and 

WHEREAS, children spend an average of 4 hours of each day watching television 
and will have spent almost 15,000 hours watching television by the time they finish 
high school; and 

WHEREAS, television has the power to promote and reinforce the social values 
parents try to teach their children regarding health and safety; and 

WHEREAS, families and community organizations throughout the state should work 
with broadcasters in helping parents and children take advantage of television's 
potential as an educational learning device; and 

WHEREAS, greater awareness must be achieved regarding how television can be 
effectively utilized and further developed to enhance the education of children; 

HOW, THEREFORE. I, CTORGB DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 12-18, 1986 as Children's Television Awareness Week in 
California and urge all citizens to join in appropriate observances. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 29th day of 
September 1986. 







4789 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



*^fONeEUSecfBt»y Of state 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



By virtue of the authority vested in the Office of the Governor by the federal Tax 
Reform Act of 1986 (H.R. 3838, 99th Congress) (the "Act"), I, George Deukmejian, as 
Governor of the State of California, hereby proclaim as follows: 

1. Unless the context otherwise requires, the terms defined in this section 
shall for all purposes of this proclamation have the following meanings: 



(a) 
(b) 
(c) 

(d) 

(e) 
(f) 



"Committee" means the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee 
established pursuant to Section 3 of this proclamation. 

"Code" means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended from 
time to time. 

"Issuer" means any local agency or state agency authorized by the 
Constitution or laws of the State to issue Private Activity 
Bonds. 

"Local Agency" means any political subdivision of the State with- 
in the meaning of Section 103 of the Code, or any entity that has 
the power to issue Private Activity Bonds "on behalf of" any such 
political subdivision. 

"MBAC" means the Mortgage Bond Allocation Committee created by 
Section 50185 of the Health and Safety Code. 

"Private Activity Bond" means a part or all of any bond (or other 
instrument) required to obtain a portion of the State's voltime 
cap pursuant to Section 1A6 of the Code in order to be tax- 
exempt, including generally the following (as such bonds are 
defined in the Code) : 

(i) exempt facility bonds (except bonds for airports, docks and 
wharves, and certain solid waste facilities), 

(ii) qualified mortgage bonds, 

(iii) qualified small issue bonds, 

(iv) qualified student loan bonds, 

(v) qualified redevelopment bonds, and 

(vi) the nonqualified amount of an issue of governmental bonds 
(including advance refundings) exceeding $15,000,000, as 
provided in Section 141(b)(5) of the Code. 






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(g) 

(h) 
(i) 



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"Private Activity Bond Limit" means any portion of the State 
Ceiling allocated or transferred to a State Agency or Local 
Agency pursuant to this proclamation. 

"State" means the State of California. 

"State Agency" means the State and all State entities, including 
joint powers authorities of which the State or Agency or instru- 
mentality thereof is a member, empowered to issue Private Activ- 
ity Bonds, the interest on which is exempt from income tax under 
Section 103(a) of the Code, including nonprofit corporations de- 
scribed in Section 150(d) of the Code authorized to issue student 
loan bonds. 




(J) 



"State Ceiling" shall be the amount specified by Section 
of the Code for each calendar year commencing in 1986. 



lA6(d) 



Pursuant to Section lA6(e) of the Code, this proclamation shall govern 
the allocation of the State Ceiling among the State and Local Agencies in 
this state having authority to issue Private Activity Bonds. Any portion 
of the State Ceiling allocated or transferred by or under the authority 
of this proclamation shall become the Private Activity Bond Limit for the 
issuer to which such portion is allocated or transferred for any Private 
Activity Bonds issued by such issuer. 



(a) 



The Committee is hereby 
Treasurer, who shall be the 
the Governor, or in the 
Finance, any of whom may ac 
the State Treasurer shall 
and support staff which is 
which shall be funded from 
Committee. Members of the 
sation. The Chairman shall 
other records and documents 



established, consisting of the State 
Chairman, the State Controller and 
Governor's absence the Director of 
t through a designee. The office of 
provide any administrative assistance 
needed for the Committee to operate, 
the budget act appropriation for the 
Committee shall serve without compen- 
keep or cause to be kept minutes and 
of the Committee. 



(b) 



(«) 



Two members of the Committee shall constitute a quorum. The af- 
firmative vote of two members of the Committee shall be necessary 
for any action taken by the Committee; provided, however, that 
the Committee may by unanimous vote delegate to its Chairman the 
authority to carry out any acts empowered to it under this proc- 
lamation. 

The Committee shall as soon as is practicable after the date of 
this proclamation and thereafter after the start of each calendar 
year, determine and announce the State Ceiling for the calendar 
year. 



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(b) The entire State Ceiling for each calendar year is hereby allo- 
cated to the Committee to further allocate to state and local 
agencies as provided herein. There shall not be included in the 
amount of the State Ceiling allocated to the Committee for 1986 
any amount which represents Private Activity Bonds issued after 
August 15, 1986 and prior to the date of this proclamation, and 
which are required by the Code to count against the State Ceiling 
for 1986. 

(c) The Committee shall prepare application forms and announce proce- 
dures for receipt and review of applications from State and Local 
Agencies desiring to issue Private Activity Bonds. 

(d) The Committee may at any time, before or after granting any allo- 
cations in any calendar year to any State Agencies or Local Agen- 
cies, announce priorities or reservations of any part of the 
State Ceiling not theretofore allocated either for certain cat- 
egories of bonds or categories of issuers. 

(e) The Committee may require any issuer making an application to the 
Committee or MBAC for allocation of a portion of the State Ceil- 
ing to make a deposit to the State of up to one percent (1%) of 
such portion requested. If an allocation is not given, such de- 
posit shall be returned. If an allocation is given, the deposit 
shall be kept (in proportion to the amount of allocation given) 
until bonds are issued. Upon such issuance, the deposit shall be 
returned to the issuer in an amount equal to the product of (i) 
the amount of the deposit retained times (ii) the ratio between 
the amount of bonds issued divided by the amount of allocation 
granted. If no bonds are issued prior to the expiration of the 
allocation, the deposit shall be kept, unless the Committee 
determines there is good cause to return all or part of the 
deposit. 

(f) The Committee may transfer part of the State Ceiling to the MBAC, 
to be used for qualified mortgage bonds and exempt facility bonds 
for qualified residential rental projects (together referred to 
as "housing bonds"), with directions and conditions pursuant to 
which MBAC may allocate such amounts to issuers of "housing 
bonds" at both the State and local level. In carrying out such 
function, MBAC shall act solely as directed or authorized by the 
Committee, to the full extent such delegation is based upon the 
powers granted to the Governor under the Act. If the Committee 
makes the transfer to MBAC authorized by this subsection (f), the 
references in Sections 5, 6(a), 7 and 8 to the "Committee" shall, 
for purposes of any "housing bonds," be deemed to mean MBAC. 








(b) 



(c) 



(d) 



Each State Agency shall apply to the Committee for allocation of 
a portion of the State Ceiling, supplying such information as the 
Committee may require. Such application may be for a specific 
project, or it may be for a designated dollar amount, to be uti- 
lized for projects or programs at the discretion of the State 
Agency. No Private Activity Bonds issued by any State Agency 
shall be deemed to receive the benefit of any portion of the 
State Ceiling unless the Committee has allocated or permitted the 
transfer of a portion of the State Ceiling to the State Agency. 
Such allocation may be on such terms and conditions as the Com- 
mittee may determine. 

Any Local Agency may apply to the Committee for an allocation of 
a portion of the State Ceiling, supplying such information as the 
Committee may require. Applications from Local Agencies may only 
be for specific projects or programs. No Private Activity Bond 
issued by any Local Agency shall be deemed to receive the benefit 
of any portion of the State Ceiling unless the Committee has 
allocated or permitted the transfer of a portion of the State 
Ceiling to such Local Agency. Such allocation may be upon such 
terms and conditions as the Committee may determine. 

Any allocation made pursuant to this section shall be irrevocable 
upon issuance of bonds pursuant thereto at least to the ext .it of 
the amount of such bonds so issued. Any allocation shall not 
permit the State Agency or Local Agency receiving same to use all 
or any portion of it for a carryforward pursuant to Section 
146(f) of the Code unless the Committee expressly allows use of 
the allocation for a carryforward. 

No allocation made to a State Agency or a Local Agency pursuant 
to this section may be transferred by the initial recipient 
thereof to any other State Agency or Local Agency unless the Com- 
mittee expressly permits such transfer. With the Committee's 
permission, any State or Local Agency may. by resolution, trans- 
fer to any other Local Agency or to any State Agency or back to 
the Committee all or any portion of such Agency's Private Activ- 
ity Bond Limit. Any such transfer shall be made in writing and 
may be general or limited and subject to such terms and condi- 
tions as may be set forth in said resolution or under the Commit- 
tee's permission; provided that any such transfer shall be irrev- 
ocable upon issuance of bonds pursuant to such transfer at least 
to the extent of the amount of such bonds so issued. Each trans- 
feree shall maintain a written record of the transfer in its 
records for at least the term of all Private Activity Bonds is- 
sued pursuant to such transfer. No transfer may be made pursuant 
to this section in return for any payment of cash, property or 
other marketable thing of value. 



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(a) Subject to any limitations on transferred Private Activity Bond 
Limit as may be provided in Section 5(d), any State Agency or 
Local Agency may utilize its Private Activity Bond Limit (i) for 
the issuance of Private Activity Bonds, (ii) if permitted by the 
Committee, to make a carryforward election pursuant to Section 
lA6(f) of the Code, or (iii) if permitted by the Committee, to 
make a transfer to any State Agency, Local Agency, or the Commit- 
tee. 

(b) Prior to issuing any Private Activity Bonds, the Issuer shall, in 
the bond resolution or other similar action giving approval for 
the issuance of bonds, specifically designate to such bond issue 
a portion of the Private Activity Bond Limit available or ex- 
pected to be available to such Issuer. Any such designation 
shall be irrevocable upon the issuance of such bonds to the ex- 
tent of the amount thereof. 

(c) Each State Agency and Local Agency shall notify the Committee in 
writing within 15 days after (i) the issuance of any Private 
Activity Bonds, (ii) any action taken pursuant to Section 5(d) to 
transfer any portion of its Private Activity Bond Limit, or (iii) 
any election to treat all or any portion of such State or Local 
Agency's Private Activity Bond Limit as a carryforward pursuant 
to Section lA6(f) of the Code. The Committee (or upon its termi- 
nation, the State Treasurer) shall keep such notices in its 
records for a period no less than the term of all Private Activ- 
ity Bonds issued pursuant to such notices. 

(d) Any State Agency or Local Agency which has issued any Private 
Activity Bonds between August 15, 1986 and the date hereof shall 
notify the Committee of such issuance within fifteen (15) days of 
the date of this proclamation. 

The Committee may request Local Agencies and State Agencies to provide 
the Committee with information pertaining to the amount and purpose of 
anticipated future Private Activity Bond issues, or any other information 
which may be held useful to the Committee in performing its duties and 
responsibilities hereunder. 

The Committee may transfer any Private Activity Bond Limit directly to 
any joint powers authority created pursuant to Government Code Section 
6500 et seq. This section is specifically intended to be an expressed 
statement of an alternative allocation as provided in Temporary Treasury 
Relations Section 1.103(n)-3T, A-14 and A-15, to the extent such Regula- 
tions, or any successor thereto or similar regulations, shall be appli- 
cable to Private Activity Bonds. 




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Notwithstanding any other provision of the proclamation, the Committee 
may, upon such terms and conditions as it shall determine, authorize the 
use of a portion of the State Ceiling, as contemplated by Section 146 (n) 
of the Code, in connection with the issuance by any State or Local Agency 
of Mortgage Credit Certificates under a Qualified Mortgage Credit Certif- 
icate Program, as those terms are defined in Section 25(c) of the Code. 

This proclamation is intended to provide a full, fair, flexible and work- 
able means of utilizing the State Ceiling available under the Code, and 
it shall be liberally construed and implemented to achieve such purposes. 

This proclamation shall terminate on the earliest of the following dates: 

(i) January 1, 1988, 

(ii) 



(iii) 



the effective date of any bill enacted by the Legislature govern- 
ing the method for making allocations of the State Ceiling, or 

January 1, 1987, if the Act is not signed into law by the Presi- 
dent prior to that date. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be affixed 
this 30th day of September 1986. 



Governor of Cali 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State / 



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PROCLAMATIOM 

OF A 

STATE OF BMERGENCT 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, find that condi- 
tions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property exist within the City 
of Cerritos, State of California, on August 31, 1986, as a result of a mid-air col- 
lision between two airplanes which then crashed into homes located in the City of 
Cerritos. 

Because of the magnitude of this disaster which resulted in 82 deaths and 
injury of two other persons, and which also destroyed ten homes and damaged eight 
others, I therefore proclaim a State of Emergency to have existed in the City of 
- sacn Cerritos, County of Los Angeles and implement the California Peacetime Emergency 
Plan in order to secure property tax relief as described in Section 2(a) and (b) of 
Article XIIIA of the Constitution of the State of California and other assistance 
which may be deemed appropriate for the residents of the affected area within the 
City of Cerritos. 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publ ity 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 this 30th day of 
September 1986. 





Govern 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State / 



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4791 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 




SEP 3 0t9B6 

MARCHfONG^U,SecreW»rt state 
Deputy 



A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 

WHEREAS, the National Guard is the oldest military force in the nation origi- 
nating in the early colonial days on October 7, 1636 with the formation of the Old 
North Regiment of the Massachusetts Colonial Militia; and 

WHEREAS, for the past 350 years, the men and women of the National Guard have 
continually demonstrated their dedication and patriotism by participating in every 
conflict involving the United States during which more that four million National 
Guard members joined forces with Active Military units to defend the principles of 
this nation; and 



WHEREAS, in addition to their federal mission, the National Guard has a 
state mission making it unique among all armed services; and 



dual 



WHEREAS, the state mission of the National Guard is to provide trained person- 
nel and equipment to the citizens of California for protection of life and prop- 
erty, as well as preserving peace, order, and public safety in times of natural 
disasters; and 

WHEREAS, since 1965, the California National Guard has been called out for 
state emergencies 900 times, in support of the citizens of California during forest 
fires, floods and search and rescue missions; and 

WHEREAS, during the floods in February of this year, 700 men and women of the 
California National Guard were called from their homes, families, and business to 
assist communities of Northern California; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting and proper that on October 7, 1986, the birthday of the 
National Guard, that all Califomians pay tribute to those who presently serve as 
members of the California National Guard, as well as to the many retired members of 
the California National Guard who contributed a lifetime of dedicated service; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEDKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 7, 1986 as National Guard Day in California and commend all 
guardsmen a^ ^ev celebrate the 350th birthday of the National Guard. 

IM 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 
September 1986. 






Governor of California 
TEST: / 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



4792 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, since the war on cancer was declared and passage of the National 
Cancer Act of 1971, health institutions nationwide have been researching the 
causes, detection and treatment of cancer; and 

WHEREAS, the tumor registrar is an essential member of the health care team 
involved in this effort; and 

WHEREAS, tumor registrars work closely with physicians, hospital administra- 
tors and health care planners to maintain ongoing records of the cancer patient's 
history, diagnosis, therapy and outcome; and 

WHEREAS, the data collected and maintained in the tumor registry serves as a 
valuable source for researchers interested in the causes, diagnosis, and treatment 
of cancer; and 

WHEREAS, the Tumor Registrars Association of California is a non-profit or- 
ganization formed in 1973 and is committed to assisting cancer patients and promot- 
ing research; and 

WEffiREAS, it is important to recognize and appreciate the vital contributions 
this organization makes to the health care needs of all Californians; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I. GEORGE DEOKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 6 - 12, 1986 as Tumor Registry 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 30th day of 
September 1986. 

Governor of California (J 




4793 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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MARM FONG EU, Secretary 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, the town of Allensworth was founded in 1908 by Colonel Allen 
Allensworth and William A. Payne to fulfill the dream of a community where Black 
people could live and work in dignity; and 

WHEREAS. Allensworth located near a depot on the Santa Fe Railroad line con- 
necting Los Angeles and San Francisco was chosen for its fertile soil and reason- 
able land costs; and 

WHEREAS, many Black men and women migrated with their families to this new 
town and formed the Allensworth Progressive Association to lead the community 
through its critical early years; and 

WHEREAS, agriculture, the basic economy of Allensworth, was dependent upon 
scarce irrigation waters; and 

WHEREAS, the agricultural efforts dwindled due to inadequate irrigation water 
forcing many citizens to seek their livelihood elsewhere; and 

WHEREAS, the personnel demands of World War 11 and the 1966 discovery of ar- 
senic in the drinking water further damaged the hopes of the township; and 

WHEREAS, in 1976, Allensworth was officially approved as Colonel Allensworth 
State Historical Park and will long remain a special memorial of California's Black 
heritage; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby commend the hardworking men and women involved in the development of the 
Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park and extend my best wishes to all those 
joining ^ ^h^ celebration of its 10th anniversary on October 18, 1986. 

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 
September 1986. 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: / 



Secretary of State 



4794 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



By-: 




A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of California 



WHEREAS, there are over 60,000 professional and volunteer fire fighters in the 
State of California; and 

WHEREAS, California's fire fighters have given their lives and risked injury 
to preserve the lives of others and protect property throughout our state; and 

WHEREAS, the contributions and sacrifices of such valiant fire fighters often 
go unreported and are frequently not afforded adequate recognition; and 

WHEREAS. this year marks the 115th anniversary of the "Great Chicago Fire", 
which remains a lasting testament to the potential of fire devastation; and 

WHEREAS, it is important to recognize and honor our fire fighters for their 
vital contributions on behalf of the safety of our citizens and their property, as 
well as their gallant efforts to combat fires; 

NOW. THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN. Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 8, 1986 as California Fire Fighters 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 1st day of 
October 1986. 



ATTEST: 





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Governor of California 



Secretary of State / 




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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State ot California 



WHEREAS. Leif Erikson was the son of Eric the Red, the Norse chieftain from 
Iceland who discovered and colonized Greenland in the late tenth century: and 

WHEREAS, according to two Icelandic sagas. Leif Erikson spent his youth in 
Greenland and travelled to Norway as a young adult; and 

WHEREAS, in Norway he was converted to Christianity and was ordered by King 
01 af to carry the faith back to his pagan homeland; and 

WHEREAS, according to the most widely accepted saga. Leif Erikson was blown 
off his course and landed in a "place where wild grapes and self-sown wheat grew"; 
and 

WHEREAS. through the years, historians have speculated endlessly about this 
majestic site and the scantly evidence suggests Newfoundland, Nova Scotia or Cape 
Cod; and 

WHEREAS, in carrying European culture to the new world. Leif Erikson enhanced 
that culture when his adventures gave rise to the great medieval sagas, some of the 
finest literature of their period; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate for all Californians to join with our state's 
Norwegian-Americans in celebrating the powerful fascination of this early explorer 
and his highly regarded discovery of North America; 

HOW, THEREFORE, I. GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim October 9. 1986 as Leif Erikson Day in California. 

m 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 
October 1986. 




Governor of California /J 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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A PROCLAMATION 
by the Governor of the State of CaUfornia 



WHEREAS, proper nutrition is a vitally important component of health care; and 

WHEREAS, hospital food service employees work in concert wit