The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 10
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10 WEST COflST OX THEATRES PARADE Now! Doors Open 6:45 AND- Chicago Bear Star Called to Sea Duty CHICAC.O, sept. ?fi. <.?)—The Chic.'iKO Hears will have In get alnng without Ihn services fif Sid Luc k- nian, their star (|u;ii-terbai k. in their next five games ;i [ least. Luckman, iin cu.-ign in tin 1 met- chant marine, last week was permitted by hi" commanding officer to play with til" Bears until he was called In sea duly; HP played Sunday :>•-• thp Hears lost to C.reen Hay, Mini nnw lip expocls In go nn sea duty immediately. HP may lip back in tinip for the X(ivornl)Pr u return game with i ho Packsrs. In thp Interim HIP Hoars will play fine exhibition and four league contents. ? I 13 th 51 LAST TIMES TONIGHT SINATRA in STEP UVHY PLUS— .F WOMAN Starts Tomorrow Night THE STORY OF A TIMID GHOST! Ch B rl«, LAUGHTON Robert YOUNG Margar*t O'BRIEN with William Gargan PLUS— BOB CROSBY RIVER/P Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday JAM SESSION' 'ARVIN Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday •r ^-rrrtfil] r; HOME IN INDIANA Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday THE EVE OF ST. MARK ANNE BAXItR WIUIAM fYIH( MKH/lfl 0 SHEA "They Live In Fear" U LI HORN IA ld08 Chester Phone 2-9321 LAST DAY "LOST HORIZON" "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" OPENS TOMORROW John Oarfield "BETWEEN TWO WORLDS" CO-HITI "GILDERSLEEVE'S GHOST" LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home 'J'tu> llnmr nl dualllj. Stylr and lira nl r In Furniture 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 Show Starts Daily at 12 Noon LAST DAY John Wayne "In Old Oklahoma." George Sanders "A Date With The Falcon" • Tomorrow Dick Powell "IT HAPPENED TOMORROW" Tyrone Power "The Black Swan" Open Daily at 12 Noon Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday ANNE BAXTER, THOS. MITCHELL In "The Sullivans" TIM HOLT in "Sagebrush Law" ANGELS AGAINST SEALS IN FINALS TXiS A.V.KLKS, Sept. 2«. (,-P) [t's Los Angeles against .San I'ran- i cisco in HIP finals of the Pacific i Coast League baseball playoffs oppn- ! ing at Seal Stadium In thp northern ', city tomorrow night, j TtiP Angels, winners iif t be rcgu- ! lar 1II-H coast league pennant. hpat ; Purtland, " to '.'. with a ninth-inning' run last night, bagging tlioir scries. 1 era MIPS to I 1 . ' Thp San P'rancisco Seals previously reached the finals by defeating Oakland. 1 Barnes to 1. Play for the $."0011 grand prize will coniimip at San Krnnelseo Thursday and Friday evening, after which I IIP el'dis will travel here for Sunday act inn. The spore was knotted at ?•? in Hie last Inning last nicrht when Ceee 'iarriott rapped out a siimle to right that brought in Stan dray as 5:104 fans cheered. Tn the second inning Los Angeles had seored twice on single* by Kdilie Saner. i'Lcgeie f)tern and Tony York and Hill Sarni's infield out. In the next stanza Hie Heavers' Jack O'Xeil hit a two-bagger anrl Harris knocked him home. Portland got anotiier in the seventh when f'lore! 11 lilt a roller, swiped second and scampered home, on a hit to left hy Frank Shone. Hpd Adams was tliP winning pitcher. The loser was Marino Pierpttl. who with L'R wins this season for Portland, is the leaKue's, top i hurlor. World Series Plans Announced Today XKVV YflRK, He|it. L'ti. U'.Pt — I'uitpd Press plans for covering the I'.l-l-l world series and the crucial series which will decide the American league pennant race \\ ore announced today by I.eo H. Ppiorscn, sports editor. I'etersen. himself, will cover (lit' final series at Sportsman Park, where the second pliice St. Louis Hrowns. hut (ling: for their first title, will meet the Xew York Yankees on .September '2.1, 2S, I'll and ',W, He "will stay there to direct coverage of the world series which will open in St. Louis October -I. Oscar Fraley. author of Today's Sports Patrol, will cover the final series in Detroit between the league- leading Tigers and the Washington Senators, also on September 1!7, 'JS, L'll and ltd, and if the Tigers will, will accompany them to St. Louis. SPORTS 9afcrr0fitl& Califomian Tuesday, September 26, 1944 TIIK Itl.ADKS will open their grid season a week from this coming Friday, October fi. when they meet their crosstown rivals, the. AVhites, from Bakei sfielfl High School, who are opening the city's grid play this Friday night against the Ulues, on Griffith Field. Above, center, Don Siddall of the Blades, is throwing n rough shoulder block on his teammate. .Joe Kroeker, guard. These two hoys will see plenty of action in their scheduled till witli the Whites. HOW THEY STAND Dr. Samuel H. Smith invented the coin- controlled automatic Vending Machine Pol patented the Hollow Ground Blado for cooUr, quicker, "Feather Touch" shaving • FIT All MOUUR RAZORS PUFICUY • PACIFIC COAST 1'I.AVOI IS Te;i IK — Sit 11 !•'! a n- iscn I .M.M .\MKOlpH I'nrllniiil I lakliinrl SlIlulH.v'N • . 14-11: Won .. 4 4 K ies). l.ns AiiKi' !CB wins fcpi Tf Lou 1'iii-lllllirl, Oakland, (wins Pot i land, ; (LOB Ange- ca Twlliy necessary (Portland at A.MKKK AN I.KAdl r. Won J.ost Pelrnit ........................... si ti4 St. Lnms ..................... S4 til .Vow York ...................... SI K7 HuHtuii ....................... 71 7< ''|p\'flHnd . .......... ...... 71 77 ChirnKo ..... .................. till 7!) I'lnlnilrli Inn ......... ...... (is sn \\'a.ihinplnn ............ (it S7 •(James ln-hiiuj loader. . 4;, << .41- NPW York, ::Si. I.otiiM. ',', . riiilad'-lphlii. Cleveland, ti ; Bon(on. Dpt (1. 1. . . \\'a.shlnKton. 0. NATIO.VU. I.EAOI K \\nn l.iwl XX HO ii4 t>:i Si. I .mils PiltHliiui:'- I'ui'immti S4 I 'hli-iiKii 71! Now Vork „ »I.'j flo^tun til Brooklyn tin I'll i l:i rl«l|ilui< SS •Guinea lirhind loader. r. t. 1 t 14 KS 89 .4VJ . I1L' .•Id.". . 3 U j Chifapo. "1-4; 1'hlladelphia. ( HI. Louis. 3; liiooklyn, 1. New York. .'!; <"in<-innatl, 2. I'ltlHljlii-Bh. 13-4. Jlnsliin. S-: oinjiltM ion of suppt'nded «; aint. l;t innings). (first Rump me; et-Mind ter buying extra war bonds— News Cartoon Business and Professional GUIDE Phene TOMItOfJMonthly Rates J "El Globo de Cantolla" "Los Dos Pilletes" TREAT YOURSELF TO ME Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiekey BRAND Attend to important war duties! Then, as a simple way of rewarding yourself, treat yourself to this good Kentucky whiskey. Hohemian Distributing <"•<•>. 121 Twenty-Sixth Street, BiiUersficId, Calif. !'!! Proof ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Inciini* I in Srrvlrr, Aiiilit». IvMcmi 311.')-^(1(1 PrufrhKionu. llullillnc ^ Hhonf ll-»8»l__ CHiNESE HERBS T, LIM I1EKI1 M'l.l IA1.I!-I STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Krrumlien tur All Allinrnlb FISKK CONISf ITA'IKtN i'urmei Herb Inxtriirlnr C».,tnn Cnllnte. Clinton C'liln* Twrnty-fourth anil li Slrci'ti. Plmnr ,".-.'.«5 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE Laun<lr> Srrvicr rnriivlird—Thai l« Our Motto—Te;i IHffrrrnt Service anil /»r!i I>r> ( Iciiiiiiit CITIZENS LAUNDRY Slltrrnt* HIM' (I Slr.'eti. I'linnr 8-8IUI IN PERSON FREDDY " MARTIN I and His Sensational Stars of Radio, Screen and Stage! DANCE OF THE YEAR! Thursday, October 5 Union Avenue Ballroom A Gala Thursday, September 28 The World-Famous Screen and Radio Artist IVIE ANDERSON DUKE ELLINGTON'S SINGING STAR and Her Original Recording Trio Coming Here Direct from Hollywood MUSIC BAR SUPPER CLUB Continuous Entertainment Nightly from 8:30 to 1:30 1809 K Street-for Best Seats Call for Reservations-Phone 8-8933 Listen to Miss Anderson's Program Nightly at 9:.'M) Over KERN Tigers, Browns Tie for Pennant Hopes H.v JACK HANI) AHMK lalc-'l I'ICHM Spurts Writer President Will HanidKe had the Ainrrlcuii LoHguo constitution out for an airing toihiy, HtudyiiiK the rules relating to a pennant rare tie as tlie St. Louis Browns again settled down in first place, deadlocked with the Detroit Tigers. The rulehook said a one-game playoff would determine the winner and the site of the tilt should be determined hy the toss of a coin. Both Steve O'Neill and Luke Sewell were said to Lie polishing up two-headed coi ns. President Harridge was expected to make an announcement on the details in the near future as the, possibility iif a deadlock increased. Xelson Potter put I he Brownies back in a tie by stopping Boston, ;!-0, with two hits, singles, in the third inning, ('bet Laabs and Rookie "Babe" Martin from Toledo, who would not he eligible for the world series, if and when, were the hitting stars of the limply triumph. Connie Mack cnntinued to take a hand in the race from a .seventh place position. The As. who belted the Yanks out of the lead 10 days agii. toppled Detroit. l'-l, yesterday on the fniir-hit chucking of lanky Rnss Christopher. Ky thp victory, Philadelphia took an !!-!» seasun series edge over the Pengals. llnl'e tiontry, who went to the hill j when Stubby Ovcrmiro complained j of arm trouble, saw his four-game I win streak smashed. | The Yankees stuck in there, three j games hack, trimming Chicago. 3-1 in 12 innings and 5-4 in regulation distance, behind Hookies Mel Queen I and Walt Dubiel. Cleveland's "Specs" I Kliernan blanked Washington, 6-0, I in the other American League con-I test. i -St. Louis Cardinals scored three j unearned runs to mark up win No. HIJ by a o-l edge over Brooklyn. Luddy Kerr's leadnff homer in the | ninth enabled the Xew York C.iants to top Cincinnati. 8-2. Pittsburgh clung to a big lead for an easy ].'1-S victory over Boston in » "suspended" game from August 1. GARZELLI HOLDS EDGE ON SONNEY ALL THROUGHMEVENT DOZIER WINS FOUR ROUND DECISION OVER ROBERT ROWE IN SEMI-WINDUP BOUT Living up to all of its expectations, the main event last night at Strcllch Stadium was, what is known as, a real thriller-diller. with Tom:ny "D.\ namite'' Garx.elli winning a four- round decision over his outstanding rival, John Sonney. (iarzelli opened the first round with a stream of lefts which were directed for the side of Sonney's face, the leather was thrown fast and furious hut the round was not at all one-sided. Sonney opened up with rights and lefts to the bead and midsection which made it very interesting. Despite the able opposition (jf liis opponent. Gar/.clli took the first round. Sonney came hack fast at the bell of the second round and fought his way to a draw, landing many a good punch to Uar/elli's head. The third and fourth rounds found the contestants sending the gloves fast and hard to each others body without Clar/.elli pause and between Sonney a four-round decision over Robert Howe In the semi-windup bout. Then two boys battled evenly throughout the first round but early in the second Rowe became tired and remained that way until the final bell, which gave Oozier his opportunity for winning the bout. Vox- ier put his 180 pounds behind a few punches which staggered Rowe slightly but he was also on the receiving end of a few haymakers, which came from out of nowhere. The two boys left the ring not on very friendly terms because of Dozier's boxing tactics, which did not meet the approval of Rowe. Jitterbug Ray Harness' shuffle didn't help him out of many tight spots in the special event where he met Alex Carrillo, the boy who really knows how to handle himself, Carrillo took Harness In a four-round bout which gave him the edge all the way. Harness' jitterbug ways blows, but | bad Carrillo stumped at first, but he agreed thta the Old River lad had the slight edge on Sonney. which accounted for the referee's final de- ciittion. announcing (Jarzelli winner. (Jeorge Do/.ier. not quite living up to his k. o. prediction, did all right for himself last night when he won fans alike j soon caught nn to them and with sane boxing he defeated his rival. ' Kverctt llubb knocked out Frank [ So/.a in 1.24 of the second in an | added attraction bout. Pat Martinez i defeated Joe Mendex by n T. K. O. ' in 1.:'..". of the first round in another ' preliminary. Bowling Scores From Top Academy Leagues of City Academy Ladies' .Major—High team. Lockheed Aircraft, 2HM; high individual series, P. .Johnson. SSI; high individual game, Jayne Burrows, 132. Petroleum League—High team, ^l-ohawk Refinery, 25HK; high individual scries. Leo Callahan, 572; high individual game, Pete Goa- luan. 2I13. Service Club T-eague—High team, Cirgonians, 25."i4: high individual series, Ase F.bbutt. 5!)T; high individual game, Larry Heath, 24S. Major League—High team. O'Keefc & .Merrill, -li-."); high individual series. Les Porter, HH2: high individual game, Andy .Machado, 232. Franks Major League—I ligh team. Kern Tiiver Foundry. 2SK1; high individual series, .[''rank Oreenough. 627; high individual game, Frank lireennugh, 220. Ladies' Major—High team, AVoody's Bar, 2142; high individual series. Hazel ,7ackson. 4!IS; high individual game, Kileen Coombs, 201. .Men's Honor Roll Tvarry Heath, 24S; Clair March- Ino, 24(1; Ase Khbutt, 230; Pete Cioaman. .:>:',; Andy Machado, 232. I.allies Honor Koll Kileen Coombs. 201. WRESTLING TOMORROW NIGHT WEDNESDAY ' September 27, 1944 2201 V Strut 8:30 o'Clook Team-Tag Match MAIN EVENT Two Out of Three Falls to • Finish, DANNY McSHAIN ANTONE LEONE Vermin WILD RED BERRY GEORGE WAGNER SEMI-WINDUr Two Out of Three I alls—IB-Minute Time Limit DANDY DAVIS Ver»u» LEO GRABLE PRELIMINARY Two Out of Three Full*—IS-Minute Time Limit JOE FERONA VerMu* JOHNNIE MELAS NEW PRICES; General Admission II Ringside $1.50 Children and Servicemen Full Price Sent* nn Sale Hi HI Tejon and H. O. WrMlm.v Clear Stand, 9011 Raker For Rr«cri-allons Phnno H-liKRI Last Day lo Register September 28 Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices NOTICE TO VOTERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the elector* of the State of California that the following Bond Act will be submitted to the People of the State of California for their ratification at the next general election to be held on the seventh day of November, A.D. 1944. FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of State. FOR THE VETERANS BOND ACT OF 194) Thii act provide* for a bond i»u« of thirty mtlljon dollars (110,000,000) to be used by ih» Veterans' Vclfar* Board ia auitting California war veteran! to acquire firmi nr hornet. 4 AGAINST THE VETERANS BOND ACT OP 194). Thi, act provide! for • bond iuue of thirty million dollar* (» JO.000,000) to be u«ed by th* Veterans' Wclfire Board in (.Muting California war vet- •rtni to acquire farms or hornet. .This proposed law. hy act of the signing, countersigning, or endorsing Legislature passed al Its fifty -fifth ses- saiil bonds Each bond issued under slnn. Is submitted to the people In accordance with the provisions of Section 1 of Article XVI of the Constitution ) PROPOSED 1,AW CHAPTER US An act to add Article 4, comprising Sections 990 to 991.3 inclusive, to Chapter 6 of Division 4 of the Military and Veterans Code, authorising the creation of a debt or debts, liability or liabilities, through the issuance and sale of State bonds, for the single object of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veteran* Farm and Home Purchase Act of W3; creating a Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943; defining the powers and duties 0f said committee and of the Veterans' Welfare Beard and other State officers in respect to the administration of the provisions hereof; providing ways and means, exclusive of loans, for the payment of the interest of such debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as such interest falls due, and also for the payment and discharge of the principal of such debtor debts, liability or liabilities, as such princlpsl matures; appropriating money for the expense of preparing and of advertising the sale of bonds herein authorized to be issued; and providing for the submission of this set to a vote of the people at the general election to be held in the month of November, 1944. [Approved bv Governor Mav IS. 194J. Filed with Secretary of State May 18, 1943 ) The people of the State of California do enact as follows: SUCTION 1. Article 4, comprising Sections 9«n to 991. J, Inclusive, is added to Chapter « of Division 4 of the Military and Veterans Code, to read : Article 4 Veterans Bond Act of 1943 990. This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 194.1 990.1 Kor the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid 'or veterans in accordance with the irovlslons of the Veterans Farm and hlome Purchase Act of 1943. and of all arts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto, the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 created by this arti- :le shall be and It hereby Is authorlxed tnd empowered to create a debt or lebts. liability or liabilities, of the State of California, In the manner and o the extent hereinafter provided, but not otherwise, nor in excess thereof. 990.2 After the Issuance of the >roclamatlon of the Governor announc- ng the ratification of this article, and mmedlately after adoption of any reso- utlon by the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 hereby created, provided For In Section 991.1. the State Treasurer shall prepare the requisite number if suitable bonds of the denomination of me thousand dollars ({1,000) in ac- "ordance with the upecificatiorm -con- alned In such resolution. The aggregate par value of all bonds Issued under his article shall not exceed the sum if thirty million dollars ($30,000,000), ind the bonds Isnued under any such •esolutlon shall bear interest from the ]at<> of Issuance of said bonds to the late of maturity thereof, at a rate to te determined by the said Veterans' finance Committee of 19 411 and upecl- led In such resolution, but In no case exceeding 6 per cent per annum. Both >rlnclpal and Interest shall be. payable n lawful money of the United States, it the office of the State Treasurer, >r at the office of any duly authorized igent of the State Treasurer, and shall >e so payable at the times specified In laid resolution or resolutions All bonds Issued under this article ihall bear the facsimile signature of he Governor and the facsimile counter- Ignature of the Controller and shall be ndorsed by the State Treasurer either >y original signature or by a signature tamp adopted for each particular bond ssued under this article and the bonds hall be signed, countersigned and en- orsed by the officers who Shall be In ifflce on the date of Issuance thereof. ind each of said bonds shall bear an mpress of the Great Seal of the State if California. The bonds so signed, ounterelgned, endorsed and sealed. irhen sold, shall be and constitute a •alld and binding obligation upon the itate of California, although the sale hereof be made at a date or dates upon rhtch the officers having signed, coun- erslgned and endorsed said bonds, or ny or either of said officers, shall have eased to be the Incumbent* of the fflces held by them at the time of thl* article shall contain a clause or clause* stating that Interest shall cease in accrue thereon from and after the date of maturity thereof and referring to this article and to the resolution of the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 hereuntler by virtue of which said hnnd in issued. 9SO .1 The requisite number of suitable interest coupons, appropriately numbered, shall he attached to each bond issued under this article Said Interest coupons shall bear the facsimile signature of the State Treasurer who shall be In office on the date of issuance nf the bond to which said coupons pertain 990 4 All bonds Issued under this article and sold shall he deemed to have been called in at their respective dates of maturity and the State Treasurer Khali, on the respective dates of maturity of said bonds, or as soon thereafter an said matured bonds are surrendered to him. pay the same out of the proceeds of the Controller's warrants drawn In his favor as provided In Section 990 ft and perforate the bond." so paid with a suitable device in a manner to Indicate such payment and the date thereof He shall also, on the aald respective dates of maturity, cancel all bonds bearing said dates of maturity and remaining unsold, by perforation with a suitable device in a manner to Indicate such cancellation and the date thereof The provisions of this section shall he applicable also to the Interest coupons pertaining to the bonds authorized by this article to be Issued, and shall he applicable, as far as practicable, to any duly authorized agent of the State Treasurer 990 5 There Is hereby appropriated from the General Fund In the State treasury such sum annually as will be necessary to pay the principal of and the Interest on the bunds Issued and sold pursuant to the provisions of this article, as said principal and Interest become due and payable There shall be collected annually In the same manner and at the same time as other State revenue Is collected such a sum, in addition to the ordinary revenues of the State, as shall be required to pay the principal and Interest on said bonds as herein provided, and It Is hereby made the duty of all officers charged by law with any duty In regard to the collections of said revenue, to do and perform each and every act which shall be necessary to collect such additional sum On the several dates of maturity of said principal and interest In each fiscal year, there shall be returned Into the General Fund In the State treasury, all of the moneys in the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943, not In excess of the principal of and Interest on :he said bonda then due and payable and, In the event of such moneys so re- urned on said dates of maturity being ess than the aald principal and Interest then due and payable, then the balance remaining unpaid shall be returned Into the General Fund In the State treasury out of said Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 as soon thereafter as It shall become available, together with interest thereon, from such dates of maturity until so returned, at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, com- >ounded semlannually Both principal and Interest of said bonds shall be paid when due upon warrants duly drawn against said appropriation from the General Fund by the Controller of the State In favor of the State Treasurer or In favor of any duly authorized agent of the State Treasurer, upon demands audited by the State Department of Finance, and the moneys to >e returned Into the General Fund In the State treasury pursuant to the provisions of this section shall likewise be paid as herein provided upon warrants duly drawn by the Controller of the itate upon demands duly audited by the State Department of Finance. 990 6 The- sum of thirty-five thousand dollars (135.000) Is hereby appro- >rlated out of any money in the State reasury not otherwise appropriated to >ay the expenses that may be Incurred >y the State Treasurer in having said bonds prepared and In advertising their sale. Said amount shall be refunded to the General Fund In the State treasury out of the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 on Controller's warrant duly drawn for that purpose 990 7. When the bonds authorised to be Issued under this article shall be duly executed, they shall be by the State Treasurer sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. In such parcels and numbers as the said Treasurer shall be directed by the Governor of the State, under seal thereof, after a resolution requesting such sale shall have been adopted by the Veterans' Welfare Board and approved by the Governor of the State, out tn« rrea«ur«r mugi reject any and all bids for said bonds, or for any of them, which shall be below the par value of said bonds so offered plus the Interest which has accrued thereon between the date of pale and th* last preceding Interest maturity date , and with the approval of the Governor, he may from time to Mm*, by public announcement at the placo and lime fixed for the Bale, continue such sale, as to the whole of the bonds offered, or any part thereof offered, l« surh lime and place as he may select Before offering any of said bonds for sale the nald Treasurer shall detach therefrom all coupons which have matured or will mature before the day Axed for such sale 9»o 8 Due notice of the tlm* and R lace of sale of all bonds shall lie given y said Treasurer by publication In one newspaper published In the rity and •,'ounly of San Francisco and also by jiibllratlun In on* newspaper published n the City of Sacramento and by publication In one newspaper published In the City of Los Angeles once a week during four weeks prior to such sale In addition to the notice last above provided for. the Stale Treasurer may give such further notice as he may deem advisable, hut the expense and cost of such additional notice shall not exceed the sum of five hundred dollars (1500) for each sale so advertised The proceeds of the sale of such bonds and such amount as may have been paid as accrued Interest thereon shall he forthwith paid over by said Treasurer Into the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of I94J and must he used exclusively In aiding veterans In the acquisition of, or payments for, farms and homes, In accordance with the provisions of this article and Article S of I his chapter, provided, that [he proceeds from the sale of said ionds may he used to pay the debt created by the Issuance and sale thereof 990 9 The Veteran*' Welfare Board is authorlxed, with the approval of the Slate Department of Finance, to Invest any surplus moneys In the Veterans' Karm and Home Building Fund of 1943 n bonds of the I'nlted States, or of the State of California, or of the several counties or municipalities or other nolltlcal subdivisions of the State of California, and to sell such bonds, or any of them, at the governing market rates, upon approval of the State Department of Finance. or the Veterans' Welfare Board may. with the approval of the Plrector of Finance, Invest moneys In such fund, in Interest-bearing certificates of deposit of State banks laving a paid-up capital of five hundred thousand dollars (1500,000) or more, provided, that the total amount of money so deposited with any one bank shall not exceed a sum equal to 60 per cent of the paid-up capital of such bank , provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall Inhibit or be construed In banks In provisions of an act entitled "An act to authorlie and control the depositing In banks of moneys belonging to or In the custody of the State and to repeal all acts or parts of acts conflicting with this act, approved April 12, 1923, and of any and all acts amendatory thereof or supplemen- :al thereto, of moneys of any of the funds subject to the control of the Vete- •ans' Welfare Board or appropriated for ItB UH1 Interest accruing upon the deposit of moneys of the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 shall be paid Into and credited to said fund. 991 There Is hereby created a Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 composed of the Oovernor, State Controller, State Treasurer, Director of Finance, and chairman of the Veterans' Welfare Board, all of whom shall serve thereon without compensation and a majority of whom shall be empowered to act for said committee. The Attorney General of the State shall be the legal adviser of the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 Upon request of the Veterans' Wei- 'are Board, supported by a statement of lie plans and project* of the Veterans' Welfare Board with respect thereto, the Veterans' Finance Committee of 194J shall determine whether or not a bond saue under this article Is necessary or desirable to carry such plans and projects Into execution. 991 1 Whenever the said Veterans' Finance Committee of 1941 shall have determined that a bond Issue under this article Is necessary or desirable to carry such plans and projects Into execution, t shall adopt a resolution to this effect. The said resolution shall authorlxe and direct the State Treasurer to prepare the requisite number of suitable bonda and shall specify: 1 The aggregate number, aggregate par value, and the date of Issuance of he bonda to be Issued. 2 The date or dates of maturity of the bonda to be Issued and the number and numerical sequence of the bondi maturing at each date of maturity 3 The annual rate of Interest which the bonds to be Issued shall bear 4 The number, numerical sequence, amount or amounta and the dates of maturity of the Interest coupons to be attached to the said bonds. » The technical form and of th* bonda to be Issued and of merest coupons to be attached thereto. In determining the date or dates of maturity of the said bonds and the amount of bonds maturing at each date of maturity, the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 shall be guided by the amounts and dates of maturity of the revenues estimated to accrue to the Veterans' Welfare Board from th* transactions to b* financed by each. Issue, and shall fix and determine said dates and amounts In such manner that, ther with the dates and amounts of payments on th* said bond 1s- provlded further, that specified numbers of bonds of specified numerical sequence shall thereafter mature at annual Intervals, and provided further, that th* bonds last to mature In each Issue shaft mature not later than 45 years from th* date of Issuance thereof The rate of Interest to be borne by the bonds shall be uniform for all the bonds of the same Issue and shall b* determined and fixed by the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 according to the then prevailing market conditions, but shall In no rase exceed 5 per cent per annum, and the determination of said committee as to the rate of Interest shall be conclusive as to the then prevailing market conditions The Interest coupons to be attached to the said bondK shall be payable at semiannual Intervals from the date of Issuance of said bonds. provided, that the Interest coupon first payable may. If the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 shall so determine and specify, be payable one year after the date of Issuance of said bonds 991 2 All actual and necessary expenses of the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 and of the member* thereof Incurred In the performance of their duties arising out of the provisions of this article shall be paid out of the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943, upon approval of th* Stale Board of Control and on Controller's warrant duly drawn for that purpose, and shall constitute expense* of the Veterans' Welfare Board 991.3 The State Controller, th* State Treasurer and the Veterans* F1- nanre Committee of 1943 shall keep full and particular account and record of all their proceedings under this article, and they shall transmit to the Oov. ernor an abstract of all such proceedings thereunder, with an annual report, to be by the Governor laid before the legislature biennially. and all books and papers pertaining to the matter provided for in this article shall at all tim»s be open to the Inspection of any party Interested, or the Governor, or the Attorney General, or a commute* of either branch of the Legislature, or a joint committee of both, or any citizen of the State. I. This act. If adopted by th* people, shall take effect on the fifteenth day of November, 1944, as to all Its provisions except those relating to and necessary for Its submission to th* people, and for returning, canvassing, and proclaiming the votes, and as to said excepted provisions this act shall take effect Immediately Sac 3. This act shall be submitted to the people of the State of California to Inhibit the depositing accordance with the pro 1 :ogethei sue. they "shaii coincide^ as nearly as practicable, with th* dates and amounta I«JIIV*WIV* W1M1 *••» «M» mich Mtlmatcd rav it th« bond* flrtt to ,_ provldtd, th»t th« bond* flrtt to matur* In «aeh MU«. •ball mfttuiv not later than flv« y«ar* from th* fete of laraaao* tlMrwf i pe< «lr for their ratification at the next general election, to be held in the month of November, 1944, and all ballots at Raid election shall have printed thereon and In • square thereof, the words. "For the Veterans Bond Act of 1943," and In the name square under said word* the following In brevier type "Thll act provides for a bond Issue of thirty million dollars < 130,000,000) to be used by the Veterans' Welfare Board In assisting California war veterans to nrquire farms or homen." In the squar* immediately below the square contain* Ing such words, there shall be printed on said ballot the words, "Against th« Veterans Bond Act of 1943," and in- the same square Immediately below said words, "Against the Veterans Bond Act of 1943." In brevier type shall be printed "Thin act provides for a bond issue of thirty million dollars ($30.000.000) to be used by th« Veterans' Welfare Board In assisting California war veterans to acquire farms or homes." Opposite th« words "For the Veterans Bond Act of 194S" and "Against the Veterans Bond Act of 1941." there shall be left space* In which the voters may place a crosa In the manner required by law to IndU , cate whether they vote for or against said act, and those voting for said act fhall do so by placing a cross opposite the words "For the Veterans Bond Act of 1943" and those voting against th« said act shall do so by placing a cross opposite the words "Against the Vet« " prans Bond Act of 1943." Provided, that where the voting of said general election \t done by means of votlnf machines used pursuant to law In sucn manner as to carry out the Intent of this section, such use of such voting machines and the expression of th« voters' choice by means thereof, shall be deemed to comply with the provision* of this section. The Governor of this State shall Include the submission of this act to the people, as aforesaid, In his proclamation calling for said general election. Sec. 6. The votes cast for or against this act shall be counted, returned and canvassed and declared In the »am» manner and subject to the same rule* as votes cast for State officers; and If It appear that said act shall have received a majority of all the vote* cast for and against It at said election a* aforesaid, then the same shall have effect a* hereinbefore provided, and! •hall be Irrepealable until the principal and Interest of the liabilities herein created shall be paid discharged; . and dl _ . and the Governor shall make proclamation thereof; but If a majority Of theJ vote* cast a* aforesaid are against thlaj act then th« same shall b* and become, void. 8*c. 1 It shall be the duty of th* Secretary of State In accordance wltW * law to have this act published In at least one newspaper In each county, or city and county, If one bo published therein, throughout this State, for three month* next " " I loll to D*B !•(..•_ ... <.»-~ „„—.-,.. _ _ _her. 1144, the costs of publication shall be paid out of th* General Fund, on Controller'* warrant* duly drawn for that purpose and shall b* refunded, to the General Fund out of the Veteran*' xt preceding the general elec- held In the month of Novem*" Farm and Home Building he Vetl Fund. Said Aug. 1, I. 15, ::, 29; Sept. S. 12. 19, 26; Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 C refund (ball b* made upon Controller's warrant* duly drawn acaliut said fund for *ald purpoe* upon demand* audited to the State D«n«-rt»»»nt of Finance.^

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