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THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1964 Mt. Adams Sun Page 5 Mrs. Joan Patrick has been I Mrs. Joe Fleck in the peaches helping her parents, Mr. and I the last few days. Bonds For Juvenile Correctional Institution TO BE VOTED UPON NOVEMBER 3, 1964 OFFICE OF VICTOR A. MEYERS, SECRETARY OF STATE, STATE OF WASHINGTOINo To Wtom It May Concern: In obedience to the State Constitution, and the Extraordinary Session of the Thirty-eighth Legislature of the State of Wash- Jngton, there is hereby published for the consideration of the voters of the State of Washington, the following Referendum Bill: REFERENDUM BILL NO. 13 (Chapter 27, Laws Extraordinary Session, 1963) OFFICIAL BALLOT TITLE. BONDS FOR JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AN ACT providing for the issuance and sale of state general obligation bonds up to $4,600,000 to finance construction of a state correctional institution in King County (replacing Luther Burbank and Martha Wash- ington schools) for care, confinement and rehabilita- tion of boys and girls committed by juvenile courts to the custody of the department of institutions; and providing payment of the bonds from unpledged retail sales tax revenue or other means authorized by the legislature. LEGISLATIVE TITLE [SA Bn.,. No. 25] CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION FOR JUVENILES-- BUILDINGS---FINANCING. A AcT relating to the state operated charitable, educational and penal institutions; authorizing'the issuance and sale of state general obligation bonds to provide for needful build- ings for the juvenile correctional institution situated in King County in the vicinity of Echo Lake; providing wayt and means to pay said bonds;..making n appropriation; providing for submission of this act to a vote of the peop Be it enacted by the LegisIatu of the State o .Washingto S.CTION 1. For the purpose of providing needful buildings at the correctional institution for the confinement and rehabili- tation of juveniles situated in King county in the vicinity of Echo Lake which institution was established by the provisions of chapter 183, Laws of 1961 as amended by chapter [165], Laws of 1963 (Senate Bill No. 32), the state finance committee s hereby authorized to issue, at any time prior to January 1, 1970, general obligation bonds of the state of Washington in the sum of four million six hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as shall be required to finance the program above set. forth, to be paid and discharged within twenty years of the date of issuance. The state finance committee is authorized to prescribe the form of such bonds, and the time of sale of all or any portion or portions of such bonds, and the conditions of sale and issuance thereof: Provided, That none of the bonds herein authorized shall be sold for less than the par value thereof, nor shall they bear interest at a rate in excess of four percent per annum. The bonds shall pledge the full faith and credit of the state of Washington and contain an unconditional promise to pay the principal and interest when due. The committee may provide hat the bonds, or any of them, may be called prior to the due date thereof under such terms and conditions as it may deter- mine. The state finance committee may authorize the use of facsimile signatures in the issuance of the bonds. SEC. 2. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds authorized herein, together with all grants, donations, transferred funds and all other moneys which the state finance committee may direct the state treasurer to deposit therein shall be deposited in the juvenile correctional institution building construction account hereby created in the state general fund. Szc. 3. The sum of four million six hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated from the juvenile correctional institution building construction ac- count in the state general fund to the state finance committee to be expended by the committee for the payment of expense incident to the sale of [and] issuance of the bonds authorized herein and through allotments made when requested by the director of institutions as approved by the budget director for the purpose of constructing such buildings at said correctional institution for the confinement and rehabilitation of juveniles. SEC. 4. The juvenile correctional .institution building bond redemption fund is hereby created in the state treasury, .which fund shall be exclusively devoted to the payment of interest on and retirement of the bonds authorized by this act. The state finance committee shall, on or before June 30th of each year, certify to the state treasurer the amount needed in the ensuing twelve months to meet bond retirement and interest require- ments and the state treasurer shall thereupon deposit such amount in said juvenile correctional instituti6n building bond redemption fund from moneys transmitted to the state treasurer by the tax commission and certified by the tax commission to be sales tax collections and such amount certified by the state finance committee to the state treasurer shall be a prior charge against all retail sales tax revenues of the state of Washington, except that portion thereof heretofore pledged for the payment of bond principal and interest. The owner and holder of each of said bonds or the trustee for any of the bonds may by mandamus or other appropriate proceeding require and compel the transfer and payment of funds as directed herein. Szc. 5. The legislature may provide additional ra_ for raising moneys for the payment of the interest and principal of the bonds authorized herein and this act shall not be deemed to provide an exclusive method for such payment. SEc. 6. The bonds herein authorized shall be a legal invest- ment for all state funds or for funds under te control and all funds of municipal corporations. Szc. 7. This act' shall be submitted to the people for their adoption and ratification, or rejection, at the general election to be held in this state on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November, 1964, in accordance with the provisions of section 3, Article VIII of the state Constitution; and in accordance with the provisions of section 1, Article II of the state Constitution, as amended, and the laws adopted to facilitate the operation thereof. Passed the Senate April 8, 1963. Passed the House April 6, 1963. Approved by the Governor April 17, 1963. CERTIFICATION I, Victor A. Meyers, Secretary of State of the State of Wash- ington, hereby certif: that the above is a full, true and correct copy of Senate Bill No. 25, passed by the Extraordinary Session vf the Thirty-eighth Legislature of the State of Washington, as appears from the original 4 said measure now on file in my effice. Witness My Hand and the Seal of the State of Washington this 3rd day of August, 1964) VICTOR A. MEYERS Secretary el State. r Susan Berry Weds Michael Lamoueaux At 1:30 p.m. Monday, Sept-idaughter to the altar and with ember 7, Susan Margueriotteiher mother gave her in mar- i Berry became Mrs. Michael E. : riage. She was wearing a simple Lamoreaux when the couple gown of wite peau de safe exchanged wedding vows be-'made with a plain bodice, .par- fore Rev. Alfred Waln in the trait neckline and A.shtpe skirt Methodist Church at White Sal-!which fell into fullness in ,the mon. The bride is `the daughter!back and formed a modified of Mr. & Mrs. Leon Berry of Bin I chapel train. Her bouffant el- gen and the groom's parents are'bow length veil was adorned Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lamoreauxl with one large rose made of the of White Salmon. can- same material as her gown. She Preceding the ceremony carried a cascade bouquet of dies were lighted on the altar lwhite lace mums with a rose by Lynette Lamoreaux, thecorsage center. groom's sister and Patilou Hes-I se, a cousin of the bride. They i Mrs. Richard B. Baker, Con- wore yellow dresses and wrist ' nell, was her sister's Matron of corsages. Honor and bridesmaids were The double :ring ceremony lM!s.s Linda Stebbins, Miss Pa- tncm Frey with matching bands took place ' and Miss Yvette I Lamoreaux, at the altar decorated: with sister of the groom. white standards filled with Mrs. Baker's gown was of pale white lace mums accented with green, the others of apricot, all vine maple, fashioned with plain bodices Leon Berry escorted his nd skirts of unpressed pleats. i Their headpieces were of net and three fabric roses matching their dresses. They carried cas- !cade crescent bouquets of J bronze mums. Mrs. H. O. Hofstedt played ze wedding music and accom- :panied Robert Van Alstine when he sang "This is My Be- loved" before the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" at its close. She also accompa=ied Mrs Richard Shipp and Robert Van Alstine who sang a duet ar- rangement of "One Hand, One Heart". The groom's men included his best man, Robert D. Hollis- ton and ushers Patrick Farrell, Andre Lamoreaux, his broher, and Ivan Slocum. After the ceremony a recep- tiort was held in the Wesleyan room of the ohurch. Miss Kath- leen Berry, the bride's cousin !had charge of the guest book. i Serving punch were Miss Ter- !ri Burke and Mrs. A. G. Berry, an aunt of the bride. The wed- ding cake yeas cut and served by Mrs. W. M. Berry and Mrs. C. L. Richards, both aunts o$ i the bride. Mrs. Gordon Baker ' and Mrs. Wm. Hesse, another aunt of the bride poured coffee. The gifts were cared for by Mrs Darrell Yaeger, sister of the groom and Mrs. L. W. Brooks, : aunt of the bride. Assisting a- bout the rooms were Mrs. R. A. Fey. Mrs. Andre Lamoreaux and Mrs. Robert Van Alstine. For the new Mrs. ! Lamoreaux wore a ,tobacco i brown hand-knit walking suit 1 l with matching brown hat,shoes / ,and gloves. 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