The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on March 1, 1970 · Page 63
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · Page 63

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, March 1, 1970
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2 '...,.! I,i'!l HAr" fcflftvlftflr'fr'ffftilllf , WEK IN RfiVIEW Noise Abatement Program Approved IT LOOKS GOOD Jim Miller, left, Mrs. Mildred Moses Calkins and Myron Calkins try out some decoration ideas for the Inglewood High School reunion :banquet which will be held at the Cockatoo Inn at 6:45 p.m. Saturday, March 7. Inglewood Alumni Plan Reunion Banquet : INGLEWOOD Alumni from the Roaring Twenties will join pioneer Inglewood High School students at a reunion and banquet at 6:45 p.m. Saturday, March 7, at the Cockatoo Inn. The reunion will bring together students who attended the school between 190S and 27. More than 200 former students are expected, according to chairman Jim Miller, IHS '22. "We've been holding these dinners for pioneer students every other 3rear for the past 18 years," he said. "This year we're going to let in a little new blood by taking in those young rowdies from the winter and summer classes of 1927." t No Speeches The program will be informal, Miller said, "There won't be any s p e e c h e s," he added. "Each class will have its own group at the tables. Most of the time will be spent hashing over old times with classmates. 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TOimANCK-Tlie City Council approved it $100,-000, five-point noise abatement program but in not yet ready to allocate funds for the project. City Manager Edward Forraro recommended councllmen adopt the report but delay authorization of the funds until budget talks in April. The program calls for: 1 Inventory of noise levels and the making of a noise map for the city. 3 Establish acceptable noise level standards for various sources of noise. 3 Regulate transmission of sound. 4 Initiate a program for regulation and control of noise at state and federal levels. 5 Enact a noise abatement ordinance and provide for its enforcement. Lawn Party Held LAWNDALE Dedication of an estimated 100,-000 square feet of artificial lawn in the median strip of this city was held. The project, the first of the artificial turf in the area, was a joint project of the city, the county and the manufacturer. Detective Elected TORRANCE Officer Frank Solis, assigned to the Torrance Police De- piiitiiiuiit'fl forgery detail, was Heeled president of the California Check In-ve.sllgal.orH Awn. of Southern California. Solia is a 13-year veteran of the department. Two Enter Race TORRANCE Attorney Mike Donaldson, a Republican, has announced that he will challenge incumbent Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-17th District) for the office. Anderson is completing his first term in Congress. Donaldson served as campaign manager for Joe Blatchford, defeated by Anderson two years ago. Permit Approved GARDENA A request by the Gardena Valley YMCA for a conditional use permit for the construction of an indoor swimming pool and additional offstreet parking was approved by the City Council. Resident Honored TORRANCE John M. Spencer, a resident of this city, was elected president of the National Institute of Rug Cleaning during that organization's 25th national convention in Miami Beach, Fla. 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