Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 20
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 20

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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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L.B. Business Leader Named Aide to Cullen Democratic attorney Mike Cullen, candidate for As embly In tha 44th District (West Long Beach-Lakewood- Dominguez), announced Wednesday th^ appointment of larry E. Wade as district chairman for his downtown cam- PRESIDENT Robert L. Irvin, public relations counsel, was named president of the R o t a r y Club of Long B e a c h for 1966-67 at the club's annual meeting Wednesday in the Lafayette Hotel. Irvin is the originator of the "International City" theme for the City of Long Beach. GI WRITES Killing Cong Boys Hard --at First ;DETROIT tff) -- At firs killing teen-aged boys mad Pfc. Dennis O r t w i n e sick Later, it got to be easier. The 20-year-old soldier en gaged in his first battle shor ly after arriving in Viet Nam last September. He k i l l e some of the Viet Cong enemy then saw their bodies. "They were only 14 or 15 years old," Ortwine wrote his mother, Mrs. Margarette Haile of Detroit. "I'm so sick about it that I can hardly bring riiy- »ign. Wade, former field secre- ary to .the late Long Beach longressman Clyde Doyle, as' held many positions In ommuriity and Democratic 'arty affairs As president of the Independent Businessmen's Asso 1 :iation, Wade has been asso :iated for many years, in promoting Navy and harbor ac ivities for Long Beach.. Said Wade: "Mike Cullen, as a former line officer and at present a commander in he Naval Reserve, understands the many problems that confront a Navy community. With Mike's extensive naval and military background, we know that Long Reach's Harbor, shipbuildinf and naval facilities will have in the state capital an experi enced and dedicated legisla tive representative. For these reasons I urge all business and labor people to support Mike's -candidacy." Cullen also announced tha Mrs. Annie Fletcher, widow of former \Long Beach Mayo and 44th District Assembly man Carl Fletcher, has agreeo to serve on the' Cullen cam paign executive committee a honorary chairman emeritus * * * 4 SAN PEDRO U.R.O.C. ounty and state party com- littees, called Crawford "the est' qualified." He credited rawford, when a city coun- Iman, with initiating the .ty's first full-fledged plan ing department, leading to an orderly and sound devel- pment of our beautiful city." He said Crawford also pro- osed city purchase of Dominguez Land Development Co., a proposal which, : it had been accepted, coult ave saved the city millions f dollars. Feldman said Crawford's judgment is sound and his bility proven" and that the .{strict needs a man of legis ative experience. self to tell you. * A program' on income taxe will be featured at the 8 p.m Monday meeting of the Sa 'edro unit of United Repub icans of California at GO! "BUT I HAD was them or me. In N o v e m b e r , he was headquarters, 1123 Pacifi Avel, San Pedro. Also schec to do it. It uled are a color film, "In th Cause of Liberty," and a dis wounded by shell fragments. :ussion of the Liberty Amend ment. The meeting is public Two of his b u d d i e s were killed. He was wounded two CRAWFORD CAMPAIGN other times. -Then he wrote home again. "I'm all through believing that this war is silly because some of them (the Viet Cong" aren't grown up," he said. "If the enemy puts guns in the hands of children, I'll have to-take them on." iOrtwine was killed Mon day by a grenade thrown by an'enemy guerilla. Sam Feldman, former chair man of the Long Beach Plan ning Commission, will be gen ;ral chairman of the campaig of Francis R. (Sandy) Craw ford, Democratic candidat for Assembly in the 44th Dis trict. Feldman," a charter membe of. the! Democratic Nationa Committee who has served o Cite TV Director for Fake Note to Obtain Drugs .LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Television director Alan Cros and was arraigned Wednes day on a charge of forging prescription to obtain danger ous drugs. ' Crosland, 47, a director o he television s e r i e s "1 O'Cloc.k High," was accusec of getting a friend to imper sonate a doctor and order 5 capsules of Bezamyl, a pep diet pill, for him. A pharmacist, h o w e v e r made a routine check on th 'doctor" and discovered h did not prescribe the pills, no treat Crosland. He called au thorities who arrested Cros land Tuesday. Crosland lives In Sherma Oaks. Lm iMth. MM., Tl*n., Mw, II, (X* IKJDFpFNnFNT--Pjgj A"?! ALL STORES OPEN EVERY NIGHT MON. 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