Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
Page 11
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Assembly Votes to Amendment for Offe SACRAMENTO W--The A«- sombly, after a full da/i debate, voted Thursday In favor of'writ- Inc · settlement of the bitter North-South dispute over rlghti Into the State Constltu- tlon. But It postponed n specific tolutlon. Capping *lx h o u r i of mcnts, the Assembly sent two rival constitutional amendment! to the Senate, where there In xtrong opposition to any water rlchts amendmenti at this time. It takei a two-thirds vote of both houses to submit a constitutional amendment to the Mate's voters. While the Assembly debatei the Senate Finance Committee finished screening the Senat version of Gov, Knight's recorc water state budget {or 3937-38, THE' Bin spending program which now goes to the Senat floor, totals $1,907,890,631--a r* ductlon of more than 2Vi mil lion from the amount requests by Knight and some IS million less thun the budget passed b; the Assembly May 6, Both water m e a s u r e s ap- iroved by the Assembly, spcl out procedures ror allocating water between the areas where water originates, most of them 2 Search, Seizure Bills Are Defeated in Senate SACRAMENTO Ml _ T h Senate Thursdny defeated lee Illation which opponents charted would weaken a citizen's "SB cred right to protection agalns Improper search and seizure," The Senate turned down two hills In a series Introduced .by Sen. James E. Ilusch (R-Uklah which he said were sponsored by California peace officers and district attorneys' associations. ONE WOULD have cllmlnat- rd the present necessity for police officer to Identify his Informant In seeking a «carch warrant. The other would have repealed the present discretion of a Judge to specify t h a t a search warrant must be served In the daytime. Busch said the necessity to Identify an Informant often Senate OK's Bill Exempting Candy From Sales Tax SACRAMENTO fK --Chnlk one up for the bon-bon set. The Senate Thursday passed a bill exempting cnndy from sales .ax. The measure, offered frequently In past sessions without success, now goes to the Assembly, Author Louis Sirtton (R-Maxwell), a candy-loving 250-pound- rr. pointed out that food Is not taxed and argued that candy 1» n food. . ' "I'm the 'number one ex- hlblt to prove that," he grinned. hampers police officers, especial ly In narcotics cases, where the In Northern California, and arli regions tn the south. They differ markedly over methods of financing the mammoth network of water projects the s t a t e contemplates. One amendment, by Assemblyman Patrick D. McGee (R-Endno), calls for pay-as-you-go flnanc Ing. The other, by Assemblyman Carley V. Porter (D-Compton), proposes bond Issue financing, · · · · · SEVERAL ASSEMBLYMEN emphasized they hope a final solution will bt hammered out In a two-house conference commit ;ee, If the Senate rejects the As sembly proposal* and cqmr up with Its own, a joint committee would attempt agreement, There was a big questli mwever, whether any constlti lonal amendment will reach t Senate floor, Sen, Richard Richards (D ingeles), a staunch advocate a constitutional settlement of he w a t e r controversy, said hances are "slim" of getting he Assembly legislation out of said more study Is needed "rath er than make mistakes that will be Insurmountable In the future." . Assemblyman Francis C. Lindsay (R-Loomls) w a r n e d that e than one million acres of land In the San Joaquln Valley threaten to go back to dust unless they get water In three to five years," . , Other developments- ·· 1, A Senate bill to curb cancer quacks by Sen, Richard Dolwlg (R-Athcrton) was approved .by the Senate Public Health Com- mlttee over protests from the California Medlcnl Assn, that I t ' could hurt "honest, ethical" doctors and be evaded by quacks. The same committee recently referred a rival bill, passed by the Assembly und backed by the CMA and American Cancer Society, to an Interim committee tor study, ;. Gov. Knight called it npn-lal election for Aug. 6 In Los An-, geles to fill the 43th Assembly! District vacancy caused by the death of Assemblyman Thomas J. Doyle (D-Los Angeles). The fovemor Is. expected to set the same date to fill the 64th Assembly District seat to be vacated In July when Assemblyman n atrlck D. McGee (R-Enclno) becomes a member of the Lo» Angeles City Council; SM*. tM, M.. *oy IT. iw INDEPENDENT--Paai A.I JV IMTKRKMTKI) IN FURNITURE t% APPLIANCES ' *· Ah*p ·Tvrrpi'M* f|nt. IhMi BM wit W» *HMnl* mi Ihit 1A\\\K*T mtt IN LONG BEACH "'.''.7" GALL HE 7-4501 BUYS MANUFACTURER $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ NIW 1957 PACIFIC GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS $7O 77 Gallon 10-Year 20-Gollon $49.50 40-Gallon _^_._.S89.50 we're slacks specialists LEVINS hat been fatnoui for SLACKS for 26 yean. Wa have the largait julactlon of GOOD tlaclii In the entire Southland area for you to telect from. With the added plui value of PERFECT FIT and PERFECT STYLING, we can guarantee that . . . HO» can't do better anywhere! SPECIALS THIS WEEK SLACKS V«lvi( imaath al|.w»l (lannil In 12 ittw ihodil lltm to darl: char-itiad«t. Far biHir than thli low, law prlca wauld Indicate. ALL.WOOL WORSTED SLACKS Hard flnlih all.waal lulllngi, ihafk. ilclni and gabardlitii. Actual II »,?$.« 11,95 valuai. OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m FREE PARK SHOP N S W E A 316 PINE AVE. Miller Drops Bill to Abolish Water District SACRAMENTO Itfi -- Georcp Miller Jr. (D-Martlnez) salit Thursday he will drop his bill to abolish the Metropolitan 1 , Water District of Southern California, Miller told the Senate Water Resources Committee he Introduced the bill "to shake the security of some of the people Involved and show them what he could do," He said the hill has now served Its purposes. The measure never got n committee hearing. . . . . i Illinois PflMtor Picked liy Prrxhylerlana - ' . J '··*'· OMAHA, Neb. (O!l--TheRev. Ilarld R. Martin, pastor of th* Second Presbyterian Church at llloomlneton. III., \VHS elected modernlor of the Ifillth General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church In the U. S. A. here Thursday on the second ballot. The Rev. Mr. Martin succeeds the Rev. David W. Proffltt, Mnryvllle. Tenn. 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