Independent from Long Beach, California on February 11, 1958 · Page 7
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Nixon to Spearhead GOP Push in State By WILLIAM BROOM (Independent Wanhlnuton Bureau) '. WASHINGTON--Vice. Presi-, dent Richard Nixon will top a Washington task force headed for California in the next 10 days to try to make the state safe for Republicans. The vice president.will concentrate on Southern California as will Sen. William F. Knowland, GOP candidate for Kovcrnor. Rep. Pat Hillings (Arcadia), who/is running for state attorney general, is at present testing the political waters in Northern California, but wiU move south later this week to hook up with Nixon. An official chore, chairmanship of the annual meeting of the President's Committee on Government Contracts, awaits Nixon in Los Angeles. However, he has saved this until last and will spend the five preceding days politicking. * · * » * ON FIUDAY, the vice president will deliver a major speech in Phoenix, Ariz., whore party loaders will congregate to Kick off Sen. Barry' Goldwaters campaign for re-election. Saturday, the vice president moves into Los Angeles, where he will be guest of honor at a sta K dinner for Republican leaders. Sunday will be devoted to "friends and family." The jet propulsion .Laboratory at California Institute of East Side Fire Station in Service Tor the first time since their annexation to the city, populous neighborhoods in the easterly section 'of Long Beach are being offered fire protection from a station located nearby Fire Chief Frank S. Sandeman announced Monday tha' the newly-established Fire Sta tion 18 at Palo Verde Ave. anc Wardlow Rd. will be ready for service early today. Equipment has been moved in, and Fire Dept. personnel is housed there on a round-the-clock basis. .» * * * THE STATION was recon ditioned after having been moved from its former location at 2540 Santa Fe Ave. It fills a .gap in the city's fire protective system that was blamed in part for a $256,200 blaze in a group of business buildings last year on E. Spring St. . Residents in 'the 'neighbor hood also blamed the lack o a nearby station' for - a fire which destroyed a home las month at 3203 Karen Ave. echnology in Pasadena will be ost to a. vice-presidential in- 1 ection tour on-Monday.'At at time, Nixon will talk -with dentists who developed the xplorer satellite now orbiting space. Later in the eyening, he will Teet -GOP leaders and what s office calls "party workers md friends" at a big reception the 'Hollywood Palladium. * * * *' INCUMBENT OFFICE holds and prospective party can- dates for congressional, Leg- lature and state constitutional fices will gather Tuesday oon for luncheon with the .vice ·esident in Los Angeles , at ie -Ambassador Hotel. Nixon ion will speak at a dinner in he Los Angeles Press Elub here he'll take on .reporters a question-and-answer ses- on. His official chore comes up Wednesday, and the six-day .rip from Washington will be climaxed that night when labor aders will give a dinner for ie committee on government ontracts. Knowland's visit will be for 4" hours only on . Lincoln's u-thday, but he has managed o crowd in four appearances, he senator will 'speak at a incoln Day luncheon of the os Angeles ^ County · Central bmmittee at noon Wednesday , the Ambassador Hotel, and t an Orange County "Chamber · Commerce dinner at Disney- and in the evening. » * » « THE SENATOR will breafc- ast with' Negro ministers in 26 New? Teachers Needed in '58-59 BUENA PARK -- Central!; School District will need- 2 · additional teachers next yea on the basis of preliminary esti mates of 1958-59 · enrollment Supt. Glen K. Dysinger dis . closed Monday. Dysinger said a survey mad ty Palmer Campen, assistan superintendent in charge b business, indicates that th district will have an enrollmen of 5,241 by June of 1959. Enroll mont this June will be appro*, imately 3,935. The district will send repre sentatives to a meeting calle by Paul Cook, ,superintcnden of Anaheim Union High' Schoo District. An effort will be mad to achieve greater coordinatlo among all elementary school in the high school district i special programs for the pupil who are rapid learners. Th meeting will be at Anaheim High School. Pact by Gulf Oil PITTSBURGH UP)--The Gu Oil Corp. said Monday it ha signed an a g r e e m e n t wit Philippine Investment-Manage merit Consultants, Inc., form- a petroleum refining an marketing c o m p a n y in th Philippines. Just one bottle os Angeles at Pilgrim Baptist Church and attend a reception n the afternoon at the home of dendel' Silverberg in ' Beverly -fills. He'll sandwich private onferences with party leaders nto that schedule somewhere. The three party leaders wi jpear in California'at .a time 'hen party leaders are sending ack reports to Washington .hat. the situation for Republi- ans is tough. State Chairman lonzo Bell is understood to Svc. delivered this assessment ;hen he attended a conference f the national party here last Among the factors, fat this eeling, Republican sources here ay, is the present harmony mong '.California-- Democrats, ic economic situation nationally, and creeping unemployment in 'the state's major met opolitan centers. · » * · "* THE VICE PRESIDENT re Dortedly does not plan to con- uct a nation-wide campaign lis year to support congres- ional GOP candidates. He robably will .concentrate in Jalifornia and several other arge states during the home tretch of the fall elections.' After Congress adjourns in nid-summer, it now ' appear, the vice president will make a trip to Europe. ,abor Hall to Close n Honor of Arifold Labor hall of the 'Culinary Al- ar.ce and Hotel Workers Un- m, Local '681, will be closed oday in honor of John 'T Jack) Arnold, 64, union secre- ary who died Saturday. Serv- ccs will be at 9 a. m. Tuesday t St. Athanasius Church. gunman, robbed a hotel- casino of $5,000 Monday. But he failed to disturb afternoon gamblers who continued shooting craps after the brief -disturbance. The bandit escaped by commandeering a- car outside, the casino and driven -by' two Cali- lomia 'women tourists. A ,iew minutes later, he released.the women at" a drive-in restaurant, and fled on foot. '. ... Sheriff's deputy Carl Smith told this story:: ... . 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