Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1969 · Page 13
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6.4-- INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) Chamber Elects 10 Directors Ten Long Beach area businessmen have been elected to three-year terms as directors of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. President John L. Barrett announced Monday. The new directors, who will begin their terms April 1, are: C. r. Albright, independent nil operator; Gene Hoffman, J. C. Hoffman Sons Real Estate; Robert L. Irvin. public relations counsel; Dr. Thomas Kiddie, M.D., director of laboratories, St. Mary's Hospital; Leonard Licata, area general manager, General .Telephone Co. Also, Travis Montgomery, vice president, Wesi- gate-California Realty Co.; Robert D. Nichol, treasurer, Moffatt Nichol Engineering; James W. Roche, President THUMS Long Beach Co.; Russ Rubley, president, Space Products Inc.. and Donald C. Wallace Jr., attorney, Wallace Deatherage. Barrett appointed Richard Kelso, plant manager, Proctor G a m b l e Mfg. Co., to a directorship to fill the unexpired term of former plant manager Paul R. Staley, who resigned recently to become vice president of Philadelphia Quartz Co. The new directors will meet with the Chamber board Mardi 3 to elect officers for the 1969-1370 fiscal year, and will be installed at the Chamber's April 11 annual meeting. Estuary Hearing Set By JACK 0. BALDWIN Maritime Editor K c o n o m i c importance of estuaries will be considered during a federal- state hearing to be held today and Wednesday in Los Angeles. Co-sponsors are the California State Water Resources C o n t r o l Board and the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. THE MEETINGS will be held in Room 1138 of the State Building, 107 S. Broadway. Those interested in the estuaries in California, POSTKR GIRL AND 1'ALS ,lndi .terming, March of Dimes poster girl, thanks Antie Chimes (left) of American Savings in Norwalk and Douglas Lewis of Security Pacific National Bank in Downey for their work in seeking generous donations to fight polio and other crippling diseases. Optmist Club members are assisting in the annual March of Dimes fund-raising campaign. $331,880 Bid Wins L.B. School Building Job The Long Beach Board of Education Monday accepted .1 S331.8SO low bid from R u t t e r Burdge Construction Co. to build College I n t e r m e d i a t e School at Orange Avenue and 19th Street. Work is expected to begin March 5 on the building, formerly designated as Orange Avenue Ele$30-Million VA Hospital Bids In Bids on construction of a $30-million Veterans Administration hospital in San Diego will be opened at 1:30 p.m. today in Bldg. No. 4 of Long Beach Veterans Administration Hospital. COUNTY WANTS TO HIRE SWIMMING POOL GUARDS Applications for summer jobs as Los Angeles County swimming pool lifeguards are being accepted from eligible men 17 through 39. Appointments to complete a 400-meter swim tcsl may be arranged by calling the L.A. County Department of Parks and Recreaiion, swimmingg pool division, at 749-6911, cxt. 571. M i n i m u m requirements for I h e $2.lfi to $,'!.05 per hour jobs include Red Cross senior life-saving and standard first aid certificates, and uncorrected 20-30 vision in each eye. Supervisors Will Study Cost of L.B. Lifeguards The 811-bed hospital is to be built adjacent lo the University of California Medical School in La Jolla. Invitations to bid have been issued lo known potential bidders. The architect is Charles Luckman Associates of Los Angeles. Although bids will not be selected today, the apparent low bidder will be made public after bid opening. The Long Beach VA Hospital is at present serving as administrative office for the new San Diego facility. m e n t i i r y . with completion dun in early September. Special curricula and programs now are heing prepared by the school district and California State College at Long Beach specialists for the school. Also approved by the board were assignments of administrators to head the district's summer schools this year. They are: High schools -- Donald F. Smith. Jordan; Francis P. Workman, Lakewood; William M. Mutton, Millikan; Edward M. Eveland. Poly; Clark B. Bernd, Wilson. Junior high, Wendol M. Murray, Washington. Elementaries -- Dennis R. Keizer, Garfield; Perry W. Lindsey, Burnett; George H. London, Stevenson; Frederick A. Partridge, Camp Hi-Hill; Edward B. Perlstein, Lowell; Alfred R. Phillips, Barton; William E. Simmons, Lincoln; A. Douglas Skare, Twain; Stephen H. Smith. Cant, and Bruce Woods, Longfellow. A. Rites Set lor Lions Official R. G. Hill By BILL MAYER From Our L.A. Bureau A proposal lo eliminate Ihe $100,000 in county funds paid annually to Long Beach as a contribution for lifeguard services will come before the Board of Supervisors today. L. S. Hollinger, county chief administrative officer, said the city has more than enough income from other sources to cover its beach operations. The same is true, he said, for Santa Monica, and it (Advertisement) EAR WAX? Don't use pointed objtcts that may punctur* eardrums. KERID Drops help tofttn and loosen hard ·wax plugs. Put KERID Drops in, waih tarwax out. KERID Drops. TOOTHACHE Don't suffer -- relieve pain in seconds as millions do with ORA-JEL Many dentists recommend usingORA-JELuntilyou get professional treatment., ' ora-jel could be true for Los Angeles. Each of these cities gels $100,000. Hollinger's recommendations are contained in a report from a six-month study of possible consolidation of beach services provided by the counties and the cities. He is against consolidation. None of the cities want to give up control of I heir beaches, he believes, and if the county took over, it would raise its cost a n e s t i m a t e d $1,646,430. "It seems clear that any further talk of beach consolidation," Hollinger said, "is a waste of time." "We recommend the county subsidy in f u t u r e years he based on SS per off-street parking space provided," the reporl states. "Such subsidy would be made on condition t h a t a parking charge of SI n day is made, and thai Ihe total subsidy amount would be limited to the extent that costs are not offset by operating revenues." In general, the proposal is for the county to lay down the rules to assure economical operation. Services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Dilday Family Chapel for Robert Gibson Hill, president of the West Long Beach Lions Club, who died Sunday, apparently of a heart attack, at his home, 2660 Eucalyptus Ave. He was 50. Safety engineer and insurance manager of Marine Terminals on Terminal Island, Hill found the time to devote lo local youth. He served two terms as president of the Harbor Area Lions Drag Strip, which he helped to develop i n t o an important source of aid to area young people. Born in Minneapolis, he came to Long Beach with his family as a child. An outstanding athlete, he won 18 letters at Poly High in football, basketball, swimming and I rack. During World War II he served with the Sixth Army in t h e Pacific. On his return he completed ROBERT G. HILL his education, graduating from the Southern Pacific Law School. He was active in Signal Lodge No. 543, FAM. Surviving are his wife, Joyce; a daughter, Mrs. Raeleen Gaye Fairciough; father, Joseph Cheiferli, and a grandchild. and related problems are invited to attend. Sessions are planned for morning, afternoon, and evening today. Wednesday's sessions will be used to hear additional testimony, if needed. The hearings will gather material for a report ordered by Congress for the Department of Interior. The report is to include an analysis of the importance of estuaries to the economic and social well- being of the people of the U.S. and the effects of pollution on estuaries. The report also will include opinions on major economic, social, and ecological trends in the es- iuraine zones of the nation, and a recommendation for a comprehensive national program for the preservation, study, use and development of estuaries. The respective responsibilities which should be assumed by federal, state and local governments and by public and private interests also is to he covered in the report. Petroleum Expert Will Ocean Water Discuss Energy Needs Pollution Talk Topic Ocean pollution and how to prevent it will be described Wednesday by Walter H. Putman, California Department of Fish and Game patrol captain, during a meeting called to organize a Long Beach Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America. The meeting will he held at. 8 p.m. in the Pacific Coast Club, 850 E. Ocean Blvd. Also speaking willl te Richard Yater, a national officer of the 1WL. "ANY PERSON interested in the conservation of our ocean resources, and in particular the growing ·threat of water pollution, will be welcome," according to Charles F. Crawford, first vice president of the California State Division of the conservation-orientated organization. "Prevention of pollution of our ocean waters is a major undertaking in the Long Beach area. Formation of a Long Beach chapter would be of great value in helping to clean up present conditions and prevent further pollution," Crawford said. FBI Agent Walker's Rites Today Services will be at 11 a.m. today in St.. Timothy Lutheran Church of Lakewood for Kenneth Walker, FBI agent for 17 years, who died Friday. He was 46. Walker, of 12896 Martha Ann Drive, Los Alanii- tos, is survived by his wife, Solveig; sons, Kirk, Richard and James; daughter, Jean K. Walker; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walker; brothers. Art h u r , Richard and James; sisters, Ruth Hunter, Louise Thompson, Carol Haberlack and Virginia Lee. Dilday Family Lakewood Mortuary is in charge of the funeral. The family suggests contributions to the St. Timothy Lutheran Church memorial fund. S354 Jewelry Gone Burglars forced a rear window at the home of .lames C. Renwick, 3211 Curry St.. and stole $354 in jewelry, a movie camera and other items, Long Beach police said Monday. -ijasi COMPLETE FUNERAL From '245 Includes Casket and All Mortuary Services CENfETERY LOTS From SI 50 [ MAUSOLEUM CRYPTS From $465 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If YOU DO NOT GET YOUR REGULAR CARRIER DELIVERED Ser wp will deliver if lo you sptlciolly K« Dcpl. Hours (ask for fhe Circulation Dapl.i Independent--Weekdays until 10:00 A.M. Prnss-Teleqrom--Weekdays unlil 7:30 P.M. Saturday ond Sunday until 10:30 A.M. LOW? BEACH AND LAKEWOOD Wttt Oranoe Count/ , Sfcith Bay Area, Comptwt, Lynwoorf Aneila, Bellflower, Nor* a Ik, Parflmounl m.em-- a CEMETERY-MAUSOLEUM FUNERAL HOME CHAPELS-CREMATORY COLUMBARIUM VETERANS LAWN 213 GEntva 1-4577 festmtttsi? r il*m0rial f arfe 3Iortuary--Cemetery COMPLETE F U N E R A L A N D B U R I A L CENTER Because the funeral and burial center concept e l i m i n a t e s the need for processions through heavy traffic on overcrowded highways, family ,ind f r i e n d s a l i k e m a y n o w pay t h e i r f u l l r e - spects by attending the burial service, as well as i h e chapel service, all at one beautiful place, at less cost, and more convenience. 14801 - 14803 BEACH BLVP., WESTMINSTER .lohn M. Houchin, president, of Phillips Petroleum Co., will discuss challenges facing the industry against the backdrop of the current political climate, during a Friday luncheon of the Petroleum Industry Committee of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. He also will discuss the nation's growing future energy needs, stressing the continuing requirement, for a belter understanding of the petroleum industry by the public, and will show the need and justification for increased petroleum prices. Reservations for the luncheon, to be held at the Reef Restaurant in the Long Beach Harbor area, may be made through the Chamber of Commerce, according to C. C. (Bud) Albight, committee chairman. Houchin is a graduate of the University of Okla- JOHN M. HOUCHIN homa, with a dregree in petroleum engineering; a member of the American Petroleum 1 n s t i t u t e 's board of directors; a trustee of the University of Oklahoma Foundation, and vice president of the university's Board of Regents. TWO ORANGE CO. FIRMS GET DEFENSE CONTRACTS From Our National Bureau WASHINGTON -- Multi million-dollar contrarls for the production of spare parts were awarded Monday to two Orange County firms by the Pentagon. North American Rockwell Corp. of Anaheim received a $2.7-million Air Force award for parts for the Minuteman 3 Intercontinental ballistic missile system. Philco-Ford of Newport Beach received a $2-million order for parts for the Army's Shillelagh a n t i t a n k missile. PRESCHOOL NURSERY NOW OPEN The Children's Creative Center preschool day nursery opened Monday at the First Congregational Church. United Church of Christ. 241 Cedar Ave. Children aged 2-5 may enroll in the nonprofit school, which operates weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Parents can receive f u r - ther information by phoning 538-1193 or 425-3256. CHAMPION CHESSMEN ARE NAMED Winners were announced Monday in the John Gilbrith Memorial Chess Tournament held at the Lincoln Park clubhouse in Long Bench. M. G. Rlackstone took first prize in the sweep- slakes division. C. Henin in the expert division and Robert DiLaurn in th "A" division. At Ihe tournament, sponsored by the Lincoln Park Chess and Checkers Club and Ihe City Recreation Department. $1,100 in prizes were awarded. S490 From Goodyear An estimated $190 worth of cash, radios, watches and electric shavers was stolen by burglars who entered the Goodyear Service Store, 444 E. Anaheim St., through a window, Long Beach police said Monday. stomach do your worrying? I DOCTORS SAY NUVES, PRESSURE. TtNSION CAN BRING ON INDIGESTION, GAS, HEARTBURN or NAUSEA (With ncnrwrt stomach, you need j mote than an ordinary antacid. Yw I need TRIALKA, the antacid/sedative j made for nervous stomach. TRIAtKA helps calm as it settles stomach upsets. Contains belladonna, a wtdefy recognized antispasmodic. Yon fed belter faster and tettti "a longer lasting. Trjr pleasant tasting, TRIAttt Kiptid or tablets. No prescription needed. I" PERFORMERS! 714 TWinoahs 3-2421 714 JEfftnon 1-1725 From autos to zithers . . . everything goes in the Independent Press-Telegram Classified Section. 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