Independent from Long Beach, California on February 12, 1958 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1958
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P.g. A-8-INDEPENDENT Ion, baxh, Cdll,"wW., Nk. «. '»»· Council Votes to Join Freeway Move Plea City Council voted Tuesday to Join.with the Chamber of Com-| jnerce in urging state highway! officials to proceed with early acquisition of land for right of way in East Long Beach for the San Diego Freeway. Councilmen requested City Atty. Walhfred Jacobson to prepare a resolution _ to that effect, similar to one- already adopted by the Chamber's | board. . ' The .Chamber noted that most of the right of way is unimproved but that 23 dwellings in the vicinity of Atherton St. and Studebaker,'Rd. must be acquired and -removed. g These property owners 'who are to be displaced should be given consideration, the resolu.- life is richer when you hear with both ears... 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Easy termsl WI HANDlf ·ATtlMIt AND ACCIUOHIl ' rod (»0«T HIAMNS AIDS ROYALTY Of MEAWN8 Att» BROWN-POHER LABS 501 ELM AVENUE Phono HEmlock 4-479* tion said, and funds authorized for immediate, completion of the right-of-way acquisition. * * * ·# ' _ y ON ANOTHER SUBJECT, councdlmen received with ; obvious-displeasure a long, letter from'-G.' P; McCoy,''state'high- way, engineer,', opposing a Council-sponsored . resolution: which asks "that U!S. Hwy.. 91 be made-part of .thei national system -of interstate ; andidefense highways., .eli'giblc;. : for"' r federal improvement -funds. . . . ; · · · · The/ segment in r question extends from the intersection of Pacific Coast'"'Hwy.-and; American Ave. to the.San Bernardino freeway in San' Bernardino. ' · ' * · * ' » · . · McCOT SAID, that'.'.to press the proposal might .'weaken the state's claim to 'allotment .o£ federal funds ori the. basis of highway needs rather ··than an old formula based on population and post-road mileage."':.-.; .1 "He could'have told us no-jn one word," remarked Councilman John F. Baker. · ' - . . · ' · . ' - ·At Baker's^ suggestion, · the letter was referred to City Manager Sam E. Vickers for a possible direct appeal' to . Congress. ' · ' ' ' ' NoCannedBeer! SYDNEY IS") -- The Australian Glass' Workers Union, which likes the look of bottled goods,- has. ordered its "3,500 members not to drink canned beer. · . .· ' · ' ' · · * ' . . . First Trade Fair Set tor The first California. Interna-] tional Trade··Fair."Inaustrial Exposition'will .be heid,at"the Great-Ayestern Show -Grounds, Los Aiig'eles''.April-1-12..' . . Purpose'of the fair is "tapay tribute-; -to" -the role, 'of tra'devarid; Industry irirbroaden- ing :the. economic base ol-Cali- fornia/'-'sai"d\J. Howard ; Edgerton/ president of the; State's;6th Agricultural District, sponsor.- Among members, of the exposition executive committee are penrian H. Ridder, publisher .of The ^Independent, Press- CONVENTION 'GIMMICKS' Various means used to publicize Long Beach as a convention'.center-,are- shown ;to · Aaron;:'Schultz^ :(left)' and 'Walter iHavekorst by:'Gloria,HiII.-.The' men .-head Thursday's one-day: membership ; driye-. for the Long Beach Converition : andVisitbrs:Bureau. Telegram; John B. Biby.,Jr r comptroller of Douglas Aircraft" Co.'s Long Beach division,-and W. -A.. Harrington; .manager of, Be'thlehem Steel's shipbuilding division oa,Terminal Island, : ·* County; to Rent More Offices Lease of additional coun office, space in - the,, Jergins Trust. Building in Long Beach was approved -Tuesday by. county supervisors.·'.'...,,'.' 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