Independent from Long Beach, California on January 22, 1975 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, January 22, 1975
Page 8
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A-S-4NDOTNDENT (AM) * , PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) . UMiMck.c*iu.,iM,,im.ibim Supervisors attack Ford energy plan Our L.A. Bureau Supervisors T u e s d a y much as §3 a barrel on went on record as oppos- imported oil would "real- ing President Ford's encr- 1 hurt most of the people .ay proposals, saying they who can l e a s t a f f o r d would be "far too infla- boosted prices-Die poor, lionary and in fact would working people and the saddle consumers with an middle class." added cost of $30 billion." H , rf , h , , S u p e r v i s o r J a m e s . ,; os A , ^ J, Hayes won suppor for the s l i l , tt , nuld h a v c ,,, use motion on a 4-1 vote, with ,, , , , k Supervisor Ed Edelman ^ .^ / h ° c ge ° n j° resili i * ,- H ,, would moan thev simply for rcutba 0 ck"in C a !h1 would pay m o r c ' f o r gaso ' pled with a nationwide al- ' u ^ location program. Hayes said he is trying "This is not a call for In seek a personal meet- rationing, which I do not ing with the President to believe is necessary at discuss t h e e n e r g y pro- this time," Hayes 'said. g r a m . If he succeeds in "H is simplv a' call for getting the meeting, and allocation of petroleum if Ford insists on his sur- a n d petroleum products lax plan. Hayes said he on need." exemption on the higher 1 Hayes said Ford's plan oil prices for the Los Anto impose a surtax of as geles Basin. State official disagrees Clean air by ' Associated Press gers a first-stage smog · alert. Los Angeles air is get- On only nine days did ting cleaner and will meet the ozone level reach .35 air-quality standards in ppm. Lunche said. That the early 1980s, the Coun- was the l o w e s t figure ty Air Pollution Control since 1955 and was down District said Tuesday. from 10 davs in 1973 and 13 days in 1972. For the first year since T h o s e f i g u r e s w e r e the APCD started keeping achieved in a year that records in 1955 the ozone had weather more condu- c o n c e n l r a t i o n n e v e r five to smoggy days than reached .50 parts per mil- in 1973 or 1972. An APCD lion in 1974, APCD official official said 1974 had 85 Robert G. Lunche report- days likely to be smoggy, ed in a written statement, compared to 46 days in The .50 ppm figure trig- 1973 and 78 days in 1971. EXTRA BIG-CAR TAX I SACRAMENTO.(UPI) -- can afford larger c a r s With the aim of cutting should help to solve the down smog and building problems their cars creat- up a treasury for mass ed by contributing to the transit a Democratic law- development of p u b l i c maker introduced legisla- transportation," said Sen. lion Tuesday to impose Arlen Gregorio, author of cars with large displace- pose a tax of S2 per cubic ment engines. i n c h of engine displace- "Thosc who want and m e n t in excess of 350 80s predicted "If appropriate em is- the standards fop. carbon sion standards applicable monoxide and nitrogen by to new automobiles are the 1980s but not for oxi- vigorously e n f o r c e d by dants. -n s t a t e and'federal agen- "For oxidants, they will c i e s , and nothing is al- not a c h i e v e air-quality lowed to interrupt the con- standards in the foresee- trol effort, then it would a b l e future," P a s k i n d seem that attainment of said. ''They probably will air-quality standards in never ge^ to the oxidant just a few years is possi- standard." ble," Lunche said. In a r e l a t e d develop- But Jack Paskind, head ment, the County Board of of air-qualitv monitoring Supervisors ordered the for the State, Air Re- A P C D to reply to cnti-- sources B o a r d ( A R B ) , cism by a private firm sees it uitlerently. He .said mai aaiu u«, UISUJLI MOO Los Angeles may meet seriously underestimated the percentage of oxides jT»^iJ/-vo-rTpv of nitrogen t h a t comes rivll \J tjCjlJ from indstrial sources. cubic inches on air new The firm, KVB E n g i ^ cars sold in 1976. In fol- neering I n c . , m a d e a l o w i n g years, the tax study for the ARB that w o u l d apply to progres- showed t h a t -stationary sively smaller engines.' By sources account for 28 per 1980 it would affect all cent of the total nitrogen engines with more than emissions in the South 150 cubic inches Coast Air Basin. APCD The revenues from the has said only 10 per cent qSlN^INSffi^ A%» QK-vagr-filri Art6Sl3 3 deputy . AH" ni)-year-uiu wn-o.w, , hoiiop il · ~A*A himeplf DaCK into Wrc nu use. man barncadefl nunwu «» ,. _ _ . in his home Tuesday and Deputies Larry uomooa traded shots with deputies an d Les Fatone, who were in an hour-long siege that flagged down by the chil- ended when his daughter- dren, were fired at once in-law talked him into giv- as they walked n toward - ing up, officers reported. Burgeno's house, Swenson Lakewood Sheriff's Lt. sa id. Bob Swenson said Vincent ^g rjeputies called for Burgeno, of 18123 Arline he , an(j the house soon Ave., was booked on w a s surroun ded. '"' Sc^ftefSovlg Burgeno's .... J«f Bur 4 eno's P nome nCident "* Sbors tried to talk the stSSniit S of hisSse dering Swenson MjMjjj; carrying a small revolver, he did not give »P "TM" told neighborhood chil- his daugh er-in-law .Mary dren he wanted to talk to Burgeno, talked to him. f+wi A n A ti*l*lT1H\ f "* ^^4 w404lbC?llt GUARANTEED \g£| U CSII |E^ telephone. vlSi^ 7 (213)598-5791 m a s s transit. sources. . ..;,__ Shotgun blast kiUs waitress first night A 51-year-old Long Beach waitress, hit in the face with a shotgun blast, died in a Lynwood bar parking lot at midnight Monday after a melee involving her two companions and three robbers, police said. Lynwood officers identified the victim as Louise A g n e s C o u c h , 160 E. Mountain View St. They said it was her first night on the job as a cocktail waitress. Police said she was killed instantly as the shotgun discharged during her male companion's struggle with one of the bandits in the lot in back of Harold's C l u b , 12721 S. Atlantic Avc. Police said the victim, the unidentified f r i e n d and another woman were getting out of a car shortly before midnight when 'they were accosted by three armed blacks who demanded their money. Officers said the man struggled with the holdup men and several shots f r o m a handgun w e r e fired. In the ensuing struggle, the second woman ran inside the bar to call police, and as the victim watched the fight she was hit at close range with one shotgun blast, police said. The suspects fled without getting any money, officers said. producer charged in policeman's death United Press International A misdemeanor manslaughter complaint was sought Tuesday against Robert Quigley, 62, a television game show prortuc- Boy on bicycle killed by auto A 6-year-old C e r r i t o s boy was killed Tuesday when he was struck by a car as he bicycled near his home. Ronald E. P a p k a of 18403 Jeffrey Ave. was pronounced dead shortly after the 4:40 p.m. accident. Deputies said he was riding his bike along 183rd Street, near Brookhaven Avenue, when he swung out to cross the street and w a s s t r u c k by a car traveling west on 183rd. Driver of the car. iden- t i f i e d only a? Roy Jimeno oi Lakewood. was not held or cited. er. allegedly involved in a traffic accident that cost the life of a Los Angeles motorcycle policeman. Officer Michael McDou- g a l l , 31, was killed Monday night in West Los Angeles while chasing a traffic violator. Investigators said Quigley's ear turned left in .front of the officer and knocked him f r o m h i s m o t o r c y c l e . McDougall died at UCLA Medical Center a short time later. Quigley was arrested at the scene of the accident. The t r a f f i c violator escaped. Police f i r s t sought a felony manslaughter comp l a i n t but the district attorney's office turned down the request. yuigley. police said, is a partner in Heatter-Quigley Inc.. producers of the "Hollywood S q u a r e s , " "Gambit" and "High R o l l e r s " -- a l l g a m e shows. PALM TREES BEACHES Try a great holiday 5 days/4 nights $85.95 p = r 7 days/6 nights Attractive and spacious room; unlimited golf, tennis, bicycle-built-for-two; cocktail in the beautiful new Bay Lounge; admission to San Diego Zoo; admission to greyhound and horse racing in Old Mexico (in season). Come any day -but make it soon. Courtesy airport pick-up. FOR RESERVATIONS !N Los Angeles ..(213)461-3541 San Diego ....(714)274-4630 or call your Travel Agont MISSION BAY / SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92109 After-Inventory Savings Great looking dress shirts at big savings SaeS 60 Reg. S7. Now's the lime to save on man's short sleeve dress shirts in easy-care polyester/cotton. Fashionable long point collar. 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