Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 4
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.,,· A-4-1NDEFENDENT HKk. CM, Tkrx. A»r| 4. 1M1 3 Braden Confirmed S by Senate, 33 to 7 · "- ' (Continued from Page A-l) deed sorry that partisanship ; to answer to the people of -^was injected into the election their districts. ;*.'*'. I will teU you frankly] He said Gov. Brown "cer ! that I myself supported and tainly entered into" the dis- ; voted for Mr. Rafferty. 'pute "-and has done his home .;· "But I did not find any-|work very welt". · time in the course of these Schrade said his sole con; hearings that because I did,| cern ,,,, that Braden had J I was presumed to oppose the^brought politics into our edu- · appointment of Mr. Braden."' ca tj ona ] system." ? t .-*...! v* i. ,- ~1 am thoroughly convinced I BURNS SATD he believes ^ ^ happened," he said, the -mandate" of Rafferty s|«, ^ ^^^ to r ,gh t election is for the legislature,^ en to st it - ·to renew our interest LI the; ' » ; educational structure cf this, , JE SAID that at the Rules ·tale." ^Committee h e a r i n g "Mr. He said he told Rafferty Braden didn't convince me after his election, that "if he|on e bit did anything at all he would ( sctezte said Braden stated do more than has been done' he ^ A teen misquoted in a in the last 23 years." Bums' r story which sl ; d said the Department of Edu- ^ wouM oppose ^y tffort cation had become "a sterile v Raiferty to indoctrinate and impotent organization, jsj}.^ children in patriotism Schrade, in his speech, said Braden did not say he was' the people are going to be misquoted, but that the state-] heard on this issue "naaybe^nient had been taken out of j not today, but maybe tomor- context. | TOT-" "For a newspaperman to ; -When we come up for re-! t ., stbnfc said, "and election they are^going to^re-^y that feople - m Hs own ' -»»v.,. ,^».. profession don't know what ( they're reporting isn't a mirk State Arts Commission Bill Passes Its Opening Test By BILL BOYARSKY SACRAMENTO CB -- Culture and Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh scored a victory in the Wednesday. ate a California Arts Com-1 "was ia accord with the gen- mission which would recom-'eral trend of spreading cul-1 mend ways cf enriching the tural activities out from larg- state's cultural life. Unruh, Los Angeles Demol * 8 « j l » t u r * c r a t . led a long line of wit-of the state." er cities to smaller commun-1 ities and indeed to every part nesses testifying for the] He noted that New York I The A s s e m b l y Govern-measure, i n c l u d i n g actor has a cultural program in mental Efficiency and Econ- Ralph Bellamy, president of,which $150,000 was appropri- omy Committee unanimously .Actors Equity Association. ated last year to underwrite approved Unruh's bai to ere- 1 Bellamy said the measure appearances of t h e a t r 1- 'cal groups, symphonies, art · exhibits and similar enterprises in small cities through- | out the state. ACTOK AALPH BELLAMY, president of Actors Equity Association, testifies Wednesday in Sacramento for bill creating California Arts Commission. Next to Bellamy is Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, author of the bill Conflict-of-Interest Bills Pass Assembly By JERRY 1IARRELL SACRAMENTO Wt--The Assembly passed two bills to tighten California's conflict-of-interest laws and voted to ; UNRUH. AMENDED t h e ] measure to take advantage of federal funds that might be available from a presidential I a key Erowu sftnmistntioa reco^Mer its 'defeat of In one of the most produc- sta te school House gave solid approval to point a coordinator for the member some of these votes.' he said. Republicans who voted for [along partisan lines, he said. know what'.Braden " decided it was i ~ W e examined the testi- HE LATER told newsmen ' m his 1v ^ : . that the six Republicans who t , JE NOTED that Braden'mony presented before the voted for Braden would have^ stattd ,, employe wrote^Rules Cemmittee and in the' an editorial which appeared press, and coutd find no com-, his newspaper after the pdling reason for rejecting election calling Rafferty a the nomination," he said. "Bircher." | The Republicans \-oting for w e r e D o n a l d L-'day informally i "Partisanship has no place in not a par- the education of our kids." Illegal Surgery Case Hearing Sel for Friday Freeway Iancs lo North Open measures by Assemblyman program to help--culturally Gordon R Winton Jr, D- disadvantaged" children. Merced, which would: A compronuse worked out Prohibit state employes, Wednesday to meet the GOP for two years after voluntari-objections vai ^ d al]ow - ly leaving their state jobs,) ' mol to jppoinj n of n from representing an-one ^embers of an advisory com business involving t h e i r mittce ^^ th e legislature the! former state agency. _ ^er six. The Require public officials to superintendent,' ^ VtarArts Foundation. He said I the 1963-64 state budget would contain $50,000 for the | commission. The bill probably will go to ! the Ways and Mean* Cnmnit- consideration of the chairman would appoint the Two men. arrested Satur Beach motel disclose any interest in 2 i :^ai fl 5 1 srss£i r r?s ^ The. northbound to^^^J^^tSS^^ the San Diego Freeway fromj rom x m " O S ';, tr ,,; nn x i cn rMrhpd ttic Hawthorne to El Segundo opened for traffic at 1:30 pm. Wednesday. The southbound lanes were opened Monday when the 2.6- The commission would have : appointed by the the consent of senators and I THE HOUSE agreed, 75-3. to reconsider a bill by Sen. J. iistration also reached the legislature. · SEN. JAMES A. Cobey, D- ]two assembljTneh would also I ' o jparticipate. The commission ?'" would submit a report to the governor and legislature in 1964. Asscmblj-man · Robert S. Stevens R-Los Angeles, had a question .for on* of them. a 19-year-old unmarried'jnjj, section cf the freeway dren But he didn't say whether Braden I he believed that Mr. Rafferty .Grunsky, Watsonville: Stan;*TM" » ·='-* M *"'-'"* ·"""----miie section ui u« »ec»«j ( ' ? is a 'Bircher: or not" said Pittman. Oronlle: Harold T.lpresnmt girl. w!ll have a pre- o ffieiaBy was dedicated. (now frequently drop out Schrade. Braden said he be-jsedgwick Yuba City, Vemon'linunary hemng Friday on R e c e n t rains prevented:school. i ° · _ ~ . i . t _ _ _ . * _i 11 _ijinn.* « -i »K^I^_ ·. i « _ _ _*· A*. » -- ._._A'L.i U iu.. A ' \f * jontv Eu«ene McAteer. D-San Fran- Merced, introduced a bill ^Leonard Shane,;; president cf r,-J« d«iCTiM to helo chil-shift the S o c i a l Welfare LOS Angeles Local 7 of the designed to help chil from slum areas Board's powers to set Democrats b^V^lAAkJ^, tJl. f.^*~it ou^j Bit. w |ij^\Ag v* '^*^r * **"-*» *-**J » · *,*»»%«jt,- * J KJS t. J l lieved the writer less accurate L Sturgeon, San Luis Obispo;'charges of attempted abor- completion of the northbound, . , · - · · -- '·:»- ! !anes until Wednesday, but|been unable to muster the than he expected a newspaperman to be. good.Wflliam Symons Jr., Laws.ition. - , land Howard Way, Exeter. Phillip Henry Wackerman that didn't stop thousands of two-thirds 1 _. . . . . '~r D^4 AA /4^. n«t/.h **A Paul m^*rtri«te v.+if\ thrtupM **of- Dass the c r « ^LM^^TI u ti?u *\/ c^i, i A^MA A »vy« ·*** t i a j « i^^n. *.«.·. i · **.*! ^- · ·.. ·* j - - -- -- ^ -- -- «- Referring to Braden's denial Sturgeon said the group of Redondo Beach and Paul motorists, who thought of-, that he or his newspaper had believed Democrats made a'Beyron Morris, of 164 WJfidaBy dedicated" mean just ever urged abolition of the'mistake by entering the non-!Chester Drive. Anaheim, both that, from creating a mam-. House Un-American Activities'partisan superintendent's race 49, have been arraigned be- |m oth traffic jam in the rvorth- Committce. Schrade said in a!last year but that if the GOP'Municipal Court Judge J. bound lanes Monday. pass the measure Tuesday in'group, the face of solid Republican I : year L . . .. 90-day period there were 2S|votcd as a bloc a g a i n s t Merrill Lilley. articles about the committee Braden "it would simply have; Judge Lilley set bail for in Braden's newspaper which'widened the breach.- BurnsWackerman. who appeared led his readers to urge his'also referred to the "tradi-hefore him Tuesday, at ouster from the Board of Edu- tion" of non-partisanship in $5,250. Bail for Morris, who to vote of Jmake regulations and conduct hearings to the director or had' social welfare, The board would needed · become to Jan advisory and Angeles American Federation of Musicians, AFL-CIO. 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