Independent from Long Beach, California on February 3, 1960 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

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Page B-4--INDEPENDENT Lon ' B " ch ' c """ w ' d ' Fb - '· " M Olympics' Crisis Fund OK Near SACRAMENTO (#) -- Tin million dollar Squaw Valley snowy day fund sped dowi the legislative course Tuesday toward a final decision. Approval on a voice vote by the Assembly Ways and Means Committee left only one obstacle--a vote Wednesday by the full Assembly. Tiie bill to provide an extra million-dollar cushion for the winter Olympics has already passed the Senate 27-9. K needs a two-thirds majority in both houses. * * * * IN OTHER developments, bills were introduced to repeal the state's new cigarette tax and to exempt prescription medicines from the sales tax. Gov. Brown told his press conference it would be tragic for California if the Lcgisla ture cuts taxes this year. He said, in fact, that rising costs for schools, prisons an: mental hospitals leave no hope for a tax cut during his term of office, which ends in 1962. The cigarette tax repealer would cut revenues by 65 million dollars a year. The medicine exemption would cost the state five million dollars annually. · :* * * * OTHER BILLS have been put in to trim folir million dollars from state income] taxes. Brown wouldn't say he wil veto any tax cut. He said, In effect, -he would cross that bridge if he comes to it. He wouldn't preclude minor lax adjustments, he said, but op- oosed "whittling away" at itate revenues. If the Legislature can cut 100 million dollars from his 2'/2 billion dollar budget, the jovernor said he would "take i look at the whole picture ,n March." * * * * HE SAID he didn't think they could do it, however, and call his budget "austere." Usually the lawmakers increase, rather than decrease, the governor's p r o p o s e d spending program. . The Squaw Valley million, recommended by Brown, met some strong criticism in the Ways and Means Committee. However, it appeared it had the required 12 votes on the 22-member committee, although nobody demanded a roll call. While a simple majority will get an appropriation bii! out of committee, it takes a two-thirds vote of the full Assembly. Titan Passes Critical Test CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. W)--A power-packed Titan passed its most critical flight test Tuesday and took a s nificant step in its development as America's farthest- ranging military rocket. , The 91-foot giant soared into a clear sky and two minutes later its big second stage ignited with a burst of flame and carried a dummy warhead to an Atlantic target 2,000 miles away. The upper stage, which pours out 80,000 pounds thrust, is the biggest and most powerful pver fired in flight by the United States. This is the first time it has been fired. The success was the first In nine months for the Titan, which will have an eventual range of 9,000 miles, perhaps farther. It comes 'as three of congressional committees are poised to investigate failures which have plagued the program since last May. The last two Titans exploded on the pad. L. B. Marina Frontage (Naples) SOLD 11 LOTS 8 CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLE TERMS! I ! KIGHT REALTY 5556 E. 2nd St. GE 9-0935 HEALTH DON'T BE SICK G«l th« fictt of your cit from iplctaliit In chiropncllc prob- Um celel. YOU CAN BE WELL Find th» c«u» of your Illnm by having «n X-riy txtmlnatlon. Consultation wllhour obligation Call now for ·ppointmiirt DR. ROY E. HANSON, D.C. 919-925 ATLANTIC AYE. Ml. HE 6-7447 LONQ BEACH Only Admiral... first with the 23's, could do it! New e 23" TV* at the rice of ordinary 21! ·MW J**KI titw. mnl (Jliiwul. TKl iq. to. rlewabfe ii HEWS RRIEFS Adm. Harris to Command lltli District Rear Adm. Dale Harris wil succeed Rear Adm. Charles C. Hnrtman on April 1 a? commandant of the l l t l Naval District. The Navy announced Tues day that Rear Adm. Murr E Arnold, now commander flee air in Alameda, would in turn succeed Harris to the posl about July 1. Hartman is re tiring. Harris, currently commander fleet air in San Diego and commander naval air bases, l l t h Naval District will retain those duties during the interim appointment. MEETING The first scheduled genera meeting of the Naples 1m provement Assn. will be lick Monday, at 8 p.m., in the Naples Elementary Schoo A u d i t o r i u m . D r . Werner Ruchti, director of the Lonp Beach City Planning Commis sion, will be the speaker. LUNCHEON Lloyd A. Mcnveg, presidenl of the Los Angeles Board ol Harbor Commissioners, wil address a Catholic Maritime Clubs maritime industries luncheon today in Mary Star of the Sea auditorium, 830 W 8th St., San Pedro. HONORARY DINNER Mr. David Fcuer, Honorary President of Temple Israel will be the guest of honor at a dinner tendered to him bj the board of directors of Temple Israel Friday evening preceding the Sabbath Eve service, Max Z. Wisot, president of the congregation, announced. Bonn to Give Details of Race Incidents BONN (UPI)--The West G e r m a n government a n - nounced Tuesday it would publish an official white paper this month on the recent anti-Semitic incidents throughout the nation. Interior Minister Gerhard Schroedcr said the government would try to make sure the incidents are presented in proper prospective. AUTO SAFETY starts with n better car. Find yours in Classified under "Autos for Sale" today. Look now. TODAY'S · 'SPOT' . . . wont into mor» than 150,000 Southland hanei. ' Aik about 'Spot' Ad ratoi. ' HE 5 - 1 1 6 1 , Ex. 249, ln.de- pendent. Press-Telegram. See These Admiral Dealers! for Special Pricing and Terms! ANAHEIM . BROAD'.'/AY 444 North Euclid GEAACO STORES 9700 Lincoln GOLD'S FURN. 16/9 W. Crescent PALLEV'S APPLIANCE S09 E. Katelfa PALACE HI-FI 515 5. Brookhurst VAN'S ELECT. SPEC. 1144 N. East S(. ARTESIA LIL : B,V\AN FURNITURE 1870i S. 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