Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 9
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PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) .. r m ,t., ;». v. i» Brown frees $8 million for homemaker services SACRAMENTO (UPD- Gov. Brown ordered the i m m e d i a t e release Wednesday of $8.4 million to continue operation of threatened h o m e m a k e r services for the blind, aged and disabled. · Without the "emergency" allotment, B r o w n said, some counties would run out of money for the services within weeks. A b o u t 66,000 C a l i f o r - nians receive help under the program in cooking meals and houseclcaning. The governor explained at a Capitol news conference that the money already had been appropri- a t e d and - was ' S i t t i n g "dormant" i n ' t h e treas- u r y . "We're preventing the federal government from taking it," he said. Brown did not commit himself to future support of the program. The J8.4 million is only part of a forecast $17-million deficit facing homemaker s e r v ices t h i s f i s c a l y e a r , which ends June 30. He said a systematic review of homemaker services would be undertaken and suggested an "innovative approach" might allow for continued services without extra money. Assemblyman B a r r y Keene, D-Eureka, who attended the n e w s confer- ence, said he would push his bill to make up for the full $17 million deficit, but would keep in touch with the governor. Keene said the services were "fiscally sound" be- 'cause t h e y allowed disabled and elderly persons to stay at home and not have to be cared for full- time at an institution. Also at the news confer- e n c e was Sen. George Moscone, D - S a n Francisco, who suggested the $8.4 million would suffice to keep the program alive right now and matching federal dollars might be sought to ease the state burden in the future. Housing bill action vowed in 90 days S A C R A M E N T O ( U P I ) - Assembly Spea.ker Leo T. M c C a r t h y said Wednesday a major housing bill to create jobs a n d homes in California should be on Gov. Brown's desk in 90 days. "Housing is one area that will have the greatest i m p a c t on unemployment in California," McCarthy said. Two bills calling for $300 million in revenue bonds for low- ' a n d m o d e r a t e ? i n c o m e housing have been approved by the Senate Local G o v e r n m e n t Committee. Mail-order practices eyed by consumer unit DATING SERVICE, SUED SACRAMENTO (UPD- The state Department of C o n s u m e r A f f a i r s Wednesday l a u n c h e d a program to protect consumers from potentially f r a u d u l e n t mail-order sales practices. The department said television, radio, news- p a p e r a n d m a g a z i n e s c a r r y a d v e r t i s e m e n t s which contain only a post office box as an address of the advertiser. The department said it was sending a letter to p r i n t a n d b r o a d c a s t media' urging compliance with a state law which p r o h i b i t s a d v e r t i s i n g goods or services for sale without full disclosure of the business address. Department D i r e c t o r Patricia Cayman said, "The consumer has the right to know with whom he is dcl^ iu::-?rr ??' H the location of (hat busi- ne SACRAMENTO (UP!)- *_·».. QJJJ. Fr»!!» Vmmg- er'wednesday filed suit in Superior Court accusing a Sacramento c o m p u t e r dating service of making u n t r u e or m i s l e a d i n g statements to clients. . Y o u n g e r said clients were told by Computer .Dating, Inc.,: thit. ail clients would be thoroughly i n v e s t i g a t e d , they would.. receive 1 tovMO dates per month, and s c i e n t i f i c '··· matchi'ng ({ii-nngh psychological t e s t i n g ' and "computers w o u l d result in highly compatible dates. ness. · weic LUIU uy v"vi.. r .-.~- . gilllliUllluilHIHIIHIIIIHIIIW^ i y=1 CT IN LONG BEACH ~ INTEREST COMPOUNDED SAVINGS ARE NOW FEDERALLY INSURED UP TO $40,000 NEW CERTIFICATE RATES 6V2% 73/4% ONE YEAR SIX YEAR $1,000 Minimum $1,000 Minimum And Other Savings Plans m TM J » » n T i . - iCall our office for details EARNINGS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR Brown's new smog board talks tough SACRAMENTO OJPD Gov. Brown's t h r e e appointees to the Air Resources B o a r d met formally for the first time Wednesday and b e g a n talking tough about smog. Chairman Tom Quinn, a close associate of the governor, set the tone with the declaration that Brown "would like to look back four years from now and see that something was accomplished in this field." Quinn also announced the board would "examine the possibility" of tightening up California's a u t o m o b i l e - e m i s s i o n standards for 1977 vehicles. "We have a governor who for the first time is putting air pollution as a top priority," said Quinn, who served as campaign m a n a g e r a n d d e p u t y secretary of state for Brown. The two other members of the board, whose app o i n t m e n t s were announced a day earlier, are Robert F. Sawyer, engineering professor at the University of California at Berkeley, and Mary D. N i c h o l s , Los A n g e l e s attorney. Two seats on the part- time board are yet to be filled. The preceding board, under former Gov. Ronald Reagan, twice extended the current 1975 emission standards, first to cover 1976 cars to give manufacturers a period of stabilization and then again to 1977 c a r s because of added costs t h a t would come f r o m stricter requirements. "Our intention is to review the previous board action," Quinn said. "What we do here with regard to 1977 standards may set a precedent for the rest of the nation." Panel OKs bank-taxing bill Our State Bureau The measure, w h i c h SACRAMENTO -- A now moves to the Assem- constitutional amendmenl bly floor, strikes down a lowering the minimum constitutional p r o v i s i o n vote for raising bank and first enacted in 1910 which corporation t a x e s won requires a two-thirds vote overwhelming a p p r o v a l in e a c h h o u s e of the Wednesday in the Assem- Legislature to raise -- or bly Revenue and Taxation lower -- bank and corpo- Committee. ration taxes. Under the measure by Reply uncorked Assemblyman Bill Green, D-Los Angeles, only a for bottled note s i m p l e m a j o r i t y vote would be needed -- the SAN LEANDRO (AP) -- same vote required for A honeymooning couple raising sales and income who tossed notes in cham- taxes, pagne bottles into the W e d n e s d a y ' s vote mid-Atlantic last summer represented an i n i t i a l have received best wishes victory for liberal Demo- for a happy marriage C rats and G o v . Brown from a French girl they w ho have vowed to strike never met. down the two-thirds tax Stig and Laurie Medby safeguard e n j o y e d by said they got a letter in subiness. French last week from Similar legislation last Chantal Laboudigue, 13, year died in the Senate, of Landes, France, whose but chances of success father snared one of the are c o n s i d e r e d m o r e bottles while fishing hi the favorable this y e a r be- Bay of Biscay in mid- c a u s e of strengthened December. .Democratic majorities in Of particular interest to law enforcement security RIII B PY ^EiUfi^ WP^f DtfaihRi 9 "· ilwvr B W I Miracle space age material of amazing strength. Weighs less than 2 Ibs. ^^S^H e Concealed, thin enough to be y^^^H worn under ihirt · ^ ^*'« · Comtortable-ioH pliable can _s^$\^st~-^ Undetectabte X^flS^ffif Adjustable Jrtl \ " " / P^ Can be pul on in seconds /**$ . . .~*. . Ok Can ^ "j 0 " 1 b ' "* n TM wonen . S' ^i Kseiff?*ssrr r^ ron ° r r ? n ° n c ^'° K lon T' \B^^ l«"ed"w'i* ^r.38. CS%g%| ' [' 1 .scsasli. f f r H ' 45 colil " bulle ". ^^ i 1 ' ^^..^ H ^ " 7 " 1 °u 1 a°BJ«t'B ©F /''[BKOS li MAiaiM ll.l£^^*^VU 1 M**iaTMIPB 1 775 Pacific Ave. (just south of PCH) Long Beach «AN«MitiauojusTu CH»IOE 599-6315 both houses. The Assembly committees endorsed the measure on a 9-2 vote Wednesday even though lobbyists for b u s i n e s s interests argued that the two-thirds vote, while specifically intended to benefit business, had also helped hold the line on general taxes paid by the public. All nine votes were case by Democrats. The two opposing votes were cast by Republicans. Ex-employe of state held in welfare fraud SACRAMENTO (AP) County officials say a former state bookkeeper has been arrested on charges of collecting more than $2,000 a month in welfare through a series of fake names and disguises. Geraldine Chapman of Sacramento faces a hearing next week on a total of 33 charges including forgery, credit card fraud, perjury to obtain a false driver's l i c e n s e and receiving stolen property. Mrs. Chapman was able to collect more than $18,000 in aid payments and food s t a m p s in recent months. James Andrews, chief of the Sacramento County welfare investigation bureau, said Wednesday. A former clerk typist for the state Employment D e v e l o p m e n t D e p a r t - ment, Mrs. Chapman used five names and a number of disguises to collect . Per Person Per Ni^ht (2 in a Room) $9 Special includes F R E E : Continental Breakfasts - Golf Bingo · Keno · Cocktails Casino Lounge Entertainment Los Angeles Phone: 657-6033 627-8287 735 ' 5156 CALL TOLL FREE - 800-6.T4-6700 Aladdin Direct: 702-736-0111 Or Call Your Travel Agent If left untouched, the 1977 standards for California would put the state behind the federal government in emission limits. C u r r e n t l y , California's standards are the toughest in the nation. The board also heard a summary of a final report on wide variances in the measurement of oxidants over the city of Los Angeles. Calibrations by the board's -staff have been about 30 per cent higher · Funds received by the 10th of any month earn from the first of the month. Funds received after the 10th earn from' the date of receipt. Funds earn from day ot deposit to day of withdrawal on passbook accounts. . . = FREE Sofe Deposit Box, Travelers' Checks, Notary Public Service - «·· _ _ ^ · i .· . .o it .·_ - - * » _ _ . » _ . **.L (*· 1AAA ftl!.*iMiiM *·!* X XMp±; 1 Mon^rs" a"nd N^^llertion^ervice with $1000 Minimum Balance Control District. A team of scientists charged with investigating the discrepancies concluded that the board's measurements were 25 to 30 per cent high and the district's slightly low. The scientists recommended a different method of calibrating oxidant levels. The figures alerts. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS OF LONG BEACH HOT THI tARCEST - JUST Om OF THE BEST Open Unlit --.«.«,-. _ I Ba*nB° PHONE 6 P.M. Fridays FIRST and 135 E. OCEAN AVE, At Our Rear Entrance [725XIMENOAVE. ' lFREi'MIKING =1||||||||||||||||)||||||i|||il||j|||||||||||||||lll!lllllllllllilimilllllt!llirH ' WE'VE REGROUPED, REPRICEO, READIED OUR ENTIRE STORE FOR MAXIMUM SAVINGS- CLEARING OUR SHELVES FOR INVENTORY. ORIG. $99.50 TO $120 2-TROUSER SUITS! 3-PC. MATCHMAKERS! WOOLS! WOOL BLENDS! KNITS! PROPORTIONED-FiT SLACKS ORIG. $64.50 $70 ORIG. $20 $23 KN ITS! TEXTURIZED WOVEN POLYESTERS! KNITS! TEXTURIZED WOVEN POLYESTERS! SOLIDS AND PATTERNS! FINE OUTERWEAR ORIG.$18TO$140 NOW $5.99 NOWS5.99TOS9.99 NOW $7.99 TO $16.99 NOW $7.99 TO $14.99 NOW $2.99 $8, $9, S10 PERMANENT PRESS SHIRTS. S8TOS14 WOVEN £ KNITSFORT'SHIRTS $10 TO $25 KNIT STYLE SHIRTS $10 TO $25 SWEATERS $4.50. $5.50. $6.50 NECKWEAR 20\o38 % OFF Pedigreed Leathers! Full-bodied Fabrics! Most are warmly pile or quilt lined! 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