Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 24
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GEORGE M. MONTIERTH Heads Hayes Group POLITICS Goldwater Unit Books 3 Speakers By BOB HOUSER runul »»u. i, A»I i IMJ INDEPENDENT-- P*g« George Deukmejian, Charles M. Garrison and James A. Hayes, Republican candidates for Assembly in the 39th (old 70th) District of East Long Beach, will speak to the local chapter of Californians for Goldwater at 8 p.m. Thursday in Dana Branch Library, 3680 Atlantic Avc. Each candidate will speak for 10 minutes preceding an open question and answer session. The public is invited. · * · · D E U K M E J I A N issued a statement Monday calling for "immediate action to reduce the tragic crime rate In California." He said the state's more than 300,000 major crimes in 1961 exceeds the totals of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He praised enforcement agencies but attacked "the lack of state ac tion on strengthening exist ing enforcement laws or establishing new laws." D e u k m e j i a n criticized "certain" members of the As scmbly Criminal Procedures Committee for t h w a r t i n g needed legislation and even I n t r o d u c i n g negative and weakening legislation. He said his conferences with many enforcement officials disclosed that the greatest p e r c e n t a g e of major crimes committed in this area are committed by people be twccn ages 17 and 25 -- "If this is not stopped, our fu turc will hold nothing more than broken lives and in creased taxes to house and care for thousands of new criminals. "My pledge, when elected to the Assembly, is to introduce legislation that strengthen existing enforcement laws to aid our law en forccmcnt agencies . . . in their fight to stamp out crime In California." · · · · GEORGE M. MONTIERTH, 5521 Lonna Linda Drive, has been named general chairman of the Hayes for Assembly organization, working for the election of James A. Hayes ns~GOP assemblyman from the 39th District. Monticrth. an architect in Long Beach for about 20 years, now with the firm of Shelley, Monticrth and Zam- bonl, said he has known of Hayes" devotion to the highest standards of good government for many years. Mon- ticrth's acceptance statement, in part: "Jim has been a successful practicing attorney here in the city for more than 10 years and he has a legion of friends who are aware of his wonderful personality and his various successes in business and civic activities. "HIS CAMPAIGN platform is illustrative of his solid thinking on major Issues and his desire to stand on basic, fundamental rights of man and to preserve the tradition! of free enterprise without calling upon government at every turn . . . our opponents may appear to be well-entrenched, but we can assure you that Jim Hayes is in this campaign to win." R o s s m o o r Civic League will sponsor a "meet the can didate night" at 8 pjn. 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