Independent from Long Beach, California on March 23, 1976 · Page 15
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LBSU plans services for Dr, Sam Poilach Memorial services for Dr. Sam Poilach, a popular l,ong B e a c h State U n i v e r s i t y e d u c a t i o n professor, are pending at the college. Poilach, 54, died Friday a f t e r ' h e a r t surgery at Community Hospital. P r i - vate services were held Monday at his home. Poilach taught in the college's e l e m e n t a r y education department and was the department's field experience coordinator for student teachers. He had served as vice chairman of the college's Academic Senate and was secretary of the Senate at the time of his death. Poilach was an activist both on and off campus. He was an energetic worker for civil rights and former president of the col- l e g e ' s c h a p t e r of the American Federation of Teachers. In 1968 Poilach and Dr. Peter Carr led a protest march on Sacramento protesting cuts in the education budget made by Gov. Ronald Reagan. Poilach was a l s o an accomplished artist. His work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the Los Angeles area and his paintings are in private collections throughout the nation. Poilach is survived by his wife, Suzanne; (our children, Karen, Donna, Sammie and Gideon; a sister, and three brothers. College officials said a date for memorial services on campus has not been set. They said donations will be welcome to a memorial scholarship f u n d in Pollach's name in care of the university's foundation. LBSU'S DR. SAM POLLACIl Artist, Activist, Educator Santa Monica rites set for Jeanne Nesvig From Our L.A. Bureau Memorial services for Jeanne Nesvig, wife of recently retired County Personnel Director Gordon Nesvig, will be held Saturday in the St. Augustine by the Sea E p i s c o p a l Church in Santa Monica. Mrs. Nesvig, 50, died Sunday at the family residence in Graeagle, Calif., after suffering a heart attack. The Nesvigs had lived in the Santa Monica area (or the past 10 years until his retirement this month. In lieu of flowers, the ( a m i l y requests contributions be sent to the Rancho Los Amigos Hospital patient welfare (und designated for the problem- back service. City seeks candidates for expanded Board of Health L.A. hearing on Alaska gas rescheduled The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners will consider a proposed lease agreement with the Western Liquified Natural Gas Co. during its meeting April 21. Originally t h e commission was to consider the agreement and certify the Environmental I m p a c t Report covering the proposed LNG terminal on Terminal Island during its meeting Wednesday. But the department's general manager, Fred B. Crawford, told the commssion t h e s t a f f needed more time to review the lease agcemenL The meeting in April will be held in Room 39 in the Consolidated Marine Terminal in San Pedro. Meanwhile, in Washing- Ion, the Senate Interior- Commerce Committee has s c h e d u l e d h e a r i n g s Wednesday and Thursday to hear panels of LNG exp e r t s focus on possible legislative a c t i o n s t h a t might be taken to deal with the problem of bringing the natural gas from the Alaskan fields. [AM) FKbSS-ftLEGKAM [PM ·SPIRES* Several vacancies exist on Ihe Long Beach Board of Health, and the city m a n a g e r ' s o f f i c e h a s asked i n d i v i d u a l s o r organizations who wish [o suggest n a m e s of candidates do so as soon as possible. The deadline for making nominations is Thursday, C i t y Manager J o h n R. M a n s e l l s a i d . N a m e s should be sent to the city manager's office in City Hall, 205 W. Broadway, along with a brief resume of (lie candidate. Some of the vacancies occurred because of a new C i t y Council policy [Smiling board members to two terms, but others result from t h e recent council action of expanding the board from 7 to 11 members. The Board of Health now is made up of three licensed physicians, one l i c e n s e d d e n t i s t , o n e pharmacist, one person holding membership in the National Congress of Parents and Teachers and five public members. With t h e exception of one physician m e m b e r who is up for reappoint- menl, all of the olhcr positions are open, officials said. The Board of Health advises the City Council, city You get a lot of readership for pennies when you use a Classified Ad! HE 2-5959 manager and city health officer on all matters pertaining to public health hi Ihe City of Long Beach. P r o s p e c t i v e m e m b e r s must tc residents of Long Beach and qualified voter. XI ROX COLOR COPT PRINTS From .'=-, eiCTAN Uf 10 «^" i 10" WEDNESDAY served from 3 to 10 p.m. out Steak ANAHEIM Dill Rd at Euclid BELL Florence Avo. at Walker CARSON Wilmington al S D. Fwy CEFIfmOS Alondra al G05 fv?t COS1A MESA 3125 Harbor Blvii DOWNEY riiesloTM at Downey Blvd. E. FULLEfUON Placcnlia Ave. atClwpman W. 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