Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 2
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 2

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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ux luck, MTO, TUMI.. M* i. »u INDEPENDENT--Psgg A.3 SPEAKS AT FKTE FOR KENNICK Brown 'Happy as Underdog 9 By BOB HOUSER Piiitmi EWI«- Long Beach Wednesday honor Assemblyman Jose M. Kennick, cast himself in the role of political underdog, describing himself as "the 'Dorado Park East statement that he intends to ] Brown called state legisla-i serve the f u l l four years of jtive analyst A. Allan Post's'what would be his third term, recommendations to cut $18.8: . . . . million from his beach and 1 TAKING ON Republican park acquisition p rog r a m!lieutenant governor candidate "dead wrong." He said delayjRobert H. Finch. Brown ridi- in the purchase of these rec-;culed the Pasadena attorney's Kennick, likes to D-44th District, i, ,h i p u e -' ' reation sites "means less park : claim that his own lieutenant ff)r thg p^j^ money or no governor. G l e n n Anderson. was honored at a $100-a-plate dinner in the Lafayette Hotel by some 450 per- parks at all." attended sons. IN HIS speech. Brown said that during his five days in Washington earlier this week he kept getting a panicky feeling. "I feared that a new poll would come out and show that I had pulled ahead. But I'm delighted to find that the situation is normal. Pat Brown is the u n d e r d o g again." The governor praised Kennick as a man who has fought vigorously for the best terests of his district and of California. He singled out for praise Kennick's leadership on the new state college to be built in the Dominguez Hills area and in working with local officials to qualify jfor the first state grant to local govrnment under the 1964 recreation bond issue. and Los Angeles Mayor Sam- In an interview before his,"?' w - Y °rty should have talk, the governor respondeditaken into his confidence to statements by John A. Mc- with regard to imminent new Cone, chief of the commis- trouble in Watts, sion which investigated Watts August riots. the: Brown said proper notification to Los Angeles was given McCone earliet had chargediby way of his instruction to that civil rights groups haveJBrig. Gen. Roderic Hill of the agitated the Negro commu- " nity into violence by calling for extreme action. Said Gov. Brown: California National G u a r d . Hill was to have met Friday with Inspector John Powers of the patrol division to dis- of people. The whole thing I don't blame any group cuss what Rev. Douglas Ferrell told Brown was "a hell to remember in anything we'of a lot of unrest in the area." say or do is to emphasize that people must not violate the law. Those who do will be| arrested and prosecuted." * * * * HE REPLIED to GOP gubernatorial candidate Ronald Reagan, who suggested that Brown and President Johnson discussed during this week's conference a possible federal appointment for Brown. Brown denied there I any such talk of a federal job THE GRANT is for develop-l And he repeated the gist of a In his speech the governor elaborated on criticism of Post's r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s which he called "the falsest kind of economy." Recommended for deletion by Post, said Brown, are the $12-million S a n t a Monica Mountains project, the $2.5- million state park project at Coyote River valley and a $2-million project "that would add eight miles of priceless, primeval redwoods to the famed Avenue of the Giants ment of the new 429-acre El'Washington press conference'in Humholdt County." ASSEMBLYMAN Joseph M. Kennick (left) and Gov. Edmund G. Brown meet prior to $100-a- plate dinner in I^fayette Hotel. Some 450 persons attended fete to honor Kennick, D-44th District. r ,1 -, TRAVEL ROUTES TO Nuclear-powered cruiser USS Long Beach, moored at Pier E in Long Beach - Harbor, will be open to the public Saturday and Sunday .and the following £ weekend between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Map shows best routes to reach PierE. '£Signs will be erected at various locations throughout Long Beach to guide ..'.visitors. No one will be permitted to get in l i n e a f t e r 3 p.m. each day. 'Cameras will be permitted. A-Cruiser's Officers, Men Caught Up in Social Whirl Another busy social day faces the officers and men of the USS Long Beach to- 'day. All officers will he guests -·I a fellowship hour and ; luncheon in the Lafayette Hotel at noon. Hosts are the city, Chamber of Commerce, Down- iown Long Beach Asso- ;ciates, Independent Business Men's Association and | Long Beach Naval Shipyard .Employees Association. cd with a ship's clock for display on board. A l s o Wednesday night (he Fleet Locker hosted a crew get-together for the men who had duty during Tuesday night's party. During the day, the City Armed Services Commission and city, county and state officials toured the nuclear cruiser. Alternate to SCAG Discussed in L.A. I, P-T LSI Angttai lorou I A proposed alternate to the Southern California! n*f Commerce Association of Government was discussed by the Los' t"ip Angeles City County's planning committee Wednes-i at 10 a.m. .Long Beach Port jday, but the three-man group took no action. ·Ambassadors and skippers !of the small-craft welcom- 'ing fleet are scheduled at ,'2 p.m. ; Each louring g r o u p is .being presented with a picture of the ship, courtesy .'of the Shipyard Employes Association. i Wednesday n i g h t , the ' Long B e a c h's crewmen , were guests of honor at an ' A r m e d Services YMCA ! dance. Capt. Frank H. Price Jr. presented * plaque and ''autographed the Y's big ·picture of the ship shortly after the dance got under way. At noon Wednesday, the Port of Long Beach feted the captain and his department heads at Reef Luncheon. Capt. Price was present$16,500 Cash Stolen From Residence - · Councilman Louis R. Now- Car Smashes Window of Liquor Store Police were searching late Wednesday for a sloppily dressed man who fled on foot after driving his car into a Long Beach liquor store earlier in the evening. The car slammed into Bunk's Liquor, 740 E. Anaheim St., at 6:02 p.m. after colliding with two other vehicles. None of the drivers, however, was injured, officers reported. Wine was knocked from shelves and front wall and plate glass window of the store were destroyed by the crash. Moderate damage was in- .curred to the other two ve- ' hides, driven by Cora Lee ir ,ker, 50, of 2524 E. Esther ell, committee member and! author of the three-county j planning group with which he' would replace the six-county' SCAG, said he would bring in! a "minority report" to the full council. * * * * THE LOS ANGELES council is scheduled to consider membership in SCAG at its Monday meeting. Fifteen cities and two counties--Orange and Ventura- were represented at the planning committee m e e t i n g Wednesday, but only about eight of the representatives addressed the committee. ; Orange County Supervisor' David L. Baker, who was, typical of most of the city and county officials speaking, said the Orange County board prefers SCAG to Nowell's proposal. The City of Long Beach, also a member of SCAG, had planned to be represented at the meeting, hut decided not to attend because it does not (St., and Owen R. Dohner, 70.1 of 2094 Eucalyptus Avr. Police said the suspect was ; · Burglars stole $16.500 in^rp^sed in a white sports rap.! cash and $2,000 worth of a i oose blue sport snirt anc| ! Jewelry Wednesday from the dark pants, residence of Charles White at- , 2460 Pine Ave. , Burglar Loots Car ' White, a 63-year-old restau- " . ·rant owner, told Officer D. A.! on Parking Lot Skelton he discovered the loss! A burglar cut through Wednesday when he returned j sport car's cloth top at a from a three-day vacation. .Douglas Aircraft Co. parking Skelton said e n t r y wasjlot and removed propertylday gained by smashing the glasslworth over $260. owner Lau-1 Mrs. Caroline I. Wilson, of. Knocks Down, Grabs Purse , of Woman, 84 ] A stocky man wearing dark clothing stole a purse from an; i'i84-year-old woman in f r o n t , i of 322 W. Fifth St., the vie-'. tim reported to police Wednes- \ of a rear bedroom window. He said the cash was taken dyke Ave.. Westminster rent C. Quay, of 6541 Klon- . 445 Chestnut Ave., told offi- tnlH r^r? the thief knocked her to from a metal cabinet safe,ipolice Wednesday. jthe ground and grabbed the, which had been pried openj Stolen was a wallet con-!purse before fleeing down an; 'with a screwdriver and a fire-ltair,ing $132. a $130 carr,er»Jalley. rlace poker. ; S26 cigarette lighter and the; Mrs. Wilson v:u treated at The jewelry -- three wom-jignition switch. Guay said.iSt. Mary's Hospital f.-/r a, fn's rings and H diamond set'Thc hurglary oornrrod on theiknee injury. She said the! --were taken from a bedroomllot at Lakewood Boulevard!purse contained $15 and per- r 8k»lton i«id. '*nd Conint Avenut. 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