Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
Page 7
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Literature Project .1* T Hastings to Stump 420 Precincts in Campaign · County OKs $3-Million Lease Sites in L.B. Both I.P.T IM MMM ivtw ;BOV/I i nc ,, monthly rental of .will pay a monthly rental of office space and 149 off-street °" ul ·8 reem « nt * w ~ -**. Two 20-ye.r leaser ,nvolv.; $4M5 ^ feet ..^ ^ ^ Qvcr t h e parki placcs and the coun . come effective M soon M th* Ho g n a ha°ve bT.n foDroved « "»« Long Beach B l v d . lease will be $1,361.040. |ty will pay a monthly rent of l a n d l o TM s , com P^* "» «-\ Will H.stin gJ , Democratic personality. Unless every can- ^J^ £££%%£]** A « °" * re « P» rkin s!. B ° UleV ' rd Wl J " C wi "'$ 7 ' 347 ^^ wi » total *'' 763 - provements ' wpervliorl Wet » candidate for Assembly in the didate seeking local elective vide addition*! space for the i spices. 39th District, said Wednes-office makes a personal ef- Long Beach office of the Bu- Supervisors were told that AI conference marking thejdny hi. will walk and talk fort to see the people face toireau of Public Assistance. : the district office needs about i start of a comparative litera-jthrough all of the district's - ' " ' P1% ---.'«- ~ '(provide 36,460 square fret of'280 over the span of the lease, told. tur% v -program leading to a 420 precincts in a one-man machine for public office." bachelor's degree will be held uprising against the "a u t o- Hastings' research committee announced it could find March 26 at Long Beach State mated candidate. l!ha all-day conference will feature a dinner address on a u t o m a t e d candidate, the face, we might as well run a The P rcsem officc °« u P ies i 10.700 additional square feet adjacent buildings on L o n g Beach Boulevard north of Pacific Coast Highway owned »*, -- ~ TM We are corning danger . no precedent for this kind of , , ,, , .. .. , .saturation candidate visit in ously close," he said, "to the the ^ 40 years Oriental literature by Dr. P^ter Carr, Long Beach State English professor. Attending, besides LBSC professors, will be college, junior college and high school Hastings said his concern kind of candidate that de-' ; f or wanting to know what the pends on polls for his positions, tabulator cards for his ideas and computers for his Dr. Donald Heiney, chairman of the comparative literature instructors of world literature department at UC, Irvine; and throughout the area. ·LECTURES will be presented by Dr. Basil Busacca, professor of comparative litera- of office space and more parking. Because no offices are L j ,t . 1 ji -j ;available in the a r e a , the by two different landlords. ! boar(( was askerf Jo The county has been P ay-, the 20 . year p a c t s I'" w h i c h the two landlordsl ;" agreed to expand their exist- TM h voters think has led him to undertake his walking project! Los Angeles Dr. David Malone, chairman of the USC comparative liter- starting Saturday. "Every election," he said, "we see more candidates running their campaigns f r o m offices or headquarters, relying for contact with the vot- 000 square feet at 1917-31 Long Beach Blvd. and 87 off-street p a r k i n g 1 spaces. . buildi '" B DU " ain S s - ature department. The LBSC comparative lit- year, with the first diploma tijre at Occidental College;|to be awarded in June. the telephone. Even worse is the fact that many candidates erature program started this hire professionual staffs to do almost all of the campaign 'work." Drowns in Tub APTOS, Calif. (UPI) T ,, E n e w agrec . ment, Sully-Miller Land Co. will provide 29,600 square feet of office space and 87 parking spaces, and the county TOWNWAY'-alwayi a standard of value in its price range--an even better buy for Spring '66! er on ads, mass mailings or Margaret Gray, 14, drowned! Wednesday in the bathtub of her h o m e here. Sheriffs'! deputies said she may have: fainted or fallen and struck iher head. 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