Independent from Long Beach, California on February 28, 1969 · Page 34
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 34

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Friday, February 28, 1969
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C-6-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) LMI BMAr CtHf., fru Ht. O, i"«f FOR MARINE FIRJMS Pier J Building Lease OKd A combine of oceanographic firms, currently headquartered in Palos Verdes Estates, received approval from Long Beach Harbor Department Thurs- day to sublease a 36,000- square-foot building on Pier J that was the former headquarters of the Van Camp Seafood Co. The building will become All Scotches are good. One Scotch is so good its the worMs best seller. Johnnie\\lkerRed (THE SMOOTH SCOTCH) the location for corporate headquarters of Symcon Marina Corporation, M. J. Richardson, Inc., and Marine Industries Association. The sublease is for * five-year period with a monthly rental of $5,000. Holder of the master lease is the Ralston Purina Co. which bought the Van Camp Seafood Co. «nd moved the company's administrative offices to St. Louis. Ths building was at one time considered by the U.S. Coast Guard as possible headquarters for the l l t h Coast Guard District, but lacked necessary space, the Const Guard subsequently determined. Council Adopts Insurance Plan for Queen Mary A contract with Bayly, Martin Fay, Inc., as brokers to negotiate insurance coverage for the Queen Mary for the year ending Dec. 10, 1969, has been approved by the City Council. The insurance will cover full marina perils, including protection and indemnity, fire, extended coverage, vandalism, malicious mischief and sprinkler leakage. The limits of coverage will continue at $5 million through March 10 and thereafter w i l l be escalated at an e s t i m a t e d $1,450,000 a month to a limit of $19.5 million by Dec. 10. PSYCHOLOGY PROF WILL TALK ON ROLE OF LIBRARY Long Beach City College psychology instructor William D. McGrath. director of the campus Learning Improvement Center, will address the California Association of School Librarians conference today in the Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles. John E. Geyer, LBCC head librarian, presided over the opening session Thursday of the association^ three-day conference. Other LBCC participants in the conference include librarians Bess E. Olson and Mrs. Joycelyn Proust. _ COLLEGIANS SING FOR CHURCH MINI-BUS Pat McDonagh, 21, president of the Pomona College Women's Glee Club, and Graydon Beeks, 20, president of the Men's Glee Club, blend voices in anticipation of the March 7 concert to be presented by the noted choirs at Long Beach Church of the Brethren. Beneficiary will be Long Beach Area Council of Churches, to help pay for an all-purpose 12-seater bus. The 50- voice choirs are just back from an acclaimed tour of the West. Others pic tured, from left, are concert general chairman Edward C. Purnell, Church Council executive Rev. Don Lindblom, Raymond Gillingham, president of Memorial Hospital Foundation. Study Airport Flight Path Limits (·····»····«·····*·******···**··*··**··*· 'WESTERN NATIONAL ' Councilmen have voted to ask Long Beach Assemblymen Mike Cullen and James A. Hayes to seek a legislative counsel opinion on a pending bill to establish height limits on airport approach corridors. The council took the action on recommendation of Us legislative commit- tee which, in discussing the measure, Senate Bill No. 6, heard it might be unconstitutional. Senate Bill 6 would establish maximum heights to which structures could be built on property under the approaches to public airports. Opponents have conlenrlcd the measure would, In effect, condemn air rights of private property without compensation. City Attorney Leonard Putnam told the legislative committee that in 1965, the state legislative counsel had ruled a similar bill probably would be. held unconstitutional by the courts. pUflWES TO IIKURT YKHTS) MARINE MARCH 8-16 MOIROPEII mggwK « w -KEKnms u now ACCESSORIES DISPLAYS SAIUNStBOATUMUSMliS (UNDESTOOceunuism) Wl^ E N T E R DODG BULLS-EYE BUYS at G. Ft. YOUR PULL LINE DEALER GLENN E. THOMAS CO. is proud of the finest staff of professional automobile salei perunnit in the industry. Any of our men can help solve your motoring pleasures. He is a feeder in eur community and your neighbor. We hope yo» will come in and moke hit acquaintance. DART '69 WESTERN SPORT SPECIAL Two-door flartftop. Standard Irons* nbiloFi, btalir, vinjl fop, whil* iid will tlri Diiuii vhitt u- SI in, torptti. Loll el chromi. Stock #9-303 CHARGER '69 '2299 Se» this tt apprtclitt. fqulppt4 "" f^"' M«, 225, e erliiw CORONET '69 2-Denr Sidon. Tht hoi 440 nedil Tinted wtndhlldd, llonJotd tract- J fntisian. All factory l(iu!pm«Qt. 5tg:k#9-12.0nlr 3-Oo« HirdHi. lucltl net* outonotlt, fnrir ItMrinj and '2799 '69 SAVE THISWI£CHDt4nt.Jik*».11S. Match Yourself Up With One of Our Salesmen MIKE WALDWYN ART PARRA ART NELSON Gtrwal Salts Manage* "FOR THE BEST DEAL-AND A GREAT DEAL MORI"-SEE US! 'YOUR FULL LINE" I OM/" k DCA/*LJ 0»er2SO Mew Cars to Choose From LONO BEACH LOW BANK FINANCING 340 Anaheim St. 4i.V.s.cr.Ap*reT«JCredit [^ Since ^ 1909 DOD6E Dealer PHONE HE 7-6491

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