Independent from Long Beach, California on January 24, 1975 · Page 12
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 12

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Friday, January 24, 1975
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PRtSS-TtltGRAM (PM) m* mdi. etui. M, j««. *, im State, insurance 1 l*,l 2, " ' industry bias on women charged SACRAMENTO (UPD -The head of a state organization on women Thursday charged the insurance, industry and the state deliberately discriminate against women in providing health, disa- "· bility and unemployment insurance.'' ·- ; Anita Miller, who chairs the state Commission on the Status of Women, called for sweeping reform legislation to wipe ou* "false assumptions" that lead to inadequate health care and inadequate job protection for women^in California. MS. Miller called for support of measures providing complete health coverage for pregnancies, ANITA MILLER ^Tells Bias Findings --AP Wirephoto extended disability and unemployment benefits for working women, and elimination of any reference to sex in establishing coverage rates. The outlined'recommen- dations were part of a six- month study prepared by the commission on the type of insurance coverage women receive in California. ; "Health insurance accounts for two^hirds of the insurance industry," .. Ms. Miller said. "But the evidence clearly demonstrates that that is the area in which women are most d i s c r i m i n a t e d against." She charged the commission study showed that 90 per cent of all health services required by women were "fertility related" but t h a t the industry has labeled pregnancies as a "voluntary and an intentional condition" ineligible for health benefits. "It is naive to assume that a condition so very important to the family should be so carelessly regarded." she said. She said the benefits often fell far short of physician and hospital costs during pregnancies. Ms. Miller added that increased health insurance would only cost 62 cents a m o n t h for women em- ployes and $4 a month if included on the husband's policy. LAWMAKER FINED IN DRUNK DRIVING SACRAMENTO '(AP) Assemblyman John Thurm a n , chairman of the Agriculture Committee, pleaded guilty to drunken driving Wednesday and was fined $315. Democrat and a dairyman, entered the guilty' plea before_Municipal Court Judge Thomas G. Daugherty 1 ; a court spokesman said. He. was given a choice ?( 2 fino nr IS Aays in iail New look on the floor Freshman Assemblyman Richard Robinson, D-Santa Ana, one of the few lawmakers sporting a beard in the Capitol, chats with .fellow Assemblyman Bill Lockyer· on the lower house floor,. Thursday.. · · Younger backs tough bills on mandatory prison terms SACRAMENTO (AP) - AHy. Gen. Evelle Younger strongly endorsed three bills Thursday that would impose mandatory prison terms on drug pushers, violent criminals and rep e a t e d l y convicted burglars. Y o u n g e r , the only Republican a m o n g California's constitutional officers, said the bills would deter criminals. "There is strong.and increasing evidence t h a t our criminal justice system is too o f t e n a revolving door," he told a I.D. card uniformity urged SACRAMENTO (AP) -A legislative report said Thursday the state university and colleges system could save $34,000 a year by purchasing student; identification cards for all campuses at once. Auditor General Harvey Rose said in the report to the -Joint Legislative Audit Committee that 12 of the 19 campuses of the system bought the I.D. cards on their own. The cost of the photo I.D. cards -- made to specifications issued by the system's chancellor -varied from 70 cents to 98 cents each. And the report said that, for example, the sys- t e m ' s Pomona campus had to ask for bids three times because that campus wanted Cards with stricter specifications than those on other campuses. "The lack of (centralized) control makes possible the w a s t e of the public's time and money," said Asembly- m a n Bob Wilson, D-La Mesa, chairman of the committee. RQOLEY'S E LITTON if WWfcfa I If Microwave Cooking DEMONSTRATION! FRIDAY, 3:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. SftT. SUN., 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. II I!) 11 lif mi New Litton solid-state Vari-CookTM oven control makes it possible. In up to one-fourth the time. For the first time, the new Litton MinutemaMer* "41 to" microwave oven lets you set the cooking speed. With Van Cook infinite oven control, you change speeds as you change foods: Cook, reheat, roast, simmer, warm, defrost -or any microwave speed in between Litton... changing thewayAmericaCook§. Make the change to microwave. Taste a Litton microwave cooking demonstration. IN OUR MAJOR APPLIANCE BUiLDiNG ardware Mart G BEflCH BUD. NORTH LONG BEACH Capitol news conference. "In far too many cases...dangerous criminals are back on the streets after the 'inconvenience' of a trial." The measures Younger backed included one by Sen. George Deukmejian, R-Long Beach, that would forbid probation for those convicted of crimes with the use of firearms. "This measure will prevent a judge for granting probation to a convicted felon who used a gun in a robbery, b u r g l a r y , assault, rape, kidnap, murder or prison escape," said Deukmejian. The other bills endorsed by Younger would forbid probation for persons convicted of selling heroin and cocaine and for felons convicted a third time for burglary. "Fifty-two percent of those convicted of pushing heroin or cocaine have never seen jail," said Sen. Alan Bobbins, D-Van Nuys, author of the drug bin. He said his bill is modeled on a measure passed last year by the New York state legislature. The bill on burglars was authored by Sen. Dennis Carpenter, R Newport Beach. to' and chose money. ' iT^JE Police said Thurman's new Cadillac was weaving on a downtown Sacra^n^rf to street just before midl night Jan. 15 and nearly. hit a parked car. JANUARY NOW AT t H ! ANNUAL BALDWINPIANO ORGA! INVENTORY CLEARANCE We overstocked for Christmas so we've slashed prices sn every new Baldwin PIANO and ORGAN in.our big THREE STORE INVENTORY! So NOW is the time for your family to start enjoying a wonderful BALDWIN at a low, low price whith will amaze and delight you. Prices won't be.lower--, SAVINGS greater than they are right now at Billings BALDWIN. So, Hurry! Have a happy, musical New Year with a BALDWIN! SCORES Of OTHER PIANOS AND ORGANS NEW AND USED AT "CLEAN-OUT" PRICES ALSO! SAVE OPEN Hon. Irl. 9:90 » 9 Othor Wnkdoys Sol. MO to 6 Sunday 12 tfl 5 $ 195, $ 200, $ 26S, $ 300, $ 515 AND $ IJ0, $ 26S, $ 305, 350, $ 8S0, $ 910,. $ 1145, :5 1200, up to $ I500 QH NEW iALDWIN PlHOS! 3-STORE INVENTORY ALL AT CLEARANCE SALE PRECIS! NEW CONSOLES PIANOS WITH BENCH STILL AS LOW AS 729 IOW DOWN PAYMENT--YEARS-TO PAY BALDWIN PIANO ORGAN CO IN WESTMINSTER ORANGE COUNTY 6909 Westminster (714)893.3581 IN LQK8 BEACH AT 3912 ATLANTIC AVE. So. of Carson at Roosevelt Ph. 426-7618 IN TORR4HCE FASHION SQ. MAIL ' Lower Level Next To Wards Ph. 545-4554 v i STARTING TODAY ONLY AT BUFFUMS DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH A VERY SPECIAL CLEARANCE OF FINE FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES! Gathered from all stores! Reduced for two days only! ONE-OF-A-KIND PIECES! THESE ARE SOME OF THE TREASURES YOU'LL FIND: » Chests Commodes · Coffee Tables · Hanging Curio Cabinet · Lamp Tables · Occasional Chairs · Smoker's Tables · Natural Wood and · Ceramic, Metal and Painted'Finishes Wood Accessories · Decorative Pieces · Animals At the top of the escalator on the second floor. All items are subject to prior sale. No mail or phone orders. All sales final. IMlW ShSpMofFri 9lo9!w^^ I tONG.BEACH SANT^ANA POMONA -PALOS^VERDES WAHNA WWWOOD NEWPOR^CENTER lAHABRA SAN DIEGO IAOUNAHH.LS

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