Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 9
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--AjiocUtnl Prm Wlrntot* IDENTICAL TWINS, OPERATIONS ;AH smiles, 11-year-old identical twins, Brcnda l (left) and Sandra Aulis, from Foxhoro, Mass., Iposc in Children's Hospital Medical Center in "Boston after identical open heart operations to repair identical defects. They'll go home in about 10 days. L.B. Area Sees Help on Transit (Continued From Page A-l) proposals on transportation the MTA charter would have to be revised to permit subsidies, he said. HE SAID the present char trr will not allow the MTA to accept federal grants such ns would be needed for the Long Beach line. The MTA's "backbone" s y s t e m , which wouldn't a f f e c t the Long Beach area, Hosmcr said, could be helped by thi I'rcsi dent's proposal. Hosmer recommended that Gov. Edmund G. Brown take up the matter of transporta tlon in a special session of the legislature to consider state legislation which would rural Id the Federal proposal. C. Max Gillls, administrn Uve head of the MTA, disagreed with Hosmcr. · · · · · .THE MTA charter docs permit subsidies now from governmental units," he said. ·"But there would have to be local participation by cities and counties or the state. They would have to provide fame matching monies in or der to receive the grant," Gillis said. Glllis said. "The President pointed out that particular problems such as the one we have in Los Angeles could he helped with a loan guarantee. · '."This would permit the building of the backbone sys tern," Gillis said. · · « r "THE $500 million loan anc grant program which the President proposed would assist in the early construction or even simultaneous con struction of extensions, such ns the one from Los Angeles to Long Beach, Los Angeles to the San Fernando Valley and the route to the airport," Gillis said. "Use of the loan and grant program hinges directly on whether or not we get the backbone system built," Gillis said. Sen. Clair Engle (D-Calif.) said rapid transit systems in both the Los Angeles anc San Francisco bay area coulc be started under Prcsidcn Kennedy's program. JFK Seeks Big Fund to Aid Traffic (Continued From Page A-l) lis solutions for pressing iroblcms "burdening our na ional transportation system copardizing the progress and security on which \vc de pend." Chairman Warren G. Mag nuson, D-Wash., of the Senate Commerce Committee \vhicl landlcs legislation in thi: 'icld, said some of Kennedy': iroposals ate controvcrsia jut that the message "rcprc sents a step forward." Hi added: 'For the first time in man; years the administration ha demonstrated Us c o n c e r n about our national transpor lation system and has taken an affirmative position on ways to improve it, both from the point of view of the car tier and the shipper." · · · · KENNEDY askfd Congres to make available $100 mil lion during the fiscal yea starting July 1 as the first in stallmcnt of his SSOO-millioi program to help cities untan :Ie their traffic problems The money would he mad ivailable to public apcncie in the form of direct grant to be matched by local, non federal contributions. The. President also askci that Congress: Provide federal loans fo urban mass transportation b removing the time limit o the SSO-million loan authon zation voted last year. 2. Authorize for three year emergency grants for mas transportation undertakings. . * * * * IN ADDITION to calling fn removal of federal control over minimum intercity pas sengcr fares, Kennedy urgct that the floor be removei from minimum rates on bul cargo and agricultural an fishery products. These three, he said, "re late tn the most critical--an controversial -- problems unnecessary or unequal regu latory curbs on transporta lion." PLYWOOD ALSO rOHO TAILI BOOHS TOPS t STANDS CEIUNC THE WEIDWOOD FORMICA SPAR VARNISH MOULDINGS POLY-CLAD PLTWAU SHEETROCK WHITE FIRZITE PINE CLUE (AIL TYPES) SHELVING foif Stnrle* for Iny Pteplt Cempar* Oir Prlcti Itfert IToi liyl NATURAL FINISHES (SATINLAC) MASONITE PARTICLE BOARD INSULATION PEGIOARD t FIXTURES IOAT PLTWOOD WALL PANELING IS OUR S P E C I A L T Y ! SAVE 40% on DOUGLAS FIR PLYWOOD PANELS Vi . . . 4'x 8' SOUND ONE SIDE m $795 $4.9* M« SHEET Oil* Dll I tJI. · S P.H. til 1:03 M. 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