Independent from Long Beach, California on August 29, 1976 · Page 209
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LOW Beach, cam., sun., AM. a?, it? INDEPENDENT, PRESS-TEIEGRAM--B-5 COUNCIL CALENDAR Long Beach City Council agenda for Tuesday. CITY MANAGER'S AGENDA Consent Calendar: Receive and (ile report of actions concerning oil opera- .'tioru taken since meeting of ··Aug. 24.1976. ' " Receive and file City of ·Long Beach annual financial ·.report for the 1974-75 fiscal ·'»year. '· Approve claim for refund of /bosinesi license fees by Sun/set Pools West, Inc. '· Authorize relocation payment to individual eligible because of displacement by .certain public improvement · .protects. · Authorize Don Rice, city safety officer, to attend the annual convention of the Gov'. emmental Refuse Collection and Disposal Association in Seattle, Wash., Sept. 12-16. Authorize S. G. .Miller, principal gas engineer, De- partment of Oil Properties, to --, attend the 31st annual Petrole- c 'tuii Mechanical Engineers .Conference in Mexico City, : Sept.T9-24. Approve transfer of partnership interests within the Herbell Oil Exploration , Company and the substitution of a surety bond for negotia- · . b l e securities and authorize the acting city manager to notify the firm of the city's approval of actions relating to Recreation Park oil and gas lease. Authorise acting city manager to execute agreement with Stan Miller Sailboats. Inc., for lease of space for operation of a sailing school in the Marina Bazarr building. Authorize acting city manager to execute eighth amendment to lease agreement with TransAnterka Corp., Indel Engineerinc, for use of Long Beach Marina Shipyard. Authorise acting city manager to execute lease with Mr. and Mrs. Max McFall for rental of house located on the Park Department Tree Farm, 7600 E. Spring St. Authorize acting city manager to execute a license agreement 'with the Long Beach Amusement Co. for vehicular access across city- owned property south of Ocean Boulevard and west of Pine Avenue. Approve proposed contracts with William Thompson, Naval liaison for Naval affairs in Washington, B.C., and with the Long Beach Naval Shipyard Employes Association and authorize acting city manager to execute the contracts. Approve proposed contract with John C. WeUs Associates for legislative representation services and authorize acting city manager to execute the contract. Request the city attorney to prepare an amendment and authorize the acting city man- a g e r to e x e c u t e t h a t amendment to an agreement with William Gramme to provide for personal service-as a construction inspector for the Pacific Terrace project. Request the city attorney to prepare a permit and authorize the acting city manager to execute the permit for baggage tag vending.machine at The Long Beach Municipal Airport. Regular Calendar: Approve concept of devel- opiM a major marina to be located on the shoreline Immediately adjacent to the downtown area. Adopt resolution ordering and awarding contract for the improvement of east-west alley east of Loma Avenue between Vista and Third streets. Adopt resolution authorizing agreement with Mack Trucks, Inc. for furnishing and delivering two 1,250-gallon, class "A," triple-combination motor pumping engines for the fire department. Approve proposed revisions to specific records retention schedule and adopt resolution authorizing the destruction of records'by the departments of administrative management, building and safety, civil service, community development, engineering, finance, oil properties, personnel, planning and public service; and the offlces'of the city auditor, city clerk, bureau of franchises and public utilities. Adopt proposed agreement with the Bank of America and DATA-SYS-TANCE for acquisition of computer equipment. Authorize acting c i t y manager to prepare and execute an agreement with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Co., ' certified public accountant, to install an automated finance and management information system for the City of Long Beach. Hear report on the operating procedures of the city's Animal Regulation Division. Receive and file proposed engineering concepts study for completion of the Terminal Island Freeway (Route 47) to the State Department of Transportation. Receive and file report on review ot city expenses associated with the U.S Grand Prix West. Receive and file report on skateboarding in Bixby Park. , Receive and file report on card clubs In Lincoln and Bixby parks. Receive and file report on proposed move to the new City Hall-Main Library. Receive and file report on negotiations ith employe groups regarding salary recommendations. CITY CLERK'S AGENDA Unfinished Business: Approve recommendations by the Community Development Advisory Commission for the formation of a Rehabilitation Loan Committee and nominations for membership. Hear report on review of f o r m a t for Commendation Resolutions. Hear letter from Walter J. Gay, 61 Rivo Alto Canal, protesting Planning Commission's letter entitled "Pending Categorical Exemption" for proposed alterations at 59 Rivo Alto Canal. Consent Calendar: Receive and file letter from Southern California Rapid Transit District, regarding annual meeting of City Selection Committee at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Rodger Young Center, 936 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, for purpon of electing a director fromCorrtdor^C" for the term expiring September, 19m. Receive and file letter from Fair Political Practices Commission regarding notice of hearing to review proposed conflict of interest codes of state agencies, county boards of supervisors, city councils and local government agencies with Jurskfiction in more than one county, Sept. 21, Department of. Food and Agriculture, Sacramento, and Sept. 22, State Personnel Board, Sacramento. Receive and refer to the city manager a letter from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California with tabulation listing member public agencies and their assessed valuations, percentage of participation and vote entitlement as of Aug. 13. Receive and accept for all who can attend an invitation to open house at the city of South Gate's sports center, 11 a.m. Sept. 11. Receive and refer to the mayor's office, a letter from the city of Norwalk transmitting a resolution urging county Board of Supervisors to reduce taxes throughout the . county. Receive and refer to city manager a communication from California Housing Finance Agency, announcing public hearings on proposed considerations in establishing allocational priorities, designating a rehabilitation area and defining and designating mortgage deficient areas for the CIIFA Neighborhood Recreation activities for senior citizens Following is the Long Beach Senior Citizens' Recreation Calendar for the week beginning today and ending Saturday: TODAY "" 2:30 p.m. Municipal ·'·· Band concert, Bixby Park. 8 p.m. Single A d u l t Dance, El Dorado Park, . · $1.25. MONDAY v 9 a.m. Roque tor adults, '. daily at Bixby and Lincoln . park roque courts. 9 a . m . Shuffleboard . daily, Bixby Park, Lincoln . - Park and Houghton Park. 9 a.m. Social Services assistance (also Tuesday and Wednesday), Bixby : Park. 9 a.m. Craft idea ex* change, Senior Citizens ·, Recreation Center. 9 a.m. Physical Fitness ;: (also Friday), Bixby Park. 10 a.m. Golden Tours ·', Travel Club. Office open ;"· 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (also ·; o p e n Wednesday and *- Friday), Senior Citizens /· Recreation Center. '· 10 a.m. Chess, checkers, ; cards, Senior Citizens *, Recreation Center. "· 10 a.m. Pool, checkers, ' dominoes, C a l i f o r n i a j: Recreation Center, Mon: : Absent rapist £ convicted, 5 then caught fj REDDING (AP) - A · footloose rapist was back ; in custody Saturday, a day ;-. alter a jury found him S guilty in his absence. * Authorities said Robert f- Herrera, 24, of Redding - didn't show up in court 2 Wednesday for trial. He ·-· had been free on bail. * The trial continued ·'· without h i m , - and on ;!' Friday the jury convicted » him of kidnaping a 17- J year-old girl on a Redding ; street and raping her in a ;; church parking lot last ·T November. ·'; Late Friday afternoon, ·« the California Highway ··' Patrol spotted Herrera *.' hitchhiking about 25 miles 5 west of here. : Accident kills .; dealer's son " Patrick Salta, 23-year- '' old son of Long Beach car ' dealer Mike Salta, was « killed Saturday in a two- ·;.; car accident near June :* Lake in Northern Califor* nia. '* Mono County sheriff's * deputies said details of the accident on Highway 395 ·jr were not immediately '* available. '·* The victim was employ- '·* ed at his father's Pontiac ^ dealership at 1545 Long ; BeachBlvd. Vi 5 Actor dies : at age 65 .* Warner Anderson, 1950s 5 television star and movie u actor, has died in Santa ·"'. Monica Hospital after a '." long illness. He was 65. \t Anderson starred in the · : television series 'Lineup' ·-·: and in such movies as '· "Caine Mutiny," "Desti* n a t i o n T o k y o " and ·· "Detective Story." \ He is survived by his *· widow, Leeta, and son, -;·; Michael. day through Friday. 11:30 a.m. Bingo, Car- melitos Clubhouse. Noon Elderly Nutrition P r o g r a m , California Recreation Center, Monday through Friday. TUESDAY 9 a.m. Legal aid counseling, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. 10 a . m . L e c t u r e , "Health, Sex, Nutrition," Dr. Irwinn K r i m m , Silverado Park. 10:30 a.m. Legal aid counseling, Carmelites Clubhouse. 1 p.m. Sing-a-Long, Bixby Park. WEDNESDAY 9 a.m. Legal aid coun- seling, California Recreation Center. 10 a.m. Novelty Band, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. 10 a.m. Film and lecture scries, "A People Chosen," Bixby Park. 10 a.m. Legal aid counseling, Admiral Kidd Park (Westside Neighborhood Center). 11 a.m. Wool Art, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. 11 a.m. Physical fitness, California Recreation Center. 11 a.m. Duplicate bridge (also Friday and Saturday), Veterans Memorial Building, 25 cents. 11:30 a.m. Card club, chess and checkers (also Thursday and Friday), Bixby Park. THURSDAY 10 a.m. Happy Hour, cards, bring a lunch, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. 1 p.m. dancing, Carol's Trio, (nonmembers 75 cents). 6 p.m. Program Under The Stars, stag,e show, Ruth Spere Dance Studio and 300th Army Reserve Band. 6:30 p.m. Golden Club, Polluck D i n n e r a n d Dance, Houghton Park. FRIDAY 9 a.m. Legal aid counseling, Bixby Park. 9 a.m. National Two Ball Roque tournament, R o q u e Courts, Bixby Park. 10 a.m. Bingo, Houghton Park. 12:30 p.m. Social Dancing, California Recreation Center. 1 p.m. Recreation for Multiple Sclerosis Seniors, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. 1 p.m. Social Dancing, The Zephers, Houghton Park. SATURDAY 7:30 p.m. Social dancing, Ted's O l d t i m e r s , Bixby Park, $1.25. 7:30 p.m. B r i t a n n i a Society, Dance and refreshments, Senior Citizens Recreation Center. Recreation Department calendar Following is the Long Beach Recreation Department .calendar for the week beginning today and ending Saturday. Further information about any of t h e events may be obtained from the Recreation Department offices, 155 Queens Way Landing. MONDAY 7 p.m. Family night banquet and awards program. MacArthur Park. 7:30 p.m. "Reflections" fashion show, inner-city sewing and charm class, King Park. TUESDAY 6 p.m. Family night banquet and awards program, Carmelitos Playground. 6:30 p.m. Family night program, Cherry Park. 7 p.m. Talent show, everyone welcome, Cherry Park. 7 : 3 0 p . m . A n n u a l 'Lake village' has one lake it can do without a w a r d s n i g h t presentations, California Center. WEDNESDAY 10 a.m. Reception for Long Beach quilt makers, Main Gallery of the Recreation Department. Public is invited. 7:30 p.m. Family banquet and awards presentation program, King Park. THURSDAY 8:30 p.m. "Peter Pan," Ha'penny Players stage production, Jordan Auditorium. $1.50 for adults, $1 for juniors. FRIDAY 8:30 p.m. "Peter Pan," Ha'penny Players. ?1.50 lor adults, $1 for juniors. Jordan Auditorium. SATURDAY 2:30 p.m. Matinee per- f o r m a n c e of Ha'penny Players' "Peter Pan" at Jordan Auditorium, $1.50 for adults, $1 for juniors. 8:30 p.m. Final performance of "Peter Pan" at Jordan Auditorium, $1.50 for adults, $1 for juniors. All States Society SACRAMENTO (AP) Tenants of a suburban luxury mobile-home park plagued by flooding and poor maintenance are suing the developers for $248,000. The Sacramento Union reported that the two- year-old retirement park, Oak Lake Village in Citrus Heights, is on land owned by the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento. A Catholic clergyman is one of the developers. Claims have been filed by 48 tenants in San Francisco federal bankruptcy court against the developers, who are in financial difficulty, the Union said. Tenants were quoted as saying the developers failed to keep pro irises to install a recreation center, a swimming pool and a bridge over a roadway that is flooded during the winter and is one of the two access roads to the park. "When it rains, we're flooded because the drain- Hit by train, he walks away FRESNO (AP) - A man dozing in the middle of a railroad line walked away almost unscathed after he was struck by a locomotive before dawn Saturday, police said. Police said the engine's cowcatcher tossed John . Mallory, 24, of Fresno, about five car lengths down the Santa Fe tracks. Mallory was treated for minor cuts and abrasions and later booked for investigation of public intoxication. age is all wrong," said tenant Bernice Driver. Another tenant said she had to put up a wall in front of her coach to deflect flood waters t h a t made her home and others accessible only by wooden planks. The residents were described as mostly retired professionals, with homes worth $30,000 to $80,000 each. Following is the All States Society calendar for (he week beginning today and ending Saturday. Further information about the events may be obtained from the All States Society, 108 E. Ocean Blvd., 437-8159. TUESDAY 9 a.m., Bus to Big Bear Lake, leaves 108 E. Ocean Blvd. THURSDAY Noon, Michigan-Wisconsin State Society meeting, 350 Long Beach Blvd. SATURDAY 9 a.m., Bus to Busch Gardens, leaves 108 E. Ocean Blvd. Noon, Minnesota State Society meeting, 507 Pacific Ave. ONE PHONE CALL TO DR. CAMPBELL WILL EXPLAIN HOW YOU CAN GET NEW DENTURES ON CREDIT -- NOW! DENTURES DR. CAMPBELL SAYS: Why put it off? With my INSTANT CREDIT PLAN, I can make my own decision on your credit right away. No dealing with banks or finance companies. I'll fit the terms to your budget--even it you're retired, on social security, a small pension or unemployed. I'll start work on your new dentures immediately on approval of credit. In spite of inflation, I keep my prices reasonable. No extra charge for difficult cases or extra work. No appointment needed lor examination. PRE-PAID DENTAL CARE PLANS ONE DAY SERVICE If you come into my downtown OR F [ C*MP8EU IN ALL 12 OFFICES ' welcome all union, insurance Los Angeles office before 9:30 Den t alrepair S aremadeinour^lTMl*L d *l^ ^ ' "" ^ ^ *"" own modern laboratories by ·""'', union technicians. cam - dentures ready the same day -- a real advantage lor out-of-towners.' DR.CAMPBELL CREDIT DENTIST COME IN OR PHONE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION LONG BEACH, 135 East Broadway (ground floor) 432-6465 Validated parking one hour (behind office) DOWNTOWN TORRANCE, Sartori El Prado (ground floor) 320-1471 · SANTA ANA, 504 North Main Street (ground door) 543-1296 mm' ofUcfi ot yound l«v»Hof your tony«nl«nc« B ».^.^°«:'»JO Preservation Program. Receive resolution from lent Beach Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People resolving that Saturday, Sept. 11, beltvclalmed Voter Registration Day. Receive petition signed by Hary Cordaro, 23J Mrallar Avenue, and others requesting assistance from the city re; gardine nuisance of Phi Kappa Tu Fraternity, 3841 K. Broadway. Receive communication In support of the Art Museum from the Assistance League of Long Beach, Eleanor E. Person and Grant Becketrand, H.D. Receive from the Public Corporation for the Arts its recommendations on the development of the Arts Forum. Receive a letter from Frank Springer, 216 Roycroft Ave., requesting copy of detailed financial data (including value of assets to be transferred and rationale for estimate for city to purchase leases on Queen Mary). Receive letters from Ruth and Laura Duemler regarding cancellation of a performance of the Ringling Brothers and Barunum Bafley Circus. Receive letter from Rebella Voegel, 6433 El Paseo Court, regarding full-time council- mayor form of government forLong Beach. Receive letter from G. Gephart, 5286 El Parque St., regarding spiraling taxes in Long Beach. Receive postcard from Juanita Marke, 1823 Appleton St.. regarding hazard on north side of Fourth Street and . Cherry Avenue. Receive appeal of action by the Department of Building and Safety regarding Marina Facifica's special permit for nonconfqmung uses. Receive communication from Howard Bennett, of the Playa del Ray Homeowners Association, calling attention to beich maintenance by the Los Angeles Department of Receive letter from Mrs. Charles W i l l i s , Box 104, McKlttrick, expressing her enjoyment of the Queen Mary. Inter-departmental Communications: Receive audit of Champlln Petroleum Co. fault block unit operations for 1974-75 fiscal year. Receive letters from chief of police and city prosecutor advising that an application for an alcoholic beverage license at Inder Jit Jain, 1991 Palo Verde Avenue, has been withdrawn. Receive letters from chief of police and city prosecutor advising theydo not recommend protest of applications (or alcoholic beverage licenses as listed. Receive memo from city clerk attaching interpretation of communication from Juanita Marke, 1823 Appleton St., requesting City Council to consider her comments on Long Beach. Resolutions: Adopt resolution repealing and rescinding Resolution No. C-22139, ordering, calling and providing for and giving notice of a special municipal election Nov. 2. Adopt Amending Resolution No.C-22140 bydeleting from Proposition Y requested by the City Council to be placed by the county Board of supervisors on the Nov. 2 ballot. Adopt resolution setting tax levy for fiscal year 1975-77. Ordinances: Hold tint reading of ordinance to add additional areas where the operation of skateboards is prohibited (Shaw Street on the north, Xlmeno Avenue on the east and west, Livingston Drive on the north and south, Quincy Avenue on the east). Hold first reading of ordinance to prohibit the sale of merchandise or solicitation c! contributions or donations from public streets. Adopt ordinance pertaining to Manna Basin mooring permits and fees. Adopt ordinance regarding regulations and restrictions pi musical instruments within the limits of any public park, beach, building or enclosure. Hearing: . Grant or deny application of James Yeamons for a jx»l hall permit for the Coast Play House, 233 E. Ocean Blvd. Requests to address the council: P a t r i c i a Eubanks, present a petition for the residents of Hedda Street requesting a stop sign at the comer. ofHedda and Coke Avenue. City Employes Association, regarding accountant-auditor parity and proposed salary recommendations. Long Beach Lifeguards Association, regarding salary negotiations. Eric David, regarding business license fees. GRAND OPENING ZUNI TRADING POST Genuine hand made Indian Jewelry Zuni Navdio-Hopi Jobbers--wholesale - retail Grand opening offer MARINA PACIFICA VILLAGE 6314 D. E. Pac. Coast Hwy. 431-2559 LONG BEACH FREE WROUGHT IRON PLANTER OPEN SUN, ONLY 9 TO Stock Liquidation Sale! Many styles sizes ceramic pots $1 BAKER'S RACK $2900 VALUE S75TeaCart JZ5 5200 Swag Lamo $25 SI 9 Decorator Table $9 WO Spiral Staircase S14 S12 Wine Rack $4 S125 Oil Painting 35 $39 Curio Cabinet $16 Mini-Planter S100 Fire Screen S35 SW Plant Stand »J S150 Wine Rack $50. Sffl Tiffany Lamp $25 S29 Corner Rack $13 Auorftd plants ft Items at closeout prices! 1700 SAIMTA FE 1 block South of Pacific Coast Hwy. Pfeiffer's LOS ALTOS SHOPPING CENTER Loaf Beach's Oldest Fabric and Linen Shop 1135 Bellflower, Long Beach 597-5810 Across Street from los Altos Shopping Center Sign LOST OUR LEASE · ALL STOCKS MUST BE CLEARED IMMEDIATELY AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS DRESS FABRICS OPEN SUNDAY 11 AM TO 5PM TODAY STARTS A SCHOOL FABRIC BONANZA FOR YOU I B%a^^K. $ 1 Regardless of much higher prices hundreds of items., have again been further reduced and placed into ° ne BIG PRICE GROUP 32 YARD All full 45-inch widths. Gabardines, twills, dress crepes, prints suitings, sheers, etc. Extra sales clerks to serve you. ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESS AND BRIDAL LACES already reduced prices 1/2 OFF ALL BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS 112 OFF ENTIRE STOCK OF ZIPPERS AND THREADS 1/2 OFF Splendid buys from our stocks of fine blouse arid skirt lengths 1/2 OFF L PATTERN 1/2 OFF Fine quality SOLID OAK FIXTURES FOR SALE! Brrju* of wry but prim pU*d on thnt Hum Ihnr win be InUms what we piece iDMt* u wi* IMS gundrex length - ptaK wo* with IB in Itatt few kKUnca. Plenty of Free Parking in Rear

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