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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - September 6, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaA a Independent press Telegram Long Boer ctmh., Sandoy >4m�� 4, 1 5? Lac. A amp jus the people we know we often hear people say a the people Are for this project a i know because everywhere 1 go they Tell me actually very few people have much real information on what the people Are thinking on specified issues. This is because most of us move in a very Small Circle and meet a relatively Small number of people. We have before used the example of the average individual. He gets up in time to drive to work he May Park his car where he sees the same attendant. He works in an office store or factory with the same people. He goes to lunch with the same people. In the evening he talks to his neighbors or plays cards with the same friends. They Are All in the same income bracket and usually think alike because they live in the same environment it is natural that people get an idea that this is a measurement of Public opinion. But actually they have been on a merry go round getting on and off at the same place Day after Day. Outside of this orbit Are Many segments of our society that rarely tour h them. The natural inclination of such people is to read the same newspaper columns listen to and watch the same radio or in programs. They avoid anything that is in opposition to their own thinking. For a person to be Well informed on Public issues and to know what the people arc thinking he must read Many divergent views he must listen to the Nany informative in and radio Public opinion forums and he must read newspaper columnists who May be in opposition to his own views. 1 la Well established Public opinion polls Are the Best measures we have of what people Are thinking. 1 hey Are scientifically conducted to get a Cross Section of Public opinion i hey carefully interview people in ail segments of our society. I lie views of various age groups Are Given As Well As those in various types of employment. It is important that the Good c Iti in keep himself Well informed i he Cost of labor management de it i Sions is a part of the Standard of living of All the people. I he budgets of All Levels of government decide the taxes the people must pay. The kind of society we Are to live in is being decided by tax legislators who pass the measures which Are annually changing that society. I his year a great influence e on ingress has been made by hundreds of thousands of letters from the Folk Back Home but the number of letters is pitifully Small compared with the interest that should be shown the apathy and smugness of the individuals who go around in circles believing what they want to believe rather than what Are facts Are our greatest Clanger it is not the people we know that is important but rather what the people we done to know Are thinking you do not find that out by confining your source e s of information to those who agree with you. I a. I a i Fili Jurjo by t a Collin or. Til nah a column it re it pro Ion of a of Tony la Pinion end do not Inkom ily reflect a a t in tiered opinion of Chi new tsp i 702 pounds world s fattest boy succumbs or. And mrs. Mckew plan a trip Veteran port Aid slates first sea trip after 25 of boarding ships of re in the line of duty san Pedro customs official Meks a is finally making his first sea voyage Meks a Deputy collector for tilt enforcement Section of the Bureau Here celebrated his 29fh wedding anvers i y by sailing with his wife. Lina. British Jet on the Matson liner Matsonia thursday for Hawaii. I he Veteran official joined the customs Bureau in 1529 in Detroit where he tangled with among others a Pete Licavoli one of the infamous purple gang leaders. He was assigned Here in 1934 from duty along the acadian Border Mckew and his wife will return he re sept 14 by plane. It and Naik it 702 pounds and burned he world a died saturday ii win aide on the floor of n Hospital he was too big for any bed the Hospital could find Hope live Fecit toe inc lies and ii w As 02 in lies his mud ins Waist. 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Pilots seek we a quote Quot a Quot a Markk i Copenhagen Denmark a m m n chief Justice Earl War i a ova Fly Ren and his wife arrived sat -1 Quot urday by air in Copenhagen London it a British Jet for a four Day vacation after pilots saturday gave notice a tour of Russia and West they want 6,000 pounds $16, Germany they will leave for 800 h year for flying amen new York by plane wednes chs Boeing 707. Day night i lie owned b i i t i s h a overseas airways corp. Boac expects delivery of 15 of the planes this december i hey will he the airlines biggest and fastest planes and will reinforce Boac s fled of comets. Top rank British Comet pilots now get about 3,800 pounds $10,640 a Vea r said a Boac spokesman 1 Quot the pay claim is being dealt with through Normal channels and we Hope the first discus Sions with the pilots represent at i ves will be held very Short i s Locust plague i Kyo Dpi i Hrom must new Hina news Agency saturday More than 2,�500,000 acres of farm a land had been Quot extensively by locusts in the tour provinces of Shantung Honan Kangsu and Nanhwei sever Al months a ibs Mother min i Velyn Hope arrived in i Linden after ins death. Carpenter Weir making a special coffin for him no ready made coffin is big enough i hey expect to finish it to Day and As soon As they do the body will he put into it and taken to san Marcos Fex Fot by my new discovery for hard of hearing to All readers of a t. Tho Dalaq Nozic office will Alvo who fir to foot Mon for Only $3.00. A it. 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Broadway Long ii am i 4-4401 n hltyww4 -4404 la pfc a a a him Rotor j 4700 Tinl mnuw�?1411 m 9t. In Bra he �44? new no to to tark�?11 4 i. A Row Oku Law 3 >44to to # Tito sees . Fair exhibit Zagreb Yugoslavia Dpra president Tito saturday opened the International fair of Zagreb biggest in the history of Yugoslavia and expressed a liking for the american exhibition. The two largest exhibitions Are those of the United states and the soviet Union the United states concentrated on Industrial design and new production techniques As Well As consumer goods a Juke Box fiber Glass boats and an electronic Kitchen along with space rocket models Are the top attractions 4 4 4 4 the soviet Union exhibits heavy machinery some consumer goods and expensive furs. The russians show a Model of sputnik Iii and the americans actual and Model vehicles for projected meter planetary travel. President Tito in a smart Gray suit with his wife Jovanka accompanied by top leaders inspected the fair for several hours. Tito and his party spent exactly the same time at the soviet Pavilion As at the american building. Accompanied by assistant . Secretary of Commerce Henry Kearns . Ambassador to Yugoslavia Karl rank and Trade fair manager Paul met die Tito showed great interest in fiber Glass boats and fishing equipment. 4 4 4 4 a voting machine which will Register the preference of the yugoslav Public for american film stars and authors did not attract the Yugo slav Leader. Juvenile crime mounts . Arrest toll hits 145 new York mph the sons saturday As police fought mock the knife banned to Stem the City a worst out by lbs As crime curb new York a it a because of current juvenile delinquency problems the Columbia broadcasting system is temporarily Banning from the air All vocal versions of the song Quot Mack the knife a a tune from Kurt Weill s a three Penny a current Rock n Roll version is one of the Juke Box favourites around the country. The song relates to a character supposed to have lived in England More than 200 years ago and details of the mayhem committed by a Mack the it is one of the most popular musical works in the Weill show a longtime hit in an off Broadway production Here. Attorney warned that author a my Vir it Ian eng civil sea Yungst there were Many cooperation with authorities Calls for harsher police action and said puerto rican civic break of juvenile violence in years. In a crackdown that began Friday youths in Manhattan and Brooklyn were picked up on disorderly conduct charges. It was the largest sweep for a 24 hour period since an anti narcotics drive two years ago. While police acted in an apparent drive to forestall the kind of gang violence that recently claimed the lives of four Manhattan teenagers an rights. And leaders of the City a puerto rican Community Dis against teenage gangs. More than 200 agencies would Start an Edu ,., _ puerto National program to Deal do tubed by reports that puerto re can leaders met in a City restly with troubled families rican were beg blamed for conference fonday might and children in the City a five he violence met to Jom the before Boro is fight on juvenile crime. M Obert Vagner and among those arrested Smice a Rockefeller meet a night were 63 Young in crime problem tuesday press Telegram men accused of annoying _ a and stat4 officials published surd4y Only at sixth passersby on the West Sidey 7, 1 St and avt., Long sch Cai. Re. I a it a of 1 and civic and religious Lead entered ii Gacond Cly it matter at of Central Park 30 negroes erg p0gt office at Long Bacn Cai. And puerto Picans who police 444 said had gathered for 48 at a meeting fonday hour liquor and Bongo drum am Roc Kefes her de. Party at a lower East Side new housing project and five puerto j r tans shoud not by Young men of apparent Span blamed a because ? Al 7� i eng a puerto rican youths were in charged and a a a for a with overturning garbage. G can p. I the puerto rican leaders a d k ? a by condemned the violence and court attorney Robert m. Cha d hat or responsible ele. F mkt representing some of Menf a a a the Cit were Mcm a. The arrested youths warned a Cha tens on b Cek that Large scale arrests raised to place the blame on the the danger of evil nights to puert0 Rajcan Community a so flu i the leaders pledged full when you pick up people1 in Large groups As the police seem to have done last night a he said Quot you Are in danger of violating our civil rights the civil rights upon which we Pride in the surge of Public out per to. Per or Currier delivery so cents ti.60 by mail a. 80 cents 1 60 see Bogle s for completa selection of name Brand Luggage advert Gemtin it authors wanted by . Publisher leading Book publisher a a a manuscript of All Lupea of fiction non fiction pop try scholarly and Reli Tou work Etc new author welcomed find for free Booklet in pm Nax rage that followed the recent �?�j%r623 ,fa0, b v 1 Holivy Skyway a Samsonite american tour Istar Hartmann wheary a Atlantic French custom made atm Ltd diners club 13o<u s Luggage wii4i Corner 7th All Pine. 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