Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 15
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 15

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 30, 1962
Page 15
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AMY ».««. CMI. r.««. M*. «. IMI INDEPENDENT--P«n A-15 "Ttui's ihe tning about jetty doughnuh, Rosemary, ya* can't ialo your mina off 'em for a SECONDr Vice Mayor Will Run for Seat in Assembly Vice Mayor Bert B. Bond files officially on Friday, Thursday confirmed reports he will seek the Democratic nomination for assemblyman in the 39th District (East Long Beach) In tho June 5 primary. Bond's entry assures a brisk contest for the Democratic nominee who will bid for the legislative seat now htld by William A. Grant, veteran Republican who is retiring. William H. Peake, manag' Ing editor of the California Democratic News, already has Bond said he decided to make the race because of numerous problems that must be re- olved mutually by the state and city. "I feel it is important thai he assemblyman be familiar with such matters as pcndinj freeway and tidcland oil de relopments," he said. The vice mayor petition; were in circulation today while he was attending the State Highway Commission meeting to oppose the pro filed. In addition, nominating jectcd crosstown freeway, papers have been taken oul by V. Terry Ncunuebel, 757 Freeman Ave., active in the Democratic Club movement. BOND LED ALL candidates for the City Council when he first gained political prom inence in 1DGO. He polled s citywide t o t a l of 02,809 \otes. Although delaying his formal announcement until he ...for the whole family nothing WORKS like TUMS IVo Stale Defender for Solon SAN DIEGO (UPI) -- Th state attorney general's o fice said here it will not re present S t a t e Sen. Hug Fisher, D-San Diego, In a su filed after secret files were removed from the San Dieg National Guard Armory. | The attorney general's o 'fice asked the -1th Distrk 'Court of Appeal to remox all reference to the effect th ,it is representing Fisher in jllie action. !*·*"* · I MeMAHAN'S for COMFORT, STYLE, BEAUTY AND QUALITY! PC. SECTIONAL u roomful of.defiant v When fctinbum o «cid l a d i f i i i l o a I uiikti ·n)oo la your (mlly. it- racmbtf ...TUMI 1 1 uticij ntdicir.ei »orUcjtihtMo: 1. Ncutriluetictu ·ciJ tut ir.j }rc- *Miint«in norciil b U n c e i n t h e i itotnacb for tonnf 1 nlul. \Vcrk Jo w Wr,) oa on |ie TCMI to jountilcrt. Itui Tlie state's motion will bo heard Tuesday along with a motion to dismiss nn order impounding the files taken from tho armory Tcb. 13. * · · · THE ITLES, which were fern o v e d to Sacramento by stale officials contained in formation about tho activities of suspected subversives. The records were maintained by a private nroup called the San Dici; Research L i b r a r y , headed by retired National Cj u a r d Maj. Gen. George Fisher. Gen. Fisher lias sued recovery of the files am named Sen. Fisher, Ed or «ciJ ittouni Tumi dillcblfnl tnblj-fttih Diior lomjoui mouth ! mund G. Brown and others as defendants. The state is appealing a San Diego Superior Court order impounding ftiliog cool and . cUirLThej'fta, 5 1 1 1 1 - jojlolilc! the files pending trial of the Ciilmns in Floriila ArrcMcd With Dope No finer antacid jnato MIAMI (UPD -narcotics agents announcei Thursday the seizure of a half million dollars worth of cocaine. believed smuggled from 'Cuba, and the arrest of five persons. Four men and one woman all Cuban-born, were arrested USED PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS WITH NEW MACHINE GUARANTEE EXPERTLY RECONDITIONED FOR YEARS OF USE! FROM 95 TO 49" CAMTING CASES INCIUDED STANDARD STUDENT KETIOARDS · UNDERWOOD · REMINGTON · ROTU · SMITH- CORONA · HERMES TERMS ·00 S 5° · INHAMtKIClKD 0* INTF'NtTIOHtL I GOOD SELECTION Of OFFICE TtfEWIimS From EXTRA SPECIAL!! POWER TYPING!! SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC--MODEL 5LE . T« fit Horn* «r Offic* BRiCKNELL'S TYPEWRITERS -- TTPEWRITER SPECMLISTS -- nkrwoed Shopping Center 500 Faculty Are. orroiiTF i»«rwoon CINTII rotr orricc ME 3-1115 DAIIT f AM. TO J.JO f.M. 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