Independent from Long Beach, California on January 17, 1975 · Page 20
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 20

Long Beach, California
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Friday, January 17, 1975
Page 20
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Politics Lm ttK*, C«IH. rn, iu. »,m INPtPtNDENTJAM)_ PRESS.TElEGI!AM(PM)-4 PuWic caucuses on council race ByBOBHOUSER PoliticalEdiior Long Beach Area Citizens Involved Thursday announced a series of district, public caucuses to hear Long Beach City Council candidates and make endorsements. All candidates will be invited to participate and the public will be invited to take part in voting the endorsements. Herewith is the caucus . schedule and contact persons for further information: District 2, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23, Belmont Heights United Methodist . Church, 317 Termino Ave. Mike Durand, 438;, 3706. District 3, 7 p.m. Jan. · 26, Unitarian Church, main hall, 5450 E. Atherton St. Sid Solomon, 4315915. District 4, 7 p.m. Jan. : 26, Unitarian Church* lounge, 5450 Atherton St. Al Dawson, 597-6062. District 5, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23, Marshall Junior High School, 5870 Wardlow Rd. Phil Rose, 4291825. District 7, first meeting, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22; second meeting, 2 p.m. Jan. 26, Long Beach City ' Health Center, 2655 Pine Ave. Joel Vest, 427-7058. COX CAMPAIGN Larry W. Bonzer, president of Larry W. Bonzer Inc. and former president of the Bon-Aire Division of Lear-Siegler Corporation, is chairman of the Business-Industry Committee to elect Jack Cox in the Feb. 18 special election in the Long Beach City Council Seventh District. Cox, executive secretary of Local 572, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, "is one of the most responsible men I've known," said Bonzer. "As a longtime member of management in a Female con artists bilk elderly woman o United Press International Police in Santa Monica Thursday searched for "two women con artists who bilked a 70-year-old woman of $2,000 of her savings in a variation of the old "pigeon drop." Officers said the bunco scheme occurred Tuesday when the two women approached Bertha Krystall in the Santa Monica shopping mall. They told her they had found $20,000 in an envelope and offered to share it with Miss Krystall if she would give them $2,000 as a good- faith gesture. The woman went to the bank and checked out $2,000 of her savings, but at first refused to give it to the women. The con artists then asked to see the serial numbers on the bills, which were in an envelope, and the woman handed it over. The women, who identified themselves to Miss Krystall as Diane Sullivan and Linda Thomas, then switched envelopes. It was several hours later before the woman opened her envelope and found her money gone. If you've, got The speed, versatility and economy of I, P-T Classified ads are the best sales incentive we know. People use our classified ads to sell everything from houses to the kitchen sink. And just as many people shop our classifieds, looking for odds 'n ends and household items, cars and rentals and jobs. Whenever you need quick cash, it's worth your time to place an I, P-T Classified ad. I, P-T Classified Ads phone 432-5959 t, C! 2-284-1? number of business endeavors 1 feel that I am able to assess the fitness of an individual for a certain job..I hwe had the opportunity to observe Jack Cox in his work as a union official across the table during negotiations...He is capable of giving the council the, capability to work with, instead of fight with, its own city employes." Bonzer said Cox has a pragmatic approach ,to the problems of business and industry as well as a desire to maintain a healthy business climate in the community. Others on the committee: Fred Capouch, Gill's O f f i c e Supply; Spyros Douglas, Douglas Brothers Produce; James Yamamoto, Yamamoto Ship Supply; Julian Martinez, Julian's Ship Supply; Decatur Mitchell, Mitchell's Land and Improvement Co.; Grade Cantu, Las Compares R e s t a u r a n t ; Mitchell Rouse, Republic Lease Plan; Ray Siegfried, Queen City Meats, and John W. Wight, Signal Select Meats. The Cox c a m p a i g n also announced his en- dorsement by the Long Beach Building Trades Council, citing "'your insight into civic problems and your dedication to the laboring man and his principles. We also believe that with your en- t h u s i a s m and your energetic drive you will do an excellent job..." CLARK LEADERS Dr. Tom Clark announced appointments in his campaign for reelection to the City Council, Fourth District. Gordon Getz, realtor, is general chairman. Richard Gallup, accountant, is treasurer. Campaign headquarters is Suite 1, 5479 Abbey field St. Getz said he has admired Dr. Clark's honesty and integrity and appreciated the many contributions he has made to the city not only as a member of the council for the past eight years but during many years of community service prior to his election. Getz said Clark will conduct a vigorous campaign and will be available for both communi- tywide and neighborhood meetings. BELLFLOWER DEMOS Assemblyman Frank Vicencia, D-Bellflower, will be installing officer at the annual installation banquet of the Bellflow- cr Democratic Club Feb. 1 in the Golden Sails Restaurant. William Young, clerk of the Cerritos Court, will be master of ceremonies. The 24-piece Mayfair High School ensemble will provide music. Cochairmen are Lyle MacKenzie, treasurer, and Mrs. Patrick Hileman CHINA TALK Joanne Weinhoff, a faculty member of the School for Educational Alternatives at Poly High School, will give a slide talk on China at 8 p.m. Saturday in uic- Sid Solomon residence, 6317 Eliot St., Long Beach. Ms. Weinhoff visited China Oct. 18 to Nov. 13 with a delegation from the U.S.-China People's Friendship Assn., West: ern Division. Proceeds from the $1.50 tickets (75 cents for students) wil! go to Long Beach Area Citizens Involved. You are invited to discover exciting January Sale values in modem living room, dining room, family room and bedroom furniture... floor lamps, table lamps, ceiling lights, accent area rugs, as well as beautiful decoratives and other items from our accessory shop. You'll see world-famous modern designs that are shown in museum collections... as well as line for line copies... You'll see beautifully finished walnut, rosewood and other rare woods... lustrous white lacquers and laminates... rich, luxurious fabrics... deep, soft seating... exciting new ways to use color... marvelous lighting... and more. 2400 LONG BEACH BLVD.. LONG BEACH (OFF SAM DIEGO FRWY. AT LONG BEACH BLVD. SOUTH) / 426-1341 / 6368374 / FREE DELIVERY IN LOS ANGELES AND ORANGE COUNTIES / FREE STORE-SIDE PARKING. ! 8 ' 8 OPEN SUNDAY 11 A.H.-5 P.M. / MONDAY FRIDAY 10:30-9 / OTHER DAYS 10:30-5:30 / CLOSED EVERY WEDNESDAY Wallichs Music City FUNWAKER CUSTOM Bursting with music! Packed with fun! And so easy to play! Features all 4 families of organ tones... sounds of orchestra and band instruments... pushbuttons that make your music swing like a pro's! Model 465 A great piano at a fantastic price! Available in many styles and finishes such as Italian provincial, French provincial, Early American, Mediterranean. Matching bench extra THE MAVERICK The Maverick gives you instant involvement with its amazing Autochording . . ". the feature that lets you play with a lazy left hand. And the Maverick has everyone's favorites: Ten orchestral voices including trumpet, violin, clarinet and strumming banjo, seven automatic rhythms and a host of other features. Now is the time, Music City is the place to save more than anytime before on top quality pianos and organs! All new and used models are substantially reduced on our floors for this sale- come early for best selection! 4573 A solid state organ that accurately produces the four families of organ tone! Flute, diapason, string and reed through a multi- phonic system of tone generation. Two full 61-note keyboards plus 25 note synthesizer keyboard and 25 note pedal board! CONVENIENT TERMS TAKE YEARS TO PAY LAKiWOOD OPEN SUNDAY AND EVENINGS ALL PIANOS ORGANS IN OUR STORES ARE REDUCED FOR THIS SALE 5255 Lakewood Blvd. 633-0181 TORPxANCE Hawthorns 3fic! Artesia Blvds. 370-4511 BUENAPARK Buena Park Shopping Center. 827-9060

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