Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 26
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 26

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Friday, March 30, 1962
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B-8--INO:P: . C***, !··**» *··· Ji I Candidate Walson Ra|)s AsscssinciH 'Juggling' Philip I'. Wjtmn. i-imnljl W.itsmi. in I.ODB llr.ich In ovrr » so-called cut in the hy 1/50 of I per cent--hut as'csxir i-jndidatr. h.n riili-!addrr« thf Chamhor nf Cnm-ilux ralr hy Ihr Bo.ud of Su^llie county lmdj;rt also wmii o/ol "hiding hudcrl IIHI..I^^ mrnr Community I'nium. lr-.|ieiviMirv |up 7 prr rent, he said. Wat- 1 ·bv avve.-.mrnt itui'.ir«." |lnitd I lie l.illyh» x yr.ir ago Supervisor* did tut tlic rate son drclatrd lhat higher tax ·.^__. r .. - -- ··.--.-- -^r -- . ; · - - - -^^assessments yielded enough money for the increased Newest, neatest way to paint! i tndt meisy itirrin£ 01 thinning. New lUCITr '.Vail Paint con-ts read/ to inc. ticht f'om the an. Epcrds the job by tm-crmc a b ; Kj:er a'ra xvith fe*fr stocps and d'ps. lllClIt dries in [hirty ruriitf. And \\\ completely washable. Doesn't drip lik« reiular piint. LUCITC elingt In brush or roller, but spreads smoothly and tvenly on walls and ceilings. Doesn't run do*n Iwndle. even *hen you do the ceilinc, hecau« it's C'tM-thick. Keeps you neat and clean. budget. * * * * "OUR TAX assessor ha? Income a tax collector hy juggling assessments." Watson asserted. Watson is a former chief deputy in the county tax assessor's office, and! worked there from 1019 to' 1959. ! Watson said he favors send ing out assessment notices to all taxpayers before the dead line date for appeal. Mostj notices now arrive ir. November--three months past the appeal date. A new state law requires notices to po out before the appeal deadline if the jasscssment has been upgraded by more than 10 per cent. WATSON also blasted cur-| rent assessment policy on 1 business property, s a y i n g ' jhusines* property is assessed! at -I!) per cent of market value! ! while real property is as-i Ifcssed at 20 per cent. j . "The tax treatment of bus-! incfs in Orange County, where! business and real assess- itnents are at the same level, is one reason industry ismov-i ing there." Watson said. * » · · WATSON also called for abolishing the lax on household furnishings in Los Angeles County. It costs more to collect th.in it yields and requires a s t a f f of 700, he said. "There is a practical limitj | beyond what we can pay ami I still keep our e c o n o m y ! 'sound." Watson concluded.! atDOOLEV HUNDRED'S OF SETS ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE FROM Packard Bell CUSTOM QUALITY FJRBT CONVERTIBLE CO /; (3/lte037fatGt NEW LOW P R I C E S ? I Quick, easy clean-up. Brushes, rollers, rollrr pan all rinie clean in plain soap and water. Any spills wipe up eaily viith a damp r«. tUCITE comr-iils. hairline cracks and tiny surface ll**s bcnf Ath A beautiful, Cat. e*en finish. OUCO* for kitchen, bathrooms, woodoork. It)CO Satin-Sheen Enamel comes in a full ranee of matchins LIICIIE rnlors. Try both IUCITE and DUCO. They're at your local paint dealer's nTM, in ?2 srrvt colors and white. Stt Dn Font "Pjinl Dolcr" on Tour Local Yellow Pijn or Call Dittributer, Gtrlitld 1-7415, or L.4. Whole»il»r,n»ymond 3-1401 LUCITE? WALL PAINT...lor beauty without bother unit THINCI ret linn nvme...rH'oucH emui .Malfimi'liiin Iliil X l n T o t l ; li»lil F.IJWARDS AIR FORCE| IBASF. Ml -- A flight of thcj X15 rocket plane was called' off Thursday just a minute] before it was due to he diopped from a bomber higln over the desert. Failure of its interttal guidance system was blamed. It was Ihf second post-i ponement in two days of ; what is to be the first of a, · scries of flights leading tn a new altitude mark of 50 miles i or more next month. A YEAR, PAID OR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 73-YEAR OLD STATE MUTUAL SAVINGS WILL PAY THIS NEW HIGHER ANNUAL INTEREST RATE ON ALL ACCOUNTS FOR THE QUARTER BEGINNING APRIL 1,1962 PLUS DAILY INTEREST! Interest paid on funds from date received if they remain in your account through end of any quarter. Interest also pn:d to date of withdrawal on all funds remaining at least six months. Funds placed hy the 10th of any month earn from the 1st. Funds insured to $10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. SAVE KYMAIL-]iisliiirji'!;i1 Imtli vviiys.' Tonprn yoiirarfniint. rn»:ilrtr ni'd mnil fmipnn forfny/ for ^EE Astronaut co.n bank-an fact jca if plica of America's space canuilei-pst rhfc.k the coupon and mail ill CONVERTIBLE COLOR TV! WIRIIESS ROTO/REMOU CONTROl OPTIONAL AT ANYTIME Only Packard Hell offers Color TV with your choice of one of t w o wireless Roto/ Remote controls optional at any lime--now or later. Here'i the brightest, clearest picture in Color -- t h e mratlifsi picture --free from fading and surges of color. Color halance is automatically con- trolled for Init-lo-life realism. The FSI jnviml sjstem is the finest--noi»e free and interference free. Fnyinceitd hy PacV.ird Bell for e.isy installation, rcliahle performance and a minimum of servicing in jour home. You yet all the Packard Hell e«lr» features-plus --all-harduood cahinelt in A w a r d Winning designs, hand-crafted »nd haml-finivhrd. Here is CUSTOM QUALITY COLOR TV... that costs \ou no mote. 3HPBTTT" 'J,* ',," /· Cotoniol Maptr FinitH Mahogany Color TV MetM :iCT-3 Sraifa Wol»«« ONLY PACKARD BELL GIVES YOU ALL THESE FEATURES p.ntra St.ipe Color Amplification. Aulo- matic Color Chroma Control. FM Sound Ratio Detector. Two Stape Sound l.F. ri.US Computer Dial. Set-N-Forget fine tuning. Rancefinder hand-wired Color TV chassis with Pouer Guard transformer protection. Golden ")R electronic tuner. · smtMutuu s»n«s !15IVtSIflfTHST«IT,Ctrr. 57 ;IOSMC[1[SI3,CAUFOPNH [ w Op»-i (-/»»¥ "£s*:(rt .-Mn' \ Si-iuiltlv .S'/urr litii'J COMPARE DOOLErS LOW-MONEY SAVING PRICES! HARDWARE HART .,.,. ..«·.-, j,' -^j*- ~t£-»*·.·-'··-·. · 5075 LONG BEACH BLVD. -NORTH LONG BEACH STORE HOURS: MON., THURS., FRIDAY 9 to 9 TUES., WED., SAT. 9 to 6-SUNDAYS 10 to 5

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