Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1963 · Page 4
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 4

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, April 2, 1963
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P«g« A4-1NDEPENOENT Senate Committee Backs Braden 5-0 (Continued from Page A-l) had signs reading -Rafferty:campaign "on a level which I Yes, Braden No," and it was consider below the belt" clear that most of Braden's · · · » opponents believed he was! THAT apparently thwarting Raffeny's programme a question Brade: of return to the three R's and Nixon at a televised increased teaching of patriot- Nixon "debate" b ism. Braden said be had no group cf newspaper pub- educational differences with Ushers. He asked Nixon about Kifferty. the Hughes loan--a question Stamp Book Illegal for Insurance SACRAMENTO Ifl--Atty. Gen. Slanley Moik saM Monday that plans offering insurance policies lor trading stamps violate state law. John F. McCarthy, R-San'cil ** it* conventioa Rafael, called on Gov. Brown' wetllen1 - The common plans, Mosk months of Monday to repudiate two] resolutions adopted by the v- f j'ur UUIT IUJCQ stamp DCIore * worth $3.60 at a stamp redemption store. _ e - _ ^^v... Mtirdy said he found that which "the moderatw''^ru!ed book$ agent redeems the _ M for $4.50 in cash Braden ""did n o t dodge or out of order but which Nixon |throu S !l ^ arrangement with hedge- under the commit- answered. The incident was lthe «5 am P. com P an y. lnd ^ e tee's questioning, and noted not brought up at the Rules'?"?"TM 1 lis ted oa U« policy that "his record of sen-ice to! Committee bearinz. l i j his country during World War II demonstrates his pa- 1 triotism."' cisms" McCarthy said he joined tieved the committee vote merely to, failed .'* Bums said he found "some justifiable but minute criti- of Braden b u t be- MOSK SAID the insurance is offered as an inducement his opponents had to the Purchase of to adequately prove He said the plan discriminates since it offers insur- put the issue on the Senate charges of unfiteess." floor. He s a i d he opposes He said he did not agree Braden because cf his par- with some of Braden's actions' 1 **^ 8 i^ 11 brin S users GOP Leader Calls on.Brown to Repudiated CDC Aims SACRAMENTO CW -- Sea.jCi!ifomia Democratic Coon-j "While Brown spends eon politics" and generally ac- sembly minority floor leader, cepted as being aimed at As- said in a news release: "Last weekend*! convention semhly Unruh. Speaker Jesse M. sbo-red that the Democratic Assemblyman .Charles J.!Party needs the CDC like it Conrad, R-Shtrman Oaks, As-,needs a hole in the head." One urged abolition of lasrsiderable time preachir.g - to the Republican Party about - wing anti - Communist Phone Firm Levy Backed by 2 Groups . other demanded repeal of sent a far greater, threat to present loyalty oaths in favor American freedom and princi- of a "positive oath of allegiance." The CDC took the same position in previous convention,! ples. "The radical, left -wing policy statements of the CDC 't go by without a public SACRAMENTO - The and tte County Supervisors Association joined Monday in endorsing proposed. legislation to levy a 1 percent franchise tax on telephone companies. The and Brown' disavowed the'sktement from the governor." resolutions during the 1962 Democratic legislators withheld comment on CDC ac- Senate minority, tions, including adoption cf a said in a itatement'report .criticizing "machine AUTO GLASS INSUUNCC CUUMS HAND110 9DICIIT DISCOUNT PRICES Marine Glass Co. :m iBcciiiiutrt JL Cor. I Hit THT HE 7-741 1 n i MII OW1« tD AND CftUTIO IT IONS If ACH PECPl! measure, a constitu-1 huvM-. S4«tt ir, T .f^mJ 1101111 amendment, w o u l d bujers_$450 for stamp nhe M esthnated $9 ^^ tisan actions in endorsing! and statements, but does not Raffert/s opponent, Ralph'dispute Ks right as a private Richardson, and i n j e c t i n g citizen to do and himself into the Brown-Nixon what he wants to." $160. This, he said, is a violation n the insurance code. to say Annexation Vote Set Today A substantial majority of.P" 503 Wounded Robbery Suspecl Improves only Kennedy Cuts USIA Cudgel WASHINGTON (UPI) -- ** square mile area east of La Mirada proposed for annexation to the city of La Mirada are expected to turn out at the seven polling places today. matdy 7,500 residents Van JVinkle, 23, of 477 South St, from the critical lisf MondayHn, and Usted his condition as **** a a year. Funds would be apportioned among cities and | counties on a population ba- The bill by Sen. Thomas XL Rees, D-Los Angeles, would levy the tax on the intra-state gross receipts of the 60 telephone companies in Califor- ,nia. It's intended as compen- 1963-64|sation for the use of streets, and roads for Infonna-poles, wires and other telephone facilities. The statement by the xity of serious/" Van W i n k l e above the heart by and county organizations said « a e a has an assessed valuation off;! . ,, ^r jr^^^'einnins Julv I nearfv S^ million attempt in Havraion Gardens 1gl °^ mg .. J _ u 7 J $ 142,735,000 the President. . [has pruned from the $98£ *" otlier utilities now pay a budget originally sub- franchise fee. for §10,000 insured savings ACCOUKTl O P E N E D tf «lt »m « *»Y MOUTH E A K K t r i m I t i lit. Save more and ecru more with the First Federal where jpur savings ore;.insiire^.to y "$iO.OOq.p0. x A Certificate efl«s«roace protecting .'yOMr Wings against loss by '.**·" ^?aejroT Savmgs-'and' Loan Insurance Corporation. onr.instnimeiitqKtjf'of tfce* United States Government. 'VPf'Btect.ln the jnside cover of oar passbooks. It explains how each savings account is insured. ' : fiscal year be-! nearly $3 million. Here's lite tomito jcice? Tired cf tie sine c!d liste! Ortegi Saaj-E-Tcn Tomato Crick is enfirely and fielightfuBy tiSa- est E'endel froa whole r'ipe tocitcts, jrteu chnes aaj caicns, tere'j a drink frjt lifts joa cp.,.tnj Ittys Tea tj. Great "straigf-.f ever fce ci t J fix t "no.' K IS 6.f erect! ui FOI rr »nnmi inviia L JBICI a isa 01 semi A late Saturday. [ The White House said the lUSIA cut was possible be- .Miami Publisher Dies rause - the agency ^ deddd MIAMI, Fla. t?V-Daniel J. to reduce its coverage of the U.S. Everest Climb Delayed by Weather KATMANDU, Nepal WV-1 FEDERAL (1st) SAVINGS Bad dimbing New York World's Fair. The ^y delayed Mahoney, /3-year-old publish-[agency also would not be able er of the Miami News, died to proceed on a new radio Monday while undergoing a'statioa in Southeast Asia be- hmg operation in Doctors'cause cf delay in agreement 22,500 feet verest expedition from mov- ig up to the advance base camp in a mountain recess at Hospital in New York City, (on a site. AMY The team led by Norman Jyhrenfurth of Santa Moni- i, Calif, Sunday marked out route to the advance camp. The seven-member advance group remained at the 22^00- [ t. Camp I Monday night. '1 oWt know how to fwH 9,1 just use 3 for raring boys. 1 XJnusual Offer for Limited Time Only Kentucky^ Finest BOURBON 7years old $10.95 THE HALF-GALLON SAVE $3.00 Regular price $13.95 Buy the 6 bottle case and save an additional $1.09 per bottle! A rare short-term opportunity for those who appreciate the finest Bourbon ever made in Kentucky--to avail themselves of a supply at an extremely reasonable price. weather Monthe American F I R S T P I N E f H O N E HEmFocl 7-1111 135 E. OCEAN AYE. A Oar ».«r Ens-jnct F R E E P A R K I N G EARNINGS PAID 4 TIMES CHTWST ;ER /AMfRIGA'S NEWESTmCE-SEITERS Sports spectacular--tclth a 5-ycar or XO.OOO-ntilc tcarranty\ When the Chrysler 300 sets out to do a performance job, it does it with inaile Snow rallies. With a 300 you jet crisp, custom styfing and tucket flying colors, it's teen chosen (with complete justification) to pace the seats plus the power and handftnj of a true performance car. fe!d at the famed Ir-dianapofis "SOOT on May 30th. ^ y^., ^ s TOst surpris - ing erfra c{ tn _ v3UT c^,^ 6taeft It's already known as the No. t American raDy car. Successes include 5-year or Efl,OX-mITe warranty, little wonder Chrys' er '* setting the hot top awards in the tough Continental Divide. Daniel Boone and Atom- pace wterever performance cars are being talked about. %»» r.'«- · · · . t'-ysy ^jy*_' · -£i^/ Value spectacular--frith n crisp, cunt am loot: When Chrysler sets out to pack a full-size Newport with vafue, ether* UVe a back seat Here'* vafue that surprises nary who figure th.e crisp, custom teauty of Chrysler ought to te priced r.uch hjgher. Consider the soHd way this beauty is built--welded tijht and strong. 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