Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1969 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 25, 1969
Page 17
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8-8-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESRAM (PM) lm IMC*, ctm. TWV, ob. a, IIM 45 Seeking School Seats seats to be filled in Paramount Unified School District is Mrs. Ethel Hillyard, board president. Other candidates are Rev. Frank Dannelly. pastor; Jose R. Pacheco, businessman; Akiro Kitano, busi- nessman: Dr. David K. Romberg. dentist; F. R. Hannen, chemical engi- administrator. Forty-five residents of five Southland unified school districts and the Ccrritos College area filed declarations to become candidates for 23 school trustee seats to be filled in elections April 15. Deadline for candidates io file for the four-year trusteeships that expire June 30 was Thursday at 5 p.m. in the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder office. Thursday was also the last day to register to vote in the election. Candidates for the Cerritos College election will appear on the same ballot as candidates for the unified school positions that fall within the junior college area. They are the ABC. Bellflower, Norwalk-La Mirada Paramount and Downey districts. CANDIDATES for the three trusteeship seats to he filled in the Cerritos District are John A. Nord- bak of Downey; Al Sommer, Bellflower, and Leon Richards, Hawaiian Gardens, incumbents; Mrs. Rose Glarum. La Mirada housewife, and R. F. (Rudy) Valdez, Norwalk High School principal. Ten candidates have filed for three vacancies in the ABC Unified School District, which serves the cities of Anesia, Cerritos. Bellflower, Hawaiian Gardens and a portion of Lakewood. They are incumbents Paul Warren and Ed J. Montoya; William Bostian, office manager: James Burns, development manager; Franklin Lee, engineer; George C. Noble, former school trustee; Carl E. Rodgers, carpenter; Jack Leaf, retired; Vincent Marchetti. plumber, and Charles R. McCarty, salesman. IN BELLFLOWER Unified School District, which serves most of Bellflower and sections of Lakewood and Cerritos, six candidates, including three incumbents, have filed. They are William E. Young, Mrs. Irene Brandt, and Daniel J. Keulen, incumbents; Marilyn Sue Barton, attorney; Dr. Richard Vermillion, optometrist, and Lester E. Taylor, merchant. In the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified District, where a seven-member board governs school affairs, seven candidates, including four incumbents have filed. They are Michael Westerline, Harold MacTaggart, Phyllis Aegerter and Warren Escobar, incumbents; Estelle Penhal- legn, secretary; Ray D. Harris, administrative officer, and Sam H. Hathaway, industrial engineer. IN DOWNEY Unified District, where trustees are elected as area representatives, four candidates are seeking the three seats to be filled. However, two of the candidates. Mrs. Grace Homey, Area 4, and Betty Kilpatrick, Area 5, bolh incumbent, have no opposition. Seeking the seal now held by Dr. Charles Unice, who is not trying for reelection, are E. Alben Kingsford. accountant, and Richard H. Ixjwrence, legislative coordinator. 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