Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 5
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
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State Legislators See Brown, Engle Winning * t ,' _ n^ A _t..l*4i^l 'Dw\*im .+/\ miTilinflTl RpTlfl' By THE LOOKOUT A majority of the members of the State Legislature think Atty. Gen. Edmund G. Brown will be the next governor, and they give another Democrat, Rep. Clair Engle, a strong chance for winning the U. S. Senatorship this fall. United Press men at the Capitol polled the legislators when they were in session last week,' digging for opinions on various matters coming up at the June and November state elections. The poll shows Brown with a dear-cut edge over his Republican opponent, Sen. W. F. Knowland, in the gubernatorial race. Although the Legislature is 63-57 Republican, here is the way the lawmakers answered when asked about their'views on s the governorship contest, supposing that Brown : and Knowland win their respective party nominations: Brown, 63; Knowland, 43; undecided, 14. * * * * FOUR OF THE 10 Republi- can Senators picked Brown win and 10 of the 43 Republican Assemblymen t h o - u g h t f o r Brown would win. Most Democrats in the two houses picked Brown," but a few were" undecided. . . ' . . . ' . . . ' . ' . ' -.':'' In the, ; U.P. poll on .the Senate contest, the legislators gave Gov. Knight an overwhelming margin in his bid for the Re- publican Senatorial nomination, but foresaw a narrow -victory for Democrat Engle - in - case Knight and Engle fight it out in the final vote in. November; . Here's the way it went: - For. Republican nomination': Knight,.54; Mayor Christopher of San Francisco, 4; undecided, 4. ' For November victory: Engle^ 58; Knight,, 50; undecided, li. Gov.-Knight's political-stock clearly, rose in this Southland area this week, in the'wake: of his decision "to- call a .special session, of the Legislature -on subsidence... . . · Knight made two talki while in Long' Beach .Monday, and while the talks were billed as ' ATTRACT ATTENTION, to your want with a "Wanted" ad. Works FAST. Call HE 2-5959 for an- ad-writer., nonpolitfcal, he undoubtedly made many friends. ' · |: . ME AN W'H-IJL'i!;. KnightSs chief. GOP.-.; opponent, Maycir Christopher of: Sari FraridsQj, was-banging away at the;,'goy- ernor. At-a; news conference-in Lo* Angeles, C h r i s t o p h e i r charged, that Knight Is "dominated and enslaved by a -small group of labor bosses." ' · In. support of ; his ch'arge. that K nIg h t is labbr-dominateiJ, Christopher noted that Knight had just appointed Harry Finks] INDEPENDENT--Pag* A-5 - . MU.,1tHn.,tmk. 13, If II · . ^ .the state Personnel Board. . aiks Is a vice president of the. ^, tate Federation , of ' .-FRUIT. 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This breathtaking combination of shimmering lusters and luminous pearls, is available in one,, two/ and three strand necklaces in shy spring pastels: pink, blue, white. sleepwear fashions barad thick, thirsty terry for after-bath luxury Frivolous flappers take to their beds in "Skidoo", the most adorable, freedom-loving sleepwear since w o m e n .first discovered emancipation! And'. .. they're fashioned of , drip-dry cotton in delicate pastel colors. - S-M-L sizes. The one we're featuring is of dainty pastel stripes, trimmed with grosgrain ribbon and delicate lace ruffling.-'Razor- sharp pleated skirt Lavishly,thick 9-oz. terry brunch coat. Back is gathered, has set-in belt and front tie; full comfortable dolman sleeves. In small, medium, large sizes; pink, white, maize, blue. Rabi: and Dusters-- First Floor Lingerti--Strett Floor HEARTS **8iveet !S -heart valentine chocolates Reg. 1.50, Mb ................................... 1.19 Sparkling red foil Valentine Heart packed with May Co. deluxe assortment of luscious centers, and covered with milk and dark chocolate. A sweeter Valentine sift couldn't be found. Italian ceramic serving dishes mihtr i«IeiUl»« *uggeitlon*: Russel Stover, 1-lb. red foil heart ...... 1.85 Conversational hearts .................... 39c lb Red 'jelly hearts ........................... 49c lb. 2-lb. May Cp. heart, asstd. choc. ........ 2.95 Candies -- Sir eel Floor Each has » hand decorated design . . . all are delightful. Serving bowls, oil and vine- ' gar sets, bread stick or biscuit baskets, ash trays, cigarette boxes, decanters, vases, can- ister sets. Gifl Department--Third Floor i -,, ? , , yi : ? invite hubby to... · *?tle one on" Smart bar glasses . .. "Tie One On" appears in gold on the back of each glass. Hot Shot Hiball, 12-or...set of 8 6.98 Pixilated Pilsner, 10-oz...set of 8 9J98 Western Wallop, 13-oz...setof 8 8.98 · · · · Gift Department--Ibird floor · · '·M famous Italian ' % Shetland china set of 8, gift boxed ...- 5.08 Dramatic 4" ash trays 'or -'coasters, each piece, exquisitely 'detailed.' Smart conversation pieces, exclusively ours. Subjects include: ALFABETO .(good .luck); VENTAGLI (famous fans); PSICANALISI (study in faces); FARFALLE -(butterflies of the world); -BE230NI DE "BALLO (ballet positions); COCKTAILS (cocktails', in color). Gift Depl.'-- third Floor - I WAY CO. LAKEWOOD, -5100 Lakewood irs., frl, Mon. 9:30^:30;Tu«., Wed., Srf. 9;30to5:30 For Phone Order. Call HArrison 9-2411; MEtcalf 3-0111 11

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