Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

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From 9 to 5 L L»t lt«a. MM., nn* u* «. tw INDEPENDENT--Pece A-l I I BUTLERS "I found the drawer .. Jbnt not the letter." Housewife Seeks Seat on Council The first woman candidate in the current race for city councilman filed a declaration Wednesday in City Clerk Margaret Heartweiri office. Kirs. Julia M. EeCah. 2236 Radnor Are^ a housewife *nd part-time playground director, became the fourth aspirant for nomination from the Fourth District. The incnm- bent, Andrew Baird. has not filed, although he has announced he will seek reelection. : ' · · · · ONLY ONE w o m a n has served on t h e Long Beach Council--the late Ruth Bach, elected in 1954. One other councflmanic candidate also signed cp Wednesday. He Is Robert B. Smith, 315 Plenty St, who win oppose Councilman W3- iiam A. Graham in the Eighth District There are no other candidates so far in that district Smith, a former newspaperman, has run for the Council twice before, the first time in 1930. · · * · CTTV ATTY. Gerald Desmond also signed a declaration, thereby rounding out the trio of incumbents in non- councilmanic offices who are bidding for re-election. No opposition candidates have appeared against Desmond, City Prosecutor James T. Starr and City Auditor Murray T. Courson. 2 Democrats Running for Doyle's Seat Assemblyman Car ley Porter, D-Compton, a n d Bellflower clothier James Earle Christo have taken out nomination papers for the special election in the 23rd Congressional District The special June 11 election was called by GOT. Brown to name a successor to the late Rep. Clyde Doyle. D-South Gate. The Compton assemblyman took out nomination papers in Sacramento, Registrar of Voters Benjamin S. Kite said. But the distinction of being first to apply went to Christo. 56, a Democrat and president of the Bellflower Taxpayers Association. Christo said he was a longtime friend of Doyle. Kite said Porter, who heads Los Angeles County's 32-maa legislative delegation in Sacramento, took out his papers and paid his $225 filing fee through his representative, Ernest Brodie- Candidates need 500 signatures os nominating petitions to qualify. There win be no party primary election. Christo, a former basket- ban coach, has rua unsuccessfully for the Bellflower Cry Council three times. The 23rd district encompasses the communities north of Long Beach, including C o m p t o n , Lynwood, Benflower, South Gate, Downey and Hunt- ingtoa Park. Republicans in the 23rd District, meanwhile, have s c h e d u l e d a fact-finding committee meeting Friday night to screen prospective candidates. The ses- ion win be held at 7:30 pja. at Lynwood High SchooL Questionnaires have been cent to Mayor Del Clawsoa of Compton, Doyle's opponent last November; Mc- rjcpal Court Judge Carroll Leland Wearer and Attorney William Gibson of BelL Democrats hold a registration margin of nearly 2 to 1 in the district. Last day to file ncsninit- . fag papers b April 25. FOR ,-*. EASTER It" Hell be the proudest fellow in the Easier parade when he wears an outfit with "grown up" good looks. Select here soon. BOYS' SUITS 14" to 17 88 Values la 24.SS Suits in 900d fashion taste for Easter. 3-button. narrow lapel styKng. Sizes 6 to 18. It's Spring, and our fashions for girls hare never been prellierl Come and select from our wide selection of pretty, easy care dresses with the new as Spring look. Sizes start in Infants 9 to 24 mo.. Toddlers 2 to 4,3 to 6x and 7 to 14. 2-PC. SUIT 3 to Ex It's a big favorite for Easter and for later. Check jacket with solid skirt in rayon and acetate. Very smart ' in Blue. Orange and Green. JR. BOYS' SPORT SUITS 6,99 FasHon right in a check cod with contrastig rayon Ccnnel slarh. ·witH gro feature. Also in hand- seme rented plaids end soEd slacks. Sizes 3 to 8. Toddler Boys' Blazer Set Flashy tlazer coat with rest end JJ (V slacks. Sizes 2T to 4T 3"/ JR. BOYS' SLACKS WestwiH Axcron Z.99 WiVrf BiHy the Kid slacks m £ne cotton or Oxcon dacrcn polyester end cotton for good £t end neat appearance. Sizes 3 to 7. 11 SPORT COATS 9 95 .. I3 95 Sport Jacket casual, so colorful so rightly styled. SoEd colors esssrted patterns in 3-bnrton ing. Sizes 8 to 29. end and sryl- JR. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Fin* q u a l i t y by Lucky Boy Sn coition I » T ii« x jiT^r^y end stripes. Sizes 3 to 7. 1,18 DRESS SHIRTS I 29 to 1" Choose long or chart tletrt in 100% cotton. Some with tapered, ITJ or tab collar. Long tleere with con- Tertil* cufi. Sizes G to 18. IVY LEAGUE SLACKS 3JO ralue IV* 100% cotton in the popular Iry styEng. Wash 'n wear. Choose fro a cH the popular colors. Sizes 6 to 18. SPORT SHIRTS I 38 to 2 29 100% cotton, short s!ecre shirts. Assorted pattern in popular colors. Some button-down collars. Sizes E tola. SH Green Stamps on Every Purchase PARADE PERFECT ACCESSORIES FOR THE YOUNG MISS ETerrthis'j to cccerj the ysunj {osHons. A hopPT selection in a T cc= 3 exuberant style. Easier Bonnets 1.99 to 2.99 Purses 1.00 Hat and Purse Sets 2.99 Gloves 1.00 Stretch Anklets in Pastels 39c Pi. Hop in today and take a look at the wonderful world of new shoes for boys, giils and lots. 4.991.6i99 Fcsoos Family of Brand Nssec Weaier Bird Sccmptrsos Peter Paa Lakewood Center--5252 Lake weed-ME tcalf 3-8101, GAriield 3-0901-Mon. thru Fit, 9:30-9:30; Sat., 9:30-5:30; Son., Noon 'til 5

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