Independent from Long Beach, California on February 24, 1964 · Page 5
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Cranston Wins CDC Backing (Continued from Page A-l) open and fair conduct of the' ccmention. He laid he Joined the convention in its prayers for Sen. Eagle's complete recovery. Roosevelt had told CDC Saturday night he would yield to Engle even as late aj April or May sacrificing his own 26tJi District congressional seat, if the senator recovers. . Tears surrounded two telephoned interjections from Engle in his Washington office. Many delegates were wiping moist eyes Saturday afternoon as Engle stumbled uncertainly through a nomination acceptance m e s s a g e piped over the vast Arena. · · · · AFTER Cranston's Sunday victory. Engle's special consultant. Edna Weisbart. almost broke down while reading her boss's second statement: ·I »n most grateful to the California Democratic Council for its display of affection and respect. The CDC must Resolutions Include Slap at CDC's Host (Continued from Page A-l) Committee Activities. INDEPENDENT-*«?« A S gaining, unemployment insur- blasted the California Demo aace and a J2 minimma wage cratic Council convention la . for farm workers, revision of i Long · Beach for. adopting, a i wage orders for women and resolution approving endorse- minors ia farm work and ei-'ments of nocpartisaa offices. L'n-American^no such arms should b« sup- tension' of fair emploj-ment.Silver charged the CDC "has ' rao-Walter Immigration Act and elimination of an immigration , formula which "Ju criminates a g a i n s t plied to America'! NATO i Jlies. to agriculture, defied the constitution of this A PROPOSAL caffing for wa s --Called for expansion of state." the Pacific Southwest Water' Assailing the resolution as 'an act of sheer irresponsi- .nts and wateri* 1 "? " *« Uw 5'« »«· " noa - ntt partisan offices were created imrai- blocked when debate time ',iesalination plants, grants whose ancestry can be "n ^ But CDC "^ tor | -- Recommended massive* to remove partisan political traced to the Asia-Pacific'_'.*._.. , nl H oc ,*_f a _ n ?f:!«rban planning programs on'influence from these office- Ocean area by charging them of Red to the quota of their country t adxcated an East-West nan-l, tate of ancestry rather than their aggression pact Isition. The coundTs statement on civil rights endorsed the Rum _ ~. government level*. "holders." T" 1 *?! -- Supported the pending The California Democratic country of birth or citizen ship. 4. Opposition to all restrictions on travel by VS. citl- ballot propo- C o u n c 11 in circumventing [this provision." charged Sil- ford Fair Housing Act among a wide range of other reforms. A separate resolution asked local CDC councils to with- 5. Support of medical eare^old endorsement from any for the aged under Social Se- candidate who has supported ,ver. "has restored the very LOS ANGELES (CNS) --evil the nonpartisan law of Attorney Phill Silver Sunday our state sought to prevent" curity and immediate passage of the Kir-4-Anderson bill. the pending initiative attempt ENDORSED BY THE California Democratic Council in hij race for Los Angeles County district attorney, Superior Court Judge Vincent Dalsimer (right). receives'congratulations Sunday afternoon from Lt Gov. Glenn Anderson in Long Beach Arena as the meet ended. to repeal the Rumford Act. * * * * On a split voice vote the A CDC POLICY statement convention adopted a rtso- on education supported the.hition caffing for legalization right of classroom teachers O f abortion for health rea- to strike Tn support of legi-tsons or in cases of rape or timate ends." and called for incest. O T H E R re solutions ad- know that both are returned President Johnson "and unity'ute the President would drop.is nonpartisan. the in kind. Jto defeat card-carrying meta-jin. They said their original membership is overtly par-^tate superintendent of more state financing of schools with a 50-50 split of costs between state and local gov-] virlCK j these stands: jemment, federal aid to edu-| -- T r u e neutralization ol council cation, making the office of both North and South Viet "On the basis of the as-|bers of CREA." His ref er-j idea in staging the convention'tisaa In such matters. and withdrawal of US __ ,lic instruction appointive, a military personnel as soon as surance given the delegates'ence was to sponsorship of a 1 in the Arena"was to accom-l Ona delegate made a futile | cpuntywide school tax, spe- possible after South Vietna- by one of the contestants fortstate initiative against the'modate crowds expected for attempt to put la a word for.cial educational programs for^mese are prepared to defend " ~ " _ ' _ ? - - _ M »»-_ » _ * _ r v _ _ _ u - _ » *· r . -- f *. *..j.. **.._it_ 4-V-. CUltUTZlIV '^' e *'^ v * f1 *'****'' !*U.._.._i,.,«» the senatorial endorsement Rumford Housing Act by the' a visit from the late President Superior Court Judge and my belief, based on nu- California Real Estate As- Kennedy. jVounger but nominations had especially M e x I c a n-Anscn-| --Urged economic partner mcrous communications and sedition. · · · · closed and he was ruled out.cans, more school emphasis ship with Panama and a new statements made by others! At his news conference! THE JOHNSON message' of order. ion international understand-iarrangcment on control of the that they have entered this Cranston said he has been as-'asked for th« organization's 1 Los Angeles City Council- ing. and elimination of dis-,canal, safeguarding the secur- contest only because theyjsurtd by Aerojet - General 'rapport in administration pro-' man Billy Mills, in seconding crimination against teachers ity of the Canal Zone, assur- .,,,,, n,. i iri_j__. : __ i..j:._ .v- _._ TM'n»!«tm»r*« nnminitinn «»M who are blind. ins coiul access by all na- feir for my health and weU- Board Chairman Dan A. Kim-'erams indudinz the war on Dalsimer's nomination, said, v.:-- . .v:-,. .u -- = 1 . . ,* «· ,. Here u ^ Jaia who ^jjj fce ,'a prosecutor, not a persecutor." being, point further for the CDC endorse- will be a I think there is no:ball that he need have co'povert'y. to my contesting fears about finances, "that it| - t j o , ultimate decision win to crats and my fellow Califoml- ans that my health has recovered and that I aia fit and last week. 1 ^ithe United States who is try" vor jing to serve every citizen of these United States. I am ,,,,,._* . ,. _ . Democrat and proud of it. WOULD Assembly Speaker B , ^ ~ 4 . able to run for office, to win'Jesse M. Unruh support him? and to serve. I he was asked. ,. -It is my deep and sinccrei Td be startled indeed if 1 p " Meeting Set on New Tax The City of Bellfkrwer'sl new sewer-tax ordinance will I be explained M a breakfast I ^ntttin-; of the BeEflower Dis-1 'trict Eo^rd cf Realtors Thurs-1 Another position called for.tions and providing increased arms control and international]economic benefits to tht prohibition on dissemination Panamanian people, of nuclear weapons. It said 1 -- U r g e d coDeclive b cnnviction that long before'received any and most cer-| "' wl11 sen ' e the interestl day at 7:30 pm. tt Ccrritos the primary election, all douMjtainly do not expect it Would of * n of ""* people and will College. Norwar*. will have been removed and I accept if I might be re- not * slc i"" 11 to ^PP 01 * *"/) Speakers win be Bill Me REUPHOLSTER NOW DIVAN and CHAIR TnTE UPHOLSTERED those who entered the lists only because cf that doubt will honor their pledges, made arises." luctant but 111 deal with situation if and when it to you and me. "Again my Unruh, Increasingly at odds unless I m con-K 0 .«j_ director of planning: I vinced that it will make us a' ln( i WTHUm McConneU, di- stronger and better people."irector of public works. Even after the closing gavel j The law was enacted to In s»ruT-.« U. S. N*u or f i brie for ONLY deepest and.with CDC leadership over °' t ' ie convention there was provide financing of new sin- most sincere thanks. It win "winning practical politics,business left for the Los An-jitary sewers as the city's not be long- before all cf cs versus inhibiting theoretical geles County delegation--en( present system becomes over-1 are fighting together, joined.politics- did cot put in his'dorsement of a candidate forioaded by apartment develop- topether gcthcr." tRICE INCLUDES: · in lisldl BitcrbTi · U libor » likrici · FrtBii nTI(lttnt4 · SprUjt nlil · Wioiwort nili · Fni plckip t liDitry · Frti ·ttomn OTTOMAN and winning to-accustomed appearance at district attorney of Los An- ments. The present system. I this 12th annual convent!on.|gele» County. jcity officials have noted, was idesigned for single family de-1 unity not only in his race but for the sake cf legislative offices, to cany the state for President Johnson wired a message from Palra Springs' SUPERIOR Court Judge |V eIopmtnls. for the closing session. SoineiVincent S. Dalsimer won the JUBILANT Cranston fans cheered his words of acknowledgement for the endorse- _,,.,, , . .._ ,, . ment and his appeal for party to thank for advising the CDC people were wen aware don't use. Sen them with in- IOT uie cjosmg session, ^omc wain-c^i j. ^·omir* «*wii wici _^_^_^______ delegates felt they had Unrch endorsement by acclamation. DONT K E E P things you to ^"V for advising the.CDC people were wen aware don't use. Sen them with in- L President not to put in a per-he is a Democrat whUs the expensive Classified Ads and H 405 E. 4th St. sonal appearance. CDC plan-other two candidates are Re( have cash i n s t e a d . Dial ^ ._ 'SANTA AN*. Ffce nsrs hoped to the last min-'publicans. Although the race HE 2-5959 today. 'Siil-'if Up to 24 Months to Pay RAMEY UPHOLSTERY CO. t!L : W« fploliftr CENUAt OFFICES SANTA ANA r 1-1492 FREE ESTIHtTCS FREE flCKUr t DEUVERT 5304 LON BEACH BLVD. 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