Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 2
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Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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P«cj« A-2-INDEPENDENT LM* t«x. H*n. Axil ' ··* r-L.A.C. SAYS:Partisan Yes Also a Principle PKOPLK IN THE NK1,'S 2 Little Sisters Die of Suffocation in Fire Started by Their Mother State bond issues totaling $970 million will be on the June 5 ballot. This was decided by the state legislature Wednesday night. It was a partisan victory for the Republican members. Hut it was also based nn uti important principle. # · * * Gnv. Drown had insisted that the bond issues be divided, with part on the June ballot and part on the November ballot. It takes a two-thirds vote to place the bond issues on the ballot. All the 44 Democrats in the Assembly voted for the splitting of the bond issues. But they needed 10 of the 34 Republican votes to have the two-thirds majority. The Republicans refused to budge on the principle that all the issues should be nn the same ballot. They preferred the November ballot because a larger turnout of voters would be assured in the final state election. When it appeared there was a deadlock the Republican assemblyman from Redwood City offered the compromise providing for all issues to'go on the .lime ballot. It was passed by 7.'l to 1 in the Assembly nnd .'18 to (I in the Senate. The governor has indicated lie would sijjn Hie bill--so the controversial issue is .settled. * * * Opposition to placing the bond issues before the voters was never the issue. It was the idea of splitting them to make them more palatable that was opposed. Political expediency that would split the issues so voters might not realize the total was almost a billion dollars was inexcusable. This was defeated on a partisan vote, lint in this case the Republicans had nn issue with a principle with which most of the people will ugiec 1 . It was an example of what a strong minority party organization can accomplish in the legislature. When used for constructive purposes--it is a safeguard to all the people. In this case the Republicans were in the minority--but some of their votes were needed. It was a test of strength and of a willingness to take a stand that might be an unpopular position :um»ig some of their constituents. £ £ * llrown insisted that $200 million of school bonds and S273 million of state college and other construction works be placed on the June ballot. Hut he wanted to hold off some $500 million of other bonds for the later election. The opposition case was based on the principle that the voters bad the right to have the whole package presented at one election. 'Ibis could have a good effect in that it should Insure a much larger turnout of voters for the June primary election. The bond issues can be much better debated in the primaiy than they could in the November election when the final vote for governor and other elected offices will be bitterly contested. It might be even better if bond issues were on .separate elections free of any partisan issues. Hut. at least, this .settlement docs away with the effort to vote on them on a piecemeal basis.--I.A.C. (CxofeK* Ittm wilt tn«« A mother let fire to her home Thursday "because the house was dirty," she told authorities. Two of Mrs. Mary Jane Huby's daughters. Patricia. 4. and Kathryn, '·), died of suffocation in the fire. Two sons escaped death because they had left the home in Waynedale. Ind., before the (Ire started. Mrs. Ruby was'charged with arson and placed on $10,000 bond. She was held in the constant care section of Lutheran Hospital where she was taken in shock. DIES Sir Percy Sillitoe. 7.1, former dead of Britain's espionage and spy - catching service, died T h u r s d a y night in Eastbourne, England. AH'Anns Paul Newman Thursday was named best foreign actor of the year by t h e British Film ; Academy for his role in the film, ·The Hits- Icrs." Peter Finch won ihe , male acting award for NAMED Actor Lloyd Nolan was named In a $220,000 dam- ace suit filed Thursday In Los Angeles by a 75-year- old freelance writer who claimed she fell In his home while viewing a p i c t u r e . Mrs. Ivy Crane W i l s o n 'charged In the statement that faulty lighting en the Nolan steps caused her to fall and fracture her left elbow and shoulder Dec. 28. PRINCESS BIRCrTTA Ill/M'll Princess Blrsltta of Sweden, wife of Germany's Prince , Johann Georg of , Hohenzollem-Sigmariagen. ; gave birth to a son In a Munich. Germany, clinic ; Thursday. \ . A member of the ptiiiv*'s household staff said tha Princess and her child were doing well. Princess Dlrgit- , ta was married to Prince . , Johann Geort; last May 30. ; AN INNOCENT VICTIM Maria, 15-month-old German -*wi.t«j girl adopted wtm*»t» few months ago by Eddie Fisher and Elizabeth Taylor, Is watched by nurse at Elizabeth's villa In Rome. SUiry Page C-ll. SALE An art gallery in New Yntk announced Thursday it will put on sal? some letters and even canceled checks written by astronaut John II. Glenn Jr. A spokesman for the Parkc-Bcmct Gallcricv said the items are genuine "historical documents" that will go on sale Tuesday. At the same sale will be letters signed by Dr. S l g m u n i l Freud, George Washington. Dr. Albert Einstein. Thomas Jelfcrson, Queen Elizabeth I, George Bernard Shaw. Mohandas K. Gandhi and Dr. Albert Schweitzer. The Glenn l e t t e r s will give their purchaser little new insight into the astron a u l ' s philosophy. They deal only with some trouble be had with a smell foreign-made car. The letters asked for service im the car. complained of tl'C collapse of the generator, and demanded a refund for an error on the bill. WILL OIT White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger said Thursday a television exchange between President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev is stilt off. THIRTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS (we're spelling it out so there can't be any doubl) Portof-entry prices on the new, 1962 Renault Dauphine now start at $1395. Test drive a new Dauphine at your Renault dealer's today. RENAULT .SOPHIA IMIEI'l-A'DENT Publtthcd duly ricrlJt Sunday it ^·Ih SI. Jnd PiPf A*r»., LoniJ n.^ch l*. CU'l. Lnitrrd Jl tfcond Hot puttrr Mar. IT. HI I. .,1 Long If MCI Cruit. LPI Angelfl Courtly. Otl. I. HII. Prcrtf No. C-VXtO. l'«r Ptr Mftnib Year DHivft, By Mill I a Year? IIATI. Italy l/l 1 *-- Mrs. llri«- ida Acquaviva been notified she owes the city I!HI hack taxes of :i lire (less than lialf a tent). The tax collcc- »?.rs \ tur'.s letter s,aid she could pay ^'thc taxes in thrre inMnll Intents. "N'o I.ove for Johnnie." Sophia I.nren u;is named host foreign actress for her performance in "Two Women." FOUND 'Ihe Kentucky Society has discovered a letter from Urlgham Young asking for a special session of the legislature *o grant the Mormans r e l i g i o u s asylum in Kentucky. The letter, dated April :IO. 1845, is addrcs-i-d to finv. William Oivslcy. Il was found in the hisuirical society's lnadt|uarterr in the o l d s t a t e h o u s e in Frankfort. There is nu evidence that Ow.slcy made any reply to Young's request. inroitci: SUIT llroadwny actress Lillian lloth, author of "I'll Cry Tomorrow." was sued for divorce Thursday hy Thomas Hurt Mcfiuirc Jr., in Phoenix, Am. Miss Koth is starring in the New- York Ilroad- way pro- 9^.'Qi.'s r .7 duc'tion "I LILLIAN Can Ort It for You Wholesale." McGuire, who lives at Sedona in northern Ari- /ona, charged mental cruelly in his suit filed In Sti- I perior Court. m^ 5AVE-6- ·RAWA!!! Medicine Cabinets I6"x26" OVERALL REG. , $ ir (Coronet DELUXE BATHROOM ;'CABINET I 30"x 28" Hit. { ,524.40 * Sptciil 'IG WALL HUNG CABINET Ha^jt en t^t *-a!l at taiy ni a picturt. No re-nodtlinrj -ftdtd. ToU down l^t old tabintl end harq fr* nt*« iiqM o v t r l^» old «*al| optn* i-"J. loirllrily polilhtd ifain- Itti itrtl «itffier. NO Dt*lt*S. flMSf Carload Savings Picture Frames Unfinished $·§ *O 2"--9"xt2" ONLY I .2.7 Gold Finish $ 2'/,"_8",!0" ONLY Siici la 74"i34"! NO DF4ir»J. ONE 1" Pure Bristle Brush! wlfh each '/} pf. Scalfifc Sealer Sfofn EXCELLENT FOR FINISHING PICTURE FRAMES NO DEALERS. PLEASE ict il luirlliil Fllilt , flulrtj ft aid tlM Hal Mull 927 LONG BEACH BLVD. conn I 1 """" Ml4111 ^to*' 553 **X V5. ^-.,\ W* NYLON SLIP Cut with sIuJow panel, 4 jorei for easy Milkin;. Dainty foWed ilieer And »cal- loped embroidery detail*. l'j\otitc whitf. Proportioned for petilf, : in M/et ?- to · and Ull A. BALLERINA SLIPPERS »thcr-loil: loMia; «ily Tor travel. Riiljc.t rubber sole, r""y I* 0 * """· AuoileJ ualiaXe cotois. -t-10. « SEAMLESS SHEER NYLONS 3. 98°pr. Favneite .Spring color*--»untonr, Toutone and laupctoae. S'.i-lI. BY NATURFLEX -CRADLE CUP BRA 1.00 Comfortable mrr-'iMp nip are circle MitdicJ lor delinition. Foim rtib- her unj;r cup. Ijce trimmed white cotton. A. NATURFLEX LONG LINE BRA LmbroiJcred cotton nal clastic pjr.elt with neaC claitic fini^icd tJ;ei. Circle ttitched cnpc. \Nhit U and C curt 34 to *~ B. NATURFLEX GIRDLE Have firm control with rvon po»er net and tijlon rn-!"t fiMinJation. I'ropoitioned 12*. I.'", 14' Icntltn. 4 jjrt.-ij. \\hite. .Si/« S-M-I, C. PRETTY BABY DOLLS C'utc p^i4m^t cent; in a vUe a»oitmcnt of lloucicJ coliont. Atlr^ttive trimt. Dloomer M/e» S-M-I. f D. PRIMSTYLE CLASSIC SLIP 1 Cloud toll in Ion tricoJ «!thi lice tmolhered txxlice aod beo. \ f Rich' embroidered details. V ."no»7 nhite. !ue 34 to 49. Jv PRIMSTYLE HALF SLIP Nilon tricot sheath with lavUh *" ilcfp l.ue litm. I'.lailis In whitr. 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