Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

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Friday, April 6, 1962
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A.I4-INOEPENDENT "POLITICS Garrison Raps MD Group lly BOB 1IOUSER ^ Capt. Charles M. Garrison. GOP candidate for Assembly In the East Long Beach 39th District (old 70th), Thursday Criticized "delaying tactics of a group of local doctors" in Jhc matter of procuring a Navy hospital for Long Beach. · G a r r i s o n said he has worked for the hospital for several years and noted that a similar report was circulated a few years ago (a move to stall construction). ."These men arc ill-advised." w'id Garrison, "they arc lacking in knowledge as to local conditions and the needs of the armed service*. This hospital will not only be used by naval personnel but will be available to personnel of all our armed services including the Coast Guard." ,* * * * * ;OARK1SUN made his observation in officially launch- in}; his campaign and in un- tlgrlining two of his campaign issues, education .and taxes. , He calltd for closer co Tuesday Deadline Set for Property Taxes I. P-T Itl AuMta tMIM . BERT B. BOND Long Beach Native rcater voice, extending co- jperation to the point of a statewide conference of these mentioned groups to determine what needs to be included in texts. Garrison · told some 150 operation members, b e t w e e n school the state supcrin tcndcnt and the state board o/ education, especially in t e x t b o o k preparation. He \yould give school boards a persons at his open house that local taxes tan be reduced "by unfreezing a cer tain percent of Long Beach's share of tidclund oil funds" for constructing public build- inns and amortizing bond issues. He said he would work toward such a change in the state legislature. * * · · JAMES A. HAYES, a Republican opponent of Garrison, emphasized his belief in the free-enterprise system at a briefing session of his supporters in Park Estates. Underlining an informational program against "cradle to grave dependence upon government," Hayes would urge local school districts to teach principles of Individual liberty, and a sound free- enterprise system. He said his own children in Frisk Elementary, S t a n f o r d Junior High and M i l l i k a n High schools "have a good foundation in these principles. We as parents should show them the great advantages of individual initiative over governmental control." * · · # IJLKT I). I10ND, D e m o critic candidate for Assembly n the 39th, has submitted the following biographical material since the recent announcement of his candidacy. He is owner of Bond Stove County taxpayers were re- ments must be made to Os|minded today by Tax Collec- ly's office in the Hall of Ad- tor Harold J. Ostly that the ministration, 225 N. Hill St., Los Angeles. The county col second and final inttallment of the 19G1-62 Los Angeles County property tax Is due before 5 p.m. Tuesday. Tax bills, accompanied by check or money order, which are mailed and carry a postmark to 5 p-m. Tuesday will lector has no branch offices. The 10G1-C2 tax bills to taled $859,310,436. Ostly re ported. As of Thursday, al but about $256 million had been paid. Dally payments through' Thursday were aver be accepted without penalty. Late payments carry a penalty of six per cent plus $1 costs, Ostly warned. Pay- aging $3 million, but Ostly said the dally total \vouli jump on both Monday and Tuesday. supports. Republicans Catherine May Wash., and Ben Reifel, S.D., joined 20 Democrats In voting I ! Demos Score iii JFK Farm Fight WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Jemocuts trying to d r i v e 'resident Kennedy's controversial farm bill through the House before Easjer won a major preliminary v i c t o r y Thursday when the House Agriculture Committee approved a section designed to rut wheat surpluses. The committee voted 22-13, in favor of an administration wheat program under which Farmers would have to choose between reduced plantings or abolition of government price 'or the program. Kep. Harold' D. McSween, D-La., Joined 12 Republicans In opposing It. Rep. W. R. Poage. D-Tex.. said the wheat section would be subject to possible further votes when the committee later considers a final' draft of the bill. But I'oage said he believed Thursday's ,\we was "a straw In the wind" Indicating that prospects are good for approval of other key sections of the measure. ·*· GLASSES for the FAMILY · Eyes Examined · Contact Leases · Glasses Fitted · Credit Terms For Onidoora For outdoor work or play, your preacriptioa lens duplicated in up to date SHNOIASSES. Works, OC5 E. 4th St., which lie says he has built into well established concern from a small beginning in 1944. He is a native son of Long Beach and worked for many years as a rig builder (Local 1458) building oil derricks in most of California's oil fields. He also is a former member of Local 250. Pipefitters. « * * · B O N D CONSIDERS his background as a workingman and employer and as a rep lusentalive of the people o f j Long Beach makes him well] qualified. He has been a city councilman and vice mayor, since his election in I960. j Ho is a past master of Alia' Loina Lodge 043 K. and A.M.;; member of HI Bckal Temple;! Long Beach Commandery No. 4: Sciots; BPOE 888; Chambcri of Commerce; Long Beach executives Assn.; Downtown Long Beach Associates, and] other groups. Aclilis Alialia Shook ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia /T--Uarth tremors shook Addis Ababa Thursday, rattling doors and windows. i ·Current yearly rale effective April 1,1962 FREE MONEY ORDERS TO OUR VALUED SAVERS. Safety ol your savings insured up to J 10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Free postage on all save by-mail transactions. Famines paid 4 times a year. Accounts postmarked on or before the lOtti oi the month earn from the 1st. 1 Free parking next door. OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT NOW! TRANSFER TODAY! INSURED SAVINGS LONG BEACH BRANCH: 4512 Atlantic htm, Biihy Knolls-GA. 8-1281 Miin Office 426 South Spring Strett, toi AngtlM-MA 4*624 WILLBANKS QUALITY CARPET REMNANTS AND ROLL LESS ENDS BELOW -ssafBSSys. NYLON WILTON Smith °° SC Should Sell for Much Morc_,^- 3 beautiful colors from. ( AT l»w AND BELOW 79.00 59.00 49.00 59.00 49.00 45.00 .00 .00 33.00 59.00 oi39.oo 168JOO 59.00 66.00 49.00 27.00 NO MONEY DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY . CM. il.cV V,,| · I OUlp. O«« SI»V Nwtk ·I Ptllllc C*t Open 10-9 Men. thru Fr!.; Sot. Sun. 10-5:30. Call for Free Estimate! In Your Home. DRAPERIES and CARPETING PHONE GE 4-0901 1879 FREEMAN AVE. SIGNAL HILL

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