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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 14

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 14

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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In mea races lung ouncBl Kun- By DAVE HOPE Tribune Political Writer A long standing political campaign Is better organized, better financed, and he is run-n i on a well-publicize five-point program," aimed primarily at taxes and industrial development Rilea bases his re-election campaign on his record in office which dates back to 1951. As the West Oakland representative on the council, he has been consistently critical of redevelopment programs votes cast for three other Eng's problem is to gel these voters back to the polls a difficult assignment in view of public indifference to the election and to get the support of enough of them to overcome Rilea 's lead. If the total vote is approximately the same as in April, Eng needs some 000 of the 21,000 loose votes to assure a win. Rilea, 82, is a retired railroad engineer with more than 50 years of union membership. of the Iron is displayed.

Rilea makes a point of the fact that because he is retired, he is able to devote full time to city affairs. A native of Kansas, Rilea has lived here since 1893. He was graduted from Oakland schools and has been active in many civic organizations, including the West Oakland Im- provement Club, West of Market Boys, and Old Club. He and his wife live at 1474 "12th. Street, their home for more than 50 years.

Eng calls for property tax relief, new industry and jobs, encouragement of business, an end to "junkets," and some means of getting neigh boring cities to pay taxes for support of Oakland facilities they use. He urges progress on the redevelopment program, city control of War on Poverty projects, and a halt to tax exemption status for institution' -owned residential buildings. Eng, 55, is a native of Oakland, a graduate of the Uni-v i of California, with postgraduate work at Pennsylvania State College and Louisiana State College. He has practiced optometry here for more than 30 years and is a past president of the Alameda-Contra Costa Opto-metric Society. His long service to the Boy Scout movement was recognized by the Silver Beaver award, and appointment to the National Boy Scout Council's interracial committee.

He is a past district governor for Alameda and Contra Costa Lions Clubs, and has been active in campaigns for the United Crusade, school bonds and taxes, the March of Dimes, Cerebral Palsy, and Cancer' Society. Eng and his wife are the parents of five children. The family home is at 262 Wayne Ave. There is only one other contest on the ballot Tuesday, with Councilman Dan Maro-vich facing a challenge by i Binns, department store executive. feud will be up for its third showdown at the Oakland municipal election Tuesday as veteran Councilman Howard Rilea again faces a challenge by Dr.

Raymond L. Eng, opto- metrist 1 In their first clash, eight years ago, Rilea bested Eng 4 tut by 11,000 votes in a run-off and. persistent in demanding action on current projects before new proposals are started. Rilea came out of last month's primary election with a lead over Eng, but the determining factor Tuesday could be the 21,000 election. Four years ago Eng failed to get into the run-off, I placing third In a primary race, 17,000 votes behind Ri-llea.

Eng supporters predict It will be different this time. His He waged a one-man campaign that resulted in the establishment of Railroad Park at 7th and Harrison Streets where old-time saved from the historic days HOWARD E. RILEA DR. RAYMOND L. ENG Veteran Councilman faces challenge Tuesday Ofif ALL FOUR CAPWELVS STORES ABE OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE OPEN THREE NIGHTS CAPWELLS HAS THE GIFTS ana: wmi Lovely fragrance from Elizabeth Arden! SET OF MEMOIBE CHEBIE Perfume spray Mist Oil Summer soft enchantment of roses and jasmine perfume in travel-ready spray containers for a luxurious gift or your own delight.

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