POLITICAL NOTES: Column Campaign

Having gone through a grueling Presidential campaign last fall, Los Angeles had little wind left for its municipal primary last month, still less for its runoff election last week in which Mayor Frank Lawrence Shaw was returned to office for four more years with a majority of 25,000 votes over his opponent, County Supervisor John Anson Ford.

Los Angeles municipal candidates run without party labels, but everybody knew that Mayor Shaw is a nominal Republican and that Candidate Ford is currently Chairman of the Democratic County Central Committee, although he made an...

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