Independent from Long Beach, California on February 8, 1958 · Page 19
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NOW I tO.OO '58 ZENITH 21" CONSOLE 98.88 "^1995 'NOW I*' 1 ** 1 ' CHOICE OF . . . 3-DRAWERCHEST.3. _ SHELF BOOKCASE or DESK Regular ^A "-'Q'5' $39.95...-NOW Z*t.73 MODERN DESK ,,°. SSI.ll 4 nr.li »«·"*' CARPETING WALL TO WALL ·It.,. Regular $329.95 ................ NOW J57 PHILCO 24 1 : CONSOLE M .,,pnd A..-W.P. $ RtGULAR W..v. Per Squar. Regular $489.95 ..NOW S 298.88 5I7O Atlantic Ave., N. Long (near 52nd and Atlantic) Death Notices STOUT--Leona Frances, 43,. 4842 Daisy Ave., died Friday, i Surviving are her husband, Robert R.; · a- son, Wayne, R.'; a daughter, Mrs. Janice Peacock; parents, Mr. .and'; Mrs.. Frank. Diette, and a -sister, Mrs. Irma McDonald. Service Monday, 2:30 p.m.', Hunter Mortuary Chapel. SMITH--Mrs. Mildred ' E., 139% Loreta Wk., died Friday. Surviving . are husband, .Mace A.; son, Jack V.; daughter, Mrs. Beverly Goodale; brother; Oscar Smith; · sister, Mrs. Claudia Durene. Private service today, 4 p.m., Patterson Snively Mortuary. DOHLMAN -- John, 52, -of 1398% 'St. Louis Ave., dicd'Fri- day. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving, are wife, Gladys; stepsons, Harold and Charles Bruce; stepdaughter, Jeanette Cunningham; sister, Mrs. Regeina Brady. Service Monday,'-2;30 p.m., Mottell's Peek Chapel of the Palms. BLOMK --Mrs. Victoria, 83, of 1532 E. 8th St., died Friday. Surviving are sons-,- Walter and Edward M.; sister, Mrs. '"-Matilda G. Hockenbcrry. Service Monday, 10 -a.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. NANIvA -- Mrs. Marianne Teresa, 25, of 5815 Allington St., died Wednesday. Surviving are husband, Paul; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Avitable; sister, Miss.Algea Avitable. Service today, 10 a.m., Lakewood Mortuary. in Moscow for Parley BEIRUT, · 'Lebanon- UE -Syrian Communist Party leader Khaled Bakhdash has gone' to Moscow with his family for conferences on the role of the party in the new Syrian-Egyptian united Arab Republic, informed sources said Friday. ' "The 'sources 'explained that fears of Syrian- government leaders that the Communists were getting too powerful became a. -factor ia · prompting Syria .to unite with. Egypt where the Communist Party is outlawed. The Baath Socialist '(Communist) Party has been legal in . Syria, and Bakhdash was a member of parliament.*.. It appeared 'that the Soviets who have expressed only, cautious approval of the merger, were worried about' the union. Although Egypt's Gamal Abdel , JSlasser ' has espoused friendship -for Russia and has accepted Soviet -.arms and economic aid, he "never has permitted the Communist Party to operate. 1 In the new' state' there will be only one party -- Nasser's .own National Union -- and no place for."a separate- Communist organization such as has been operating under Bakh- dash in Syria. INDEPENDENT--Page C-1 Ufif l«Kh, C.llf., »«t., r«k. «, 5 More Cuban Dead HAVANA am -- Revolution- ry disturbances " throughout- uba caused at leastfive more .-rv-? eaths Friday,- including that. f an-.lL-year-pld boy who was ectrocuted when he-tried to. hortcircuit a high tension line,. n'.Las Villas Province. N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y -NOTICE-- ." Notice is hereby given by ths nderslgned. Florence E. Macris,' .. esiding at 306 16th St., Seal Beach. - alifornia,' that after the date of _.1 Feb. 8, 1958, ahe will not be re- . .. ponaible for any debts, liabilities - r obligations incurred by any per- ons other than herself. Dated Feb. 7. a95S. Signed/FL.ORENCE E. 'MAORIS - il . Feb. 8, 10, 11, 1958 (3t) L.B.I. Union Official Facing Charge of Manslaughter LOS ANGELES -Of-El-- A" 07- year-old Teamsters Union official Friday was held "crim- mally responsible" for the traf- f; c death of Alex I. 'Weinberg day. Surviving are daughters, j 3^ on _ the Pasadena freeway Mrs. Josephine Johnston, Mrs.' W. B. Scott, Mrs. Rita B, Nichols, Mrs. Mary B. Griffith and WHITE--Mrs. Flora, 83, of 263 Lindero Ave., died Thursday. Surviving is a cousin, Mrs. Jessie E. Rogers. Service Monday, 2 p.m., B. W; Coori Funeral! Home. ZINGG-- Joseph Tony, 79, of 6749 Atlantic Ave., died Thurs- NON-RESPONSIBILITY N O T I C E . . , Notice is hereby given by th» .ndersigned Esther Flumerfelt, re- idlng at 620. Via Almendro, Long7_ ; Beach, California, that alter the .ate of Feb. 7, 1958, she will not ie responsible for · any . debts. - .' labilities or obligations' Incurred, - jy any persons other than herself." " Dated: Feb. 6. 1958. - 1IGNED: ESTHER FLUMERFELT Pub. Feb. 7, 8, 10, 1958 (3t) L.B.I. Mrs. Evelyn A. Dunn ; sons, William, Paul and Clarence C. Rosary was Friday, MottelTs Peek .Mortuary. Requiem mass today, 9 Church. a.m., St. Athanasius GALOK -- Harry Harrison, 68, of 714 E. 15th St.; died Thursday. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving are wife, Dulcie E.; stepdaughter, Mrs. Betty Mack; stepsons, Wilson and Lee Barnett; brothers, John, Charles, Elmer and Earl; sisters, Mrs. Vada Shipman and Mrs. Mary Carlson. Service Monday, '4 p.m., .Mottell's Peek Mortuary. · on Jan. 29. A coroner's jury returned the verdict against Fred Ferrier. A police officer testified at an inquest into the death that Ferrier was under the influence of alcohol when his car hurtled over a freeway barrier while traveling at 70-miles an'hour and crashed into Weinberg's auto. Ferrier was booked 1 on sus- . icion of manslaughter, then released on a writ of habeas corpus pending a court appearance on Feb.-. 20. BERTSCH---Dora, 85, of 437 Obispp Ave., died Thursday. Service .today; 4 p.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. Mental Patients Shoot Attendant and Flee-Asylum SEDRO WOOLLEY, Wash. Three mental patients, acmed and considered dangerous, broke out of Northern State Hospital Friday night after wounding one' attendant with a shotgun blast and threatening another.- Law-enforcement agencies clamped a tight ring around the hospital and s t a r t e d a house-to-house search of the area. The escapees were identified as John C h a r l e s Burr, IS, Seattle'; Richard Martin, 21, Seattle, and James Edward Ensor, 23, Port Angeles, Wash. Cannon Reappointed Gov. Goodwin J. Knight Friday reappointed Raymond Cannon, of Los Angeles, to the Marine Research Committee for a'term ending Jan. 22,1960. He has been research director of the Ocean Fish Protective Association of Long Beach and originally was appointed to the committee on Dec. 15, 1955. Building Permits This nionUi. 1271,630. Thli jear, 13,142,525. Loyal Order of Moone, Lodce 175fi, addition and alteration,' 2901 JB. Artesla. $800. Charles E. Blevlni, parking ihed, 305 W. Broadway. SGOO, Helen L. Wild, aHer.itlon. 5353 E, Carson, J1.500; Virgil E. lime.- Co. contractor. Tidewater Oil Co:, service' station 210 Alamltos, $10,800; Calcor, contrac- Jerry Giesler's Son Fined $250 as Drunk Driver LOS ANGELES iff 1 ) -- Attorney Jerry Giesler's 20-year old son, Michael, was fined $25 friday for drunk driving, but half the fine was suspended. Young Giesler was not in court --' and neither was his father--when the fine was imposed 'by Municipal Judg Stephen Weisman. A plea o: guilty on the youth's part wa entered by a lawyer from Giesler's office. Michael was arrested Tuesday by police who said he was driving erratically. Bids to Retire Whole Farms Too High, US Decides WASHINGTON W)--Bccaus it regarded most'offers, as to high, the Agriculture' Depart ment. Friday rejected abou 40,000 bids of farmers to retir entire farms from crop produc tion under a trial plan. The bids were ' offered i: Tennessee, Illinois and Nebra ska under a experimental plar set'up under the 325-million dollar conservation reserve o the Soil Bank program. The department didjiot say what effect today's action will have on plans for extend ing the bid plan to other state next year, but some official said it was a good guess tha the plan is dead. OFFICIAL CITY PRINTING , . tor: B. Perlln, engineer. N. LIpton. alteration, 1SOO Pacific, ' . . , J900: George Gibson, contractor. John J. Fotl, Covotcs. J4.000. - , . addition, 4063 I.OS . . E.- Mi:ie.-, addition, 501 W. 31st, 11,000. D. J, Lemleux, addition, 115 E. -60th, 53,000: .. Ada Borelll, addition, 3G30 Parade, (1.000 Gordon H. Sandberc, addition, 6026 Wardlow, S1.300. T. E. McShane. alteration, 1073 Temple. J8fl7: Thomas HeatlnR Air Conditioning Co., contractor. H. S. Holbert, alteration.' 918 Hoffman, 5700; Karalson's Furnaces, contractor. ' NOTICE TO VOTERS Notice is hereby shren that coplt o; the proposed amendment to tn Charter ot.the City of Lons.Beac submitted by the City Council o sal- 1 City, to be- voted upon at a election to be held in the C:ty 0 Lone Beach on Tuesday, the 4t day of March, 1953, have bee printed in pamphlet form, copies o which may be had upon applicatio therefor at the office of tha Cit Clerk Boom 101, City Hall. Lou Beach. California. '. Dated this 14th day of January 1958. (SEAL) MAHGAEET L. HEARTWELL City Clerk or the City o'. LOEK Bcac Pub Jan IS thru March t. 195 except Sunday, (41t)--L.p.I. Remember Her With FLOWERS on Valentim Legal Notice . JON.RESPONSIBIL-|TY NOTICE".-,i Notice is hereby .given -by .tho nderslpied, Evelyn M. Hackett, esidi-ne at-2723 Greentop St.. Lake---^ ood, California, that after the dat« f Feb. 8, 195S, ahe wiir.not ba - esponsibie-for any-debts, liabilities-- f r obligations incurred, by any per- ons-other than herself. , Dated Feb. 7, 1958. ' --" Sicned/EVELYN M. HACKETT ' ub. I-eb. S,-10, 11.1958 (gt) L.B.I. · SON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE ; Notice is hereby given by th«-»_-*-- ndersigned,. Charlene ,F. Benzing. eslding at 2164 Stevely Ave., Long each, /California., that after the --'·' ate ol Feb. S, 1358, she ·will not bo esponsible Tor any debts, liabili- ( ea or oblipations incurred by any,_ ^. ergons other than herself.! ~ -' Dated. Feb. 7, 1058. , --: Signed/CHARLENE F. BENZING 'ub. Feb. S, 10, 11, 1958 (3t) N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the un- , eraigned James O. Boteler, resld- ng at 2308 E. 17th St., Long Beach, · California, that atter the date of... Feb. 'S, 1958, he will not be respon- ible for any debts, liabilities or" ibligations incunred'by any persons ither than himself. ·Dated Feb. 4, 1958. - · ; .- (Signed) JAMES O. BOTELER J ub. Fob. 6, 7,' 8, 1S58 (30--L.B.L ~ N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice is hereby given by tha .,· ndersigned Barney Win. Peterson eslding at 660 Quincy 'Ave., .Long Beach, California, that after the ate of Feb. 8, 1958, he will not" e responsible for any debts, lia- jilities or obligations Incurred by any persons other than himself. Dated Feb. 7. 1958'. (signed) BARNEY WM. PETERSON' , 'ub. Feb. 8, 10, 11. 19S8 (3t) L.B.I.- - Albert J. Denning 304 Newport. Long ' NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the. underslcned '" ' * ~ '-residing at _ _ ,, Beach, California, that after '-the date of Feb. 6, 1S58, he -will not -be' ·esponsible for any debts, liabilities r obligations 'incurred by any 'per- ions other than himself. .Dated Feb. 5. 195S. signed) ALBERT. JOHN DENNING Pub. Feb. 6, 7, S. 1958 (3t)--L.B.I. CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS. FICTITIOUS FIRM NAME THE UNDERSIGNED, do hereby . " certify that they are conducting * jeauty · salon business at '2561 B. Carson St., City o£ Long Beach, County or Los Angeles, State ol . California, under the fictitious firm · name ot LEE'S'BEAUTY SALON and that said firm is composed ot the following persons, whose name*-- .and addresses ar« as follows, to-witj. Aletha Ginther, 2556 E. 220th St. Long Beach (10), Calif. Mildred Mohler, 2535 Jackson St.j · Long Beach (10) Calif. ' - - . WITNESS our tands this 30th,day... ' of January, 1958. ALETHA GINTHER · MILDRED MOHLER ' . v STATE OF CALIFORNIA.... ) COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ) sa. ON THIS 30th day of January -· A.D., 195S, before me, Dorothy . Carlbom Baker, a Notary Public in ' and for said County and State, residing therein duly commissioned . and sworn, personally appeare'd Aletha Ginther and Mildred Mohler known to me to be the person* rhose names are subscribed to th« within Instrument, _ and acknowl--- they executed edged to me that Jie same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in , ;his certificate first above written. "'*·' . (SEAL). DOROTHY CARLBOM BAKER Notary Public in and for ·-. ^ ' Said County and State My commission expires Oct. 31, 1958. Pub. Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22,- 1958 (4t) LBI. NOTICE Los Angeles. California Office o.t- the District Director of Internal_ Revenue, February 6, 1958. Pursuant to authority contained i n -- : . Section 6331, Internal Revenue Coda of .1954, the following described property has been seized lor nonpayment of 'delinquent Internal .Revenue taxes due from Fab-Air Products Co., Inc., 1212 Euclid Ave.,-Long Beach, California. The prop- · erty will be sold in accordance with ,, the provisions of Section 6335, In-.-, ternal Revenue Code of 1951. and the regulations promulgated there- "^ under, at public auction on the~ -· 18th day of February, 1958 at 11:00, A.M. o'clock- on the premises at 1212 Euclid-Ave., Long Beach, Calif. Description of property -- Orton_^ router, Wattle dies. 85 ton Toledo ,, press. Marshalltown press, drill · presses sanders, motors, power brake, time clock, - welders, tube) , bender, power shear. #343 LYR-" · Wodkins router, typewriters, desks,-."chairs, other office and machine shop equipment and a I960 Cadillac auto. The property will be offered-.-.' for sale In the aggregate. Only the . right, title and interest of. Fab-Air" Products Co., Inc.. In and to the property will be offered for sale. The terms of payment will be payment in full upon acceptance of the-.'.' highest bid, without regard to'the_. s amount of such bid. Robert A. ' Riddell, District Director, by Richard S. Olsen, Revenue Officer, 342 _, American Ave., Lone-Beach, CalP"'" fornla. Premises/and property will-, be open for inspection on lebru- ary 14, 1958 from "10 A.M.-12 A.M. and on- February 17, 1958 from 11-'.. A.M.-2 P.M. Pub. Feb. 8, 1958 (It)--L.B.I. .. Benner Florists 934 E. Third HE 2-84O3 NOTICE Los Angeles; California Office o f 1 the District Director · of Internal Revenue. February "6, 19BS. Pur- , susnt to authority 'contained in--'- ' Section 6331, Internal Revenue Code.,- . of 1954. the. following described _ , property has been seized for nonpayment o£- delinquent Internal Revenue taxes due from Venda-, Manufacturing Co., Inc., 1218 Euclid Ave., Long-Beach, California.^-. The property will be sold in aok.. r cordance with .the provisions of.. Section 6335, "Internal Revenue: Code of 1954, and the regulations^.._ promulgated thereunder, at public auction on the 18th day of.Febru-.-i ary 1958 at- 11:00 A.M. o'clock on_v, t the premises at 1218 Euclid Ave..; Long Beach, Calif. Description ol---' property -- welders, tool grinders. ; drill presses, .motors, Dufour Mills, clausing lathe,'- Profiler. 4 spindle . drill, JBeachmaster · Mills, Cinnl.--., . Traytop lathe, typewriters, adding t machine', desks, chairs, other offlco - ' and machine shop equipment and s,; 1956 Volkswagen pickup truck. The- property will bo offered for sa e in . the aggregate. Only the right, ,title and interest of Venda Manu-_ facturing Co., Inc., in and-'to th«..-.' property will be offered for sale.;,-. The. terms of payment will be pay-, ment in full upon acceptance of tn» --· highest bid, without regard to the);.--, amount of such bid. R° ber t A - KIddcll, District Director, by Richard S. Olsen, Revenue Officer. 34J American Ave., Long Beach, Call- fornia. Premises .and prpperty will, be open for inspection on Februar*- 14, 1058 Irom 10 A.M.-12 A.M, an* c -.' on'February 17. 1058 from 11 A.M.' · 2 P M " " · ' Pub'. Jteb. S, 1S58 (It)--L.B.I. - % ;··

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