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C-14--INDEPENDENT twt t«Kl Cllll., FrIMv, F»» PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) 1-Cent Flood Gas Hike OKd SACRAMENTO W) -- The Senate Finance Committee ignored Gov. Reagan's objections Thursday and ap- ! proved a three-month, one-cent boost in the present seven-cenl-a-gailon motor fuel lax lo repair road damage from January's floods. Speaking for the governor, Roy M. Bell, assistant · director of finance, said the administration "must be in opposition to any increase in the gas tax." Bell said repairs could be financed by money now available. But the committee followed the advice of legisla- , live advocates for hard-hit l.os Angeles County, and the city of Los Angeles in approving the measure. It applies to gasoline and diesel fuel. ·iiiumxiHiitMtiiMiiiiiMiiHiimiiiinnnMimiMHHmiiiiimin 'VX. A 1 T^^ 1 · mil WOULD Drug Abuse, Delmqency THE BILL, however, would give Reagan permission to lift the levy before the three-month period is over if enough money had been raised to finance repairs of damage for the worst flooding to hit California in three decades. William McCoy, lobbyist for the city of I.os Angeles, said the measure would raise between $24 million and S25 million. 'lliat would be enough to finance a new distribution formula also approved by the committee--a formula backed by l.os Angeles interests but opposed hy representatives of lightly populated Northern California counties. THE FORMULA would require populous Los Angeles County to pay only the first $500,000 of repairs to roads, with the state paying for 60 per cent of everything above that. The county would pay only 40 per cent. A spokesman for the County Supervisors Association, which supported the formulas, said it would also increase state aid to Fresno, Ventura and other counties suffering damage to the floods. The committee also agreed on another allocation scheme boosting money available for repairs to other public works. Sen. Stephen Teale, D-West Point, objected, saying the measure would help populous counties, but would require smaller ones to put out a large share of their tax revenues before the state stepped in to help. Bell testified that the state has already financed $9 million to $10 million in repairs to state highways from a recently discovered surplus. THE REST -- aid to counties and cities -- would come from the state highway fund, with allocations divided 50-50 between Northern and Southern California, said Emerson Rhyner of the State Public Works Department. The action sent the bill to the Senate floor. If it clears that hurdle, it must return to the Assembly for concurrence in the amendments, then go to Gov. Reagan's desk, where he would have to decide whether to sign it. MILITARISTS SACRAMENTO W) -Organizations which train dissidents to use weapons lo disrupt school activities would be outlawed under a bill introduced Thursday in the Assembly. Assemblyman F r a n k l.anlerman, R-La Canada, author of the measure, said, "It has come to our aliention that organized groups are now utilizing public rifle ranges regularly in marksmanship training, which has very serious implications," he said. Training individuals to disrupt campus activities with weapons, I.anterman said "is just the same as military training for purposes of rombat." The bill would include groups instructing or training dissidents to disrupt or interfere with school activities in the definition of "paramilitary organization." Under the penal code, it is illegal for members of paramilitary organizations 10 assemble "for the purpose of practicing with weapons." Violators face a maximum one year prison term in county jail and $1,000 fine. Bill Would Hike Ton 1O P SACRAMENTO UP) -California's Human Resources Agency will concentrate its greatest efforts in the year ahead on dealing with crime, delinquency and drug abuse, its top officials reported Thursday. Their remarks came in the second of a series of "slate of the agency" reports expanding on Gov. Reagan's "stale of the state" message. Spencer Williams, head of the agency which covers 10 departments, said that when it comes to protecting the public: "Of greatest current concern . . . are the problems of delinquency, drug abuse and crime." In the fiscal year starting July 1, he said, the agency -- which spends about 34 cents of every dollar in the state's operating cash box, the General Fund -- will aim at: --Greater emphasis on preventing delinquency, even going into the schools to spot potential delinquents. --Strengthen efforts to rehabilitating those adults and youths who do run afoul of the law, stress- of State Ol 3 Id 1C ing more effective probation when inmates of correctional facilities are released. --Intensify efforts to solve the causes of delinquency, such as unemployment, poor health, mental illness. Williams noted, "drug abuse has skyrocketed. In the first half of 1968, more than 15,000 youngsters under IS were arrested for drug law violations. This Is three times tho figure for the first half of 1967." He also noted that despite a special investigation, the agency still is uncertain just how widespread welfare fraud is -but it intends to find out. Three traveling teams of three men each will take random samples of aid to families with dependent children, the largest category of welfare, and refer clear cases of fraud to local officials for prosecution. The agency also will seek legislation allowing it to cut off aid to a person found to have left a job in one part of the state and moved to another, if he refuses to accept transpor- Top officw,'p. y WILLIAMS MAY TAKE FEDERAL POSITION SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Legislation calling for 5375,000 to increase the salaries of top state officials and permitting the administration to set the pay for other high-level executives was introduced Thursday. The bills by Sen. Randolph Collier, D-Yreka, was based on recommendations by the Little Hoover Commission which reported earlier lhat top officials were not. paid in proportion to their responsibilities. SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- State Human Resources Secretary Spencer Williams said Thursday plans to take a job in President Nixon's administration were "still in the discussion stage." "No decision has been made," he said in response to reporters' q u e s t i o n s at a news conference. He mentioned areas of discussiaon including heallh, education and welfare, housing and urban development and employment. Political sources have said that Williams may replace Cecil Poole as U.S. attorney for Northern California. Asked about that by newsmen, Williams replied: "That's pure speculation." tation hack to where he had been employed. John Montgomery, social welfare director, said details hadn't been worked out. He said impetus for the legislation came from an influx of hippies into north coast counties, where they were drawing welfare although they had jobs in San Francisco. Increased emphasis also will be put on the state's program of subsidizing counties to improve their supervision of ex-convicts on parole. Some 41 counties with 94.9 per cent of the state's population will take part in the program in the coming year, Williams reported. The pioneer program of allowing married prisoners two-day private visits with tiieir families in private apartments at the Ta- hachapi institution will continue. Since last fall, ."557 visitors have been allowed in the special program for inmates close to release. Another effort aimed at casing the reintegration of ·prisoners into society will be to set up a "halfway house" in Los Angeles to provide a temporary residence for parolees who have no family ties and jobs. The Public Health Department will take a close look at the diets and eating habits of at least 4,000 families in poverty areas, with the aim of helping correct those with a bad diet. · Legal Notice l Nolle* 37951 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE i No. F-4469 : On tha 10th day of March, 1969, ·t 11:00 A.M., at West entrance to Gateway East Buildike, 1800 Avenue ot the Stars. LosXngeles (Century City). California, BANK OP AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND ,SAVTNGS ASSOCIATION, as Trustee under Deed of Trust dated April 23. 13G3, executed by JACK A. WACHS AND CKIL \VACI1S, husband, and wife end recorded on May 7, 1963 In Book T2J199, Page W2, of Official Records of County Of Los Angeles, .California, Riven to iccure an indebtedness iu favor of JEANETTE "WOLF, a married *roman, Ty reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby. notice of which -was recorded on October 3, 196S in Book M3005. Page 773, of Official Records of laid Los Angeles County, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, payable in lawful money of the United States of America, at time of sale, without covenant or warranty, express or implied, as to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by the said Trustee under said Deed of Trust, In and to (he following described property, situated in the City of Lone Beach, County of Los Angele?. State of California, to-wit: Lot '23 of Ak-Sar-Tir.n Tract. In the City of Long Heacli, as per map recorded in Book 9, Pacre 197 of Maps, in the office of tha Countv Recorder. EXCEPT the East * feet thereof. For the purpose of paying obligations secured by said Deed of Trust, including 1 fees, charges, and expenses of the Trustee advances. If any. under the terms of said Deed of Trust and interest thereon, ind 519.318.51 in unpaid principal of the note secured by said Deed of Trust, with Interest, to tha data of ale. Dated: February 10. 196!). RANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST ANT) SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, as Trustee By R.M, MAGEE, Trust Officer By E. MANSKER. Assistant Trust Officer Pub. Feb. 14, 21, 2S. 1969 (31) LBI. 37219 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE FNMA No. 04-369783 BB NO. LCH 68-987 On March IS. 19G9. at 9:30 A.M.. FAIRKIELU SERVICE COMPANY as duly appointed Ti-ustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust dated December 8th 1965 executed hy Warren H. Llndberj n.nd Janet R. LindberR. husband and wife as joint tenants and recorded January 7. 1966, as instr. No. 1S06, in book T476S. page $55 of Official Records in thft office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, Califor- T34984 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. SO P 14256 Superior Court of the State of California, for Hie County of Los Angelrs- In the Matter of the Ks- tate of SADIE F. MLONDENHALU Deceased. Notice is lierebv given to creditors having claims against the taid rlrcedent to file said claims in the office of the clerk of the afore paid court or to present them to the undersipned at the office of Robert H. Wall is, 214 PM Building in the City nf Long Heath, in the aforiv laid County which latter office is th« place of business of the under- liKned in nil matters pertaining to paid estate. Such c l a i m s wit! tJio necessary vouchers must be filed or presented fls aforesaid wiihfn four months after the first B jbliration of this notice, ated February 11. 1%9 CLARABELLR LOWRY Executrix of (lie w i l l of paid decedent. Robert H. Wallis Attorney-At-Law 214 I-.M B u i l d i n g Long Beach. C a l i f o r n i a 90E12 Pub. Frb. 14, 21, 2S, .Mar. 7, 13 Legal Notice SPS 18681 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. T 9797 On JMarch 18, 1969. at 10:30 o'clock A.M.. at World Savings Elds-. HG01 "Wilshlre Blvd., Garden Level. City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, Trans-"World Financial Co., a corporation, as Trustee under tl« deed of tmst made by Tommie Lee Kirkpat rink and. Joan Klrkpatrick and recorder! July 30, 1965 In Book T4500 Page 786 nf Official Records of Los Angeles County, California, given to secure fln indebtedness in wTu^"'sEt7lj W *'AT' ' PUBLIC favor of World Savings and Loan AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time nf sale in lawful money of the United States) ON THE STEPS TO THE EAST ENTRANCE TO THE CITY HALL, IN THE CITY OF PASADENA. CALIFORNIA all riKhl, title and interest conveyed, to and now held by it under Deed of Trust in the property situated in the City of Long Beach, in said County and State described as: Lot 22 of Tract No. 12529 as per map recorded in Book 256 pages 18 to -0 inclusive of aiaps, In the offica of tha County Recorder of said County. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warrants", express or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal Mim of the note secured by said Deed of Trust, to-wit: "$19,579.12. w i t h interest from May 1, 196S as in said note provided, advances. 1C any. under t h e terms nf .' : ;iid Depd of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee nnd of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust, by reason of a breach or default in the obligations .secured thereby, heretofore executed anil delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and written notice of breach and of election to cause the undersigned to sell said proper!v to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on October 23, 19GS, the undersigned caused said notice of breach and of election to be recorded in book M3023, page 362, of ?aid Official Kecords. Date: January ::0. 1969. FAIRFIELD SERVIAN COMPANY as said Trustee By Margaret M. Stewart, Secretarj Law Offices of W I L L I A M G. H A G E N Attorney tor Trustee 1411 W. Olympic Blvd., fiults 401, Los Angeles, C a l i f . B0015 Pub. Fob. 7. 14, 21, JJfifl Ctt) LRI i Legal Notka ft Legal j\'otic« Association now tlie owner and thereof, by reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of which was recorded Nov. 32, 196S in Book M303S Tage 976 of said Official Records, will sell at public auction to ·ha highest bidder for cash, payable, n lawful iiionev of tho United .Kates at the time of sale, -without warranty as to title, possession or encumbrances, the Interest con- reveri to and now held by said Trustco under said Deed of TruM. in and to the following described property situate in the said County of Los Angeles, Stat« of California, to wit: Lot 3 In Block "B" of Bergen Tract No. 2. In the City of Long Beach. County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded In Book 10, Page 9S of Maps, in tha office of the County Recorder of said Los Angeles County. for the purpose of paying 1 obligations secured by said Deed, inulml- ..,,, thft remaining principal sum of .SO.173.08. interest, advances, if any. inder tho terms of said Deed, nnd fees, charges and expenses of the TRANS-WORLD FINANCIAL CO.. Trustee By MILDRED GREENEERG Assistant Secretary Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7. 1969 (3t) LBI. T34978 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. SOP 14189 Superior Court of the Ktftte of California, for the County of Los AiiKeles. In the Matter of the Ks- t a t e of FRED WTESE. Deceased. Notice is hereby Riven to rreili- tnra Iiavinff claims against the said decedent to file said claims in the office of the clerk of t h e aforesaid court or to present ihem to the un- dtTFJKiied at the office of JOHN- SOX JOHNSON, 60 Kim Avenue. in the City of Lous Bearh. in the afore.'.iid County, which Intter office. is the place of business of the underpinned in all matters pertain- inp to fl!d estate. Such claim? w i t h NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PERMANENT ZONING, ANNEXATION 33 A public bearing' will be held before the Lakewood Planning Comn on Thursday, March 6. 1969. at S p.m. in th« Council Chambers, 6050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, to set permanent zoning classification of R-l from Interin R-L Zoning, for Annexation Increment XI, generally located south of Arabella Street, east of Faust Avenue, north nf Droxford Street, and west of Pain Verde Avenue. Lakewood, ra.^e designated Kone Change L-56. Testimony will be taken for and acain^L the proposed permanent zoning" at t h i ? time. PAT GEA.KTTART. SECRETARY LAK'RWOOD PLANNING ('Oil MISS ION" Pub. Feb. 21. 1969 (It) LBf. NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY KOI ice is hereby given that under §.nd pursuant to the law made and E ided, t h n undersigned, K. M. iier, 1417 Lemon Ave., Long h. California, will sell at public auction at said address, at 10 o'clock A.M. on the lth day of March. 1369, th* following described personal property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy a lien due the under- Gipied for rent incurred at Fair! address, together with costs of advertising and expense of sale: Description: 1 television, 1 hi-ft. men's clmhinp. Owner: John L. Perkins. A r n m t n t d u e : SlXHcn. Dated iliis i'lth (Uy of I-Ylu-uaiv, 3969. !=. M. P.MOUKfi 1417 Lr-mi.n AVI I.nnc iS'-M.-h. ('Mir. Pub, Feb. 21, 2. M.-ir. 7. H. 1%U __ _ " N O N - R E S P O N S T B I L I T Y " N O T I C E N d i i c f t l? horehy piven by t h f - un- Invtr Gone K i r h ; i i d . he necessary vouchers nuipt he filed or presented as n f n r r s a i d w i t h i n four months a f t e r the f i r s t publication of this not ire. DALE F. W I K H K Kxecntor of the, will and Codicil of paid deredent. JOHNSON JOHNSON Attorneys-at-Law 60 Elm Avenue Long Beach, Calif. 90302 Pub. Jan. 31, Feb. 7, 14. 21, 1969 (·(t) LBI. 05496 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Superior Court of the State el California fur tlia County of Los Al iStafe Of ROBERT C. FAUR- N K R also known as R. C. FAJIR- NK1 deceased. No. M2097. N n t i r * is riven lo thft crMltor." of the above, dnaylcnt t h a i n i l peimns .·iif refiniri'i] In f i l e them iu the nf- lio of DIP ( V ' U l i t y Clerk i.r t n p i e - ent t h e m in IJALDO M. K R l i v TOVH'H. Public A d m i n i s t r a t o r , as a I i n i i i i L t i ; i l i t r «t the aMvo enlate. iit hiP place nf bn.-'ine-.s at ^UO OI1 H a l l of Hec'itf!.*, --i' N. r.ro;iflway. 1,0.1 AHtrclt*. CMifoi 111.1 Ml:.'. w i t h t he nece-Pury vou'h*Ts, w i t h i n four '«"!l!!. 1 :ii''Vm""vipiii!'"iiuciia.' jiiKmtlw n f t n r Ilic first publication of Piuli. C a l i f o r n i a , iliai nfier Ihc d a i i - M l i i s imtico. of K,.,ru»ry If, 1SKI). I.e.will ,,,,; b.« "''''Ij^uoVKmSTOVJCH, Public A d m i n i s t r a t o r of the above estate. MAdison fi-3Bll. Kxl.6428" . responsible fo, a n y debts, l l a b i l i lies, or nhli^itpoim incurred by any person? o i l n - r t h a n himself. DENVER G. RICHARDSON DKNVER G. RICHARDSON MArllson n-jbii., mi. O-.-P£ I'nV- Feb. JO, ai. :!!. J%9 (31) J-HJ. F«b, 7, J4, 21, 28, J969 OH) L.B.J. 02426 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME 69-1641 Thft undersigned dq certify they are conduct ing a business at 1762K Bellflower Blvd.. Hellflower, California, under tha fictitious f i r m K1RBY SAJ.KR KTRBT CO. nnd that said firm is composed of t h o following persons, whose namif.- In f u l l and places of resilience are is follows: Ilncy Spenk.r. K2fl Foothill. Santa Ana. California. Prep.; C h r i s t i n e I. Speaks. IG^fi Foothill, Santa Ana, California. Sec. Dated: January 21, 3069. (Signature) H U K T SPEAKS CHRISTINE SPEAKS State of California. Los Angeles County: On January 21, 19ti9. before m?. « Notary Public in nnd for said State, nersonally appeared Huey Speaks and Christine I. Speaks known to mfl to ba the persons whose names are subscribed to the within Instrument and acknowledged they executed the same. MARJOR1E SMITH. (Seal) Notary I'ubli' My commission expires Aug. 23, 1971 Pub. Jan. 31, Keb. 7, 34, 21, 1 (41) Mil. geles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 21, Pag* 67 of Maps, Miscellaneoua P*ec- ords of said County, ·subject to any coventants, conditions, restrictions, reservations, ·ights, rights-of-way and tasements of record, if any. Sale shall be mad* upon tha following terms and conditions: 1. The minimum acceptable bid shall bo $40,000.00, net to the District. 3. The sale shall bft for cash, and shall be under the usual buyer-seller terms with each party to nay one-half the escrow fee, and such other charges as are customary. The Buyer to furnish and pay for a policy of t i - tle insurance in the amount of the purchase price. 8. Title is to poss in approximately 45 days following acceptance of a bid by tlie Board of Education. 4. That any responsible person present at the session at which bids are received shall have an opportunity to bid. orally provided at least on* -written bid shall have been received, and such oral bids will ba considered by the Board of Education provided the first oral bid shall be at least 5 r /« higher t h a n the. highest -written bid. and each succeeding oral bid shall be at least B% higher than the highest preceding bid. B. Each bidder, including an oral bidder, shall submit with his bid a $2.500 certified or caslt- ier's check made payable to the Long Beach Unified School District. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will h« returned. The check of the successful bidder shall be held until escrow is closed and will then be returned. In the event the successful bidder refuses or fails to enter into an escrow, then t h e S2.500 shall be retained by the. Long Beach Unified School District. 6. The Long Beach Unified School District does not own Ilia subsurface rights. 7. No commission will b* paid by the. District. If a commission is paid. It must ba paid by th* Buyer. Bids will ba received by the Board of Education up to 4:00 p.m.. March 10, 19G9 at which tima bids will be opened and read aloud. An responsible person present at said meeting will be givpn the opportunity to bid orally or to raise the bids orally after sealed bids are opened, provided the first oral bid shall be at least 5'//. higher than the highest w r i t t e n hid. The Board of Education reserve? the right to reject any or nil bids and to withdraw the property from sale, and the right to waive any informality in any bid received. By order of the Board of Education dated February 3. J969. H O A R D OF 1 EDUCATION OF 1 THE LONG- BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY By ELIZABETH TV. "WALLACE By M. A. DUNCAN By JAMES M. CRA"WFORP By TMVIGHT C. SIGWOKTH By JEHALD S. JACOBS Pub. Feb. 7, 14. 21, 3969 3t) LBI. MANIBUSAN, a single man and recorded July 9, 1965. as instr. No. 622, in book T4459, page 657, of Official Records in the office of the County Recorder of txts Angeles County, California, WILL SKLL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOE CASH (payable at time of sale in lawful money of thi United States) at the entrance of the Los Angeles County Courthouse, at 501 West First Street, Los Angeles, California, all.right, title ind interest conveyed to and now leld by it under said Decrt of Trust n the property situated in Baitl County and State described as: Lot 20, Block 2 of Tract 7362, as per map recorded in Book SO. Page 38 of Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said County. Said sale will ba made, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of tlie note secured by said Deed of Trust, towit: $356.2S. with interest from July 13. 1968, aa In Bald note provided, advances, if any, under Hie terms of said Deed of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. The beneficiary under aaid Deed of Trust, by reason of «. breach or default in the obligations secured thereby, heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Kale, and written notice of breach and of election to cause the undersigned to sell said properly to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on November 1. 196S. the undersigned caused said notice of breach and of election to he. recorded in book M3033, page 1S6. of said Official Records. Date: February 4. 19GD. TITLE INSURANCE A\T TRUST COMPANY as said Trustee By: John TV. Patrick Authorized Signature Pub. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1969 (3t) LBI. Resolution No. 020369 Intent to Sell Real Property 7?1 l_inrj Bench Boulevard Site RESOLUTION OF INTENT TO S E L L R E A L P R O P E R T Y The ]M;ird of Kdiication of thft Long IJeai'h U n i f i e d K r h n n l D i s t n c l . in pur.^U'inre of the provisions of Seetions Ifiuiil lo ItlOfifi. b"Ui indu- ?ive. of the Education Code nf 1967, having determined lhat the following described propeity Ifl no longer raitiireil for school purposes herrby declares 11s intention to sell the property described ns follows: I,nts 17 and 19. Plnck 31. I.onp Hnarh Tnwnslte. In the Oily of Long Beach, County ot LKS An- T 34979 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. SO P 13660 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of Los Angeles. In (he Matter of the Est a t e of TRAVIS DE LONG FUNK aka T ft AVIS D. FUNK, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to creditors having Maims against the said decedent to file, said Maims in the office of th« clerk of the aforesaid rout t or to present them to the undersigned at the offica of Johnson Johnson, 60 Elm Avenue, in the City of Long Beach, in tlie aforesaid County, which latter offica li the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to said estate. Such claims "with the necessary vouchers must b« filert or presented as aforesaid within four months after thi first publication of the notice. Dated January 29. 1%S. DONAI-D R. U.XDSAY Administrator with-the-will annexed of ilie Kstatf of said dt'r.O'ient. J O H N S O N A, J O H N S O N Attorncys-at-law 60 Elm Avenue Long Beach. C a l i f o r n i a Puli .Ian. 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, 1969 MH_I.. |!.1.__ " 37624 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.O. No. 68-3064 On Thursday. March 6. lOfifl, nt l l U h l A.M.. TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY M rtilly appointed Trustee under unrt mir- snanl lo Tinrrt of Trust dRt«rt June J^. 1965, Executed By; FRANK C. i Legal Notice Wilkftns, 26019 Oak St., Lomita; Iwight T. Smith, 12:1 Claremont \ve , Long Beach; Jeffrey JIann, I WQ\'- Roy.roft, Long Beach; Lynda Watson, lu'17 Sherman PI., Long Dated January M^m R ^^ CARI. L. Wl'l.KKKS DW1GHT T. SMITH JEFFREY MANN LYNDA WATSON' St»t» ot California. Los Anscles On 1-20-69, befora me, ft Notary Public In and for said State, personally appeared STelvin II. Amann, Carl TJ, Wilkens, Dwi0ht T. Smith, leffrey Mann, and Lynda Watson known to m« to lie tho persons whosB names are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged they executed the same. JEAN C. TOBTN, f5 ca n Notary Public Pub Jan. 81, Feb. 7, H, 21. 1969 (It) L.B.I. 00749 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS FICTITIOUS NAME 69-3005 The \mderaigned do certify they are conducting a business at P.O. Bn* 8116. Long Beach, California, under tin fictitious firm name of SIARfNER'S HAND CRAJ-T MODELS and that said firm is cninnOHC.il of tho following persons, -whose names in full and places of residence are as follows: Helen P. Beck. 2313 1 leather Are- nue, Iion£ Beach, California; Law- renc» K. Beck, 2!l:i Heather Avenue, Lone Beach. California. Dated: February ]:!, 1%9. (Signature) HELEN P. 15ECK LAWRENCE E. BECK State of California, Los Angrelea County: On February 13, I960, before jne. a Notary Public in and for said Slate, personally appeared Helen P. Beck and Lawrence H. Kr.ck known to m« to be the per.sons whose names are subscribed tn t h e - w i t h i n instrument and acknowledged Uiey executed the same. ELSIK 1.1. MASOJC. (Sean Notary Public Pub. Feb. 21. 2S, Mar. T. 14, 1969 (4t) LBI. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PERMANENT ZONING, ANNEXATION 31 A public hearing will be held bft- fore the Lakewood Planning Commission on Thursday, JIarch G. 1969, at S P.M. in th« Council Chamber?. 5050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood, to set permanent zoning classifications R-l, R-3-R or R-:il and C-:i from Interim R-l Zoning:, for Annexation Increment. 31, located south of Del Amo Boulevard past of Devlin Avenue, north of 207th Street, and west of Hawaiian Avenue. Testimony will be taken for and against the proposed zoning on case designated Zone Change L- PAT GKAKHART, SECRETARY LAKKWOOD PLANNING COMMISSION Pub Feb. 21. 1969 (It) LBI NOTICE OF P U B L I C H E A R I N G PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT, OFFICIAL ZONING ORDINANCE OK LAKEWOOD MUNICIPAL. CODE BT ESTABLISHING A FIVE-FOOT SIDE YARD FOR INTERIOR AND CORNKR LOTS IN THH R-3 AND R-l ZONES Notice Is hereby given lhat a public hearing will be held before the Lakewood Planning Commission on the adoption of a proposed ordinance amending the Official Zoning Ordinance of Lakewood Municipal Code by Establishing a Five-Foot Side Yard for Interior and Corner Lots In the R-3 and R-4 Zones. The hearing will he held on Thursday, March fi. 1M9 at S P.M. in the Council Chambers at 6050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood. Notice is further (riven 1hat Interested persons may attend at said time and testify in this matter. Said proposed amendment to the Official Zoning Ordinance is available for inspection in tha Office of tha Secretary of the Planning Commission. Lnkewnod City Hall, 6050 Clark Avenue, Lakewood. DATED this ISlh day or February, W69. PAT OEARHART SECRETARY LAKEWOOD PLANN1NT COMMISSION" Pub. Feb. 21. 1!I69 (111 I.HI. 00747 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME 69-29B4 Thft undersigned do certify they are conducting a business at. 17907 Gard Avenue. Artesia, California, under tho fictitious firm name of TBNEBO TRENCHING CO. and that said firm is composed of the following persons, whose names in full and places of residence are as follows: Grover William Gray. 37307 Card Avenue, Artesia, California Orvllle Henry Gray, 4522 Lomina Street. Lakewood. California Bated February 7. 1969. GROVBIt WILLIAM GRAY ORVILUK I I B N R Y GRAY Slate of California, Los Angeles County: On February 7, 1969, before me, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared Grover Willian Gray and Orville Henry Gra? known to me to be the persons whose names are -subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged they executed t h e same KATHRYN E. JIcKNIGHT (Real) Notary Publi .My Commission Expires March 27 1-J09 Pub. Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7, 34, 3969 (4t I^BI. 02424 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME 69-1573 The undersigned do certify they nre conducting n business at 4R02 E. 2nd Street, Long lieach. California, under the fictitious firm nnme of MERCURYHEAD WORKSHOP and that said firm is composed of th« following persons, whose names in full places of residence are as follow.lt Molvln It. Amann. 218 Nle- to Ave., No, 2, Ijone Beach; Carl L. 00748 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME 69-3006 The undersigned do c e r t i f y they are conducting a business at SH'JT W Alondra, Paramount, California, under the fictitious f i r m name of RERB ENTERPRISES and lhat said firm is composed of the following persons, whose names in full and places of residence are as follows: Hurley W. Roberts. 1R17 Mc.Vah Ave.. Long Beach, Calif. Elmer K. Shores, 10775 Tamarind, Bloomington, Calif. Dated February 13, 3969. (Signature) ' HURLEY W. ROBERTS ELMJ3R 35. SHORES State of California, Los Angeles County: On February 13, 3969. before me. a Notary Public in and for sate State, personally appeared Hurley W. Roberts and Elmer E. Shores known to me to he the person* whose names are subscribed to thp w i t h i n instrument and acknowledged they executed the enme. RUTH C. PARKS, (Seal) Xotary Publii Pub. Feb. 21, 2S, Mnr. 7. 14, 1%9 ( 4 l i LIU. N O N - H l i S p U N S I S t L I T Y NOTICE Notice Is hereby given by t h e undersigned Finis E. Nance, residing at 411SO Jamaica Lane, llcnict, Calif., 92.1«. tlmt after the date ot Feb. 2.1, 3Ellv3, he w i l l not be responsible for any debts, liabilities, or obligations incurred by miy persons other than himself. Dated Feb. II, .1%9. FINIS K. NANfiF Pub. Feb. 20, 21, 24, 1969 (30 LBI IN THE IP-T JET SHOES Walking in space will be less of a problem in the future with "jet shoe*" which hav» toe-op- crated valves . . . thii latest fashion hit in ipace-wear is spotlighted in Sunday's Prog- test, GENESIS STORY Th« full story behind tha soul-stirring Christmas eve message from our astronauts Is revealed in Sunday's Parade. LIFE BEGINS AT 40-BUT WHAT A PAST! A forty-year run is phenomenal for any drama group ... but the Long Beach Community Players have been introducing new talent and grand productions since 1929! Such stars os Robert Mitchum, Lorraino Day end Hugh Beaumont have been launched by this group. Sunday'* Southland features this organization. COMMON BIRTH DATES Carson ond Washington may have littla els9 in common . . . but Saturday's mammoth 2Vi~ mile parade which commemorates tha 1st anniversary of incorporation for Carson will also pay tribute to Washington on this, his birth date. Complete coverage is given this spectacular event in Sunday's main news section. PLUS THESE FEATURES: ·^Parade Magazine ·^Southland Magaiin» ·iTelc-Vues Magazine *8 Pages Color Comics IN THIS SUNDAY'S ImtEPENDnrr PRESS-TELEGRAM PR.X5-129-21.S

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