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r-u, i:-^ TNWS., war. it, C-8-HNDEPENDENT Death Notices · MATTHEWS -- Norma A., 88, of 329 Orizaba Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are sons, James N., Robert W., Charles ,D.; daughter, Mrs. Norma G. 'Harris. Memorial service hi : day, 10:30 a.m., First Congre . gational Church. Friends may "call today, and Friday before Cwrvice, at Holton Son Mor. tuary. Family suggests contributions to Long Beach Day : Nursery, 1548 Cheslnut Ave. are wife, Addle; sons, William, Lloyd; daughters, Mrs. Emil Ware, Mrs. Johnnie Richardson, Mrs. Royetta Shane. Service Saturday, 11 a.m., Downey Mortuary. HRADECKY (Bellflower}-Lester F., 72, electrician in Naval shipyard, of 10107 E. ·.Alondra St., died Tuesday. :: Surviving are wife, Mary E.; .. i sons, Robert L., Kenneth J.; daughter, Mrs. Mildred Riley. D1ETTE--Frank, 83, w a s first employe" of Ford Motor Co. in Long Beach to retire, of 31 E. Sunset St., died Tues- dal. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Erma M. Boyer; brothers, Arthur, Ernest. Service Friday, 10 a.m., Hunter Mortuary. . - S e r v i c e F r i d a y , 1 ·White's Funeral Home. p.m., · THOMSON-- Peter, 79, of -332 Los Coyotes Diagonal, 'died Monday. Surviving are SUMMERS -- Mary F., 83, retired salad cook, of 6150 Ibbetson 1 Ave., Lakewood, died Tuesday.' Surviving are daughters, Mrs. V i r g i n i a Moeller, Mrs. Geneva Wyatt, Mrs. Lola Hoyt; sister, Mrs. Sadye Chappell. 'Service Friday, 2 p.m., Hunter Mortuary. Emma; sons. Harry, "Gordon. Service Friday, 12:30 -p.m., Westminster Memorial 'Park Mortuary. · MORRIS -- Mrs. Lizzie E., .§2, of 721 Cedar Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are nephews, Donald A. and .Gilbert M. Reel; six cousins. Service Fri- .day, 1 p.m., . P a t t e r s o n ·ISnively Mortuary. Contribu- .-tjons suggested to Red Cross. ;'-;. MORRIS--Hugh, 71; of 22 · -Daisy Ave., died Tuesday. ;' Surviving are son, Ernest; .Brother, William; sister, Mrs. : 'Jan8 E. Barrett. Service Sat- .urday, 11 a.m., Dilday Family ·Funeral Directors. HOWE -- Mrs. Vera P., 32, of 462 Walnut Ave., died Thursday. Surviving is sister, Mrs. Amy P. Rowland." Service at Governeur, N.Y. Mottell's Mortuary in charge here. HILL-r-Lorne Raymond, 53, of 1947 Pacific Ave.,, died Tuesday. Surviving are sons, James A., Fred E.; daughter, Lora Lee Hill; mother, Mrs. F.; sister, Mrs. Winifred Wilford. Private service, Mottell's Mortuary. REICHELT -- Harold M, 5i, production controller 12 ^ of 338 .W. Eighth St., 'died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Lillian; son, Harold M.; .daughter, Mrs. Carol' Seitz; father, Magnus R e i c h e l t ; .mother, Mrs. Anna Jones; brothers, Nprraan, Henry. ^Sefrvice Friday, 4 p.m., Dilday -Family Funeral Directors. RICHARDSON r- Van J., · 74, of 421 E. Fourth St., died Tuesday. Surviving are son, Louis Jr.; sisters, Mrs. Louise A. Walters, Mrs. Margrctta Vander Laan, Mrs. Ann Yates. Private service today, Bellflower Mortuary. PICKFORD -- Charles A., 64, baker, of 1710 L o c u s t Ave., died Monday. Surviving is brother, E. L. Service in Nashville, T e n n . Sheelar's Mortuary in charge here. LAUER -- Martin J., 78 shoe salesman, of 813 Lees Ave., died Tuesday. Surviv ing is daughter, Mrs. June L Roughton. Service F r i d a y 1 p.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. F A R R I S (Paramount) -Jerry M., 16, of 15714 S. Orange .Ave., died Monday. Surviving are father, Scott Farris; mother, Mrs. Mozelle Mayo; brother, James; sister, VIrs. Prudence Smith. Service Saturday, 10 a.m., Spongberg Mortuary. PHELAN --Myrtle G., 80, retired florist, of 2375 E. 20th! St., died Tuesday. Surviving are son, James; daughter, Mrs. Mildred Hunt; sister, Mrs. Mildred Green. Requiem Mass to mil Notio* ,brance«, tlw ,,TM .to, and .now helL -Trustee, under »ald Deed of .Tni«t, B the property ·Ituate In Lot 5igele» County, California; y-t«- _ 47 Vii 4S. In Block S. of L« "Serena, In the City ot Long Beach, as per map recorded ' In ' 52 Pajea 72 «ri(3 73 of Mips, office of the, County Recorder 1 county, forth* purport O f piying obligation* »ecurtd by said 5«d of Trust, including- fees, charges and expenses of tha Truj- - « and ot sale. Dated: March -i. .2SS. '· ' SECURITY ALLIED SERVICES, as Trustee Mildred Ooffalein, Pub. March 10. 17. . Assistant Secretary 1966 (3t) LBI. NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Th« Long Beach Unified _School District wlU receive sealed bids in the office, of the Purchasing 'Division, Room 206 Administration Julldlng, 701 Locust Avenue; Long Beach, California, up to 11-a.m. l£«rch 24, I860,' for the following! Sched. #3901-I-Paper Supplies Specifications and bids forms may be oblained In tlie of tic* of tha Purchasing Division. v - . - f - · LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ' By MARIB WELLS.': :." Aesi slant Secretary Pub. Mar. 10, 17, 19S6 (2t) L.E.I. 90228 day, 9 a.m., Our Lady of Refuge C h u r c h . Sheelar's Mortuary in charge. . KIRKPATRICK -- William Minnie Hill; brother, Philip Morgan, 93, retired carpenter, REID -- Leon Francis, 69, retired test deskman for Pacific Telephone of 120 Alamitos Ave., died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Arline F.; daughters, Mrs. Robert B. years with Douglas Aircraft Moore, Mrs. Otto Memhardt, Mrs. Robert B; Oswald; brothers, George, Claude J.; sister, Mrs. Leo Evans. Service today, 3:30 p.m., Mottell's Mortuary. of 5922 Clark St., Lakewood, died Monday. Surviving are sons, Kenneth, W. L.; daughters, Mrs. Rubye Kasal, Mrs. Francis Daugherty; brothers, Ross, Sherman, Bassie, Guy; sister, Mrs. Alma Summers, Service today, 3 p.m., Bellflower Mortuary. WYATT -- Walter J., 69, farmer, of 708 Burnett St., died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Hattie V.; son, Homer; daughters, Mrs. Mary Judd, Mrs. Mildred Ferguson, Mrs. C a r o l y n McKinney; Van; daughter, Mrs. Lois Me- brothers, Archie, Benson. Ser- Gemey; sisters, Mrs. Mabel vice Friday, 2 p.m., Mottell's ROYALTY GATHERS AT RECEPTION Informality reigns as royalty gathers on the eve of wedding of Dutch Princess Beatrix and German Glaus Von Amsburg in Amsterdam. In group at prewedding reception at Amstel Hotel Wednesday night are, from left, Prince Bernhard, Claus Von Amsberg, Princess Beatrix, Queen Fabiola, Queen Juliana and King Baudouin of Belgium. AIMING AT 'RED EYE' HANGOVER Akron Sets Out to Prove Cities Don't Have to Die . Slater, Mrs. Viola Mann, Mrs. Mildred Recor; niece, Grace ,Walton. Service Friday, 10 a.m., Dilday Family Funeral -Directors. Mortuary. COOPER--Myra L., 53, of 2829 Greentop St., Lakewood, died Feb. 28 in North Carolina. Surviving is daughter, Mrs. T. W. Blackburn. Service in North Carolina. FRIES --Louis C., 64, tool and die e n g i n e e r , of 6553 Glorywhite Ave., Lakewood, died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Mary; son, R o b e r t ; daughters. Sister Jane Celeste, ·Irs. Mary S c a n h e l l , Mrs. 3etty Ann Das, Jane Fries. *osary tonight, 8, Lakewood Mortuary. Requiem Mass Fri- , , SHORT--Ernestine J., 52, accounting clerk at Bullock's, of 3520 Elm Ave.,. d i e d \Wednesday. Surviving are -husband, Donald; son, Donald STEWART -- Gertrude D. 83, of 5630 Tilbury St., Lakewood, died Monday. Surviv ing are stepson, Lynn J. Stew art; stepdaughter, Mrs. Lorna Mulvey. Service Friday, 9:30 a.m., Mottell's Mortuary. day, 9:30 a.m., Goretti Church. St. M a r i a .W.; daughter, Mrs. Nancy 382 Walnut Ave., died Tues- . DEEL--Margaret L., 77, of ADAMS--Annie M., 73, of 704 Via Wanda, died Monday Surviving are nephews, Sam del Lynch, Jeff Dowell; nieces, VIrs. Colleen Ryckman, Mrs. Frances Brackett, Mrs. Sarah Amsberry, Mrs. Willie Dudley. By MAGGIE BELLOWS AKRON, Ohio (UPI)--The automobile helped build the. City of Akron--rubber capital of America and home of the Soap Box Derby. Then it came close to killing it. Today there's an 840-acre "red eye" area on the map, right in the. heart of this city of 300,000 south of Cleveland. It looks like a hangover-which it. is. A hangover from Akron's early days, hangover of gin mills, dilapidated louses and ramshackle shops and plants, haggard streets and beer can-paved sidewalks, described as a "second rate skid row" by Julian Suso, city planning director. PART OF the "red eye,' the 400 acres strangling the B. F. Goodrich Co., second largest employer or blue collar workers in Akron, may wel be a model of President John Service today,. 10 a.m., Free redevelopment program madi Higgins. Rosary tonight, 6:30, Requiem Mass Friday, 9 a.m., both in .St. Callistus Church, Garden Grove. Dilday Family Funeral Directors in charge. PARKISON-- Jeffrey P., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Parkison of Fort MacArthur, died T u e s d a y A l s o surviving are brother, Harold W.; sisters, Janette, Jacqueline; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pavelka, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parkison. Service Friday, 1 p.m., Fort Mac Arthur Chapel. Dilday Family Directors in charge. SMITH--Eugene Mills, 29, day. Surviving is son, Milton Gooldy. Service, 11 a.m., Mottell's Mortuary. THOMPSON -- Leslie William, 62, baker, formerly of Long Beach, died Tuesday in Van Nuys. Surviving are sis ters, Dorothy I. Thompson Mrs. M a r g u e r i t e Roscoe Service Saturday, 11 a.m. Mottell's Mortuary. BAKER -- Barbara, 42, of 201 San Antonio Drive, died Tuesday. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs.vFrank W. Baker; sister, Mrs. Patsy Bristol. Private Episcopal service Saturday, Dilday Family Fu- son's program to revitaliz the nation's oldest cities. Tagged "Opportunity Park, this area is in for m a j o surgery to save its life. It wil be bulldozed and r e b u i 1 through a $42 million urban Methodist C h u r c h , Artesia. S p o n g b e r g Mortuary in charge. FUNK --Zoe, 86, of 3825 Lime Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving is nephew, Robert A. Funk. Service today, 11 a.m., Sunnyside Chapel. Bell Broadway Mortuary, C o s t a Mesa, in charge. .of 2075 St. Louis Ave., Signal Hill, died Tuesday. Surviving '.are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay ;M. Smith; sister, Mrs. Erwin 'Voight; grandmother, Mrs. ·Florence M. Smith. Private service today, Mottell's Mor; tuary. ' DUREE--Flora (Friday) M., 69, of 329 Grand .Ave., died ;Tuesday. Surviving are husband, Allen C. was Long ;Beach fire chief for 13 years; son, Stanley; brother, Rollard ;Davis; s i s t e r , Mrs. Doris ·Spane. Friends may call to- 'day, noon to 9 p.m.. Peek F a m i l y Colonial Funeral Home, Westminster, and Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Mottell's Mortuary. Service Saturday, 9:30 a.m., at Mottell's, with Peek in charge. WEAVER (Newport Beach) ;--Lucie P., 86, of 217 20th jSt., died Tuesday. Surviving |a're son, Edward Lynn; daugh- ;ter, Mrs. Alda Gorton. Ser- jvice today, 3 p.m., Peek Fam ;ily Colonial Funeral Home, ^Westminster. neral Directors. COACH --Joseph Francis, 58, machinist, of 2930 Long 3each Blvd., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Hazel P.; sons, Donald J., R o g e r E.; brother, Harry Lewis; sisters Mrs. Amelia Richwein, Mrs. Stella Brown; mother, Mrs. Josephine Gonzales. Service DcBRUYCKER Louise, possible when Goodrich itsel tossed $3.8 million' into th xt in what is said to be th' 'irst time private enterpris has joined a public agency with a no-strings gift. Akron is facing the sam dilemma most older c i t i e face. An industrial city (man ufacturing produces 45% o its net income), it was lai out in the days when peopl walked to work or went b streetcar. The automobile did tw things in Akron. It boomec it from 60,000 to 200,00 population in the five year from 1915 to 1920. And afte today, 11 a.m., Funeral Home. B. W. Coon iVorld War II.the automobile heeled the city out of its urburbs, taking both homes nd industry with it. · * .* » AKRON NEVER caught up rith itself. By the time it got to building roads, schools and other The operation had to be surgical. Key churches, hubs 'Modern Society' Discussion Series "Man in Modern Society," a discussion series, will continue the next two Sundays at the Soroptimist House at Long Beach State College. Dr. Nicholas Massaro, professor of sociology and social TRUST COMPANY, u duly appointed Trustee under mid pursuant lo Deed of Trust daled April 17. 1963, executed by JACK A. WIRD and JOANNE P. WIRE, husband and wife, and. recorded April 25, 1963. aa instr. No. 1781. in book T2976, page 72$, of Official Record! In the office, of the County Recorder of Los Aneelea 'Comity, California. WILL SELL, AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BID- DEIl FOR CASH (payable «t time of »al« In lawful money, 'of the United States) »t the entrance of the Los Ant eles County. Courthouse at SOI Wtat First Street. Los Angeles, California, all risht,.titl« and Interest conveyed to' and now. held by It under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said Comity and State described as: '· Lot 2 of Tract 21316, In the Clly ot Long Beach, u per map 1 recorded In Book 693, Pi Haps, In the of ?aees ifflce Recorder of said.County 76 and 75 of of tha County but with- of the neighborhood, could be welfare, will moderate next round ewage, ublic facilities after its first xxm, the depression came along. After World War U the ity had to chase the suburb )om. By this time the downtown, ow almost a century old, hac worn out. Businessmen were empted to turn the key and et out. In 1964 city officials, busi- essmen and city planners de i d e d to take a look at Akron's p r o b l e m s . Since Joodrich was the b i g g e s t ilant in the "red-eye" area, :onsisting of some 50 build- ngs just a few blocks from he heart of the city, city out covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances to pay the remaining principal sum of the nolo secured oy «ald - Deed of - Trust, to-wltf J4.S1J.99. with Interest from September 25, 1965, a» In Mid .note provided, advances, If any. under the terms ot said Deed of Trust, fees charges and expenses of tlie saved; so could a few modern slants. Obsolete schools would be torn down, better located. New tree-lined streets would be drawn; acres of parking provided under decks with industrial plants above. "The first duty of a city is to protect its citizens from crime, v i o l e n c e , and ill health," noted planner Suso "The biggest investment most citizens ever make is in their home. When a neighborhood is run down, the homeowner is hit with economic violence. * * * * "WE DECIDED to begin with the people first; protect their home investments' and protect their jobs, more than 15,000 of them in the Opportunity Park area." The city hired a sociologist, Sunday's discussion and William Resch, assistant profes sor of psychology, will serve as moderator March.20. The sessions start at 6 p.m. Legal Notice 124839 CERTIFICATE-OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME Tin undersigned doe* certify la conducting a business At he 2515 Magnolia Avenue. Long Beach, California, under th« fictitious firm name of · BROKER ASSOCIATES and that said firm Is composes of the following T«raon. whose name in 'full and place 61 residence IB 13 follows: ' Kenneth A. Schrimpf, 144 Stanford Lane, Seal Beach, California S0710. Dated February IB, 1965. KENNETH A. SCHRIMPF State o£ California, Los Angeles County: planners asked the firm for iSOO.OOO for a survey. Interviewers visited every louse in the area -- 2,800'of :hem -- checking the condi- :ion of buildings and talking with the occupants. About 300 other business and commercial establishments were contacted.-While the door- jells were still ringing, maps and plans, were drawn. AKRON IS a home-owning city; their Trustee and of the frusta .created by said Deed of Trust . : . - . - . The beneficiary under Bald Deed of Trust, by reason of a breach"or default In the obligations aecured thereby, heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and written no- licej of breach and of election to cause the undersigned to sell-said property to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on December 6,1955, he undersigned caused sal£ notice of breach and of election to be recorded In book M2059, pan «IS. of said Official Records. - ~ : Date: March 7, 196S. - -----TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY . as laid Trustee . "i:_ By RICHARD A. WALTER Assistant secretary.. Pub. March 10, 17. 24. 1966 (3t) LSI. gave her an office right in the neighborhood where questions could be answered, families counseled. Meetings were held · with ministers, clubs, labor unions. Public meetings, complete with sketches and question-and-answer booklets, were held. The result was a stack of papers six feet high. And a $3.5 million gap in the budget On February 15, 1966, before me, ,, Notary Publio In and for aaid State, personally appeared Kenneth A. Schrimpf known to ro« to be tha person whose, name, la luh- icrihed to the within instrument and acknowledged ha executed the TOMMY T. EDWARDS, (SEAL,) Notary Publio My commission expires 4/1/1M9. Feb. 17, it. Mar. 3, 10, '66 «t) LBI. given . thai'..tht U. KristOTich. 17522 NOTICE OF INTENDED TRANS PER AND LEASEBACK Notice- PHILIP of its families own homes. The city had invested $1 billion in. hospitals, l i b r a r i e s , schools, s t r e e t s , s e w a g e lines, churches, expressways and other public facilities. In dustry had invested another billion in factories and plants, many of which were hamstrung from expansion by the rundown homes, lack of parking, the sheer ugliness of their surroundings. 89, of 7180 Eastondale Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are nephew, A l b e r t DePaepe niece, Mrs. Mary Green. Private service Sunday, Dilday Family Funeral Directors. ANDERL -- Homer H., 71, men's clothing salesman, of 3435 Wilton- St., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Lucille; daughter, Mrs. Martha J. Myers; sister, Mrs. Clara Willsey. Service Friday, 11 a.m., Forest Lawn, Cypress. STULL (Anaheim) -- Gertrude, 82, of 741 N. Topeka St., died Tuesday. Surviving is brother. Earl O. Bouslog. Service Friday, 1 p.m., Forest Lawn, Cypress. OWENS (Anaheim)--Loren Leo, 68, millwright, of 1108 W. Center St., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Edith I.; daughter, Mrs. Mabel Carter. Graveside service Friday, 2:30 p.m., Forest Lawn, Cypress . JAMERSON (Westminster) ·--Diane L., infant daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. Jamerson, of 1«91 Shirley St, 'died Tuesday. Also surviving 'are sister, Sherry D.; grandparents, Mrs, Tressa Cook, ;Mr. and Mrs. William F. Jam- Jerson. Service Friday, 1 p.m., 'Peek Family Colonial Funeral jHome, S H A N E (Paramount) -- BROW (Norwalk) -- Ray mond F., 45, of 11916 Long worth Ave., died M o n d a y . Surviving are wife, N a n c y , daughters, Sylvia, Raylene Patricia, Ruth, Mary; brother John. Requiem Mass today 10 a.m., St. Pius X Church Norwalk Mortuary in charge ARENDS (Bellflower)--Edo (Spud), 56, examiner for Department of Motor Vehicles, of 9555 Mayne St., died Mon- Rev. King Says Negroes to Wiu Top Gty Offices EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPI) -- Dr. Martin Luther King Wednesday predicted that Negroes soon will be elected to top-post city governments and possibly to the U.S. Senate. At a news conference following a speech to about 2,000 persons at Michigan State University King cited Atty. Gen. Edward Brook of Massachusetts as a likely Senate candidate. Several qualified Negroes may become candidates for high posts, in eluding mayors, in northern cities, he added. Explaining that a voter registration drive is part of the nonviolent civil rights move ment now centered in Chicago, King said, "I'm sure this can result in election o a Negro to a very responsible post," LAWRENCE-, . ^ . - i f d . LIEBEI MS Blva.. wninier/ rra. i* sin. MAC HlARRIE-*r. Mrj. VI. as Harvard St., BMIflower, Feb. ANCHESTER-Mr. Mrs. R. L., 3 urkjn, Lynwooa, Feb. 74, bov. MARTINEZ--Mr. Mrs. G. MCCARTY-- Mr. IMrs. I. K..5M1 Gar. endale, south GaTe, Feb. 24, boy. McDADE-Mr, Hri.. J., T., TOM Granger. Bell Gartens. Feb. 7/ bov. . . . . Feb. 9, girt. Mrs. S. J., 91W ln. ., irl. Clark .. . M. bov. RANOOLFH-Mr. t, tt,n. B., 11581 ur St., Orance. Fib. 13, bov. _ RUNNINGS-- Mr 8, Mrs. W. M.. T2592 "KffrVff - '^^3^Sff.'£%l'. f-6., «oi M?!!5*r. A «;i 5?-H.i -°-*VXL8*-* '- ;|William, 63, of 8733/$ Vans day. Surviving are f a t h e r , ;{5t, .djid Sunday. Surviving 1 Louis; brothers, Arnold, Jack, British-Ghana Ties LONDON (P -- Britain Wednesday n a m e d F r a n l Stephen Miles as acting high commissioner in Ghana, mark ing the resumption of diplo matic relations broken off by ex-President Kwame Nkru man's regime until Britain forced the collapse of Ian Smith's Rhodesian rebel gov ernment, Vital Statistics Births ENCE-Mr. 4 Mn. K. D., 11514 te. Whlttrtr, Feb. 11, Iwliu, eMj. LLT-Mr. Mg. A. T.. T«« live*.. Whltt er. Feb.-II, olrl. HwURIE-Ar. «. Mfj. VI. A., ilk, Ftb. ranger. B McHENR Mrs. ..F»._ jndv Lane, SAVAGE-- ... TM V -«ar, r.}$\. 2714 FF--Mr. Mrs. K. G., '-*"· Bell Gardens, Frt. ». bov ;. Mr. Mrs. U. A., 9731 E mcxrlal, Downey, Feb. T3, olrl. WEAVER, Mr. Mrs. D. C., WW Gravitone, Norwalk, Feb. 2, bov. WHITE. Mr. Mrs. L. H.. 13tt« Ssn Antonio Dr.. Norwalk, Feb. 19. boy. WJNTERMUE, Mr, , Mrs. R. D.. 872 Imperial Hwv., Dcwney, Feb. 35, girl. YEFJAW1NE, Mr. Mn. J. A., 653: San Vlnceme, Paramount, Feb. 74, girl. Divorces Filed McMHALO-Stilrley T. vi. Harry G LEWl-DorU vs. Sylvester. DAUOHTREY-- MollK v». KefClXB. STRICKLER-Nancv K. w. Wavna L. THOMPSON--LmXse A. vs. Eugene, SILLS--Mvles A. vi. Camilla J. ALBERTSON--StierMaln L. vs. Gary P 8UER-Elr.or J. vi. GluxJon J. TAYLOR--Herbert F. Jr. vs. Anne W NELSON--Mirla A. vs. Leslie J. LA CAZE--Shirley M. vs. Klrby B. SMITH--Ellen D. vs. Bob K. BOOX-Eva R. vs. Waller G. BLAZO--Svlvla L. vi. Richard f. SCHILTZ--Cornelia VI. Reynold H. J. MITCHELL-- Frances H. vs. Larry G. BAXER--Bonnie J. vs. Donald D. GEES--Gtsrta L. VS. Li Roy J, VAKEDCUAM-Cgsrkllll A. VI. Ru. "'NORTON--Wilbur L. vs. Elizabeth A. NELSON--Winifred M. vs. Martin A. PETTY--Janet E. vi. Charles E. PEIfAM--Rase M, vs. Donald E. ·URGESS-- Sherlvn R. vs. Richard ] McCOMBS--Cecellt B. vs. Paul C. IRVIN-Lvnda A. vs. Robert L. SIOES-Kinn vs. Raymond W. hereby given that BRDAHL, D.D.S.. Transferor, of 658 East Wardlow Road. Clly of Long Beach, California, Intends to sell certain personal property to: Bank of America N.T.S.A., Intended Transferee (Lessor), of 650 So. Spring Street, of Los .Angeles, Californi that Bald Intended Transferee , nia; 17638 "' "-" NOTICE Or HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF. V¥IU- AND CODICIL. · · . No. BW518 In the Superior Court of ths-Stat* of California for the County "of Los Angeles. In the Hatter of'thVEa- tati of GRACH G. YOUNG:/ aha GRACE BAKBR and u MRS.'-JOHN F. BAKER and GRACE G.:HANSEN, Deceased. Notice is hereby. etitlon of Baldo -- ?ubllc Administrator of the County' of Lol Angeles, for the ProMts of th« Will and Codldl of the above-named deceased and for. the ssuance of Letten of administration with will amnexed thereon to :li* petitioner to -which reference; is hereby made for further particular:, will he\heard al-9:li o'clock A.M., on March 28, 19«6, at the court room of Department 4. of the Superior Court of the Slate of,California for the County of TjOa'An- geles, City ot Ix3 Anseleav - Dated March 7, 1966. . . WILLIAM G. SHARP. County Clerk and Cleric.of tlie Superior Court of the State of California for tha County of Lo* Anfelei ( L e s s o r ) . Bank of America Transferor (Lessee), the said personal property, a general description of which is as follows, to-wit: Dental Equipment and located a 558 East Wardlow Road. City o Long Beach, California, and tha said sal a and leaseback tranaactlOi is to be consummated on the 1711 day of March. 1866, at 10 a.m., at he office N.T.iS.A., Batik of America 3S01 Atlantic Ave- 'CAVER--chari SHABASSON-- Divorces Filed SMITH--Doris J. vs. Raynvjr.d H. - - ' W. vi. Susan. R. vs. Qoee.-ifc J. ,, ..,,.,,.. ,'s. Beverly J. SCHULTZ--Lois A. VI. Wllllarn E. LUNDQUIST-- Pewv S. vs. Frank. SPARKS--BeuUti M. vs. AAarvIn E. MAHSON--Paul T. vs. Maioa H. Interlocutory Decrees HAAS-- EvrWIkl from David R. ANDERSON--Paula K. from Raymond ...lent from Gccrce. I--Gerlrude H. from Slan- RUSSELL--Edna M. from Ceant E. FINKr-Lla from Roy. LARSON--Betty from Hlalmer E. VAUGHN--Jo Ann from Wlnslon E. POPOVICH--Marole A. from Sleven J. BIGELOW--Eldon C. from Shlrl«y A. KEANEY-- Mildred R. rrom'Clifford R. SCHOUMAN--Mary E. from Meivln H. BECKAS--Peter S. from Vickie. BLAIR-Laurel A. from John A. SWITH-Marv S. from T.A. O'HARE-- Palrlcla from Michael. MclNTOSH-- Duncan from Calnsflne. SMITH--Yvonne from Frank V/. III. PETTY--Ruth R. from Isaac R. COOK--Joan P. from Donald L. GARRETT--Efei-y G. from Diane S. ARTHUR--Vtofet L. frorn FranV G, Jr. RILLORAZA-Gllcarlo M. from ~ °\VEINREIS--BeHv from Oltver W. NORTON--Lynda A. from Ga«v H. KELSEY-Llnda L. from Howard J. Jr HICKMAN--GY( B. from Tom S. SMITH--Norma L. from John L. DINNAY--Sharon from Monti F. Annulments Granted MYERS-- Donald J. from Lkvia M. . VVE8B--Xaren L. from Orvan R. between what the city and ^· T1 - t | h Yitp the federal government could pay. B. F. G o o d r i c h came through with what Robert E. McCabe of the Urban Renewal Administration says is the largest single contribution by a private business firm. Soon the dirt will be flying in Opportunity Park. * * * * ' PLANS CALL for enforcement of housing codes in nearby areas, providing good homes for some of tho residents. About 400 homes will be rehabilitated; hew housing units in high-rise apartments for the elderly, garden and townhouse apartments and ifarchViesei, "by muiuai" conseni. about 1,700 new h o m e s, dlS50lve the " rd ^'" crah " *»" c h u r c h e s , a new school, shopping area and parks as well as an industrial park for new businesses will be built. By F. Roeder. Deputy · HAROLD W. KENNEDY' 650 Hall of Admlnlttratlon ' : Loa Angelei, Calif. MA 6-3411 Ext, «2ST ·Attorney for Petitioner Pub. March 10, 11. 17. 1366 (3t) LBI. . . , . . . . . - - - - - - - - - nue, City of Long Beach; California. Dated this 4th day of March, J966. BANK OF AMERICA N.T.4-S.A. By M. G. Kermode, Assistant Cashier BANK OF. AMERICA N.T.4S.A. Equipment Finance and Leailna 650 so. Spring Street, Room 707 .01 AngHe«, Cillf. 90014 Pub. March 10, 1366 (It)-NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP . Publlo notice is hereby given that Albert F. Hocfcol, and Louis J. Hockel, heretofore doing business under the fictitious firm name and style of HII Associates, at E09 Lanal St.. City of LonK Beach. County of Los Angeles. State of California, illd on the 4th day o( said p 'r relntlions as partners -Three more renewal proj ects are also in Akron's dreams, including expansion of the general hospital, Akron University, and a downtown parking area. Soon Akron will be rolling again, this time on its third cycle, on "retreads" partly furnished by the company terminale theii Said business in the future will be conducted by No One. DATED AT Long Beach, California, this 4th day of March, 1SSS. LOUIS J. HOCKEL ALBERT F. HOCKEL- Pub. Mar. 10. 1986 (It) L.B.L NOMINEES FOR PUBLIC OFFICE NOTICE IS HEREBY . GIVEN that the following persons ha^« been nominated for the office hereinafter mentioned to be filled at tha General Municipal Election to be held In tha City of Lakewood on Tuesday, Uw lith day ot April, 1M6:. .-. For Member of the City Council Vote for two (2) ,, Charles T. Schweitzer, Incumbent Woodrew W. Smith, Incumbent .j Richard D. Canntt*. ' : Reliability Disposition Engineer Leo G. Cassldy, Retired, Floyd P. Damman, · Aeronautical Engineer Daniel H. Oiasser, Contract Specialist Mark Hannaforrl . -' Teacher of Government Hugh F. Thomas i Retired Aircraft Dated: March 7. 1865. By JO BBMNITT '?- Clly Clerk of thai City of Lakewood, Calif. * Pub. Mar. 10, 17. 1966 (2t) ,.,,,,,..,.-.. ~j ...- r--j partment of Alcoholic seversg which Started it on its first trol for issuance by transfer _ · _ , _ - i - ,- mTM ...u._ T^_ alcoholic, beverage license for cycle back in 1870 when Dr. B. F. Goodrich founded the first rubber company west of the Alleghenys. Legal Notice N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned Raymonds Hebrard Boyer residin Lon ding g Be Poles Offended by Nazi Flag Prop WARSAW, Poland OM--A Nazi swastika flag hanging front a Polish government building as a motion picture prop was ordered removed Wednesday except for mo menls when it is actually on camera. The Columbia Pictures-Sam Spiegel production, "Night of the Generals," a story of World War II, is on location here. 6581 St Irmo Walk. IJUUB UCU.LI, California, 90303, that after the date of March 8, J96S, slie will not be responsible for any debta. liabilities, or obligations incurred by any persons other than herself. Dated March 7. 1966. Sinned RAYMOffDE BOYER Pub. Mar. 10. 11, 13. 1966 (3D L.B.I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENCAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Feb. 28. 1966 To Whom It Hay Concern: Subject lo Issuance of Ihe license applied for, nolice is hereby given hat the undersigned proposes to aeli alcoholic beverages at the premises, described aa follows: 21410 South Alamcda Street Ixng Beach, (Out) Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned Is applying to the Dc- lartment of Alcoholic Beverage Conce by transfer of an __________ _____ -age license for these premises as follows: On-Sale Beer Anyone desiring to protest the Issuance of such license may flla a verified protest with any office of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage C6ntroi, within 30 days of the posting of this notice, stating Errounds for denial as provided by law. The premfsea are not now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages, Tho form of verification may be obtained from any office of the Department BLANCHE G. DODGE Applicant Pub. liar. 10, 196S (11) L.B.I. SPS 422 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. FS.12S4 On April B, 1M6, at 11:00 A-lf.. IMPERIAL INSURANCE- AGENCS aa duly appointed Truateo* under and pursuant to Deed of Trust dated January 27, IS 54. executed by WILLIA1I D. WILLIAMS and SHIRLEY A. WILLIAMS, huiband and -wife, and recorded February i, 1964, as instr. No. 2220, In book T3509, page 60, of Official Recordl n the omce of the Counly Recorder of Los Angeles : County, rallfomla, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH {payable at tlma of saia In lawful money of tho United States) at thev'main office of Empire Savings t Loan Association, 6750 Van Nuy Boulevard. Van Nuys, California, all right, tlU* and interest conveyed to and noir held by U under uld Deed of Trust 1 ' N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Helen G. GasVlll. residing at 1070 Chestnut, Apt 3. txnr Beach, California, that after ihe data of itarch 8, 1968. the will not be responsible for any debts, labilities or obligations Incurred ty any persons other than herself. Dated March 7. 13 55. Signed/HELEN G. GASK1LL Pub. March 8, 9. 10, 136S (3t) L.S.I. N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Francis A. Lord Jr.. re- lid lug at 6575 Gundry Are.. Long " 'ach, California, that utter Ihe 90191 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 90S On April 8, IMS. at 11 o'clock d by I In th» o.m., at the' arcade entrance to Gllbrallar Tower, Gibraltar Square, Wilshlre at JXiheny. located at Beverly Hills, California, SECURITY ALLIED SERVICES, u Trustee under th« Deed of Trust made by Nicola J. Micale and Verna M. " Icale, husband and vlfe, as -- _,_ ,, _ . -- , ... --, properly alt- uated In tald County and Slat* described *a: Lot 138 of Tract 13003, In the city of Lone; Beach, county of Los Angeles, stale of California. as per map recorded in boofc 1 255 pages 11, 13 and 13 of Maps,' In the office ot the county recorder of ?atd county. -·· 4 Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, 1 Yip'ress or Implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the unpaid principal sum of Ihe note, secured by said Deed of Trust, as In aaid note provided, advances, If any, under the- terms of aaid Deed ot Trust; fees, charges and expenses and recorded August 27. Book TSS97 Pied 147 of California, given to debtedness in favor date of March 10, 19S5 he will not be responsible for any debts, lltbllf- lles, or obltgallons incurred by any persona other than himself. · Slgned/FRANCIS A. LORD JR. , Dated March 9, 19SS !pub, Jtar.W, It U, IMS (3t) L.B.I. Trustor. 13B4. In _ _ = . . .. Official Records of Los Angeles, - a-ecure n In... of GILBRAL- TAR SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a California corporation, by reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of -which breach was recorded November 10, 1965, In BooV MS038 ovemer , , Page 957 of Official Record], '.will sell at public- auction to the hich- of the Trustee and of the tnutai created by said D««d of Trojt. . The beneficiary under e»M.Deed of Trust, by reason of · breach or default in the obligation! Kcnred thereby, heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned A written Declaration of Dcfcult sr:d Demand for Sale, and written notice of breach and of election -to cause the undersigned to sell cald property to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on December 2,* 1965, the undersigned caused catd notice uf breach and of election'-to be- recorded In book M2056. pag«"S40, of said Official Records. .--··" est bidder, for cash payable In lawful money of the United State*, at the time of sale, without warranty u to title, possession or uio iuBd- Date: March 4. 1966. - - - - . 'ayabl. In IMPERIAL INSURANCE AOENCT · · a« taW Tn«ta», ' " ' . ' , By Pmulln* Tmrlcb . Pub. March 10, 17, 34,1»M (Jt) L8L-

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