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-Pagi C-4--INDEPENDENT. um I...H, C.IH,, M«. WANT Berserk, Shoots 3 ' ·· TY "O in Bar now P . ·' · " ' . . · · . SAN FRANCISCO UP)' --A'tori, 'then came to San Fran- bar room argument started an 18-year-old Air Force deserter on'a shooting spree early Sunday; In 30. minutes,, thre'e'-men were wounded, two seriously. "I never had bad moods before," police quoted · airman Jerry .Haynes,. ^ of Renton; Wash., as saying while confessing the wild .gun play. Officers George Jeffery and Joe Flynn .said' Haynes shot down Earl ^Russell, 1 30,' - and Clement Hunt, 59, at the bar they intervened ' after old · 'lady got on my nerves." Then, the officers said, Haynes .fired/five shots during $20 holdup of a hotel clerk, Alexander Chapman, 55, because the clerk acted "smart 1 a n d "foreign,"' ·: · . . - ' ' · · 'I hate foreign people," 'said Haynes. when 'one HUNT WAS wounded in the abdomen, Chapman ' in' the stomach and thigh, Russell in the thigh. Police said Haynes deserted his post as a jet-mechanic with an Air Force unit at Little *ock, Ark., wont home to Ren- a house, apartment, « There's no e a s i e r , f a s t e r nor more effective way than,to place an ad in : the Classified "For Rent" columns of The Independent and Press-Telegram. These newspapers will-find the tenants you want at low cost.- 'Don't let YOUR property stay vaca'nt. You can. lose many times the cost of an Independent and Press-Telegram Classi- fied Ad in a short, short time. So, don't delay in placing your ad. Just call the office nearest your home. It is listed below. An experienced ad writer will help you. C Independent CLASSIFIED ADS To place ybi/r Ad call . . HE 2-5959 In Ortnzi County, call JEftirion 7-SI20 , ' In Ik* Billilowir ma, call TOmy 1-112! In thi Likiwood aria, oil MEtoall 3-0714 HE SLIPPED Mom, B«6y GH and Doctor-are All Doing Fine CHARLESTON, W. Va: --Mother, baby--and. doctor- are all resting well at a Charleston hospital. . Dr. H. M. Beddow, answering a maternity call at 4 a. m., slipped on an icy sidewalk and broke an ankle. But the doc- tor'half-dragged himSelf to-his automobile, drove to the hospital and delivered a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Linn A. Bedwell of Charleston. Dr. Beddow then reported to' surgery for 'medical attention. The injured ankle was encased in a cast .that · extends up to his thigh- Cisco fiye days .ago. After being booked for assault .'to commit'murder/and armed robbery,_ Haynes was taken .to Central Emergency Hospital to see the .'three'vic- tims. ' . . / · * * * ' » · · . . . ·I DON'X FEEL anything,'. Haynes- told officer-Jeffery. "Do .you 'think- .you.' should feel, anything?" the ,officer asked; · . "I don't know,'-' -Haynes replied. "I'll-have;to think.about it." ' - ' , ' . · Police, said Haynes, in 'recounting -the -bar''room .shootings, "remarked: \ "If I had a machinegun, .1 really would have cut loose." When officers seized Haynes, he had his hand on a shoulder holster. His .32 "caliber pistol had been reloaded for'the second time in a'hectic half-hour. Lawmen Beaten MILWAUKEE, ' Wis.- CUE)-Three policemen were bcatqn in a savage 1 and riotous attack by a · mob of "more than 170 persons as they 1 tried to break up a -fight' at v a ballroom ·'early Sunday. · ' '' ' The officers also · were barraged' by .full bottles of- beer and whisky,'chairs and tables from the ballroom balcony as they fought their way. to'the Dallroom door in removing one of the fighters. 'One of the injured officers, Sgt. William Nauertz, described the'attack as the most savage he has ever seen against law- Lodge in Karachi KARACHI, Pakistan UP) -Henry Cabot Lodge,-U. S. ambassador to the U.N., arrived here U:' S. Air Force plane from Kabul. He is on a world tour. · NAtJERTZ, with Sgt. Maurce Connors and Patrolman Ronald Ervirf, answered a call to break up . a fight ; at the Wonderland ballroom. Taking a 17-year-old boy, one of the fighters, into* custody, they. began walking out of the ballroom. The youth let'out a yell for help, Nauretz ; \ .said, and the ballroom .occupants answered the cry by turning on the po- )icemen, Despite the attack the'offi- cers managed to remove the youth from the 'ballroom and turn him over to juvenile authorities. 'UNLOADED' GUN KILLS HUSBAND Mrs: Margaret. Wells · told' Pitman, N. J., authori- "ties she'thought she was.using an-.unloaded gun to. frighten her husband, Charles W. Wells, ,.49;. industrial, analyst, .when the gun- discharged and killed him Saturday. .Mrs. Wells : is : being.held on a mur-' . der charge.-- (AP;Wifephoto.) · ' . MORTUARIES BEDECKED Mardi Gras Off to Lively Start ·/.···-- Death Notices BIESMAN -- Mrs.' Frances Charlotte, 77, of 2S34 Eucalyptus Ave,, died. Saturday. Surviving are husband, George L., and daughter, Miss Frances L. Service Wednesday, 10 a. m., Mottell's and Peek Chapel. KRUGER--Mrs...Ella 'S., 69, ^. 2001 Easy Ave., died Sunday. SurViving are husband, William H.; son, Eawald; daughter, Mrs. Harriett, Me- Eveny; sisters, Mrs. William Dcmmcr and Mrs. · Wesley Wood; and ' brother, Arthui4-' Preiss. p. m., lhapel. · Service Tuesday; 2 Mottell's and Peek POWELL--Hurley, 47, of 700 Via Carmelitos, died Saturday. Surviving are wife, Anna; daughters, Donna,-Mary Jane and Joan Lee Powell and Mrs. Geraldine Anderson, Service Tuesday, 11 a; m., and Peek Chapel. Mottell's VIOLA--Bruno Joseph, ..75, of 122 Sunset St., died Saturday. Surviving" are daughter, Mrs. Margaret- Graham;, sons, vValter, Ch'arles and John, and sister, Mrs. Gertrude .Biel. Rosary Tuesday 8:15 p. m., St. Athanasius Church.- Mass of a. m. in St. Athanasius Church. Family .asks flowers be omitted, donations instead to the cancer fund. Sheelar McFadyen Mortuary directing. ARABEE--Barbara Lynn,' infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Arable, 825 Truman Surviving in addition. to the parents are sisters, PaiOa and Linda Sue; grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Rouke and Mr. arid Mrs.. George T. .Rowley. Graveside service Tuesday "at 11 a. m. in All Soul's .Cemetery. Sheelar McFadyen ' Mortuary directing.' MCLEAN -- Mrs. Muriel Olive, 60, of, 5526 N. Canehill AVQ., died Saturday. Surviving are. son, Dr. James A:; 'mother, two brothers; three''sisters and five . grandchildren. Service Tuesday, 11: a, in., Rose Garden Chapel. NEW'ORLEANS (HE) --This city on the'Mississippi opened nine days of Mardi Gras cele- jration "Sunday with such in- husiasm that some funera] homes were decked out in holiday banners. It was cool and cloudy but nobody seemed to mind. Kids and. grownups numbering in the tens of thousands cheered .arid screamed, for trinkets tossed from the brightly decorated floats in two. Mardi Gras parades. Crowds sometimes used funeral-home steps to cheer the tractor-drawn floats. Some funeral homes were- in banners of purple, green and gold-- FBlNabs .HOOVER--Guy S,, 69, of 1133 Mira -Mar Ave.; died Sunday. Surviving are wife, Ella _ . May; sons, Glen A. and Orval Haven · dstention home and Stickup's MIAMI- BEACH, 'Fla.;W)-Three teenagers accused of a Watcrbury, Conn., bank rob- bery'were nabbed in a predawn a,motel Sunday by FBI agent's and police.- A warrant charged the youths with holding 'up the bank" last Thursday and escaping with 520,357.. Officers said they found 516,000 in the room the trio occupied/ John H. Williams, special agent in charge of the Miami FBI office, identified the trio s: . · I · John George Wallace, 19, a maintenance worker; Merson F. Gule, IS, metal plater, and Michael A. Berdardi, 18, a stock, boy. "They were sleeping when we arrested them," said Williams. "There was no trouble at all." . · * * * * TWO REVOLVERS were Pound in the youths' possession, Williams .said. 1 The arrests followed seizure of John - Sullivan, 14, in Connecticut, where he admitted he lad.helped.rob the bank and implicated tfie others. .Sullivan was held in a New L.; . d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Robert.Joan Darcy, 20, Walker;-and sisters, Mrs'. Tracyjof Waterbury, was held, as .-a Fry, Mrs. Helen Maidment andjmaterial witness. Sullivan was Mrs. ,Hazel' Naylor.· Service;quoted as. saying he wanted to Requiem Wednesday at 10:30 Snively^Chapel. Tuesday, 1 p.m., Patterson and . If you do not get your regular carrier delivered telegram W« will deliver it to you specially. .Our service department is open until 7:30 Pi M. 'weekdays and until 10:30 A. M. Sundays. A»k for the circulation department. Long Beach {main office! HEmlock 5-1161 ARTESIA. BELLFLOWER; C.OMPTON. .LYNW.OOD NORWALK, PARAMOUNT call TOrrey 6-1721, WEST ORANGE) . call JEfferson 7-9120 COUNTY ' J SOUTH-BAY AREA orZEni»|i595V call FAirfax 8-2040 back .out'of--the robbery but was afraid his companions would call him "chicken-" Williams .said'the other three youths flew ,to Miami' Beach from Newark, N.J., last Friday and/had a new;wardrobe and were using a new rental automobile. " ' '·' "They were really living," he added. traditional Mardi Gras colors; It was overcoat weather 1 with the temperatures in · the high 40s, 'but sightseers poured out to . see- the Okeanos Krewe (club) stage.its 17-float parade. . *. * * * OKBANOS completed its glittering floats, five weeks ago, but. an 580,000 flash fire destroyed a year's work in three hours. All the floats had to be rebuilt. Rival krewes pitched in and helped. The floats-, were rebuilt in five-weeks with: not a splash.- of 'gold 'paint or. a sequin missing. Ahe' Oke'anos' king rode beneath a huge'mounted, crown Chief Aide Raked by Butler N ':«·'.'. . ' '' "'.*, ' ' ' WASHINGTON .JPI-- Paul M. Butler, chairman' of the Democratic' .-National ^.Committee, Sunday ' referred_-to President Eisenhower's -chief aide', Sherman '-Adams, as · "acting.; president",; . - . . , - ' . ' ' · '-,. · ; ' Butler.' use^d the term in commenting on 1 a report 'that the Republican National Committee may .pick,,.' Adams ;to : answer former President .Truman.'s expected .-attack on^" the. Eisenhower: '^administration' here Feb! 22..; .;.; Tile report'is 'that some Republican officials-feel that Vice President. Nixon, ' who ordinarily- would get tie' call, .has gone high level in his unofficial campaign:'- for th'e.vl.960. GOP presidential ^nomination and.- might .vigorous .in ·rebuttal as Adams. - . · ; · - · . ·;' ' " '· ' .: · · * T"r AM DELIGHTED that the Republican' Party plans · to pay attention · ,to Mr. Truman's speech Feb. 22," said Butler in a statement. _."With a sagging economy, a confused foreign policy and a lagging national defense, I am confident that the Eisenhower- Nixon administration · and . its officials .can profit... immensely from -the significant and important message, which' Mr. Truman will present to the Lijal Nolle* 61639 NOTICE OF 'HEARING OF. ' PETITION FOR PROBATE . OF WILL A CODICIL '. . No. ,L. 8. P-31S30 In the Superior, Court of the Stata of California, in and for the County . of Los Angeles. In the Matter 'of -. the Estate of ANNA. B. GtJNTHER, ' also known as ANNA GUNTHER,. Deceased. . - '· ' · ' · ' ' Notice is hereby 'given that.. the. petition of Clarence A. Gunther for the Probate of the. .Will Codicil ; ol the above-named 'deceased -and 1 for the issuance of Letters Testamentary' thereon to Petitioner, to : which reference is hereby made for further particulars, be heard , at 9:30 A. M., on February 24, 1958, a,. .the court room af -Department. Long Beach "E". .of the Superior Court of the. State 'of California, in and for- the County, of Los Angeles, City "of Long Beach. Dated January 29.' 1S58. · HAROLD J. OSTLY.-:. County Clerk and' Clerk of the ·-. Superior Court of the State of California,' in 1 and for the County of Los Angeles. . By E: SEAGER, Deputy. Johnion Johnson " : · 512 Jergin' Truit Bldg.: Lona. Beach 2, Calif. HE-7-2973 .Attorneyt for Petitioner. Pub. Feb.'. 3, 4, r 10, IS58 (3t) L.B.I. NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, · Evelyn M. Hackett, residing: at 2723 Greentop St.. Lakewood, California, that alter the date of. Feb. - 8, 1958, · she will- not be.. responiible lor any debts, liabilities or obligations Incurred by any persons other than herself. Dated .Feb. .7. ,1958. · ' Signed/EVELYN M. HACKETT Pub. Feb. S. 10, -11, '1958 (3t) L.B.I. . NON-RESPONSIBILITY 'NOTICE Notice 'Is hereby Riven by the undersigned Esther Flumerfelt.. re- i siding at 620-.VIa Almendro, Long Beach, California,' that · after' the date of Feb. .7, A95S, she-will not. be · responsible for "-any debts. 1 ' liabilities or obligations- Incurred by any persons other-than herself. SIGNED: ESTHER FLTJMERFELT Pub. Feb. 7, 8, 10. J195S (3t) L.B.I. NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice Is hereby given b y . the indersigned Richard L. Mullen, residing at 2705 Jackson' St.. Long Beach Callfornla/that after the dato · of Feb. 10, 1958, he will not be responsible for any, dlTsts. · llabill- ·· ties or obligations incurred by any persons other' than himself. D csJRn«i RICHARD'L. MULLEN. Pub. Feb. 10,-11,12,1958 (3t)--L.B.I. · Democratic Party's annual fund raising dinner." Butler went on to express amusement at ., news , . items "which state that Republicans seem to : be uncertain as ,to whether to use the ' 'new,' so- called high level Vice President Richard Nixon to answer Mr: Truman,- or whether · .they should use Acting .President Sherman Adams.""If. Adams is tabbed 'as the one to reply to Mr. Truman's speech,". Butler said, "It .NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE . Notice- is hereby given, .-by the undersigned'Raymond A..Teodorski, residing at 1679 E. Washington St.; Long Beach, .California, that after, the date of Feb: 10. 1958, he will not be- responsible for any debts, liabilities'or obligations incurred-by any persons other than himself. Dated Feb. S, 1958: · . . '"'^RAYMOND A. TEODORSKI ·' Pub. Feb. 10,11,12, .1958 (3t)--L.BJ. OFFICIAL CITY PRINTING'. NOTICE-TO VOTERS v Notice Is hereby given-that copies o; the proposed amendment to the Charter of the City of Long Beach submitted by the City. Council o£ sal-' City, to be voted upon atvan _ election to be held In th« City of Long Beach on Tuesday, the 4th interesting to See at whatjday ^or.^rcln^lSSS.Jave^'been 'level'.-he will be instructed speak." -,, A speech ' Adams : made in Minneapolis Jan. 20, in which he attacked the Democrats for alleged "politicking" with' national defense,' is · said tp have brought a large and favorable of burnished bronze. His float mail response to the GOP na- was decorated 'with golden sea horses, carnival masks . and bright blue ornaments. Another parade, sponsored by the Cerrollton Krewe, h a d ' a fairy-h'ke 'float of pink and yellow. Pink flamingoes were grouped in front. The ' parades moved down Rampart Street at · the edge o f , the French L Quarter. Bands', clowns and mounted horse units separated the floats.. * **'**.* · A CATHOLIC -priest sat in a chair of his rectory balcony at Our Ladyxif Guadalupe. He caught. dozens' of favors : but handed most.of them down to mothers\ and fathers 'holding young children: · Parades and grand balls will be held' almost daily in. New Orleans until Feb. 18, Mardi Gras .day. On the 18th, New Orleans '-will be a holiday, street-celebrating city. Half the population _ will mask 'to pay bomage/ to- Rex;, the Lord of Misrule, Comus, · and Zulu, the Negro : king. At the end of-the Rex-Grand ball! : midnight the 18th, the Lenten season starts. San Jose Gets 1959 Optometrists' Meet LOS. ANGELES OT.E) -- San Jose was- selected Sunday as site for the. 1959 statewide convention of the National Association of Optometrists. . ··The action was.-taken at the final. session of ' the group's sixth annual statewide convention in~ the Statler. Hotel. .San Jose was · chosen to honor. the group's-newly elected president, Dr. Charles'Brown .of .San Jose. Hotel Guests Routed · FOND DU:-LAC, Wis. U.E-- Several hundred guests fled -a downtown-hotel here Sunday in sub-zero -weather when fire swept, the second floor of-the eight-story building. . No injuries were reported.- Ship Arrivals., Departures (Compiled, tiy The Marine Exchnnxe) ACimT VESSELS IS 1 I'OIW! AKakmon (Grk) Alaska Spruce American Mall ..: Andros Thunder (Llt)-Tkr) jJarge No 827 Elken llaru (Jap) ,,...;.... Hawaiian 'Pilot-_ Hawaiian. Farmer ·;--.,--~. Hawaiian Fisherman : iialurn fltll i.TM~ JVhn B. Waterman .TM_... T :...., Juyo.Maru;(Jap-Tkr) j-- (Tkr}'" --:--:., - .-- (Tkr}'-. .... Mormacculf --.:--:~ Margaret Onstad (Norrl kr) Mary .OlflOll '..., '.-..--.--........ Mathew Luck'enbacb. .-.'-. Hmh Operator Dur to Sail · For :_ 136 Lurla Bros. ...: Feb. 11. San Fran LB-42 W. R. Chamberlln Co. ...: j..Inda£ LB-69 American Mall Line Feb. 11 San-Fran :...151 Orion Shlpr. Feb.'. 10 Mena Al. Ahmad! .22S~A Col. River Towlnz Feb. 10 Crescent.C 157 N.Y.K. LIn« _...: Feb. H 'l.IverpL_. : '^..lOS-Matson Nav.-Co.; . .Feb. 11 SanFran 199 Matron Nav. Co.- -.....'Feb.' 11 Honolulu LB-20 states Marine LIne....Feb.' 9 SanirpleRO 158 Itlaina. Line __. Feb.. 9 -Genoa ...:_ 174'Waterman Lino Feb. 9 San Juan (E.K.) _'_.LB-30 Veronica Co.'S.' A.'Fib. 12 .Yokohama J.69 W, H. Wlckersham...:Feb. 10 Martinez ..: 232-A Moore McCormack Line Feb. 12 Balboa .._;--.-.;107 The Texan Co --......Iijflef ..--133 Oliver J. Olson Co '. Indef ,, 229 L ckenbaih Line ...Feb. I Q . S a n K r a n ,_. .- --- _ ,, -Myrmidon. (Br) .:.....i.-..TM.TM-._..LB-2A' De- La Rama Lines.Feb. 10 sanFran Old Colony Uarlner-_. _;. ;--iB-7 Piclflc Far East Line Feb. 10 San J.rar Hondo fDut) ..ISO Java-.Fac, t lioegh....-'Feb. 9 Ban Fran siena T fDanV ^\ .·-:;: .TM : ""LE-3 East Asiatic Co. .. Feb. 14 San Fran S.eet Executive' : -. LB-10 ,hmlai.. Lines Fed. 10 San Fran Shear Royal _ (Br-Tltr)..'_.; ' "" Tiv'iv» f '"""' '"""'·' '-' "'~'~"~"nA? h TTfi'ir^'ri'"T7'riiTt- c.ft' ..".T^eb.. 10 San Fran Wonosobo . . - . . . - - - -. Young America -- "179 Javn Pac;-» Hoegli Feb. ,'13 San Fran 179 Waterman Linn ,_.._.iFeb. B. San Fran .VESSELS DUE ·Berth _ '1'rom Cue to Snll For . . . . Berth Andros''Caatte- Anc-Buffalo (Nor) -'178 .;.-.... Delaware (Tkr) · 172 cuiiiio 1 "ie Bogota fCol) BO....Eiundldo Grancolomblana Line Feb. 10 San Fran Charles S. Jone. (Tkr). 238 .Bstero Bay Rlctirlcld Oil Co.; ..:.Feb.. 10 Morro Bay Sail" ' For . -11 -Hunt. Beach ...Fib. 12 -Hueneme _Jeo; 11 Richmond _ .. Ftb.' -.13, 8a,n Fran .Corp.--Feb, 11 Portland o ·; ;.Ftb. 11 Yokohama K'6rai"Mari' f Jap) · 230-E __"..San"Dlej-o fialdb Line.- -.Feb. '11 San Fran Mormaelil*- 232-B . _ Callao'Moin McCormaclc._Jeb: 13 Ban.Fran Mlnne«ot» (Tkr) 173- _^...^:«tero'8ay Tht T«xu Co. .-..-._.--Feb. 11 Seattle President Grant 153 HongKonc American-Fres:, Lint .F«b., 13 New.TTork wt»bln«ton (FrV 230-B San. Fran FrencS Un«-. _..-...:.--Feb. 11 Antwerp World. Ideal (Llb-Tkr) 1B-77 Ban Fran ^ansoctanlo Jiarln* F»». 11 lobohama, VJGSSEtS DUE TODAY . . · From OperAtorx'.· na Al Ahmadl Onon Shpff. -- .Hull Fred OIsen.Llm... . .-r..SeatLle ^Tht Texas'^o __ Columbia,' Sjai-; C Br ^ 232-E^--Liverpool. Blue -Star , D.vid.E. Day - i- C Br l 2 (TKr). _. __. LB-78^....Portland.R,chlleld Oil'. Fiducia. jCItlt Ane .^--..Vancpj?ver. T T. J. Vcrrandi Line: wmcn Lii»y uu n»^ «^u.. -ft"--^.T thcretor at the of lice of the City Clerk, 'Room 101, City Hall. Long; Beach, - California. · Dated this Itth day o£ January, 1958.. ·H1ASGARET L. HEABTWELL City Clerk of the City ol Lony Beach' Pub. Jan. IS thru March -4, 1958, tional headquarters. London Subway Station Flooded LONDON.(3 1 )--A burst water main flooded the .London subway station adjoining the. Eus- tbn Railway Terminal' Sunday night. · · .. · Firemen - .pumped out the water, but.found that the passenger, elevators had been damaged. .. -London Transport Authority said the'station would, have to be "closed for some days", for repairs. · L«nil Notice · ·61207 · NOTICE OF. TRUSTEE'S SALE T. O. No. 57-5927 On Friday,"February 21", 1958. at 11:00 -A.M..- TITtE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee under and pursuant to Deed' of Trust dated December, 6th. 1955. executed by EUGENE FRANK LOERTSCHKR -AND BETTY JO COX.LOERTSCHER. husband and wife, and recorded' December 21. 1956, I n ' b o o k 531S6; page 203, of Official,-.Records In the office .of thi Recorder of. Los Angeles County, California, will sell at public auction -to hlKhest bidder for cash (payable at time' of · sale - In ,lawful money of the United States)- in the · lobby o£ the main entrance of Title Insurance Building, 423. South Spring Street; Los'Angeles, California, all right,. title and interest conveyed, to and now held .by it under said Deed In . the property situate in said- County and State described- as: - . Lot 207, Tract 7717, in the county of Los Angeles, state of California as recorded in Book 164. Pages 27 to 31 inclusive of Maps, In the office of the Coun- · ' ty P.'ccorder of said County. Said sale will be-'made, but -without- covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances,. to pay the remaining . principal sum o! the note secured by said Deed, to-wit; $1,633122, with interest from August IS. 1357. as-in said note'provided, advances, if any; under the terms df said Deed; fees, .charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created, by said.Deed. The beneficiary under said Deed, by reason of a breach or default in the obligations secured thereby, heretofore executed and 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 property to satisfy said obligations, and thereafter er, on October .7, 1957. the undersigned caused said notice of .breach and of election' to be recorded In book.55784.' page.350, o£ said Official Records. ' , , . .Date: January 22. 195S. TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY as said Trustee, By C. J. .Tighe, 'Assistant . Secretary Jan. 27, Feb. 3. 10, 1358. (3t) L.B.I. N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE ·Notice is 'Hereby .(riven by the ladcralgned Barney \Vm. Peterson -csldlng at S60 Quincy Ave., Long .Scach, .California, .that after the date OL Feb. 8, 195S, lie. -will not be responsible for; any · debts, liabilities or obligations ' incurred by any person?'other than-iilniaelf. ·Dated Feb. .7,. 1958.. . . . . (aliened) ; . . · BARNE7 WM. PETERSON Pub.'Feb. 8. 10; 11, 1958 (3t). L.BJ. NON-RESPONSIBILITY. NOTICE. Notice'is hereby, given by the undersigned,- Charlene' F. \Ben2ing. residing 'at 2164 Stevely -Aver,-' Long Beach. California, that after the date of Feb. S, 1958,.she will not be responsible for any debts, liabilities or' obligations' incurred,,by iany persons other than herself. : 'Dated, Feb.'7,- 1958; Signcd/CHARLENE T. BENZING Pub. Feb. S,-10,'11,-1358 (SO L.B.I. NON.RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE ·Notice is hereby'given by the undersigned/ Florence-'-S. Macris, residing at 305 16th St., Seal Beach. California,, that' after the date of Feb. :-'S! -1955, · «he ·will" not be .responsible for-any; debts, liabiliticB or obligations incurred by any persons other than-herself. , · Dated Feb. 7. "1958: ·'- ' .'SiKDed/FLORENCE .E; MACRIS ' Pub..Feb. 8, 10. 11. 1958 (30 L.B.I., except Sunday. (410--L.B.I. Funeral Notices ~( 1242 Pacific Ave. . Phone HE 2J901' FLOWER SHOP · Phone HE J-3SS '. er HE 2-5901 DICKINSON--John. af» 74, of 1340 Pacific Ave. L. A. Whwlfr. 2nd. C.S.. will o«i- ciat« a.t the aervlc« lionday at 3 P.m. In Chanel of DILDAY MORTUARY 1242 PACIFIC AVE. , LOPEZ--Fra.nlc ·!?.. ace 33. of 1510 W. =oth. Arran«ment» 1 '""inJlDAY MORTUARY ! 1242 PACIFIC.AVE. MEYER--Mary 3an«, *w S4, : of 4?24 Palo Verde. Services Monday, 11 a.m.. with Kev. ' Oscar Wild offlctatlnn la Cha SlLDAY MORTUARY 1242 PACIFIC AVE. .. Interment, Council., Grove, Kan. . - - . . . About service; will bt-ptr . sonallj supervised by * mem her of thi Dildaj Family. BBENE--Lena . ·Inturmtnt aerv. Hon. DirecUd by ·Mottell'i Peck Mortuarlti SARRABERB--Dorcas. interment aerv. Mo. 3 p-.m. Directed by Smith Mortuary HunUngton Beach MMBariftA ITOIBP AMP mmm CHRKI 001-939 «»T3HU.6. HE6-1SM . · . AHRENBER--MmllU- Mae, of 112 Frccla.rd St.. L. B. Sur-. _vtved. by: aon»; RoKcr. Howard and "Kenneth; brothtr. -· JRllty Brazieal; »lst««, Delia Me-.Connell, Martha Ann Murray and Clara D«: £lv« grandchildren. Servlcus Sunday. 10 a.m., .at Mottcll's- * Peek Chapel, - Tnlrd . and Alamltou. ARNOLD/ -- Jack, of 6060' Lewis. , Survived, 'byr.- wife. . 'Xatbryn; tfaushter, Mrs. Frank Springer; daughter, JuU« Anne:Kon, -Vredtick. Rosary will be · recited Monday, 'S p.m.-, . Mot- teil'i * Peek Chajwl. Requiem, Mm, 1 ! Tu»»day, 9 a.m..r at, *t. Athioaslus Catholic Church.. BEESE -- Lena'. I., of ;236i : Lemon Ave. Survived,by: «on, Arthur; nephew. Will .Allen.. Service* Monday, 12 noon, wltn Rev. Llewelyn Evani oKIclat- inc it Motteil's * Peek Chapel, · Third and. Alamitos. . · · , · NYLANDER--John A., of.3586 'Trophy Dr.,- La Meia, Call!.. Survived, by: wife, Mary J., La Me«a, Calif.:· «on«, John A.. and" -Alv'm 7 · E.: Delore* Sousa;.6 jtepdauKhter, (crmndehlldren: · . (treat-grandchildren. s«rvlce« Tundiy, 1 p.m., with ipijn Beach iodge No. 327.,-FftAM; officiating-at Mottell'n *,PeelC'. Chapel, "Tnlrd and Alamltoa. . WHITNEY -- Henry AUgMtui, or +10 Ea«t 21st. Survived by: wife. Ellen M.: ' dau«h«r, Katherlne Wllllunj; . nfrteri. Cindy* Frederick and Dorothy McMakln. ..-Services Wednesday. IT. a.m., · at '·Mottell'a *"-Pe«k' Chapel, ^Ird' and Alamitos. · . Serving Families of AHPdilki For, Over '* Half Century '· No Oat Ever Turned . · For Lack oj.'Vundt LON E.-.PEEK'; -

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