Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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A-I4-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) L»« inch, Ctlit.. Wed., Feb. Lepal Notice N O N - R E S P O N $ I 6 I L I T Y NOTICE Notice IP hereby given by the un- , ] at "iSvSU ^o. raramount Blvii".. paramount. California, lliat after tlif (inte of Keh. 24. 1P63 li» will not be responsebte for any debts. ; | liabilities or obhpaiion* inniiTCd 11 fcv anv iifi-5on$ other than lum=elf. I SiSned. LOUIS J.SIDOU I PaiM r- 1 - "i 1969. , rut.. Feb. 21. :5. 26. 1969 Ut) L.B.I.| CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAME 69-2393 Th« undersigned do certify they are conducting a business, ai i-^1 . A-^ndra. BellHpwer. California, u n - 1 !*"· the fictitious f i l m name nf KOU-TIEN KARATB ACADKMY.! and thht said, firm is composed of t'-e following per-sor.?. \vho? e names ii- full and places of it?.-idenfe are £5 follows: j Douglas Laurie KaraokniH.n, -lolo ; livquois. Lakewood. Oa!if. i Carolyn Cox. llLtt K. }n:mett. 1 L.-L;? Beach. Calif. ; Dated: Feb. 5. 1969 I DOUGLAS L. BAEACKMAN ! CAROLYN COX i Slat* of California. : Los Angeles County: i On February 5. 19C9. before me. ft Noiary Public in and for ?aid Plate. I £ ?:-.-· oiially appealed r»ou£:ia Laurie| Lirat-kinan and Carolyn Cox.: known to me to ) the persons j -who?e name.- ate subscribed 10 i l i e t ivjihm instrument and acknowl- · fiised thev exwmod the ?ame. ; CHXRI.OTTE GRADOWSKI : (^E\L) Notarv Public- Pub. Feb. IP, To, Marrh o, l-\ : ]Pti3 t-lt) L.B.I. __ j 3S711 I N O T I C E OF TRUSTEE'S SALE j T. S. No. 6S-5S03 · On Thii^day. M.irrls 20. inS9. fit' I'VlM a.m.. "DAYTON' IX V KPT-' MEXT CORPORATION* ft* ihily ap- i pointed TniHt.v tmdev and puru;ii)i j i.. Deed of Trun dntwi Man-h 1-t. ; 196* executed by JOE K D W A R D i B-\SHAM and JOSEP1I1XK HAS- j HA.M. lui^brind nnd wife and recorded Maivli 11. 1969, a? in.-=ir. No. ?:;l r.\ book T.iTiio. page 94ii of O f f i n.,1 Records in thfi office of the Touniv Recorder of I.o= Anprrlea CnumV. California. W I L L SK1.L AT PUBLIC AUCTION" TO H H i H - KST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable st tiniP of pale in l a w f u l money of t!;e Uiiited Suuesi at the enirance (f* the Los Ancelp? C o u n t y Coim- housp, aOl We.-t Fir?t, Los Anpelp?. California, all ris'ln. t i t l e anrl iniere-t conveyed 10 and no\v, held by it u n d e r 5iiul Deed of Trust ! in ill? prop^ny siiuatefl in sstid| County a n j State described as: · The Nurih luO feei of Lot .'! of ' ihe Wilson Tract, in the City of Lrms Bearh. a- per ni:tp r^roiH- pl in Book 9. pape lS.t of Maps, jn the office of ihe County J:e-order. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, exprfj.-v, fir implied, regardincr litlc, po.-50.~- i 1 5ion, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining 1 principal - c um or Uifi note secured by said Deed of Trust. Tvith interest as in said note provided, advances, if any. under the terms of said Deed of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of Uie Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. Thfi beneficiary under said Deed of Trust, by reason of a breach or d e f a u l t in the obligations secured , thereby, heretofore executed and j delivered to the undersigned a i ·written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and written no- lice of breach and of election to caupp i h u undersigned to still paid property to patisfy said obligations, and thereafter, on November IS. Ififi^. tile undersigned caused said notice of breach and of election to. bf recorded in book M3043, page j 755. of paid O f f i c i a l Records. Dat»d: February 19. 1969 DAYTON INVESTMENT CORP. as saitl Trustee By T. D. SERVICE CO.. Agent JAMES A. EECKSTROM, Vice President Feb. 26. March 5. 12. 19G9 (3t) LBI. 38250 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 108904 On ITarrh 14, 1960. nt 11:00 o'clock A.M., at the. lobby of the front entrance at 3030 West Sixth Street, in the City of Los Angele.*, California, LAWYERS TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY, a California corporation, as the present Trustee under the Deed of Tntpt made by RAYMOND D. PARKINS and JOANNE L. PARKINS, husband and Tvife. and recorded October 1. W65. in Book T4610. Pnge :tS2 of Official Records of Los Angel County, California, given to secure an indebtedness in favor of GLEN"DALE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, an United States Corporation, by reason oC the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of which TWI= recorded November 13. 1%S. in IJook M3040. Page 611. of said Offi- rinl Records, Los AngrlP.^ C o u n t , ·will sell at n u b l i n auction to the histiest bidder foi - cash payable in lawful money of tha United States of America at the time of sale, without covenant or warranty expressed or implied, as to title, possession or encumbrances, the inte est conveyed to and now held by paid Trustee under said Deed of Trust, in and to the following described property, to-wit: Lot 2. Tract U13^0, in the City nf Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 579. Pages 1-1 and In of Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of paid county. for the purpose of paying obligations secured by paid Deed of Trust including fees, cha.rgr.5 and expenses of the Trustee, advances, if any, under the terms of said Deed of Trust. interest thereon and $19.62^.57, in unpaid principal of t h e note secured by said Deed of Trust with interest thereon from August 1. 196S, as in said note and by law provided. Dated: February 13. 1969 LAWYERS TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY, Trustee By: S. A. BLUSH, Vice President Attest: HOWARD O. WOLCOTT. A55t. Secretary Pub. Feb. 39, 1'fi" March 5. Iflf39 c:t) IJ.B.I. 38257 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE No. T. S. 1665 L No. 40475 Notice Is Uercbv Given that . Tne=day. March ISth, 1969. at 11:00 o'clock, at the Easterly en- irance to the Hall of Justice facinc Spring Street, in the City of and County of Los Angeles, State California. WESTERN PIONEER CO.MPANY, as trustee or substituted true tee under and pursuant to 1 he Deed of Trust executed by WARD \V. CHANT JOADA R. CHANT, husband and wife nnd CHARLES L. EEASLEY IDA MAE BEASIjEY. husband and w i f e In favor of Pioneer Savings and Loan Association, a Corporation, re- ronjptl MII Keuruarv S. 1964, in Book T3501, Page -US of Official Records of Los Angeles County, by reason of default in the payment or performance of obligations secured thereby, a nd notice of default and Beneficiary's flection 1o cause to he y i h e property herein below described having been recorded as provided for by law on November 34. 196S. in Rook 113041. Page ?M of Official Records of Los Angeles County, ,-iiid more t h a n three months having lapsed since Mich recordation, w i l l .«r-ll at public auction to ihe highest bidder fur caj.ii (PAYABLE IN LAWFUL MONEY OF THE UNIT- KD STATES OF AMERICA AT TIME OF EALKl, without warranty express or implied a.i to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by it as such truhtee. In and to the following described property in thn County of Los Angeles, Stale of California, That portion of Kami Lot 4K nf t h e Alamitos Tract, in t)m City ff Long Beach, as per map ie- rordcd in Book 3fi. Page 37 ci. ff-H.. of Miscellaneous Records fi Said County'dr.viiljf-d a? fr.1- Tlie North 63 feet of the S i i i l 1'19 fret of the Wc.=t ftfl foot of Hift Karl 300 fool of Sfii'l Lni -iS. 1ff ihe puriif'Sft of paying t l i c ohli- pati'ms secured by sai'l lJ';cd -if Tj-u.--t including !ccz, diar/n-.s and oxprnsr-s (jf Iru.^lee ;nifl of .sale D;itftd January ^. V.iiM. WJ-;.STEJ;.V PIONKKH COMPANY, an flucli Truaiee (COJfPORATE HEAL) J5y MICHAKL A. KOUT Trust Officer Feb. 35, 26, Mar. 6, 1069 (31) LBI PRICES EFFECTIVE-WED., FEB. 26 THROUGH TUESDAY, MARCH 4' sad ,*' sac 0*. MWtf . Proctor-Silex STEAM DRY IRON Here's an iron that isn't tirin.' Real lightweight with visible water level and lots of steam vents." Has up-front fabric dial to take the guess out of fabric finish. 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