Independent from Long Beach, California on January 21, 1975 · Page 28
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r Route 395 offers good hiking 3y RAY G!SE- · - ; '· Since this is winter, wilderness backpacking, because of low temperatures, is strictly (or the experienced. The nearby deserts offer good backpacking and if you travel north there is interesting country to backpack without getting overly involved with w e a t h e r conditions. Highway 395 o f f e r s more routes to hikers or backpackers getting into real wilderness areas faster than going up from the west side of the Sierra. There are many hikes this time of year without getting involved in the LOS .A-I-i-A-MITOSl BidWbo, Banks .' Mr. Laser, Strauss trayl Alii, Maldonado . B« Jay's Bar Too, Hart Dynamo Patrol, Ward .. Nile Train. Treasure - Bottcrllv, Cardoia 8 1171W Fast Eddie. Crew 6 W If- Grey Devil, Knlohl 3 '!"5'! Slacked Deck I, Brooks ....} II'15-1 ImofCMionisI » Scratched NonSlopor M Scratched VandvVwas 13 Scralclw) BID WHO: Race one back «ttl enough. MR. LASER: Steps v?. -'rom winning race. INKY'S ALII: Not to be TONSSHOT-NITETOAIN. ' «h a hav made higher snow country. If gam t his s °rt of elevation, you are equal to winter ' am offering you the high mountain travel, this is the time. Snowshoes should be part of your rtnntt W U n t t A n * t f rtf\ *t/t strictions. Since forest rangers are not recommending the higher snow country, we will discuss your plans for next summer. ' OFF the east you can or w i n n 395 on and whichever way you easier, .. , . you go through beautiful To reach Highway 395 timber country. But it f r o m the Long Beach takes about two days to area, take the Garden G r o v e Freeway to the Newport Freeway, t u r n norTto the Riverside ' lew miles you will see the Bishop turnoff. From there on it is beautiful ' hi h e deTert country mar- re j on i v in some places ^ere Ltorc y d.sts P love to "de down the hills, permanently ruining the ecology This land never comef back J«,t more erodec I by continued use « "eS^ou may see « S ;ild a Ufe ra You S S otner wiiome. YOU wm bypass Inyo-Kern, but in just a few miles 395 joins Highway 6 'at the southern end of the Sierra. Trails to back country start in from here, but this is not the Sierra proper. You will pass Little Lake. The area is all volcanic origin and there is much to see around here if you take the time. For instance, a few miles north on your right you will see a big red aggregate dome. Drive in here, keep to the right and eventually you arrive at a sort of rock enclosure. Park your car or so and you will see 3t be- TUESDAY, JAN. 21, OT5 FIRST POST 7:45 P.M. 3fth night of 55- night meeting FIRST RACE -- 350 yards. 3-Year- olds. Purse $2,000. Claiming price H.OOO. HORSE JOCKEY PP Wt Odds Mellen Wise, Watson 3 119 2-1 TopMoon Jo, Ward 8 119 3-1 Alamitos News, Lipham .... 2 119 7-2 Pal's Dandy, Adair 9 122 9-2 Play House, Walker 1 117 6-1 Shesabo, Dreyer 6 117 8-1 Big M Chi. Moon, Mn, Straus? 119 10-1 Janice Be Godd, Creager ...S 117101 Fleet 'N Speedy, Knight ... 10 122 15-1 Zantinpy Bar, Cardoza ....14 11715-1 Little Above 4 Scratched Pokie Red 11 Scratched Caseace Strip 12 Scratched ' Jay Joy '.. 13 Scratched MELLEN WI5C: Comes here sharp. TOP MOON JO: Jusl missed last two starts as the favorite.ALAMITOS NEWS: May hold the others. LONGSHOT--SHESABO. SECOND RACE - 870 yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse L900. Claiming price 52,000. Step N Fetch It, Treasure ..6 119 2-1 Calif. Sands, Nicodemus ....3 122 5-2 Terri Bull, Salem .4 119 4-1 BrassLand.Knigtit ..7 119 6-1 Classy Rocket, Hart 1 119 8-1 Lil Amigo, Cardoia 2 11910-1 Truly Tried, 'Banks : 9 11910-1 Awa*y She Goes, Lipham ...8 117151 Shady Everett 5 Scratched Toiito Links 10 Scratched Bit 0'. Bar II Scratched Rue.Feree . . . . 12 Scratched STEP N FETCH IT: May hold a slight edge. CALIFORNIA SANDS: Will not be tar away. TERRI BULL: May be this good. LONGSHOT - CLASSY ROCKET. THIRD RACE - 400 yards. 3-year- old maidens. Purse $1,700. Miss Jesterson, Cardoza .... 2 117 2-1 Wee Copy, Page 1 122 5-2 Escape Artist, Hart 7 117 3-1 French Mike, Adair 1 122 7-2 Nashabar, Treasure 10 122 9-2 Jet's Little Lady, Knight ...3 117 6-1 Cal Fish John, Watson 8 122 8-1 Lovely Chargette, Nic 5 117 10-1 Lana's Rocket, Strauss 4 122 15-1 Adair Jones, Myles 6 122 15-1 Spotted Easy 11 Scratched Ant Sam 12 Scratched Jet Two Three 13 Scratched Royal Bar su 14 Scratched MISS JESTERSON: Worked 18.4 for debut. WEE COPY: Finished second both starts. ESCAPE ARTIST: Lost in a photo finish. LONGSHOT --CATFISH JOHN. FOURTH RACE -- 350 yards. 3- year-olds. Purse $2,000. Claiming price 44,000. Hot Shot Cute Bar, Cardoza 9 122 2-1 Roscv Jed, Hart 5 122 5-2 Phoebe's Golimit, Clerlsse .3 119 3-1 Tiger Rocket Jr., Salem .... 1 122 7-2 Papa India, Dreyer 4 119 4-1 Sav A Prayer, Treasure .... 8 117 9-2 , Jet Deck Red, Murphy .... 10 119 8-1 Jays Rage, Knight 6 119 10-1 That Triple Hawk, Creager . 7 11915-1 Azure Raider, Lipham 2 11915-1 Fearless Frank 11 Scratched Passum Step Jr 12 Scratched Astro Dial -13 Scratched Me Fire 14 Scratched HOT SHOT CUTE BAR: Should repeat winning race. ROSEY JED: Beat easier last race. PHOEBE'S GOLIMIT: May hold the others. LONGSHOT --JET DECK RED. FIFTH RACE - 549 yards. S^ear- olds and up: Purse $1,700. Claiming price S1.600. Everett's Bar Bob, Ward ... 2 122 5-2 Redlherobber, Myles 9 122 3-1 Moon Lightening, Treasure 10 119 7-2 Midway Dandy, Strauss .... 7 119 9-2 Badger's Boss, Brooks . . . . . 5 119 6-1 Beau Lano, Lipham 3 122 8-2 La Ree'sCharge, Adair . . . . 6 !19 10-1 Moonfess, Knisht 1 11910-1 I Van, Cardoza 8 119 15-1 July Cash, Page 4 119 15-1 Hi Cliff 11 Scratched First Sting 12 Scratched Past Carin' 13 Scratched Go Fair Zero Bar 14 Scratched EVERETTS BAR BOB: Well placed to surprise. REDTHEROBBER: Comes oft a sharp win. MOON LIGHTENING: Requires best race. LONGSHOT--BEAU LANO. SIXTH RACE -- 400 yards. 3-year- olds. Purse $3,500. Allw. Mr Capri Deck, Watson .... 6 122 5-2 Royal Hy, Ward 1 llv 3-1 Callemoon, Brooks 7 119 7-2 Leespo, Banks 10 119 6-1 Quincy Tru, Hart 9 117 8-1 Nashville Rocket, Myles .... 5 119 10-1 Project Win, Lipham 4 117 10-1 Arion Mission, Treasure .... 8 119 15-1 Babydoo, Adair 3 11715-1 Jet Gold, Matsuda H 119 15-1 LuckyPatBar 2 Scratched Coral's Runaway 12 Scratched Victory Chant 13 Scratched Solar Charge 14 Scratched MR. CAPRI DECK: Fair race al big odds ROYAL HY: Best race put him close. ALLEMOON: Hard to separate top three choices. LONBSHOT-QUINCY TRU. SEVENTH RACE -- 350 yards. 3- year-olds and up. Purse $t,000. Allw. Gold Copy, Ward 3 122 2-1 AndyGo,Hart 8 119 5-2 Heck,Adair 1 119 3-1 Gray Dancer, Lipham 6 119 4-1 I'ma On, Nicodemus 7 122 9-2 Kiptymylou, Dreyer 4 117 6-1 ' Jet's Rockette, Treasure ..10 117 8-1 Our Jet, Knight 2 11910-1 Play Pokey, Clerisse 9 11715-1 Silver's Treat 5 Scratched GOLD COPY: May prove the most dependable. ANDY GO: May hold a class edge. HECK: Should hold Ihe others. LONGSHOT --JET'S ROCKETTE. EIGHTH RACE -- 350 yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse $2,100. Claiming price $i,SOO. Pegusus Moon. Hart 4 122 2-1 Mile Away beck, Kniaht ... 9 122 5-2 City Liles, Lipham 10 122 3-1 Rocking Deck, Myles 5 122 7-2 County Fathom, Brooks .... 6 122 4-1 Leo's Pele. Clerisse 2 122 6-1 Romeo Slrip, Creager 3 122 8-1 Dandy Echo, Adair 14 122 10-1 On Limits, Treasure 1 122 15-1 Royal Rampage; Nic II 122 is-l Mr. Whistle 7 Scratched Mr. Cute Britches 6 Scratched Bar Arrow , U Scratched TrackShoes 13 Scratched PEGUSUS MOON: Running in tough luck. MILE AWAY DECK: Will not be tar away. CITY LITES: Will keep them LONOSHOT- ROMEO STRIP. NINTH RACE - 350 yards. 3-year- oktt and up. Purse SI,900. Claiming pric* tt,5W. .^ 119 "5-2 .1 m 3-1 5 W 7-Z 10 117 «·} 7 !l» 6-1 119 8-1 Gray favorites at AtlflV * rTLlliiy * Gray Dancer and Andy Go, both seeking their first victory of the current meeting, figure to be favored tonight in the featured race at Los Alamitos as the Horsemen's Quarter Horse Racing Association c o n t i n u e s its seventh week of racing. Gray Dancer, a winner of more than $15,000 last year in 13 races, is bidding for his first win since August when he posted a nose triumph over Burke's Pistol in 17.76 seconds for 350 yards. The gray son of Dancing Dervish is winless in f i v e starts this winter, although he has finished worse than fourth only once in those five races and has never failed to collect a paycheck. His best efforts were in December when he was second to Five Chics in 19.90 seconds for 400 yards and was a runnerup to Amber Due on a heavy track. Terry Lipham does the riding on Gray Dancer. Andy Go, a five-year-old son' of Go Clabber, had won more than $84,000 in his, career, with most of t h a t bankroll coming since he was claimed for row and has been in the money only once in those starts, running third behind Amber Due on an off track. Kenneth Hart is m the irons tonight. ' ^ -- ot h er s in the race are Hecki Our Jet) Go i d Copy, K i p t y m y l o u , Silver's Trea t, I ' m a On, Play I_,QS Pokey and Jet s Rockette. · In Mond night . s {e a-, t t a Orange County t r a c k former 870-yard record holder Gave i man , ridden by Danny Cardoza, came from behind to defeat nine other distance specialists at 549 yards, clocking 27.34 seconds and returning $22.40 to win. CLEAR AND FAST *» r«B listed in order -a finish) . . Time - 18:17. Also ran: King Hula. Somerse | Lucky, Prowler, Regal Offer, Thrinins Aspect. Missy Dew Deck, BarnALittle S2 EXACTA (lO-J) PAID W I m §-t\L Ba TVu% a ccn'Xen's den F,le Copy, True Moon, Queens ^'SSEXACTA.M, PAID,TM s, eD and Gone, Myles .......... S ' M IS Lassie's TOP Man, Banks ......... .. ..3.60 i "me -1131. AISO ran: Tola MB. Thai R Mn . Tollie Boegl. Basabe, Hoi One. Sltlla More, Wandering Rita. s « 2 eo .*?..% l| VerQuenza, Ward .................. J.uu Time -»:«. AI» TM : Dividend's Charge, No Secrets, Lotsafuss, Chika- ra/ Eve relfs Risk, Cutie Bello, Burnt Squaw. . THIRD RACE -»70 yards: DH-Diamond ears, H. . 5.60 s.« i.sa DH-Phocbe's Bruce, B.2 3.« 3.40 2.60 . GO Around, Lipham ................ 2.60 Tl TM - i7M - Also ran: Mr - Arr °- way. Fairest Palleo, Gallantmear, Bat lleTank, Mikey. DH-Ocadheat. FOUR TH RACE-- 100 yards- Sura * . 0uMtion ' Treasu5 §..o 20.0 6.00 . . . DH-MissCuie5noi,cierisse ..:.... 3.20 Timc-20.79. Also ran: Charger Sauce, Cheri Ami, Try Me 1, Jusl Like Pa, Tonto's Choo Choo, DQ-Screna ctl ; c DH _Deadheat. DQ-Finished ''»"· disqualified and placed last. E, G HTH RACE -« yards: J18 . .. cinnt'c nnno wart F 7 ^ - 2 0 M A I S O Van; DH.j.y valonline, DH-EI Ralero, Terrible Tinky, Charging Charlie. Fly A»ay Crunch. Go Ma n Too, Quick House, DH-OMdheal. SS EXSCTMS-101 PAID S139.SO NINTH RACE -wo yarth: Mr shady. Page ....... so) u.eo s.BO TinVoS; Treasure ........... s.oo wo B ili rs Request. Drcver .............. a.OO Time - 20.40. Also ran: Havaku. Jon Brcen, Blnron Dandy, Go Misty Go, Anolh- " L TM -S M'«i» nr^r^ma r.r.om BETZ S BEST the.highway. ABOUT 250 miles from Long Beach you reach Lone Pine. If you follow the 55 mile per hour .speed limit you will get there in about f i v e hours. The CHP is very alert so you have been warned. Lone Pine is the gateway to Mt. Whitney and the back country, beyond. This time of year the Alabama Hills on the Whitney Portal road o f f e r much hiking and exploring. The road to the Portal is usually closed in winter beyond here. The Alabama Hills are the background of movie westerns since the 1920's and there is much wildlife to see here if alert. Lone Pine is another of my f a v o r i t e s , good motels, my choice is a half mile south of town. There is a gourmet restaurant which only serves dinner on reservation as it only seats about 25. The food, a strict menu, no cocktails but good wine. CONTINUING north just out of Lone Pine to the left you will see a historical m a r k e r where m a n y persons were buried in a mass grave. An e a r t h q u a k e in the )'s killed many Lone About above Lone Pine you will pass Manzanar to your left. You will never notice it unless you At tne current meet, ^·B^^5 M -;::;;;;;;.TM.33 LONGSHOT SPECIAL - Nite Tram t d Andy GO has lOSt fOUr in a Time-20.47. Also ran: Inman's Leo ""th. When you have good auto insurance rates likeGEICO, people find you. We have no salesmen to call on you. You have to make the first move. We don't spend a fortune on advertising like some of our competitors. You're lucky to come across this ad. To find out how much GEICO's low rates may save you, you have to call us. We won't call you. But whenever you need us, we're easy to find. With 3,500 claim representatives ready to serve you 24 hours a day. To find out exactly how much you may save Phone 432-0911 or visit one of these convenient offices: Long Beach . . . . 222 East Ocean Boulevard (432-0911) Los Angeles . . . . 3660 Wilshire Boulevard (381-3441) Anaheim ____ 2165 South Manchester Avenue (633-2311) PottHucneme ____ 550 East Pleasant Valley Road (488-3535) , Riverside ____ 22810 Alessandro Boulevard (653-1131) San Bernardino ____ 1725 E. Highland Avenue (884-0421) Victorvillc . . . .14681 Seventh Street (245-8602) GOVLHNMENT CMf'lOVCES INSUHANCC COMPANY/ CHITI'MlON INSURANCE COMPANY ,,-rr rjlkt «j-.r f l:.n HC/C.wilJUUtHoi'Wii« m llfiinl*1«'l 1 ' n " n G0 ' r "''' v "' 1 L.HMck.ciHLTwi.jM.ium INDEPENDENT (AM) Pacif ic-8 statistics balanced SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Pacific-8 t e a m s t a t i s t i c s - a r e ab.oui as equitably distributed as the conference leadership this week. ' : . Four of the five first- place teams were at the top of t e a m statistics categories. USC led offensively with an average of 90.5 points per game. Stanford shot 513 per cent from the floor in beating USC and U C L A last weekend to take the field goal per- · centage leadership at 49.7. Oregon State led the conference in d e f e n s e , allowing only 68.6 points per game. UCLA played w i t h t h e h i g h scoring margin of 17.4 points per hame. All five teams have 3-1 conference records. Washington State shot 76.1 per cent from the free throw line to raise its season average to 73.1, only .2 percent ahead of OSU. Washington outrebounded its opponents by nine per game. Individual leaders were . Rich Kelley of Stanford w i t h 12.4 rebounds per game, Steve Pudokais of WSU with 24.1 points per game, Paul Miller of OSU with an 88.9 free throw percentage and Ron Lee of Oregon with an average of 6.2 assists. L a r s Hansen of Wash- ngton hit 61.5 per cent of his field goal attempts but he is trailed closely by Edgar Jeffries of WSU and Rich Washington of UCLA, both shooting 61.2 per cent. Ram trio hit by robbery in Miami hotel ' MIAMI BEACH (AP) A robber broke into hotel rooms occupied by assistant coaches and a football player for the Rams Sunday n i g h t and stole m o n e y , w a t c h e s a n d jewelry. Police said the robberies were reported by assistant coaches Jim Wagstaff and Ray Prochaska and defensive end Jack Youngblood. Wagstaff told police 10 $100 bills were taken from an attache case in his room at the Hyatt House when he went to dinner. Prochaska reported that his losses included jewelry, a watch and two rings. Youngblood said a wallet in his wife's purse was taken. It contained credit cards and about $60, police said. The members of the Rams' club were in town for the nationally-televised Pro Bowl football game Monday night. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICB Household furnishing consigned to Eugene Ellis will be sold at a public auction to the highest bidder at 9 am on Feb. 5. 1975 at 1505 W. Wardlow Rd. 2501 E Anaheim. Long Beach. Calif. Pub. Jan. 21.28, 1975121) LBI NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the under signed Agusta H. Vaughn residing at 3281 E Artcsia Blvd. *K'Loni Beach, Call forma, that after the date of December 27. 1974 she will not be responsible for any debts, liabilities, or obligations incur red by any per.sons other than herself. ' Dated January 15, UI75 AGUSTA II. VAUGHN Puh. Jan. M. 21. 22. 1975 (311 LBI NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the under signed .lanet E Donovan residing at 44 E. 37th St.. I/ing Beach. California, tha lifter the date of January 20, 1!)75 she wil not he responsible for any debts, liabil ities, or obligations incurred by any per sons other than herself. Dated Jan Hi, 11175 JANET E. DONOVAN I'ub Jan. 20. 21. 22. 1975 (3tl LBI NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the under signed Harvev A "O'Connor, residing a «fi E. 71st SI . Long Beach. California that after the date of January 17, l'J75. h will not foe responsible for anv debts, liabilities, or obligations incurred by an [Arsons other than himself Dated Januarv !·'. 1075. HARVEY A O'CONNOR Bv BETTY 1.0X0 'ub.. Ian '17.20. 21. 1975 Clt! LBI SUPERIOR COURT OF THK STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR T1IF. (WNTY OF SAN MATKO No. A 7357 CITATION In the mailer of the Adoption Pctitk of CHARLES TltEODOKK 1IELA. Adop ing Parent THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE 0 CALIFORNIA TO FREDRICK HF.LI.K MERRILL. Jr. By order of this court, you are beret cited to appear before the Judge prosit ing in the Northern Depaitment ol th Cuuii ,» ;.".", :.;;,,.ii,,n Road. South Si Praneiseo, California, on Monday, Marc 10, !!(?:, al 9 m A . M . then and there L-r..-.-. i-".;". if any you have, uhy tl petition of Charles Theodore Hela for t! idop!ion of Fredrick Heller Merrill II your minor son, should not be granted. Dated'. January in, I975. ISF.ALI MARVIN CHURCH. Clerk . Ity U'lHRAlNK I. MOUKA Of put!' Clerk nAVIS.rOWKI.LABOWF. -T,! Callloralu Stir rl, Suite' I2ii SmPriMltco, California !WM Altorwyt for Petitioner Puh. Jan. 51. 2», FA 4. II. I'JW l-lti LBI nnucNOTKX NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF 1 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Jan. IS, 1975 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : ' .Subject lo Issuance of the license applied lor. notice is hereby riven Jhat he undersigned proposw to sell alcoholic beverages at the premises, described as follows; ' ... . 1923-25 E. Seventh St. . Lena Beach · Pursuant fo such intention, the under- gned is applying to the Department ol coholic Beverage Control lor issuance On-Salc General Public Premises MARY ELLEN WARD ub. Jan. 21. 1975 (It) LBI ' NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Long Beach .Unified. School Dis- ct will receive sealed bids in the office the Purchasing Division, Room 206 ministration Building, 701. Locust Aveo, Long Beach, California, up to 11 m. February 4. 1975, for the following: Schcd. 04833-F-- Television Equipment Controls . Sched. #4880 -- Purchase of carpeting Specifications and bid forms may be tamed in the office of the Purchasing Jivision. LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT , , . . By: MARIE WELLS, ' Assistant Secretary ub.Jan. 21,28. 1975 (20 LBI 2» Hearing Date: 11/12/74 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. SOP 22821 . Sujjerior Court of the State of Califor- a, for the County of Los Angeles. In -the Matter of the Estate of IARLES M. BAUGHMAN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to creditors laving claims against the said decedent o file said claims in the office of the eric of 'the aforesaid court or to present lenv lo the undersigned at the office of \MES L. HAY, 3633 Long Beach Blvd., ·2 in the City of Long Beach, in Los igeles County, which latter office is the ace of business of the undersigned in, all natters pertaining to said estate. Such aims with the necessary vouchers must 1C filed or presented as aforesaid within our months after the first publication of lis notice. Dated: December 27, 1974. GUfDALc DAVIS Executrix of the will of said decedent. WES L. HAY ttorney-at-Law 33 Long Beach Blvd., D-2 mg Beach, California 90807 ub. Jan. 7. 14. 21. 28, 1975 Mil LBI 24266 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. SOP 21449 In the Superior Court of the State of alifornia, for the Countv of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of HELEN ELL IRENE PACE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- gned will sell al Private Sale, to the lighest and best bidder, subject to confir- ation of said Superior Court, on or after c 24th dav of January, 1975, at the ficc of JO'HN READ REALTY INC., 345 E. Spring St., Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State of California, all the ght, tide and interest of said deceased the lime of death and all the right, title nd interest that the estale of said ceased has acquired by operation of aw or otherwise other than or in addition that of said deceased, at the time of eath, in and to all the certain real operty situated in the County of Los ngcles, State of California, particularly escribed as follows: Lot 24, Tract 14975 in the City of Long Beach. Pages 38 39 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles. More commonly known as: 3001 Poppy Street, Long Beach, California Terms of sale cash in lawful money of ie United States on confirmation of sale, part cash and balance evidenced by te secured by Mortgage or Trust Deed the property so sold. Ten per cent of mount bid lo be deposited with bid. Rids or offers to be in writing and will e received at the aforesaid office at any imc after the first publication hereof and fore date of sale. Dated Ibis 3rd dav of January, 1975. - LLOYD CHARLES PACE Executorof the will of said Decedent. ,OYI) CHARLES PACE, in Pro Per I Dovcrficld acentia, Calif. 02607 ub. Jan. 14, 15, 21, 1975 (311 LBI B5560I NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. No. 1-31595 E ' On Friday, Feb. 7, 1375, at 10:00 A.M.. TI.E INSURANCE AND TRUST OMPANY. as duly appointed Trustee nder and pursuant to Deed of Trust, corded July 23, 1964, as inst. No. 2984. book T3828, page 943, of Official ccords in the office of the County ecorder of t/s Angeles Countv, Califor- a. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (pay- blc at time of sale in lawful money of ie United States) in the lobby of Title nsurance and Trust Company Annex uilding at 419 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles. California all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said Countv and State described as: Lrts 2 and 3 in Block 138 of the ResulHlivision of Portions of the Alamitos Tract and Alamitos Beach Townsite. in the city of I/mg Beach, in Ihe county of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 43 Page 9 of Miscellaneous Records, in the office of the County Recorder of said County. Except the South 150 feet of each of said I/ts. Also except the West 52.67 feet of Lot 2 as described in the Deed recorded in Book 4564 page 271 of Deeds. The street address and other common esignation, if any. of the real property escribed above is purported to be: 1112 1114 E 4th Street. Long beach, Ca. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common desig nation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but withou covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances.' lo pay the rtmaininf irincipal sum of the note secured by sak leed of Trust, to-wit: $8,58fi.94, with interest thereon, as provided in said note advances. i[ any. under the terms of sail k-ed of Trust, fees, charges and ex penses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. The beneficiary under said Deed o Trust heretofore executed and dclivcree to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell The undersigned caused said Notic of Default and Election to sell to be recorded in the county where the rea property is located Date: Jan. 7. 11)75 TITLE INSURANCE ANT) TRUST COMPANY as said Trustee By ALICE LICANO'sn Autborizi-d Signature Pub Jan H. 21,29, 1975(311 LBI pnESS-Ttiioiw* pyr^ rwinixWH* *' y^ai* NOWE TO MDW», '«* The Long Beach Unified School DfelWct ·111 receive sealed bids to the offlcf Of the Purchasing Division, Roo* ; a» Administration BuildinerVOl Locust.Ave- ue.'Long Beach, California, up to 11 .m. January ft, 1975. for the foltewing: Sclred *4W-Gas Fired Boiler' ' Specifications and bid forms may be btaincd in Ihe office ol the Purchasing division. ' LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT By MARIE WELLS.' ', Aaistahl Secretary ' ' ub.Jan. 14, 21. 1975 (2tiLBi; i NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ,, CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR INSTALLATION OF A PRIVATE GASOLINE PUMP TOR-USE IN THE GENERAL OPERATION, OF THE APPLIANCE REPAIR CEN- , TEH AT SEARS. ROEBUCK AND ; COMPANY, CITY OF LAKEWOOD ! A public hearing. will be held on a cnuest for a conditional use permit lo nstall a private gasoline, pump for the eneral operation of an appliance repair enter for Sears, Roebuck 4 Company, ithin the Dutch Village Center at 5436 Woodruff Avenue, Lakewood, a C-t i General Commercial) Zone. · . ( The public hearing will be held before ; he Planning and Environment Commis- 3 on on Thursday, February 6, .1975 at · 30 P.M., in the Council Chambers at ; 050 Clark Avenue, al which time testi- , mony will be taken on the matter, desig- ' aled Conditional Use Permit No. 175. { CHARLES CHWETTA Director. Community ^ Development Department f ub.Jan. 21. 1975 (It) LBI . . ", 55602 .: ; NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE ; T.S. No. 1-31594 E } On Friday, February 7, 1975, at 10:00 \.M., TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST ' COMPANY, as duly appointed Trustee ' under and pursuant to Deed of Trust · recorded July 23, 1964, as inst. No. 2985 n book T3828, page 9-14, of Official · Records in the office of Ihe County iecorder of Los Angeles County, Califor- ia WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION '0 HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (pay- , Me at time of sale in lawful money of . he United Slates) in the lobby of Title nsurance and Trust Company Annex ; uilding at 419 S. Spring Street, Los An- cles, California, all right, title and inter- ' st conveyed to and now held by it under aid Deed of Trust in the property situat- ·d in said County and State described as: Lots 2 and 3 in 'Block 138 of the '· Resubdivision of Alamitos Tract and 1 Alamitos Beach Townsite, EXCEPT I the South 150 feet of each and said . i lots, ALSO EXCEPT the West 52.67 ' 'feet of Lot 2. as described, as per map recorded in Book 43, Page 9 of , : Miscellaneous Records, in the office ; of the County Recorder of said · County. i The street address and other common designation, if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 1112, 114 E. 4th Street. I/)ng Beach, California. The undersigned Trustee disclaims iny liability for any incorrectness of the treet address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or mplied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining irincipal sum of the note secured by said )eed of Tnist, to-wit: $1,034.77, with nterest thereon, as provided in said note, advances, if any, under the terms of said )eod of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts reated by said Deed of Trust. The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered o the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election. to Sell. The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in Ihe county where the real property is located. ' r ' ' . Dated: January 7, 1975. TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY as said Trustee, · '' By: ALICE LICANO Authorized Signature Pub. Jan. 14. 21, 28, 1975 (3t) LBI C NOTICE TO CP.EDITORS OF BULK TRANSFER AND :_ OF INTENTION TO TRANSFER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE (Sees. 6101-6107 U.C.C. and/or 24073 BPI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the. Creditors of DICK P. DeKHEEK and ANNE DeKREEK, Social Security Nos. 560-60-6972 / 56CH)(K)973. Transferor and. Licensee, whose business address is 725 ;. -till St., in the City of Long Beach. County of Los Angeles, State of Califor-. nia, that a bulk transfer, is about to be' made to VICTOR SANTIAGO SOUS, Social Security No. 569-24-9619, Transferee and Intended Transferee, whose business' address is 725 E. 4th St., in the City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State of California. The property is described in general' as: All stock in trade, fixtures, equfp- ment and good will of a certain Liquor". Store Deli business known as ANDIS. LIQUOR AND DELI and located at 725 E. 4lh St. in the City of Long Beach,: 'ounly of Los Angeles, State of California, and transfer the following alcoholic leverage license: Off-Sale General, Numer 21-31363, now issued to premises ocated at 725 E. 4th St. for the premises ocated at 725 E. 4th St. in the City of' xmg Beach. County of Los Angeles, State of California. That the amount of purchase price or consideration in connection with said; ransfer of said license and said business.'including the estimated inventory, is the sum of 553,000.00, which consists of the, ollowing: Description Amount' · Cash .....S16.om.0f.--. Promissory notes 37,000.00 ^ All other business names and addresses used by the Transferor within hree years last past so far as known to the Transferee are: NONE. " * That it has been agreed between said icensee and intended transferee as required by Sec. 24074 of the "Business anti; Professions Code, that the consideration ior the transfer of said business and: transfer of said license is to be paid oruXi after said transfer has been approved by. said Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control That a sale, transfer and assignment of the aforesaid stock in trade, fixtures',' equipment and good will of said busines^ will be made, and the consideration therefor together with the consideration for the transfer and assignment of the- aforesaid license is to be consummated, on or after the 15th day of February',, 1975, al the escrow department of Profes-. sional Escrow Services at 3505 Long Beach Blvd., Suite 1-A, in the City of Long Beach, County of I/is Angeles, State, of California, provided that the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has? approved said transfer of said license. Dated: January 13, 1975. * DICK P. DeKREEK '\ Transferor and Licensee ANNE DeKREEK Transferor and Licensee VICTOR SANTIAGO SOUS :_!} Transferee and Intended Transferee "i* Professional Escrow Services r ; 3.VF, Ung Btach Blvd. ol-A Ung Beach. Calif . 90*07 ' i '- 1 Escrow No. 500001-ST Pub. Jan 21, 1975 ill) LBI NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS : ; -. Sealed projrfjsrds will be received in the Purchasing Office urn lower campus) of California Slate University, Ung Beach. 1331 Palo Verde Avenue. Long Beach California until 2:0(1 P.M. on February 7, 1975. at which lime and place they will be iiiblicly opened and read for removing approximately 11.000 square feet of black top walks and replacing with concrete in accordance with plans and specifications therefor. Bids must be submitted for the en ire work described therein. Deviations from plans and specifications wjll not be considered and will he cause for rejection of bids Forms of proposal. Y jnd forms and plans and specifications may be obtained at Ihe Purchasing Office of California State University. Long Beach at mi Palo Verde Avenue, I/,ng Beach, CA. The said State Agency reserves the right to reject any or all bids. The services and,'or the products furnished by the successful bidder under this contract will be evaluated by the State In accordance with provisions of Section 1773 of Ihe Labor Code, the State Anency awarding this contract has ascertained the general prevailing rate of wages applicable to the work to be done is as follows: GENERAL PREVAILING WAGE RATES County of I»s Angeles The California Stale University, Ung Beach, has ascertained the general prevailing rate of wages lo be as tabulated hereafter lor the county in which the work is lo he done Included therein are employer payments for health and welfare \.ic.ition. iHiwon. apprenticeship or olher authorized training programs and similar purposes Holidays shall be as defined in Ihe collective bargaining affrecmen applicable lo the lalior cassifications employed on the project . BASIC RATE OVKR- SATl* SUN- |K)U- tJ CLASSIFICATION PER HOUR TIME DAY DAY DAY Cement Mason 10 M 14.77 M Id 70 18 70V 1 ' l-lborcr S90 12,125 12.125 15.35 liSSnl Tractor-loader ' '· Operator 1181 627 1627 2073 ' 2073 Driver of Dump Truck (12 yds, less than Ifi vdsi 10 I I 13 sis isfljs. 17 w \i r* BIDS WILL BE ENTERTAINED ON A LUMP SUM BASIS ONI Y PLFASf Sl'llMIT YOUR HID ON THE FORM AND IN i T1IK F.NVKLOPK PROV1DFD liATK- January II, 1975. CALIFORNIA ST ATK UNIVERSITY, 1.0NG BKAC1I . . iy r . L. KUU(tr.R Director ol Purchasing Puh Jan 21,2s. l9;.ii]»I.BI

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