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REV. DUCKWORTH Evangelist, Cubs at Lime Ave. Revival Lime Ave, Baptist Church on Sunday launches a week of revival services, featuring Rev. Billy Duckworth, who NCC Asks 2 Chinas in UN for Peace In Its strongest p o l i c y statement on the-subject, the policy-making general board of the National Council of Churches adopted a resolu tion urging regularized international relations with Red China and a seat in the United Nations- The vote al the St. Louis meeting was 90 against three, with one abstention. , The U. S. g o v e r n men should "develop a new policy of support" to seating the jovernment of m a i n 1 a n China, the statement said 'without prejudice to its own policy concerning diplomatii recognition, and under condi .ions which take into accoun :he welfare, security and po itical status of Taiwan, in eluding membership in the United Nations." The statement urged Presi dent Johnson to "bring abou the establishment" of a "Com was very well known in the mission on United State Southern states as a pastor in Mississippi and Tennessee, and an evangelist, and now pastors one of the fastest growing S o u t h e r n Baptist churches in California. His First Baptist Church of McKinleyville (north of Eureka) led the slate's Southern Baptists in 1965 in new members and expansion program. Services at the church, 850 I.ime Ave., will start each evening" at 7-.30 during the week, and for the two Sundays, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Some of the Chicago Cubs, who are training in Long Beach, are expected to be in a t t e n d a n c e . On Sunday, March 20, shortstop Don policy in relation to China." Such a commission couli "become the basis for inten sive public discussion of th issue," it said. The policy statement als encouraged free travel, trad and cultural exchanges be .ween the U. S. and China asking the U. S- to give "care : ul study" to "regularizin diplomatic c o m m u n i c a t i o n with China. Baptist College Fund Drive Lags The financial problems o church-related colleges ar dramatically underscored b a report from a five-year fun raising campaign conducte by Texas Baptists. They set out to raise $: million to meet urgent capit Keslnger will speak to the needs at 10 Baptist college congregation. ' * - -- -- T Leading the week's music will be music director Lloyd Cook, who Is the new band director at Long Beach City College. UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 13651 . Klondib, Downey Pastor B. J. Robinion REVIVAL CONTINUES Nighty. 7:30 Except Monday . .A-Special Singing -· Popular Oklahoma Pace Brothers Preaching Niqh% and universities in Texas. Bi they were able to collect on $7 million--and this in wealthy state where Baptis are by far the largest denom nation. "THE SALVATION ARMY 1 4S5 E. SPRING ST. "A Friendly Place, lo Worship" 9;45 a.m.--Sunday School 10:45. a.m.--Morning Worship · 7;00 p.m.--Evangelicel Sewics "ALL'WELCOME" GOINGS ON Murray F. Sharp, American Baptist lay missionary to ie Congo will speak tonight at 7 at the 30'th annual meet g of the Harbor Baptist Assn. at Immanuel Baptist, 3215 . Third SI George Matthews, singer, speaker ant lurchman who gave up an opera career for Christian ser ice, will present "A Sermon in Song" al 9:30 and 11 a.m unday at Silverado Methodist, 2990 Delta Ave Rev eorge Woods, former Texas evangelist now an Orangi ounty pastor, will be guest evangelist for a week of meet ngs at Walnut Avenue Southern Baptist, Third Street an Valnut Avenue, Sunday through March 20, w i t h meetings a r :30 p.m., with Rev. Joe DeFranco of Van Nuys as son eader. * * * * Rev. George Daislcy of England, who made a big hit a he church's forum in January, will return to The Congre national Church, 3212 E. Eighth St., Thursday at 8 p.m peaking on "Psychic Unfoldment" . . . First copy of th iook "Monganga Paul" written by Lois Carlson, widow c he martyred missionary Dr. Paul Carlson, will be presenter Sunday, 11 a.m. to Rolling Hills Covenant, 2221 Palos Ve des Drive North. Monganga means doctor in the Linga anguage. The book, on sale next week, has been chose Book of the Month for May by the Christian Herald Boo :iub Garden Grove Community, 12141 Lewis St., wi KTHUSTMI ·PTLHAUS OUR NEW AGE TOOAYfe i EXPERIMENT ' IrlrTAUTTLEPIECEOF I DRY ICE IN A BALIOON t AND TIE THE NECK! THE i BALLOON WILL BE AUTO- MATICAUY INFLATED, i BUT; WON'T FLOM... PHAFF--Evelyn, 82, of I68i E. 68th St., died Friday. Sur- 1 iving are daughter, Mrs. Lea Connor; two brothers, five isters. Service Monday, 10:30 m., Patterson S n l v c l y Vlortuary. ...CARBON WOXIOtS GAS, HEfMEA THAN AIR, ICE WARMS AHO Ct If* fWO SMS iresent Los Cancioneros, popular South Bay Chorale, in -enten concert Sunday, 7 p.m., with Mary Ellen Barnes a soprano soloist. Performance is free at the drive-in church. * * * * A "New Life Crusade" at First Southern Baptist of Lakewood, 6540 E. Del Amo Blvd.. Sunday through March 20, with services at 7:30 p.m., will feature Rev. W. A. Burkey, missionary of Los Angeles Southern Baptist Assn., composed of 70 churches Rev. Harris E. Heverly of Denver, financial expert of the United Church of Christ, will spend the week with Woodruff United Church of Christ, 3908 Woodruff Ave., with funds raised used to reduce the :hurch debt. . . . "The Restless Ones," Billy Graham movie about young people, will show Wednesday through March 20 at Bateman Ball, 11331 Ernestine Ave., in Lynwood Civic Center. . . . THE CHAPEL OF PEACE M7 R.donAi Tel. Paslor, Rev. Nina Van Hevnlnoen SUNDAY: 7:30 P.M. RFV. VAN HLYNINGEN Thws., 7:33 P.M.--AII Messace Service l-:People'« Church : 1011 E. Broadway ; .;SUNDAY 2 P.M. ' Rev. Edith M. Miles Solrttuil GrHims! U5-IMO Rev. E. W. NUM. Palter TEMPLE OF CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY · 11B5 Raymond Ave. - SUNDAY -- 2 P.M. Rev. Catherine) MdGuire Thun., * P.«.-Mt5U» Strvlce R«v. U!i RedUlg, P«lor GE t-3316 The Harmonyaircs Quartet of Barstow will sing in three services Sunday, Central Baptist, 737 Magnolia Ave., at 11 a.m.; the chapel service on the U.S.S. Henerson, Terminal Island Navy Base, at 1:30, and Wilmington Southern Baptlsl Mission, I260'Broad St., at 7:30 p.m. .". . First in a series of lectures by the University Interfaith Foundation of UC Irvine will feature Dr. George A. Buttrick, former professor of Christian ethics at Harvard, now of Garrett Theologica" Seminary, Sunday, 7:30 p.m., in room 1140 of the natural science building, speaking on "Science and Religion" . . . {* Dr. David Lieber, president of the University of Judaism, will be principle speaker Sunday afternoon at dedication ceremonies for new facilities of Temple Sinai, Seventh Street and Molino Avenue .. . James C. Graves o f . the Southern Baptist General Convention of California will lead revival services Sunday through March 20 at Keystone Baptist, 435 W. 220th St., Torrance, 7:30 week nights, 10:50 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, with gospel singing each service. Long Beach Church of 1 ~ RELIGIOUS SCIENCE An Affiliated Chwch of the Church of Relldloui Science, Ernest Holme,, Fcundw : ,r CREST THEATRE 4275 ATLANTIC' 4 Sunday Servics -- 10:45 A.M. - "MENTAL SPRING CLEANING" Dr. DON BERTHEAU, Minister · Sunday School and Nursery-- 10:30 A.M. at '1^: CHURCH HEADQUARTERS -- 505 E. 36ih St. Death Notices LAMPLEY (La Mlrada) -Charles E., 46, service station iwner, of 13030 Clearwood Ave., died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Marian; sons, Michael, Anthony; sisters, Mrs. Catherine Peterson, Mrs. Audrey De Shazo, Mrs. Betty .egg, Jackie Lampley. Rosary Sunday, 7 p.m., Chapel of lemories, Norwalk. Requiem Mass Monday, 8 a.m., St. Paul of the Cross Church. DUNN -- Warren M,, 61, painter, of 3134 Coolidge St., died Friday. Surviving are wife, Cclcstine; sons, Warren Richard, Dennis; daughter, Mrs. Sheryl Smith; brother. John. Service Tuesday, 2 p.m.. Paramount Mortuary. · Ltgil Nolle. LONGSTAFF -- G r o v e r Cleveland, 73, of 3-124 Bellflower Blvd., died Thursday. Surviving are wife, Kathleen; sons, John, Calvin, Harold, Phillip; daughter, Mrs. Mary Prcble; sisters, Mrs. Amelia Dungan, Mrs. Maude Plum mcr, Mrs. Elizabeth Dandru- and. Graveside service today, 3 p.m., Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary. INDEPENDENT--pagt A-13 n stitk, calif, !«.. Mirui a itu 124113 C E R T I F I C A T E OF BUSINESS, F I C T I T I O U S N A M E -_ Tne undersigned doej ce i conducling a buiiness TevU Ave.. Long Beteh. Cl . , uuder Die fictitious firm nanit '01^ LOS ALTOS POON SERVICE "P. and that iald f i r m Is compofcd o f the following per/on, whosei/jain). In Cull and place of residenct;tlli -jiiowj: n-;.~Albert C. Garcln. 1320 Tevli Ave., LOUR Beach. Calif. ·-·/ Dllert J a n u a r y 17. 1M6. v AI.UERT C. liARCU' Stale of California. if Los Angelea County: On January 17, I K S , befort me. Notary Public In and for said Slle. personally appeared Albert, C. Garcia, known lo in* lo be ^ " person *'hOde name la subscf! to the wllhln liulruinent and Xnowlgdged he executed the s RUTH C. PARKS. (SEAL) .Notary Public Veb. :6. M»r. 5. 12. 13. MEYER--William Rudolph, 75, retired machinist, of 34C Euclid Ave., died Thursday, iurvivlng is son, Robert W. Service Sunday, 2 p.m. Motell's Mortuary. Better Released Time Books in Preparation Major Protestant denomi nations have launched a join ifforl to improve the religion raining offered to publi' chool children in weckda; released time" classes. T h e i r publishing houses vill cooperate in bringing out a whole series of new text- ooks and other teaching ma- erials to be used in weekday religious education for all age .roups, including high school. The new materials will be aimed at helping students to relate their public school studies to their Christian aith, so that religion be comes, instead of an extra 'subject" tacked on to the public school curriculum, a perspective from which al! Knowledge is viewed. At least 10 denominations will participate in the project, under the aegis of the Christian Education Division of the National Council ol Churches. The new materials are already in preparation but they probably won't be ready for publjcation unti about 1969. La MARK ( N o r w a l k ) -diaries J., GO. owner of La Mark Motel, of 11632 Imperial Highway, died Thursday. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Bidal, Mrs. Marie Allison; brother, Anthony; sisters, Mrs. Jaye Coffaro, Mrs. Lucy Calla. Rosary Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Coleman Mortuary, La H a b r a. Requiem Mass Monday, 9 a.m., Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, La Habra. Paramount Mortuary in charge. IIEIGL (Lynwood) -- Mrs. Minnie, 81, of 11455 Copeland St., died Thursday. Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Mary Simms, Mrs. Kalherine Scheid. Rosary Sunday, 8 p.m.. Requiem Mass Monday, 9 a.m., both in Our Lady of the Rosary C h u r c h , Paramount. Paramount Mortuary in charge. HULBERT--Frank C., 71 manager of Sand Sea Motel, of 1744 E. Ocean Blvd., died Friday. Surviving are son, Robert; daughters, Mrs 'ranees Kiefer, Mrs. Lois Chapman, Mrs. Dorothy Ap lelt; brother, Henry. Service oday, 3 p.m., Forest Lawn Cypress. Rev. Albert Cohen, who served C o n g r e g a t i o n a l churches in Ohio for 10 years, and is now campus minister' at Cal State, Fullerton, will show and comment on the film "Division in His House" Sunday, 10:30 a.m. at Unitarian Church of Orange County, 1120 W. Santa Ana St., Anaheim. Film deals with ministerial involvement with the Delano Grape strike, giving MATTHEWS 'Sermon In Song' Washington, D.C. next week. Guests tonight include Rev. Stephen Fritchman of 1st Unitarian of Los Angeles, and Carl Oglesby, national president of Students for a Democratic Society . . . It'll be PRAYER AND BIBLE CONFERENCE 14 Churches -- Section *3 -- Los Angelei Aroa WESTERN DISTRICT OF UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 3 Glorious Oavi -- M'rcri 17- ISih- Wti 9:00 11:00 A.M.-- Prayer and Devotion Each Morning 11:00-12:00 A.M. -- Dsparlmenlftl Presentations 2:00 4:00 P.M.-- Bibla Sludy by DHL Supl. Paul Price *6:00 P.M. -- SINGSPIRAT1ON -- Choirs -- Musical Groups 7:00 P.M.-- Evening Service -- Noted SpeaUri APOSTOLIC NEAS ME TABERNACLE i. Ninth Lims -- Long Beach SPIRITUAL SCIENCE CHURCH I.G.A.S. Charter 126 5856 Orange Ave. Rev. Mary C. Pirile. Founder-- Rev. Clyde J. Metz, Pastor Sunday, 7:30 P.M.-- Hesling-Worship-Messages Thursday, 7:30 P.M.-- Healing-Messags Circles PLAROMA BIBLE FELLOWSHIP, Inc. and those who oppose it . . . Same Unitarian church holds und raising dinner tonight, i:30, to finance trip of Rev. youth day services 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday at First Southern Baptist of Los Ala- iews of those who support mitos-Rossmoor, 3272 Sheake- speare Drive, Rossmoor, with youth preachers, song leaders, testimonies . . . The Male Quartet of Westmont College 'aul Kiilinger to Interreli-la.m. at Bellflower Baptist ;ious Peace Conference i n l 17456 Downey Ave. RELIGIOUS 'SUMMIT' MEET IN CAPITAL Unllttf Pr«si Intern a Kon a I Brown AID Chief to Review Chile Economy WASHINGTON (UPI) -Gov. Edmund Brown of Call fornia will meet David Bel Administrator of the Agency for International D e v e l o p ment (AID) Monday to reviev Chilean economic and socia levolonment. An AID spokesman sail 3rown was interested in th Chile-California program n echnical cooperation whic! developed from a suggcstio: .o the governor by the lat 'resident Kennedy. It is th irst time a state has been d rectly involved in U.S. foreig aid, the spokesman said. 4 Churches OKrI for World Council Applications for membe ship in the World Council ( Churches from four Churche in Europe, Africa and Sout America were approved b the Council's Central Com mittee. Seeking full memb status a r e t h e O r t h o d o Church of Czechoslovak! with 400,000 members; tl United Church of Zambi with 30,000 members; th More than 500 leaders of| all major faiths will meet in he nation's capital Tuesday right to intervene in another through Thursday for a reli- ;ious summit conference on world peace. Inevitably, they will talk nist China; when, where am how a nation has a moral country's internal troubles; the changes that seem to be taking place in Soviet Russia; and the responsibilities of Malagasy Lutheran Churc with 252,000 members an The Episcopal Church Brazil, with 40,000 member about Viet Nam. But this is advanced nations to help cope not a protest rally. Nor will with the growing food crisis (he discussions be focusediin undeveloped countries. SELF-REALIZATION FELLOWSHIP Church of All Raltigioni The Tochlnoj el YM «"'·'"« 430 E. Ocean Blvd., Una Ecd Br. Doru'4 -IN GOD IS ALL HAPPINESS" U A. M. _ THURSDAY, I P. ^.-OEVOTIOHAL SERVICE narrowly on the immediate crisis in Southeast Asia. "What we hope 'to do," says Catholic Bishop John J. Wright of Pittsburgh, one of the co-chairman, "is to work out an American religious ooanMld* Founder In drawing up the roster of invited participants, conference leaders sought fo include representatives nf all responsible viewpoints in the religious community, from pacifists to "hard-liners." The participants will speak for PARKER--Etta, 80, retired gistered nurse, of San Jose, rmerly of Long Beach, died Yursday. Surviving is sister, rs. Alice M. Ross. Service onday, 3 ortuary. p.m., Mottell's ARNOLD--Irene, 72, of 843 agnolia Ave., died Thurs- iy. Surviving are husband eonard Marks, Mrs. Charles dwin M.; daughters, Mrs aden, Mrs. Walter Bryts ster, Mrs. Mayme More- TUKB. Service Monday, 4 in., Mottell's Mortuary. GARPEMTER--Donald Ray 18, owner of gunile company formerly of Compton, dice W e d n e s d a y I n Escondido Surviving are wife, Dalla? son, Donald; daughter, Terr L.; mother, Mrs. Josephini Carpenter; brothers, Pau Robert; sisters, Mrs. Virgin! Yeoman, Mrs. Edith Telle chea, Mrs. Barbara Purmort Service Monday, 11 a.m., For est Lawn, Cypress. WALSH -- Alfred William, , retired telegraph opera- ir, of 708 E. Third St., died lursday. Surviving are wife, velyn M.; sons, Alfred. W '., Geoffrey I-.; daughters rs. Margaret Mellen, Mrs. arbara Sexton; sister, Mrs. oris Body. Service Sunday, :30 p.m., Mottell's Mortuary. RICHTER -- Guy, 80, wa ticket agent 48 years fo Southern Pacific RR, former ly of Long Beach, died Fri day in Los Angeles, Survivin are stepson, Klaytan Kirby sister, Mrs. Phil Davis. Sei vice Monday, 3 p.m., Fores Lawn, Cypress. ALDRICH--Meda Lucy, 78, f 250 Kennebec Ave., died ucsday. Surviving are broth- Frank E. Kane; sister, rlrs. Louise Ciodfelter. Serice today, 1 p.m., Mottelt's /lortuary. FINCH (La Mlrada)--Sleph n Dennis, 18, of 14747 Cross vood Road, died Thursday, urviving are parents, Mr. nd Mrs. W. Finch; brothers, *owell, Norman. Service tn- ay, 1 p.m., United Presby- erian C h u r c h . Paramount dortuary in charge. LOPEZ (Paramount) -- Es- nivel, 73, of 15340 Minneso- a Ave., died Friday. Surviy- ng are wife, Frances; daugh- Mrs. Pauline Garcia Ruth Torrez, Inez Lo- KASSER--Kimberly, i n f a n daughter of Mr. and Mr Robert Kasser, of 121fi 59th St., died Friday. Als surviving are brother, Gre ory Hodge; sisters, Fame and Donna Hodge; grandpa ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thonu McHutchion, Mrs. W. C. Du can. Service Sunday, 2 p.n Hunter Mortuary. STRICKLAND --Louis E' gene, 69, of 680 Orizaba Ave died Wednesday. Survivin tre wife, Nilea; son, Lyn sister, Mrs. Madeline Lundi Service Monday, 2 p.m., Wes minster Memorial Park Mo tuary. crs, VJrs. ez; sister, Mrs. Atanacia Lo- ez. Rosary Sunday, 7 p.m., 'aramount Mortuary. Requiem Mass Monday, 11 a.m., 3ur Lady of the R n s a r y Church. MOREE--Orb F.,77,retin farmer, of 325 W. 10th S died Friday. Surviving a wife, Minnie; daughters, Mr Mildred Schuz, Mrs. Dor Bale, brothers, Wesley, Edga sister, Mrs. Mary Heartwe Service Monday, ,11:30 a.m Dilday Family Funeral Dire tors. -, E R T I F I C A T E OF BUS] N Ell, )F I C T I T I O U S N A M E t o - w W : 'he undeMlKucrl rlo certify-'tbey-. ronducUDK A burlneu at I13J 1'Jlh Slreei, Lxnjr, Bench. Can- nUt. nml'T the liclltious f i l m r[ S P U B L I S H I N G COMPANY il B*M f i r m Is composed of e following penmiiA wnosd rmmeA full inn: placos of resident* ara f o l l o w i : '. ; t ihnron Clayton Htt E. Sl'l reel. Long hrai-Ji raJUornla- ·Iinilc» U. Clnylon, Uii K. 2ljl rwl. l.ons Heacli. California, eil Keoruarj- IS. 19|W. ' SillAHO.N CLAYTON CHAHUS C. C L A Y T O N of ( t n l l l u r n l n , Angeled C u u n l y : ? ' * ' un h obruary Is. 1M6. beio'l* irie. .\olarj- ^uutlc In ar.d for *atd le, personally aupedred Sharon ayloti and uharira C. Clayton \gwn lo me lo be the ntrtotia luae naniea are lubscrliMd to « within Instrument and ackiion-l- ged Iriey cxeculeil the lain*. RUTH C. I'ArtKS (SKAL) Noiary 1'ubllc , eb. 19, '26 Mar. S. la, 19ifi l i t ) (.HI OTICE OF PU3LIC HEARING -A D V E R T I S I N G S I Q N A iniunc hearing on requeL-lo mail, maintain utid oper.Ue- An ad* nding sign approximately - l.fl) inure leet jier face, to Identity-ine " nnchcir* Domu HauitR DII i n n . ' muiwFjjt coiner of Blrxinifleld *mt entrAlla, a i:-:i zone, LaKeumMi, 111 la held TliurdAy, iM^irn J4. ' Stiii, nt S i'.M. In lite Council tjhitm- «M, 0050 Clark Atenne, Likewoofl. ukti u-allinnnv lor or agalnnt 111* ropoacd ' S i g n . Hi' I.-W. ·' ' ' J. J. JOIIOVICH. SH.. Clialinnil 1'AT aKAKHAln'. .Secretary lib. Mar. I*. 1'Jot (ID--L.H.I. · NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP labile notice i» hereby given that /. bralli. and Edwin Howard, hcrc- iforu doing business under thd lie-.. tioiia f i r m name anil jlyle- of iownrd Construction Co., *l r30' crievi Walk, City ot Loilf Hcach,- ounty of Los Aniclei. Sla(e'~of alitorala, did on lha 9th d*y- ol latch, 191)6, by mutual consent,' dls- £lve the aald partnership and terpil- ate t h e i r relations as partners licrcln. ' " Bald business In the f u l u r a wlll ; b«-. onducled by no one. i*urtli£r notice Is hereby civeri hat the undersigned will nol be re- IH»ibIble, from this day on, for any ullgnllons Incurred by Kdwln How: aid in Ills OM'n nnme nr In the nanl! f the firm. DATKO AT 1.0111! Beach. CaJUor- lln. inl» l l l l l day n( ilircll, 1'JbG. WM. BRATH ,'uli. Mar. 12, 1966 ( I D -- Uli.t, N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C E Notice Is hereby given by tha undersigned Robert O. Maiuglln. jr., formerly residing · ' · r *" " Bird. ~ Lnkewood 1 13410' So. · Space 39, Bellflower. CaiYlorrila,~'llliu afier.i liw dale, of March 10, 1K6, ha will nol be responsible for any debls, liabilities, or obligations Incurred by any persons other than himself. IJrUcil .March 5.' I9S8. - " (Signed) . , . , . . UOUBRT 0. ilAOUGUN. SR. Pub. M n r c h ' l l . 13. », IMS CUllBl N O N . R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE .Notice la hereby plven by''the, undersigned Oiarlvs Ellison, reaid-. rig al a737 Romona St., Bellflower/' California, thai after tlie date- of Jlircli 10, 19ES. he will nol be rt- !l»naLblB for any debts, liabilities, or obllgallunft Incurred by any per- lons otlif-r limn himself. - '' Dalrd March 9. 1156. .:'li - . (Signed) CHARLES KLLISON Pill). March I t . U. 14, 1065 3l)LB[ N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y NOTICE Notice Ls hereby given by'"lha undersigned Sylvester Do'jglai. residing at 164 E. IHth Street, Wilmington. California, thai a f t e r th« bate of March 10. 1968. ha will-not be responsible for any debts, lla-' bILIUe.i. or obllgillons Incurred by any ier5ons other than h l n i a e l f . i Dated: March 10. 1CM. j [; \ (Slsnedl SYfweSTBn DOUGLAS. uh. March II. 12. 14, 1968 ( N O N . R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C E Notice Is hereby liven by the un- , deralgned. Gra« reby live ice Eileen Chrlstennen. R E Y N O L D S -- Margaret I.nuella, 92, of 6234 Harvey Way, Lakewood, died Thursday. S u r v i v i n g a r e daughter, SprenUll. residing al 136 E. Del Amo Blvd., l^ing Bearh. California, thai after Hie date of March 11, 1965. she will nnt be responsible for any drbtf, labilities or obligations incurred by any person other than herself. Dated: March 10. 1956 Signed/ G R A C E EILEEN CHRISTE^SEN' Puh March I I . 11 M, 1566, (H) ,.K.L "·· ' M r s . Margaret Requiem M a s s Monday, 10 a.m., St. Maria Goretti Church, Long Beach. Lakcwood Mortuary in charge Lady Bird Visits, Demo a-Go-Go, Buys Own Pholo WASHINGTON M)--Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson appeared briefly Friday night at a big mother, Mrs. Maude M. Hurst drrslgned Alfred J. Gil KUHR--Bessie A., 58, nf 2833 E..15th St., died Wedncs day. Surviving are sons, Alvin P., Ronald A., Walter M.; consensus on some of theithemselves, and not for their basic issues of foreign policy organizations, which confront our nation today." Among other things, the religious leaders will discuss U.S. relations with Commu- Growth Reported ANDERSON, IND. -- The Church of God reports a 16% membership increase in the Colonial Taberno4Je 1901 C.. ANAHEIM REV. J. MRS. ORVEL TAYLOR TKE S,C scrvkti wednunav and Friday, J:M P.M. United States and Canada during the past decade while growth jumped 12% in other countries. The Church of God lists 2,3-iS churches in this country and Canada and 985 in some 40 other geographical locations of the world. New Ghana Order,' 500,000 Bibles The African Republic Ghana, whose leftist Pre dent Nkrumah was deposed in a recent coup, has ordered 500,000 Bihles from (he American Bible Society. It's the largest single order ever received by the 150-year- old society which distributes scriptures around the world at below-cost prices. The Bibles for Ghana will be printed in six languages. They will be used in schools to teach children lo read. Ghana is paying two-thirds of the publishing cost and the Bible society is underwriting the rest. political fund-raising party called Democrats A-Go-Go, and bought a souvenir photograph of herself for $1. The First Lady spent only a half-hour and explained to officials of the sponsoring Women's. National D e m o - Service Monday, 10 a.m., B. W. Coon Funeral Home. HAYFIELD--Ruth McLean 74, of 213 Belmont Ave., died Thursday. Surviving are son Walter R.; daughter, Marga ret Hayfield; brother, Joseph S. McLean. Service in Spo cratic Club that she had.kane, Wash. B. W. Coon t-'u people at the While Housei n eral Home in charge. she hacf to get back to. She looked in on the festive regency room of the Shnre- ham Hoi el, where a buffet dinner and show was part nf the evening's entertainment and said: "It looks like it's going to e a gay evening." N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C E Nutlet U hereby liven by lh» un n by Ihi lardf reil Wins al I9S3 Oregon. !*Gng Beach. -C«- ornla. thai after the date of March I. IOCS, lie will not be responsible or any dobts, liabilities, nr obllga- lonn Incurred by any persons other U.ucd: March S. I36«. A J ' P K K D J. f i l f . I'llh. Mar. 10, 11. 12. 196S HI) t,.B I. N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L I T V NOTICE Notice la hereby given by the undersigned, Herman Moreno Jr.".1 residing at 1115 E. Opp. Wilmington. t h a i ' after the dais ilarch 11. 1966 he will not be re- ?nlifornia for any debu. lltblllllTM, nr obligations Incurred by any persons otner t h a n himself. Daled: March 10. U36 Sleried/HBRMAN' MORENO JP.. Pub. Mar. II, 13. H. 13S6 111) L.B.[. THERE'S a supermarket of values waiting for you every day in the Classified Section It's fun to shop this easy time and money-saving way iTurn back now. B U S K E R (Bellflower) -Philip. 07, retired farmer, nf 15706 Ryon St., died Wednesday. Surviving are son, Philip F-.; daughter, Mrs. Mary M. Spillcr; s i s t e r , Mrs. Mary Parks. S e r v i c e today, 11 a.m., Bellflower Mortuary. N O N . R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C E Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, Francis A. Lord Jr.. residing al 6575 Gundry Avf.. txng Beach California. Dial after th« date of March 10. 1564 he will not be responsible for any debt*, liabilities, or oblljlationi Incurred by any n-r.'ins other than himself. SlKn^rl/KRAXCIS A. LORD JR. Daled March 9. 196* Pilh Mar. 10. 11. 12. 18M (311 I- B.J. NON-'RESPONSI BILITV NOTICE Notice Is hereby g l r e n by I h e u n - rlrrsl^ncd Rayjwnde He^brard Bo^er sne in^ is at 55'1 SI. Irirro Wali . fi»arli. California. 5OW3. that a f t e r t h e date of March «. 1W. "· w i l l nol be responsible for any d e b t s . llaHlltles. or obligation,* Incurred by any per: llian . DAteil March 7. 19^6. Signed RAYMON'DE p f l Y K R Pub. Mar 10. I I . 13. I3«« (3D '· B.I. COMPLETE FUNERALS From 8120 MAUSOLEUM CKYITS Htm $4M |I?0imutBt?r fcrnnrial f ark Mortuary --· Cemetery EyeryrHdf Ttgirt'tr In Out ItorjflM flic* 11801 BEACH BLVD., UKSTMINSTER GKneva 1-BS17--TVVInoaks 3-irjl--.JKfferson I - I W S

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