Independent from Long Beach, California on January 22, 1975 · Page 27
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High will put its*ootball fortunes in the V hands of a veteran coach., ' . j 'JEom .Wright, defensive: cooordinator at Neff High'. f « sjnpe 1968 i was hired to ,',, ,,; -replace Pat - MeSherry," ^Hwno resigned in Novem- ;»r,. aW.right, along with Hank Frese, was respon- . , si,ble for molding one of , "j. .the-finest defensive units .J'-ip-jthe'CIF. this season. i^ifJeff won the 2-A title, its :.,;,fVjjt, and the ^Trojan de- V, ,fense set a GIF single-sea- V.".son interception, record. Neff blanked six foes, two »j.. in-the playoffs. ;,.' ;.Wright's former boss, A Stan Thomas,; head coach _.,, at Neff, was happy for his '·^ assistant. .' ' ",.' ,i;' ! I'm happy for Tom, /'·-'.it -s' an opportunity to , move lip and he's very vi,deserving of the job,," ',,· Thomas said. "But I hate ',';.; to, lose him. He's done a '. great job." · . . . ',-,, .--Wright was elated with , ' r Uje.head coaching job. /.; .;,"I'm very pleased and - ; :/., jut-prised," he -said. "It's High tabs IVeff s Wright the best.jpb I've interviewed for, and I'm glad 1 got the position." . .Wright a l r e a d y V h a s found a head position can create .some problems never, encountered as an assistant. : ;. '. "It's a new world," said. Wright. "It's ; a n e w The most difficult aspect of a new coach is the personnel he will work long hours with. "Gerritps has a lot of fine people oh its staff and I know several oi the guys. I know them f r o m ; competition and they are enthusias-' tic.": . . ' : . . . . ' -: 1 . · GARY ELLIS league (Cerritos moves to the San , Gabriel Valley League next season, replacing Excelsior) and a new school. I don't know .any of the schools we'll be competing, against but I do know Cerritos won the sophomore title with an 81 record. Cerritos b e a t Neff : and it was Neff's toughest sophomore game. "I'll have to be careful of shouting, 'let's go Trojans!'," Wright: said,, laughing." IT'S NOT OVER: Para- mount.High has. found the early going San Gabriel Valley Lea'gue rough. The Pirates, consensus 'to win the league title for the third consecutive year, are.tied ;for' last place with a 1-3 mark. The three losses equaled Para : .' mount's;' league loss record'the past two sea' sons. ' , ' ' " . ' "I really can't' explain it," said coach Bob Rittenger. "We're playing hard but not with as much intensity. 1 think now w£T : can play a little more; relaxed." . Paramount may have suffered from its lofty standings and early CIF ca^e ratings. The Pirates ' were No. 5 ranked enter- ihg league with a 10-1 record. "Everyone's after us," said Ritlenger. "When we played La Mirada, it was fired up especially since we have dominated that school for the past two seasons. We' can't expect to get fired up every game." : Rittenger, a coach who expected to' win the league, has been doing some devaluating. "I keep wondering why," he: said. ·"! don't really know what we can do different-: ly. We just can't blow teams out after getting a lead." ODDS AN ENDS: Cerritos College g r a d s R a n d y Small (Mayfair) and Phil Weinbcrg (Bellflower) are s t a r t i n g guards for the University of . A l a s k a . W e i n b e r g , voted team captain, is 'averaging 7.2 (47.4 pet.) points a start while Small is scoring 10 (60.7 pet.) a start. In case you're wondering about the Fair- b a n k s weather, it was minus 57 degrees in early January , : . .Excelsior. High suffered the effects of its. recent road 'trip. Several o f : the players were sick in Wednesday's loss and the coach, Dick Dyer, was ill Thursday . . . Bakersfield's W a y n e Smith m a y have set a technical foul' r e c o r d . Smith was slapped with eight 'Ts' when ejected f r o m . t h e Bakersfield- Pierce game for arguing with the ref. Bakersfield, which was leading 18-12, found itself down 20-18 after the free, throws and lost the game, 68-65 . . . Cerritos High's Darren" Hall and Ben Hbwland enjoyed t r e m e n d o u s games last week. In two starts, Hall scored 41 points and collected 25 rebounds w h i l e Howland sank 39 points. NOW Polyglas Whitewalls at $ %75to $ 14.45offnow though Saturday. i · · · . · . . Regwlar^TTS A78-13 plus $1.77 F.E.T. and tire.of your can Custom Power Cushion Polyglas This is America's largest selling tire - for lots of good reasons. Resilient polyester cord .body f o r ; smooth-riding comfort. Tread-firming fiberglass belts for road-holding traction. A use-proved tread design that really, delivers on mileage..This is a lire featured on many of the 1.975 model cars,' · For t h r e e days only, Pclyglas w h i t e w a l l s are : special priced at 25%, off. Save now through Saturday. . ' · Whitewalls SIZE D78-14 · F78-14 ' G78-14 . , G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 REG. . 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GOODYEAR 6 Ways to Pay at Goodyear » Our Own Customer Credit Plan · Master Charge · BankAmerlcard · American Express Money Card · Carle Blanche · Diners Club Priced as Shown at Goodyear Service Stores. Competitively Priced at Goodyear Dealers Listed Displaying Gcodyear Sign THERE'S A GOODYEAR RETAIL OUTLET NEAR YOU LONG BEACH 1100 BIOONOO 413 OTJ6 Of** 8 30 5 10 Sol » 3 0 5 LONG BEACH 795 long It0(h ftlvd 43?I90J of 775-1881 Mo* ItMJ III 8 30 5 JO Sol : ; 8:305 CARSON 744 E 'Oomiigvti ' ..JM.30JO MOM *n THxt. Sol. 1 00-5 LONG BEACH tat Allot Cen'rr Mon Fi, 8. 306 So 0.4 ARTESIA 1870! Pxmri 81.rl 8 3 0 - 5 3 0 Sal. 1J JOO BEUFLOWER 17640 ftf' C.d rn M.Ti f n Sot 6-4 COMPTON 1M N lotg Bejch SI.J Mon ' tfi 9 3 0 6 Sol lii i FEDERSEN TIRE CO, NORTH IONO IIACH Paramount or A* I*to Ml ft i 08 Mon. lt*u M. 8 30-530 · S o f - 9 - 1 ^ 9., OAKDINA I7I1SS. Wtiwn Ihru ( TIRE 00. SEAL K E A C H 1000 Ptcllic Cll. Mw». 131 54U Oet^ v^ 5|i II !.« M LAKEWOOO , ( 6 0 0 $31 8 4 30 TIRE CO, IONO IIACH LOMITA 77S 7«S» o. 5H-OSO? TORRANCE 7 7 i J » 8 S oi In 8 5 3 0 Snl 'fl · , WILMINGTON '701 N A.o'ol 03!) 719: i. Mor th'u ) ' . 8 .10 S 30 5oi».Jfi, i.l I 00 DnrliS IONO BIACH 5EUKEY OAtOIN OROVI III. Ml I»4 41!) 137 1060 M»..Fl!.l:H.):M til. HI Al«o available o» most Arco 4 Texoto Statlont Displaying th« Ooodyear Sign Albarudo loses title to Wajiina ;. TOKYO (API - Japan's Koidii AVajima lurned on the power and outslugged O^C'ir i S l l O t g U i i ; A i b S i ' d t l O of Los Angeles, regaining t h e world junior middleweight championship with a unanimous 1 5 - r o u n d decision Tuesday night. The victory, Wajima's ,'!0lh against three losses and one draw, enabled the 31-year-old former truck driver to regain the title he had lost/to the 25-year- old Albarado on a loth- round knockout last June. The setback was the seventh against 52 victories a n d o n e draw f o r . . t h e hard-punching American, who was m a k i n g his second title defense. A m e r i c a n referee Dick Young scored, the fight 6967 in favor of Wajima. Judge Joe. Olmos of the U n i t e d States, h a d t h e .Japanese fighter in front 70-69 .and Japanese'judge Takeaki Kanaya scored it 7-1-68. The Associated Press had Wajima the winner 73-67. "I thought I won the light," said Albarado. "I thought it was a close light and I- fought well, but it wasn't my best. I have no excuses for losing. He hit harder and stronger. A couple of his punches'hurt me.". UCLA hosts volleyball Three Long B e a c h learns are a m o n g 13 entries in Saturday's Double A men's volleyball tournament at UCLA. Long Beach State, Long Beach City College and Ski M a r t of B e l m o n t Shore will compete along with UCLA, San Diego State, USC. and Pepperdine. Eighteen teams will vie in the Single A event at Santa Monica City College. UC Santa Barbara defeated Pcpperdine, 11-8, 13-11, to win the USC Invi- t a t i o n a l . Long Beach State finished third while LBCC was fifth: Loyola won the Single A tournament, at El Camino College, s u b d u i n g Santa Monica CC, 15-11, in the finals. Opal's 'Beach Hutt of Long Beach wound up third. I'l'DLICXOTICIJ PUBLIC NOTICE NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE . Xolk't; is hereby given by tin- under- signl-d Agiishi H. V;itighn residing al 32K1 K. Artcsia Blvd. #1-1, Long Bench, California, that nflcr the date of Dm'mbvr 27.,191-1 she will not be responsible for any tk-bls.. liabilities, or obligations incurred by any persons other thiui'hmdf. Dated Janmiry 10. IU7.Y AGUSTA H. VAUGHN Pub.,Inn. ^0. 21.22,1975 (311 LBI NON-RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE Notice IP hereby civen by the undersigned .lanet E. Dunuvan rt-jiidins al -Hi K. :7th St.. Long Bi-ach. Califr.nii;i, that a f l i ' r the (tali- of .lanuary 2U; 1975 she will rtoi he ri^ponsitoli' fur any debts, liabilities or obligations incurred by any persons other lhail herself. Dated Jan, Hi. 1975. .JANET E. DONOVAN Pub. Jan. 20, 21. 22. 1075(31) LBI NOVUESI'ONSIHILITV NOTICE Notice ·!« herebv given hv the undersigned WILLIAM \l KLL1S" abiding liilfil Cynliiia Drive, Westminster, California, that after the- date of January 22, 1^75, he will not be responsible for any rtt'bis. liabilities, or obligations incurred by any persons other (ban bimsdf. Dalwl: January 21. 197T ( . " WILLIAM H. ELLIS Pub. Jan. 22.21.24. 1973 Ui LBI NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Jan. 16, 1975 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Subject to issuance of the license applied (or, notice is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sol! alcoholic beverages ;it iht pa-mists, described as follows; ijivil A t l a n t i c Avenue- Unu Beach Piu-Mianl to such intention, tlv niider- sicned is applying to the Depart tru'-nt of Alcoholic Beverage Control for issuance of an alcoholic be\erage license for Ihesi pa-mist-i as follows: On-Sale Beer t Wine Bfiiia Fide Eating Place Al'KORA A. PEDRO V1U.EGAS I'ub. .Jan. 2 2 . 1 9 7 5 ( l t l . B I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENCAGE IN THE SALE OF AI-COHOLIC BEVKRAGKS J a n u a r y 6,11*75 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Subject to issuance of the licence applied f o r , notice is hereby m \ e n lh:il the uiHitTiisnt-d proposes lo sell alcoholic bt^err^es in thv pR-mUrs. described a: followt,: Uiiu; Ileai-h Empress :«4 Gulden SWt-i Mnfjnolin N a v y Landing, IJOIIR Bencli Pursuant to Mich intention, the under sitni'ii is ,'ippl^ini; to "the Donartmtnt o Alcoholic Bevur;if;c Control tor issuano df an alcoholic bt-vcTagt licensi' for lh premises, a, follows: O n S a U - G i m - r a l B«at BAItBAKA 0. i R I C H A H D J . n ' S I M A N O Pub Jan. 22. l'J7". l l t LBI NOTICE OK INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE S All; OF AlfOllOUCBKVKKACiKS .January '"·, I'.'T T O W H O M I T M A Y C O N C K R N : Suhjet-1 to i^uaiur of ihr- liu ihr uniiiTsii;nrd propose to M-ll alcuhnli . Pui'Miaiil lo snph intenttui), the unite M^icd is -HHtbluu tit the l)e{tarlnU'iil Alcutuillr Bi'Verayc Cdiitnil fnr (»( an akiihulic ta-vcraKe lu-i-nw lor the pn-niiM-s ,»s follows: OR S^l" rt-n'T··! Bor-i I»AUHAil/U). * KiniAITOJ. CIS1MASO Pub Jan 22.) NON-KESHOXSIBILITY NOTICE Notice U hereby given by Ore under- siCiied SCOTT STKVEN HKKT residing i'l 1715 Oii'rtj Aw., Apt.- 5. bung Beach. California, thai alter Ihe dale ot January 22.1976. he will not be. responsible, lor any drills, liabilities, or obligations liKurral ))j any persons other than himself. Dated: Januarj' 20,1975. SCOTT STEVEN IIF.IIT 1'llb. Jan. 22, M. 2^. 1075 fill I.BI NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby 'given that under and le undersigned Mrs. Karl Breninan, 36K luff Place. San Pedro. California, will ell at public auction at said 17-10 Sherlan Place, al 10 o'clock A.M. on the 12th ay of February, 1075. Ihe following de- cribrtl personal property or so much tereof as may be necessarv to satisfy a en due the 'undersigned for rent and K'idcnliils incurred at said 17-10 Sherman lace, toother wild costs of advertising nd expenses of sale: ' Miscellaneous .furnishings owned by; Tim Bolsimp. Dated this I3ih"day,of January, 19*5, ·MRS. EAKLBRENNAN lib . J a n . 15. 22. 29, Feb. 5.11*75 4t) LBI NOTICE OF INTKNTWN TO ENGAGE IN THE 8A) JB OK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE* ,. , January J6.'1W5 TO WHOM'IT MAY CONCERN: ' 'Subject to Issuance of the license : ajrlM for, notice Is hereby given that ' f !hc undersigned propose !o sell alcoholic iK'verages at the, premises, described as , -,follows: · · · · · · ' *. ·, i ·' '* 302 N.'Avolon Blvd ;,;;- ;. r . -Wilmington. ·· · Pursuant to such intention, the under- ' iigned ,ls applying to the Department of i Alcoholic Beverage Control Iof'isu:;r,cc :j ;;;; nlrntioiic. Beverage license tor uiesu remises as follows; . ON-SALE BEER '.. . DONNELLFRA2IEK DORIS KNOX . ub Jan. 22.1970 10 LU1 SUPERIOR COt'ltT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ' U720 NORWALK BLVD. NOUWALK, CALIFORNIA Case Number SED2K515 SUMMONS (MARRIAGE) In re the marriage of Petitioner: 1NDA L. GILLIS and Respondent: A N I A L E . GILLIS. To the Resident: The petitioner has li-d ;i petition concerning your mar- age. You may file a written response ithin 3d days of the dale that (his sum- ions is served on you. If you fail to file a riiten response within such time, your .'fault may he entered ;:nd (he court j a y enter a judgment containing injimc- ve or oilier orders concerning division ' property, spousal support^ attorney's vis, costs, and such other relief as may c "ranted by the court. : If you wish to seek the advice of an Homey in this matter, ymi should do so irnmptly so t h a t your written response, U ny. may he filed on lime. 'Dated Nov. 12, Ifffl CLARENCE E . C A B E L L Clerk By N. THORNTON Deputy I'NUA L. GILLIS* itorney for Petitioner in Pro Per 517 Walnut cllflower, California hone: S25-237I ub. Jan. 8; 15; 22. 29, IH7S Ml) LBI 2-IM3 FICTITIOUS BL'SINKSS NAME STATEMENT 75^3.18 The following persons are doing bubi- ss as: EPCO at MW E. Ocean Blvd.. Suite fll. Lone Beach, Calif. W802. Maurice J. Groff. «f. E. Ocean Blvd.. lite IfWl, Ung Beach, Calif. 90802. Richard 0. F.rhardt. 1100 Greenfield ve.. Arcadia. Calif. 911)06. This business is conducted by a gener- partncrsiiip. MAURICE J. GROFF RICHARD 0. ERHARDT TWi rt«tem«it ww fiiel with the County Cterfe oi }m texs, Oxsty oa anuary 7.1975. . in. 15, 22.29. Fob: 5.1W5 (41) LBI 2-18B6 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CREATE SECURITY INTEREST (Sees. H101--6107 U.C.C.* NOTICE is hereby given lo the Credi.-s of AL GREEN. Debtor, whose busi- ess address is 2777 Pacific. Long Beach, ounly of lxs Angeles, State of Califor- a. t h a t a security interest is about to be rented bv Debtor and granted to DI 10RGIO" CORPORATION DBA LAD RUG CO.. Secured Party, whose bust- ess address is 4949 Earlo St.. Roscmead, ounty of Los Angeles, Stale of Califor- i. The property in which the Security iteresl will lie created is. in general, all xtures. merchandise, equipment, fu mi- tre, furnishings and accounts eceivables of Debtor covering property ow located at '2777 Pacific, Long Beach, ounty of Los Angeles, State of Califor- ia. and business known as Same. The aforesaid security transaction will e consummated on or after the 3rd day E February. 1975, at DI GIORGIO COR- ORATION DBA LAD DRUG CO.. -1949 irto St., Rdsemead. California in in- .aHmeiity. So far as known to the Secured Party. It business names and addresses used by ie Debtor for the three .years last past, re: Same.. DATED: December 15. lifil. DI G I O R G I O CORPORATION DBA LAD DRUG CO. . Secured Party It. VY MONKMAN K s e r u t i \ « Vice President )1 GIORGIO CORPOHATION BA LAD DRUG CO. Iti'JEarleSl. toscmcart. Calif. 81770 'ub.,Ian. 22.11)75 01) LBI 2-WGl NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL "PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE ·No. SOP I31KW In (he Superior;C«urt o f . t h f S t a l u : o California, in and for the' County of Lo Angeles. In the Mailer of the Estate of HAZE] M. MAGOR. also known as HAZEL M JOHNSON iConservateei. Notici' is hereby given thai the undei signe/1 will bdl ;it .private sale, lo - th highest and best bidder, .subject to confir matiou of said Superior Court on or afte he 3rd day of Februai-y. 1975. at in i f f i c c of C. Du;inc Mooney. -5220 I/)ri; lieai-h Blvd.. Suite 220. City of Lonj leach. Counly of Ijos Anseles, State o California, nil the right, t i t l e and inlert'S of "said conservatee in and to ;ill th ·ertain real property situate in the Cit if Ijoiiti Beach, County of Los Angeles iuite of California; particularly describe* is follows, to-writ: South J7H (ect of East 75 fed oj Lot 3 of Martens Trad as per map recorded in Book 10. Page \S\ of M a p s in the office of the County Recorder of t ^ m Angrlcs Counly. Tlie inlcrot of s:iid cons-ervalee is a ! ntiTcst as joint tenant 'inoR' cominoiily known a; Ii*i3 Propped Avenue, Long Beach, Cali- hirnia. Terms (rf salt* c;ihh in lawful money o he United Slates on confirmation of · ir part cash ant! balnnce evidenced b note secured by Mortgage or Trust Dee( on the property so sold. Ti-n per cent o imoun! hid to he deposited with hid. Rids or offers to bt- in writing and wil it- received at the afoa-snid offk-e at an; ime after the fir,t publication hereof am K;forudate of sale. Dated this iSlh day of January, 1975. U L T H M . CAHILL. Succtssor Conservator of the Person and Estate of said Conservatee. C. Dl',VNE MOONEY \ttorney-at-Law 220 Long Beach Blvd. fi"J2» ^ing Beach, California SO-H07 Ph. 12S-3ti.1l 'ub. Jan. 22. 23, 29. 1975 (3D LBI NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CALLING FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h a i the LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL DIS THICT of-Los Angle's Cfiimly. California ifi by and through its Governiiig ·d, hereinafter referred to as the Di r i c t , will receive- up lo, but not l.'itt.T than :'»j o'clock P.M. of the 5th day of Fi-bni iry. J!i75. ftt-aief] bids for the award of a ·ontnrt-l for JORDAN H I G H SfHOOL OC B U I L D I N G LOCKERS. ScheduK 75: CHAIN LINK FENCING. HOoV ER JR. I I S . Schedule «.W91-F: A U D I TIONAL TELEVISION OUTLETS li It;-, elevi^iuii radio frequeni-y wirtKl distribu ion system at vanou* sclntols, Scheduli All bids hhall IH- madi: on a bid torn uniishwl h y - t h t - Ulricl. Bids shall l« rvcfivi'd in thi; office of thu Purchasini \i;ent of Ihr District at TO] l/K-u^l Avc UK-, Ij^nt; lieach. C a l i f u n u n , l*"t-l'i iRooi and shall lie opened and public!, i ;ilr)»(j in Ihe Hoard Room at iht abovi-Mati-'l tirm-. Each bid niibt conform .iiid bi- n-pi ivi- to tin.- «»nlncl dotumt-nts, copii-- .hich are now on filu and may be obtain i-d in tin: office of the A^i'-tant Construe tion Director of the Dbtrii't at thu alw ilress, (Room U'iV Eaih bid shall VM- rici-ompaniinl by th 'rturily refer red to in tin 1 cunlract docu monts and the hit uf propo^d -ulxon tractors. Tlie District has dfti-rmitii'd the nt-ni'i prrvailiiu; rale (A per ilicm wanes i the locality in whit'ii tliis wurk i^ to ti Virmt-d for iMch cmft or tvpe of work man rn'ftU-d to i-Xfriito the cdiitrtu which will !H' awardttl in the succesifi bidder. The prt-Miilini: rate of r« dinn wai^s and tin- prwailm r:ih- fur hi'hd.ii- riml overt ime work iMiTinimil are on file, and are availnb! to any iiiii'n-stn) party t\\ rwn*i'M. at tli iiffk 1 ** ol ihi- A^soriatc Superintend--! St-rMvotft!H-i^' It OtallU-numhl. Iract ir, .iwardtil, ,nul iiptm any subciu (racier iimlvr him. In p;i\ nut K-^ lha the y;ii-l "peeifu-O r.ili-s In all v.orknu i inpKnul by llu-ni in the ixccutton of 11 Ni tiiildi-r m.ty Aiiltilr,i4- hl« bid lor iH-ruxl uf MXly IHI ilny*. after the dale N [or Ihr oin-nln^ of bids. Tin- Dhlrifl rrer\i-N Hie nvht lo r jrcl any or all bids or to waive at invi'uhntit'v »r inlitrm.'ilitit". in any bt or in Ilit- bidding M A K I K M WKl.US, NOTICE TO BIDDERS. The LtmK Beach Unified School Dis- ict will receive sealed bids in the office the Purchasing Division, Room 200 dminstration Building, 101 Locust Ave- ue, Long Beach, California, up to. 11 m. February 5.1075, for the following: Sched, #WW-G-I4 pick-up trucks 'Compact) Specifications and bid forms may he Gained in the office of Ihe Purchasing ivision. 1-ONG BEACH UNIFIED . SCHOOL DISTRICT ' By; MARIE WELLS, '" : Assistant Secretary uh. Jan. 22, 2i. |«17G (21) LBI . NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CALLING FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai · LONG BEACH UNIFIED SCHOOL strict of Us Angeles County, Califpr- a, acting by and through its Governing ard, hereinafter referred to as the Dis- ict. will receive up to. but not later than o'clock p.m. of (he 29th day of January, 75. scaled bids for the award of a ntracf for , REPLACEMENT OF AUDITORIUM SPATS at Barton, Bryant, Grant, 1/iwell, Signal Hill and Twain , Schools. Bid Sched. #4894-N- · All bids shall Iw made on a bid form mished by the District. Bids shall be ceivcd in the office of the Purchasing yent of the District at 701 Locust Ave- le, Long Beach, California, 90813 (Room 071 and shall be opened and publicly ·ad aloud in the Board Room at the )bvo stated time. Each bid must conform and be respon- ve to the contract documents, copies of Inch are now on file and may be obtajn- 1 in the office of the Assistant onstruclion Director of Ihe District at e alxive address (Room 113).. Each bid shall be accompanied by the ccurily referred to in the contract docu- enls and the list of proposed subcon- · The'District has determined the gener- nrevailing rale of per diem .wages in · .j locality in which this work is to be erfnrmed'for each craft or type of work- lan needed to execute the contract hich will be awarded ti the successful dder. The general prevailing rate of per lem wages and the general prevailing ite for 'holiday and overtime work so ctermined arc on file, and are available i any interested party on request, at the ifice of the Associate Superintendent Services to Schools'). H shall be mandato- y upon the contractor to whom the con- ·act is awarded, and upon any subcon- ractor under him, lo pay not less than :ie said specified rales to ail workmen ·mployed by them in the execution of the :oiitract. \ N o bidder may withdraw his bid for a icriori of sixty (CO) days after the date set or the opening of bids. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any irregular!lies or Informalities in any bids or in the bidding. ' MARIE M. WELLS Assistant Secretary Pub. J a n . 15,22. LBI State Bank No. I«i7 Consolidated Report of Condition of 'HARBOR BANK" of Long Beach in Ihe Hate of California and Domestic Subsidi- irics at the close of business on.Decem- ber SI, 1074, ASSETS !. Cash and due from '_ · brinks (including S none impasted debits) ..' '$ -Iy5,97-J.ii7 II Obligations of olher U.S. Government t ·;· agencies and v corporations -()50,00()Jj|) 8. Other loans 5,-!i26,b ( Jl.i5 f t . Bank premisc-h. - - funiitiiro and fixtuas, '· "and otliLT assets representing bank . . pn-misiri '-Iiil^W.iKJ |:J. Other as.bels 'including S none direct financing' 135.027.IM 11 TOTAL ASSETS . . . " . . . . ~7,]79.iei7 LIABILITIES ~~ 15. I)emand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and ' ' hi. Time and savings . deposit!i of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2.832,107.'£ Deposits of United States Government 173.248-3 Deposits of commercial hunks 110.357.14 . CVrlified and officers' checks, etc -120,003.^ :. TOTAL DEPOSITS.... ,«-.2$S.-W (a) Total demand d e p o s i t s . . . . S2.S30.151.2a ih) Total time and savings dejiosiLs .... ?2.S32,J07.2.1 . Other l i a b i l i t i c b . . . ' . . . . . S2.60S '.-2 ;. TOTAL LIABILITIES . T745.067.:{8 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. Equity capital, total ... 1,414.035.29 . Common stock--total par valui: 'No. shan^ authori/ed rifn.u'X)) No. shares uiiMandins; 15|).("xiOi.... ;. Sun'lus includint; coniinuont fund of . ' IJulivided profits . TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. MEMORANDA . Average of total debits for the lii calendar days ending with c-;ill dale a.2t)5,7-Vi : h i A\frai?L-of total loan^ for the 1ft calendar days ending with call date '.. 6,072, IXi .'A ). Market value of investment securities 'items 2, 3. -I, 5 and 6 above) We, UoU-rt Turicchi. Exec. Vice President, and Jamos R. Marshall, Viet ''rt-sidcnl Cashier, Treasurer, of iht- brtve-n.'imed bank do solemnly swear :h,'it this rt-nort of condition is (rut: anil nrrect, lo the best of our knowledge and Whcf Exec. Vice President JAMES K. MARSHALL Vice PrcMdi-nl-Coshi'-T. GEORGK M MURCHISO.N HERMIT Q JONES DOKOTtlY K MATTESOS JAMES H. GRAY JAMES A WILLINGH.VM J.J.THOMASON Otrcctnrs Siaii'irf California ) Swurn lu and ubcribetl before me this fuiirti'cnth day uf January. 197", and I hi-rt'b cvrtlly that 1 am not an officer ordin-ctorof (hit bank. M lonnni^lon expires Mny 0, \'M'\ iSKAL) I 1 . KU1NG MUttUAY Notary "ni'rthc M fummissiiin expires May 9, t',i77. 't

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