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Hartyn Prodiidl Harvest Iridl ;lnc .1.10 InlSrtCont XA Intl Video Corp fflSVtt* 'acGamRol.Wr IfVj 'aclnt Equities ?^ ·iitjley'petrolTM ·enGaiWat l.2i ·enfiioilOf com PermaBil! 'ettiboneCp .Mb Ptxme Mate Inc 'irwhurst Corp JedXen Labs Rratet Indust 7evefl «b. 3^ RoadcraftMfg I S Rocket Re«arcn 10T* Royer* Brw.« .W MtfLi.'fc. 1^ anlaAnItaCon 1 »* Jff* « LoiAUmim .40 Lumberman Ace MKmuti Cm M«9flu Erw9r MMnuPmnr funiK«rdtA .40 MwlLaMiPlM WjxoolnoVfl MCMdran Efplr MC IConxnun M«nor«i M ll'i ymp Brew JO 9*i 10- war-it- P-Q Seligm Asso . 2 SellgU .60b 3 - oCorp 16 heltiiK.M thnaridh Oil SherwdMed Stnwtxit.BO iierrcln .20 Sito In.JM erlnlCp .30 4 I ? .'.r 3 6 IH . 12 11-16 -I 3 . 8 2'A- 1 10 6 9 11 3H 4 1 344 10 394 I9V4- * .. 4 4*14 II 2* 4 9 13'A * *4 8 9 2 * '4 ! II I - '.t 4 4 2 3 7 2«. 65 11 !4 I5« * it . PA II 2 T A-- . I ll»4- !» 1 4St 2 !',··-- '^ a 2%-- * 2 l!4* * 4 34 24«* '4 ·· ,.1 ... 20 314-14 52 25 -- » 34 I7H- Vi iy.BHo.ai » « i RverenHay S 10 ···?fS UlPCp.CSa 4 1 JnAPrJOa 7 28 Un Asb .07e 5 10 : JnBrand wl Jnit Foods 3 -35 .. 1 5-16 tSU. k n*v« I 2'*-- 'j .. l T'/s-'t 12 24 l'fi-1'i 3 1 4'/B-- \i :: i, -R 7 12 I4'» * '4 5 ij ·" . Spartek .30e 4 SpedOP.llt Spencr F .32 . Sterl Electr 3 "iterlPre .lit 4 8 itevcoknit 2 6 IIP Cp .40e 75 rtruth Wells 29 1.85. 4 4 . * . Suplndln.12 2 rennecow fennFS .4 Thrflml .150 3 3 . . 2* 2 mi 4 '4 3 S I'.'i* '4 .1-14 1-1 . 27 3!4 }4 6?^_ Vernitron Vertlptl Inc Xlf.«l« .- T-i 1 IH-- '4 4 5 +'* 2 9H4. 'A 10: .33 S'A + bMg.lOa 4 3 3',4-- aelEq.10 .. 1 m* S nrEl .48 5 . 5 5^-- KjcoOll « " "· ...rCplC.OS WasPstB .50 _ " hRI 1.28 12 ..JTuAm 2 Westats Pll 8 WestbyFsh .. Westn Decal 8 WstnFin.lO 3 . . WstPac I wt ., 32 13-16 -- M) Wstran.20a 8 536 24 +2V. Whilaker.34 3 2 4 WhllehalCp 4 8 l'A+ ", Whlttakr wt .. I 7-K Wichita Ind 7 2 j'4. Willcox6.12 3 I 2'A Wmhous .30- 3 46 6'/4 ^ 'i Wilshr0.05r 7 35 '5"n- V, onBr.30 5 25 K'tt Vi ..... : HB.24 8 2 2'4 Wood In M a I 3'*-'* WoolLLOSe S 2 4 WorcesCom 4 4. 6'4i 4 WortWriO 3 I 6'*-- w WramerCp 33 3 2W+.* ·"right Har .. 57 13-K TCAtr.10 4 4 !»4+ li Ul Inc .40 4 4 9'4 VleUb.20 4 6 3'A- /i X-Y-Z- Zimmi Horn .. i 214--'4 total Sales 1,860490,000 Sales Year Ago ... 2,497,690 Grain market CHICAGO IAP) -- Farm commodity fu- ur« fell sharply on the Chlcaso Board of Trade Wednesday, with limit declines eeorded in me corn and oats pits. Com futures fell 10 cents a bushel and oats cents, but losses were greater in soybeans and wheat, where limits are wider. Soybean, witti a M cent trading imit, (ell ?2 cents .whlk wheat lost 16 cents within a M cent limit. Soybean meal was down about S7 a ton and soybean oil lost about 75 points, or % cent a pound. Iced broilers were little changed. Gold futures gained about SI after a very ightly traded session. Liquidation was very adive on me opening bell and thereafter, not one Pit regis'ered a plus sign. II appeared mat recent tongs preferred to liquidate posl- tkws in advance of a government report on acreage farmers intend to plant mis year to corn and soybeans. Some private surveys Indicate soybean plantings will be up 3.7 per cent over 1974 and corn plantings 3 J per cent higher. Poultry Eggs LOS ANGELES (AP) (FSWN) Egg prices: unchanged. Poultry-live volume prices at ranch-Egg type hens: 59,300 hd, delivered at plant 5.25-7.2S, weighted avg «.W, at ranch 3.50-5.50, weighted avg 4.99; roasters 10,800 hd, 47 per cent at 34 cents, 53 per cent undetermined. Dividends R- SH.olPiy- rM Rite RKonJ HK IBREGUUt Carriers Genl . .33 3-7 .4-1 First Inwsl Fd. , .M M J-1S FIsllnvFd Income . -M5S 1-31 2-ts Mesabi Trust . (xl 1-30 . x-1.1143292 per share lo be held in escrow pending settlement of litigalion. =utnam Vista Fd . .13 1-30 MO STOCK Kapok Tree Inns . 4pc 2-14 3-!l SPECIAL Foodarama Super . .15 1-31 MB INITIAL Essex Chemical . .03 J-3 M! INCREASED AMP Inc . -WB Burroughs Corp . .15 2-3 Hillenbrand Indus Parker-Hannifin US Tobacco Doremus Co KEG Airborne Freight Amsted Indus) Bank of Montreal Bankamerlca Corp Bearings Inc Beneficial Stand Bob Evans Farms Cameron Find Cent Louisiana El Citation Cos Conll CoppStl Copeland Corp Doremus Co Exchange Bancorp Fairmoflt Foods First Tenn Nail Fsnjnlted Bancp Ftpeartwr. IncoS 6ss Servkt Graham Mrs Hawaiian Elec Kearney Trecker Manhattan Lifelns . Maple Leaf Mills Medical Services Michigan Sugar tational Can Q N'jtl Utlllndus Pacific Tin Cons Fope i Talbot Putnam Conv Fund R'regel Textlte Royjl Crown Cola SCOA Industries Scttl Pcoer Shelter Oiobe Transwest Pipeline Valley Gas 1-31 !-2l 3-3 31, sea world 2*i Semcp 5Lj ShakleeCorp .40 '·! Six Pac Indus! Source Cap .9S iourceCa pf 2.40 SoCalWattr 1 08 p«clral Dynam 4^1 SJ* 4i 5"4 2I'» III. tannetkt Inc Tec«m»liP l*Ja Telematlon ..! Textonelncs 2S Thermal Power -· TIME DC JO Tom Brown Inc Tranico Co M rinsocean Oil .... TrlangkCarp a 1 * TrknProdla Trldalr Indutt Unltwl Comp Cp US Bancorp I US6millMI.46e WamrE withNa WIVttH WhamOMfg ~ mrp.XI lUiBanc B F What Stocks did NEW YORK (AP) Declines Unchanged ToM Hues 1 1174-75 ' 1774-75 htshs... lows.... prev. Wednesday day ·00 74* 550 59 417 .... 1747 I Pacific Coast Exchange Owing PricM For Jan. 22, ins By E.F. Mutton* Co. OrnOcMrnMte Clost Amer. PatMCtter I AnuCdrp Avco Communtty Dev. Inc. 1 C«iaJa5o.Pe1.LW. Chief Consol. Mln. Cc CrMttronlOil '. ExefwOIICo. "A" Gen.Exv.Co Greal Basin Pet Grt Basins Pet. Wrls Louisiana PK. Rn. 1 MnaellanPet.ConJ : NofrhOIICo. p»cincGiSTf«m. to ft Perm. Ene. Corp.13/1 Rev Oil i Gas Co S SlbooeyCorp 11/M Silver OolUrMki. Co ?t SurclanOCmCo, IIH Tnai Inhxnat. Pet. Corp TrlcolmJ.. Urdted CaraoO 4 GUM ZocconCorp lotim Board of Trut Tablt CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures trading on IB Chicago Board of Trade Wednes- P«v Open KM Low CKM CI4MI WHEAT (S,m tw). rr 3.90 3.92'! 3.77 l.TTf, 1931 ly 3.87 3.87'A 3.7!": 3.74 3.90 3.76 3.71 3.66'A 3.67 180'A , 3.82 3.84'/7 3.73 3.73 3.88 C 3.88 3.93Vi 3.8! 1(3 3.98 CORK 15400 bal ir 3.10 3.10'A 3.02'i 3.02'i 3.12"i IV 3.13 3.13 3.05V1 3.05V 3.15 I 114 114 3.05*1 3.05% 116 p 2.95 2.95 2.88 2.90 2.W C . 2.73'A«2.73'A 2.67'A 2.69W 3.76 a 2.77 2.78 2.73'A 2.73'A 2JMV OATS (5,OH Mil ir . 1.S4W 1.S5 1.50 1JCI, 1.56* ly 1.50'A 1.51 1.46 1.4o'A Ul'A I 1.46 1.46 1.12V4 1.42U 1.4I«| p U9 1.41V. X 1.4714.1.4m l.42rt 1.4214 1.47 SOYBEANS ISJM n 5.94 5.94 ir 6.05 -6.05 ay 6:15 6.17 I 6.20 6.25 jg . 6.18 672 p i 5.99 6.04 jv - 5 . 9 5 5.99 n 5.9S 6.06 SOYBEAN OIL (Ufa IM) n 30.50 30.85 30.25 30.45 30.90 ar 30.00 30.45 29.65 30.00 30.4S jy · 29.30 29.70 28.80 28.95 29.77 il 28.40 28.80 27.95 21.25 28.90 to 27.75 27.95 27.10 27.50 28.05 V · 26.75 26.95 26.40 26.60 27.1 I 25.70 25.80 25.30,25.30 26.25 !C 24JJO 15.20 24.« 24.70 Z5.1 SOYBEAN MEAL (IH tm) in 129.00 129.00 125.00 I2I.M I30.M ar 124.00 125.00 121.00 121.00 117.50 ay 130.50 131.90 177.00 127JO I33.9J II 135.20 135.20 133.00 134.00 138.90 US 136.00 137.00 113.50 135.00 139.50 ·0 138.00 139.00 136.00 138.M 143.00 rt 140.50 140.50 140.00 140.00 144.00 K 142.50 144.00 142.00 142.50 145.50 in I44JO 144JO 144.10 144.10 146.00 ICED BROILERS (»,»« IHI Jan 41.75 41.85 41.50 4145 41.90 Mar 38.90 39.07 38.40 38.90 38.80 (ay 39.50 39.50 38.75 39.10 39.00 un 39.75 40.00 39.45 40.00 40.0T ul 40.20 40.20 39.75 40.00 40.00 un 39.40 39.40 D.JO 39.30 39.50 ,p -39.50 39.: b-BId; a-Asked; n-Nominol. Uih Grain CHICAGO (API - Wheat No 2 soil re 3.8?n Wednesday; No ! hard winter 3JJ4n Corn No 2 yellow JMAn (hopperl 3.01!i (t»x). Oats No 2 ci^i heavy whit 46*4n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 5.90n. No 2 yellow corn Tuesday sold al 3JJ4. Treasury report WASHINGTON (API - The CJSh P05 lion ol the Treasury on Jan. 20, 1975 i dollars: · Operating balance 2,733,000,000 Deposits fiscal year July I Withdrawals fiscal year July 1 496.163,000,000 493,3S3,000,Or. Debt not sublect to statutory limit 2,117,000,000 Gold assets Operating balance on Jan. IB, 1974 6,576.000,001 Most active stocks NEW YORK (API-Sales, closing pric and net chanae ol the fifteen most ac live stocks traded on, the NY Stoclt E» change. 501,600 291,500 .717,600 203.500 Kresse 55 Eckerd Jk Norton Sim Cm Frght Polaroid White Cons Walone Hyd Southern Co Occlden Pet CoastSI Gas FedNat Mtg CMI Inv Cp Cert-teed Data Gent Uniohn Co 14* 12 111,900 15', ....151,700 I0'4 ....145JOO 18'i I44JJOO 9»» ....I43J»0 125,900 ....125^00 115400 101409 .. .. 99.500 96,800 144 Price index NEW YORK (UPI) - Dun Bradstreet's dally welghled price index ol 30 bask commodities (1930-32 average ' Tuesday ........................... Week Ago ............ ............. 5/' p " Month Ago ...................... Holiday Year AM .......................... »' · 1974-75 High ....................... «?·«· 19)4-75 Low ....................... 49J.01 (litnis market LOS ANGELES (AP) (F5WN) - Cilros prlc«: steady and unclwnaed. Sunkisl reports representative orange auction prices tY slie an Me«ly and higher. Sunkisl first grade 4fc 4.4}, 48s 5.4, 56S 5.58, 775 S.W, 88s 5.19, 113s 5.50. 138 S.09. Hay Market LOS ANGELES (AP) - AltoHa grtn My market unchanged. Carlo arrival's: U flour, 8 wrolwm, 84I Your Money's Worth Failure to use schools entire year deplored , By SYLVIA PORTER Of all the stupid moves we, as citiznes, are making in this murderous era of spiraling energy and other costs side by side with deepening recession and soaring joblessness, one of the most stupid is our shameful waste of our public schools during periodic vacations, weekends, and the summer months. While our property taxes have skyrocketed almost out of sight and are intolerably squeezing homeowners in areas across the.nation, most of the schools financed and maintained by these taxes are closed for a startling 50 per cent of the time. While during this past Christmas-New Year's vacation, countless millions of our elderly, lonely, handicapped, poor and other needy were yearning for places to meet and share their meals and Noughts, our handsome, beautifully landscaped - elementary and high schools were shut tight. While this coming summer millions more will be seeking places to improve their skills, learn new skills, find ways to meet today's problems, most of these schools again will be closed down as usual. Our public schools are to an appalling degree unused for long periods of time -- representing an abuse of schools and an extravagance that in this era America simply cannot afford. ·The cost of supporting our elementary and high school system has tripled during the past 10 years. But .the overwhelming majority of the schools still are used only five days a week, nine months a year and are restricted to me formal education of Ameri- .cans between the ages of five and 17 or 18. A stranger to the American educational system might understandably deduce that human.learning begins in early September at the age of five and terminates (for all except the lucky) in June at the ages of 17-18. Meanwhile, there is an ever-mounting need for further education of the older American -- ranging from vocational training to retirement preparation and planning, consumer education, nutrition, music, arts, crafts. It must be increasingly clear to all - thinking Americans that learning is a lifelong process, among the human being's most basic needs--and not the process that begins at five and ends not many years later. . What the answer? The answer is community education schools -- the use of our idle public schools to serve all of us. And this answer also will help slash our local fax^ bills by avoiding the need to build and ·maintain';, additional expensive facilities, by keeping more real ; estate from falling off local town tax rolls and; incidentally by reducing vandalism in and around the^. schools. (Experience has demonstrated in a fascinat-, tag way that around community schools, with all the- facilities for full-time, year-round use to help young and old, vandalism becomes negligible.) -;;;;; The whole concept of community education is gauv,. ing acceptance at the federal, state and .local levels, at a speed that may come as a revelation even to the: knowledgeable. As of last count, there were apprqxi-; mately 700 school systems involved in implementing community education on a planned, organized basis. There is an expanding national network with more-: than 60 centers for community education development headquartered mostly at colleges in 40 states. , : As of early 1975, nine states had enacted legislation; supporting community education. "The Community- School Development Act," a part of the 1974 amend-; ments to the Elementary and Secondary Education" Act, was passed by Congress last year and signed hy President Ford on Aug. 21, 1974. Under this law/ federal funds will be available beginning in 1976 to assist local public school systems in implementing community education, to help in training and dissemination of information on activities and in the;' establishment of a National Advisory Council. ".-,·; Instead of being used to a puny one-third of their; potential, our traditional schools could become community schools and be open to all ages, 12 months a' year, 12 to 18 hours a day, seven days a week-- and be used to their full potential. Instead of taxpayers; getting a 25 per cent return on their investment in. schools and paving in addition for many other duplicated services, we would be getting a full return on our investment plus interest through more and better organized services. -.,-'. You and your own community can broaden ypur schools in a thousand and one ways -- using them for purposes ranging from rehabilitation to special feed- tag programs for those who need them; from meet: tag places for the elderly especially to special outings for those who could not leave their homes otherwise. Whatever you do to use your schools more fully will all be plus. __2-DOW-JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK (UPI)' -- Dow Jones closing stock averages'. 641.90 651.39 Wednesday. Tuesday... Week Ago . Month Ago. Holiday Year Ago.... 871.00 1974-75 High . 891.66 1974-75 Low.. 577.60 1973 High... 1051.70 1973 Low 788.31 30 Indus. 20 Transp. 15 Utils. 652.61 +10.71 152.70 + ,13 77.26 + .16 -- 5.55 152.57 -- .74 77.10 -- .13 + 4.69 153.23 +1.85 77.55 + .35 7.53 190.50 202.45 125.93 228.10 151.97 .31 93.53 95.09 57.93 120.72 84.42 + .23 STANDARD POOR INDEX NEW YORK OJPI) -- Standard Poor's closing stock indexes (1941-43 average equals 10): 425 Indus. 15 Rails 60 Utils. 500 Stocks': Wednesday 79.47 37.32 38.34 71.74 Tuesday 78.26 37.08 38.06 70.70' Monday 78.71 37.14 38.09 71.08 Week Ago 79.45 36.90 38.11 71.68- Month Ago 74.61 85.12 32.48 66.88" Year Ago 107.77 43.41 48.50 96.55; 1974-75High .,111.65 - 47.36 49.44 99.80" 1974-75 Low.... 69.53 29.38 29.37 62.28 : Treasury wants $28 billion loan WASHINGTON (AP) Treasury officials said Wednesday they will need to borrow an estimated $28 billion over the next six months to finance the administration's an- tirecession program. They said that amounts to seven times the maximum borrowing during comparable periods over the last five years and represents the f e d e r a l government's heaviest financing operation since World War II. Jack F. Bennett, assistant secretary of Treasury for monetary affairs, said the borrowing will require "a substantial increase in the debt ceiling." But Bennett declined to specify how much the ceiling would have to be raised. The ceiling is temporarily set at $495 billion, and the nation's debt is only $1.3 billion shy of that limit. The nearness of the PUBLIC NOTICE 55276 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. No. I-3I3SI C Cm Thursday. January 30. 1975, al 10:00 A.M., TITLE INSURANCE A.ND TRUST COMPANY, as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Tnist recorded March 9, 1973, as inst. No. 3767, fa book T8095, page 381, of Official Records in the office ol the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, California, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale in lawful money of the United States) in the lobby of the Title Insurance and Trust Company, Annex Building, at 419 So. Spring St., 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 County and State described as:. Lot 27, Block A, Tract 7595, as per map recorded in Book !. pages 1 and 2 of Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said County. The street address and other common designation, if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 1241 E. Harding Street, Long Beach, California. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common desig. nation, U any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay me remaining principal sum of the note secured by sold Deed of Trust, to-wit: «,826.16. with interest thcrron, as provid«l in said note, advances, if any, under the terms ol slid Deed of Trust, fees, charges and ex- penstt of the Trustee and of the trusts created by Mid Deed o! Trust. TTic bciwliclary under sard Dtfd ol Tnist heretofore executed and dtlivtred to the UBdcrcigncd a written Declaration of Default and Demand (or Sale, and ,1 written Notice of DclauH and Election to Sell. The undersigned caused said Nolle*) of Default Mid Election to Sell to be recorrjed In the county whet* lire property is located. Dated: December 30,1W4. TTTIK RiSURANCK AND TRUST COMPANY M said TruitHj, By. ANNIE TRlUli.UJvp Authorlurl Sifluturc Pub. Jan.t, 16,Zi, IM5I30UI1 debt ceiling and the heavy borrowing required to finance government an- tirecession moves means the administration will have to get congressional approval before the borrowings can commence. Traditionally, the debt ceilings have been a bargaining ship for a Congress trying to impose its desires on the administration. The heavy borrowings would be likely to exert an upward influence on interest rates for loans. The rates have been falling steadily as the recession has deepened. Bennett noted the declining rates at a news briefing and said the federal borrowing would be an influence pushing against the drop, but he declined to speculate how interest rates might respond. "What the net effect is, I don't pretend to guess," Bennett said. He noted- that the PUBLIC NOTICE 2S077 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. SOP 21971 In the Superior Court of the State of Tabfomia. for the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of LOUISE SHOSTROM, aka LOUISE J. SHOSTROM. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will sell at Private sale, to the ughest and best bidder, subject to confirmation of said Superior Court, on or after the 7th day of February, 1975, at the office of STANLEY M. HENRY, Attorney at Law, 60 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, ?ounty of Los Angeles, State of California 9(802, all the right, title and interest ot said deceased at the ti;ne of death and a] the right, title and interest that the estate of said deceased has acquired by opera :ion of law or otherwise, other than or in addition la that of said deceased, at the time of death, in and .to all the certain real and personal property situated in the City of Long Beach, County of Los An gelcs. State of California, particularly described as follows, to-wit: The North 12 feet of Lots 25 and 26, Block 61 of Long Beach, City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 19, Page 91 el seq., of Miscellaneous Records, in the office of the county recorder of said county. Household furniture and furnishings at 424 Virginia Court, Long Reach, California More commonly known as: 42-1 Virginia Court, Long Beach, California. Terms of sale cash in lawiul money ol the United States on confirmation of sale or part cash am! balance evidenced by note secured by Mortcaw or Trust Deed on the property so sold. Ten per cw. o!| amount bid to be deposited with bid. Ei*U oi -jiiers lu M In writing and will he received at the aforesaid office at any 1 Umc after the first publication hereof and KAlArA *Ulft fj *atA Dated this I6lh day i January, I97S. ARSKNE JANVIER ExKulorof the Will of said Decedent STANLEY M. HENRY 60 Elm Avenue Federal Reserve Board, w h i c h controls the nation's money supply, has recently taken steps to expand the amount of money in circulation. The expansion would coincide roughly with a start of the federal government's heavy borrowing and presumably mute any upward pressure on interest rates. Bennett announced that the Treasury will raise money over the next month or two by increasing the amounts of short- term bills it sells at weekly auctions as well as through special issues of longer term securities. All of the long-term securities will be available in minimums of $1,000 to appeal to small investors, and will raise a net of $1.95 billion in new money. The first auction will involve $3 billion worth of 3.25-year notes. The second will offer $1.75 billion of 6-year notes. The third will will involve $750 million of 25-year notes. The yields for the notes will be determined by the prices investors are willing to pay in the auction! Bennett said the Treasury Department expects to issue another $3 billion worth of notes on Feb. 19 equally distributed between notes with a two-year maturity and 18- month maturity. ; He said that the financing plans were gearei.to adoption of President Ford's antirecession program as presented in his State of the Union address last week. That means Treasury might have to borrow even more if Congress doesn't go along with the $17 billion worth of spending cuts proposed by Ford. · Of the other money the government will be borrowing over the last last half of the current fiscal year, Bennett said -$3.3 billion has already beten raised, $5.3 billion will be raised through mid-March and $19 billion is expected to be needed between March and June. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE . Pub. Jon. «. !4, M, 197JC1IIJ3I SPS43M1 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE TS-iim On February 6, 1975 at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the terrace at the east end of the Ralph C. Sutro Co. building at 4900 WU- shire Boulevard in the City of Los An- golcs, California, WESTERN CONVEYANCING CORP.. as duly appointed Trustee under the Deed of Trust made by HENRY V. FERGUSON and CHARLESE E. FERGUSON, husband and wife, and recorded February 11, 1974, as instrument 1279 on page 1. in book T8655 of Official Records of Los Angeles County, California, given to secure an indebtedness in favor of RAPIJi C. SUTRO CO., l corporation, By reason of the breach of certain obligations secured thereby, notice of which was recorded September 27,1974., as Instrument 1161 on page 528, in book M4.T99 of said official records, said Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, payable in lawful money of the United Stat«s at the time ol sale, without warranty as to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveytd to and now hc-M by said Trustee under said D«d ol Trust in and to the (oOowing described property, to-wtt: Lot 16 in Block 10 of Tract No. 6565, in the City of Long Beach, ss per map recorded in Rook 69, Page 80 of Maps, in UK office of the County Recorder ol Los Angeles County. More commonly known as: 31 West Bon Street Long Beach, California 908(6. for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said ueod including fees, rhsrK" ind expenses of the Trustee, advances. U any under the terms ol said Dcfd, interest Owrton and IS,S3.52 In unpaid principal of the- note secured by saw Owl, with interest thereon (rom provided. DATF.D: January», M5. WESTERN CONVEYANCTNG CORP. Trustee By JOANNE tlACZEWSKl AssisUinl Secretary Pub. Jan. 16.23,30, ItTiS (3D 1J31 24851 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. SO P 13668 In the Superior Court of the State of lalifonua, in and (or the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of HAZEL M. MAGOR. also known as HAZEL M. IOHNSON (ConsCTvatee). . . : Notice U hereby given that the under- igned will sell at private sale, '"tfl : the highest and best bidder, subject to confirmation of said Superior Court on or after the 3rd day of February, 1975, A the office of C. Duane Mooney, 4220 Ung ieach Blvd.. Suite 220, City of Long teach, County of Los Angeles, Stale of California, all the right, tiue and interest of said cooservatee in and to all. the certain real property situate in the City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State of California, particularly described as follows, uvwit: South XlVi feet of East 75 leet ol Lot 3 ol Martens Trad as per map recorded in Book 10, Page 196 ol Haps in the office of the County Recorder ot Los tojeles County. The interest of said conservfttee Is a ft nterest as joint tenant : " . ·more commonly known is: 10(3 Prospect Avenue, Long Beach, CaU- fomia. ·-. Terms of sale cash in lawful money of the United States on confirmation ol ule, or part cash and balance evidenced by note sewed by Mortgage or Trust Deed on the property so sold. Ten pw cent ol amount bid to be deposited wtth bid. , Bids or offers to be to writing and will be received at the sfortukt offfw at any timf *fter $he fir*t nuht'.jsuvri ferw! STni before date of tale. * Dated this ISth day of January, ' RUTH U. CA11ILL, Succtno. Coteervitor of the Penon and F.sttle of uld CoiuervatK. C. DUANE MOONEY 4Z» U*g Beach DM. «JO iMf Heart, CaBftin.il XKW Ph. tMOffll Pub. Jan 22, a, 29, 19?5(3ttLBI

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