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'Exonerate Officer in woom-s WORLD Bandit Pair Uses Mace ^·iimuiig* ^i^ gsa .-- . A rfl'f f C 0 N C 0 k U -- A * " - V ~ ~tnrJVA filf /J Concord police officer «W^V^/T who shot and wounded -- ^-^^y, ~dSb( 4 three U.S. Customs agents . --^- f j H ^ j ^ during a narcotics stak- /T^^^^f eout Feb. 2 was exonerat- fe / 1.£^__£ «d Thursday by his superi- f^t/ :BT"jiB: ^r- ^F A fl^SL "We're considering it ·sz^fZJix. ) :== ~ Just a tragic accident," h S = ^ -- Chambers. "No further ac- ,!§. tion is warranted as far as **- » .. . !f», (h 17*9 NATL K»*t. Sy*. R^* W*^ . / ·*" I HOI LYWOOD (UPI) / 1 Two robbers armed with a t /' I can of Mace Thursday 1 . / I robbed an auction house 1 S^% k ft °^ iewelrv valued at 1 £?" ; ^Tl (fil ^ $35,060. " 1 /S^^Tr x^y' ^' ie .i cwe ' r . v consisted of 1 _/S^ji2--C7 l /i' (lne diamond ring with a 1 ~yff^S^I\ 0 - fil 'i i'arat stone, another 1 £i£^^ If---^^, with a nine carat stone, a 1 -Jt^ ^s third of 10 carats and ear,,_ ·"" rings with 15 c?. r nts. The ^ jewelry had been adver- -jrr-^ tised as to be auctioned /-2^/JKAXjvS Fridav at the Milton J. concerned." "He got nis head stuck in the mud,. The men phoned and diving for your fish ! " made an appointment with · Melvin Swinger, 45, to POLICE vice squad Det. vir ,,. , hr riiimnnrh Donald McLennan, while on a stakeout at the Con- _^ ._ , -, cord Inn, wounded the W'fl/llfO f^ll/J'C f agents when they jumped OH'tf M/ M. IfcC«5 «J out of their green, late- model car brandishing TTI | T weapons 4,jicia7i£ers I McLennan and other po- " He* officers, at the re- SQUAW VALLEY (DPI) sto suest of the customs offi- -- state Division of Fores- ex cials, had been asked to t y crews and 140 men help with the itakeout f rom two staie conserva- wa and to watch for at least tion camps worked Thurs- Do nnft man last seen in a day to remove snow from Pa green, late-model auto. the roof of numerous La . » , » state-owned b u i l d i n g s we ONE PERSON was ar- wl |ich were threatened by as rested as the result of the c » y Ga mc stakeout and 700 kilo- coon , in tor for the fnrcsl . ha Rrams of marijuana were ^ ^.^ gaid ^ bc _ pu confiscated. t ^, een ]2 ?nd 15 huildi ,,,,5 s id - The most seriously in- built for the 1960 Winter jured of the agents was Olympics were endangered W George Gudbranson, 30, by the heavy snow pack Cr Walnut Creek, who was on top of them. Crews be- va shot in the head. He had gan work Tuesday, and cr been in critical condition Ganies said he hopes they Co three weeks and was list- will finish by Monday or Su ed Thursday as sa-tisfacto- Tuesday of next week, if st ry. the expected weekend sh ih w tfawJ^ftw TIDES AINTD TE3!M3PE^^A.TTLTI^!EjS p a Sc FORECAST W l~mv ·twti ·nrf Vicinity: Rainy and windv today- becoming showery tonight and clearino Saturday. Downtown high loday .iuaul 60. overnight low near SO. je Fair weather indicated tor period Sunday through Wednesday. Mtuntiln Are«: Cloudy with rain at low elevations and snow above 6,000 fen . m today* becomlna showery tonight and clcarina Saturday. Gusty winds. Cooler days, slightly warmer nights. in Interior and Desert Regions: Cloudy with chance of rain, mostly north portion, · through tonight. Windy ·! time*. Cooler days, slightly warmer nignis. tiiglu po Imperil? mil CHCMtla Vatlevs (Including Palm Springs): Cloudy with chance of at showers ttirough tonight/ clearlna Saturday. Gusty winds. Hiohs today 6fl 1o /5, ^ Antllom' VllllV^and Molart Desert: Cloudy with chance of showers, especially nwr mountains, through tonioht,_ clearing Saturday. Gustv winds at limes. J1L with rain today* thowery tonight and clearing Saturday. Slightlv cooler tern- r n peratures. Win* southerly 12 to 25 knols today, becoming westerly 10 to 20 knots tonight and Saturday. ' SUN, MOON AND TIDES Friday Suflrist: 6:34 a.m. Sunset: 5:53 p.m. -m- Saturday Sunrise: fi:34 a.m. Sunset: 5:53 D.m. I- Frltfav Moenrist: 2:32 D.m. Moonset: 4:?s a.m. I Saturday Moonris*: 3:33 p.m. Moonset: 5:11 a.m. -*Friday TtdB: Highs/ 5.3 feet at 6:45 a.m. and 3.8 feet «l !:27 p.m. Low, ?.* - feet at 12:45 a.m. and minus 0.5 foot ai 1:57 p.m. Saturday Tides: Highs, 5.5 feet at 7:51 a.m. and 4 feet (it 8M5 p.m. Lows, 2 feet TT nt 1:21 a.m. and minus 0.6 foot at 2:21 p.m. 1- Ltnt leidl LHwiird Sea Report: 56 degrees. J. THURSDAY'S WEATHER REPORTS California -_ H L Prc. H L Prc, \\ Long eadi 67 45 Lake Arrowhead u 73 Jl L.B.Airoart 64 -12 Newoort Beddi ._ «1 41 ·*· Bi!n" L .- 39 13 San Bernardino « 39 Blythe ,, 68 41 San Diego -- . 60 .13 ^ AcroH tht Nation i H L Prc. » L Pr c ' Albuauertrjt 5 29 Miami Beach ... . 71 52 p Af5wi» "" ~ a 31 Milwaukee __ 36 26 " Bismarck". " __ZIT 29 26 .39 . Minn SI Paul 33 24 to BolSB 46 31 New Oilcans 68 41 Boston " - - 30 25 .13 New York 36 H { 1 BSfiTo _~: : - sj 21 .02 §5«j!TM a Cilv g jf .33 of ElS^'-TZ^I^ ffe 0 TM 1 11 lo "jS^jiv .-~~aM.m |;jj.' i [; fex ' v S a h Canada H L Prc H..L . .Prc. al c ,i mrv _ _ Montreal.... 26 20 .01 ^ HletiMt t«nMratur« Thursday In 1h« n idiacent Hate) wa« B5 «t Bcevlllc, lex. LowMt WM !2 below zero Hi Cut Bank, Wont. ; It · ·· c. C^TTTJT '* /VT? *PPT'^7*A..'T', irP*? c \ il-ii l-±A^t*t:A-' O ±,E fc ·*Ui*r o ACTIVE VESSELS IN PORT ^ Compiled by Marint Exchangi U M-- i Berth onerator Due to Sail For ,, An»dTrko Victory -- LH2I4 Lvkes Lines _...Mar. 2, Cam Rnh Bay ^?i'.^ij(!!? ii fLll " ~ LB3I Un. Tntrlhoo! 8 "".r.Marfl San^icolai SI k'll?ili« irrt " LB20B Stdrd Frull 8.SS Feb. 27, Prio Bolvr. «5CS « n ~ LB211 Sliirboani SI-DO. . . Mar. 1, Yokohama C SSf «i. " " "5 matson Navioatlon .. Mar. 2, Honolulu *?. (SM LB26 N.Pat. SIIP3 Feb. 23, Sinoapore J' · rme^nnrt IO1 ~ ~ " 1 7 8 Nisfan Motor Car ...Feb. '11. Guavaauil ,, STMfIJJS ,NO\ " " LB34 Bldg. Mtrl Terminal . .Feb. 28, Nanaimo C Bessegpen trjoj -- -174 steamshiD Mgim Mar. 1, Stockton ,, B? ~ ih»i /r^i ~ ~~ 1M Hamb. Amer. Ln. . . Fob. 28, San Fran. " 5 . m mi i^uli " " 54 Johnson Line Mar. 1, San Fran. 2 5 hMMani Nn irrjal ~ " 232D Taiyo Gyogvo K.K. .. Aftar. 3. Yokohama P i Sin TMf (Br) " ~ 219 Blue Star Line Mar. 2, San Fran. rS2.iS5n.liiV ~ 200G Dalichi Chuo K.K. _...M,lr. 2, Yokohama t( r^n? R»V ~ " '" " 126 W.R.Chamberlin Feb. 27, Coos Bav ri ftina w n n~ " 160 Grancolomblana Line Fob. 28, San Fr,m. 11 c^£. RaYt» iHftl 198 Knutsen Lino Feh. 78, San Fran. · ITS! lit? -- - -- · 145 nMlan Unc Feb 57- San Car | 3s 11 ri«ir runl LB5 Norskhvdro ,, Feb. 28, Stockton .. cfofv o! -ne'seas" " " . " " - L B 5 0 Columbia 5S F*. 98, saloon u r»«pna ?ita (111 241 Marine Cn.T-'"i ing Indel. r Srtin Gate (Sw) " " " 5S J»h"son Lino _ Mar. 1, Curacao SS/SiS- waV " " " LB9 States Marine Lns Mar. 2. San Fran, wiiauan 1 enlslator" " ~~ 200A Matson Navigation Mar. 1, Honolulu g V.Snr.1, ( nl " LB2 Scindia Steam Nav March. 3, Bombay S Johannc! f«lae--K (Daf " - . " " - 138 MaersK Line Feb. 27, Ensonacla d lau-i Mail 90 Amer. Mail Ln ....Mar. 1, San Dicso . i,ih,i Sim (Ja " "" 131 Yanmshlln Shin ... Mar. 1, Oakland d tfiSai «la (iil " 166 Hlldc Christen Gran. Mar. 1. Roltordam j nf chlml MicuIJa) "" LB!1 K Line F'b. 28. Champorico fl 8.-«in^omS7u) " " 1« West Coast Ln. . . Feb. 23, San Fran. S^,TM« Allr. Tl(l " -- 241 Maritime Oveiseas Corn Inilrf. m wiiiiine rjdifnrnia (Tkl 238 Philips Petroleum fob. 78, Avon Hn «i»TM ijaT " " LII2° K Line Feb. 28, Yokohama SrVlH.Jt I,M; ,nn " ' 936 A.M Pres. Lns Mar. 2, Now Yo. k P HSi aV ' PI) " !S ^foversLn. ..^' '' "TM,r(£ ®SrE" " a@ SSSS'^liSS 1 -;:::· ffi'V^i ? EnVSH,') -" " LBffi Ref, n a B S S S L Co e . : «S b i.V^lffSK ?«» I(P1) . LB | fe,o p yT- L ^,v::r: 3 3:S F FS. ?frtl» M»r,» (Tkl"" " 119 Pac. Cst Trsprt heh. 28, Rrr.hmond IMM (Daf 79 The E.A.C. Lns ... Fe». 23, San Fran. Ac t lilSnlon (Lll ~ " ~ "198 Ital Pac. Lne Mar. 3, San Fran. Ba t nSmlllf (No " LB69 Klaveness Ln. . . . Mar. 1. San Fran. Be SshSda (Br) °77 Transportaclon Mar. .Mar. 2. San Diego Be inAna ~ " 57 Grace Line Mar. 7, San Fran. |l Tho«tlnd l(Nfl) " " LB24 salcn Shooino Mar. 3, Yokohama B' They arrived shortly bc- TTJ t fore noon and were admit- l/'l^ J\OOlS« locl - Swinger opened the ' safe and brought out the jewelry to be examined. *»iiiiri7ii o"« The mon l h a n k e ( 1 ] f M'I/l/M'Hl'Ji«5 Swinper and as they ^ turned to leave one pulled rm does not drop an out a can and sprayed him cessive amount of snow, in the face. They scooped 3anics said that snow up the jewelry and left, s also endangering the also spraying the tele- nner Memorial State phone operator, rk Museum at Donner Police identified the a : ;e. He said crews spray as Mace, uld head there as soon Each man was about 5- the work was finished feet-7 inches tall. One was Squaw Valley. In the about 35 years old and anlime, the musuem the other about 45. been closed to the blic and shored up in- ^ :iiree crews from the wlV Jft)'*! / 9 14H ishington Ridge Youth nvervation Camp in Ne- TVrkl'ill \ T? da County and five i lUl 111 J-J.1J. ;ws from the Antelope nservation Center near 1 {.-^l^l- Pjiof snnville, along with IjlgliU' *- a^l j lie forestry employes, oveled snow off roofs of A $417,141 contract for e buildings or else improvement of North irked at compacted ice Long Beach Street Lighing in chain saws. District No. 8 has been Dick Johnston, supervi- awarded by the Oily r of the Department of Council to C. T. F. Co. rks and Recreation at of Bell Gardens, tiaw Valley, said there The district is bounded « from five to twelve by Los Angeles River, At- et of snow on the build- lantic Avenue, Market is. Buildings were des- Street and Artesia Boule;ed for a load of 100 vard, and also includes the unds per square foot, area bounded by Artesia, d core sampling have the river, the north city own that the weight limits and Paramount Bouw is between 125 and levard. 0 pounds per square Some portions of the it. area bounded by Victoria " " " "' Street, Long Beach Boulevard and the proposed Ar- Jill WOIIM tesia^Freewayalsoarein. The contract calls for '^il-vi-,.11 1 jlf installation of 788 street- lt/|lt/«l VJrtl. ljghl standards w j ( n 175- watt mercury-vapor lamps /Tllp'IO'l 1 T "1W on res 'dential streets in J.l.iX'rt^^ AJiUTT the district, and 51 stand- .. Tn ._. ards with 400-watt mercu- hAi^KAMt-iNiu vu ry-vapon lamps on major i Assembly committee a rt e ries proved Tlutrsday a bill The dt wju one . repeal a law passed ]ial( . ()f the cost an(] t , ]e st year wh.ch prompted ^^ w|1 , he j d h television comedy show crt owncrs on thc award the leg.slature basis · . accruj 6 r , 5 A ng ?» gCr to their holdi "g s - I-ateAwaid. Because i n c l e m e n t A s s e m b l y m a n Paul weatner and labor prob- ·iolo, R-Pacific Palisades, lems involving a supplier Id the Assembly Trans- nave ra used a delay, the irtation Committee that cmmr i| granted Paul Cards' bill to repeal the law ncr Corp . a n extension to as not prompted by the May 2 2 for improvement vard from the "Rowan nf West Long Beach id Martin Laugh-In." s t r c c t Lighting District Priolo seeks to repeal No. 1. e law which allows new ir dealers in certain cir- unstances to disconnect T^lf/l7 e mileage indicators, or ' Hill lometers, of new cars ^ . . hich are driven between otatlStlCS ?alcr outlets. '' . ( . c t Dcatli INolicos was meritorious, I am ., . . , , , ., ALBERb · Josephine L., aa, ot 10B54 ire, 111 US intent Otlt IIS Magnolia SI., Anaheim, ded Wednesday. insequences went far be- uSft H s?.°^r7m G o l u c n"t? J?ed S T 8 ue?da 8 , w E ' ind what those who vot- Avce ^ Ad ^5 T "i,u E rIda,:' "' ° " 3 Sl ' Louii i fnr it- thnilnhf thpv HARRIS -- Patricia J., Infant, ot 6307 1 TOr It inOUglir, tney iroauoise Ave., Westminster, died Thurs- nntrl " tiav - uulu - HEDGES -- Ella M., 95, of '.103 E. Tl,» iMao lie. caM M-at: E 'f n ' n St., died Wednesday. me iaea, ne saia, w a s HOHENSAUS ~ Edward v/., 84, ot give the purchaser of a a cNMdl ;°" vdale Driue - Fu " Erlon ' dicd TVV cnr a wnrrnniv ro^er- HUNTLEY - - Euocnia j., 6B, of 8980,7 _U C,ir a wairiHL\ unei victoria Ave., South Gate, died Tuesday. g the 24,000 miles he ac- 5l ~. d i c .? rT , h r l itf? a '- ^ , ,, ,,, , ,, C) ,, , . , PATTERSON -- Pear) R., 85, ol 976 allV drives the car Appieton St., died Wednesday. J PISRCE -- Ruth S.. 73, ol 1101 E. But he said it also ^TO'TTER" diB Ho T vi'arti" ! w' M 013331 ves ail unscrupulous Lees Ave.. died VJcdncsrtav." , ' lALi-cY -- Novella 1'., 58, nt 8«S L. ·"aler the Opportunity to Second St.. Paramount, dicd Salurrtav. i- jlM ·!,, "- : , WALKER-- Winford C, 66, or 2925 W. SCOnnCCt Hie mileage m- Lincoln Ave., Anaheim, dim Wednesday. ,..jtr,r r,f n Homnnctralnr WEAVER -- M.lrv E.. iS, of 629 Linn cator ol a uemonsirator ^ vc , ^icd Wednesday nHnl WHITE -- Marvin V., n, of 21811 Car- tULlt lerik Ave., died Thursday. TVTATT"^" C5!T-TTT3ca ·1-NurXV i SdfXXJT'^iO me Fellows 8, Stewart Uuhbard . . Pier 15, Nav. Sta. ss Pier 15, Nav. Sta. Isbcil .... Pier 15. Nav. Sla. nninoton B-14, NSY Long Beach . . . _ Pier 16, Nav. Sta. nncr B-14, NSY Loyalty . Pier 9, Nav. sta. je . Drydock ?.. NSY Lucid ......Pier 1, Nav. Sta. a.llev B-21, NSY Manatee B-23, N5Y TffiffiKiUfc'm.1 - ' " \S united FruTM Feb 27, s'ratt e Butternut .'...^.l Pier 10, Nav. Sta. Marsh pier 17, Nav. Sta. ThSSiSSrtCNo) " " « pScLSTransort ..Mar. 1, Vancouver Cabildo Pier 7, Nav. Sta. Marvsvllle ,AI LarTM, Bojl ',hop VistWi Prem (In) S? S.C.I. Line . .... Mar. 1, San Fran. Cape Pier 9, Nav. Sta. McKcon._ . DDS.NSY^..- vSa,!^"*..TM u,) ... LB?" K 0 Line h !"° inoC0 -.. .... Maf.'il.Sn cSTM :r : ~^^r; p ^ ? W?; NSY STM v ~;~^|''f H: $ il: VESSELS DUE TODAY Cove '"Pier 9, Nav Sta O'Brien Pier 16, Nav. Sta. Vtutl From Operator Berth Cunninnham "" .Pier 20. Nav. Sta. Okanagan Calif. Ship ^Building HaKone Maru'Ua')"....'.'."."."'.'."". ".. ai TokyS N?Y!K. "show? Lm ' 200A Enoland .'.' . . B-125. pier E Koncado'r Submarine Pier Joruna (No) ....London p-ial Wilson 1 Co. LB4 Eversole .. Dp 3. NSY bomcrs . B e r t h i2. -.SY Llmburo (Du) Portland Nedllovd Hoegh Lns 221 Excel pier 9, Nav. S .1. Talljocoa ........ -- Pier 7, Nav. Sta Nermlem (Bo) Coos Bav Sausc Bros.Towlna 135 Fechlelor Pier 15. Nav. Sta^ Tappahannock .. Pier 9, Nav. Ma. Rlssne«r (No) .... Buenaventura Wesllal Larscn Ln Anr Plrm .Pier 6, HSY Turner Joy .8-3.1, NSY Slate of Madh»» Pradtsh .... Longvicw S.C.I. Line SJ r.allant Pier 9. Nav. ita. Uhlmann m ' « B uJ'u «» Texaco California (Tk) ; Rd*d City Texaco, Inc ....Shovd Guadalupe Todd Shipyard Vammen . -- Pier 15, Nav. Sta. Tfloaytay (No) Yokohama Barber Line . . 22BD Glide _ Pier 9, Nav. Sla. Wl" (Fl) " ._.. .....San Fran. Hansiallr : viasa L Tno 76 Hollislcr - B-13, NSY for ihlp Inlormatlon « a.m. to 10 p.m. Wltntrtor (6e) Oakland HsmburaAm. 153 Hooper Pier 16, Nay. Sta. call 5(7.6302. INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM)--C-IJ Long BeaChi Calif.. Frl. Feb. 21, 1HV Ex-Leader of rlan * ._, ,, /w Subdivision iMcgro Croup The foimer president of ASSKMBLYMAN RALPH Demos to Honor Solon Assemblyman Leon T. Ralph of ihe South-Central Los Angeles- 55th D i s t r i c t , and his wife, Anna, w i l l be honored guests of the L a k e w o o d Democratic Club at a reception and dinners at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in Rochelle's Restaur- a n t , 3333 Lakewood Blvd. Mrs. Jackie Baron, c l u b president, said occasional d i n n e r meetings f e a l u r i i i g n o t e w o r t h y guesls w i l l he a policy of the c l u b in 191W, s u p p l a n l i n g some regular business m e e t i n g s . The Sunday dinner is public. Reservations maybe made w i t h Mrs. A n n e t IH Hornev at 421-:i80S or Mrs. Baron at 421-8805. Guests also w i l l include Assemblyman and Mrs. Mike Cullcn. Ralph is a former administrative assistant to Democratic minority leader Jess Unruh. Me organized the f i r s t Negro and Mexican-American Democratic club in Pacoima in 1961 and by 1963 it was the largest of its k i n d in C a l i f o r n i a . Ralph has been a leader in the campaign for a W a t t s county 'hospital. Photograph Life's Basic Cell Material LOS ANGELES ( D P I ) -The f i r s t photograph of l i f e ' s basic genetic m a t e r i al, DNA, was .shown Thursday at a m e e t i n g of the Biophysical society. The photographic tech- n i q u e was explained by Jack Griffith, a graduate student working with Dr. James Bonner, professor of biology at the Caltech. The photograph was taken w i t h an electron microscope and m a g i f i e d 7.,'i million times. DNA -- short for deoxyribonucleic acid ·-- is part of the body cell ti- sue, strand-like in appearance. * * * * IT WAS never before observed directly but only through X-ray crystallography. "The photographic tech- n i q u e is providing new insight i n t o how genes are t u r n e d o n a n d o f f a n d how i n f o r m a t i o n is transferred w i t h i n t h e cell," G r i f f i t h said. One gene comprises a b o u t 80 turns of a d o u b l e strand of DNA, covering a length of 3,000 lo '1,000 a n g s t r o m s -- or a b o u t s e v e n t y - t h o u s a n d t h s of an inch. GUN CHARM HOLDS 2 AT S.I'. STATE SAN F R A N C I S C O ( U I ' I ) -- One of two leaders of the San Francisco Siale College Black S t u d e n t s U n i o n was released on h a i l Thursday a f t e r being arraigned on gun charges. Jerry V a r n a r d o , 2,4 along with Jack Alexis, 25, was arrested Wednesday night a f t e r police said they found a loaded gun in a car the pair were in. Police stopped the vehicle because it had no f r o n t license plate. Alexis, a sophomore at S t a t e a n d a n a l i e n f r o m Trinidad, m a d e n o c o u r t appearance Thursday. The d i s t r i c t a t t o r n e y ' s o f f i c e said his case was b e i n g studied further. the Black Students U n i o n at Los Angeles City College was reported in satisfactory condition Thursday a l t e r being shot five times. The shooting o c c u r r e d on the college campus police said. Ronnie Lee. '12, was in Kaiser Hospital s u f f e r i n g from the f i v e bullet wounds. Police said I.ee and a friend, John Sigmund. 21, were w a l k i n g away from t h e s t u d e n t c a f e t e r i a a t t h e campus w h e n a scries of shots rang o u t . » * » » BOTH MEN 1 dived f i r t h e ground and t h e g u n man raced away, police said. I.ee was u n a w a r e lie bad been wounded, police said, u n t i l Sigmund n o - ticed blood on his clot h i n g . HP was t a k e n to the A t e n t a t i v e tract map for a 20-acre subdivision southeast of the intersect i o n of Cherry Avenue and Del Amo Boulevard has been approved by the P l a n n i n g Commission. 'Hie property is part of art arcs s o u t h of DC! Amo on both sides of Cherry Avenue w h i c h recently annexed to Long Beach. The map. filed by Barday-Hollander-Curci. Inc., calls for commercial devel- o p m e n t of two large lots on Cherry Avenue, i m m e d i a t e l y s o u t h of Bel Amo, a n d c n n s t r u c l i o n of 56-1 a p a r t m e n t u n i t s o n eight large lots s m i t h of Del Amo, to the east of the commercial area. H i i i l l i n £ IVrmits Thil Month: 1 U.73/.440 Tim Year : 1 :j 260./5S I HIW Bvti jr , (1AC-: I;C '.': :l ^ A . o . 11S.OCO. H i l l - . V D i n . ' " ,.v'-. . fl".t:p Avt\, W.200. · Li-sal Xntlw ______ N O N - R E S P O N S I B I L l f Y NOTICE Notice i-i hve.by jriv»;n by tli* u n - 'loT^is.T"! Jnlin M. f'.ornijn r??idin? at 41'" W a l n u t Avopuo. I^rnj: Uearfi. f a l i f ' i n i l n . t l i a t Hf!T th«f date of vb -T. i^O'i li" '.viij nit it" r^-pon- ,-:i,lo ftir anv debt.', n . i h i l i t i o ^ . n r o b l i g a t i o n s incurrp'i by any per.-"-nj .-:i:ff tlian tp.in-' 1 !!. I«t«l r'»b. :··;. l«9. JOHN" M. T.OMI.IM FVh. :?. 2?. March J. 19-;9 c::t) 1.B1. N O N r R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C E ' \',t.(e is hereby ^ i v p n hy th* 1 n n - . t b a t at:i-r 111*" %9 h" w i l l n'i ,!- a n y 'i-'bt. ; . li . . !)at.-il Krb. L'7. IS-i'i S:s;fM I.KV1 \VA?H!Nf!TON ¥··'..' JS. JIar. .!. I. r.'«'J 3 ' l L E I . \ O N - R E S P O . N S I B I L I T Y N O T I C t C \..i:r*' |i n*r-by iriv^n hy l'r.* u n - .!«':--ii:i'., 1 'i J.,::i; W S;tr.i-.n^" r^nl:r:s i: lltij'". l.^:i..t. h.T. N o r w a i k . i'-li'f.irn: i. -ivi: a f t f r ill*- datf of FAbvi- · 'ti y J.".:h. l:V',9. h^ w i l l not h* r»- . ... . I'.ir.-l F.'br:;i!V -".. IJfi!" . l . i i i . V W. SIMONS !, IN. Mar :(. t. !W.) i 3 t l I.nr._ Oo-jnlfli A l - r r . i l t ( o , .llli-Llt-ori':. Irtkewoori B'vd., 532.000; B. f : . Coh o s p i t a l , where it was de- _''oat Amunn'-.on. POOL KIM termined two of the slugs had remained in his shoulder, tho o t h e r s a p p a r e n t l y only grazing h i m . Lee said i h e s h o o t i n g w a s n o t p o l i t i c a l a n d t h a i he did not k n o w his as- , . . S' . tt.JOO; Aatl-.onv Pools, rcntr.trtor W. H. Winston, pool, 30« E. Tint SI . 12'XK): Anttionv Pools, c o i i ' i . K t n r R V Pnii.ili, alter atinm. L'y'i L'-* A v e , S2.6',0. _ s a i l a n t . Name Stale Penologist to D.C. Post WASHINGTON ( U P I ) -The head of a model penal project in California was named Thursday to the second-highest position in the W a s h i n g t o n , D.C., Correct ions D e p a r t m e n t . M. R o b e r t M o n t i l l a . 4-1, "has a splendid background in p u b l i c a d m i n i s - t r a t i o n a n d p u b l i c a f f a i r s as well as specialized knowledge centering on the field of corrections." snid Mayor Walter E. Washington. M o n t i l l a , a native of Chicago who attended schools in Hilo, Hawaii, before g r a d u a t i n g from San .lose S t a t e College, has served 20 years with various p u b l i c , agencies in t h n c i t y a n d c o u n t y o f San Francisco. He is c u r r e n t l y in the n a t i o n ' s c a p i t a l h e a d i n g a t a s k force s t u d y i n g Wash- i n g t o n ' s c o r r e c t i o n a l sys- t e m . H i s a p p o i n t m e n t o f d o p u t v d i r e c t o r of the correct ions d e p a r t m e n t w i l l l a k e e f f e c t i n e a r l y Mav. SMbl NOTICE TO CREDITORS O F B U L K T K A N S F t . R ^,-cs. u l C i l -- 6 1 0 7 U.C.C.) X ..... ·,. i* l i . ' t o h y LMV.-II to Ci.-.|ll H-.1 "f C '' C A u t o Wni-kl a . , i t n - r ° h i | . .-ompos.-d lit Sai i : o l n i . i n i-7 L'tl TT.'U :unt A r i m l i i i n s l e n - n UM-:.V.:l7-i ' " ' ' ' ' ' " " . .'.f "I C a l i f o r n i a . t h a i is about I" In' in: \Vilsoii. T r a i n - f o i l .-o addr'V* l;i ISi A!::-,-!.---. S:.'i!e h n i k t i a n s l . T !.. li.iiraM li-.-i i v h . - o r.vidci l:.|0nn YIM.I. V,.rli:i l.niil:i. Cun of Orally. Slate nf C a l i l o r n i a . Tl:e i'1-oneity to !··' l r a n * i c r r e , l '.ocaled lit :iO-! Kast S o u t h Stre l.onK Keneli. C a l i f i ' i ilia. Coimly Los AllKolr-s. St:uo or California. Said propL'rly is ilv.-vnlicd in iron- eral us: All stock In trade. fixtiire.1. .Minipmont anil KOOtt w i l l of Itiat \ u t o Dismantling busineiNi k n o w n l i K A C I l AUTO D1SMANTUNC, NON RESPONSIBILITY NOTICE .|.'. ..uV-l'i'Vu'.' !·' "x*N..n.' J l . . · · · .! iif .r I'.il".: Wmn.'v Av, . r,.v. · ! · : : · I ' . i ^ f ^ r i u i l l i a t :ift,T I i i . " i i v » ,.f !t- -7:h I!ii-} \\f w i l l llrt' 1'" ·*· -:,..--::i... t.-,! 1 Illly it.'I'H. i i . l i ' l ' H I . M . . - , :O.;M1'."!U n.i-iiriT.t l.v any ;^r- . i , .'.-.I .i% ,--h. 'Jil. l?h'.l. r,\iti. v. N K I . S H X .ir;. Ki), :-;. :*. Mar.-li ::. I'.wn i - i ' I . B I . . \ O N . R F S P O . \ S I B I L I T Y ~ N O T I C E N i l ' . i . - I- ;:,MV!1V Rl\,'-ll llV I I I ' ^ !ln !: 'i M r . , i , f i . r l ; i : i . tii:ll .in.T t : : « 1 . ' . - ,.f I-'1 . .'7 Ifttf h^ \ v u i n.it hft !.·.-",'. n.-ll.:.- f u r n l i v ili'l'ts. Ii:il.|l:li-.s : -.I.'., l 1 ;..:-, i llli-ll! icil liy a n j J'e:-- ..!.' , . : i i . - ! - l i i . i l l lillli/i-K. i ' i ' ··! r-ii. :'·'.. I9ia. l-.Rl'NO ru.aUM Fr-i- ·:: ? M a r r l i .!._l!lt;3J.!t) I . H I . .NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALF- No. F--U69 mi ····! l"t!i it.iv «f M.irrli. IflflS. ^' :: · ' ! A M . ::t Wp=t *·!! :':in'--» to i.-.l- f f · · - · · Sl:ii's. 1..^ AllCi'l,"'^ H ' t M l M n v I ' . ' M . f n l i f n r K l . i . I I A N ' K " K A M I - ' ! : ! ' \ \.\T!i'.\.M. ' I ' i l l ' S T \ . \ i i S A V i N i I S -VSSOrlA'I'Ii'iN'. -n T I - I ·.·· li...|.-r I V i - , 1 , , f T i l l . i .li!.-"l ·\;,i l 1 '.':! i'.iti! ,'v,-,-illri! l i .1 \ C K A W . M ' M S A M I I ' K l l . U ' A i ' l l . 1 . : ii.|..ni.i .n,| u i f - nml ii-.-nni.-il ,-'i M:n 7. l : n ; : in H,iok T2«0. I'.i'--" '.Hi'.-.' "f i i r f i r i . i l l:i-i-i.ril« "f I ' . m n u - '* ' - . H - I I ' I I - !n'i"iiiiii-'lil.'.lni'.«3 ni "iiv.i- "f .IKA.XK-n'K WOI.K. n 111:11 i n - i l j \v,ilu.-ltl. !v r,-:i^,in ,if Itie hr-.i, il if ^- ,-,-rl:lill ^ l - i l i r a u n i l s ?i'CUl-0(i lll,'!--ln-, " n u l l - - , i ,i[ w h i i - I i was rvi'iniot "ti , , u n . - l i d - .n. llli'.s in Book .M::oo:i. ' l'.if;i! T7:;. of O f f i i - i a l UeoOMhi of , j j s : u i l I^w An^eii-^ County, w i l l s f " . tit i n i b l i c a n r t i o n In t l i f t Inj^linHt b u l - iler for cash, payablft in l a w f u l inonpy of tbft U n i t e i l States of Anipi u-a, at t i i n p of pate, without coven:uiL ur i v a n a n t y . express or implicit, i,.* to titlis, possession °r the interest Financial Tr-iner i ami l l a w l h o i mi j:lvil. f Los A n ^ C a l i f o r n i a . So f a r n.i k n o w n 10 t h e Tr · a l l Imiillc^s names a n i l atl'ln-.-.-- I by l l n ' Traii'ifoi-ors for i l l ' sf'- Lot L':l of Ak-Sar-Iien Tract. In the t ' i l v of I.onfT Heach. a. J per map rivonleil in tinok n. Pac» P.iT of .Maps, in t h o office of l b « I ' o i i n l y I'.ecnnlei, E X l ' K P T Ills Kast S fei'i ii..ie- SA.M S. KKT.MAN Tnin^ferors I J O N ' A I . I ) DEAN Tran^fereft B A N K OF A M E R I C A N.T. i S.A. P.O. Box 3319 Torrance, C a l i f o r n i a 91503 Pub. Feb. 2S._l%a_(U)_bBl: N O T I C E T O C R E D I T O R S S u p e r i o r C o u r t of I h o Statft ot S u p e r i o r C o u r t C a l i f o r n i a for tlis Rl.lBKliT C. F A I I I ' . - lOstalo of X K H . nl?" In" N K R . ilivi-nsi'il. N". FimST. Nntif". is .t;iv(?ii I n tlni cri'ililoi-.i of l i i f - .-ilioyi; (ii-iviliMlt t l t i i t a i l ji'-i.-.nn.s i i ; i v i n s i - l n l l l i r - a n : i i i l H l lilt! (li-i-i"!rnt :u-i- n - i i n i r M t n f i l e t i i f i n in Ihi! of- fii-.- uf t i n - d i m i t y Cli-rl; "r to I"'"- .f-nt t!'.-in I , , l l ' A h l H I -M. K K I S T n V I C l l . I ' n l i l i f A i t m i n i . i l r n t n r . as a i i i n m i s t r a t o r "f tin- .-iliov,- i-stalf-. al his plai-o of liusuins ill a»l DM by sai 'I'ni5t. w i t h Interest to th» dat« of | "''Dated: February 10. 1065. ! BAXK OF AAfERICA N A T I O N A J j TRUST AND S A V I N G S ASSOCIATION', as Trustee K\- 7I.M. ilACr^E. TrlUt O f f i c e r liy K. .MANSKER. Assistant '1'nist O f f i c e r Pub. Feb. M. 21. 28. 11IB!I i:itl LBI^ 0 0 7 5 9 " ~ C E R T I F I C A T E O F B U S I N E S S , F I C T I T I O U S N A M E 69-3424 The undersigned do c e r l l f y t h e y nre. c o n d U i l i n f r a hilHirie?.'* al'.TLMn-* Paranioiim, Lakewood. I ' a h f o r n i A , u n d e r Ihf: f i c i i t i o u s f i r m name of H K N I K C O I F F U U K K a n d that said npnst.fl of tlm f n i l o i . - i i t i M wini.-ie iiaiiit-s in f u l l ami n-'-.s of it-.siilcnue ai i a.-; follou-: t l i d ni-'-p.-s-ary viiia-iiL-i-s. w i l l n i i f o u r iiinnth.'? afttir the lirst inihliL-ation of tins niitic'-. D a t s i l : .Ian. 31. 1063. N A N D O M. K I ' J S T O V I C I I , J ' u h ' i r A d n i i n i . - t i - a t o r of i h e nlMivn r-slal". T . i A J i H i . n :t-:ilill. K x l . f,\'-^ Feb. T. 1-1. 2i._^S. 1069_(4t)_I..I!.I. 00760 C E R T I F I C A T T OF BUSINESS, FICTITIOUS NAML 69-345S Thfi uii'ii-rpiKin. 1 '' 1%! Ijateil l-'clininry ] J K A N " KSTELIJB R. J I O R f ; A M H a t e of l - a i i f o r n i a . ^11.= Anirr-los C o u n t y : ( I n Iviniiary IS. 1060. hpforn m-. :| Stale. iK-rsnuuily appf-nrtirt Jpan Si'iP- j l o v e and Ksli-lle 0. .Mrii-gan k n o w n . i , . MIO to bf- tlif! pel-sons whOF^- 1 naliK-s are pubpcriliru. to t l i e w i t h i n i ! i - - t ! t i i i n ' i i t and acknowleileiM thpy c x i - i - i n r i l !iie .-.aiiif-. M O R R I S S I I E C H T E R N . . | n r y Puhlii: - C a l j f n r Pnni:i|i:il Office in l.i,;i Atit^lfs (.'ounty i . i i n n i s ^ i o n p\pirr-s NO Is f o i i i l i l i - l u m it l.ti.-iiifss at l i i l f . - i S e a l ) i ' v a l r - n Hlvd. Willlillu-'Uill. C a l i t n r - ' i n n miller t h e f i i r l l l i i ' u s f i r m 11:110,-; of P O I l T K I i ' K J A N I T O R I A L SKI'.! V I i ' K ami t i i a t sti'l f i r m 1-- i-oin- [ :tK,.-i'ii of t i l f - followint; p*iis(ill. ' M y ' w h i ' ^ " nain'- in f u l l ami plai-H of |t|V] : r i , » l i l i - n u e is n.1 folliuvs ti -f K.' M O R R I S S H E C H T E n Porlor 3l,l:i Av.tion J S i v l i . , \ V i l - . A t t o r n e y at L.iw l i l i i i K t t i n ' ' a l i f . 305 C a l i f o r n i a Federal Hlrlg., Dati-d Fnliru:iry »1. 138!) J5505 East Caison Street (RiirnatlirP.) CKOP.GEK. P O R T E f l l Lakewood, C a l i f o r n i a 907H S l a i n of California. ' j I'uli. Fell. 1!S, M a i c l i 7, 14. 21. 1 -... ,, i C o u n l y : i 4 i ) LHI On i-'fjlmiary -U. 1069 b e f o i a i n e . j Xutai-y I'u'hiit in and ' »-..hi.. " 8 ir-r.soiialiy appi.-ared Oorm-l k n o w n lo JUG to ho t h e ! \vita-e n a m n is sllh.-i'triiicil t o . SPS 18681 N O T I C E OF TRUSTEE'S S A L E No. T 9797 On Maivh IS. 1060. at 10.30 ·oYi.irk A . M . . nt Worlil Savinci ISMi:.. l I B u l Wil.-hlrs Hlvd.. Gardon Board Asks L.A. College BSD for 'Discussion' Tim Lns A n g e l e s Board of E d u c a t i o n Thursday asked t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and .students of Southwest College to again sit down and discuss the prohlems o n t h e campus. I K . Members o f t h e Black I t i i S t u d e n t s U n i o n a t t h e pre- j j c d n m i n a n l l y - N e p r o college in s o i n h - c e n t r a l Lns A n g e les r e t u r n e d to the hoard to ask for a c o n v o c a t i o n beiween f a c u l t y , students a n d t h r - a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Their f i r s t appearance |f:o.\n\\xv. before the b o a r d was p r i o r t o C h r i s t m a s v a c a t i o n last D e c e m b e r Thnv r-'liim t h p s r l m i n i c :"'"'' M ' k T' 1111 ''- i''-" '"-l l f o f f l l ' i a l : ilio"hiclii-'.'t ii7;Mpr for"ciisir."p'iiyiiri'ii) I hey c l a i m t h e a d m i n i s - : [:TOir ,i s m n i - o r : , , t t h e onmty :,,, i a i - i u i m o n ^ y of the i:nit-M t r a t i o n w i l l n o t let t h e f a c u l t y t a l k w i t h them and t h a t t h e r e has been -;, r --,,,- , ,, i ; l w f u , ,,,,,,-,,. : ,,, ,,,,, L .,,,.. T ,^ t ,,, ! ,.,,,,.,,.- 5;iili Dc ., (1 Of - T]1:: , "silence" from the a d m i n - -I st.-n-.-i a - . j i i p ,·nn-.-m.-i-. of the j,. n n ,i tl , ,I,B roiiowins; dn,r r ihi-,i It:-o|i-r!- s i t u a t e in ;1 ,, , ... ,,,, ,, N "' : - ry i. r '".!|'"'..i,-ii Ti-.-,i!.-W.i!-7ii Fiiiani.-lal Co.. a n.r- Pub 1-Mi :S. lUr. ., 1-.. .1, -A3 !,,,,.,.,,,,, .-,, T n , M p e i l n d i - r the ilpM liL 1 .- .. -- of tru.it inaile hy Tninrilli- l.t-d K i r k 38864 p a t i n - k ami .loan K i r k p a t r n - k and N O T I C E OF T R U S T E E ' S S A L E , i - i , , r i | , - i J u l v SO lOijr- in Rn.ik T.O. No. 68-14S3 T-!'I'«I l'aL-» 7*6 "f O f f i f i a l K-'-'-.rni On Tll'-.-iliiv. .Mairli 2"i. K'W. at ,,f I.,, s Ai, t -p|e5 Comity. C a l i f o r n i a . l l - O ' l A..M.. th'- TI O r p u r a i i ' - n ' . , f i;ivi-i; t i . .-i-ctire an indi:bti'dn-:.=3 m r a h f o n n a i . a r ' - r p o i a t l o n . f . , n i ' - r i . f a v o r ,,f W o r l d .Sauni;^ ami Loan TIT1.F, INSUMA.SVI-; A N I I T I M ' S T A^,,,-iatior. n o w I h e o w n e r a n d d u l y a|.poinl,--,i I , , , I d , - : - thiTi-of. hy reason of t h » M I . L I A N \i. KS- i p K - n p I r d -N'oV. 1'J. 136' in Bnnk Hid n-f..iidt:d in- M;.(,:;s l-am; U76 of said O f f i c i a l F.e- ' i n h e r 1^. H'li-l. a.- msli'. ^'·.. :;: ':; \- M-'ird?. w i l l sell at public aucuon :o O r a t i o n to the BSU's 14 of 1-- A"-'" C.-.lifoniia W I I . I , .SKI.I. AT I'lT.- · I . I C A f l ' T I O N T O I I I U I I K S T BIlJ- ;I.lKR K i l l ; l.-ASII i p i a y n l i l ' - al tlllli: of wilo i n l a w f u l i! '·d .S!.-i;--si at t h f I/.s A I I L - - I I - - r i . i i n : v I ' . n i r t h n i i - i - . i r-Ui W.v; Firsl Str,-:t. Ijis A n t . paid Cottn'y .Sta:-2 of Ca::forn:a. Planning Hoard M cell us* Moved ~ lo Afternoon M e e t i n p of the Long Beach P l a n n i n g Commission on T h u r s d a y , M a r c h iillT ' to An-'- f'.r t h e l by .-;,i D . ip.il .-uni of -nn-.v. i f n n v . -.i.i Dred. and .·ni-..liil.r:lllfi-.--. I- p.iv lh« niitii-r l:',i '···rni-t 'o ,,f Tn'i.-i. i,.- ,!''!',,!. 1 '" 1 "'"' n!i-re.'t !·.'· in TP.AN.S-WilP.I.D t - ' I N A N C I A I . CO.. , , ' , v , d " - d . ' a l i v a n , - . - s ,f a n y . und.-r B . M It.Dr-.F.D c n K E X B E R r t 1 h.i u-nns f .-aid Deed ot In;.-!. A s i i s t a n t ^ct-re'.arv .fo'-s, iihai-K'-.-t nnd. "synfi-i ^f i l l " f v h ;'| ;^ u ^ r 7 1%0 1:11 I.BI. 6, will be at 3 p.m., in- .hy fiiid'riwi of T n i , - i . ' " , T n u^m\AT^v^\-A*rv- 1 i The beneficiary u n d e r pan! Peed 1 ° " HOM IT MA^ CO.M. r.t.^ . l o t Tni.st. by reason uf a hr,-a.-!i or X n i i c n ii hereby ;ivcn that nn I d e f . - i i l i l ill tlic obligations seui.-i-d Marcli 4. l'J»9. at 1 ..') P.M. a pi:Dlln stead of the u s u a l t i m e of 9 a.m.. C h a i r m a n Donald \V. P h i l l i p s a n n o u n c e d T h u r s d a y . The a f i o r n n n n session was c a l l e d so commission m e m b e r s c a n p a r t i c i p a t e in the C h a m b e r of Commerce's n i n t h a n n u a l Congress f o r C o m m u n i t y | Progress, which begins at i 8:30 a.m. on March 6 in i i ' a i l n e o i g a o s fvun . - . . ' t h i r - h y . hfrptofore executed :,n.| .s-i'.o will h hold a! f l t y Tow. lh..n 'ilohvoi'oil to r i i c u n d o r s i p i r d a San Francisco St.. I..inc i.-;u-h. (.ai- ' w r i t t o n P o i - l a r n t i o n of D e f a u l t and i f u r n i a to sell for i-af'n t n e follow- I)iniand for Sale and i v r i t t o n n.,- inc collateral, t i - w i t : 19til Caillllan ; : | ,( brnai-ii -ind of i - i e c t i u n to Conv.-rlible. Serial Nv n t P 0 2 0 i o j :c;uifi. l h , . iiiid.-rsifimil to i:ll sani Jaiil collateral hoinc held 10 swurn i f . p c n v to ^ · i l l - f v ^ a n i o l . l m a t i . ' i i ^ . an i i l i l i ^ - a t i o i : ari.-illS lltui-'r a r e t n i l · mid th.-realtor. ,,n Scpti'inlnT -':: i n s t a l l i n c n t s.v\inty .icroeinonl (cpn- ' 1'ti;-; tli.. nndcrsinnod cansi-d Fan! d i l i o n a ] sal.' c o n t r a c t ) lioid by ,, r of broach and of o l i v t i o t , :.i f..'tii'ral Motors Acceptance Corpo- · h o i.-corded in book MUMn. |i:ii;o ralioi; as scciirod |iarty. .-'aid lutblii) i'li'.l of ^ a i - i O f f i c i a l Itecords. - . - i l o is to lio roininctcil aiToniinK t o i I l - t t o Frbrnarv ''."i 1%0 i l i o laws of '.lie citato o f C o n n e c t i ' T l : - T I Corporation (or ..-in c.cni'ral Motors AiToptanci ! C a l i f o r n i a i . a. c. f o r m e r l y . [Corporation reserves trie ripju to Tillo. ItiKttranco and TrtiU the Elks Lodge. company aa said Tntsteo. Ky ROBERT N. APODACA ICorpoi-atmn rose bid at t h i s s.ile. I Feb. 25, JIar. 7, 14, 1369 (3D Mil. GENER.U, MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION Pub. Feb. :S, 1S60 (It) LRl.

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