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Long Beach Independent (Newspaper) - April 13, 1954, Long Beach, California Page INDEPENDENT Obituaries R. Guthrie, 5-month-old son cf Mr. and Mrs, William Guthrie, 945 Via Carme- lites, died Sunday in a local hos- pital. Born in Torrance, he leaves his brother, Marvin. Serv- Beach; daughters, Mrs. John Lee of Palos Verdes Estates and Mrs. Timothy Dwyer; Mrs. Earl McClure and Mrs. Joseph Scharding; brothers, Williams, Frank and Philip Croake. The ro- ice will be at 1 p. m. today in.Jsary will be recited today at 8 Dilday Mortuary chapel withip. m. in Mottell's Mortuary Rev. William H. Galbraith offi- chapel. Mass of requiem will be offered Wednesday at 10 a. m. in 1st. Anthony's Church with inter- AKEHUBST Roy L. Ake-i merit following in All Souls hurst, 83, MD, of "llO Pacific i Cemetery. Ave., died April 2 in a Torrancej hospital. Born at Maryland, hej BROOKS Frank Harold came here 25 years ago. A mem- ber of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, he leaves no known sur- vivors. Service will be at p. m. today in Dilday Mortuary Brooks, 44, of 24 S. Daisy Ave., died Sunday in a local hospital. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, he had resided here since 1948 and was a welder in the oil field. chapel with interment jn Ft. i He was a veteran cf World War Eosecrans National Cemetery. ;n. He leaves no known survi- Ivors. Graveside service will be IRVING Job Irving, 74, of j conducted today at 2 p.m. in the 625 St. Louis Ave., died April 8 Administration Cemetery, West in a local hospital. Born in Can- Los Angeles, with Mottell's Mor- ada, he came heft 10 years ago. tuary directing. Surviving are three James, Arthur and Gavin Irving, i HOCKESSOX Mrs. Anna Service will be at p. in. to-iHockesson, 80, of 1211 Hoffman day in Dilday Mortuary died Sunday in a local hos- with Dr. Charles W. Mayes offi-jpital. A native-of Norway, she elating. Interment will be in came here 11 years ago. She was Green Hills Memorial Park, San Pedro. BROWJf Orin Earl Brown. 48, of 6535 Gundry Ave., died Monday in a local hospital. Born in Springfield, Mo., he came here in 1945. He was an assistant construction superintendent and belonged to the Carpenter Joiners Union, AFL. Surviving a member of Lakewood Church of Christ. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Dale McNurlen of Long Beach, Mrs. Robert Beach and Mrs. Russell Olofson; sons, Tellof and William Hockes- son; a brother and sister in Sweden. Service will be Wednes- day at 11 a. m. in the Loper Fu- neral Services Chapel in Gettys- See Health Bill Passing in Ike Rule Health and rehabilitation bills will be passed "fay the present ad- ministration, it was predicted Monday by the executive secre- tary of the National Rehabilita- tion Assn. at the opening of the organization's two-day western regional conference here. But E. B. Whitten, of Wash- ington, D. C., added that it is too early to predict the forms of the new legislation. "The present administration has agreed that rehabilitation is economically and socially sound and should be. Whit- ten said in outlining proposed legislation. Whitten said the association has urged expansion of the re- habilitation program for the adult handicapped since 3949 About 200 persons from the four-state aiea of California, Ne- vada, Washington and Oregon attended Monday's sessions. Con- ference chairman is; Arthur D. MacFail of Long Beach. Spectacular Climb tor are his wife, Mildred; three daughters, Mrs. Virginia Rodney, of Stanton. Marilyn and Eliza- beth of Long Beach; two Jack, USAF, and James, at' home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.. E. Brown; two sisters, Mrs.: Hugh Piercj and Mrs. Bert I Lightle, and a brother. Charles E. Brown. Service will be directed by Dilday Mortuary. McMAHON" (Los burg. Doctors Take Kidney Stone Hilton Denies 'From Adlai Liability in CHICAGO Adlai E. Stevenson underwent a "success- ful operation" for removal of a kidney stone and doctors said he was resting comfortably afterwards. Stevenson, the 1952 Democrat- LOS ANGELES Hotcliic presidential candidate, was Mr? Grace'E McMahon, 86. of Conrad Hilton Monday j operatedIon to correct a recur- .ws. urace iuc. ifijed a petition in federal court ring kidney ailment that has that he be exonorated of all Ha-j bothered him since the spring 2'.''77 S. Hobart Ave., died Mon- day in a Long Beach hospital. Born in Concord, Mich., she came to Los Angeles in 1932 following her retirement as a public school teacher. Surviving are her broth- er M. Bliss Dewey, and a sister, Mrs. Ray E. Geiger of Long Beach. Service today in Mattell's Mortuary chapel will be private. Isaac Can- ning, 73, of 1234 E. Third St., biiity in the boating accident on 1952. Lake Arrowhead, Calif., which cost air line stewardess Boni: Buehler an arm and a leg. Miss Buehler filed suit for damages in San Bernar- dino, Calif., Oct. 13, last year naming Gearry Steffan, boat driver Quay Sergeant, Eddy and Elsie Juan, and the Los Angeles Turf Club which oper- died Sunday in a local hospital..ated Lake Arrowhead, as de Born in Boston, Mass.. he was a j fondants. Spanish American War veteran and a retired chef. Surviving is his wife. Dorothy F. Service to-; ton's boat and was struck by Doctors at Passavant Hos- pital said they removed a stone from Stevenson's left ureter. They predicted his re- covery will be uneventful. "He'll probably be released from the hospital sometime next Stevenson's administra- tive assistant, William McCor- mick Blair Jr., said. Blair added Stevenson expects to be well Her arm and leg were ampu- tated after she fell off Mil- the propeller. In his petition. Hilton said he was not present when the pretty 23-year-old girl was hurt and that the boat was properly equipped and maintained. day in Mottell's Mortuary chapel will be private. H. Clark, 69, of 125 Euclid Ave_., retired super- visor of the Minneapolis Post Office died Monday in a local hospital. Born at-WilcoM, Neb., he came here in 1945. He be- longed to Paul Revere Lodge 326, at St. Louis Park. Minn. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; a _.. tTT? daughter. Mrs. Dorothy M. Kelly MlSS U of Long Beach; a brother. GeorRO, and two sisters, Mrs.! The Board of Harbor Commis- Claude Johnson and Mrs. James sioners Monday told its director Port Studies Cost of Float for enough to address a Democratic fund raising dinner meetmg. icro April 20. Stevenson underwent a simii operation in June, 1952, before selection as a presidential! candidate. The ailment has trou-1 bled him several times since and hie was forced to enter Duke University Hospital for a rest during a recent Southern speak- ing tour. Ennis. Service will ho at 10 a. m. Wednesday in Mottell's Mortuary rhapel with Rev. Ben Thomson Cowles officiating. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendalc. W. Lyons, 74. of Long Beach, died April 9 in a state local hospital. A native of Chicago. 111., he came here in 3939. He was a member of St. Anthony's parish and the Catho- lic Order of Foresters. Surviving is a sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Lyons. Mass of requiem will be offered in Chicago with inter- ment in Calvary Cemetery there. Mottell's Mortuary will direct. of publicity to study the possibil- ity of the Harbor Department entering a float in the Miss Uni- verse Pageant parade at a total cost not to exceed includ- ing entry fee. The board also agreed that fu- ture presentations of 10-inch Philippine mahogany ship's steering wheels would be accom- panied by a framed resolution from the board. The wheels, which denote that the recipient is an "Honorary Pilot of the Port of Long have been given to President Eisenhower and Gov. Goodwin EDMONDS Mrs. Florence Mav Edmonds of 617 E. Esther, _ St died Sunday in a local hos- British Stage I OUChy, shTcante Srftn Dancer's More So Surviving are her husband.; LIVERPOOL, England Charles- a son. Vernon Anderson foremost ballerina, Ali- of Long Beach; a Mrs.lcia Markova, said Monday that Sylvia Knighton, and a sister, 1 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall's re- Mrs Laurel Price of Torrance. ifusal to allow her to dance there Sen-ice will be at 11 a. m.jwas "the second great insult of Wednesday in Mottell's rhapel with Mrs. Dorothy Baker.- Tr-e hall authorities Sunday CS officiating. might announced that Miss Mar- _, ____ jkova could not perform on their Hl'DSOX (BMlflowor) stage, because her dancing might Bettie Lee Hudson. 37. of machinery beneath it. Burton Ave., diert Saturday, i Born in Kansas City, Mo., Hived in Bellfio'.yer for two years. t Surviving are her husband, Rus-: sell; one daughter, Carrie: three! weighs 98 pounds. Buildinff Permits Thl, M Thu year, W. O. arry, Cllfrort E. Rogers, addition, 3357 Moore, addition South Gate; two brothers, Her- bert of South Gate and Leslie Halloway, and a sister, Mrs. Lf lie Crawford of Lymvood. Termim ice will be at 2 D. m. today in the Paramount Mortuary chapel i Ellsworth with Rev. Carl Folk Interment will be in Inglewood1 p! Miner, Newport. ,5955; Western States Home Improvement ;Cc.. contractor. j Ho.ttl> Pittenser, alteration. 1761-63 P. Ethel 5700. Scratcher, two dwell IS Pacific, J7500. Spangler. alteration, Western 334 Park Cemetery. 75. Of 629 W. Third St., died Sun-i Donald F. 269 E. day in his home. A native of Clin- car, ton, Iowa, he came here in 19oO. He was a retired boilermak- cr. He was a member of St. Anthony's parish and be- longed to the Long Beach Re-, tired Kauroau social viving are his wife, Grace, a son, Edward J. Croake of Long family apartments, 155 Park, O. L. contractor: Palmer Power and Delma J. Daniel Jr., Harold Chapman, store, 3344 E. Pacific Coast, Perkins Con- struction Co., contractor: Hugh Glbb-s, architect. Pine Ave. Church of God, alteration, 1862 Pine, 5750; Everett Pope, con- tractor; Delma J, Daniel Jr. and Palmer Power, architects. EGYPTIAN GUIDE reaches top of pyramid in only six minutes to win -wager with King Saud. Guide Hassan signals victory in Photo) Ex-Premier Sent to Jail GEORGETOWN, British Gui- Deposed Prime Min- ister Cheddi Jagan was sen-; tenced Monday to six months! BALTIMORE A 19- imprisonment at hard labor f or year-old Long Island sailor died violating restrictions imposed day of injuries suffered his movements by the he and a 17-year-old girl ment. i jumped or fell from a fifth floor Jagan, head of the extreme- apartment house balcony. left wing Progressive People's Police identified the dead Party, said he did not recog- youth as David Chertoff, of Lido 5-Story Fall Kills Sailor, Injures Girl nize the emergency orders is- sued by the governor. With the arrival of (British) Beach, N. Y., stationed at the Norfolk, Va., naval base, The girl, Marian Hoff, daughter oi troops and the emergency orders Baltimore grocer, was hospltal- the country is a vast in cntocalconaition. and whether I am in jail or out Miss Hoff suffered a fractured skull, fractured pelvis and in- it makes no differencet" Jagan said from the dock. ternal injuries. Police said they Jagan faces a new trial on were unable to explain how the charges of holding an illegal couple plunged from the balcony r? iit-i i! hmr rirtiilH fillncTinn TMO Members of DAR, Mainie Will Not Shake This Year Belgium Seeks Hall C7 New Premier BRUSSELS, Belgium King Baudouin arranged Monday for consultations to find-a new premier after the election defeat of the Social Christian Party and the resignation of Premier Jean Van Houtte. The Social Christian Party lost its four-year control of the Bel- gian Parliament in Sunday's elections. Although it remains until they could question the 'girl. The couple was found uncon- High Court NLRBRule WASHINGTON The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the National Labor Relations Board may not deprive a union of its services merely because it believes a union officer filed a false non-Communist affi- davit. The court also upheld the con- stitutionality of the New York- Jersey waterfront compact :o regulate the employment of qngshoremen ban ex-con- victs and subversives. The high bench recessed until Apr. 26 without ruling on the controversial and long-awaited public school segregation cases. Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson, recovering from a mild heart attack, was absent. In tbe NLRB case, the court In effect ruled that a union rosy be deprived'of the board's only If the Justice De- partment obtains a conviction against a union officer for a false affidavit. The non-Com- munist oath is required under the Taft-Hartley law. The tribunal, in a brief order without a written opinion, re- fused to review a lower. court ruling that the NLRB has no au- thority to challenge the truth- fulness of a non-Communist oath. The lower said said such author- ity is vested in the Justice De- partment alone. Justices William O. Douglas and Hugo L. Black dissented sharply from the court's major- ity ruling on the waterfront com- pact case. Douglas said, "The right to goes to the very heart of our way of life is at stake" In the cases. He con- demned the tribunal's move in rejecting an appeal of the In- t e r n a tional Longshoremen's Assn. without giving the union a full hearing. Douglas objected that the com- pact would ban from waterfront employment a person convicted of manslaughter in an automo- bile accident or a Communist "whether he be of the cloak and dagger .variety or a paler type." He said the conditions have "no relevancy to the competence of the men to do the work" and the compact might be an uncon- stitutional "bill of attainder." In other cases, the court: Agreed to look into a Nebras- Ltgal G. Room 309. -lac, IB City oi _____ ____ BYomora County oi Loi Annlu. 8UU ot Cali- fornia, mil the Tlfhi, and Interact of Mid at the time of death and all the right, title and Interut that the eitate o? nld deceased hai acquired by operation ot law or other- wise, other than or in addition to that of cald at the time of death. In and to all the certain real property situate in the City ot Lonr Beach, County ot Los Angclec, State of California, particularly described aa follows, to-wlt: The Real Property located at 4515 East 2nd Street; Long Beach. California, and legally described as follows: Tbe east fifty (50) feet of Lots five (5) and six (6) in Block twenty-eight (28) of Belmont Helghta In the City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, State ot California, as per map recorded in Book i. page 150, of in the office of the County Recorder of add County. (Free and dear of encum- brances except taxes for the fiscal year conditions, restrictions, reservations, rights of way and easements. If any, of record.) (Bids may be submitted on said property either furnished or unfurnished.) Terms of sale cash in lawful money of the United States on confirmation of sale. Ten per cent of amount bid to be deposited with bid. Bids or offers to be In writing and will be received at the aforesaid of- fice at any tune after the first pub- lication hereof and before date of sale, Dated this 2nd day of April. 1954. CARL E. ROSE, Executor 295 North Los Robles Avenue Pasadena 4, California (Tel: STcamore 3-8391) A, O. VAN DEVENTER Attorney at Law Rm. Colorado Bldg. Pasadena 1, California (Tel: SY 6-3018) Pub. April 3 through April 16, 1954. except Sundays NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Long Beach Unified School District, Coun- ty of Los Angeles, California, will receive sealed bids In the office of the Assistant Secretary, room 217 Administration Building. 715 Locust Avenue. Long Beach, California, up to o'clock A.M., April 27, 1954, for the-foubwlng: supplies Sched. supplies Sched. supplies Sched. sup- piles, tools and steel Sched. supplies Specifications and bid terms may be obtained in the office of the, Assistant Secretary. Price, fitness OFFICIAL, CITY F-RINTINO dlrected to make a diagram of tba property affected or by pnmosed work, or improYunent. described in tola resolution of In- tention and to be assessed to pay the expenses thereof, allowing each sep- arate lot. piece or parcel of land and tbe dimensions of each such lot, or parcel of land and relative location of the same to tbe -work, or Improvement, proposed to be all within limits of said assess- ment district. Sec. 9. Tbe Director ot Public Service Is hereby directed to post notices of passage of this resolu- tion and ot said improvement, in manner provided by said ment of 1911." Sec. 10. Notice is hereby riven that, on the 18th day of May, 1954, at the hour of o'clock. A. M., at the Council Chamber in the City Hall, in the City of Long Beach, any and all persons having any objections to said proposed work, or improvement or to the extent of the district to be as- sessed, or both, may appear before said City Council and show cause why said proposed work, or Improve- ment, should not be carried out in accordance with this resolution. Sec. 11. The City Olerk staall cer- tify to the passage of this resolution by the City Council of the City of Umg Beach, and cause the same to be published twice In the Long Beach Independent, a daily newspaper cir- culated in said City and hereby des- ignated by said City council for that purpose, and to be posted in three (3) conspicuous places in said City of Long Beach, and it shall there- upon take effect. Said Clerk is also directed to mall notices of the adop- tion of this resolution of intention In the time, form and manner and to the persons, all as provided by said "Improvement Act of 1911." I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was adcpted by the City Council of the City of Long Beach. at Its meeting of April t, 1954, by the following vote: Ayes: Councilmen: PARMLEY, KEALER.SEATON.LIVeNI, FLETCHER.HTJGHES, CARLESON.SUTTER. Noes: Councilmen: NONE. Absent: Councilmen: WAGNER. MARGARET L. HEARTWELL, (SEAL) City Clerk Pub. April 12, 13, 1954 and quality being equal, first choice will be given to supplies grown, manufactured or produced in the State of California, and second choice to supplies partially grown, manufac- tured or produced in the State of _ Board of Education to reject any or i ne toupie was luunu untjun- JULU a scious on the pavement in an ika widow s damage claim against alley beneath the balcony of theifn Iowa cemtery which refused nrminiprl hv David to bury her Ameriran Tnriian said Monday that so far she s? hands with the First two Provinces. sort of traditional procedure. Miss Carraway told a news conference that officers of the DAR, which is getting ready for its 63rd annual Continental Con- gress next week, did not ask Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower to receive the members at a reception, as she did last year. Mrs, Eisenhower, Mrs. Richard Nixon, wife of the vice president, Officers Step Up Enforcement of Car License Laws With all auto registration re- newals nearly complete, Long Beach area law enforcement and wives of cabinet 'members' agencies have announced a step- stood in line for three hours and up in enforcement of current li- shook hands with 3200 Daugh- cense plate tab and registration ters. certificate display laws. All motorists are required to have the 1954 red tab attached to their rear license plate. Al- though no new tab was issued for the front plate, it was empha- sized that the front plate must not be removed, but should be displayed without any tab. registration certificate must, by law, be placed inside the car L.B. Area Students Win Fellowships Two Long Beach area men are among 144 students in the United States and Canada awarded Woodrow Wilson Fel- lowships for graduate study a place where" it can be read 1954-55. through a window outside the They are Alfred Hanson, 1056'car. Wilmington Blvd., Wilmington, a i student at the University ofi California, Santa Barbara, who will study English at Ohio State IT, Hunt Long Beach Eagles, with the co-operation of Peter O. Cotton- tail, will hold their second annual Easter egg hunt Saturday at 10 a. m. in Recreation Park. All youngsters are invited and prizes will be awarded in each age group, William Glen, in charge of the hunt, said. tier. Hazlitt, a Pomona student, plans to study history at Yale University. Fellowships, one-year awards, go to "young scholars showing marked promise for the teaching profession and possessing the highest qualities of intellect, character and personality." Ship Arrivals, Departures Amlgasan Maru Astoria Mara Ajctell J. Byles ____ Alcoa Pioneer Blue Grass China Bear Donredyk David E. Day Diemerdyk (Compiled by Tbe Marine Exchange.) ACTIVE VESSELS IN PORT MONDAY Berth Operator One to Sail For Cora E. lantlc. S10( Murray Kellogg, addition, 1480 t- JEishin Maru Fresno Star J.W.' riclfic Coast. J3000; O. I; contractor. jplebge to all fatts (Advertisement) Le't Dr. Edwards' Relieve ,191 MaKul-----........----.......Apr. 13 San .LB-10 Kokuul ._.....----------Apr. 13 Yokohama .....US Oil ___________ipr. 13 Avon .230-A Statet Marine--------------Apr. 13 Havana _-201 Marine __ LB-5 Pae. Far. East 190 Holland America ....107 Richfield Oil 12 San Fran. ______ 12 San Fran. ----Apr. 18 San Fran. ------........................Indef. ----Apr. -----Apr. ....191 Holland America ____Apr. 14 Antwerp .233 Northern Apr. 14 Topolobampo .187 Prince Line 12 San Fran. T. K. Line___Apr. 14 Yokohama l Star Curacao ..Apr. 14 San Fran. apartment occupied Finkelstein. by Finkelstein said he had gone to Washington over the week end and turned his apartment over to his cousin, Joseph Brown, on Sunday. Finkelstein said Brown was a friend of Chertoff. Finkelstein said he returned Sunday night to find Chertoff and Miss Hoff alone in the apartment. About 10 p.m., he said, the couple went out on the balcony. Finkelstein said the first he knew of the plunge was when the apartment house manager David to bury her American Indian husband who was killed in K6- rea. Mrs. Evelyn Rict of Winne- bago, Neb., is suing a Sioux City cemetery for Former President Truman arranged to have the soldier buried in Ar- lington National Cemetery. Dismissed two Challenges to a Pennsylvania state tax on the gross receipts of common car- riers truckers. Long Beach resolves as follows: sions of the) "Annexation of Unin- Section t In the opinion of the habited Territory Act of anil City Council of the City of Long' Beach, the public Interest and con- venience require and It Is the inten- tion of aald City Council to order the following work, or Improvement, to be done, to wit: Paving the roadway with Portland cement concrete pavement, B Inches In thickness, and doing all necessary grading. In certain portlona of the following alley, In the City of Long came to ask him what had hap- pened. Convict German in Love Slaying Hoffs father said was An East Ger- court at Dresder his sentenced 25-year-old ing to the "Y" when she left home Sunday night. Werner tor fatally ing his pregnant girl friend and attempting to blame a Russian soldier for the murder. Thieme was found guilty of having shot 29-year-old Anne- hese Goettlich last Feb. 26 be- cause she was expecting his child Legal Notice CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS FICTITIOUS FIRM NAME UNDERSIGNED does hereby af .he ls a Radio business at Demo Pulls Maneuver in Nevada Filing CARSON CITY, Nev. Thomas B. Mechling pulled the political surprise of the'ye a ri Monday by filing for the Demo-i cratic nomination for governor of foifowln'g as the deadline passed for candi- and addresses are follows, dates seeking township, county! and state offices in the June l' primary. The 33-year-old Reno newsman and radio commentator, the most controversial figure to appear on i B.ach. Co easlde Blvd., City of Long unty of Los Angeles, Statf under the fictitious nia. of April, 1954. g Beach, my hand thia 5th day ROBERT RUSSELL STATE OF CALIFORNIA the Nevada political scene in I COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ss years, almost won election THIS Bth day of April A D.. -04' R' H- Beach- U. S. senator in 1952. Despite the fact no one in Nevada'ever heard of him until a few months before the 1952 elections, he was defeated by Notary Public "in and State, residing therein duly com- missioned and sworn, personally ap- scribed to the within Instrument, "and only 2722 votes by Sen. George acknowledged to me that he executed W. Malone, Reno Republican who WHFRPOP T was elected to his second WHEREOF. I have after one of the most bitter I my official seal the day and year In primary and general -y ln fights hi Nevada political his- tory. Mechling previously had de- feated former Atty. Gen. Alan Bible for the Democratic nomi- nation for the Senate with a door-to-door campaign which has this certificate first above written R. H. BEACH, Notary Public In and for Sald County and State My commission expires Sept 29 1954 Pub. April 6, 13, 20, 27. 1954 (4t) LBM NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice given that the uoor-io-uuui taiuyaigi. Board Education of the Long as its basis an all-out Unified School District County upon Sen; Pat McCarran, Ne- vada's powerful Democratic se- nior senator who supported bible. Koeph SHverbeam Hoesh Sllvercrest Janna Kern Hills De la Rama Apr. 13 Yank Takes Over NATO Fleet Job NORFOLK, Va. MR. Adm. Jerauld Wright, long active in the development of NATO mili- tary forces, took over the helm Monday of the Supreme Allied Command Atlantic, history's first international ocean command. a senarate ceremony, of Los Angeles. California, will re- ceive sealed bids In the office of the Assistant Secretary, roopi Z17 Admin- istration Building. 715 Locust Avenua. Long Beach. California, up to o'clock A. M.. April 20. 1954, for the following for Child Care Prorram- Sched. Sched. Sched. Specifications and bid forms may bo obtained In the office of the As- sistant Secretary. Price, fitness and quality being equal, first choice will be riven to supplies grown, manu- factured or produced In the State of California, and second choice to sup- plies partially grown, manufactured or produced In the State of Cali- fornia. The Board of Education re- serves the right to 'reject any or nil 1 SI Java Pac. 1ST Java Pac. 4 Hoegh .-.Apr. 13 _______ ___ Hoegh ....Apr. 17 San Fran. .53 Saugenary II Vancouver _ _ Southeastern Oil Co........................Indef. LTons Gate Johnson............................Apr. 14 Antwerp ........------......._.......LE-31 Owens Park Lbr. Co.........Apr. 14 luicier -San Fran. "IT assumed command i btds ant1 to any Informality 3 Hutnemt "rigni, 33, assumed an bid Lumberlady Monterey Marco Foscarlt ini -LB-7 states Marine ,Apr. 13 Yokohama Oregon Panamolga____ Paolt Paul M. tanviic Durban Taranger Trondanger Wacoata___...... Western Vaque ------Aftc. Armamtnto Sldarasa Apr. 12 Rio Janitro -----LB-2 14 San Fran. Corp. ----------Indef. Honolulu Cities Service OH___Apr. 13 Galveston Uninn Oil___Apr 12 Port Sam Lull Standard Vacuum on Apr. 13 ,XB-6 interoctan LJnt 12 Vancouver _...LB-4 Interoctan 18 Havre Waterman 13 Yokohama .....-----107 Kaiaer Gypmm Co. Indtf, Sun ---------147 United Fruit Co.______Apt. 13 Gotfito aibo ot til2 U. S. Atlantic Fleet. In both commands, he relieves Adm. Lynde D. McCormick, who had commanded SACLANT since it was set up two years ago. Vital Statistics Births CHRISTENSEN-PINO MORTUARY AND CHAPEL Harry R. Christensen, Pres. 244 Redondo, Long Beoch Phone 8-1145 ji VESSELS DUE TO ARRIVE MONDAY wnen you Ye Berth From operator Bested food starts to decay In your Edward Luckenbacu J2S-E..........Brooklyn Luckenbach __ Intestines. This Often causes gas, o. A; Knudsen 97 ........................Melbourne Knutsen Line bloat, bad breath and lack Of ncn. Anc. Michalinos Ltd. cororr Saris AM Cflnunanttr Doe To Sail Mr. Ave.. Dr. OH Santa 51 safe pure-vegetable formula ------Buenaventura Grace VESSELS DUE TO AHItlVE TODAY Olive Tablets start Nature's Africa Maru 145 action In BOTH upper and bowels. They clean put poisonous waste and gassy bloat from the en- Marymir ttre Intestinal tract. Olive "a give more natural-Wee movements, IiraSSa too. No purging I No griping! union 179------ From Operator ...................Kobe states Marine ____........Recife o. S. K. .Line ___.......Tacoma Union Oil --------Portland General Pet. Corp....... -------Mizatian S. Star Shlppc. Co. ----Baltimore Calmar Unit _______ ___Richmond Texaa Co. ________ Bay General Com Brit. Amer. Oil Co. _ ------Aupuleo ChllM. No. Pac. _ Doe To Soil ------.......Apr. IS ._......----Apr. U ----dpr. 13 ----Apr. 14 14 -Apr. It 14 14 __ _ -Apr. 14 April 8. Garden Grove, and Mrs. James. 433 Hesperian St.. Santa Ana. April 9. Fnlltrtoii Cottmce HMfltal nnd Sirs. Vecfion. 508 N. Ward St.. La Habra. boy. April 8. and N. H.. 4920 Tobias St.. Pico. jflrt. April 9. Pmbytrrlu Hospital. and Mrs. Kings Rd., April 9. Newport Arthur, Beach, 1520 an, St." Bmpiial. Mr. and Mrs. W. Porter St.. Fulltrton. Hrl. April S. ilr. aud Mn. Alfral. St.. Ana. jalfl. Apia Mr. and Mn. Ucimaa, 1U. 1, I-ONG TJNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT By BERTHA PARSONS. Asst. Secretary, Pub. April 6. 13, 1954 Notice Is hereby riven the un- dersigned, Marian Keeton, residing at 776 Truman Boyd Manor. Long Beach. California, that after the date of April 13. 1954, she will not be responsible for any liabilities or obligations incurred by any per- other than herself. Dmted April 10. 1954.______ (Signed) MARIAN KEETON Pub. Apr. IS. 13. 14, 1954-------------- (in, April a. NOTICE .OF SALE OF MEAL. PHOPf-RTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. P.12M8 In the Superior Cnurt of tbe State of California, to and for County of Los Anrelea. In the Matter of the Eitate of JENNIE KDNA HATES. Oeeeaaed. Notice la hereby given that the undenljraed will at pro- posed to be annexed to the City of Long Beach be and the same Is hereby designated as "Increment 136 Territory Bounded by Seventh Street, Bellflower Boulevard, and Pacific Coast and that said territory shall be referred to by such designation In the proceedings for such annexntion. Sec. 3. That the real property com- prising said territory proposed to be annexed to said City of Long Beach Is uninhabited, is contiguous to said City of Long Beach, does not now form a part of any other municipal corporation, la located In the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and Is more particularly bounded and described as fallows: Beginning at the Intersection of the southerly line of "Incre- ment 40 East Seventh Street Strip" to the City of Long Beach with the easterly line of Bell- flower Boulevard (formerly Som- erset Avenue) 80 feet wide as described in deed to County of Los Angeles recorded in Book 13910, page 4t ot Official Records In the office of the Recorder of the County of Los Angeles; thence southerly along said east- erly line to the northeasterly lino of the parcel of land as described in deed to State of California (Pacific Coast Highway) recorded In Book 1G273. page 17 of said Official Records; thence south- westerly In a direct line to an angle point in the boundary of said city as same existed on March 22. 1954 (at the intersec- tion of Pacific Coast Highway and Manila thence northwesterly and easterly along said boundary to the point of proposed" have signed and filed with the Clerk of tlie City Council of the City of Long Beach a written petition for said uiprova- ments and a specific waiver of the Investigation proceedings under mid and Highways Code, known and designated as the "Special As- sessment Investigation. Limitation and Majority Protest Act of 1931." and that therefore said City Council has elected to dispense with the investi- gation proceedings and report pro- vided for In Division 4 of said and Code. Sec. 7. for the aforesaid propoaed work, or Improve- ment, shall taken under and pur- suant to that portion ot add Street. and Cod' known and Act ifotic :e is hereby given that beginnin Sec. 4. ______ ____ on Tuesday, the 18tli day of May 1954. at the hour of o'clock, A. M., at the Council Chamber In the City Hall, in the City of Long Beach, any and all persons owning real property within such hereinabove de- scribed territory so proposed to annexed to said City of Long Beach, and having any objections to such proposed annexation, may appear be- fore said City Council and show cause why such territory should not be so annexed to said City. Any such protests against the proposed annexa- tion must be in writing, shall the name of the owner of the prop- erty affected and the description and area of the property in general terms. See. 6. The City Clerk Is hereby directed to cause a copy of this reso- lution to be publlshei opy d at least twice. but not oftener than once a week, in the Long Beach Independent, a news- paper rf general circulation published In the City of Long Beach, and also publish the same at least twice, nut not oftener than once a week, in the Bellflower Herald Enterprise, a news- paper of general circulation published outside "of the City of Long Beach but In the county in which located the territory proponed to be annexed to the City. Said City Clerk is here- by directed to effect the completion of such publications at least twenty days prior to said Hay 18. 1954. See. 6. The City Clerk It hereby directed .to written notice of the proposed annexation to be mailed to each person to whom land, within the territory described hereinabove proposed to be annexed, assessed in the last equalized county assess- ment roll of the County of An- geles available on the date of tfie adoption of this resolution, at the address shown on said assessment roll, or as known to the City Clerk, and to any person who haa filed his name and address and the designa- tion of the lands in which he. any Interest, either legal or equita- ble, with said Clerk. Said CltyClerk Im hereby directed to give such no- tice not less than twenty days prior to said Hay 18, 1954. Sec. 7. The City Clerk shall certify to tbe passage of this resolution by the City Council of th. City of Lone Beach and cause the came to IM posted In three conspicuous places in the City of Long Beach and It shall thereupon take effect. I hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was adopted by the City Council of the City of Long Beach, at its meeting of April 1SB4, by the following vote: Ayeu: Councilmen: PARMLEY. KBALBH.SEATON.LIVONI. FLETCHER.HUGHES. CARLESON.SDTTER. Noes: Councilmen: NONE. Absent: Councilmen: WAG' MARGARET (SEAL) Court, on or after tha 36th day of Bee, t. City XaffaMW btttby Pub, April IS. K, 1JM ;

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