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Star-News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Pasadena, California COAST-TO-COAST CALL Bell Unveils Video Phone By CHARLES CHERNIS5 Vuylncss- Finance Editor It was the Introduction of- Bell Telephone System's "Plclure- plrone" and linked the Bell ex- Another device commonplace liiblt at Ihe New York World's to sccjice-ficllon huffs ncarcd Fair with another phono com- i'cailty Monday ns parlies on pnny display at Disneyland. cadi end of the line saw each other during a transcontinental telephone call. The call was placed by Wil- liam fj. Laurence, science con sullanl for the fair and science editor emeritus of the N.Y. Times. the Disneyland end was Donald Shaffer, managing editor of the Anaheim Bulletin. Later, newsmen here were able lo quiz Bell scientists in utcd some informal Both video and sound came through clearly. Charles M. Maiies, an said, "We can't hope to provide Plcturcphone service for Ihe ordinary residence anc Irostesses at each end contrlb New York the device and business office In the near fu lure hut we are hopeful of offer ing the .service In the next few months on a market trial basis.'1 The Plcturcplione has Ihroi >ar'ls, a chassis with 4% by 5 nch video screen camera am oudspcakcr, a control unit uset for (numbers are ac ttialiy tapped on pushbuttons and a power supply. The caller presses an button, then a button labclet 'V" and then laps the number By pressing another key, he ea see his own picture before It i transmitted. And he also ca choose not to send the plclur lo the parly being'called. said it will intorvic1 people who use the cquipmen au Ihc fair to try to find ou whether many customers would want the service. County (Continued) y the federal government. "tinder federal Dorn dded, "tho interslatc system lust bo completed by 1972." The proposed Foothill Free- ray, from near Hanson Dam nougli Pasadena and the San labrlel Valley to a point near he San Bernardino County line, s now part ol this system. Pennies for Cancer EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (DPI) James superin- tendent ol Mcadowbrobk Hospi- tal, announced today tho receipt ol additional funds to fight can- raised by seven Mas- sapcqua, N.Y., children who licit! a. "Penny Carnival" for that purpose. 1EOAL NOTICE OAK KNOLL BROADCASTING CORPORATION on Much ,31, SS4, applied Co the Federal Com- munications Commiulon lor author- ly to operate Ihe facllltlci ol (ADVERTISEMENT) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SAM! Of ALCOHOLIC UEVEHAGES Under Dorn's nronosal Hie TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: unuer uorn s proposal int Subjccl lt) of ihc Colorado Freeway, whose rout- applied for. noiicc is hereby ijivcn alrnn.lu oulnh. that Ihc undersigned proposes lo- sell alcoholic beverages premises, described as ON-SALE BEER Anyone desirlni Issuance of such )Ec< Beverage }opartr Contr tho i Miller. int.rotate ;ot LYDA CARTER.ELY, dfca LVDA C. Notice IB hereby'given to credi- tors having cialme agalnit 'Ihedalu decedent-to file claims. In ,Ihe office of Ihe clerk ol the aforesaid court or lo: present them lo .'.ha undersigned at the. office of-Del- bridge.' JHamblln Llnlon, M South Lake Avenue In the City of Pasadena, In the aforeiald County, which lailcr oflke is business of Ihe undersigned fin all mailers pertaining to said estate. Such claims with Ihe necessary vouchers must'bo Illcd or prese.ited as aforesaid wllhin six months afler the first publication of this icensed for the sale of alcoholic CLYDE J. BONTON, B. DEE JODS. and HAROI.D J. SNYDER Publish: April 21, 1904 ol, wllhin 30 days f Ihc posting ot this notice, stat- ng grounds for denial as. provided law. The premises .ire now 'You Can't Bat Froin the Beucli' William M. F i s h e r, retired consultant for Southern Califor- nia Gas Co., and now chairman of the San Bernardino County Juvenile Justice Commission, will speak lo Pasadena Ex- change Club at noon Wednesday at the Elks Lodge. His topic will ie "You Can't Bat from the 3ench." NOTICE OK PUBLICATION The application of Mitchell B love, Pefcr Davis, Edwin M. Dill locfer and C. Hunler Shclden. a imilcd parlncrship, as Pasa dena Civic Broadcasting Company ,o a Standard Class I broadcast station on 1110 kilocycles with 60 kilowatts of uowcr daytlm and 10 kilowatts of power night time, fed to a directional antcnn system consisting of towers ranging in height from 447 to 225'. the same facilities present] operated by Radio Station-KULA Pasadena, California, was tcnderc for filing with the Federal Commu nlcatlons Commission on March 3 The Iransmitter location at 825 North Lexington and (Jalla tin Road in El Calltorni [N. Lat. 34' 2; W. Long. US 3' and Ihe studio location he Hunlington-Slieraton Hote Pasadena, California, Pasadena Civic Company is a limited partnership consisting of Mitchell B. Howe. General Partner (35% Peter Davis, General Partner Edwin M. Dlllhoefer. Lim- and1 C. When this country launches ils'vcnus flight Ihe Mariner Ihc JP Laboratory Routes (Continual) Scholarships west porlion of this city! Further, its residents and properly own- ers offer a high degree of con- i structive activity and assistance in the civic and cultural life of Pasadena." f Area- Defined 1, Tlie North-West Pasadena As- I sociation, while nbl confined to one area, draws its membership from property owners and resi- J dents of the northeast Arroyo neclion of Pasadena. We define area as .that hounded by Forest Avenue on the cast, the (Continued) Executor of the will of said decedent. Delbrldee, Hamklln Ii Llnton Attorneys-at-I.aw ney Z South Flower Street ,01 Antelcs 17, California (C 4JS78> ublish: April 15. 18, 20, 21. 1M4 rneys- oulh I Lake Avenu't Pasadena, California April 7; 141 21. 1864 46213 NOTICE OF HEAKINQ OF PKT1T10N FOIl TKOnATE OF WILL -AND CODICIL N'o. NEP 4159 In Ihe Superior Court of late of California for the Counly 1 Los Angeles In the Matter of the Estate of UNA JANES IVES, also known s MINA J. IVES. Deceased. Nolicc Is hereby given that the ictltion of Franklin J. Ives and larvin R. Ives for Ihc Probate of he Will and Codicil of the above- named deceased and for the Is- uancc of Letters Testamentary hercon to the petitioners to which efcrcncc is hereby made tor fur her particulars, will be heard a o'clock A.M.. on May 15. 1964 at Ihe courl room of Department s'orlhcast of the Superior Court of the State of California fo :he Counly of Los Angeles, 200 tforth Garficid Avc., Pasadena 1 Calif. Dated: April 15. 19G4 ited Partner (15% and'C. Hunter Shclden. Limited Partner [15% Publish: April II, 18. 20. 91. 1954 WILLIAM- G. SHARP. Counly Clerk and Clerk of Ihe Su perior Court of the Elate o California for the County o Los Angeles By C. Mitchell, Deputy inehart, Merriam. Parker Ber Attorneys for Petitioners 23 Security Building asadenn, Caljf. V 3-S19S 'ublish: April 21, 22, 28, 1304 44825 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. NEP Superior Court, of the Stale of California, for the Counly_ of Los Matter ot the! Estate; of OTIS T. BUTLER, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given lo credi- tors having claims against the said decedent to file sajd claims In Ihe office of the clerk of Ihe aforesaid court or to present them to the nderslgned at the office of Rinc- arl, Merriam, Parker and Berg, 723 ecurity Bide. In the City of Pasa- cna. In the aforesaid County, which latler office U the place of usihess of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to said eslate. uch claims with the necessary ouchers must be filed or pre- cnted as aforesaid within six months after the first publication f this notice. Dated: April 3. 19C4 HARRIET R. BUTLER .Administratrix of the Estate of said decedent. Rlneharl, Merriam, Parker 4. Here Attorncys-at-Law 23 Security. 'asadena, Calif: 41194 NOTICE TO CRF.DITOKS No. NEP 428J Superior Court of Ihc Siatc of for the Counly of Los Arroyo Seco Channel on Ihc i' west, Wcstgate Street on thp soulh, and La Canada Boulc vard on the north. The associa was formed primarily foi neighhorhood protection and ben efit this porlion of Pasadena. A temporary board of directors for organization, elected at the April organizational meeting, arc: Emmelt G. Mickle, chair- man; Mrs. Betty C. Mickic, scc- retary; Ely Hulclierson, treas- urer; Dr. Brandon Bowlin, Mrs. Esther Hutchorson, Lawrence Swain, Dr. Jeremiah Moore, and Mrs. Mildred Moore. Meetings Planned The association will sponsor and is planning a neighborliood Information 'Meeting, open lo the public, on Monday evening, May 4. The meeting location will 7 he announced later. Pasadena city officials a nd-Division of J Highways- represenlatives will he invited. Photographic slides of both areas affected by alter- nate roule proposals will be shown, compared, and discussed We believe adoption of the Green (easterly) route, norlli of Ihc proposed'inlerchange (vicin !ty of Orange Grove lioulevarc and Pasadena Avenue) will: 1. Eliminate more delerioral Ing, unsightly and sub-sland ard structures from the area. 2. Eliminate more factors con- tributive to neighborhood blight t (loss of value to adjacent prop- crty, a railroad track to "No- The Angels Junior Seminary; Gloria J. Fisher, Bishop Amat Memorial High School. GLENDORA Gerald P. Fitzgerald, Allyn L. Kelley, Edith Klniber, Edward J. Ebodes, Brian.E. Smith, Judith M. Staals, James W. Thomas Glendora High School; Edward A.-Dyle, Claremont Men's College, Clifford T. Hartman, Charter Oak High School; Kobcrt M. O'Connell, Bishop Amat High School. LA E. Brown, Nancy L. Frazce, Donald K. Pike, Muir High School; Carol J. Armin, Holy Family High School; Lanny P. Waggoner, Occidental College; Bar- bara Y. Wagonis, Immaculate Heart High School LA PUENTE Dean R. Anderson, Terry R. Bruns, William K. Capps, La Puente High School; George Hickerson, Arroyo High Scliool; Frank J. Miranda, Rita M. Wheeler, Bishop Amat Memorial High Scliool; Cornel G. Ormsby, Loyola University; Michael T. Paine, Los Altos High Scliool; Joseph Szabo, Don Bosco Technical High Scliool. R. Emigh, Patricia L. Kelly, Rob- ert G. Oshirna, Delight E. Reynolds, Monrovia High School; Sarah A. Ogara, Alverno Heights Academy. Paul L. Anderson, David H. Brown, Jan A. Gardner, Alexander S. Giritsky, Cathy L. Koenig, Richard D. Norlon, Susan M. Rauschonbach, Nancy Richards, Pas- adena High School; Thomas T. Gufrey, SI. Mary's College; Scott M. Uwry, Walter M. Minato, Julian E. Thie, John Muir High School; Michael J. Meier, San Marino High School; Gordon C. Schlpming, Pomona College; Richard J. Sepic, La Salle High School; Ralph G. Setian, Pasadena City College. G. Douglas, Eric Okamoio, Rosemead High School. SAN GABRIEL William C. Aney, Denis A. Elliott, Allen E. Gatzke, Terence E. Gray, James L. Unger, San Gabriel High School; Linda G. Brown, Rosemead High School; David L. George, Pasadena High School; William G. Sloan, Mark Kcppel High School. SOUTH PASADENA Yuji Matani, Jan. G. Sabriski, South Pasadena High School; Elizabeth A. Wright, St. An- drtw High School. SOUTH SAN E. Ortega, Mark Kcp- pel High School; Henry Schultz, Don Bosco Technical High Ihe same period in 19G3. Loan payments received in the first quarter of 19M totalled 706 leaving a net increase ol as of March 31. Bank Call Issued WASHINGTON Feder- al regulatory agencies issued a call today for reports on condi- lions ot banks as of the close of business Wednesday, April 15. The call was issued by Comp- oller of the Currency James Saxon for all national banks the federal reserve for al nks which are members o e reserve the ederal Deposit Insurance Corp r nonmomber banks .whicl ve federally insured deposits W Illl Ill IIIH1U1I Illlllll COLORADO and CATAUINA Citizens Commercial Tnist Savings Bank of Pasailcna Superior :allfornla. Angeles. In Ihe Matter of the Estate ot RALPH W. SMITH ST., Deceased. Nolice Is hereby given to credi- tors having claims-against 'he said decedent to file said claims m the office the clerk of Ihe aforesaid court or -to present Ihem to Ihe undersigned at the office of Harold P. Hctteei Jr., 202 S. Avc. In the City of Pasadena, in the afore- said County, which latter office Is the place of business (if the under sisncd in all mailers pertaining to said estate. Such claims with th< necessary vouchers must be filei or presented as aforesaid six months after the first publica tion of this notice. Dated: March 27. 15H ANNE M. FHEDnTCHSEN Administratrix of the Estal of said 'decedent. Harold F. I'ettce, Jr. Mt'jniey-at-Law 203 S. Like Avc., 'asadena, Calif. Publish: Mar. 31. Apr. 7, U. 21. 1BC4 Publish: April 7, 14, 21, 28, 1BS4 Superior Couit of the Stati California, for the County of Suporii _late of Californ if Los Angeles NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. NEP 4457 In the Superior Court of the ,la for the Counly InTthe MatTer of Ihe Estate of CAROLINA BOLETTA A ALAND, also known as CAROL B. AALAND, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the petition of- Jack Aaland for the 'robate of the Will of the above- named deceased and for Ihc issu- ance of Letters Testamentary Ihere- on to Ihc petitioner to itary thei which r< NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. NE.P-4243 State of if Los In the Matter of the Kslate -of GEORGE M. STEVENS, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given lo credi- tors having claims against the said decedent lo file said claims in the olfice of the clerk of Ihe aforesaid court or to present Ihem to the undersigned at t1-0 Dffice of Fred- erick I. Choi, East Union Street in the City of Pasadena, in the aforesaid Counly. which latler office is the place of business of .the undersigned in all matters pertain- ing to said estate." Such claims with Ihc necessary vouchers must be filed or presented as aforesaid within six months, after the first publication of this noticel Dated: March 27. 19M F. PAULINE STEVENS Administratrix w 11 h-t h c- Will-Annexcd the Estate of said decedent.. Frederick E. Choi crence is hereby made for Curther---------.--- particulars, will be heard at ttorney-at-Law j'clock A.M.. .on May 15, 1SC4, at East Unlrai Slreet [he courl room May of Department School. TEMPLE Paul F. Berry, Anthony S. Bliss, Rich- ard W. Lang, Jcanctle L. Rue, William R. Stevenson, Temple City High School; Michael L. Gilbortson, Don Bosco Techni- cal High School; Benjamin J. Menold, San Gabriel High Scliool; ponald W. Walls, San Gabriel Academy: Michael S. Whilfcn, USC. WEST L. Carnahan, Michael N. Dole, Philip C Ellis, Robert F. Philbin, Robert W. Sutton, Alan G Warshauer, West Covina High School; Robert C. Hughlelt, 1'eler A. Knowles, Ralph P. Love, Donald R. McConville, Bishop Amal High School; Rochcllc L. Pick, Covina High School; Nancy A, Shaw, Edgewood High School. Reserve scholarship winners are: ALTADENA-Susan E. Miller, PUS; .1. Yugc, Muir. GUCNDORA-Karryll L. Nason, Pamela H. Stevens, Glcndora High School. j Dog Sought f asBoyBilteii I The parents to a 5-year-old 5 Los Angeles boy have appealed to the Star-News to help Ihem i locale a small, black dog which] bit their son Monday afternoon.] J The boy, Paul Maguire, of Kea View Lane, Los Angeles, was in front of Ray's Market, all Avenue 50 and El Paso Angeles, when he was bil-; ten by the dog. The dog, which had long hair, t was believed lo be'in the com- pany of a lilllc girl. Anyone having any'informa- tion Ihc dog Is asked i to I call CApllol 2-9851 or CApiloli 2-1409. noise, fumes, dust, etc.) 3. Preserve and maintain the atmosphere necessary for undis- traded and more complete en Joymcnt of the Rose Bowl, Mu- nicipal Golf Course, bridle trails and other Arroyo Scco facilities for recreation. 4. Facilitate General Plan im plementation (proposed Was ington-Lincoln shopping cente etc.) 5. Preserve unification of substantial, robust, thriving n idenlial neighborhood. LEGAL NOTICE On March 31, !904, Hadio Southern California, Incorporated, tendered or filing with the Federal Commu- nications Commission an applica- ion for a construction ptrmit for a new standard broadcast station to operate on 1110' Kcs., SO Kw. power daytime and 10 Kw. nighttime, uti- izmg a directional antenna sys .em, unlimited time, at Pasadena Calif. The officers ana directors o the applicant are Horace Heidi John Murray Heidi, and Gerali Horace Heidt, and its sole stock holder is Horace Heidt. The trans miller site is located at B25 N. Lex- ington and Gallalin Rd., El Monte Ca" igton alit.. and proposes an antenn height of ft. above around. Th main studios are proposed to b located at 1401 So. Oak Knoll, i the Huntington-Sheraton Hotel, i Pasadena, Calif. Publish: April 21, 22, 23, 'A. 44135 NOTICE TO UHEDlTOnS No. Superior Court of the State of California, for the Counly of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of CLEI.L D. WAMPLER. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to credi- tors having claims against the saic decedent-to fUe said claims in the office of the clerk of Ihe aforesaid court or to present Ihem to Ihe Northeast of Ihc Superior Court of the Stale of California for the County of Los Angeles, 200 North Garficid Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Dated: Anril 15. 1354 WILLIAM C. SHARP, County Clerk and Clerk of the Su- perior Court of the Stale ol California for the County of Los AnRelcs By L. Ely, Deputy David Goldman Attorney lor Petitioner 231 E. Colorado Ulvd., Hm. 823 Pasadena, CaliC. K-8144 Publish: April 21, 22, 28, AMU asadena, California Y 2-1125 ublish: Mar. 31, Apr. 7..14. 21. 1064 undersigned presei at Ihe office of B. K can Sct Bettelheim. 1201 East Main Street In the City of Alhambra. In. the aforesaid County, which latter office is the place of business of Ihe undersigned in all matters per- lalninK to said cstale. Such claims with the necessary vouchers must be filed or presented as aforesaid within six months afler Ihe first publication of this notice. Dated: March 27, GLENN MILLER Executor of Uie will of said decedent. H. K. Bcllrllirim Atturncy-at-Lau- 1201 East Slain Slreel Alhambra, California '89-3337 Publish: Mar. 31. Apr. 7. 14, 21, os ir-re DO YOU OPERATE tJNDm A FICTITIOUS FIRM NAME? If so, you complied with thl reouiremenU of Section of Ihe Civil Code, which says per- son every parlnership transact- ing business under a fictitious name must file a certificate stat- ing Ihe names in full and the place of residence of such person the member or members of such part- nership such certificate must be published once a week Jor four consecutive weeXs." H you neelected this procedure, do you realize that you not entitled lo maintain suits for collec- tion, or for other purposes, in me courts of Ihe State of California? That some one could copy your fictitious name and possibly enjo n 45398 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. NE.r-4345 Superior- Court of the State _ California, ior the County oi Lo Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate o Hfl.DA SOMMER. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to cred ors having claims against the ta decedent to file said claims in Ihe office of Ihe clerk of the aforesaid court or to present them lo the mdersigned at Ihc office of James A. Gilbert, 610 Citizens Bank Build- ng in Ihe Cily of Pasadena, itr the aforesaid County, which latler of- fice is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters per- taining to said estate. Such claims vith the necessary vouchers must be filed or presented a.s aforesaid within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated: April 15. 1S64 ANTON SOMMER Executor of the will of said decedent. Janirs A. Gillicrl fUO Citizens Ttank Rtilldlni ''asadena, California April 21. 28. May S, 12, 1S64 411S4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. No. NE.P-4307 Superior Court of the State nf nlifornia, for the County of Los ngclcs. In the Mailer of the Estate of ERBERT W. ANDERSON, De- eased. Notice Is hereby given lo crcdi- ors having claims against the said ecedent to file said claims in the nice of the clerk of the aforesaid or to present them to the un- dersigned at the office of James A. Gilbert, 610 Citizens Bank Build- ne In the Cily of Pasadena, in the aforesaid Counly, which latter office'is the place of business ot the undersigned in all matters per- taining to said estate. Such claims wilh !g to the ni ____ .___ jecessary vouchers mtisl be filed'or'presented as'aforesaid within, six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated: March 27. THEARESE ANDERSON' Executrix, of the will of. said decedent. James A. Gilbert Attorney-at-Law 610 Citizens Bank Buildlnc Pasadena, California SV 6-6061 Publish: Mar. 31, Apr. 1, It, 21, 1564 441S5 NOTICK TO CREDITORS No. NE. P-4301 Superior Court of the Stale of California, for the Counly ot Los "nethe Matter of the Estate of PEARL HANEY. Deceased: Nolicc is hereby given to crcdi tors having claims against the said decedent to file said claims in the office of Ihe clerk of the aforesaid court or io present them to the undersigned at tlie office of Rine- of the will, of said decent hart. Men-lam. Parker and Berg, 123 Rlnehart. Merriam. Parker an Security Building. In the City of from using it and DOS .t? Tnal jou should t you i amc ai Pasadena, in the aforesaid Counly which latter office is fhe place .o business of Ihe undersigned in al matters pertaining lo said estate Such claims with Ihe necessary ir'-v ancrumt aucn claims Wlin me name! vouchers must be filed or presented under fictitious firm name! Take care of this Important mat- ter NOW by having either the Inde- pendent or Star-News publish the certificate. The cost Is small, but Ihe filing and publication.is some- thing which should not be over- looked. See your attorney or your bank ,r come fo our front counter to place it. Ask for MISS PHYOR or MISS SMITH who will lake care of this, business, for you. ___ INDEPENDENT, STAR-NEWS 615 E. Colorado.. SY I-H11. 441SO NOTICE TO CUEniTORS No. NF.P-1263 Superior Court of the Slate of California, for the County o( Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY L. H. SABINE. Deceased. Notice is hereby given lo credi- ors having claims against Ihe said decedent to file said claims in the office of Ihe clerk of the aforesaid court or to present them to the undersigned at Ihe office of ils Trust Dept. Security First National Bank, 230 East Colorado; in Ihe City of Pasadena, in the aforesaid Coun- y, which latter office is the place of business of the undersigned in all mailers pertaining to said estate. Such claims with the necessary vouchers must be filed'or presented as aforesaid within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated March 27. 1064 SECURITY FIRST NATIONAt. HANK, By: R. I. Segbarth. Ass't. Trust Officer, Executor of the will of said decedent. .23 Security Buildinj Pasadena. California Publish: Mar. 31. Apr. 7, H. 21. 1S64 ,cipal bonds, on coupon ar COPY bo as aforesaid six months after the first publication of this olice. Dated: March 27, 1964 HOMER H. WOODSIDE, Executor or of the will of said decendent. Ilincharl, Merriam, Parker and Hers Attorney-at-Law Pzsadena. California Publish: Mar. 31. April T, 14. 21.1DS4 123 Security Building 44191 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. Superior Court of the Slate of California, for Ihe County of Los Cfhe Mailer of Ihe Estate of RAYMOND N. MORROW, Deceased. Notice is bcrcby given lo credi- tors having claims against the said decedent lo file said claims in the office of the clerk of the aforesaid court or to present Ihem to the undersigned at the office of B. K Bettelheim, 1201 East Main Street in the Cily of Alhsmbra, in Ihe aforesaid County, which latter of- fice is Ihc place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertain- ng to said eslale. Such claims with he necessary vouchers must be filed or presented as aforesaid within six months after the first publication of this notice. CONT, TRAILWAYS I Please send me "Why Professional People Invest j In Municipal I I I ttin'7; f 1 1 I State MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK 2374 Hunlinglon Drive San Marino, California 46202 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. NE.P-1281 Superior Court of the Stale of California, for the Counly Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate o NEI.L1E B. VAN VORST. Deceased Notice is hereby given to credi- tors havin? claims against the said decedent lo file said claims :n the office of the clerk of Ihc aforesaid court or to present them io the undersigned at the office of Bry- dolf. Gra ray S uildin Whvte. 307 Citizens of Pasa- Banlt Building in Ihc City of Pasa- dena, in Ihe aforesaid County. which laller office is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pcrtaininc to said estate. Such claims with the necessary vouchers must be filed or Drescntcd as aforesaid within six months after he first publication of this notice. 44189 NOTICE TO CKEDIIOnS No. NE.P-1285 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of Los he Mailer of Ihe Estate of JEAN CAMPBELL HALL MASON, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given to credi- tors having claims against the said decedent to file said claims in the office of the clerX of the aforesaid court or fo present them lo' the undersigned at the office of Hme- hart. Merriam. Parker and Berg. 723 Security Building, in the Cily of Pasadena, in the aforesaid Counly which latter office is the place of business of the undersigned in all mailers pertaining to said estate. Such claims with the necessary vouchers must be filed or presented as aforesaid within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated March 21. 1964 LEMUEL C. HALL JR. Executor of the will of said decedent. Rinehart, Merriam, Parker and Here Attorney-at-Law 123 Security Buildinr Pasadena. California Publish2Mar. 31, Apr. 1. H, SI. 1964 Executrix of the -will of said decedent. B. K. Beitelhelm Atorney-at-Law 1201 East Main Street Alhambra, California Publish: Mar. 31. Apr. 7, U. 21, ISM Executor of the will of said decedent. BrydoH, Gray WByte 301 Citizen] Bank Huildlnj 'asa'dena, California 28, May 8, 12. LEGAL NOTICE Pasadena Community Station. Inc. filed wilh the federal Com- munications Commission on Mai en ni, 1364, application requesting a construction permit for .in AM station lo be located and operated in Pasadena, California, on 1110 KC, with 50 KW day and 10 KW night, utilizing the facilities now operated by Station KRLA, Pasadena, Cal. The officers and directors are: Dr. L, B. Wilson, Prcs.. Dir.; Leslie N. Shaw, Vice Pros., Dir.; Belford V. Lawson. Jr., Sec.; James M. Woods, Treas.. Dir.: Dr. R. D. Nesbllt, Dir.; Rev. Thomas Kilgore, Jr., Dir.: Harold M. Plant, Dir., and Fred W. Va'enllnc. Dir. Marie Fielder lowns 10% of the and Ihe oilier 23 stockholders each own less than NOTICE OF NON-RESPONSIBILITY Notice Is hereby given lhat Ihe undersigned will not be responsible for any dcblj or liabilities con- 'racled by anyone other rhan my- self, on or after this dale. Dated this 18th day of April. 1964' JACK WILLIAM Pasadena. Calif, 'ublish: April 20, 21, 22, 1964 Publish: .April U, 17, 30.; 21 CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS FICTITIOUS NAME The undersigned does certify he ii conducting a business at 31 East Walnut, Pasadena. California, under the fictitious firm name of E. G. CARBEB CO. and that slid firm s composed of -the.following per- son, whose name In full nmf place of residence is as follows: E. G. CARBEB, 2742 St. James Place, Altadena Dated: April State of California, Los OnUApriI 20. 1964, before me, Notary Public In and for said State, personally appeared E. G. CARBEE known to me to be Ine person whose name Is subscribed lo Ihe within Instrument and acknowl- edged he executed the same, (SEAL) H fl Notary Public Publish: April 21, 28, May S. CITY PRINTING CITY PR1NTIHO proposed amendments. Clty.clcrK Publish: April 13 dally through Junt 19W JACQUELINE U, SCHOKPPt of Olrof
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