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Star-News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1957, Pasadena, California m_ fTM-NIWt Mcrch Sordines Disappearing Famed Cannery Row Fading By WILEY MAIONEY Up Staff Correspondent MONTEREY. The sardine has all but disappeared along the Pacific Coast and today "cannery row" Is quietly fol- lowing the fate of the fish. The "row" which John .Steinbeck made famous no longer imbibes "old tennis shoes" whiskey In flat bot- tles from Lee Cheng's and then hangs "suspended out of time In a silvery light" The spot where the can- ners once worked night and day to keep up with the tons of silver-sided pilchards is now strangely quiet. Only five of the once-thriving score or more plants still pack fish. Gone, like ,the sourdough gold miners, along the Sacra- mento, Russian and Ameri- can rivers, are those who Jived, loved1 and brawled along Cannery Row in the the corrugated steel sheds, rusting machlh- business is to liquidate the properties. There is specula- tion that the potentially val- uable sea frontage in the re- sort area may before long see the encroachment of lux- ury motels. Gone then, Indeed, will be the days of the, "Palace Flop- house" with Its happy-go- lucky residents, Mack, Hazel and Gay. Gone, too, will be the Sam Malloys who hung lace curtains In their boiler homes .and rented sleeping places In rusting steel pipes. Gone, too, Is the hero of Cannery Row. The Pacific Biological Laborator- ies, owned; by the late Ed Bieketts, to whom Steinbeck dedicated his book, has been sold to Harlsn Walking, a school teacher. Establish- ments like Dora's "Bear Flag" restaurant have long since faded The company which now holds nearly half of the old ery and the incmdes-as-stockholders. to keep up with the harvest George Leutringer, Wesley County from the sea.. Approximately half the row now is held by the Cannery Co., which is not in the fish business. Its Dodge, County Supervisor Tom Hudson and Leo Hart of San men to turn up then- noses at "old tennis shoes." "We'd naturally like to see something nice for Monterey come out of said Leut- zlnger, "but for the tune be- ing we've got to live and pay our taxes. We have no plans of our own for any develop- ment." The old San Carlos Can- nery burned down last Thanksgiving. Others have been cleared of machinery and leased on short-time for storage. The Monterey Fish Products Co. has been leased to a rug cleaner. The Atlan- tic Coast Fisheries is rented to a manufacturer of back packs for outdoorsmen a gadget Mack and the boys never would have needed on their famed frog hunt The old denizens, in fact, have disappeared with the -sardines. The Portuguese fishermen, the "paisanos" of Tortilla Fiat, the cannery workers, have.been replaced -with students from an Army language school and other newcomers who no longer awake to dawns made noisy by gulls screaming for sar- dine leftovers from the can- neries. Air Force Denies Leak to Magazine WASHINGTON. OP) The Ail Force'denied today that it ha ''leaked" military secrets deli; erately to-Life any other publications. A spokesman made the com when asked about a r cent House speech by Rep B. F. Sisk (D-Cal) contendin that Life Magazine got favor able treatment on pictures o January's round the-w or 1 flight of B-52 bombers. Sisk described Henry I "Luce, Life's' editor-in-chief, a an "ardent" administration sup porter. An Air Force spokesman sai> if Sisk meant to imply tha Life was favored because Luce Is an administration supporter "the supposition is withoui foundation." "The Air he said, "did hot deliberately leak military secrets Magazine or any other publication." The spokesman conceded, however, that "through an er- ror in judgment by a junior officer" Life received photo- graphs of the B-52s taking off while other publications did not. He said that the photographs had no captions and "were rioi identified as being connected with the then secret round-the- world "All press media had pub lished accounts of the flight long before Life reached the courting "blocs" of voters. "Personally, I believe tha he people of this country ar ired of the kind of politica hought that divides American nto he said in a wee! 'lid Jackson Day speech in Raleigh, N.C. "I strongly sus iect that those most tired o hat phrase are the men am vomen who are supposed t je members of the blocs." the spokesman Budget .tween the department heads and. the manager's staff. But this year there is strong "pressure from three outside groups -regarding the Health Department, and Public Library .budgets. And, in the case of "'one of these, it represents an other test of the city admini station's responsivenes to ad visory boards. The Pasadena Library Board headed by Dean Earnest Wat son of the California Institute of Technology, has approved a library budget which calls for more expenditures on the books for the library. The total budget approved by the "advisory board is more than nine per cent above this year's library budget. Pressure also has been focused on the Health Depart ment budget by resolutions from the Pasadena Medical Society and the Pasadena Oste opathic Society urging estab- lishment of a Board of Health. Tied in with the original recommendation from the Medical Society was direct criticism of the city for not spending enough on public health. Department operations were praised. But it was as- serted that there is a need for another full-time physician, more health education and bet- ter food service inspection, among other things. As a practical matter, the city is sitting pretty on a finan- cial basis. Sales tax returns ire up to estimates and may run sub- stantially ahead of estimates before they arc all In. Continuation of the same tax rate will bring In more money because of Increases In assessed valuation of existing buildings and new construction added during the past year, The loss of telephone fran- chise funds probably will be more than compensated by other revenue Increases. And, If this should not prove true, the loss In the franchise could bo absorbed In tho jjcnerous surplus allowed In end) ycnr's bllrtROt, Hill It docs add up to slum- tion !n which n reduction In thfi property tux rule Is not cs In previous years, wards, it, Democrats Given Advic e by Senators (EDITORS: Me Wednesday and Friday of the C. Wilson's analytical dispatches for Monday. will he written durlnr his absence by members staff. Todirs dispatch is by Raymond WASHINGTON. (IP) Two more prescriptions for guarding and improving the health of the Democratic party have come from its political center. Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson and Sen. Albert Gore (D-Term.) gave the latest diagnoses of where the party now stands and offered advice on how it should face the future. Both held that the Democratic party is basically strong, having won just about all the political prizes last year except the big one the presidency. Neither shared the concern expressed by Sen. John F. Ken Mass., that it-rnus acquire new vigor to escap being interred alongside the old time Federalists and the Whigs Johnson said, in effect, tha :he Democrats should concer themselves more with truly na ional issues and less wit! Album (Continued) and even though he was the father of nine "he hadn't been told So, you see why a visit tc Barbara Oakley at 455 Orang Irove Circle was an absolut 'must." She only had four o he nine, pups up from th ranch that day and were w glad. Four as active as they tvere was a large enough order Never have met a more gen :le dog than the mother of th >ups, Schatz yon Eicken (Little darling of the She gavi us free rein with her offspring and obediently paid heed to her mistress' direction, which the certainly didn't lence the inevitable bowl o. milk routine. Want to know something ibout Rottweilers? Under the leading "A Great Hunting Dog s Neglected" Ruth Appe vrites: "The Romans roamed through Central Europe dur- ing the first century, A.D. and unwittingly made a con- tribution to modern dogdom while doing so. They left be- hind the ancestor of the Rott- weiler, one of the canine world's brainiest members. "To keep their army supplied with fresh meat while on the -narch the Romans brought erds of cattle with them. This n-the-hoof meat supply was riven and tended by dogs of a usky, short-haired breed which know today at Rottweilers, is the need for herds of live- tock vanished the dogs were bandoned and a great many rere sloughed off in Southern Germany in what later became ic township of Rottvveil, hence ic name of the breed. When Rottvveil became one of entral Europe's most import- nt grain and livestock mar- ets the dogs took on a new ole. Because large sums of money exchanged hands in the rea, daily the countryside 'as honey-combed with high- 'aymcn and bandit hideaways, 0 move their money around afely, merchants would tie icir wallets to the collars of icir Rottweilers. Although (he breed Is alert, hfelllgent rind unbeatable AS 1 ranch dog and fine Just us household pet, the Rott- weiler has never received much attention In this conn- ry. Rottweilers being bred oday arc cnlm dogs with even dispositions. They love children. Thnnks, you nil, for steering s Schnlz's way, Not to men- on tho pappy of the young rufflnns, Skipper Royal, own- ed by the Robert D. Wood' 'As for national issues to be faced now, Johnson listed poli- cies dealing with interest rates, foreign affairs, the farm prob lem, peaceful use of atomic energy, natural resources, health and the training of sci- entists and engineers. "Each of us must give a little and take a said the man who must deal with Democrats from both north and south. "And all of us north and south must give up the idea of crushing the other fellow and ramming our own pet ideas, no matter how nobly motivated, down his throat." Johnson, a Texan: with at least one foot in the south, Well mows that he soon must Watch northern and southern Demo- 'rats springing at each other ii. one of the Senate's periodic truggles over civil rights leg- islation. The late President Roosevelt who was. idolized by Johnson was helped to his election vie tories by heavy majorities from labor, Negro and nationality blocs in the big cities of th north. If this approach eye appealed to Johnson, he mus now feel it is out of date. In the Eisenhower years these big city voters havi shown an' increasing tendency to vote Republican. Those mov ing to the suburbs have been even more willing to embrace the GOP. Gore said the Democrats Must redouble their efforts to jersuade .new suburbanites the Democrats have most to offer :o of moderate means.' 3e' also emphasized his belief that his party must recognize :he political implications other population shifts. "Some areas of traditional 3empcratic party strength can no longer be counted upon with he said. "New areas of party strength, on the other larid, are now apparent, and, although they have been neg- ected in the past, they must now be cultivated intensively in :he future." Otherwise, his recommenda- ions to his party suggested ways for building a "positive irogram of action" and expos- ng the "mistakes" of the GOP. Johnson's and Gore's advice provide two more sets of ideas o season the current intra- In the'Superior Court- of.the -State OJ California, In and for the County of Los -'_... In the Matter of the.Estate ol PAUL.' DUDKA, also known FAWEi, DUDKA. Deceased, Notice Ife hereby Slven to credi- tors having claims against the said decedent to flic said claims in the office oJ th6 clerk of the. afore- court or to present them to the' undersigned at the office of attorney. ANTHONY C. TOM- CZAK, M2 South Broadway In the City: Los Angeles, in the afore- lild Colinty, which latter office is the place' of business of the under- dined In' all matters to said estate. Such claims with the necessary vouchers must, be filed or presented as1 aforesaid within six months after the first publication of this notice: Dated March 13, 19S7 AMALIA DUDKA Administratrix of the Estate of said decedent. Anthony C. Toraczak Attorney-at-Law 542 South Broadway Lot Anrelei, California Publish: Mar. 23, 30, Apr. AID CHILDREN C J Prunty, secretary treasurer, left, gives check to President Paul J. Smith of San Gabriel Valley Shrine Club Smith will present the check to Potentate Dr. Richard '6.' Bullis at the Al Malalkah Shrine cere- monial March 30 for the crippled chil- dren's hospital fund. Parking Meter Fee Rise Studied L.A. Council Free-Wheels Into Debate on Rates LOS ANGELES. (CNS) The City Council has ordered its ommittee on traffic to study he possibility''Of raising the minimum parking meter fees o 5 cents for half an hour and ,0 cents an hour. The motion was made by Councilman Ransom M. Calli- "ott, who said the price of land s rising more' rapidly than unds from parking meters are accumulating to purchase the and for off-street parking pur- loses. BIGGER AND FASTER Councilman Harold A. Henry econded the motion, saying he use of pennies in parking meters causes more break- towns than the use of nickels .nd increases the cost of main- aining the meters. Henry also said Increased parking rates Would make It possible to acquire off-street parking lots faster. Councilman Robert M. Wil- kinson told Callicott he will meet with "a lot of opposition from merchants" in trying t raise the rates.. Councilman L. E. Timberlak proposed an amendment to Ca] licctt's motion asking the com mittee to possibility of Los Angeles following Ingle wood's example and using civil ian employes to check parking meter violations.. ''We spend over to train each policeman and then put them to watching park- ing meters. In Inglewood they have women; some of them real dolls so it Is a pleasure to get an overtime Timberlake said. TELLS EXPERIENCE Wilkinson seconded Timber lake's amendment and Timber lake asked permission to tel the council what happened to his wife in the Crenshaw dis trict. "She parked before a meter that still had 20 minutes on i and a big 6-foot cop, if you GOP Could Win Senate in Texas AUSTIN, Tex. Texaslwas discovered to be bankrup ould throw control of the Jnited States Senate to the Re- after he announced his candi dacy. He -said this was the ublican party in a special elec strongest point in his favor >arty debate on how to come >aek from crushing defeats in he past two presidential elec- ions. Pays Traffic Fines in Little Bits SAN FRANCISCO. OP) James Cannon, director of the traffic fines bureau, opened an envelope from Howard Frohllch and took out a parking tag. Then he removed n check to Frohllch for 20 cents as a dividend for one share of Pan Amor-loin .stock, a state expense account cheok to Frohllch for and a check to Frohlich for '10 cents as a refund from n stock- broker. All (tin checks were endorsed over to the bureau. However, they (olnlcd only Sl.Dfi. Cannon looked again and found I''rohllch's person- al check for B cents to make up (he difference. on April 2. A majority of the .state' Democrats are not going t vote Republican. But the Demo crats, in splitting their vote among 20 candidates, may ho give any one enough votes t beat a Republican. This would open the way fo the Republicans to gain contro of the U. S. Senate in Wash ington. The Senate seat became vacant when Democrat Price Daniel had to resign to be inaugurated as governor o Texas. His Senate term mus be filled until 1959. The last official act o former Gov. Allan Shivers whom Daniel succeeded, was to appoint Democrat William Blakley, a Dallas milionaire, to tine job temporarily. That preserved the tenuous 49-47 hold the Democrats had on the Senate. But under Texas by an elected Senator. WOULD BEING TIE If a Republican is elected, i will give the Democrats and Republicans a tie. Vice Presi dent Richard M. Nixon can break the tie with his vote anc et the Republicans reorganize the Senate. Months before Daniel, re signed, the Republicans an nounced that Hutcheson, a 41-year old Houston attorney vould be their candidate. President Eisenhower en dorsed him and he has been campaigning as no other Re- publican candidate in Texas be- ore him. J. J. Antoine Sr., of Bastrop, ntered as a Republican, but he Texas party disowned him md labeled Hutcheson as its man.. the Democrats realized at ince what might happen. They undertook in the current ses- .ion of the state legislature to change the special election law. The law provides that the man who gets the most votes vins. The attempt to change he law and set up a run-off ictwecn the highest Republican nnd the highest Democratic lamllclates failed. There are few real Issues In he election. All the candidates, ncludlng Republican Hutchc- on, think the federal budget hould bo cut. One of Ihe fiA uui UL replaced 593.65 and others Expend most widely- nown Democratic comlldntes, I S. Congressman at large Martin Dies, contends ihnt ho the only man In the race vllli congressional experience. Clyde R, Orms, ol Dallas, since it .helps him ..understant others in a bad financial plight Although Texas votes over whelrningly Democratic in state races, President Elsenhower has carried the state in the las two presidential elections. So Republican Hutcheson i: making a pitch toward "Eisen hower Democrats." His biog raphy, -beneath a picture of his family gathered outside a mod est home, says: "He married Caroline Brown lee of Austin. They have four boys, ranging in age from 15 to the eight-year old (born on Ike's brith years twins- Board (Continued) strips. He received votes WILLIAM E. PANKEY JR.: Total expenditures, ?488.65 to date, with some minor bills y6i to be paid. Candidate itures included in rent, tor direct mail cards, J288.2C for newspaper advertising, and 5120.45 for other items. He re ceived 796 votes. CHARLES H. AYRES: Total expenditures, of which the candidate put up and others Expenditures were for direct mail advertls- ng, for newspaper ad- vertising and for bumper strips. He received 453 votes IRA ISAACSON: He reported only that he had put in campaign. Nd breakdown was filed. He received 88 votes. WILLIAM L. SEDIVIA: He ailed to return the question- naire. Mrs. Sedivia said by tele- phone that she thought the only expenditure was about or a newspaper advertisement. ie received 129 votes. Seventh District: A. RAY BENEDICTi.Expend- turcs totaled all of which was spent on one news- paper advertisement. He re- ceived 9.325 votes. 'AID HIMSELF JOHN H. HAYES: Total ex- penditures, all of Which put tip by the candidate. Of this went for news- mper advertising and or such other items as blotters. ic received votes. Walter Dorn, chairman of the 'citizens' committee" which Is- iucd the candidates' qunllllca- Ions brochure on election oyo, wns asked (o file n statement oj his committee's expenses. He nlil he would take the mntter up with tho committee. When hocked on Thursday, ho said he committee was still unde- leted on whether to make pub- ic these figures, will pardon the expression, rushed out and asked her if she ha'd put any money in. "She said, there were 20 minutes left and he told her in no uncertain terms she had better put in some money. "Now I- don't think we should have big. policemen hiding in doorways watching parking meters to see if (Too- pie put pennies in Timberlake said. The council approved both the motion and the amendment after Councilman John land said the one-cent meter sometimes served to create a faster turnover because people put a few pennies in and then rushed out of a store to move their .car. 'FBEE EIDERS' DISCUSSED Sometimes they don't come back fast enough to have to pay a overtime ticket, he added. Holland spoke of the "free rider" who cruised around the streets looking for meters with time left on them and said the nickel minimum would increase this practice.' Councilman Harold Harby asked Holland if lie was seri- ous In saying people looked for meters with the time left to save a penny and Holland said it was true, that these people apparently believed in the saying, "A penny saved Is a penny earned." Councilman Gordon R. Hahn said a proposal to use tokens instead of coins was being con- sidered by the traffic depart- ment and Harby suggested this might result in the manufac- ture of millions of slugs. ALL-DAY PABKEKS Although Wilkinson ex- pressed doubts when Callicott first made his motion, feter in the debate Wilkinson said a higher minimum might prevent clerks and other employes from parking all day along the 'curbs and open Up the curb meters for customers. The discussion started over a council recommendation au thorizing the purchase of 72 parking meters fop use in the Reseda parking meter area. LEGAL ADVKnTlSEMENT 44744 448Z1 NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PHOBATE OF WILL No. PASA P16124 In the .Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of FRED J. KETTLER. Deceased. Notice-is hereby given that, the petition of, JOANNA A. FRUSH, ilso known--as MRS. JOANNA A. FRUSH.for the Probate of the Will )f the above-named deceased and for the Issuance of Letters Testa- mentary thereon to The Petitioner, to which reference is hereby made for iurther particulars, will be heard at o'clock A.M., on April 5, 1657. at the court -room of Depart- ment PASA of the superior Court of the State of California, in and-jfor.the County of Los Angeles, City-bf.Pasadena. HAROLD J. OSTLY, County Clerk and Clerk of the Su- 'perior Court of the State of California, in arid for the County of Los Angeles. By C. Mitchell, Deputy Dated: March 13, 1957 Rlnehart, Merrlam, Parker Bets 723 Security Building Pasadena, California Attorneys for Petitioner SY 3-5196, RX 1-7226 Publish: Mar. 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS Fictitious Firm Name THE UNDERSIGNED does hereby certify that he Is conducting an educational business at 38 No. Men- tor Ave., City of Pasadena, County of Los Angeles, State of California, under the fictitious firm name of ACADEMY OF CREATIVE .TECH- NIQUES and that said firm is com- posed of the following person, whose name and address is as-fol- lows, to-wit: BOBKER BEN ALI, 14! No. Allen Avenue. Pasadena. WITNESS my hand this 14th dajr of 44833 NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF ..WILL No. 388580 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of LEONARD ALBERT SCHOPPE, also mown at L. A. SCHOPPE, also mown as LEONARD A. SCHOPPE, deceased. Notice is hereby Blven that, the petition of PAUL HITCH for the Probate of the Will of the above- named deceased and for the issu- ance of Letters Of Administration With Annexed thereon to The Petitioner, to which reference is hereby made for further particu by ill D. Didie, of 505 El Cento St., South Pasadena passed away March 21, 1957. A lative of Bucyrus, Ohio, he had )een a resident of this commu nity 17 years. He is survived >y his wife, Mrs. Lucille Didie; lis daughter, Mrs. Christine Shutt of Covina; also three jrahdchildren. Services will be icld at 2 p.m. Monday at the :hapel of Turner, Stevens and Cggleston, 1000 Fremont Ave., South Pasadena, with Rev. Her- bert. J. Riley officiating. Inter- ment, Forest Lawn Memorial Park. (23 S 241) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 44743 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. PASA PI6031 In the Superior Court or the State f California, in and for the County f Los Angeles. In the Matter of the Estate of DON GORDON BERRY, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given to creditors living claims against the said de- cdcnt to file said claims In the of- ice of the clerk of the aforesaid purt or to present them to the hderslgned at the office of her ttorney, A. G. VAN DEVENTER, :m. 209 Lake Colorado Bldg., in ta City of Pasadena, in the afore- sid County, which latter office is I place of business of the under Igned In all .matters pertaining to aid estate. Such claims with the cccssary vouchers must b6 filed or resented as aforesaid within six nonlhs after tho first publication f this notice, mtcd: March 11. 1957 EDITH MAE BERRY Executrix of the will of sMd decedent, 0. Van Devenler .UOrney-at-UW ;m, 2DS I.nkc A Colorado 'aiadena 1, Calif. Y 'ubllsh: Mnr. 16, S.1, 30, Apr. NON-IlKSrONSIBIMTy Notice 1.1 hereby by ttho ndorclgncd CAROL DIANE IN- CALLS, residing At HIM N. Sultana Temple city, California, thni1 fler thin dale ol March in. 1DS7, ho will not be responsible for any cute, llBblllllM or In- urrcd by any person blher. ihim criolt. inltd! March 19, CAROL DIANB INOALLS 'tibllsh: March 23, lars, will be heard at o'clock A.M., on March 29, 1957. at the court room of Department 4, of the superior Court of the State of Call- 'ornia, in and for 'the County of Los Anceles, City of Los Angeles. HAROLD J. OSTLY, County Clerk and Clerk of the Su- perior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Los Angeles. By A. Dueally, Deputy Dated: March 11. 1957 Frank S. Whitlnj Suite 101-103 First Western Bank Building 595 East Colorado Street 'asadona, California Attorney for Petitioner 2-2011, BY 1-9961 PubUsh: March IB, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, _22. 23, CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS Fictitious Firm Name THE UNDERSIGNED do hereby certify that they are conducting a Manufacturing business at '5612 N. MarshbUrn Ave., City of Arcadia. County of Los Angeles, State of California, under the fictitious firm name of BOLTZ ENTERPRISES .and hat said firm is- composed Af the following persons, whose names and addresses are as follows, to-wit: EDWARD W. BOLTZ, 8612 N Marshburn Ave., Arcadia, Calif. LORRAINE A. BOLTZ. 5G12 N. rtarshburn Ave., Arcadia, Calif. WITNESS our hand this 27th day of February. 1957. EDWARD W. BOLTZ LORRAINE A. BOLTZ STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF-LOS ANGELESlss ON THIS 27th day of February A.D., 1957, before me H. M. CHRIS- TENSEN, a Notary Public in and for said County and State, residing herein duly commissioned fine sworn, personally appeared ED- WARD W. BOLTZ and LORRAINE A'. BOLTZ. -known to me to be the lersons whose names are subscribed o the within Instrument, and ac- knowledged to me that they exe- cuted, the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above-writ- ten. (SEAL1 H. M. CHRISTENSEN Notary Public in and for Said County and State My Commission Expires Nov. 8, 1959: Publish Mar. 2. 9, 10, LEGAL NOTICE Or SALE OF REAL PKOPtBIV AT PUBLIC SALE N0.35JS15 IB the lUMtlor-Court of the suit of -California, ilu land- lor County.: of' Lai In -the "Matter the': oi L, HALL, An incompetent person.' Notice Is hereby given tliat the Undersigned will sell at public tale, to the highest and best bidder, sub-. Iect to confirmation ol laid Super- ior court, on the 28th day of March.' 1957. at AJM. att-thu'otflca of' Frank S. Whiting. Attorney at 101-103 First Western Bank: 695 E. Colorado Street, Pasadena, County of Los State; ot. California', all the right, title and; Interest of said incompetent In and to all the certain real property situate in .the City of Pasadena.' County, of Los- Angeles, of; California, particularly .described as, follows, to-wit; Lot 17 -ot Tract No.> per map.recorded in Book 123, Page: 35, et seq. of .Maps, in .the office; of the County Recorder of said; Terms of sale cash lawful money of the United States oh con-' firmation of sale. s Dated March Guardian t of the -person1 estate of said incompetent. FRANK'S. WHITING Attorney At Law 103 First Western Bank Bids. Pasadena, California Attoincy for Guardian Publish March 13. 14. 15, 10, 18, 19. 20 2i: 22. 23. 25. 26. 1057. March, 1957. BOBKER BEN ALI STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELESlss ON THIS 14th day of March AiD.. 1957, before me E. J. LABKINi a Notary Public in and for said County and Si-ate, residing therein duly commissioned and sworn, per- sonally appeared BOBKER known to" me to be the person whose 'name Is subscribed to''the Instrument, and acknqwl- dged to me that he executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixcH my official seal the day and year In this certificate first above writ- ten. (SEAL) E. J. LARKIN' Notary Public in and for Said County and Suite My Commission Expires May '20, 1958. i Publish! Mar. 16, 23. 30. Apr. NOTICE OF SALB OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION No. 4J680 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT-OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN AND FOH THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of LILLIE an .ncompetent person. Notice is hereby given that'the undersigned will sell at public auc- ;lon, to the highest and best bidder, subject to confirmation of said Su- perior Court, on April 8, at 'AA1.. at Uie office of Frank S. Whiting. Attorney at Law, 101- 103 First Western Bank Bldg., 595 E Colorado Street, Pasadena, Coun- ty of Los Angeles, State of Califor- nia, all the right, title and Interest of said incompetent In and to all the certain personal property slt- unted in the city of Pasadena, county of Los Angeles, state of .Cal- fornia, 'particularly described as [ollows. to-wit: Promissory note dated Hay II, 1954. In the principal amount of and bearing interest at principal and interest payable In Installments of or more on the 19th day of each montn, commencing July 10, 1954. Said promissory note is secured by a deed of trust recorded ;on July 1. 1954, in Book 44959 at page 163 of Official Records of Los Angeles County. Document 445, on real property described as follows: Lot 2 of Benedict Sons Sub- division of the south 10 acres of Block Painter and Ball Tract. Rancho San Pasqual, city of Pasadena, county of Los An- geles, state of California, ed In Book 18, page 93 of Mis- cellaneous Records. EXCEPT that portion granted, to the city of Pasadena for widen- ing Fair Oaks Avenue by deed dated October 28, 1904, recorded in Book 2300 page 47 of deeds. Balance owing 1-10-57 Miscellaneous silverware Terms ol sale cash in lawful money of the United States oh con- firmation of sale. Ten per cent of imount bid to be deposited with DATED: March 14. 1957 ELSIE E. HUNT Guardian of the person and estate of the said incompe- tent person. FRANK S. WHITING 103 First Western Bank Bldg. ?asadena, California Attorney for Guardian Publish: Mar. 10, 18, 19, 20, 21. 22, 23, 25, 26, 27. 28. CITY PRINTING CITY PRINTING NOTICE INVITING BIDS FOR PLUNGE FACILITIES AT BROOKSIUE PARK PASADENA. CALIFORNIA Sealed proposals or bids, In duplicate, are requested for the con- struction of' Plunge facilities including all necessary materials, to be constructed in accordance with specifications entitled "Specifications for Brookslde Plunge Facilities Building." Brookside Park. In the City of Pasadena, and plans including. details consisting of-'ten sheets approved by the Board of Directors of City of Pasadena-, by Motion No. 19536. Specifications and plans arc on file in the office of the City Clerk of the city of Pasadena, and. are open to inspection of bidders. i A set of plans prepared for the City of Pasadena by H. Douglas Byles, Architect, will accompany and shall be considered a part 'of these specifications. Copies of the Specifications nnd Plans may be, ob- tained from the Superintendent of Parks, Room 217 City Hall, Pasa- dena. California. A deposluof Twenty dollars will be required for each set of such plans and specifications, said deposit to be refunded to pros- pective bidders when the plans and specifications 'are returned to the City in good condition on or before the date bids are to be opened, Bids shall be placed In a sealed envelope and marked "Proposal for Brookslde Plunge Facilities Building Brookslde Park, City of Pas- adena." All proposals shall be duplicate. Bids shall be received until II-a.m. April 1st, 1957, in the office of the City Clerk. At said time all bids will be publicly opened. Each bid must be on the form, required by the City as furnished with the aforesaid specifications. All bids must be accompanied by cash, a certificate of deposit or certified check or draft or a cashier's check or draft of or on some responsible bank in the United States, In favor of and payable at sight to the City Clerk for an amount five per cent of Lhe bid. If the bidder to whom the contract is awarded shall for fif- teen days after such award fail or neglect to enter into the contract and file the required bonds, the City Clerk shall draw the money due on such certificate of deposit or cheok or draft and uay tho same, or cash deposited into the treasury, and under no circumstance shall It be returned to the defaulting bidder. In lieu of the any bid may b6 accompanied by a surety bond in said amount, furnished by a surety authorized to' do a surety business in the State of Cali- fornia, guaranteeing that said bidder will enter into the contract nnd file the required bonds within said period. Each bidder will be required to file with his bid an affidavit of non-collusion.. The City reserves the right to accept any bid In whole or in part or to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality or Irregu- larity In any bid Reference is hereby made to said specifications for furfhcr details, which specifications and this notice shall bo considered part of any coi.tract made pursuant thereto. No bidder may withdraw his Md within thirty days after the 'date set for the 'opening thereof. Dated: March 19, 1967 DON C. MCMILLAN City Manager Publish: March 21, 22, LAMB FUNERAL HOME Htre, a fine service u a matter of custom not of cost 415 EAST ORANOE GROVE PASADENA SY 3-3159 ;