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OUT OF TOWN.
Correspondence From Several
What is Going On Near Long
Items Gathered From the Vicinity of
Notes and Personals Picked Up at Santa
Monica—Occurrences at the
Correspondence of the Herald.
Owing to the entertainment of the
public school Friday night, the Nation
alists held their regular meeting one
night earlier (Thursday night), so as not
to come in conflict with the school exer
cises. Not having sufficient time to
properly notify the members of the club,
the attendance was not near what it
would have been otherwise. The exer
cises opened by Miss Myrtle Webster
playing a difficult solo on the piano in
brilliant style. The secretary, Mr. I'ille
then read the minutes of last meeting,
followed by a recitation by Mr. Bush.
Mr. Webster then showed the advan
tages that would accrue to the people if
municipalities owned their own public
works, as exemplified in the city of Glas
gow. The club is very strong in num
bers, and all the prettiest ladies in Long
Beach are amongst its members. There
will be an interesting discussion next
meeting night, on the 28th inst.
The annual examination of the pupils
of the Long Beach public school was
concluded Thursday. The general
averages of the scholars were gratifying
in the extreme. The tabernacle was
filled with the friends of the pupils of
the public school, who gave an enter
tainment there Friday night. The ex
ercises were of the highest order, and
many of the scholars astonished their
friends by their proficiency. The Long
Beach public school is under the charge
of Professor Trowbridge, with Mis* Mary
Holmes as assistant. The following was
the order of exercises :
Invocation, Rev. R. M. Webster;
song, "0 Glorious Land," school; essay,
"Evangeline," Lila Castle; song, ••The
Lullaby," Mattel Stanton; recitation,
"Caleb's Courtship," Charles Holdredge ;
song, "The Postman," primary school;
revolutionary war class exercise—cause,
Jessie Dunn; around Boston, Lila
Castle; around New York, Maud Pratt;
around Philadelphia, Archie Price;
Burgoyne's invasion, Frank Wingard;
events in the south, Eddie Cryer; siege
of Yorktown, Charles Holdredge ; vocal
duet, the Misses Cuthbert; recitation,
"fHi>w Persimmons took Careof de Baby,"
'Maud Tratt; song, accompanied with
violin, Alaska Young; essay, "A Little
Girl's View of Life in a Hotel," Nina
Cuthbert; essay, "Patriotic Influence of
the Flag," Eddie Cryer; song. "The
Summer Time is Coming," school.
Lena Cuthbert's recitation captured
thei-ouse. It was replete with local
"bits," and was among the best of the
esrenlflg. The young lady is possessed
•if great talent.
A carload of pipe was brought to the
beach Thursday for the purpose of sup
plying the pavilion and campers on the
beach with water. The Development
Company lias alloted a very fine location
free for campers, just west of the wharf,
and close to the bath houses and pa
Mr. G. H. Castle is building an addi
tion to Mrs. Pratt's house.
There were nine carloads of barley
shipped from the Alamitos warehouse
last week to Mr. McDonald, of Wil-
Mrs. J. H. Smith and sister, Miss
Blanche Brown, have gone to Wisconsin
&>r the summer. They will visit Chi
cago and Dakota before returning.
Mr. George Stimpson, secretary of the
Security Loan and Trust Company, of
Southern California, has moved his fam
ily here for the summer.
Councilman Bristol and family, of Pas
adena, have taken possession of their
house on Linden avenue for the sea
Councilman Van Dusen, of Los An
geles, has rooms in the Wilson block,
American avenue, for the season.
Mr. Nat. C. Browning and family have
also taken rooms in the Wilson block
for the season.
Mrs. Rose Ramsdell, of Los Angeles,
is visiting friends at the house of Mr. J.
Ex- Public Administrator Decker and
family are occupying their house on First
street for the summer.
Mr. Frank Settle, of Los Angeles, vis
ited the beach last week.
Mr. T. Creightou and wife are stop
ping at the beach.
Mrs. Juana Neal, of Los Angeles, with
her family, have rented the Ducommun
house, Ocean avenue, for the summer.
Mrs. Oilman and Mrs. Woodside, of
Pasadena, are here for the season.
Mrs. Rarick and daughter, of Downey,
are here on a visit.
Mrs. M. Hester, of Pasadena, is here
tor the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Blair, of Rochester, N.Y.,
will spend the summer at Long Beach.
Mr. Clyde Gibson, of Chico, is here
visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Hart.
Mr. Thomas Banbury, of Pasadena,
visited the beach on business last Wed
Mrs. Snyder, of Pasadena, is occupy
iing'her house on Locust avenue, with
9fag. Smith, of the same place.
The following ladies and gentlemen
are guests at the "Flying Fish" cottage:
Dr. Huckins and wife, J. A. Shields and
wife, B. F. Crawley and wife, J. H.
Rushead and wife, Rosa Watson, Miss
Ida Wright, Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mr.
H. W. Buford, Los Angeles; Miss
Mamie Huff, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs.
Shotwell, Pasadena, A. Greening and
C. Elikan, city. Nemo,
Long Beach, June 14th.
Notes and Personals Gathered on the
Correspondence of tiie HERALD.J
Misses Jennie and Katie McCarthy
are spending a few days here with their
sister, Mrs. Dan Moriarity.
Dr. Burbank and wife, J. L. Prlndee
and family,l.C. Demingand Albert Rock
well were noticed on the sands. .
W. A. Colwell, of the firm of Fowler
A Colwell, is spending a few days here,
the guest of his friend, Prof. Goodman,
The gentleman, who has been over
worked of late, finds the sea air very
Quite a number of cottagers came
down in the last few days and took
possession of their summer homes.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1890.
Among them were Mr. Denby and fam
ily, Los Angeles; W. H. Perry and wife,
East Los Angeles; John Meade and
E. A. Ray, our popular station agent,
left us today, he having been advanced
to the position of chief clerk in the San
Bernardino agency. His many friends
here regret exceedingly his departure,but
heartily congratulate him upon his pro
motion. David H. Smith, who has been
assistant heretofore, has been promoted
to agent, a most excellent and popular
appointment, Mr. McClerken being ap
Quite a number came down to enjoy
the day and listen to the music on the
esplanade. The children were out in force
and enjoyed the day's outing immensely.
The bath-houses were liberally patron
ized, all seeming anxious to take a dip.
The merry-go-round started today, much
to the delight of the little ones, who
were anxious to spend their nickels to
' take a ride. The Arcadia opened today
for the summer season, which promises
I to be brilliant at this popular hotel.
The late arrivals at Mrs. .1. P. Nel
i son's house, in the Boeheme block, are :
J. Atchinson and wife, A. Bixel and
I wife.and Mrs. Jones, Los Angeles; Geo.
'A. Wallace, J. Wiley Wallace, Walter
| Wallace, Miss Estreila Wallace, Alan
-1 son Wallace, and J. C. Wallace and wife,
, Alhambra, Cal.; A. L. Monohan, G. C.
I Michener, J. Nelson, Rev. Bailey, PaSft
! dena; Chas. Miller and A. Thain, Chi
cago, 111.; Mrs. Parks and daughter,
Washington, D. C, and Dr. J. McCoy.
J. C. H.
Santa Monica, June 14.
Items Gathered in That Charming
Correspondence of the HERALD, I
W. G. Allen is in San Francisco.
B. C. Whitlock left a few days ago for
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Rev. Selah W. Brown returned home
from Santa Barbara Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Law, of Denver,
Colorado, are visiting at Dean Chering
Mrs. S. B. Woolpert, of Glendale,
spent Monday visiting friends in this
Milton Thomas and wife, of this
place, left last week with a party for tiie
IL E. Orne, who was recently hurt in
the Santa Paula gas explosion, has ar
Miss Cora Dale, a student of the uni
versity, left for her home in (loshen, In
diana, Thursday evening.
Dr. M. M. Bovard, president of the
university, has taken up his home for
the summer at Monrovia.
Mrs. L. M. Thomas, of Thirty-seventh
Btreet, left Thursday for Illinois, where
she will sojourn during the summer.
Dr. W. S. Matthew has been granted
a vacation of thirty days by the board of
stewards of University M. E. church.
Miss Anna R. Smith, who has been
teacher in the kindergarten for the past
two year*. leaves Monday for Newton
The Epworth League will give a re
ception to the university students next
Tuesday evening, in the M. E. church.
Everybody is invited to attend.
The subject of transforming the race
track into a public park was broached
at the last Los Angeles city council
meeting. Such a step would meet the
approval oi all good citizens, and would
I greatly enhance the value of property
A slight accident took place Tuesday,
about noon, here. Harry Chase, Ray
Van Cleve and Percy Lloyd drove along
Wesley avenue until they reached
Thirty-seventh street, when the horses
turned the corner too short, and the
boys were upset, breaking the shaft and
bruising Percy Lloyd about the face.
The following is the programme for
Friday evening, June 20th —Aristote-
lian Society entertainment.
Saturday evening, June 21st—Irving
Monday evening, June 23d—Athena
Tuesday afternoon, June 24th—Senior
Tuesday evening—College of Music
Wednesday evening, June 25th —
Thursday morning, June 26th—Grad
uating exercises of the senior class.
Friday, June 27th—Conferring of de
grees to graduates of the class of 1887
in Simpson tabernacle, Los Angeles.
The Baccalaureate sermon will be
preached on Sunday morning, June
A large number of invited guests at
tended the "Sigma Chi" fraternity re
ception Friday evening. Cell.
University, June 14th.
Once More The Palace.
Professor Noma unfortunately trained
several of his performing dogs to drink
i heer, and after his recent successful per
formance in this city, he passed with his
sixty dogs the Palace saloon. The
smell from the basement let the beer
drinking canines know that here was
where they could get a glass of good beer.
At once the whole gang came to a halt
and the professor gave the word of com
mand to advance. He thought the dogs
would as usual obey the word of com
mand, but he found that a spirit of
rank insubordination was abroad among
the dogs, not one of which would move
a stop. The trained beer-drinkers
rushed headlong down stairs into the
} Palace, and the temperance dogs
in the pack followed the others.
The professor, to keep them
1 all together, could not do other
wise than to follow too and see how they
would enjoy with him and hie manager
a good glass of the celebrated Philadel
phia beer. The temperance dogs took
ice-water, and after a while he found
these dogs got the colic, while the
beer drinkers were jolly. Afraid of los
ing some oi his performers he sent for a
doctor, who gave the professor this ad
vice : "Let the sick dogsdrink Philadel
! phia beer. That is the only sure rem
edy." The professor took this advice,
' and gave them all the celebrated Phila
| delphia beer they would drink. At once
! the dogs that drank ice-water were
j cured, and the happy professor and the
j happier dogs left the Palace saloon and
all the dogs stood on their hind legs,
with their fore paws raised up to swear
! that they would never drink anything
' except Philadelphia beer.
Quick Returns From Advertising.
Try the classified columns of the Hbb
ald if you want to buy, sell, rent or ex
change anything. New bargains appear
there daily, and in many cases a small
sum expended has brought returns of
thousands of dollars.
Ebinger's baker}- and ice cream and dining
parlors, cor. Third and S. Spring sts.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly
cured by shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Fo'
sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122 North Main street
AN EXCELLENT SHOWING.
Ten Thousard Dollars in Gold Just Paid
by the Bankers' Alliance.
Some sixteen months ago there began
active business in Southern California,
a new life and accident insurance com
pany, doing business on the mutual
assessment plan, and providing for a
reliable reserve fund. Its officers then
chosen, and who still fill their respective
positions, were as follows: Dr. 11. Sinsa
baugh, president; Gen. E. P.Johnson,
vice president; Capt. F. J. Cressey, sec
retary; Mr. F. C. Howes, treasurer, and
Mr. J. N. l'riest, superintendent. So
sensible and intelligent was their plan
of insurance, and so liberal in all its
features their policy contract, that they
have already issued nearly fourteen
hundred policies, have a reserve fund
credit of over fifty thousand dollars, as a
guarantee for the payment in full of all
claims, and have received the personal
endorsement of the best business men
in every town where they have
been introduced. Here in Los Angeles
over two hundred of our most prom
inent citizens are members of the llank
ers' Alliance. Its methods are simple,
and the integrity and sagacity of its
officers unquestioned. So successful has
been its work, and so great its prosper
ity that it has already paid in losses,
without delay or quibble, over nineteen
thousand dollars in gold, and is well
prepared to cash every claim that may
be presented. We are glad that so good
a company, with such an excellent
showing, has its principal office in Los
Angeles. The following receipts arc a
strong approval of all we have above
written, and tell a pleasing story:
Los Anuei.es, June 10", 18!>0.
Received of the Bankers' Alliance of
California, $5,000 in gold in full satis
faction of all demands under policies
Nos. 900 and 907, by reason of the death
by accident of Mr. Harvey Hardison, of
Santa Paula, Cal.
We desire to publish our full and
hearty appreciation of the unusually
prompt and very satisfactory manner in
which we have been treated by the
Bankers' Alliance, and find special
pleasure in personally recommending the
company to the confidence and patron
age of our friends and neighbors.
We were shown every possible courtesy
by its several officers, who paid our
claim without discount, six weeks before
it became due.
W. L. Hardison, Administrator.
Mas. Delphlna M. Hardison,
Ida A Habdison.
G. W. F. Johnson.
J. R. Hugh,
Los Angeles, Cal.. June 10, 1890.
It is with pleasure I acknowledge hav
ing this day received of the Bankers' Al
liance, of California, live thousand dol
lars in gold, payment in full, many
weeks before maturity, without dis
count, for all demands under policies
Nos. Ijl7B and 1,179, by reason of death
by accident of my late husband, Rev.
Fielding W. Pattee, of Acton, California.
The prompt and honorable manner in
which the Bankers' Alliance lias paid
my claim entitles its officers to my sin
cere gratitude, while I cheerfully recom
mend the company as worthy of public
confidence. No settlement could have
been more satisfactory, and no more
careful consideration could be shown a
claimant than I have received in this in
stance. Mrs. Phka.ma E. Pattek.
J as. B. Jones,
Will A. Kniohten,
Among other tilings the city engineer
will report to the council on Monday is
that in the southern part of the city it is
proposed to construct 41,8(12 feet of
sewers. The protests that have been
tiled to date foot up to 21,398 feet, a
small amount over one-half, but as,
under the law, the council has a right
to disregard protests, it is probable that
the sewers will be ordered constructed.
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In the late war I was a soldier in the
lirst Maryland volunteers, company G.
During my term of service 1 contracted
chronic diarrhica, since then I have
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when I found any that would give me
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while giving their services to their
country, contracted this terrible disease
as I did, from eating unwholesome and
uncooked food. Yours truly, E. A.
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North Main street, John A. Olf, corner
Fourth and Spring streets, 0. 11. Hance,
77 North Spring street and by all leading
Our Home Brew.
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on draught in all the principal saloons, de
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Conveyances and deeds drawn. W. R. Whit
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Rochester, N. Y.
CLARK (6 HUMPHREYS
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
San Mateo and Seventh-street Bridge.
General Business Office—l3s West Second St.,
P. 0. Box 1235. Telephone 178.
MILL AND LUMBER CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard
at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, I.amanda,
Azusa, Hurbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles
and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
WESTERN LUMBER CO.
Corner Ninth and San Pedro Streets.
LUMBER of all classes can be had at this yard.
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J. M. Griffith, President.
H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Trens.
T. E. Nichols, Sec'v. E. L. Chandler, Supt
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
And Manufacturers of
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS,
Mill work of every description.
934 N. Alameda Street, Lug Angeles.
PERRY, MOT T & GO'S
AND PLANING MILLS,
No. 70 Commercial Street. jul tf
OPTICIANS AND JEWELEKS.
THE LOS ANGELES OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
N. STRASSBITRGER, «
Scientific and Practical Optician.
Northwest Corner Main and First Sts.
THIS ISJNOT OUR WAY.
This is OUR Way of Fitting Glasses.
We make the correct Scientific adjusting oi
glasses and frames our specialty, and guaran
tee perfect fit. Testing of the eves free.
PACIFIC OPTICAL INSTITUTE. 114 S. Spring
st. s. g. Mabshctz, Proprietor.
Full stock of Artificial Eyes on hand,
I 08 ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Xj Company—Location and principal place of
business, Los Angeles city. California. There
is delinquent upon the following described
stock, on account of assessment levied April
20th, 1800, the several amounts set opposite
the names of the respective .shareholders, as
NAMES. 6S (51 2
*| *a 4
S. H. Dillener 11)1 10 $ 10
do 190 7 7
do 107 2 2
D. Bridenstine 227 80 80
R. G, Brewer li>4 35 35
Russell & Naramore, trustees 58 100 100
Mary E. Garbutt 54 50 -50
R, ('. Shaw 51 100 100
do 47 100 100
11. Garthwaite 40 54 54
Jno. Wolfskill 40 217 217
C. B. Woodhead 234 Hi 10
Robt Steere 120 05 05
R. Baxter 115 120 120
do 11l 100 100
do 112 20 20
Seward cole do 100 100
do !»1 50 50
T. R. Bennington 82 20 20
Aiid in accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Directors, made on the Oth day of
June, 1890, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary will be sold at
No. 200 North Los Angeles street, Los Angeles
city, on the 30th day of June, IS9O, at 11
o'clock a. 111. of such day, to pay delinquent
assessments thereon, together with costs of ad
vertising and expenses of sale.
Secretary pro tent..
No. 200 North I.os Angeles street, corner of
Reuuena street, Los Angeles city.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
TESTATE OF WILLIAM MCCARTNEY,
1 j deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executrix of the estate of William McCartney,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to ex
hibit the same with the necessary vouchers with
in ten months after the first publication of this
notice, to J. M. Elliott, Esq,, at the First
National Bank, in the city of Los Angeles,
California, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate.
May 10, 1890.
Executrix of the estate of William McCartney
CHILDREN'S SAVINGS B ANN.
CHILDREN'S SAVINGS MmT
This bank will receive deposits from children in amounts of 28 cents and upward
child will receive a deposit book. Parents and teachers should encourage tlieir hi'
deposit their pennies.
ISAIAB W. HELLMAN, O. W. CHILDS,
J. A. GRAVES, S. A. FLEMING,
T. 1,. DUQTJE, JAMES RAWSON,
M. B. SHAW. A. C. ROGERS, M. D.,
A. J. BROWNE, J. F. SARTORI,
MAURICE HELLMAN, F. N. MYERS.
Savings Bank and Trust Company,
MO. 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Removed in TWO HOURS with head complete or NO CHARGE. The remedy is mild aud
safe. No fasting or hindrance from business.
PERMANENT CURE WARRANTED.
OFFICE HOURS at the Hollenbeok hotel, Los Angeles, every week from Friday noon until 5p
m. Saturday. Remainder of the week at Pasadena.
J. C. MICHENER, M. D., HOMCEOPATHIST.
ANTI-VERMIN AND MOTH REMEDY.
Is a fine prepared TOBACCO DUST. Its J<Sv
Before using Above Remedy. ■Aflvr using Above Remedy .
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C. F. ll .in /• m:iii. "22 North Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
C. H. Hance, 177 North Spring street.
C. Laux, 142 South Spring street, and 551 South Broadway.
Ben. 1,. Bear, Temple street and Union avenue.
W. S. Cross, "101 South Main street. mals-lm
M. LEVY & (0.,
Wholesale Liquors and Cigars,
Have removed from their old stand in Downey block to
:Lv 312 AND 314 NORTH LOS ANGELES STREET,
In McLaughlin block, between Commercial and Aliso sts. [malS-lm
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WHOLESALE | RETAIL
The Most Economical and the Best for Domestic and Steam Purposes.
Ships Oregon and Carleton arc now discharging at San Pedro 3,400 tons of this celebrated coal
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MAIN OFFICE, 315 SOUTH SPRING ST. BRANCH, ELITE GALLERY, TEMPLE BLOCK
Crayon Portraits, a Specialty.
New Mexico Coal Co.
GALLUP, SUNSHINE AND CEMILLOS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Best Domestic Coal in the Market
Also Wellington, South Field Wellington
Greta and Wallsend Coal,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHARCOAL AND WOOD IN STOCK.
CHAS. A. MARRINER, General Manager.
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Parties wishing to make a trip to Wilson's
Peak, will find it more convenient and pleas-
r to go to Sierra Madre in the evening and
get an early start in the morning.
Accommodations can be had at the corner of
Hermosa and Ramona avenues.
All arrangements made by addressing,
Til KO. WYNEKEN,
jeO-lm Sierra Madre P. O.
LOS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Company. Locution of principal place of
business, Los Angeles city, California.
Notice ll hereby given that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 20th day of
April, 1890, an assessment of one dollar per
share be levied upon the capital stock issued of
the corporation, payable April 30th, ISOO.to the
Secretary, at his office in S. W. Luitweiler's
building, on the N.E. corner of Requena and
North Los Angeles streets, I.os Angeles city, Cal.
All stock upon which this assessment'shall
remain unpaid on the 29th day of May, 1890,
shall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not he paid on or before the 18th day of
June, 1890, shall be on that day sold (or somuch
thereof as is necessary), for the uurpose of col
lecting the delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising anil expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
ap27 td S. P. UEES, Secretary.
At a special meeting of the board of directors,
held May 29, 1890, the time of assessment be
coming delinquent was postponed until June
9th, 1890, and the date of sale on any delin
quent stock was also postponed to date of June
By order of the board of directors.
ma3o-td Secretary pro tern.
THE CLEVELAND OIL AND MINING CO.,
principal place of business, room 3, Los
Angeles theater building. No. 225 South Spring
street, Los Angeles, California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors, held on Tuesday, the 3d day of
June, 1890, an assessment of six (|6.00) dollars
per share was levied upon the capital slock of
the corporation, payable on .Saturday, July sth,
1890,t0 H. B. Baldwin,secretary.at the principal
office of the company, room 3, Los Angeles
theater building, No. 225 South Spring street,
in the city of Los Angeles. Any stock upon
which this asaessment shall remain unpaid on
the sth day of July, 1890, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auction, and
unlesß payment is made before, will be Bold
Friday, the 23d day of July, 1890, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with costs
advertising and expenses of sale.
H. 6. BALDWIN, Secretary,
Room 3, Los Angeles theater, building, Los An
geles, California. jc4-ws-5t