This is a retelling of a news story from 1980 – Heartbreaking but true! Pray for our country.
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In 1980 Malvin Weisberg, who lived in an upscale neighborhood in Woodland Hills, in the western side of L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, began to purchase with payments a large (20’x8’x8′) land/sea storage container from the Martin Container company in Wilmington. Weisberg supposedly needed the steel box to store tennis court lights.
Weisberg defaulted on his payments for the container, until finally the Martin company came on February 3, 1982 to repossess the large box.