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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - December 5, 1955, Oakland, California                                -MID OARS FOR 1UI 1946 Champion 4-door beater. Cheap transportation. Full Price Down (II credit MURPHY BUICK CO. J7M HV mboliU iMiaa convertible. 1P51; radio, heater, overdrive; ahnrp: a steal; only Msy Icrms: V.id Jelton financing. Car.Department, corner 28th and Broadway. TE mplcbnr 8AM WARTED WANT 1855 or car down pa rnent on new 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in Hichrmmd Annex. Owner will im- rifice. Balance T.H.A. Phone owner, BE scon WATCH, lady-c Hamilton diamond, vi- cinity on Oilman: reward. ndscipe t-U9t. WILL pay cash for your car or equity. ELgm 1-7381.______________________ 1U41> To extra clean car. Must ha- e quick. Cash. George, 3306 Fledmo it Avenue, OLympic 4-4147. M1-AUTOJ EXCHANGED TOO LATETOOLAIIin DODGE, 1955. guaranteed, 4 door station wagon, equity for older a r. LA M95: terni.i. Jim Wtlll.nri-. 14th. San Leandro. ____ BTUDEBAXER, 1D5A V8 C hardtop: overdrive, hentci. perfect condition: private party. LO ch- haven 8-3 M7. STUOEBAKEft 19M Comjiiander automatic tran'.rriaaion. condition. Til ornwal! Very good 1949 2 drjor. NEW motor. 1195. A E Mntori. 3354 Snr Pablo. Volkswagen Most Dependable Email Car In the World. Set Itl Berkey Lea 736 San 'J.ihlo. Albany; fnti e-2942. Oldest I Volkswagen Rey Johnson Motors 3KH lllh. I-23IH. COLUMBIA, foot 1952. 2 bedioo full b.-itn. Fine shape. tern s. tnide. Space irl 8, 865 Monumc it Bou'f'-rrc1, Concord, MU 1 berry 2-9B! 3. WILLYS. Bcrmud.i hlatu n uasron. j Overdrive radio, driven than LAM1NGO. FI-elwood. Pan Ameilc. u, actual Show room condition, on our new lot. all modjis uxury at used .-ar pnce. 'ty HOUSES tar Silt Alritieani Flamingo, Columbia, Crown, Jel'a, many Wi the daaJ others try to beat. Bay Area Trailer Sales San Pablo Avenue, FTi Cerrtto. ANGELUS, Ceittiry. Ideal eraft, Rood selection. Woody's, 101 >4 San Pablo. El Orrlto. ALJO. 1956 tops again In e. Used t riiler bargami. United, 6500 Foothill Trailer Salei Model" Over 100 to from. 1B E-T-t I1ih. New car luxury Only Armiurl Motor Little Plj mouth Dealer in Northern California 850 Castro, WILLYS, '953 Uful tutor e finish, excellent buy terms. Jin Williams, 16563 East 14th, San Lea nr fro, Trailer 14530 East 14th t, Sfm Leandro. _____MUfaT sell my beautiful 36 foot Trnvc o, vedan overclr.ve. beau-! wtorn made traiie- home. Complete -y modern In every respect. price a-id details, phone LA ndscape 5-4063. WILLYS Motion Waaon, 1947. drlve. Will finance. TR mplf bi r 2-3507._________________ PRICED foi qiuck sale. 1047, 3 roo n. 27 foot, with refrigerator. 15101 i- InRton Avenue, San Lorenzo. Hucki- bee. Val Strough CHEVROLET CO. 1955 CHEVROLET HOUSE CARS FULLY EQUIPPED AT A TREMENDOUS SAVINGS 1955 Chjvrolet Be! An V-H Rctio po- i- I o.iricd 1955 Cadillac "62" Set on. radio, he.i'e-, power power brrkcs, like 1954 Ford Fordor Custom See New 1956 45-Foot Spartan One- And two-beclroorri'rnodela now on display. Now 7-year financing. Spartans up to S years. Uied trailar Knlorr Cans! nncc. Woodland Trail Mth, Snn I.c.indro, nmenta, msur. Ei.Jt msianmei !er Sales, 14 foot, rev, body, must sell, BR owning 6-173B. Serlan; rndio. hentor. 1953 Buick Roadmastcr Sedan, radio, henter. Dynaflow, power stcertnR. powei brakes. 1951 Buick Convertible 1950 Pontiac heaterf Dynaflnw. 3 coor sedan, radio, heater. VAL STROUGH Chevrolet Co. After We Sell Wr In Our Modern C IPV -A-Tonutn 3339 Broad HJty, CL rncourt 2- ITS J .iy. PIcrinont S- -70fi CARS WANTED top price Tor your tar, 1JH9-1956, paid for or not; out of cleared. Car or cash for your equitv. B C Mo torn 11M5 14th, Snn Lenndro. LO ckhfivc i AUowances lor autoa. buy. it'll, We'll older ear i-qulty Jn newer one, or trade oldrr in down payment on one Rich Motor Co.. UB7 San Pablo Berteelcv LA ndscipc AUTOMOEILK wanted nn-nudintc Utt model p.ctcrrcd 1424 East Hth. KE loc S-11FO c.t h TW Ino.-ik. 3073 Rroiii'wny. ears We pay moie. 4-1008________________ A Will PC y cash for >o i X.'imrrond. LO rkhav Junk, Junk, Junk 1300 c.irs nerdcd for wrecking. Pay lop Corner of 34Tth and Sun Prfblo. OL 4-4007._________ JUNK car- wanted for TH uu- diid JE 7-5330. WE pay top prices for clean c.irs. Herzog 3013 Broadway. GL enuourf 1-5687. h for Your Trailer Oldenburg's. 1J021 San Pablo. El r- WILL ti.io> foi trailei or equity i trailer, 1951 Chrvblpr Windsor 4-dO' i low mileage, clc.in: v.ill take or p o difference EL sin 1-2710. 11M-.LOIT BLACK coin puru in Piedmont. Call HU mboldt S-SISn. Describe :AT; female, blacK; vicinity Havens- court, Foothill, aftv B. SW eetwood t-1877 MPLOYMINT LAUNDE3ETTE worker, white. Apply rn person onty. 5505 College, Oakland. FOR RENT EAST Oakland Immaculate, unfur- nished 4, garage. 1 bedroom, j Adults. KEllog alter g p.m. LOCKWOOD Street, key at 7420; 5-room, 2-bedroorr.; near 73rd Avenue; school, shopping _____ _________ NEAR Lake; redeuorated. ?45; util- ities included, garage HI ghgale 4-1182. SAN Leandro, room Harden apart- ment unf-irnished; tfarage; SW eet- wood 8-1768._________ 54TK Street. 1015: clean 5-room, ga- raRe; adults only; no "IRSALE BUICK, 1053, perfect 'hape; power itecnng, TE mplebar ______ YOU DON'T NEED BIG TYPE to get attention. Want Ads are read with attention. Use big type to stress the big point in youi advertising to drive it home as the reader runs his eye down the column LEGAL NOTICE NOTICJS OK FILING SUPERIN- TENDENT OF STJtKKrS ASSKSS- MJSNT FOR THIO OP POHTIONS OF jrt'TRlCK STREET. KL.VES8A STRKET AN'D MONAN STREET IN THK "D1J KANT PARK HIGHLANDS" TRACT AND OF THE FOLLOWING ROADS KNOWN AS ETTIUCK STREET, KLVESSA STR10KT T U R N K R AVENUE. (SKKHNBRIT- H STHKKT, 11KMIS STISliKT aiKC.LKU AV 13- NtJiS. TRAIL Til A Ik "B" AND CKRTAIS UIOIITS OK WAY IN TUB AUKA WITHIN THE "HDC- OF CIIAUOT PARK I'll PROPERTY" DK- KIi INTI-.NTION NO. "N ATMiri, IX RESOLUTION OK Vfl r1 M S C.MS. SPACE HOUSE trailer storage; paved, d. TRimdad 2-1872; TR Inidad 2-1987 e- FOR SALE TOR sale or trade. 1948 S E Luacomb, A-I condlMon. LU cerne 2-1461. AMBER pin; Chabrl Rond-Collefte bus, to 15th n id Sentimental Rrwa d. IE mplebar 2-9005; OLyrrpic 2-6577 CAT. blond, male, bob-tailed; ty Reward. OL ym 4 -.1271. DOG. small red cocker spaniel, vitln'ty Irirlvnle and East 27th Stn -t AN dover 1-1530 nTter 2 r TI UKESh new, s-ilt in baR. vicmitj Ij lv Avrnuc-MacArthur, Satuid.tj n-wa d KE llor 4-fin98 DOG, Irish setter. Vlclnitj d Reward. Decoto 3-77B4. HU mboldt 3-1722. ENGLISH Pointer, female. Liver am white. Heavy. OLympic 3-7010, AN- dovcr 1-4M8; HANDBAG, red leather, contents t n- portant. Reward. TW inoaks 3-7317, after 0. green opaline, vlcln t 85th Avenue; reward Phone LO tk- haven 9-3240. ____________ PARAKEET, blue, "alnr." upper JRockridRe. JReward. OL ym lie 8-4813. RAILROAD annual pink. Sou i- ern Pacific Company. SW eetwo >d 8-0072. RECORD case, small green, contain ng record, front of Jeffeison ol Berkeley. Reward. LA ndsuape 5-76' BAY COUNTIES VITAL STATISTICS Bay Births Born to the wife of: PETHICI. Robert I., boy. BAENDER. Phillip A., girl, MOORE, Paul H.. girl. EHBLICH, Karl A., girl. BARKLIY. Albert W., girl. WARNEfl, Francis G boy. MURRAY, Veme L Jr., boy. KHIEGEE. Ernest A., girl. HOIT. Blair K., boy. ADAMS, Ktudolph R., (irl. BELMESS1ERI, Roland T., (irl. HARNOEN, Charles G., firl. ABEYTA, James 1., boy. GALLERIN, William F., girl. PHATT, Elmer H., boy. CANDELARIO, William P boy. TRUJ1U.O, Samuel K., boy. GOMES, Joseph r., girl. BENNETT, Guiseppe, boy, WEBSTER, Hoy B., girl. LOUX, Don C.. girl. WARNKE, Charles W., girl NOWOTNY. Eugene A., girl. SALO, Alfred W., twin boys. PHENDERGAST. Lawrenct R., boy. ACOSTA, Elmer boy. Alameda Births Born to the wife of: TUTTLE, Henry Jr., Rir! CURTIS. Howard, gr.'l CARSON. Eugene, girl W1NTERODE, Robert Jr boy MOORE. Thomas, boy PIMENTEL. Wilfred, boy SCHHOEDER. Byron, girl CLARKE, David, Birl BASS K. Rey. boy SHARER, Donald, girl EUSTACHY. George, boy TANKER. Frank H. boy McGEOHGE. David, boy DAVIS, Alvir. girl DEATHS DEATHS Property'" rtc-crllied i' of Intentinn No i; Tin: TI.MK KI.XKII INTJSRKSTUD IN THK WORK DONE OR l> THE AR- IVI I.I, BE HEARD BY niE OITV coL.vm.. NOTICE IS 1IKREBT GIVEN hat the Superintendent of Streets ,f the City of Oakland did on No- vember 29. IDSr., file with me as- sessment for sewering of portions of Bttiick btreet, Kl-easa Streei and Monan Street in :he "Durant P.irfc Highlands" Tract of the roads known-as Ettrick Street, Elvessa Street, Turner Ave- ine Crcenbrler fetieet, Bemls Zlegler Avenur, Tial! Trail "B1 and certain rights ol way in the aioa within the "Record of Survey Ch.ibol J'arl, Co KrsoKitlon M.S passed on April j. I hcrebi fix I'licsiUv. the 2nih Uv "t licci-mbiT. "t 7 p.in  i-r Mull, Oalvlciti'l. t'nlllornl.i. is thi> "lime anil pl.i' f when nil IHTMHIS intorcMprl in said wnrU Innp ur In said will IIP iit-u-fl hv tlir ritv Council. The niripoit) owners ll.-ih'p foi said as- if.snient, thr- rnntra'tor or his ivslKns and all other persons inter- dict! in work done nr in salrt aRgrleved hy my act or determination of said "upountpndcnt of Stniets. or who that the work has not been jprformed according to the con- tract theiefor In a irood and Olb- stantial mannr-r or who claim that iny portion  jrlor ti> the elate above f.xr-rl for hearing upon a--s( appeal to the City .'ourrh hy briefly sta InK in writ- li u. the grounds of appe.ij. HE clasp, Initials HR.M. Small row, rd. KEllog 3-7508._________________ _ WALLET, lady's, rtd. 4th Avenue. tiflcation cards, money ur needed. Liberal reward. 4-7969. 1111 2nd Avenue. NOTIfK OF FOR BY STAT13 OF CALIFOR- N-IA DKi'T. OF PUBLIC WORKS, DIVISION OP HIGinVAYS. Sealed bids will be received_un- Monday's Crossword Puzzle ACROSS ACROSS 1 Makes lace. 22 Chimney builders, racecourse. 24 Club fees. 10 Date. 25 Amassed. 14 Salmagundi. 26 Save. ISEscaipment. 16 Eastrrn 32 Hoisting bigwig. 17 Shy party- 33 Rah. ACROSS head. 38 Actress Gardner ACROSS 48 Small talk 49 Poetic contraction. goer. 19 Word of assent. 20 Nothing. 21 Leasus. 34 Hit 35 Speak violently. 36 37 Part of the 39 Hobby fish. 52 Adroit. 40 Morning 53 Furniture fittings. 56 Buffalo's lake. 57 Drench. 58 Dash. service. 41 Recollec- tions. 43 Progenitor. 44 Milton's "Regent of the sun." 45 Try. 46 Babe. 59 Progeny. 60 Sidled. 61 Hamlet w as one. No. Citv Clerk. B (2U til s P.IT, on Dccemhe- 13. 195 uhieh time thev will ho publicly opened and read for the tale of the follow.UK enulpnr'nt: LOCATION: Shop 1112 29th OAKLAND, A A. Hilton. Supt. of Kquipment. Send bids to Avenue. O. kland CJIC AI'TO MOB'L 8. PSIiA. I'H (Pitferen- tial 'in BO STvkcablc.) f'lIC 9711 iilh, 4-Dr Serlnn. Mfd 1147. namaeed in Accidcn' 57 J, -Di Mrn'. SliA. (Cracked i CHC 592 S. 4-Ur., Mnrl. tliBA. 194 I. CHC BOl 8 4-Dr.. Mori 194'' CHC 1I'.02 rolet. 4-Dr. Mod. 1503. iriSl. CMC 1710 6 .'.-Dr.. Mod. HIRH. 1951 in "CIIC 3DS EXPRESS Chevrolet T.. Mod. 3104, CHC mil T., Moil 3104. "CHC T Mod 3604, CHC 151? T.. Mod. 3604, 1950. CIIC 2073 14 T Mod. KB3, 3-> peed trana. SUB1JR- Chevrolot, Mod. 3116. 1948. (Clutch m CHC 5650 fiROO TRLCK Chevrolet 2 ......-r- Pan American Office Trailer, Mod Bidders 'may mako offers for one or more Hems, ai is and where Is but must state price offered for each. No lump bids will he considered. In addition to price offered, the bidder will be re- quired to pay an additional 3% taoreof to cover State Salea Tax unless the retail saleB Permit num- ber Is given. The Division of Highways reserves the right to reject any or all bldt Kaulpment may be inspected at points Indicated on any working day between the of 8 a.m. and p.m., Mondays through Frlda VH Successful will hr rc- 640, 1941. Lourdcs Church. and Boden Way. where a Requiem Maw will tit said for the repose o his soul. Recitation of the Rosarj Monday at 8 o'clock, in thr chapel of Albert Brown Mortuary 3476 Piedmont Oakland. In terment. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (Family prefer that any expression o remembrance be made to your favont charity BALLARD In Berkeley, December 3 1935. H.iny H, of Oaklnnd. belove husband of Vera D. Ballard; lovin, brother of Mrs. Helena Graham o Litlle TalN, New York. A nntivc o Little Falls. New York, aped 6 Friends are invited to attend "crv ices at the Telegraph Avenue Ch.ipe of Grant Miller Mortuaries 2850 Tele graph Avenue, Oaklnnd, Tuesday, De cembet 6. at 1 o'clock pm (Amp! off-street parking.) Interment Moun tain View Cemetery. San Pablo. Calif., 1955, Chase Bdker of 817 Clay ton St, El Cerrito, son of MPB Baker of E) Cerrito; father of MM Ada Stout of Berkeley. Mr. Max Mr Paul Baker, both of El Cerrito a member of the Dry Dock, Marin Waysmen, Stage Riggers and Helper Union local 3116 of Oakland; a nativ of Bea-ver City, Utah, aged 50 yearb. Friends and acquaintances are re spcctfully invited to attend funera conducted by Bishop J. Green of the Church of Jesus Chr.t-t o Latter-day Saints ward It of Bcrkelej Calit., at the El Ccrrito Chapel of th Wilson A: KraUer Mortuaries, 1024 San Pablo Ave El Cerrito. on Mor day, Drc. 3. nt 1 p.m. A private park ing area adjacent to the building provided for your convenience Com mital will follow at Memory Garden Concord. Calif. (For further informs tion. please telephone LA ndscap 3-1155) Oakland. December 2. 195 Samuel W. Jr., beloved son of th late Mr. and Mrs. Sarruitl W. Bear ol Earl H. Benn ind Mrs. "William fc Bean and Mrs. Leona Grant; a nntiv of California; 34 years. Friends invited to attend fimer. services Tuesaay, December 6th o'clock p.m. at the chapel Fowler-Anderson, Funeral Director 2244 Santa Clara Avenue, Alamed, Interment, Mountain Vieu Cemettr; Oakland, December 1035, Louts, beloved lather of Samu and Frank Beiman of Oakland, Harr and Jack Beiman of San Diego, Mr Rebecca Epstein of Oakland, and Mr, Jennie Burnett of San Diefo and th late Minnie Leson; grandfather of grandchildren; great-grandfather 20 grrat-Rrandchlldren1 a native Odessa. Russia; aged 92 years. Friends are invited to attend tr funeral nt Caponmo i Compar Chapel. 1721 Grove Street, Oaklan Monday, December 3th at 3 p.r Habbl Harold Schulweis offic'iatin Interment, Home of Peace Cemeterv Berkeley, December 3, 19 Richard (Dick) E.. beloved husban of Jean Buttz, loving brother ot Plin Buttz of Onck, California, Ma Thomas and Dollie Miller of Tills mook, Oregon, brotlier-in-law of Mar Messir.ger of Oakland. A c Oregon. Triendi invited to attend Tuesday, December 6th at _2: p.m. at Truman's Chape Telegraph Avenue at 3ffth Street. Re John Spitler officiating, Intermen Surset View Cemetery. beloved husband of Ilva Mie Col loving father ol Howard W Cole Richmond. Mrs Inez Mae Atameda and Pat L. D Oakland, Dei Percy, of 4128 Howe Street. _ grandfather of three grandchildren: i native of Minnesota, aged 63 years: i member of lale Lodge No. SOT, loving brother nephew of Mr. DEATHS F ft A of 'lie, Mlnneiota. Friends ire invited to attend MTV- at the Berkeley Hllli Chapel Pact k ISM Shattuek Ave- nue at Cedar. Berkeley, Tuesday, De- embnr t, a e Sales Church, Grove nti 21st Str ets where a Requiem High Mass w il be celebrated for the cposc of hf soul, commencing al o'clock a TI. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. T >e Recitation of the Rosary at 8 t clock p.m. Monday. Of CB .tro VaKcy. December 3. 055, George Ronald, beloved son o. leorpe Davit Sr. of Tacoma, Wash nd Mrs Fh -ence Harle and lovinj Lepscn of Frank Harle; devotee brother of C rolme Harle and Max- ie DaxJe; 1   on Wednesday, Dccem- icr 7th at 3 30 a.m., thence to Our ,ady of C ace Calholic Church wherr Ma; will be celebrated ioi he i epose c his soul, commencing 9 a m. 3 net-melt. Golden Gale Natio lal Cri Celery Rosary services Dect nber Cth at 8 p.m. i a Oakland. December 4, 955, Rose E wife of the Jate Henry il. DeFerrari beloved mother of Mrs. A. Jensen ar 1 Mrs. Mildred Clapper, grnnc mother of Bjfld Clapper and Urs. Victor irdis, great-grandmother of Vikkl Ar is. sister of Frank L., 3 Jo: jph K., LoJis A and E. Ca saretlo and Mrs. A. E. Stanley A T .tive of California ser ices Wednesday, Decern- 7Lh Jn th chapel of Albert Brown Mortuary, Piedmont Avenue. Of C ikland, December 4. Antoiie, belo -ed husband of Berna- line Ferias; i ear father of Joe Fcrias, Mary Graves Virginia Antonio, Carol Ambi is and Angle Smith, grand- of 12 grandchildren and eiffht Idien, a native of Por- Edwin Curtis ffuxctte Irene Stager, Raymond Morel, and Morton Morel and grandmother of Edwin Braden Morel and Leonard Curtis Morel, Ann-Marie Stager and Michael Stager; a ol California; aged 72 years. Frienda are Invited to attend fu- neral service! Wednesday, December 7th at 2 o'clock p.m. at the chapel of Fowler-Anderson, Funeral Directors 2Z44 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda. Castro Valley, December 3, 1953, Henry, beloved husband o Miriam Norder; devoted father o Alena and Ella Mae Norder; loving brother of Trygve Norder, Thyra Basler and Yngye Norder; a native of Sweden; aged. M yean. Friends are Invited to attend serv- ices at the chapel of the Castro Valley Mortuary, Lake Chabot Road Castro Valley, on Tuesday, December 8th at 1 o'clock p.m., the Rev. Ankc: M. Jensen of the Faith Lutherai Church, Castro Valley officiating. In terment, Lone Tree Cemetery. 2260 47th Avenue. Oak land, December 4, 1095, Bertha Eliza beth Ann, Idving mother of Georgt Taves of Jackson, Cyril Taves o G-uerneviUe, Mrs, Helen Dotty of Oak land, John Henry Taves Jr. of San Le andro, Mrs. Carrie Chance of Concert Lloyd Taves of El Cerrito, Clarence L Taves of Oakland, Roy Tavca of Mis sion San Jose and Paul Taves of Oak land. Also leaves 18 grandchildren an seven great-grrmdchildren. A mem nor of Melroie Baptist Church of Oak land: a native of Wisconsin; aged 7 Friends are invited to attend service at the rew Estudillo chapel of Santos1 and Robinson, 160 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandro, Tuesday, December 6th 1 2 p.m. Parking provided at rear of liapcl Enter 109 Callan Avenue. For urther information please call TH .n- dad 2-8278. Oakland, December 3, Oakland Tribune, Monday, Dtc. S, 1955 D COMMUMTY Dueofi (MQ ta rabbi the Conha Community Cmtor In Congratulating him at an iMtaHatton dbuMr today Chairman Leon and Katzburg. community pCMtdrat agi Friends aged 9 years. __ids an invited to attend ierv- ICCK fiom he Telegraph Avenue chapi-1 of tin Grant Miller Mortuaries, Teiegr ph Avenue. Oakland, Wrdi esday. December 7th nt o'c'lot k a.m.. therce to St. Andrew's Church 35J3 Adeline Street, where __ Mass ol Tteq iem will be Raid for the cpose of hi aoul, commencing at S a.m. Becitati >n of the Rosary Tues- day evening at 9 o'clock. Interment, Et. Mary's C i In f an Pablo, December 3, 1955, Fred F ledrw, of MM Columbia Avenue, Hie mond, husband of Mrs. Alecia R. G ?n of Richmond: father of M rs. Ted Van de Camp of South an Mrs. Larry Lansing of Germany; 10 i of Mr. Hugh M. Gler of La Jolla, also survived by eifihl ;randchildre: A member of the A! .rtalahiXah 1 ;mple of the Shrine of Los Angeles. A graduate of the Massa- chuwtth Insl tute of Technology, class and a member of the Sigma Chi; n nativ of Portland, Ore.; aged ti3 yanrs F-'enilu ai 3 acquaints ices are re- spectfully n vitcd to nttcnd fanera Cervices crtn ucted by Dr Morm H Flonch of the Prf'-bytcnan Chjrch of R -hmond at the El Ccrrito ch.ipcl of the Wilson Kratzer Mortu- u IPS, 10240 5 in Pablo Avenue, El Ccr- rito, on Tue daj, Dcccmbci 6th at o'clock p IT. A prnnle parkinK area adjacent to Lhe building is provided for your co Private cpm- iiiitt.il will follow at Sunset View (For further information please tele- phone LA nt scape S-11S5.) HOLLCSTED- -In Oakland, December 4 19W, s, beloved husband Chriituie Hi Uested; loving father Ma ie Ray and Dorothy June Keene; bro her of Jim Hollested grandfather >f Stephanie and Richard Ray, Gary id GaiL Keene. A mem ber of Odir No. 1 of Danla, Lake shoro Lodge No. 381, F. and A. M. Oakland Scb tish Rile Bodies, Aahme Temple of -hrine, thf Danish Club the Danish I asonic Club and the Dan ish belief S ciety of Bast Buy Cities a of Denmark; aqed 74 years Flic-rids a invited to attcna th f-mercl set' ices Tuesday. Decembc 6th at 2 p t the Home Chape of Anckei-I zterscn, 5th Avenue, cor ner of East 5th Street, Oakland, Con eluding se vices, Mountain View Crenatoriurr f m Pablo, December 1955 Rebecc beloved wife of the lat Frank M. H nt; loving mother of Mrs D. Wi -erb, Mrs. Alice B. Moort Orvjlle L., Greeley W.. Willmi-i T .md Raymon I F. Hunt: sister ol Alber Guilliams. rs. Elizabeth Ablutz. Mrs Lotta Coors and Mrs Effie Hunt; als survived b> eight grandchildren an six great-gi mdchi.drcn: a ra'.ive c Hockport. 5 o. A member of Semo Citirens Clu i of Richmond and Mis. sour! Club of Rirhmord. Friends a- invited to attend ices at tho last 14th Street chapel o Giant Millt Mortuaries, 2377 Eas Mth Street Oakland. Tuesday, De eembPi 6, 1' 55, at 2 o'clock p m. Donald Smi ey officiates. Mountain V ew Cemetery- Oakland, December 3, 1955 Carl belove husband of Sophie Jen sen, loving irother Mrs. Mary Fila Mrs Helen knight, Julius and Ralp Jem en of istin, Tex, and Mrs. An me .Tonscr of Phoenix, Ariz.; als Irnves niece and nephews; a nativ of Dei murk aged 70 years. A mem her of El nhurst Lodge No. 384 ae respectfully invited t attend fun ral services Wednesday n at p.m. at tn Fru tvale c apcl of the Clarence N Cooler TVT. rtuaries, Fru.tval Avenue. Im :rment, Evergreen Ceme tcry- Servic -s urder the auspices Elmhu-st L-dge No. 384, I.O.O.F. Rev Don Smiley. (Phone KE Ho S-411O LA POSE A-In San Rafael, December 3 Rich E-, beloved husband o Charlotte V La Poaea of Oakland loving of Richard E. Dillon o Oakland; b other of Maj. Stanley S Lapp of i harleston, S C.: Lapo Estcl i O'Bryon of L Ics and Mi Lenora S. Hoffman San LI George Raymond, beloved husband of Margaret Teed; a native of Kansas A member of Golden West Lodge 455 and A. M. of San Francisco and 3 la zi em and Glass Workers Union, Local No. of Oakland. Friends are invited to attend serv- ccx at the East 14th Street chapel of rant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 4th Street, Oakland, Wednesday, De- ember 7th at 2 o'clock p m under the uspices of Gol den West Lodge No 55. F. and A. M Entombment, Moun- View Mausoleum. Long Beach. November 7. 1D5G Zelma A., lovimj wife of Harold F. Uttley; beloved mother of "Mrs Howard K. AHermatt of Haw- lioine and Mrs. Stanley H. Froid of Berkeley: loving sister of Orville D. Adams of Berkelev; cousin of Mrs. rohn B Bnker of Berkeley; also sur- nved bv four grandchildren; a native of California. Friends are respectfully invited to attend at the Chapel of the Chimes, Piedmont Avenue, Oak- and, at 11 a.m Wednesday, Decem- 7th. Berkeley. December 3, 1959, Louisa, devoted wife of Paul VantangoH and other in Italy. A native of Province Torino, Italy. Aged 04 years. Friends are invited to attend serv- ces from Caporgno JSe Co. Mortuary, 1727 Grove Street, Tuesday, December 6. 1955, at 10 a.m.. Rev. J. Henry Thomas officiating. Recitation of the Rosary Monday, ft p.m. Entombment Sunset View Mausoleum. Snn Francisco. Decem- ber 4. 1955, Robert C.. beloved huabanc of Mabel Warren, lov'.nc father of Robert L. Warren of Macintosh, South Dakoln; Donald. Phil and Billie Raj Warren, alt of Oakland. Faith Temple and Darylcnc Scheff of Oakland, and Shi.'lcv Monkcn of Blue Earth. Minn, brother of Ralph ard Arthur Warren Myrtle Solmon Ethel Wood; also B.H.C of A., Oakland Marine Lodge No 140 Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Wednesday December 7 at 3 p.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mor tuaries. 15BO Fruitvale Avenue. (Phone KE Hog 3-4114 In San Id grandfather of Give i. f. Bobert. Sar Jane and David Dillon of, Texas. A member of th role of San Jose; JL-Sf.'-V 1, 1955, n.ui.nH Temple or I.ROM. ic ttish Rite Bodiev Ashme he Shrine of Oakland. Private >ervlces will be he 1 Wednesday, December 7th at Truman Chapel, Tc cgiaph Avenue at 30t trret. Oalr md ecember 3. to delivery of ai'Uclea flUPKJBS (BASEBALL AND purchaser! ami for and re- move same within t< n days after notified that their have been ncpcptfd. -Ml DOWN 1 Village. 2Jai SCasi register. 4 The sun. B Inactive state. 6 Openings. TIntimidates. 36 Repose. Unrlose: 37 Section. poet. 39 Smile. tWood eaters. 10 Spars. POWN 27 De; ire. 28 Ga -run. 29 Damages. 30 Ancient language. 31 Exhausted. 33 As ;aying vessel. DOWN DOWN 49 A tissue: 54 Legume. an at. 55 Man's SOOil country, Bl Auld lang Solution to Siturday'i Punic this Devart'm-iit Tnr Mie-nt rTHMpq with ir rivate. >akland, Dtcember Umtr, a m of Misiachusetts, 'rrfends re Invited to attend th urernl Ti isday, December 8, o'clock a.n from the Chapel of th Oaw. Oakand Mortuary, 3007 Tel irsph Av.nue, Oakland, thence to St. Ambrot Church where a Mass wi'i ue offered for the repose ,f his sou commencing at si m Inten lent. St. Joseph's Comctery Re'-itntmn r ihe Kobary Monday eve- itrg at 8 ILNT HOR Oakland, December 953, Scl i Charles native of Grass Henry Norder Services Set at Castro Valley leaves 14 grandchildren, Iowa, aged 60 years; nati member "CASTRO VALLEY, Dec. Funeral scTvices for Henry border, 68, laboratory techni- will be eld here tomor- 3W. Mr. KordiT has lived the past 16 years at 1596 Sunnyslop Ave., Uayward. He died Saturday at a local hospital following a .engthy illness. He is survived by his wife, Miriam, and two daughters, Alena and Ella May, of Hay- ward. He a so leaves two broth- ers and sisters of Sweden. Services be held at 1 p.m. at the Castro Valley Mortuary. John H. Oldenhage CONCOBD, Dec. will be held Wednesday for John H. O denhage, 60, of 2800 Clayton Read, who died yester- day at a local hospital after a long illness. Mr. Old.mhage, native of Crow's Landing, San Joaquin County, ha.l lived here 35 years He was employed for the past 25 years ai a valve repairman for'the Shell Oil Refinery, Mar- tir.cz. He was ;i World War I Army veteran and was a member o Pacheco Lxige No. 117, IOOF Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge No. 1164, Martinez; Oil Worker Union Loral No. 5, American Lady of Grace Church ollowing a.m. wrvicM mi Castro Valley Mortuary. W. EL CERRITO, Dec. _ ites were conducted todiy j base Wesley Baker, 60, Kl Cor- ito resident 30 years and sts igger, who died Friday in a San 'ablo hospital after a short ,11- less. Mr. Baker was native of Utah and lived at 617 ClayioA St. Surviving are his Mrs. Nancy Baker of El Cerotoj' wo brothers. Max Baker of El Cerrito, and er, Mrs. Ada Stout of Berkeley: Services were held at Wilson., and Kratzer El Cerrito ChaiieC-" nterment followed at Memory Gardens in Concord. Peter Waite: loving mother of Hazel Cattertin. mother in law of Frank Cattertin; grandmother of Conrad W. Cattertin, srcnt-gri'idmother of Penel- ope and Christopher Peter Cattertin. Friends may call at the East Lawn Chapel of Chris Borba. East 14th St. at Fifth Ave., Oakland, until 3 p.m. today. Monday. Dec. 5 Mass and m- Irrmenl wil. be held at For'-land, Oi P 01 Wednesday at the Zeller Funeral Chapel. 'For fii'-thcr mioimation, call GL encmnt 1-B342 i 2477S Soto Road, Hay- ward, December 3, 1955, Alma Eliza- beth, beloved wife of Alfred will.ams, loving daughter of Hans and Lillian Haagensen of Hayward, loving mother of Jo Ann and Michael Williams, lov- ing sii'.er of Raymond Haagensen of Walnut Creek, Lorin Haagensen of Oakland, and Harold Haagensen of San Leandro, Mrs. Lilltai Moniz of Haywdrd and Mrs. Ann Barker of Irvinpton. A native of Oakland A.leri 33 years. A member of Butcher's Un- ion Local 120, Oakland and former emplcjce of Lucky Stores, Inc. nre invited to attend the funeral from the New Mortuary of C P Bannon, 6800 East 14th Street, Oak- land on Tuesday morning, December 6 at 9 o'clock. Thence to All Saints Church, Hayward for a Requiem High Mass commencing at Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary. Monday evening at 8 o'clock. (For fulHher information please call TR inidad 2-1011.1 f Card of Thanks ALAMKOA COCKTT HEART ASSOCIATION _ratefuJljr Memcrlal toward tb cember 6th at 3 p m. in- ernent. M untain View Mausoleum. Alameda, December S 955 Laur; Gertrude, beloved wife of Be jamin Morel Sr.; loving iothrr of Lionel Braden Morel Jr. FE 2-8600 CHRPE1 OF mEIHORIES descriptive, pic- ture-filled booklet is yours for the asking. It covers the history and other pertinent facts and prices relating to Cremation and Inurn-. merit. CHRPEL OF Mr. Davie, a veteran of World War II, iad been a resident here for more than 10 years prior to his moving to Seattle. He is surrived by his mother, Mrs. Florence Harle; a sister, Maxine D wie, and a half-sister, Caroline Harle, all of Castro Valley. Mass vill be he'.d at Our Three at San Pablo Face Morals Charges SAN PABLO, Dec. man and two women are awaiting arraignment here on murals charges resulting from a raid by the sher f f's department vice squad at 350 Grove St., North Richmond. Sheriff Harry A. Brown said the raide-s early yesterday ar- rested Bjd Lewis, 60, on a charge of living in'and keeping a house of ill fame, and Grace Johnsofl, 22, of. 416 Grove St. and Mane Harris, 30, of'554 Cheslet on charges of solicit- ing. All were released on bail. Hayward Woman Shoots Self Dead HAYWARD, Dec. S Margaret McKee, 31, of Western Blvd. committed i cide in her home today, policjf'; reported. Mrs. McKee's husband. Hob1-'" ert, 35, told police his wife fixed-. -lis breakfast about 7 a.m. said she was going back to He heard a noise and found lying on the floor beside bed. She had shot herself in right temple with a revolver police said. She died st a.mf-r- at Fairmouiit Hospital. McKee said his wife hsd under treatment since luffering a nervous berakdown and be-" lieved she might be incurably" ill. She was to be examine d. at' the University of Calif rrnia-' Hospital today. She also leaver a son, Robert, 11. CREMATORIUM COLUMIARIUM P IUHmu, Manaftt MOWI, MATHII MONTOOMIRY OAKIAND, CALnTOtNIA TILIPHONI OLYMPIC 4-1311 Auto Costt Set Record NEW YORK, Dec. cans spert more than bil- lion doll.irs in 1954 for new and used automobiles and their maintenance and operation, new high. Dredge Skipper Left High'n Dry SAN LEANDRO, Dec. "J. Oakland Airport dredging con- tractor was left to r ome _ last night when he his outboard motor boat usod to- transport him to from hit dredge-home was stolen. Elmer J. Simpson, S3, who., livei with his wife, Twilt, ort one of the dredges at the foot Davis Street here, returned t a hunting trip Jate yesterdiiy to- find his boat and its niotolf, missing. Mrs. Simpson told Office that she saw take and head south to- ward San Mateo Bridge. Simpson is contractor lot'' of Airport. ______   

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