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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Oakland, California                                IS Mon., Aug. Funeral Notices ANDERSON, Elsie W., In Oakland, Au- gust 13, 1972, beloved wife of the late Edward F. Anderson; loving mother of Mrs. Jane W. Martin of Suisun and Mrs. Merle Fyfe of Yuba City and the late Dorothy Haskell; dear sister of Mrs. Lillian Chrosthwaite, Mrs. Ger- trude Riewerts, Mrs. Mildred Madsen, Stanley and Harold Walton; devoted grandmother of seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A resident of Oakland for years. Friends are invited to attend the fu- neral services, Tuesday, August 15, at D.m. at the JOHN COX PIED- MONT MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4014 Howe St., Oakland. Brand) 222 and. the Teamsters Local FRMNiS. No. 750. A native of Geneva, Italy; aged 66 years. Friend! are invited to attend tnt services, Wednesday, August 16, at a.m. from the Rose Garden Chapel of the GUERRERO 4 SERAMUR MOR- TUARY, 407 Estudillo Ave., San Lean- dro; thence to St. Leander's Church, wnere a Reauiem Mass will be held commencing at 10 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary, Tuesday, at Inter- ment, Santa Clara Catholic Cemetery, Santa Clara. For further information, Dlease call 483-5300. 13, 1972, beloved wife of the Henrv P. Froines. A native of Iowa. A retired suoervisor of Pacific Telephone Co. A life member of the National Dhone Pioneer Operators. Private services were held. TRUMAN'S SERVICE to Oakland, Ausust H. Olson officiating. Inurnment, Chapel CORMIER, H. Charles, in Oakland, Au- gust 11, 1972, beloved husband of Alice Cormier; beloved father of Brother Ce- lestine Cormier F.S.C. of Concord, Jo- seph A. Corner of Oakland, James L Cormier of Plessanton and Mrs. Mary Cunningham of Oakland and the late Bernard Cormier; loving grandfather of 11 grandchildren and six sreat- ffrandchildreri; brother of Mrs. Jose- phine 'Healow of Billings, Montana and Richard F. Cormier of Oakland; also leaves many nieces and newohews. A native of Minnesota; aged 89 years. A member of Holy Names Society of St. Elizabeth's Church. FITZGERALD, James L., in Oakland, August 12, 1972, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Fitzgerald of Berkeley; dear brother of Robert and Joe Fitegeraid, both of Berkeley, William Fitzgerald of China Lake and Mary Orlandi of Fremont; also sur- vived by several nieces and nephews. A native of Kansas; ased 42 years. Friends are invited to attend the fu- neral, Wednesday, August 16, at J a.m. from DEL REYNOLDS BAYVIEW 2414 Grove St., Berkeley; thence to St. Mary Magdalen Church where a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul, commencing at a.m. Recitation of the Rosary, Tuesday at S p.m. Friends are respectfully Invited to at- tend funeral services, Wednesday, Au- FREITAS, Dorothy E., a resident of San gust 16, at a.m. at Cooper's Chap- cl, 15SO Fruitvale Ave., Oakland; thence 10 Si. Elizabeth's Church, ISM 3ift Ave. wnere the Mass of the Resurrection will be offered at 10 a.m. Recitation of the Rossry, Tuesday, at 8 p.m. Interment, ______ ____......_... in Richmond, August 12, husband of Mrs. Clara- Rae Genser of El Cerrito; father of Sandl Maack. of Richmond; Mrs. Mori Treuasnier and Josh Genser both of El Cerrito; son of Mrs. Rose Genser of Hillsborough; brother of Mrs. Thelma Dobbins of Hillsborough. Superior Court Judge Contra Costa County since 1963. Member and Past President of Temple Beth Hillel; Regent, John F. Kennedy University, Martinez; Phi Beta Kappa; Past AAaster, Harbor Lodge No. 502 f. A.M.; a graduate of Stanford Univer- sity, BA and Stanford Law School, LLB, JD. A native of Stockton, aged 55 years. Friends are .Invited Io attend funerai services at Temple Beth Hillel, one block east of the Hilltop Drive exit on Freeway SO, Richmond on Tuesday, Au- gust 15, at a.m. Commital, Tel Shalon at ROLLING HILLS MEMO- RIAL PARK. The family prefers that any expression of remembrance be made to Temple Beth Hillel or your favorite charity. Civic Center Chapel of the WILSON KRATZER MORTU- AIES, Richmond in of ar- rangements. ROSSI, eunewtiu. In Oakland, August 12, 1972, dearly beloved wife of the late Frank Rossi; lovino mother of Carl F. Rossi; dear sister of Emma of Oakland and Genevieve Corezza of Ita- ly; idolized grandmother of Carla Eliza- beth Rossi; dear mother-in-law of Carl K. Rossi; also survived by nieces and nephews In California and in Italy. A native of Cassano Magno Province dl Verese, Italy. Friends are invited to attend the fu- neral Wednesday, August 16, at a.m. from the Mortuary Chapel; thence to St. Columba's Church for a sung Mass of the Resurrection at 10 a.m. Rosary, Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in the Mor- tuary Chapel. Entombment, St. Joseph's Mausoleum. Ex-Sen.Smith SANTOS, Maria V., In Oakland, August 11, 1972, a resident of Oakland, loving Holy Sepulchre Cemeierv, Hayward. Leandro, August 12, 1972, beloved wife of Frank J. Freitas; loving mother of Audrey Fisher, Mrs. Gail Vivo and Lynnette Freitas; lovino sisiei oi Mrs. Verna Freitas, Mrs. Mane ICreig- er and Mrs. Lillian Goldstein; lovino 6ERGENS, Clara J-, In a Walnut Creek grandmother of Dorothy, Ronda, Mi- Hospital, August 13- 1972, a resident o! Tyler speaker of the Illinois Sobrante; loving sister of Representatives Manuel Arnaro of Oakland; also sur- arid appointed to the U.S. vived by six grandchildren, four great c grandchildren, and a niece and nephew. oSnate seat Ot trie late oen. A native of Portugal; aged 78 years. A member of U.P.P.E.C. Supreme Council No. 1; S.E-S- Flor Da Mocidade of Oak- ana land; S.P.R.S.I. Supreme Council No. 1; VeSTerCiay 3T me age l.D.S.T. Inc. and I.S.MJVL Inc. both of California and Irmandade de Sao Joao Bapiisia No. 1 inc. of E! Cerrito. Friends are invited to attend funeral ___, _ services Tuesday, August 15, 1972, at 11 ate !fl 1969, he W3S Everett M. Dirksen, died apparently of a heart at- tack. Appointed to the Sen- i-or runner inrormaiion piease cnone chael. Candy. Thomss, and Jacaueline. Aiamo, wire or me isre nernran a.m. rom e rawng oom ape o r Parkins area adiacent to chap- native oi 'California; aged 59 years. A A. Gergens. A native of San Francisco, the ELLIS OLSON MORTUARY, 727 feated in 1970 by Adiai E. el. CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY FIRPO, 12, 1972, of Castro Valley, oeioveti hus- band of Lola Firoo; devoted father of Mrs. Evonne Williamson of Cas- tro Valley; loving brother of Maria Rosa Ferlenoa and FerSmando Firpo of Genova, Italy and the lats Angelo Firpo; member of Lus-Americano Benevolent Society, Council 28. Friends are invited to attend the fu- neral the new mortuary of -U-BICI: D E. 14th S' C" T'O'P no. Ausust 16, at thence to St. Lean- der's Church, 550 W. Estudillo Ave., San Leandro, for a Mass of the Resur- rection commencing at 9. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemeierv, Hayward. A member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Walnut Creek. Services will be held In the Garden Chapel of HULL'S WALNUT CREEK CHAPEL, 1139 Saranap Ave., off Bpule- 1.33 c.m.. The Sev. Ps'jl otio- armg. Interment. Sunset View Ceme- tery, Berkeley. Tne family prefers con- tributions to your favorite charity. San Pablo Avs., Albany; thence to St. Jerome's Catholic Church, Curry and Carmel Sts., El Cerrito, where a Reaui- em Mass will be recited for the repose of her soul commencing at a.m. Recitation of the Rosary, Monday eve- r g di e o Cv.. Jo cc: St. Joseph's Cemetery, San Paoio. STEINBECK, Arthur, in Oakland. August 13, 1972, beloved husband of Florence dear fafher-m-law or Graig Williamson Recitation of the Rosary, Tuesday, S AnD e 4. (Sue) Steinbeck; loving father of Flor- of Castro Valley. A member cf Italian P-m. For further information, please Jf Snf aind-the Catholic Federation, Walnut Creek call 632-1011. August 12, 1971 devoted sister of William Steinbeck; loving srandrather Vital Statistics Bsrr Haesloop of Albany and Paul Haesloop of Phoenix, Ariz; loving aunt of Maureen Haesloop of Albany, Mike. Greg and Chris Haesloop of Phoenix, Ariz.; dear niece of Bernice Cross, Florence Taviera and Loretta Eppson, all of Albany. A native of Oakland; aged 54 years. A member of Catholic Services For Slain Bay Youth Ambrose Catholic Clurcft, Berkeley; Al- bany Senior Otufcns and a retired em- ploye of Southern Pacific Railroad. of Jody and William Scott Dousan and Henry W. Steinbeck; loving bromer of Henrv J. Steinbeck, Louella Herman, Caroline Sasser, Atiele Reynolds and Lucille Roberts; father-in-law of Stanley __ D. Douean and Jtsn C. Steinbeck. A SfiTVlCeS native of Califbrnist. aoed 61 years A member of Fruitvale Merchants Asso- hplrl tnriav in Catfrfl Val- uation and East Oakland Exchange "ele IltUU loadJ JU val Friends are invHed to at- ley for Mario W. Oliver, 15, Aiameda County ANNULMENTS ROCHA, Carol snd Santiago INTERLOCUTORY DECREES VVOTTON, Ceiia and Willis. DENHAM, Lucille and Guy. BROOKS, Ksthis snd Milton McNALLY, Jan and Dennis CLcMMONS, Barbara and Mei-ton CHERRY, Marline and Lawrence POTTOL, Marcia and Steven GRIMES, Ida and Kenneth RUSSELL, Raymond and Elnora. GATTRELL, Delight and Floyd WELKER, Linda and James LYMAN, Mariana and Leo BIRD, Charles ana Carol ENGELSON, Frances and Richard HELLINGA, Norma and Jan MOOHSY, Linaa and William MICHAEL, Bonnie and Gary MATHSS, Linda and Robert 3ELLMOSE, Thomas and Carolt Judi and Michael DUGGAN, Daniel and Carol RODRIGUEZ, John and Kathrvn Nancy and Mslvin THOMAS, Josi? and Jerry HALL, Mae and William ROSS, Winston and Gwendolyn TURNER, Joseph and Ann BROWN. John and Florence SANDERS. Pamela and John CHERANICH. Iva snd Boris ROBERTS, Ronald and Judith RAMOS, Martha smJ Alejandro GUARNIER1, Carol and Robert HUGENBE1GER, Raymond snd Judy SOAR5S, Marvin and Margaret BOHSANCURT, Carolyn and Rodger FINAL DECREES POTTOL, Wlarcia and Steven FRENTZ, and Gumsr SURD, Bertha and George COHSN, Jay ana Georgians GOLD, Alison and Michael POMPILLIO, and Frsr.fc. Contra Costa County DIVORCES FILED GlLiCERSON, Avis and Ralph E. LYNCH, L. and Kathryn. LYON'S. Csrnlvn and Paul F. Jr. Larry D. end Pau'a. DEAVER, Audrey and Obrey R MUSGRAVES, Richard A. and Patricia. SUKLISON. Roberts and Gsrv L. HOcPFNSR, Paula and Patrick H. PRATT, Alsrtia and Dean T. LOQMIS, Paul W. snd Jane A. PETTIT, jane and Howard B. Sandra and Larry. HINDE, Dons and Everett D. THURSTON, Glaoys and Kurt W TYLER, Heanore and James w. Jr. CANNING, Sailv ano Jonn C MAAT2. Atercia and Russell (Legal separation) LYONS, R. and Joe R. NAY, Deanna J. and Kenneth R. (Legal Separation) Larry H end Jufie A PAULSON, Phyllis J. ana Wavne K. RiCHAFD, Judv A. and J BROWN, Janet G ana Roosrt L. Ill Laura G. and Carlss J. Francene L. and Mark CURRENT, Leslie J. aid Dannv L. CHURCH. Thomas L. and Adelaide S. KOSTELNIK. Jack M. ana Jans. WRIGHT, Jacouelme and BRA'JD, Clara A. and James C. LOW3ARDI, Catnenne and Michael. C3UZ, Jeanne and Dsminick J. LEE, Ar-is L ?nd WilUe L. Jr. Effie J and Joe E. 3OUi2, Buensfe T. and Alexis. WOODS, Lsu'S E. and Deibert C. STHpHAN, Mariivrwe L. and William (Leagl Separation) THOMAS, Lerov and Johneffa. REED. J. and Patrick W. PAV.IStZ. Frances 3nd Maximo G. GONZALES, Virciinia and Frsnctsco. EATON. V.'iHie 3-4 Eloise. ROBINSON, Wallace S. and Marv P HARRISON, Fred P spd Glens A. (Nullify) BROWN, William F. and Anne L. Deborsh S. and Harold D DAUGHERTY, Lynn D. and Jav K. GALIMORE, and "elix GONZALES, Minerva and Robert N. HORN. Doreen D. aid John S. FULGHAM, Linda S. and Roger D. PARLE, Jeanne L. and "rederick G. SMITH, Cne-i L. and Ji-nmy L. NIX, joV. M and Iva F. (Nullitv) .VUCCULAR, Dslores and Billy J. FRAGOZO, Leono- V. and Jose C R5EO, tterj G. and Arlington C. Jr. David W. snd Karen K. MARTIN, Susan F. and Jerrv P. FERNAMDEZ, Salty A. and Louis R. INTERLOCUTORY DECREES FR.ANKLIN, Beverly A. and Stanley BOYD, Cos! G. and H J. SMITH, James F. Jr. and Janet L. McCLAIN, Kare A. and Caarles E. MANGOLD, Julie lt< and Thomas P. BELLMAY, Henry A. and Lenons P. ETCHIESON, Esther A. and Charley B. EDMON, Linda D. and Beniamin M. Jr. SHUPP, Dorothy W and James D. FOY, Gerald 3. and Merhnda M. JARRETT, Alpha L. and Jonn VI. HUMPHRIES, Ceci! F. and Ruby V. LITTLE, Kaihenne G. and Robert P. JONES, Ann and Arnold CROWLSY, James L. and Eulalia. NAVOLT, Denzil H. and Jeanette R. MARTINEZ, Rena K. and Canute L. GILLIAM, Lizzie and Willie N. LIPSCOAAB. Awaul D. ana Elsie. 5RITT, Dcroihy and Bruce B. OLIVER, Jacaueline C. and Jimrnie L. NEAL, Edith P and John D. ASCAPI. Kalhieen G. and Michael A. ALBR5CHT, Mary R. and Glenn J BARRY, Patricia G. and John K. Contra Costa County INTERLOCUTORY DECREES WOODRUFF. Edna L, and William U LANG, Sanora L. and Douglas B. HOFFMAN, Curtis R. and Emily M. LEGERE, Elisa and Michael D. FINAL DECREES SKJOLDAGER, Holly K. and Carl D. CO.NKLIN, Juanifa A. and Jedc W. CAMSLER, Roosrt S and Rosemary t. WRIGHT, D. and John W. NANCH, Settve C. and Thatcner P WHIT5LAW, Vercv and James R. MILLS, Daniel and Janice K. BALLARD, James E. and Patricia M, 3URCH, Roser K. and Nancy M. HERNANDEZ, Peggv and Carios R. (Nullity) SWOFFORD, Julius N. and Mercedes (Nu'lrtv) CIRIO, Amenco and Lois A. (Nullitv) CODY, Joseph F, Jr. and Alice M. KIZZIAR, Sharon R. and Room L. Jr. (Nullitv) WILLIAAU. Sharon L. and Wizard R. (Nullity) MARRIAGE LICENSES Bamescn 21. Lafavetje, and Julie Gosgin, 20, Walnut Creek. POPE-DU E. Pope, 45. Con- core1, and Roberta Da Bois, 40, Walnut Creek. JOHNSON J.S. Johnson Jr., 20, and Smtnaiean Davenport, 13, both of Pirrsourg. A. Nsw, and Lorraine Black, 46, faofh of Walnul Crssk. A. West. 2S, ano Genruoe Koeosell, 20, both of favefie. D. Gaddis, 18, and Linda Smrtti, 17, ooTn of Antiocn. A. Surge, 3o, Wal- nut Creek, ana Claire Blue. 33, Pleasant riill. D. Kahi, and Jo Ann Grasowski, 22, both of Concord. ASKEW V. Askew Jr., 23, and Ciristine Blair. D, both of Walnut Creek. C 21, and Susan Scnrader, 22, both Walnut C'sefc G. Johnson, 22, oye of Southern Pacific Raiiroao. funeral services Wednesday Au- i tr Funeral services, .Wednesday, Ausust stS? at 1 CoSert Cteiet Who W3S dam in UfllOn 15SO Fruitvale Ave., Oakland. Inter- j-_.___n_nj menf. Holy Seoulcnre Came'erv, Hav- after ftG UlSappeareu ward. (For information please phone parking area adiacent 16, a m., from the ELLIS-OLSON MORTUARY. 727 San Pab.'o Ave., Al- fasnv, thence to St. Amorose Cnurch, Cornell and Gilmar. St.. Berkeley, for a 9 a.m. Mass. Rossry, Tuesday at 8 D.m. Committal services in S.t. Joseph's Cemeterv, San Pabto. (Adiacent park- Memorial contributions io the Heart Association or Hanna Cen- ter would be appreciated. CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY San Francisco Deaths of Undbsrs, John Parker, Herbert OMis, Roiland L. Doris Day For further information, please call FREMONT CHAPEL OF THE ROSES MORTUARY, 1943 Peralia Blvd. at Sraii 'cni Temole Way, Fremont, 797-1900 so1 OF THE ROSES Francis G. Rose, Dir. Ricci, A'larianns Russo, Urbena Vernucci, Giulia Watson, Gordon 27. A native of California, he was a student at La Vista Junior High School. Survivors include his par- ents, Mario and Dorothy 0. Oliver; a brother, Michael Oliver. Battle Mountain, Nev.; and sisters Mary Oliver Har- ris, Union City: Mrs. Droothy of Ernest Martin. Mrs. Irene Giasco during "Fl'loess'" her flimier Havward" Mrs OfHl- and Alvin Yates, all of y.rgin'a. A deafn "Friends are like stars. They iiUiJi-ci, Hdyttcuu, ivus. wii- mernper of San Leandro Ladies Auxiiia- shine'brightest when the night is dark- nie Crabtree COHCOrd, and rv r leer Reserve Unit 19 or Mrs. Linda Jones, Burney. Be the grandson of Card of Thanks HARRIS, Ruth Gertrude, in Portsmouth, The entire family of Madeline Rumuto Virginia, August S. 1972, beloved wire of srafefully acKnowleooes the many cards, late Georee E. Harris; oear sister gifts, food, donations i flowers siyen Oakland-San Leandro. A naiive of Vir- Sinia; aged 71 .years. i-nenos are inyired TO attenc Tuesday, Ausust lo, at 3 o.m. at the IS ausoices of Ladles Auxiliary Fleet Re- serve Assooahon. Umr 70, Oakland-San fSS? T- SL tions! rOr information 433- rfs rf HEPLER, Minnie, at rest, August 11, dearty oelovsd sister of the lats A L A M E D A COUKTY HEART ASSN. acknowledges memorial Mail to office 4171 MacArthur Blvd aanf" lwu D "doe street_ Jefferson Sadie Romero, Ernest Harmer, Mexi- co; and Frances Smith, Hay- 03ys 483-9440. Niohts KE 3-B441 The Rev. Herbert Gunder- aged 91 years- A member of Brookside Church and the Order of the UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY Aiameda Easrem Star- Friends are invited to attend the services Ausus; 15, at a.m. at the NEW COLONIAL CHAPEL, 2626 High St., Orkland, Rev. James Baldwin officiatins. Interment, Mt. View Cemstery. (Phuna HESTER, Maudie B., of Union Ciiv, Au- oast II. 1572. For turrner information, Please call FREMONT CHAPEL OF THE ROS5S SOCIETY of Aiameda Iv acknowledaes memo- i elesrapn, Oak. 633-2131 lach Of Garden Baptist MlS- __j t- j S10H, MaywarQ, OmCiatefl 3t Contra Costa Counties orafefully knowledaes memorial oifis. 2WN. Walnut Creak. rrankim at.. Oa< service at Chapel of the Val- ley. The Nation's Weather Concord" MORTUARY, 1MO Peralia Blvd. at snd Deaoran nuse, 21, Walnut Fremont, 757-1900 7 'and'jiilis J9Jiis' Anita R-' in Oakland, Ausust i3, Nortnern and Central California rd. 1572, a rasictent of Berteiey, ne- Fair throush tomorrow except mcre Creeic. R. Bur- noo, 35, and Susan Graham, 26, botn of Car- Conco: _ DEL MONTE A. Del .'.'.onfe Jr., 21, and Carol Bru- no, 19, Pitisnurg E. Youoo, 33, Rich- mond, and Susan Bobfev, 32, PiffsbU'o. L. Rinasov, 22. Modesto, snd Linda Jarcin, is, rinez. W. 17, and Linda Edmonds, 16, CHAPEL Of THE ROSES MORTUARY Francis G. Rose, Dir. Bay Area Fair through tomorrow except low clouds near the ocaan, ex- tending inland locally night and morn- iT3S. Continued cool. Hign tomorrow in the 40s near the coast to 70s inland. Low tonight in ifie 50s. West to south- west winds 15 to 35 m.o.h. ...rough fomorrpw except increas- loved_ moTiier of Sydney McCulIoi'sh of -ins clouds and fog along the coast Kensington and Preston A. Jo.ies of locally, spreading a few miles inland Newport Beach; also survived ay five nisttr and morninss. Little temperature orandchildren; dear aunt of Anrta Riley of Livermore. A native of Louisiana. A member of Thousand Oaks Chapter No. 375, O.E.S. and Collec. Court No. 12, JONES Jones Jr., 24, and Anna Bsrry, 20. ooth of Concord. P. Scnurnan, 25. and Jar. Archu.'etta, 20, WB'nur Creek of Amaranth, both of Berkeley. Martin Funeral services, Tuesday, August 15, born of B-m., at, the ELLIS-OLSON "conducted IraggT and 62; Ukian, 43 and 7: Chapte- No 375, O E.S. {Adjacent Parking) Northwestern California Fair through tomorrow exceot increasing low c.'ouds o' fog along fhe coast locally ssreaoins a few miles inland nignt and mornings. Little temperature change. Low and high tomorrow at Fort aoH ll'irian. 43 and 7S A most trusted name MORTUARY 3476 Piedmont Avenua Oakland Phone 652-1873 30, .Vainut Creek, and Pauline La 40, Duolm A. zler, 20, Lafayette, and Wanda Alexan- der, T, Ccnccrri. FEL1X-SINDICICH Russell G. 22, r.r.o.s, O-.G Tfe-srs 2', Richmond. GRI5SO-OAKLHY Ronald N. Grisso, 23, Concord, and Barbara Oakley, It, Sodeo. ALVALOS-FURTADO Richard H. Ava.'os, Richmond, aid Joan Fur- taoo. 23, Albany. HALL-3AIROS Charles L. Hall III, 24, Pinole, snd Patricia Bairos, 18, Rodeo. Wayne A. Shea- herd, 23, end Juanita Parks, 20, botn of Richmond. KING-OWENS Jrmmie L King, 20, and Jonnnie Owsns, 27, both cf Rich- mond. GREEN-JONES Samuel Green, 20, and Dorothy Jones, 20, both cf Valls- SAMPSON-OAVIS Samoscn Jr., il. Concord, and Vickt Davis, 25, Richmond. OE VALLE-REED Frank A. De Valie, 26, and Sandra Reed, 19, both of Richmond. DAVENPORT-MlcKENDRICK Robert E. Davneoort Jr., 23, Richmond, arid Deborah McKendrick, 21, San Pablo. NANCE-BAUWBERGER Richard G. Nance, 22, Richmond, and Lynn Baumberper, 20, San Panlo. LEWIS-LIVELY Ronald D. Lewis, 25, and Dariine Lively, 23, both of Richmond THOMAS-THOMAS John Thomas, and Ella M. Thomas, 59, both of Pichmond WERNER-HERKES David C. Wer- ner, 22. Pleasant Hill, and Laurel Yerkes, 22. El Sobrante. Robert Bifhell, 22, and Conceocitm Martinez, 21. both of Richmond. JOKNSON-PONScLL David 8. John- son, 25, Marysvilie, and Cathy Son- sen Richmond Marc Jones. It, Aalmo, and Barbara Robinson, 23, HI 3AUA1SESGER-DIAS Ernes? ernssf W Saumberier Jr., 22, and Valerie D'as, 21, noffi of Richmond. HASTY-MARTINEZ Cliffo'rd 5. Hasty, 21, San Pablo, and Dorrina 19. Rochmond. L. Ow- ens. 73, Gayle Tostenson, 19, both nf Paolo Y-WINSTON Johnny S. and Rosa both of Richmond. William E. Walker. ?0, and Linda Jackson, 20, both of Richmond. CORTESE-Dc MATTF-I David F. Corfese, 27, Catherine De Mattel, 27. both of El cerrifo. ZAPIEN-ZAP1EN Phillio Zaoien, Pichmond, and Sonia Zaoien, 38, El CPOFT-NIELSEN Lacy D. Croft Jr., 27, Fort Lauderdale, and Pauia Nielsen, V, Richmond. MACK-HARRIS Thomas E. Mack, 31, and Doris Harris, 27, both of Oakland. HEATH GOINFS Timothv L. Hea'h. 30, San Pablo, and Paula Bofnes, 26, Rodeo RFIF-KRAML1CK Timonlfiy M. Reif, 76. Concord, Pessy Kramlick, 20, LYMAN-EnrJLFBI UTE Richard M. Fdd'iobitrt'p' 3l! Ssn" Sierra Nevada Fair thro i tomor- Sacramento Valley Fair ihrouah tomorrow. Little Temperature change. Hijh tomorrow in the 80s. Low tonight ;T tie 50s TO low 60s. Soulne'ly winds 5 W. McCoy, 32. and ODDONE, Louisa M-, in Oakland, Ausust to 15 rn.B.h exceot swtnwesi io 25 Oddone; mother of "Louis Mount Shasta-Siiskivoo Area Fair Odoone and the laif Joseshine Oddone; tnroush tomorrow. Continued Low grandmotner of Sard) Montin; ftsn 'Mcrrov, a. Shasta great-grandmother of iv.ichael and Mi- Dam- s1" B- cole Montin; mother-in-law of Mrs. Di- ane Oddone. A native of Villate, Prov- ince of Italy; aoed 85 No: 40 ......t _ Friends are invited to attend the fu- 5 to 15 m o n nsral Wednesday, Ausust 16. at 9 a.m. Santa Clara Valley Fair through from the -VtOSSWOOD CHAPEL; thsnce tomorrow low cloudiness lale to Sacred hean Church for a suns night and Little temoerature Mass of Reauiern st 9-30 a.m. Rosary, cnanoe. Higns tomorro-.v in tne 70s ;o Tuesday, 8 P.m. Interment, St. Mary's cemetery- and across the Pac'fic Northwest. Wide- ly scattered thundershowers are likely in the South and from the mountain West to the MississiOBi Valley, i ernoerature changes should be minor. A stationary front will extend from western New York Stats across north- em Minnesota into a low over the west- ern Dafcotas. A hioh is expected over the southern Aooalachians. Temperatures BAY AREA Concord 33 Si Pittsbura Danville 95 52 pleasanton Hayward SO 53 Richmond Liverrripre 36 Sn Frncisco Martinez 86 51 Wlnut Creek Mi. Diablo 76 47 San Jose Oakland 73 57 Moffeff Fid Ormda 72 50 CALIFORNIA Bakersfield Eureka Fresno Los Angeles Needles Fair through UHle iemuerature change. K--s Lovl tonight m the uoeer 50s ana 60s. ALBERT ENGEL i CO. 3630 Telegraph Ave. at 37ift St. 652-3626 PARKER, Herbert Anthony, in San Fran- cisco, August 13, 1972, beloved husband of Concstia Parker; father of Marietta Kahl and father-in-law of Robert L. of Orinda; grandfather of Robert, 80s. Low tonight in tne 50s. North- winds 10 to 2) m o.h. in fhe after- noons. Low tonisn: and hign tomorrow at San Jose, 57 and 75: Hollisier, 50 and 80. Livermore Valley Fair through to- morrow. Little temcerature change. Gusty westerly winds 10 to 20 m.s.h. in the aftenoons. Diablo, San Ramon and Moraaa Val- leys Fair through tomorrow out with some early morning low clouds. Little K3M of ormda; grandfather ot Kosert, Jeffrey. Stanley, Patricia, Cynthia. Dan- temKrature Highs tomorrow m the uposr 70s Jo mid 3fls. Low tonialt in the SOs. Westerly winds 10 Io 20 m.p.n. in the afternoons. iel and ihomas Kani; brother of Estelle PatJricfc, Ernest Parker and ihe late Edgar Parker. Friends and relatives TW call after 5 p.m. on Monday, Ausust M, st the f--------------------- Memorial ctiaaets of 2, HUG- California nummary LISH, Masonic and Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco. Funeral services will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Green at Steiner St. San Francisco 11 a.m. Wednesday, August 16. Inter- ment, private, Holy Cross Cemetery. Contributions to vour favorite charity or to Lincoln Child Center, 4368 Lincoln Ave., Oakland, preferred. S" A rattier strong uposr level trough of low pressure prevails off the West Coast of the United States. This is giv- ing a relatively dry flow of air from ihe southwest over most of California witti a cooler than normal airmass. It is also giving a rattier deep marine layer along the coast Small craft warn- ings were lowered from Point Reyes to Point Conception this morning but rath- strona susty winds from the west 92 66 Sacramento 63 55 Salinas 90 59 San Diego 80 69 Santa Barbr ______ 100 7S Stockton Plm Springs ICO 77 Thermal PasoRobles 87 51 NATONAL AJbanv NY 82 53 Jureau Albuquargue 72 66 Kansas City Amaniio 81 67 Las Vegas Anchorage 57 ti Little Rock Asnvine 56 ot; Lsuisvif'e Atlanta 36 66 Memphis Billings fO 61 Miami Bech Birmingham 86 65 Midland Tex Bismarck 9i 69 Milwaukee Boise 30 K Mpls St. PU! Boston 87 64 Brownsville ?2 75 NewYcrk Buffalo 76 63 No Plane Surlngion Vt 73 53 Oklncm City Casper 96 60 Omaha ChrlesionSC 26 74 Orlando Christen WV 31 6i Philadelpnia ChrlotteNC 89 66 Phoenix Cnicagc 86 77 Pittsburgh Cincinnati 33 62 Portland Ms Cleveland 83 59 Portlnd Ore Columbus 0 32 57 Raleigh DI Ft Worth 93 77 Rapid City 92 62 Reno 91 71 Richmond M 62 St. Louis 31 55 Sf Prbg Tmp 85 66 Sit Lke City 72 54 San Antonio 90 74 SfSte Marie 79 57 Seattle 73 56 Shreveoorf 89 73 Spokane 92 76 Tucson 86 66 Washington 92 71 Wichita 88 69 Aoausr 73, beloved wife.of the late continue at to feet above the Caot. William Peterson; loving mother surface just inland from the coast of Mrs. Vilma Patterson of Lafayette The dry southwesterly flow has oreitv and HaroW W. Peterson of Oakland; rmicfl cut off the supply of moisture devoted grandmother of Mrs. Lynne that has been giving thundershower ac- Picard of New York, Mrs. Cynthia fivftv to Southern California areas ths Burff and Robert William Stevens, both oast several davs. There is considerable of Lafavetie; also survived bv throe Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Great Falls Helena Honolulu Houston Indianaooiis Jckson Miss Jacksonville CANADA Calgary Edmonton Montreal Ottawa 86 61 75 54 70 55 64 54 74 57 74 53 73 55 86 56 69 57 76 6B 76 55 86 58 99 75 59 51 94 74 83 69 93 69 65 38 69 86 79 85 69 S3 71 S3 72 51 72 3S 70 93 64 91 70 94 70 90 75 83 65 96 79 33 58 83 50 73 56 37 68 93 64 37 43 87 67 92 73 9fi 77 88 61 92 76 65 5? 73 54 92 70 79 53 90 72 86 64 97 M oreat-sranddauahfers; sister of Mrs. low cloudiness along most coastal areas this morning but skies are mostly fair Rirth Johsnson of Oland, Sweden, A elsewhere over the state Some hioh native of Sweden; aged 19 years. A cloudiness is noted in the northern po_r- member of the Tenth Church of Chris- tion of ths state. Mostly fair skies will tian Scientists of Oakland and the Moth- continue through except low er Church in Boston, Mass. Privsfe family services were held. GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES Teleoraoh Ave., Oakland 451-W34 clouds and local foo along the coast which will be increasing slowly and spreading Inland locally few miles dur- ino the night and morning hours. Temperatures will be below seasonal normals at all inland oortions of the state throush tomorrow. Highs in the RENSTROM, Hilda C., of Havward, Au- Central Valley will be in the 80s as will oust 14, 1972, wife of the late Oscar inland portions of coastal valleys and Renstrom; loving sister of Aunes Marie most of the Los Angeles Basin. The Carlson of Culver. Indiana; dear aunt desert area of Southern California will of Norma M. Swayne of Hayward, iw be in fhe 90s to low ICOs. It will bf in Bennett of Culver, Indiana and Ray- the upper SOs to mid 60s alonq most of mond Carlson of Cnicacto, Illinois; qreat- the northern and central coast and to aunt of Linda Ann Knoedler of Bur- the 70s along fhe south coast, bank and Robert David Swayne of Liv- ermore; oreat-qreat aunt of Karen Knoedler and Kafhrvn Knoedler of Bur- National bank and Elizabeth Swavne of Liver- more; also survived by relatives In Sunny but auite warm weather is on Sweden. 13D for most of the nation. And it will Friends are Invited to attend the be hot as well as humid from the Gulf services af SORENSEN BROS. MOR- states to fhe midwest. Pleasant summer TUARY B St Havward, Wednes- weather is expected to continue in the dav, Ausust 16, at 3 o.m.. Rev. Marvin Northeast along fhe Pacific Coast ANGLERS' TIDE TABLE chael D. Hnllenheck, 25- P'rteley, and Psrppl KitVodoe, 17, Richmond. Larry R. Oieda, 23. San afKJ Lucille Martinez, Ifl. OirhmoM Lawrence E. Fish- er, u. Adorins Fisher, Oi, both of San Pah'o ippi Jimmy L. Roach. 37, snrf philipui, 20, both of El OnnaW P. Miilky, 73, and Jan Ramey, 17, both of Rich- mond. MifMe! M, It, and Treva Messer, 22, both of Rich- mond han. 19, and Diana Moran, 17, boih of Richmond. WHLSH-SHEFFlELr) Mirtuel F. Welsh Hr., 22, El Paso, Tex., snd Imogene Sheffield, Pinole. MADDEN-HERNANDEZ Myron J. Madden, 21, and Maroeret Hernandez, 18, both of Richmond. BALL-HIGH Jimmlt L, Ball, 57, and Kimberly High, U, botti of Rlcnmond. August PicHfc OtrlMit Sirimr runt 'Denotes 14-tm rhti a.m. Moon rim p.m. Meon 67 55 Regina 73 59 66 43 Toronto 75 62 66 54 Wmniuea 78 60 67 54 Vancouver 70 52 PAN AMERICA Acapulco JO 75 Mexico City 77 48 Barbados 83 79 Monterey 73 73 Bermuda U 72 Nassau 88 77 Bogeta 66 50 San Jun PR 39 73 Culiaran 99 75 St. Croix VI 90 77 Havana 88 75 St. Kitts 87 78 Kingston 91 79 Tegucigalpa 77 64 Mazatlan 91 81 Vera Cruz 88 72 INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen midnight, 57; Amsterdam 1 a.m., 61; Ankara 3 a.m, 63; Athens 2 a.m., 81; Auckland noon, 55; Berlin 1 a.m., 68; Birmingham midnight, 57; Brussels, 1 a.m., 61; Casablanca mid- night, 68; Copenhagen 1 a.m., 63; Dublin midnight, 59; Geneva 1 a.m., 64; Hons Kong 8 a.m., 79; Lisbon midnight, 61; London midnight, Madrid 1 a.m., 66; Malta 1 a.m., 75; Moscow 3 a.m., 57; New Delhi 5 a.m., 75; Nice 1 a.m., 75; Oslo 1 a.m., 54; Pans 1 a.m., 64; Pe- king 3 a.m., 70; Rcfme 1 a.m., 75: Sai- gon 8 a.m., Sofia 2 a.m., 63; Stock- holm 1 a.m., 54; Sydney 10 a.m., 52; Tel Aviv 9 a.m., 63; Tokyo 9 a.m., 84; Tunis 1 a.m., 77; Vienna 1 a.m., 70; Warsaw 1 a.m., 57. SOUTH AMERICA Asuncion 8 p.m., 68; Buenos Aires B p.m., 54; Montevideo 9 p.m., 54; Riu Janeiro 9 p.m.; 70. Ship Movements TODAY SCHEDULED ARRIVALS Subject to change without notice BEGONIA, Los Angeles, 9th Ave. HAKONE MARU, Long Beach, OCTE HOUSTON, Anacoites, A Johnson JOHANNES MAERSK, Los Angeles, Pier 29 J'JZAV WU, 9th KINGSVILLE, Charleston, Pier 4S MARINE CHEMIST, Los Angeles, OOH McGuires PRESIDENT GRANT, Los Angeles, Pier 80 TAMPA, Long Beach, Sealand TICONDEROGA, Los Angeles, Martinez SCHEDULED DEPARTURES Subject to change without notice i ALLUNGA, Los Angeles, PCT, or Ij HAKONE MARU, Kobe, Oakland J. H. MACGAREGIL, Sea, RLW MARGARET JOHNSON, Los Angeles, PCT MONTANA, Yokohama, Pier K, 0909 PEARLSTONE, Tacoma, Pier 50 PRESIDENT COOLIDGE, Yokohama, SAMOA Los 27A. SEA'TRAIN" WASHINGTON. San Dieso, OAT SOUTHERN Persian Gulf, Bcnlcia THOMAS MAERSK, Manila, Pier 50 TRANSOCEAN TRANSPORT, LoS An- 9th Ave. New City Backers Teii Stand DANVILLE Proponents of the incorporation of San Ramon Valley communities have issued a "statement of purpose" reaffirming their po- sition. Officials of Taxpayers for Incorporation, headed by Chairman Gene Rolandelli, said Friday at a press confer- ence that "unparalleled pres- sures of population growth create a dire threat to the nat- ural beauty and rural charac- ter of San Ramon Valley" un- less properly controlled. Among the primary purpos- es of incorporation, they said, are: establish a minimum- service, low-budget city gov- ernment, financed with State-paid subvention funds. provide, through a lo- cal government responsive to local wishes, land-use and population gnwifl coniruis in keeping with the rural charac- ter of the valley. preserve and enhance the valley as an area of com- patible but distinct communi- ties with economic and esthet- ic benefits to all. Opposing incorporation is the C i t i z e n s Committee to Preserve San Ramon Valley, which, has launched a wide- spread campaign to nullify the incorporation move through exclusion requests at the county hearing level. The public hearing before county supervisors on the pro- posed incorporation will re- sume Aug. 28. Besides questioning the fi- nancial feasibility of a no-tax city, opponents of incorpora- tion also contend the prime objective local planning control could be achieved under new legislation allowing for establishment of planning commissions in unincorporat- ed areas. However, city proponents say a local planning commis- sion would provide no more real final authority than the informal citizens planning committee now in existence. Victor C. Hammond Dies at 72 MARTINEZ-Viet or C. Hammond, 72, a professional photographer who operated a studio on Main Street here for 26 years, died yesterday in a Concord hospital, following several months' illness. A native of New York State, he was a custodian at Alham- bra High School for seven years after selling his photo studio in 1958. Mr. Hammond, who had lived here 49 years, was a member of Martinez Masonic Lodge No. 41 and the First Congregational Church of Martinez. He leaves his wife, Roberta of the family home at 1125 Arreba St. Funeral services will be held in the First Congrega- tional Church at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Contributions to the First Congregational Church Memo- rial Fund or a favorite charity are preferred. Forest Fire Controlled At Shasta SHASTA A fire that destroyed part of the old mining town of Shasta caused in damage, but finally has been controlled, according to the State Division of For- estry. More than residents were evacuated Friday. The blaze destroyed or damaged .seven homes, five of which were in Shasta; two barns, four sheds, four cars, two house trailers and two camper shells. A hearing was to be held to- day a 12-year-old Redding boy held for investigation of arson in connection with the blaze. At Weaverville, a fire caus- ing damage estimated at in timber and wat- ershed, was reported near containment. 11 destroyed more than 3 million board feet of lumber. Precipitation National-Albany, N.Y., .W; Burlinaton, vt., .10; Chlcaoo, .05; Dal. Ft. worth, .07; Fairbanks, M; Farvo, .W; Great Falls, .01; Helena, .14; Houston, 1.00; Jackson, Miss., .77; MMInnrf, .M; Mil- waykee, Sft; Ricnmona, M, .33; Washington, 1.72. .07; Edmonton, .05; Montreal, ,05; Ottawa, .16; Refllna, Pan .03; Mexico City, .03; San Juan, P.R., .W; Croix, V.I., .02; TtDUClflllpa, .02. Modesto s Santa Claus Loses Fight With Cancer wood, who played Santa Claus to hundreds of children in his hospital room last Christmas, is dead at 71. The white-bearded Sher- wood died yesterday in a hos- pital here after a four-year battle with cancer. Sherwood's much-publicized wish to be Santa Claus for one more Christmas drew long lines of children to Ms hospi- tal bed last December. He started playing Santa at a Modesto shopping center in 1968 after he learned he had cancer. The tparhfr. who in- structed deaf children for 42 years, said he became a shop- ping-center Santa because he had decided to "live-it "I love life, very much so, I love he said. Sherwood will be buried Wednesday, but there will be no funeral service, said the Rev. "David McCracken, pas- tor of the College Avenue Con- gregational Church. According t o Sherwood's wishes, a "celebration of life" service will be held two weeks after his burial with music, refreshments and a reading of a poem about Santa Claus. f Rites Wednesday For Mrs. DiMaggio POTSBURG A requiem high mass wiU be sung here for Mrs. Alveretta (Babe) Di Maggio, 44, member of a pi- oneer East Contra Costa County ranching family. The mass will begin at a.m. Wednesday in the Church of the Good Shepherd. Mrs. Di of 3860 Los Altos Place, died Saturday in Mt. Diablo Hospital, Concord, after a long iEness. A native of Knightsen, she was the daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Victor Mashado, who operated a large ranch. She was graduated from Oak- ley Elementary School and Liberty Union High School at Brentwood. She was active here in Stir- ling Parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden West; the Pitts- burg Sons of Italy Lodge and Church of the Good Shepherd. Surviving are her husband, Vincent S. Di Maggio, manag- er of the J. D. Distributing Co., and five children, Dennis, Denise, Vincent, Sally Ann and Kathryn Di Maggio, all of Pittsburg. She also leaves five sisters. Mrs. Bernice Mazzuco of Pittsburg. Mrs. Betty Fontana of Antioch, Mrs. Louise Cadoo of OaMey, Mrs. Loretta Silvy, Piichmond. and Mrs. Pearl Babe ofNebraska; three brothers, Arnold and Henry Machado. both of Oakley, and Harry Machado, Brentwood, and two grandchildren. The Piosary will be recited at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Pittsburgh Funeral Chapel, 2295 Railroad Ave. Memorial contributions to the Lupus Clinical Research 3-Day Forecast Northern outlook Wednesday throush Friday. Fair weath- er except coastal low cloudiness night and morninss. Warming trend. Highs in upper 50s and 60s near the coast. Hiohs uoper 80s to uoosr 90s inland valleys warming to 95 to 105 Friday. Lows in the 5Qs at low elevations except 60s northern Sacramento Valley. Fund at the University of Cal- ifornia Hospital in San Fran- cisco are preferred. JUDGE JOSEPH GENSER Died Saturday Services Tomorrow For Judge RICHMOND-Funeral serv- ices for Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge Joseph Genser, who died Saturday at his home in El Cerrito, will be at a.m. tomorrow at Temple Beth Hillel, 801 Park Central, Richmond. The Rabbi Bernard J. Rob- inson will preside at the cere- monies. Judge Genser was a law graduate of Stanford Universi- ty, a veteran of World War H, and a former member of the Contra Costa County Demo- cratic Central Committee. He was appointed to the bench in 1963 by Gov. Edmund G. Brown and served as pre- siding judge of the court in 1969 and 1970. TODAY'S CROSSWORD ACROSS 1 Lucre 5 Vapor 10 Joe: Sp. 14 Consumer 15 Motto 16 Soviet sea 17 Stage dirk 18 Great Lake 19 Unusual 20 Unorthodox one 22 Another unorthodox one 24 Medicine- giver 26 Fighter plane 27 Do better 30 "If she elopes 35 Tests 36 Forma1 or night drass 37 Title 38 First three initials for a missle .39 Lubricate 41 And so forth: abbr. 43 Wee: Scot. 44 Soften 46 Cape 48 Change 5Q Raining ice 52 Bird farm 53 On ihe run: si. 54 Shin-bone 56 Another unorthodox one Solution to Saturday's 60 Sagacious 64 Minute particle 65 Wee archer 67 FDR's mother 68 Revolving: pref. 69 Poison: 2wds. 70 Leave out 71 Not shut 72 Smooth consonants 73 Tree home DOWN 1 Shove 2 Slave 3 Look suggestively 4 Liberty 5 Church split 6 Brief peace 7 Forever: poet. 8 With escent, youthful 9 Memorial 10-of virtue 11 Part of QEO 12 -mutuel 13 Source of power: abbr. 21 Body trunk 23 Nothing 25 Greek letter 27 Cha city 28 Surpasj 29 Myth 31 Mama sheep 32 Italian macaroni 33 Variety of grain 34 Worn with age 36 Narrow valley 40 Adverse 42 Carp at 45 Colossal figure of man 47NCO 49 Secret relationship 51 Make lace 52 Homes 55 Chinese town: var, 56 Game of chance 57 Above 58 Memo 59 Square block 61 Domesticate 62 Eye part 63 American suffrage 66 Utensil   

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