OBITUARY__William WeigelWilliam Weigel of 121 North C street died early yesterday morning at a local hospital after a short illness. Mr. Weigel had been a ranch worker for the Utt Development Co. since coming to Oxnard 17 years ago. He was born Dec. 22, 1893, in | Victoria, Kans., and was a mem-jber of the Eagles Lodge. He1• leaves his wife, Catherine of Oxnard; three sons, Robert of! Oxnard. Edwin of the U.S. Air | Force at Ardmore. Okla., and i Patrick of the Air Force in Okinawa; two daughters, Mrs. Ly-j jdia Milani of Oxnard and Miss' Sylvia Weigel of the U. S. Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton; three brothers, Fred, Henry and Mike, all of Hays, Kans.; a sister, Mrs. Adam Knoll of j Waukegan, 111.; and three j grandchildren. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Reardon Brothers Mortuary.,* Requiem masg will be offered j at Santa Clara Church at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Burial will follow I at Santa Cara Cemetery.