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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Oakland, California Oakland Tribune monday nov. A were photo map weather forecast the Bay area will have fair weather tonight and tomorrow. It will be colder tonight across the Northern half of the nation with scattered Snow flurries and showers in Tome areas. Storm eases up most of nation fair by the associated press an Early snowstorm whipped into Western Washington by powerful winds yesterday dumped up to 6 inches of Snow on parts of the state. The storm downed Power and communications lines in several sections. Olympia tie capital City measured 6 inches. Three inches of Snow fell on Seattle. Gale Force winds lashed much of Washington and Oregon in some areas escorting heavy rain. Tie storm diminished today when generally fair weather prevailed across the nation. Cloudy skies dimmed the Cen trial Atlantic states Ohio River Valley and parts of the South West. Heavy fog bedded Down in Chicago for the night cutting visibility on some major roads to 25 feet and making driving treacherous. Of a number of fog shrouded accidents two claimed As Many lives. Weak storm blows Over into Sierra a weak storm front from the Oregon coast passed Over tie Bay area Early today dropping just enough rain to Slicker the streets and moved eastward to the Sierra where Snow showers were forecast i this afternoon. The Weatherman forecast i Clear weather for tie Bay area this evening with scattered Clouds. It will be Clear tomorrow cloudiness Are probable. Another Gusty storm Center which was off the Oregon coast late yesterday broke up j during tie night. W i t h increasing moderate winds 20s in new England and in the Rockies and below 20 in the Mercury dropped to the i Central Colorado. Summaries and forecasts ship arrivals departures in Bay area a Rived in . Bay saturday november if flying a California ., ., Galley from Honolulu. Tide Oil co. Avon. Golden Bear ., s. Roge nes from los Angeles. Pacific far Easl lines. Pier 44. Japan Bear ., a. Lyon com Yokohama. Pacific far East line Oakland terminal. Bayou state 7 ., p. From los Angeles. States Marine lines. Oak land terminal. Yoku Maru ., a. Kowa Guschl from Yokohama. Mitsui lines pier 23. Jalad Hanya pm., h. Lewis from los Angeles. Westhal Larsen co. Stockton. Sanyo Maru ., Kayal from Japan. Willlams Dimond. Pier 25. Sunday november 30 Pacific venture ., from los annexes. T. Walt co. Richmond. Tsunashima Maru ., Ota from los Anicles. Bokke is co. Pier 45. Permanente Silverbow ., o Brien from Portland. Perma Rente 5s co. Redwood City. Sailed from . Bay saturday november 1? h. D. Collier ., Ehrns Vard for Estero Bay. California ship Ping co. Dona Nati 8 ., Sgal Doro for Manila. Balfour Guthrie co. Ciudad de Bogota 8 ., Torre for los Angeles. Balfour Guthrie co. Fairport ., Coleman for Inchon Korea. Waterman corp. Okikawa Maru 9 ., Akal for los Angeles Kerr is line. Sig land ., Sonda los an Geles. Slates Marine Isthmian Agency. Wanderer ., yacht Joe Price for South seas cruise. Zelima ., for sea. . Navy. Empire state ., a. Han sen for Yokohama. Stales Marine line. Jongedyk ., Busser Foi los Angeles. Holland America line. J. A Tuttle 6 ., Gallagher for Al Segundo. California shipping co. Sunday november 30 Kiyokawa Maru 12 ., s. Kojima for . Kerr is co. Frank a. Morgan ., Bret sem for los Angeles. Richfield Oil. Fern Moor 5 ., Fredriksen Foi los Angeles. Overseas shipping co. Scheduled arrivals subject to change without notice. Today hawaiian merchant from Hono Lulu. Lurline from Honolulu pier 35. Contest from Pusan. P 8. T adventurer from Norfolk pier 38. Tuesday november 21 Columbia Star from Glasgow. Laurits Swenson from Hamburg villager from London. Steel flyer from new York pier 39. Texas from Yokohama pier 15. River Stockton. Pacific Bear from los Angeles. Ohio from los Angeles. Lloyd Bakke from los Angeles. Santa Anita from Columbia River. Scheduled departures j subject to change without notice. Today Lurline for Honolulu pier 35. Tuesday november 22 Marine snapper or Brooklyn Encinal terminal Alameda. Roebia for Caluma pier 32. Sunniville for Manila pier 2fl weather forecasts Bay High temperatures near 60. Partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow and fog Likely tomorrow morning. Little change in temperature. tonight j4 to 52. Westerly wind 5 to 15 knots in the afternoons Northern and Central fair in _ Central California through tomorrow except considerable fog and Low Clouds 1 Ness in the valleys Nighland morning. Partly Cloudy in the North with local j morning fog. Slightly cooler tonight. Western partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow and Chance of scattered i Light rain or Snow showers near Oregon 1 Border. Colder North portion. High Bolh Days 45 to 55, Low tonight 15 to 25. My. Shasta Sisk Lyou partly Cloudy tonight and a few Snow flurries Likely. Cloudy tomorrow. Sierra partly Cloudy North portion and air South portion ton Ghl and tomorrow. Cooler North portion. Sacramento partly Cloudy to night and tomorrow and patches of morn ing fog. High both Days 55 to 62, Low tonight 39 to 48. Variable wind 5 to 10 . Cape Blanco to Point Conception winds mostly West to Northwest b to in knots tonight and tomorrow except becom ing southerly 15 to 30 knots Cape Mendo clan northward tomorrow. Partly Cloudy. Joaquin fog or Low Over cast most of Valley tonight and tomorrow Forenoon but Tair tomorrow afternoon. High both Days 56 to 64. tonight 3s id 45. Variable wind 5 to id . Isallias fair tonight and to Morrow Etc put morning fan. Ill tic change in temperature. High both Days 58 to 65. ton Ghl 35 to 45. Variable wind 5 to 10 . High today and Low tonight at Salinas 61 and 45, paso Robles 64 and 35. Santa Maria san Luis Obispo coastal fair tonight and tomorrow. Little Colange in temperature. High both Days 6 j to 70. tonight 38 to 46. North to Northeast wind 5 to 10 knots. 5 ant a Clara fair tonight and tomorrow except morning fog. Little change in temperature. High both Days 60 0 66. tonight 36 to 49. Gentle 1 wind. I Livermore tonight and to Morrow except morning fog. Little Creange in temperature. Gentle wind. Monterey Bay fog or Low Over cast in the mornings otherwise Lair to night and tomorrow. Little change in temperature. High Bolh Days 5b to 64. tonight 45 to 52. Westerly wind 5 to 15 knots in the afternoons. Fort Bragg and partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow. Little change in temperature. Coastal wind mostly North West s to 15 knots. Central coast counties partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow and morning fog ill Ely tomorrow. Little change in temperature. High today and Low tonight 91 sen Jose 62 and 46, Hollister 64 and 44, Napa 60 and 40. Gentle wind. Northwestern partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow except Cloudy near the Oregon Border. Little change in temperature. High today and Low tonight at Ukiah 60 and 40, Napa 60 and 40, Santa Rosa and 36. Coastal wind variable 5 to 10 knots except becoming southerly to 30 knots Cape Mendocino North Ward tomorrow. Tion. Cool unstable air near the Oregon Border May make a few Snow flurries Over the mountains there this Forenoon. Another deep Low pressure Center is located Miles West of Seattle and is moving rapidly toward British Columbia. Some cloudiness on the South fringe of this storm will be seen Over Northern California tonight and tomorrow. Fair weather will continue otherwise through tomorrow except Tor considerable log and Low cloudiness in the valleys Nighland Light Rains fell As far South As san Francisco and Sacramento last night and i Early this morning. Total in Inlall in the son Francisco by amounted la less than .05 inches of All weather stations. No California weather station had More than s Quarter of an Inch. There were a Lew patches of fog in the valleys of Central California but fair weather has been he Rule otherwise Over the South two thirds of the slate during the past Day and night. Southerly gales prevailed on the coast from Cape Mendocino North Ward yesterday but subsided during the night. The Santa Ana winds in the South died Down sunday. Winds Over other sections have been Light. Temperature tables California reports h l h l Bakers Field 63 42 red Bluff 58 45 Dag Gill 66 39 Sacramento 63 49 Eureka 58 42 Salinas 64 to fair iced 61 52 san Diego 76 52 Fresno 48 38 san Francisco 59 5? Hamilton Field 61 51 san fran Apt 54 49 Long Beach Flo 47 Santa Barbara 68 39 los Angeles by 53 Stockton 64 41 Oakland 59 53 Sunnyvale 61 49 Oakland Apt 61 50 Thermal 84 42 peso Robles 66 41 National reports h l h l Albany by 49 34 Juneau 35 32 Albuquerque 55 26 Kansas City 60 31 Amarillo 56 30 Las vegas 62 37 Anchorage 22 12 Louisville 52 30 Atlanta .64 45 Memphis 67 39 Birmingham 6q 41 Miami Beach 78 67 Bismarck 56 31 Milwaukee 48 26 Boise 57 39 is. Paul 51 32 Boston 54 40 new Orleans 73 60 Brownsville 84 67 new York 55 42 Buffalo 46 35 Oklahoma cily 5b 39 Casper 46 Omaha 36 Charleston 66 53 Philadelphia 57 33 Chicago 47 37 Phoenix 77 48 Cincinnati 56 3fi Pittsburgh 54 34 Cleveland 5435 Portland 4936 Columbus o 53 29 Portland Ore 56 39 Denver 62 31 Raleigh 62 44 pcs Moines 58 33 rapid City 64 31 Detroit 48 35 Richmond 61 36 Duluth 50 36 St. Louis. 61 33 Elpaso 64 35 Salt Lake cily 47 24 Fairbanks 14-33 san Antonio 6456 fort Worth 55 50 Seattle 44 33 Galveston 69 57 Spokane 48 31 Helena 55 37 Tampa b2 60 Honolulu 80 72 Washington 60 43 Indianapolis 56 j5 Wichita 59 28 Jacksonville 73 55 Canadian reports h l h l Calgary 39 23 Regina 41 30 Edmonton 39 24 Toronto 51 29 Montreal 4b 3b Winnipeg 41 31 Ottawa 50 31 Vancouver 45 33 precipitation table Sun Moon and tide new Moon 1st mfr full Moon last or dec. 18 nov. 25 dec. 2 . . . . . . . November 21 5.3 2.4 november 22 5.4 2.6 november 23 5.5 2.8 6.0 november 24 2.7 notice in the above tabulation of the tides the daily tides Are Given in the order of their occurrence com mencing the Early morning tides in the left grind column. The time and Heights of tides in the above Marine Exchange inc. Tables Are Given for the foot of Park St., Alameda. For fort Point subtract 40 minutes. The column or height is the Elevation of tide in pet above or below the Idip on coast Survey Chart. Numbers Are additive to Chart Depths unless preceded by a minus sign then subtract. National summary a Large High pressure system spread Over the Interior of the nation from the Bast coast into the lower Rocky Moun sections this morning. The precipitation that occurred was confined to the far Northwest and extreme South Central portions of the country. Activity tapered off to showers in Western Washington and lower elevations of the Northern Rockies while higher spots continued to have scattered snows. In Tex As Light rain or drizzle was quite general Over most of the stale except for the Panhandle area and also at times in Southern parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. An isolated thunderstorm passed through Waco Texas heading eastward. Near freezing temperatures ranged Over the appalachians and the Rockies the mid Mississippi Valley and in a Broad band from Northern Minnesota and the Eastern Dakotas to the Texas Panhandle thence Westward into the Central plateau Region. Below Zero weather once More visited the higher Mountain communities of Colorado. Else where readings in the 40s predominated with warmer 50s or 60s the Rule across the Gulf coastal Artas into the arid Southwest and California. As the Day progresses temperatures will heat up under sunny skies to mild values Over most of the land making it a rather pleasant we a i her who for this time of the year. Some Cooling compared to yesterday is due the precipitation area of the Nort Wesl while warming takes place in the Vicinity of the Central Plains. Little change in the precipitation a Itcan is anticipated in flip extreme South Central sector of the country. I Eureka l red Bluff . Cily . Apt. Oak. Apt. Saclo Apt. Stockton Fresno Bah Ersfeld s. Maria . City s. Diego Apt sell last to 24 hrs Date .17 5.89 .00 5.52 .00 2.25 .01 2.75 .00 2.36 .00 2.65 .00 1.61 .00 2.41 .00 2.55 .00 .00 1.47 nil Scal to to Date july 1 Date last or june 30 6.57 3.24 2.56 2.00 2.33 1.82 1.70 2.08 2.30 3.30 1.55 3.02 .92 36.1.s 21.57 20.51 17.43 17.63 15.02 9.31 6.36 13.48 .00 .56 Detroit out As legion Parley site Indianapolis nov. The american legion s National executive committee has turned Down Detroit for the legion s 1962 National convention. The committee the legion s governing body Between conventions authorized a sub committee to Contact i As vegas nov., tentative site of the 1965 convention to deter mine whether it could qualify for the convention. The committee blamed in California summary adequate housing in the de the deep Low pressure Cemer that Droit area for its withdrawal of moved across the Pacific Northwest yes cow inf Matt ref Ihn Ter Day i now entered along the Northern saying it Osl of the larger Montana Border. A front extends South hotels had double Beds instead West from the Center to san Francisco. This front is now dissipating Over Call-1 01 Iwon it Rolf and will cause no further Preci Pila j firemen drive on hell s 50 acres new York nov. Fire commissioner Edward f. Cavanaugh or. Promises to launch the most intensive fire inspection program Ever conducted in any part of the country in a downtown loft District he Calls hell s 50 meanwhile an emergency fund was started yesterday for the families of three fire men killed in a loft building fire Friday night. Legal notices for the City of Oakland California the City cleric will receive sealed bids or proposals in her office in the City Hall at any time prior to the hour of o clock On Friday no vember 2u, for the follow for t1if. Construction of Pil k Roll lilt in Banning i Kivior it k t w k in Doran i Silvio Anil Moulth dr1vk in Tiik of Oakland Cali fornia. Spi cil i cat ions and h limit forms of proposals will he a by l he Kos i nicer in k information counter. Nth i Moor City Hall upon Deposit of Price bid All applicable taxes tie City is exempt from Federal Rixcie lax. All proposals shall be made in conformity with Section of the Oakland charter and Whall be accompanied by a cer Tif Ifil or cashier s Check or surely bund for an amount not than Iii per cell of the of tin proposal which shall be forfeited to the City if the Success Ful bidder fails or refuses to crier into the contract n warded h i Bond in an amount equal to Hie total contract Price As a for faithful performance of the. Contract and a bund in an amount to Kuar Linteo the payment of All claims for labor and materials fur in shod to to Kiven by Suc Cranful bidder. F on part to he entered into within Len i 1 it Calendar Days alter award thereof work shall he commenced within Len to Calendar Days and shall he Ole Ted within forty five work Iii Days a Frei Date of the auditor controller s certificate o the contract. Said work shall be performed in accordance with be specifications therefor adopted novem Ber 15. Ift fifi. And filed in the office of the City clerk to we Ucli reference is hereby made for nil detail and description. H. I Rritt cily Clark no. 5t obituaries Emma Moore elder services will be held wednesday for Emma Moore elder member of a Well known san Francisco family and widow of bookseller Paul elder who died saturday after a Long illness. Her husband founder in 1898 Paul elder s books died in 1948. Mrs. Elder was born in san Francisco the daughter of at Torney Joseph Moore. She lived in Berkeley for Many years but later returned to her native san Francisco. She is survived by two sons Paul elder or. Of san fran Cisco and Scott elder of Berkeley a daughter Pauline Michelbacher of Philadelphia four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at 11 Wednesday at the first unitarian Church in Berkeley following private in urn ment today. Leon Meyer funeral services will be held wednesday for Leon Meyer 78, boxing and wrestling publicist and former sports editor who died Sud Denly saturday. Or. Meyer who was sports editor for the old san Francis co bulletin was a Stringer for the associated press and the chronicle until his death. A one time fight manager or. Meyer had a stable of fighters which included local personalities Bobby Johnson Jimmy Carroll Toby Irwin and Young Peter Jackson. When he was t promoting or publicizing fights and wrestling or. Meyer drummed up Trade for the old Emeryville dog track pro Tennis dog shows and six Day bicycle races. A native of Luxembourg he leaves no survivors. His wife Lena died in 1949. Services will be at 11 Wednesday at c o i n s k y Roche funeral parlor do Lores and 16th streets san Francisco. Herbert Rose funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon for Herbert Rose 63, prominent Oakland businessman who died yesterday. Or. Rose was the founder of the giant distributing co., which has been in Oakland since 1937, and the owner of Betty Lou foods from 1939 to 1947. A resident of 2230 Lake Shore ave., he was a member of Temple Sinai. He is survived by his wife Etta a son Robert Rose a daughter mrs. David Adler and four grandchildren All of Oakland. His brother or. Julius Rosenbloom of colo., and Sisters mrs. Nat Kessler and mrs. Jack Birch both of Oakland also survive. Services will be at 2 Tomorrow at the Grant Miller mortuary 2850 Telegraph ave., with rabbi William Stern officiating. Ellison Ketchum Miami nov. Son Ketchum 52, who headed the fund raising Campaign for the Eisenhower presidential Library at Abilene kan., died Here today of cancer. One of his sons Ellison Ket chum jr., is a resident of 505 e. 22nd St., Oakland. Other survivors Are his widow an other son a daughter and three Brothers. A native of Colorado and former athletic director of the University of Denver he came to Miami in 1954 to be come associate director and Public relations representative for the greyhound racing record. Legal. Notices City of Oakland state of California tie City cleric will receive sealed bilk 01 proposals in her office in the City Hall at any Limo prior to tie hour of o clock On Friday. No vember 25, it go. For the follow info for furnishing Hundred and fifty thou Sand i More or leks. Sall be ballot envelopes to City clerk s office of tier City of Oakland California. Specifications and manic forms of proposals will be furnished by tie City clerk on application. Price bid shall include All applicable taxes. The City is exempt from Federal excise tax. All proposals shall to made in conformity with Section 12f of the Oakland charter and shall be accompanied by a. Certified or cashier s Check or surety Bond for an amount not less than 10 per cent of the Ark Rejrat of the proposal which shall lie to the City if the successful bidder fails or to enter Inlo the contract awarded i a Bond in an amount to one fourth of the total contract Price shall he 111 bidder As guarantee for fail haul Perfi a Nee. Of the con tract. Contract Lohr entered into within ten 10 Days after award thereof. Delivery to be made within fifty 50 Days after Date of auditor controller s certification of contract. All to be furnished in Accord Ance with the terms of the specifications therefor adopted no vember 17, if fio. h. Murphy. City clerk. No. No. Cardinal asks paid corps of Catholic laity Boston nov. 21 Richard Cardinal cashing Lias proposed paying trained Lay men to teach roman Catholic Church doctrines throughout the world because of a Short age of priests. The Cardinal said yesterday he would ask the next ecumenical Council in Rome to establish the paid corps of laity to help combat communism. A priest has no monopoly on the science of he said. The Day when the laity was outside the Church looking in As it were is communist threat within a generation the 20 countries of latin America could contain half the world s catholics but the whole place is a hotbed of comm the Cardinal said. One reason for this he said is the abysmal ignorance of 90 per cent of the South Amer ican catholics about their he said it would take 444 priests to educate the South americans but Only 000 were available. Only solution i can find no other prac tical Way we can reach the he said of his proposal for missionary laity. I Only Hope and Pray we Haven t entered latin Amer Ica too late. Speaking at the 50th anniversary mass of our lady of the presentation Church he also urged american Cath Olics to be better informed about their Faith. Put aside the catechism and take to books approved by the Church on adult he said. India development depends on Aid new Delhi nov. India will depend entirely on foreign Aid to finance development projects in the third five year plan of 1961-66, finance minister Morarji Desai told parliament today. Discussing his recent visit to the United states and Brit Ain in september and october Desai said India will be unable to stand on its own feet the next 10 years at least. Iran Calm no coup Tehran Iran nov. Iranian capital was Normal today and observers ridiculed rumours circulating abroad that a coup had been attempted last night to Over throw the Shah of Iran. Legal notices for the City 01- Oakland. Statis of California tile City clerk will receive sealed or proposals in Lier Ollice in this City Hull any time prior to tlu1. A Muiir of o clock On thursday de 21, Lor the follow Init item fur Nishino Lilly High f 11 f. Q u N c v mod it late a i to the . Item furnish ing vhf in Moh f r e q u e n c y modulated Mobile radio equipment. To the electrical department. Hem furnishing very High f Al e q be n c t modulated radio equipment for to l1ck motorcycles and aijtomou1l10s to the e1.icc tr1c a l d e part ext. And Blank forms of proposals lie furnished by the City clerk on Apple Ulon. Price hid shall include All applicable taxes. The City is exempt from Federal excuse tax. All proposals shall be made Wormily with Section 12g of the Oakland charter and shall accompanied by a certified cashier s Check or surety Bond for an amount not less than 10 per cent of the agr Krale of the proposal which shall be forfeited to the City if the successful bid Der fails or refuses to enter into the. Contract awarded him. A Bond in sni amount equal to one fourth of the total contract Price shall be Kiven by the successful bidder As Huar Anlee for faithful performance of the con tract. Contract to he entered into within ten 10 Afler award thereof. Delivery to be made j Afler Date of auditor con roller s Retif Veallon to the contract i follows items i 3 and 3 within ninety Days. All to be furnished in Accord Ance with the terms of the specifications therefor adopted no vember a Lii Gladys it. I , cily clerk. Bay counties death notices Anderson John l., in Oakland no vember 19, 1960, beloved husband of Muriel Anderson Loving father o Muriel r. Nelson Lenore Palmquist of Portloc. Michigan and the late John Lloyd an Derson brother of Lisa Norman of Sweden and Louis Anderson of a Llmer Minnesota Grandfather of Diane Philip Margaret and Paul Nelson John Douglas and Jeffrey Anderson Cheryl Wanda and Janice Palm us of Pollac. Michi Gan. A member of the Lakeside Baptist Church. A native of Sweden aged 76 years. Friends Are invited to attend funeral services tuesday november 11, at 1 i from the Home Chapel of an taker Petersen 5th Avenue Corner o East 15th Streel Oakland. The Rev. Land Holm officiating. Inu rement c Hopel of the Chimes. Beale Noble Rimby in Berkeley no vember 20, 1960, o 562 no Olson Street Berkeley beloved husband of Elizabeth Anne Deale Loving other of mrs. Nancy Jeanne fanning of Orlinda Grandfather of Robin Ann Mark Paul and Scott Noble fanning brother of mrs. Arleta Simmonds of Kansas City Kansas and mrs. Jessie Cate Bahme of los Angeles. A native of Mccune Kansas aged years. A past commander of a to Miles Bay Post no. 445 american legion past president of Fleet Reserve of Long Beach past commander of vow of Long Beach and a member of Albany Lodge no. 686 f am. Friends Are invited to attend services at the Berkeley Hills Chapel Page and 1600 Shattuck Avenue at Cedar Berkeley tuesday november 11 at 10 Rev. Wayne Walker of the first presbyterian Church of Berkeley officiating. Interment Golden Gate National cemetery san Bruno. Biby. Margaret of 1701 70th Avenue Oakland november 19, 1960, beloved wife of he late Charles e. Biby be loved Mother of Charles a. Biby. A native of Greenville Michigan. Friends Are invited to attend serv ices from the new mortuary of c. P. Bannon 6800 East 14th Street Oakland on tuesday november 22, of Inu rement Chapel of memories pro Safe. For further information please Call be 2-1011. Bojanich George t., in Oakland no vember 16, 1960, son of the late Todor and Stone Cousin of Ella s. Bojanich aged 74 years. I friends Are invited to attend services at the Telegraph Avenue Chapel of Grant 1 Miller mortuaries 2850 Telegraph ave nue Oakland tuesday. November 12, at one Prayer services monday eve Ning at 8 At the funeral Chapel. The very Rev. Borovay Pavlovych officiating. Interment serbian cemetery Colma. Chick Arthur In Oakland november 19, 1760 of 1717 East its Streel be loved husband o Emily Chick Loving father of Arthurt Chick or. And Forrest e. Chick Loving father in Low of Helen Chick Grandfather of Arthur Chick Iii and Lois Chick great Grandfather of Velda Pamala and Mark devoted brother of Agnes c. Boynton of los Angeles and Edith a native of California aged 79 years. Friends Are invited to attend the funeral services on tuesday november 11 at 11 At the Chapel of Chris Borba East uth Street Al 5th Avenue. Oakland with the Rev. Frederick Lattimore . I Tomb men Mountain View Garden mausoleum. Friends May make contributions to the . Of Oakland. For further information Call go 1-6942. Concannon Marcus in Oakland no 1 vember 50, 1960, dearly beloved son of i Catherine And the late Thomas j. I Concannon Loving brother of mrs. Rol i land Hoffman of Santa mrs. Thomas Conlan of san Francisco mrs. I John Rogers and Margaret Con Cannon of Oakland and John j. Con i Cannon of san Carlos. A native of san Francisco aged is year. A Vel ran of world War ii friends Are respectfully invited of attend the funeral tuesday. November 22, at 9 From the pcs Wood Oil pc of Albert Engel co. 3630 Telegraph Avenue and Street thence to of. Leo s Church where a Sung mass at requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul commencing at Interment holy sepulchre cemetery j recitation of the Rosary monday at Spiritual bouquets preferred. Delima Emella of 507 105th Avenue. Oakland november 11, i960 beloved wife of Bernard e. Dellma Loving Mother of Ernest Lima of Hay Ward Edward delian of son Len Nero. Gilbert Dellma of Oakland Harry Dellma of Hayward Richard and Kelly Zelima both of Oakland Stanley Dollma of Leandro James h. Oella and mrs. Florence w. Coburn both of Oakland also survived by grandchildren and 1 great grandchild Loving sister of Julia Borden of Oakland Gloria Victorlia of Hayward Mary Costa Clam Cabral both of Hawaii Frank Crua of Oakland Anthony Crua of san Leandro Loving Mother in Law of Dorothy Lima Nadine Mabel Christine Rose Marie and Doro thy Clinia and George a Coburn. A native of hello Hawaii. Aged 63 years. Friends Are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of c. P. Bannon 6800 East uth Street Oakland on morning november 23 at thence lost. Louis Bertrano s Church for a requiem High mass com mencing at 9 o clock. Interment holy sepulchre cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary tuesday evening at 8 o clock. For further information please Call be 2-1011. Donohue Jem Sidney november 20, 1960, in Berkeley of 1609 Chestnut Street Berkeley beloved husband of Sarah Donohuk of Berkeley Loving lather of miss Ursula Donohue of Berkeley and mrs. Audrey Ward of Elpaso Texas deaths John of Eale Nobu Biby in Bojanich George u Chick Arthur it Concannon 10 Delima 31 Donohue Jessie Fernandes Julia november it Harriman Emma 30 Hoar 17 Kittrelle Reginald w. In Une doll 30 Orra Ellna 3d. Pacheco Frank 50 Pace Florence to Peterson Harry e. 30 Rose Herbert 30 Singleton 39 Soulages it Uhrin 31 Legal notices for the pity of state of California the cite clerk will it of Vlf Kiik to or la Diirr office in tin City Hull at any prior to the hour of o clock On thu Radii a cd tier for Hie follow item on k i motor trl cd and of 1c-Yard Repi so p a c k i n 0, body to the Street department. Item furnishing Onk 1 pack up truck with maintenance Compart ments to the Street department. Hem furnish inc six dump trucks to the Street department. And Blank forme of will he furnished by tie City Clork on application. Palco lift shall in All up Pulici Iljin taxes. Tie City if exc nip. From i1 ii Era i excise tax. All proposals shall Tornado in conformity with Section 126 of the Oakland charter and shall 1 accompanied by a certified cashier s Check or surety Bond for an amount not less than 10 per cent of the aggregate of the proposal which shall be forfeited to the City if tie Sucht Ful bidder fails or refuses to enter into the contract awarded him. A Bond in an amount Seq in to one fourth of the total contract Price shall be Given by the inc Cohs Ful bidder is Pun ran tee for faithful performance of the con tract. Contract to he entered Antn within ten nil Days after award thereof. Delivery to to made after Date of auditor controller s certification to tie contract As follows items 1 Neil 2 within sixty Days in in 3 within Nin to All to be furnished in Arr Oral Nunci with the terms of hip Sicri air it link therefor adopted no vember is 1 h10. Gladys h. Murphy City clerk. To. To nov. Oral bids for Thev certain property unnecessary for use by the City of Oakland the City clerk of the City of Oakland California will Call for Oral bids in the Council chamber City Hall Oakland at the hour of o clock ., or As soon thereafter As the business of the Council to ill permit on Friday november 25, i960, for the follow or the Purchase of three parcels of vacant atty owned surplus land located on the Southern Side of Bancroft Avenue Between 75lb and Parker avenues not needed by the City of Oakland surplus parcel 60-40 zoned a multiple dwelling District _ up to i stories. Minimum acceptable bid 000 00 minimum bid increase Loo 00 surplus parcel 60-41 zoned multiple dwelling up to b stories. Minimum acceptable bid minimum bid i 54 250 00 minimum increase. I 100 00 it surplus parcel 60-12 zoned a multiple to of stories. Minimum acceptable kid 53 000 00 minimum red increase. J 100 00 i Pon calling for said bids Al Tho regular meeting of the Council on Friday november 25, Halo and announcing the same any per son present May offer orally to increase he amount of Ibn highest Oral hid by a sum of not less than 5100.00 each time and the. Coun cil shall have Tho right to award said parcel of land to Tho highest Oral bidder at said meeting. Resolution containing Complete information on the above named parcel of land will be furnished upon request. That successful bidder will Deposit with the City clerk a sum of not less than Twenty five per cent of Tho amount of the successful bid and the amount therein deposited shall be forfeited to the City of Oakland by the successful bidder upon failure or refusal to Complete the trans action. Balance of the Purchase Price shall he paid within seventy 70 after confirmation of Nata by the. City Council. Purchaser to pay for Federal Stamps loft attached to deed. Gladys h. Murphy City clerk. Aft. Dear brother of mrs. Marie Elliott o Kennedy Texas Loving Grandfather of Susan Ward of Elpaso Texas. A native of Texas aged 76 years. A member of St. Josephs Catholic Church of by ref by and brotherhood of railway train men. Friends Are invited to attend funeral services wednesday november 23, at At Mcnary Chapel 1934 Una Versley Avenue East of Grove Street Berkeley. Thence to St. Joseph s Cath Olic Church add son at Jeff Carton streets Berkeley where a requiem High mass will to Sung Tor the repose of his soul commencing at 9 Reci Lalon of he holy Rosary tuesday at 8 Inter ment St. Joseph s Catholic cemetery san Pablo. Fernandes Julia of 7311 b Street. Oakland november 19, i960, dearly be loved wife of the late Antone Fernandes beloved Mother of mrs. Ida Lobo mrs. Florence i a Sines Tony David and Edward Fernandes of Oak land mrs. Margaret Lobo mrs. Lucille Morkus and John Fernandes of san Leandro mrs. Julie Pacheco of Castro Valley and the late Louie Fernandes dear sister of Louie Louvela of Oak land Tony and John Gnu Vela of Hawaii and the late Peter Gouvia of Sacramento. A native of a Tau Maul a number of Santa Maria Magdalena society. Friend Are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of c p Bannon 6eoo East ugh Street Oak land on tuesday november 27 ., thence to is. Louis 8er Trand s Church for a requiem High Hass commencing Al 9 Interment holy sepulchre cemetery. Recitation of Trie Rosary this evening Al 8 o clock ner2.1lolmer cal1 Harrigan Emma Henrietta november 20, 1960, devoted wife of the late Andrew Leland Karr can Loving Mother of mrs. Doris h. Morse and mrs. Betsy h. Robards of Piedmont beloved sister of Christine Schroder mrs. Clarice l Smith and August e. Schroder and the Laic Dorothy s. Schroder and Herman b Schroder loved grandmother of John d. Morse mrs. Jean Bey he Harry p. Robards Iii and Drew Lelard of Sci set St of Michael Susan and Steven Beyrise Don Aid. James and Douglas Morse. A native of san Francisco. Services to be held tuesday a At halted it co., 1133 Sutler Street san Vancisco. Interment Cypress Lawn Morial Park. Hoar William in Oakland. November 1. Beloved husband of Leonora . A native of Ireland a member of Albert Pluf Lorje no 371 of rate Bodei of Prtrt As the soft burners of Fli Cisco and american legion of Vrtol Haven private in Vlcej were held Yray a 19 at Truman i Chapel Tele graph Avenue Al 30tn Street Oakland under masonic auspices. Kittrelle Reginald w. Jr., in oat Lanty november 19. I960, beloved Hui band of Ann Kittrell Loving lather of re Jonald Wayne Khz Treisie Iii Loving item lather of Sleven and Lynne water son Laving Ion of or. And mrs r w. Kil Frelle Loving brother of Meredith kit Frelly and Fri. E. P Moore. A Nallive of California aged 4 years a member of Phi Gamma Delta and Richmond Golf country club. Friends Are invited to attend the Telegraph Avenue Chapel of Grant Miller mortuaries j850 Tele graph Avenue Oakland tuesday no vember 37, at 11 Ample off Street parking Inu rement private. Linendoll Gerald in Oakland no vember Al into Loving husband o mar Llop nth Jyh by Fri Fath. Of and Mary Linendoll mrs. Marjory Bur ton Nelson Paul and Arthur Linendoll Loving son of Charlotte Linendoll Loving brother of mrs. Mary Anderson a native of new York a member of Oakland Lodge . No. Friends Are invited to attend funeral services tuesday november 23. At 3 ., at the Chapel of the Oaks Oakland mortuary Telegraph Avenue interment Hudson Falls new York. Orra Elmoni v., in Alameda novem berm i960, beloved wife of the late Ca f. Qurra or. Loving Mother of Ca mlle f. Orra or. Of Castro Valley and mrs. Violet e. Roach of Alameda Lov ing grandmother of mrs. Jacaueline Perry and Lew Duane Roach or. Loving Brent grandmother of Steven Craig Perry. A native of Wheatland friends Are invited of attend funeral services tuesday november ?2 at one In the gothic Chapel of the Hagy Keenan mortuary Central Avenue at ninth Street Alameda. Rev h w of he Ririe Church of Alameda officiating. Inure ment Chapel of the Chimes. Pacheco Frank Al for in Oakland november a 1960, beloved husband of Evelyn Pacheco Loving father of mrs Lillian a Nuner of North Hollywood a native of san Leandro aged 63 years. A member of bartender s Union local no. 52 Ana san Leandro Post no 117 american legion. Friends Are respectfully invited to attend funeral services wednesday no vember 73 at Al the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence n. Cooper mortuaries 1580 fruit Vale Avenue phone be parking Irea to Chapel. Pace Florence m., of 1660 7th ave nue Oakland november in i960, by ived wife of Arthur Page Loving Mother of Deanna to Loving Daugh Ter of Aliceon and Artie ill Ltd of Oakland Loving sister of mrs. Christine Campbell of Richmond and William a. Miller of Illinois. A native of Mouth Virginia aged 3? Yean. A member of marshes of Glynn chapter no. 243 . Georgia. Friends Are invited to Call at the new mortuary of c. P. Bannon 68m East 14th Street. Oakland until tues Day at 10 Friends Ore invited to attend services at Haven court colonial Church Haven court Boulevard Oakland on tuesday no vember 22, Al 1 Under direction of pastor Baldwin h. Sherman. Interment Golden Gate National cemetery san Bruno. If friends so desire memorial contributions May be made to the Ala Mcday county heart association 121 East ill Street Oakland. For fur. Her information please Call be 2-Idh. Peterson Harry e. Sr., of Oakland november 70, 1960, husband of one Lata Evelyn Adele Peterson Loving father of Harry e. Peterson or. Brother of Milton o. And Norman Peterson both of Oakland and mrs. Geraidine fran inn of Concord. A native of Oakland aged 7 years a charter member of the bakery Wagon Drivers and sales men s Union no. 432 of Oakland. Friends Are invited to attend serv ices wednesday november 23, at Al Truman s Chapel Telegraph Avenue at 301h Street Oakland the Rev. Waller c. Gravrock officiating. Rose Herbert m., in Oakland novem Ber 20, 1960, beloved husband of Ella Rose Loving father of mrs. David Adler and Robert Rose Loving grand father of Debra Cathie and Richard Rose Ronald and Linda after Loving brother of or. Julius Rosenbloom mrs. Nat Kessler and mrs. Jack Birch. A native of Tennessee aged 63 years. Friends Are invited to attend services at the Telegraph Avenue Chapel of Grant Miller mortuaries 3850 Telegraph at nue Oakland tuesday november 11, at 1 Ample off Street Park ing rabbi Wiitam Stern officiating. Entombment private. Contributions to the heart fund preferred i Singleton Elijah in Berkeley Noverre bar 20, 1960, o 1545 Beverly place Berkeley beloved husband of mrs Ada single Lon Loving lather of Elilah single j ton or. Of Berkeley brother of William Singleton and mrs. Lily Dawson both of England Grandfather of three grand children a native of England eyed 74 years. Are invited to attend services at the Berkeley Hills Chapel Page and j60q Shattuck Avenue at Cedar Berkeley tuesday november to at 3 Or. Paul Irwin of the methodist Church Berkeley officiating. In Hli memory contributions May made to Alameda county cancer society. Soulages Marie in a local rest Home november 19, 19w, of 2176 Prince Street Berkeley beloved Mother of mrs. Angia Olsen and Harry Soulages both of Berke Ley Loving grandmother of mrs Vir Ginia Davis of Hills Borough mrs. Lor Rale Laco Nettl of Maul Hawaii Robert Soulages of Reno Nevada William e. Van Muckey of san Rafael and George a born or. Of Belvedere. A native of France Ard 95 years a Farewell service of remembrance will be held tuesday. November 77, at In the Little Chapel of the Flowers Hull 3011 Adeline Street at Ashby station Berkeley. Uhrich november 21, 1940, in Berkeley beloved Mother o was Dorc thy Kelton of Carmic tuck Rumill Uhryn of Riford or Coon in Purdin of Berkeley mrs. Isabel Bill of Oakland Siiter of prick of Loi anodes i opt Loi and Eles Fife come of Winters. Alio survived by eight Fand Camren. A native o Lily not aged 11 year s friends Are invited to funeral services wednesday. November n. Mcnary Chapel 1936 University ave nue East of Grove Strete Berkeley the Rev. Or. Paul Melsh will officiate. San Francisco deaths Anderson Phoebe Andre Bernard Ben George Baskin Lawry Bergsland Julia Mary Boylan David w. Castro. Victor j. Clark Alva Colletta Andrew s Critcher Frank Mcluca Ellie Lorelta de Martini Candida Oer Ozinski Mary h. Donahue Melvln a Duffy Cecilia Duncan Elder Emma Fletcher. Whim d Garvey James g. Grasso Paul Hanna. Mary Veronica a Ahigah Emma Heinbockel Ann Jackson Edith May Jacobs Leslie l Jensen capt. James j. Kilcoyne Michael Lepage Aurelia Mcclintock Cora j. Zanft major John Meyer Leon Morin. Edgar g. Sherman Ruby Sirias. Angelica Soulages Marii Tracy Paul Dweck Phyllis car of thanks Alameda Counti heart association Grai Fulty toward ii right against heart disease memorial Alhi nay mailed to Agio cd Atlin headgear Lori 171 flit Lith Street Oakland i 4-3j64 or presented at Crocker Anglo National Bank. T so Broadway Oak and j City of Hope gratefully acknowledge contributions. Box 478, Oakland. The 1 4-5855. The 2-8600 Ord Cri it attn ton. The prestige and dignity an Albert Brown strict costs no More. No Albert Brown mortuary olympic 3-7323 3476 Piedmont ave Hue Oakland place of Beauty the stately mausoleum built to last forever. In its tranquil corridors Are crypts for entombment each faced will warm toned Marble and with cast Bronze inscription and Flower vase. A new Garden mausoleum similar crypts located along corridors that Are open to the Sun and sky. Prices Are moderate. Open daily 8 To 5 Mountain View mausoleum a facility of Mountain View cemetery association Fott Refl Orff Calien in Ink nor to vomit us Boot Piedmont Avenue Oakland olympic m8si

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