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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 27, 1957, Oakland, California Spirit tin --door, mllei. Radio, hcoter. Dealer Ceorss Valentc, A'. I! tulle 3-62D5. ATlanl i.6482. __________ 1936. Low mllcagi '358. HArrljo GEN, 1957 Karman Cht fpll. LA ndscapc 4--J Volkswagen, 1957 De Luxe j.door: radio. Like new. Terms. Irr. Til nrnv.-all 3-47HH. COLKSWAGEN. J8S5: leather Interior radio, Immaculate. Private; reason EL VOLKSWAGEN 1050. 2 door. Excel lent. 13.000 miles. LA nclscop 5.7033. _____________________ VOLKSWAGEN 1955 micro-but. lent condition: extras; sacrifice. S1G95 eerne 2-1617. VOLKSWAGEN 1037; blue, sun rool Minus; 2500 miles; OLympl 3.8692._________________________ V5TKSWAGEN 1956. blue sunn Very Kood condition. 51.475. TH c ill 5-5068. fbLKSWAGEN. 1055; low mllcaBe Private party. EL gin 1-6514. VOLKSWAGEN. 1957: radio, heater Nearly new. 1215 14th Avenue. VOLVO, 1056 sedan. A cleaner one yot have never Our Sow. v-on't last! Gil Ashcom Used Cars Shattuc' FALVO. radio, beater, 35 miles per Rollon. Bvrnn Motors. Slmo I) LU cenic 2-4M3 tllOl East Hth Street, Hnyward. 70LVO. 1957. 2 door. 8000 miles Is a real beauty. Dealer George Valente. AT Innllc 3-6295. Evening" ATlantic 3-6452.__________________ Volvo in tfill Shattuck; TH ornwall 8-2206 Cokeley S555 Broadway. TW Inoaks 3-3533 VOLVO. miles. Sell equity. Savi KE Hog 4-3520.__________ EEPHYIii1055 _.....------ Woody's B52 San Pablo. Albni I.A ndst-ane Open Sunday. ENGLISH Fqrd, 1852 Zephyr. honcv! Milton Exclusively Englkh Ford Dealer. 3080 Broad' TEmplcbar G 3371. Aavark. other forelun cars bought. Shyllnc Motors. 7777 East Uln. ALL foreign cars bought Grand Prix Motors. 500 East 12th Street. _ VOLKSWAGEN wanted. price In cash. EL gin 1-5773. H OUsTforSalo ALJO. 1958. electric brakes. Water tank. Butane. TR inldad 2-B776. _ AMERICAN, 1054, 35-Ioot; I bedroom. Excellent. Evenings. LU ccrne 1-7B30. BARGAIN for quick inle. 21-f. ilurninum, modern. Perfect shape. 10606 San Pablo. Space 71. El Cerrito. DELUXE kll, 45-foot. 1 bedroom. 1 trade for equity In home. May be seen HI Shit-idi Trailer Haiti. 146-13 East Hlh Street, San Lcandro. EL gin 1-9600._____________ Ro One Boats Trailer City. Sficction and Service. Clearance Sale! 5C-foot. Clnss 8 and 10 wldri. low is HB35. terms 7 yi Open daily 9 a.m. to jyif) SprltiRS Hoad. g.3456. B p.m. Vallrjo; ROLLAWAY. 1948, 22 feet. Scrvcl. 3 rooms. Reconditioned. LA ke- hunt 3-M99 9-1. SPARTAN, _. down, 7 year Aluminum Aircraft construction. Also Kenskills find Universes. Clean, used trailers. Open every day. Voodlnnd Trailer Sales lim East 14th, Snn Lcandro LOckhnvcn B-8928. lEARDROP; aluminum. Funilze bed. BuUmo itove, lei box; (350. TW 3-2733. Woody's ANNIVERSARY Bale. Bitf iBvi jtiy ilock modcli 15 to 45 fo 101Sacks of school th Jacks of these th bloody face of this railroa vorker, who was bayonete and then felled by the butt o a rifle, in the hands of a scr eant of the United States 101s Airborne Division. This, man 'n private property, as a gues n a home two blocks from th ichool, has been hospitalizec Others have suffered bayom wounds from the hands o United States Army soldiers. Up the time the injunc ion was issued against me bj he imported federal judge, th had been kept in Littl Rock by as few as 30 Nationa "uardsmcn. Not a blow wa truck, no injury inflicted o ny person, and no propert; lamage sustained. Neither wa t necessary to make wholesaJ rrests of Arkansas citizens Vo bayonets were used and th .'capons of guardsmen wer iever loaded. H. lady's Lnnrjine WWnaurr, Sold with diamonds, vicinity Avenue. Reward. KE 1- H10-FOUHD Queen's Visit Brings Amnesty in Canada OTTAWA, Sept. Canada f. Justice Minister uavic t'ulion reports a grant -W amnesty will he made when J-Hiccn Elizabeth H arrives on royal tour in mid-October. will knock about one- lu'elfth off (he terms of the than 5tOOO federal con- and other thousands .scrv- time in provincial jails. itark Contrast This is quite a contrast to th resent som ,200 United States Arm; roops are on duty, mobilize r standing ready for use. I s in stark contrast also as t tie use of sharpened, nake Bayonets on school girls an tlier Arkansas citizens, th iludgeoning of others wit ifle butts, and the wholcsal rrests made by these Unitei itates military forces. I wish also lo point out tha o violence broke out in th ity until after the injunctior issued by the importei ederal judge, and thc guan orces were withdrawn. It might be well to mention riefly the actions of the im orted judge in the first threi earings. An injunction was issued by state court, presided over b; liancery Judge Murray Heed laying the execution date o ic integration order, in ordei o preserve the peace. might add we have ver asked for is a little time nd patience and undersland- ig, as so often expressed by ic President himself, in solv- ng the problem.) Judge Heed's was issued after taking worn testimony in open court 'ith cross-examination of all 'ilnesses. Order Issued The first hearing in federal ourt, before the imported udge, lasted one hour and five linutes. No testimony what- icver was token. Only the of counsel was heard, 'ter which the judge made his nullifying the order of ic state court. The typewrit- n order of the court was then stributed, which had already een drawn up and ready re the hearing was held. The second hearing took a tal of four minutes. No testi- ony was taken and the order forthwith" was is- ,ed. The third hearing consumed total of 15 minutes. Some stimony was taken, you can dge how much, but the im- rlcd judge staled lhat no oss-examination was neccs- ry, and then the order was ucd. The tolal time consumed in three hearings was one hour and 24 minutes, on litigation pertaining to a matter of such great import. Not only was the matter of integration-segrega- tion involved, but also the mat- ter of jurisdiction of stale courls to maintain the peace, and the all-important matter of stales rights if there are any such rights remaining at this time. During World War II, my division, thc 35lh Infantry, pushed up on Hie right of the Fourth Armored Division to relieve thc 101st Airborne, and my division occupied thc em- baltled City of Bastognc. Today, we find the members of the famed division, which I helped to rescue, in Little Rock. Ark., bludgeoning inno- cent bystanders, with bayonets in thc backs of school girls, and the warm red blood of pa- triotic American citizens stair ing the cold, naked unsheathe knives. In the name of God, who: we all revere, in the name i liberty we hold so dear, in tl name of decency, which we a cherish, what is happening i America? Is every right reserved to th states by the Federal Constitu tlon now lost? Does the will of the peopl that basic precept of democ racy, no longer matter? Must the will of the majorit now yield, under federal fore to the will of the minority re gardless of the consequences If the answers to these ques tions are in the affirmative then the basic principles o democracy are destroyed, an we no longer have a Union o States under a Republican for: of government. Status Affected If this be true then th states are mere subdivisions o, .an all powerful Federal Gov ernment, Ihese subdivisions be ing nothing more than district for. the operation of federa agents and federal milita: which operat without any regard for th rights of a sovereign state, o its elected officials, and with out due regard to personal an property rights. In addition to the feden military forces, we have in Ar kansas a federal judge from slate a thousand miles awa: He has no understanding what soever of the difficulties of ou problems in the field of rac relations. During periods of inilitar occupation by areas of outsid forces, there can always b found those who, for one rea son or another, take sides wit outside forces. Of the mere handful of sue individuals here, I would lik to mention three. Gazette Editor Harry Ashmore, editor of th Arkansas Gazelle, the arden integrationist (and he has righl to his in addilion to his slanted and dislorled re porling news in his ow; paper, has also sought, success fully in many cases, to indoc trinate visiting newsmen wit! his biased and prejudiced at tilude. To give you an idea o his personal influence, I relat that he was a member of th staff of Adlai Stevenson ii bolh "his campaigns for th' Presidency. It is well known here that in 1952 when he wa working in Stevenson's cam paign group, his own wife her in Little Hock voted for the Republican candidate, and Pu laski County was lost by the Democrats. Woodrow Wilson Mann, thi ame duck mayor of Little Rock, in his campaign to defea the city manager form of gov ernment for Little Rock in order to hold his office, was defeated by the people of his own city by a vote of more nan 3 to 1. His stand on this matter now at issue, is repudi aled by his own partner in the nsurance business as evidencec by a telegram to me. His own :ily council repudialed his :tand by unanimous vote. And what of Sid McMalh he former Governor of Arkan- as? In seeking reelection to he Governor's office in 1952 le suffered Ihe most disastrous lefeat ever inflicted upon a andidate seeking reeleclion to ny slale office. Again in 1954, eeking the nomination for United States senator, he failed ven to get to the runoff pri- nary. He and other'opponents vent down before Sen. John L. dcClellan in Ihe first contest. dcMath was supported by Mr. Ashmore in bolh campaigns. These men and the few 'of iieir views are the ones who ave soughl to advise the Pres- dent's "palace guard" about he Little Hock situalion. They ear a heavy responsibility for le unhappy events of the past w days. Would it not have been bet- er for Ihe President's advisers o listen to officials who have people's confidence, as hown by the greatesl of all emocrafic processes, the free xcrcise of the franchise at the allot box? Bf Agents Still further, lilerally swarms FBI agents have been oper- ting throughout the city. Also, jents of Ihe Counterintelli- ence Corps, and Criminal In- cstigative Division have been mbing the area for days, een-aged school girls have een taken by the FBI and held communicado for hours of uestioning while their frantic aronts knew nolhing of their hereabouls. To Ihosc who know Ihc fads the Little Rock situation, these combined actions on thc. part of the Judicial, Executive and Military Departments of thc Federal Government, are "police state" methods in a form never before seen in America. The news commentators and press reports of the day may proclaim the comparative calm of the Little Rock urea. You will recall that it was quiet in Paris during the German 01 cupation, and it is quiet i Budapest today. Uneasy Peace It always becomes quiet un der military rule. Prior to this lime in Arkan sas, the hand of fellowship an mutual selfrrespect has every where been extended betwee the races. Much progress ha been made in this field and i others pertaining to toe prog ress of the state and the huma welfare of all citizens. Under my administration a transportation systems hav been integrated, and withou serious incidents. Six of th seven state-supported college now have Negro students. I the other there were no ap plicants. I was the first Democrat! governor of the South to plac Negroes on the Democrat] Stale Central Committee. Ne groes also serve on the Repub lican Commiltee. Some years ago I was a mem ber of the resolutions commi! tee which recommended to th Democratic State Conventio that the so-called white pri mary be abolished, opening th Democratic' primaries to th members of all raees. The con vention adopted the resolution and this was accomplishe wilhoul any ruling by any fed eral court. Negroes have been appointei on boards and commission during my adminislralion, an have been appointed to admin istration positions never be fore held by members of the! race. Eight public schools hav been peacefully integrated dur ing my administration, mor than in any other Southern state outside the border areas The first Negro to gradual from law school in a Southerr college previously all whit was in Arkansas. And the firs Negro doctor to graduate fron a previously all white Souther: college-was in Arkansas. Al Ihis adds up lo greater progres n Arkansas lhan in any olhe slale of the Deep South. We have had some few lei ;ers and telegrams saying w must not let Negroes go t school. Here are pictures them) of the most modern schools in this city which hav been constructed for member of the Negro race. They ar much finer, ladies and gentle nen, than any of you can think These schools are more mod ern, with more modern facili ies fhan Ihe one at Centra iigh wherein Negroes now seek to enroll with white stu dents. mpartial View I am not in this fight either as a segregationist or an inte ralionist. My only child, a son, is now attending classes in a state-supported integratec college. This is more than can be said By many of the high fficials of the national Ad ministration, who are responsi jle for the military occupation !f Arkansas. This situation arose when ixercised my constituliona lowers and discrelion as gov irnor lo preserve Ihe peace anc ;ood order of this communily Basically, the story I laid be- ore the President at the New- lort conference, was this story f progress and good race re- alions in Arkansas. Since file Rock had become the ocal point of contest between ontending forces which have ery slory feelings on Ihe mat- er, my plea was for rily a little time if it could be order that I, as gov- rnor, and the people of the rea could have an opportunity o work out the problem in a eaceful manner. mported Judge The tragedy of the whole ituation is that the imported udge, by exercising a little alienee and understanding, or y the taking of teslimony to ain the facts, could have verted the whole situation. The Federal Government has ade a grave and grievous er- or, in the federalizing of the uard and the use.of federal The Iroops are even iside the school building ac- mipanying the Negro students class to class. This con- itutes a serious danger. The npcluous or thoughtless act f a white student could result his penetration by a bayonet, ust as has occurred outside the uilding. By the use of federal troops, ghts just as precious, if not ore so, than integration have een trampled into the dust nder the boots of the para- oopers, or cut to pieces by cir shining, unsheathed bayo- els. Aside from Ihis, another harm has been done. The says his area of jurisdiction ha no must endur as best we can. Remember tha all law and individual righl give way to mililary 'powei when lhat power is stron, enough to enforce ils wil There can be no queslion o the supremacy of the Unite Stales Army, when used agains a defenseless slate. Therefore, we must continu our peaceful pursuits of life being good citizens as the over whelming majority of our peo pie have always been. I have been working ani fighting for the right of my people to solve their problem peacefully. This, as we know requires time and patience? I shall continue relentlessly on this course. The Constitu lion, the traditions of our. Re public, and the will of the peo pie uphold me in this course Our cause is just and Will ulti mately prevail. I will go anywhere at an; time to confer, in absolute gooi failh, wilh anyone seeking i proper and peaceful solution tuke the national Administra- ion for the ill-advised and un- varranted use of federal troops School attendance at bayonet point is not compatible with he American way of life. Let us go about our normal pursuits in a friendly, peaceful nanner, obeying all laws, and rders, including those of Gen- ral Walker and his troops. I received by wire a moment go this announcement, that le Army had selected units hroughout the Southern states be placed on special alert or use in outbreaks in connec- lon with school segregation. I sk you, is that the pledge that vas made, that federal troops vould not be used, and if this e patience, then the word has new meaning. Yet it was said ere in Liltle Rock that there no imminence of disorder 'hen I called out the Guard o keep the peace, all in con- rast to what I said and what as transpired. This cross we now must bear as 1he poet said, "Even lis shall pass away." Jniform Payment of 'eachers Scored EVANSTON, 111., Sept. University of North arolina professor believes lat permanent job tenure for achers nough. L. Minor Gwynn made the atement in a talk at North- cstern University on the ubjcct of paying teachers ac- not Oakland Tribune, Friday, Sept. 27, 1957 D 47 BAY COUNTIES VITAL STATISTICS Bay Area Births ROBLES, Jack H., boy MOORE. Johnny B., boy B1AGAS, Henry, Ilrl ANDERSON. Kenneth E., boy ACOSTA. Ernest D. Blrl SANDERS. Patrick J.. girl BURCH. Donald L., boy i PINO. Adrian. R., Blrl WOOD, Wallace W.. Kirl COLDREN. Robert B.. boy SANCHEZ. Colso 0., boy FOX. Thomas C., boy RIDDLE. Raymond W., BUTLER. Alan D. Jr.. Blrl PLEMMONS. Hay L., twin Blrls LYNCH, Charles N., boy VITAL. Albert W., Blrl ROARK. James A.. Blrl LUEKEH. Larry M., girl EVERBEN. Donald E.. Blrl WALTON, Samuel Jr., alrl McINTIRE. HuKh J., Eirl JARMANN, Fritz F., Blrl GOODING. John E. Jr., WILNER. Walter, girl CHEW. Edward, Blrl SOUZA. Harry J.. boy SANABHIA, Florcnclo L., BROWN. Thomas M.. boy CATONE. Richard G., sirl PERRY. Nicklo, boy CONS. Jr., boy ADACHI. Hldeyo R.. Blrl EUTOLPH, Stanley B.. Birl Berkeley Births Born to the wife 01: BAKER. R. F., boy. BRONTE, W. H.. boy. CABHAL. R. J., boy. DeVELBISS. R. E.; twlnB. GRAHAM, J. T., boy. HOSHIWARA. Blrl. MOSIER. D. H., Klrl. MUEHLEISEN, E. T., girl. ____________. E.. boy. RODNEY, E. J.. boy. ROOS. N. A., boy. SAKAI, T. J.. girl. SOE. P. G.. Blrl. SWEENEY. R. D.. boy. WEEKS, B. M., girl. WILLIAMSON. 5. P., girl. YIP. C., boy. ALEMAN. J. I.. Blrl. ANDERSON. W. A., girl. ANDERSON. J. R., Slrl. BLISS. C. R., girl. BRESHEARS. C. W.. girl. BROWN. J. L., boy. ENDO. If., girl. FARRIS. D. K.. boy. FASSETT, G. H.. Blrl. GAMBLE. J. H.. boy. GARRISON, .7. O., Birl. GOODMAN. E. G.. boy. H., Blrl. JACKSON. R. P., boy. LEE. L.. boy. MAPPES. R. W... girl. MATTOON. R. W., boy. McGEHEE. G., girt. MILLER, C. A., girl. MOORE. I., boy. NELSON, A. S., boy. PETERS. R. J., Blrl. PETERSON, R. G., girl. ROSS. R. H.. Slrl. SEIERSEN, F. S., boy. Licenses Issued LAHSON-SOMMARSTROM Goorfi Larson, 63. of Oakland, and Auroi Sommarstrom, 68, of Piedmont. KRATZ ASBURY George Robe Kratz. 47, of El Ccrrlto. and Ru; Zstclle Asbury. 37, of Berkeley. BEAUCHAMP FUGEL Harvey D mond Beauchamp Jr., 20. and Dial Carol Fugel. 22, botli Hnyward. RICHARDS-HUMPHRIES Robe Marvin Rlehnrds. 21, and' Mai Frcnccs Humphries, 10, both Sa Loandro. Ray Green. 1 of ban Lorenzo, and Josonhlnc Elca nor Uaca, 10, of Hayward. VISSCMER BUDDINGH Louis J Vlsscher, 24. of Oakland, and Gene vicvc Mac Buddlngh, 17. of So brante. HERHICK-HOSFORD John Byro Hcrrlck, 20, and Joan Alyce Ho lord, 20. both Hayward. Albrccht Ha 22, of Piedmont, nnd Dorothy An DcLcon, 21, of Oakland. Colv Powers, 21, of Hollywood, and P trlcla Joicphlne Williams, SO. Oakland. LEWIS MATTEHI Dan-oil Warn Lewis, 20. and Peggy GcorgLnc Ma terl, 18, both Alameda. BRIGGS MILSTEIN Arlen Job Brlggs, 26. and Marilyn Lcc M Etcln, 22, bom Berkeley, Lev! Cherr 31, of Emeryville, and Arkadelnh Moore. .10. of Oakland. Munfz Jr.. 5 of San Francisco, and Lucy Moy 20, of Oakland. HAWL1NSON GUERINO Dona Eugene Rawllnson, 20. of Concor and Ellen Arlcnc Gucrlno, 1 Oakland. Eugene Rcl 23, and Sandra both Oakland. Lee Cameron. 1 could he ended if were paid well ording to competence, niformity. "I believe in merit pay pro- ded teacher salaries were high he said. "I nd of fellowship heretofore! would say from for thc n everywhere in Arkan- beginning teacher with a col- s, between thc races, has been Icgc degree up to for largely withdrawn. Neither; straight leaching, not adminis- NcRro nor white now knows whether the hand will be a grievous setback to the cause of progress, justice and Chris- tian charity, but nevertheless it is true. While we are thus an occu- pied area General Walker tration. "There would be no tenure." ho added. "If teachers were not good they could leave or the school could discharge them. In this situation, teach- ing would be a real profes- LOWE-DUNN Hollln Lowe. 30. Snn Francisco, and June Ellc Dunn, 31, of Oakland, Burton Sex ton, 24, Hnd Mary Lucia Shnntz, 2: both Palo Alto. CAESAR-LANDENBERGER Gordo Moi'ltz Caesar, 43, nnd Mflrjor Brehm Landenberger. 39, both Lo Anpcles. Thomn McCort, i-J. of St. ClHirsville. Ohio and Virginia Rose Zcmoyan, 23, o Barton, Ohio. [Divorces Filed IHREFFLEH, Evelyn vs. Dallas. tORGES. Marcaret vs. Clifford. DE SHAZOR, Bertha vs. Robert L. AD AIMS. James vs. Ann. DE vs. James. LOPES, Marie vs. Francis. .RTERBURN, Margaret vs. James, HIGUEL. Joyce vs. Joseph F. Jr. (separate VEBBER, Lucille vs. Robert F. VITHROW. Betty vs. Robert. KRAUSE. Ellen vs. Robert. ANDERSON. Thomas I. vs. MIchaeTe O'CONNOR. Raymond vs. Annellcsc. HENDEL. Hilda vs. Loncin P. Joe Everett vs. Doris Ann. ACKSON. Zephyr vs. Leo. 1ERGSON, Adrfcnne vs. Allen. 'ERRY, Arllne vs. Frank W. (separate )ivorces Granted VTERLOCUTORY DECREES BECE. Eva from Edwin D. RYOR. Irene V., from'Ro.v A. RANCH. Dollle M. from Jessie. CHNEIDER, Jean M. from Richard. ;EST, Phyllis I. from Jack H. TALKER. Palsy Sue from John C. LACK. Mildred R. from Kennetli C 'RIGHT. Roberta E. from Forrest B ERNANDES, Mary A. from Manuel. OmVAY. Esther A. from Averd A. OUGLAS9, Nadine from Leslie S. ATTUCCI, Helen P. from Grorcc. ERREIRA. John from Marie E. ASMUSSEN, Betty J. from Donald A, ARLSON. Lois P. from William H. ALACIOS. Margaret from Luclo. ATTEE. Mildred from Lerov L, ARREN, Lorna from Jack. AMPER, Joanna from Roddy. NAT, DECREES IENEMAN. Irene from Chnrlrs. ENDIHCKS. Tnn C. from Clnrk. AS1UNGTON, Genevieve from Lcs. OWMAN. Joan from Dale. QRN, Mary L. from Robert E. ARKER, A. from Ray H RODERICKS. Anno from John OWE. Marllynn C. from Rollin A. ERNER. Dorothy from Richard C. Contra Costa County MARRIAGE LICENSES SHATTUCK-BAKER James Anvln Shattuck, 21. Snn Pablo, and Eliza- beth Amirttr n.nkrr. 10. Richmond. Theodore Lee Hpnrlron, 21. or Aumsvllle. Ore., and Alice Ffiyr Rowmnn. 17. of Concord Frederick Drew, v 23, and Patricia Ann Yale. 23, both of Martinez. DIVORCES FILED- JONES. Patrlrln A. vs. Johnnie W. CROFT, Donna B. vs. Gcortfe D. GERNANDT. Elizabeth K. vs. Fred G CISSEL, Esther Ruth vs. James Bernard Jr. SKEEN. Glenda E. vs. Chester D. STARK. DorJi'Gracc vs. Martin Raymond. ETIIKRTOX. JiKlilh Marian vs. LINDEMANN. Catherine vs. Raymond M. CONW1LI... Josrpll Concentrated Labor MKXICO CITY, Oct. 4 About. 70 per cent of Mexico's workers are farmers but they live on only about 7.per cent of the land. DEATHS CUSCHERA. Charles, of 2524 Ingle wood Street, Hayward, accident! September 23, 1057. Beloved husban of Mary Cuschera. Loving father Chnrlcnc. Betty Ann, Lou Anna an Sonjia Cuschera; loving son of PCI Cuschera and thc late CanncK Cuschern; loving brother of Jerr Cuschera of Newark; Cnsp Cuschera of Oakland: Joe Cushern Oakland and Connie Smfth. A nati1. of Rochester. New York. Aged 3 years nnd a Veteran of World Wa H. A member of Machinists Unlo Local 1518. Friends are Invited to attend th funeral from the new iVIortftary o C. P. Bannon. 6800 East Hth Strec Oakland on Saturday morning Sci temper 28 at thence lo S Ellzaoeth's Church for a Rcqulei Mass commcncinc at 9 o'clock. In tcrment St. Joseph's Cemetery Sa Pablo. Recitation the Rosary Fr day evening 8 o'clock. For furthe Information please call TR inld; 2-1011. CORDES, BUT. in Niles, Septembe 24. 1957, beloved wife of thc lat Osmond William Cordes; belove sister of Gilbert Rivenburgh of Glen dale; beloved aunt of Mrs. Wilm HusBcy of Sherman Oaks. A membe of the Women's Auxiliary, Veteran of Foreign Wars. Friends are invited to attend th funeral services Saturday, Septem bcr 28. at 2 p.m. from the BerK Mortuary Co.. Parlors, 635 1st Stree Niles, the Rev. Noel Glover of tl Nlles Baptist Church officiating. Ii tcrment, Evergreen Cemetery, Oak land. DE IIOOG, Gerard HUraUi, in Oakland. September 26, 1957, o 7536 Outlook Avenue, Oakland, be loved husband of Mrs. Polly D HOOK; loving brother of Harry. Ru dolph. Raymond and Paul DC Hoog Charlotte Krcftmeyer, Gertrude Gu bor and Ruth Swcnson. A native o St. Louis, Missouri; aged 65 years Friends are respectfully invited t attend funeral services Monday, Sop tember 30 at p.m. at the Fruit vale Chapel of the Clarence N Cooper Mortuaries. 1680 Frultval Avenue, Oakland. Interment, Moun tain View Cemetery. (Phone KE Ho 3-4114.) Parking area adjacent t chapel. 'St. Xouls, Missouri, pnpei please copy. EVERS, Kenneth in Oakland September 20. 1057, beloved husban of Helen C. Evers; loving father o Janice G. and Susan L. Evers. native of California. Friends are -Invited to attend serv ices' Monday September 30 at 'a.m..' In the Chapel of Albert Bi Mortuary, 3476 Piedmont Avt___ Oakland, the Rev. Sherwood Wir officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. FREEJ. Marie 8. (Franco) In Oaklnn September 25, 1957. Beloved mothe of Mrs. Virginia Gray, loving grand mother of Judy Gray, loving aun of Erdeane Bedford, great aunt o Dcnice, Darlene and Keith Redford A native of California. A membc of U.P.P.E.C. Councn No. 14. Friends are invited to attend Hcrv iecs from thc Telegraph Averiu Chapel of Grant Miller Mortuaries 2850 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland Saturday, September 28, at a.m. thence to St. Theresa's Church, Mandalay Road, where a RcquL.. Mass will be celebrated for the re Sose of her soul commencing a a m. Recitation of thc Rosnr. Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Inter im nl St. Mary s Cemetery. HILL, lintel, in Oakland. Scptdmbc 20 1857, beloved wife of Claude C Hill; sister of Dclberl N., Joseph D nnd Paul H, Hobbs. A native of Kan eas. Friends arc Invited lo attend serv ICCB Saturday, September 28 -at 1 a.m., in the Chapel of the Alber Brown Mortuary, 3476 Plcdmon Avenue, Oakland. HUGHES, Llewelyn. In a local hospl tn September 23, 1087. of 2403A Me Kinley Avenue, Berkeley; bclovc husband of the" late Kathryn ft' Hughes; loving brother of Wllllni n. Hughea of Wales. A native Wales, ngcd 00 years. A farewell service to which f, friends are welcome will be 'hoi Saturday morninK at o'clock i the Llftle Chapel of thc Flower (Hull nnd Adeline Street n Aahby Stntion. Berkeley. The Hev crend n. O. Williams will offlclnti KAItLSEN, IJllUn of 3121 Ess 12th Street. Oakland, September 25 1057, beloved wife of Magnc A. Knri sen; loving mother of Frank Novnck A native of Kentucky, aged 43 yean Friends arc Invited to attend serv Ices Saturday, September 287 1 a.m. nl the Mission Chnpel of Robin son Bros. Mortuary, 1901 Frultvalc Avenue, Oakland. (For further Infer mallon please call KE Hog 4-3071.) MCDONALD, B., in Oakland September 24, 1S57, wife of the late Morton McDonald; loving mother Edwin C, McDonald of New York John M. McDonald of Chicago anc Roy Morton McDonald of Berkeley grandmother of Edwin C. McDonak Jr., Mrs. McDonald Berklnshnw John M. Jr., Bruce A., Gordon and Morton McDonald. Also survived by elsht Breat-Rrandchlldien; sister of Mrs. Vida B. Gilbert, formerly of San Jnsn snri Cnlumbuc. Ohfo. Services were held Thursday morning. September 26. (Albert Brown Mortuary.) iriLONO, MnrU, in Oakland, Septem- ber 25, 1357. dearly beloved wife of Antonio Milono of 1640 llth Ave- nue; loving mother of Mrs. Carolina Milono; sister of Theresa Vaclno of South America; mother-in-law of Mrs. Josephine Milono; crandmother of Shirley Milono. A native of. Prov- ince of Vestignc. Italy; aned 77 years. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Saturday. Sep- tember 28 at a.m. from the Mosswood Chapel of Albert Engel Co., 3630 Telegraph Avenue and 37th Street, Oakland, thence lo St. An- thony's Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 a.m. "tecilatlon of the Rnsary Friday eve- ilnc at f! o'clock. Entombment, Holy enulchre Mausoleum. IITCHELL, Ellrabcth E.. in Oakland, September 24, 1057. beloved wife of he late Samuel H. Mitchell: loving mother of Mrs. Violet Pcnrson and he late Mrs. Mabel Martin; ernnd- nother of Kenneth Martin. Willard Jpencer, Mrs. Janice Bean and Mrs. Vlarjorie Laverty; great-grandmother of 10 great-grandchildren. A native of England; aged 90 years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the services Friday, Septem- acr 27 at 11 a.Tn. In the Laurel Chapel of Albert Engcl Co., 4555 MacAr- thur Boulevard between High Street and Mills College, Oakland. 'CONNOR, John, In Oakland. Sep- tember 2fi. 1957; lovlnR brother of Blanche Taylor and Erin AiReo of Oakland. A native of San Francisco. aficd nn years. For many years a member of N.S.G.W. Friends are invited to atlmd serv- ccs at the Tclccraph Avenue Chapel jf Grant Miller. Mortuaries, 2850 Tclefc-raph Avenue. Oakland. Satur- day, September 28. at 1 p.m. Dr. Vcrc V. Loper officiating Ample off-street parking. Inurnment pri- ite. OSE, Bryan, In 27, 1957. beloved brother of Mrs, a Stroup of Se.-ilUc, Wnhtngton; Nita De Witt'of Christopher, Illinois! ind of Dean Klrkham of intlve of Missouri; ascil BO years. Friends arc invited to attend fu- 1er.il services Sundnr, September 2ft. I 2 p.m. fioin the Fiuitv.ile Chain 1 if the Clarence N. Cooper Mnrtu- ries. 1500 Frullvale Avenue. (KKI- 3-4114.) Parking area adjacent o chapel. __________ DEATHS SMITH, lUrold Webster, in-Palo Alto. September 25th, 1057, husband Florence B. Smith; father of Beverly A., Donald H. and Glenn B. Smith; brother of Curtis E. Smith. Born in Minneapolis. Minnesota, March 31. 18S4. Secretary ol Dlnwlddle Con- struction Co. Past president and member of advisory board of Califor- nia Con- tractors. Past president of Building Industries Conference Board. Member of Engineers Club of San Francisco. Chairman of the Committee for the Bay Area Construction Industry of the California State Chamber STANLEY Blincm) Louise, in Orlnda, September 24, 1357. beloved wife of Stan Stanley: lovihk mother of Candice, Valentine and Janet Marie Stanley; loving sister "of Sgt. Thomas Kellum, U.S.A.: Robert Brandt. Mrs. Margaret Sllviera ana Mrs. Hcc. A native of California. A member of Los Amlgas Chapter, tt. D. G. W., Cottonwood Branch, Cha- dren's Hospital of the East Bay.- Friends ore Invited to attend fu- neral services September 28 at a.m., from the Chapel 11 the Oaks. Oakland Mortuary, 3007 Telegraph Avenue, thence to Santa1 Maria Church in Orlndar where .a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of her soul at 10 a.m. Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery, Recitation of the Rosary Friday nlng at 8 "o'clock. BUTTER, Katharine, in Mission Sail Jose, September 25. 1957: mother Kif Mrs. Elrle Inderhitzen of Manteoa and Louis M. Suttcr of Eureka: sis- ter of Elizabeth Betschart of Oak- land and Melnrad Gwcrder of Swit- zerland; also leaves four grandchil- dren. A native of Switzerland, aged 71 years. Friends and relatives fully Invited to attend Saturday, September 28. from Uic Bcrge Mortuary. 110 Mis- sion, Street. Irvlngton. Mass SB Joseph's Church, Mission San Jose. 8 Interment. Santa Clara Catholic Cemetery. Recitation of tha Rosary at 8 o'clock Friday TITUS, Orvllle L.. in San Leandfo, September 25. 1D57, of 1080 Oakei Boulevard, San Leandro: beloved husband of Evelyn Titus; loving nd Idella T !E are respect, id the funeral IB, at a.iif. lather of Robert Lee an 1 Mao Titus: dear Km of tho-late Mr. ami Jlrs. WUII.ni Titus; brother of.Aaron. James, Aquilla and Mclvin Tltusi, Edna Mae Tuer and Norma Esther f Hnyword; William Tp o nywor; am T tus of San Lorenzo. Arthur Titus ot Berkeley and DeWayne Titus of San A nallvo KnnsM' A farewell liervlcc1 to which all friend! are welcome will be held the (HUlT h'-.- eVHre.' Monday morning at 10 o'clock in nnd Adefin? Station, Berkeley. The Hi Fred Alwell .will officiate. TONSMAN, in Onkifind. Se'ol dear friend of Mr.- and Mra. Michael J. Flaherty. A na- tive of Tennessee; aged S3 ycara A member of Local 18 Building ServiS Union nnd former shop steward of i-ocnl 029, nnd, an employed of; Oakland Tribune. Friends are invited to attend fcrv- Ices Mondny. September 30 at ll a.m. ni the Mission Chnpel of. Rob- inson Bros. Mortuary, 1901 Frullvnle Avenue near Foothill Boulevard, Cemct1 FrmCntt Mountnin WIEDEMAN, Grace M.. 60S Persli. ic" iSiin Scntenibcr T.V, i057' bclovcd wife of Charles Vf. Wledcman: devoted mother of Mm. Lois M. TrowbrldKc of Martinet CliBriei W. Wfedeman ffr. of Castro Valley and Raymond If. WIedeman ?iMnt n dnuBhtcr of Mtd; willlnm Boll of Vftcnvllle; sister of George; P. Smith of San Lorenro: Mrs. Hilary King of Lodi and Dorothy Tolland of Vacaville; alsn survived by. nine iirandchildren. A member and past president of Amen-' lean Lcelon No. 117 of Snn dro. A native of San Francisco; fined 50 years, Friends are Invited to attend Ore funeral from the new Estudfllo Chnpel of Santos Robinson, 150 -Lsutdjllo Avenue, San Lcandro, Saf> urdayr September 28 at a.m.. thence to St. Leander's Church- where a Requiem High Mass will be' celebrated for the repose of, her soul, commenclnc at 10 a.m. Reclr tntlon o( the Roswry Friday eveniritt at 8 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepul- chre Cemetery, Hnyward. Parking provided, enter rear of Chapel, 109 C.illan Avenue. (For further in- formation please call TR inidad. Card of Thanks COUNTY ASSOCIATION Gratefully acknowledzes vlemorlal sifts toward the fight :alnst heart disease. Icmorial gifts may be mailed to asso- ation headquarters, 121 East lltn-i treet, Oakland. HItfhgate 4-3564 or resented at Crocker Anslo National ank. 1450 Broadway, Oakland. vish to extend our appreclatlorr frlends who have shown us such kindness and understanding durins our recent sorrow and ben eavement. MRS. LELA L. SWIFT and an Francisco Deaths NDEHSON. Herbert (Andy) AIN, Mary F. LANSHEJ. Max RANNEN. Kathleen T. RUNSTROM, Alice L. AHILL. Harold T. ASELLA, Giobatta (Baccl) ASTLE. Ann Marie HIEHOLM. Waller Scott ONRADY, Bertlln W. RIGERO, Delia ODFREV. Elizabeth S. "i ORENFLO. Sophia E. ART. Alice H. ELLY, Rose H. NIBERG. Fannie OOMIS. Frank J. AIL, Emma r :cGINTY. Bessie cI.ELLAND. Jessie S. ELARKY. Edward YERS. Col. David A. ENALUNA. Willlnm EDAHAN. Bernard J. ANDVIK. Knut CHULTZ. Ann Louise -__ FIRESIDE Thrift since founding has paid ALWAYS 'Beauty retroun A tretj of crcmidoa And Broracnt in dui hilltop loa- oon of true splendor. Three convenient plenty for FREE BOOKLET of pictures and descriptions. CHRPEL OF and never less! S T AT E W OAKLAND 1437 Sin Frtncisox U (Snnj.JSIZ Our? CONCORD IIVERMORE Crematorium Columbarium George P. SilltmAn, Manager Howe, Mather Montgomery Sti. Ojkflnd, Cjlifornta Telephone Olympic 4-1288 ;