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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1961, San Mateo, California Times Tuesday, Nov. 2V, 196V LEGAL NOTICE Regalado ..Uln'dquist, .Attys. 'NOTICE OF'INTENDED -SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on-'THURSDAY, the 30th day.' ot NOVEMBER, at the hour of o'clock A.M., of said day. the undersigned Vendor, MARY HODGE at 241 Village Way, South San Francisco. California, intends to sell, and will sell to BETTY E LEHMAN. 3140-48th Av- enue. City and County of San Fran- cisco. all her right; title -and Interest in the restaurant known as "K-K 214- Airport Boule- vard, South San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Said sale will 'be closed and con- summated and the affrced price and consideration o't -said .sale will be .paid on-the at the Law Offices of KEGAEADO LIND- QUIST. 490 Winslow Street, Ked- wood City, California. DATED-, .this 14th day ot.NOVEM- BER. 1961. MARY HODGE Intended Vendor STATE OF CALIFORNIA ss. County of San Mateo On this 14th day of NOVEMBER 1961, before me.- Frances L, Aucr- bach. Notary Public In and for the County of San Mateo, State Cali- fornia, -residing therein, duly com- ,missioned and sworn, personally ap poared MARY HODGE, known to me to be the .person described in and whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and she ac knowledgod to me that she executed the same. IN I have hereunto" set my hand and affixed my Official Seal, the day and year in this certificate first above writ ten. FRANCES X.. AUERBACH Notary Public in and for the County, of San Mateo. State of California, My Comm. Expires March 1964 LINDQUIST. Attorneys at Law. Suite C Fulier-Winslow Bids.. 490 Winslow Street. Redwood City. California. Telephone: EMerson 9-1701. To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES AND DAILY NEWS LEADER at San Mateo, California. Tuesday. November 21. 1961. ,_____ Rosolllnl, Vallorga Mltr.hell. Attys. CERTIFICATE OF INDIVIDUAL TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIOUS'NAME No: 6864 I. the undersigned, do hereby certify that I am transacting busi- ness under the fictitious name and style of "SEQUOIA AIRCRAFT LEASING the principal clace of business o! said business is situated at 1156 West Holly. San Carlos. San Mateo County. Califor- nia; that rny full name is LOUIS J ROEHR; and .that my place of residence is 1426 Parrott Drive. San Mateo, San Mateo County. California. STATE- OF CALIFORNIA County of San Mateo On NOVEMBER 16. ss. 1961, .before me ENID WHTTWAM. personally appeared LOUIS-J.'ROEHR. known to me" to be -'the person whose name :is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged- that he executed the same. (Seal) ENID WHITWAM. Notary Public .In and for the County of San Mateo. State of California, My Comm. Expires July 5, 1963. ,'Enciorsed) Filed in the office of the County Clerk of San Mateo County. Calif.. November 20. 1961. JOHN- A. BRUNING, County Clerk. By Jean E. Balthazar. Deputy Clerk. ROSELLINI, VALLERGA MITCHELL Attorneys at Law. 887 Ralston Avenue, Belmont, California. Telephone: LYtell 1-5725. To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES AND DAILY NEWS LEADER at .San. California. Tuesday, Nov. 21. 28, Dec. 6, 12, 1961. (3824) He's MISTER LAW ST. MARYS, Pa. (AP) The name of a justice of the peace in this northwestern Pennsylvania town is Harry C. Law. The beauty of Cypress Lawn is available for all families; even those of average means. Here, too, the care of each final resting place is assured by a large and ever-growing endowment fund. We invite you to visit Cypress Lawn, or to call or write for bur brochure, fymss LAWN MEMORIAL PARK A non-profit cemetery for all faiths Colma. San Mateo County PLaza 5-0580 Some Wide Gains, But Mart TONS OF workmen rode this wall down and miraculously escaped injury yesterday in Millbrae. Police said the two- story north wall and a portion of the south wall of the building at 236 Broadway, apparently weakened by rain and the fact that the concrete hadn't been poured around the steel inside the building blocks yet, was apparently blown over by a strong gust of wind. Wind velocity up to 40 miles per hour were reported. The building when finished was to be occupied by Mills Electric. The workmen were employees of Tony Visco Masonry company, a subcontractor for White and Claussen, Associated Pacific Builder, of Burlingame, according to police. DEATHS NEW YORK (AP) The stock market 'was mixed, with some' wide- gainers, -in heavy trading late this afternoon. Volume for, the "day was esti- mated at. 5 million shares com- pared with -U9 -million Tuesday. While gains and-losses of most key stocks went from fractions to about-a point'there were a num- ber ofj'bigger Korvette ran up 6, Simplicity Pattern more than 5 and Ameri- can Meter more than 2. Federal Pacific Electric fell more than 1, DuPont -dropped 3 and Sears Roebuck 2. Grayson-Robinson spurted more than 4 .and Campbell Soup about 3. Steels were1 Jones Laughlin and U.S. Steel about 1. Ford advanced more than 1. Lorillard added about 2 and American Tobacco a. point as to- baccos moved higher. Oils and rubbers-were narrowly-mixed. General Electric rose more than a point and American Telephone 2 as it touched a new high. Baltimore Ohio fell about 3 points on news .it would be unable to pay interest on convertible in- come, bonds. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. Trading- was active. U.S. government bonds retained a plus edge as trading slowed. Corporates mixed. remained thoroughly FERDINAND JOSEPH SIGNAROWITZ Ferdinand Joseph Signarowitz, 78, an engineer for 50 years with tings Engineering company in charge of automatic machinery yesterday at his home, 715-San Mateo drive, San Mateo, after a sudden illness: A native of Hungary, Signaro- vitz had lived in San Mateo 40 and was a past president of the San Mateo Heights Im irovement club. He was' also a member of San Mateo lodge No. 226, F- and A. M., and the Lodge of Perfection of Burlingame. He ,vas an alumnus of Newark Col- ege of Engineering and Cooper Union Institute of New York City Surviving are a son, William E. Signarowitz of Redwood City; a daughter, Miss Pauline E. Sig- narowitz of San Mateo; a broth- er, Eugene C. pi- oneer insurance broker of San Mateo, and two grandchildren S DEATH NOTICES SIGNAROWITZ In San Mateo, suddenly, November 20, 1961, Ferdi- nand J. Signarowitz; beloved lather of William E. Signarowitz, Red- wood City, and Pauline E. Slg- norowltz, San Mateo; devoted brother of Eugene C. Signarowitz. San Mateo; also survived by. two grandchildren, William and Bron- wyn Signarowitz, bolh of Santa Clara'. A natlvo of Felka, Hungary, and a resident of San Mateo (or 40 years. A member of the alumni of Newark College of Engineering and a graduate of Cooper Union Institute of New York City; a "member of San Mateo Lodqe 226, F. St A.M., Lodge of Perfection, Burllngame, Senior Citizens, and Fast President of San Mateo Heights Improvement Club. runeral services will- bo held Wednesday, November 22, 1941, at P.M. at the Colonial Mortuary Crosby-N. Gray Park "Road, Burllngsme, under tho au- spices of San Matoo Lodge 226, F. A.M. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Contributions to the American Heart Association, 181 Second Avenue, San Mateo, preferred. BETSCHE In Redwood City, No- vember 20, 1961, Arthur A. Betscho, brother of Clara Hope of Chicago, 1 III.; and Carl Betsche of Cleveland, Ohio; brother-in-law of Mrs. Hulda R. Ellis, San Carlos. A native of Chicago, III., aged 81 years. Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Wednesday, No- vember 22, at 11 a.m. at the White Oaks Chapel of Coolho, Llnd, Roll- er and Hapgood, 1696 El Camlno Real, San. Carlos; Rev. Phillip Whitmer, C a m o n t Methodist Church, officiating. Inurnment will be private. SPENCER In Burlingame, No- vember 21, 1961, Edna May Spen- cer, beloved sister of the late Franklin Grenvllle Spencer, A member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Burllngame. services will be held Wednesday, November 22, 1961, at A.M. at St. Paul's Church, 415 El Camlno Real, Burllngame. Friends may call ot the Colonial Mortuary of Crosby-N. Gray Co., 2 Park Road, Burllngame, until A.M. Wednesday. William and Bronwyn Signaro- witz, both of Santa Clara. Funeral services under Mason- ic auspices will be held tomor- row at Crosby-N; -Gray'-chapel in Surlingame at 1 p.m. Interment will be .in Woodlawn -Memorial >ark, Colma; EDNA MAY SPENCER Mrs. Edna May. Spencer, 81, a retired nurse of San Mateo county and San Francisco, died, today at her home at ,Cortez ave- nue, Burlingame. There were no survivors. Mrs. Spencer, a resident ot San Mateo county for 49 years, was a native of San Francisco. She gained her registered nurse certi- fication as a graduate of the old German hospital of San Fran- cisco, now Franklin hospital, in 1901. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal church of Bur- lingame. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow from Crosby- s'. Gray chapel in Burlingame. Inurnment will be at Greenlawn Memorial park, Colma. Woodlawn Memorial Park A Cemetery for All Failbs The Great Columbarium m Eternal Bronze Woodlawn's Memorial Provision for those whose choice may be Cremation Woodlawn's Services Available on a Pre-Need Arrangement MAUSOLEUM CREMATORY COLUMBARIUM CEMETERY URN GARDEN WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK An Endowed Care Cemetery Colma, Colif. Plaza 5-1727 Inc. 1864 William, ,12; Susan, 10; Debra, 5, and Chris, 1. BOLESLAW ZUKOWSKI REDWOOD Funeral services are pending at Woodside chapel of Crippen and-Flynn for Boleslaw a .retired stationary engineer, of 746 South View way, who died yesterday at lommunity hospital, San Mateo, after an illness. 'Born in he formerly worked at Children's hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. for 30 years prior to retirement. He moved to Red- wood City in 1955. He was a n.ember of tie Polish National Alliance. His cousin, Bruno W. Zachary of Redwood City is the only known survivor.. AMELIA C. DIEDRICH SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO Mrs. Amelia-C. Diedrich, 77, a resident here for 18 years until she moved to Anaheim seven years ago, died yesterday in Or- ange after a brief illness. The wife of the late Anthony Diedrich, Mrs. Diedrich is sur- vived by. t h r e e children; Mrs. Nellrose'Galii of South San Fran- cisco, Mrs. Eleanor -Savnick of Oakland and James-Diedrich ol Santa Rosa; a sister, Miss Rose B. Mough of Anaheim, and seven grandchildren. A requiem 'high mass will be celebrated Friday at 9 a.m. from All Souls Catholic church here. Rosary-will be recited Thursday at 8 p.m., from Nauman and Lin- coln chapel here, and interment will be at- Holy Cross cemetery, Colma. DAVID A. DRAKE David A. Drake, three-day-old son Mr. and Mrs.' Steven Drake, 711 North Bayshore bou- levard, Burlingame died yester- day at Mills Memorial hospital. Funeral services will be held to- morrow at 10 from the Crosby-N. Gray chapel. Inurn- ment will be private. MARK DAVIS DALY. CITY Mark Davis, two-months old son of Attorn and Mrs. Robert Davis of 153 St. Francis .boulevard, Daly 'City, was pronounced dead on arrival at Junipero Serra hospital here yesterday evening. Funeral services are pending. RICHARD BURNS. PACIFICA Funeral services will be -held tomorrow at-11 a.m. from Nauman and Lincoln chap- e' in South San Francisco for Richard Burns, 60, a copy editor of the San Francisco Examiner, who died .Sunday while on his way to work. A resident of 290 .Kavanaugh way, Pacifica, Burns -formerly worked for newspapers.- in Chi- cago and Los Angeles; Surviving -are his .-wife, -Ann, and five "13; ADVERTISEMENT FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because tholr plate dropped, slipped or wob- bled at Just- the wrong time. -Do not live to fear of thls'nappenlnstoyou. Just sprinkle a 'little FASTEETH. the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold.false they. leeL.more comfort- able. Does not BOUT.- CheclcjVplate odor1, Get- FAB-TEETH-.ftt drug .counters everywhere. NEW YORK at a glance: Stocks Mixed; some wide gains. rails improve. trade buying and .liquidation. Chicago: Wheat- Higher; general de- mand. general demand. with corn.. short cover- ig. to 50 cents'lower; top steers steady to 25 cents higher; top ARTHUR COXHEAD Funeral services will- be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. frorn Pat- terson and O'Connell chapel for Arthur Coxhead, 60, 756 WiUbor- ough place, Burlingame, who died Sunday following a long illness. He was a native of England and a self-employed house paint- er for seven years. Coxhead had lived in this county for nine years. Surviving is his wife, Wini- fred; a daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Stenson of Burlingame; two sis- ters and two brothers, Mrs. Hilda Johnson, 'Thomas and' Cyril Cox- head, all of England; Mrs. Olive Magalhaes. of South America, anc a grandson, Michael. Stenson of Burlingame. .The Rev. Alanson Higbie of St. Paul's Episcopal church of Bur- lingame will officiate. Intermenl will be at Alta Mesa Memorial park, Los Altos. HELEN B. COLLINS HALF MOON Helen B. 66, a resident for one month at 525 Alsace Lorraine and formerly of Redwood City, died last night after a long ill- ness in a Montara rest home. A native of- Kansas, she ai her husband, Rp'scoe, had movec here a month ago from Redwooc City where they had resided at 560 Warrington avenue five years. Also surviving, are two sons, Harold L. Collins 'of- Chicago, and Kenneth Collins of Illinois; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Hairies of Redwood City; mother. Mrs: Etta Page of Redwood City; two; sisters, Mrs. George Ekis of Redwood City, and Mrs. Leona Broadbreck of San. Carlos; two brothers, Albert and-'Roy Page, both of Redwood 12 grand- children, and two great-grand- children. Funeral services will be con- ducted from. Layng and Tinney chapel, Redwood City, at, 1 p. m tomorrow. Interment will be in Springfield, HI. Births MILLS HOSPITAL Born to Mr., and COPPA, Melvin, 3721 Pasadena drive, San Mateo, November 20, a daughter. ELL1NGSEN, Rolf, 1455 Oak Grove avenue; No- vember 20, a daughter. ..Edward, 1705- Rob- erta drive, San Mateo, November 20, a daughter. WITHERS, Jessie, 435 North Kingston, street, San Mateo, No- vember 20, a daughter. WONG, William, .713. .Twenty- eighth avenue, San Mateo, No- a. daughter! PENINSULA HOSPITAL Born 71 -Park Manor --drive, Daly Novem- ber "20, a son; Ji DR. CAKL H. BECKER C. H. Becker In Post at Precision SAN CARLOS- Dr, Carl H. Seeker- has been named tor of research for Precision In- strument company, it was an- nounced by' Konrad Schoebel, president of -the -firm which man- ufactures instrumentation. mag- netic tape recorders and other data-processing'equipment. Dr. man who-de- veloped 'stereophonic sound in Germany and who originated .the sound system for the late Mike Governor John A. Volpe of Oscar S. .Smith, director of industrial relations or United States Atomic Energy ommission in Washington Robert S. Munsell, supervising ngineer of Bechtel corporation will address the 43rd annual con-. of the Associated Contractors -of America, Inc., on December 1 in the ace hotel, it was. announced P. ..Silvestri- of San Mateo, resident of the contractors asso- cia'tion. Mayor George Christopher of San Francisco .will open the con- by addressing. the dele- gates, Silvestri said. Special ervice awards will be given to contracting firms with.long time lervice to the industry-and1 a full ;chedule of business sessions will be held. About 300 executives of con- tracting companies in northern and central 'California are ex- pected to attend the convention. A veteran contractor, Gover- nor Volpe is a past.president of the Associated General Contrac- ors of America. He also is a past president of the Greater 3oston Chamber of Commerce and' the Society of American Military Engineers. He was a ieutenant commander, in the suunu system 101 uit; latu IVUAU __ Todd's "Around the World in-80 navy civil engmeers corps dur- .will direct the company's basic research in advanced solid- state electronic devices for com- munications tion. Steps and have data acquisi- already been imBeam Sales Up Jim Beam sales in the state of 'California for the first nine months of 1S61 set an all-time record high, announced George Gaber, vice president and direc- tor of marketing of the James B. Beam Distilling company. Gaber made t during a visit to market fo finalize the local ad- vertisin-g and merchandis- ing campaign for Beam brands. Gaber further stated, "The merchandising support program, which was custom-tailored for the California market, is the most extensive in Beam's history." taken to-expand this activity-un- der his-leadership, Schoebel said Dr. Becker comes to Precision from the position of advisory, en gineer at Westinghouse Electric corporation for their molecular engineering program. One of the original half-dozen scientists .who developed magnet ic tape recording in Germany Dr. Becker received -his doctor ate in engineering physics in 193' from the -Technical university o Munich. He holds more than 20 Ger man patents and is responsibli for several new principles o multiple-channel recording. He emigrated to. the United State: in 3952, and his activities in thi: country have resulted in a num ber of U.S. patents, as well a publication of several scientifi papers. Since coming here, hi main, work has been in the fiel of quantum electronics, a sub ject which, as consulting profes sor, he .taught at Stanford uni versity, 1956 to 1958. Dr. Becker is a member o statement California FEATURED HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Carol Russell, 21-year-old daughter of Hollywood newspaperwoman Hel- en Gould, has been signed for a feature role in the Albert Zug- smith production "Confessions of an Opium.Eater." Miss Russell, a former model, made her film acting .debut re- cently as a society woman in "The George Raft Story." Stock Market Nov. 21 30 Ind 15 RIs 15 Utl 0 Sts Net Change D1.3 D1.4 D .6 Dl. Tuesday 382.1 127.0 147.9 267.8 Prev. Day 3S3.-4 128.X 148.5 269.0 317.4 109.0 106.0 214.6 CAP) Closing Year gao NEW YORK, Nov. 21 stocks: ACF Indus U Air Reduc Alleg Lud Allied Ch Allied Sirs Alum Ltd Alcoa Alum Am Air Lin Amn' Can Amn -Cyan Am Motors Am Potash 54 27% 2IB4 47% 46 'A 134'A 104 5W, 70% Amn vise Ampex CD Anacon Co Armco Stt Armour Co Atchsn Top 27711 Avco Corp Bendlx Av 67% Beth Steel Boeing Air Border Co Borg Warn Burroughs Cal- Pack Cam Souo Case, J.I. Cater Trac 75 33% 129'A Tft 39 36Vi Chance Vgt Chrys Corp Cities Svc Clevlte Co Colg Palm Col Brd Svs Colum Gas Comw Ed- Con Edison Containers Contl Can Contl Oil Corn Prod Crane Co rrown Crk Crown Zell Wr Co 37W 48% 89H 417. 65Vi '123 nlsney Pd Doug- Alrc Dow Chcm DuPnt Co Fast Air L Kod PJ.IO NO Mooul RWk Co FMC -Corp Ford Mot Forem Dalr Fruph Tir Dvna Rent. Slec ficnl Food i Motors il TAEI fienl Tire Ga Pac Co Goodrich T Goodvear T rtrevhound Gulf Oil Hew Pack Homestike ideal Cem Inland- stl Int.Bus M. tntl.'-Harv Intl IntT-Pawr- Intl T f.-T Johns -Man 52% 39-'. 1 73% 15V.C 24V. 79 1071.4 53% 21 87VJ- 77 29 a 5W4': 51 Vi .74 Jones L Kalder Alu Keene Cop LOF Glass LIbby McN Litton Ind Lockh Airc Macv P..H. M G M Minn Monsan Ch Mont Ward AAotrla Inc' Nat Biscuit .Nat Csh R Nat Dairy Nat Distil Nat Gypsm Nat Lead NY Central No Am Av Nor Pacific Norttlro Air Olln Math Pac GS.6I Pac Llqht Pac Pack Bell Pan Amn Param Plct Parke Dav Penney JC Penna RR Pens! Cola Phllco- Co Phlllo Mor Phillips Pot Proct t, G Radio Corp Ravthn Mfg- Reoub Stl BflXall Drq Revn 'Met Phwwi Mfq PVMId OM Sufpwav Sf .'ft.jj.ois- Pa Schenlev In ARS Shell Oil Co Sinclair oil Socony MM Sou Sou pM.ntl Cal SM nil Ind S'd OH NJ Sfand Pica Sttirfi- Park Swift r. Co S5V, 12% 152'A 47Vi 67Vi SOVi 71% 55% 82% 91 135 75% 25% 50% 41 101 62% 57% 17% 58% 23% 118 S7V4 99 S5% 38V; 58% 57 37V4. 82 '13% 41 59% 37 .27% 87 40'A 51 TMnVnl CH nil w Air 'Twent Cen Un.. Un Oil Cal Un- Pacific- Unit Air L Unit Alrcft U S Borax u s Gvosum U. s -Pub II S Steel w.rn B Pic .11% m, Wonlworth 51% 'Zenith Rad the and American Physical societ; the Institute of Radio En gmeers. Farm Market SAN FRANCISCO districts, 3-3.50 Brussels Mateo .10-.11. Cabbage All districts, 2.25. districts, 2.23-2.50 1.75-2.00. 3.25-3.50. 2.75-3.00. 2.40-2.65. Broccoli-----Santa Cruz, 2.75. districts, 3.75. Costa, Contractors J. P. SILVESTRI. Mutual Funds ing World War II. Smith has been with the Atom- 's Energy commission for .14 years. He. h'as served the AEC as director of labor relations and director of personnel. In his pres- ent position he is responsible for commission policies relating to contractor personnel, industrial relations and manpower require- ments and resources. The construction industry and the missile program has been plagued with misunderstanding on work jurisdiction which has caused delays in our defense pro- gram. It is on this subject that Smith will direct his remarks. Munsell of Bechtel corporation is an expert in the new field known as the critical path meth- od. In essence this is an elec- tronic system of work planning that indicates the critical con- struction phases and is a ioa. now being used by government agencies and top private own- ers of large corporations. The following mutual fund quotations as ol-ll a. m. arc furnished by Reynolds 1 Bid AskKi Affiliated Fund 8.7X 9.44 Capital Life Si Gr. SIK.........16.73 18.3< Commonwealth Inv. Co. ......10.92 11.93 Dividend Shares ..............3.44 4.00 Dreyfus Fund .................18.63 20.25 Eaton Howard SIK. Fd.......15.55 16.81 Fidelity Capital Fd............21.16 23.00 fundamental Invstrs .........H.14 12.23 Cevstonc S-< 5.23 i.71 Mass. Inv. Trust .............. Mass. Inv. Growth ............19.27 21.06 Putnam Growth Fd........... T-V Electronics 8.86 .9.64' iwelllnston Fund...............16.39 17.84 jloyment Agency manager, .has seen elected to the board of trus- ;ees of the California Institute lor Employment -Counseling. The CIEC is an educational and professional development service group founded in 1958 by the California Employment Agen- cies association to help upgrade private agency operations and personnel. Over the Counter Following are bid and ask quotations on unlisted stocks. They are furnished by the National Association of Security Deal ers and are Intended only as a guide to tho approximate range. BldAsked American Express............. 56% 60% Argonaut Insurance 5% 6'A Bank of America.............. 5914 73 Bank of California California Liquid G6S 3Vh 37% Central Valley Bank 53 57Va Century Properties 8H 9% Citizens Utilities-............. 36 38V4 Crocker-Anglo Bank 73W Dialaphone 78Vi IV, EiteT-McCullo'ugh'Y.Y.'.Y.Y.V.'.Y U'A First Surety Corp............. First Western Financial 2614 28 Franklin Life Insurance 141 151V4 Hanover Insurance 53 Huebloln, Inc. 34'A lnsul-0-Corp.................... IVn Kaiser steel 3-4V2 37V4 Langcndorf Bakeries 21'A 23 LucKy Stores 19% SI to iMIohle-Goss-Dexter Pabst Brewing Pacific Int. ffxpress ..........13 Permanente Cement ...........20 Regan Industries..............IVfe Shoup Voting Machines ........13% Systron-Donncr Telecomputing 5V4 Thrifty Drug ..................51% United California Bank .........73Vj Wells Fargo-American Trust ..85% NAMED TO BOARD Anita Tefft; San Mateo Em- K.0.'d TIME SEATTLE (UPI) Jack West- land, captain of the U.S. Walker Cup team, is the oldest player ever to win the U.S. amateur golf championship. He was 47 when he won in 1953. WHEELCHAIRS .cor Every Need! REMIS_ Phone Fl 5-5775 284T So. El Camino Real San Mateo Put these men on your SECURITIES TEAM! When you seek investment select an experienced securities team. The men behind, the man who: serves you often makevthe big difference in your investment success. An Account Advisor at Dean Witter Co.' has-a team of specialists to help him assist you, including: An 84 memher research, staff investigating and making recommendations to him. An active, full'time municipal bond., depart- ment keeping him informed about bonds offer- ing tax-free income. An investment banking department "under- writing, as a major' participant, new securities for distribution to clients.' A staff of specialists executing orders in the over-the-counter securities market. Four New York Stock Exchange .floor part- reports his.comments twice diilyjto all offices. Here's-a, versatile, closely team ready to go to work for'you! _ DEAN WITTER t Co. Membtra Ywk Stock PtdficCoirt Stock 215 Bait Fourth Avenue, Son Moteo 2-7041 Open-Saturdayi 9 AM to 12 Noon 4T: OFFICES SERVING INVESTORS ;