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50-A cccc Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Dec. 7, 1952 1S wfAfhl. U(AU MA' ef Cemi UTOS FOA SALE BAY COUNTIES VITAL STATISTICS DEATHS 11W LOST "Tee Itmm.mr aa Lrzerr In a sraaU ear r. i the Bad Zkrr 4A47 Boulevard. KXTTTIXG bag.
green plaid plastic. Southern Pacific train, Sunday night. BE rkelev 7-4A3 icirutjr Sr Elizabeth's Church; li-tmx tab 4C3H, December 4th LA kehurst J-7nM, DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS Bay Area Births Born to the wife of: BASS. Domi L. girl FAHSHOLTZ.
William UTTT in rTl HiTI vlrmily boy Mary's Cemetery. Recitation of the had Identification collar: uuwen to! JACKSON, Tylos. boy dent of Catholic Ladles Aid Society branch Number 53: member of the Rosary Monday evening at o'clock nta-; reward. Walnut Creek JIMSON. Alfred, nil name For further information please call 63 years.
A member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society of St. Ambrose. Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Tuesday, December 9, at 8:30 $10 DOWN 24 Months To Pay Ea'aoce TR lnidad 3-1011.) sieve, fin rr-n BEATY, Willie. girl Sr.ro.
bk, tan and ui'otmv i i Presidents Club and Woodmen of the World Fruitvale Camp 431. Friends are Invited to attend services from the new mortuary of P. pAkr airena y-ZlL i JOHNSON. Horace C. SILVER At her home.
6521 Dover Street, Oakland, December 5. 1952. Alice B. Silver, beloved wife of Ray a.m. from the drawing room chapel of the Ellis-Olson Mortuary.
727 San 17 reward. Walnut Creek 4683. A Bannon. 6300 East 14th Street. Oak haren t-3914 IrnvTTvrm i.
HFri. Bear, female, brown, white DC HE. Walton boy Pablo Avenue, Albany. Thence to St. Ambrose Church, Gilman and Cornell Streets, Berkeley, where a Requiem C.
Silver, dear sister of Mrs. Dorothy Stevens of Albany. California. Mrs. Grace- P.
Armstrong of Clearwater. markmrs. on black toenail; reward for HUDSON. Willie girl frrediate Delivery tnrormattoei CLwourt 1-1420. HOLMES.
Ivory. girl Florida. Mrs. Gertrude Lamb of Brad- en ton, Florida, and James A. Sutton High Mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul commencing at 9 a.m.
Recitation of the Rosary Monday High Temperatures ond Area i ef reipitaKn xperted Swndo ZrrV I rrt PURi. brown. aiuab.e; Mandana 1941 Bu'CK Sedan $295 Boulevard: very liberal reward. PI ed- einc' irwwit S-W71W of iSloomfield Hills, Michigan: a member of the First Baptist Church of evening at 8 o'clock. Committal serv ices St.
Joseph's Cemetery. fi nlSGLH Spjinei. mae. liver and POTTER In San Francisco, December 194J OSdsmobile white. Willows, California.
Name inc Mf. Reward. Prion collect Sutter 4, 1952. Mary Frances Potter, beloved wife of the late Thomas Benton Potter; land on Tuesday morning. December 8.
at 9 o'clock, thence to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church for a Requiem High Mass commencing at interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery: recitation of the Rosary Monday evening at 8 o'clock. (For further Information please call TR lnidad 2-1011.) GUNDLACH In Oakland. December 8. 1952, Frederick William Gundiach of 1007 Key Route Boulevard, Albany, beloved husband of Elizabeth Gundiach, loving father of Mrs.
Be mice E. Bylund of Albany and Fred B. Gundiach of San Leandro, loving grandfather of Denise and Roger Bylund and Paul and Lynn Gundiach. A native of San Francisco. Aged 69 years.
A member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Alcatraz Lodge No. 264, F. and A.M. Friends are Invited to attend services HOSS. Roland E.
boy OROSCO. Manuel flrl MARTINEZ.Ellseo girl EAST. Chester A- boy BROADBENT. Vtrgu girl HAGERTY. Alfred C.
boy AMES. Harold T. boy GONZALES. Herman boy CLELAND, Thomas girl TOLPIN, Walter boy COMETTA, Elvln girl Mcdonough. Edward c.
gtri IVERSON. William boy WIGNALL, William R. girl BONACLVI. Lewu. boy ROBINS.
Wilfred bov Oakland; a native of Romeo, Michigan, aged 80 years. A farewell service to which all friends are welcome will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull and Son), Adeline Street at Ashby Station, Berkeley. Dr. Harold N. Geistweit officiating.
Private Inurnment, Chapel of the Chimes. 1941 Fofd Sedan $295 devoted mother of T. Irving Potter of New York City. Mrs. John L.
(Natalia coor of Police or German Avt(( Ue- Dobbins and the late Fannie May Shepherd. vicinity Shady Way Inn. Alamo. December 1. "Ralph." Any Information appreciated, Reward.
Call Vernon 7-1687 collect. Sunday or Ehrenfeldt and Richard Orin Potter; loving grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. (Oregonian mod ut Mm WARNER Of 4635 Fair Avenue, Oak paper please copy.) Native of California: aged 84 years. Friends are Invited to attend the fu TOY come, female, dare brown, white cellar, cheet: VK-irirty Santa Maria WiUiama. Cartro Valley.
Reward. Lu CLARKE, Thomaa boy 150 Fir. Cars to Choose From JOHN D. KING "71 Kief ef Cm-4 Cart" 2446 East 12th HONDOLtfiO, Maxie boy ORTH, George girl neral services Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Golden Gate Chapel of the Poyner 1550 California Street at Berkeley Hills Chapel (Page and cerne I-Wm. Lucerne 1-4001.
TuV CottK or Steu male puppy, brown, sable white: anxwen to Reward. 105 Estates Drive, Cocord. or cat! Walnut Creek 8923 Oderi. 1602 Shattuck Avenue at Cedar Berkeley, Tuesday, December 9, 1952, KT wlrrphete mas Stormy weather Is predicted hero while the rest of the nation is expected to be fair except snow flurries in northern New England, and rati and snow In the higher Pacific Northwest Temperatures will remain much th same. near Polk.
Inurnment: Mondav, December 8, 1952 at Mu View Cemetery, Oak Divorces Filed GOICOVICH. Rutn A. vi. Luke at 11 a.m. Entombment Sunset View Mausoleum.
Dr. Herman Allen and members of Alcatraz Lodge Kb. 264 Easiest Terms in Town HXST wicn, udy WaiUvara. at in HANNA.VJWium E. v.
Betty Jean M. officiating. land, suddenly on December 5, 1952. Christina, beloved wife of the late Gustav Edward Warner; loving mother of Edward Warner of Mobridge, South Dakota, Albert, Louis, Otto and George Warner and Mrs. Frances McDonald; loving grandmotheg of 14 grandchildren; loving sister of Mr.
Jacob Schaffer of North Platte, Nebraska, Mrs. Dorothy Nansil of North Platte, Nebraska, Mrs. Eva Hier of Blackfoot. Idaho, Mrs. Carrie Fouth of Los Angeles and Mrs.
Katherine Schaffer of Oregon: also survived by many nieces and nephews. A native of Odessa, Russia: aged 67 jgafi. A member of the First Trinity Lutheran Church, Oakland. Friends are invited to attend services from the new mortuary of C. P.
Bannon, 6808 East 14th Street, Oakland, on Monday afternoon, December 8, 1952 at 3 o'clock. Interment: Evergreen GUNK In Oakland, December 1952 Katherine, beloved wife of Algernon (All Gunn, loving mother of Phillip C. $10 DOWN rnmetote: oeueve Km victnity Ala- PETERSEN. Hazel C. v.
John H. meda Hoapilal; aeritlmetitai value; ra-jLL Z. Donna vi. Richard rd Lucerne X-r BOWMAN. Shirley v.
Ollie. WHiST ten. lady a-juoood et Ham- SAMUELS. Elbert v. Geneva, limn: while gold band, reward.
jL. B. ERICSSON, EUa v. CarL Hendrck. Xaston Building.
Lith and WEBER. Rose A. v. Louis C. B-ntdwit TI mplebar t-141t.
BERGEN. Mary O. v. Edgar M. WATCH.
Hamilton, iadya. white gold. REDE- Donaciana. Gunn, Mrs. Lois Tepperd of Oakland, Weather BOTTLE BABY Bottle and Mrs.
Genevieve Jolly of Sacra land, California. PURIO In Oakland. December 4. 1952: Carlo Purio, dearly beloved husband of Grazia Purio; a native of Trevento Prov. Campo Basso, Italy; aged 68 years; a member of Chiesa Christiana Apostolica Italians.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the services Monday, December 8. 1952, at 2 o'clock p.m. in the Moss-wood Chapel of Albert Engel and Company, 3630 Telegraph Avenue and 37th Street, Oakland, with Mr. Eugene Balestrin officiating; interment Mt View Cemetery. RACICH In San Francisco, December 5.
1952, Milan, beloved brother of Stephen Racich of Oakland, Mrs. Eva Thayer of Redlands. Martin Racich of Washington, Mrs. Ann Little Big mento, Also leaves three grandchildren one grandchild and 5 brothers and sis A- Yea- Any Make ri ap-pio'ed rr street between BroMwn-Sn i-ouie v. iuiner ters in Ireland.
A native of Ireland, Ssa Francisco Bay Rerlon Rain Sun reward. KX Uog aged 58 years. Friends are respectfully Invited to day and Monday with heavy amounts: southerly wind 35-55 mph: low Sunday 48-53; high Sunday 53-56. SHERIDAN. Lorraine v.
Charle P. COOK. Tlorence E. va. Jeffie Lee.
WHITMARSH. Emma A. -a. Walter E. AGOSTINI, Mildred G.
vf. Leo A. JOHNSON. Willia vs. Elizabeth.
TRICE. Walter J. vs. Nellie Vonne. attend funeral services Tuesday, De 199 Bj'cV Sei-ee Cemetery.
(For further information call TRinidad 2-1011.) 5,6751 1110 FOUND cember 9, at 9 a.m. from the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue, thence to St. Jarlath's Church, Montana Street WARNER December 1952. of 4635 puppv.
5th-Broad-!" ACE. Johnnie Mae n. Edwin James. 19e0 V'C-'v MIxrD -w war; ery y. PAAKKARI.
frank A. vs Lempt Marie. Fair Avenue. Oakland. Gustav Edward, beloved husband of the late Christina Warner; loving father of Edward H.
Bth Street. and Fruitvale Avenue, where a Re oH.iit Pine. and Mrs. Donna Ahr of quiem Mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul commencing at 9:30 Nprthem and Central California Heavy rain and gale wind central and north portion Sunday, decreasing Monday; rain extreme south portion: heavy snow in mountains; little change in temperature; southerly wind off-shore reaching 65 mph. Cape Mendocino notrh, 40-59 mph.
Monterey to Cape Mendocino, and 15-35 mph elsewhere. Sierra Nevada Heavy snow and gale wind Sunday and Monday; little change in temperature. Sacraments Valley Heavy rain Sun I 1930 C-evre'ef Air South Dakota; a native of South Da kora. OJEDA. Totnasa vs.
Jose G. GIEEAU. Bernard T. vi. Elizabeth.
BRYANT. Margery J. vi. Sherman R. annulment i.
SPRAYBERRY. Hattie M. v. Eldon W. a.m.
Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward. strictly private. Recita Friends are invited to attend a Rosary Sunday, December 7, 1952. at 8 p.m., at Caporgno Co. Mortuary, 1727 tion of the Rosary Monday, 8 p.m PT RKET SITKRI.VTESDENTS VOTI' fF ItK'VftniNG KM FOP.
IMPKOVLNO SSTH jAVKSTF. BETWKKN LAtVIiR STJ! KT ANT STKAHNS AVENUrl Phone KEllog 3-4114. 1950 Bj'ck Sedife Grove Street, Oakland. Interment, Red lands, Calif. HANSELL In Hayward.
December 8. DEATHS Warner of Mobridge, South Dakota, Albert, Louis, Otto and George Warner and Mrs. Frances McDonald, all of Oakland; loving grandfather of 14 grandchildren; loving brother of Henry Warner of Minnesota and Bill Warner of Michigan. A native of Minnesota. -Friends are invited to attend services from the new mortuary of C.
F. Bannon, 6800 East 14th Street, Oakland, O'l Monday afternoon, December 8, 1952 at 3 o'clock. Interment: Evergreen Cemetery. (For further Information please call TRinidad 2-1011.) 1952. Ellen L.
Hansell. beloved wife of RADKE In Oakland, December 5, 1952 IN THK C1TV OF OAKLAND. CAI- the late Harry F. Hansell; loving mother I ffi HMA. AS DKS'.
IliBF.D IN Adolf Radke, beloved husband of Julia Radke; loving father of Albert Radke of Mrs. Irene Connor, Harry G. and RKSOI.fTTON Or INTENTION NO Elvan A. Hansell and the late Mrs. Vesta E.
Hodgson; grandmother of Heater, dir.afi-w. 1-r t'p rr.oeit'-.t l- par. T-a'Ies jefff'. for rr r-. Ire-r gate O'-r rvii uuocary pay-rr I an before buy.
Dick Anderson Motors 3043 Ercadevay day and Monday; southerly gales witn gusts up to 75 mph; little change in temperature; high Sunday 48-54, low Sunday night 44-50. Baa Joaqeln Valley Rain Sunday and Monday with heavy amounts; strong southerly wind; little change in temperature; high Sunday 50-57, low Sunday night 45-52. NOTICK ia hereby arlTen that the nmrt for the Improvement of seven grandchildren and great grand and Mrs. Elsie Hayden of Oakland. Friends are invited to attend the services at the East Oakland Chapel of Grant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 14th Street, Oakland.
Monday, December 8. 1952, at 10 o'clock a.m. (Funeral Vh Annui between Lawlor Street mother of 8 great grandchildren; a native of California. A past matron and ABBOTT-In a San Francisco hospital December 5. 1832.
Jack B. Abbott of 35 Stevenson Drive. Walnut Creek, beloved husband of Dorothy Abbott, loving father of Jack and Susan Abbott, both of Walnut Creek; dear son of Mrs. Mabel Abbott of Concord, dear brother of Mrs. Nahldane McFarland and Mrs.
Malvlne Evans, both of Concord and Cyril and Milton Abbott. and ftearna Avenue. In the of member of Rohnerville Chapter No. 76 ikiand. California, aa described In O.E.S.
of Fortuna. California, and a cf Intention No. member of the Hayward Methodist parking in adjoining garage.) Inurnment private. S. hai heen recorded In WAGNER Of 3328 Elm Street, Oakland, California, December 6, 1952, Lulu D.
Wagner, loving sister of May J. Blasing-ame of Hollywood, California; Anne S. Mayer of Antioch, and Elm B. Jernigan of Oakland; a native of Arkansas; aged 71 years. Little Rock, Arkansas papers please copy.
Church. office and that all sums assessed are due and payable Immediately llflA AUTOJ WAITED Friends are Invited to attend the RICHARDS In Oakland, December 4 Salinas Valley Rain Sunday and Monday with heavy amounts; strong southerly wind; little change in temperature; high Sunday 53-59, low Sunday night, 43-52. Santa Clara Valley Rain Sunday and Monday with heavy amounts; southerly gales Sunday: little change in tempera both of Walnut Creek; a native of services at the Garden Chapel of the and that payment or the said sums must be made to me within thirty Michigan, asred years. A farewell service to which CofrJ'e'fnt. 15S- Walt Kelly A.jcbnes Uraently Needed 1952; Virginia Rose, beloved wife of Henry D.
Richards; loving mother of Henry Lee, Elizabeth Rose, and Cynthia Lee Richards; a native of Albuquerque, New Mexico: aged 44 years; a member A farewell service to which allJ JO ciavs after the date of the first friends are welcome, will be held or this notice, which P. er take en tooiirraeal. Oil of publication date Is the 5th day of December Mondae afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull or mooei. Eart 12th. AH.
of Golden Gate Chapter No. 1 O.E.S. San Francisco. arT rrake R. T-H Son.
1031 TV. c'r 4-4M rrienas are welcome will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull and Sonsi, Adeline Street at Ashby Station, Berkeley. Concluding prayer Mountain View Cemetery. and Sons i Cypress and Locust Streets All assessments less than Dollars (S25.no) not paid before Friends are respectfully invited to Walnut Creek. Concluding prayer ABSOLUTE price irr can can.
Alamo Cemetery, tr.a expiration or aaid thirty (30) Pratt-Flierl Mortuary. 1044 Street, Hayward, Monday, December 8, 1952, at 2 o'clock p.m. Closing services Mountain View Crematorium. HbUSTON At her home, 1273 Laurel Lane, Lafayette, December 5, 1952, Katherine F. Houston, beloved mother of Mrs.
Winifred Stanley of Lafayette, Mrs. Dorothy Byron of Walnut Creek, Mrs. Ethel Frolsland of Oakland, Everett Houston of Marysville, and Donald Houston of Los Angeles. A native of Pennsylvania, aged 81 years. Services will be held Monday -morning.
December 8. 1952. at 10 o'clock. days shall become delinquent and ABREC Of Mil Wentvorth Avenue attend funeral services Monday December 8, at 10:30 a.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N.
Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue; inter ture; high Sunday 62-57; low Sunday night 45-51. Livermore Valley Rain Sunday and Monday with heavy amounts; southerly gales Sunday; little change in temperature. Monterey Bay Area Rain Sunday and Monday with heavy amounts; southerly wind 30-50 mph; little change in temperature; high Sunday 54-59; low Sunday night 46-51. Ft. Brace and Vicinity Heavy rain WARREN In Oakland.
December 4. we rreet or beat any bid. waas firtloa'i O-jt-cf-'ata cars eared. Al Q-ilntal. that thereupon five (a) ner cent of Oakland.
December 5. 1952; Bella An drade. beloved wife of Ernest Abreu the amount of each assessment will Ship Arrivals Ancj Departures ARRIVED IS BAY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4 PACIFIC. RELIANCJE. Heavley.
from irvl EJt Hth Street; LO ckhaven bt ded thereto ment Evergreen Cemetery; phone KE 1- loving daughter of Mr. Antone Finte of All assessments of Twenty-five log 3-4114. Portugal: loving sister of Joseph, Frank 1952, John Dale Warren, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Warren of San Lorenzo, loving grandson of Mrs.
Anna Albarran of Hollister, Mr. and Mrs. John Warren of Kansas; a native of Hollister, aged 3 years. Friends are invited to attend funeral ROSS Of 231 10th Street, in Oakland, and Pedro Finte: loving sister-in-law December 5, 1952, Rose, loving mother of James. John and Louis Abreu; lov A A O.d or jur.a car, iruca crap pir.g.
wreckirg. 117 Jo-S. Anytime LA ndscape t-iC. Bona fide wrecker rrrt Sunday decreasing Monday; soutneriy of Lawrence and James Cruz, Mrs. ing daughter-in-law of Mr.
and Mrs. i-jarhinff HO mnh at times Sunday: Dolores Herman and Mrs. June Tibbets; services Tuesday. December 9, 1952. at; lltUe change in temperature.
9 o'clock a.m. from the Hayward Mor- ra, Sundav Manuel Abreu; loving cousin of France lina RodriKues and Vera Motta; i native of Funchal Madeira, Portugal loving sister of Frank and Jack Miller, Mrs. Lorena Rose ayd Mrs. Mamie Dol-ars or over. If not paid on or before ssid date will thereupon sro to bond In accordance with Resolution of Intention No.
231 CM S. and will be payable in ten (10) equal annual Installments, with interest at flv (5) per cent per annum CHARLES A. RF.ED Superintendent of Streets and Ex-officio Cltr Engineer of the Cltr o' Oakland. No. 3 OS Dec.e 6 (6t) tuary, 297 Castro Street, thence to St.
and Monday with heavy amounts; south aged 45 years; a member of LC.D.S in the Chapel of Memories, Howe and Mather, Oakland. Friends may call until Monday morning at 9, at the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull and Sonsl, Cypress and Locust Streets, Walnut Creek. LAFERRIEBE In Napa, December 5, 1952; Rene J. Laferriere, aged 63 years, a native of San Francisco; beloved 71st Avenue. Oakland.
John's Church. San Lorenzo, where the Mass of the Angels will be said for the repose of his soul commencing at Francis; loving mother-in-law of Mrs. Josephine Cruz. Mrs. Evelyri Crup: and Mrv William Tibbetts; loving grandmother of Lawrence, James and John Cruz and Nancy Rose Tibbetts.
A native Al-L can fir clean to lSjJ's. Kerr and Pe-r berton. 290 Eart 14th, Sj, Ieirdro eetwood -Ml. ALTOiiOBlLE wanted immediately; c.ean. late model preferred.
KI llog 1-1 14J4 Eart 14tn Street, days. AS o.d wora rir, ciean coupe preferred. KE Kog 4-OJTO; TE mplebar I-7s; 9:30 a.m.; recitation of the Rosary, Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of P. Bannon, 6800 Eart 14th Street, Oakland on Tuesday morning December 9 at 9:30. thence to St.
Bernard's Church Monday at 8 to clock p.m. Interment, of Alameda, California; aged 52 years Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. (Hollister and a member of the Laundry Workers paper please copy.) NOTICF; BIDS FOR ALTERA- Angles: 5:10 pm1; Fulness Wlthey Co DECEMBER 8 TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED, Galnev. from' Gavinta; 1:55 am; Associated Oil Co rAvconi. CATAWBA FORD.
Olson, from Ventura; 5:30 'ait): Thnrniey A- Pitt PRESIDENT Mf KINI.EY, Sweetser, from Otaru; 5:50 am; American President Line (Pier SOAl. HEREDIA, Bnrnhnlt. from Puerto An 6.05 am; United 1 ruit Co Pier. 601. NORWICH VICTORY, Lee.
from Los Angeled: am; Balfour Guthrie A Co (Army Basel. WILLAM H. CARRUTH, from Orient; am: General SS Crrp (Army Basel. 'TTONS TO BOW AND BELL. RES WOODS In Oakland.
December 4. 1952. TAURANT BUILDING AT THE for a Requiem High Mass commencing at 10 o'clock; interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery: recitation of the Rosary Monday evening at 8 o'clock. (For further Information please call TR lnl- Glenn H. Woods, cousin of Mrs.
Albert erly gales; little change in temperature; high Sunday and low Sunday night at Santa Rosa 55-46; Napa 55-41; San Jose 55-48; Hollister 56-50. Northwestern Calif ornla-4-Heavy rain Sunday decreasing Mondai'; southerly gales reaching 65 mph at times extreme north and reaching 40-60 mph in gusts elsewhere; little change In temperature; high Sunday 1)0-48, low Sunday night 40-50. NATIONAL, STATE SUMMARIES National Except for stormy weather along the Washington. Oregon and California coasts, tne rest of the Nation was free of heavy precipitation, bnow flurries, however, occurred in the New England state. Temperatures were in.
th. around the Great Lakes region. I FOOT OF BROADWAY. WlH accept The Board of Port Commissioners a er Pa.d For or Not O-jt of La us ears accepted. e-5 i.t.fi Al C.
Lascirettes. 44 J-1M2 Evenings. 2 9 1 1 1 dad 2-1011.) leiegrapn. rfI tr.m i mother of Bern ice Bernard of San Francisco, Mildred Martin of Benicia and Hazel Sibole of San Francisco, loving grandmother of Beverly and Rene Martin of Benicia, loving sister of Ernest Laferriere of Vallejo, Alfred J. Laferriere of Berkeley, Gladys Williams, of Oakland, and Ethel Bartlett of Berkeley.
Rosary will be said on Monday at 8 p.m. at the Treadway Funeral Chapel In Napa. High Mass will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, December 9, at St. John's Catholic Church, Napa at 10 a.m..
Interment, Tulocay Cemetery. NT) US In Oakland. December 8. GL encourt L. Garland.
A former supervisor of music in -the Oakland Public Schools for 28 years Friends are invited to attend services at the Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland. Monday, December 8, 1952, at 10 o'clock ajn. Grant Miller Mortuaries services. I ill receive sealed bids on Monday. 1952.
Lucille A. Andrus. dearly be .1 December 22. 1952, between the loved mother of Capt. Laron C.
Andrus, USAF; a native of Kanaas, aged 63 CAita (or scrappir.g. in 40 and up; quick hours of 2 and 1:00 p.m. for serv.c. wail anT ume. la ixuuin i.
i r.fiA I i.n lu 5" A rs eve-ires. TR Ir.jdad 2-4S31. tBKLL RESTAURANT BUTLDINO years. CHEVRON. C'heseiet.
fiom Portland; 2:25 pm; Standard Oil Co iFirhmondi. from sea: am; U.S. Navy, WRIGHT In Hayward, December 6, AT THE FOOT OF BROADWAY. t'' Oakland California Form of oro- Friends are Invited to attend services Sunday, December 7. 1952.
at 3 o'clock m. at the Mission Chapel of Robinson Brothers Mortuary, 1901 Fruit- owerdne GL encourt noml and affidavit thereon will be CASH foe oeu otder ear prefer Plym- urnished by the undersi srned LEHMAN At her residence, 5762 Clare- vale Avenue, near Foothill Boulevard Union, Local Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from, the new mortuary of C. P. Bannon, 6800 East 14th Street, Oakland on Wednesday morning, December 10 at 8:30, thence to St. Josephs Portuguese Church, Chestnut Street, Oakland for a Solemn Mass of Requiem commencing at 9 o'clock.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Tuesday eyening at 8 o'clock. (For further information please call TR lnidad 2-1011.) RYAN Suddenly in Oakland, December 6, 1952, Frank deloved husband of the late Helen B. Ryan; loving father of Mrs.
Albert Maggini. A native of Oakland, California; a retired Southern Pa-! cific employee. Friends may call at the Mosswood Chapel of Albert Engel and 3630 Telegraph Avenue and 37th Street. (Notice of time of funeral later.) For further information please call OL ym-pic 2-3626. SANTOS Of 1831 Foothill Boulevard, Oakland, December 5, 1952, Guilhermina -Marcos Santos, beloved wife of the late Mathias Santos; loving mother of August, Joseph and John Santos and Mrs.
oj'h 2312 Foothill gratuitously. Plans and specific ISM to 144 Oakland. Reverend William E. Apple-berry officiating. Inurnment, Chapel of CASH for any dean car.
A.N" dover I-W7! the Chimes. (Phone KE Uog 4-3071.) BALL In Oakland. December S. 1952 1952, Robert Wright, beloved husband of Marie Louise Wright; loving father of Mrs. Fauna A.
McMorran, Mrs. Alice Fallavena, Mrs. Helen Sabrero. Mrs. Charlotte Billings, Robert and William Wright and brother of George Wright; grandfather of eight grandchildren; a native of New York; aged 76 years.
A member of Lodge F. and A.M. of New York City. Friends are Invited to attend services at the Garden Chapel of the Pratt-Flierl Mortuary, 1044 Street, Hayward, Monday, December 8, 1952, at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Closing services Californian Crematorium.
FCmO. iiv-iiT sean. ciean, radio, heater, overdrive; private; caan. LO ck-hn -3jr)7 Clarence Robert Ball, beloved father of N. Sj.
C. lOaiilandt. GENERAL E. T. COLLINS.
Randall, from sea; S20 am; ST S. (foit SA1XED FROM S.F. BAY THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4 OLYW1P1A MARU, Irnai. for Japan; 20 pm; Stes Marine Corp.
TIDEWATER, Thompson for Portland; 6:25 pm; Associated Oil Co. SEA FANGER. CaMor, for Coos Bayj SAG pm; Red Stark Line. PELICAN Burns, for Los Ange- 8:15 print States Marine Corp. WASHINGTON.
linger, for Yokohama) 4fj pi; Stales SS Co. FRIDAY, DK I MBf MAR3NE. LEOPARD. Snow, fnr New Ralph. Fred and Robert Ball.
Mrs. W. coodi- lhiuS cars. l-jr4o. any E.
Wilson. Mrs. Mae Frick and PhiUis tions win be furnished on deposit of J10 00 check, wh'ch amount will he refunded providing- plans and speclficatioha are returned within ninety (JO) calendar days after receiving bids. No refund will be made after that date. Specifications will be available In Room 7S on Monday.
December 1952. Certified check In the amount of ten per cent (10) of hid to accompany bid. Bond In full amount of contract to be furnished by successful bidder. Contract time shall beirin on date of written notice from Chief En- Ball; loving brother of Mrs. Katherlne, upper Ohio Valley and in New England, but mild weather predominated in tne Gulf states, central and northern plain, the lower Mississippi Valley and the Ohio Valley.
California Stormy weather has continued in much of Northern California with southerly gales along the coast and heavy rain ana snow in the northern end of the state. Eureka totaled 2.43 inches of rain, while ML Shasta had approximately three feet of new snow. Soda Springs and the Sierras had 15 inches of snow on the ground Saturday momma and It is snowing steadily in the meantime. An intense storm centered about 300 miles north of Washington wiH cause severe winds along the central and northern coast of California today as well as heavy ram over the area. Winds will reach 65 miles per hour in gusts from Cape Mendocino north and wilt range between 4u to 50 miles per hour from Monterey to Cape Mendocino.
Heavy rains will continue tonight, but there will be a general decrease in rain and wind by tomorrow. mont Avenue, Oakland, December 8, 1952, Dicia J. Lehman, dearly beloved mother of Margaret Galbralth of Long Beach, William Thomas Lehman, and Bea Stevens, both of Oakland; Kay Daniel of Denver, Colo; Ruth Macy of Nunn, and Lucille Leavell of Salinas; loving sister of Melissa Driver of Oakland; a native of Missouri; aged 89 years. A farewell service to which all friends are welcome will be held Monday afternoon, December 8, 1932, at 1:30 o'clock In the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Hull Ar Sons), Adeline Street at Ashby Station, Berkeley. Rev.
J. Henry Thomas officiating. Concluding prayer, Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, Colo. Connelly and Mrs. Martha Loberg.
A native of Minnesota: aged 67 years. KE llog -ll after Ji. No. cars. ing uiiiiiea JTte pg up.
LA ndaeape 4-140L t51 Tnllart, Httt ftr tal Time of services later. For further Information call Truman's, HI ghgate Card of Thanks 4-5700. YorJ-. 12:25 am: I.urk-nbarh SS Co. im si 1 ARTEL In Oakland, December 2, 1952, for COASTAL "ADVENTURER, Stenros, HEART ASSOCIATION John Edward, beloved husband of Amona Bartel: loving father of Clay a i Kineer that contract Is in effect and foot, sbower po ftr rk shall ba completed within brtaiaa.
United. SoO FoolhxU. 1X3 ck-1 fnrty.five (45) calendar das-srfrom jdate of said notice. The Board re- ATTRACT1VE alumioam. lft-foo; din- serves th right to reject any and ton L.
Kenneth G. and Earl Bartel. Violet Clenney, Vivian and Floyd Bar ALAMEDA COUNTY Gratefully Acknowledges Memorial gifts toward the fight against heart disease. 2142 Broadway, Oakland. HI ghgate 4-6401 Taooma: 7 a.m Grace Line.
VICTORY, Klltsrh for Hunerne and Seaitle; 9.20-am; United Stages Line. SCHEDULED ARRIVALS Suhjecf to change without notice. St NBAY. I)K( EMllliR 7 LEVENGE In Oakland. December 8.
tel; idolized son of Mrs. Caroline Sheideman of Los Gatos: also leaves ef.e. sleepa I-J; appreciaie. au Bias WESTERN TEMPERATURES D. W.
FROST. Secretarr. Rose Wood; loving grandmother of 5 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren. A native of Porto da Cruz, Madeira, Portugal; aged) 94 years. A member of S.P.R.S.L do Conselho Flor da Patria Number 6.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of C. P. Bannon, 6800 East 14th Street on Tuesday December 9, 1952 at 8:30 o'clock. Thence to St. Anthony's Church ioTfjt Requiem Mass commenc- LA )kunl J-4WV44 High Low High Low Board of Port Commlssionera.
No. Ill- Dec. (St) four grandsons; a native of North Dakota: aged 30 years. Friends are respectfully Invited to 24; Pocatello Albuquerque 35 28 SONOMA from Kobe. 48 3 i NAVAJO- VICTORY from Moll.
House Trailer Bee Jl.f-i.1 e--Jara bulTt Wust sell equity i week Make osier. Richards. LO ck-Ken -TT4 attend funeral services Monday, De 45 I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for all the lovely flowers and kind deeds. Special thanks to Reverend Appleberry for the lovely sermon and consoling words. MRS.
HELEN WARNER 1952, Violet Lorraine, beloved wife of the late Qnslow Levinge, loving mother of Shirley Jean Levinge, sister of Thelma Petersen and the late Hazel Ingham. A native of Stockton, California. A member of Corita Chapter No. 115, O.E.S. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend funeral services Tuesday, December 9, 1952.
at 1:30 p.m., at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue, phone KEllog 3-4114. 48 5o 52 59 42 ROBtN MOWBRAY from New York, 19 Piesr 50C. 45 PRESIDENT JACKSON from Whlttier, 39 Onllanfl Army Tixne. 39 CALIFORNIA BEAR from.
Columbia Rivifr. Ennnal Terminal, Alameda NOTICE BIDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OK A PIPE SEWER WITH APPURTENANCES, IN PORTIONS OF FREDERICK STREET AND KENNEDY STREET FROM FREDERICK STREET TO FORD will iiuvSI trailer In good cood.uon. 29 65 42 59 51 bj 56 54 36 40 trd acreage weD located Bear school: Cietrac tractor, plow disc. Route 1. t-UA Cnncord 471 43 62 5d 'p a.
BUILDER from Columbia River. Bakersfield Blue Canyon Blythe Boise Cheyenne Coalinga Denver El Paso Eureka Fresno Grand Junct, Havre Hfelena Hetch Htchy Indio Thrmi 1ST RKET IN THE CITT OF OAK- 54 42 wikoraR from Iis AnBeles. Howaid I. 4 J-J T- L.A L), LALIMIIt.MA. Lt- i no.
5 pjid oer g7, wsu discount this tr ar 4-5 '4. See rt at 1400 San Pablo, 55 45 Tenjninal. fz SCHEDULED DEPARTURES 55 35 I Subject! to 'change without notice. 39 SUNDAY! DECK P.I.R 7 MITCHELL In Alameda. December 4, bids or proposals In hia office In tha Cite Hail at ane time orir, to 38, Portland 23 Red Bluff 38: Reno 26 Sacto Apt.
33! Salinas 261 Salt Lake San Dgo Apt. 45i San Jose 33S. F. City 13 S. F.
Apt. 21 Santa Barbra HiSanta Maria Zyt, Rosa 3a Seattle 17 sheridan 41 Spokane 49 Stockton 47; Sunnyvale 32! Susanville 1 36 Williams 35 Yuma 1952, William Mitchell, beloved husband of Edith Mitchell, loving father of Oliver and Lowell A. Mitchell, brother of Robert Mitchell; a native of ih. hour of 12 JO o'clock p.m. on iwtwLX r.Je uif.
Xi (eel. sepe the 14th day of December, rem redecorated: Shdy Hin For the Construction of a Pipe Trsi er Cn-jrt oo Highway 4 and 24. Sewer with Appurtenances. In Pors a itlons of Frederick Street and Ken 0 FAIRjSLE for Yokohama, Pier 17. 22 TR A WINDS for Yokohama.
Pier 45A. 32 CONfEST for Punan. Pier 43 A. 38 I FAIRPORT for San Juan, Pier 47. cember 8, 1952.
at the Eart Oakland Seventh Day AdvenUst Church. 85th Avenue and Foothill Boulevard at 1 p.m. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may call at the FruitvaJe chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Frjitvale Avenue, Oakland, until 11 a.m.
Monday (Phone KE llog 3-4114.) Lodl papers please copy. BARTHELL In Berkeley. December 1952: Nell C. Barthell of 256 Stanford Avenue. Berkeley, beloved wife of the late Russell W.
Barthell of Seattle, Washington; loving mother of Russell W. Barthell of Berkeley; loving grandmother of Roger Barthell of Berkeley. A native of Louisville. Kentucky, age 78 years. A member of the Pal gram Congregational Church of Seattle, Psivate family services will be held at the Berkeley Hills Chapel (Page and Oderi 1602 Shattuck Avenue at Cedar, Berkeley, Monday, December 8, 1952.
at Auckland, New Zealand; a member of 69 38 57 60 61 30" Lander Las Vegas L. A. City L. A. Apt.
Medford Mt. Shasta Needles 40, BUILDER for San Juan, i'ler ZI. -tp 28 nedy Street from Frederick Street to Ford Street In the City of Oakland. California. Specifications will 63 be furntshed by the Engineering 17 40 28 36 i sx lew.
1 bedroom; priced in Many clrert. tXt Bp; 17 Psb'iet. Ei Cerrtt hwAlVlAS7la iiJ ii-(X. tuo. soower.
I etra. Hut sTTCO cjuity; take $::. Harnaoo. Ii33 Hespenaa. a I.c-e-ro I the Bohemian Club.
Private funeral services will be held Monday, December 8 at 1:30 o'clock p.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue; entombment Mountain View Mausoleum; contributions to the Shrine Hospital In San Francisco for Crippled Children will be greatly appreciated. Phone KE llog 3-4114. Oakland Apt.
64 Paso Robles 54 Phoenix 63 31! EASTERN TEMPERATURES Oaklandcr Guilty Of; Necktie Killing AtJBURN, Dec. 6. Harlo E. Oakland saleshnan, was convicted of second degree mur- High Low High Low Atlanta 64 36' New Orleans 69 Department upon deposit of 5.00 and blank forms of proposals will be furnished by the City Clerk on application. Price bid shall include all City.
State and Federal taxes. All proposals shall be accompanied bv a check in an amount not less than ten per cent of the aggregate amount of the proposal certified by a responsible bank. RY Craft 1. 15 -i-oot. ectrk: bnkes; re-frtgeratoe.
Sil. eaa be r-m t-xovs MOULIN In San Leandro. December 4, Lcar VrS. See at 4JJ Everett 3 30 m. Reverend Ralph V.
Conrad officiating. Inurnment private. CHENEY In Oakland. December S. 1952.
Boston 48 381 Vew York 45 Brownsville VI North Plate 50 Buffalo 37 31 Okla. City 55 Charleston 67 40! Omaha -45 Chicago 39 26iPensacola 81 Des Moines 45 19 Pittsburgh 33 Detroit 32, Rapid City 55 Fort Worth St. Louis 62 Houston 65 371 ian Antonio 64 43 der jfor the necktie-strangulation X.4 PaSio. Owner S-reet. El rarabie to the order of Chas.
251.01 Virginia 01, m-ar I'on. City Clerk of thesCity of Oi of thesClty of Oak land, which check and the amount 1952, Myrtle S. Moulin, loving sister of Irma Goldenson, beloved grandmother of Velma Niles, great-grandmother of David and Timothy Niles and aunt of Lewis and Randall Goldenson. A native of California, aged 72 years. Friends are invited to attend the services at the East Oakland Chapel of Grant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 14th Street, Oakland.
Monday, December 8, 1952, at 1 o'clock p.m. (Funeral parking in adjoining garage.) Inurn 3o'Cisco Grove last July 12, by County Superior Court Jacksonville bo ohreveport 65 Kansas City 58 31 i Washington 45 TT-l 7 i--(aoi, iavsiory. iMitt. for my equity. JO Cypress twesUrn Lot 21.
Aa- equity for IftjO. SjI month, or cash See at 70 San Pseio Aver-ue. iUn Pbrf. li-k it feet, very good eotidi-tiocL ll3 Via Conejo San Lorenxo. Memphis 63 37, Wichita 51 37 Miami 72 601 Willistort 50 24 Minneapolis 30 201 Honolulu 78 71 Soda Springs, snow -on the ground at a.m..
50 inches. Precipitation: Blue Canyon .44: Eureka 2.43; Los Angeles Citv .04: Los Anseles Alroort .03: Mt. therein specified shall be forfeited and retained by the City of Oakland If the successful bidder fails to execute the contract In the required form and furnish the jonds required. Bond In an amount equal to one-half of the total contract price aa a guarantee for faithful Performance of the contract and a ond in an equal amount to guarantee the payment of all claims for labor and materials furnished to be given by successful bidder. Contract to be entered Into within ten (10) calendar days after award thereof.
Work shall be commenced ment private. MORRISON In Oakland, December Clara Louise Cheney, beloved wife of Lemuel W. Cheney: loving mother of Frank L. Norns of Oakland and J. Eugene Cheney of Santa Rosa; grandmother of Frank L.
Norris Jr. of Osk-land. A native of Oakland, aged 75 years. Private family services were held Saturday, December 6, 1952, at Truman's Chapel. Telegraph Avenue at 30th Street, Oakland.
DEWEY In Oakland. December 1932, Rose L. Dewey, wife of the late William A. Dewey; beloved mother of Elvira V. Heine of San Leandro.
Elsie Severn of Csstro Valley, Walter A. Dewey of Oakland: sister of Susie Taylor and Will Munsinger of Kansas: also survived by 8 grandchildren. 18 greatgrandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. A native of Ohio; aged 90 Shasta, 3.73; Oakland Airport Poca 1952, George Ross Morrison, beloved til TBAllERt FOB RENT tello Portland Red Bluff Sacramento trace; Salinas trace; Ran Diego Airport San Jose trace; San Francisco trace; San Francisco Airport HOUSE traiier: en-pved bachelor; utilities jmi.hed. 12 KLh Avenue.
LO ck- Jur yesterday. Prez, who lived at 237 Athol Avenue, Oakland, will be sentenced December 15 by kludge Lovyell Sparks. Pfrez confessed the slaving to Highway Patrolman William Bunk, but lafrr claimed a mental blackout. Mrs. Culver, a transient farm worker, was found strangled in a clump of trees.
Ones; of her three children, a 4-year-old girl, was crying beside! her when Bunk found her Seattle Spokane Sunnyvale Susanville .05: Williams .23. husband of Jennie Morrison; loving father of Clifford R. and Donald R. Morrison; grandfather of Gary R. and Marsha M.
Morrison; brother of Howard Morrison of Hayward, Donald Morrison of Oakland, Jack Jenette of Santa Cruz, Mrj. Mabel Best of Stockton and Mrs. Charles Fought of Santa Cruz. A native of Santa Cruz, California; aged 58 years. iui.
KX uog eepa i. Precipitation East: Boston Buffalo iwlthin ten (10) calendar davs and 4-444 completed within ninetv (90) work .05: New York trace; Pittsburgh Washington .01. ing days after date of City Auditor's years. A member of Piedmont Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of certificate to the contract. Said work shll be performed In accordance with the specifications therefor adopted November.
28. 1952. and Oakland. Ex-Albany Police Inspector Divorced TRACTORS FOR SALE CATERPILLAR. 18.
bulldozer, good con-ditioo. SIOCO. Inquire Associated Sere-Ice Station, comer East 14th Street and Aven'je tiODGE. Ii0 1-ton tractor. BAB Motors.
1T057 East 14th. filed In the office of the City Clerk. A member of Brooklvn Lodge Number 225 F. and A.M., The Widows and Orphans Aid Association of the Oakland Police Department, The Heath Club, Camaraderie, East Oakland Aerie of Eagles Number 1375 and a retired Oakland Police officer. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend funeral services Monday, De Friends are Invited to attend services Monday, December 8, 1952 at 10 o'clock a.m.
at Truman Chapel, Telegraph Avenue at 30th Street, Oakland (abundant private parking I. Rev. Everett Mont to wmcs reference la hereby ma.de for full details and CHAS. M. DON.
City Clerk. No. 104 -Dec 4 6t) Mrs. Betty Ann Turley, 30, to gomery officiating. Interment: Mt.
SUN, MOON AND TIDE View Cemetery. day held an interlocutory decree of divorce from Robert L. Turley, 34, former Albany police in cember 8, 1952 at 3 o'clock p.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. This spacious central tourtyard loctttd in front e) lie Admin-titration Building is in Mtcerd utlh Mountain View's polity prending ample room for any parking requirements Northern California's Oldest and Most Beautiful Memorial Park CREMATORIUM COLUMBARIUM MAUSOLEUM URN GARDEN CEMETERY Magnificent and most durable structures guarantee permanent resting place for all time.
Off the city streets within a beautiful 200 acre estate. Adequate Endowment Funds assure continual upkeep. Three Memorial Chapels with English Pipe Organs. Unlimited Parking. A Non-Profit Orinhtion fV Outtuit Affiliation NOTICE BIDS FOR RE-LIGHTING MELROSE BRANCH, OAKLAND FREE LIBRARY.
The Board of Library Director of the City of Oakland will receive SCO AIR PLAN ES FOR SALE AERONCA Champion: top overhaul: re hceid good coed1tlnn. Lucerne l-els. 147 fnuu 130: full electric system. EBEE Of 873 24th Street. Oakland.
December 5, 1952. Edward Earl Iber, beloved husband of Rose Eber; loving brother of Harry J. and Bud F. Eber of spector, on the grounds of ex treme cruelty sealed bids at the office of the sec CUNDAY, DECEMBER S-in 7-J2a i se" 4 MoonJ riaei Moon seta 3) rretal prod. radH: never cracked.
Call re tar y. 125 14th Street, Oakland 12. Mrs. Turley told Superior any time prior to the hour of Cooper Mortuaries, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue. Phone KXllof 3-4114.
MORSE In Oakland. December 3. 1952, Clyde V. Morse, beloved husband of Marion D. Morse; dear father of George Maitland Glasgow of Oakland and L.
Ellis Glasgow of Bradford, Pennsylvania. A native of Vermont. Private family services were held Friday. December 5, 1952. (Grant Miller Mortuaries Service.) M.
Hayes, Lucerne 1-47717. or ee at Hayward Airport. Judge O. D. Hamlin Jr.
yesterday that Turley failed to show 1100 LOST New jMoon 1st O'r Full Moon Lat Qrf Dec.a6 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 Dec. 6:02 ftjn. 1131a m.
9 0S p.m. 1:22 a.m. TIDE TABLE San Leandro; uncle of Eber Robinson and Alice Bignami; a native of San Leandro: aged 59 years. Friends are invited to attend services at the new Estudillo Chapel of Santos and Robinson. ISO Estudillo Avenue.
San Leandro Monday, December 8, 1952 at 10:30 a.m. For further Information please call TR tnidad 2-8278. ENGLER Of 3914 Enos Avenue. Oakland. December 4.
1942. Sophie beloved wife of the late Ernest J. Engler. loving mother of Ernest T. Engler and the late John D.
Engler, loving sister of Mrs. Barbara Younk of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; loving grandmother of Barbara Jane Engler, loving aunt of Ensign Thomas De Veau. USN. and Mr. Leo R.
flBCHtl In Berkeley, December 4. DECEMBER 7 TO DFCfMPER 11 Fm. Tuesday. December 38. 1952.
or furnishing all labor and materials required for the completion of re-lighting; the Melrose Branch of the Oakland Free Library according- to apeciflcationa In the office of the secretary. Specifications anu blank forms for blda will be furnished by the secretary of the Board at the ocrve address on application. Price bid shall Include ail State and Federal taxes. All blda ghall be accompanied by a check In aa amount of not less than ten per cent (10) of the aggregate amount of the proposal certified by a responsible bank, payable to the order of Chaa. Imn fftv Va ('if up for dinner on several occasions, stayed away from home at night without explanation, and finally told her he didn't love her.
The wife's recital was under the questioning of Atty. Robert Foley. The court ordered Turley, now a salesman for a Berkeley police equipment company, to pay $50 monthly each for the A Dt ED ALE. brown and black, vtcmity IVwh Amrotte: reward. Lucerne 1-OS72.
brind-e. female. roontha, vicmits Oak iand-Mac Arthur; reward 71 edroont S-e710. BROWN bii.iol. corner 1 in rtnrw, November 2A.
PI edraont S-A457W. CAT; family gnevtng: on La Salle Ave-ntse; large. Uger color; needs medical Reward. PI 3-4 S4 Hj.W. L.W.
W. L.W. 1 1 12a i 5 3 7 15p 6 2 10 2d0 4 8 9 52a 5 8 11 3 8 4 2p 4 6 ll lop 0 Ifla 8 0 2 9 i V)o 4 3 1952, Leo Pircher of 1305 Ordway Street, Berkeley. Dearly beloved husband of Christina M. Pircher, beloved father of Lee Joseph Pircher of Berkeley, loving brother of Herman J.
Pircher of Richmond, Loruls E. and Fred C. Pircher, both of Denver, Colorado. A native of Black Hawk, Colorado, age 10 jrealM l-47p 2 I 7-13p 4 I W. L.
W. it 'ie I) 13 37a 1 6 7 -34a 6 4 2 35p I 3 11 Fnedman; a native of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg; aged 85 and past presi NCsTICE In the above tabulation of the tides the dallv tides are given In the COC KEJL. browmah red. droopy left ere. female; vtcumy Mediord-East 14th: reward.
Lnceme 2-112. LRGAL SOTICR orderi of their occurrence commencing support -of two children, Daniel, Oakland. which check and the rt Eatab. 1863 F. B.
CuOom. General Manager Terminus or Pieomoht Avekus Oaklakb witn tne early morn ins win in bandcolumn TH time a rot he-ltfhts ot tides tn the silver-black. amount therein specified shall be and snaVe. part cocker and i D- cw. nd.vtxu hn, trit Oakland If the successful bidder damage also to be given by the successful bidder.
Contract to be entered Into within twenty (28) days after the award. Work must be completed within abovfe U.S. Coast and Geodetic Surveys table: are given for the foot of Park Street. Alameda. For Fort Point subtract falla to execute the contract In the t24 Gilmnr Drive.
Leandro. San 'erd. SW eetwwid 8-78 40 minutes. twenty (2). calendar day after Th columns ot neirnis rive toe eleva L-iAMQND engagement ruig.
Southern commencement of Job. II I 10, and Janis, 3. A property settlement which was apprdved gave the family home at 1320 Marin Avenue, Albany, to Mrs. Turley. The uncontested action ended a marriage that took place in Reno on March 29, 1941.
4 Pwcifle tram. Mondavi eatlnnutal Board of Li brary Directors ef the II nu II required form and furnish the bonda required. A faithful performance bond for Si of the contract and labor and materials bond for t8 ef the contract to be given by the successful bidder. Certificates of Insurance for public liability and property tion Af each tide In feet above or Deiow the level on Coast Survey chart sound-lns. The numbers are always additive to the chest depth unless preceded by a value.
rrNera) reward. TR tnidad 3-44)19 aVOWU jj DACHSHUND, large red snale. ta 1J5! Su Lorenaa; reward. LA enure 3-trrtt. City of Oakland By PETER T.
C0N1CT, Secretary and Librarian. No. Ill Dee. UU mlnue sign 4-1 tbeis the numbers are WHtm sW trw iisi ksest of subtracted.
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