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4CTV Press Democrat, Santa Rota, Calif.. Weather 30 24 300C r t7; A 60' uk At tt"i . I Summary An upper level low pressure area lingered over Nevada Monday. Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms were reported over the northern third of California mainly during the afternoon and early evening. A severe thunderstorm occurred near Napa early Monday evening. Snow fell over the Sierra. Moderate to heavy snow fell at South Lake Tahoe Airport most of the afternoon closing the airport for a brief period. Blowing sand and dust plagued the desert Monday. Wind gusts to near 40 miles per hour were reported. Blowing dust was also noticed near Fresno. Gale force winds again hampered residents of the San Francisco Bay area. Elsewhere over the state skies were clear to partly cloudy. Clouds increased during the afternoon and then decreased again in the late evening. Temperatures Monday afternoon were mostly in the upper 50s and 60s in the coastal sections and upper 60s and 70s in the interior valleys. Readings in the 70s and low 80s were common over the desert. Some 30s and 40s were reported in the northern mountains. High temperatures varied from 33 at South Lake Tahoe to 81 at Thermal and Needles. Mostly fair weather will prevail over the state into Wednesday. Scattered showers will persist today in the northern mountains. Local strong gusty winds will pick up again this afternoon. Slightly warmer temperatures can be expected over much of the state. Extended forecasts Northern California Chance of showers over northern mountains and Sierra Nevada early in period. Otherwise mostly fair except patchy low clouds near the coast nights and mornings. Temperatures averaging slightly below normal. Highs in the mid 50s to low 60s near the coast and in the 70s inland. Lows in the 40s near the coast and in the 40s to low 50s lower elevations inland. Central California Slight chance of showers Sierra Nevada early in period. Otherwise mostly fair except patchy low clouds along the coast nights and mornings. Temperatures averaging slightly below normal. Highs in the 60s near the coast and low 70s to low 80s inland. Lows in the 40s to low 50s lower elevations. Coastal and mountain areas Some night and morning low clouds coastal sec- Burning permits ordered suspended Sonoma County supervisors Monday passed its annual resolution suspending the issuance of permits for open burning of domestic refuse in the unincorporated areas. The burning ban was required by the state Division of Forestry, which because of the drought, is predicting severe fire hazards during the summer. Backyard burning of domestic refuse will be banned from June 6 to Oct. 31. Burning in incincerators will be permitted on designated burn days. Agriculturists may continue open burning on their lands during burn days as designated by the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District. Painter arrested on burglary charges Sheriff's deputies arrested a 19-year-old Santa Rosa painter Friday on charges of burglarizing dwellings and possessing stolen property. Stephen Frederick Hansen, 5337 Huckleberry WSay, was arrested at 5348 Fulton Road and booked in county jail shortly before 7 p.m. Bail was set at (5,000. Man pleads guilty Angel Miranda pleaded guilty in Superior Court Friday to charges he sold heroin to undercover agents Jan. 28, 1976, for 150. Judge John J. Gallagher appointed two psychiatrists to examine the 29-year-old man to determine if he is addicted to drugs and continued to case to June 1 for further action. Man arrested on wife beating charges A 53-year-old retired Santa Rosa man was arrested at his home Friday on felony wife beating charges. William Brian Daily, 1875 Judson Lane, was booked in county jail at 10 p.m. Bail was set at $8,000. I i SEnte 1 1 -i I I f A Vf' l lCsVGElES h' Tuesday. May IT, 1977 Summary "I" tions and windy at times in the mountains otherwise fair. High temperatures mostly in the 70s in the coastal sections and 55 to 65 in the mountains. Lows at night 48 to 58 coastal sections and 30s to low 40s In the mountains. Pollen count POLLEN COUNT: 23. grass pollens, 172 mold spores and 56 rusts and smuts. Regional forecasts Napa and Sonoma Valleys and SanU Rosa Plain: Fair through Wednesday. Slightly warmer days. Northwest winds 10 to 25 miles per hour afternoon and evenings. Santa Rosa 38 74. Point St. George to Point Arena oat 20 miles: Small craft advisory. Wind northwest 15 to 30 knots decreasing to 10 to 20 knots tonight and Wednesday. Seas 3 to 6 feet. Swell northwest 7 to 12 feet. Partly-cloudy through Wednesday. Chance of showers north of Cape Mendocino. San Francisce Bay Area: Fair through Wednesday. Slightly warmer days. Highs in the 60s to low 70s, lows tonight in the 40s to low 50s. Small craft advisory for northwest winds 15 to 30 miles per hour decreasing tonight. San Francisco 60 50 Oakland Airport 64 48 Redwood City 66 46. Northwestern California: Partly-cloudy in the north through Wednesday with a chance of showers north of Cape Mendocino and in high mountains but fan-in the south. Scattered snow showers above about 4000 feet in the north this afternoon. Local strong gusty northwesterly winds decreasing tonight. Slightly warmer days. Fort Bragg 44 57 Ukiah 38 72. , Sacramento Valley and Lower Sacramento Valley: Mostly fair through Wednesday but some cloudiness today with chance of an isolated thundershow-ers this afternoon and evening. Warmer Wednesday. Highs Wednesday in the mid 70s to low 80s, lows tonight in the 40s to low 50s. Winds mostly northwest 10 to 20 miles per hour. Shasta Dam 42 77. Mount Shasta Siskiyou area: Partly cloudy through Wednesday with chance of rain or snow showers during afternoons and evenings mainly at higher elevations. A little warmer days. Mount Shasta City 32 54. SIERRA NEVADA: Partly cloudy through Wednesday with scattered showers of rain or snow today with a few thundershowers. Snow level about 3000 feet in the north and 6000 feet in the south. Temperatures SANTA ROSA - High Monday, 73; low this morning, 39. Rainfall: Season to date, 12.02; this time last year, 14.47; normal, 29.74. PETALUMA High Monday, 64; low this morning, 44. Rainfall: Season to date, 9.95; this time last year, 11.01. UKIAH - High Monday, 64; low this morning, 40. Rainfall: Season to date, 13.85; this time last year, 18.58. LAKEPORT - High Monday, 64; low this morning, 34. Rainfall: Season to date, 12.01; this time last year, 12.15. BODEGA BAY High Monday, 53; low this morning, 46. Clear and windy weather reported at 8 a.m. Weather at the bay subject to sudden change. SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT PACIFIC DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME MAY, 1977 LIGHT F A M BOLO Figures M TIME AND HEIGHT OF HIGH AND LOW WATER ML I TIM ML I Tims ML TIM M. OATLIttHT IAV1NOS TIME HOIKS 7'n14 I fW ,at.ant. yvv -i 2 tU w f r LtGEHD r)' ' A' ,' ' SNOW I 1 I Hi Lea I EST" Tk 17 tit -04 14 4.4 IN II Mlsti Lew We . Lot W IS 1202 SS 843 -OS 1 44 44 1:11 II Th It 12 21 S4 7 11 -0 5 :M 4 4 Ml 17 FX 1 00 5 3 754 -0 5 :U 44 1M II Sa 21 128 5 2 8 33 -0 4 SSS 44 Si7 U Su 22 203 50 912 -0 3 4 41 44 144 It M 23 2 44 4 7 tit 41 S 27 41 WW II Tii 24 3 40 4 5 10 44 01 IMU 1117 17 W 25 4 44 4.2 11 33 0 3 Ml II Uf NH. Urn Htak Th 24 12 34 2 3 6 OS 4 0 12 24 II 7: II F 27 12 40 14 721 31 1 4J IN II St 21 236 01 I 40 111 It 14 II Su 21 33 01 1000 4-2 Ml 14 : 1.1 M 30 411 -01 1103 4S !4S 17 1414 14 Ty 31 SS7 -12 It 4.7 441 11 1141 14 Sunday, May 15 Sunrise 6:00 Sunset 8.12 Monday, May 16 Sunrise 5:59 Sunset 8.13 Tuesday, May 17 Sunrise 5:58 Sunset 8.14 Wednesday, May 18 Sunrise 5:58 Sunset 8.15 Thursday, May 19 Sunrise 5:57 Sunset 8:16 Friday, May 20 Sunrise 5:56 Sunset 8:17 MCEA seeks to intervene in lawsuit P.O. Burtau UKIAH Mendocino County Employees Association has joined a court battle over county job classifications. MCEA filed action to block a suit by the Service Employees International Union (AFL-CIO). SEIU is seeking a change in county worker classifications, charging that Mendocino supervisors failed to follow established personnel policy in adopting job categories last April. SEIU has also petitioned for an election to represent some 150 employes in the county welfare department. Pano Stephens, attorney for MCEA, said SEIU has no authority to challenge the county job system. He said the union is 'interfering" in MCEA's exclusive contract to represent some 600 Mendocino County employes. MCEA has filed a petition to intervene as a third party in the lawsuit. A hearing has been set June 3 in the matter. The SEIU lawsuit, filed by the union's Napa local last month, seeks a broader classification for "human services" employes, including welfare investigators, eligibility workers. Welfare supervisors, clerks, juvenile counselors and mental health nurses. The union has been actively organizing in the welfare department, where some employes are reportedly unhappy with working conditions and the results of salary negotiations by MCEA. Sebastopol cyclist hurt SEBASTOPOL A 17-year-old Sebastopol motorcyclist was listed in stable condition today at Palm Drive Hospital with injuries he received Monday evening in a three-vehicle collision on Highway 12, 600 feet west of Llano Road. Injured in the 5:15 p.m. crash was Bruce R. Espinosa. California Highway Patrol said the accident occurred when a vehicle driven by Jo Ann LoVascio, 23, Fairfax, made a left turn directly into the path of Espinosa's on-coming motorcycle. CHP said LoVascio was looking for the Sonoma County Humane Society's animal shelter and, apparently, wasn't watching traffic. She was cited for not yielding right-of-way. After hitting the LoVascio vehicle, Espinosa and his motorcycle bounced to the right and struck a vehicle driven by Aileen Mary Whitacre. 67, Sebastopol, which was coming out of the driveway of the animal shelter. Man charged with firearm violations P.D. Bureau REDWOOD VALLEY - A 36-year-old Redwood Valley man was charged with felony firearm violations after a dispute in a bar here. Tom Edgton of East Road allegedly-brandished a weapon in Vic's Place here Saturday. He was charged with possessing a stolen weapon, being a convicted, felon in possession of a concealable w eapon and related violations. Deputies said the gun was not fired in the bar altercation. A Laytonville man was charged with felony wife beating following an incident outside the Redwood Empire Club there. Gary Robinson, 25, allegedly struck his wife Ruby, 20, who suffered a possible broken nose. A lft-year-old Covelo man, Carlos Lincoln, was arrested on a Round Valley-Justice Court warrant Saturday. Lincoln faces charges of assault with a deadly-weapon and malicious mischief. George Dyer, a 45-year-old Hopland man, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of lewd and lascivious conduct involving a 5-year-old girl. A second suspect was charged in the rustling of a cow on the Joe Sequeria Ranch near Willits. Robert La Pont, 28,. Antioch, was later released on his own recognizance. Controlled burn bill advances By Staff Writer SACRAMENTO - Legislastion calling for experimental programs of controlled burning on California forest and range-lands was approved by the Assembly Resources, Land Use and Energy Committee. The measure (AB 1006) would require the Department of Forestry to aid landowners in controlled burning of brush and slash material. "This practice not only reduces the forest fire .hazard, but improves range-land, watershed, and fish and wildlife habitat," said the author, Assemblyman Barry Keene, D-Elk. The bill now goes to the Ways and Means Committee. Truck destroyed by fire CLOVERDALE - A 1976 four-wheel-drive pickup truck was destroyed Saturday in a suspected arson. The pickup belonged to Dale Reed, 29085 Old Redwood Highway South. The value is $5,000. Eight Cloverdale firemen answered the call at 12:18 a.m. Saturday. They returned at 12:48 a.m. The fire is under investigation by the State Fire Marshal's office. 4 mmam m i mw -e i mmm, m mmi m ". ? t ?i t . X i i --' ' ' K? '.- . 4 ' ' f 'V . - J- ,, m I,, i f L. ....Lj, ,lf, :. : v;..y . - . . :." . Vs.-9 -. V ii ! : A ''" Jinwin ' 'i w i ii i ' ' " " M f . m ,:,if-mtm imm m f ff-ii iMiw-itii nimni 1 1 imrn-rt-l Jua A SANTA ROSA fireman, standing beneath the burned out frame of the garage door, finishes off the blaze Monday that caused more than $50,000 damage to Lenore Devencenzi's home at 4788 Stonehedge Drive. Firemen today said the fi apparently started in the garage near the heater. The fire started at about i.:30 a.m. and was spread by high winds. Treated for smoke inhalation at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and then sent home for rest was fireman Mark Atteberry. There were no other injuries. Judge ponders way to keep mother of five out of jail Judge John J. Gallagher has found a 32-year-old mother of five in violation of her probation because she admitted to Dep. Probation Officer Shirley Rice she injected heroin about a month before her arrest Feb. 28. Jennie Perez also faces felony charges of possessing stolen property in Sonoma County Municipal Court, but after hearing testimony on that allegation Friday, Judge Gallagher declined to find the woman in violation of her probation on that basis. Defense attorney Robert Carrow, No-vato, called Mrs. Perez to the stand Friday to deny she knew a color television and camera found in her home by Sheriff's Detective Richard Oliver Feb. 25 were stolen. Oliver testified he checked the serial numbers on the items and found the television was stolen from Margaret Moreno's home on Dec. 9, 1975, and the camera stolen in San Francisco Feb. 26, 1976. He said he had gone to Mrs. Perez's home to investigate reports that game cocks were being kept in her garage, but also searched the house because the woman was on probation and is required to allow authorities to search her and her dwelling. He admitted there was a seven-and-a-half-hour time lapse between the time he recorded the serial numbers and returned to confiscate the camera and television at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 25. And Carrow also noted Mrs. Perez was not arrested until three days later. Under further questioning by the de- Man, boy, 11 burglary suspects A 19-year-bld man and an 11-year-old boy were apprehended Friday and charged with burglarizing the residence of Dr. Peter J. Teichman. One was found by a fence and the other in a tree house by deputies shortly after they were notified of the burglary. A deputy heard a noise in the tree house and found Stephen Fredrick Hansen inside and saw the boy by the fence. A number of items reportedly taken from the house including cassette tapes, knives, wine, a wrist watch,, and $135 in cash were in the tree house. Ukiah woman hurt in head-on crash UKIAH A 22-year-old Ukiah woman was seriously hurt Monday in a head-on crash on Highway 101 near Reeves Canyon Road. California Highway Patrol officers said Ernestina Moreno was northbound when she lost control of her car and struck an oncoming vehicle driven by-Warren Henry, 22, Ukiah. Seminars on retirement begin A series of seminars on retirement planning, sponsored by the Sonoma County Council on Aging, will be held each Wednesday for the next five weeks at 7:30 p.m. in the Luther Burbank Room, Great Western Savings and Loan, 835 Fourth Street. Enrollment is $15 per person or $25 per couple. For further information call 525-1142. fense attorney, Detective Oliver said Mrs. Perez made no effort to prevent him searching her home, and made no attempt tc remove the serial numbers from the items or to get rid of them altogether. "Her actions are nqt consistent with guilt," Carrow argued. However, Mrs. Rice testified she observed fresh marks on Mrs. Perez's elbow indicating she had recently injected heroin, and the defendant admitted on the stand she "just shot up that once" while on probation. In ruling Mrs. Perez had violated the terms of her probation, however, Judge Gallagher noted the woman has been involved in the Turning Point drug rehabilitation program and now wants to move out of Sonoma County to avoid her friends and acquaintances who are apparently involved in drug traffic. "I wonder if a change in her environment might not be better" than returning Mrs. Perez to jail or Turning Point, Judge Gallagher suggested. He continued the case to May 26 for a supplemental probation report, asking Mrs. Rice to "look into the possibility of her moving out of the area." Funeral LaSTOVIC In Santa Rosa, May 14, 1977, Lucienne Muriel La Stovic, loving wife of the late Dr. Joseph J. LaStovic, beloved mother of J. Michael LaStovic and Lucienne Michelle LaStovic, both of Santa Rosa, adored daughter of Lucille Gastaldi Fina of Palo Alto, and the late Donald P. Fina, dear sister of Judythe F. Woods of Palo Alto, niece of Mr. and Mrs. John Cechin of Belaire, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gastaldi of Kenosha, Wis., Aunt of Lucienne Vlan Woods and Bryan E. Woods of Palo Alto. A native of Kenosha, Wis. A member of St. Eugene's Cathedral, St. Eugene's Parents Association. In Birmingham, Ala., Officer of the student American Medical Association Auxiliary and past president of the Phi Chi Fraternity Auxiliary. Active in the Women's Auxiliary to the Sonoma County Medical Association and in the Santa Rosa Symphony League. In Kenosha, Wis., active in the Little Theater with the lead in many productions. Friends are invited to attend a mass of Christian Burial to be held at St. Eugenes Cathedral, 2323 Montgomery Dr., Santa Rosa on Weonesday, May IS, at 8 X p.m. Reception for friends will be held following the evening mass. Donations are preferred to the Educational Fund for-Wie LaStovic children in care of P0 Box 2038, Santa Rosa, 95405. LAFFERTY & SMITH COLONIAL -CHAPEL j COOPER In Santa Rosa, May 15, ! and nephews, and a host of friends. A native of California, age 30 years. A member of the First Baptist Church of Santa Rosa. Private family services will be held on Thursday, May 19, 1977, under the direction of Analy Funeral Chapel, Sebastopol. Private inurnment. Donations preferred to the American Cancer Society, Sonoma County Unit, 811 College Ave., Santa, Rosa. ZELLER In Santa Rosa, May 16, 1977, Elsie K. Zeller, beloved wife of the late Robert W. Zeller, loving mother of Frank J. Zeller of Ukilh, Mrs. Anna C Bjomestad of Santa Rosa, also survived by 8 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren. A native of Germany, age 89 years. A life member of the Ladies Consistory Club of Slnta Rosa. Private family services were held at DANIELS CHAPEL OF THE ROSES and private inurnment at Santa Rosa Memorial Park. Family prefers that donations be made to The Masonic Home at Decoto, P.O. BOX 754, Union City, CMifornia, 95497, or your favorite charity. LEGAL 1977, Gerrald L. Cooper, beioved husband of Marsha Cooper of Sebastopol. loving father of Kyle and Garrh Cooper, both of Sebastopol. loving son of Doris Cooper of Sonoma and the late Earnest D Cooper, loving brother of Don Cooper of Sevastopol. Ron Cooper and Jim Cooper, both of Santa Rosa, Rick Cooper of Denver, Colo., Sue Peilandini of Fremont, Calif, and me late Kerrlyn L. Cooper, loving grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Simpson of Santa Rosa, also survived by 28 nieces FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FtU NO. 744-77 The following person is domg business as GAMMA ELECTRONICS at 4435 Ml Home Ranch Ra . Calistoja. CA 94615 Mare Ogoen Haoerman. 88 Ronoa St.. Ron-nert Pai. CA. Ths ousmess is conducted by an mdMd-ual. Stoned Man: 0 Hagermen This stoiwiieiii aits filed itti the county Cwrk of Sonoma County on Mat 4. 1977 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify mat me foregoing s a correct copy ot the onojnal on tile in my office. EUGENE D WILLIAMS. County Clent By v ms R. Jacobs. Oeouty SEAL EXPIRES 123182 426 Put) May 17. 24. 31. June 7. 1977 ij. LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS -NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. MS-T7 The fcowg oe'sons are 3oinq business as Tt-E FOO'PSiNT POESS ;i0? Coccy Artre Sarta "osa CA 9540' 1 Hrvy c lions. 14C7 Com A.e Santa Rosa CA 2 Reoecca Fur ofili Mooetn, Ae. Oa-lano. CA Tnts oosmess ts conducted Oy a general partrrsrHo Sned Nanoi E Lyons staieet as win tne County Cm of Scrota Covin? y Aor 15. CESTlFn7A-10ni nCTITXXtS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT RLE NO. 714-77 The following person s Jomo buanest as OUCH t LOWES CARPET CLEANING at 182 Aran Ave Aennen Park. CA 94928 Cnarws i-evoy Snjoowwd. 182 Allan Ae.. Ronnert Pam. CA. Ths ousmess conducted by an mdwid-ual Signed Oartes L StubWeneKI TNs statement was filed Mn me County Denx ot SONOMA County on Apr 21 1977 CERTlFtCAttON I hereby certify thai the foregoing a correct cooy ot the anginal on file m my office EUGENE D WILLIAMS County CMrk By ttl ms R Jacobs. Deputy SEAL EXPIRES 1231 182 i necv ce-in, tnai ofegxnq s a j otnee EUGENE 0 Williams County Cert 6 s,' Pat Larsao Decuty SEl tPlES 1231-82 3t-uD Ac 2 U, 1 1". i 136 - Pi May 3. 10. 17. 4, 1 . f Obituaries Lucienne LaStovic Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. at St. Eugene's Cathedral for Lucienne Muriel LaStovic, 54, who died in her Santa Rosa home Saturday. Mrs. LaStovic was a native of Wisconsin. She lived 12 years in California and nine in Santa Rosa. She was a member of St. Eugene's parish and Parents Association; an officer in the American Medical Association Auxiliary in Alabama; and a member of the Sonoma County Medical Association and Santa Rosa Symphony. She is survived by her son and daughter, J. Michael LaStovic and Lucienne Michelle LaStovic, both of Santa Rosa: her mother, Lucille Gastaldi Fina, and her sister, Judythe F. Woods, both of Palo Alto; and aunts and uncles. A reception will follow Mass. Donations are preferred to the Education Fund for the LaStovic children in care of Box 2038, Santa Rosa. Lafferty and Smith was in charge of arrangements. Eisie teller Private family services and inurnment have been held at Santa Rosa Memorial Park for Elsie K. Zeller, 89, Santa Rosa, who died in a local convalescent hospital Monday. Mrs. Zeller was a native of Germany and lived 77 years in California, 62 in Sonoma County. She formerly operated a dry cleaners. She was a life member of the Ladies Consistory Club of Santa Rosa. She is survived by her son and daughter, Frank J. Zeller, Ukiah, and Mrs. Anna C. Bjomestad, Santa Rosa, and by eight grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Donations may be made to The Masonic Home at Decoto, Box 754, Union City, or a favorite charity. Walter Dakin Services have been held at the Chapel of Calvary Catholic Cemetery for Walter E. Dakin, 70, Santa Rosa, who died in a local hospital Friday. Dakin, a native of Soquel, lived 65 years in Sonoma County. He was salesman for the Roseland Paint Center and a member of St. Rose Catholic Church. He is survived by his son, Walter S. Dakin, Felton, and a brother and sister. Jack D. Dakin, Santa Rosa, and Elma Goodman, Geyserville. Private interment was at Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were made by Eggen and Lance Mortuary. Injured motorcyclist in satisfactory condition FREESTONE A 29-year-old Santa Rosa man was listed in satisfactory condition today at Community Hospital of Sonoma County with injuries he received early Monday morning in a motorcycle crash on Bohemian Highway, one-half mile north of Freestone Flat Road. California Highway Patrol said James W. Brewer Jr. was driving north on Bohemian Highway when he lost control on a curve, drifted to the left, went in the ditch and side-swiped a power pole. Brewer was taken to Palm Drive Hospital for emergency treatment following the 6:20 a.m. crash and later transferred to Community Hospital. Notices DAKIN In Santa Rosa, May 13, 1977, Waiter E. Dakin, loving husband of the late Mary G. Dakin, beloved father of Walter S. "Steve" Dakin of Fetton, CaW., brother of Jack D. Dakin of Santo Rosa, and Elma Goodman of Geyserville. A member of St. Rose Catholic Church. A native of Soquel, Calif., age 70 years. Family services were hetd on Monday, May 16, 1977, at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of Calvary Catholic Cemetery. Private interment. Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements under me direction of EGGEN & LANCE MORTUARY. MAOARANG In Slnta Rosa, May 13, 1977. Louis A. Madarang dearly beloved husband of Loreta Madarang of Santa Rosa, adored fattier of Louis Madarang, Jr., Loretta Ann, Don, Alan and Doris all of Santa Rosa, a native of the Phillippines. A veteran of World War II. A Mass of Christian Burilt was held from Resurrection Catholic Church on Tuesday, May 17, at 10:00 a.m. Interment, Calvary Catholic Cemetery. The rosary was recited on Monday evening, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. from THE NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE RCTtTtOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FtU NO. 7-77 The foiioynng persons are doing business as BILL 4 RUTH S ENTERPRISES at 2711A GuemeviHe Rd.. Santa Rosa. CA 96401: 1. William James Gay. Sr . 2711 A Quemevtie Rd.. Santa Rosa. CA. 2 Ruth Fhjdencaen Gay. 2711A GuemevHle Rd, Santa Rosa. CA Ths business e conducted by a general partnersnip. Signed William J Gay. Sr This statement was tiled xth the County Clem ot SONOMA County on May I 1S77. CRT1BCAnON I hereby certify that the foregoing, is correct copy ot tne ongmal on file m a office EUGENE O WILLIAMS. County CAM By v Ins R. Jacobs. Deputy SEAL EXPIRES 1231 375-Pub Mey 10. 17, 24. 31. 1977 . 4- FKTTTfOUS SUSHfESS NAME STATEMENT FMJ1NO. rt-77 The following person a dang busmen as RAINTREE REATLY at 684 Lantteia Cenier. Same Rosa. CA 9S40I : Cnenea Wavne Aoamsoa 36'8 Buagraas Lrv. Sam Rosa. CA. Ths business conducted by an mdxoV uai Signed Charles Wayne Adamson Tms statement was trtsd wth the Courty Cieni at SONOMA County on Apr. 29. 1977 ctrnCATioN I henoy cemy that the foregoing correct copy at the ongnel an ims n j orhce EUGENE O WILLIAMS. County CM By 'V Pat Lamduwne. Deouw SEAL EXPIRES W91fa 3J!Puo May 3. 10. 4 0, 17. J4, laVI 4-it f

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