1 fr'r' wr" i'V 1 4 ' 1 4 I t , i ii COLLIER RETIRES AFTER 26 YEARS ON STATE BOARD 4 John W. Lynch, Leslie S. Collier, John B. Event Leslie W. Collier Retires From Equalization Post John W. Lynch, chairman of the state Board of Equalization, today announced the retirement of Leslie S. Collier, district supervising auditor for Evans, district tax administra tor. He is an Eastbay resident and attended the University of California Lynch also announced that ) Joseph F. Roberts, supervis the Oakland district, after 26 ing auditor for Alameda Coun-years employment with the' ty. would assume Collier's po-board. siiion and that Stanley N. Collier had spent the last 19 Saltzstine would take Roberts' years working with John B. job. Independent U.C Pa pet-May Give Up BERKELEY, Nov, ,5-The Independent California, University of California student off-campus newspaper, will have la. cease publication un less 1.000 yearly subscriptions are sold by Monday. The paper gave this report in yesterday's edition. That issue also editorially blasted the university administration lor "retreating behind a protective position of indifference" in the current controversy. " Editor Dan Silver and his editorial staff resigned from the Daily Californian to start the Independent Oct. 25 after a stalemate with the A.S.U.C. executive committee. Silver's contingent held a new A.S.U.C. ruling wquld give it all control over the student paper. Silver's editorial said that the present Daily Cal controversy is a good example of the university's "abdicating its re- sponsihilities to stand for in tellectual values." "We are, as students, dis mayed that the university can tolerate a compulsory news paper of the poor quality of the present Daily Cal" the ed itonal said, a new stait was recruited when Silver and his group Jeft. The Silver group will spend the weekend soliciting sub scriptions. . Man Guilty in San Leandro Embezzlement Ree E. Montgomery, 34, for mer accountant for a San Le andro trucking firm, faces sentenccin Superior Court on two counts of grand theft and one count of'forgery following a plea yesterday before Judge C. Stanley Wood. Montgomery, who lives at Chapel Ave., San Leandro, is charged with , embezzlement of $56,000 over a three year period, the arm named in the complaint was the OK Trucking Company,, at ,1900 Williams St., San Leandro. Montgomery pleaded guilty to the charges yesterday after a motion was made by deputy district attorney Clayton Da Vega to dismiss other charges Montgomery, father of six children, was arrested last September, following invest gauon by Oakland police in spector Lester King. Construction - - .. Of Safeway Store Begins Construction has begun on a $209,000. Safeway' Store . at Claremont Ave. and Clifton St. in Oakland, The 18,468 square foot store is being leased by Safeway from Eugene Falaschi, who has awarded a contract to Williams and Burrows of Bel mont for construction of the building. v Completion is expected in five months. The store, at 3354 uaremont Ave., will be 154x108 feet, ! plus lobby, refuse room and; loading dock. Parking will be available for 105 cars. Construction will be tilt-up concrete wall panels finished in exposed aggregate; and the structure will have an arched roof supported by glue-laminated wood beams finished in natural stain. f It will have 389 lineal feet of refrigerated display cases, and the most modern fixtures. An innovation is the use of a vertical air cushion cold air shot downward to protect the contents of the combination dairy and beverage display case, in lieu oi the usual door. Architecture is in charge of Wurster, Bernardi and Em mons of San Francisco. The property originally was c c u p i e d by Independent Brewing Company, which be gan operation in 1908. it was, from 1923 until last year, oc cupied by Keva Mattress Com pany. r I 1 " , , - I i Wife-Slayer Asks For Swift Hearing WALNUT CREEK, Nov. 5 Bill Ray Boyd, Martinez carpenter charged with slay ing his estranged wife here Thursday night, lost out yesterday in his insistence that a preliminary hearing be held immediately. that Boyd was brought back into court so soon only because of his own insistence and an apparent desire "to get things over with." Boyd allegedly followed nis wife. May 32, into a garage at the home of her parents at 2412 Walnut Blvd. Thursday Municipal Judge Betsy Fitztft evening, and attempted a rec Gerald Rahn, whoHiad ar raigned Boyd shortly before noon yesterday on the murder Charge, then found him back in court at 4 p.m., overruled Boyd's expressed desire to continue without an attorney and appointed Don Campbell to represent him. HEARING NOV. 15 She set the hearing date for Nov. 15 Hair Loss Normal After Childbirth CHICAGO A Chicago phy sician says mothers normally lose hair after childbirth. Pregnancy hinders the nat ural loss of dead hair, but after the baby is born the hair loss increases. Fleeing Holdup Suspect Arrested Police said Williams admit ted he had pretended to be armed and forced Mrs. Nahie Aazzal. proprietor of the store to give him $300. The money was- found in Williams pos session, police said. A holdup man was arrested less than 10 minutes after he robbed a liquor store at 535 Scott St. in San Francisco last night. Officers arrested Leo Wil liams. 26. of 126 Howth St San Francisco,. when they saw him running tnrough Alamo Square from the scene of the robbery. Central Figure In Lewd Books Probe Dietr- FRESNO, Nov. 5-Matthew Meehan, one of four Fresno men indicted by the Alameda County Grand Jury last month on lewd book charges, died Thursday night in a local hos Dital of a heart seizure. He was 49. Meehan suffered a heart attack earlier this week and was taken to St. Agnes Hos pital. Alameda County Dist. Any Frank Co a k ley had described Meehan as a "key figure" in a lengthy investiga tion which was climaxed by the indictments. Meehan was free on bail and he was scheduled to ap pear later this month for arraignment. The publisher was president of West Coast News Co. and circulation manager of the Mid-Tower Publishing Co. The firms published three books which the grand Jury found pornographic. Other Fresno men under indictment are Sanford E. Aday, Mid-Tower president; Wallace de Ortega Maxey, its general manager and Jack A. Lindsay, associate editor. onciliation of their recent di vorce. FIRED FOUR TIMES That failing he fired four .38 caliber bullets into her, police said Boyd, readily discussing the shooting with Walnut Creek police officers yesterday, said he loved his wife and children but their separation had con tinued-to prey on his mind, Boyd had waived appoinfcJwhen-she would not come back ment of an attorney at his arraignment'" earlier in the day, then, at his insistence, officers brought him back here from the county jail later in the day to proceed with the preliminary hearing. Annarentlv remorseful. Bovd told the court at his second appearance the same day: 'I don't want to try to justify this thing I have done. Declining to hear any testi mony yesterday, Judge Rahn told Bovd. "In a matter this serious I feel you should be represented by counsel in the interests of justice lor Dotn yourself and the court SLIGHT DELAY The appointment of counsel for Boyd, and some slight delay; also was urged by, Deputy Dist. Atty. Dick Kocitweu. City police officers who made the. arrest also expressed ap provaL They said, privately toThim He said when he met her in the garage at the home of her parents, he fired the first shot point-blank at her face as she cried out, "Oh, Bill nor BLANKED OUT' Asked why he had fired three additional bullets into her body after she fell Boyd said she seemed to be gasp ing. I didn't know I fired that many times I guess i sort ot blanked out. Funeral services for Mrs. Boyd will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Hull's Walnut Creek Chapel. The Rev Mel- OBITUARIES Louis H. Kettinger BERKELEY, Nov. 5 - Fu neral services will be held Monday for Louis H. Ketting er, 78, of 3376 Grove "St, pioneer radio broadcaster and first owner of radio station KRE. Mr. Kettinger died unex pectedly at home Thursday. A native of Texas, Mr. Kettinger was ,thefirst man to publicly broadcast a sport ing event in Berkeley the Dempsey-Carpentier heavy weight championship fight, staged at Boyle's Thirty Acres, N.J. on July 4, 1921. The fight was broadcast over a large radio set placed outside the U.C. Battery and Electric Co., a store owned by Mr. Kettinger. Mr. Kettinger was a mem- Oakland Tribune, Saturday, Nov. , $C0 - f D-17 VITAL STATISTICS Licenses Issued.. I D E At H S ANDERSON, Marie November ,- .,, BIRCH, Owed ' Hsysmber 1 ODHOLDT, Peter PtWvtmbr t , FRAZER, James D -November J , 600INO (AUGUST), Memiel-Nov. 4 ' IHALLORAN, BrtdgH November 4 1 HAMBERG. More fv-Nmmktr 1 KOPET, Lawrence lb-November 4 I KETTINGER, Lewis H November LALLEMENT, Henri B-Nevember I i Aurwni nMRiNl James William Land, St, and Mary Anna Cotombini, 47, both KEMP-WATTS Ray Lton Kemp, II, and I jirolyn Elaina Wan. 19, both of Oak-1 eipi fvunfti IINR Fred Robert Field. I 24, of Muskegon, Mich., and Darlana Hogkmd, 20, of Alameda. CADILE-WEIBLEr-Santo Joseph Cadi la, 21, and Rota Lou Weible, 22. both of Castro Valley. . ...... - SANCHEZ-LUGO Robert Herman Sanchez, 20, Albany, and Evelyn Ann Lugo, 16, Heyward. 35. and Paulina Raha Wells. 34, both MANTOVAN, Jaseph November S f n.klimrf I MARTIN. Laa in Mawmbar bakfi, 20, both of Albany iwitn., tee wawmoer a E?P-'SGirMAD'!0fci!imm7 h 52 'ERLET. Stephea E-Wevimbar 4 X' Mri Mid,SOn' RORTER, PArcy-NavMnter 4 de MORIE BLANTON Jacqulne Francille PRITCHETT, Charlet S.. Navamber X deMoire, 26, ano murici jean oiamon, n. hath nf fMkland. snwEN-BROOKiNG Gary Lean Bowen,! 18, and Prances Marie Brooking, 17,1 both ofOakland. . rOLE-tEYVA Henry Albert Cole. 40, and Beverly Arm Leyva, 37, both of I Oakland. " I GOLOSMITH-HANEY Edwin Alexander I GoiOsmith, w, Berkeley, ano trsei i I VERGANO, Pietra November 1 WESTBY, Afcerf E November 4 I nno Hanev. 1. Oakland. SJOB ERG-HUTCH INS Ellis Eaken Sio-I berg, 26, Linda Lou Hutchins, 21, both I or uaxiano. 137S Fraternal Order of Eagles, and the, Holy Names Society of St. Leandar't - Church. Friends are respectfully Invited fa at- ,vl tend the funeral Monday, November 7, leaving at 15 a.m. from the Berkeley Hills Chapel, 100 Shattuck Avenue at Cailar. Arirlw thMva U St. Laandar'a .-r. hfr nf R0fkrid?f Ild?P of fVERGANI-ZAMBONI-GiananoeloVerganl, j Church at SM West Estudillo Avenue. TOr OI .noCJU-iage ungeOl ,and Luisa Zambon 29, both .of, , San Leandro, where a Mass of Requiem . niouinv i I'jvrjnii fifiiiivn kiio i on uwt . tattle -m rusraiayi mp mm rafMta mm ntm IfiUdVlW, WnMBUV WWbMeJU .UiV I , . I4ru I AUft . U.ia. I auaCAab M " w.r.w , Bodies, Aahmes Shrine Tem- and vma June Holland, 54. bom of pie, and the Berkeley Shrine Club. He was also active in Divorces Granted work to assist Cluldren's Hos- IIJTMtoeuTHW decrees prtal and Eastbay Center for lanuZA, Joyce from Theodore tk Rlinrl FOLTON, Norman from Reygene E. . UiC D1H1U. aM-U17A, I illifn A trim IVinxlil I. e.H?if iUiVCd HAWrrrfromM' Earl W. Kettinger of Nevada handy, urjn from Joseph. l City (Nevada County) and one .NsLEY?jJdy im : piu : ' juuu. jack wtmam rrom Lots Ariene HERNANDEZ, Eugenio Reyes troni Petra Sosa - BRADtEY, Doris Imagene. from Bobby Ray .' GRACE, Nellie from David R. YOARRA, Raymond Wfrom Marlene K. COX, Wilbur Jr. from Dallas V. LENSCHMIDT, A r line from Alvbl F. FINAL DECREES ' t LEYBA, Flora R. from Andrew Nash BARBER, Virginia M. from Van D. . LAUNDIS, Charlotte E. from William C. BUCHANAN, Dolores May from Clifford Claude granddaughter. Funeral services will be at I 1 ' p.m. Monday . in Colonial Chapel, 2626 High St., Oakland. Francis Albers Jr. Francis Albers Jr., son of a soul, cemmenctna at 14 a.m. Recitation ef the Rosary Sunday at I p.m. Internment Golden Gate National Cemetery.' LALLEMENT, Heart ., of 1244 135ttl . Avenue, San Leandro, November j, iwo, . beloved son of Rose Lallement; loving brother of Jeanne Russell of San Le andro, and Marie Lallement of Hayward. A native of El Ca(on; aged SS years. A former employee of Hunt's Cannery. Friends are invited to attend services from the new Mortuary of C P. Ban- non. 6800 East 14th Street, Oakland, on Monday afternoon, November 7, at 1:30 Entombment Mountain View Mausoleum. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, 3S4 21st Street, Oakland, would be appreciated. (For furtber Iih formation please call NE MOllj . MANTOVAN, Joseph, in Oakland, No- vember 2, mo, of 2444 25th Avenue, founder of the Albers Milling caires, Gertraud m. from John t. i,in Ctnna nf iha Fuantrplipfll Tii rliorl rihr,il kamnf. I CLEVELAND, Sharlene A. from David H v iu uwv v,. ui tM.Qv..vwibv.) ui.u ui a tvibwai llv"lv I CICHON, Elide H Free Churcn win omciate. rhage in Los Angeles Tuesday. Surviving her are two He was 51. daughters, Lora and Julie; her He is survived by bis moth- iparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd er," Mrs. Frank Albers, and Mcujy; ana a oroiner, wu- two Drotners, Lewis ana Wil liam McCoy, all of walnut liani Albers, all of 3130 Way- Helen from Julius . Theodore LANGSTON, Nadtne C; from William E. SIMPSON, Betty Jane from Glen A. BAGGIE, Donna R. from George L. MARSHALL, Jerry R. from Charles E. dearly -beloved husband of Maria Man- tovan, loving fattier of Mrs. Nives Wil- J liams, Diana, Monty, and Gary Mento-. van; grandfather of Eddie and Donna .; Williams. A native of Italy, aged 72 years. Friends are invited to attend services from the East 14th Street Chapel of. Grant Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East 14tt ' Street. Oakland, Monday, November 7 at e:30 a.m., thence to St, Jar lath's -Church where a Requiem High Mass wtlt be celebrated for the repose of Ms soul -commencing at 10 a.m. Recitation ef the ' Rosary Sunday evening, at 7:34 p.m. Interment St. .Mary's Cemetery. . . MARTIN, Lea Freeman, In Oakland, November 2, mo, beloved husband of Claire Martin of Heyward; loving father Creek. She was a nauve ot side Lane. Walnut Creek: a I anderson. Mane, m Oakland. Novem. "" . Martin ot laiwrwi. DEATHS WhtfaTos QUAKE SAFETY Mitchell Gets Award NEW YORK (LTD The New York Personnel Management Association has presented an award of merit to Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell for outstanding achievement in the field of personnel relations. Submission Of School Plans OKd EMERYVILLE, Nov.. 5 - The Emery . Board of Edu cation has authorized its architects to, submit plans for a new $325,000 Ralph S. Hawley Elementary School to the State Division of Architecture for approval. Bids will be called for as soon as approval is received, the board decided Thursday. The new structure will replace a building which does not meet present earthquake safety standards and will con tain six classrooms, kinder garten, multipurpose room and offices. The project is part of five ' y ear $1 .5 million pro gram to replace old and unsafe buildings in the- district In other action the board: 1 Approved opening cafe' teria service at Hawley School Monday. 2 Purchased a smog-proof incinerator for Emery High School. 3 Authorized attendance of exceptional Emery High stu dents at Oakland Junior Col- ege, part of an academic ac celeration program. Joblessness Increases, Paper Says IX -lA -.. f : : i t - 4. f. : :H' v:4f vJ'-r rJaSP' DOLLS GALORE-Handicapped Goodwill Industries workers are shopping at the annual ' Children's Fair now in progress at 212 Ninth St. Soma 1600 dolls, all repaired by Goodwill iirisans and dressed by Key Women volunteers are on sale at reduced prices. Hours today areffc30 a.m. to 4:30 p.mToys and Christmas decorations are also available. . He Learned The Hard Way -And Twice ASHLAND. Nov. 5Frank Dickinson, 26, was using gas oline to wash out some' over alls in the washroom of his home yesterday at 1626 164th Ave. i Gasoline fumes were ignited by a water heater pilot light and there was a flash explo sion. Frank suffered second and third - degree burns on his hands and arms. He was treated at 'Fairmont Hospital and released. He went home, went into the washroom and, trying to do right, began to rinse the overalls in water to-get the gasoline out. Boom! The same thing hap pened. This time Frank wasn burned but a fire damaged the inside of the washroom. It was controlled by 15 men on two trucks from the Ashland Fire Dept. . Frank gave up on the over alls. U.S. Refinances Portion of Debt WASHINGTON Nov. 54flJPD The Treasury reports successfully refinanced most of the $10.8 billion of the na tional debt coming due on Nov. 15. Holders of $10.3 billion o the debt agreed to - accept new securities offered by the government in exchange, the Treasury said yesterday. The demand for cash came to only S541 million. fUster ."MrsnSernarTIliceTo 2337 North Point, San Francisco, and a third brother, Herman Albers of Chicago. Other survivors include his wife, Juliet, and four daughters, two of .whom, Frances and Phyllis, live at the family home in Los Angeles. The oth er daughters are Mrs. Barbara V lllierme, of Redondo Beach, and Mrs. Ariene Day of Los Angeles. . ' At the time of his death, Mr. Albers was vice president and board member of the Albers ber 3, 1MQ, beloved Sister of Mrs. Ida Lax ot Berxeieyt aunt or cecua Lax Erickson of Vlsalia and Gunner Nyhtnd of Stockholm, Sweeten. A. native of Finland. A member of the Mission Covenant Church of Oakland. Friends are invited to attend services at the Telegreph Avenue Chanel of Grant Miller Mortuaries, 3850 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, Monday, November 7, at 3 a.m. he . George . Boslrom omoanng. (Ample ott-sTreet parking.) inurnment, private. IRCH, Owen, of 455 Lagunitas Avenue, uaxiano, November 3. i960; beloved husband of Alice R. Binchi loving brother-in-law of Mrs. F.- Ktabik of Oakland, Mrs Marie Darling of Sacramento, Joseph Soares of Hayward, Acklan Soares of Coveto; loving uncle of Edith Birch of England, Mrs John Gomes of Oakland, Mrs. Lorraine Archambautt of Castro Valley,Mrs. Joyce Jones of Sacramento, Mrs Harry Troughton of Sacramento and Mrs. A.; Oias of Auburn. -A native ef England. Former secretary treasurer of Boilermakers Local 10, and ' a member of Boilermakers I oral in . Friends are Invited to attend services from the new mortuary of C P. Ban-non, H0 East 14th Street, Oakland on Monday, November 7. at 3 p.m. (For further fnfodmatlon, please call NE 3-1011.) ODHOLDT, Pefer .. In Oakland. No- vemoer z, rm, beloved husband of the late Krlstine S. Bodhoktt; loving father or men t. podnoidt, Axelia B. Rasmus-sen and Alexanda Golden; brother of -brother of -Mr.dstawsci 4rf . Tulsa,, Oklahoma, Mrs. Roberta Moser ef Yatev Oklahoma, and R. J. Martin of Wichita. Kansas; also survived by 1 grandchil- :. dren. A native of Yale, Oklahoma. A member of Lorenzo Ledge No. 70 F. and A.M. : . Friends are Invited to attend services . at the East 14th Street Chapel of Grant -Miller Mortuaries, 2372 East Mth Street, Oaktand Tuesdavr November 1, at 2 p.m. under the auspices, of me Lorenzo Lodge No. 70 F. and A.M. (Ample free parking in adjoining garage). Interment Lone Tree Cemetery. ' MCNAMARE," Francis M., of I43 astr 25th Street, in Oakland. November a.?" 1960, loving husband of Mrs. Yvonne . McNamare; beloved father of Mrs. , Patsy R. Randall of Oakland; devoted'! grandfather of Katheleen, Michael and Steven Kauitarich, Eric and Dennis, Randall, ail of Oakland. A member of the . Butcher's Onion, Local 120. A, native of Missouri; aged 5t years. Private funeral services will be held Monday, November 7, at, 11 a.m., at i the Mission Chapel of Robinson Bros. " Mortuary, 1901 Fruitvale Avenue; near Foothill Boulevard, with the Rev. warren wyrlck officiating. Entombment, -Chapel of Memories. For further information, please phone KE 4-3071. MICK A, Leo t., In San Jose, November 4, io, bektved husband of Hazel Micka of Santa Clara; dear father of Jade Mlcka of Reno, Nevada, George Micka ' of Oakland, William Micka of Fresno, aars. Bene Seville of San Francisco and : WASHINGTON, Nov. 5-W Instead of showing a nor mal October decline, unem ployment increased 200,000 Milling Company division of ast month, the Washington tne uarnation company, los ost reported today.. Angeles. Quoting figures it said are p p CwmaLep , due for official release next ' week, it reported also that ALAMEDA, Nov. 5 - Serv- tho mimhor nf norRnne. at I ices will be held Sundav for work dropped 300,000 from Edward Richard Slaymaker ilZ 1 mTs.'"."' l. .TT. J , September whereas it said a Jr., n, oi 114 Aiameoa Ave., 400,000 gain would be normal a high senior at Alameda High for theueriod. kscnooi wto passea away-yes- . u. . . IA 1 It n 0 1 e d . however, that leraay, auer a long uiness much of the decline came in e is survivea ny nis tatner farm jobs and not in what it and mother, a brother Ralph, caUed the crucial manufac- a sophomore at Alameda High uring sector. Despite the de- and a sister, Kathy Ann, a 7tn cline. it said 67.5 million peo- 8raae siuaent at Maigni scnooi pie- still had jobs to set . a new October record. SOURCE SECRET The Post did not disclose the source of its figures. A and his grandmother. Mrs. George T. Miller. The de ceased was active in Boyi Scouts. Services will ie held at the 1 First Presbyterian Church, Labor Department spokesman Santa Clara Ave. and Chesnut declined comment, saying ne street at 2 p.m. Sunday, had no nersnnal knowledge of I the official figures due for re- Mrs. Isabel Dunlap . ease next weeK. BERKELEY, Nov. 5 Me- Monthly employment fig- morial services will be held ures normally are announced at 3 p.m. tomorrow for Mrs. on the 10th of the following Isabel Dunlap, 91, an Eastbay month--in this case two. days resident for 37 years. after" next week's general -MrsDunlap, whose home election. In the last three was at 2614 Warring St., died election years, however, the yesterday in a Berkeley, hos- Administration has announced pital.. favorable October employ- She was the wife of Albert ment figures in advance of H. Dunlap, a member of a election day. MEANY CHARGE Southern California pioneer family.' , 'Surviving also are .three sons, Stuart of Berkeley, Paul and William of Stockton, and George Meaoy, president of the AFL-CIO, said Thursday f rtn Tiinipf fhic voni" W4c Kainrr ZiSS' ZT ''.rr . u "6 aauiMM. Mrs. Wallace Cox The services will be held at more than 6 per cent of the working force without jobs. The Post report put that figure today at 6.4 per cent, compared with 5.7 per cent in September. That rate, the Post story said, "is the high est level since December. 1958, when the economy was recovering from the last re cession." Reporting that the jobless level has declined in 11 out of the last 13 Octobers, the Post said a decline of 200,000 instead of an increase of that size would have been normal. Divorces Filed GONZALES, Genevieve T. vs. Robert F. MISSKELLEY, Ruth B. vs. William M. Blackwood, sally Y. vs. Ernes! J. (annulment) MILLER,"1 John H. vs. Emma ft. mi LLe K, t-reo J. vs. Elvira SOARES, Fred M. vs. Mabel C -MORGAN, Hiawatha B. vs. Lawrence W. (annulment)- BUCHANAN, Nancy Ann vs. Robert V. St. John's Presbyterian Church with the Rev. James Comfort Smith, pastor, off J- STSTi . - I ..II a 1 in ciaiing. D'Arcy A. Porter "PIEDMONT, Nov. 5-Masonic rites will be "held Monday at 2 p.m. for D'Arcy A. Porter, retired Southern Pacific executive who died at his home yesterday of a heart seizure. He was 89. Mr. Porter was a member of Stanford University's first graduating class and he was one of the oldest active members of the Alumni Association. He was a division engineer for the railroad when he re tired in 1937. A native of Sa linas, Mr. Porter's parents were California pioneers hoktt Jr., Ruth Pardee, Donna Hamilton and Sandra Seiihymer, Also leaves 11 great-granocniidren. A member of Our Saviours Lutheran Church, Pacific Lodge No. Danish Brotherhood, Odin No. I of Oania and the Danish Soldier's Club. A native of Denmark; aged 12 years Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Monday, November 7, at 2 p.m. from the Home Chapet of Andker- Petersen, Fifth Avenue, corner of East 15th Street. Rev. S. Jorgensen and S. Petersen officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. FRAZER, James O., of Orlnda, November 3, 1940, beloved husband of Esther OTTrazer; son of Mrs. J. L.Frazerr brother of John, Robert, William, Walter and Nat Fraztr and Mrs. A. H. Shirley. A native of Georgia. Services this Saturday afternoon, November 5, at 2 o'clock. In the Chapel of Albert Brown Mortuary, 3474 Piedmont Avenue. Oakland; the Rev. Clarence Stacy officiating. Interment Golden Gate National Cemetery. GODINO (AUGUST), MenueJ, ef W5 Clarke Street, November 4. 190, beloved husband of Marian Godino; loving father of Mrs. Barbara Sousa, Joe August and Tony August, all of San Leandro, and Mrs. Mary Faria of Oakland. Also survived by eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A member of San Leandro Council No. 1, U.P.E.C and Echo of Portugal. A native of Portugal; aged 7t years. Friend are invited to attend funeral services from the Estudillo Chapel of the Santos-Robinson Mortuary, 10 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandro, Monday, November 7, at 1:30 jm.i thence to St. Leander'S Church where a Requiem Mass will be celebrated for the repose ef his soul, commencing at f a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday evening at 1:30. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hay-ward. (Parking provided rear of chapel, 1M Callan Avenue.) For further information please call NE 2-1271. ; MALLORANt Bridgie, In Oakland. Novenv 4. wo. beloved wife of the late John Hallorani' -loving mother of Kathleen Dombrink; sister of the late Timothy Fitzgerald and Mrs. Anne Spring itt; devoted mother-in-law - of - William Dombrink. A native Of County Cork, Ireland; aged U years. Friends are tnvtted to attend the fu neral on Monday, November 7 at :30 a.m. from the Eastlawn Chapel of Chris Borba, East 14th Street at 5th Avenue. Oakland, Thence to St. Anthony's Church where a sung Mass of Requiem wilt be offered tor the repose of her soul commencing at 10 a.m. Interment St. Marys Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Sun- m. For further Information call GL 1-4942. HAMBERG, Nora P., In San Leandro, November 1, I960, of 2013 West 137th Avenue, San Leandro, dearly beloved wife of Helmer Hamberg; loving mother of Mrs. Gertrude Wiedman of Livingston, Montanar Mrs. Flossie Gribbir of New Albany, Indiana, Mrs. Milford D. Jarre tt of Gardner, Montana, Mrs. Nellie Nelson of Columbus, Nebraska, Mrs. Louise Thompson 'of Anaconda, Montana, Mrs Betty McMichael of San Leandro, Mrs. Norma Byrd of Helena, Montana. Paul L. Jarrett and Cart Jar- rett Jr. of the U.S. Armed Forces; dear sister of Mrs. Nancy Rank "of Livingston, Montana, and Mrs. Lizzie May of Ellensburg, Washington; also survived by 30 grandchildren. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday, November 7, at 2 p.m., from the Rose Garden Chapel ot the Guerrero and Seramur Mortuary, 407 Estudillo Avenue. San Leandro, with the Rev. Walter Swearington officiating. Interment Chapel of Chimes Cemetery, Hayward. For further- information please call NE S-0&31 KETTINGER, Leu is H., of 3374 .Grove Street, Berkeley, 'November 3, 190, loving tamer of Earl w. Kettinger of father of six grandchildren. A native of f varroii, rawa, ageo n years. - . Funeral services win be held Monday, , November 7, at 1:30 a.m at the Her-- mon R. Smith Funeral Home, 907 Wash- mgton, Santa Clara, Thence to St. Jus--tin's Church for a Requiem Mass com- j meneing at 9 a.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland. Rosary Sunday -evening, t o'clock. PERLEY, Stephen E., In Oakland, November 4, 1960, beloved husband of Josephine Perley; loving father of Mrs." Rosetta C. Holland of Burbank and Mrs. Dekxi L. Pease of Havward: Brand.: father of Stephen W. Pease of Hayward;' : brother of Mrs. H. G. Hauff of Brook. s. South Dakota. A native of Snutn Dakota; aged 77 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from Sorensen Bros. Chapel, 1140 B Street, Hayward, Monday, November 7, at i p.m. Rev. Saul Miller of the' Eden Congregational Church of Hayward ; officiating. Interment Chapel of the, i Chimes Cemetery, Hayward. . t, PORTER, D'Arcy, In Piedmont, Novem. J ber 4. 1960, husband of the late Virginia J I M. Porter; beloved father of Mrs. Peggy -Porter Engiander ' and the tote D'Arcy Allan Porter Jn grandfather of D'Arcy A. Porter III; brother of Mrs. Beatrice Gowrhan. A native, of California. A mem- -ber of Piedmont Lodge 521 Ft AM, -Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies ef Freemasonry, past president of the Pacific ' Railway Club and Oakland Lawn Bowling Ch. , . . . . . Friends are Invited to attend services Monday afternoon, November 7, at I o'clock, in the Chapel of Albert Brown Mortuary, 3476 Piedmont Avenue,. Oak land, under auspices, of Piedmont Lodge, FA AM. , PRITCHETT, Charles S., In San Francisco, November 2,: 1960, brother of Homer A. Pritchett of Seattle, Washington, Ray Pritchett of San Jose, and the late W. T. Pritchett; uncle of Donald-and John Pritchett of Seattle, Washington, Dick and Joyce. Pritchett of San s Jose and Philip H. Pritchett of Brisbane. .A native of Washington. A member of " V.F.W. Post 2727. .'..-i. I Friends are invited to attend services 2 Sunday afternoon, November 4, at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Albert Brown 1 Mortuary, 3176 piedmont Avenue, Oakland. The Rev. Eric H, Lindholm offici- ating. Interment Mountain View Cema-" tery. d . , t VERGANO-, Pietra, In Oakland, November 3, 1960, husband of the late Mary Ver- gano. A native ef Altiano Nafta, Prov-- ince of Alessandria, Italy; aged at years. A member of the Colombo Club. . Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday, November 7, at 9:30 ajn.' from the Mosswood Chapel" ef Albert Engel & Co.. 3630 Telegraph Avenue at 37th Street, thence to Sacred ' Heart Church, where a Mass of Reouiem will be offered for the repose of his soul commencing at 10 a.m. Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday . evening at o'clock. WESTBY, Albert E., In Castro Valley, ' November 4, I960, formerly of ISS Evergreen Avenue, San Leandro, dearly be-loved husband of the late Mattte Wast. '1 by; loving father of Mrs. Beryle. Kuiw ' zelman and Mrs. Maxine Marsh of San . Leandro; dear grandfather of Mrs. Karen ' Koyle of San Leandro, Mrs. JoAnn Cor- nelius ef Oakland, and Judith Cole of - San Leandro; dear brother of Oscar and E. K. Westby and Mrs. Olga wind ef. Spokane, Washington. A native ot Clay- t ton, Washington; aged 67 years. A member of the Modern Woodmen ef th World.-"..-.-. - :.: - Friends are Invited to attend the fti neral Monday, November 7, at to a.m., from the Rose Garden Chapel of the ouerrero ano aeremur morruery, 407 Estudillo Avenue, San Leonora, with thr Rev, H. E. Gordon officiating. Entomb- ' ment Mountain View Mausoleum, Oak- land. For further information please calf NE-, 4632. (Sacramento end Spokane papers please copy.) Nevada City, California; devoted arand-l father ef Barbara Kettinger; dear friend I f l TUL of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cary, Donald CSrU Of 1113 IlKS ai FKiurtFU. inmm u u. rs.ri.. i' I . r . - I and Lewis Cary. A native of Texas; BRASHER, Auo XnCKeged 71 years. A member of Rockridge BAUGHMAN, Lillian 'Irene vs. Paul 1. 1 Piedmont M a S O n i O LodffA I i??8.?!0' M Oakland Scot- BURTON, Hure Lee vs. Phyllis I icuiiiuiil i.vi a 5 u u t c I-AUgc, I ftsn Rite Bodies, Aahmes Temple AnPFUf. Varan uc A nliu. I Cnnftict. T5.'f Dn!n, I AAONMS. Berfcalav Shrin rhih. and v-aouu vWou active tnember el 'the East Bay CentiT and he was oast president of for the Blind. tu.Doi(;.Dn:',. mK friends are respectfully Invited to ABREW. Karen vs. Anton THOMAS. Patricia R. vs. Lucky R. (annulment) SHORT, Denny A. vs. Danita (annulment) HILL, Annette vs. Carl L. San Francisco Deaths BERKOFF (Kruger), Leda BROOIE, James Ronald CAREY, Edith DINNEEN, Daniel EVANS, Matt B. GANTNER. Signe GRAHN, Cornell v GREENBAUM, Ruth . ' HADE RLE, Dr. John A. 1 HAERTEL, Arthur C. McAULIFFE, Elizabeth t. MONTGOMERY, Catherine A. - -. NELSON, Ole . ;.-NICKEL, Anna S.- -RAGGIO. Clayton 9). SEAMAN, RusseH ft. i WEBB, Roy C - Surviv"ors include his daugh ter, Mrs. Peggy Porter Eng iander of Riverside; Conn.; a daughter-in-law; Mrs. D'Arcy A. Porter Jr. and a grandson. D'Arcy A. Porter III, both of I the family home, . 198 Moun tain Blvd.. Funeral services wul be , held from the. Albert Brown i Mortuary, 3476 Piedmont L Ave., Oakland, ALAMEDA COUNT -" T- HEART ASSOCIATION Gratefully ectuwwiedgeo Memorial gifts toward ftie fight against heart disease Memorial gtfH may be melted to elation heatfouarters. 121 East 11th Street, Oakland. HI 4-3564 or pre- attend the urvlras Ahandav.- NiMamhar I 1r at 1 p.m. at the New Colonial Chapel, I sfed of Crocker Angle National 1624 High Street, .Oakland. Services un-1 saw, iw Droaawav. oaa-ane der the 'ausoicaa at BArkriHo laitaal No. 461, F eV AM. (For further Infor-1 CITY OP HOPE gratefully atknowledow-matten please phone KE 4-J4S4.) Me-1 contributions. Bex 47a, Oakland. Tg morials to the East Bav Center for the I e-jen. una, 5433 snattuck Avenue, oekiand, I appreciated, i KOPET, Lawrence R., In Oakland, No- 4, I960, of 137 Linton Street, In Memoriam San Leandro, beloved husband ot Mrs. Lillian .Kopet; loving father ef Adrian I ano jonn kopct; loving son or mrs. Julia Kooef of Prairie du Cheln, Wis consin; brother ef Albert and Helen -Kopet, both ef Prairie du Chain, Wisconsin, end Mrs. Ariene Edwards of Maquo-1 kite. Iowa. A native of Wisconsin; 43 years. A member of Indepi Order of Foresters, Oakland Aerie No. HANSEN, Christina AThose whom we . love go eutief sight, but never out of mind; they are cherished ht the hearts, '-of those they leave behind; loving end " kind fat ell her ways, upright and ust . to the. end ef her days; sincere end rue lh heart endinlnd, ... beautiful innwrio the tetl bthtadL JENS C. HANSEN, JENS C. HANSEN JR.. EMMA DROUET, CLARA FLE WELLING. ALICE MERRITT. J6- v. ,v A. a avai-J. AKA .av "
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