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2 E-Wed., April 20. 1977 ft Snztlz Cinu YEATHER NATIONAL FORECAST FOR VTO. Af RH -13 1J " JAV- li?VV 8nt V j4076 -r--:-:: YvrT V - fei m .- ikzm t'rCV ' ' .CWCCINUttwisnt 'i;.;to warm stationary occtumd 55l 79K48T85l VONT FRONT F80NI fRONT 536 LXJ anawim t -( EI'CIEA OPARTIYCIOUOY tClOU0Y. . cosii wtSA " I I Wwposi 3; direction V77 Fi " l0WS ND M,0H WAn rj? Z-SOUTHLAND FORECAST . ! -OXilNGELES: Fair today and Thursday with highs today 79 and ZHiiut.day in the mid 70s. ;i,r.iiHES: Sunny today with highs 65 to 70. Water 59. .' . ' ' ;. O.CJSTAINS: Local gusty winds, decreasing today. Fair today and Z i?day with highs today 55 to 65 and Thursday in the 60s. Lows -toriightinthe30sandlow40s. t ,: l-XERNANDO VALLEY; Local gusty winds, decreasing today. j it Coday and Thursday with highs both days In the 80s, . AHtGABRIEL. VALLEY: Local gusty winds, decreasing today. - joday and Thursday with highs both days in the 80s. 2i V16ERN ABDINO-RIVERSIDE: Local gusty winds, decreasing Ss ;5&Fair today and Thursday with highs both days in the 80s. 2 AjJfGE COUNTY: Sunny today with highs 65 to 70. 7 . ; 5-' i r.Jjl AND LOWER DESERTS: Gusty winds, decreasing today. - r4;!tday and Thursday with highs today in the 70s in upper deserts I,- v JOos;!y ia th 80s in lower deserts. About 5 degrees warmer ;" ... PIEG0 COUNTY: Mostly fair today and Thursday. Smog FlrsHtage health advisories ara predicted for today In lh east San Fernan-vauy, west and east San Gabriel Valley and south San Gabriel Valley. Else-t'lHcihere will be light smog and vlsabillty will be 3 to 5 miles throughout. , . & Jig Tuesday's SOUTHERM CALIFORNIA ajtim and minimum tempera-Unc?Yt Southern Calitornla points, as i,-- py-ted to the Los Angeles oftlce of ' ' ! ilional Weather Service, were as i ''"'i .' i , Prcclpl-5 -itln Mln. lallon .? VfvlWgoles . 74 .- ucflge!es Airport .70 t-S-S.-ltir-ld .... v 85 '4 ; srrt)wD3ggolf .... 79 ; rtfltnonl . ... v. 80 i 1 fn&r LeKo , 57 .J Bstiofli , 69 t BiylnS. M 56 54 53 57 45 35 31 64 57 51 56 44 ; 49 36 38 54 42 66 55 ' Cafla.Avaivn ... VCv'.'.or'Clty ,tf! 4,eitro . -'krto -f f -nityoodBorbank "l L KArrowheod ... " i-.'stcr i... ... 74 nsfEeach 7 w vviison .. . - tiewiiOTl Beach -... poririage ........... b . ' ! Htfio . ........ 86 53 .frf'ripring 88 ' 61 -:; t lisjena ........... 78 50 I-lveJd U C 83 t an ftsrnardlno 80 45 r.&abriel , 79 50 .HiHy Ana a...... 82 54 y f-int Barbara ... 73 43 t, - Maria .......... 78 38 ; S -irria Monica 60 ' 54 K51I Hills.. 88 1 63 .. .', Jhsreial 88 53 , 1 " RELATIVE HUMIDITY - j E'MPERATURES A PRECIPITATION OVtK Trial NATION Prec n "?Statlon-Alban .... Max. .. 79 ... 69 ... 41 ... 77 ... 80 Mln. lallon 34 53 35 53 59 50 66 S3 62 38 47 72 53 37 67i 58 58 35 59 60 56 61 57 65 61 38 61 49 39 61 17 39 43 70 . 62 66 St 60 61 61 73 57 52 55 61 71 51 58 46. 52 60 59 52 50 31 45 57 33 54 60 65 69 . 46 63 50 43 49 62 58 itftncnorage .... A AfhpviHe f Atlanta t Aimltjc Cltv ... ." .............. 82 P'tmmore 78 i i rmrngham 84 l'rek ............ 50 ,k 60 ; brownsvllle ....81" x Bmtato ...,80 irllngton, Vt 77 C ' vleston, S.C. ...... 83 it n leston. W.Va. .... 83 llotte, N.C 82 Vt-'cynne 41 c.nicego 74 . tmctnnatl 7? CiEveand 80 iiifnbla, S.C 87 ifnbus. Oh ..i 81 . H$-FI. Worth ..... 81 , ton , 79 T I -1er 44 VI ri Molne 71 ii i-lrntt ... ... 83 Ouiirtn 45 I i Paso 72 , 1 Mt bunks 45 t jrr,a . ............. 51 .rliord ............ 79 Houron 81 Ttnrflanapolls ., 74 J ..'.x.kspn, MS 82 : jcspnville 87 I i 'neu 47 jKikss City , ... 71, , I ilHiRock 78 St.oiMVllle 74 Awmphls 77 Miami Beach 77 A.-i1lnpd-Od8s 77 r.Tiva,ukee .......... 74 I'MniKaSI. Paul :. 69 .v .02 1.96 .16 .55 .".24 . .04 .15 .02 A.N,ifillle 82 "i New.Orlean .... VfJBw Vork 2,Noriotk, va. ..... ' ..rm Platte Onlahoma City .. VOmaha .......... .trnndo -v-.H,5Jclphla ..... Vltiihorgh t. Portland, AAe. .... 84 77 ' , 82 , 53 , 78 . 69 . 84 , 81 , 81 . 58 1 71 . 82 . 47 , 88 . 71 . 84 , 82 , 65 . , 84 , 63 . 77 . 74 . , 76 . 82 ,73 PiyWence , r.jKA!aign . . . ;pptJCIty , P ioTond . VM-ouls . yt JMrbg.-Tampe) . VS3n Antonio 1 St. ). Marie ..... Shraveport ....... uw Fall 'Syracuse ........ i-Jopeka J I ', VWvtiJngton Wt&hda 41 .f, &. CANADIAN STATIONS rvv Preclol V 5ttoi ' Max. Mln. lallon ".C.itflry 41 21 rtdrtianlon 48 27 'Montreal 72 37 Ottawa 75 41 Roglna 50 41 Toronto 68 48 Vancouver .......... 52 37 Winnipeg 54 . 25 REPORTSFORECASTS .11 CONTINUOUS WEATHER BROADCASTS: VHF 162.5S PREPARED IN COOPERATION WITH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE California Forecasts Forecast Temperatures NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY Heavy thunderstorms built across western Texas during the afternoon luesaav prooucing neavy rains, nign winds, hall and numeious tornadoes. total of 12 tornadoes were reported Tuesday afternoon In the vicinity ol the Texas, New Mexico border. Several twisters occurred at the same lime the vlclnlly of Denver City, Texas. Me or aamaae trom lornaaoes was re Dorted in Monahans, Texas about miles southwest of Midland, Texas. hosolla . nursing home and shopping center were hit and at least 50 homes suffered maor damage. Forlunatel1 only minor Injuries were reoorlec Other locally heavy thunderstorms were scattered across western Kansas and eastern Colorado. A twister was reported a e Tuesday afternoon In ex treme southwest Kansas near Liberal. Tornado watches continued Tuesday even no un m dn ant b.s.l. tor large porllon of western Texas, north and south central Texas and portions of both western Oklahoma and eastern New Mexico. Heavy rains which may .... .... .. .. .... .... .... .... .... ,,i. .... .... accompany tnese storms nave prompt cd a flash Hood walch for the already rain soaked areas of southern Texas, f ash flood warning was Issued lor lev eral south central Texas counties. Nearly Vi Inches of rain loll -In 45 mln ules near Poarsall, about 50 miles soulhwesl of San Antonio, Texas. Other showers and thunderstorms stretched trom the Mississippi Valley across Western-Great Lakes region. SUM other thundersnowers were scattered across the Atlantic coast slates from Georgia to Pennsylvania. Golf ball size hall was reported In east central Arkansas near Marvel and In northwest Mississippi near Clarksdale. Quarter site hall fell east of Columbia, SC. Unseasonably warm weather continued Tuesday ai ternoon from the Great Lakes regioni and Ohio River valley into the north .40 ern and central Atlantic coast states. FOREIGN CITIES ; City, Time ; Weather Temp. Aberdeen, I a.m. Cloudy Amsterdam, I a.m. Clear . Ankara, 3 a.m .Clear Antigua, 8 p.m. ....... .Plly cldy .01 A I hem, 2 a.m. ..Clear Auckland, noon .... .......Clear ,, Clear ........Clear .....Cloudy .......Clear Clear Clear Clear .......Clear Rain .Clear .....Cloudy .....Cloudy .......Clear ...Plly cldy Clear Cloudy .......Clear. .....Cloudy .....Cloudy Cloudy .....Cloudy Cloudy Clear Smoke ...Ptly cldy ...Plly cldy .......Clear .......Clear .......Clear .....Cloudy Cloudy ...Ptly cldy . , Clear .......Clear .....Cloudy .....Cloudy Clear Berlin, 1 a.m. ....... Beirut, 2 a.m. ...... Birmingham, I a.m. Bonn, I a.m, ........ Brussels, I a.m. .... .06 .13 Cairo, 2 a.m. ....... Casablanca, mdnl. , Copenhagen, I a.m. .01 uuo in. a.m. ...... Geneva, I a.m. . . . . . Guadalalara ....... Hong Kong, 8 a.m. , Lisbon, mdnl London, 1 a.m Madrid, 1 a.m Malta, 1 a.m Manila, 8 am Mexico City ....... Moscow, 3 a.m, .... New Delhi, 5 a.m. . . Nice, I a.m. Oslo, I a.m Paris, 1 a.m Peking, 8 a.m. ..... Rome, I a.m. ...... Saigon, I a.m. ..... Sooul. 9 a.m, ........ Solla, 2 a.m Stockholm, I a.m, ., Sydney, 10 a.m Taipei, 8 a.m ::i6 .03 .02 reneran, 3a.m. .... Tel Aviv, 2 a.m.'T,,, Tokyo, 9 a.m, ,,, Tunis, I a.m. ....... .56 ".09 Vienna, 1 a.m. ..... Warsaw, I a.m. SOUTH AMERICAN STATIONS Asuncion, 8p.m. .......Plly cldy Buenos Aires, 8 p.m. ...... .Clear Lima, 7 p.m Clear Montevideo, 9 p.m Plly cldy ; Rio de Janeiro, 9 p.m. .....Clear '.3i .36 ':oi Sun, Moon, Tide .06 Q.UA- oo 1 i"w. imt; juu , v ia. May 18 Apr. 16 May 1 May WBDNESDAYf APRIL 2 77 Sun rites 5.16 a.m. sets 6:21 p.m. Moon rises 6:44 a.m. sets 8:43 p.m. hloh Apr low 19 3:41.0.2 20 4:17 0.2 21 4:SI 0.0 22 5:34 0.2 23 4:21 0.4 high 9:53 3.T 10:37 37 11:16 3.4 12:09 3.1 low 3:13 1.3 3:41 1.6 4:06 1.9 4:352.2 5:10 2.5 9.24 9.W5.I .74 10:194.9 10:54 1:22 3.0 11:36 'Denotes p.m. JO, M77 13- EXTENDED FORECAST SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COASTAL AND MOUNTAIN AREAS: Night and morning low clouds coastal sections, otherwise fair and warm through the weekend. Overnight lows In the 50s coastal areas and 35 le 45 mountains. High temperatures near 70 at the beaches and 70s coastal valleys to 80s Intermediate valleys. High tempera lures In the mountains In the 60s. MARINE FORECAST POINT CONCEPTION TO MEXICAN SOROER: Light variable winds this morning becoming westerly 10 to 16 knots this afternoon. Wind waves 1 to 3 feet. Westerly swells 2 te 3 feet. Clear today but some low cloudiness Santa Monlci Bay southward. WESTERN FORECASTS SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: Fair through Thursday. Highs today In the 70s lo mid 80s and Thursday In the 60s near the coast to the 70s Inland. West lo northwest winds 10 to 20 m p h. In the afternoons fodav and Thursday. SIERRA NEVADA: Fair, through Thursday. Slightly warmer days. SANTA MARIA AN LUIS UBliru AREA: Fair through Thursday, Highs lodav In the unoer 60s to low 80s and Thursday In the Ms near the coast lo the 70s Inland. MONTEREY BAY AREA: Fair through Thursday. Highs today In the upper 60s to low 80s and Thursday In the mid 60s to mid 70s. SALINAS VALLEY: Sunny days and fair nights through Thursday. Highs today in tne mia vs to mio avs ana Thursday 60s north lo the mid 80s south. SACRAMENTO VALLEY: Sunny days and fair nights through 1 nursaoy Hlnhs both days in the 80s. MOUNT SHASTA SISKIYOU AREA: Fair through Thursday. Slightly war mer davs. A NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Fair through Thursday, Slightly war mer days. NORTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA: In Fair through Thursday except for low Clouds along ine coast Beginning 19 SO nigni. A LOCAL FORECAST ' BEACH CITIES Station- Max, Mln. Santa Barbara 11 45 Oxnard-Ventura 68 Sla. Monica-El Segundo ... 67 Manhattan-Redondo ...... 67 Long Beach 80 Hunilnglon-Newporl 67 aan iiememe-uccansioe . . av San Olego-Chula Villa 74 COASTAL PLAIN Lompoe 70 ueveny Hiiis-Hoiiywooa ... is , Inglewood-Hawthorne 72 ai Torrance 72 Pasadena-El Monle 83 , Sanla Ana-Anaheim ....... 78 ' INLAND VALLEYS Siml-Thousand Oaks ...... 84 Canoga Park-Norlhrldge .. 85 the van Nuvs-N. Hollywood ....85 Burbonk-Glendale ......... 85 Onlarlo-Pomona 8S Riverside (5 ' San Bernardino 86 - Hemel-San Jacinto 8 : DESERT CITIES Lancasler-Palmdale ?i v Palm Springs 89 Blylhe S7 Vlctorvllte-Apple Valley ... 76 uerstow-uaggeit S3 China Lake-Ridgecresl .... 80 El Cenlro-Brawley ,. 87 , : MOUNTAINS 30 3? 791 Big Bear Lake SS TEMPERATURES i PRECIPITATION OVER THE FAR WEST Preelpl- Max. Mln. lallon .. 59 48 .39 . 53 30 . 55 31 .... . 48 33 .16 . 55 37 .... ,. 56 33 ..05 . 45 26 . 49 ? .... . 7S 59 .... .86 2 .... . 59 33 .... . 82 57 .... .64 ?4 ' .... .81 S3 .... .57 n .... . 74 55 . 55 40 .... . 53 K .... ,. 83 5 .... .88 62 .... Station- Albuquerque Billings Boise Casper Flagstaff Great Falls .... Helena ........ Las Vegas ..... Phoenix , Portland, Ore, . Red Bluff Reno Sacramento .,, Sail Lake City . San Francisco . Seattle Spokane Tucson Yuma NATIONAL WEATHER FORECAST Thunderstorms end ralnshowert be experienced today from the Appalachians across the Ohio River Valley, the Great Lakes region, the Mississippi Valley and the northern and central plains. Ralnihowers will be scattered trom Montana into the central Rockies. Elsewhere, fair or oarllv cloudy skies are expected. It will be unseasonably warm across the lower Great Lakes region and the northern! Atlantic coast states. Cool weather Is forecast from the northern and central Intermounlaln region across the Rockies, the northern and west central: plains and the upper Mississippi Valley. Elsewhere, mild lo warm weather t$ in store. PAN AMERICAN STATIONS Preclol'. Station- : Max. Mln. lallon Acapulce Barbados Bermuda Bogota Guadeloupe Havana Kingston Montego Bay .... Maiatlan Msrlda Monterrey San Juan, P.R. ... SI. Kills St. Thorpes, V.I. .. Tegucigalpa Trinidad Vera Crui (6 71 , 84 ' , 69 . 68 , 90 , 84 . 90 , 86 . 84 , 96 , 86 , 91 , 17 , 85 . 68 , 90 ,90 10 5.3 4. 4.: VITAL RECORDS Funfil AnnouncfwnU ABEBBOOK, Aim, moat pmioiB moincr Aiian A. (tuwn) Abcrbook nd Una (Dave) Kiuf-man; bewved suier of Louts Py-wr. En Makofka of Florida and Eattxr Waaaennan of New York, alio (urrtvtd by 6 grandchildren. Servte 2 pm. V eoneaday, at Mount Sinai Vtemortal Park Chapel Maaal Staai Martaary. In lieu of flowera, family prefer donations to the City of Hope. Cancer Fight- BENNETT, DmiM Barroa, in Mon terey. April in, wri. eeiovea husband of Janet Bennett of San Mateo: loving father of Jill and brother of Howard Bennett of Carson City, Nev aon of Mr. Bettv Winston of Seal Beach. Cal if. A native of Rye. N.V, aged 43 year. Funeral aemwiea will he erm ducted Thursday, April 21, 1977 at 10 am. from Temple Beth El. 1700 Alameda de la Puleas, San Ma teo. interment In Hills of Remit; itv Cemetery, Colma. Calif. Friends may call at the Saelder aad Sulll-vaa F literal Home, 977 S. El Ca- mtno ReaL San Mateo. Wednea- day after 12 noon. Contributions 10 tne unrversiiy ot uenver, uon-ald a Bennett Scholarship Fund, co Lyon s Headquarters, 1875 Trousdale Blvd., Burlingame, Calif. 94010 oreferred. BERNARD, Eleaaer Canitaat Me, tMcha. parsed away Monday, April 18, 1977 In Santa Monica Loving mother of David Bernard: mother-in-law of Phyllis Bernard; erandmother of John Edward. Ashley David. Donna Katheiine and Matthew Evans Bernard: sis. ter'of Elizabeth Webb, Marie Hurley and Catherine Wilson. Memorial service Wednesday. 4 p.m. at Pierce Brother' Santa Monica Chapel. Dr. Alvln Duane Smith of the First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica official-trie. Private Interment In Valhalla Memorial Park. Pierce Brothers' Santa Monica, directors. CAMPBELL, CeornW. service 1 p.m. rnuraaay, at Fierce Brethers-Snyders Soulhwesl Mortuary, 3443 W. Manchester Blvd., Inslewood. - CANFIELD, Marraret E. Forest Lawn-Hollywood Bill CANO. Maria Zavala . Hoeary Wednesday, 8 p.m. and Mass Thursday. 9 am both at Re. aurrecUon Church. Interment In Calvary Cemetery. Velfa-Roalson r irsi freei. directors. CESCA. David A. of Alhambra. Be. loved husband of Adeline; loving tamer 01 uavra b. cesea; grand father of David S. and Timothy J. Cesca; brother of Mrs. Mary A. Wi kerson. Rosary Wednesday 7:30 p.m. l the chapel of the DuBola Funeral Home. 116 N. San Gabriel Blvd. San Gabriel. Mass of Christian Rurlal Thursday. 9 a.m. at All Souls Catholic Church, (Electric and Main Sts., Alhambra). interment In Cavarv Cemetery. CHAVARRIA, Edward M., Sr. Armstrong Family, director COMERCHERO. Soloman Ma new ft Silverman Mortuary CRESSEY, Willie Armstroni r amiiy, airecwrs EPSTEIN, J. Irving Olib.nd-Wlllen Valley . FELLER. Nancy Lee Forest Lawn-Clendale fin no r...l c.t.i.t aaoreo wite 01 bnep; moiner 01 Jerry Levy and JoAnn Fields; grandmother ol Laurie Ann Levy and Arlan Levy; sister of Henrietta Goldshlag and Mary Feldman; dear eister-m-law and aunt. Service Monday at Parkwest Chapel, Manhattan, N.Y. Inter ment in Ml. Lebanon Cemetery Brooklyn, N.Y. Mallaow A Sll verman Mortuary, directors. FINKAL, Laura Silelel Forest Lawn-Covlna Hills FORBES. Barbara K.. oassed awav April lu, mil. cieiovea wiie oi Marsha arehall Forbes; loving mother of Debra Forbes and Scotty Forbes; sister of Richard Lies of Huntlna ton Beach. Mrs. Pat Tllford (Ca roll of Denver. Cok)., Mrs. A. J. Mumet. Jr. (Deanne) and Mrs. Dennis Spranger (Georgia) of HemeLCalf. , Rosary and Mas of Christian Burial Friday, 10 a.m. both at SL Basil rtoman latnonc wnurcn, in termcnt In Resurrection Ceme tery, Donations lo the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. Callanan Mortuanr.dlrectors. FRANK, Rose, beloved mother of rJugene M. f rank and Anne u. Leener; dear grandmother of Hob-in Frank, Bonnie (Mike) VW.H l.I.U II .HM Oj,H.ln nrnwuui, nam uuiii.hi, Craig and Doug Leener; sister of Eva Rosenberg. Service 12 noon Thursday, al Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cha pel. Mount Slnal Mortuary uant, noeiine Shalom Mortuary, directors. RTMENIAN. Bettv M.. eai away April 18, 1977. A native of Fresno, resident ol Pasadena since 1942. survived by husband, seo; sons, Wayne and Dennis; daugh ter, Georgia Runge; 4 grandchild ren. Graveside service 2 c m. Thurs day, April 21, In Mountain View Cemetery. Conducted by Rev. George Mann of the First United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, contributions appreciated to Halgazian College or Gerlmenlan School both In Beirut, co Armenian Missionary Association of America, 140 Forest Ave., Para-mus, N.J. 07652. Ives k Warren 42 Co.. d rectors. GONZALES, Dolores 53 52 S3 Graveside service Wednesda 10 a.m. In Calvary Cemetery. Vel-ea-Roblsan Beverlv. directors. GROSSMAN, Grace B., beloved mother of K. Terry Bright and Myles S. Grossman; devoted sister 49 01 jean n. Lawrence, 1 neooore u., Norman H. and Harold Brlnkrant; also survived bv 3 strandchildren. Service Thursday, 2 p.m., at Hillside Memorial Park Chapel. Gromaa Mortuary, directors. The family would appreciate contributions to the City of Hope, Melville Cold Chanter. , 45 40 GRYSON, John, age of 63 of Garden urove, passect away April 11, ivi i. He Is survived by wife. Patricia; daughter, Barbara Frants: 2 grandchildren, Christy and Alison S3 r ramz; sisters, Mrs. nutn met-stra and Mrs. Wllma Lyons; Drotner, uary uryson; sisiers-in law. Mrs. Alice Grvson and Toma 32 , sine Armstrong. He was a charter member of the Garden Grove Elks Lodge No. 1952 and the Garden Grove Lodge No. 586, F. t A.M. Chapel service and Interment Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Directed b Westminster Memorial Pari IHArlnarv and cartiAlerv. " HOVDEN, SN, Magdalen T., survived by son. jonn a. novoen; oaugnier, Miss Joanne G. Hovden: grand sons, Robert L., Gary J. and Wayne P. Hovden: granddaugh ter, Mrs. Maureen Hicks. Rosary Thursday, 7:30 p.tn. at J.T. Oswald Mortuary.Norlh Hollywood. Funeral Mass Friday, 9 a.m. ai al. unanes unurcn. ILGENSTEIN, Frieda Service Thursday. 1 n.m. at Fierce Brothers' Little Country: utiapei, tubzi victory uivo North Hollywood. JftNFA Rlti.l M.v rierc uretners' Simon Ainam via, uiitvtvioi KAUFMAN, Ruth . tta fit e-au-if Ha? minnow at Silverman marraarv Vlllflff iUI rr1. 1. . k.l.... k... nnnnnnnii, aa-tviiia, vciutcu liua-t band of Tsuchlyo: father or Tom Taket8ugvf, Peter Nobu of Berkeley, Takeshi of San Jose, Mrs. Bettle Yoko Nakadate. Funeral services 7:30 p.m. April 21, al the Union Church of Los Angeles, 405 E. Third SL Fukul Mortuary, directors. will KELLY, Albert Joseph. Sr. beloved nusoana 01 uieanor Teresa Ken . lovinff father of Teresa Marl Remmers. Richard F, and Albert J. Kelly, Jr. -Rosary and Mass at SL Patrick lainoitc vnurcn, ban jose. inter, ment in Gate of Heaven Ceme. tery, Los Altos, Calif. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to the Cancer Society. Gates, Klanler At Gates. Santa Monica. Hlrertnr. KOCHENDORFER, Paul Mount Slnal Mortuary LAGLER, Joanna beloved wife of uavia uagien moiner 01 josepn Van De Kerknove and Rene La-gler; also survived by 1 grandchild. Memorial Rosary Wednesday, 7 p.m. it Pierce Brothers' Hollywood Chapel. Flare Brothers' Hollvwood.dlrectors.. ILEVY, Llllle, beloved mother of Marvin rtoy; loving sister 01 set-ma Meyer. . . Cryptslde service Thursdsy, 2 p.m. at Home of Peace Mausoleum Chapel. Mcllnow 4t Silverman Mortuarv.dlrectors. LINDENBERO, Samuel Mount Slnal Mortuary L0TTERM AN, Bessie Service Wednesday, z pm., II Hollywood Cemetery Chanel. Uremia Mortuary, directors. Death, Fuoerai Amotaricamefttsf LOWM.VV, Cneriee LaRay, MJ, efl loi Areeies; pasted away Apn: 17, im. He a aurvived by he vife. Maiie- Service Wednesday, 130 pm at First CongTf gauonal Church (6th at Commonwealth. L.A.1. In lieu of flower, donauona be made to the Charie LeRoy Lowman Chair of Orthopedic Surgery. Jeb A. Mm raraaiaial Martaaiyioirecl- ln. MU1KCROFT, Har rfERO.NE, Maria. 1. T. Oswald Martaary. S-F. Kit cm I? . J 1 . -1 fE 1T7. Survived by wife, Joyce and children. Beate. Ken, Paul and John. Memorial cervtce 1 D m.. April 21 at Friee-Daalal Morfuary. Prlenda welcome. NOBLE, Floreaee, beloved mother of Iceland w. and Nolan v. Noble also survived by 9 grandchildren and S great-grandchildren. Service II a.m. Friday, at the LilUe Church of the Flower, trorest Lawn-tiierKiaie. Forest Lawa Martuarv O'OOKMAN, Halter r aresi uwa-tiieuate PENDLETON, Rlch.rd beloved n us nana ot uiuan cenoieton; latner or Kichard Pendleton, Jr., Sue Pendleton Phillips and Doug-1.. e n, 7.1. i rV. William D. McCowan; brother of Dorothy Pendleton Reed; also turvlved by 4 grandchildren. Service 12:30 o im Thursday, at the Little Church of the Flower, Forest Lawn-Glendale. rorest Lawn Martuarv ' PICKINGPACK, Bernlee H. Armstreng Family, directors. PIKE, Viola E. Forest Lawn-Glendale ' FOLLAK, Charlotte W. Cromaa Mortuary, directors. DAnurv D...I. i--1 1 oi nwics, num. t-CIvvcu wile ui dvi ruxiney; loving moiner 01 Dale iecmman ana joan weuenoerg; dear sister of Ben Abrama. Bettv Brown and Hilda Green berg; also surviveo Dy o granacnuaren. Graveside service Wednesday, 11 a.m. in Hillside Memorial Park. Gromaa Mortuary, directors. ROOT. Norman E. former secretary. treasurer tor 48 years ot Andrews Hardware and Metal Company. Beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Root; loving brother of Mrs. Elsie Smith of Canada, Mrs. Nellie Snyder of Canada and Geori Root of Canada: also survived I nieces and nephews in Canada and cngiana. -Mara of Christian Rurlal Thurs day, 11 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catho lic cnurcn, iagum tin::, cn- tomhment In Hnlv Cross Mau soleum, Los Angeles. O'Connor Ldguna ttiiia monuary, directors. IY14nHl-4JUUl ROSENBERG, Ana Mount Slnal Martuarv RUTKIN, Mollle R, beloved wife of Morn M. KUtKin; loving moiner of Sydney and Leah Rutkln and wns. Florence uersnon; granu. mother of 6 and great-grandchild ren of 2. Service Wednesday, 12 noon at Mount Slnal Memorial Park Cha pel. Mallnow 4k Silverman Mortuary, directors. SCARIANO, Dan S survived by wife, uoiores m. scariano; Drotner. Franklin A. Scariano: sisters, Mrs. Mary Parrino, Miss Josephine scariano and Mrs. Tina scariano: nieces and nephews. Rosarv Wednesday. 7:30 P.m. and Funeral Mass Thursday, 9:30 a.m. both at SL Charles Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Columban Fathers, ZhOO North Vermont, u Angeles. J. T. Oswald Mortuary iiurui nun 3 wuvu, uiimuik PMivt'inrn L service 1 i:ao a.m. mursaay, ai rierce nrotners' snyaers soum west Mortuary, 3443 W. Manches ter Blvd.. Inelewood. SELDON, Edith Groman-Edea Mortuary SHELDON, Samuel uromaa Mortuary. 0 rectors. SIMONS, Isabel), mother of Arthur, Daniel, cnanes ana ueraiu erandmother of 7: sister of Ber nice Harter, Dorothy Hayden and Joseph Welnthal. Service Wednesday, 11 a.m. at O aaband-W lea Va ev Mor luary, 6948 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuva. Interment In Chicago. 111. In lieu of flowers, donations may be mnrle to the Heart Fund. . SMITH. William D., beloved husband ot jane smitn; tovmg tamer 01 v Inn fathei Virginia J. and Dr. Kobert w, Service Thursday, 2 p.m. at Uf ler-McKlnley's Wilihlre Chapel, South Vermont In lieu flowers, family requests donations to the Wllshlre Presbyterian Church Building Fund. Interment in unrest 1 jawn-i, ipnaaie. SNYDER, George Arthur Stone & Myers, Torrance ST. DENIS, Allaseh Ana J. T. Oswald Mortuary, S.F. STEVENS, Ben W,, passed away April 18. l7T at the age ot 11 survived oy nis loving wne, ia lyan; devoted daughter, Jill Sef ton: 2 Grandchildren and 2 great andchlldren. Always a friend lo Is fellow men. ' In lieu of flowers, please send to your favorite charity. TUBER, Anna, beloved mother of Max ana naroia oanas, mrs. Johanna Spiegel and Mrs. Doree Kasdon: grandmother, great grandmother and great-great erandmother. service weunesoay, 11 a.m. hi Home 01 reace mausoleum na pel. Mallnow & Silverman Mor tiiary,directors. TURK. W. Cvril. beloved husband , the late Dora Turk; loving father! nr Klalne and Havmond ve tman and uerre and Mitchell uoia, also. survived by 2 sisters and a grand children. . - Private services lo be conducted bv Groman Mortuary. wanE z . L. . c jii Ah.ii 10 nnwt vi. ivvircd 0., uicu nin is. 1977 at South Coast community Hospital, South Laguna. He had practiced In Orange county from liuu until tne iwus wnen ne re tired to Laguna Beach. He was i . native of Renfrew. Ontario. Cana da anrt was In the Armv from 1941-1945. He Is survived by his wife, Isabelle S. Wade; son, Robert H. Wade: daughters, Anne T. Haven, Ruth S. Castro and Margaret W. Blades. . - . Private services win oe ne a. lieu of flowers, olease send contri buttons to the American Heart Association or lo the cnarny vour choice. WICHMANN, Walter John Utter-McKloiey's Mission Hills WILLS, Robert A passed away Marcn 20, ttrq in Lincoln, pieo. a resident of Hollywood for 20' years. Survived by wife, Sally children, Amy and Jeff of Lincoln brother, rtlcnard 01 los Angeies. interment n uemerviue. neo. WYCKOr'F. Joseph Visitation Thursday, 10 a.m. to p.m. oravesioe service r rioay, p.m. Inglewood Cemetery-Mo ft 3L luary. directors. (678-12f FUNERAL NOTICES MFNnRAH tnncF No. fiM F M will as semDie 1 tiursaay, IU:JU a.m. si McNeiney's Mortuary, San Pedro to conduct services for our late oroiner. jnsaast a. mills REGGIE POLLACK, W. "tmnMPLt EMMANUEL Of Bey 'Mf'1 ,lv .Hllls announces with pro- louna sorrow, me ueain our member. (w. CYRIL TURK. Service Wed- nesday, . 12 noon at ituisioe Memorial parx. Jftmcral ZDtrectorg!' Armstrono Family I20t SO. HOPE ST. 747-4121 forest lawn Mortuaries TELEPHONE JS4-31JI HOUSE OF HAU 1607 S. Flower SI. , Rl.9 2211 Inglewood Cemetery Mortuary Lew Coit Funerals FAITH FUNERAL PLAN 1213) S4M102 ROSE HILLS MORTUOBV Whittler OXIord 90921 m Evaluation--Transplants Replacement Free Brochure E. B. 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Los Angeles Police Lt Les undertook the inquiry with Postal Service investigators who were able to place orders for movies and magazines with a direct-mail firm in Garden Grove. Working with Orange County sheriffs deputies and Garden Grove officers, the Los Angeles investigators obtained warrants to search a mailing firm operated by Yert in Garden Grove. Searches of Yert's office and up master copies of several films, large numbers of photographs of sexual activity involving children as young as 6 years of age. most of them boys, the names of 10,000 prospective The investigators obtained men in Orange County, leading by Imperial County sheriff s investigators. In addition to the felony conspiracy charge, the two men are facing 12 misdemeanor counts of distributing obscene material. LL Zabel said pornographic currently dominates the market Hp saifi manv of the manufacturers of this kind of material reward their "stars" with trips candy, or with toys. 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