The Times from San Mateo, California on March 11, 1975 · Page 22
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San Mateo, California
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22--Son Moteo THE TIMES Tuesday. Morch 11. 1975 Shirley Ross, Singer, Dies Shirley Ross (Mrs. Bernice Dolan Blum) 62, 2020 Liberty Park, Menlo Park, died Sunday at the M e n l o Park Extended Care H o s p i t a l after a long battle with cancer. Mrs. Blum, who was a popular singer and actress in the thirties was best known for her singing of "Thanks for the Memory." to Bob Hope in Hope's first motion picture. Surviving Mrs. Blum are two sons. John Dolan. Menlo Park, Ross Dolan of San Diego, a daughter, Victoria M. Blum, Pennsylvania and Janice Mahan of Santa Monica. T h e r e a r e also t w o grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted Thursday from the Crippen and Flyhn Woodside Chapel, with interment at Alta Mesa Memorial Park, Palo Alto. Miss Ross starred in several musical films after establishing herself as a vocalist for the Gus Arnheim Orchestra. In 1938 she was cast in "The Big Broadcast of 1938" co-starring Hope. It was in this show that she sang "Thanks for the Memory," one of the great musical numbers of the movies up to that time. It not only made a star out of Miss Ross, but it also launched Hope on a career as a film comedian. For the years of World War II. Miss Ross devoted her time to appearing in USO shows all over the world. She was born Bernice Gaunt in Omaha, Neb., and was married for a time to h e r agent F r a n k D o l a n . Dolan died some years ago. She was attending UCLA when Arnheim discovered her and urged her to try out tor his popular dance orchestra California Forecast o A N F R A N C J b L O bAY A K b A · · V o t t i v f a l ^ t h r o u g h W e d n e s d o v S! : g H Hv wi'rne r Wednesday High;, WC'Cnoiday in uDDO r 50b '0 mid 60s Lows ton.cjht n upper 30s and 40s Low tO"ig^ at San Francisco 46 Oa^itind diT-ocr-f 45 Reci-vcod C.i'y 42 S A C R A M E N T O V A L L E Y - - M o s 1 l y *a i f through Wednesday. Warmer Wr^it-sday H-ghi Wednesday m the 60s Lowi tonight n TI-O 30s *0 rr.a 40s. Lo.v ton'ghf d'td !^q h A'cdnesdav .it Shosm Dd-" 40 61 U.S. WEATHER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS H L PCI. Albany, cloudy 32 74 03 Albuquerque- ra n 60 36 Ar^a-'Ho. cloudy. . . 51 29 Anchorage, cloudy 34 28 Ashevtllo, ra'n... . . . 29 73 48 ...30 .35 . . 32 25 05 .. 32 ?8 31 24 . . 30 25 02 22 .32 5 82 66 · Tt 61 30 54 23 27 42 34 79 35 30 58 BO'se clear Bos'on cfoudy... . Brownsville, cloudy B j*faio. cioudy - . . Charleston, cloudy. Charlotte, rain Chicago, cloudy Cincinnati, cioudy ... Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moincs, cloudy Detroit cloudy Duiuth, cloudy Fairbanks, cloudv Honolulu- clear .. Houston, rain ind'anaoo'is cloudv JacKsonviHe. cloudv jjicau. ra'iv .... Kansas City, ra-i . Las Vegas, r a m . L'ltle ROC*, ra-n ·*·* 39 Los Ai-ge'OS, ra n... 54 45 LO'jiwi'le. ro n . 39 35 Va r Q.uetto. c'oudy . ..26 -4 Ven-phis. cloudy. . . . 47 40 Viamt, cloudv 76 71 M ; :waLHee- cloudy . . 2? 2 1 MD's.-St. Paul, snow . . 25 15 New Ortenav ram. . . . 81 63 Mew York, cioudy 45 33 Ola City, ra.n 37 32 Omaha, cloudy .34 26 Philadelphia, cloudy.. ...42 33 phoenix, rain 61 46 Pit'sBjrgh. cloudy .. . 31 29 Portland, Ore., clea r . . . 51 32 Portland. Me . c'oudy . 31 26 Rapid City, snow 22 18 R'Ch-nond. cloudy 36 33 St LOUIS, cloudy 32 30 Salt Lake, rain 47 36 17 San Diego, rain 59 50 65 San Francisco, cloudy ....52 49 :i Seattle, c'eo r 35 37 Sookane. cloudy 42 27 Tampa, cloudy 79 6! Washington, c'ojdy 38 36 .1* ;HH AND CENTRAL CALIF ' O W N * A - - , V o s t l y talr tonight and vVt'dnesdny. Warn-ier Wednesday. Gale ·.v.'rni'iy on coast Point Arena north and s"",!'! crfi't adv : scrY southward SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA--C'.ear':ng tor;,;ht becoming fair and warmer '.Verlnesday: Guvty n o r t h e r l y winds throJOh N O R T H W E S T E R N C A L I F O R N I A - Y o ' . ' i / f O ' f 'oi'iglit and Wednesday. .'..I'^er Wed"';sday Low Icnignt and i- ; woanesdriv of Fort Bragg 42 f=8 U^.u" 3i 65 O,nc v-ar-r-'-g on coast POI'.' r e ^ . i TM o r t r i and small c r a t t a G v A C r y southard. S A N T A '.'.ASIA S"N LLIS OB'SPO C. O A b T M. "· R E '* - - F a i r t h r o u g h '.ed'H'SOn. A i ' t - c wan-rer Wed"es- any. Huns .vedncsday in ^id 50s to nud 60s. Lows tonight in upper 30s tc ~Vd 40s . V O N T E ' R E Y BAv ARI. : A . - M t - ^ t l y ';i ·- 'iTouij'' .Voc:-i'scay Out cccosionai '. -:s ·.V,i-~v .Voannsd,-),' Hig-ss .·..'.,:'-.'sa.iv ". upper 50s ic mid 60s L:,.'-- iv',!' 1 ''-,-' in tno 40s Lov tor.ignt ol f A L H - I A r , V A L L E Y - - M o s t l y f a i r tiv^.Kjh W o a n o - j d a y but occasional (.lo.,3s Wanner Wednesday. High-, '.Vf^d^csaav i'" upper 50s lo mid 60s I.CAS tcniy-v in lo-v 30s to lew 40s Lov. tontghf and high Wednesday at Salinas 42 63 Pa',0 RODlOi 34 64 .VOUNT SHASTA SlbKIYOU A R E A Mostly fair tonight and Wednesday vvnr-^t.' Wpc-or-day Lo.v «o'' ; vjht at^d '··(;'· v'.'.?d n e':,day -tt Voun- Srasta Oty S l E Z R K A NE; VADA-.s^o-'-t'rs onding ':· ·;'!? V o ' t v 'air woor-c-scay S^cw C v O ' 3000 'o 4003 'cot. Wander WeCros- aav Lota! gusty ivinfls. S A N T A C L A R A V AL LE Y - - M C b ' l y I.IE' nroucj" Wednesday W a r m e r .Vc-dnesdav Hig-"i Wednesday in the 60s L;.vs tcr-:,j'i| in r-,id 30s to -nio 40s Lo-v tonigr-* and nigh Woa-iesday at San Jose 44 M Holiister J5 ^4. L'Vfr.R VORE. V A L L E H Y - - V o s ^ v * a i r " - - · ··;'- V,c;j"osdjy ^';.i r '-c r Wcnnes- d,V,"LCW tc-. : ,-;"t .11 L i v c r " - C ' C 4 3 D i A B L O r.AN RA'/.ON AND f,\OR- A O A v t L L E W - V . c s t v l a - through '.V:?dnescay x'.a'nier v *;ecncsday Lews tomcpt '- Ttid 50s to m d -Os. MIC;!' Wednesday in tho6-s u,cv^ tc"yht at Cc-co'd 43 N A P A A N O SONOMA V A L L E Y S AND S A N T A ROSA PL A I N - - M c s t l y ',-) r 'nrough W c d r - e s d o y W a r m o r - 'vVcdnosdoy Low t o n i g h t and nigh Wednesday dt Sanl.l Rosa 38 65. LOCAL WEATHER TEMPERATURES High Low Rpc-.vood C ty . . . . . . 56 43 So" V.atec 59 45 S.F Airpof .52 47 Air Quality Report -- Redwood Oty, c loan In addition to "The Big Broadcast" Miss Ross starred in "A Song for Julia." "The Merry Widow." "Manhattan Melodrama" p l a y i n g opposite Clark Gable, and "Jail Birds in Paradise." DALE COBB Dale Cobb. 60. technical services supervisor for 23 years with the Schlage Lock Co., San Francisco, died Monday at Mills Memorial Hospital following a short illness. A native of Creston, la., he had lived in this area 15 years, residing at 3988 Branson Drive, San Mateo. Ffe was a member of American Legion Post 82, San Mateo. and of the A.H.C. of Northern California. He is s u r v i v e d by his widow. Mrs. Ruth Cobb of San Mateo. one d a u g h t e r . Miss Celia Cobb of Mountain View; two stepdaughters. Mrs. Mary Lou Faucher and Mrs. Becki Ann MacGregor. both of Leicester. Mass, and a stepson Dean F. Vinlove of San Mateo. Funeral will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Patterson and O'Connell Chapel. San Mateo. Interment will be in Skylawn Memorial Park. ANNA TAYLOR Anna Taylor, of Millbrae. died March 9, in Peninsula Hospital in Burlingame'. after a brief illness. A native of Illinois, she had resided in Millbrae 10 months. She was a member of the Ladies of Woodcraft and also of the Widows and Orphans of the San Francisco Fire Department. Survivors include a son, Henry of San Francisco; a daughter Mrs. Virginia Brislin of Millbrae. and a grandchild. F u n e r a l w i l l b e held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of the Highlands in Millbrae. Interment will be in Olivet Cemetery. SUN MOON AND TIDES Deaths GEORGE PERKINS F u n e r a l w i l l be held Wednesday for George Perkins, 58, of San Bruno, who died March 9 in Peninsula Hospital in Burlingame, following a heart attack. A native Calif ornian.. he had resided in San Bruni 58 years. He was a truck driver fo the Cap Concrete Co. and a member of the Teamsters Union Local No. 216. S u r v i v o r s i n c l u d e t w o sons, Thomas of Minnesota and Michael of San Bruno: a daughter, Cathrine Perkins also of San Bruno, and a grandchild. Services will be held at 10:45 a.m. at the San Bruno Funeral Home. Interment w i l l be in G o l d e n Gate National Cemetery. A L E X A N D E R L I N D E N BALM Funeral services were held today in Colma for Alexander Lindenbaum, of 232 Eaton Road in San Mateo, who died Sunday at Mount Zion Hospital in San Francisco after an illness. He was 68. A native of Hungary, he had lived in this country for 37 years. He headed the Linden Realty Co. in San Mateo until his death. He is survived by his sister, Stella Rakonitz of San Francisco. The family has requested that contributions b* made to the Dr. Henry Kaplan Radium Therapy Fund of Stanford Hospital or the Dr. Ernest Rosenbaum Cancer Research Fund of Mount TUESDAY Sun Rises .. Sun Sets Moon Rises .. Moon Sf-:s.. W E D N E S D A Y 07:28 .19:13 ...06:31 ..18:25 ..07:27 .19. U ...06:58 ...19:21 TIDE TABLES SAN MATEO BRIDGE Make Cemetery Arrangements At Woodlawn In Advance of Need OhM, Cclltami* 7}*-17ir fan Irwclw* OMk*--431-4M* LAWN MEMORIAL PARK A non-profit cemetery for oil faith* Colma, San Mateo County 755 0580 March n .. Marcn 12 .... March 13.... Marcn 14.... March 15.... March 16 .... March '7 March IB.... March 19 . .. March 20 ... March 21 .... March 22.... March 23 ... March 24.... March 25.... March 26.... March 27.... March 28.... March 29.... March 30.... March 31.... Hlfh ..00:37 6.9 12:22 ..01:07 13:00 ..01:30 13:40 . 01:55 14:19 .02:20 15:02 ..02:42 15:48 ..03:14 16:44 ..03:48 17:52 ..04:33 19:08 ..05:32 20:24 ..06:44 21:22 22:12 ,.09:16 22:48 ..10:52 23:29 ..11:24 ..00:04 12:21 .00:42 13:17 . . 0 1 : 1 9 14:12 ..01:58 15:08 ..02:40 16:08 ,.03:23 17:10 7.1 6.9 7.0 7.0 6.8 7.0 6.6 7.1 6.3 7.1 6.1 7.1 S.8 7.1 5.7 7.1 5.7 7.0 5.8 7.0 6.1 7.1 6.5 7.3 6.9 7.4 7.2 7.5 7.6 7.5 7.9 7.4 8.0 7.2 8.0 6.9 7.» 6.6 7.7 6.3 LOW 06 37 19:02 07:12 19:27 07:47 19:56 08:24 20:24 09:01 20:53 09:43 21:25 10:32 22:03 11:27 22:49 12:30 23:54 13:36 01:13 14:41 02:33 15:39 03:44 16:32 04:43 17:19 05:37 18:04 06:28 18:47 07:19 19:26 38:99 20:09 09:01 20:93 09:53 21:3* 10:49 22:30 Dental Plates Dr. D. B. Butch, Dentiit EXTRACTIONS AND IMMEDIATE RESTORATIONS GENERAL DENTISTRY BUDGET PRICES EASY CREDIT TERMS on approved credit for Dental Plates, Partial Plates and Removable Bridges. All credit handled by our office. No outside financing required. Dr. D. B. Busch DENTIST COM in now -- m itfolnfmtttt itoceiwr -- Howl I It 5 New Dental Plates In One Day 12« For anyone short of time . . . in most cases, if you arrive before 10 o'clock, we can ' deliver your plates by 5:00 the same day FAST PLATE REPAIRS: ONE HOUR IN MOST CASES UNION AND OTHER BENEFITS PROCESSED I AMPLE CONVENIENT FREE PARKING I AT REAR ENTRANCE OF OUR OFFICE | 1433 Burlingame Avenue · Burlingame · Phone 343-8916 Thaddeus Corcoran who died March 10 in Trinidad. A native of Ireland, he was the brother of the Rev. Sean Corcoran of St. Gregory's. There are also three other brothers, the Rev. Edward Corcoran of Kenya and Patrick and Francis Corcoran, both of Ireland. ATTILLIO SEMERIA Attillio Semerta, 85. of Pacifica, died March 7 in a convalescent hospital in San Jos«! after an illness. He was a native of San Francisco. Survivors include a son, B e r t i n a l of San Jose: a daughter. Mrs. Marie Bernard of Daly City, and four grandchildren. P r a y e r s a n d b l e s s i n g s were offered today at the Nauman and Lincoln Chapel by the Sea Mortuary in Pacifica. Interment was in Italian Cemetery. ANNA WALSON Anna Walson. 75, of San Bruno, died March 9, in Peninsula Hospital in Burlingame. after an illness. She was a native of Minnesota and had resided in San Bruno three years Survivors include two sons, Richard Rayda ot Wyoming and Donald Walson of Idaho, a daughter. Sally Ann Rathbun of Wyoming: a sister. Rosalie Nortard of San Bruno, and 11 grandchildren. Funeral will be Thursday in Wyoming. R E V . T H A D D E U S COR CORAN A memorial mass will be celebrated at 5 p.m. Thursday at St. Gregory's Church i n ' San Mateo for the Rev. EDWARD L. KERRIGAN Funeral mass for Edward L. Kerrigan, a 20-year veteran of the Burlingame Pol- Catherine's Catholic Church. Kerrigan. 57. 1426 Benito Ave.. Burlingame, spent most of his police career on the night shift, where he said he preferred it. He died suddenly Saturday at Peninsula Hospital. A native of Cambridge, Mass., he was a World War II Navy veteran and had resided in Burlingame the past 25 years. Kerrigan was a member of the Retired Police Officers Association. Survivors include his wife Christal and a daughter. Miss Kathleen Kerrigan of Burlingame. a brother, Vincent of Brockton, Mass. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday atCrosb; -N. Gray Mortuary in Burlingame. Bird Biologist Will Speak Bird relationships between one another will be discussed by Robert M. Stewart. Land Bird Biologist and director of education at the Point Reyes Bird Observatory at the 8 p.m. March 13 meeting of Sequoia Chapter. National Audubon Society at Roosevelt School, Broadway and Vancouver St., Burlingame. Stewart will show slides in his lecture "Breeding Strat- gies of Sierra Birds." at the public meeting, and also discuss bird relationships with their young and techniques of bird identification Martha Trudeau LONDON (AP) -- Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and Prime Minister Harold Wilson are to discuss British-Canadian relations during Trudeau's visit here. MEMPHIS, Tenn. ( A P I Martha Mitchell says she's ice Department wfio retired going to retire from public in 1973. as a sergeant, will be view soon to avoid harass- at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. ment. WEISS - In San Francisco, Mnrch 1C. 1975. Harry S. Weiss, Beloved hus- baid ot Mabel Weiss; loving father ot Ba'Cara Weiss and Arlene ReM. 'ovmg fa'rte r -'n-iaw of Allan Rei+: oevo'ed grandfather ot Devan a n d Snauna Reift. Daniel Koniman and Christie- Gerlac*!: loving brother of Murray Weiss ot West Virginia and Moi'ie GeHen of New York; cousin of Viola and Charles Trillinj: also survived by loving neo h ews, nieces and$ins in New York, and many dear f r i e n d s . A past member of B'nai Brith Unity Chapter. Funeral services tVednesday 11:30 a.rv at Sinai Memorial Chapel, Div- ibidero St. at Geary, San Francisco F'nal resting place at Hills of Eternity Memorial Par-*, Colma, Contribu- t i o n s 10 G o l d e n V i e w C h a p t e r WO'-'-.e-'s American O.R.T . or Jewish Home for t--.e Aged preferred. KERRIAN - In Burlingame, March 8. '975. Edward L. Kerrigan, beloved husband of Christal Kerrigan of Burlingame; devoted father of Kathleen K e r r i g a n of B u r l i n g a m e . dear b'Otner of V i n c e n t K e r r i g a n of Brock'on, Mass. A native of Cambridge, Mass., a resident of Burlingame for the past 25 years He was a Burl'ngame police officer for 20 years. He is a member of the Retired Police Officers Association. A Veteran of WW 11 Funeral s e r v i c e s w i l l be held Thursday, March 13. I 9 7 5 a t ° : 1 5 a m. at the Colonia 1 Mortuary of Crosby-N. Gray Co., 2 Park Road, Buriingame. thence to St. Catherine's Catholic Church, 1310 Bayswa- ;er Ave.. Burlingame. where B Mass ot Cnristiar Boria' will be offered at 10 a.m. The Rosary w - M be recited Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. at the mor'uary chapel. CORCORAN - In Port of Spain. Trinidad. Ma'ch 10. 1975, Pr. Thaddeus Corccran. C S. Sp. brother Of Fr. Sea') Corcoran. C.S. Sp. of St Grego- -ys Catholic Church, San Mateo; Fr Edward Corcoran, C S. Sp. of Mom- oasa. Kenya, Patrick Corcoran of Djbl : n. Ireland and Francis Cor- cc r an of Sligc, Ireland. A native ot Dublin, Ire'and. A Memorial Mass will be said at St Gregory's Catholic Church, San Mateo on Thursday (March 13) at 5 p.m. CO36 -- In San Mateo, March 10, 1975, Diiic Cobb beloved husband of Ru*h Cobb of San Matec, devoted father of V'SS Cciia Cobb of Mt. View; loving j ' o p f a t h e r of Mrs. Mary Lou F a u c h e r and Mrs. Becki Anne MacGregor, both of Leicester, Mass., and Dean F. Vinlove of San Mateo. A native of Creston, Iowa. Member of American Legion, Post No. 82 ot San Mateo and the A. H. C. ot No. Calif. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday. March 12, 1975, at 10 a m at the Patterson O'Connell Chapel by the Wayside, 1311 So. El Camino Real, San Mateo Interment, Skyawn Memorial Park, San Mateo Co DEATH NOTICES PA*ISOTTO r - In Mlllbrw, March j 1974, Geo'ge A. Parlsotto, beiov] husband of Betty Parisolfo; devotj father of Evelyn Parlsotlo, lovll son of Mrs. Katherine Baker; loviii son-in-law of Frank and Julia Car] mucci; loving brother-in-faw Joseph and Margaret Caramucd loving nephew of Speranza Tomtl Rose Cerano, Josephone TombJ Mary Kidd, Angle Johnson and Tr Caruso; a member of Bay Art) Typographical Union No. 21. Friends may cad after* p.m. Ti* day and are Invited to attend tl 'unerai Wednesday. March 12, I 9 30 a.rr from Reiiiy Co.. 2»th arl Doiores Sts . S.F., thence to Sf Paul's Church where a mass Christian Burial will be offered at l| a.m Interment Cypress L« Memorial Park. Rosary 7:30 p.n Donations to Mt. Zion Tumor ln»«l| tufe, 1*00 Divisidero St., S.F. pref f e r r e d Goodwin and Scanne Directors. HARMON - in Burlingame, March Itl 1975. Gladys Marie Harmon, late ol Millbrae, Cailf , devoted wife ol Matthew Joseph Harmon, Sr; lovln mother of Gail Harmon and Marth- Joseph Harmon, Jr., and precec* into eternity by two children, Mar,_ Gean Harmon and Weidon Matthew! Joseph Harmon; a native of Texasl aged 61 years A member of St. Ounl star's Parish, St. Dunstan's Aon-il en's Club and St Dunstan's BlblT Class. L The funeral will 'cave *he Chapel ol the Highlands. El Camino Real r* Millwood Dr.. Millbrae. Thursday L._ 9 40 a m . tt-ence to St Dunstan'sl Catholic Church in Millbrae for al Mass of Christian Burial at 10:001 a.m interment Holy Cross Ceme- \ t e r y . R e c i t a t i o n of the Rosary W e d n e s d a y at 8:00 p.m at the Chapel of the Highlands TAYLOR - In Burlingame, March », [ 1975. Anna Taylor; late of Millbrae I and a longtime former resident of S.F., beloved wile of the late James Taylor; loving mother of Henry Taylor of S F and Mrs. Virginia Bflslln of Millbrae; also survived by one grandchild; a native of Illinois; · member of the Ladles of the Woodcraft and the Widows and Orphans of the S.F.F.D. Funeral services Wednesday at 11 a m at the Chapel of the Highlands, El Camino Real at Millwood Dr., Mi'lbrae interment, olivet Memo* rial Park. ZINK - in Walnut Creek. March 9, 1975, Helen L Zlnk, a resident of Wa'nut Creek, wife of the late Raymond C. Zink. sister of Howard Saunders ol Santa Rosa, Lena N. Been of Pueblo, Colo., and also the late Bernicc Holm, Ethel D'Spaln, and Mary F Stemhardt, aunt of Mary Louise White of Walnut Creek and Wilbur Zink ot San Francisco; sister-in-taw of Mrs. Doris Saunders of Santa Rosa. A native of Colorado; aged 71 years. Recitatiaon of the Rosary in Halls Walnut Creek Chapel, 1139 Saranap Ave., Walnut Creek, Calif., Tuesday, March II at 8 p.m. Services leavlno from Hall's Walnut Creek Chapel Wednesday. March 12 at 10 a.m.. thence to St. Anne's Catholic Church, 1600 Rossmoor Parkway where the Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated, commencing at 10:30 a.m. interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Colme. The family prefers contribu- t i o n s to the American Cancer Society At least don't ou deserve AUTOMATIC JLDISHWASHER Don't you really deserve to free yourself from that three-times-a- day dishwashing drag once and lor all with this-2-speed, 5-cycle Whirlpool automatic dishwasher? Make the Great Escape now! Want 2-speed washing and rinsing . . . gentle speed for china and crystal, super speed for hard-to- cleans? And 5 pushbutton automatic cycles including one that pre-rinses and holds for a full load? Want to be able to tackle the stubborn stuff that usually requires hand-scouring? 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