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8 Part I IThursday, April 25, 1985 J CoflAnflckflSIimefl THE WEATHER Reports and Forecasts From Across the Nation ':! Weather eummary for telectad cities, including overnight Iowa and daytime htghi. Precipitation ii for 24 houra ending at 4 p.m. itandard time. V :VvJ : .! Wednaaday ForaoaatThu. ForecaetFrl. Wednesday ForeoaatThu. ForeoeatFri. City loHI Pracip. Weather LoHI Weather LoHI City LoHI Preolp. Weather LoHI Weather LoHI Albany 47 64 Shwra 48 66 Sunny 46 69 Juneau 67 37 Shwra 48 37 Cloudy 49 38 Albuquerque 39 76 Windy 44 77 Shwri 42 64 Kansas City, Mo. 67 44 ,01 Sunny 71 60 Ptcldy 70 61 Amsrillo 41 83 Ptcldy 61 76 Cloudy 66 70 Las Vegas 86 69 Sunny 86 68 Sunny 80 64 Anchorage 32 46 Ptcldy 31 46 Ptcldy 32 46 Little Rock 76 63 .43 Sunny 79 63 Ptcldy 81 68 Atlanta 64 77 .04 Ptcldy 65 82 Sunny 66 84 Louisville 78 62 Tslrms 77 49 Sunny 78 49 Atlantic City 61 62 .16 Cloudy 60 68 Sunny 49 63 Memphis 77 69 2.66 Ptcldy 76 65 Sunny 79 62 Austin 67 81 Cloudy 62 81 Ptcldy 69 84 Mismi Beech 79 76 Ptcldy 83 72 Ptcldy 84 73 Baltimore 62 68 .12 Ptcldy 62 76 Sunny 47 61 Milwaukee 71 53 .63 Cloudy 64 46 Picldy 63 41 Billings 36 52 .06 Ptcldy 30 62 Ptcldy 30 52 M'pTs.St. Paul 64 43 .63 Cloudy 68 40 Ptcldy 60 37 Birmingham, Ala. 61 76 .70 Sunny 62 81 Ptcldy 66 83 Nashville 80 60 .66 Cloudy 74 50 Sunny 78 46 Boise 24 49 Ptcldy 26 49 Feir 30 63 Navy Orlesns 84 68 Ptcldy 83 64 Sunny 83 63 Boston 41 63 Cloudy 46 66 Ptcldy 61 76 New York 66 49 Cloudy 66 63 Tetrms 67 48 Brownsville 72 86 Cloudy 70 86 Ptcldy 74 88 Norfolk, Va. 86 68 Cloudy 74 61 Ptcldy 78 63 Buffalo 69 80 Ptcldy 63 82 Ptcldy 45 62 Oklahoma City 69 49 Sunny 77 56 Ptcldy 80 60 Burlington, Vt. 34 63 Shwrs 46 88 Sunny 47 66 Omaha 64 40 .03 Fair 70 47 Ptcldy 68 46 Casper 28 62 Picldy 26 49 Snow 29 41 Orlando 88 66 Ptcldy 86 63 Ptcldy 88 67 Charleston, S C. 64 82 .03 Sunny 62 84 Sunny 66 86 Philadelphia 73 48 Cloudy 67 52 Rein 71 48 Charleston, W.V. 69 83 .13 Ptcldy 66 78 Sunny 60 80 Phoenix 87 64 Sunny 93 63 Feir 88 68 Charlotte 54 78 .04 Ptcldy 58 81 Sunny 62 82 Pittsburgh 85 63 Tstrma 79 66 Shwrs 66 44 Cheyenne 33 67 Ptcldy 26 48 Snow 28 41 Portland, Ma. 60 28 Ptcldy 64 39 Cloudy 60 41 Chicago 63 60 .66 Sunny 43 71 Ptcldy 62 71 Portland, Ore. 68 44 .12 Shwra 68 41 Rain 67 44 Cincinnati 61 75 .06 Ptcldy 49 76 Ptcldy 60 79 Providence 69 43 Cloudy 69 46 Shwrs 64 46 Cleveland, Ohio 69 80 .03 Ptcldy 48 68 Ptcldy 44 67 Raleigh 88 57 Ptcldy 86 69 Ptcldy 81 46 Columbus, Ohio 60 76 .06 Ptcldy 48 71 Ptcldy 47 73 Rapid City 64 37 Ptcldy 62 30 Cloudy 64 32 DelleaFt. Worth 62 80 Sunny 67 84 Ptcldy 63 83 Reno 28 63 Ptcldy 27 61 Ptcldy 26 b4 Dayton 60 69 .22 Ptcldy 47 73 Ptcldy 48 77 Richmond, Va. 61 86 .05 Ptcldy 60 83 Sunny 49 85 Denver 38 61 Ptcldy 32 67 Rein 36 49 St. Louie 53 71 .89 Sunny 60 76 Cloudy 68 78 Des Moines 47 73 Ptcldy 46 70 Cloudy 49 68 St. P'b'rg.Tampa 68 87 Sunny 66 87 Sunny 67 87 Detroit 69 68 .29 Ptcldy 62 71 Sunny 45 72 Salt Lake City 34 66 Cloudy 32 61 Shwra 34 62 Duluth 38 45 .22 Cloudy 34 66 Ptcldy 32 54 San Antonio 65 82 Cloudy 62 81 Ptcldy 70 84 El Paso 42 86 Ptcldy 61 86 Cloudy 66 81 San Francisco 60 67 Fair 48 66 Fair 49 68 Fairbanks 27 43 Ptcldy 22 48 Ptcldy 25 48 San Juan, P R. 71 83 Tetrms 70 82 Ptcldy 70 86 Fargo 28 63 Cloudy 35 65 Cloudy 34 50 Sesltle 41 60 Ptcldy 39 64 Ptcldy 42 60 Flagstaff 29 62 Windy 32 64 Snoehw 27 44 Shreveport 56 78 .39 Sunny 54 83 Sunny 60 83 Greet Falls 32 51 Snoshw 27 45 Snoshw 27 48 Siouk Falls 36 64 Ptcldy 39 63 Shwra 41 62 Hartford 44 61 Cloudy 44 66 Ptcldy 49 77 Spokane 28 60 Ptcldy 28 63 Ptcldy 32 66 Honolulu 68 85 Sunny 70 86 Sunny 69 85 Syracuae 64 73 Cloudy 63 70 Ptcldy 43 62 Houston 62 81 Cloudy 58 83 Ptcldy 66 84 Tucaon 63 91 Windy 66 87 Ptcldy 63 73 Indianapolis 55 87 .07 Sunny 49 75 Ptcldy 50 76 Tulsa 48 77 Ptcldy 66 81 Picldy 61 83 Jackson, Miss. 64 81 1.10 Sunny 56 84 Sunny 58 86 Washington, O.C. 58 66 Ptcldy 66 80 Sunny 64 86 Jacksonville, Fla. 87 69 Ptcldy 87 62 Ptcldy 85 59 Wichita 40 77 Fair 47 70 Cloudy 66 72 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Associated Press Taken al 12 30 p m PST Wednesday pressure had already started to build into the Northwest and northern Plateau. That should give Southern California mostly clear skies and north to northeast winds for a couple of days. Much ol the West was clear Wednesday. But a storm that moved in through the Northwest was expected to bring winter back to Colorado and the southern Rockies. High surface California Reports 29.80 Forecast for 4 a.m. Today Marine Forecast 9r , 30.50 'ipM'tLA.' ) OWA1FAL18 lOUlUrH. From Point Conception to Mexico and out 60 milea; INNER WATERS variable winds 6- lOknota through tonight but local north to northeast winda 15-25 knota below canyons today between Santa Barbara and Santa Monica Bay; westerly swells 1-3 feet. OUTER WATERS small-craft advisory Point Conception to Santa Roaa Island for northwest winds 20-30 knots; combined aeaa 8-1 3 feet; south of Santa Roaa Island waat lo northwest winds 16-26 knots; combined seas 5-10 feet. FORECAST mostly cleer today except for early morning patchy fog and low clouds inner southern waters. NEW YOflKC i jV y CASPER Jj CHICAGO'" High temperatures for 12 hours, lows for 18 hours, precipitation for 24 hours all ending at 4 p.m. Wednesday: Location Precip. Lo Hf Location Pracip. Lo Hi Location Pracip. Lo HI Apple Valley 6183 Escondido 5185 Pasadena 5184 Bskersfield 47 78 Eureka 45 55 Red Bluff 48 75 Barstow Daggett xx 55 85 Fresno 51 80 Riverside 52 85 Beaumont 45 84 Julian 48 64 Sacramento 48 76 Big Bear Lake 33 56 Lancaster 54 73 San Bernardino 5186 Bishop 39 78 Long Beach 55 79 San Diego 58 78 Blythe xx 67 96 LA. Civic Center 58 80 San Gabriel 50 63 Borrego Springs 59 96 LA. Intl. Airport 55 69 SanJose 46 73 Burbank xx 55 85 Monrovia 49 88 S. JuanC'strano 46 78 CatalinaAvalon 62 79 Montebello 52 82 Santa Ana 54 79 ChulaVista 51 74 Mt. Wilson 60 72 Santa Barbara 57 87 Culver City 66 75 Needles xx 61 91 Santa Maria 45 75 DeathValley 73 94 Newport Beach 54 70 Santa Monica 55 66 Del Mar 52 68 Northridge 66 86 Simi Hills 61 79 ElCajon 5183 Oceanside 50 64 Thermal 55 99 ElCentro 58 96 Ontario xx 51 85 Torrance 55 78 EITofo 50 79 PalmSprings 60 97 Woodland Hills 52 87 Los Angeles Civic Center data (24-hour reports end at 4 p.m. Wednesday; rainfall season begins July 1): Highhumidityfor24hours...69 Rainfall for 24 hours None Rain last season to date 10.41 Low humidity for 24 hours. . . 33 Rainfall for season 12.59 Normal rainfall to date 14.45 PITTSBURGH j NT PITTSBURGH lNNAlf"l''T"' f 30.00 ( CINCINNATI A. KANSAS U HLr r H 30.20 V RICHMOND.! inVLtlfTVy 29.80 I SlOS but a few coastal morning low clouds; highs in 60s near ocean to upper 70s well inland; west wind increasing to 20-30 m.p.h. Tonight and Friday fair; patchy fog or low clouds near ocean; lows in 40s to near 50; highs in 60s near ocean to upper 70s well inland. Highlow: Santa Rosa 7547; San Francisco 6750; Oakland 7350; San Jose 7745. SACRAMENTO VALLEY: Today mostly sunny; highs in 70s to low 80s; north winds 15-30 m.p.h. Tonight partly cloudy north; fair south; lows in 40s. Friday partly cloudy; slight chance of showers in extreme north; highs in 70s to near 80. Highlow: Shasta Dam 7048; Redding 7347; Red Bluff 7347; Sacramento 7545. NORTHERN SIERRA: Today increasing clouds north of Lake Tahoe; mostly sunny south of lake; gusty winds over passes and ridges. Tonight and Friday mostly cloudy with chance of showers north of Lake Tahoe; partly cloudy south of Lake Tahoe; snow 6,000 feet. Highlow: Lake Tahoe 5223. NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA: Today mostly cloudy with slight chance of showers in north; partly cloudy south; highs in mid 50s to low 60s near coast, to mid 70s in southern interior; north wind 10-25 m.p.h. Tonight and Friday mostly cloudy; chance of showers, mainly near Oregon; lows in 40s; highs in mid 50s to low 60s near coast, to low 70s in southern interior. Highlow: Crescent City 5948; Eureka 5846; Fort Bragg 5744; Ukiah 7243. MT. SHASTA-SISKIYOU AREA: Today through Friday mostly cloudy; chance of showers, mainly near Oregon; snow 5,000 feet; highs in 50s; lows in 30s; northwest wind today 5-15 m.p.h. Highlow: Mt. Shasta City 5735. NORTHEAST CALIFORNIA: Today through Friday mostly cloudy; chance of showers, mainly near Oregon; snow 5,500 feet; highs in 50s; lows in 30s; north wind today 5-15 m.p.h. Highlow: Alturas 5332; Susanville 5434. f ANGELES fT I Surf Forecasts r "i jW LBUOUERQUE OKLAHOMA CITY t-Ta MkM CHARLESTON Valid for 12 hours from 6 a.m. Thursday. I 'Ss. j EL PASO DALLAS. A f SAN HOUSTON t kAJCKSONVILLE jftRseW T ORLEANS V - MUIAMI BEACH 30.00 Surf Period Swell Av. in Av. Swell Beach Max. Sec. Max. Dir. Zuma 23 11 13 W Santa Monica 23 10 13 W NewportHunt'n. 23 10 23 W San Oiego County 23 10 23 W State Forecasts k ( w I I . V I BROWNSVILLE 29.90 l 29.90 . 7 '29.801 I SNOW COLO . EH . WARM am A RAIN FRONT FRONT Coastal Observations FRONT titS STATIONARY OCCLUDED 4 SCATTERED FRONT T FRONT RAIN SCATTERED pVT1 Wednesday's wind apeeda in knota, wave heighta in feet, intervals in seconda. Wave Temp. Station. Time Wind Htlnt SeaAir Air Pollution Reports and Forecasts Pollutant standard index (psi): O-100 good; 100-200 ful for all: 300-500 haiardoua. First figure is today's unhealthful for sensitive people; 200-300 unhealth- psi forecast; second is Wednesday's attained psi. Metropolitan Los Angeles 92 92 San Bernardino and Escondido 100 92 Coastal areas 83 67 Riverside areas . . . 125 125 High deserts 75 50 San Fernando and Hemet-Elsinorearea 92 92 Low deserts .... 58 76 Santa Clarita valleys 75 100 Inland Orange County 83100 Big Bear Lake 42 xx San Gabriel, Pomona valleys 75163 Downtown San Diego. .. .84 92 Banningaraa . . . .67 83 W15 N8 NNW12 SSW7 WNW10 WSW7 0611 0112 0110 0411 0211 0116 6168 6486 6084 6062 " 6462 6164 No report 6170 5566 5962 6167 6879 6066 Channel Island, 4p. El Capitan Beach, 10a. Santa Barbara, 4p, Ventura Marina, 1p. Zuma Beach, 4p. Santa Monica, 4p, Marina Del Rey Hermoaa Beach, 4p. Cabrillo Beach, 4p. Hunt'n. Beach, 1p. Newport Beach, 4p. Avalon, 4p. San Clemente, 4p. SSW9 SW20 W7 SSW4 NNW2 Calm 0110 0110 0212 0110 Calm 0211 Global Reports LOS ANGELES: Today through Friday mostly clear; north to northeast winds 20-30 m.p.h. below canyons; highs today near 77, Friday 80; lows 54-58. Today's high: Civic Center 77; Beverly Hills-Hollywood 76; Whittier-Montebello 80. SANTA BARBARA, VENTURA COUNTY COASTS; SANTA MONICA BAY: Today through Friday clear; gusty north winds to 35 m.p.h. below canyons and passes, shifting to more northeast tonight and Friday; highs 74-82; lows 48-58. Today's high: Santa Barbara 78; Ventura-Oxnard 74; Santa Monica 74; Ingle wood-Culver City 75; Redondo-Her-mosa 74; Torrance 75. LONG BEACH. ORANGE COUNTY METROPOLITAN AREA: Today through Friday clear; local northeast winds to 30 m.p.h. below canyons and passes beginning late today; highs 72-80; lows 48-58. Today's high: Long Beach 75; Huntington-Newport 73; Santa Ana 75. SAN FERNANDO VALLEY: Today through Friday mostly clear; local northerly winds 20-30 m.p.h.; highs 74-62; lows 48-58. Today's high: Burbank 75; Van Nuys 74; Northridge 76. SAN GABRIEL, SAN BERNARDINO VALLEYS: Today through Friday mostly clear; local north to northeast winds 20-30 m.p.h. below canyons and mountain passes; highs 74-82; lows 48-58. Today's high: Pasadena 77; El Monte-San Gabriel 79; Ontario 76; Riverside 75; San Bernardino 77; Beaumont 80. SAN DIEGO AREA: Today through Friday partly cloudy; gusty winds at times; coastal highs today 67-71, Friday 66-69; coastal lows 52-56; inland highs today 69-75, Friday 68-72; inland lows 42-50. Today's high: San Diego 74; Oceanside 68. IMPERIAL, COACHELLA, LOWER COLORADO RIVER VALLEYS: Today through Friday clear; gusty west to northwest winds 20-30 m.p.h.; highs today in mid to upper 80s, Friday 60-85; lows in 50s. Today's high: Palm Springs 87; Imperial-El Centro 86; Blythe 85. ANTELOPE VALLEY, MOJAVE DESERT, DEATH VALLEY: Today through Friday clear; gusty northwest winds 25-35 m.p.h. with locally stronger gusts and areas of blowing sand and dust; highs today 75-82, Friday in 70s; lows 45-55; Death Valley 865380. Today's high: Lancaster-Palmdale 73; Victorville-Apple Valley 78; Barstow-Daggett 77; China Lake-Ridgecrest 78. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS: Today through Friday strong north to northeast winds 25-45 m.p.h. with stronger gusts; clear; highs 48-58; lows 32-42. Today's high: Big Bear Lake 60; Lake Arrowhead 57; Wrightwood 65. OWENS VALLEY: Today through Friday clear; gusty north winds to 35 m.p.h.; highs 65-75; lows 35-45. BIG 8UR TO SANTA MARIA: Today sunny; highs near 60 at ocean to about 80 in southern interior; northwest wind increasing to 20-30 m.p.h. Tonight and Friday fair; patchy fog or low clouds; lows in upper 30s to mid 40s; highs near 60 at ocean to about 80 in southern interior. High low: Monterey 6150; Santa Maria 7747. SALINAS VALLEY AREA: Today sunny; highs in upper 60s near Monterey Bay to low 80s in south; northwest wind increasing to 15-30 m.p.h. Tonight and Friday fair; lows in upper 30s to mid 40s; highs in mid 60s near Monterey Bay to near 80 in south. Highlow: Salinas 6750; Paso Robles 8339. SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY: Today sunny: highs in mid 70s to mid 80s; northwest wind increasing to 15-30 m.p.h. on west side and in Delta; lighter wind elsewhere. Tonight and Friday fair; lows in 40s to lower 50; highs in mid 70s to lower 80s. High low: Stockton 7546; Fresno 8050; Bakersfield 7545. SOUTHERN SIERRA: Today mostly sunny; gusty winds over passes and ridges. Tonight and Friday fair. Highlow: Yosemite 7043; Lake Isabella 6939. SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGION: Today sunny, the National il Weather Service; ' Press for Tuesday, local time, and by Lo Hi City Condition Gathered by City City Condition Almanac Lo Hi 51 87 72 84 27 39 72 81 Nicosia Oslo Paris Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Extended Forecasts For Saturday, Sunday, Monday: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COASTAL AREAS: Fair, except for local gusty winds below canyons and passes, diminishing by Monday. Highs in 70s to mid 80s; lows 45-58. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAINS: Fair, except for gusty north to northeast winds, diminishing by Monday; warming trend. Highs today 48-58, warming to 55-65; lows in 30s to lower 40s. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DESERTS: Dry; warming; local gusty north winds, diminishing by Monday. Upper-desert highs Saturday in 70s, warming 5-10 degrees by Monday; lows 45-55. Lower-desert highs Saturday in 80s, warming 5-10 degrees by Monday; lows in 50s. Owens Valley highs Saturday in 70s, warming 5-10 degrees by Monday; lows 35-45. CENTRAL CALIFORNIA: Fair; patchy fog or low clouds near ocean. At lower elevations: highs in 60s near coast to mid 70s and mid 80s in San Joaquin Valley; lows in 40s to mid 50s. NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: Decreasing clouds in north Saturday; otherwise fair with patchy fog or low clouds near ocean. At lower elevations: highs in upper 50s and 60s along coast to mid 70s and lower 80s in Sacramento Valley; lows in 40s to lower 50s. Peking Associated Condition Fair Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Rain Clear 54 66 Rio de Janeiro Cloudy Friday Rises Seta 5:09a 6:33p 9:40a Today Rlsea Set 6:10a 6:32p 8:44a 11:68p Rome Clear Sun Moon 66 76 43 64 69 84 64 73 Last4 Firet4 Full Lo Hi 52 75 32 50 46 65 59 66 61 86 54 63 67 75 41 66 72 84 32 37 59 66 64 86 59 72 61 75 48 68 37 50 75 87 45 70 xx 61 Guadalajara Havana Helsinki Hong Kong Jerusalem Johannesburg Kiev Kingston Lima Lisbon London Madrid Manila Mazatlan Mexico City Montreal Moscow Nassau New Delhi Ptcldy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Ptcldy Clear Rain Cleer Rain Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear 68 87 34 46 50 73 73 90 77 84 59 68 52 72 32 50 41 64 32 57 61 73 59 86 28 41 68 82 28 41 41 48 xx 48 32 57 46 66 Acapulco Amsterdam Athens Bangkok Barbados Beirut Belgrade Berlin Bogota Brussels Buenos Aires Cairo Calgary Caracas Copenhagen Dublin Edmonton Frankfurt Geneva Cloudy Clear Rain Cleer Rain Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Rain Cloudy Cloudy Sao Paulo Seoul Singapore Stockholm Sydney Taipei Tel Aviv Tokyo Toronto Vancouver Vera cruz Vienna Winnipeg 48 52 36 55 41 57 73 91 66 82 48 77 43 64 48 64 66 79 75102 May 11 May 19 April 27 May 4 HIGH, LOW TIDES FOR L.A. OUTER HARBOR: Today Friday Saturday 6:55a 0.3 Lo 8;14a0.3Lo 12:48a 4.4 Hi 11:31p 4.6 Hi 9:31a 0.2 Lo 6:41p 3.4 Hi 8:58p 3.2 Lo All times Pacific Standard Time Cloudy Cloudy Snow Rain Cloudy Cloudy Rain Clear Cloudy Funeral Directors Death Notices Funeral Announcements Funeral Announcements i MOKTl'AKY TiT f J I JONES. John K. beloved brother of Mary Margaret Bosenbury and Dorothy Jones of Brownsburg, Indiana, Paul (Shirley) Jones of Phoenix, Arizona. Also survived by 1 sister-in-law and 4 nieces. Services Friday, 2 pm at Armstrong Family Mortuary, 1363 S. Olive SI. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your favorite charity. MEMORIAL I'AKK cent, or cases of extreme hardship arising after conviction. "Mr. Smith's application does not establish his undisputed innocence, nor does it establish hardship of the magnitude required to warrant the Governor's intervention," the letter continued. Smith, a longtime friend of former President Richard Nixon, was a powerful figure in state political circles before his legal troubles arose. would be a disgrace and a manifest injustice to commute that sentence by a single day." In his letter denying the request for commutation, Raye wrote that Deukmejian uses his powers of executive clemency only in "extremely unusual and compelling circumstances." "Such circumstances are generally confined to cases in which an individual is determined by law enforcement authorities to be inno RIGBY, Joan A. died April 21, 1985. Survived by her husband, Dalton; daughter, Carolyn Eubanks. Memorial services will be held April 27, 1pm at All Saints Church, Fountain Valley. RIO. Joseph age 55 Baatlan ft Perrott Mortuary, Northridge 818886-8600 ROTHE, Arthur VV. passed away April 23, 1985 in La Mirada, CA. Survived by his loving wife, Dorothy. Beloved father ofjoseph, Robin and Judy; son of Evelyn Woolf and grandfather of John. Services Sunday, 2 pm at Home of Peace Chapel. Groman Mortuary directors JOYCE, Charles M. Pierce Brothers, Cosla Mesa SMITH Continued from Page 1 come tax evasion in November after a series of appeals that resulted in a reduction of his sentence, from three years to one, and the elimination of a $680,000 reparations order. He was initially convicted in May, 1979. San Diego County District Attorney Edwin Miller, who took issue with the claim that Smith's were victimless crimes, wrote to the governor opposing Smith's early release. Disputing the claim that Smith's health is failing and characterizing his appeals as a long struggle to avoid justice, Miller wrote, "It KENDALL, Charles R. Armstrong Family directors KERR, Rose Services Friday, 10 am at Plerce-Hamrock-Reed. 818985-0141 RUBENSTEIN, Louis L. Uroman-Eaen Mortuary SHIRAISHI, Toshi K. 89; beloved mother of Toyohiko Joe and Shiro; grandmother of 3; great-grandmother of 1. Funeral Fri. April 26, 7:30 pm at Hollywood Christ Presbyterian Church, 4011 Clinton St., L.A., Rev. Alpha Takagi officiating. Fukui Mortuary directors mm SERVICES CONDUCTED IN ALL CEMETERIES Groman MORTUARIES Los Angeles A Valley (213) X X 213 748-2201 "V 877-0335 Iarmstrong family! KITAGAWA, Julienne beloved daughter of Frances Kitagawa and Louis Kitagawa of San Francisco; sister of Janet Yananaka; niece of Jack Wakamatsu, Mary Waka-matsu and Anna Sugimoto. Memorial service will be held on Monday, April 29, starting at 7:30 pm at Culver-Palm United Methodist Church, 4464 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City. Kubota-Nikkei Mortuary directors In lieu of flowers, family would appreciate a donation to the Venice-Santa Monica Free Methodist Church Building Fund, 4871 Centinela Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90066 WITH A COMPANION SHU MAN, Samuel loving father of Phyllis (David) Lunine and Elizabeth (Alan) Goodman; adoring grandfather of Jodie, Lynn and Scott K. Lunine and Stuart Goodman; devoted brother of Eva Hank-in and Esther Traiger. Services 11 am, Friday at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Chapel. Mount $245 Complete All L.A. County frtt littrtturi (213)747-9121 los Angeles KLAWANS, Gerald J. Services Friday, 11 am at Hillside Memorial Park Mortuary Chapel. Hillside Mortuary directors aiuai monuary SIMONS. Grace Pierce-Hamrock Mortuary KOHLER. Andrea SPELTS. Ethel S. Pierce Brothers Valley Oaka, Weatlake Village 818889-0902 Cremation Services Forest Lawn Glendale TEPERSON. Annette B. LANE. Clara Hillside Mortuary directors Plerce-Hamreth Mortuary THE NEPTUNE ALTERNATIVE Touraif 1-8O0-762-72O0 Q3 Pierce Brothers TRUXTON, Richard Houston 64, at home with his Lord March 28. Memorial services 10 am, Saturday at Rose Drive Friends Church, Yorba Linda. LITSCHI, Marjory passed away April 23, 1985. She is survived by her loving husband, Robert Litschi; daughters, Jan Rizzo, Linda Sallin-ger and Laura Jones; sons, Robert and James Litschi; 8 grandchildren. Rosary and Mass of Christian Burial Friday, April 26, 8 pm at St. Therese Catholic Church, Alhambra. Pierce Bros. Cunningham ft O'Connor Alhambra 818282-1161 Neptune Society 213831-0664 818845-2415 Los Angetes Burbank 24 Hri No Salmin wtt caM OunBhr.LA Funeral Announcements AMELIO, Frances S. born October 20, 1903 in New York, New York; passed away April 23, 1985 in Newport Beach, CA. Loving mother of Col. Gilbert Amelio and daughter-in-law, Beverly Amelio: daughter, ' Gloria Osbrink and son-lin-law Dr. Raymond H. Osbrink; 7 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. A great mother and Tianny', loved by all who knewo her. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at SL Joachim in Costa Mesa 10:30 am, Friday, April 26. Services to conclude at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to American Heart Assoc. of Orange County or the National Society for Immunology. Pacific View Mor-tuary dierctors 714644-2700 ARTHUR, Arthur B. 73 years; ?assed away in Riverside April 23, 985. Beloved husband of Jessica; beloved father of Pamela Steele of Van Nuys and Victoria Arthur of Sherman Oaks. Also surivved by grandsons, Brian Mathews and Kevin Mathews and granddaughter, Kelly Mathews, all of Van Nuys. Mr. Arthur also leaves 5 sisters of Toronto, Canada. Services Friday, April 26, 12 noon at Hollywood Park Cemetery Chapel with interment following. Pierce Brothers' Creatlawn Mor-tuary directors 714689-1441 BARTH. Berths Mount Slaal Mortuary BERLANT, Emanuel Pierce Brothers' Cunningham A O'Connor, L.A. BRENNER, Maurice Groman Mortuary directors BUCHANAN, Mable widow of Willis M. Buchanan; died April 23, 1985 in Pasadena. Among her surv-ing nieces and nepehws is Mrs. Co-rev Cherrstrom of La Canada. Memorial services 2 pm, Sunday at San Marino Community Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to American Cancer Society or a favorite charity. Turner ft Stevens, Alhambra directors BUTLER, Laura B. Armstrong Family directors CONWAY, Merrltt F. Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills CORYELL, Loren A. , age 75, died at his Reno, Nevada home on April 21, 1985. Born in Mishawaka, IN on September 9, 1909; a resident of Reno since 1980, coming from Los Angeles. Survived by wife, Barbara of Reno; daughters, Janet Frank of Reno and Bethany Curren of Tus-tin, CA; son, Richard of Los Angeles; 6 grandchildren. Interment in Clifton, New York. Ross, Burke ft Noble Funeral Home, Reno directors FRIEDMAN, Mildred Forest Lawn Glendalc GELMAN, Robert beloved husband of Ida; loving father of Dena (Michael) Horowitz and Jane (Jeffrey) Briskin; adoring grandfather of Jill and Beth Horowitz and Julie Briskin; devoted brother of Louis Gelman, Molly Weinstein, Morton Gelman and Ann Makler. Services 10 am, Friday at Courts of TaNaCH Chapel, Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Mount Sinai Mortuary Family prefers donations to Womens Guild of Hope for Hearing. HATFIELD, Orval VV. Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills HOUGHTON, Virginia Adama of Port Hueneme, CA; formerly of Pacific Palisades; a graduate of USC; member of Alpha Chi Omega. Survived by daughter, Judy Penkoff; granddaughters, Pamela and Tracy Penkoff. Memorial gifts to sorority. Private cremation. Fayton Mortuary, Ox- nard JACOBS, Ella Groman-Eden Mortuary JARAHIAN, Petroa Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills For assistance regarding Obituary Notices call Miss Black ext. 1185 (213) 629-4411 TWOHEY, John C. 79; died April 23, 1985. Owner of Twohey's in the San GabrielPasadena area since 1942. Survived by son, Francis G.; daughters Jean M. Kilmer, Sheila A. Gobel and Mary P. Branson and 8 grandchildren. Funeral Mass 9 am, Monday, April 29 at St. Therese Church, Alhambra. In lieu of flowers, family prefers donations to Santa Teresita LUBAN. Simon Groman Mortuary directors MADISON. Thula Armstrong Family directors MA VCD 1 ii rtri, Hospital. Call Rosedale Cemetery Low Cost Removal and Cremation 2I3 734-3155 24 hr. The Rosedale Cent. Assoc. Ltd.. Los Anteles Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills MEYER, Sol Mount Sinai Mortuary Celebrate the first anniversary of San Diego's Very Own Dreamboat. Take a 4-day, 3-night Vacation Cruise to Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico or an exciting All-Day Getaway Cruise to Mexico. You pay full fare and your companion goes for just HALF PRICE! Mil I C T-. I-- II Mount Slnsl Mortuary WOOD, Laurence Robert beloved husband of Doyne H. Wood; father of Susan Wood Roche and Kathleen Wood; grandfather of John Doyle Roche, IV. Services Saturday, 10 am at Cha- Jel of Kiefer ft Eyerick Mortuary, 14 E. Harvard St., Glendale. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Bookworms of the MOAKE. Robert H. ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL PARK Our Crematory Fee S 57 Mortuary Fee From 1190 Call 24 hours 213329-1113 Cemetery Lots-Crypts Services Thursday, April 26, 10am at Abbott ft Hast Colonial Mansion (213746-1271). Interment in Riverside National Ceme- SHERIFF Continued from Page 1 The prisoners will suffer under the new chaplain coordinator, Horner says, because the Los Angeles organization represents only the Christian faith, whereas San Diego County Jail Ministries is an interdenominational organization. Horner said his organization tries to match prisoners with ministers from the faith of their choice. They offer prisoners copies of the Chris-1 tian New Testament, the Jewish. Torah, the black Muslim's Koran, the Jehovah's Witness Watchtow-er and the Book of Mormon, On Wednesday, the local ministers renewed their calls for the department to cancel its agreement with DeHaas, but, according to the ministers, the department has refused. Wigginton said he is comfortable with his decision about the Los Angeles group and believes De-Haas will not exclude local ministers from his program. , "There should be no change in what they were doing in the past," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, the ministers will not be closed out. That is their fear, apparently, but I don't see that happening." DeHaas refused to comment on any changes he might make or whether the local ministers will be encouraged to participate in religious services at the jails. The local ministers became involved in jail ministry in the late 1970s, when the Sheriff's Department asked them to serve as advisers to then chaplain coordinator Robert Youmans. When Youmans retired from his paid position in 1984, the department asked the ministers to replace him without pay. Assistance League of L.A. tery. NELSON, Helen A. Armstrong Family directors WOOD, Isabella C. wife of entertainer, John Hiatt; died April 23, 1985 at age 30. Survived by daughter, Lillian Alice. Memorial service today, 9:30 am at St. Augustine Catholic Church. Donations to Mental Health Assoc., L. A. County Branch LAST 5 DAYS Cemetery Property from $284 per space including endowment c.ire. FOREST LAWN HOLLYWOOD HILLS (213) 254-72M NEWTON, John, D.D.S. of Northridge; passed April 22, 1985. Survived by wife, Audrey A. Newton; sons, John J. Newton and Scott A. Newton; parents, John P. and Eloise Newton. Services Friday, April 26, 11 am at Lorenzen Mission Chapel. Interment in Oakwood Memorial Park. Lorenzen Mortury, Reseda direc-tors (818343-4677) Funeral Directors DOUBLE LOT located in Park Lawn Mem Park, Compton. pp 714874-4483 PIMENTEL, Frank S. utter Mckinley Armstrong t amtly directors DtfVPrPFD f -1 -J 1 - Serving Greater Los Angeles Sholom Mortuary 213388-2481 PREDIGER, Hazel G. passed away April 23, 1985 in Santa Monica. Beloved wife of W. 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