The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on June 15, 1972 · 35
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 35

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Thursday, June 15, 1972
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Thuu.,Junel5, 1972 it fr.3f.gxatimtfr-Paqt 35 sale Vz ff sale KUITOJtlALS OHMONS COMICS CLASSIKH:i) OIJI TIJAKIKS nut --- "wMrxfs. 1 Ami mar mr each &00 By Jack Kosenbaum .Vacancy on licncl i Gov. Reagan doesn't know it yet, but he'll have another S.F. superior court appointment any clay. Judge Herman van der Zee, on the bench since 1947, and before that County Clerk for 10 years, has told intimates he's filling out retirement papers now, effective July 1. Life is like this: Army Sgt. Cliff Williams served two tours of duty in Vietnam without a scratch. The other day he tried to stop a fight between two acquaintances. He's in Letterman with two broken kneecaps. Harry Lillis Crosby Jr., 13, has entered the statewide golf tournament for youth Monday at Cypress Hills in Colma (sponsored by the Independent Insurance Agents). Little Bing won't have any trou-bh raising the $2 fee . . . Overheard: One of the many trades discussed by the Giants to obtain pitching help would send second baseman Tito Fuentes to the Chicago Cubs. HIGH COST of building hotels: The bill for the tinted glass in the bay windows of the Westbury Hotel, opening in October at Powell and Sutter, is $500,000. At least there'll be a view on a clear day . . .If you see license plates URAQT, they were bought by Seymour Matz as a gift for his daughter. You are a cutie, see? Emergency hospital steward George Mullen and his wife are, back from a vacation in Egypt. They were accustomed to the frequent pleas for baksheesh (handouts) but the height came in a carriage ride at Luxor, : site; of King Tut's tomb. The driver, after receiving his fee and tip, pleaded, "Something for my friend?" "Who's your friend?" Mullen asked. The driver pointed to his horse. "Sorry," said Mullen, "I'm fresh out of carrots." HAS IT BEEN mentioned that golf pro Ken Venturi, and his mother Ethel, were both arrested at S.F. Airport Monday night? Mrs. Venturi, waiting hi her car to pick up Ken, was ordered to move on by an airport cop. She protested that Ken was picking up his luggage and would be along any second. When she again refused, the cop ordered her out of the car. One hot word led to another and Mrs. Venturi was "escorted" away. Suddenly Ken came upon the scene, saw his mother in the arms of the law, and ; rushed to the rescue. Other gendarmes joined the action, and arrested mother and son. They were released on their own recognizance and face a possible charge of disturbing the peace. Sheriff Richard Hongisto is getting national attention. The July Playboy magazine features him as a "Man On the Scene." , . . The June bulletin of the Stonestown Merchants has a notation: "New and permanent change of board meetings to second Thursday of every month." In the same bulletin, "Next board meeting, Saturday, July 29." 1N. TOWN are actor-producer Dennis Hopper and his bride of three weeks, S.F.'s Daria Halprin. While he's promoting the revival of his movie, "Easy Rider" (Larkin Theater June 28), Daria is visiting her sick mother, Ann Halprin . . . The Rev. Richard Schneck was busy on his ordination day. Became a priest in the Jesuit order, then donned soccer uniform and helped the Turks beat the California Club, 2-1. Out now is a booklet, "Games for Planes," or "52 things to do while flying through the air with the greatest unease." Example: If Congresswoman Bella Abzug married Dick Button, she'd be Bella Button." . . . Musician Jay Orlando has a tip for women libbers who want a man's pay: "Marry one." . . . . Jerry Rough heard of a well-stacked, temperamental gal whose body has gone to her head. FAMILY CI UTHS Up-to-the-minute halter and button-front shifts Stay deliciously cool and comfortable on even the hottest days, and look like the spirit of 72 too! 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