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"e- i.iWUfll giu Obituaries Oct 21, 1970 Page 57 Si f. am I ft 4 Vln I' JMoen David Wine Founder Colien, ol CHICAGO (UW)-Max Cohen, who founded the Mo-gen David Wine died yesterday. He was 84. Cohen died in Miami Beach, where he moved after selling his Interest in the Chicago firm and retiring in 19C2. Cohen was an honorary member of the Cabinet of Israel Bonds and a board member of the Weizmann Institute of Science, in Israel.

Cohen is survived by his wife, Rose. WALSH. Maud V. In Mt. View.

October 17, l'lO, Maud V. Walsh, mother of Thomas B. Walsh of Oakland and Mrs. Bar. bara Marshall of New Yorki aunt of Grant B.

Smith of Geyserville. Mrs. Marian Cook of S.F. and Mrs. Virginia Lambert of Cupertino; grandmother of ix; a native of San Francisco, aged 85 yearsi a member of tha Los Altos Country Club.

Private services were held Tuesday, 20. at 3 p.m., at the Los Altos Chapal of SPAN-GLER MORTUARY. Inurnmant, Los Gatos Memorial Park. Donations to El Camino Hospital Auxiliary Memorial Fund, preterred, ZANE, Margaret Coleman In thla city. October 19, 190.

Margaret Coleman Zane, sister of Mrs. Mary Zane Bulkeley; aunt of Mrs. Mary Norville; Professor Peter I. and John 7. Bulkeley; also survived by eleven great nieces and nephews; aged 69 years; an Honorary Director of National League for Woman's Service.

Private services were held Tuesday. October 20. (N, GRAY 4 CO.) LOHMILLER, Maxim Catherina At rest October 18, 190, Manine Catherine Lohmiller, beloved wife of Herb Lohmiller, loving mother on Richard G. Lohmiller and Mrs. Ann Gillette, Dear grandmother of Michael W.

and Bryan (i. Gillette. Kristlna M. and Kurt ohmiller. Loving sister of Mrs.

James Reed. Private family services were held Monday, October 19, at N. GRAY 4000-1'ith Ave. In-urrirrient Olivet Memorial Park. Memorials to the American Cancer Society preferred.

MILLER, Consuelo (Connie) Marri- man October 17. 190. Consua-lo (Connie! Merriman Miller, beloved sister of Mary -Jean Knowles, devoted sister in-law of Curtis Samuel Knowles, loving piece of Kithryn J. Merriman. In accordance with her wishes, no funeral services were held.

Memorial gifts to tha San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind, 1097 Howard. S.F., preferred. (HALSTELi 1123 Sutter St.) MITCHELL, Maude M. In San Rafael. October 17, 190, Maude I 'A 'A 1 Ready for a Bull Market? Livestock Exposition.

The livestock show opens Friday at the Cow Palace for a 10 day run. "Miss Livestock," Ingrid Zimmerman, and a young lad help "Baldy" down the steps of the Exchange, "Baldy" hails from Sonoma. There was a new "listing" on the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange yesterday prize Hereford steer and lamb on the hoof. The animals gave members of the Exchange a preview of what will be auctioned at the Cow Palace Oct. 30 during the Grand National Margaret C.

Zane Private services for Miss Margaret Coleman Zane, member of one of Northern California's oldest and most prominent families, were held yesterday from N. Gray Co. Miss Zane died here Monday. She was 69. A native of the state, she was the daughter of the late Franklin A.

Zane, San Francisco financier and director numerous corporations, and of the late Mrs. Harriet Coleman Zane. Miss Zane made her home in Woodside. She was an honorary director of the National League for Woman's Service. She is survived by a sister, Mrs.

Mary Zane Bulkeley, a niece, Mrs, Mary B. Norville, two nephews, Professor Peter Z. Bulkeley of Stanford University, and John Z. Bulkeley, and 11 great nieces and nephews. Dr.

Walter F. Schaller at 91 Vital Statistics BARESIN, Rudolph In Conr.ord, October 2U, l'i0, Rudolph Bare-siri; late of Concord; beloved father of Miss Ardeen Baresinof Concord; loviriK brother of John Baresiri and Mrs. Olga Martinez bolh of S.F., Nir.k Barosiri of Mill Valley. Mrs. Mary Barulith of Walnut Creek and Mrs.

Violet Howard of Lakaporti a native of Portland, aged 59 years; a member of Int. Association Machinists local No. YiH; Contra Costa Horsemern Associations Twatorn Lihkhri Appaloosa Horsa Club of Danville. Requiem Mass Thursday Oct. 22, at 10 a.m.

in the Church of the Nativity. 240 Fell F. Interment Golden Gate National Cemelery, San Hruno. Recitation of the Rosary Wednesday at p.m. in the fialinrlo St.

Chapel of BRYANT LOUf.H-OUIMt CHAP-tLS, 1185 Gahndo Conr.ord. BOWMAN, Ida Rundle In Burlingame, October 20, 1970, Ida Run-die Bowman, beloved mother of Mrs. Adalene Ross and Mrs. George Uynr. both of Hillsborough and Harry Bowman of San Francisco; dear grandmother of Mrs.

Prentis Cobb Hale III of San Francisco, George Dyer, Jr. of Hillsborough, Mrs. Clifford Liver-more of Burlingame. Lynn and Lee Ross: Blso survived by three great grandchildren, t-uneral services will be held Tliuisud Gcioutr 22 dl 4 urn the Nuule uiapei al Cypiess Lawn memorial fam. tnerius may call at tne Coiomal r.iouu-aiy ot CRubbf-N.

GRAY 2 Park Koau, burlinnauie, until 2 p.m. on inursuay, Gontriouuoris to the American Heart Association, 100 Ll camino Real, burlingame, preterred. CAGUIMBAGA, Rosario Prado In idn f-rancisco, October l'J0, Kuano Kiauo Caguirnoaga; otdi-ly beioved wife ot Cipnano Ca-guimbaga; beloved inomer of uarna f-atardo, 2enaida Kesiauro, Liuaya Legaspl, tnrique, Norma and Neison Caguimbdga and Yoianda rerezi loved by 1j grandchildren; a native of the I'nmp-pine Republic, aged 5 years; a member ot at. Johns catholic Cnurch. Friends are invited to attend the tuutrai at a.m.

t-noay Oct, 23, at NDtKSuiib, Valencia Si. at 25tn tnence to M. jonn's cnutcn wnere a nequiem Hign Mass will be sung tor the repose ot her soul commencing at 9 a.m. Interment Holy Ciuss cemetery. Rosary Inursuay at p.m.

VISITOR PARKING DUDLEY, Elizabeth M. In Sebas-louoi, Ociouer ii. u0. t-imautui fvt. Dudley; beloved wite ui in lata L.

Kaymoiid Uuuity; a native ot Coioidtlo, aged oj yeats; a member ot ivy cnupitr No. 2 O.t.S. ot S.F. Friends are invited to attend the tuneral services ihuisuay Oct. tx.

1:30 p.m. at trie Chapel ot tne U'LtAKY FUNthML HuMt, liitl boutkd beuas-topoi. Interment, Goiuen Gate iMauonal ceiueieiy, xu a.m. r-n-uay, uu. a.

ERCOLE. Teresa In this city, uct. xau, leresa ticuie, ueui-iy ugiuveu wite oi trie late juun trcuni, loving mother ot Aiucrt trcoie, tnricnena ineneson and iviary icaroi anu the iaiu bnnco trcoie; also surviveu by tour kranacnudren anu eight great-granacnuurtn; a ted 9b years. menus may can at the cnapel Of H. F.

SUHR 2919 Mission bt. near 2sin on Wednesday (today). Notice of funeral later. FINDLEY. William B.

At rest. October 19, 1970, William B. Final ty; beloved husband of Eleanor O. rindiey; loving lather of Ralpn W. Findley and stepfather of Arthur Bauer, Dorothy Cronander and Eleanor Learned; father-in-law of Frances Findley; loving brotner of Loucetta Stang, Marion, Solin, Edward Findley and tne late Hugh Findley; biothei-in-law of Perry Middleton; devoted grandfather of Linua Findley; a native of ban Francisco; aged 76 years; a member of txceisior Lodge No.

166 F. A.M.; Marin Chapter No. 102 Royal Arch Masons; California Commandary No. a 25 year member ot Islam Shrine and a retired member of Shrine Patrol; S.F. Press CIud; Stationary Engineers Local No.

39 and the Marin Mutual Benevolent Association. Funeral services will be under the auspices of Excelsior Lodge, Thursday Oct. 22, at 1 p.m. at GODEAU, 41 Van Ness Ave. nr.

Market St. Inurnment private at Olivet Memorial Park. Donations to Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, preferred. Visiting hours until 9 p.m. GODEAU FUNERAL HOME GUEST, Larry A.

In this city, October 19, 1970, Larry A. Guest, beloved husband of Ruth L. Guest, beloved father of Barbara Guest, also survived by Margot and Larry Guest a native of California; Past President of tha Native Sons of the Golden West. Funeral services will take place Thursday, October 22, 10:30 a.m., from the Memorial Chapels of CAREW ENGLISH, Masonic at Golden Gate thence to St. Ignatius' Church.

Fulton St. at Parker where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. HAMILTON, Harold L.

October 19, 1970, Harold L. Hamilton; beloved husband of Harriet Hamilton; loving father of Michael, Mark, David and Brenda Hamilton; son of S. Geoffrey and tthel Brown; brother of Ethylene, Neal, Marlene, Donna and Samuel Hamilton; a native of Kansas, aed 3z years; a member of S.F. Police Widows Orphans Aid Association of S.F. Police S.F.

Police Officers Association: Police Researcn Association; lormer member ot J.s. Army. Donations preferred to Hamilton Children's Educational Fund co S. F. Police Dept.

Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m. Services Thursday, 9:15 a.m. Daphne 1 Church St. Funeral service 10 a.m. St.

Brendan's Church 29 Rockawav Ave, Interment Holy Cross Cemetery HANRAHAN, Francis R. In Burlingame, October 18, 1970, Francis R. Hanrahan, late of BurlinRame; beloved husband of Gladys R. Hanrahan; loving father of Frank Hanrahan of Oakland, dear brother of William Hanrahan of Santa Rosa, John of S.F. and Claud of Palo Alto, Mrs.

Agnes Debrie of S.F., and Mrs. Madeleine Shirley of Palo Alto, also five grandchildren survive; a native ot San Francisco, aged 79 years: a lite member of B.P.O.E. No. 335 of Phoenix, Arizona. Private funeral services were held Tuesday at the CHAPEL OF HE HIGHLANDS, Millbrae.

Interment, Cypress lawn Memorial Park. Contributions to the Kidney Foundation or the American Cancer Society preferred. LEONETTI, Luisa October 20, 1970. Luisa Leonetti, dearly he-loved mother ot Joseph and Rose Fiiulley, Engineer William B. Findley, consulting mechanical engineer for United California Bank, died Monday at St.

Francis Hospital at the age of 76. Born and reared In San Francisco, Mr. Findley attended local schools and was an industrial engineer all his adult life. He owned his own firm in Sonoma 25 years, building steam boilers, heaters, venti lators and other equipment. Before that he was machine shop superintendent at Marin Shipyards.

Mr. Findley was a Mason, a 25 year member of the Shrine, a member of the Shrine Patrol, the San Francisco Press Club, Stationary Engineers Local 39 and the Marine Mutual Beneficial Assn. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor O. Findley, 1818 Santiago St. He was the father of Ralph W.

Findley, stepfather of Arthur Bauer, Mrs. Dorothy Cronander and Mrs. Eleanor Learned; the brother of Mrs. Loucetta Stang, Marion, Solin and Edward Findley and the late Hugh Findley, and grandfather of Linda Findley. Services will be held under auspices of Excelsior Lodge, Masons, tomorrow at 1 at the Godeau Funeral Home, 41 Van Ness Ave.

Inurnment will be at Olivet Memorial Park, Colma. Donations to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children are preferred. bert. KOZAK-CAVALERI George Kozak 22, 505 36th Ave. and OTcVsoS316" 16-1632 Unin-James T.

Ota. 49. 146 McAllister and Bonnie A. Jackson 49. Sacramento.

VAN ATTA-RYBALCHENKO Walter A. Van Atta 22. 1441 Ellis and Nyna Rybalchenko 18, 1150 Cabrillo. ARLT-DOMINE Hans J. Arlt 39.

719 6th Ave. and 550 Manels- David R. Ranker 26, 267A Carl and Lvnda I. Scott 21. Same.

LEE-CHABOT Edward W. Lee 22, 1455 Filbert and Susan A. Chabot 19. Same. GLOVER-YAHOLNITSKY Gene R.

Glover 25. 818 Fell and Ann V. Yaholnitsky 19. 49 Dorland. REEVES-TURCZINSKI Lawrence J.

Reeves, 33, Atherton and Amelia O. Turczinski 37, Same. CHRISTENSEN-KADRIE Lennart T. Christensen 24, 1809 Gough and Muniera Kadria 32, Same. ZAKRZEWSKI-KERPELY Tadeusz K.

Zakrzewskl 39, Tempe, Ariz, and Andrea E. Kerpely 27, Montreal. Canada. PIGOTT-SEPUT David P. Pigott 23, Daly City, and Cynthia M.

Seput 22. 501 Sloat Blvd. HUEZO-ERAZO Gabriel Huezo 21, 64 San Jose and Dora M. Erazo 25. Same.

LEY-YIM Humberto L. Lev 40, 23 Salmon and Wai C. Yim 26, 1580 Washington. WEST-DOWNING Ralph E. West 76.

1960 Clay and Virginia Downing 72, Same. ABRIL-SIMON Manuel G. Abril 22. 905'- Florida and Gloria J. Simon 21, 1552 Hudson.

JONES-REED Roy Jones 20, 1732ia Oakdala and Pearlie M. Reed 21, Same. BUTLER-BOGER James E. Butler 25, 119 Carl and Cathy A. Boger 20.

Same. AUTERI-ZOLEZZI Joseph A. Auteri 54, 2209 Taylor and Matilda D. Zolezzi 54. 465 Chestnut.

BRENNAN-ADAMS Martin V. Brennan 22. New York, N.Y. and Irene Adams 22, Same. GARROTT-HOLCOMB Rov Garrott 26, Long Beach and Dawn E.

Holcomb 19, Same. PIERCE-HANSFORD Ernest W. Pierce Jr. 27. Burlingame and Sally L.

Hansford 25, J118 Rivera. RIVERA-VILLEBRUN Gilbert Rivera 22. Salinas and Linda S. Villebrun 20. 123 Precita.

FIRESIDE-CORNELL Harry Fireside 20. 3631 Cabrillo and Lillian E. Cornell 20, 51 Man- ag8u1l'ar-salazar, Antonio A. Aguilar 63. so.

San Francisco and Marti C. Salazar34. Same. DAVIS-CAM BRIDGE Kenneth D. Davi 19, 1112 Latkm and Arlene S.

Cambridge 22. 3204 Folsom. Dissolutions Nullities Filed FLEMING James and Kay. LOIT Shirley and Mason. PUCCIARELLI Mary and Vincent.

VERVILLE Louise and Raymond. TOTAH Samir and Suhile. SILVERIO Bonifacio and Saturnlna. SHACKLETON Charles and Diana. PETTET Annehese and Charles.

QUI LAN Thomas and Jacqueline. LISTOKIN Larrv and Harriet. JACKSON Phillip and Shirley. FULLER Robert and Catherina. BROOKS tster and Ralph.

GARCIA Alice and Octavio. ROBY Clarence and Phyllis. WITTELS Michael and Barbara. OLSON Paula and Gerald. MILSTEIN Mendel and Mussie.

BROWN Floyd and Linda. ORTIZ Manuel and Nora. FRAZIER Sammy and Ruby. KEYtS Ruth and Charles. GIAMPAOLI Ellen and John.

DUCIOR Mary and James. Annulments Filed HAWKINS-Jimmia and Arthur. PAULSON thzabeth andlhoinas. UNULR Doris and Samuel. Annulments Granted PERRUSIO Maritzia and Francisco.

JAMJUM Lucv and Akram. HAYKINS James and Daisey. NICUUU Amanda and Louis. McCUHMICK Mvrian and George. MARTINEZ Joe and Llipe.

FLOYO Patricia and Ciene. VEIGA-Patncia and John. IRREGULAR? DUE TO LACK OF FOOD BULK IN YOUR DIET TRY iyi. rvnicneu: neioveo wite ot tne late James B. Mitchell, loving mother of Mrs.

Esther Alpers: loving sister of Hardin S. Ware. Mrs. Muriel Garrett. Mrs, Ruth Shirar and tha lata Mrs.

Anna Pasqualetti and Frank Ware; loving grandmother of Alpine James Alpers; a member of tha Holy Rosary Sodality of Star of the Sea Parish. Private funeral services took place Tuesday, Oct. 20. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. CAREW ENGLISH MYERS, Alexander In this city, October 20, 190, Alexander Myers, dearly beloved husband of Cecelia Myers; beloved son of Mary Meyer; loing brother of Carol Roskoskl, Senethea Meyer and Ann Maurer; aged 68 years; a member of Sunrise Lodge No.

196 A.F.&A.M. of Portland, California Bodies Scottish Rite and Islam Temple A.A.O.N.M.S. of S.F. Friends may call at the mortuary after 7 p.m., Wednesday (today) and are invited to attend the funeral services Thursday, Oct. 22, at 12:30 p.m., under the auspices of Crocker Lodge No.

4b4 at the Mortuary of W. C. LASSWELL 6154 Mission St. cor. Wilson.

Interment, Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Ore. NORLAND, Anna C. In this city, October 19, 1970, Anna C. Norland, mother of Ingrid Petersen of San Francisco, Mrs. R.C.Graham of Tacoma.

Washington and Hans B. Norland of Klamath Falls. Oregon; aged 101 Vears. Services will be held in Tacoma. Washington.

(N. GRAY CO.) SCOTT, Walter aOctober 18. 1970. Walter F. Scott; beloved stepfather of Mrs.

Jeannie Collier, brother of George F. Scott; uncle of Mrs. Elinor Lea of Half Moon Bay, Mrs. Estelle Massoni of Walnut Creek and William Attinger of San Rafael. A member of San Francisco Lodge No.

3 B.P.O.E. and the San Francisco and California State Bar Association. Services Thursday, October 22, at 2 p.m. at MARTIN BROWN, 1801 Van Ness Ave. at Clay.

ADJACENT PARKING SCHALLER, Walter Frank, M.O. October 20. 1970. Walter Frank Schaller, M.D., dearly beloved father of Mrs. Marion Herrick and Neal Schaller, loving grandfather of Michael Schaller Herrick, Jerome Neal Herrick end Andrea Florence Herrick; beloved father-in-law of Stephen G.

Herrick; past president ot American Neurological Association; Emeritus Professor Stanford University School of Medicine, Commander U.S. Navy, retired. A member of the Bohemian Club and the Army and Navy Club of Washington, D.C. Services Thursday morning, 10 o'clock at Halsted Co. 1123 Sutter St.

Memorials to St. Francis Hospital preferred. SCHMIDT, Charles F. In this city, October zo, 1970, Charles F. Schmidt, beloved husband of Marie Schmidt; loving father of Karl and Marion Schmidt; beloved grandfather of Robert Karl and Karen Diane Schmidt; brother of August Schmidt; a native of Switzerland, aged 74 years; a former employee of the Bohemian Club of S.F.

for 45 years and a retired member of the Culinary Workers Union Local No. 44. Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. from the Chapel of VALEN-TE, MARINI, PERATA 4840 Mission thence to Church of Epiphany, where a Requiem Mass will be offered commencing at 9 a.m. Interment.

Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Lafayette, Calif. Recitation of the Rosary, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. VISITING HOURS UNTIL 9 P.M. SKELLY, France Rose In this city, October 20, 1970, Frances Rose Skelly, wife of the late James D. Skelly; mother of Harold J.

Vincent; grandmother of Kenneth E. Vincent: sister of Oliver M. Rousseau: great grand- mother of Nancy A. Vincent. Rosary 8 p.m.

Wednesday at N. GRAY Divisadero Street at Post. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Thursday. October 72 at St.

Ignatius Church. Fulton Street at Parker. SPINGOLA, Clarence In this citv, October 19. 1970. Clarence Spin-gola, loving son of the late David and Domenica Spingola: beloved brother of Joseph, David, Frank and Walter Spingola.

Josephine Salvenini, the late Luisa Lombar-di and Guido Spingola; survived by nieces and nephews; aged 68 Vears. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Thursday, October 22. at 8:30 a.m. from the chapel Of VAI FNTE. MARINI, PERATA 4840 Mission thence to Cornus Christi Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 9 am.

Fntombment Italian rem-etery. Recitation of the Rosary Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Spiritual bouquets preferred. Visiting hours until 9 p.m. STEWART, Lillian R.

Oct. 17. 1970. Lillian R. Stewart, beloved mother of William Stewart of Eleuthra.

B.W.I, and Robert Stewart. U.S. Army of Anchorage, Alaska, devoted grandmother of Linda Ann Stewart; aged 73 years; a member of Mission Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; Franklin Hospital Auxiliary and a retired employe of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Services Thursday morning, 11 o'clock, at HALSTED 1123 Sutter officers of Mission Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, officiating.

COMPLIMENTARY PARKING. STRAUSS. Irving In this city, Oct. 20. 190.

Irving Strauss, beloved husband of Naomi Strauss; a very devoted husband, brother and friend: a member of Chauffeur's Union Local 265. Friends are invited to pay their respects on Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 o.m., at SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Divisadero St, at Geary. VANE, Fred N. October 16.

1970, Fred N. Vane, dearly beloved husband of the late Hazel Vane, loving father of Graham Vane, Sp. 4, U.S. Army, of Alameda, devoted grandfather of April Louise Vane, loving brother of Dorothy Wolf of Denver, Colorado and Amy Pothin of Hallandale, Florida; loving uncle of Charlene Goldman of Las Vegas, Nevada; aed 73 vears: a member of the English Speaking Union and British Commonwealth Association. Services Thursday attprnoon, 1 o'clock, Halsted 1123 Sutter St.

Interment Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. RICKSTINS Judith and Heino. WILLIAMS Cynthia and Richard. DAY leslie and William. BAHAM Lrrol and Janie.

KHUURIE Gail and James. Final Decrees ROBINSON Audrey and LeHoy. NISPIROS Ricardo and lor. MARLOW Grace and William. HfcNKlNS Charleseta and Noiman.

BANKS Leona and Curtis. SIMM Gloria and Charles. Canl of Thanks COLLINS, Vernon M.D. I wish to express my gratitude for tha many kindnesses evidenced in thought and deed and for your attendance at tha memorial service. Contributions may be sent to Dr.

Vernon Collina, Jr. Memorial Fund, co Local No. 400, San Francisco City and County Employes Union, 240 Golden Gate San Francisco, Ca. 94102. MRS.

VERNON COLLINS JR. TURNER, James S. Sr. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral offerings, cards of sympathy. Spiritual bouquets and donations to the Cancer Fund.

Special thanks to Cypress Lawn Cemetery and the staff of Dug-gan's Serra Mortuary. PHYLLIS TURNER Family SUKLE. Anton In memory of my beloved dad who passed away eight years ago today. Gone but not forgotten. TOMMY J.

FREGOSI SON 4834 MISSION. S.F. JU 5-3388 HENRY SCHRUMPF 911 VALENCIA ST. 647-8277 Funeral Directors For Funeral Information Call 861-7170 Comisky-Roche 3300 16th St. Monuments L.

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San Mateo County 7550580 Colma. Cahf PL 5-1727 S.F. OFFICE GA 1-4536 Organized 1844 Funeral Directors ijuicf dignity gracioui surroundingi DAPHNE FUNERALS I CHURCH STRUT 621-1313 WHtTAKER Lillian and leRoy, PAHKtR Vella and Haiold, RAYO Ester and Sjanl. I'roliiiles Filcil GAYLE Fliahelh Sweeney, on net)-tmri of Richard Hrownlev rayle. PAOLITTO Vim eno Autumn, on nation of Francesco Antunin PaoMtto NESS belmer on petition Of Alma M.

Olsen. In Memoriam Florists Cemeteries s8eauty" WITHIN JlA THE MEANS m3 OF ALL 5SlSi Mrs. Ida R. Bowman, Burlingame Funeral services for Mrs Ida Rundle Bowman of Bur lingame will be held tomor row at 3 p.m. at Noble Chapel of Cypress Lawn Memorial Park in Colma.

Mrs. Bowman worked for Levy Bros. Department Store in San Mateo County for 25 years until her retirement. She was the mother of so cially prominent Mrs. George Dyer and Mrs.

Ada-re ne Ross of Hillsborough and of Harry Bowman of San Francisco. She was the grandmother of Mrs. Prentis Cobb Hale III of San Francisco, Mrs. Clifford Livermore of Burlingame, George Dyer Lynn and Lee Ross of Hillsborough. She also had three great grandchildren.

Friends may call at Colonial Mo a of Crosby-N. Gray 2 Park Road, Burlingame, until 2 p.m. tomorrow. The family prefers contributions to the American Heart Association, 100 El Camino Real, Burlingame. Albert Hunter former Oakland architect, died yesterday of a heart attack in Santa Rosa.

He was 62. A native of Oakland and a graduate of the University of the 1 a i District of Oakland before his retirement five years ago. Mr. Hunter designed dozens of religious, residential, industrial and public buildings in Northern California. Among them were the St.

Joseph's Church in Cotati, Temple Beth Jacob in Oakland, St. Helena City Hall and St. Cornelius Church in Richmond. lie was a member of the American Institute of Architects. He is survived by daughters, Mrs.

Howard II. Hu-energardtand Mrs. John Danilovs of Oakland and Mrs. David Martin of Los Angeles; a brother, Ilavelock Hunter of Kensington; his stepmother, Mrs. Marian P.

Hunter of Redwood City; and five grandchildren. Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Paschal's Church, 37(H) Dor-isa Oakland. IVannt INmer TOKYO-(AP)-A Chinese farmer in Shantung province said he more than doubled his peanut production by applying the power of Chairman Mao Tse-tung's dialectical thought, Peking's New China News Agency reported.

OFFICIAL ADVERTISING CHARTER AMENDMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby Riven by the Board of Supervisors ol the City and County of ban Francisco that amendment to the Charter of said City and County have been ordered submitted for approval or disapproval at the general election to he held on Tuesday, November 3. 1970, and that copies of said Charter amendments may be obtained on application theretor at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 2J5, City Hall, in the City and County of San Francisco. Dated August 26,1170 HOFIFRT J. DOI AN CleiK of the Board of Supervisors of th City and County of San Fiancisc.o And. 31 thru No.

3. 1079t .11 He was a president of the American Neurological Association and in 1965 he was elected an honorary member of the Association. He was a founding member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and also a founding member of the American Academy of Neurology. He served as chairman of the A.M.A.'s section on nervous and mental diseases; was president of San Francisco's Neurological Society; was a member of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease and a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He leaves a daughter, Mrs.

Stephen Harrick of 2000 Washington St. and a son, Neal of the same address; two grandsons, Michael Schaller Ilerrick and Jerome Neal Herrick and a granddaughter, Andrea Florence Ilerrick. Mrs. Anna C. Norland i Dies at 101 Mrs.

Anna C. Norland, who celebrated her 101st birthday here three weeks ago, is dead. Mrs. Norland, who attributed her longevity to "clean living," died Monday in a convalescent hospital. Her husband, Alfred M.

Norland, a retired mining engineer, was 95 when he died six years ago. The couple and their three children came to the United States in 1911 from their native Norway. Mrs. Norland received birthday wishes from President Nixon, Governor Reagan, Sen. George Murphy and Robert M.

Ball, Social Security commissioner, when she celebrated her 101st birthday Sept. 30 at a party given by relatives and friends. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ingrid Petersen of San Francisco and Mrs. Alfhild Graham of Ta-coma.

and a son, Hans B. Norland of Klamath Falls, Ore. She also leaves six grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. There are also two sisters, llanna, and Arnolda, 96, both of Bodo, Norway. 50 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

Funeral services and burial will be held in Taeoma. Pel it ion for Release of Prisoners Petitions are being circulated by the Native Sons of the Golden West seeking the release of American prisoners held by the North Viet-n a according to John Grand President of thfl organi.a- lion. Dr. Walter F. Schaller, a distinguished neuropsychia-trist, died at the Bohemian Club, wher he lived, yesterday at the age of 91.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. at llalsled 1123 Sutter St. Dr. Schaller, born in Wisconsin, studied under Babin-ski in Paris and Oppenheim in Berlin. He was professor of medicine, division of neurology, at Stanford and was made an emeritus-professor in 1945.

For 45 years he was a neu-ropsychiatrist on the staff of the St. Francis Memorial Hospital where he helped establish the in and out-patient psychiatric departments in 1958. He was a consultant to the Veterans' Administration at Martinez Hospital and had been involved for many years with research into multiple sclerosis. Gun Spree Quelled By Copter 0 a 1 a 's experimental police helicopter was called into service last night to help track down a man who went on a shooting spree. The machine itself came under fire before a patrolman in a squad car brought down James 0.

Richardson, 38, with a shotgun blast. Iii-chardson, a mechanic, of 10120 E. 14th was reported in critical condition at Highland Hospital. Police said they received two calls during the evening that Richardson had threatened Carol Hatch, 39, with both a knife and a gun. On the second occasion, the call came from friends at 1044 With who said Richardson had a rifle and had fired several shots at the woman who was hiding in some bushes down the street.

The helicopter, piloted by Officer John Regan, was dispatched to light up the scene. Richardson fired at it twice, Regan reported, but missed both times. A bystander, Charles Las-ter, 4i, of 1629 85th attempted to wrest the rifle away from Richardson, but failed. Lasler, too, was fired on, but again the shots missed. Richardson was brought down by Patrol rn a Gary Delbridge, who fired twice with his shotgun as the suspect stood on a lawn in the spnl light from the hovering helicopter.

Skvjark Meeting r.RUSSKf-S (Belgium) -(AP) The United States announced yesterday it is calling; an international conference in Washington at the end of November on ways to combat air hijacking. Births Born to Mr. and AI10LD Dennis 9 Johnstont 8. a dauKhter. ARMSTRONG James 233 Paris 10.

son. AURELIO Raoul C. 40 Folsom Oct. 14, a dauuhter. BEAVER William 855 Waller No.

4, Oct. 7. a son. CEREGHINO Richard 114 Dalv c'v- Oct. 6.

a son. DEGRAEVE Patrick 544 Guer- u- a daughter. DIMITRATOS James 119 Florentine Oct. 8. a daughter.

FRAGA Carlos 3817 Folsom Oct. 8, a sou. FRANCO Alfonso. 943 So. Van Ness Sept.

2', a daughter. GARCIA Edwaid 157 Oct. 3. a son. HACHIYA John 313-2nd No.

5. Oct. 10, a daughter. HARTON Ronald 301 Buckingham road. Pacifica.

Sept. 14, a son. HAYES Arthur 134 Cameron way. Oct. 8.

a son. HO Johnny C. 2321 Kirkham Oct. 9. a daughter.

HOLZGANG Michael 1601 Sanchez st Apt. No. 3. Oct. 3, a daughter.

HORCmBAS Danilo 518 Naples Oct. 11, a daughter. H0YOS Valentin, 3475-16th st Apt. No. 6, Oct.

10, a daughter. ISAACS Michael 2609 Hillside arive. burlingame, Oct. 7. a son.

IRWIN Arthur 1275-21st Oct. 6. a son. JACOB Alfred L. 21 Laoidge Apt.

N'o. 5, Oct. 2, a daughter. JOUVETTE James 333 San Diego Daly City, Oct. 9.

a daughter. JONES Alvin, 1096 Paulou Oct. 6, a son. KAUPOE Kauooe. 1107 Valencia Oct.

9, a daughter. KENNADY Abner 2669 Wexford South San Francisco, Oct. 2, a son. KERHOULAS Dion 2101 California Mt. View, Oct.

6. a son. KING John 38blA-25th Oct. 8. a daughter.

LOPEZ Frank 3933 23rd Oct. 2, a daughter. MALATE Cirilo 216 Knowles Dalv Citv, Oct. 3. a daughter.

MALDONADO Andrew. 1C32A Hampshire Oct. 5. a daughter. NAMEA Larry 232 Geneva Oct.

8. a son. MARTINEZ Robert 3177-25th Oct. 7. a son.

MION Robert 1474-41st Oct. 4. a daughter. MIRANDA Daniel. 622V'j Precita Oct.

13. a daughter. MORET John 175 28th Apt. No. 3.

Oct. 5, a daughter. NIEV'ES Eligio. 403-29th St. Apt.

.1, Oct. 5. a daughter. 0NG Patrick 1888 Rio Verda Dalv Citv. Sept.

10. a daughter. 0RO. EZA Gregorio. 3674-19tfl Oct.

9. a daughter. PATTERSON Patrick 544 Ca-brillo st Oct. 10, a daughter. PIERALDI Dennis.

3465 25th No. 1, Oct. 6. a daughter. ROBLES Cruz 464 Edinburgh Oct.

6. a daughter. ROCHA Robert. 943A Russia Oct. 5.

a daughter. RODRIQUEZ Alex 1240 Geneva No. 5, Oct. 8. a son.

ROHLFING Walter A. III. 880 Po-trpro Oct. 6. a daughter, SMART Stephen 623 Taraval Oct.

13, a son. SHREVE Dennis 1416 Sweet-wood drive, Colma, Oct. 5, a riatiRhter. SCHULZ Armin 1385 Church Oct. 7, a son.

TORRES Roherto 43t Temple-ton Daly City. Oct. 6. a daughter. WAHL David 2946 Fleetwood drive.

San Bruno, Oct. 5. a daughter. WALSH Arthur 2361 Rolling-wood drive. San Bruno.

Oct. 9. a rlnnHhter. WHEELER Edward 300 Ocean Oct. 14.

a daughter. YEUN Bong 158 School Daly City, Oct. 10. a son. A certified copy ot a birth certili-rxte mav he nMeinpfl 1o' from the Department ot Public Hrallh 10! flrovo Stire' prison or nv niil Licenses Issued to: IFVINEMILLER Herbert R.

Levlne 310 2fith Ave. and Wendy A. Miller 26, 1W0 Fil- AICTIONS BEKINS VAN A STORAGE CO. WAREHOUSE AUCTION 13th Mission, S.F. THURSDAY, OCT.

22nd 10 A.M. Frank Gollo, Auctionaar Marie famano and Frank l. Leonetti; loving sister of Iganzio La-manna and Maria Aiello: also brother and sister in Italy; idolized grandmother of Richard and Diane Fabiano: a native of Italy, aged 80 years. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Thursday. October 22, at 8 30 a.m.

from the chapel Ot VALF.NTE, MARINI. PERATA 4810 Mission thence to Our Lady of Mercy Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Entombment Holy Cross Cemelery. Recitation of the Rosaiv. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.

Visiting hours until 9 p.m. COX Kimberly and Edward. ALEGRE Eduards and Janice. JOHNSON John and Diane. WEAVER Horace Jr.

and CANAYALDE John and Carol. Interlocutory Decrees DIAZ Allies and Anthony. UtOHGE lohnetla and Addison. BAR flS Barbaia and James. MCESFR Manuel and Maria.

1 AYLUR Roy and Linda. McOUNNELL baiah and Thomas..

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