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v v v v V -v -y . ; DEATHS .'.lixauiturr-Page 39 ft Fri., July 26, 1974- 0 IS LOST & FOUND 50 PERFORMING ARTS ANDERSON, John E. CALLAGHAN, Margaret DERBY, Harold Kenntth DYKSTRA, Margaret A. FJELLMAN, Muriel Aloha r RANCO, Rosa . GEHLEN, Paul T. GURNEY, B.Wayne KELLEY, William Joseph KOBAYASHI, TokuKo Kato MaclNTYRE, Gordon H. McGOURTY, Madeleine MIAKSHA. Marina S. MILJEVICH, Risto M. (Chris) RIGAUMONT, Maria Louis SILVA, Emily D. STEFFENS. Everett G. STIGMAN, Francis L. WEILL, Gretel B. ANDERSON, John E. In this city, July 2a, 1974. John E. nnuer- ' son; loving lather of Warner Anderson and Mrs. Barbara Kelleri , also survived by five grandchild dren and one great-grandchild;-a native of Sweden: aged 74 years. Services Saturday at 2 p.m., at HOGAN & SULLIVAN, 1266 Nintn Ave. near Lincoln Way (Sunset District). Inurnment, private. J. W. Bianco 0. J. Sullivan CALLAGHAN, Margaret In Daly City,. July 25, 194, Margaret Cat-lagnan, beloved sister of the late - Mary Cox, Kathryn and Maurice Callaghan, loving aunt of Miriam Corhery, Catherine Hasund, Ber-nadette Sousa, Dolores Neilson, Maurice and Francis Callaghan, John and Francis Cox and the late Margaret Canepa, William, Robert and Joseph Cox; a native of Ballybunion, County Kerry, Ireland: agea 87 years; a memoer of the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Anthony's Church. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services Saturday, July 27, at 8:30 a.m.. from DUG-G A N 'S SERRA Mortuary, 500 i Westlake Ave. at Junipero Serra - Blvd., Daly City; thence to St. Emydius Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offerer! at 9 a.m. Rosary Friday evening, , 7 o'clock. Private interment, Monday, Holy Cross Cemetery. Spiritual bouquets preferred. THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY DERBY, Harold Kenneth In Richmond, July 16, 1974, Harold Kenneth Derby; husband of Helen G. Derby; father of James Derby and Mildred Fitting; ". brother of Dr. Helen Deaton; also survived by five grandchildren; a native of Oregon, aged 64 years; an award-winning 5 jeweler in the Bay Area for 25 - years. . ( . , . Memorial services were held. ; The family prefers contributions to the Contra Costa Heart Asso- ' ciation, Wanut Creek. 0YKSTRA, Margaret A. In this , city, July 24, 1974. Margaret . ' Dykstra, dearly beloved wife of William J. Dykstra. loving mother i of William Nyhan Dykstra, James : Henry Dykstra and Baroara bleu ' Barmettler, idolized grandmother of seven grandchildren; dear sister of Nora P. Nyhan and Mary ; A. Gressler; a native of S.F.: a . retired teacher of .the S.F. Sch-. ool District. :,; Friends may calf after 12 noon on .Saturday and are invited to - attend the funeral on Monday, July 29, at 8:30 a.m., from the : Chapels of VALENTE. MARINI, '. PERATA ft CO.. 4840 Mission St.; i thence to Church of the Epi-. phany, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered commencing at 9 a.m. Interment, Holy i Cross Cemetery; Recitation of ., the Rosary on Minoay evening at 8 O CIOCK. FJELLMAN. Muriel Aloha In San . Francisco, July! 20, 1974, Muriel Aloha Fiellman, J mother of Alexa 1 Puananl Young; grandmother of i Kimberly Mapuana Young: a na-tive of Honolulu, Hawaii; aged ; 53 years. i , Friends are linvited -to attend memorial serv'tes Saturday, July , 27, at 11 a.m.Jat Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, Tamalpais ;.. Drive and Redwood Ave., Corte Madera. FRANCO. Rosa 4 In this city. July . 25. 1974. Rosa.Franco: dearly be- - loved wife of i John Franco; devoted mother of Anita Baker, Do- , lores Calegari and Carl Franco; 5 idolized grandmother of Constance Dollosso, Carol, Dennis - and Diana Baker. Michelle, Karen . and Michael Calegari, Paula and Brenda Franco and three great- grandchildren; loving mother-in- - law of Earl Baker. William Calegari end Germaine Franco: a na- I' tive of Italy; aged 71 years: a member of Branch No. 59, I.C.F. ' Friends may call after 7 a.m. on Saturday and are invited to attend the 'funeral on Monday, July 29. at 9 a.m., from the Chao-els of VALENTE, MARINI, PERA- -1 TA & CO. 4840 Mission St.; thence to Church of the Visita-cion. where a Mass of Christian Burial will De orterea commenc-. ing at 9:30 a.m. Entombment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation WEILL, : of the Rosary on Sunday evening at 8o clock. GEHLEN, Paul T. In San Francisco, July 25, 1974 Paul T. Gehlen, loving husband of Marie . Gehlen of Corte Madera, father of Michael, Bobby, Patsy and i Mary Gehlen; dear brother of Mary Cianciolo, Margaret Suner and Barbara Mullen, Rosarv Fridav. 8 D.m. ' Services Saturday 8 a.m. DAPHNE FUNERALS MARIN 601 Tamaloais Drive, 1 Corte Madera Mass of Christian Burial. 9 a.m. St. Patrick's Church, Larkspur Interment. Mt, Olivet, S.R. GURNEY, B. Wayne - In San Fran-. Cisco, July 24, 1974, B. Wayne Gurney; dearly beloved husband of Lena J. Gurney, beloved father of James and Wayne A. Gurney. loving grandfather of Joshua, Thomas and Linda Gurney: : loving brother of Ruby Culbert-i son. Dorothy and Wanda Willis. Walter and Maynard L. Gurney and the late Mae Willis and Blue Bell Weaver; loved by many nephews end nieces; a native of Oregon; a member of the Mill-men's Union Local No. 43 and the Franciscan Club of St. Anthony's Church. Friends may attend the funeral , services 1 p.m. Saturday, July 27. at ANDERSON'S. Valencia St. -t 25th St. Interment, private. Rosary 8 p.m. Friday. ; ANDERSON'S f FUNERAL PARLORS ; VISITOR PARKING KELLEY, William Joseph At" rest, July 24. 1974, William Joseph Kei-ley. dearly beloved husband of Isabelle Kelley; dear father of Maryanne Hottal; loving grandfather of Kelley, Robert, Frank and Jonathan: also survived bv four nephews: a native of Massa-1 chusetts; aged 76 years: a Life Member of the Elks Lodge No. 959 in Massachusetts, f Friends may attend funeral 'services on Saturday. Julv 27 at 9 a.m. from GARDEN CHAPEL, 885 El Camino Real. South San Francisco, thence to St. Veronica's Catholic Church. 434 Alida Way. South San Francisco, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered commencing at 9:30 a.m Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary, Fridav (tonight) at 8 p.m. GARDEN CHAPEL 583-2510 766 KOBAYASHI. Tokuko Kato In New York. Julv 23. 1974, Tokuko Kate Kobayashi; wife of the late Masasuke Kobayashi; a native of Japan; aged 89 years; a Salvation Army Officer. Interment, Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Colma. Monday. July 20 at 10 a.m.. Salvation Army officiating. 4840 MaclNTYRE. Gordon H. July 23. 1974. Gordon H. Maclntyre: husband of Edna Maclntyre; father of children who loved him. Private services were held HALSTED ft CO.. 1123 Sutter St. 8 McGOURTY, Madeleine In this city, July 24, 1974, Madeleine Mcourty; dearly beloved wife of Charles McGourty; devoted mother of her only daughter Jeanne - Prudhomme and loving Michael mother of John and Michael McGourty; daughter of the late Louis and Anita Prudhomme; loving sistei of Marie Reece of Mill Valley and Jeannette Sainsbury o Las Vaga, Nevada; loving grandmother of six and great-grandmother of one; a native of San Jose, Calif. Funeral arrangements pending at the Memorial Chapels of CAR-EW & ENGLISH, Masonic at Golden Gate Ave. ; MIAKSHA, Marina S. in this city. July 24, 1974, Marina S. Miaksha; loving mother of Mrs. A exandria Lozovoy and Mrs. Anna Kasatkis and Michael Russ: survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends may call after 2 P.m. Friday and are invited to attend the funeral Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Evergreen Mortuary Of McAVOY O'HARA CO.. Geary Biva. at Tenth Ave. interment, Serbian Cemetery. Panihida, Friday at 7 p.m. McAVOY O'HARA CO. MILJEVICH, Risto M. (Chris)-Sud-denty in Santa Cruz, Tuesday, July 23. 1974, Risto M. (Chris) Miljevich; husband of Mrs. Violet Miljevich, father of Ted and Christine Miljevich, all of Santa Cruz; son of Mr. & Mrs. Mi jo R. Miljevich; brother of Nicholas Milievich, all of Saratoga; Mrs. Mary Gacanich of Sutter Creek; uncle of Mitchell Milievich of Saratgoa; Luke, Christopher, Zar and Nicholas Milievich, all of Fresno; brother-in-law of John Gacanich, of Sutter Creek; Mr. & Mrs. Pete Sulaver of Cupertino. Kosary win pa recited Friday evening (tonight) at 8 o'clock, in the Adair Drawing Room. Funeral Mass Saturday, 12 noon, St. Archangel Michael Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church, 18870 Allendale Avenue, Saratoga. The Rev. Stolji Mich, the Rev. Lube Radulovich and the Rev. Dusan Bunovich will be the celebrants. Entombment, Serbian Cemetery, Colma. Friends may pay their respects at the Funeral Home until 9 o'clock Saturday morning and after 10 o'clock at the Church, where Mr. Miljevich will lie in state until the Mass. Arrangements: W. KENT ADAIR Home for Funerals 115 No. Santa Cruz Ave. Los Gatos FIRST SERBIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Officers and members are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, Risto Milievich. M. Golubovich, President Petar J. Lucich, Secretary RIGAUMONT, Maria Louise In Burlingame, July 25, 1974, Marie Louise Kigaumont, Deioved wife of the late Alexander Rigaumont, devoted mother of Jeannette Muetzenberg, Marie Ranger and victonne uoraon; loving mother-in-law of Dave R. Muetzenberg; grandmother of Jeannette Swindell. Dave R. Muetzenberg Jr., Geraldine Ronning and Raymond Ranger; also survived by 10 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews in Eu rope: a native of Belgium; aged 83 years. Rosary will h recited p.m. Sunday, July 28, and a Funeral Blessing at 10-30 a.m.. Monday, both at N. rRAY . C 4000 Nineteenth Ave. at Sargent, interment. Coden Ca-.e National Cemetery. SILVA, Emily D. In this city, July 24, 1974. Emily D. Silva;'be-loved wife of the late Manuel M. Silva; dear sister of Anna Beis-swanger and Agnes Councilman Daunet and the late Elizabeth Rafter and Mary Noonan; also survived by several nieces and nephews; a native of San Francisco. Funeral Saturday at 8:30 a.m., fro m GANTNER-FELDER-KENNY Chapel, 1965 Market St. at Du-boce Ave.: thence to Notre Dame des Victoires Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Rosary Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Frivate interment, Monday, at Holy Cross Cemetery. STEFFENS, Everett G. In San Francisco, July 22. 1974, Everett G. Steffens; beloved son of the late George and Eda Steffens; loving nephew of Mrs. Tillie Fur- . rer or rieomont: also survived bv several cousins: a Life Member or American federation of Musicians. Local 6. Private services were held. ASHLEY & McMULLEN Interment, Olivet Memorial Park. Contributions to Heart Fund or ravonte cnarities, preferred. STIGMAN, Francis L. In this City, July 25. 1974. Francis L. Stigman; dearly beloved husband of Anna Stigman: dear stepfather of Sandra Murry, Perry, Patricia and Rebecca Quinn; a native of Washington. Friends may call after 7 p.m. on Friday and are invited to attend the funeral services on Saturday. Julv 27. at 130 n m at the Chapels of VALFNTE. MARINI, PERATA & CO.. 4840 Mission sr. interment, private. Gretel B. 25. 1974: In Burlingame, Gretal B. Weill, S.F., Calif., be- Rnhert Waill nf July late of South loved wife of aoum san rrancisco; a native of Germany: aged 75 years. Funeral services Sunday at 1 p.m.. at the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS. El Camino Real at Millwood Drive, Millbrae. Private inurnment to follow. Contributions to your favorite charity preferred. J. FREG0SI & SON - 4834 Mission, SF 585-3386 Cemetery Lots Florists PLOT Choic Skvlawn sinrrle-dou- Die. $475. Private party. 322-2680. Cremations No Fuss Funeral Ds! Mar Plan ; $250 ' Minimal Services By Professional Licensed Fjneral Directors Serving The Entire Bay Area for 85 years , 2414 Grove St.. Berkeley Phone (415) 841-2538 DIRECT CREMATION $247.50 "No Other Costs" ' Free toat tor S .. . e i l ' Call Collect: (707) 644-7474 "Since 1929" Funeral Directors HALSTED & COMPANY 1123 Sutter 1 673-3000 24 hrs All Services Fully Itemized CALIFORNIA FUNERAL SERVICE Valencia St. 431-4227 A service to suit Every meea Vailente Marini Perata Mission St. . 333-0161 quitt dignity . . grscious tunounjimgi DAPHNE FUNIRALS 1 CHUMCH STIIIT 62T-1313 Joseph Eichler, the Joseph L. Eichler, who built homes for tens of thousands of Northern Californi-ans in the years after World War II, died of a heart attack last night at Sequoia Hospital. Mr. Eichler, who was 74, founded Eichler Homes, Inc., in 1947, and subsequently built more than 18 major developments in Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Terra Linda, Lucas Valley and Contra Costa County. During his latter career, he turned to high-rise complexes, such as the Eichler Summiit at 999 Green St. here. He was responsible for abut 6,000 housing units in San Francisco, including both high-rise and town house types. Mr. Eichler had been semi-retired the past four years, but he was still in home-building on the Peninsula. Before starting his career, one that made "Eichler homes" almost a brand name, he had served for 20 years as office manager and vice president-treasurer of Nye & Nisson, Inc., then the largest independent butter and egg wholesaler on the West Coast. Born in New York City, UfrlCIAL ADVERTISING SUMMARY OF ACTIONS Board of Supervisors RECESSED MEETING OF JULY 22, 1174 CALENDAR ITEMS: Kesoiution approving revised schedule of rates to be charged by the San Francisco Water Department for water service in San Francisco and suburban areas. File 396-74-2. REFUSED ADOPTION. Ordinance amending Salary Standardization Ordinance Charter Section 8.403 (Crafts), by amending salary scneduies and certain working conditions tor classes subiect to Hie provisions of Charier Section 8403. effective July 1. 1974. File 103-74-3. FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance amending the Annual Appronnaiion Ordinance for the fiscal year 1974-75, in order to reflect certain revenue appropriation ad-lustments and expenditure appropriation adjustments necessary to meet requirements for the fiscal year 1974-75 under the provisions of Section 8.403 of the Charter: an emergency measure. File 101-74-18. FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75 by adjusting the salary schedules, effective July 1, 1974, to provide rates of pay for classes subiect to Section 8.403 of the Charter and by adjusting the health and welfare benefits for certain crafts and related classifications for the fiscal year 1974-75; an emergency measure. File 102-74-13. FINALLY PASSED. Charter amendment amending Section 6.306 to require a two-thirds vote on certain suoDlemental annra- pnation ordinances. (Supervisors Molinan. Koop). File 419-73. ORDERED SUBMITTED. OFF CALENDAR ITEMS: The following items were introduced on Roll Call and action taken or committee reference made as shown:' Resolution: File 42-74-33, prooosed resolution presented by Supervisor Francois: Authorizing temporary closing of portion of Florida Street. ADOPTED. Motion: File 6-74. proposed motion presented by Supervisor Nelder: That the Board send their get-well wishes to Miss Melissa Musara. ADOPTED. Requests: Request of Supervisors Kopo and Nelder for a hearing to attempt to overcome the obstacles of the Port Commission to allow the Police Department's Youth Fishing Pro- Rram from using Pier 41. PLANING. HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Presentation in Board of a petition bv Rotina Danzie. Cnmmimltv Advisory Board. Westide Community Mental Health Center, asking tnat the Police Department take action on the litter laws and the Department of Public Works to provide a water truck to wash down Divisadero Street fiv times a wk. COVFPNMENTAL SERVICES COM- M I Tr c. Copies of measures summarlrerf above may be obtained on person al application at the Clerk's Office, Room 235. City Hall or UDon mailed application accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ROBERT J. DOLAN. C eric July 26. 1974 It SUMMARY OF ACTION Finance Committee Board of Supervisors July 24. 1974 SUMMARY OF CALENDAR ITEMS OF GENERAL PUBLIC INTEREST: Ordinance approving first amendment of Lease between the Citv and County and the fiolden Gate -stnan centre. Lta.. to Drnvine for installation of portable stalls in Po'den r?:te Park, and to charge a fee therefor. File 62-73-5. (Recrea-t-on an'l Park Deot.) CnNf IPFPA- TION CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. ordinance appropriating jbs 9io for compensation insurance. Office of Safe.y and Health Administration: and rescinding $85,940 from compensation insurance. Employ ees' Retirement System. File 101-74-11. (Controller) CONTINUED TO JULY 31. Resolution accepting monetary i.;s -.rem various donors to provide matching cash funds for various '.ro;ect pile J8-74-iO. favors ut- fice of Criminal Justice Council) tiv -O. MENDED. Resolution fixina once for San Francisco Traffic Code: superseomg price set forth in Resolution No. 672-72. File 56-74-2. (Purchaser) REC- OMMtNDEO. Resolution accepting various girts from various donors tor use by the Recreation and Park Deot. File 38- 74-31. (Recreation and park Dept.) RECOMMENDED. Ordinance amending the Bui ding Code bv amending Section 303. A thereof, relating to permit fees for ronstr cfion. a teration and repair of buildings. File 359-74-1. (Public Works Dept.) (-oDies or measures summarized above may be obtained upon personal ano'ication at the Clerk's Office. Room 235. City Hall, or upon mailed application accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ROBER I J. DOLAN. C ark July 26. 1974 It OFFICIAL ADVERTISING PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF HEARING TO CONSIDER REV S ON OF EXISTING SCHEDULE OF RATES. FARES. AND CHARGES BY THE MUNICIPAL RAILWAY AS RELATE TO THE MUNICIPAL RAIL WAY TRANSFER RULES. The Public Utilities commission of the City and County of San Fran cisco hereby gives notice that it will he-Id a public hearing to consider revision of the existing schedule of rates, fares, and charges by the Municipal Railway so as to establish revised Municipal Railway transfer rules. The Commission has fixed Tues day. Ausust 13. 1974 at 2:30 n m of said date as the time, and Room 282. City nail, san r-rancisco. Cali fornia, as the place for making any necessary order or orders establish- in? wci revisions. Bv order of the Public Utilities Commission. ueorge L. care,-Acting Secretary and Asistant General Mimnr July 22.23, 5t af i A "- r 4 JOSEPH L. EICHLER Heart attack at 74 Mr. Eichler was a graduate of New York University, and came to the Bay Area in the early 1920s. He was a member of the Adlai Stevenson presidential nomination delegations in 1956, 1960 and 1964, and chairman of the San Mateo County "Stevenson for President" organization. Mr. Eichler served as a member of former Gov. Edmund G. Brown's Commission on Metropolitan Area Problems, the Golden Gate Authority Commission, and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, and was a trustee of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Pie and his wile, Lillian, OFFICIAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING INITIAL EVALUATIONS OF PROJECTS (Environmental Review Process) Projects for week ot July 22, 1974 Notice is hereby given to the general public of the following actions concerning Initial Evaluations of Projects under the Environmental Review Process. Documents concerning thee projects are available for puolic inspection at the Department of City Planning, 100 Larkin Street 'NEGATIVE DECLARATION The initial evaluation conducted by the Department of City Planning determined that the following projects could not have a significant effect on the environment, and that no environmental impact report is required. Accordingly, a Negative Declaration has been issued. Any appeal of this determination to the City Planning Commission must be filed with the Department within 10 days following the data of this notice. EE74.164: Public assembly Building; 2540-42 Diamond Street, Lots 8 and 9 in Assessor's Block 6700; Jehovah Witness assembly building, seating 130. reauiring BPA No. 435657. EE74.166: Cable Car Line Extension; Taylor. Bay and Jefferson Streets, Seawall Lot 301 in Assessor's Block 004: Extension of Powell-Mason cable car line. EE74.193: Community Safety Plan; a proposed element of the Comprehensive Plan for the City and County of San Francisco. APPEAL OF EIR REQUIREMENT An aDDeal has been filed from the determination by the Department of city Planning tnat the following project may nave a significant effect on the environment and that an Environmental Impact Report must be prepared. The City Planning Commission will consider the appeal and other matters at a public hearing on Thursday. August 8. 1974, beginning at 2:30 P.M.. Room 282. City Hall. EE74.170: Banking and Office Building: Northeast corner California and Sansome Streets, Lots 3 and S in Assessor's Block 238; Banking hall with office tower above 2" floors, requiring orn INO. 4JbZtZ. Selina Bendix Environmental Review Officer Julv 26. 1974 It AN INVITATION FOR MEDIA PROPOSAL TO FURNISH TIME AND SPACE FOR MUNICIPAL RAILWAY INFORMATIONAL AND PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING Notice is hereby given that the General Manager of Public Utilities, San Francisco Public Utilities Com mission, will receive written media proposals to furnish time and space and related advertising services for Municipal Railway (Muni) informational and promotional advertising in the San Francisco Bay Area. Proposals should cover a 10- month period and a total expenditure not to exceed $50,000. The Mum desires sucn time and space in a balanced advertising pro gram, including TV, radio and outdoor advertising. This is not an invi tation tor proposals trom advertis ing agencies. Proposals should be submitted in schedule form, designating the number of 60- andor 30-second soots Der week and the time clas sifications, along with the num ber and sizes of outdoor displays. Proposals should a so include any assistance that can be offered in creating or producing said broadcast and outdoor program. . Prooosals must be addressed to John D. Crowtev, General Manager of Public Utilities. 287 City Hall, San Francisco. California 94102. and must be received no later than Monday, August 12, 1974. GEORGE L. CAREY Acting Secretary and Assistant General Manaeer Julv 26. 27. 1974 2t INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS Proposal forms available in Room 351, City Hall, to be received in Room 282 between 2:00 and 2:30 p.m. on date shown. AUGUST T, 1S74-WEDNESDAY Spec. 23,703-San Francisco Zoological Gardens Rehabilitation Water Piping for Parrot Cages and Great Aiies Area (RP-861) Returnable deposit $10. Let en lump sum basis. Spec. 21.747-San Francisco Zoological Gardens African Scene Hippo Pool Drainare fRP-171) Returnable deposit $10. Lot en lump sum basis. Spec. 23.7!S-Var;ous locationi Gasoline Storage Tank Vanor Recovery Facilities. Returnable de-noit $18. Bid en cost par unit of work performed basis. Contorts wi'l nrnvirfe for l.inui-dated Damages as fixed In specifj-r.f'on. A certified chck or corporate surety bond of 10 of the amount hid must accompany each proposal Ri'ht is ree've'l fo reipcf any or all M'ls. Anpm"ed Inly'" Vi. Director Pub. Wks. 726. 2774 2t INVITATION FOR RIDS Due 2 PM. '12'74 rnrms vilab 270 Citv HU "id No. wt Pi'es. Eucalyptus Bid No. 582 Transfer & Ticket Boxes Bid No. Poles. Line Con-st'"Cion. Rtret Lhting Riht rerved to reject any and 'l oronosais. FACTION OP BID-ORDFR $9111 Public nn'iee it hrehv gin that kM submitted July 10, 174 for ne. JHT John Mrtawn Park errco Street Lihtin n1 Kifil wer are hereby rejected. mrnvd- JlllV . 1$'4. m-vrtor Pub. Works 7 ?6-74 It NOTICE OF SALE NO. 11t INSULATED COPPER WIRE Bid Form available in Room 270 City Hall, to be returned not later than August 9. 1974 at 1:00 PM. Purchases of Supplies 72S74 It builder pledged $150,000 to the Stanford Law School in 1963 to support its work in constitutional law .and civil rights. He was also a member of the Lake Merced Golf and Country Club from 1932 to 1967, and of the Palo A!to Chamber of Commerce. In addition to his wife, Mr. Eichler i& survived by two sons, Richard nd Edward, and by four grandchildren. , Funeral arrangements are pending. Mass for Barbara Goklie A memorial Mass lor Pe-n l n s u 1 a socialite Barbara Ann (Nan) Goldie, whose remains were found near Coi-ville, Wash., a year ago, will be offered at 10:30 next Thursday in the small chapel of St. Dominic's Church. Bush and Steiner streets. . The one-time Stanford student disappeared during' a trip to the Pacific Northwest. Cause of death has not been determined. Frank P. Dolierty, Los Angeles attorney and civic leader, Wednesday, in La Canada, aged 88. OFFICIAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Health and Environment Committee Board of Supervisors Room 228, City Hall Tuesday, July 30. 1974 2:00 p.m. SUMMARY OF CALENDAR ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST: Communication from California Regional Water Quality Control Board, transmitting its resolution adopting a policy statement re responsibilities of waste dischargers and procedure for filing self - monitoring andor technical reports: eic. File fto. 287-73-8. 'Draft Environmental Impact Report, MTC Regional Transportation Plan, March 31, 1974. Proposed revisions to Regional Transportation Plan, June 17, 1974. Appendix to Draft Environmental Impact Report, dated June 18, 1974. The Drait EIR and Appendix constitute the final EIR for the Regional Transportation Plan adopted in June. 1973. File No. 289-74. Communication from People's Ballroom in the Park, requesting hearings to consider revision of the noise ordinance. File No. 413-74. Draft ordinance, relating to animal control, adding various regulations to vicious dogs. File No. 136-74-1. (Koop) Unless designated by an asterisk, copies of above measures may be obtained upon personal application at the Clerk's Office. Room 235, City Hall, or upon mailed application accompanied by a stamped, self - addressed envelope. ROBERT J. DOLAN. Clerk July 26. 1974 It PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF HEARING TO CONSIDER REVISION OF EXISTING SCHEDULE OF RATES. FARES, AND CHARGES BY THE MUNICIPAL RAILWAY FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHARGE FOR A SENIOR CITIZEN MUNI MONTHLY PASS. The Public Utilities Commission of the Citv and County of San Francisco hereby gives notice that it will hold a public hearing to consider revision of the existing schedule of rates, fares, and charges by the Municipal Railway to establish a charge for a Senior Citizen Muni Monthly Pass. The Commission has fixed Tuesday. August 13, 1974. at 2:45 p.m.. of said date as the time, and Room 282. Citv Hall. San Francisco. Cali fornia, as the place for making any necessary order or orders establishing said charge. By order of the Public Utilities Commission. George L. Carey Acting Secretary and Assistant General Manager July 22,23,24,25,26. 1974 5t 15 LOST & FOUND BRACELET - Gold Charm. Lost. HELEN-JOAN. 992-4287 Days. BRACELET inscription of Mabel Fok. Reward. 752-1432 CAMERA found So. Tahoe 720 1243 Picasso Dr. Sunnyvale CAP lost, SFFD firemen's w cap piece No. 907 752-8529 CAT White Manx, lost 720, Shel- ter Creek Apts. 871-1796 CAT, Grey. M, wwht face, coir. $5 rew. 731-0639 . Flee CAT lost White fern $25 reward. Days 445-5886; eve 563-3983 CAT lost. Siam. M., wht'blk f. 721 G.G. Pk. Rew. 387-1022 DOG. Lost San Jose area 717. Siberian Huskie pup. 12 weeks, brwnwh. blue eyes, blk. markings around eyes. Liberal rew. 408-923-6112. DOG. Lost Fe. pup 7 20 Height Ashbury. White ft black, one blue eye. Reward. 864-4567, 661-3313. 41C Carl St. DOG, Golden Ret., female, 1 yr. old. lost 721 in RHEEM Valley, wearing beads. Generous rew 376-5866 DOG lost 719 Brn. curly hair, dies. Bay Retriever vie. Glen Pk. Mile Hi Rabies Tag. Reward. 584-9018 DOT.. Irith set f. 72L MktlSth. Rew. 621-4838: 552- 0136. DOG lost M. blk wwhite markings, nr 24thGuerrero. "Calvin" Reward. 648-7684 DOGS. 2 Dalmatians, liverwhite. Vic. Castro and Elizabeth. 824-90B6 '585-5604. Reward. DOG lost red cream Afghan fern. July 4 Greenbrae. "Phead-ra" Rew. Anytime 461-2569 BOG lost 79. Daim. mix. Black ears. Vic. Millbrae. Urge ward. 697-5990. Re- DOG fnd. Aust. Shep. f. Blue Merle. Chain coll. Hwy. 101 nr, Trinidad. (702) 831-1277 DOG Huskie White. M. Visitacion Vlly. Rew. 346-7190, EARRING sentimental, reward Stanford Ct.. Rose Cab. Ernies, Write this pape' ad 21523 ENVELOPE, (wtife). lost S. F Int. Airport. Central Terminal, 718 showed Eng Cheong Peng Kee (HK) LTD. Hong Kong May have been found by serviceman who talked to us at Northwest Airlines Gate 36. Urgent call 75?-95l'0 MOVIE Camera, small in a Bell & Howell cae. wfilm. Black, lost 722 Vic. Airport, no questions asked reward Collect (201) 351-7060. PURSE Brn. leath.. shoulder . brass ring clasp. Oakland Grand Bellevue Sts. 342-3558 DOG. Afghan F. tanwhite. Lost Dolores Park. Rew. 755-2570 WALLET, brown. Please return Reward. 2101 Pacific Ave. Apt 503. 567-0734 WATCH lost, ladies' Omega, Da- vis, bet. Mkt.Sac. 878-9129. WATCH, Mans name on dial, lost S.F. Reward. 408-246-5702. LOST or FOUND A RETT Call Protect-A-Pet 586-2324 30 PERSONALS R.A.F. pilots: Those stationed at Biggin Hill during Battle of Britain and knowing whereabouts of Sad. Leader Nigel Africa, contact Henry Africa, 928-7044. Probating estate, reauest ur-gent reply. NEED someone taking a pvt. boat to Hawaii to ship mv cat. Call collect 1-612-698-7060. LILA Bear, we love you and are worried. Please call old number or write. Love. H.B. 31 BUSINESS NOTICES DEBT PROBLEMS CAN'T BALANCE THE FAMILY BUDGET? We can show you how attorney's and professional debt adjustors do It. We'll show you how to organize and prorate your income and supply all the necessary forms and instructions. Send $5.50 today to: THE SHERIDEN COMPANY 112 ARMSTRONG ST. LAKEPORT. CALIF. 95453 MARINEWORLD DISCOUNT Going to Marineworld? Company has excess gen. admission tick- . ! (value S490 .). No limit by mail et $3.00 ea. (415) 441-3666. 8-5 Mr. Long BANKRUPTCY Get out of debt! Do your own! Keep home ($20,000 equity). clothes. $2,500. furn; T.V. etc. Af TER BANKRUPTCY American Bankruptcy Council 2525 Van Ness (415) 441-5175 Divorce (without an altorneyl Cantor ma Divoice Council Write or Phone: 2525 Van Ness. SF 441-5157 3101 Telegraph, Berk. 549 0404 QUICK DIVORCE Why wait over 6 mos. to be divorced in Calif.? Be diverced in 3 days! Write Dominican Divorce Service. 110 Sutter. No. 800. S.F. Ph: 956-5171. Horse Racing Professional WINNING Info. FAST RESULTS & SCRATCHES 861-6397 , 864-4260 1005 Market. Urn. 212. Sc 94103 DRINKING PROBLEM? The correct first step is to dial 928-3400 on how to end it without group meetings. A record-ed discussion. PLASMA DONORS " Earn $48 per mo. or more. $12 per week or more OPEN Mon-Fri: 6:30-3 PM PLASMA CENTER 973 Mission St; SF 421-3927 SUNBATHING RESORT TENNIS. 100 tan, sauna, pools. restaurant. Keasoname rates. FREE info. LUPIN LODGE Box 1274. LOS Gatos. Ca. 95030 FOR THAT ALL OVER TAN Visit the Sequoians Family sunbathing park. Heated pool, volly ball, hiking trails. Box 2095. Castro Valley. Ph: 582-0194 TOO MANY BILLS? Pavmenli too high? Worried? Call or write to us for help. Just one place to pay. CREDIT PLAN CO. 604 Mission, Rm. 806 495-6800. SELF-HVPNOSIS or hypnotism. Classes forming. Free broch. (Since 1944) PIERRE CLEMENT 986-4883 ANGEL ISLAND-TIBURON PERRY SERVICE Daily thru Sept. 10. from Fisherman's Wharf. Call 398-1141. PLAY FASCINATION An Exciting Game of Skill Open Daily 12 Noon to 1 AM 1027 Marke S.F. Unwanted Pregnancy Low cost pregnancy test & abor-tion. Free info: 824-5;53 simpsoN lEE" paper Co. " 1600 Crocker Plaza, S.F. Ca. An equal opportunity employer INVENTIONS-IDEAS WANTED Burlingame 697-7387 East Bay 937-7288 Sunnyvale 736-9145 INVENTIONS WANTED. Cash or Royalties. Free search plan. Pat, appl. Finance 835-8895 WOULD you like to have e plant party in your home? For more info, call 326-9447. ON THE BAY Charter a vessel for your own group party. Up to 500 persons. 982-1600 GOLO-SILVErf. We Buy ft Sell-Daily auotes. 788-025!,. Golden State CoinCommodities SILVER dollars-Pay $4 up; silver coins 170 up; silver bars Steve's 330 Gough 431-0614 TOUPEE TAPE, 3 rolls $1,00 $1.26 by mail Jacques Franc 210 Post; Rm. 1002. SF 94108 AM writing short stories, need exp. help with grammar. Write this paper ad no. 21522 WANT SILVER $S$ US COINS J.J.C. Coins 633 Post 474-7636 PUBLISHED author will revise. ghostwrite, edit, type 567-4562 have V6u HEard The bifeTV Sinatra Single? 626-6700 ANSWERING SERVICE $S Monthly 864-300O CASH for distressed mdsa. Fast service. 562-399 anytime. SELF-DIVORCE. $25. EXPERT. ALL COUNTIES (41S) 673-3317 DAILY help lor your lit. Bible recording. Dial 752-5515 40 MONEY LOANED BUSINESS LOANS Funds Available for Working Capital or any Business Need $5,000 to $500,000 or more Secured by Combination of Bus. Equip, or Real & Pers prop. Broker inquires Invited CALL COLLECT MR. WARNER San Jose (408) 288-8026 MERCANTILE FINANCIAL CORP. SIGNATURE LOANS trom $5000 uo tor professionals and executives. For debt consolidations, office set-ups or venture capital 689-4196 Wanted 40-1 EARN 10 INVEST IN WELL SECURED S.F. REAL ESTATE LOANS Mr. Gains 397-1700 Buckee Thome & Co. Bank of America Center REALTOR MARRIED couple nds. $10,000 loan to buy house. High interest OK, exc. refs. Write this pa- per Ad No 29804. $55,000, 10 plus. Well secured by 1st on excel, home a income property, overlooking Bay Area. 886-3838 INVESTORS into S.F. bated sales service co. Mm. $50,000 861-5942 eveS.443-1184 INVESTOR needed tor trucking CO. Jim 415-843-2198 eves. 50 PERFORMING ARTS VOCALIST-Lead. Exp'd. High en ergy. R & K. 8Z6-3784 EXPERIENCED DRUMMER want ed tor c ft w Bang. bi-64p AUDITIONS. New City Theatre. Time of your lite, can 525-6461 REEDMAN Pianoinan available for all work. Ron. 588 9084 AUDITIONS for "Suos in Your Eve," A HILARICk.! COMEDY. UC Extension, 220 Buchanan, SF. Calif. July 25. 10:30 2.-30 1 July 26. 2 30-5. Equity ft non-Equity parts. MUSICIANS. Street for Salvation Navy Dixieland Marching Band. Mod. Organiz. 397-8138 BLUE BEAR WALTZES The School tor professional mu- siclans. Call 334-57Q2.. SHOW BAND want horn play-ers. stngdDI. keyboard 573- 7584. SEEKING Versatile Keyboard player. 141-0248. 60 BARBERS' COLUMN . HAIR FAIR & Heauev Snow. Sun. 728. 10-5 P.M. Jack Tar Hotel. S.F. 8 Leading Stylists. Dance toll, show. JOURNEYMAN Barber-Exp. $1000 mo. guar; paid va. 444-9975 Oakland KENNY'S WORKSHOP SHOP For Sale, 2chr. lwkg. esto. 14vrs. Paradise, (916) 877-4122 or 877-1877 eve. BARBERAdv. App. Exc. loc. in Orinda Village. 254-6911 BARBER Shop in Marin Cntv. .388-0489 FOR SALE. BARBER-Stvlist. Advanced Ap. or M.B Menlo Park 325-0943 BARBER wanted, some styling. . Financial dist. 397-1084 BECOME certilied as stylist 521-2448 STYLIST. Exc. oppor. Nice shop. gd. loc. 355-4047 pm s BARBER wanted. Style regular Steady. 1 Calif. St. 781-9990 BARBER wanted. Berkeley. Good lOb. 849-0873522-7979. 65 MOVING-STORAGE LOWEST RATES IN TOWN No extra charge for weekends Time starts at your door Statewide trips Immediate estimates BUDGET MOVERS 347-7768 LOPEZ MOVING SERVICE Low rates. No job too small! Appliances, pianos. Ins.. Daynite. Trips to L A. 621-0800 PEOROZA own. oiier., same rates 24 hr. Lie. Insured 285-7929 70 TRANSPORTATION SHIP YOUR CAR TO OR FROM ANY CITY USA ICC Carrier, Bonded. Insnrpd. AIL GAS PAID. LOW RATES 431-0663 AAAC0N AUTO TRANSPORT. INC. 1095 Market St .S F. AUTOMOBILES Delivered Anywhere DOOR TO DOOR SERVICE America's Oldest Oriveawav 777-3740 AUTO BRIVEAWAY 785 Market .- INTERSTATE AUTO DELIVERY ICC License Fully Insured 1730 Geary Blvd. 56" 1555 ORIVE A NEW CAR FREE TO SAN FRANCISCO FROM LOS ANGELES SAN OIEGO I AS VEGA4-' 877 372? Mon thru Fri 9-5 NATIONWIOT" Driveaway. Autos delivered liKured ICC Carriei Pier t. S.F. 189-1866 Ship Your Car by Rail Auto trans. 362-1212 ext. 22278 NATIONWIDE Auto Transporters Ship your car Insured All ga. ICC Carrier. 362-f -biou DRIVERS needed. Arizona. Ore- gon. wasmngion. wr-iza. DRIVING Somewhere? Need riders help wya etc? IW-IW 75 TOURS-TRAVEL CHARTER Flight weekly to . . . Europe and South Asia, LOWEST FARE JET SERVICE 928 2564 ON THE BAY Charter a vessel for your own group pariy. Up to 500 persons. 982-1600 ECONOMY Flights to Europe. India. Africa. Fiji. Tokyo, Hong Kong. Bangkok. 495-4661. FLIGHTS-Charters-Ships-Rail Worldwide-Low Cost. WINSHIP TRAVEL 826-0072 or 826-4217 SPECIAL Jet Flights with low, low Air fares to India. Africa & the Orient. (415) 391-9582 85 HOME SERVICES ACOUSTIC SPRAYED CEILINGS Lifetime guarantee. 334-3910 ACOUSTIC Sprayed Ceilines. Reason, rates. Guar. 585-7332 ADDITIONS - Interiors, exteriors. fronts, kitchens, bathrooms a : specialty. Free est. Rosenbaum Const. Co. Lie. 93639 661-6708 ADDITIONS. Carpentry, all ryoes. Plumbing, electrical, cement, pamt. 562-7517. AODITREPAIRS foundation to roof, residcomm. 392 2888 ALUMINUM windows installed. free estimate. 467 2194 APPLIANCES Repairs ft Sales, Refrigs-Washers. Dryers, Stoves, TV's. Guar. Free est. 831 Cle-, ment 752-5111: 752 5110 BASEMENT & garage cleaning svc. No charge tor salvageable items. Haignt Ashbury Geni. Store. 861-3184. Fred or Bob BSMT CLEANING. Free estimate, i Call day or night 826-7768 BSMT. Apts. yds. Cleaned. Int. f Paint, light moving 386-09J6 BSMTS Cleaned. Haul sm. jobs. I Anytime. 333-7392'62t-976 BSMT. cleaning 7 days. 24 hrv Net-d wk. bidlv. Vels. 467 9180 BRICK PLANTERS. Frpics. Free eit. Lie 212916. Ins. 661-8574 BRICKWORK EXPER. A 1. All TYPES. FRFE EST. 755-7?8ti CARPENTERS. Lie 2856. Ins. Add new rooms. Remodel kit. decks repairs foundations I- Stairs Ref. 864-3610; 994-2928 CARPENTER, handyman, plumbing, cemont, roof. 826 0159 CARPENTRY Remodeling, repairs, additions. cabinets. stdirs. State lie. 68897 468 1138 CARPENTRY Rough & finished. Reas. free estim. 731-0573. CARPENTRY licensed Home re pairs, remodeling 661-581 CARPENTRY Steps, foundations. fences. Guar. Reas. 826-94J1 CARPENTRY. Shingling, exterior work, 826 8321 CARPENTRY. Decks, fences. stairs, doors, etc. 221-9624 CARPET cleaning. Reasonable. Guaranteed 386-8094 CARPET LAYING, cleaning Guar' 28 years exp. Lie. jts-uj CARPET Laying $1.25 yd. Cln 6c su. ft. Wk guar. 661-60b5 CARPETLAYER 25 yr exp Free Estimate 431 0223 CEMENT WORK; Patios. HMKrirfS-ite. basement cleaning & Ml. Free estim. 822 -8J evwkd. CEMENT work. Retaining walls-patios-etc. Rsnble. 929018b CEMENT WORK, t RLE ESTI-MftTE. RFFS. 822-446; 648-4655. CEMENT work PatiOb-Retaining walls. Reasonable. 731-4069 CEMENT WORK, all types. Guar-anteed. Free estimate. 822-5601. CEMENT WORK. Patios, retain ing walls, sidewalks. 822-2463 CEMENT Werk All types. Free I typ. -5029: estimates. 467 467-4322 CLEANING. Reas. Ins. Ref. Prerenal ants, houses, stoves. cpts., walls, windows. 994-3587 CLEAN Windows, walls, floors, carpets. Ins. Reliable. 921-5891 CLEANING House, apts.. gar.. f araens, reas. 621-5872. DRYWALL. Taping. Patching. Custom Int. eftects. 9ir 422 ELECTRICAL CONTR. FREE ESTIMATES Lie. Ins. Reas. BA 1-8600 CAR0ENER. Clean up. trim. Jao anese style pruning. Maint. Free est. Ph. anytime. 346 1273 GARDENER Como. serv. Reas. Free est. 24 hr. sery. 665-628S. 6AR0EN Landscape. Professioo- al. Cleanup. Reas. 992-8241 'BarDeN CArE. Reasonable. 993-5106 Plant.trim.'clean. 85 HOME SERVICES HARDW. Firs Sand-refin. wax- less. Tile-lino instal. 454-5871 HAUL-CLEAN-CHEAP Any toad. 668-1378 751-5688 HAUL-BASEMT. CLEAN-MOVING Low Rates 285-9560 HAULBSMTYARO $10 hour, 621-8023 or 861-5227 Bob. HAULING trash, coll. bsmtattlc. Cheap student, 661-6277 HAULING & YARD Free estimate. CLEANING 333-1517 HAULING Truck. Big ft little jobs. Dependable. UN 1-! .-5951. HAULlNii aT (ticWY priCe! Big ft little. Pete 334-346 JANITORIAL, Homes. Apt. Otc. free Est. Anytime 992-6398 JANITORIAL. Oftices. homes. 587-4430 PAINT - FRANK ft Reas. Exp. Free est. GEORGE 566-8851 PAINT, Beat an iv reas. cost. 13 otf ext now! 431-497S PAINT intexL Free estimate. quality. Reas. US-Ill PAINTER. Do own work. Exper. Reliable. Free est. HE 1-6122 PAINTER exp'd. Part or all. Free est, reas. rates. 775-5176 PAINTER. Exp. Going into own business. Reas. 5p7-8023 PAINTER. Professional nit ext. Rms. From $30. 6-18-6381 PAINTING - PROFESSIONAL Int. ext. Comm.res. All types repairs incl. windows, carpentry, etc. One Stop Service. Lie. Bonded. Fully ins. Refs. frea ests. 864-2686 PAINTING 564-1196 Intext. Quality work. Low cost. Promptly. Free estimate. Painting Int.Ext. Honest Prices. Lie. Insured, re't. 668-7578 bef. 10eves. PAINTING Intext. Quality work. Low cost. Frea estimate 731-6494 PAINTING Lge. interiors ft exte-riors. Also Sandblasting. Free estimates 763-6065 PAINTING. Quality English-style Interiors a specialty. For Iree estimate. 387-7231, 9-5. PAINTING REASONABLE. Guar- anteed. 386-8094 PAINTING Save & WALLPAPERING. 664-2509: 566-3694 PLASTERING svc. Own wk. - Patch. Prompt Free est. 665-4590 PLASTERING - Patch. Own work. Neat, Reas. Free est. JU 4-6200 PLUMBING ft Heating. 25 yrs. same location. Licensed ft in- sured. Free estim. 586-7652. PLUMBING Repairs. A-l serv. All size jobs. Rfdi). 824-4936 ROOFING - Patch. New. Gutters. Oo own work. Guar. MA 1-4612 SIDING, Wood, vinyl, ft asbestos roofing. 467-8054 Eve' SKYLIGHTS custom installed. Improve your outlook 863-7748 STRIPPING. Int.Ext. Mantels etc. Exper. Reas. 431-3115. -TILE WORK, Nw & remodelling. 586-0579 TREE SERVICE Removal, plarrt- ing. ft topping. 387-2873 UPHOLSTERY WORK Va price! Move, haul, free est. 282-5358 UPH. Free estim. 59S Chenery BAG Uphol. 587-7368, r 100 MISCELLANEOUS AAA EQUIPMENT CO. 745 50th Ave.. Oakland1"' f STEEL PRIMERt Dimetcote No. 2, zinc silicate, inorganic coating, in 5 gal. pails. LADDERS: wood and aluminum extension, also aluminum planks and contractors material elevators. STACKING metal tote boxes parts drawers and metal lock ers. WATERTANKS. 40 ft 90 gal. sizes S3.50 each TAPERED Steal Lisht Poles from $35 each. post hole A Well Bores, new surplus $19.50 variacs. Powerstats. vacuum pumps ana thousanda of items or every oescnption. ACOUSTIC Drywall mach. newA' uwu. apray rorce Mtg., ban Ipse (40B) 286-3502; 683-4469. ACRYLIC Plastic sheets for shat,"' terproof glazing. Fiberglas and ir riA il irvL. ... . . 3011 Alvarado St. San Leandro. 2041 East Kt Puu-nrH 1212 The Alameda San Jos 3ja wuourn bivo. Sacramento ACRYLIC FIRE SALE. Plat-tic Sheets (clear as glass) 3 16" thick. $ 89 sq. ft.. Closeout bee. col. acrvlic sheets 1 s9 trt r - fihergias resins. Abe Schuster. ' 2940 West. Oakland. 653-3588 ' j ACRYLIC MATERIAL SALB" 585-4955 EVES. Aquarium CHECK us outj " hit Onrix All ...u tlu stand behind what wa self. yC fish are unbeatable. Guar., 7 days. 150 tanks to choose from. - J wtsiLArt TROPICALS a r 359 So. MayfairAve. Wectlak Chflnnlna r.,r" Paly City 992 7371! AQUARIUMS. Fish buys 10-9 dan- iy iu-d sat. bun. uosea wed. iui juoan peiiProoK Tropicals. AQUARIUM: Ironical Fiih Hut. 3809 Geary Blvd. 387-7362" s.r. s Largest Aquarium Store AQUATIC SPECIALTIES has'tTie best aquarium & fish buys io town. See big Sun, ad. 661-0302 ARMY PUP TENTS V9.95: Souad tent J100; Lister bag $9.95; field stove $95; 10 man raft $300: 16s man jbuu; Army neds$: bunks wooa Dunxs ;tn- nirnrina matt tin a. tie. u,-, . erbed $20: hosp. bed $j Ka- pians tusa warKer AUCTION "-v.1 TUES.. JULY 30-10 AM Hi 619 6th St., Petaluma LIQUIDATION OF PETALUMA GEN'L HOSPITAL & BANKRUPT . DRY CLEAN EQUiP. - Cash reg.'s. safes, motorized o I head clothg. conveyor, kitch.-equip., surgical equip., formica, top counters, etc. , . EVERYTHING MUST GO. ",, ATTinN ai irTinni rn Col. Steve Dorfman, Auctioneer. (707) 795-7890 BAR & BACk BAR, old 1asti I luneo, out ramastic cona. to De soto at ftuciiun. Monday. July 29, 10 am. Pier 46B, Embarcad-, ero. a.i-. tor details. Cyrue, Goldman Auctioneer, 495-6135 . BARN BOARDS, 1x12xRL. 14c LF, SHOREBOARDS, 2xl0xRL; 23c LF. PECKY CEDAR, 1x12xRL,-25c PINE SHELVING. lxlOxRU 18c LF. STDDS, 2x4x92V. 4c ea. Zenith Lumber Co., 11 Traynor St.. Havward 886-1166 BICYCLES. Sales ft Repairs. 5701- Mission M. s.r. Closed Sun.- Mon. 10-5:30 p.m. 585-4710 BIKE '74 Fuii Finest Exc. cond, Sew-ups. Handle bar shifters.' $300 Ph. 566-1993 '' BIKE, man's 10 spd. Exc. cond,' $90. Must sell. 525-3862. BIKE Follis, 10 sp. 02 GL, 2S $140. 346-1121 BIKE 10 spd. $150 921-3258 TRASS & CMlNA Vlctc-rbii Plumbing Fixtures. Marble & pedestal sinks, clawfoot tubs, brass & china showerheads, warm wooden toilet seat & strange toilets. 845-4751 - r CARPET QUALITY -LOWEST PRICES!--: Includes Installation. New homes, remodeling, redecorating, rentals, offices ft commercial. We will bring samples for your selection eny time 7 days a week ft eves. & install immediately. We manufacture carpet ft we have the latest in-stock supply of all styles from the top mills. GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICESI MMM CARPETS A Collect (408) 244-964S Carpel remnants SO'toff 12x12 Vinyl Tile 20 ea." Vinyl Asbestos 12x12 10 ea. 12" Cushionfior $1.49vd. JONES 2853 Mission S47-6851 CARPET CLOSEOUT! Must sell $3.85 yd. Drapes $49.99 or. SUNSET INTFRIORS sl-j om i

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