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Page 36 .3MExaminr r March 11, 1976 SUMMARY OP ACTIONS OARO OP SUPERVISORS MARCH t, CALENDAR ITEMS: Ordinance aogropnatlng $13,400, Fire Department, for lend purchase. File 101-75-ya FINALLY PASSED Ordinance appropriating J5.264, Public Health, Sdn Francisco General Hospital, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe bene' fits, creating eignt positions; res .. ending i3!,?64 from contractual services. File 101-75-91, FINALLY PASSED Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance. Section 55010, Puonc Health, San Francisco General Hospital, to reflect restoration of funds for eight positions of 6204 Institutional Policeman; companion measure to FHe 101-75-91. File 102 ;& FINALLY PASSED Ordinance appropriating $4,79?, Public Administrator, for electronic accounting machine; rescinding $4,-79? from contractual services. File 101-75-94. FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance. Section 940000, various departments, to provide cost of living adjustment to Health and Welfare payment to 7311 Cement Mason and related classifications; effective November 1,1975. , File 102-75-51. FINALLV PASSED. Ordinance authorising settlement of litigation of Dorothy L. McKmght against the City and County by payment of $1,250. File 45-76-5 FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance appropriating $43,000, Hetcb Hetchy Operating, to rehabilitate central heating system. Mocca-' sin Administration Budding. File 101-75-89 FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance appropriating $13,056, Board of Supervisors, Employee delations Division, for temporary salaries. File 101-75-97. FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance amending Police Code pertaining to application for employment at an encounter studio File 117-75-4. FINALLY PASSED. Ordinance amending Administrative Code to except from provisions of Section 223 proposed Charter amendment providing for dismissal o City and County . employees participating in strikes aeainst City and County to be submitted at June 8, 1976 election; repealing various obsolete sections. (Supervisor Francois) File 147-76. FINALLY PASSED Ordinance amending Administrative Code by repeating various sections pertaining to procedure for submission of proposed Charter amendments (Supervisor Francois) File 149-76. FINALLY PASSED Ordinance amending Administrative Code to ecept from provisions of Section 2 23 proposed Charter amendment pertaining to Employee Relations Director. (Supervisor Molman) File 176-76. FINALLY PASSED Resolution approving agreement between Public Utilities Commission and Transport Workers Union, Local 250A, pertaining to Sections 15 (Iniury on DutyJ and 20 (Operators injured by Assault) of Salary Standardization Ordinance No. 363- AROANAZ, Amparo BAILEY, M. Isabella BALLAURI, Paolo BERLIN, Fred T. BLICKLE, Huso E. BOTTINI, Patricia E. C A MORA, Sylvia CAMPBELL, Frank CUBBON, Forrest George DE GUZMAN, Emllio C. DUBOIS, George ft. FINERTY, Thomas Ryan GARCIA, Fidel GIUSTI, Julia GUTIERREZ, Carlos A. HONG, Yuan Bain INGMAN, Axel E. JEW (SUI LAI), Mtng OcK JOHNSON, Yngve H. KANE, Alice Dolores KANE. George W. KELLY, Harry (Jim) LEE, Mrs. Chew McCREERY, Dr. William B. MORCH, Joseph Gerard PARRA, Domingo RICE, Daniel Calvin . ROGERS, Lena ROMANI, Richard J. ROSSI, Romualdo SCHOLZEN, Edward N. SHAPRO, David R. TOGNOTTl, Gemma YOUNGVerne ARDANAZ, Amparo In this city. March 9. 1976. Amparo Ardanaz-, dearly beloved wife of the late Jose Ardanaz; loving mother of Joseph Louis Ardanaz and the late Angeles Ardanaz; a resident of San Francisco since 1910; a native of Ea. Vizcaya. Spain; a Spanish Basque; aged 86 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Friday, March 12, at 930 a.m. from the Chapets of VALENTE. MARtNI. PERATA & CO-. 4840 Mission St-, thence to All Hallow's Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered commencing at 10 a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. BAILEY, M. Isabelle March 8. 1976, M. isaoelle Bailey; beloved sister of Mary Hitchcock and Archie Bailey both of Belhngham, Wash.; loving aunt of several nieces and nephews. Services Friday morning 11 o'clock at HALSTED & CO., 1123 Sutter St. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING BALLAURI, Paolo In this city March 9, 1976, Paolo Ballauri; dearly beloved husband of the late Emilia Ballauri; loving brothenn-law of Camillo and Fortunata Belfiore; loving uncle of Bart Arnaudo. Catherine Micheiis. Catherine Winter and Elizabeth Maiero; survived by nieces and nephews in Calif.. South America and Italy; a native of Italy; aged 92 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday. March 12 at 1 p m from the Chapels of VALENTE. MARI-Nl. PERATA & CO., 4840 Mission St.; thence to St. Finn Barr's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered commencing at 1:30 p.m. Entombment Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Thursday 8 o'clock (tonight). Spiritual bouquets or donations to your favorite charity are preferred. BERLIN, Fred T. In Mi II- brae, March 7, 1976. Fred T. Berlin, late of Miilbrae; beloved husband of the late Ann Berlin; devoted father of Fred J. Berlin of Green-brae. Calif.. Harold P. Berlin of San Mateo, Claire Car-rington of Pacheco. Calif . and the late Edward C. and Jack L. Berlin; also survived by 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; a native of California; aged 94 years. Private funeral services were held Tuesday at the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS. El Carnmo Real at Millwood Drive. Miilbrae. Entombment, Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. BLICKLE, Hugo E. In San Francisco. March 10. 1976. Hugo E. Buckle; beloved brother of Fnda Gulmo and three surviving sisters in Germany; loving uncle of Helen Carlson; a member of Ironworkers Union Local No. 790. Friends are invited to 'attend the funeral on Friday, March 12, at 11:30 a.m., at DRISCOLL'S MORTUARY CHAPEL, 1096 So. Van Ness Ave. at 22nd St. Interment. Woodlawn Memorial Park. COURTESY PARKING MOBIL STA. 22ND & SO. VAN NESS Florists 'HAROLD HOOGASIAN The Cannery Gumps OfFICIAL ADVERTISING 75 File 104-75-1 ADOPTED AS AMENDED Cnar ter amendment (second draft) amending Section 8 405, pertaining to fixing of salaries of uniformed force in Police and Fire Dfpartments by adding "savings" Clause to Proposition "P", which was passed at November 4, 1975 election, to prevent possible salary reductions from occurring (Supervisors Feinstein, Neider, von Beroidm-gen) File 404-75-4. CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 32276. Charter amendment (third draft) amending Section 3 201, pertaining to administrative departments under Chief Administrative Officer. (Supervisors Molman Francois, Neider) File 83-76 ORDERED SUBMITTED AS AMENDED. Charter amendment (first draft) amending Section 6 203 to increase power of the Mayor to mc r ease andor add new budgetary items. (Supervisor von Beroidmgen) File M-76 REFUSED SUBMISSION Charter amendment (spcond draft) amending Section (408 to provide for priority in payment of principal and interest on general obligation bonds tor airport purposes over airport revenue bonds. (Supervisors Kopo, Femstem. Gonzales. Monnan) File 8976. REFUSED SUBMISSION. Charter amendment, (second draft) emending Section 8 324 pertaining to veterans' credits m Civil Service Examinations, (Supervisors Molman, Mendelsohn) File 97- 76 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE AS AMENDED. Charter amendment, (first draft), amending 'Section 8 341, pertaining to dismissal of employee for cause to eliminate suspension prior to hearing (Supervisor Kopp) File 110-76. ORDERED SUBMITTED. Charter amendment (first draft) deleting Section 8 362 which provides Tor leaves of absence tor American Red Cross members. (Supervisor Kopp) File 11276. ORDERED SUBMITTED. Charter amendment (second draft), amending Section 8 323, to provide that fee for inspection of papers of each eligible shall be estaoiished by Board of Supervisors by ordinance (Supervisor Kopp) Fue 113-76 ORDERED SUBMITTED Charter amendment (second draft), amending Section 8 346. pertaining to disciplinary action against officers and employees of City and County engaged in strikes against City and County. (Supervisor Francois) File 165-76. ORDERED SUBMITTED AS AMENDED. Charter amendment (first draft), adding Section 2 203-2. Sroviding that Employee Relations irector shall be appointed by Board of Supervisors. (Supervisor Molman) File 175-76. ORDERED SUBMITTED Ordinance appropriating $5 487, Social Services, Smgie Men's Rehabilitation Center, operation and capital improvement, rescinding $5,487, Social Services, boarding homes ana institutions File 101-75-93 PASSED FOR SECOND READING Ordinance appropriating $159 22, Art Commission, eauipment: res cinding $15922, Art Commission. municipal Symphony concerts rne 101-75-98 PASSED FOR SECOND , READING Ordinance amending Annual BOTTINI, Patricia E. In Oakland March 6. 1976, Patricia E. Bottmi; beloved wife of Richard L. Botlini of Alameda: loving mother of Sharon Bottmi of Alameda; devoted daughter of Helen McDermott of Alameda Private family services were held Wednesday, March 10 MURPHY-GREER MORTUARY 522-2131 CAMBRA, Sylvia March 9, 1976, Sylvia Cambra of San Leandro. beloved wife of Joseph Cambra; loving mother of Brian and Michelle Cambra; loving daughter Joseph and the late Mane Medeiros; loving sister of Gen Durham and Joseph Medeiros; aged 41 years. Friends may call after 2 pm. today (Thursday) and are invited to attend the funeral services Friday. March 12 at 10 am from DUGGAN'S SERRA MORTUARY. 500 Westlake Ave east Junipero Serra Blvd. DC; thence to All Souls Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery Rosary Thursday (tonight) 8.15 p.m. Donations American Cancer Society preferred. THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY CAMPBELL, Frank Entered into rest, March 7. 1976. Frank Campbell; beloved husband of Betty Campbell; loving step-father of Hubert Phillips; devoted grandfather of Greg Phillips and Ann . Phillips; a long-time member of the Seaman's International Union. Private family services were held Wednesday at the Hills of Eternity Cemetery Chapel, Coima. under the direction of SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPEL. CUBBON, Forrest George At rest, March 9, 1976, Forrest George Cubbon, dearly beloved husband of Mary Jane Cubbon; dear son-in-law of trie late Vida Radovich; also survived by many relatives and friends Friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Friday at 1 p.m. at the Chapel of H. F. SUHR CO . 2919 Mission St. near 25th. Entombment. Serbian Cemetery. Prayer service Thursday, t p.m. Oe GUZMAN, Emilio C. In San Francisco, March 9, 1976. Emilio C. De Guzman; a veteran of the U S. Navy; loving husband and father; he was born in San Carlos. Pangasinan, Philippines and emigrated to the United States in the late 1920 s; he had rendered over 40 years of faithful service, 25 years in the Navy and 16 years of civil service and was given recognition by the Secretary of tne Navy when he retired in 1968; Mr. De Guzman died at the age of 73 after a long illness of heart condition; he is loved very dearly by his family that survives him; his wife. Teodora De Guzman, and children, Joseph. Robert and Emil Jr. and daughter-in-law, Cynthia and granddaughter. Christine (daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Songco). Friends may call after 11 am Thursday and are invited to attend the funeral Saturday at 8:30 a.m., from the Evergreen Mortuary of MCAVOY-O'HARA CO.. Geary Blvd. at Tenth Ave.; thence to Star of the Sea Church. where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9 a.m. followed by interment at Skylawn Memorial Park. Rosary Friday at 8 pm. MCAVOY-O'HARA CO DUBOIS, George R. in this city, March 10, 1976. George R. Dubois, dearly beloved husband of the late Marguerite (Peggy) Dubois; loving son of the late George and Pauline Dubois; beloved brother of Mrs. Gabrielle Miller; a native of San Francisco; aged 65 years. Funeral services Friday, 10 45 a.m., at HOGAN & SULLIVAN, 1266 .Ninth Ave. near Lincoln Way. Interment, private. Holy Cross Cemetery. J. W. Bianco D. aJ. Sulivan FINERTY, Thomas Ryan At rest March 9, 1976, Thomas Ryan Finerty, dearly beloved husband of Pauline Finerty; loving father of Thomas Ryan Finerty V. William Clark and Maureen Jo Anna Finerty; also survived by three cousins; a native of Calif; aged 50 years; a member of the Teamsters Union Local 665 and a soccer coach for the So. S F. PAL Friends may attend the funeral services 8:30 a.m. Friday. March 12, at GARDEN CHAPEL, 885 El Camino Real, So. S F ; thence to Mater Dolorosa Church, Willow and Miller Aves , So S F. where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary 8 pm. Thursday (tonight). GARDEN CHAPEL 583-2510 OfrtCtAL ADVERTISING Salary Ordinance, Section 755080, Public Utilities Commission, to reflect reallocation o one vacant position, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power File 102-75-72. PASSED FOR SECOND READING. Ordinance authorizing invitation for bids to lease Visitacion Valley uommunuy center rue to--.. PASSED FOR SECOND READING Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from Alfred H, Heredia. required tor Southeast Water Pollution Control P ant Fi le 470-5-3 adopted Resolution accepting gift of $111 from San Francisco Bar Association lor "San Francisco pretrial Diversion project ot Adult Probation Department. (Supervisor Feinstein) File 38-76-7. ADOPTED Resolution authorizing amend ment ano extension of lease of real property at 8)4 Mission Street for use by City Demonstration Agency. File 64-76-12 ADOPTED Resolution authorizing exten sion ot leases ot real property for use by the FACE Program. File 64 76-13 ADOPTED ResoiuUon authorizing the Mayor to seek and accept funds from Department of Housing and Urban Development or their subcontractor to continue Economic Analysis Unit within the City and County. (Supervisor Barbageiata) File 68-6-S. ADOPTED. Resolution requesting Department of Public Health to report on implementation of recommendations of Budget Analyst on operations of Community Mental Health Services Program. File 120-76. ADOPTED. Resolution authoriz'ng Director of Public Health to institute prepaid maternity package at San Francisco General Hospital, providing for review by Board of Supervisors. File 169-76 ADOPTED Resolution expressing intent to Spprove budget items m Police epa'tment annual budget for subsequent three fiscal years for installation and implementation of a re) i awe computer-assisted dispatch system. File 100-76-3. ADOPTED Ordinance amending Part III. Municipal Code, to increase rate of telephone users' tax. to provide an exemption from utility users' tax for any "Lifeline Service" authorized by California Public Utilities Commission, to institute, implement and provide funding tor a "911" Emergency Telephone System, together with such supportive services as necessary to increase efficiency of "911" Emergency Telephone System. (Supervisor Barbageiata) Fife 146-76 CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 322 76 Resolution approving renewal of contracts between City and County (Department of Public Health, i Community Mental Health Services) ' and various Organizations tor pro vi- ston of psychiatric and related . service. File 260-75-10. ADOPTED j Salary Standardization Ordi-1 nance. Charter Sections 8 400 and 401, effective July, 19'6. for miscellaneous employees File 106-: 76-1. CONSIDERATION CONTINUED I TO 315.76 Ordinance emending Admims-! trative Code, approving rates of j contributions and fee schedules tor i Health Service System plans, eftec- tive Ju'y 1, 19T6 File 179-76. PASSED FOR SECOND READING. 9 GARCIA, Fidel In this city, March 6. 1976. Fidel Garcia, a native of the Philippine Islands, aged 69 years; retired seaman. U S. Maritime Service Friends are invited to attend the funeral today, Thursday, March 11. at 11 30 a m from REILLY CO, 29th and Dolores Sts. Interment, Woodlawn Memorial Park. GOODWIN & SCANNELL GIUSTI, Julia In Miilbrae March 10, 1976. Julia Giusti, late of Miilbrae. beloved wife of Alfred T. Giusti of Miilbrae; loving mother of Alfred Louis Giusti of Walnut Creek; grandmother of Fred and Linda Giusti; dear sister of Eva DiChristofaro of Burlingame. Funeral services will leave from the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS. El Camino Real at Millwood Drive, Miilbrae at 8 45 a m. on Friday for St Dunstan's Catholic Church in Miilbrae for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 a m. Entombment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary this evening (Thursday) at 8 pm at the Chapels of the Highlands. GUTIERREZ, Carlos A. March 9, 1976. Carlos A Gutierrez, father of Antonio and Raymond Gutierrez. . brother of Stella and Lam-berto Gutierrez and Mane Nery. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday, March 12. at 9 a m.. from the Chapels of VALENTE. MARINI, PERATA & CO, 4840 Mission St ; thence to the Church of the Visitacion where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Donations to the visitacion Church Progress Fund preferred. HONG, Yuan Bain In San Mateo, Calif., March 9. 1976, Yuan Bain Hong, beloved husband of Betty Hong, loving father of George, Emily and Barbara Hong. Funeral services will be held at CARLMONT FUNERAL CHAPEL. 1101 Alameda de las Pulgas, Belmont, Friday, March 12 at 2 p.m. Interment Skyline Memorial Park INGMAN. Axel, E. In this city, March 8, 1976. Axel E. Ingman; beloved brother of Beda O Anderson, Agda N Benedetti, Edith J. Alexander and Herbert A. Ingman. survived by loving nieces and nephews; a native of S F ; aged 68 years; a Veteran of WWII; a member of N.S G W Guadalupe Parlor 231 and the Bottlers Union 8. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service Thursday (today) at 1 p.m. at the Mortuary of W C LASWELL & CO., 6154 Mission St., corner Wilson. Private inurnment Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. JEW (Sui Lai) Ming Ock March 7, 1976; Ming Ock Jew (Sui Lai) beloved husband of the late Soo Hoo Hing Jew; loved father of Fon Wing; Shang Kwan, Lt Col. Soot Jew. US. Army. Dr. Hong Jew and Dr. Yen Jew; a devoted grandfather of 16 grandchildren; aged 84 years; a member of the Chinese Community Church. Visitation Thursday evening. 7 p.m. to 8 p m. at HALSTED 4 CO, 1123 Sutter St. Funeral services Friday afternoon, 1 o'clock, at HALSTED & CO Interment, Greenlawn Memorial Park. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING HALSTED & CO. Successors to MARTIN BROWN JOHNSON, Yngve H. In San Francisco, March 8. 1976. Yngve H. Johnson, dearly beloved husband of Fnda Johnson; loved by brothers and sisters in Sweden and nieces and nephews; loved brother-in-law of Bertha Ry-lander of Seattle, Washington; a native of Sweden; a member of the Swedish Society; Odin Lodge No. 393, I 0.0 F. and Olands Klubben. Friends may visit after 1 pm. Thursday and attend the funeral services 1 p.m. Friday, March 12, at ANDERSON S Valencia St. at 25th St. Entombment, Cypress Lawn Memorial Park Catacombs. ANDERSON'S FUNERAL PARLORS VISITOR PARKING OFFICIAL AOVf RTlSINfl Ordinance amend-ng Administrative Code, pertaining to umair lahor practices; an emergency measure (Supervisors Moiman, Kopp. F'ancois) File 180-76. FINALLY PASSED Resolution authorizing examination for one Qualified promotional applicant for Class 21 12. Medical Record Technician, Public Health Department. File 25-76-1. ADOPTED Policy declaration reading as follows: rtlt shall continue to be the policy of the people of the C'ty and County of San Francisco that tow-cost, Quality child care be made available to all San Francisco children Child care shall include infant care, pre-school and after-school programs Policy shall be made by the parents at faculties at each center. Funding shall be procured by the City and County of San Francisco " (Supervisor Francois) File 511-71 ORDERED SUBMITTED Ordinance designating Bush Street Tempie (Soto Mission) as a landmark File 90-76-1. PASSED FOR SECOND READING Resolution urging City Planning Department to consider and study, as pert of Residential Zoning Study, those residential areas where current height limits exceed forty feet and lower said height limits where appropriate. (Supervisor Feinstein) File 274-75-1 ADOPTED Resolution opposing further expansion, but supporting essential modernization of facilities Of UC Medical Center; calling upon State Legislature to review and evaluate the university's expansion plans. (Supervisors Feinstein. Mendelsohn, Moiinan, Neider, Francois) Fue 12-76-18 ADOPTED AS AMENDED Resolution approving Open Space and Park Renovation Fund Program tor 1975-76 and 1976-77. urging- all City departments to expedite implementation o program (Supervisor Kopp) File 16276. ADOPTED Resolution declaring interest of City and County in leasing inactive Hunters' Point Shipyard, and authorizing the Mayor to submit a proposal to the U 5 Navy tor use of the facility (Supervisors von Beroi-dmgen. Mendelsohn) File 164-76 ADOPTED EMERGENCY CALENDAR (TEN Ordinance aoorooriatini $46,440 for operation (Auan and Graham TnaO Sheriff's Office, an emergency measure. File No 101-75-107. REFERRED TO FINANCE OFF CALENDAR ITEMS: The tot low me measures were introduced by the President of the Board unless otherwise noted, and action taken or committee refer ence made as shown: ORDINANCES: File 45-76-8 Authorizing settle ment of litigation of various plaintiffs against the City end Counry. FINANCE File 101-75-105. Aooroorieting $2 625.000 tor land ecQuisition and reconstruction and replacement, Recreation and Park Department. Open Space Acquisition Division. FINANCE. File 10I-75-1M Aoorooriatine $4,097, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, tor permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification or one position. Center ot Asian Art and Culture; rescinding $3,673 from permanent 9 KANE, Alice Dolores In this city. March 9, 1976, Alice Dolores Kane, beloved wife of Anthony J. Kane: devoted mother of A. Joseph, Suzanne. Mary Alice and Barbara Kane; beloved daughter of the late Alice B. Rogers; loving niece of James O Connor and Robert F. Jackson; a native of San Francisco: a teacher in San Francisco Community College District; a member of Ladies Sodality of St. James Church; an alumnae of Lone Mountain college. Funeral Friday at ,930 a m., from Chapels of ARTHUR J SULLIVAN aV CO, 2254 Market St bet. 15th and 16th Sts; then to St. James Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial wtll be offered at 10 am. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary Thursday at 8 p m. Donations to St. James Church preferred. KANE, George W. In Yountville, Calif., March 9, 1976. George W. Kane, loving son of the late Joseph T. and Mary E Kane; loving brother of Madeline Sheridan and the late Joseph T. Kane; loving uncle of Joseph T. Kane III and grand-uncle of Joseph T. Kane IV; a member of the Disabled American Veterans. Rosary 8 pm. Thursday. The funeral will take place on Friday. March 12, at 930 a m.. from the Memorial Chapels of CAREW & ENGLISH. Masonic at Golden Gate Ave: thence to St. iRnatius Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a m. Interment, Golden Gate National Cemetery. KELLY. Harry (Jim) In Novato March 9. 1976. Harry (Jim) Kelly, beloved husband of Dorothy C Kelly; loving father of William James Kelly of Santa Rosa. Christine, Patrick and Colleen Kelly all of Novato; brother of Annie Adams of Mich, and Mary Schnitz of Petalu-ma; grandfather of Regina L Cameron; a native of Michigan; aged 49 years: a member of Machinists Local No 238 of San Rafael, a Veteran ot the Korean War; a member of the Knights of Columbus of Sparks, Nev. and Novato, Calif. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday, March 12. 1976 at 9 45 a.m. from KEATON S CHAPEL OF MARIN, 1801 Novato Blvd; thence to Our Lady of Loretto Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment, Mt. Tamalpais Cemetery. Rosary services wilt be recited at 8 pm at KEATON S CHAPEL OF MARIN Thursday, March 11. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. LEE, Mrs. Chew In San Francisco. March 5. 1976. Mrs. Chew Lee; beloved wife of the late Chew Lee; loving mother of Rose Chan, Emma Chan, Jane Leong, Marion Chan, Elizabeth Lew, Ta-mara Chan and Cobma Yee; mother-in-law of Albert, John, William, Robert. David and Sidney; grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of two. Services at CATHAY MORTUARY. 1213 Powell St., 8 to 9 p m. Saturday, March 13 Funeral to be held 11 a.m. Sunday. March 14. McCREERY, Dr. William B. In San Francisco, March 9, 1976. Dr. William B. McCre-ery, beloved husband of Anita Derby McCreery of Atherton; loving father of Alice McCreery of Atherton and Anita McCreery Risser of Garrett Park, Md.p grandfather of Sarah Alice Risser of Garrett Park, Md.; brother of Alice McCreery Norris of San Diego, Calif.; a native of Tacoma, Wash; aged 55 years; an alumnus of Stanford University, 1942; Stanford Medical School, 1945; Navy Veteran of two years at sub base in Pearl Harbor; practiced medicine in San Mateo for 24 years. Memorial services will be conducted Friday, March 12, at the SNEIDER & SULLI InMemoriam DOYLE, Gilbert 8., Sr. In loving memory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather, on the third anniversary of his passing IRENE DOYLE i FAMILY WEBER, Imll i. in memory of my brother who passed away three years ago March 11, 1973. OTTO r. WEBER OfFIClAt A0VRTI$I6 saunas eonroonaoon, FINANCE File 102-75-74 AmndmK tne Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76. Department w Electricity, to reflect establishment of two ntw cMbs with salary schedules, allocation of three positions, and deletion of three vacant positions FINANCE File 102-75-75 Amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-7. Social Services, to reflect extension ot funding of eight previously classified positions for thm balance of tne current fiscal year, and classification of nine new positions, FINANCE. File 102-75-76 Amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76, Public Health, to reflect reallocation of one vacant positions, Northeast Mental Health Center FINANCE Ftie 102-75-77. Amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1975-76, Board of Supervisors, to reflect deletion of two positions, estaotish ment of new salary ordinance section, end reallocation of two positions. Employee Relations Dive Sion FINANCE File 18-76. Amending the Administrative Cooe by amendinq Section 1 10 to increase inspection tees Of agricultural products. FINANCE Fiie 200-76 By Supervisor Barbageiata. Adding Section 2 23 1 2 to Administrative Code, excepting from provisions thereof proposed Charter amendment pertaining to initiative, referendum and recall procedures, to be submitted to the qualified voters at June 8. 1976 primary election REFERRED TO LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE FOR HEARING ON THURSDAY. MARCH 11, File 202-76. Bv Supervisors Mendelsohn and Francois; Amending Section 807 of Part ill, Municipal Code, providing tor exemption of five doners end one cent ($5 01) or less from stadium operator Admission Tax REFERRED TO FINANCE COMMITTEE File 208-76 By Supervisor Barbageiata Amending Section 210 and adding Sections 202 D. 202 E and 202 F to Traffic Code, pertaining to parking meter violations and penalties prescribed thereor. establishing effective date REFERRED TO FINANCE COMMITTEE. Fue 196-76-1 Authorizing the Director of Putic Health to apply for and accept funds from the State of California. Department o Health, tor pool i e health nursing services to seniors. FINANCE. File 26-76-1. Amending the Administrative Code, by amending Section 16 6-1, relating to membership of Board of Supervisors tn organizations. FINANCE. File 31-76-7. Approving tmmedt-ate tilling of vacated position of Chief Attorney i. City Attorney's 0"ice. effective March 3, 1976. FINANCE File 19-76 Authorizing acquisr-t ion of cer tain real pr ooer t y in Tuolumne County, California, from E leanor Hug nes for $ 1 6 . 500, r e-Quired tor sewage disposal spray ttetd tor Hetch Hetchy Project. FINANCE File 68-76-4 Authorizing the Mayor to apply tor and accept funds from the State of California tor retraining of persons receiving Federal Supplemental Benefits. FINANCE File 48-76-4. Approving compro- VAN FUNERAL HOME. 977 So El Camino Real. San Mateo, at 4 p.m. Private inurnment, Skylawn Ceme tery, ian Mateo county. MORCH, Joseph Gerard Accidentally m Daly City, March 9. 1976. Joseph Gerard Morch; devoted son of Alfred and Mary Lean Morch: loving brother of" Terence, John. Maryanne. Margarite and Elaine Morch. loving uncle of Vanessa and Heather Morch; loving friend of Juliette Berninzon; also survived by numerous other relatives; aged 25 years; a member of Carpet and Linoleum Workers' Union Local 1235 Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday. March 12, at 9 30 a.m., from REILLY CO., 29th and Dolores Sts.; thence to Holy Angels Church, Colma. where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 00 a m Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary Thursday, 8 p m. GOODWIN t SCANNELL PARRA, Domingo In Sonoma. March 10, 1976, Domingo Parra; a native of Mexico. Funeral Friday. 1 pm, at Chapels of ARTHUR J SULLIVAN A CO, 2254 Market St. Interment, Santa Clara Mission Cemetery. RICE, Oanlel Calvin In San Francisco. March 10. 1976. Daniel Calvin Rice, dearly beloved husband of Opal Rice; loving brother of Lor-ene Slusher; a retired employee of U S. Naval Shipyard at Hunters Point Friends may call after 5 p.m. Thursday. The funeral will take place Friday. March 12. at 2 pm., at the Memorial Chapels of CAREW 4 ENGLISH, Masonic at Golden Gate Ave. Interment, Olivet Memorial Park. ROGERS, Lena In this city March 6, 1976, Lena Rogers; wife of the late Col. Fred B. Rogers. U S Army Ret.; mother of Mrs. J R. Mes-sersmith and, Mrs. A J Lotta; both of Sun City, Arizona, a native of Texas, aged 85 years Private services were held. H. GRAY & CO. ROMANI. Richard J. In Oakland March 9, 1976. Richard J Romani, beloved husband of Arneloa Romani; loving father of Lorraine Jordan; beloved step-father of Lavon Stafinbil and Dar-lene Fritz; dear brother of Olga Brocchini, Viola McDermott, Joseph Romani and the late Victoria Franza and John F. Romani; also survived by 1 seven grandchildren; a native of San Francisco. Friends are invited to attend services Friday, March 12 at 9 a m from the Mortuary Chapel; thence to St Leo s Church, Oakland for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 30 a m. Rosary Thursday 8 p.m. in the Mortuary Chapel. Interment Itai'an Cemetery. ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY 3476 Piedmont Ave., Oakland ROSSI, Romualdo In this city, March 9, 1976, Romualdo Rossi; beloved husband of Mary Rossi; devoted father of Robert Rossi, Bruno Lavezzo and the late Silvio Lavezzo; loving grandfather of nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; loving father-in-law of Margaret Rossi, Ellen and Genevieve Lavezzo. a native of Italy. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday. March 12, at 10 15 am. from REILLY CO., 29th and Dolores Sts.r thence to the Church of the Visitacion, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Entombment, Holy Cross Mausoleum. Rosary Thursday, 7 pm. Donations to Hanna BOys Center, Sonoma County, preferred. GOODWIN & SCANNELL Funeral Directors HALSTED & CO. 1123 Sutter (73-3000 24 Hrt. All. Services Fully Itemized Valente Marini Perata 4640 Mission St. 333-0161 Li 346-24M fCarrtn&CngliSfjg OMASOj OfUCIAl ADVERTISING rrnse of claims o various piamtitts akrfunt the CMy and County. FINANCE File 470-754 Authorizing ac quisition ot certain real property from Evelyn Ai.ce Picker reii for $41,200 and from J C Coleman for V6.500 tor tne expansion of the Southeast Water Piiution Control Plant FINANCE Fue 42-75-72 By Supervisor Francois; Authorizing temporary Closing of portion ot Valleio Street, betwen Leavenworth and Jones Streets, March li, 197$, from 11 30 am to ) 30 pm., tor coaster cart races ADOPTED F.ie 1-76 By the der Granting limited leaves of ansence to various C'ty and County otters, at follows: Dean Anderson, member. Retirement Boa'd. March 25-26: Keith P Caiden, Chief of Fire Department, Marctt 1-3; Supervisor Terry A Francois. March 14-?i. Supervisor John L. Mohnan, March 5-7-. Joyce Ream, member, Fire Commission, March 10-26; lan M White; Director Of Museum, March 9-20, 1976; with permission to wave tne State. ADOPTED Fife 12-76-23 By Supervisor Mendelsohn: Memorializing State Legislature to reiect Metropolitan Transportation Commission's rec-1 ommenoatton regarding fare increases. ADOPTED. File 12-76-24. By Supervisor HopO- Urging support tor SB 1653. pertaining to determination or residency in voter registration. REFERRED TO SELECT COMMITTEE ON VOTER FRAUD. File 12-76-25. By Supervisor Kopp: Urging Support tor SB 1654, pertaining to cancellation or votr registration procedures REFERRED Ttf SELECT COMMITTEE ON VOTER FRAUD File 12-76-26 By Supervisor Kopp- Urging support for SB 1655, requiring that copies Of registration affidavits be kept at appropriate poiimg places on election days. REFERRED TO SELECT COMMITTEE ON VOTER FRAUD File 12-76-27 By Supervisor Kopa Urging support for SB 1656. allowing any registered voter to cnanenge another voter at the Palling place REFERRED TO SE-ECT COMMITTEE ON VOTER FRAUD File 12-7628 By Supervisor KODO Urging support Of SB 839. pertaining to Workmen's Compensation. ADOPTED File 12-76-29. By Supervisor von Beroidmgen: Urging U S. Public Health Service to negotiate with University of California at San Francisco for use of space at U S. Public Health Service Hospital, end memorializing Congress to use its best efforts m expediting such negotiations. REFERRED TO STATE AND NATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. File 42-76-7 By Supervisor Mendelsohn: Reouost ng temporary Closing o Union Street, between Gougn and Fillmore Streets, and F'limorg Street, between Union and F'ibert Streets, from 2 00 Am, Saturday, June 12. 1976 to midnight, Sunday. June 13. 1976, for a street fair sponsored by the Union Street Association as a benefit for the A-nencan Conservatory Theater, REFERRED TO FIRE. SAFETY AND POLtCE COMMITTEE Turn to Page 45 SCHOLZEN, Edward N. In Daly Cltv. March 9. 1976 Edward N Schoizen, beloved husband of Lillian L. Schoizen; loving father of Robert L and Dale E Schoizen; devoted father-in-law of Joan Schoizen; devoted grandfather of Scott Schoizen; loving son-in-law of Frank and Henrietta Richardson; aged 69 years Private services were held Wednesday March W, 1976. Memorial contributions to Cancer Society preferred (N. GRAY 4 CO ) SHAPRO, David R. Entered into rest San Jose, Calif . March 9, 1976, David R Snaoro of San Francisco; dear brother of Dr Irving J. Snaoro of Chicago. Ill Miriam M. Segil of Highland Park, in. and Soma Snar-noya of Chicago, III , beloved uncie of many nieces and nephews; a native of Chicago, ill; aged 74 years; a member ot the S F Symphony for 30 years and American Federation of Musicians Local No 6 and American Legion Golden Gate Post No. 40. Private funeral services under the direction of LIMA FAMILY-ERICKSON MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 710 Willow St.. San Jose. Interment at Cedar Lawn Memorial Park Contributions to the S F. Symphony preferred. TOGNOTTl, Gemma In this city, March 10. 1976, Gemma Tognotti; dearly beloved wife of the late Angeio Tognotti; loving mother of Dante Galh, idolized grandmother of Jerry. James and Joseph Gaiii; adored mother-in-law of Bruna Galli; sister-in-iaw of Mary Anderson. Margaret DeVita and Martin Tognotti; a native of Italy, aged 81 years; a member of tne I C F. Brancn No 20. Friends are invited td attend the funeral on Friday, at 9 30 a m . from the Chapels of VALENTE. MARINI, PERATA 4 CO., 4840 Mission St.; thence to Corpus Christi Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a m Entombment, Italian Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Thursday evening (tonight) at 8 o'clock. Donations to your favorite charity are preferred. YOUNG, Verne In this city. March 8. 1976. Verne Young, beloved husband of Siu Chun YounR; loving father of Dana. Sharon, Allan and the late Russell Young; father-in-law of Joneile Young; dear brother of May Quan, Mabel Mark, Daisy Lee. Lil Jang, Elsie Soon and Roberta Jang; a native of Sacramento. Calif.; aged 59 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday. March 12, 1976. at 2 p m. from the Chapels of GREEN STREET MORTUARY, 649 Green Street. San Francisco. Interment, Greenlawn Cemetery. Visitation. Thursday, 7 to 8 D m! GREEN STREET MORTUARY VALET PARKING Cemeteries FOR VETERANS And SURVIVING SPOUSE Beautifully Expanded Area Before-Need Reservations Avail. for all Faiths WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK .Colma Insoec. Invited 755-1727 Cremations NEPTUNE SOCIETY A Sunset Burial At Sea Beyond The Golden Gate A Beautiful Alternative To The Costly Involved Funeral-Cemetery System Your Social Sec. deitti benefit may cover our complete fee' For Immediate Needs Call -for FREE Fortfolio Call 415-77T0717 24 Hour Cem. Bkr 680 Beach Street. S F. 94109 NO MEMBERSHIP FEE tS47.50 DIRECT CREMATION Inc. Removal, Cremation and Scatter at See or in Rose Garden, FREE Boat tor Scattering NO OTHER COSTS Skyview Memorial Lawri Call Collect: (707) 644-7474 ask Tour uoeraior ron ENTERPRISE 1-4111 , "Since 1929" pont Be Misled ' Gat Accurate Information WRITE Cremation Consultants 41 Van Neea Ave.. SF 94101! SrmCKe DiKnified SenriCet $241 Scatter at Sea lie. Funeral Dir. 415-931-7437 UTLER POLLARD SONS 895 LEGAL NOTICES FISH ANO GAMt COMMISSION HEARINGS ON MAMMAL, NOTICE 18 l"8 JVEN that the Fin ana wm -- sion at I of wi meet on pm , 900 a.m.. In the Auditorium 1416 Cai- Ninth streei. tr.""M. jfornia. to receive "V" ;' , 3 lions rrom u w" .V"'VT,' emolovees. from the Depart- meht of Flh and Game ii, other public agencies, from i or-g.nution of prlnte citizenl. ind from any Interested Per. Ions as to wrtat. it any, orders should be made relating to in. season. Notice is further given that the Fish and ieme l , ...in MUt nn Anril 30, 1976. at 9;0U a.m., In Room B.109 of the State Building 13S) Front Street, San Diego, California, for public discussion of and presentation of obiec tions to the proposals presented to the commission on April 2, 1976, and after consideration of such discussion and objections the commission stiall publicly announce the regulations it proposes to make relet. cies or variety thereof, tor the Notice is also given that the Fisn and Game immiston will meet on May 28, 976, at 9 00 a.m., in Room 1131, New iMav. Lm Ari-ieelM. California, to hear and consider any objec tion io IIS uvin,iiiifiiiui wi proposed orders in relation to mammals for the 1976 hunting seasoni such determinations re-suiting from fleering on April 30, 1976. This notice is published in accordance with prov-tsions of Section 206 of the Fish and Game Code. FISH AND QAMC COMMISSION Leslie F. EdBerton C . 1 j I iu. tvnlinl ,-95507 15 LOST & FOUND n a n T amlH rinim. lnt Vie Webster Brod'3'yfct, j BRIEFCASE Brwn lost Fern St i Reward 50 984-0360, 885 4232. NO questions asxeq CAT tost 35. 9th. Ave nr Law-ton. Wht grev M. "i Slam Day 391-390C. ev M1-023Z CAT SIM. tost 227 vie Caorillo 17th 18th Ave. Re. 221-3326; 752 6821; 387-1432: 567-3301 CAT lost small adult dark brown vie. Myoe ' v e i le j o. noi 776-4002 OrN-OJr. COIN purse, purple: silver brae lost tjearv zir-n 751-4492 lt,n l.,i .m.n U.,ll Tbi lnt white spot on forehead & white tio on tail. $100 rew. No oues- OBfi lost Rwd. !m, blk. pdl. mm "Sweet Pea" Friendly. Nr. .... . . .. n.kluul Cat 3 A DOfi Reward, Husky "boutti" m rem ois- tinct. markings Mass. tag lost P. AltO 3 5. 32-70S4 D06 lost 216 bind. F. Retriever mis. DESPERATE!! Rew. $100 885-26'9 626-1315 Pm DOG fnd Irish Setter M Duo. 60S, Toy poodle. 37 gray, 5mi-' Int. Rew. 822-5428 D"7j5 found. White Sa moved. 53-1349 Duu. Oer. Shep lost V" male. Blk' brwn. Rew. g-EMbB ev. NAGRA Tape Recorder DoloresHidaiilo. 36. Large RE WARD No Questions. 851-1250 PUdSE ElacI lost Chinatown, i,i n mi: ncl loon WRISTWATCH tost 3,5. Tahoe L'tyoQUaw ol a i v a. iw brand. Rew. $200. No oues. 415-332-3161 30 PERSONALS JACK 0. If free & remember Lorain at Biiiingnam. Please write. PO. Box 7657. Salem. Org. JOHN McOONALD late of 205 9th St. S.r. Any friend or relative please call Kiner 8S3 55 aavs. TTTTT Emergency at home. Contact sneny ERNEST & Antone pis phone Mother coneci r-ion. :. tiys HAPPY BIRTHDAY ENRIQUE, I LOVE YOU. FRENCHIE 31 BUSINESS NOTICES v j FEAR Treooed Situations' Crowds? Supermarkets? Freeways Flying? Leaving home? FEEL PANIC? Feel different because of this? TERRAP. a non-profit corp. organized by former phobics. can help vou. Our professional consultants are specialists in the field of phobic anxieties. Locations in Menlo Park & San Jose. Call 415-329-1233 TV Commercial time avail, to man. meo. & large Dunnesse on late movie & talk show air- ins 1 am nigtitly starting Mar 1, KEMO, Ch. 20. $20 per JQ sec ond spot, 12 spots or 2 week min. 1-time production cost $50 for a com Dieted commercial. Joseph Bavresco & Co. 563-0667 DIVORCE without an Attorney (pay plan) Write: California Divorce Council 2525 Van Ness. SF Phi 441-5157 t.ll Valley Office 383-0370 3101 Telegraph, Berk. 549-0404 Sunnyvale Office 408-733 gQ6Q PREGNANT??? Free Pregnancy Test Birth Control Abortion Counsel-i n g. Personal, Confidential A ixi ri i on Cans. Med. referrals. 24 Hr. Health Information Lma. WOMtN HELPING WOMEN San Francisco 861 1302 ABORTION??? FREE Preg. Test-tmmed. results. Perm, birth control, men & women. Lie Hosp. environment. Pregnancy Control Center Non-profit. Over 20,000 referrals 6 reast-Hair Trans. y7-g7S8 UQ YOUR OWN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE With our typing & procedure service. WAVE PROJECT. SF. B70 Market 9S2-1371 Palo Alto 4i4-7912 ALCOHOLISM doesn't affect iust one person, the alcoholic. It affects the husband & father, the wife & mother, and each child. For Infer call the CAREUNIT program: 539-3080 cacH i kl ATln- An Exciting Game of Skill Open Daily 12 Noon to lam -,ui ivmi utri 01., o.r. FED up with the hit;n cost of Business Forms? The always long delivery time! Call Bruce SELF-HYPNOSIS Expert. Therapy w.med ref. f-REE broch. Clement Hypnosis Center 986-4883 HYPNOSIS for Habits. Sports. Studies. Selt-lmorovement & Career Motivation SF 772244 fid many bills? Payments too high? Worried? Call CREDIT ri n. i piace to pay 495-68U0 EST I tell what it is. 120. o.s-jyj ror appoimmeni ii-a. iiiui g'Tinaiea wnn r.aij SILVER $11 Pay S3 50: Silver Coma 150 up. Silver Bars Steve's 330 Rough 431-0693-4 ANSWERING SERVICE tS Monthly 864-3000 PUBLISHED AUTHOR will revise, Gho-twnte. edit, type 567-4562 OIVORCE. 125-up. EXPERT. FAST ALL COUNTIES (415)673 3317 People everywhere read the Want Ad Supermarket I, j 31 BUSINESS NOTICES Bankruptcy STOP debts, suits, ludamentt, attachments, harassments. keeo homecar-furn. clothes. I2.5O0 more. Re-estab. credit. FREE brochure in plain envelope explains bankruptcy. Chapter li. American Bankruptcy Council. 2525 Van Nesy S-f, fal-5175 GOLDEN GATE Fast Race Results A Scratches LINES OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 864-4260 DAILY ADVISORY SERVICE FREE Initial consultation. We can assist you to start up and or Improve your business. Calli Aames, Baker, Smith & Green at (415) 383-5593 32 INTRODUCTIONS ENGLISHMAN 55, CLASS PLUS Seeks a Lovely Lady-50 ELINOR ARNOLD 4418141 F0T0-DATINQ CLUB No Computer-No Contract S F. 982-6M6; (UB) 295-3M4 EXECUTIVE Singles Directory Discerning Intros 7771049 40 MONEY LOANED Business Loans For Working Capital Or Any Business Need $5,000 to $250,000 Secured by Combination Bus. E-quidi Real a Pers. prop. 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Taylor 9ff 5380 BUSINESS Loans S10.000 uo.also 1st a. na s p. w 10 000 POO Mr. ronj tjj-jj. VENTURE CAPITAL Assistance Projects tlOO.OOO and up Mr, Galen f415) 421 365S HOMEOWNERS! Money arranged on eauity for env putxjms. iii Mr. frogcer flgeni. b-jou ti-oj i uaitur. in r.f T No interest for 6 mos. 77S-288S MOSE BANtj, lib lay'or 3T ivwt. ,a nnimrr linhfu CACT AGENT Days, Eves 328 0377 45 MONEY WANTED EARN 10 Mr. Gains 397-1700 Buckbee Thome & Co. REAL ESTATE SINCE 1M7 Realtor Subsidiary of CUSrnviAn a wltritLU Bflnn Of America tenipr WAN'TEA it for gilt edge loans. Prime S.I . Real tsiare iu--i ini. Skyline Rltv. Lembi. SSI-UU SMALL Capital investment for mo. publication ror consenting EARN 12 15 on 2ND TD. Snort term: 77b-5700: 12S.M0. Secured by 2nd DT. 10 vrs. 10. 5;-tfB7p eves I 1 nau IW1 lV llA fit m. Kr bal sheet R E. 824-8439 50 PERFORMING ARTS NEW SHAKESPEARE COMPANY ADV. ACTING LAB. Speech. Body Movement, Emotion control. NMAR. 15. 10 wk. Limit 15. 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ADVANCED Haircuttmg Center in San Francisco needs teachers, expert cutters. Teaching c. toi rq. l-u-liJt), iviary. HAIRCUTTER, exper. wfollow-ing, mellow Mann loc. 454-4575 days, 621-4213 eves aft 6. SHOP For Sale. San Mateo. 574-9537 evs, 278-1235 dys. A gold mine nnusi sen. BARBER wanted, full or part time No Saturdays. 465 Califor- nia St. 986 9709 BEAUTY SALON for sale. 1925 Menalto Menlo Pk. Exc. cond. 323-3146. 967-2639. LASH'S PLACE Bay area newest hop. Exper. haircutter, MF, prer. wtohow, J4B-96I BARBER -Some styling. MF. Lo- i uiny, near lonuoia. Calf 682-9948 or 798-2861 BARBER M F No. Calif, town Of intco. yib-3-u-yjb7 uoug BARBER wanted for busy shop. bo, pay, navwaro xvt-9Buz BEAUTICIAN Exp. Marina Oist. 931-8300, 731-2214 BEAUTY STATION for rent. Jack- son Sguare. Appt. 989-0380 BARBER, some styling Sant.a o-a area. ru-54-,-4U'J8 BARBER Wanted full time or part time 456 Larkin. 65 MOVING-STORAGE BEHR MOVING. 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