The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on November 9, 1980 · 35
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i. -i. mi. m in h.ii - y r H 1 "! V W 1 V "P T'T S.F. Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Nov. 9, 1980 R Section B Page 7 , . q Spate of murders in The City n Three murders were reported In San Francisco during an eight-hour period yesterday, and a fatal shooting death was considered a fourth possible homicide case. Inspectors Whitey Guinther and Earl Sanders said a man called the Homicide Detail yesterday and suggested they look in either Room 401 or 402 of the Bristol Hostel, 56 Mason St. Guinther said a cruiser from Central Station was dispatched to the hotel where officers found the body of a man, about 52, beaten and stabbed in Room 402. Kermit Sorrels, 44, of 245 Leavenworth St, was stabbed to death about 2:50 ajn. yesterday in what police said appeared to be a quarrel between him and his woman friend. At 4 a.m., Luis Garcia, 27, of 700 Laguna St, was shot to death in his' apartment after a dispute with several . youths At about 5:30 p.m. yesterday a shooting occurred at the Third Street Liquors, 4646 3rd St. Police said Fahd . Eid, 20, was dead on arrival at Mission Emergency Hospital from gunshot wounds from a .38 caliber pistol. i Funerals .1 ,. I I 1 I 1 ll CI 1 - - . Hi V I i Associated Press Mount St Helens as she appears now, blast-ravaged terrain stretching forth as a reminder of eruption Life under America's volcano: i,i ML St. Helens a By Patrick Connolly Associated Press SEATTLE Mount St Helens' earth-shattering explosion in May is almost a memory now, but the volcano's fury still haunts the Pacific Northwest, even as tourist promoters and souvenir hawkers turn the geologic Armageddon into gold. The ashen slopes of the crumpled mountain in Southwest Washington now are usually cloaked in thick, muddy clouds. On rare cloudless days, scientists alight in helicopters on the crater rim to take the peak's pulse with instruments. They try to determine when it will blow again. The volcano shuddered to life again the night of Oct 18, with an explosion that sent a cloud of steam and ash nearly eight miles into the sky and obliterated a giant lava dome that had growTi on the floor of the crater. The unpredictable mountain puffed like a steam engine four more times through Oct. 20, then fell silent again, though scientists say it's just a matter of time before it goes again. However, they do not expect anything of the hydrogen-bomb force of the May 18 eruption. Half a year after that giant blast, a new fear has arisen that winter rains dribbling down the denuded slopes will cause floods and inundate communities along the Cowlitz River. There are other reminders of the . sunny Sunday morning when hundreds, maybe thousands, of years of geologic development were compressed into an awful instant . On Sept 30, more than four months after the eruption, logging crews found three more bodies in the powdery ash, bringing the death toll to 3i with 28 people missing and believed dead. The initial blast also devastated about 150 square miles of forest north of the mountain, downing tall timber like toothpicks. Damage estimates included $30 million to farm machinery from ash grinding up engines; $102 million to repair highways, and millions of dollars to clean up communities choked with ash. The blast also left people frazzled, and psychologists say they don't know how long the trauma of uprooted, disrupted lives will last Police linked the eruption and its aftermath to a rise in calls to a county crisis line in Ritzville, scene of heavy ashfall in Eastern Washington, where suicide threats and suicide attempts also rose. A crisis center at Chehalis, about 60 miles north of the volcano, reported a rise in wife-beating cases from towns nearest the volcano. Reactor near Pleasanton gets panel OK WASHINGTON (AP) An advisory committee to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has recommended that a nuclear test reactor near Pleasanton be allowed to resume operation. The Alameda County reactor, operated by General Electric, was shut down in 1977 after questions arose about its being able to withstand an earthquake. The reactor is located near an earthquake fault east of San Francisco. The Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards, a group comprised of 15 nuclear scientists, drafted a letter yesterday to the commission saying that modifications made at the plant make it clearly able to withstand an earthquake. The letter is expected to be sent to the NRC early in the week. It's not known when the panel will consider the matter. The agency's staff indicated general support for reopening the small reactor, which is about one-twentieth the size of a full-scale nuclear power plant Some environmental groups, including Friends of the Earth, have opposed the GE reactor and have asked to intervene in the case, requiring the commission to hold public bearings on the subject But for most people caught in the path of ash, life has returned to normal though sometimes with a gray tinge. For one thing, damage was less than initially feared. In Washington, early estimates of $2.6 billion in losses were trimmed to $12 billion. , A blow June 12 dumped one-eighth to one-half inch of ash on Portland, Ore., 60 miles from the mountain, but the city's Grand Floral Parade went on as scheduled two days later. "There's always some kind of crisis feeling at first," says James Jordan of the Washington Department of Commerce and Economic Development "It's not as bad as we thought." Tourism officials hope the eruptions that kept tourists away can lure them back. 'Tourism may improve even more when people hear that eruptions that followed the first explosion have been more a nuisance than anything and they have a certain scenic attraction," he says. Bus lines run tours from Seattle and Portland to the volcano. And two temporary federal information centers near the volcano attract thousands of visitors a day, half of them from out-of-state. Washington state officials advertised in Eastern newspapers that the state is a good place to vacation. In August, sightseers were shooting pictures of each other wading in what's left of the Toutle River. Through the summer, gaily-colored beachwear and Bermuda shorts contrasted with the wasteland of gray stumps and limbless trees. Cottage industries sprouted, manufacturing everything from St. Helens T-shirts to paperweights, posters and "pet volcanos." There's even a volcano parlor game ("Department of Emergency Services Makes Announcement You Don't Understand Go Back One Space"). Ash is being marketed to potters as a ceramic glaze. Farming, too, was not hit as hard as first feared. The ash's slight acidity may have helped crops by neutralizing the alkaline soil and letting the ground retain water from heavy rains in May and June. Eastern Washington produced a bumper crop of hops and the apple harvest was bountiful. Ash-covered fields produced one-third more bushels of wheat than last year. Motels and restaurants suffered after the blast because tourists shied away. But things picked up. "A lot of people from out of state are stopping to see what happened here and to scoop up little piles of ash," Deaths Joseph W. Herbert Rosary for Joseph W. Herbert, retired Bank of America vice president and a former member of the San Francisco Grand Jury, will be recited tonight in Daly City. Mr. Herbert died Friday in San Francisco after a brief illness. He was 70. In 1959, while serving as a grand juror, he is credited with coming up with an idea to store city voting machines in an unused Muni carbarn between elections instead of in private warehouses. The proposal saved San Francisco millions of dollars. He also was a member of the board of directors of the San Francisco YMCA, and a past president of the Lakeshore Park and Country Club Acres Improvement Club and the Sunrisers Breakfast Gub. Mr. Herbert is survived by his wife, Mary, of San Francisco; three sons, David, Richard, and Daniel Herbert, and three grandchildren. Rosary will be recited at 5 pjn. at Duggan's Mortuary, Daly City. Mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m tomorrow at St Stephen's Catholic Church. Burial will be private. Frank Duff DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) Frank Duff, founder of the Roman Catholic lay organization, the Legion of Mary, is dead at 91, the organization announced here yesterday. half-year later says Bruce Benzel, president of the Ritzville Chamber of Commerce. "Motels weren't too busy the first couple of months but it's back now pretty much to normal. We hope to turn the volcano into an asset" he says. Ritzville, a town of about 2,000, had to reseed its ash-clogged golf course and still contends with gritty dust clouds when the wind blows. But it has proclaimed itself "Ash Capital of the United States" and, by next summer, tourists will find exhibits of photographs and movies showing how it was when the mountain blew. Further east in ash-dusted Spokane, some companies considering locating there "cooled down" right after the eruption but "are talking again," says Alan Edmunds, general manager of the Spokane Area Development Coun-cU. Spokane is 290 miles from the volcano but should benefit, too, from people traveling to see the mountain, says Barbara Brooner of the Spokane Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. "The problem is that we scared them before they could realize how neat the volcano was," she says. Nearer the volcano itself, the ravages are easier to see. Yet in the 150square mile blast zone north of the mountain, life is returning. Deer tracks have been seen in the ash fluff.. White and purple wildflowers poke up. Tree sprouts appear. Most worried right now are communities down from the mountain along the Toutle and Cowlitz rivers Castle Rock, Lexington, Kelso and Longview, with a combined population of about 44.000. They face flooding if the Army Corps of Engineers dredging fails to hold back winter rain runoff. "We're on schedule. But we won't know until after the first winter how well we really did," says Jim Addison, a corps spokesman. Already those communities are struggling with water, filtration systems clogged with thousands of tons of mud and silt. But the silt was a mixed damnation. Lloyd Inman, Longview public works director, says it filled in marginal farmland, on which a 12ftacre golf course now will be built. "Things are pretty well back to normal, except that whenever we see a puff of steam from the mountain we wonder if we're going to get it again," Inman says. One economic sign that life is returning to normal showed up in Seattle stores. Vials of Mount St Helens ash, previously costing 99 cents each, were on sale for 79 cents. Duff, who left his job as a civil servant at the age of 44 to devote his life to the legion, remained active until his death on Friday. A spokesman for the legion said Duff had planned a bicycle tour this weekend. The Legion of Mary, dedicated to social work among the poor and underprivileged, was founded here in 1921 and quickly expanded worldwide, with strong membership in Africa and South America. Duff was born June 7, 1889. In 1948, he was made honorary member of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit and in 1956 he received the Marianist award of the University of Dayton in Ohio, for distinguished work in Mariology, study and beliefs concerned with the Virgin Mary. . Duff was honored by the International Variety Club in 1961, which bestowed its international humanitarian award upon him. The legion's active members have numbered more than half a million, including thousands in China until the organization was outlawed there by the Communist regime. In a tribute, Cardinal Tomas O-Fiaich, the Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All-Ireland, said, "A great man has died. Frank Duffs contribution to the universal church has been enormous.' The Most Rev. Dermot Ryan, archbishop of Dublin, said, "Frank Duff must be recognized as one of the great Catholics of this century." ALLARD, Mary BROSEi Fred M. BURLEY, Betty CALLAGHAN, Edwin J. . CHAN, Vlnf Wonf CHIANTELLI.Fertfintndo COLLINS, Cturles B. FERRANTLLin FORDE, Thomas GALLI, Helen Nells GUILFOYLE, Mercedes G. HALSEN. Florence A. HERBERT, Joseph W. JORGENSEN, Robert Napoleon LEASK, George P. LEE, Madoc Louie LOVRIN, Helen E. MAESO, Genevieve M. Mccracken, Wilbur g. McTERNAN, Charles G. (Mike) NICCO, Guido PARSONS, H.Holt PEBBLES, Carroll B. PECK. Myrtle PIERCY, Susan C. ROOOOCK, William RYAN, Frank J. SHAPIRO, Glaflri SNEAD, Florence E. VELEZ, Albert WACHTER, Harold WESTEFELO. Claire VAZAWA, Henry T. ZAHARIS, John A. ALLARO, Mary Nov. 8, 1980; beloved professional nurse who practised throughout the western United States and especially near the end of her career at St. Mary's Hospital, S F., residing the past several years in Chabot Convalescent Hospital, Castro .Valley. Interment, private, at Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma. Memorial services Tuesday, 7 p.m. at Our Lady of Grace Convent Chapel, a9920 Anita Ave., Castro Valley. CAREW & ENGLISH BROSE, Fred M. Suddenly, October 17, 1980; aged 79 years; survived by daughter, Maxine Brose; beloved sister, Adele Dissmeyer; niece, Jeanette Dunn; nephew, Howard Brose; ' member Iron Worker's Local, No. 377. Private services were held. BURLEY, Betty In this city, Nov. 7, 1980; dearly beloved wife of Leroy J. Buriey; loving mother of Roy W. Buriey and Merry L. Donoghue; dear grandmother of Jack Buriey, Karen Louise Bur-ley, Julie Ann Buriey, Michael C. Burnett, Jody Elizabeth Ket-chue, Johanna Leigh Cooksey and Janet Jean Burnett; loving great-grandmother of Christina Janet Cooksey. Services will be held at the Second Church of Religious Science. 280 Claremont Blvd., S.F., Monday, Nov. 8. 1980, at 1 p m. Donations to the American Cancer Society, preferred. CALLAGHAN, Edwin J. Suddenly in S.F., November 6, 1980; Edwin J. Callaghan; beloved husband of Irene Callaghan; loving brother of Nellie Caldwell, - Agnes Grantz and Ethel Kappel, and the late James "Red". Timothy. Thomas "Jack" Callaghan. Lillian Gianrranchesi and Kath-. leen DeBardeleben; loving brother-in-law of Mae O'Malley ' and Catherine McPhillips; retired member of IBEW-Local 6 and IOF. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. Funeral Monday. 9:15 a.m., from the EVERGREEN MORTUARY of McAVOY O'HARA CO, Geary Blvd. and Tenth Ave.; thence to St. Cecilia's Church for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:45 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Donations to St. Anthony's Dining Room appreciated. McAVOY O'HARA CO. CHAN, Ying Wong In Oakland, Nov. S, 1980; wife of the late Bock Hing Chan; loving mother of May Taam, Ada Wong, Janet Lee, Bertha Tong, Alvin Chan, Norman Chan, Eleanor McGill and Madelene Canine; also survived by 21 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; member Oakland Chinese Community Methodist Church; Charter Member Oakland Chinese Moth-! er's Club; aged 90 years. Friends are invited to attend services, Monday, Nov. 10, at 1 p.m., in the Mortuary Chapel. Family will receive friends Sunday. 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., in the Mortuary Chapel. Interment, Mt. View Cemetery, Oakland. ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY 3476 Piedmont Ave., Oakland CHIANTELLI, Ferdinando On Nov. 7, 1980; beloved husband of the late Eugenia Chiantelli; loving father of Lillian Piccinini of Millbrae and father-in-law of El 10 Piccinini; dear grandfather of Louis Piccinini and grand-father-in-law of Loretta Piccinini of Daly City; a native of Lucca, Italy; aged 93 years; retired. The funeral will leave the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS, El Camino Real at Millwood Drive, Millbrae, Monday, Nov. 10, 1980, at 9:15 a.m., for St. Dun-stan's Catholic Church in Millbrae, for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a m. Entombment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday, Nov. 9, 1980, at 8 p.m., at the Chapel of the Highlands. COLLINS, Charles B. In San Bruno, Oct. 21, 1980; dearly beloved husband of Lucy Collins; beloved father of Joann Collins; retired Teamster, Local No. 88; native of SF. No services were Jield. FERRANTI, Line Nov. 7, 1980; dearly beloved wife of the late Guido Ferranti; loving mother of Elisa Belluomini and Paul Ferranti; devoted grandmoter of John and Marion Belluomini, Marilyn and Paula Ferranti; devoted great-grandmother of Tony and Joey Belluomini; loving sister of Anita Bertolini, Carlo and the late Ceaser Bah dassari; aged 81 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday 9 a.m. from the Chapels of VALENTI, MARI-Nl, PERATA & CO., 4840 Mission St.; thence to the Church of the Immaculate Conception where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Interment, Italian Cemetery. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. . 333-0161 FORDE, Thomas Of San Ansel-mo, Nov. 6, 1980; beloved husband of Julia Forde; devoted father of the late Tom Forde; beloved brother of Joseph and : Sam Forde of SF and Jack Forde of Terra Linda; also survived by several sisters and brothers in Ireland; native of Ireland; aged 71 years; member of Retired City and Cnty Employees Assoc., I B E.W., Local No. 6. Friends are invited to attend the funeral, Mon.. Nov. 10, 10 30 a.m. from the CHAPEL OF THE HILLS. 330 Red Hill Ave., San Anselmo; thence to St. Rita'a Church, Fairfax, for a Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. Interment private. Rosary. Sun., 4 p.m. at the Mortuary. Chapei of the Hills 453-8440 In Memoriam KERTZ, Joseph In loving remembrance on the ninth aniv-ersary of his death. MclSAAC, Gene In loving memory, on your 14th anniversary. Mass being said at St. Paul's. Love. Bob and Lit. HANDLE, Christina In loving memory of your birthday. You are deeply loved and sadly missed. Robert Jones. GALLI, Helen Nella Nov. 7, 1980; loving wife of the late William L. Galli, Sr.; dearly beloved mother of Gloria Stowell and William L. - Galli; dear grandmother of Neil James Nelson, Janet A. Ungar-etti, Roxane L. and Michael F. Galli; dear great-grandmother of Erik and Jason Nelson; a native of S.F. Friends may call Tuesday after 4 p.m. Rosary Tuesday 8 p.m. Valet Parking Attendants on Duty. Funeral Wednesday 10:30 ' a.m. at the Memorial Chapels of CAREW & ENGLISH. Masonic at Golden Gale Aves.; thence to St. Ignatius Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Interment, Italian Cemetery. Donations to your favorite charity, preferred. GUILFOYLE, Mercedes G. November 6, 1980; beioved wife of Anthony Guilfoyle; devoted mother of Kimberly Ann and Anthony John Guilfoyle; loving daughter of Ramon Gerina and the late Juanita Gerina; endeared sister of Mary Ortiz, Elena Acevedo, Ana Weathers, Juanita Simmons and Augustine Gerina; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Private funeral services were conducted Friday, Nov. 7 from REILLY CO., 29th & Dolores Sts., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady of Mercy Church, Westlake. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Donations to Leukemia Foundation, 323 Geary St.. S F., preferred. GOODWIN SCANNELL HALSEN, Florence A. In San Francisco, November 7, 1980; daughter of the late Arvid & Ida Halsen; sister of the late Arthur C. Halsen; dear friend of Fredrick Stewart and Dorothy Pat-tridge; also survived by cousins . in California and Sweden; a native of SanFrancisco; a member of Seaport Chapter No. 427, O.E.S. since the age of 21. Friends are invited to attend funeral services on Monday, November 10 at 11 a.m. at N. GRAY & CO., 4000 Nineteenth Avenue at Sargent, S.F. Entombment Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma. HERBERT, Joseph W. In S.F., Nov. 7. 1980; beloved husband of Mary Herbert; devoted father of David, Richard and Daniel Herbert; loving brother of Kather-ine Doherty; dear grandfather of Jennifer, David and Michelle - Herbert; aged 70 years; a retired Vice-President of Bank of America, employed for 47 years; a member of 1959 Grand Jury for the City & Co of S.F.; Board of Directors of YMCA; past President of the Lakeshore Park and Country Club Acres Improvement Club and the Sunrisers Breakfast Club. Friends may call today and are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial Monday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Stephen's Church. Private interment. Rosary Sun- day at 5 pm. at DUGGAN'S SERRA MORTUARY, 500 Westlake Ave., east of Junipero Serra Blvd.. DC. ' THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY JORGENSEN, Robert Napoleon In Sebastopol, CA, Nov. 1, 1980;. Robert Napoleon Jorgensen; loving brother of Gerda Freder-ickson and Peter Jorgensen of Copenhagen, Denmark; a native of Denmark; member of Sailor's Union of the Pacific. Friends may attend the funeral services, Z 30 p m., Monday. Nov. 10, at ANDERSON'S, Valencia St. at 25th St. Interment, Olivet Memorial Park. -ANDERSON'S FUNERAL PARKLORS VISITOR PARKING LEASK, George P. In Columbus, Ohio, October 27, 1980; survived by his wife Margaret; son Dick of Mill Valley; Daughters Virginia Wettersten of Columbus, Ohio, Judy Leask of Oakland, Ca. and Margie Leask of St. Paul, Minnesota; two grandsons; brother John Leask of Carlisle, Mass.; sisters Nancy Phillips and Elizabeth Durland both of Connecticut; resently returned from Germany where he was Vice President of Kaiser Aluminum Europe. Memorial service, Monday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. in the Lafay-ette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, Lafayette In lieu of flowers please send contributions to George P. Leask Memorial Fund co Kaiser Employees Federal Credit Union, 300 Lakeside Dr., Oakland, Ca. 94643. LEE, Madoc Louie In San Mateo, Nov. 5, 1980; beloved husband of Jane; loving father of David Louis and Marjone May; grandfather of Jennie Naomi; bereaving brother, sisters, nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews; a native of San Francisco; aged 56 years. Friends are invited to attend services at the TELEGRAPH AVENUE CHAPEL, Monday, Nov. 10, 1980, at 11 a.m. The family will receive friends Sunday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Mortuary Chapel. Interment, Mt. View Cemetery. GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES 2850 Telegraph Ave., Oakland 451-6434 LOVRIN, Helen E. In S.F., Nov. 7, 1980; dearly beloved wife of the late John Lovrin; beloved mother of Gerald, Andrew, James and the-late Richard Lovrin; beloved grandmother of Garry, Jen Catherine, Brian and Matthew Lovrin; loving sister of the Rev. Andrew Giligan. S.J. and sister-in-law of Agnes Lovrin. Friends may visit Sunday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at CURRI-VAN'S CHAPEL OF THE SUNSET, 2550 Irving St. (at 26th Av.) Rosary Sunday at 8 p.m. Funeral Monday 9:30 a.m. from CURRI-VAN'S. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m., Holy Name of Jesus Church, 39th Ave. and Lawton St. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. MAESO, Genevieve M. In this city, Nov. 7, 1980; beloved wife of Frank J. Maeso; loving mother of Milinda Maeso and Barbara Cruz; devoted sister of John Martinez and Monica Mattes. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday, Nov. 10 at 8 30 a.m. from the Mortuary of W. C. LASSWELL & CO , 6154 Mission St., corner Wilson; thence to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Daly City, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited Sunday (today) at 3 p.m. Memorials to the St. Anthony's Dining Room, 121 Golden Gate Ave., preferred. MCCRACKEN, Wilbur G. In So. SF. Nov. 7, 1980; late of San Bruno; beloved husband of Evelyn McCracken; loving father of Joyce Cameron, Jan McCracken, Joanne McCracken, Jill McCracken and George McCracken; dear grandfather of Erin Cameron and Nicholas McCracken; a native of San Francisco; retired member of Teamsters Local 226. The funeral will leave the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS, El Camino Real at Millwood Dr., Millbrae. Monday at 10:15 a.m. for St. Robert's Catholic Chuch, San Bruno, for a Mass of Christian Burial at 10.30 a.m. Interment, Italian Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday at 8 p.m. at the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS. Contributions to your favorite chanty or spiritual bouquets, preferred. Cemeteries-Lots FOR VETERANS and SPOUSE Beautifully Expanded Area Before need reservations avail. FOR ALL FAITHS WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK Colma Inspection Invited 755-1727 -'--'"-' - . ' McTERNAN, Charles G. (Mike) In this city Nov. 7, 1980; loving son of the late Charles and Bernitta McTernan; loving brother of Maureen Sinclair, Ka-thy (Bernita) and Sharon McTernan, Bonnie Kovach and Marianne Strange; dearest grandson of Bernitta Malcolm; beloved friend of Missy Tipper; ' survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles; aged 23 Sears; a graduate of Riordan ligh School, Class of 75. Friends are invited to attend services Monday at 1245 p.m. from DUGGAN'S SERRA MORTUARY, 500 Westlake Ave., east of Junipero Serra Bivd, DC; thence to St. Emydius Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 1:15 pm. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary Sunday (tonight) 7:30 p.m. at St. Emydius Church, 286 Ashton, S.F. Spiritual bouquets or donations to your favorite charity, preferred. THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY NICCO, Guido Nov. 6, 1980; beloved husband of Inez Nicco; loving father of Demse and Anthony Nicco; devoted son of Antonio Nicco; dear brother of Robert Nicco; dear brother-in-law of Rose Nicco, Bee and Babe Bullo; loved nephew of Stella Roncali; dear cousin of Lydia Nobile; also leaves nieces and nephew. Rosary, Sunday evening, 7 o'clock, at HALSTED 4 CO.. 1123 Sutter St. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered, Monday morning, 9 o'clock, at St. Brigid's Church. Entombment, Holy Cross Mausoleum Memori-'- al gifts to your favorite charity preferred. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING HALSTED . CO. PARSONS, H. Holt In Walnut. Creek, Nov. 7, 1980; a resident of Walnut Creek; beloved husband of Evelyn Parsons; loving father of Christine Parsons of Ledyard, Conn, and Dan Parsons of Chico; dear son of Blanche Yount of Walnut Creek; a native of Cali-. forma; aged 67 years; past Master of Orinda Masonic Lodge No. 521; past Patron of Orinda Eastern Star Chapter No 635; retired Lt. Col. in U.S. Army reserve; retired from of DeMonte Corp.; graduate of Univ. of Calif., Berkeley. Services will be held Monday, Nov. 10 at 10:30 a m. at Grace Presbyterian Church, 2100 Tice Valley Blvd., Walnut Creek. Private cremation, HULL'S WALNUT CREEK CREMATORY. The family prefers contributions to John Muir Hospital Memorial Fund or to your favorite charity. HULL'S WALNUT CREEK CHAPEL 934-5400 PEBBLES, Carroll B. In Walnut Creek. Nov. 7, 1980; dearly beloved husband of Marie Pebbles; loving father of Joan Wilson; dearest grandfather of Jennifer Wilson; retired Lt. Cmdr. U.S NR.; retired employee of the City and Co. of S F.; an alumnus of U S F.; a member of the Contra Costa Co. Board of Realtors. Friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial Monday at 11 a.m. at St. Ignatius Church, Fulton and Parker Sts., S.F. A , Rosary will be offered Sunday afternoon 4 p.m. at DUGGAN'S SERRA MORTUARY, 500 Westlake Ave.. D C. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY ' PECK, Myrtle In S F , November 7, 1980; beloved wife of the late Francis Peck; loving sister of Lucile S. Barrango and Frank R. Savage; loving sister-in-law of Charles Barrango and Inez L. Savage: an affiliate membership in the Daughters Of Charity Of St. Vincent De Paul; a member of Calif. Chapter Of The Alpha Delta Kappa; retired principal of Daniel Webster and I.M. Scott Elementary Schools; a na-. tive of S.F.; aged 73 years. Friends may call after 2 p.m., Sunday, and are invited to attend the funeral Monday, at 1015 a.m., from DUGGAN'S SERRA MORTUARY, 500 Westlake Ave., east of Junipero Serra Blvd , DC; thence to St. Cecilia's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 1045 a m. Interment, Holy Cross. Rosary. Sunday, 4 p.m. Spiritual bouquets or con-, . tributions to Mary's Help Hospital Expansion Fund preferred. THE BUD DUGGAN FAMILY PIERCY, Susan C. In this city, Nov. 7, 1980; loving mother of the late William H and Donald S. v Piercy; loving grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of three. Visitation after 10 a.m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday 11 a.m. at the Evergreen Mortuary of McAVOY O'HARA CO., Geary Blvd. and Tenth Ave. Private interment. Holy Cross Cemetery. . McAVOY O'HARA CO. RODOOCK, William In So. S.F: Nov. 7, 1980; dearly beloved husband of the late Edith B. Roddock; devoted friend of David and Joyce Davies and Glen G. Davies; a veteran of WWI; a member of the V.F.w. and the I.B.E.w. No. 6; a retired employee of the City of S.F. Friends may call at the Mortuary Sunday (today) after 2.30 p.m. and are invited to attend the funeral services Monday, Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Mortuary of W. C. LASSWELL & CO.. 6154 Mission St., corner Wilson. Interment, Olivet Memorial Park. Cremations BYRGAN : CREMATIONBURIAL SOCIETY BAY AREA'S OLDEST FIRM SINCERE SERVICE Arrangements At Your Home NO HIDDEN CHARGES Free Literature-Counselling 24 HOUR SERVICES 441-4699 . E. Bay 836-6530 SJ 268-8059 Burmgame 343-5511 NEPTUNE-- SOCIETY A Beautiful Alternative To The Costlv. Involved Funerai-Cemetery System Pre-Death Arrangements Made Immediate HELP Call FREE Literature Call 770717 680 Beach Street; SF 94109 DIRECT CREMATION DIRECT BURIAL $247.50 Basic Fee Compare t Save Arrangements by mail phone. Free brochure (415)632-3377 SKYVIEW MEMORIAL LAWN Serving San Francisco and Bay Area from Vaileio-Oakland. WHOM DVWTBIWO Notice is heretiy given that "thel r-wice commission will conduct a Public Hearing relative to adopting wiiuiai uroer m- "Kesiaence certification " Said hearins will be held at the Hall Of JuShrf! ASn Rrwnt ftrriaal San Francisco, in Room 551. at 5 00 pm.. on Wednesday.. November 12, 1980. Lieutenant Willie E Frazier Secretary THE POLICE COMMISSION Nov. 7 thru 12, 198061 fi'.f i -', a", iHi'i- i'iii.eiui-i'.iil RYAN, Frank J. In this city, Nov. 6, 1980. beloved husband of Henrietta A. Ryart; devoted father of Frank M. and Thomas J. Ryan and Joanne Dietlein; loving father-in-law of Margaret and Violet Ryan and Mike Dietlein; loving grandfather of Frank,' Greg, Michael, John, Matthew, Jo Anna and Kurt; loving brother of Patrick and the late Ger-' aid, Michael, Chris and John Ryan; a retired Lieutenant of the S.F.P.D.; and a member of Widows and Ophans Assoc. of, S.F.P.D. Friends are invited to attend the funeral, Monday at 9:15 a.m., from the Chapels of ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN & CO . 2254 Market St. bet 15th & 16th Sts.; thence to St. Elizabeth's Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will , be offered at 10 a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. ROSARY, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, AT 4 P.M. Spiritual bouquets or donations to the Widows and Orphans Assoc., S.F.P.D. SULLIVANS 621-4567 SHAPIRO, Glafira Entered into rest, Nov. 6, 1980: Glafira Shapiro: dearly beloved wife of the late Efim S. Shapiro; beloved mother of Dr. Eugene Shapiro and the late Betty Gradow; devoted mother-in-law of Mary Shapiro; loving grandmother of Stephen and Linda Shapiro and George Gradow. Services. Sunday, 1 p.m.. SIN-. Al MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Divisa-dero St. at Geary. Contributions to your favorite charity preferred. , SNEAO, Florence E. In San Francisco, Nov. 6, 1980; Florence E. Snead; wife of the late Samuel C. Sneaii; beloved mother of Eleanor M Battaglieri and Marie L. Stanfel; beloved grandmoth- er of Joseph S., Leland J., Nina M , and Donald A. Battaglieri, Stephen R., Peter M. and Lee Stanfel. and Darlee Roberts; great-grandmother of Kimber-lee, Kelly and Kenneth Stanfel, and Michael Roberts; loving mother-in-law of Joseph Battaglieri and Leland Stanfel; loved by her sister, Pauline Clement; and nieces and nephews; a native of San Francisco; member of St. Francis Episcopal Church; Amity Chapter, No. 262, O.E.S.; and Nazarine Chapter, No. 2, W. S.O.J Family Services were held, Friday, Nov. 7, at ANDERSON'S, Valencia St. at 25th St. Interment, Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. Anyone wishing to do so may make contributions to the American Cancer Society. ANDERSON'S FUNERAL PARLORS VELEZ, Albert In Burlingame. . Nov. 7, 1980; late of Millbrae, Calif.; beloved husband of Kath-enne Valez; loving father of Linda Velez McCarthy, Richard Albert Velez, Denise Kathleen Velez, Robert Raymond Velez, Sharon Rose Velez and Dianne and Carole; dear brother of Louis Mendoza. David Mendoza and Thomas Mendoza; also survived by nine grandchildren; a . native of San Francisco; aged 61 years; Secretary-Tresurerer of : Teamsters Union Local. 256 and , Ahahui Kalakaua. . . Blessing services Monday at 11 a.m. at the the CHAPEL OF ' THE HIGHLANDS. El Camino Real at Millwood Drive, Millbrae. .. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday at 4 p.m. at the CHAPEL OF THE HIGHLANDS. WACHTER, Harold Entered into rest Nov. 8, 1980, Harold Wach-ter; dearly beloved husband of Barbara Wachter; loving father of Ronald, Kenneth and Richard . Wachter; beloved son of Abe and Minnie Wachter; devoted brother of Marilyn Simon; devoted son-in-law of Edith Ross; brother-in-law of Hillard and Dr. Neil Ross and Dr. Jim Simon; a member of Lebanon-Pacific Lodge No. 136 F 4A M Services Sunday. 2:30 p.m. at Temple Sherith Israel. 2266 California St., S.F.. under the direction of SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Entombment will be private. Contributions to Temple Beth Jacob Rebuilding Fund, 1550 Alameda de las Pulgas, Redwood City 94061 preferred. WESTEFELO, Claire November 8, 1980; loving aunt of Evelyn Dobson, Helen Sodelund and Clifford Chester. Services Monday afternoon I M 0 Clock at HALSTED & CO., 1123 Sutter St, Interment, Cy press Lawn Memorial Park. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING HALSTED & CO. successors to Gantner-Felder-Kenny YAZAWA, Henry T. Nov. 5, 1980: dearly beloved husband of June Yazawa; devoted brother of Kimiko Maeshima; a Bechtel Co. employee for 20 years; a mem-, ber of SF Gem and Mineral Society: alumnus of University of Illinois. Friends are invited to attend funeral services, Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at HALSTED & CO 1123 Sutter St. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING HALSTED & CO. successors to MARTIN & BROWN ZAHARIS, John A. At rest, Nov. 7, 1980; beloved father of Chris- sy Quam and Dimitra Coots; loving brother of California Sar-' antitis; a native of Samos, Greece. Prayer service Sunday 7 30 p.m. at MISSION CHAPELS, 435 Valencia St. nr. 15th. Funeral Monday 1 p.m. at the Chapel and 130 p.m. at the Annunciation Cathedral. Interment, Greek Memorial Park. PARKING ON PREMISES Funeral Directors . SIMPLE DIGNIFIED SERVICE $265 Pre Arrangements POLLARD & SONS 2296 Sutter St. SF 931-7437 HALSTED & CO. 1123 Sutter.SF 673-3000 24 Hrs All Services Itemized Volente Marini Perata Co. 4840 Mission St.. SF 333-0161 -ilL-T ESTABLISHED: JUYUS50 -V Still operated by ' direct descendants of the founder, Nathaniel Gray San Fnncixco's Oldest Funeral Directors DIVnSADKRO ST. AT HOST . NINETEENTH AVE. AT SARGENT 'One block tmst of Juiuptro Bnf. ' TEL. 921-1231 f -'- i-'ir,-',i"L r 4Ttfjr ft "(7 V. T -i A

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