Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 24, 1967 · 22
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22 I Ciika211CrUiunt Tkurt,Aug.24,l967 In Alameda. August H, W, nearly MBwa moffw af D. E. IMwi f (MuwC WHIiem E. AococX af Fremont; loving wm of Juenna Wtt f OeHieno. A native of MtMOuru ajpod V) years. Fnmat are fcwHed attend services ft the Tttegrapfe Avenue Chepel of &XANT MILLER MDSToARitl Si Telegraph AnnA Oakland. Frioey, August tS m 11 mJm. (Amp Barking). Services conciuoee at tne Mertuery Om. Private family Inurn-MM MrvkM at Chapel e Memories. rFer furtner MoriNiiaa DM BABBITT, Laeaa of WW " MM. OMKna, August J2, 1W. 0od wife ot tne iete Um W. Baoom; oe-, votst) tfeter-in-iew at Leon C. Baobitt; oeer friend at Mildred Don. A native at Pennsyivaiue,; aaaa 46 yaorv Furore! service were netd 51 new Mortuary at HARLE IP. BA - NOHr a test J4tfe street Oelclewloa Ttwrsde. -August tnromomam, - Chepe, S the Chimes. Oekiene. ir-jr" MfcAJAS, Laaa, Jb7. beiovea w la Oakland. August V. at Joa aaraiw m arit rkm: towmg inonwr or r. Oitw of lgnac Munol Jl Oaiuand and Mrv Sraca Arailano of Richmona, lovtno owgniar at Mr. Estatano Murul ftW-I. Aoraham Muneii ala ur-vivad by gnt grandcniioran. A IT. a jiacri s Camoiic Church and tert fTGJI. A aattwa at Maw- Suagad Si Frlandf ara Invttad la attani tanrlcai Trloay, Augmt at : a.m. trot thj NARVCHAPEL, at ttiatf naw toca- joutti at Asnoy. Berkaiey; jiiiprS Church, la) Addison Straa . araiay, wnara a Raouiam Mass arill JTirhWad tor tha J commancmj at M a m. Radtattoa o tha Rosary, Thursday overling at I a.m. ntomomant, SI. Jusapft's Mausoiaum. EBKH, SV altar Frad, In San Fable, Au- aust 22, , of !W Anorada Avanu. Hrnond, husband at Mrs. MurW aacxcH at Richmond; steptamar of Sherry Harcourt, Vickw War court and Eodia Harccurt. all of Richmond; son at Mrs. Ivn.a Sabicft of Richmond; Brother of Mrs. Mary AOeyta, &rge Beplch, John Beoich and Steva Beoich, all of Richmond, Peta Beblch Stocktonand William Beblch of Plnoia. A member and past president at Richmond Parlor, Ho. J 17, Native Sons , ot the Gotten West; Richmond Ledge No. 125! ; B P.O. Elks, AH Slav Club, all of Rich-Jrii, Louis Hegen Pot, No. 340, ol American Leg on of El Cerrito, Rich-tnoUd Bar Association. Contra Cost, touaty Bar Association. California State KrAssocieton and - graduate of Hasting Law College, -Class of 1S3. A KSraji f VWrldWar II. A native of BUthmondi aged 41 years. Friends are Invited to attend evening aarvtces conducted by Richmond ParlorNo. 217. N.S.G W. at the Civic Cen-C'cSpS I Of the WIUOM KRATZER MORTUARIES, tl Street at Barren Avenue. Richmond, Thursoy, Auo-ust 24 at I p-m. Funeral services will bV conducted at the Chapel, en Friday, Auoust 25 at I p.m. For further hitor-rnaon pT-w teiVpnone 23J-OU. BERRtTYESA, William Stenlsleow In Fel-ton. August 23. IW, loving husband lot Augusta Claire Berreyesa; Jtathar afWHilam Fay Berreyesa of Lot Altos Tnd Jean GautscN ot Menlo Park; brotheTof Emily For of , Oakdala; a so survived by six grandchildren. A native of California; aged (2 years. A tnember of the First Church of Christ Scientists, Boston, Massachusetts. Friends are Invited to etter w memorial services at the WESSENDORF B THAL CMAPEU Santa Crus. Friday, August 25, at 11:00 am. Memorial Contributions to First Church of Christ .Scientist, Felton. California, preferred. CASEY, William B. (Bill), of Danville, August U, 1A7, beloved husband of Ins Casey; loving father of Erin Casey of wneelkig. West Virginia; also survlveed by eight sister and brothers. A native of Veeting, West Vlrgimei aged 45 yof .. . .... , u t friVOie Tamirf IcrTnsi ww rr the SAN RAMON VALLtT uwrci. Danville. CHIODO, Emilia, Jr., In Piedmont, Au- fust 23, 167, dearty beloved son of mifio and Angelina Chlodo; loving brother of Louis CModo. A native of Oakland; aged 35 years. Friends may call at tha JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4014 How Street, Oakland, until Thursday, evening, August 24 at p.m. Private family servicei will be held at the Tower Chapel of Mountain View Cemetery, Friday, August 25 at 10 a.m. En-tombment Mountain View Mausoleum. OENT, Minolta I- In Berkeley, August 23, 147, loving wife of Edwin C. Dent of Oakland; devoted mother of Sydney C. and Paul W. Dent, bom of San Lean-dro; grandmother of Mr. Carol Ann Foss of Port Angeles, Washington. A native of Wisconsin; aged 2 year A member of St. John's Presbyterian Church of Berkeley. j Friends are Invited to attend services. Saturday, August 26, at 11:30 a.m., at TRUMANS CHAPEL Telegraph Avenue at 30th Street, Oakland. FANCY, Mary C of 525 Monadnock Way, Oakland, August 22, 167, beloved wife of the late George Fahey; loving mother of George William Fahey of Sjn Francisco, Russell E. Fahey of Los Al-. tos and Richard Fahey of Morega; loy-Mng grandmother of Jimmy, Dennis, , Richard and Mary Fahey; loving moth-.r-hvlaw of Merle, Evelyn and Janet ' Fahey. A native or vaneioi ages years. A parishioner of St. Cyril's Church and a member of St. Anne's Society of St. Cyril's Church. Friends art Invited to attend tht funeral from the new Mortuary of CHAPEL P. BANNON, 4800 East 14th Street, Oakland, on Saturday, August 26, st a.m.; thence to St. Cyril' Church for a Requiem Mass, commencing at :30 a.m. Interment; Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Recitation of the Rosary, Friday, at p.m. (For further information pieese call 632-1011). FLYNN, Wlllerd B., of 3725 13th Avenue, Oakland, suddenly August 22, 1967, beloved husband of Mary Rose Flynn; loving father of Mary V. King of San . Francisco, and Jean Player of Honolu. lu; loving grandfather of Michael and f Patricia Player; loving father-in-law of Bert J. King and Charle E. Player. A native of New Heven, Connecticut; 1 aged 6S yean. A veteran of World War i l. A member of Longshoremen's Union, 7 San Francisco, and Oakland Barracks World War I Veterans. S Friends are Invited to attend the tu-J neral from the new ",Tw,5i9HAR." J LES P. BANNON, 6800 East 14th Street, I Oakland, on Friday morning, August 25 ' ot :30; thence to St. Margaret Mary t Church, Emerson Street and Excelsior J Avenue, Oakland, for a Requiem Mass J commencing at 9:00 a.m. Recitation of ; the Rosary Thursday evening at J: 00. ' Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Haywerd. If friends so desire, family i would prefer memorial contributions to - Hannah Boys Center, Sonoma County, i California. For further Information, i call 432-1011. HOTT, Ntn Woodson, In Oakland, August 23, 1967, beloved wife of the late Homer A. Hott; loving sister of Mrs. Frank S. Torino of Paradise, Mrs. George McRo-rey and rnorris B. Woodson, both of Oakland; also leaves many nieces and A native Of i-rannton, nen- SOCIAL SECURITY CAN PAY FUNEBAL EXPENSES ASK FOIt FREE BOOKLET GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES 72 E 14th St., Oakland-Telephone 534-1632 2850 Telegraph Ave., Oakland Telephone 451-6434 985 S. Thompson Rd., Lafayette leiepnone to3-ttio Cfiagpel of ii" i- Crenatory Columbarium Miuiolium 4499 fiedmont Avenue, Oakland. Phone 654-0123 Funeral Notices at turtvi u ta i aari. A Are Chapter, he. O.E S. at .eyser. West Virgin. . J Fnenos are ma Wolhf wBea: a tar twnerel servtce, Fno, August 25, at IH b rl, at me Fruitvaie Chapel of the CLARENCE h. COOPER MORTUARY, Wee ruitvaie Avenue. Oakland. Mr. Mouart fc-ewam articling. (Perrnno ara aoteeent to Chat!. For further intamu .eee cat! 5SM1M. HUTCHfNS. Play acddaMalty, to Arcaw, August fl, le7, beioved ton af H. Mcroa dfdthe Da Hutcnem; lovwg brorhaf of eyLau DuttwMI af avar; awing nepeoa at Josapn Mechaoo; tovmg grnaon idt mTTc. A. Viies af CampoeB end Floyd rwtcnar. af Oregon; " aunts, uncies and ether relatives. A native of Oeueno; aged years. Fnanas may call at new Mortu-ery ofCHAR L E S P. BANNON. M0 Sit 14trTStr-, CklanduntiMl !on " F rioay. Frienos are Ittviled Frioey, August 25 at T-n P-m- i-: W Oanel d the Chimes Cemetery, (For turtner intormation piaua call 432-Ml U. JENSEN, ertkv, m Oakland, August . YHJ, betovad wife of the te CarJM. Jensen; loving mother of Betty ADney, Dorothy Perry, both at Oakland and Ann Davit af Morega; else survived by II grandchildren and nine great grand-children. A native ot Sweden; ageu M yPnvae funeral services were haW from the new Mortuary .CHARLES P. BANNON, sttOO East 14th Street, Oakland, on Thursday, August 14. Inurnment Chapel of the Chhimes, Oak-lend. For further Information pieese cell e32-MU. KASS. Nlckolas Maurice, In BerkelejrAu- gust 20, lv7, of 1S33 Jackson Street, Oakland, oeerly beioved brother of Schoiom Kess of Israel end the late Leo M. Kess; beloved protrer4iaw of Eleanor M. kass; dear uncle of Albert H. and Dorothy F. Kast; greet uncle of Nicholas, Timothy and Kethenne Kass. A native af Kvno, Russia; aged 7 'Services for the family were held at the ELLISOLSON MORTUARY, .727 San Paola Avenue, Albany. Memorials in his memory to the Children's Hospital of the East Bay preferred. KOHLES, Maria V., In Oakland, August 22, lo7, dearly beloved wife of the late Michael A. Kohies; loving mother of Laurence V. Kohies; Brother Boniface George FSC, Melvin A. Kohies, Mrs. John E. Sullivan of El Cerrito, Francis J. Kohies, Mrs. Steve Diendiel of Lafayette, Sister M. Therese (Mary Ber-nice), FCSP, Mrs. Richard Cupp of La- Haora, Mrs. Lee Simpson of Livermere, Brother Kenneth Kohies, FSC, The Rev. Donald Kohies of Kenttield, Gregory T. Kohiet of Silver SfxVig, Maryland and Richard V. Kohies; tisfer ot Mrs. Marguerite Pfeifauf of St. Louis, Mrs. Wins-low Potter of Twin Fails, Idaho and Mr. Raymond Frels of Jerome, Idaho; also survived by 3t grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A native of Luxembourg, aged 74 year A member of the Catholic Ladies Aid Society, Branch No. S3 of St. Lawrence O'Toote's Parish Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Friday, August 25, at :30 a.m., from the LAUREL CHAPEL of ALBERT ENGLE and CO., 3300 High Street, Oakland; thence to St. Lawrence CToole't Church where a concelebrated Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul commencing at 10 a.m. Recitation of tha Rosary Thursday evening at I at St. Lawrence O'Toote's Church Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. For further Information, Please call 532-6061. KRAUS, William J In Oakland, August 24, 1967, dearly beloved husband of the late Stella C Kraus; loving father of Mrs. Estelle Morris. Notice of funeral later. For further Intormation, call DEL REYNOLDS. B A Y V I E W CHAPEL, I41-2S3S. 2414 Grove Street, Berkeley. MORROW, Eunice U, of Oakland, August 22, 1967, wit of the late William J. Morrow, Sr.; beloved mother of Mrs. Janice A. Sorensen of Kern City, Mrs. Helen E. Haslam of Pasadena and William J. Morrow Jr., of Sacramento; sister of Archie Marr of Piedmont and Mrs. Naomi Martin of Alamo; also sur--vived- by nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A native of California; aged 82 years. A member of Berkeley Parlor N.D.G.W. Friends are Invited to attend services Friday, August 25, at 2:30 p.m. at TRUMAN'S CHAPEL, Telegraph Avenue at 30th Street, Oakland. RIHN, Josepb C. In Oakland, August 22, r67, beloved husband of Nellie V. Rlhn; loving father of Joseph H. Rlhn; ioving grandfather of Debre and Cheryl Rlhn; T ret her of Vema Kidney; father-in-law of Jean Rlhn; brother-in-law of Mary CfConneil. A native of California. Funeral services were held Thursday, August 24, at 1:30 p.m. at tht Frultvalt ChepH of CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY, 1580 Frultval Avenue, Oakland. (Parking area adlacent to chapel). For further Information pleasa phone 533-4114. SELHORST, Father Aloys Gregory C.PP.S., In Manteca, pastor of St. Anthony's Church In Manteca for the past 2 years. A native of Ohio; aged 54 years. Friends are Invited to attend the con-celebrated Requiem Mass at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, August 26, 1967 at St. Anthony's Church, Manteca. Principal celebrant will be the Most Reverend Hugh A. Donohoe, Bishop of the Stockton Diocese and other celebrants will be the Very Reverend Cletus A. Folti Provincial of the Society of the Precious Blood and other priests dose to Father Selhorst. The Rosary for the Repose of his soul will be recited Friday evening at 1:00 In St. Anthony's Church, Manteca. P. L. FRY 8, SON FUNERAL SERVICE, Manteca, In charge ot arrangements. SEYMOUR, Harry, In Emeryville, August 23, 1967, beloved husband of Winifred Seymour; loving brother of Bertrand Seymour; loving uncle of Robert, Jack, and Bert Seymour, Jr. A native of Val-leio. A member of Oakland Lodge B.P.O.E. No. 171. Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Friday, August 25 at 8:30 a.m. from the CHAPEL OF THE OAKS, oak-land mortuary, 3007 Telegrpah Avenue; thence to St. Andrew's Church where a Requiem Mass will be offered for .'the repose of his soul at a.m. Interment. St. Joseph's Cemetery, Vellelo. Recitation of the Rosary, Thursday evening at 1:00. SLATTENOREN, Harry A., formerly of Hayward, August 21, 1967, husband of the late Anna Slattengren; loving father of Carl Slattengren of Hayward, Lawrence Slattengren of Castro Valley, Allan Slattengrer of Fremont, and Donald Slattengren of Concord; grandfather of IS grandchildren; dear brother of Nellie Mooan or ti Lerrno. a mnrww oi. Paul's Lutheran Church, Hayward Poul try Producers Association, and I 5o-vear member of Woodmen of tht World. A native of Iowa; aged 85 years. Friends are Invited to attend the services at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1658 Excelsior Avenue, Oakland, Friday, August 25, at 2:X p.m.. Pastor Carl E. Olson and Rev. Aner Bloom officiating. Prayer services at SORENSEN BROS. MORTUARY, 1140 B Street, Hayward Thursday, at I p.m. Friends may call at the Mortuary until Friday noon. Contributions may be made to the Salem Lutheran Home Chapel Fund. Entombment, Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. funeral service .sm.im 4 ...THAT Com NO MORI . fT 1 1 iM j ,i si flatter' phoiM 653-7323 J47 PIEDMONT AVENUE WOJM Serene beauty greets you at Chapel of the Chimes. Terraced gardens and chapels for crypts and niches are protected with endowed care. Our Be-fore-Need-Plan assures you ojf arrangements you choose at a price you approve. fte Ctjimes; iii mvtlts. Fnak JL.' bi Oakland. August Zi. rve, aaioaa nusoam wii awrtno latnar at Leoraine McCam-non; Swing temer-wa of William McCammon; granotatner af Bitty en Julia McCammon; loving brother at Aanca Tracy of Batlingnem. weiftjng-ton. A native at team Dakota; aged IS yVuneral service were Held August tt at the EAST LAWN CHAPEL at CHRIS BOftBA. East um and Fift Avanua. Oaind. For tntormation elaasa call ,)-a2. Tht (amUy raqua$t cuntrtou-tiona a ba maaa la 1na Lauuoa Umty TampM. Oakian. TRCAOWf LU James In Oakland, Auat li. IW, beloved husoend of Ooramy L. Traadweii; kwina tamer of Mrv Mary l Rooerts and the lata Salty Ariee Treaoweil; brornar at Don-aid H. Treaoweil Aged St veers. Piivate tamUy sarvicas aiere held 'Wadnesoey artemoon, Auouet 23, l ttia Chaoel of ALBERT BROvN MORTO- XRY. M7t Piaamont Avenue. CMMrtuntt. n tt. uaM husband ot Margarar L. Vva.es; loving fainer of Jjeaawn Robert, and Deborah - son of Aima Waies; brethar af Mrs. Richard Kortert, Mrv Donald Rubenoall, and the lata Richard Weie. A., native of Aiame-oa; aged at years. A pest State preet oent of the California School Employee AssociAtktfie Fnanos are owned ta attend funeral sarvicas Friday, August 25. 'W at 1 p.m. at the Chapel of FOWLER ANDERSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2244 Santa Clara Avenue, Aiameoa. Interment, Holy Sepmchr Cemetery. WRIGHT, A. Barnes, In Piedmont, August 22. 1967, beloved husband of Ellen M. Wright of Piedmont; loving father of RevilM Wright af PteomorS and Mr. Diane Henrickson of El Cerrito; grandfather of Mernl and Mark Henrickson. A native of California. A member of the Oakland Rotary Club, the Piedmont Men's Club and president af the Oakland Investment Club. Friends are invited to attend services, Friday, August 25, at 1 p.m., at TRUMAN'S CHAPEL, Telegraph Avenue -t 3m Street, Oakland, Dr. Paul W. Yin-ger officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Contributions may be maoe to the Speech and Hearing Center of the Children's Hospital Medical Canter, 51st and Grova Streets, Oakland. S.F. Deaths Aria. Elizabeth Backmana, J. M. McGerry, Richard Ogle, Dr. W. O. Peaana. P. G. OoHM, Thomas B. Seller, Muriel G. Smith, Samuel i. Tematheff, FeOor Wilson, Margaret H. Wang, Alvin B. BKkmore, Sarah F. Brawn, Earl B. Feureax, Albert! ne Flym, Wiliard B. Gone veto, A. Hansen, Carl B. Hanson, Carl E. In Memoriam IILVA, Brace A. God called her on year X today and she left a lonely husband so dearly loved her and misses her so very much. Vic Card of Thanks ALAMEDA COUNTY HEART ASSOCIATION Gratefully acknowledges Memorial gifts toward the fight against heart disease. Memorial gifts may be mailed to: A I a m t d t County Heart Association Headquarters, 121 East 11th Street, Oakland, HI 4-3564 or presented at Crocker Cltliens National Bank, 1450 Broadway, Oakland. CATHOLIC CHARITIES gratefully c-knowtedget memorial gifts, 433 Jefferson, Oakland, 134-5454. CITY OP HOPE gratefully acknowledge contributions. 2876 Brookdaie Avenue, KE 3-8442. Ship Movements SCHEDULED ARRIVALS Subject to change without noMc. TODAY ARIZONA. Long Beach, Amoreo. BRONXVILLE, Lot Angeles, Pier 24. DELURO, Los Angeles, Army St. ELIN HOPE, Japan, Enc. FUYO MARU, San Diego, Pier 90A. HAWAIIAN QUEEN, Honolulu, Enc 5. MARGARETT BROWN, Port Hueneme, WISGO. PEARL ISLAND, Portland, Fort Mason. PHILLIPS WASHINGTON, VtnC B.C., Amoreo. ROTTI, Los Angeles, Pier 23 SANTA FLAVIA, Portland, Pt. Orient. SANTA VICTORIA, Portland, Pt. Or- lent. SGT. TRUMAN KIMBRO, Sea, -. SHIGAHARU MARU, Long Beach, Pier 9 UTAH STANDARD, Coos Bay, RLW. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 AMES VICTORY, Astoria, -. ANCO SEA, Lot Angeles, Pt. Orient. ARIZPA, Long Beach, OOH f . BEAVER STATE, Yokohama, . HAVELLAND, Long Beach, Pier 42. HAWAIIAN, Honolulu, Enc 5. KINGSVILLE, Portland, Enc. LUDWIGSHAFEN, Eureka, OOH. MAGNOLIA STATE, Yokohama, . METHANE, Long Beach, Pier 39 S. NEVADA STANDARD, RLW. ORIENTAL JADE, Los Angeles, Pier 44S ORSOVA, Vane., B.C., Pier 35 Docks 9 PHiLIPPINE ADMIRAL, Long Beach, 9th Ave. SAN FRANCISCO MARU, San Diego, Stockton. SANTA ELIANA, Portland, Pt. Orient. SANTA EMILIA, Portland, . TEXACO CALIFORNIA, Anacortes, Texaco Richmond. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2( ANNA BAKKE, Los Angeles, . BREVIK, Los Angeles, CABO ORANGE, Los Angeles, . CANADA, San Pedro, Pier 37. FINEO, Los Angeles, Pier 41. KINGS POINT, Coos Bay, Sado. LENA LUCKENBACH, Port Hueneme, Stockton. LOS ANGELES, Seattle, OOH 9. M. E. LOMBAROI, El Segundo, RLW. PHIL. ANTONIO LUNA, Eureka, Pier 38 PRESIDENT COOLIDGE, Los Angeles, Enc. RONDEGGEN, Duncan Bay, Pier 48. SANTA ANA, Los Angeles, Stockton. SANTA FE, Los Angeles, Stockton. SONOMA, Los Angeles, Pier 30-32. STEEL ARTISAN, Sasebo, . TRANSCARIBBEAN, U.S. Gulf, . VOLUNTEER STATE, Yokohama, Pier 39. "SCHEDULED DEPARTURES. Sublect to change witftut notice. TODAY BIENVILLE, Vietnam, OOH I. BOKA, Japan, Pittsburg. -DURANGO VICTORY, Thailand, Port Chicago. - HAWAIIAN QUEEN, Los Angeles, Enc. S. JALAKRISHNA, Lbs Angeles, Grove St. OREGON STANDARD, San Pedro, RLV1 PRESIDENT MARCOS, Lot Angeles,1 Enc. PRESIDENT POLK, Los Angeles, Pier 50. RAUDHATAIN, Chile, Anch. No. 7. SAGAMORE HILL, Far East, OAT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 BONANZA, L.B. Europe, Enc. BRONXVILLE, Manila, Pier 26. CAPETAN COSTAS PANOU, Los Angeles, OOH. PHILLIPS WASHINGTON, Estero Bay, Amoreo. SEATRAIN GEORGIA, Far East, NSC. SHIGAHARU MARU, Yokohama, Pier . TORBEN MAERSK, Yokohama, Stockton. ANGLER'S TIDE TABLE Pacific Daylight Saving Time High Low 24 2:54 4.6 8:36 1.3, 3:24 5.2 9:30 1.7 26 4:48 3.8 9:42 2.3 4:24 5.1 11:24 1.3 27 6:12 3.6 10:18 2.8 5:06 5.1 Low High Low High 28 12:30 1.1 7:54 3.6 11:24 3.2 5:54 5.1 29 1:36 - .07 9:12 3.9 12:36 3.4 6:54 5.2 30 2:36 0.3 10:12 4.1 1:48 3.4 8:00 5.4 31 3:30 -0.1 10:48 4.4 2:48 3.3 9:00 5.7 - Tht abovt timet art for tides at fort Point, Sin Francisco. Stin above figures indicate P.M. Ta find the tide peak for other areas, use tht plus or minus figures given In hours and minutes below. Half Moeir Bay, minus 1:35; San Mateo Bridge, glut 1:45; Point Richmond, plus 0:40; -Pmoft Point, plus 1:25; Crockett, plus 1.-25; port Chicago, plus J:05; Antioch, plus 4:M; Three Mile Slough, plus 5:20; Point Arena, minus :35. August M Sun rises fcSl a.m. Sun, sets 7:52 p.m. Moon rises lt:1l p.m. Moon sets 10:52 a.m. August 25 Sun rises :M a.m. Sun sets 7:5 p.m. Moon rises M:J5 p.m.' ttfi 11:51 a.m. ; , . Eastbay Eastbay Births Bora ta the wrte of : PALMA, Manuel J boy, 7-14. TANABE. Atv M boy, 7-It. WANG. Chena-chi, boy, 7-1. . WEBB, Edward E., giri, 7-28. BRAZEL, fcetmen S., Jr., girt, - -ANDERSON, William Mj boy, J-19. BAGGETT. David D girl, 7-19. . BaRTELS. Carl W boy, 7 20. BAUER, Duane J., girl, 7-23. BOWLING, Thomas F- boy, 7-17 BOSWORTH, Gregory E-, boy, 7-17. BREEDING, Donaid I boy, 7-11. B'ROWN, Richard Dj girl. 7-15. BURTON, Junior U. boy. 7-21- CrtAIFiELD, Thomas J.. gtrL 7-22. DE HAGUE, James W.. boy, 7-. DENTON, Ralph D- boy. 7-18. DOLAR, Ronald G boy, 7-23. DOTAROT, Bit ana L, girl. 7-14. FURNISH, Thome D., girl, 7-12. GRIMSLEY, Richard S., boy, 7-11. HAD A, Walter l boy, 7-22. HALL, Cornelius, boy, 7-23. HESSE, Francis L girl, 7-23. . JORRICK. Siedhen., boy,-T-t9. , "--1CEN, Anthem, girt, 7-ttC llim, oevto , wy jSiJ-.- --LARSON, Ronald L, boy, 7-17. LEDOA, Frank. Jr , bov, HI,. - LENHARDT, Morris D., boy. Ml. LUCIDI, David M., girt, 74. MINER, Kendor R., girt 7-21. ODE RM ATT, Ronald D- girl. 7-20. OEDEWALDT, Elliott C boy, 7-22. FOR LA R IS. Estanlsiae, Jr., boy, 7-22. RANGEL, Julian R. J., boy, 7-19. ROGERS, Michael J girl, 7-17. RUNYON, William J., girl, 7 12. SCARLATA, James E boy, 7-4. SCHULTZE, Kenneth U, girl, 7-22. SPROUSE, Gene O., girl, 7-19. STORMOEN, Wallace S., boy, 7-13. TABER, Robert J boy, 7-19 THOMAS, William H-, boy, 7-W. WHEELER, Stanley E., girl, 7-11 FRAZER, Richard J., buy, 4-30. BENNETT, Thomas W., boy, 7 17. YUGO, Dale R., boy, 7-17. CAVANAOGH, Claud R , olri, 7-18. flARGLE, Charles E., girl, 7-18. SCHMIDT, Charles E., Jr., girl, 7-U. SHEA- Thomas M., qirl, 7-18. ALTH6FF, Henry T ty, 7-4. BARR, George A., boy, 7-lt BECK, Donald L., boy, 4-26. BERRY, Donald L girt, 7-14 BULLMAN, James E., pirl, 7-13. BiiSCH. Mark D boy, 7-12. CAMPBELL, Clifford W., bov, 7-18. DUARTE, Clarence R., twins, a and a boy, 714. CONLEY, Michael E., boy, 7-18. F LORES, Poriiro, girl, 7-13. -FRANKLIN, Douglas D.- boy, 7-lt. GOFORTH, Kenneth D., boy. 7-19 GONZALES, Richard D., boy, 7-U. HILL, Jerry L., boy, 7-18. HUDSON, Therman L boy, 7-15. MILLER, Albert J., girl, 7-20. MOE, Russell D., boy, 7-19. MOSS, Lowell E., girl, 7- 3. ORMOND. Lester A., girl, 6-26. PASSAGE, Steven E., oov, 7-21. PHILLIPS, George M boy, 7-5. PRICE, Douglas T., boy, 7-20. RAFF, John D., boy, 7-19. RAMIREZ, Eli, girl, 7-iq. ROSE, Edward L., boy, 7-5.; SOUZA, James M., girl, 7-17. SPARKS, Edward, girl, 7-18. STEVENS, Ronald H., boy, 7-15. STOLZ, Gerald N., girl, 7-11. SWICKARD, Eugene F., girl, 7-17. TAFOYA, Elmo U girl, 7-15. VIGIL, Richard Tj girl, 7-18. WISE, Stanley W girl, 4-M ZABALA, Riccado, girl, 6-25. FLEXER, Jules R , bey, 6-30. WEST, Bobby G., boy, 4-1. JORDAN, Jerald A., boy, 6-3. GODSHALK, David R., girt, 44. BROOKS, Gosby, girl, 6-24. GOODMAN, Russell, girl, 6-30. STONE, Carl W., Jr., girl, 4-30. LEHMAN, Melvin T bov, 7-8. LA GASA, Hugh W., boy. 7-8. EVANS, Kenneth R., girl, 7-12. LEE, Terry G., girl, 7-13. LOPEZ, Ernest M., girl, 7-11 OUAN, Daniel S., girl, 7-13. HAET, Gerald B., qirl, 7-13. STOOP. Gary J., girl, 7-13. PRICE, Glenn E., qirl, 7-13. PARTINGTON, Larry M., boy, 7-13. CONSOLO, Francis, boy, 7-14. HUBBELL, William H., bov, 7-'4. CASADOS, Henry R., boy, 7-14. FIELDS, Ronald C, boy, 7-15. VASOUEZ. Lee J., boy, 7-15 REBERO, Jesse J., boy, 7-15. FLETCHER, Lee K., boy, 7-16. MONN, Ross D., Blrl, 7-lt. POE, Thomas E., girl, 7-16. BRINK, William P., boy, 7-17 WILSON, Theodore A., girl, 7-17. PROFUMO, Louis H., qirl, 7-18. BOND, William L., girt, 7-18. RUDIGER, Joe V., Jr., girl, 7-18. MIYAMOTO, Jsck, girl, 7-18. BOTELHO, Anthony J., girl, 7-19 MONTAGUE, Claude W., boy, 7-19. COOPER, John C, Jr., boy, 7-19. TAYLOR, Melvin L., boy, 7-19. CARTWRIGHT, John D. bey. 7-lt. DUNHAM, Albert A., girl, 7-lt. ANAYA, Ernest L., qirl, 7-lt. RIVERS, Tim C, boy, 7-20. YELLAND, John M., boy, 7-50. VIERRA, Daniel M., girl, 7-20. MARKS, Raymond A., plrl, 7-21. HAGER, Richard A twin girls, ANKRUM, Metford O, boy, 7-24 HALLECK, Stephen M , girl. 7-24. PERNELU Richard, glrlJ 7-24 SPRAGUE, Edward N., boy, 7-25. GOODARD, Maurie J , girl, -7-25. girt 7-22. PONTES, Siepnen k., it, i idster. Douglas M., gin, -i. BROWN, Max A., girl, 7-21. BROWN, Robert L bov, 7-22. BROWN, Richard E.. girl, 7-23. SAATHOFF, Bennle. UgirUM. MORENO, Peter V., boyjJ-26. CARLTON, George A., boy, 7-5. LLOYD, Thomas H., girl, 7-8. HEPNER, Gerald U Bl'l. . . . JUNIER, Steven W., twins, a girl and FROVSNESS, Richard L., boy- 7-23. OUINTELU Victor K., 8'r'', ?im ESCOBAR, Gustavo G., girl, 6-28. ADAMS, Sam, girl, 7-19. CANNON, Robert B., girl. 7-W. COX, Charles E., boy, 7-21. CUTLER, William C, boy, 7-. KENNEDY, Charles boy, 7-28. BENSON, Jimmy L., girt, 7-27. KIELY, Maurice F., boy, 7-15. MATTES1CH, Gary T., boy, 7-16. FETTAHLIOGLU, OrnerA., girl, 7-19. TURNER, Gilbert U, boy, 7-20. COOK, GeorgeA., bpy, 7-21. MARSHALL, Donald 0 - ,7-21. TETTE, Richard W., gir , 7-21 . WEDRICK, Arnole E., girl, 7-21. ANDERSEN, Alan J., gU 7-22. BEECH, William J., gir , 7-22. ROCHIN. Richard H., girl, 7-22. TALLEY, Larry L., girl, 7-22. THOMPSON, Ralph A., girl, 7-22. BAILEY, John R., girl, 7-23. QUINTAN I LLA, Esteban R., boy, 7-24. MAESTAS, RaVll',.Tirl',7;25, r CAMACHO, Martin v7., girl, 7-27. CASTANEDA, Andrew p., girl, 7-27. FAURE, Paul E., boy, 7-27 HARTZMAN, Mark, boy, 7-27 SCHMIDT, Sidney F., boy, 7-27. MARINO, Frank O., girl, 7:2B. NIELEBECK, Robert H., girl, 7-28. BRANDT, Gary G., boy, 29. GRIFE, John W., boy, 7-29. WRIGHT, Donald E., girl, 7-29. AUTREY, Henry, girl, 7-30. CASTANEDA, Raymond R., girl, 7-31. LIVERMORE, Joseph W., Jr., boy, 7-31. WALKER, Robert C, girl, 7-9. PI MENTAL, Anthony M , boy, 7-11. BOLES, Earl A., Jr., girl, 7-11. PIERPONT, W. D., girl, 7-21. CARLSON, Lawrence C, boy, 7-22. XAVIER, William A., boy, 7-24. HUR, Henry H., girl, 7-26. TOFT, Daniel J., girl, 7-26. GARIC, Ralph W., girl, 7-27. MARTINEZ, Peul A., girl. 7-28. KEMP, Murle D., girl, 7-28. GRAHAM, Thomas W boy, 7-28. URDIALES, Kenneth, girl, 7-28. WESTERMAN,. Gary D., boy, 7-29. EVANS, David L. Sr., boy, 8-17. KASPER, Rob D boy, 7-17. KEFFURY, Gary J., bov, 7-24. LEAL, George L., boy, 7-17. LITTLES, Bennie J., boy, 7-17. MACE, Gary F., boy, 7-21. MAXWELL, Samuel E., girl, 7-23. RHYAN, Dennis J., girl, 7-19. RIPPY, William D., girl, 7-26. ROMAINE, Salvatore, boy, 7-13. SCHOONOVER, Joseph R., girl, 7-25. SILVA, Richard A., boy, 7-S6. SMITH, William L., boy, 7-7. . TAYLOR, Lester W., girl, 7-12. VAN HILLE, Louis E., bov, 7-23. COGANz-Nathan F., boy, 7-27. DUHM, Hans H., boy, 7-16. DUTTON, Robert J., boy, W6. FARLEY, Norman E., boy, 7-26. FORD, James E., girl, 6-16 . - FRANK, Karl F., girl, 7-29. GUIDRY, Herman L., girl, 7-26. - RILEY, Felix, boy, 7-26. VICTOR, Chester E., girl, 7-26. ARREDONDO, Frank Jr., boy, 7-22. BECK, Harald, boy, 7-21. BRADLEY, Gerald L., Jr., boy, 7-10. BRANTLEY, Owen G. Jr., boy, 7-13. BRIGGS, Loren D., boy, 7-15. High Low Vital Statistics Eastbay Births Born to the wife of: BURNS, Lewis G.. boy, 7-lt. CHAN. King C girl, 7-1. CHRIST OPMERSON, Gerald M girl, 4- 30. DeSIMONE, John, Jr., girt 7-24. t DONATO. Ruben l boy, 7-30. FERNANDEZ, Carl C4 boy, 7 JO. - 616 Eft sot, Marvin D boy, 7-21 JENNINGS. James R boy, M9. -JOHNSON, Alex, girl, 7-15. KEMPERMAN, Henricut J- girt, 4-11 KINSEY, Rooert R., boy, 7-21. KINNARD, Tommy K boy, 7 22. LEJMAN, Taoeuu W4 girl, 1-23. r McCARDLE, Roger K. girl, 6-17. MOORE, Clinton H., boy, 7-13. MOOMEY, Eager D., girl. 7-21. k iLrtAKUo, nenry o., ooy, -zi. SiSNEROS, David P girfc 4-14. STOVALL, Ceoric V., girL 2fl. . TOM, Bernard K., girt 7-W. WATERS, Douglas R. boy. 7-18. WILLIAMS, Luther, boy, 7-19. WILLIAMS, Samuel l girLi-24. ... iiLintK, rnu k nun oovs. j-li IlmASUk, Ramtro. oiri. F-i KENADZ, Gordon i Ai boy. 7-tf. JARVI, Richard A., girt, 7-19. DURAND, Arthur M., girl, 7-20. NULL, Melvin U girl, 7-20. TATUM, Lloyd A boy, 7-20-WATERS, Charles LY boy, 7-20. ESC AM I LLA, John M girl, 7-20. DAVIS, John M., girt, 7-20. PACHECO, Ronald W boy, 7-20. MASON, Glen F. Ill, girt, 7-20-HUNTER, Edward B boy, 7-20. SWANSON, Larry W.. boy, 7-21. N I NOW, James 6.. girt, 7-21 . SMITH, Charles W., girt, 22. TUREGANO, Anthony G girt, 7-2T MEDEIROS, Norman M girL 7-22. HENDRICKS, Robert M., boy, 7-22. ROGERS, Donald Nw boy, 7-22. BULMAN, Barry R., girl, 7-22. POCAN, Robert U Jr girt, 7-23. -JEANTETTE, Theodoro, girL 7-23. DAVIS, John R., girl, 7-24. BUTTERWORTH, Ronald D., boy, 7-25. GONSALVES, Ronald, boy, 7-25. SMARIO, Joseph S., Jr., girl, 7-2. KINSMAN, William L., girl, 7-26. MARTINEZ, Raymond E boy, 7-27. PRIST AS, Andrew J., Jr., boy, 7-1. SCHREIER, Leo. boy, 7-1. ERSKINE, Donald L., girl, 7-28. CASTRO, Charles T., girl, 7-28. LEE, Melvin L boy, 7-28. PULLEN, Kelsie, girl, 7-29. SILVERIA, Wayne L., girl, 7-30. VASCONCELLOS, Edward, boy, 7 30. ANAYA, Andrew R., girl, 7-30. GONZALES, Howard D., girl, 7-30. ELLISON, George L., Girl, 8-1. SAMPAIO, Frank S., girl, 8-1. CANARIO, James M., boy, 8-1. PETERSON, Richard J., boy, 8-2. ANN IS, Kenneth A., boy, 7-29. BAUCH, John H., girt, 8-2. BLEVINS, David F., girl, 7-31. BORRERO, Alfred C girl, 7-29. BROOKS, Wilson H., girl, 7-22. CARLSON, Terry D bov, 8-1. CLANCY, Hubert, boy, 7-31. EVANS, Charles T., girl, 6-lt. FERNANDEZ, Elias O., girl, 7-J1. FLORES, Ignacia J., boy, 7-18. LEPE, Joaquine, girt, 7-30. LILLARD, Larry, girt, 7-26. McDONALD, Craig H., boy, 7-21. MIOLA, Joseph A., boy, 7-17. MOSS, Gary R., girl, 7-24. NEVEL, Segesmundo M., boy, 7-24. ROSE, Stanley D., boy, 7-23. SEMJENOW, Waldemar, boy, 8-1. SNAER, Robert R girl, 7-21 SWINFORB, Mack boy, 7-20. VALENZUELA, Miguel, girl, 7-22. WILSON, David L girl, 7-24. WRIGHT, Alien L., boy, 8-2. ADAMS, James, girt, 6-16. BATTLE, James, Jr boy, 7-31. CAREY, Lee D.. boy, 7-25. COIL, Leland J., girl, 7-25. DAVENPORT, Tommy, Jr., boy, 8-1 DEL MONTE, Philip J., boy, 7-31. DOUGAN, John C, girl, 7-25. DOVALA, Raymond A.; boy, 7-25. FONG, Werren Y., girl, 7-22. GILLEM, Michael G., boy, 7-31. HAMEDANI, Nasser V., girl, 7-27. McDANIEU Eddie L., boy, 8-1. MONTOYA, Vincent M boy, 8-1. PINO, Alberto W ..boy, 7-29. PRUETT, Meston L., girl, 7-27. ROBINSON, Jefferson, Jr., girl, 7-12. SELLERS, RUFUS, boy, 7-25. STRESHINSKY, Theodore E., boy, 7-31. TABOR, Leon J, Jr. boy, 7-31. TOVES, Jose A., girl, 8-1. FALCONER, George B., Ill, girl, 7-25. GERHARD Bernard G girl, 7-25. TROIANO, Vincent A., girl, 7-25. GILSTRAP, George E., Sr., girl, 7-28. HATCH, Robert girl, 7-27. K LINFORD, Roy P., boy, 7-27. TAYLOR, Robert M., boy, 27. BOB B ITT, Boy, Frederick H., boy, 7-1. KUHN, Donald G., girl, 7-31. FABIANSKI, Ronald F., boy, 8-1. COBBS, Floyd, boy, 7-28 ROGERS, Steven C, boy, 7-28. HIEBERT, Larry K boy, 7-28. BOLT, Benlemin H., boy, 7-2. KING, Charles R., girl, 7-28. MARTINEZ, William A., boy, 7-29. STANLEY, Ronald l, girl, 7-29. CHRISTENSEN, Gregory A., girl, 7-29. STEPHAN, Richard P., boy, 7-30. JANES, Jessie H., girl, 7-30. MELTON, Charles A., boy, 7-30. BRASHER, Raymond D., girl, 7-31. DE MELLO, Jerry A., girl, 7-27. ARCHULETA, George J., boy, 7-21 BRISKER, Edward J., girl, 7-17. DELORES, Andrew F boy, 7-24. ESPINOZA, James E., girl, 7-21. GALLARDO, Miguel, boy, 7-30. GRACE, Edward D., boy, 7-16. GRAHAM, Charles K boy, 7-l. GOMES, William F., boy, 7-22. HOVEU Alfred R., boy, 7-31. JONES, Billie A., girl, 7-24. KOEGLER, Herbert E boy, 7-21. ROTH MAN, Marson L, boy, 7-25. SAMANDARI, Farrokh, girl, 7-28. BECKER, Lemuel P., girl, 7-23. BEUCHLER, La Marr G., girl, 7-23. BRUEMMER, Philip B., boy, 7-30. CAMPBELL, George H., boy, 7-. CLARK, Stephen M., girl, 7-21. GOAD, Wiliard B., girl, 7-29. HASH, Richard C girt, 7-29. HILLIARD, James D., girl, 7-30. KOLB, Jon H., boy, 7-29. NEYENS, Thomas A girt, 7-26. ROMINE, Damon T., boy, 7-17. SKOGLUND, Reybum R., boy, 7-28. TERRY, Archie, Jr., boy, 7-30. CROCKER, Thomas N., boy, 7-1. COLVIN, Robert, girl, 7-1. LA PLANT, Robert A.) girl, 7-6. MIMNAUGH, James P., boy, 7-4. CLENNEY, James D., boy, 7-7. KIN!, Joseph K girl, 7-7. COX, Paul V., girl, 7-16. BALTEZORE, Robert H., girl, 7-21. MILLET, Donald A., girl, 7-21. GLENN, Lawrence D., boy, 7-21. KILLEEN, Daniel C , girl, 7-21. PHILLIPS, William R., girl, 7-21. LEWIS, Edward R., boy, 7-21. DAILEY, Jeffrey B., boy. 2 BUTY, Francis X., girl, 7-23. WORLEY, Ken W., girl, 7-24. TANNER, Glenn, girl, 7-24. McDOWELL William F., boy, 7-25. MOORMAN, Robert J., boy, 7-25. VALENZUELA, Ramlro, girl, 7-25. KEPLER, Robert C, boy, 7-25. CALCAGNO, Richard S., girl, 7-26. REGHADI, Roland R., girl, 7-26. ANDREWS, Patrick P., girl, 7-26. STRICKLAND, James L., boy, 7-26. SHARON, Winston G., boy, 7-26. BRADLEY, Harold E., girl, 7-27. BORGE, Donald B., boy, 7-28. Alameda County Licenses Issued AMBROSE-CASIANO James T. Amp-rose, 27, Alameda, and Beverly Casl-ano, 27, Oakland. MARSH-DEEM Ralph E. Marsh, , San Lorenzo, and Kathleen Deem, 19, Hayward. ' BOYNTON-ROSSI Melville S. Boynton, 49, end Phyllis Rossi, 41, both Berkeley. CLAUSEN-SENNA Richard J. Clausen, 22, Danville, and Callie Senna, 20, Oakland. ' ABOUD-BUBERL Gerald L. Aboud, 23, and Dee Anne Buberl, 22, both Alameda. GREENLAW-JOHNSON Charles O. Greenlaw, 24, San Lorenzo, and Trudy Johnson, 22, Berkeley. FISHER-GREEN Dennis K. Fisher, 23, and Molly Green, 24, both Ann Arbor, Mich. JOHNS-BROWN Robert N." Johns, 24, Reseda, and Martha Brown, 20, Oakland. BRADISON-ANDERSON Thomas A. Bradison, 21, Oakland, and Judith Anderson, 19, Berkeley. BADER-LEE Bruce J. Bader, 23, Alameda, and Sandra Lee, 20, San Lorenzo. . ' YOSHIOKA-HASUI George T. Yoshlo-ka, 34, and Azusa Hasul, 33, both Berkeley. SPACKMAN-HERNANDEZ Robert W. Spackman, 28, of Boulder, Colo, end Eve Hernandez, 25, Fresno. . MaclNNIS-MAHONEY James A. Mac-Innis, 24, Milton, Mast, and Jane Ma-honey, 21, Oakland. POGGENBURG-BERGEMANN Michael W. Poggenburg, 22, Berkeley, and Linda Bergemann, 20, Lafayette. WINTHERS-BACON Mark E. Wlnthers, 20, Oakland, and Sally Bacon, 20, Ben Lomond. CARRIGER-YORK John C. Carrlger, 21, Healdsburg, and Kathleen York, 20, Oakland. OTTO-MYERS John G. Otto, 25, Oakland, and Mary Myers, 21, Berkeley. JACOBY-PETERS David M. Jacoby, 21, Alameda, and Ann Peters, 21, San Leandro. GALYEN-ABRILLE Howard L. Gal-yen, 21, and Rosalinda Abrllle, 20, both Oakland. BURKE-ECHEAGARAY Robert F. Burke, 21, and Janet Echeagaray, 20, both Alameda. ROBINSON-EHNEN - James V. Robinson 29, Mllford Center, O,, and Marylet Ehnen, 21, Hayward. QUICK-MUNICH Oavld R. Quick, 23, San Leandro, and Carole Munich, 22, Oakland. BOYD-GARNEAU -James Boyd, 25, ' Oakland, and Krlsten Garneau, 22, Lafayette. PALMER-MILLER Arthur DeF. Palmer, 21, and Roberta Miller, 21, both San Lorenzo. - ...... BELLI N GE R-HUTAN A N Joseph C. Bel-" linger, 21, San Lorenzo, and Susan Hu- AlariMda County Licenses Issued tanan, 11, San Leandra. FE DOR-FRAN KLIN Lewis Fedor, Jr, 19, and Susan Franklin, 17, botb Fro- WILEY-BAMFORO Robert E. Wiley, 20, Union City, and Patricia Bamtord, It, Liver more. COCKRELL-ANDERSON Ronald M. Cockreil, 22, Salinas, and Katnieea Anderson, 19, Kalispeli, Mont SANCHEZ-REYES Frank I. Sanchez, : - - 29, San Leandra, and Audrey Reyes. 28, Hayward. B ACHE R -SCOTT Ronald M Beefier, 30, and Linda Scott. 21, both Castro Valley. , - WARNEB-GERGEN David A. Warner. 20, and Patricia Gergen, 19, bom Fre- DOMINGUEZ-WALLS Salvador B. Dominguet, 20. Union City, and A4ya RrCKER-PtTTS Frank C fluckar. 32, and Dora, Pitts. 29, bolt) Oakland. MILLS-JEWELL Wftttam B. Milts, Jr., 24, and- Linda Jewell, 22, both Pleasan-ton. MENA-OCON Luis R. Mena, 25, San Francises and Alba Ocon, 22, San Francisco. McCOMBE-MILLER William ML Mc- Combe, 22, San Pablo and Cheryl A. Miliar, 19, Oakland. ANDERSON-SINDEL vlamet F. Anderson, 27, Prove, Utah, and Pamela Sin-del, 24. Lafayette. PITCHFORD-FOX Keith O. Pltchtord, 27, Laurel, Md and Gall Fox, 25, Lafayette. WOO-LOW Conway K. W. Woe, 29, Pleasant Hill, and Carotya Low, S3. San Francisco. EIGARO-MEILLER William K. EL Krd, 20, and Karen a. Meilier, 19, both feyette. DAVIS-MUZZINI 'Ketth R. Davis, 21, Lafayette, and Lynn Muuinl, 21, Alamo. C LARDY-STEPHENS David L. Clardy, 19, and Georgia Stephens, 18, both An-tioch. MARQUEZ-VAN LIZZEN-E award P. Marquez Jr., 19, and Georgia Stephens, 16, both Pittsburg. TEALE-HARRISON William G.. Teale "III, 20, and Ethel Harrison, 19, both Concord. DAR DE N-THOMPSON Daniel R. Dar-den, 19, and Judith, Thompson, 19, both Concord. MA KALIS-HAGGARD Michael G. Mekal-is, 45, Bethel Island, and Holiday Haggard, 25, Antioch. ZIRLELBACH-WHITE James E. Zirlel-bach, 21, Pleasant Hill, and Gail White, 21, Concord. MEDINA-MAZUR Daniel Medina, 19, Concord, and Mary Mazur, 19, Pleasant Hill . . VASCONI-SKINNER Peter C. Vasconl, 22, Concord, and Judy Skinner, 22, San Francisco. COPLI N-SMI EGA L Paul H. CooHn, 43, and Bernlce Smiegal, 34, both El Cerrito. Divorces Filed LEIN, Aletha O. vs. Ronald Gene. DRAPER, Richard G. vs. Lola B. PAPETTI, Dorothy vs. Thomas R. HICHTMAN, Virginia vs. William M. BOYER, Anne D. vs. Edward A. AVILA, Mary Lou vs. Louis C. HOGUE, Patricia vs. Delmer L. OLIVERIA, Patsy J. vs. Pete G. NICHOLS, Catherine E. vs. David W. SIMMONS, Esther R. vs. Robert W. ELLIOTT, Tonl A. vs. Bobby G. AMATO, Dorothy R. vs. Richard (sep. maint.) McGLOWN, Margaret R. vs. Hut L FARIA, Joanne J. vs. Anfelmo C. CUTLER, Julie vs. John L. WHITE, Joanne D. vs. Willie B. SWEENEY, Margery G. vs. John J. (annulment.) PATRICK, Bovce H. vs. Maxlne. MEENDERINK, Linda J. vs. Kenneth D. JACKSON, Lule, M. vs. Donald E. AUSTIN, Catherine N. vs. Ralph J. BRITTON, Autry J. vs. Charlotte A. GUESS, Marva vs. Charles. JONES, Mearl M. vs. Elmer M. WIENS, Eml T. vs. Galen R. THOMAS, Lorefta J. vs. Aloes E. HOWARD, Bernedetta vs. Ernest. SMITH, James A. vs. Lee A. (annul-ment). LEWIS, Flora L. vs. Charles D. VALENTINE, Alleen B. vs. Earl C. CARLSON, Olive A. vs. John H. (sep. maint.) TSIRLIS, Michael J. vs. Patrlda L. INTERLOCUTORY DECREES LOTH, Darlene A. from Bernerd M. MAGGARD, Faye A. from John. . STONE, Beverley from Richard H. ALLISON, William H. and Ofhella H. BROWN, Reba O. from Bishop W. DEAS, Donna R. from Clifford M. TEEMS, Renatt from Hugh. McREDMOND, Virginia M. from William H. PINAL DECREES MINER, John D. from Mary 6. MARSHALL Alvce C. from Henry w. McCOWAN, Henry from lula. ANILLO, Maria T. from Julio C. THOMAS, Helen R. from Loyd G. SANDHEZ, LaVerne L. from Louis. SWEENEY, Jecelyn R. from Ralph E. Jr. Weather Bay Area Fair through tomorrow but with variable high cloudiness. Night -and momlng fog near the ocean extending through the Golden Gate In early mornings. Low tonight 50 to 58. Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. In afternoons. Northern and Central California Generally fair through tomorrow but with variable high cloudiness. Scattered thundershowers Sierra Nevada. Chance of scattered showers coastal mountains with sprinkles extending over valleys central California. Fog on coast Fort Bragg southward clearing locally In afternoons. Warmer northern coastal area. Mount Shasta Siskiyec Area-Fair but with variable high cloudiness through tomorrow. Continued warm. Sierra Nevada Partly cloudy through tomorrow with scattered thundershowers mainly during afternoon and evening. Little temperature change. San Joaquin Valley Generally fair through tomorrow but with variable high cloudiness. Chance af a few sprinkles near the foothills today and tonight. Continued warm. High tomorrow 96 to 106. Low tonight 67 fo 77. Gentle wind. Santa Clara Valley Partly doudy with chance of an occasional sprinkle today and tonight. Low tonight 55 to 65. High tomorrow 15 to 95. Northwest wind 5 to 15 m.p.h. In afternoons. Low tonight and high tomorrow at San Jose, 60, 92. Livermere Valley Partly cloudy today and tonight with chance of an occa- : slonel sprinkle. Fair tomorrow. Little temperature change. Westerly wind 10 to 15 m.p.h. In afternoons. . Napa and Sonoma Valleys and Santa Rosa Plain Partly cloudy today and tonight. Little temperature change. Low tonight and high tomorrow at Santa Rosa 53, 97. Variable wind 5 to 15 m.pJi. in afternoons. Noilhwotltin California Generally fair with variable ' high cloudiness through tomorrow except fog on coast Fort Bnpoa southward night and morning. Slightly warmer northern coastal area today. Low tonight and high tomorrow at Fort Bragg 48, 65, Uklah 62, 104. Small craft warning Point St. George to Cape Mendocino for northerly wind 20 to 30 knots with stronger gusts near and to 100 miles off shore. Wind -otherwise northerly 10 to 20 knots through tomorrow. National Summary The national weather outlook: Sunny end warm weather will be the rule ov-r most of the nation. However, rain,-some locally heavy will extend from the southern Appalachian to the middle Atlantic Coast. And showers and thunder-showers will pt scattered mainly in the afterrwon along the Gulf Coast and in the Rockies and northern Plains, it will be warming In the Midwest but cooling is expected In tht northern Rockies. , California Summary - A flow of moist unstable ah from the southeast in the upper air has been spreading middle and high cloudiness northward over much of the state. A few sprinkles have been observed In the coastal mountain areas southward from the San Francisco Bay area this morn. . Ing. Fog or low overcast prevails along most of the coast from Fort Bragg-., southward. A surface high pressure ridge extends Into western Washington giving an off shore flow to tht north coast area north of Fort Bragg In the lower levels. Small Craft Warnings are posted from Point St. George fo Cape Mendocino for northerly wind 20 to 30 knots with stronger, gusts near and to 100 miles off shore. - Scattered thundershower mainly dur-Inq the afternoon and evening hours will continue in the Sierra Nevada but -probably fewer of them tomorrow. Chance of scattered thundershowers with sprinkles extending over- tht vat. -leys In the coastal mountain area from the San Francisco Bay southward today and tonight. Soma scattered thunder, showers continuing in tht mountain areas of southern California with sprinkles spreading to the -valleys In the afternoons. Otherwise fair weather with variable high cloudiness. Tht fog will Former. Navy Officer Dies In Mbraga MORAGA Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Harold R. Parker, t e t i r e d Nairy captain, veteran of two world wars and local civic: leader since his retirement CapL Parker, who lived on his ranch at 1080 Bollinger Canyon Road, died Monday in an Oakland hospital He was 68. ' A native of Massachusetts, he graduated from the U S. also held a master's ttegree from Columbia University in" electrical engineering. During his 31 years tive Navy service of ac- which spanned both world wars, he served aboard several battleships and was commander of Destroyer Division 53 in 1840. When the Japanese surrender was signed, he was commander of Transport Division 16 in Tokyo Bay. His fraternal affiliations in cluded membership in Sojourners Lodge N. 108, FSAM; Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies, Aahmes Temple of the Shrine, and Diablo chapter of U.S. Power Squadron. Since his retirement 20 years ago, Capt Parker has lived in Contra Costa County. He took an active role in local civic affairs, which included serving as president of the Moraga Valley Gmrriunity Club in 1965 and working for further inprovement of local postal services. He is survived by his widow, Mary E. Parker; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy P. Coffin of Moraga and Mrs. Marion Wightman of Ohio; a sister, MisS Lillian Parker of Concord, and three grandsons who are in the armed services. They are Lt (j.g.) Harold P. Coffin, USNR, Supply Corps; Midshipman Robert D. Wightman, U.S. Naval Academy, Class of 1971 and Donald Lee Coffin, serving in the Army. Services will be held at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hull's Garden Chapel, 1130 S a r a n a p Ave., Walnut Creek. The Rev. Sheldon Rankin of St Luke's Episcopal Church of Walnut Creek will officiate. Leslie James Fry PLEASANT HILL - Funeral services were held at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church today for Leslie James Fry, 53, victim of an accidental drowning in his Swimming pool Monday. Mr. Fry, who lived at 2477 Pleasant Hill Road, was senior analyst for the industrial-commercial division of Shell Oil Co. in Oakland. Summaries continue along the coast from Fort Bragg area southward clearing locally In not show much change but ucnuon. i emDera-ures win it will be siigntly warmer along the extreme norm coes-ai area today. Temperatures BAY AREA H 98 94 (9 99 94 93 75 L 58 Ortnda 62 Pittsburg 56 Pleasanton 59 Richmond 58 SF Arpt 70 Walnut Crk H 84 98 96 69 74 99 Concord Danville Fremont Liver more Martinez Mt. Diablo Okld Arpt CALIFORNIA Bakersfield 102 79 Paso Rbls 52 Red Bluff 65 Sacramento 75 Salinas 54 San Diego 70 Sta Barbara 62 Stockton 86 Thermal 100 106 100 73 78 75 99 106 67 77 70 54 69 63 70 76 47 76 67 68 62 69 78 62 55 67 75 62 59 66 66 64 76 61 53 52 73 63 53 70 57 eureka Fairfield Fresno Hmltn Fid Los Angls MofetFId Needles 62 7 104 80 85 78 108 73 86 82 63 69 96 85 88 98 70 86 72 67 91 87 81 73 68 83 74 78 89 88 74 69 93 67 87 92 96 98 89 82 81 NATIONAL Albany NY Albqurque Amerilio Anchorage Ashevilie Billings Brmnghm Bismarck Boise Boston Brwnsvlle Buffalo BrlngtnVt Casper Chrlstn SC Chrlstn WVa Chrltte NC Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus 0 Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Ft Worth Great Falls-Helena Honolult Houston Indfanpls Jcksn Mist Jacksonville 45 Juneau 56 Las Vegas 55 Kansas City 55 Little Rock 63 Louisville 65 Memphis 71 Miami Bh 61 MdtndTex 62 Milwaukee 56 MplsStPaul 78 N Orleans 51 New York 44 No Platte 59 OklaCty 77 Omaha 66 Phldlohia 70 Phoenix 62 Pittsburgh 62 PrtldnMe 60 PrtlndOre 58 Raleigh 57 RpdCty 65 Reno 54 Richmond 59 St Louis 68 StPrbgTmp 50 Sit Lke Cry 63 S Antonio 69 St Ste Marie 48 Seattle 65 Shrveprt 77 Spokane 73 Tucson 58 Washington 68 Wichita X 76 64 58 69 51 70 61 60 85 91 CANADA Calcary 85 Edmonton 72 Montreal 68 Ottawa 67 PAN AMERICA Regina Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver 94 68 81 73 75 84 Acapufco Balboa Barbados Bermuda Bogota Havana HermosMo Kingston 77 Mexico Cty 76 Monterrey 79 Nassau 79 San Juan Pr 45 StKtttS 79 Tegcglpa ; 79 Veracruz 77 90 39 88 88 90 INTERNATIONAL i Aberdeen 12a.m., 54; Amsterdam, 1 a.m. 59; Ankara 3 a.m. 57; Athens 2 a.m. 77 Berlin 1 a.m., 59; Blrmino nam 12 a.m. x; Brussels 1 a.m. 66; casabianca 12 a.m. 72; Copenhagen a.m. 61; Dublin 12 a.m. 61; Geneva a.m. 61; Hong Kong 8 a.m. 81; Lisbon 12 a.m. 64; London 12 a.m. 63; Madrid 1 a.m. 70; Manila 8 a.m. .79; Moscow 3 a.m. 52; New Delhi 5 a.m. 77; Nice 1 a.m. 70; Oslo 1 a.m. 59; Paris 1 a.m. 64; Rome 1 a.m. 68; Sofia 2 a.m. 61; Stockholm 1 a.m. '59; Sydney 10 a.m. , 54; Tel Aviv 2 a.m. 70; Tokyo 9 a.m. 88; Tunis 1 a.m. 81, Vienna 1 a.m. 61; Warsaw 1 a.m. 50. Precipitation NATIONAL Albuoueroue .06; Ashe vilie 1.19, Birmingham 1.14, Brownsville .27, Charlotte N.C., 1.63, Fairbanks .01, Honolulu .02, Jackson Miss. .02, Juneau .06, Mpfs. St. Paul .02, New Orleans .07, ' Pittsburgh .01, Raleigh .31, Richmond 1.04, St. Prbg. Tampa .05, San Antonio .91, Shreveport .40, Tucson .01, Washington 1.66. ' Rush to Beat Deadline On Divorces J U A R E Z, Mexico ( AP) Civil courts in this border city across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Tex., are crowded this week with New Yorkers seeking divorces. The officer in charge of registering divorce applicants, Umberto Lara Leos, said yes- ' terday he was told that after Sept 1 the State of New York . will not recognize iHit-Qf-state- more stringent residence requirements are established. This, he said, has brought New York residents flocking, to the border ahead of the deadline. He leaves his widow, Dar lyne; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Fry of Iowa, and the Mowing children: Mrs. Leslee McFerrenof Fort Worth, David Fry of Camp Pendleton, Calif.; Kimball Fry of San Diego, and Jack, Kelsey and Wendy Dawn Fry, of Pleasant HilL Services were directed - by -the Oak Park Hills Chapel. A. Barnes Wright Funeral services will be ' held tomorrow for A. Barnes. Wright for 46 years in the-shirtmaking and tailoring business here, who died Tuesday in Piedmont He was 72. Born in Redwood Valley, he came to Oakland at an early age and attended Oakland public schools. He also attended the University of California. Mr. Wright started his shirt-making business in 1919 and later expanded it into the tailoring line. He was active until his retirement two years ago. He loved early Spanish architecture and designed his store at 2034 Broadway, opposite the Paramount Theater, in the Spanish theme. He was a member of the' Oakland Rotary Club, the Piedmont Men's Club and was recently elected president of the Oakland Investment Club. Mr. Wright is survived by his widow Ellen M. Wright of 840 Highland Ave., Piedmont; and two daughters, Revilla Wright of Piedmont and Mrs. Dione Henrickson of El Cerrito, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Truman's Chapel, 30th Street and Telegraph Avenue. Dr. Paul W. Yineer' of the Piedmont Crommunity. Church will officiate. Memorial contributions may' be sent the hearing clinic of the Children's Hospital of the-East Bay. Walter Bebich RICHMOND Funeral' services will be held Friday at-1 p.m. for Walter Fred Be-' bich, an attorney and native Richmonder, who died of hepatitis Tuesday night in Brook-side Hospital after a three-week fight for his life. He was' 41. Mr. Bebich maintained law of f ices at 3919 Macdonald Ave. and resided at 2707 And-' rade Ave. He was a 1953 graduate of Hastings Law College and had been admitted to. practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Bebich spent his entire' life in Richmond, with exception of a stint in the Air Force! during World War II. Surviving are his widow,' Muriel; his mother, Ivka, of Richmond; a sister, Mrs. Mary Abeyta of Richmond; five brothers, George, John and Steve of Richmond, William of Pinole and Pete of Stockton and three stepchild-" ren, Sherry, Vicki and Eddie Harcourt. Wilson and Kratzer Mortu- ary is d ire c t ing arrange- mems. tsunai win take place in Sunset View Cemetery.- Elizabeth L Portman . ANTIOCH - Services will be held tomorrow for Mrsv Elizabeth L Portman, 86, who died Tuesday night in a Martinez convalescent hospital. Mrs. Portman, of 507 W. 13th St, was a 25-year Antioch resident and a Calif ornian for 70 years. ' - She and her" late husband, William, a rancher, resided at." Colusa and Pittsburg before ' making their home here. Mrs. . Portman was a native of Mis-, souiv Surviving are a son; Roy, of Napa,- and several,' nieces and nephews. The 10:30 a.m.- funeral in the Higgins Chapel will be followed by : interment in Oak View Cemetery. - ,. , C'ty.PjMulatiqn . Greater Paris has a popula-tionof about 4.8 million.

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