Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on May 10, 1969 · 10
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? 'f ' '.1-2 -ch-Ji212mMt s1f,Mio,i969 . ' . T y, -' - 4 kMw(J Dts; . . , a. 1 ' - thul X. A M 1 M'1"' -- . t. Snow Frjmofrt; dear ,.inr of KXrt tugenq i'V 'fcob. Jn- ,of .fftmontj i end m. m ri obert Snow - f pf Manuel E . Amoral j Mix Mary Fldaloo at San natlva of Port Ui; aged r brother Aiamed and Lpronzo. A A 40 yws. Frttndl are nwel from S ' a si Invited to attend to Af ORENSEN CHAP EL, 1140 B SI. Hayward, MociJV, hJa V 12 al 1.45 a m i trance to M, Jhn Church, Lewelllng Blvd., 5q Li where a Reoulem Maos Will for the repose ot h s aoyl c i m. Recitation of Iha Rosary Auaryf fu'nCay'avernna at I pm. GRIFFIN-BOWLER Bradford Young. Entombment, Holy Saoolcttr Cemetery, Griffin, 14, and Carol Elizabeth Bowl-Hayward. or. 19, both of Sweet Home, Oregon. . iiind (folM. Utoto Chapter, 0 E.l No. sT of Oak- fond' . . . FrWnds are liwtfod fo atnd ervlw tokarab 1476 VaSrntAva- 0 2k. land. URKARD, Reaa L, In Lafoyetta, May . 'oved wife of William L, Bur- Invtfed to attend services if the Mor- Ave., Oak-- Dunci(ll u; both of Oakland. REYES-SANTOS Themes Mune Reyes, 23, end Lourdes Sahegon Santos, 19, both of San Pablo. LAWSON-HOGG Wllev Lawson, 2. iihmnd bf wilma Csdlaj dearest lu HM bom k' father of Donald P. Cadle, William land. , Charles Cadle, Cynthia Cadle and Bar- ADAMSCURTIS Dennis Ray Adams, bare Jeen Outre, ell of San Jose; deer 21, and Patricia Ann Curtis, 22, both brother of Edith Chapelt of Oakland; of Oakland. CADLE, Prod. in Morgan - loving grandfather of ten grandchildren. A native of Canada; aged 5. Friends are Invited At,rJiofuiSraI services Tuesday May 13, 1969 at 2 pm. from the LIMA SALMON A ER-tCKSON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 710 Willow St, Sen Jos.., , DANFORTH, Alice 6 In Oakland, May 1969. A member , of Women's Civic o) Oakland, First U n I ta r I an of Oakland. A Pest Pres, of 1 IWwf TAwnorla w.k Invited, will be held sunoay. May .is ai it a.m. at the First UnltarlanChurch, - 14th and Castro Sts., Oakland, Rev. Or. Arnold Crompton officiating. Contributions to the Memorial Fund of First Unitarian Church preferred ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY - ERICKSON, Per Tlldar, ht Berkelev, May 7, 1969, beloved husband of the late . Paulina M. Erickson; loving father of Rudy A. Erickson of Sacramento, Arvld i W. Erickson of Danville and Edwin R. Erickson of Napa; devoted grandfather of tlx grandchildren and two greet grandchildren. A native of Sweden; aoed (5 years. A member of Lutheran ?,S!Sr.i5 of Union No. 1149, Shipwrights, Mill wrights and Boat Builders, official of Metal Trade Council of California and - Bay Cities District Council of Carpen-tcrSe Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Monday, May 11 at 2 30 p m. el MCNARY CHAPEL, 3030 Telegraoh Ave., on block south of Ashby, Berkeley. Rev. Walter Wtrronen officiating. HAOEMANN, Auoutf M., In Livermore. May 9, 1969. beloved father ot Auoust M. Hegemenn Jr, of Livermore, Lloyd E, HfSGrienfi of Pleasanton end Robert W. Hagemann of El Centro; dear broth- or of Edwin E. Hagemann of Liver-- more; deer grandfather of Ter- rv. Steven, John, Jennifer, Cindy Lome. and Kart Hagemann. A native of Liver- more; aged 69 years. A member of Scottish Rite Bodies of Perfection of San Jon. Mosaic Lodge No. 21, F. A f! s.,9 Posltas Parlor 12 at 2 f clock p.m. at the Chaoel of CAL- GRACE, Maple vs. Robert AGHAN MQRTUARY, .3833. East Ave, ARNSTIN. DIane RMS VS. Walter , Ivermgra. Interment Roselawn . Ceme- REPOSA, Edna vs. Henry FINN, Eugene Gaynor vs. Rita Thomas GLEASON, Vivian N. vs. Bernard v J SPENCER, Ethel A. vs. Glean A. ...... . . . . ... SPENCER, Ethel A. VS. Glenn A. . MART, Laenard 0., suddenly. In Oakland. REU.LEY Sherry Ann vs. Donald - May 9TI969, dearly beloved husband of mood Alice E. Hart; loving brother of Fran- ROSE, Seymour M. vs. Suzanne . cis Hart and Willard Hart, both gf Hol- listen A native ot Hollister. A tile member of the Frvitvale Lodge No. 336, F. and A.M. A member of Scottish Rite Consistory, Aatunes Temple of the Shrine; $ AJA.E., San Francisco Post; Construction Inspectors Assoc.; Stanford Alumni Assoc.; Society tor Advancement of Management; Reserve Officers 'Assoc, of America, Lt. Commander, U S N R., and Navy League of the U S. Friends are Invited to attend services at the Telegraoh Ave. Chaoel of GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES, 2150 Telegraoh Ave., Oakland Tuesday, May 13 at 11 a.m. under the ausolces of the . Fruitvale Lodoe No. 336, F. and A M. A mole off street parking. Inurnment Chapel of the Chimes. MEANS, Arch Wj In San Francisco. May - 9, 1969; loving husband of Edith R. Means; loving father of Mrs. Jessica R. Brink of Redding, Mrs. Darlene Desper of Rosemead and Mrs. Colleen McMul-lin of El Segundo; grandfather of Michael and Sara Brink. A native of Peru, III ; aged 67 years. Friends are invited to attend services I at the BERKELEY HILLS CHAPEL, 1 1600 Shattuck Ave. at Cedar, Berkelev Monday, May 12 at I oclock D m. too Rev. Bvron Ross officiating. Interment Peru, Til. NEILSEN, Carl M tn Oakland, May 9, 1969, beloved husband of Abellne N. Nielsen; loving father of Mrs, Gertrud H. Stevenson of Sent Rosa end Carl Nielsen of Oakland; also survived bv two grandchildren end four great T grandchildren. A native of Denmark; aged 12 years. A member of our Saviour Lutheran Church, The Carmen's jJnisn. No. 192 and banish Brotherhood Friends are Invited to attend services at toe East Oakland Chapel of GRANT LLER MORTUARIES, 2372 East 14th st lorn, nictating. Services to bg concluded at the Mortuary Chaoel. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. REEKS, Nolli. In loving memory of my devoted aunt Thoughts of you on Mothers Day. Dar- line Nellie, all through to veers you gave me such tender loving care, such understanding, such deep happiness. Never to be forgotten. Oh for the touch of a vanished hand tha sound of a voice that Is still. My love always, Ruth. THOMPSON, Susie J., In Oakland, May 8. 1969, btloved wile of Roy S. Thompson; - loving mother of toe late Ruth B. Hop-try; toving grandmother of Mrs. Barbara J. Davis; loving great grandmother ot Earl, Johnny and Sharon Davis; loving grand mother-inlaw of La Roy Davis. A nativs of California; aged 80 years. Friends ara respectfully Invited to attend funeral services Monday, May 12 at 1:30 p.m. at toe Fruitvale Chapel ot - to CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTU ARY, 1580 Fruitvale Ave , Oakland. Interment Evergreen Cemetery (For further Information, pleas call 533-4114 ) Faking area adjacent to chapel. ' WALKER, Ronald W to Martinez, May 9, 1969, a 30. year resident of Albany. Ho leaves his dearly beloved wife, daughter and brother. A native of Kansas; aged 71 veers A retired Locomotive Engineer for Southern Pacific Co. and a veteran of W W.l. Friends are Invited to attend funeral services Monday, May 12 at 1 p m. from the Chapel of the ELLIS-OLSON MORTUARY, 727 San Pablo Ave , Albany, condutced bv Dr. Fred Stripp. (Adlacent parking) , ; WHITED, Kathryn (Katie) Mari of Mar tinez May 8, 1969; beloved daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Whited; loving sister ot Becky and Christie Whited, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Vogt of Escondido and Mr. and Mrs. J Vogt ot Escondido and Mr. an F. Paterson of Poway. Calif.; of Walnut Creek; age 1 year. Friends are invited to after A native to attend funeral 12 at 1 30 services Monday May 12 at 1 30 o m. ... Th Pleasant Hill Seventh Day Adventist Church, 800 Grayson St., Pleasant HIR. Interment private. The family re guests donations be made to the Seventh Day Adventist Church Memorial Fund. Services under toe direction ot SAN. RAMON VALLEY CHAPEL, 279 Front St., Danville. 1 1 Card of Thanks ALAMEDA Comity Heart Assn, gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts. Mail to office, 121 E. 11th St., Oakland. 444-.'" , or present at Crocker Citizen's Natic Bank, 1450 Broadway, Oakland. CATHOLIC CHARITIES gratefully ac-knowlsdge memorial gifts. 433 Jefferson Street, Oakland, 834-5654. , CITY OP HOPE gratefully acknowledges contributions. 2876 Brookdale Ave , Oakland. Days, 436-9440. Nights. KE 3-8442. SUICIDE PREVENTION Of ALAMEDA COUNTY greftefullv acknowledges gifts overt an untimely death. P. O. Box 9102, Berkeley. Telephone, 849-2212. CATHOLIC CHARItIes gratefully ac- KrktsxiK.1 433 CITY Of HOPE gratefully acknowledges contributions. 2876 Brookdalt Ave , Oakland. Days, 438-9440. Nights, KE 3-8442. ALAMEDA C aunty Heart Assn, gratefully a- now ledges memorial gifts. Mail to omco, 121 E. 11th St., Oakland. 444-3564 or present at Crocker Citizen's National took, 1450 Broadway, Oakland. 1 Alameda County MARRIAOC UCINSES ALUEM-BROWN Richard Oil Allen, sZ. ot Berkeley, and Elizabeth Brown, 31, of Oakland. PHIPPS-REINERTSON Paul leroy Phipps, 22, of Shady Side, Maryland, ' and Sara May Ralnertson, 23, of Alameda. i flrenro ALESANDRINI-SCH RADER Carlo iitwaHarai Galileo Alesendrinl, Jr., 2, and Bar-11 be ortereo LouUt srotior, 25, both of Berkeley. DURRAH-SCHAEFER David Durrah, 23, and Jennifer Lynn Schaefer, 21, both of Oakland. LEWIN-RAYBIN -Charles Jay Lawln, 36, and Peggy Sue Raybln, 27, both of SWIFT-YAMAGUCHI - Jhoinas Duana Swift, ofSaCTamento, and Mlchiyo Yamaguchl, 25, of Barkaley. , YANKAUS-DUNCAN Michael Joseph Y.nk.x 21, end Efolne. Newcomb BELOY-WILSON Frank Ray Beloy, 41, San Francisco, and Shirley Ann Wilson, 22, Walnut Creak. LAVAGNINO-DAVINI Chrlstooher Stephen. 22, of Albany and Steohama Jean Davlnl, 20, of Oakland. McCLUNEY-BLUEFORD Lawrence Melvin McClunev, 23, and Saundre Diane Blueford, 20. both Oakland. LEE-TAKAKI -Ping Lea, 36. New York, N.Y and Michlko Takekl, 20, Berkelev. - , TOWNER-WATERS Joe Lee Towner, 21, and Donna Waters, 23, both Oakland. . WHITAKER-JOHNSON - Eddie Wyatt Whitaker, 24, Berkeley, and Core Mae Johnson, 19, Oakland. WILSON-HAMPTQN Leslie Frank Wilson, 24, end Shelley Anne Hemo ton, 17, both Oakland. HILL-TANN Roy Edwin Hill. 33, and Sharon Louise Tann, 20, both of Oakland. SHERIDAN-BAKER Michael Thomas Sheridan, 29, Alameda, end Nancy Lee Baker, 25, of Orinda. NUGENT-MORGAN William James Nugent, 42, El Cerrito, and Michele Susan Morgan, 24, Hayward. SAUER-HAYES Mare Gordon Sauer, 19. Walnut Creek, and Carol Jean f Hayes, 17, Cestro Valiev. SILVEI RA-BRABAW Frank Charles Sllveira, 41, and Lillian Elizabeth Brabaw, 47, both Fremont. PA SQUALE-AR AGON James Pasquale, 19, . and Paula Eugenia Aragon, 19, both San Leandro. DIVORCES FILED COE, Bobble J. Vs. Ronald E M JL vrn M smith, ylht M. V. Vernon H. LYNCH. Barbara Sue vs. Thomas J. LITTLEFIELD, France L. vs. Arnold . G. VANICEK, Virginia v. Harry LEON - Patrlda B. vs. Andrew P. WATTS, Elll F. vs. Clarence C MILANI, Charlotte vs. David GREENO, Jacquelyn vs. William BAKER, Rex D. vs. Lois HAUGHY, Marv E. vs. Robert P. Tltf Chrs"n Ros John"v CRISOLO, Regina M. vs. Molses Cruz HAMMONS, Sharon June va. Robert Olen INTERLOCUTORY DECREES , FURTADO, Joyce M. from David L. MENDEZ, Margaret from Henry BRESClANl, Joyce A. from Arm and R. WATERS, Dorothy from William . BOYD, Mayzole from Carl A. SANDERS, Judith A. from Gary R. - 1 McLEAN, Dolores J. from Dennis E, BROWN, Alts from Charles GALVIN, Karen R. from Ronald L. RICHARDSON, Emmit from Martha PUTMAN, Atlee G. from Edison K. ELLIS, Patricia A. from Vernor A. FERNANDEZ, Antoinette from Jack FINAL DECREES SULSAR, Fay from Scott Jr. SADLER, Emma from Donald J. NADEAU, Elizabeth J. from Harold V. CACCIATORE, Lenna M. from Samuel McCONLOGUE, Linda from Robert A. WALLS, James O. from Glenda S. CUNHA, Roger W. from Terrle J. METZ, Margaret from Donald L. MATTSON, Shirley from Robert J. BRINKLEY, Sylvia from Robert O'CONNELL, Wilma J. from Charles J. VON WURZBURG, Nellie G. from Felix MAY, Johnnie from Wiillt D. MUNDY, Marilyn R. from Robert E. DOUGLAS, James H. from Betty L. MICHELBOOK, Dahlia from William ROBBINS, Raymond E. from Agnes M. BURTON, Larry R. from Audrea M. Contra Costa County MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED SI KORA-HEIL Stephen J. Sikora III, 36, Danville, and Julia E. Hail, 35, Walnut Creek. HEYER-JERNIGAN Donald B. Haver, 19, and Shelley A. Jemigan, 19, both Pleasant Hill. STIMSON-PIERCE Ronnie L. Stlmson, 22, Antioch, and Mildred A. Pforct, 20, Brentwood. SHORES- FLEEHEARTY Lvl E. Shores, 24, Lafayette, and Jo Ann Fleehearty, 21, Pleasant Hill. CAM E RON-DOYL E Michael C. Cameron, 22, and Rosemary J. Doyle, 21, both Walnut Creek. DIVORCES FILED v CONTRERAS, Sara Ann vs Ernesto F. . FLAU .Richard A. vs. Linda K. PAYNE, Bette J. vs. Dan. BRUMLEY, Wendell H. vs. Teruko. STRATTER, Joan B. vs. Mlchaat M LIESKOVAN, Geraldine May vs. John - Joseph. - BALL, Tamara Ann vs. Lacy William Jr. RAUCE, Elnora vs. Inman - - -SKUBEC, Rober tL. vs. Larry L, (annulment). i. WILLES, Margaret Bodfish vs. Burlington. CORRIE0, John M. vs. Mario Elena. HENDRICKS, Elaine W.. vs. Norman B. MUELLER, Ramona Juanita vs. Hugo RANDLE-OVERTON Allen Randle, 36 and Linda Overton, 26, both Richmond - FAIRBANKS, William vs. Betty. GROOM AN, Edward vs. Sandra. GAUKEL, Patsy vs. Paul. HARRIS, Myrna vs. Freddie (separate maintenance) HOENHNER, Evelyn vs. Bernard (separate maintenance). - FINAL DECREE GRANTED OOROUGH, Marlene from Donald. r SB" tj M X jlli iflkjA THE GARDENS OF MOUNTAIN VIEW . . f Here amid die everchanging color of the seasons flowers and trees, visitors appreciate the quiet,' green haven that is Mountain View Cemetery, For over a , hundred years. Mountain Views substantial endow-, ment care fund has provided a sceneof beauty inwhich the departed are honored id settings left to individual choice. Ground burial, cremation, indoor and outdoor crypts are all available. ' ' MOUNTAIN VIEW-CEMETERY 5000 Piedmpnt Avenue, Oakland-658-2588 , children LeUcri To God t- 0 r C oA Th . .i. xo t r Kj( Features Syndicate, be 1969. Funeral Set For Susie : Thompson Funeral services will -be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. for Mrs. Susie J. Thompson, a pioneer East Oakland resident, who died Thursday. She had celebrated her 80th birthday last Sunday. " Mrs. Thompson and her husband, Roy, were Instrumental in bringing one of the first schools to the East Oakland area. It was constructed 1923 next door to their Mrs. Elmerlee Thomas, a folk singer with the Gateway Singers for many years, died here yesterday following an illness. She was 47. , A native of Texas, Mrs. Thomas came to Oakland at Jhe age of 1 She was a graduate of University High School and attended the University of California where she majored in music. While at U.C., Mrs. Thomas was a member of the University Chorus and Treble Clef. The university sent her to sing at the historic 1945 meeting of the United Nations in San Francisco. -- . Lou Gottlieb of the Limeway for another building, now , lighters . folk group brought known as the Charts Burck-- Gate, halter Elementary School on Burckhalter Avenue. T Mrr Thompson, "" 'who ' suiv' vives his wife, . operated the Millsmont Service Station-from 1921 until three years ye-' - Mrs. Thomas appeared in m home at 6868 Sunkist Dr. when there were only 14 families in the area. j She was custodian of the one-room building, known as Columbia Park Elementary School, for three years. The building was later destroyed in a high wind, was replaced by a new school that was demolished later to make ago- Mrs. Thompson was a native of Santa Monica and an Alameda, County resident for 53 years. She also leaves a granddaughter and t h r fe e great grandchildren. Services will be held- at Cooper Mortuary,-1580 Fruit-vale Ave. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Phyllis Aliff SAN LEANDRO Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday for Mrs. Phyllis G. Aliff at the Guerero and Sera-mur Mortuary, 407 Estudillo Ave. Mrs. Aliff, 46, died Wednesday at Kaiser Hospital three days after she was found in her bade yard with third degree burns over 90 per cent of her body suffered in an apparent suiride attempt A native of West Virginia, Mrs. Aliff came to California in 1953 and settled in Oakland. She later moved to San Lorenzo and had been a resident 1 there for six years. She was an active member of the Parents Teachers Association of the Lorenzo Manor Elementary School, Cub Scouts Pack 313 and the Block Parents of San Lorenzo. She is survived by her hus- Ave., Albany, band, Clyde of the family home at 17451 Via Anacapa;, three sons, Gary D. of Hayward, Edward L. and Steven A. of San Lorenzo' her mother, Mrs. Ina Daniel of Eccles, W. Va.; four brothers, Elmer, Delmar, Dallas and Robert Daniel, and a sister, Mrs.' Violet Bishop, all of West Virginia and one grandson. sr i m M SANG AT U.N. Folk. Singer -Mrs. Thomas Dead at 47, way Singers together. After aboriginal two-night engage-, ment at the hungry I the group was invited to stay two'- many church programs, student shows and benefit concerts, and consistently won , acclaim for her c o n t r a 1 1 o voice. She is survived by her husband, , Alhe, of the family home at 697 Calmar Ave.; a daughter, Marcie; a son, Maurice; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Erban Catherine and an aunt, Mrs. Lillian Wheatley all of Oakland. ' Funeral services are pending at Hudson Funeral Home, 3665 Telegraph Ave. Per Tildor Erickson Final rites will be conducted Monday at 2:30 p.m. for Per Tildor Erickson, prominent shipwright and union leader, who died Wednesday after a series of strokes. He was 85. Mr. Erickson, a native of Sweden, was active in the affairs of local Swedish orgah-izations. He came to this country in 1903 and worked his way across the country until he finally settled in San Francisco -in 1913. i Later he tried ranching in . Sacramento, but returned to the Eastbay in 1925 and stayed with shipbuilding the rest of his life. The family home is at 716 pan Carlos Mr. Erickson was a member of the Lutheran Church of the Cross in Berkeley. A past president of the Swedish American Patriotic League, he was also active in Tegner Lodge VO of A of Oakland, the Oddfellows Lodge of San Francisco and was a former ' official of Local 1149, Shipwrights, Millwrights and Boat 'Builders," the Metal Trades" Council of California and the Bay Cities District Council of Carpenters. Surviving are three sons,. Rudy of Sacramento, Arvid of Danville and Edwin of Napa; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services will be held' at McNary Chapel, 3030 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley. ANGLERS' TIDE TABLE PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME LOW High Denotes p.m. hours. The abov times are for tides at the Park Street Bridge, Oakland. Lunar alias for May: May 2 Full moon 1:14 a.m. May 9 Last quarter 4:12 a.m. May 16 New Moon 4:27 a.m. May 24 First quarter 18:16 a.m. May 31. Full moon 11:19 a.m. - - - May 9 Sun rlsas 6:06 a.m. Sun sets 1:07 p.m. Maaa rise 2:41 p.m. Moon sets 1:37 p.m. May It Sun rise 6:84 a.m. Sun sals 1-89 m. Moon rlsas 2:48 8.ih. Moon sets 3:58 a.m. - State Aide Raps U.S. Food. Plan Chief Deputy State Atty. Gen. Charles OBrien yesterday accused the U.S. Agricul: ture Department of intransigent refusal to do its part to alleviate hunger.". - Appearing in San Francisco before a U.S. Senate commit-, tee hearing on hunger, OBrien repeatedly assailed the departments refusal to comply with a federal court order that it distribute food commodities in each of Californias counties. Now,' here comes me federal government thumbing its nose at a court order, he declared. If college students ignored such an order, theyd be in jail by now. Since the order was issued by a three-judge court in San Francisco last December, the Agriculture - Department has tried unsuccessfully three times to get it set aside. Joining OBrien in the accu-stations was State Assembly Minority Leader Jesse M. Un-ruh, who declared, The Black. Panthers supply more free breakfasts than the federal government. The Panthers currently sup-.ply some 700 Los Angeles ghetto children with breakfasts before school each day, " he noted. J 9 Louis Bowerman WALNUT CREEK - Last rites for Louis Bowerman, architect and hospital designer, will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Oak Park Hills Chapel Mr. Bowerman, a 20-year -employe of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Bay Area, lived at 7 San Rafael ' Court. He died Thursday of an apparent heart attack. He was 42. Surviving are his widow, Margaret;-two sons, Terry and Kris; two daughters, Cindy and Gina; and three sisters Mrs. Barbara Tell of Newark; Mrs. Geraldine Hanson of Fremoftt; and Mrs. Lor-" raine Bedell of Liberia, North Africa. Margaret Baer - PITTSBURG Margaret Baer, library clerk at Pitts- , burg High School for the past 32 years, was found dead yesterday morning in her residence at 189 Railroad Ave. School associates bad asked neighbors to check on Miss Baer after she failed to arrive for work. Her fully-clothed body was found in a chair in the room. Investigating officers theorize she suffered a heart attack as she prepared to leave for school. Miss Baer, about 53, was a 1934 graduate of Pittsburg High School and had been employed there since Feb. 1 1937. She leaves her mother, Mrs. Ralph Washburn of Anchor Bay, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Irving Fine of Alamo. Funeral arrangements are pending. John W. Norton Funeral services have been held in Pasadena for former Berkeley resident John Weston Norton, 60. Born in Oakland, Mr. Norton was an honors graduate in chemistry from the University of California and during World War n served as a major in chemical warfare. Before moving to Pasadena 16 years ago, he was with the Union Oil Companys Oleum refinery at Rodeo for four years as supervisor of laboratories and assistant superintendent of bulk operations. Surviving are his widow, Hilde, of 820 Burleigh Drive, Pasadena, and a sister, Mrs. Frank Fischer, of San Leandro. Shipping TODAY MEDEA, Los Angeles, Fort Mason PRESIDENT HARRISON, Los Angeles, Pier 50-B PHILIPPINE BEAR, Yokohama, Pier - POINT FERMIN, RLW SCHEDULED DEPARTURES Sublect to change without nolle ' ' TODAY , " AMERICAN CONDOR, Pearl Harbor, NSC ANGELO PETRI, Balboa, Martinez BERKELEY VICTORY, Far East, Port Chicago . , CHINA BEAR, Los Angeles, Stockton COLUMBIA TRADER, DaNang, NSC EVAMO, Eureka, Universal GOLDEN BEAR, Yokohama, 29-N HAWAIIAN MONARCH, Honolulu, 7th Street JALAJAYA, Bombay, Stockton JOHN F. SHEA, San Delgo, Stockton K. H. CRANDALL, Arabian Gulf, RLW KENYON VICTORY, Far East, Port Chicago LOCH LOYAL. Vane. B.C., Pier 80 MONTEVIDEO, Vane. B.C., Pier 37 RITA MAERSK, Manila, 80 SEFRA, Everett, 80 ' STARSTONE, Puget Sound, Pier 32 TRANSOCEAN SHIPPER, Japan, Pitts,, burg. Low High 90 100 rare? Showers, Flurries Weather Forecast Summaries Bay Area Fair through tomorrow except low overcast along to ocean ex tending inland locally night and morning sL Low tonight near 50. High today 65 to 75 oxcept near 60 along ,1ha ocean. Westerly winds 12 to 25 mAh. in afternoons. Northern an Central California Felr through tomorrow except partly cloudy with widely scattered thundershowers In the mountains during to afternoon and evening. Low overcast along to coast clearing to near too coastline In the afternoons. Cooler central coast and coastal valleys tomorrow. Northwestern California Fair through tomorrow except low overcast along the coast but clearing to near the coast In too afternoons. Cooler inland tomorrow. High today and low tonight at Ukiah, (6 and 50. Fort Bragg, 60 and 48. Mount Shasta Siskiyou Area Partly cloudy with widely scattered thundershowers during too afternoon and evening otherwise fair through tomorrow. Little temperature change. Sierra Nevada Partly cloudy with widely scattered thundershowers during to afternoon and evening otherwise fair, through tomorrow. Llttl temperature change. San Joeevla Valley Fair through tomorrow. Low temperatures both nights in the low 50's to low 60's High today In tn the upper to mid 90's. Light WAnds except westerly to 20 m.p.h. in tog Delta In afternoons. Santa Clara Valley Fair through tomorrow except patchy low cloudiness night and morning. Low temperatures both nights 45 to 55 High today In toe mid 70's to tow 80's. Slightly cooler tomorrow. Northwest winds 5 to 15 m p.h. In afternoons. Low both nights and high today at San Jose, 53 and 00. Livermore Valiev Fair through tomorrow except brief morning cloucM-ness. Slightly. cooler tomorrow. Westerly winds 10 to 20 m p h. in afternoon. Diablo, Saa Ramoa and Moraga Valievs Fair through tomorrow except patchy morning cloudiness. Low both nights 45 to 55. High in too mid 70's to SanrGorgonio Pass Ready: For Major Earthquake? , PASADENA San Gorgo-nio Pass, in the San Bernardino Mountains 80 miles' east of Los Angeles,, is a likely place for a potentially major earthquake according to Dr. James Brune, director of the California Institute of Technology quake monitoring la-boratoty. Bruen told a Caltech symposium yesterday a section of Puzzle ACROSS lFair. 5 Rupture 10 Western city. 14 Noun suffix. 15 Seemingly. 16 Kind of DOWN 1 Joke. 4 Shoe size. 19 Shield: Sp. 5 Escort. 23 Vehicle. 6 Pet. 24 Bundles. 7 Trimming: school: abbr. 8 Equal: pref. 26 Org. 17 Entertainer. 20 Child. 21 Aged. 22 Miss Lewis. 23 Temporary: naut , 24 S. Amer. rodent. 26 Asservate. 29 Greeted. 32 French silk. 33 Rushed. 34 Container. 36 Kind of entertainment. 40 Girls name. 41 Containers. 42 In the future. 43 Cassandra, for one. 45 Insect 47 Measure. ' 48 God of love. 49 Rogue. -52 Frenchman. -53 Arabic name - form. 56 Something full of con fused action. - 60 Cafe au 61 Conscious. , 62 Scots Gaelic. 63 Betting term 64 Money. 65 Ball team. Solntion to Yesterdays Data From High Temperatures Expected For Daytime Saturday Latest report from the U.S. Weather Bureau showed showers in North Dakota, Kansas, Missouri and the Tennesee Valley, with show flurries over the upper Great Lakes. It was raining in southeastern New England. (AP) . mid 80's. Slightly cooler tomorrow. Westerly winds 10 to 20 m p.h. in afternoons. ? California Summary CALIFORNIA SUMMARY tow Cloudiness continues along the north coast and afternoon cloudiness Is developing over to mountains. Otherwise skies are sunny over to state this afternoon. Pressures have continued to rise slowly lust off to west coast. This will have toe tendency to increase to - tow cloudiness along to central and southern coastal areas. It will continue to be mostly cloudy along to north coast. Afternoon cloudiness building over toe mountains In to afternoons will continue to give a chance of scattered shaowers or thunder showers over the Sierra Nevada during to afternoon and evening hours through tomorrow. Otherwise fair skies will continue over the rest of too state through tomorrow. Temperatures will continue warmino at Inland valley area but will be cooler along too central coast area beginning tomorrow. Mountain areas wilt show little temperature change. High temperatures today will be in the high 50's along too north coast to to low 70's alone the south coast. Valley areas will be In to low 80's to tot low 90's and it will be near the 100 mark in to desert. Coastal winds will be variable 5 to 15 knots through tomorrow except mostly west 10 to 20 knots in too afternoons. National Summary The national outlook Saturday; Showers will occur from toe midwest to New England .'. . while afternoon thundershowers era expected from toe Sierras of northern California across toe great plateau to to mountains ot Arizona and western New Mexico. Elsewhere ... It will be sunnny end pleasant. It will be warm or warmer In the west and cool or cooler from to northern plains to New England and to southeast . . . remaining mild in toe southern Missis the San Andreas Fault be-tween the communities of Beaumont and Banning in Riverside counties showed a considerable buildup of strain between the opposing faces of 1 faults which hasnt been relieved by recent quakes. State Department of Water Resources scientists have also pinpointed this area as the possible center of a future major quake. 9 Dickens character. 10 Cardinals symboL 11 Charles Lamb. 12 Close. 2 Preposition. 13 All: pref. 3 Shoo! 18 Narcotic. 25 Mans name 39 Girls names. 57 Sped. 44 Ants. Field Enterprises, Inc 1969 Puzzle CRYPTOGRAM ' : 4 1 i LNNE HNH HNNU LENLU. , . i i , Yesterdays cryptogram: One queer fnrfla slept upon turquoise tiles. . 83888 U.S. WEATHER BUREAU . ESSA f JA Showers , Snow . Flurrlts sippi vallsy. A warm front will extend across western Kentucky to a low oyer southern llinois becomino cod ot central Wyoming then stationary to northwest Montana. Highs will be over northern Utah and central Georgia. Precipitation NATIONAL Albany, Jt; Asheville, .94; Atlanta, .9 ; Boston, 2)9; Buffilo, .20; Burlington Vt., .18; Charleston, S C., .08; Charleston W. Va., .74; Charlotte, N C., .49; Chicago, Ml Cincinnati, M; Cleveland, .19; Columbus. O., .04; Detroit, .94; Duluth, .01; Honolulu. .37; Indianapolis, .36; Jacksonville, 2)1; Louisville, .14; Memphis, .03; MUweu' kee, .16; St. Paul, 216; New Orleans, .08; New York, 1.36; Philadelphia, 1.17; Pittsburgh, .27; Portend Me., .46 Ra-Hloh, .14; Richmond, .67; St. Louis, D5: S S, Washington CANADA Montreal, .11; Ottawa, .05; Toronto, .25. Temperature Table CALIFORNIA Bakersfield 92 Eureka S4 Fairfield at Fresno 90 Hamilton FI 74 Los Angeles 85 Moffett Fid 77 Monterey 50 Needles 98 Oakland 70 Dntn Sn Jose 79 NATIONAL Albany NY Albuquerque Amarillo Asheville ' Atlanta Billings n j? 70 77 71 72 84 65 Jlllings Blrmnghni Bismarck Boise Boston Brwnsvill Buffalo Bjrlgtn Vt 65 &SC 8 Chrlstn WVa 62 Charlotte NC 79 . 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