Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 20, 1972 · 22
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t 22 E OikUnbliCtUmne Thurs., July20,1972 Eastbay Funeral Notices ALM, Arrtane V., ot Dublin, July 11, 1971, beloved Infant daughter of Mr. A Mrs. Arthur W. Aim, Jr. of Dublin tovtn oranddeugMer of Rev. 1 Mr. Arthur W. Aim of Castro Valley and Mr. A Mrs. Carl Anderson of Oakland; dear sister of Erik Aim of Dublin; dear niece of Todd Anderson of Oakland and Kristian McCook of San Leandro - ' Private memorial services were held. Inurnment, Chapel of the Chimes, Hay- em will be celebrated for the repose of her soul. Recitation of the Rosary at St. - Columbas Church, Thursday, I p.m. Friends who wish may call at the Teie-graps Ave. Chapel until Thursday A:30 p.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. , GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES 2460 Telegraph Ave., Oakland 4514434 ARY, 1940 Peralta Blvd. at Temple PETERSON, Noeline L., In Albany, July ward. SORENSEN BROS, MORTUARY 581-1234 AVERY, Clevd L., In Berkeley, July 19, 1972, beloved husband of Hazel I. Av-- ary; loving father of Mrs. Bettiene Ellas of Bakersfield; also survived by two grandsons. A native of Michigan; a gad 41 years. A resident of El Cerrito for the past 35 years. Vocational A Academic educator for the State of California Dept, of Corrections for 25 years and Instructor at Berkeley Adult Education W.C Berkeley and U.C.L.A. Friends are Invited to attend serv-21, at 11 e.m. at BISHOP, Agnes M., of Alameda, July 11, 1972, dear friend of Mrs. Goldie Aalseth and Mrs. Audrey Owens. A native of Ohio; aged 43 years. An Employee of Saylor Candy Co. Friends are Invited to attend the services Friday, July 21 at 1:30 am from the Robinson Bros. Mortuary, 1901 Frultvaie Ave. Oakland. Thence to St. Joseph's Catholic Church Alameda, 1109 Chestnut St. Alameda, where a Requiem Mass will be offered commenclno at 9:00 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Thurv day evening at 1.00 pm at the mortuary. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery Oakland. Parking provided opposite the INGLE, Way. Donations to the Cancer Fund or to the Irvington United Presbyterian Church preferred. Please call 797-1900 HOEHN, Lucille $., In Hayward, July 11. 1972, beloved wife of the late Raymond Hoehn; loving mother of Michael Dennis Hoehn of Fontana and Jack Richard Hoehn of Hayward; also survived by three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A native of Elgin Township, Kane County, Illinois; aged 75 years. . Friends are Invited to attend services at the BERKELEY HILLS CHAPEL, 1400 Shattuck Ave., at Cedar, Berkeley Weather Summary, Forecasts Navy Man Found Hanged in Lab Friday, July 21, at 10 a.m. The Rev. R. David Bowden of St. Clement's Epjsco- SANFORD, R a loll C., In Oakland. pal Church officiating. Interment Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno. BERKELEY HILLS CHAPEL 17, 1972, a resident of Albany; loving wife of the late Daniel S., Peterson; beloved mother of Dorothy Yore of Albany and Vivienne Marren of Camlno; devoted grandmother of Shelia Olsen of Placervllle and Thomas Marren of Stockton; dear great grandmother of Erik and Laurie Olsen; mother-in-law of James Marren and aunt of Edward Jafeman of Mt. View. A native of San Francisco; aged 92 years. Private funeral services were held Wednesday. July 19, at 130 p.m. at the ELLIS-OLSON MORTUARY, 727 San held at Sunset Mausoleum. turV change ,n9' L " ,mper Northwestern' California Fair Bay Area Fair through tomorrow except low coastal overcast extending inland night and morning. Little temperature change. High today and tomorrow low and md 40s near coast to mid 70s inland. Westerly wind 12 to 25 m.p.h. Northern and Central California Fair through tomorrow except low cloudiness on coast and scattered fhun- Julv mortuary on Frultvaie Ave. (Contribute the Cancer fund preferred.) Ices Friday, July 21, at 11 a.m. SUNSET VIEW MORTUARY CHAPEL, . . . . . . . Colusa A Falrmount, Berkelev-EI Cerrl- CAIN, Jehp Robert, of Fremont aoclden- to. Interment Sunset View Cemetery. SUNSET VIEW CEMETERY A MOR- , TUARY tally, July 17, 1972, beloved son of Robert and Bessie Mae Cain; loving brother of Bessie Marie Bradshaw and Linda Lee Hernandez. A native of San Jose; aged IS years. A Student of Kennedy High School, Fremont, BELL,- Rev. Ansel Ogden, In Richmond, July 11, 1972, Pastor Emeritus of the North Oakland Baptist Church, 32nd and Linden Street. A resident of the Ellens Memorial Convalescent Hosoltal. A native of Tennessee; aged 14 years. Retired as pastor of the North Oakland Baptist Church after serving 27 years as pastor. A first moderator of the St. John's Association of Northern Callfor- CATHCART, Ray, In nla Housing Committee of the Oakland 1972, husband of Council of Churches, Chairman of the Horn Mission Board of the Baptist State Convention of Calif., Treasurer of California State Sunday School Congress, Treasurer of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance. Membership Chairman of the N.A.A.C.P. Oakland Branch and many other activities. Friends are invited to attend funeral services from the North Oakland Baptist Church, 32nd and Linden Streets, at ig ...... Friends are invited to attend services from,, the New Mortuary of CHARLES P. BANNON, 4800 E. 14th St., Oakland on Friday afternoon, July 21, at 1:30. Interment Cedar Lawn Memorial Park, Fremon For further Information please call 432-1011 . Erie Briggs, In Walnut Creek, July 11, 1972, cousin of Dr. Joseph L. Ingle Of La Grande, Ore., Charle I. Ross of Palo Alto, Milton Ross of Taft, Calif., Mrs. Esther I. Taussig of Bakersfield. A life member of California Teachers' Assn., life member of California Congress of Parents A Teachers, member of Phi Delta Kappa, University of California Chapter; Occidental Lodge No. 20 A.F.A A.M. Grteley, Colorado; Berkeley Retired Teachers Assn., National Retired Teachers' Assn, and Rotary Club of Berkeley. A native of Plainfield, Wisconsin; aged 72 years. Arrangements by MCNARY A MORGAN CHAPEL, 3030 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley. 18, 1972. beloved husband of the late Sis trough Friday exceot low cloudiness Sanford; loving father of Ralph C. San- and fog on coast extending into coastal ford Jr and Ernest Avelar; loving valleys night and morning becoming grandfather of llene, Pamela and Car- batchy in the north tomorrow. Little ole Sanford, Susan Ramon and Steven temperature change. fordA b native ofF Oregon" aSdl . Sacrament. Valley - Fair through years " na ore80n aoed 11 tomorrow except brief low cloudiness in Friends are respectfully Invited to ?! " W temperature attend funeral services Friday, July 21, High today and tomoijow mid at 11 a.m. at COOPER'S CHAPEL, 1580 70s south to upper 80s central and Frultvaie Ave., Oakland. Rev. Charles north. Low tonight mid 50s to mid 40s. Dubbs officiating. (For further Irrforme- Southerly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. tion, please phone 5334114) Parking Mount Shasta Siskiyou Area Fair KLIEBE, Arthur A., In Lafayette, July Berkeley, July 19, 1.7, 1972, loving, brother of Mrs. Made- Aileen Cathcart of Berkeley; father of George and Bea Cathcart of Portland. Ore. A long-time resident of Berkeley and former owner of the College Town Shop at Telegraph A Bancroft. A native of Utah; aged 85 years. Friends are Invited to attend funeral services, Friday, July 21, at 2:30 p.m. In McNARY A MORGAN CHAPEL, 3030 Telegraph Ave. one block south of Ashby, Berkeley. Dr. Fred S. Stripp officiating. Inurnment, Chapel of Memories. 11:00 a.m. Monday, July 24th. Rev. C. B Murray officiating. Arrangements by FOUCHE'S FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Interment Sunset View Memorial Cerne- FELTON, Susan C. of Fremont, July 14, tery. line Bocca of Livermore, Mrs. Norma Pezzolo of San Pablo, Raymond Kilebe of Protect City, Calif, and Gilbert Kilebe of Cathedral Citv, Calif. A native of Washington; aged 41 years. A member of the Teamsters' Union. Friends are Invited to attend graveside services at the Lafayette Cemetery, Friday, July 21, at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Arthur Odden officiating. GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES , CHAPEL IN THE VALLEY Lafayette 283-3515 area adlacent to the Chapel. Memorial contributions to the Hanna Boys' Center will be appreciated. CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY SECCHI, Victor M., In Walnut Creek, July 18, 1972 of Concord, beloved husband of Angela Secchi; dear father of Mrs. Lillian Moral and Mario and George Secchi all of Concord and the late Elmer Secchi; loving brother of Mrs. Jennie DeMartinl of Concord; also survived by four grandchildren. A native of Genoa, Italy; aged 84 years. A retired superintendent for the City of Concord, a member of Redmen, Druids through tomorrow with some cloudiness and chance of widely scattered thundershowers this afternoon. Slightly cooler today. High today low tonight and high Friday at Shasta Dam 82, 58, 85. Sierra Nevada Chance of thundershowers mainly in central and south portion today, but otherwise mostly fair through tomorrow. Slightly cooler today, and windy over central ridoes and south part. San Joaauin Valley Fair through tomorrow with little temperature change. High today and tomorrow low 80s to low 90s except mid 70s low 80s In Delta. Low tonight upper 50s to upper 40s. Northwest wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. 'in v and American Legion. Friends are invited to attend funeral except westerlyto 30 m.p.h. In delta services, Friday, July 21, at 10 a.m. area decreasing tonight, from the Queen of All Saints Cafholic Santa Clara Valley Fair through Church, 2390 Grant St., Concord. Inter- tomorrow but night and morning low ment. Queen of Heaven Cemetery, La- clouds. Little temperature change. High 7 - BENDY, Elina, In Berkeley, July 14, 1972, loving sister of Joseph A. Savon of San Antonio, Texas; aunt of Mrs. Annie S. Cormier, ot San Diego apd Mrs.-Norvelette Hark ot San Francisco; also survived by a grandniece and a grandnephew and a host of friends. A native of Louisiana aged 81 years. A member ot th Altar Society ot St. Columbas Church. Friends 'are Invited to attend at St. Columbas Church, 44th 1972, loving wife ot James A. Felton; loving mother of Susan M. Bruce of PEARSON, Miriam E., of Hayward, July " IS, 1972, beloved wife of Pablo Ave., at 10:30 a.n Newcastle, Douglas B.- Felton of Fremont; loving daughter of Robert E. Al-ward of Fremont; loving sister of Robert Alward ot Oakland and Catherine Langdon of Fremont. Also survived by 2 grandchildren. A native of Flint, Michigan; aged 40 years. Memorial services will be held Saturday, July 22, 1972 at 10:30 a.m. at Tha Irvington United Presbyterian Church, 41020 Chapel Way, Fremont with the Reverend Henry M. Haunt officiating Oakland, Friday, July 2lTr under the direction of FREMONT , where a Mass of Reaul- CHAPEL OF THE ROSES MORTU- . Merlon D. Pearson; loving mother of Mrs. Jean R. Souza of Santa Clara; dear grandmother of Jill Souza; sister of Mrs. Edna Tavlor of Alameda, Esther Sanders of San Lorenzo and Naomi Malmstrom of Oakland. A native of California; aged 50 years. Friends are invited to attend memorial services Saturday, July 22, at the SANTOS ROBINSON MORTUARY, 160 Estudillo Ave., San Leandro. Memorials WOODBURN, Bonar, to the American Cancer Society pre- -- f erred. For information, call 483-0123 layette. Recitation of the Rosary, Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the Galindo St. Chapel of BRYANT & LOUGH 1385 Galindo St., Concord with Redmen 8, Druid Services to follow. (For further Irfor-matlon please call 682-1100) THOMPSON, Louis K., In Hayward, July 19, 1972, belowed husband of Patricia Thompson of Hayward; loving father of Debbie and Sharan Thompson; loving brother of Arthur R. Thompson and Mrs. Charlotte Delpv of La Jolla and Mrs. Marguerite Lvnch of Alameda. A native of Minneaoplis, Minnesota. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services, Friday, July 21, at 2 p.m. in the Gothic Chaoel of the HAGY-KEENAN MORTUARY, Central Ave. at 9th St., Alameda under the auspices of the Alameda Lodge No. 1015 B.P O.E. I t. i Eastbay Vital Statistics GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES San Francisco Deaths Alameda County Alameda County Alameda County MARRIAGE LICENSES WINN-BIRDSONG Monty Winn, 21, Hayward, and Gwenlth Birdsong, 18, Oakland. BISHARA-HOLE Alai W. Blshara, 25, Hayward, and Marilyn Hole, 24, Oakland. HOOVER-MAYNARD James K. Hoover, IS, Newark, and Dolores Maynard, 19, Fremont. ARMSTRONG-WHEELER Jerry W. Armstrong, 22, and Kathy Wheeler, 14, both of Hayward. AVILLA-LAGORIO James P. Avllla, 25, Hayward, and Sandra Marla La-gorio, 21, San Leandro. BASHAM-DELANEY Bradley L. Basham, 19, Pleasanton, and Peggy Delaney, IK Livermore. HILLMAN-FRENCH Otto "C Hillman, 85, and Inez French, 72, both ot Union City. ELLIOTT-LAZZERINI Hiram E. Elliott, 28, Sacramento, and Loma Laz-zerinl, 23, Hayward. ANDRADE-LOURENCO Jose A. An-1 drada, 19, Sunnyvale and Gloria Lour-enco, 21, Fremont. DAVIS-GAUSTAD Gary D. Davis. 19, and Elizabeth Gaustad, II, both of Hayward. COWG ILL-LAWS Geoffrey L Cowg-III, 20, and Deborah Laws, 19, both of Hayward. DEGENER-SWEENEY David D. De-genar, 27. and Christina Swaenay, 23, both of Hayward. SANCHEZ-GARRETT Nicholas R. Sanchez, 17, end Sandra Garrett, 14, both of Hayward. JOHNSON-MORK Paul S. Johnson, 23, Minnesota, and Marsha Mork, 21, Fremont. VILKINS-DIXON Edgar E. Vllklns, 19, and Corrine Dixon, II, both of Union City. CORR-GREER Kenneth J. Corr, 22, Aneheim, and Margo Greer, 22, Sen Lorenzo. RAMIREZ-PERFZ Jose G. Romlrez. , 20. end Emille Perez, 14, both of Hayward. EARLY-BANNON MARRIAGE LICENSES JOHNSON JR.-JELLMAN Roland E. Johnson Jr., 23, and Eva Heilman, 15, both of Oakland. MacNIECE-MacNIECE Wallace G. MacNiece, 57, and Alice MacNiece, 54, both of Hayward. KELSO-HAWES Duka A. Kelso, 11, Lompoc, and Vicki Hawes, 17, Union City. WASHBURN-RITCHIE John M. Wash-burh, 25, end Martha Ritchie, 21, both of Hayward. McDOUGALL-SEPEDA Daniel W.. McDougall, 22, San Leandro, and Ste-Dbania Sepeda, 17, Fremont. GRUBBS-PARK Richard N. Grubbs, 23, and Susan Park, 17, both of San Leandro. HESS-BOYD Gary A. Hess, 25, end Colleen Boyd, 23, both of San Lean-dro. GOWER-VALENCIA-Roval A. Gower, 35, and Joan Valencia, 25, both ot Hayward. PETERSEN-SILVER-Roger W. Petersen, 21, Livermore, and Donna Silver, 19, Hayward. O'NEIL-CODY Norman G. O'Nell, 25, and Mary Cody, 29, both of Fremont. SCHNIEPP JR.-BROUGHER Albert E. Schnleoo Jr. 21, Sen Leandro, end Linda Brougher, 22, Havwrd. MM.LER-PEREIRA Michael A. Miller, 20, end Teresa Pereira, 14, both of San Leendro. LEON E-ADAMS Steve R. Leone, 22, and Regina Adams, 20, both of Fre-. mont. TORREY-HANSON - Thornes F. Tor-rv, .72, and Louise Hanson, 19, both of Alameda. BURNS-BLEOSOE - Noel M. Burns, 32, Pinole, end Patricia Bledsoe, 34, Richmcxid. ADAIRBROWER - Jeffrey J. Adair, 23, beny, end Penelooa Brower, 24, DjVORCES FILED FSLkUENFELDER, Carolyn and Marc end Charles M. Jr. Judith L. and James C. T E S , N a n c v (( and Robert S. ronrPcr-r Gca',le P,'. and Bruce s-nn2cDDT,Si.usaJ and Ulvsses S. pPamR,R ?, chard G- and Marsha L.S. ELAM, Luc e and Louis S OUDSJRA Bcnn,e G a Jlp. FlfhPP ' u sfricl5, E- R- and AAelvIn G. tcDBDEEri 7tnr.y w- and Rhonda J. m. J?8'5''. A- nd Richard P. pCCA, Cynthia and Phillip M. L- end Clarice. SMtUELSON, Kathleen M. and David PFkpsnS'V' a? Geor A- wai vcSd0Nd' Susan " nd Jerald G. oppncEAR' ?ussel1 f nd Miriam R. REPOSA, Susan A. and Frederick R. Valle lo. BUSBEE-RYAN James T. Busbee, vf.mytvn, rhlflAHi . San Leandro. DORSE Y-WALLACE - Jerome L. Dor- FXl Christine Wallace, 1, . ... -- both o Oakland. uicrtii". ''" "v ne,wr William P. Early, MVFFMVuOLJLrISC5H4ON.VL Castro YV,1! ABril Bamon' JI Colh'chonn, 23j J Alamed? MOORFRirS'ihi!?jron and David Castro Valley, MILNER-RiDER Ronald E. Milner, 25, Y?ccR?', K?herlne end Russell and Jane Rider, 24, both of Berkeley. Jr. WHEZ. Raymond C. and Esfela A. M4tty(cE rLn nd Thomas E. IrVThc0ma A- nd Theresa E. nATR?VFfn L- end Clarence M. Bonwrf AJNh1T e nd Melvin R. BRUNEAU, Eugene L. and Sandra J. legal separations PUSSER, Portia and Gordon ANNULMENTS DINGMAN. James and Donne. INTERLOCUTORY decrees BURRIS' A lc,hPll,lBnd Menvenna Tdo'nede end John ft8rDRL?n.,e2d Frnk UrfG, peboreh and Eric GRONl FVS'i5Vrlv and Normn PFBoh?oYZ Ji Anr? and Eric hooped E;nt end Barbara posc'Z-f01 ,nd Nncl p2uEs'cveDln and Shlrev cowl fiYv,ccevrly nd Robert BEARrFn!Si Garya"d Kathryn RFnnPifc ?hod 4nd Michael VUtCKtMarlaand lugene ' HANSFuf-' iLTna and Marlon WSIuVr.Blne nd Irving be?,? 5PN' A,T' end Cyril S.1 5lc9;.'a.''0er9' end Herbert today and tomorrow 70s to low 80s. Low tonight In 50s. Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. afternoons. High today low tonight and high tomorrow at San Jose 74 , 58, 78, Hollister 74, 52, 78. Livermore Valley Fair through tomorrow but late night and morning low clouds. Little temperature change. Westerly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. after- noons. Diablo San Ramon and Moraga Valievs Fair through tomorrow exceot local night and morning low clouds. Little temperature change. High today and tomorrow low 70s to low 80s. Low tonight In 50s. Westerly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. afternoons. California Summary Low cloudiness with patchy fog blankets the coastal areas of the state with local drizzle reported. The low clouds extend into most all coastal valley areas and into the delta area. The ma- . .. . . rine layer Is very deep alonq the coast Contributions to the American Diabetic so that the cool air is spreading over Association preferred. most lower elevations of the coast range and the winds are now subsiding over the Sulsun Bay Area. Fair skies prevail elsewhere but the Sacramento radar picked up a few echoes of light rain showers southeast of Susanvllle early today. Low pressure Is centered In southern Nevada and a strong high pressure area over the North Pacific Is centered In the Southwestern gulf of Alaska which Is well north of Its usual position. This will maintain an onshore flow along the coast with a deep marine layer through tomorrow. Mostly cloudy skies In coastal sections with local niaht and early morning drizzle will break up somewhat along the northern coastal area tomorrow. Widely scattered thundershowers ran be expected through tonight over the mountains and northeastern California but will be mainly during the afternoon and evening hours. Fair skies will continue otherwise through tomorrow. Temperatures will be a little cooler over the mountains and most Inland' areas of Southern California today with little change Indicated elsewhere. Highs will be mostly In the upper 50s to mid 40s along the northern and central coastal areas and the 70s along the southern coast. The Sacramento Valiev will be in the mid 70s south to the mid or upper 80s north while the San Joaauin Valley will be in the 80s to low 90s. The desert area of Southern California will be in the mid 90s to near 105. Winds are expected to become strong and gusty over the Interior ot Southern California again today causing local blowing dust. Coastal winds will Increase slightly from the northwest also. Ackermann, Millie H. Beal, Emily Staley Bell, Rual William Cox, Herman -James Douahty, Arthur C. (Jack) Pscarten, Mina M. arrell, Robert F M.D. Gonzales, Eulalia B. Woodburn, Bonar ADAMS-ADKINS Jimmy W. Adams, 3, and Juanita Adkins, 35, both ot Fremont. MAYLAND-CHARETTE y Michael W. Mavland, 24. and Dana Ch arefte, 25, both of Fremont. REINA-BLECHA Joseph D. Relne, 23, and Patricia Blecha, 32, both of Hayward. PECKINPAUGH-COTTA Richard D. Pecklnoaugh, 42, and Nancy Cotta, 34. both ot Newark. PONGTORN-McCARTY Oanon Pont, tom, 30, and Eva McCarty, 20, both nf Oakland KNIGHT-HOFFMAN Kurt L. Knight, 75, and Anna Hoffman, 25, both ot Oakland. ALLARD-CATES David L. Allard, 19. and Carol Cates, 17, both ot San Leandro. STEVENSON SUDOS-Llovd D. Stevenson, 37. and Alary Sudds, 30, both of Oakland. WILLIS-MOORE John O. Willis, 43, San Leendro, and Dorothy Moore. 38, Oakland. QAMAR-KETTLER Anthony I. Gamer, 29. and Jean Ketller, 21. both of Berkeley. FLINT SMITH Lester R Flint. 40, Oakland, end Mar v Smith, 53, both of Alameda. FRYETT-WAAS-Jamet A. Fryeft, 20, and Peggy Waas, 20, both of Alameda. MARTINEZ-DIMAPA50C Felix O. Martinez, 19, and Christine Dlmeoe-soc, 14, both of San Francisco. DARCE Y-McA L 1ST E R Ronnie L. Dar-cev, 34, end Carolyn McAlister, 23, both of Castro Veliev. JONES JR.-GAINES Malcolm R Jones Jr., 23, end Sharon Games. 20. both of Oakland. ROVERE-BU ROE NO Michael D. Rovers, 21, Alameda, and Laurie Bur- deno, 18. Oakland. ' COKER MELETIOU Samuel E. Coker 31. Oakland, end Anne Meletlou. 25. San Pablo. , SOMMERS-MARELL Paul E. Sommers, 72, end Gayle Merell, X, both , ot Berkeley. . MULLEN-MORRISON Patrick J Mul-, len, 22, Oakland, and Betty Morrison, , 20, Castro Valley. , ,RUDF BUSCH-HATHAWAY Larry A. i Rudebusch, 22, end Eileen Hathaway, 71, both of Alameda. .ATTILKARSON Robert Attlll, 74, and . Cjvstal Carton. 29, both ot San Francisco. McCARTHY-MARTIN Patrick A. McCarthy 25. Hayward, and Maureen - Martin, 21, Oakland. LEASER-YOUNG John D. Leasae, 27, - and Jenet Youne, 21, both ot Oakland. KENNEDY-HATHAWAY John C. Ken- nady, 34, and Ronda Hathaway, 24, t bath of El Cerrito . BRAOT-HANSON Robert S. Bead!. 75, Alameda, and Roberta Henson, 24, Oakland i MARTIN-COOOY Glenn L. Martin. , - Oakland, and Cathy Coo&f, 19, Emer- - vviiia. HAMCYN-BRANHAM Bruce R. Hemic". 24, enq Berber Branham, 22, bath ot Berkeley. DEHART-LEE Larry E. Dehart 79, Richmond, end Claudie Lee. IT PF noe. t Lou'ert Servin lhe Br Arab 530-1000 RAY-RODADO Walker D. Ray, 38, and Carmen Rodado, 21, both ot Marshall. BRAMANTE-WILKINS Robert J. B reman te, 29, and Linda Wilkins, 25, both of Alameda. NULLE-URBAIN Richard Nulle, 33, and Monique Urbeln, 33, both of Oak-Iflnd, BlERLE IN-EGU Frtdrlck H. Bler-lein, 42. Berkeley, end Erne Egll, 34, San Frenosco. MAGILL-FRETZER - Tim V. Meglll. 19, and Sarah Prefzer, 20, both of Oakland. , HOLLAND UI-RHOMAS - Emmett E. Holland III. 19, and Dianna Rhomas, II. bom of Oakland. OAKLEY-GREEN Jamea M. Oakley, 29, Richmond, and Dorothy Green, 36, Oak'and. JENKINS-ROSS Ernest E. Jenkins, 21, and Marsha Ross, II, both of Oakland. JONES-SANCHEZ-Gregory T. Jones, 20, Hayward, and Barbara Sanchez, 20, Oakland. KING-CONKLIN Carl J Kino, 26, and Susan Conklin, 21, both of terra Linda. SUNG-CHU-Oscar A. Sung, 24, Albany, and Susan Chu. 25, Berkeley. SIOROIA m-HAROlO Michael Slor-d.a III, 21, Oakland, and Cynthia Harold, 19, Castro Valley. WOOD-KUZMICKY Rooer L. Wood, 36, Concord, and Suzanna Kuzmkky, 25. Castro Valiev. DUNN-BIRKENFELD Russell G. Dunn, 47, Pleasanton, and Marguerite Birkneid, 42, San Leandro, H'LLYER-KROHN Daniel R. Hlllyer, 20. and Deborah Krohn, 21, both or Havward. DIVORCES FILED McNAIR, Panny L and Charles E. ABREAU, Eivio J. and Barbara J. CHAVEZ, Eloise V. and Andrew A. CLIFFORD, Dolores A. and William E. BERGEN. Sandra A. and Daniel M. HILDRE TH. Edward W. and Nancy W. FELICIANO, Carmen G. and Rene V. GILLIES. Mary E. and Phllilo H. MOBLEY. Prltfles P. and Frenchell R. GiARRETTO. Reioh R. and Nadine J. HOYT, Michael and Frances WOODS, Gladys 2. and Harry H. SCHWARTZ Jeannie M. and Bernard G NEYES, Bruce D. Jr. and Carol A. CHAVEZ, Patricia J. and Reuben M. LUX, Ardeli B. and Joftn J. HILL. Heen L. and Tarry B. SCHNEIDER. Karyn M. and James M. DENNINGS, Sarah J. and Wevmen J. OFFNER, Sylvia M. and Theodore. BENSON, Yvonne A. and Robert N, PURSEL Heian G. and Marvm L CLYDE, Joan R. and John J. (annulment) MANNING, Jerl Ly and Robert J. CRAFT, Roberta A. and William E. WILSON, Marie and Maron. ATKINSON, Qrlllout and Ophetla. METALLINOS. Nikos and Dimitra CARSON, Arieeta J. and Edward B. ftATT, David fi and Mary A. GARFIELD. Franklin R and Lonnia E. MAES, Eiuvlna and Etov. FRANKLIN, Soohig M. and Lewis. (seo malrrt ) TUCKER, Oiennt A. and Joe B LUNDY, Robert L. and Katherln R. T PE ADAWAY, Carolyn S. and Henry. POTTS, Allan J. and Katnieen E IePEP, Dorothy S. and Frank M. MORENO. Pamela and John. GiLMQRE, Russell L. and Patrkla J BURTON, Janice C. end Wiley E. (annulment) REEVES, Sarah J. and William J. SMANKLr S, Audrey E. and Trovtt. WAOF. Patrkla S, and Edward R. (annulment) Hartley Brenda D. and Marion J JACKSON, Rtcbard H. and Barbara M. WILLIAMS. Deirdre M. and Roy G. fJONES. Hugh W. and La. Whe ELDON. Laura R. and Robert L. cJb. 15. o FiTrSu Ln'HHaro5 8nd E0I fiJCH, Betty end Willie SrJI0 tA',Do,: end Patricio king, Susie and Georoe WHITE, Cheryl .XfwSJd ciwyfcNt-,H2rvev ind Selly FINKLEA, Gladys and Andrew WOSLEY, HlidaVnS Rbfrew WEBSTER, Mildred and Willie JOHNSON. Sabina and Walter CUSUMANO, Natal and Gay ijHOUSE. Leroy and Corlyn. -ALLEN, Barbara and Richard y lLnLr o Z-. M rrn an1 JJse. rl?T',Lrdr,ck Cell. GOMEZ, John and Dorothy end Charles. ,7- La Verne and Steve. FIGUEROA, Anne end John. FINAL DECREES FtERNANDEZ, Beverly and Abet GG7I N, Nicholas and Maryanna .7M,ZaA A,n,hony ,nd Katherine SMITH, Doris and Kenneth SORUCO. Patricia end Antonio LINTON, Monte and Anthony HuARoBJ.TERFp,rlc'e end Robert SHIPMAN, Cynthia and David LE, My-Hoa and Quang PIERCE, Ivah and Gerald STEINHEBEL, Lyla and Susan MENDOZA, Marla and Henry SATARIANO, Nora and Larry, FRY, Deborah and John. YiLLAGOMEZ. Myrna and Jesse. DOLS, Jacouelvn and Charles. RAWER, Aaron and Debbie. BARRIE, Richard and Linda. POLASKI, Carole and Ronald. Contra Costa County MARRIAO LICENSES VALTAKtS-MENlLEY - Lawrence W. Veltakie, 22, Sen Pablo, and Brenda Hensley, 24, Richmond. FRANKS-PAROINI Robert G. Franks, 22. Richmond, and Lynnetta Pardlm, X. El Cerrito CMIAVOLA-MARJMALL Robert L. Chlavoia, X, San Pablo, and Patricia Marshall, 11, El Sobrante. WORTH-METCALF Robert W. Worth, 9, San Pablo, and Priscilla MtlcaH, 11- El Cerrlfo martinez-brown Rudoioh j. Martinez, 33. Richmond, and Pamela Brown 27, El Sobrentt. FLANAOAN-ODLE Oennls O. Flarus-oan, X, San Pablo, and Tertsa Odlt, 19, Ft Sobrknt STANBEKBY RANSOMMIchMl D stanberry, 23. and Gloria Ransom, X, both of San Pablo. GOR I A-SCALISE Dennis R. Gorla, 21, El Cerrito, and Antoinette Seattle. 19, Richmond. CAS TRO-BACAK Ernest Caitro, 17, and Mary Becak 15, both of Pittv buro MOORE-LINDSEY Donatd J Moore, X, Rodeo, and Beverly Lindsey, 24, Walnut Creek SAUTE R-SLUDER-John L. Sauter, 22, Alamo, end Judy Sluder, 17, Pleasant Mill STINNETT-LBE-Scott A. Stinnett, 20. Walnut Creek, end Debra Lee, t7, Martlnat AGNIW STROTHER Bruce W. Aonew. X. end Kathleen Strother t9, both ot Conrord PAOENOROYLE Michael D Paden, 19, Clayton, and Merlon O'Boyle. X, Anftoch KENNY LON-JoMrh L. Kenny .51, and Sylvia Lon, 37, both of Plea sent Hill. MAvPIELD-BOBBlTT Keith D, May. field, IK and Cheryl Bobbitt, (7, both of Concord OIBBONS-SCHEIDT-Oanlel i. Gibbons. 21, Concord, end Keren Scheldt II, PiHtNg. BRATCMER-BANKUS Kenneth G. Bratcher, 11, end Uorette Benku. IK both O Conrord HE AODINd-ST ROCKLAND Jehu M. Heeddino. 19, end Vicki llrtcklmd. 19, both ef P If t share , QUElAOA-CAtTlLLD-Victor Qiwsada, 21- end Gloria Castillo, , both ef PtfHburff W OOOM A N-M A RTIN Steven R. Wood-mAiemw and Denise Martin. TRE70NAURTIS Thomas P. T r o-rona. 71, Concord, end Sandra Curtis. 72, Wmut 0k. MC OCC JACKSON CMrttf B. MC GFE, 11, and Emma Jackson, 17. both of Antioch. DIVORCES RILED PORE, Vlrolnlo and PoWt. TWOMY, Karen M. and tdrromd P. PFLOMAN, Marla L. and Lesier E. 5 H F " a R O. Karen L. and Larry o. SRCNC1R, Kenneth C. and Emily. HAMMOND, Robert C. and Linde. OSTLUNO, Veierie O. and Ronald A. HAROIN, Shirley M. and Daniel R. 5ULLIN1. (etherlne A. and Leery S. FRITZ, Beity A and Herbert A. Legal ikraration DAVY, Nine J. and Wayne R. Card of Thanks ALAMEDA COUNTY HEART ASSN. gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts. Mall to office 4171 MacArthur Blvd. Oakland. 530-0400 or present at Crocker Bank, 1450 Broadway, Oakland CATHOLIC CHARITIES gratefully acknowledge memorial gifts, 433 Jefferson Street. Oakland, 134-5654. CITY OF HOPE dratefullv acknowledges contributions. 7874 Brookdale Ave., Oakland. Days 483-9440. Niuhts KE 3-8442. EASTER SEAL SOCIETY of Alameda County gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts. 2757 Telegraoh. Oak. 135-2131 UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY Alameda-Contra Costa Counties gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts. 1X4 Franklin S1 Oak. 832 X13 2144 N. Main, Walnut Creek. 939-8553 Fire Hits JFK Shooting Site DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-The Texas School Book Deposio-ry, Lee Harvey Oswads perch in the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, was damaged by fire today and authorities labeled it arson. National Summary Sunny over most of the nation, with some scattered showers and thunderstorms during the atemoon and ave -ning for most of he area from the plateau region to extreme southern New England and Florida. Continued hot end humid over much of the eastern third of the country. Cooler from the northern rockles to the central Diains and the central and soutnern plateau regions. LIVERMORE - Lt. Cmdr. Allan R. Smelley, 32, a physics researcher for the U.S. Navy at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory in Livermore, was found hanged to death in a room at the laboratory Tuesday. . A rope around his neck was looped over an overhead pipe and tied to a door, according to the Alameda County coroners office. Smelleys hands were loosely bound behind him with a stainless steel flat strap of the type used for electrical grounding, officials said. . - y Investigators at first sus- Memorial a Rites Monday For Rev. Bell Memorial services for Rev. Ansel Ogden Bell, former pastor of North Oakland Baptist Church, will he held at 11 a.m. Monday at the church, 32nd and 'Linden Streets. The Rev. Mi: Bell died at a convalescent hospital in Richmond at the age of 86. He retired in 1967 after serving 27 years as pastor of North Oakland Baptist. A native of Tennessee, the Rev. Mr. Bell moved to Montclair, N.J. when he was a child. He became a minister at the age of 18 and later served the St. Paul Baptist Church in Montclair. He came to Oakland in 1938. Among the many offices held by the Rev. Mr. Bell were moderator of the St. J o h n s Association of the Northern California Housing Committee of the Oakland Council of Churches, chairman of the California Baptist State convention Home Mission Board and treasurer of the California State Sunday-School Alliance. There are no known survivors. Fouches Hudson Funeral Home is directing the arrang-ments. pected foul play but yesterday - said there was every indication that the death was a suicide. No suicide note was found, however. A co-worker told investigators that Smelley had beenl unhappy because an experiment on which he had been working had not been going well. ' Smelley was bom in Camden, Tex., and was graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1963. Six years later he received a masters degree in physics from a Naval postgraduate school. He served with the U.S. Navy in Vietnam, commanding a division of river patrol boats from November of 1969 until June of 1970. He went on some 50 combat missions and received the Bronze Star. He came to. Livermore in November of 1970 with his wife, Linda, and their two children. Clarification Of Names in Arrest Story A story in the Tribune on June 22 reported the arrest of five1 persons in an Oakland narcotics raid. The story listed among those arrested and charged with one count of the sale of heroin, Patricia Richards, 23. Apparently, some readers mistakenly believed that this name referred to Patricia J. Richards, 24, of 938 56th St. In fact, however, the suspect was Patricia Ann Richards, 23, of 4520 San Carlos Ave. The Tribune regrets any embarrassment the confusion over names may have caused Patricia J. Richards. Temperatures Investigators said gasoline cans were found m three floors of the seven-story building and gaosline had been poured throughout the brick and wood structure. Damage was confined to the upper three floors. The effect on the sixth floor room from which the shots that killed Kennedy were fired was not determined at once. Ship Movements today SCHEDULED ARRIVALS SotXict to ctwinoo without notice AMERICAN FALCON, S an Oleoo, OAT. HAWAIIAN ENTERPRISE Loi Aoe-le, Mfttson-D. JAPAN BEAR, San Dieoo, 96-S. MADAME BUTTERFLY, Long Baach, A-7 0600 to Parr-3. PHILLIPS CALIFORNIA, Portland, Avon PRFSIDENT VAN BUREN, Los Angeles, 90 PUBYTONE, Loe Angeles, Grove. ST. CONSTANTINE, Lo Angele, 48-A SANTA MARIA, Tacoma, 32. SANTA PAULA, Port San Lul, Oleum. TEXACO NEW JERSEY, Anacorte, Martinez. WIRTA, Lo Angeles, 27. SCHEDULED DEPARTURES Subject to chanoe without notice. BONNY Dumal, RLW No. 4. JAMES, Far East, Port Chicago NFVADA STANDARD Estero, RLQ No. PRESIDENT LINCOLN, Inchon, 90-B1 RUBY5TONE. Portland. 50. SANSINFNA II. Orlt River, Oleum. STATE OF MYSORE, Sinoaoore, Parr-4. TRAVIATA, Manila, 49-B. TOMORROW SCHEDULED ARRIVALS Subject to Chang without notice. ALESSANDER AGGASSIZ, San Ditgo, 45 B ASTRID BAKKE, Lo$ AngeM. 50 CALIFORNIAN Honolulu, Matson-D. COPPFQ TATF. pgun, OAT CATAWBA FORO. Los Anoetev Marti-nz. GRETHE REITH, Lot Angeles. 27. HOcG HFLITE Eureka. Grove. JARL R. TRAPP, Japan, 9tb A venue. MASSIMINO D'AMICO, Lo Angeles ? 19 SUECIA, Wilmington Richmond Ind. Perk TRANSCHAMPLAIN, Honolulu Seafrain Terminal. SCHEDULED DEPARTURES Subject to chanoe without notice. NASUGBU, Mexico, Storlrton. PRESIDENT VAN BUREN, Yokohema, RIO PARANA, Columbia River, 19. SANTA PAULA, Portland. Oleum. SUCIA, Seam, R I P. Richmond. TEXAco NEW JERSEY Lot Angele, Martinez. TRANSCOLORADO, Far Eat, Port Chicago. BAY AREA Hayward Concord Danville Fremont Livermore Martinez Mt. Diablo Oakland CALIFORNIA Bakersfield Fresno Los Angeles Needles Plm Springs Paso Rob es NATIONAL Albany NY AlboQueroue Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Chrleston SC Chrlston WV Chrlotte NC Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus O Dl Ft Worth Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Great Falls Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jckson Miss Jacksonville Juneau CANAOA Calgary Edmonton Montreal Ottawa Services for Cloyd Avery Tomorrow 44 54 Orinda 74 57 PittsOuro 74 t6 Pleasanton 74 58 Richmond 74 43 Sn Frncisco 76 56 Wlnut Creek 72 50 San Jose 64 57 Moffett Fid 92 62 Red Bluff 90 58 Sacramento 77 66 Salinas 111 83 San Diego 72 57 Santa Barbr 72 57 Thermal 91 69 Kansas City 89 65 Las Vegas 87 66 Little Rock 54 53 Louisville 85 65 Memohis 87 68 Miami Bectl 92 67 Midland Tex 73 47 Milwaukee 73 44 Mols St Paul 84 66 New Orleans 89 74 New York 88 71 No Platte 89 69 Oklhom City 97 68 Omaha 87 68 Orlando 78 73 Philadelphia 92 72 Phoenix 87 72 Pittsburgh 85 67 Porland Me 94 73 Portlnd Ore 95 59 Raleigh 87 74 Raoid City 86 67 Reno 72 61 Richmond 87 67 St. Louis 67 54 St Prbg T mo 83 53 Sit Lke City 57 49 San Jun PR 55 46 St Ste Marie 18 75 Seattle 87 74 Shrevcoort 91 73 Sookane 95 73 Tucson 84 72 Wichita 73 47 76 55 71 56 79 62 65 58 62 57 68 59 74 58 63 59 85 59 79 56 66 58 76 68 71 61 103 73 71 35 M 67 61 46 77 55 91 73 84 75 91 77 93 79 17 71 84 44 88 79 43 41 Regina 48 43 Toronto 85 44 Winnloeg 84 44 Vancouver PAN AMERICAN Acaoulco 90 77 Monterrey Barbados 84 77 Nassau Cullacan 90 77 San Jun PR Havana 84 77 St Croix VI Hermoslllo 100 77 St Kitts Kingston 88 77 Tegucigalpa Mexico City 75 55 Vera Cruz INTERNATIONAL Aberdeen midnight, 54; Amsterdam 1 a m 70; Ankara 3 a m.. X; Athens 2 e m 75; Auckland noon, 55; Berlin I e m., 48; Birmingham midnight, 59; Brussels 1 a m 70; Cairo 2 a.m., 72; Casablanca midnight, 68; Cooenhaoen I am., 64; Dublin midnight, 61; Geneva 1 a m 63; Hong Kong I a.m., II; Lisbon midnight. 64, London midnight, 6); Madrid I a m 61; Malta 1 a m., 72; Manila I a.m . 73 Moscow a.m., 88; Nice I a m X; Oslo I a.m., 66; Paris 1 a.m., 72; Peking I a.m 75; Roma 1 a m 70; Saigon I a.m., X; Sofia 7 a m 43; Stockholm t a m., 44; Sydney 10 am., 55; Tat Aviv 2 a.m:, 77; tokyo 9 a.m.. It; Tunis 1 am.. 44; Vltnna 1 a m 44; Warsaw 1 a.m., 41. Precipitation Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Cloyd L. Avery, a vocational and academic educator for the State Department of Corrections for 25 years, who died yesterday. He was 61. A native of Michigan, Mr. 90 74 Avery came to California at 47 77 the age of 10. He received his 2 75 bachelor's degree from Pacif-g ic Union College in Angwin. $ Mr. Avery also did extensive lj graduate work at the Univer- sity of California, Berkeley. Mr Avery vt a u g h t woodworking at the Berkeley Adult Education School for 14 years. He also taught education at UCLA for many years. A vocational instructor at San Quentin Prison for 20 years he also served as superintendent of education at California Institute For Men at J8 Chino for the last two years. He retired last June. A resident of El Cerrito for over 35 years, Mr .Avery was a long time member of the California State Employees Association and the Association of California School Administrators. He was also a member of the Grand Avenue Seventh Day Adventist Church of Oakland. Mr. Avery is survived by his wife Hazel of the family home a daughter Mrs. Be-thene I. Avery of Bakersfield and two grandsons. Services will be held at Sunset View Mortuary Chapel, Colusa and Fairmount, Avenues, El Cerrito at 11 a.m. The Day in Sacramento By The Associated Press A Summary of Major Action THE ASSEMBLY No maior action. THE SENATE Bills Passed Siting Would create the Electrical Power Facilities Siting council to regulate location of thermal oowerglants and electrical transmission lines; SB1310, Alauist, D-San Jose: 22-13, to Assembly. Horaeraclng Would exempt harness racing at Cal Exoo from license fee requirements and deductions from oarlmutual betting pool; would reouire that money to be paid Into a special fund to be used for the California State Fair and Exposition; SB 336, Short, D-Stockton; 27-6, to Assembly. Mentally gifted Would boost state aid to school districts for soecial proprams for mentally gifted minors; SB 364, Burbenan, R-San Diego; 30-0, to Assembly. BART Would enable directors of the Bay Area Rapid Transit District to buy 135 million worth of raod transit cars from the Rohr Coro, without bidding on grounds ft would be a cost advantage to the district. SB 1312, Alou-Ist, D-San Jose; 2S-5, to Assembly. U.S. Vote Affects All -Reagan . DUBLIN (AP Gov. Ronald Reagan of California declared last night the outcome of next falls U.S. presidential election will affect the world for 1,000 years to come. A race between Sen., George McGovern and President Nixon presents U.S. voters with a choice between giving more power to government or more freedom to the in vivf dual citizen, Reagan told ' a U.S. Chamber of Commerce dinner in Dublin. Reagan,, winding up a six-nation European tour as Icon's envoy, declared: Giving more power to the government is not the answer. Free enterprise contains the elements of freedom. He was sniping at McGoverns premises to revise tax laws for revenue to improve welfare and social programs. -Reagan, who made no meii-tion of the Northern Irelgnjl conflict, earlier ran into picketing from two groups outside his hotel in central Dublin. ; First, placard-carrying demonstrators protesting the Vietnam war grouped outside the building. Reagan quipped as he saw them that he was grateful for the warmth of thb Irish welcome but there wak no need to go to the trouble df putting on d picket. Later, members of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the Provisional wing of the Irish Republican Army, picketed the hotel protesting Reagans criticism of Sen. Edward Ken- nedys stand on the Northerp Ireland crisis. ; A spokesman said the picte-ters were also protesting the imprisonment of members of the Irish Northern Aid Society in Fort Worth, Tex., and Nixons anti-Irish position. Reagan said when he arrived Tuesday that he considered Kennedys call for ILS. mediation in the crisis unseemly. , - The 61-year-old governor heads today for Dromolaod Castle, a luxury hotel near Shannon Airport. He is to fly back to the United States dh Friday. "I Mrs. Eugenia Jackson Private services were held in Laguna Hills for Mrs. Eugenia Schmidt Elson Jackson,, retired Berkeley educator, who died in the Southern California city at age 79. 3 Mrs. Jackson, a native 3f Iowa, was graduated froSt Benicia High School and took her teacher training at Sap Francisco State Normal Sclool. She began her long teaching and supervisory careerjn Berkeley schools in 1919. She served as principal of both Hillside and LeConte Schools, retiring in 1948. : TODAYS CROSSWORD 91 59 91 72 88 73 IS 74 93 71 104 81 87 48 49 44 84 59 19 49 74 47 88 58 90 72 93 74 89 74 92 45 91 71 It 44 87 57 95 71 77 53 ACROSS 1 Robes 5 Strength 10 Cheese 14 Tender 15 French rule 16 Pert 17 Famous owner of a bed 19 Jacket 20 Gentlemen be 21 Drinks 23 Cokes. down South 25 Gait 26 Adit 29 Throat lo7enge 33 Through: pref. 34 Looks over 36 Comerer 37 now! 39 Muse 41 Beasts friends 42 More skillful 44 Music graph 46 Owns 47 Musical group 49 Tire out 51 Zeus spouse . 53 Test 54 Former bachelor Solution to Ysttfd,y's Puzzle 58 Move down 61 Hebrew measure 62 Love of wisdom 64 Italian money 65 Preterrd 66 Acidulous 67 Walked 68 Worn away 69 Rim DOWN 1 Serpents 2 Legends 3 Furs . 4 Division ' 5 Carefulness 6 Masonic auxiliary; ahbr. 7 Lbs., ozs., etc. 8 Choose 9 Spa 10 Builders 11 How - the busy little bee . . ." 12 Medicinal herb 13 - Sana in compor sarto 18 Feast: Fr. 22 Legal wrong 24 Cicatrices 26 Sagas 27 Proud mother 28 Growing out 30 Squid, e g. 31 Tom 32 Wipe out 35 Prefix con or! in with : 38 Tied 40 Cooked too much 43 Rush 45 Amerinds 48 Long hit 2 50 Go away!: var. 52 Bad tooth 54 A - out of the blue 55 Moslem prince 56 Ancient fiddler, modern pianist 57 Broz 59 Ruffian 60 Jan 63 Alamos 770772 National: Ancbwaoe .15; Asheville, .10; Atlanta, .05; Birmingham, .03; Bli-mark, .02; Columbus, .10; Des Moines, .39, Duluth, .08; E IPeso. .31; F,lr-banks, .01; Fargo, .11; Greet falls, 0 5; Houston, .11; Jackson, Miss., .58; Jacksonville, .09; Kansas Cltv. .04; Little Rock, .03; Milwaukee. .05; Minn. St. Paul. 51; New Orleans, .01; North Platte, .111 Orlando, .19; Pittsburgh, .33; Portland, Me., .13; Tampa, .50; Ste. Marie, .01. Canada: Calgary, Mi Montreal, .0 Winnipeg. 58. Pen American; Barbados, .02 f Mexico Cltv, .15; Kitts. .01. ANGLERS' TIDE TABLE July Pacific DavllfM ievtne Thu Jvijlw, rites 4 81 a.m. Sue sets I N p.m. Meea rises 4:11 p.m. Mote July 11 8m rises 44 e.m. (up sett 1:17 p.m. Mae rites I K p.m. Mee sets 1:41 p.m. Victor M. Secchi CONCORD Victor M. Secchi, 84, retired city mainte-nance superintendent, died Tuesday in Walnut Creek hospital Mr. Secchi, born In Genoa, Italy, moved here 65 years ago. He was a veteran of World War I. lie leaves his wife, Angela; a daughter, Mrs. Lillian Mor-at; two sons, Mario and George; a sister, Mrs. Jennie De Martini; four grandchildren, all of Concord. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Bryant-Lough chapel followed by Redmen and Druid fraternal rites. Requiem Mass Is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in Queen of All Saints Church. 7237Z J - I

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