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24-E iklanbillribune Sat.) Oct. 28, 1972 Funeral Notices U.C. Historian R. J. Sontag Dies LAKE, Angle of Oakland October 26.

1972, beloved wife of Herman take; lovlno sister of John Wallace and Lethe Maver of Colorado; also survived by nieces and nephews. A native of Iowa; aged 56 years. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of PETERSON, Rudolph In Oakland, Oe-CHARLES P. BANNON. 6800 E.

14th totter 26, 1972, beloved husband of Anne Oakland, on Monday momlno, Oc- M. Peterson; loving brother of Carl tober 30, at 8:30 a.m., thence to St. Peterson and Edith Burns and the late Bernard's Church for a Mass of tha Ethel Neelv; uncle of R.H. Neely. A Resurrection, Commencing at 9.

Inter native of Illinois; aged 67 years, ment. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hay- Friends are invited to attend funeral ward. Recitation -of the Rosary Sunday service Saturday, October 28, at 10:30 evening, 7 p.m. (For further Irrforma- a.m. from the Frultvale Chapel of tha tlon, please call 632-1011) CLARENCE N.

COOPER MORTUARY, cent to etiapel). Per furitier Information pleas cll SM114. CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY STEPHENS, Mry Mae, In Oakland, Oc tober 20, 1.72, wtfa of to lit Thefmen C. Steohene, lvm motoer of Therman SteoNem, lovtnp alstar of Emily Ferreira, Ftoranc Alvoa, Lucille erooxs, Ernest and Georg.

Rgo, also survived by many nieces and nephew and three greet-Mcca. A native of Hawaii; freed ynrs. Friend invited to attend torvlea from th E.st Oakland Chapel Monday, October Wh, at a.m. toeno to St. Anthony's Church, 110 East ISto St, where a Rtoulom Mas will be ctie-brated for the repose her eoul commencing at .:30 a.m, Raeftotlan of 1h Rosary Sunday 7:30 o.m.

Interment Holy SetxXchr Cemetory. 1580 Frultvale Ave. Oakland, Rev. Aa. ron Plueeer officiating.

Interment Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. (Parking area adjacent to Chapel). For further Information pleas CAttINELLA, Karin Mari, In Martinet, COOPER--MORTUARY-mother of RusmII Caulnell Jr. of Ooar Utter of Mrs. Eunice Cold Front-From Canada: A broad cold front from Canada continued to move across -the middle half of the nation yesterday while it rained throughout much of the East (AP) Weather Forecast lips? loving father of Mrs.

Rorehce P. Undo, Albert Phillips, George Phillips, William Phillips and the late Lucille B. Phillips; loving brother of lata Manuel Phillips ef Turlock also sur- of Mildred, Marl and Frances Phil- llos. A native of Oakland; agad S3 years. A retired employe of the East Bay Municipal Utility District, her of A men Roma Portugal Circle No.

78 and Druids Grova. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of CHARLES P. BANNON, 6800 E. 14th St, Oakland, on Monday morning. October 30 at 9 a thence te St.

Elizabeth's Church. 1500 34th Oakland, for a Requiem Mass commencing at 9:30. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary, Sunday evening, 7 p.m.

(For further Information, please call 632-1011) sheer, Edward, In San Fable, October Catholic Commission for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, and was a member the board of directors of Oaklands College' of th Holy Names. He was born in was a lieutenant in the Army infantry in 1918, earned two -degrees at the University of Illinois and received his docto-rate at the University of Pennsylvania. He taught for a year at the University of Iowa, then for 17 years at Princeton University, where he became chairman of the history department He was a member of the American Historical Society, New York City's Council on Foreign Relations, the American Philosophical Society and held three honorary degrees. Surviving are three sons, John of Berkeley, William of Sacramento and James of Hayward; a daughter, Mrs. Mary A.

Johnson of Amsterdam, N.Y., and 16 grandchildren. te A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in Holy Spirit Church at New-Hall, Dwight Way and College Avenue. The Rosary will be recited at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Bayview Chapel, 2414 Grove Berkeley.

The family prefers contributions to the Hanna Center for Boys or the Memorial Fund of the College of the Holy Names. BERKELEY Raymond J. Sontag, a widely-known historian who' taught for many years at the University of California herepdied yesterday at his home at the age of 75. Prof, Sontag held the title of Sidney Heilman Ehrman Professor of European History at U.C. al the timehe retired in and1 had servedf as' professor emeritus since then.

He joined the U.C. faculty in 1931 and bechme one of the universitys best-known and most widely respected teachers. He took a leave from the university from 1946 to 1949 to work for the State Department as head of the American section of the German War Documents Project. That project Involved gathering, microfilming and editing captured documents on Nazi Germany foreign policy. Prof.

Sontag was associated in this work with British historian John W. Wheeler-Bennett. The project resulted in a book he co-authored with J.S. Bed-die entited Nazi-Soviet Relations," dealing with the 193941 period before Germany invaded Russia. Prof.

Sontags most recent book, published last year, was A Broken World, a synthesis of social, cultural, diplomatic and political factors between the two world wars. Re also wTote riyo other boo and co-authored a third. was a devout Roman on the wotoer to itor tor much of toe notion. However mostly cloudy or) wet condition ere on top tor to extreme norm western portion of to country and mucts of to eastern third. And cooler or col der weather I exoected from Texes to to Dakota and to uoor Greet Lakes reel on.

Elsewhere ilttl In th way of stoniflcaot or ec toltstlon or temperature chanees art forecast. A cold front will extend from low over eastern Pennsylvania alone to Atlantic saapoar states and across northern Florid. Artothr cold front will ourv from western Lax Erl ecross central Arkansas and continue through southeastern Texes. warm front will cut across eastern sections of Colorado and Wyoming and continue through entrl Montana. A cold front will stretch across western Montana, nortowasftm Nevada and torouoh northern California.

Highs will located over southwestern Iowa and Utah. Jdpht. Colder tomorrow. Low and high tomorrow at Susenville and 45. Northwestern California: Increasing cloudiness tonight.

Mostly cloudy tonight with Intermittent rain In the north and scattered showers elsewhere. Clearing tomorrow after morning showers. Lew and high tomorrow at Ukiah 47 and 62, Fort Bragg 47 and 57. HEART ASSN. Mount Shasta-Siskiyag Areas Incrtes-; memorial Ing cloudiness tonight.

Snow likely at Sifts. Mall to office am MacArthur time above 4,000 feet and rain at ivd. Oakland, 5304)400 or present at lower elevations. Clearing tomorrow Crocker Bank, 1450 Broadway, Oakland, but chance of rain or snow showers. Colder.

Low and high tomorrow at CATHOLIC CHARITIES gratefully ae Shasta Dam 40 and 48. knowledge memorial gifts, 433 Jefferson San Joaguin Valley: Fair tonight ex-Street, Oakland, 834-5656. cent patches of morning fog. Partly iRBcuicki cloudy tomorrow. Slightly cooler to- tonir Jrf'wiSrClTY OF HOPE gratefully acknowledges Low tomorrow In the 40sto wrde' or contribution, vh BrooW.I A Oak- In to.

mid 0 -DorottfP Sorensen and Alfred Wiegarctt Nertheastara California; at times tomorrow. Nerthecn in, Central Cetltomlet In- Precipitation NATIONAL Albuouerouo W.Ashevella Mi Atlanta ZOO; Billings JK; Birmingham 1.04; Bismarck Charleston, SC Charleston, WV. Charlotte Chicago Clncln-Mtl jl4; Columbia Dal Ft. Worth Ml Davton Helena Honoullu Indlanapollc Jackson Ml. Jacksonville Little Rock 1.30; Louisville Memphis t.14; Nashville Mi New Orleans 2.63; Phoenix St.

Louis Seeftle Mi Shreveport Sookan CANADA Winnipeg Vancouver ftsSss CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY, 1 58 0 Frultvale Oakland, Rev. Homer Richardson and Oakland Post No. 7 DAV offlqatlng. Internment Evergreen (Parking area adia Statistics Burn Victim Says It Was Accidental RAYMOND J- SONTAG Famed historian Catholic and a prominent Catholic layman.

In 1962, Bishop Floyd Begin of the Archdiocese of Oakland bestowed him the Papal honor of Knight of St. Gregory. Prof. Sontag was an active supporter U.C.-Berkeleys Newman Club, a Catholic student organization, and was a member of the Serra Club, composed of Catholic professional laymen. He and his wife were instrumental in starting work of the Catholic Inter-acial Council in Oakland.

He also was active in the Nance Blomberg SAN LEANDRO A Requiem Low Mass was to be said here today for Mrs. Nance S. Blomberg, a onetime deputy matron for the Alameda County sheriffs department, who died Thursday at San Leandro Memorial Hospital. She was 85. Mrs.

Blomberg served as a deputy matron for 23 years before retiring in 1952. She was born in Antioch and was a member of the Alameda County Sheriffs Association, the Alameda County Employes Association, the Confraternity of the Church of the Assumption here, and the Young Ladies Institute of St. Leanders Church here. Surviving are a son, Thomas, of Culver City; a sister, Mrs. Catherine Bates of San Leandro, and two grandchildren.

The Requiem Low Mass was to be said at 9:30 a.m. today at the Church of the Assumption, 1100 Fulton St. Luther M. Hudson Services will be hjgd in Los Angeles Wednesdagyr Luther M. Hudson, owner and direc-t of the Hudson Funeral Home here for many years, who died in Los Angeles Wednesday at the age of 89.

The mortuary was located at 8th and Myrtle Streets here when Mr. Hudson directed it. Now known as Fouches Hudson Funeral Home, it is at 3665 Telegraph Ave. Mr. Hudson was a native of Kansas City, and had lived in Los Angeles for the last 29 years.

He assisted in founding the Golden State Insurance Co. and was a member of its board of directors at the time of his death. He was a member of Good Hope Lodge 29, A.M.; Surviving is his wife, Annette. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Angeles Funeral Home Chapel, 3875 South Crenshaw Los Angeles.

-Adolfo industrialist Maserati production tourism was Wells of deer adnt cilttora Walls of Lodi, Marilyn Grtffina Acenv oo and Maxine Price of Shelling. A native of Carson City, Nevada; aged 76 years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Monday October 30, et 10:30 a.m. COOPER'S CHAPEL, 1580 Frultvale Ave. Rev.

Ferdinand Saunders officiating. En- tombment. Evergreen Mausoleum. Merced (For further Information, please caJI 533-4114) CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY HARTSOUGH, Irva Gertrude, at rest, October 27th, 1972, deerly beloved wife of Donald A.

Hartsoughx dear sister of Raymond Charles Johns of Fresno; also survived bv two nieces and a nephew. A native of South Dakota; aged 57 years. Friends are Invited to attend the services Monday, October 30th, at 9.30 a m. at the NEW COLONIAL CHAPEL. 2626 High Oakland.

Interment Bel- most Memorial Park, Fresno. (Phone 536-5454). H6RTLE, Vied at rest in Menlo Park, Octooer 26, 1972, wife of Henry C. Hertle of Mnlo Park. A native of California; aged 74 years.

Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Saturday, October 28th, 1972, at the Chapel of ROLLER HAPGOOD, 966 Middlefieid Palo Alto. Inurnment Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. Contributions to favorite charity prsterred. OLACHEA, Ernestine in San Leandro, October 25, 1972, beloved wife of Luis E. Oiachea; loving daughter of Feilpa Zarate; dear mother of Michael.

John, Maurice and Louis Olachaa; loving sister of Arthur Zarate, Candldo Cota, Mrs. Frank Moreno and Mrs. William Wolf; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Friends are Invited to attend services Monday, October 30th at St. Leander's Church, 550 West Estudlllo San Leandro, for a Requiem Mass commencing at 10 a.m.

Recitation of the Rosary Sunday, 8 p.m. at the East Alameda County MARRIAGE LICENSES Gnerra-Gonzalez: Joaquin, 23, Oakland, and Aracely, 21, Alameda. Rejola-Villegas: James, 18, and Rosemary, 20, both Oakland. Johnson-Elphick: James, 3 6 and Mary, 38, both Berkeley. Blake, George, 21, and Gaire, 24, both Oakland.

Townsend-Sallni Petrus, 3 9 Berkeley, and Gina, 46, San Xorenzo. -I--1 Lannoye-Carey: Lee, 33, and Cheryl, 25, both Oakland. Phlllips-Lamb: Douglas, 2 4 and Collette, 20, both Oak-i land. Naraghi-Campbell Bahman, 32, San Leandro, and Donna, 27, Alameda. Huckaby-Moore: Dewayne, 25, and Patricia, 27, both Berkeley.

Marc, 24, and Kara Alexandra, 18, both Berkeley. Hardesty-Gilmour: James, 27, and Margaret, 22, both Oakland. Kuel-Boyd: Robert, 2 2 and Kathleen, 21, both Oakland. Rogers-Jones: James, 20, and Whaneta, 20, both Oakland. Gofsteln-Tabagon: Shelley, 23, Oakland, and Vilette, 19, Lathrop.

Vaubel-Peacock: Rex, 26, and Elizabeth, 27, both Berkeley. Spencer-Holmes: Robert, 2 9 Oakland, and Gloria, 25, Berkeley. Martinez-Laschotz: Steven, 20, and Judith, 16, both San Leandro. Willi ams-Stamps: Oliver, 57, and Bertha, 51, both Oakland. Dishman-HoefUn: Donald, 23, Oakland, and Peggy, 17, feacock-Vessel: Edward, 20, and Rueta, 15, both Hayward.

Mandllas-Samuels: Carlos, 22, and Jean, 20, both Berkeley. Anaya-Clark: Mark, 2 1 and Nancy, 23, both San Leandro. Anderson-Bamey: Steven, 26, and Jacqueline, 21, both Fremont. Browm-Rodriguez: Harold, 30, and Betty, 20, both Castro Valley. McNabb-Orr: Rickey, 20, and Linda, 20, both Fremont.

Monis-Mortensen: Stephen, 2 7 and Pamela, 20, both ANGLERS' Pacific DyliM October Hih Lew Vital Grant miLLER "MoRTUARfES 2372 East 14th St Oakland STOKES, Ooorw Henry, Fremont, Oc 1 rSp f.TTKF iIvd Tefnpi WtV, Fratnom, 7t7-1TO. CHAPTSeROTr'SSrTUAY Francis G. Rosa, Director r- TWlElltabfhlnlrktew(Ocre: ber 26, 1972, deeriy beloved wife of John Stone; beloved mother of Katharine Bell of Santa Monica and Ward H. Stone of San Ramon; also survived bv four grandchildren. A native of Iowa; agad 06 veers.

A member of First Congregational Church of Berkt lev and Northbrae Womens Club. Friends are Invited to attend mgrrwrt- ah 3 tra Co, Counties and R.D. A- joctotloo. gratefully acknewledg mmO- 'i 1537 Wbstor 0klntf 105 Astrld Dr. PImmiH HIM ,354472 Galarsa, Linda and Dennis.

Carte, Barbara and George. Franco, Joyce and Julian. Pupillo, Nancy and John. Fordyce, Yetta and Kenneth. Maroney, Anner and Melvin.

Glaser, Edith and Edwin. Case, Marilyn and Aniello. Godfrey, Lillian and Ernest. Buder, Susan and Norman. Turner, Tommie and Maxine.

Williams, Beverly and Roosevelt. Rainey, Roger and Janet. Barton, Leonard and Marilyn Decrees Aruda, Susan and Raymond. Anderson, Carol and Roy. Ross, Susan and Robert.

Campbell, Valerie and Donald. Murphy, Jacqueline and William. Jackson, Joseph and Fazie. Cooks, Raymond and Dorothy. Stovall, Lillie and David.

Scragg, Jacqueline and Greg. Robinson, Cheryl and Prince. Tye, Hazel and Charles. Grimes, Paulette and Richard. Kell, Patricia and Scott Dederick, Dennis and Honey.

Blake, George and Sheila. Pollock, Donald and Ruby. Meeks, William and PLamela. Popp, Dorothy and Mark. Contra Costa County MARRIAGE LICENSES Warawa-Danielson: A i 22, New Westminster, B.C., Canada, and Diane, 20, Concord.

Day-Sadek: David, 17, and Catherine, 17, both Rio Linda, Calif. Ivy-Riebe: Wayne, 41, and Linda, 31, both Concord. Thrush-Girard: Roger, 26, and Susan, 24, both Camas Valley, Ore. Ryan-Zack: Larry, 18, Turlock, and Dana, 19, Concord. Salve-Mathews: Kenneth, 2 5 and Priscilla, 25, both Lafayette.

Sims-Kuhn: Michael, 18, and Sheryl, 18, both Pleasant Hills Livland-Shadnra: Harold, 5 4 and Leda, 52, both San Ramon. Anthony-Rossman: Donald, 38, North Hollywood, and Arlene, 36, Moraga. Alfaro-Grljalva: George, 22, and Leaner, 18, Pittsburg. Wilaby-Ramun: Marc, 24, and Patricia, 21, both Martinez. Greenfleld-Ferguson: George, 24, Provo, Utah, and Gad, 23, Pleasant Hill.

Thds-Hanes: James, 28, Walnut Creek, and Linda, 23, Danville. Feskett-Turrln: Douglas, 19, and Cheryl 20, both Concord. McPberson-Larldn: Michael, 25, and Mary, 33, both Concord. Geldermann-Fowler: James, 27, and Wendy, 22, both San Ramon. Overall-Burnett: Bill, 37, and Sandra, 28 both Walnut Creek.

Soukup-Gulney: Roderick, 36, Creek. and Mary, 32, both Walnut Creek. Quinones-Garecht: Anthony, 22, and Cynthia, 20, both Danville. DIVORCES FILED Perry, Richard and Joanne. 'Foltz, Marie and Kenneth.

Prophet, Dora and Leo. Bay Area; Fair through this evening then Increasing cloudiness Mostly cloudy tonight with chance of showers. Clegrtng tomorrow after chance of showers In the morning. Low tempera-Mures in the upoer 40s to mid 50s. High iid 6fe.

Chance SSS3 wSSiS Snow likely all mountain areas above TOW rw Cant rim vllw pa Santa Clara Valley: Fair tonight ax caot fog or low cloudiness forming. Mostly cloudy but aoma sunshfna llkoly afternoon. Chance ghowert aariy tomorrow then clevfng. Slightly cooler. Low in 50a.

High tomorrow In 60s. Westerly wind 10 to m.D.h. Lew and high tomorrow at San Jose 55 and 62; Hollister 50 and 64. Llvarmora Valley: Pair tonight ex-50 too, or low cloudiness forming. Mostly cloudy but some sunshkie likeiy afternoon.

Chance of showers early tomorrow then clearing. Slightly cooler. Low and high at Livermore 4 and 65. Southwest wind 10 to 70 m.p h. Oiabto San Ramon and Moraga Vat-toys: Fair tonight except patches morning fog or low clouds.

Increasing cloudiness then chance showers tote tonight through tomorrow morning. Clearing tonwrew. Sflottov cower. Low In 50. Hgh tomorrow In 60s.

Wbst to southwest wind 10 to m.p.h. Californians mm ary One of toe colder elr mane of to kl over to Gulf of Alaska and starting southeast. It will mead snow southeastward through mountain ars as far south a Lako Tahoe area. And over toe remainder of to Sierra Nevada tomorrow. Snow level will lower to 4000 toot In northern California and 6000 feet In central California.

Rain IS expected over nortowetm California. A chance of showers Is seen for section to to south tomorrow. National Summary Partly cloudy end mild or wanner Stolte Wins Mt. Diablo Hospital Job CONCORD Directors of the Mt. Diablo Hospital have declared Stolte of Oakland, the low bidder for construction of the institutions multimillion dollar addition, but the actual award of contract is being deferred pending resolution of all the financing mechanics.

Stolte, at $10,130,000, was the lowest of nine bidders for the job. The major addition, second phase of an overall expansion project, will increase the hospitals size from the present 95,000 square feet to 250,000 square feet; providing a six-story nursing tower and increasing bed capacity from the existing 189 to 303 beds. The formal contract award must await the procedural steps relating to administrative, financial and legal requirements, explained. These are expected to be completed by the week of Nov. 20-24.

The complicated financing is being arranged through a combination of joint powers agreements and lease-back through issuance of revenue bonds, and a $2.4 million grant from Hill-Burton Act funds. The hospital's total expansion program involving more than $12 million, includes construction of a new parking lot already under way and eventual remodeling of existing facilities. Exhibition on Occult at U.C. BERKELEY An exhibition on the occult and related practices Is presently on display through January at the University of California Lowle Museum Anthropology in Kroeber Hall, College Avenue and Bancroft Way. Michael Stephens, an undergraduate studeut in anthropology, prepared the display which includes a Balinese astrological calendar, an astrological chart to forehead wrinkles, an Etruscan bronze model of a liver used for divination, divining implements from Africa and a crystal ball.

The display is open to the public without charge from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 'on weekdays and to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Authors Wife Dies Industrialist Dies SANTE FE, N.M.

(A) -Consuelo Baca LaFarge, widow of P.UUTZER Prize-winning author Oliver LaFarge, yesterday at St. Vincent Hospital, where she had been a patient since Sept. 3. TODAYS CROSSWORD MODENA, Italy (AP) Orsi, an Italian who led the automobile firm into of its sleek grajid cars, died yesterday. 84.

Castro Valley. Boffi-Conatnrler: Thomas, 21, San Leandro, and Benedicte, 22, Rhode Island. Der Groebea-Herbert: Jobst, 56, and Barbara, 25, both Menlo Park. Greer-Hamada: Aaron, 19, and Esther, 21, both Livermore. GordoftPetrnzri: Jerry, 2 8 and Susan, 24, both Hayward.

Jones-Tncker: Arthur, 51, and Beverly, 38, both San Lorenzo. Manso-Graham: Joseph, 5 1 Castro Valley, and Hazel, 59, San Leandro. Divorces Cummings, Paula and Charles. Dittfeld, Hans and Joy. Brown, Reginald Jr.

and Janet. Combes, Frances and Marvin. Reed, Caroline and James. Coleman, Jimmy and Linda. McCain, Larry and Mary.

Moorehead, Angela and Robert, Jr. Thomas, Sylvia and Earl. Tillman, Ruby and Robert. Bolton, Inell and Thomas. Russell, Elizabeth and Richard.

Taylor, Carrie and Alvin. Davis, Joann and Jeffries. Lewis, Gregory and Toy a. Boyd, Joyce and Willie. OBrlant, Victoria and Alton.

Thagard, Louise and Randy. Ray, Roylene and Willie. Santos, Bertina and Edward Jr. Harley, Peter and Phyllis. Ivie, Mary and Burton.

Behard, Edna and Alfred. Morgan, Jeanette and James. Oliver, Eugene and Cynthia. Walker, John and Mary. Caldwell, Tena and Roger.

Wentworth, Richard and John. Johansen, Judy and Melvin. Jardine, Joanne and Glen. Hastings, Norma and Oliver, (sep. maint.) Annulments Filtd Barker, John and Sharon.

Powell, Neera and Maurice. Interlocutory Brady, Card and Timothy. Loretta and Michael. Hapink, Robin and Robert. Ramirez, Gloria and Dennis.

Calderon, Herminia and Arnold. Dillard, Thomas and Renee. Amenta, Sandra and Annette and Charles. Gonzales, Cheryl and Daniel. Hopkins, Patricia and Jimmy.

Laiy, Lorraine and 0. TIDE TABLE vln Tim HICH PATTERSON A A young teacher who had described being set afire by an unseen assailant in the school duplicating room now says it was all an accident, police said yesterday. Ann Taniguchi, 24, told officer Robert Monahan from her hospital bed that she accidentally spilled duplicating fluid, but is uncertain how a fire th.at inflicted burns over half her body may have started, Monahan said. A doctor treating Miss Taniguchi at Emanuel Hospital In Turlock told Monahan its possible she may never remember exactly what happened In the Monday evening incident. You have to remember she a a young, Inexperienced 'teacher and to her everything5 she did came out wrong she will pay for this the rest of her life, thinking about it, Monahan said.

Her hands and face will be scarred and she will be in the hospital for some time. The first-year teacher originally had told police that an assailant hit her, poured duplicating fluid over her and ignited her hair and clothing with matches. Monahan said she now recalls spilling the fluid herself and leaving the room, but re- Toastmaster To Convene At Concord CONCORD More than 100 delegates from 3 8 clubs in northern California converge here today for the Fall conference of District 57, Toastmasters International, at the Concord Inn beginning at 1 p.m. Psychologists will discuss graphology and the psychology of color for wives of members. State Senator John A.

Nejedly will speak at a 7 p.m. banquet. Competing for district honors in humorous speech competition tonight will be Bill Travis, from Diablo Toastmasters, Walnut Creek; Edward Wong, from the Alameda Toastmasters; and Larry Irving. Also competing for best evaluator in the district will be Sal Lombardo, of Concords Sun Valley Toastmasters; A1 Kaufman, Oakland Toastmasters; and Jess Howell. Hawthorne Kidnap Case Innocent Plea SAN DIEGO (AP) Byron Handy of Westminster pleaded innocent yesterday to armed robbery and kidnaping of San Diego businessman J.

T. Hawthorne, who reported his escape after the Oct. 6 incident. Ransom of $185,000 was not picked up. Superior Court Judge Franklin B.

Orfield ordered Handys bail to remain at $150,000 and his trial set for Jan. 9. turning when she remembered a duplicating machine had been left on. It was unknown how the fire started. Police said she ripped off her clothing and tore out patches of her blazing hair as she ran screaming for help, and was taken to a hospital by another Nojthmead School teacher.

No charges are planned in the case, Monahan said, Ski Show 72 At Las Lomas High Today WALNUT CREEK Ski Show 72, stressing educational and entertainment aspects of the sport, will be presented here today from 2 to 11 p.m. in Las Lomas High School. The event is co-sponsored by El Gran Diablo Ski Patrol and the Womens Auxiliary of, John Muir Memorial Hospital Although manufacturers! representatives and thos from ski resort areas at Lakl Tahoe will be in attendance, commercial aspects will be, minimized and stress given to answering questions of beginning to adyanced skiers, spokesmen Resort and lift passes and other awards will given away. Nine instructional movies will be run continuously, and a ski fashions show will be offered at 4 and 8 p.m. Proceeds will benefit both the hospital and the ski patrols fund for replacing winter rescue equipment, such as toboggans.

Co-chairmen for the ski patrol are Dr. Wayne Martin, Barry Tieman and Phil OSullivan. The admission fee is $1. Children under 12 will be admitted free. San Lorenzo Fire Chief in Crash HAYWARD San Lorenzo Fire Department Acting Chief Charles Viada escaped injury yesterday afternoon when his fire car and two other vehicles were involved in an accident at Tennyson Road and Hesperian Boulevard as he rushed a stricken Fremont woman to St.

Rose Hospital An ambulance from the hospital came to the scene and got Mrs. Karen Barajas, 26, of 34587 Safinas Place, Fremont, who had collapsed at a service station. Also in the fire vehicle was Hoseman Mike Anderson. The other vehicles were driven were driven by Mrs. Solveig K.

Stein of 28151 Fount Way, Hayward, and Michael J. Jackson of 2778 Manon Hayward. There were no injuries in the crash. Mrs. Barajas was treated and released.

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