Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on March 4, 1973 · 36
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V 01 ' A 3$ 5C CiilaubiiLCrlbune Sun., March 4, 1973 Eastbay Funeral Notices BIRDSALL, Warren M fn Loke Tahoe, 'FITHIAN, Nelson Edward, In Orlnda, March 1, 1973, beloved husband of Moida March 2, 1973, beloved husband of Mor-F. Blrdsail. A native of California. ' guente Vera Flthion; dear father of Pen-Friends are respectfully Invited to attend nv McNofr, Linda Padilla, Patricia Schlu-funerol-services Mondoy, March 5, 1973, at tiusand Loretta Orebmeir; devoted broth-9a.m. at COOPER CHAPEL, 150 Fruit- er at Mrs. Doris Rusoloh, brother-in-law vale Ave., Oakland; thence to St. Jorloths of Harold Rudolph; deor uncle of Robert Church, Frultvole and Peasant St. where, Rudolph; also survived by seven grand-the Moss of the Resurrection will be of-, children. fered at 9:30 o.m. Recitation of the Ro- Friends are Invited to attend the funeral sary, Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Interment, St. services Monday, March 5, 1973, at 11 o m. Mary's Cemetery, Ooklond. (For further at the JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORI-Informctlon, please phone 533-4114. Pork- AL CHAPEL, 4016 Howe St., Oakland. Dr. Ing area adiacent to chapel. Fred Stripp officiating. CLARENCE N, COOPER MORTUARY JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORIAL CHAPEL BURRELL, Brian E.,1n Hayward, March 3, 1973, of San Leandro, deariy beloved son (ALL, Vera M., In Oakland, March 1973, of Herbert and Ann Burrell; dear grand- beloved mother of Richord L. ond Lorry son of Roy Wallingford of Son Leondro; e. Hall and Roberta (Bunny) Quinn; also devoted nephew of Edna Vaccaro of Son survived by eight grandchildren ond tour Leandro, LaVeme Forstod and Hazel Ro- great grandchildren. A member of Dough-nev of Stockton, Deon Hommock of Car- ters of Nile of Oakland. A native of Iowa; michoeiEdythe Don ham, Betty Dooley oged 72 years, and Don Burrell of Son Joaquin Valiev interment Davenport, Iowa also survived by many cousins. A native ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY of Hanford; oged 29 years. 3476 Piedmont Ave. Oakland Friends ore invited to attend the services Monday, March 5, at 2 D m. from the HUTCHINSON, Borbore Jeon, In Walnut ROSE GARDEN CHAPEL of the GUER Creek, March 2, 1973, beloved daughter of RERO & SERAMUR MORTUARY, 407 Es-tudillo Ave., Son Leondro. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery, Ooklond. Contributions to Hie Easter Seal Society, 2757 Telegraph Ave , Ookiand preferred. For further Information, please coil 463-5300. BUSH, Lel Ruth, In Oakland, March V 1973, devoted mother of James 5. Bush of Gory, Indiana, Mory Lancaster of Whittier ond Alice DeLeon of Oakland; loving sister of Alice Mason, of San Leandro, Edith Kinerk of Fort Woyae,Jndiona, Bill Moson ot Midland, Mich, and Bob Mason of El Segundo; also survived by many grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A native of Indiana; oged 66 years. A member of the Fifth Church of Christ Professional Women's Club of La Jolla. The Inventor of the Stewart Dress Form. Friends are Invited to attend the rial services ot the CHAPEL OF THE VALLEY, 20359 Coke Chabot Rood, Castro Voliev, Tuesday, Morch 6, ot 2roo pm. Interment private. CHAPEL OF THE VALLEY 5380211 EHRLICH, Sidney, of Son Leondro, Morch 1, 1973, beloved husband of Peorl Ehrlich; Moving father of Sherry and Mork Ehrlich, both of Son Leondro; brother of Phil Ehrlich ond Charlotte Daniels of San Leondro; brother-in-law of Helen ond Joseph Stein, Al ond Mildred Ross. A native of New York; oged 54 years. A member of . Son Leondro Lodge No. 744, F. & A M chorter member of Son Leondro Elks Lodge No. 2241, San Leondro Rotory Club, Bnol B'rlth, Eden Lodge Chomber of Commerce, Son Leandro Redevelopment Assn., Son Leandro (Awcbonls Assn., w' .. . - - - Mira Vista Golf Club and Palm Desert Goff Club. Friends ore Invited to attend services Sunday, March 4, ot 2 p.m. at the SANTOS ROBINSON MORTUARY, 160 EsfudlllO Ave., San Leandro. Interment, Chapei of the Chimes, Hayword. SANTOS ROBINSON MORTUARY 483-0123 Lcncly? Call Co. State ASSOCIATION OP Introductory Service Compemetwhip-Morriage Bureau (Ovraac C.) 8888 Telegraph Ave. I Oakland Pkana 4S4-6840 TC3G BIGGEST CPGH TODAY COON TO 5 P.M. I (d J J.l J. 1 The greatest eTeTwoeJIectropIZr great BUYS STEREO CONSOLES oni,$8000 - jV i . I I '''. r Loyd Rllee of Concord ond Mrs. Movlene Robinson of Fresno ond stepdaughter of Mrs Lots A Rile, loving mother of Bette ond Marlorie Dwyer ond Melody ond Kan- di Hutchinson, oil of Long Beach; loving - Michael ond Donald Gregory, oil of Concord; gronddoughter of Mrs. Vioio Rtlee of San Leandro. A' native of California; aged 34 years. Friends ore Invited to attend services Mondoy, Morch 5, ot 1 00 p.m , ot SUNSET VIEW MORTUARY CHAPEL, Coll-$a ond Folrmount, Berkeiev-EI Cerrito, officiating. Rev. Steve Shepard. Interment, Sunset View Cemetery. VIEW CEMETERY 6. MORTU- . .. . u,h memo-JORDAN -Aline 1 1973, deoriy beloved mother of William Jordon of San Lorenzo and Jch ARY San Leandro, devoted grandmother of Aline Jordon of Son Lorenzo, Kathy Goodman ond Laurie Jordon, both of San Leondro, ond Vongee Guettinger of Livingston; great-grandmother of two; deor sister of Wilbur Lewis of Turlock. A native of Alabama; aged 68 years. Friends ore invited, to attend funeral services at the chapel of the HAYWARD MORTUARY, 22297 Mission Bivd, Hoy-word, on Monday, March 5, at 2 pm. Inurnment privote Contributions to the Heart Fund preferred. ALAMEDA COUNTY HEART ASSN., .,u,CUIOT Oratefully acknowledges memorial gifts. SCHAFHIRT, Dr. Jesse Bernard, In Oak- fta t0 office 417J MacArthyr Blvd., lond, Februory 27, 1973, beloved husband Oakland. 530-0400 or present, af Crocker LAMBERT, Neel, In Santo Rosa, Februory of Julio V. Schofhirt; also survived by a Bank, 1450 Broadway, Oakland, 27, 1973, beloved husbond of Katherine niece ond cousins In Washington D.C. A Lambert of Cioverdale; father of the late native of Washington D.C. A member ofiCATHOLIC CHARITIES gratefully ae Neal E. Lombert; loving grandfather of King David Masonic Lodge of Washington knowledges memorial gifts. P.O, BoX jontt, David ond Sharon Lambert of San D C. Private dental practice in Oakland! .23404, Oakland, Calif 94623. 34-5656. Leandro; deor uncle of Deon Lambert of for many years. eubuvccua ..,Un, t Alameda. A native of Royatton, Minn.; Private Memarlat Services have been 5 , lirlTS ?.!" oged 75 yeors. held. Private services were held at SKYVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL. Contributions to the (SUNSET VIEW MORTUARY SERVICE) American Cower Society. . SENEGAL, Ernest C., In Oakland, March 1, LASSALLE, Jeon In Son Francisco, March 1973, beloved husbond of Leila L. Senegal; 2, 1973, beloved huiband of Anno LaSalle,! loving father of Marceline Bass of Stock- loving father of Juliette McGuire, Doro-i ton; also survived by five grandchildren Vl0IT1OriGni thy Romdn, George, Emile ond Eugene and two great-grandchildren. A native of Lossalie ond the late Charles Laalle; Louisiana; aged 79 years. A resident ef IN MEMORY OP MY SON also leaves 15 grandchiidremond five Oakland for 69 years Past Commander of . .. Union Local 119 of Oakland and St. Anthow ny's Church of Oakland. Friends ore respectfully Invited to at- tend funeral services Tuesday, March 6, I GREAT by Sierra THE 8 FOOT LONG "R0YALE" Loaded with AM-FM, miilti- - - plei, changer etc. 3327 iSSr 268 THE "ESTORIL" - gorgeous style with AM-FM, changer, multi speakers etc for only'06 198 MODULAR $ETS FROM $gQ00 14 F , You mutt . our graat , EWctrophonic selection - . SAVE TO V, HURRY FOR BEST SELECTION - 1ST LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT III MAY73J Till OtlLY no OVERHEAD FU::iTU.E STCrtE. WHY PAY I.XC2V anjji nennv, at 9 am. at COOPERS CHAPEL, 15S0J Fruitvole Ave., Ookiand; thence to St.) Anthonv s Church, 16th Ave. at East 15thj St. where the Mass of the Resurrection will be offered at 9.30 a m. Recitotion of the Rosary, Monday, 730 p m. and veter- ons service, 1pm. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland. (For further mformo- tion, pi ease phone 533-4114.) Parking area land; oged 89 years. A member of St, Leo's Altar Society. Friends ore Invited to attend the funeral Mondoy, March 5, at 9 30 o m. from the JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4016 Howe St., Ookiand; thence to St. Leo's Church, where a Moss of the LUCAL, Helen Adams, In Berkeley, March Resurrection will be offered at 10 o.m. 1, 1973, devoted wife of the late Iro D,! Recitotion of the Rosory, Sunday otter-Lucai; loving mother of Dale F. Luca! of no dn at 4. Interment, St. Morys Ceme-Ookland, Harold M. Lucai of Storrs, Conn. lery. ond Kenneth G. Lucai of Strongsville, JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORIAL Ohio; dear sister of Mrs. Martha A. Hill of CHAPEL Wolnut Creek ond Lewis Adams of Largo, .... Florida. A member of the Episcopal SULLIVAN, William Roy, In Burlingame, Church. A native of Ohio; oged 77 years. Morch 1, 1973, William -Roy Sullivan, Family services will be held on Sunday, Morch 4, 1973, at McNARY A MORGAN CHAPEL, 3030 Telegraph Ave , Berkeley. The Rev. Gordon D. Griffith will officiate. Contributions to the American Cancer Society preferred. . . . . . MATHENY, Charles E. Jr., In Son Ansel. mo, Morch 2, 1973, Chrles E. Motheny, Jr 7 beloved husband of Marilyn Moth- eny; devoted father of Charles E. Moth- brother of Vlrglnlo M. Matheny of Corte r Madera. A native of Californio; oged . years. A member of lllinoistown Lodge No. 51 F. ond A M. - Family services will be held Tuesday, Morch 6, 1973, at 11:30 a m. at Colfax District Cemetery under the auspices of the lllinoistown Lodge No. 51 F. and A. M. Friends may coll otter 6 pm. Saturday until 9 p.m. Sunday at the CHAPEL OF THE HILLS, 330 Redhill Ave., San Ansel-. Coun,y Harl NEWSOM, Bennett D. ADJACENT PARKING fn Oakland, March 2, 1973, loving husband of the late Nell Newsom; loving uncle of Mrs. Carol Piatt of Reno, Nev., June Tutton of Hawaii, and H. Jairfes Christensen ot Orinda. A notive of Oakland; oged 86 years. No services held at request of Mr. Newsom. GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES 2850 Telegraph Ave., Ooklond 451-6434 V F W., Post No. 2606 of Ooklond of the Alameda County Council, Post Command- er of World Wor I Veterans, Oakland Bar- racks No. 251 ond a member of Knights of Pythias, Pride of .the West Lodge No. 7 of Oakland. - Friends ore Invited to attend services Sunday, Morch 4, at 7.00 p m. at SUNSET VIEW MORTUARY CHAPEL, Coluso and Folrmount, Berkeley-EI Cerrito, under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias, WE MUST CLOSE OUT $60,000.00 cf FU.E FURNITURE - YOU SAVE A WHOPPING 30 to Spcnish dresser end TABLES Permaneer iu B a mt Qh, Gan turn V QnrtD(3tiro Veterans of World Wor ond V.F.W. Interment, Sunset View Cemetery. formerly of Oakland, loving husband of Maizie Sullivan of Burlingame. A member of the Grand Lake Kiwanis Club of Oak-!ond; former owner ot the Little Miss and Mr. Shop in Ookiand. Funeral services will be held Monday, March 5, at 11 00 a m. at the COLONIAL MORTUARY of CROSBY-N. GRAY i CO., 2 Pork Rood, Burlingame. Inurnment, Skyiown Memorial Park. of Oakland Morch 1, 1973, beloved husband of Lucy Viscovich, beloved fother of Andrew ond John Viscovich, loving grandfather of Andro and Rondy Viscovich, Katherine and Paul Viscovich; also survived by two sitters ond a brother-in-law in Yugoslavia. A retired employe of Southern Pocific Compony. A native of Yugoslavia; oged 80 years. Friends ore invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of CHARLES P. BANNON, 6600 East 14th St., Ooklond, on Mondoy morning March 5, 900, thence to St. Margaret Marys Church, Emerson Mass commencing at 9 30. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Mausoleum, Hayward. Recitotion of the Rosory Sunday evening ot 8 00 pm. (For further Information please coll 632-1011) CHARLES P. BANNON MORTUARY Card of Thanks Pi Brstefullv acknowMni uStirar o,fc CITY OF HOPS contributions, days 463-9440; tra Costa Counties T.B. and R.D. Associations gratefully acknowledge memorial gifts. 1537 Webster St., Ooklond 893-5474 - -105 Astrld Dr., Pleasant Hill 935-0472 MICHAEL (MIKE) REYNOLDS V Born Dec. 4, 1953 March 4, 1972 NO ONE HEARD THE FOOTSTEPS OP THE ANGEL DRAWING NEAR WHO TOOK FROM EARTH TO HEAVEN THE ONE WE LOVED SO DEAR, APART, BUT ALWAYS TOGETHER. . YOUR LOVING MOM, SISTER 8 FAMILY. . I, . . SHEEHAN, Marie F., In Oakland, March 2, 1973, dear sister of the late Bessie Shoe- hon, dunt of John Sheehan of Burbank and Peggy Morris of Songus. A native of Oak- k Lcrge dsrk Spcnish Ock set with LANDSCAPE MIRROR in Peccn Doors Armoire, Reduced to QEFRIGEnATOnS. - SAVE Vz on the best by WESTINGHQUSE 2 door automatic refrigerator 14 Cu. Ft. 244 ir u. ft. (dent) 288 All carry fell factory warranty inA service. WAS HERS-from only $140.00 WASHERS WITH LINT TRAP, large tub etc. $198.00 DRYERS only 130.00 Pollution Alert in Cleveland . CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) -A pollution alert was issued Saturday for the Cleveland metropolitan area anT industries were asked to reduce emissions. - A spokesman for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency said in Columbus that the alert was issued by Gov. John J. Giiiigan after 24-hour levels of particulate matter stayed above the dangerous mark. It doesnt look good for the Cleveland area and the pollution alert is expected to go on for at least 24 hours and maybe even a couple of days, the spokesman said. - The latest readings showed 459 micrograms of pollutants per cubic meter of air. The alert level is 375. . Rain in the Steubenville area was easing -the air pollution situation for a four-county area where an alert was declared Thursday. However, the EPA spokesman said no decision has been made to lift the alert because weather conditions expected over the area today Could cause the pollution level to go upward again.' The heavilyljjdustrialized Cleveland area was placed on alert late in January when the particulate level the degree of foreign substances afloat in the air jumped to 499. Industrial cutbacks and a light drizzle during the night cut the level almost in half within 24 hours, and the alert was canceled. Air pollution officials said that even though the industrial cutbacks are often only minor adjustments that require little slowdown in production, they have a drastic effect on particulates. Envoy to Mexico Ailing SAN ANTONIO, Tex (AP) -Robert McBride, the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, was in serious condition with a liver ailment or liver deficiency, a spokesman for Brooke Army Medical Center said. OF THEM ALL A Spanish treasure of hand crafted sets by Thomas, llna-gusta, L.A. Period and Pulaski. 22 models o::LY$140to$690 Richly carved pecan set. A $500 value $270 $293 Only on ... 288 17ASEIE0S White House Entertainment Resumed WASHINGTON (AP) -President and Mrs. Nixon have resumed their evening at the White House series of entertainments after a two-year lapse, starring Sammy Davis Jr. and his song and dance routines in a Saturday night show. - Apollo 17 astronauts and a large number of congressmen were among 250 guests invited for' the performance in the East Room, with a late-evening champagne buffet and -dancing. Davis, who had embraced President Nixon in the 1972 . reelection campaign, was picked as the first performer for1 1973. The Nixons havent had one of these theater-style shows since March of 1971, when Tricia Nixons engagement was announced and Pat ;j Nixons 59th birthday was cele- brated at an Irish evening in the White House. Davis and his wife were in- vited to spend the night at the . White House and join President Nixon for Sunday break-' fast - Ex-Senator Gillette Dies CHEROKEE,- Iowa (AP)-Guy M. pillette, a former U.S. senator who moved from isolationism to become one of the ; United Nations strongest supporters, died early Saturday. He was 94 Gillette, who was born here Feb. 3, 1879, had been hospitalized for the past few years, t Until World War II, Gillette was an isolationist. He opposed lend lease and U.S. involvement in foreign wars although he had fought in two of them the Spanish-American conflict and World War I. He was one of the targets of an attempted purge by President Franklin D.Roosevelt of unfriendly.con- gressmen. - Born on a farm, Gillette re-, , tained an active interest in the land. He lived for a while on a three-acre farm near Cherokee where he grew corn and raised Plymouth Rock hens. Gillete was a widower. He is survived by a son, Mai. Services will be held Tuesday at the Memorial Presbyterian Church here. Weather BAY AREA Partly doudy through tonight with o chance ot showers then mostly fair tomorrow. Little change In temperatures. Low tonight in the 40s. Highs both days In the 50s. Northwesterly wind 5 to 15. m.o.h. Chance of rain 40 percent today ond 30 percent tonight. NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA Portly cloudy with a decreasing chance of showers today ond tonight. Mostly fair tomorrow. Uttto change In temperatures. Lows ond highs today and tomorrow ot Susanvitle 32 38 28 40. NORTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA Portly cloudy through tonight with a chance ot showei. Fair south tomorrow but partly cloudy north with a chonce of showers. Little change In temperatures. Lows ond highs today ond tomorrow at Fort Bragg 46 55 42 7, Ukloh 45 55 41 58. Smoll craft advisory for southerly winds 15 to 30 m p h. MOUNT SHASTA-SISKIYOU AREA Portly cloudy through tomorrow with a decreasing chance of showers. Little chonge In temperatures. Lows and highs today and tomorrow at Shosta Dam 40 50 38 54 ' SIERRA NEVADA mostly cloudy today ond tonight with o chonce of snow showers Yosemite northword. Mostly fair tomorrow. Snow showers becoming rain, showers below about 3500 feet in the north and 4500 feet in the south. A little cooler. SANTA CLARA VALLEY Portly cloudy today ond tonight with a chonce of showers then mostly fair tomorrow. Little chonge in temperatures. Low tonight In the 40s. Highs both days in the mid to upper 50s. Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 m p h. today. Cows ond highs today and tomorrow at San Jose 49 57 44 59 Hollister 45 57 40 58. LIVERMORE VALLEY Partly cloudy , throuoh tonight with a chonce of showers then mostly fair tomorrow. Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 m p h. today. Low tonight and high tomorrow at Livermore 45 and 57. DIABLO SAN RAMON, and MORAGA VALLEYS Portly cloudy today end tonight with a chance of showers then mostly fair tomorrow. Little chonge In temper atures. Low tonight In the 40$ Highs both days in the mid to upper 50s Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 m.p.h. todoy. Temperatures CALIFORNIA Bakersfield Eureka Fresno Los Angeles Ooklond Palm Springs Paso Robles Red Bluff Sacramento NATIONAL Ibony Albuquerque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore -Billings Birmingham Bismorck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington Casoer Christa, $ C. Chrlstn.W.V. Charltte, NX., Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Colmbio4.C. Cotumbus,0. Dal.-FfeWrth Dayton Denver De Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Foirbonks Forgo Great Falls Hartford Helena Honolulu : Houston Indionopolis .Milwaukee CANADA Cal gory 37 Edmonton 28 Montreal 38 Ottawa 33 PAN AMERICA Acapulco 88 Barbados 84 Bermuda 67 Bogota 75 71 42 55 42 63 41 71 53 56 48 77 43 58 36 47 40 51 44 46 28 57 34 56 38 22 10 66 49 73 55 54 39 69 53 50 44 52 27 72 56 56 27 51 35 40 36 81 66 52 32 4V 16 40 19 78 57 64 50 67 51 33 25 52 42 60 47 56 43 73 53 55 48 73 49 58 47 37 31 51 40 50 38 39 34 70 54 02 -17 42 28 56 28 39 36 51 19 81 70 66 57 59 48 51 39 Sallnos Son Diego San Froncfsc San Jose Santa Barb or Santa Maria Santa Rosa Stockton Thermol Jacksonville Juneau Konsos City Las Vegas Little Rock Louisville Memphis Miami Beach Midland, Tex. Milwaukoe Mpls -St Pal Noshville New Orleans New York Norfolk, Vo. North Plone Oklohma Cty Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portfand,Me. Portlond,Or. Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond St Louis St Prg -Tmp Salt Loke Cty San Antonio St. Ste. Mare Seattle Shreveport Sioux Foils Spokane Syracuse Tucson Tulsa Washington Wichito - 58 42 68 53 54 47 60 42 64 45 60 35 63 39 54 41 75 40 83 51 34 31 54 47 60 37 61 41 65 51 60 43 76 71 72 48 51 39 41 35 66 53 73 61 40 37 60 53 41 32 60 43 71 49 52 44 29 27 57 42 47 36 62 52 51 33 38 34 32 35 42 64 47 57 47 49 43. 38 13 39 32 37 23 49 42 22 Regina 07 Toronto 19 Winnipeg 20 Vancouver 75 MazoMan S2 59 72 MerWa 91 70 S2 Mexico OTV 79 50 43 Monterrey 06 si- Syphilitic Test Cases to Get Care WASHINGTON (AP) - Caspar Weinberger, secretary of the Health and Welfare Department, said Saturday that all necessary medical care will be given survivors of the syph-, ilis experiment known as the Tuskegee Study. The study of untreated syphilis began in 1932 and ended last year after public disclosure of the project It involved more than 430 black men from Macon County, Ala. At least 28, and possibly as many as 107, of the participants died as a-direct result of. the untreated syphilis. In an announcement issued by his office, Weinberger said: I have personally reviewed the facts in this study. Because of this highly unusual and, to our knowledge, fortunately unique research project, I feel that the Federal Government has a strong obligation to con Gun Squads Kill Ulster Sergeant BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) Northern Irelands as-. sassination squads claimed their fifth victim in 36 hours when a sergeant in the Ulster Defense Regiment was executed Saturday in the style practiced by Hie outlawed Irish Republican Army. The Sergeants hooded and trussed body was found by an army patrol in County Londonderry. His regiment, a part-time militia of mainly Prostes-tant volunteers, had reported him missing Friday. The patrol saw two men running away from the scene and opened fire. They claimed they hit one man before the pair escaped in an auto waiting on the other side of the border with Ireland. The dead man was identified as David Charles Deacon, a 39-. year-old Englishman and father of four children. Earlier, an official of the fiercely Protestant Orange Order was killed by gunmen lying in wait outside a meeting hall in suburban Belfast. His death was thought to be in retaliation for the fatal shooting of a Roman Catholic bus driver in Belfast Two Catholics had been shot Summary, Precipitation CALIFORNIA Eureka, .54; Moffett Field, .11; Oakland, .37; Oakland Airport, .50; Red Bluff, .40; Sacramento, .38; San Francisco, .41; San Francisco Airport, .41; San Jose, 44; Santa Rosa, .84; Stock-ton, .35. NATIONAL Albany, .01; Asheville, .52; Atlanta, .06; Atlantic City, .07; Austin, .01; Baltimore, .39; Birmingham, .20; Buffalo, .03; Charleston, S.C., .31; Charleston, W Va., .12; Cheyenne, .14) Chicago, .18; Cincinnati, .24; Cleveland, .02; Columbia, S.C., .89; Columbus, O., .08; Day-ton, .06; Denver, .38; Honolulu, .02; Houston, .03; Indianapolis, .02; Jacksonville, .07; Juneau, .09; Kansas City, .04; Milwaukee, .07; Minneopoils-St. Paul, .01; Nashville, .69; Norfolk, Vo , .72; North Platte, .24; Oklahoma City, .03; Omaha, .01; Philadelphia, .32; Pittsburgh, .42; Portland, Me., .05; Portland, Ore., .15; Raleigh 1.01; Richmond, .40; San Antonio, .04; Sault Sainte Marie, .20; Seattle, .05; Syracuse, .12; Washington, .37; Wichita, .65. CANADA Ottawa, .04; Toronto, .03; Vancouver, .08. ANGLERS TIDE TABLE March Denotes P.M. March 4 Sun rise. 6 31 a.m. $unii 4: 0 p.m. Moon rlMf 4 07 a.m. Moon tats 5:10 p.m. New moon 4.07 p.m. March 5 Sun riles 4.37 a.m. Sunscti 4:07 p.m. Moon rlso 4.37 a.m. MoonMts 7:25 p.m. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Real Estate OFFERS INVITED Loan balance $45,500, assessed valuation 862,000 3 bdrm, 2 V both, lorge view home. Owner has to eave 321 527-3383 3602 RICHMOND BLVD. OPEN I 00 to 4 30 SUNDAYS Beoutiul Interior-2 bdrm, 2Vj sto-rv-Try FHA Large kitchen. Sun Porch-2 room apartment. Near Mayfair Shopping Center , BLOOM REALTY 6544655 Rentals 3 targe rooms, turn or unrurn. built-in bar, lorge turn patio. 8115. 1548 13th Ave. 376-7842 - Y BDRM unfurn7aulet working lody pref. 932 6. 19th St. Mgr. LAKESHORE 366 Wayne unfurn, 1 bdrm, stove, refrig, w-w carpets, draw drps, view 8225 8353151 FuRN. Tarae studio oof clean Lake, oduirs. 535 Bellevue Ave. LAUREL Olst 2 bdrm,' semi-fum, storoge basement, infont OK. 817S, 534-479 (408)255-7831 UNFU&N modern 5 bdrm, 861 Moorpark St; stove, ref rig, water, gorboge paid, 533-9651 before f pm 1 BDRM opt yard, stove, on bus, parking 8100 mo 533-8408 OAK. Bachelor's homelike studio, utils, carport, yd. Newly dec. 6)05. 547-3457 COUPLE-wont to shore 4 bdrm home with some. 885 mo. Move in now. 939-1948 or 933-6151 OAK, private bath, privoto entrance. 533-5520 Miscellaneous Blrt'. otrli 10 spa., excellent cond. SIOO or best ofter, 351-0643 MINOLTA SRT 101, f1 4 & 135mm 12.0 lenses. Accei. 653-2627 tinue medical care foall the participants by providing them' a full range of medical services for the rest of their lives. An advisory panel had said all 74 survivors should be given medical care. Weinberger -said he has directed the Public Health Service to provide all the necessay care. His office said Weinberger took the action during a trip to San Francisco when told of the concern of an advisoiy panel about medical care being provided the participants. Members of the panel investigating the experiment sent a statement to Weinberger complaining that no action had been taken to treat medically the survivors. The panel, last October, recommended that the study be ended and, .that survivors be treated. dead on the streets of Belfast the previous night. A 21-year-old soldier shot in the back more- than three weeks ago died Saturday in a Belfast hospital. Pvt. William Hall was wounded during a one-day general strike called Feb. 7 by the Protestant Vanguard Movement. The death toll now stands at 741 since Northern Irelands sectarian violence began years ago and developed into a guerrilla war by the IRA to force a union with the Catholic republic to the south. Quake Shakes Town In1 Bakersfield Area BAKERSFIELD (AP) - A minor earthquake .jolted the town of Arvin, about 15 miles southeast of here, Saturday, the Caltech Seismological Laboratory reported. .The earthquake, at 10:14 a.m., measured 4.0 on the Richter scale, officials said. No injuries -or property damage was reported. Arvin was badly damaged by two earthquakes in 1952. : Forecasts National Summary Most of the nation will hove mild temperatures and cloudy skies." Roin or scattered showers will affect a large portion of the east half with thundershowers scot-iered over the south coastal area. Scot- tered showers ore also forecast for the northern Rockies, the north and central inter-mounfoin region, ond southwest .over centrol and northern California. Mostly sunny skies ond o warming trend will occur over the east slopes of the northern Rockies, over the adiacent high ploins, and southwest through the central Rockies ond southern plateau region. A stationary front will lie from northern Florida across the northern Gulf to o low on the southeast Texas coast. A cold front will continue southwest frbm the tow across the south tip of Texos into Mexico. A cold front will lie from Canada south-west over the Montano Rockies to the southern Coiifornia coast. A cold front will extend from southeast Canotfo across Loke Huron ta northern Iowa, curving northwest os a stationary front over eastern Montana to Canada. A high will be over Colorodo. Jobs Available Credit Manager Notionol Manufacturing Firm, Approve B Collect. 8650 Success Agency, 465-4980 GENERAL PRACTICE. CommunltyT Dixon, Woodland, Sacramento areas 2 lie. general proc1itione needed to act either os Sr Physician or Clinician m Farmworkers clinic system tn 3 counties. Starr to include nurse practitioner, public health nurse, oids 4 part time physicians Salary negotiable. R Rionol Rural Health Program, 235 orth 2nd St., Dixoo, Calif. 95620. (916) 678-4464. 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