The Berkeley Gazette from Berkeley, California on November 19, 1973 · 29
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103—AUTOS WANTED TOP DOLLAR Paid for Clean TOYOTAS DATSUN and other clean Imports IMMEDIATE CAM 8433467 WILL PAY CASH for used Scout Jeep or other 4-wheel drive vehicle Must be in good condition 222-3037 evenings before 9:30 MM JUNK CARS WANTED 525-9421 HIGHEST PRICES PAID — For your car regardless of con dition running or not! Dealer 2325992 or eves 758-1298 INSTANT CASH Highest prices paid for your car Any model any make Cortese Olds 600 23rd Street 235-6363 MAOWartma"NOWSloto1 SOS-TRUCKS FOR SALE f 000tmo000Pw100 DODGE 1968 Pickup cab-over V-8 automatic 12 ton radio heater $1400 223-0277 GMC 1966 34-ton V-6 4-speed 24000 miles with 1012-foot Travette Cab-over camper Very good condition $2300 525-3528 GMC 1964 12-Ion 4-speed 6- cylinder with shell camper new valve job Good condition $695 758-3233 JEEP 1964 34-Ton Pickup 4- speed Camper shell V-8 $1400 758-9223 1966 CHEVROLET 2 ton dump truck Bargain 527-2003 CHEVROLET '65 Panel with windows A1 mechanical condition $500 2120 Church Lane San Pablo 237-6542 '72 DODGE Tradesman 300 Van 318-V-8 automatic power steering power brakes radio heater License 490981 Pay credit manager $3 transfer fee and assume balance of $3492 HAL'S MOTOR SALES 10821 San Pablo El Cerrito 529-0245 day or night CHEVROLET Carryall 1968 4- wheel drive $2200 223- '158 CHEVROLET 1971 truck and camper $3200 cashier's check Call 232-7323 CHEVY 1959 212-ton pickup long bed $400 1956 34 ton Chevy pickup $450 Call 525-4319 after 2 am '73 GMC 34-ton camper special with Penis Valley camper 350-V-8 automatic power steering disc brakes 2 gas tanks like new License 63324P Pay credit manager $3 transfer fee and assume balance of $4892 HAL'S MOTOR SALES 10821 San Pablo Et Cerrito 529-0245 day or night CHEVROEET-1964 Step Van sale or trade $500-ofter 548-3081 Must sell FORD 1972 Va Ton Long bed automatic power steering Excellent condition 13000 miles 235-4337 1962 CHEVROLET CARRYALL Nice $750 223-4493 - SOS—AUTO PARTS SERVICE USED TIRES Hundreds to choose from hard to get sizes radials etc $500 each cash and carry Rich mond Tire 7th and Essex Richmond 237-2712 WRECKING 1956 Chevrolet Pickup See at 1136 Willow Street Pino Ie 4-SPEED TRANSMISSION VW 4- Muncie-Saginaw Rebuilt or Used 233-2636 dealer CHEAP Volkswagen tune-up service $9 plus parts 527- (1632 845-5853 "Lem" WRECKED '63 V2-t0n pickup 1968 318 motor Low mileage $150 firm 237-8678 907---MOTORCYCLES 0atk100eWftWW'011 HONDA '71 350 low mileage extened forks $550 or best offer Call 758-3293 CARNEGIE CYCLE PARK TRANS AMA MOTOCROSS RACE Information — Call Brenda after 6 pm 638-2761 1969 SUZUKI 350 15000 miles Immaculate $400 235-2940 after 5:30 19i01 TRIUMPH Bonn chopper Rigid frame Springer front end 10 inch over Very depencidble and clean Runs rod $1100 or best offer e34-7503 HONDA 1970 SL350 Combination street and dirt Good condition $375 or best offer 237-7644 1970 HONDA 350 Excellent Condition 222-2273 KAWASAKI 1967 350 cc $250 1971 Honda SL 100 $185 222-3620 Quick Action Want Ads DON'T DELAY—Phone Today CALL 237-1111 or 843-4800 001111a0100 kAOsftPeA0Wei 905-TRUCKS FOR SALE ' I )1 r10--4s 14 N The candy cane coach AC Transits special holiday bus will roll into service Friday with gifts for youngsters and entertainment for adults The bus — an annual tradition for AC Transit — will have Santa Claus aboard to hear children's requests for Christmas SAINT NICK in the person of Nicholas P Alevizos transportation superintendent for Division 3 in Richmond will start dispensing good will and candy in Richmond traveling through East Bay cities to conclude at 3:30 pm at the Hayward BART station Nkc003 1 7t1 i 's 1 4 N aRiNO 11V17)- I w t 0PP' 909—TRAILERS AND CAMPERS SEE THESE QUALITY MOTOR HOMES TRAILERS A N D CAMPERS at STEVENS & MAXWELL CAMPER MART Potrero and San Pablo Ave El Cerrito Chinook Travette Casta and Shasta Motor Homes from 17 to 25 feet Shasta Trailers from 13 to 27 feet Also Travette the Cadillac of camper coat-hes 50 models to choose from Many used units 233-5495 USED BARGAINS 8' Half cab Merced 3237 $595 812' Siesta Telescopic 18959 81295 11' Siesta self-contained 13988 $1995 10' Tear Drop 2235 $895 10' Vacationer Self-contained air conditioning unloader 2135 $2695 CHUCK'S CAMPER SALES 12605 San Pablo Avenue Richmond 233-9428 1969 16 foot Aristocrat campet trailer Self contained Refrigerator and stove Sleeps 4 81550-707-691-5413 1973 SHASTA trailer 14-foot long excellent condition 237-3921 6 & 8 FOOT CABOVER Equi oped $895 plus freight CHUCK'S CAMPER SALES 12605 San Pablo Avenue Richmond 233-9428 ( Armored car is robbed—$200000 BUENOS AIRES Argentina (AP) — A band of robbers held up a bank's armored car Friday and got away with an estimated $200000 police said c dJ e'7 I 41 f"a14474 oa" a !X T : L FOLK ART — The creative artwork of Mrs Soda Chandra of India will be on display at the Bank of California 2333 Shattuck Ave through the rest of this month The technique is called "Lok-Vani" — which means voice of 46 4111 - r -f JERRY LAURELLA EL CERRITO WORKS ON YULE DECORATIONS they will adorn AC Transit's special Santa vehicle - q AC's candy cane coach will bring Santa to town The bus will be at San Pablo and University avenues in Berkeley from 10:48 to 1053 am Earlier stops will be from 10 to 10:05 am at MacDonald Avenue and 10th Street in Richmond the El Cerrito Plaza BART station from 10:25 to 10:30 am and San Pablo and So lano Avenues in Albany from 10:35 to 10:38 am THIS WILL be the llth year the bus district has provided a decorated coach to extend season's greetings to the public This year's holiday bus is done in a "Santa's Toy land" N I k 1 0"8111111m t17111 44 4 ' i: P 1 014 a44 )'' : T ::: : ? : 4 ' 0 0 0 4 1010- 7e motif featuring illustrated toys on the side panels of the bus and holly garlands henging above the windows The bus is painted in red white and green with Santa's sleigh on top and decorated strands of holly accentuating the interior The decorated bus will operate in regular service after the one day special trip but without Santa Claus It will have holiday music for passengers' pleasure Regular passengers will be carried and usual bus fares will be charged 1 41 the people tok-Van i depicts the cultural and religious life of the community which through the years became an integral part of the religious rituals and sacraments associated with the Hindu system of worship --I-G Photo by Simon Bail SCOREBOARD — In the weekly scoreboard of the criminal departments of the Alameda County Superior Court for the week ending Nov 2 20 persons were sentenced for crimes of violence or other serious crimes according to figures compiled by Citizens for Law and Order from the official records maintained by the county clerk Of those sentenced six were committed to state prison seven were sentenced to county jail for periods of time varying from six months to one year one sent to CIA one fined and five placed on probation In the court Antldisease 'Strike Day' is based here Barbara Bridgewater has been named an area coordinator in Alameda County for a community-state effort against four diseases that are epidemic in California Her head quarters will be in Berkeley She will take temporary leave from her duties with the State's Health and Welfare Agency as a public health chemist in the sanitation and radiation laboratory so as to work on the crisis program Her responsibilities will include the coordinating of activities by service clubs organizations and Individuals who will participate in Strike Day activity Dec S HEADQUARTERS for her area will be at 739 Allston Way The area includes all of north and western Alameda County The purpose of Strike Day Is to alert Californians to the four diseases — venereal dental alcoholism and drug abuse "Ignorance is proving costly in dollars and in bad health to millions Each of Future studies expert to speak at Merritt Dr Lucile Green an innovator in "future studies" and world education will be the featured speaker in the Merritt College "America in Crisis" series lecture tomorrow replacing Mills instructor Merrill Provence whose ap-- pearance was cancelled due to illness Dr Green will speak on the originally-scheduled topic "Decisions for Tomorrow" at 8 pm in the Merritt Student Center 12500 Campus Drive In East Oakland THE "AMERICA in Crisis" serlis which offers free lectures on current problems by eminent scholars and public figures is co-sponsored by Merritt Community Services and the Council for Philosophical Studies through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities In her lecture Dr Green will explore what she terms Ensemble will play The University of California's Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform at 8 pm Friday at Hertz Hall on the campus Works In the program will be Dahl's "Sinfonietta for Concert Band" and the American premiere of a Japa nese work "Symphonic Movement" by Hoshima Conductor James Berdahl has served as adjudicator at festivals clinician and director of honor bands in the east middle west and west He was clinician and guest conductor on Japanese islands of Honshu Kyushu and Shikoku in 1971-72 The concert is sponsored by the Committee for Arts and Lectures and the Department of Music Tic ke t s are 50 cents Charge at the door these diseases can be avoided prevented and cured Too many don't know what to do where to go who to see when they are suspicious of symptoms Some don't know the sumptoms" she said "OVER 30000 members of service clubs and other individuals will try to let all Californians know the facts on the four diseases on Dec 8" she said Then will come follow up programs But first we will get under way with this informational Strike Day effort We've got to be successful or else too many will suffer too greatly from the avoidable consequences of these crippling diseases" Service clubs and organizations participating include Rotary Kiwanis Jaycees League of Women Voters Junior League Lions Optimists Parent Teachers Ass oci a t i on Council of Chur c he s Soroptimists American Legion Salvation Army YMCA and YWCA and the American Association of University Women the "new ethic" — changes in consciousness and world view and how these changes will affect the future and the decisions we make now for the future A DISTINGUISHED author and educator Dr Gree established the humanities department at Merritt College where she has taught since 1957 Through curriculum she developed Merritt became one of the first colleges in the country to offer courses of study on the future such as the current highly successful speaker-film course "Anticipating the Future: Toward Century 21" Currently president of the Academy of World Studies San Francisco Dr Green was an elected delegate to the first World Constitution Convention in Switzerland in 1968 Zambia police seize Britisher SALISBURY Rhodesia (AP) — Zambian police have seized a white employe of the Central African Power Corp on the Rhodesian side of the Kariba Dam wall running between the two countries the Rhodesian government announced Friday A statement named the held man as a British national called Coles and added Zambian police also tried unsuccessfully to detain a white Rhodesian customs inspector Victory or death talk by Lon Noi PHNOM PENH (UPI) — Cambodian President Lon Nol today predicted his government would crush an expected Communist offensive during the coming dry season but warned if the North Vietnamese are the victors "they will kill us all" IrC I WEEKLY SCOREBOARD OF THE COURTS room of Judge Stan le P Go Ide two defendants stand convicted of drug traffic one for sole of hard drugs the other for possession for sale of hard drugs The State Penal Cod specifies a prison sentence in each case The recent report of the Governor's Select Committee on Low Enforcement Problems recommends "Make a prison senten:e for convicted narcotics pushers the general rule rather than the exception" Judge Gold granted probation to each of the convicted drug traffickers a CLO spokesman said Cold war expert to see FBI file NORTHAMPTON Mass (AP) — An expert on the cold war is about to open the FBI's files on the Hiss and Rosenberg espionage cases Allen Weinstein 36 associate professor of history and director of the Smith College American studies program has been granted permission to study the material by FBI Director Clarence Kelley Kelley's action came under a new departmental policy ordered earlier this year by then Atty Gen Elliot L Richardson who said historians should have access to the files on cases that were at least 15 years old The decision settled out of court a suit Weinstein had filed last year in an attempt to force the FBI to release the 53000-page Hiss file The 25000-page Rosenberg file is being made available through a separate decision Weinstein said Friday the FBI can retain the right to classify some of the information if it feels individual rights of privacy or national security would be violated Although he praised the bureau's cooperation Weinstein said he would go to court if the FBI withheld information he felt he needed PM0 PUBLIC NOTICE taA10oftsookaftok NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY FC 65246 PC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on December 6 1973 at the hour of 11:00 am in the lobby of the office of NORTHWESTERN TITLE COMPANY OF ALAMEDA COUNTY corporation located at 1615 Webster Street in the City of Oakland State of California NORTHWESTERN TITLE COMPANY OF ALAMEDA COUNTY a corporation as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to the herein referred to Deed of Trust will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash (payable at time of Sale in lawful money of the United States) all right title and inter est conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the following real property situated in the City of Berkeley County of Alameda State of California and described as: PORTION of Subdivision "K" and "L" Lot 5 Map of Subdivision of Portion of Lots 5 and 6 block 5 and Lots 7 and 8 in Block 6 of the College Homestead filed October 6 1879 in Book 1 of Maps at Page 1 7 7 Alameda County Records described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of Dana Street distant thereon Southerly 48 feet 6 inches f rom the intersection thereof with the Southern line of Chaffing Way as said street and way are shown on the map herein referred to running thence Southerly along said line of Dana Street 44 feet thence at right angles Westerly 100 feet thence at right angles northerly 44 feet thence at right angles Easterly 100 feet to the point of beginning The street address and other common designation if any of the real property described above is purported to be: 2402-2404 Dana Street The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation if any shown herein SAID SALE will be made but without covenant or warranty expressed or implied regarding title possession or encumbrances or as to insurability of title to pay the remaining principal sum of the Note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust to Wit $2160993 with interest thereon as provided in said Note(s) advances if any under the terms of said Deed of Trust fees charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust executed by: SI CHIU IOU a married man t o : NORTHWESTERN TITLE COMPANY of Alameda County a corporation as Trustee for the benefit and security of: MARY M VAUGHN as Beneficiary dated January 20 1972 and recorded March 30 1972 in Reel 3094 of Official Records of Alameda County as Image 384 under Recorder's Series No 72-40902 THAT Notice of Breach of said obligation and election to sell said real property was recorded in the office of the County Recorder of said Alameda County on July 19 1973 in Reel 3467 of Official Records at Image 718 under Recorder's Series No 73-97777 The Beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Delcaration of Default and Demand for Sale and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county where the real property is located THE BENEFICIARY or any other person or persons may Purchase at said Sale DATED THIS 5th day of November 1973 NORTHWESTERN TITLE COMPANY OF ALAMEDA COUNTY By: Edward W Shaugnessy Vice President G-25247 Nov 12 19 26 Dec 3 1973 Public Auction Date: November 20 1973 Time: 830 AM Place: M Jessup Company The following item of refused on-hand freight is offered for sale under the terms of the bill of lading for the benefit of Associatod Freight Lines Pt Bill Number Consignee 6048468 Murray B Marsh San Leandro Pieces Description 1 Carpet We reserve the right to bid for benefit of Associated Freight Lines The terms of sale are all cash at the time of sale M Jessup Company Agent for Associated Freight Lines M R JESSUP G-25262 — Nov 16 19 1973 14 INDEPENDENTGAZETTE Mon Nov 19 1973-2 Many requests for pipeline jobs ANCHORAGE Alaska (UP!) — The Alyeska Pipeline Service Co says it is receiving 100 requests every day for jobs building the trans-Alaska oil pipeline But the company said construction "cannot begin until all appropriate government agency permits are issued" WwAftws PUBLIC NOTICE 01000000"WMoWaWatokAokamm""0 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as: EUPSYCHIA at 2213 Vine St Berkeley Ca 94709 — Daniel C Fischer 2213 Vine St Berkeley Ca 94709 This business is conducted by an individual Signature of: Daniel C Fischer Individual CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the original on file In my off tee Dated: Nov 8 1973 - Jack G Blue Clerk By: Marie Creseal Deputy (SEAL) Alameda Co No 08856 G-25251 Nov 12 19 26 Dee 3 1973 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT Alameda Co No 08831 The following persons are doing business as: CANTIN ASSOCIATES at 2008 McGee Avenue Berkeley Calif 94701 — A Mackenzie Cantin PO Box 1034 Berkeley Calif 94701 (26 Spyglass Hill Oakland CA 94618) — Norma T Cantin PO Box 1034 Berkeley Calif 94701 (26 Spyglass Hill Oakland CA 94618) This business is conducted by an unincorporated association other than a partnership Signed: A MACKENZIE CANTIN An Individual CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the original on file in my office Dated: Nov 2 1973 JACK G BLUE Clerk By: M YOKOMIZO Deputy Clerk G-25239 — Nov 5 12 19 26 1973 Funeral Notices MAPLES: In Pim) le California en November 15 1973 J W Map les of Pino le California Husband of Mrs Dorothy Maples of Pinole California Father of Mrs Marice Lindsey of Lewtscville Texas and DOU91a3 PRY Maples of Pino le California Brother of Mrs Nellie Rodriguez of Hayward California and Mrs Myrtle Atwell of Whittier California Mr Maples Is also survived by 4 grandchildren A member of First Southern Baptist Church Pino le California A native of Grandview Texas aged SO years Friends are Invited to attend tuner el services conducted at the Civic Center Chapel Of the WILSON and KRATZER MORTUARIES 24th Street at Barrett Avenue Richmond California on Monday November 19 1973 a t 10:30 am Concluding services will follow at ROLLING HILLS MEMORIAL PARK Richmond California Visiting hours until 9:00 pm For further informatiOn please telephone 2324383 (11-172t) TURPEN: In San Pablo California on November 16 1973 Elbert James Turpen of 1911 Wilcox Avenue San Pablo California Husband of Marie Turpen of San Pablo California Father of Howard Turpen of Castro Valley California Brother of Aaron Turpen Of San Jose California and Floyd Turpen of Santa Rosa California Mr Turpen is also survived by 7 two grandchildren A member of Ship Clerks Union Local No 34 of San Francisco California A native of Santa Clara California aged Mt years Friends ere invited toattend neral services conducted by the Rev - Palmr Watson of the MacArthur Community Baptist Church at the Civic Center Chapel of the WILSON and KRATZER MORTUARIES 24th Street at Barrett Avenue Richmond California on Monday November 19 1973 at 2:30 pm Visiting hours until '- 900 pm For further information please telephone 232-4383 (11-1720 - FLORIST DIRECTORY ADACHI FLORIST El Cerrito 235-4666 El Sobrante 223-6711 El SOBRANTE FLORIST 223-7950 PARK FLORIST 2015 MACDONALD AVE 2154445 WINTERS RORIST 2548 Macdonald Ave 234-1147 FLORIST DIRECTORY DARLING FLOWER SHOP 2008 University Ave Berkeley t Two stores 843-7044 f Major Credit Cards by Phone FUNERAL DIRECTORY For Those Who Cherish Economy Elegance and Service OUR 26th YEAR BERKELEY H I L L5f26 MORTUARY-I1600 SHATTUCK AVE at CEDAR THarnwall 1-2300 No Fuss Funeral DEL MAR PLAN: Removal — Cremation Disposition by Scattering S250 TERRA PLAN: Removal — Simple Casket Burial in NONENDOWED COUNTRY CEMETERY $350 Serving the Entire Bay Area 2414 Grove St Berkeley Phone: (415) 841-2538 State of Calif License 446 STATE COUNTY CLASS F CATION NO PRISON JAI CYA CRC FINED PROBATION TPA 2 I I z — RAFE ROBSERY 7 s ASSAULT LLEALPcssON 3 OF APONS I bURCLARY THEFT Z I 2 RECE STOL EN PP Crl 'ITV 2 TOTAL —S -S GMC TRUCKS ilicasitEcTio BES -BEAL BES Ertl o c 035 - 4 3 LEAS 1 Cf50R111) ROE OUR I DA COBTESE -0 A t t I chmon ) dismml 1 t ''' 0 i ' ' '3' t Si VJ:: f Cto st A1 It 'N 1 4' t ! 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