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A-20 Santa Cruz Sentinel Obituaries John Ross Talbot Funeril services will be today for John Ross Talbot, 56, who died Tuesday. Born in Toronto, Canada, Mr. Talbot moved to Santa Cruz County in 1971. He was a clerk for Alber-tsons Market for 15 years. He also constructed train models. Mr. Talbot is survived by his wife, Peggy Talbot of Soquel; two sons, John Talbot Jr. of Soquel, and Rodney Talbot of Hollister; two daughters, Denise Kincade of Santa Cruz and Kimberly Talbot of Morgan Hill; three sisters, Helen Eade, Doris Quinn, Muriel Lynch and Joan Gaudet, all of Canada; and three brothers, Robert Talbot, Lawrence Talbot and C.A. Talbot, all of Canada; and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 11 this morning at Norman's Family Chapel, 3620 Soquel Drive, Soquel. Visitation will be private. Private interment will be in Oak-wood Memorial Park. Mary Perani Funeral services will be held Monday for Mary Perani who died Wednesday in Santa Rosa following a brief illness. She was 67. Born in Casnigo, Italy, Mrs. Perani lived in the Santa Cruz Area for more than 20 years. In the 1960s, she could be seen taking walks in Capitola with her pet peacock. Mrs. Perani is survived by her daughter, Georgia Turkovich of Seattle, Wash.; one granddaughter and a great granddaughter. Her daughter Arlene Turkovich died in 1961. Norman's Family Chapel, 3620 Soquel Drive, Soquel, is in charge of an aiigemeiua. Graveside services will be Monday 10:30 a.m. at Holy Cross Cemetery on Seventh Avenue. Daniel H. Fillmore Memorial services will be Saturday for Daniel H. Fillmore, who died Wednesday at a local hospital after a short illness. He was 78. A native of Salem, Utah, and a graduate of both the University of Utah and the University of Chicago, Mr. Fillmore served 30 years with the U.S. Public Health Department. He rose to the position of public health administrator. In World War II. Mr. Fillmore held the rank of captain in the U.S. Public Health Service. Moving to Santa Cruz in 1968 with his wife Genevieve, he became executive director of the Santa Cruz County Commission on Senior Affairs. He was also instrumental in the development and founding of the Santa Cruz Stroke Activity Center and four other senior activity centers. Mr. Fillmore was a member of the Monterey Bay Rose Society, the National Association of Retired Feder Lnr will release report on tour SACRAMENTO (AP) - The California Highway Patrol plans to release today the findings from its investigation of the May 30 tour bus crash into the Walker River that killed 21 elderly people. The nearly 400-page report, compiled by the Multi-Disciplinary Accident Investigation Team over about three months, already has been turned over to the district attorney's office in Mono County, where the accident occurred, CHP spokeswoman Diane Foster said Thursday. Deputy District Attorney George Deukmejian By McClatchy News Service SACRAMENTO Although sup-oorters contend it is not enoueh. Gov. George Deukmejian signed a massive $4 billion, five-year construction program Thursday designed to relieve current and projected overcrowding in school dis-. tricts statewide. The major bill in the four-measure package gives school districts the right to impose developer fees of up to $1.50 per square foot for residen-. tial property and 25 cents per square foot for industrial and commercial uunuiligs. Another bill in the package appropriates $150 million per year from the state tidelands oil fund. That money, coupled with the fees and the receipts from an $800 million bond measure expected to pass in Day-care operators accused of using DALY CITY (AP) - Operators of a day-care program here have been accused of using an electric stun gun to disclipine youngsters, police said Thursday. Max and Frances Santiago's daycare operation has been under investigation since last Thursday, when a parent called police to say her child told her about "electrocutions," said Dennis Pinnatore, Daly City police juvenile officer. Police said 10 youngsters allegedly Friday, Sept. 19, 1986 al Employees and the National Association of Retired persons. He is survived by his wife, Genevieve Fillmore of Santa Cruz; one son, David L. Fillmore of Nazareth, Penn.; one daughter, Ann Fillmore of Portland, Ore.; three brothers, Leslie Filmore, Earl Fillmore and Wayne Fillmore, all of Idaho; three sisters, Leah Fishback, Donna Barnum, and Ca role Schaner, all of Idaho. Norman's Family Chapel, 3620 Soquel Drive, is in charge of arrangements. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Dominican Hospital Chapel, 1555 Soquel Drive. Interment will be private. Contributions to the Stroke Club Memorial Fund, 208 Windham St., or the Stroke Activity Center at Cabrillo College are preferred. Velma L Weisbrod Memorial services will be Saturday for Velma L. Weisbrod, a longtime Soquel resident who died Monday at a local hospital. She was 77. A native of Covina, Mrs. Weisbrod came to Soquel from Pacific Grove in 1970. She was active in the Santa Cruz and Mid County senior citizens groups. She also enjoyed square dancing. Mrs. Weisbrod was a member of the Soquel Congregational Church. She is survived by her husband, Albert B. Weisbrod of Soquel; three sons, Roger Weisbrod of Salinas, Dennis Weisbrod of Holland and Stephen Weisbrod of Denmark; one brother, Elbert Laycook of Redlands; two sisters, Roberta Waters of Redland and Elice Neher of Oroville; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Private cremation was at Soquel Crematory. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the clubhouse of Soquel Glen Mobile Home Park, 5470 Soquel Drive, Soquel. The Rev. Dale W. Baker will preside. Irvin M. Smith and Sons, Chapel of the Four Seasons, is in charge of arrangements. Contributions to a favored charity are preferred. Fred E. Crafton Funeral services have been held in Missouri for Fred E. Crafton of Santa Cruz who died there while on vacation following a brief illness. He was 80. A Missouri native, Mr. Crafton moved to San Francisco in 1906 and to Santa Cruz in 1971. He was a member of Holy Cross Church and of Santa Cruz Elks Lodge No. 821. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Melba Crafton. She has moved to Tennessee following her husband's death. Private cremation with committal in the Ozark Mountains took place this week. Booth says he is reviewing all the information available to his office and is not relying on only the CHP report. "Everybody expects me to read this report and do what I'm going to do, but that's just not the case," he said. "We're not a rubber stamp for the CHP." Booth says he expects to have a decision by the end of this month, but would not be attending the Sept. 23-24 National Transportation Safety Board hearings on the crash, in Sparks, Nev. signs $4 billion package November, would help districts cope with an estimated 25 percent increase in the number of school-age children by 1995, supporters said. But to provide the $4 billion total, an $800 million bond measure probably will be required in both 1988 and 1990, said Karen Steentofte, senior legislative advocate for the California School Boards Association. "The governor's package doesn't add up to $4 billion," Steentofte said. "It's not out there yet, and we don't like to count it until it is." Kevin Brett, a Deukemjian spokesman, said only two bond measures, in November and in 1988, were required to reach the $4 billion total. Brett said the tidelands oil revenue would provide $600 million, the 'two bond measures would add $1.6 billion, and the developer fees would make up the difference. were shocked over the past year, including four infants. Pinnatore said other parents also have come forward and five children from the ages of 3 to 6 have told investigators they were disciplined with a battery-operated device. Investigators from the Department of Social Services and San Mateo County Child Protective Services have joined the police inquiry. "Some were shocked for talking while they were supposed to be tak Veteran character actor Murray Hamilton dies WASHINGTON, N.C. (AP) -Murray Hamilton, a veteran character actor perhaps best known for his role as the mayor of a tourist community terrorized by a great white shark in "Jaws," has died of cancer at age 63. Hamilton was known for his ability to portray with sensitivity a sincere but sometimes misguided character and was often cast in the role of a villain. Soon after "Jaws" was released in 1975, it became the most popular film to that Murray Hamilton time. That gave Hamilton a role in two of the top 10 pictures to that date, "Jaws" and "The Graduate," a 1967 film then eighth on the all-time list. In "The Graduate," he played the husband of the seductive Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). He co-starred in "The Last Days of Patton," shown Sunday night on CBS. He also appeared in "Jaws II," "The Way We Were," "The Ex-boyfriend arrested in Benicia girl's death BENICIA (AP) A young man was admitted to Napa State Hospital for observation following his arrest in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend on the Benicia High School campus, police said. Leonard Rubio, 18, of Benicia, was booked for investigation of murder in the death Thursday of Heather Dunn, 15, said Benicia police Lt. Mach Myovich. Solano County mental health officials recommended that Rubio be held at the mental hospital in Napa for "at least a 72-hour evaluation period," Myovich said. Police said Rubio was arrested at the campus after officersfound him kneeling and cradling the unconscious girl in his arms. A .38-caliber gun was found nearby, officers said. Witnesses reported that Rubio had ridden his bicycle to the school and argued with Dunn during a break between classes. "He was crying and saying he didn't know it was loaded," student Shon Seism said. The shooting rocked the small town of 23,000, located along the Car-quinez Strait about 30 miles northeast of San Francisco. Mayor Marilyn O'Rourke, a former teacher, said she would help out today as a substitute teacher at Board Vice Chairwoman Patricia Goldman, who will preside over the hearings, said 17 people were expected to testify in that part of the board's investigation. She said the board's final report would not be completed for several more months. The Starline Sightseeing Tour bus plunged off U.S. 395 into the raging river near Walker, about 90 miles south of Reno, Nev., while carrying a group of mostly elderly people back to a Santa Monica retirement home after a four-day outing in Reno. The bodies of some of the victims Legislation to place an $800 million bond measure on the 1988 ballot was defeated in the Senate last month. There is no disagreement that California's schools are in need of more classroom space. Steentoft said the state's school-age popu- lation began growing a few years ago at an annual rate of 100,000 children, and that rate is expected to continue until 1995. She said the increase is attributable mainly to immigration from other countries and other states, and to the children of the so-called "baby-boomer" generation. The main bill in the package, by Assemblyman Larry Stirling, R-San Diego, grants school districts the right to levy developer fees to provide money for permanent build ing a nap," he said. "The kids said the stun gun was even used on the feet of little babies," said Pinnatore. The couple could not be reached for comment about the police allegations. The Santiagos have operated a family day-care center since 1970 with no prior complaints, the state Department of Social Services reported. Deputy District Attorney Elaine Tipton said she will meet Friday Amityville Horror," "No Time For Sergeants," "No Way to Treat a Lady," "The Boston Strangler," "If It's Tuesday This Must Be Belgium" and "Brubaker." The Los Angeles Times, quoting agent Tom Korman, said Hamilton had been scheduled to return to Hol-lywood to appear as Rue McClanahan's father in another segment of the popular "Golden Girls" television series. Hamilton reportedly had fought lung cancer for several months, and worked almost until his death, The Times said. He died Sept. 1 at Beaufort County Hospital. Hamilton performed with Henry Fonda in the Broadway production of "Mr. Roberts," then he was cast in numerous film roles. He also appeared such television shows as "Murder, She Wrote," "McMillan and Wife," "Barnaby Jones," "Police Story," "Cannon," "McCloud," "Alice," "The Bold Ones," and "Mission Impossible." Hamilton lived in New York most of his life but recently had returned to his hometown. Survivors include his wife, Terri DeMarco Hamilton, and a son, David Honeycutt Hamilton of Washington. Private graveside services were held here. Benicia High. "It's a small community," she said. "When anything terrible or wonderful happens, everybody rallies together." Benicia Unified School District Superintendent Jon Slezak said a Thursday night school board meeting was canceled so that school officials could give their attention to preparing for school today. He said psychologists and counselors will help students to deal with the tragedy. "People hurt real bad," he said. "There's a lot to talk about ... I don't know if we can make any sense of it." Police Chief Pierre Bidou said Rubio will be charged with murder by the Solano County district attorney's office. School principal Laura Stephenson said Rubio had been active in football and track before graduating and was "a very personable kid." In its editions today, the Vallejo Times-Herald quoted students as saying Rubio had trouble at home and decided to enlist in the Army after learning he couldn't attend col-. lege. "I think that's the thing that's striking everyone so deeply," said Stephenson. "This is a community of good kids." bus crash were recovered as far as 15 miles downstream from the crash in the river, which was near flood stage because of runoff from melting snow. The accident, the nation's worst bus crash in nearly six years, also injured 20 people. Ernst Klimeck, the 47-year-old driver who survived the crash, had been cited for speeding four times in the past 2 years and had been involved in two accidents, one while driving a Starline bus, according to the CHP. for schools ings. Currently, only cities and counties can impose such fees. Steentofte said the average fee would total about $2,500, since the average single-family home is about 1,350 square feet. Stirling's bill also appropriates $30 million in federal funds for air conditioning and insulation for year-round schools. Another bill, by Sen. Leroy Greene, D-Carmichael, increases the number of districts eligible for state aid. It also increases the standard for the amount of space each pupil should be allotted when classroom construction is planned. A measure by Sen. John Seymour, R-Anaheim, authorizes the spending from the tidelands oil fund, and a bill by Assemblywoman Maxine Waters, D-Los Angeles, makes technical changes in the other bills. stun guns with pediatricians and stun gun ex,-perts to decide whether to file felony or misdemeanor charges in connection with the allegations. Stun guns administer shocks through two small electrodes. Investigators searched the Santiago home but did not find such a device, police said. The gun does not produce apparent bums or wounds but is painful, said Pinnatore. "The children said it was very much like sticking your finger in an exposed light socket," he said. Vital statistics BIRTHS Dominican Hospital DAVENPORT - Aug. 22 at )1:48 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lee Davenport (Julia Copple), 221 Seaborg Place, a 6-pound, 2-ounce girl, Anna Elizabeth. BLAK.E - Aug. 29 at 5:12 p.m to Catherine Ann Manuele and Daniel Joseph Blake, 512 Fifth Ave., a 7-pound, 12Vi-ounce girl, Kalani Grace. SWEET Aug. 29 at 8:33 a.m. to Tessa Dannette Perez and Daniel Sweet, 5998 Teresa, San Jose, a 5-pound, 9Va-ounce girl, Stephanie Nicole. GOLDMAN - Aug. 31 at6:31 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Michael James Goldman ( Karen Monique Phariss), 2526Mattison Lane, an 8-pound, 12Va-ounce boy, Jamie Lee. LI KINS - Aug. 3 at 4:06 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Edward Likins (Carrie Marie Kephart), 130 Anita St., an 8-pound, lOMi-ounce girl, Heather Nicole. GARCIA Sept. 1 at 7:13 p.m. to Barbara Anne Stout and Manuel Juan Garcia, 5942 Freedom Blvd., Aptos, a 6-pound, 11-ounce girl, Alicia Rose. HAWKINS - Sept. 1 at 4:24 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Robert Hawkins (Virgina Maria Luna), 504 Bonita Dive, Aptos, a 7-pound, 24-ounce girl, Karen Christine. KARSJENS Sept. 1 at 12:47 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Berned James Karslens (Karln Sue Foster), 3410 Glen Canyon Road, Scotts Valley, a 6-pound, 15va-ounce boy,Evan Foster. McCONVILLE - Sept. 1 at 10:18 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Marion McConvllle (Kathleen Helen McGranahan), 2318 Mat-tison Lane, a 7'pound, 5-ounce girl, Abigail Lindsay. WALLACE - Sept. 1 at 8:39 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Browning Wallace (Debbie Carol Krom), 116 McKay Road, Aptos, a 7-pound, 4-ounce boy, Shawn Christian. DUNBAR - Sept. 2 at 9:35 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Dunbar II (Jane Rowene Richards), 10937 Sequoia Ave., Felton, a 4-pound, 12'A-ounce boy, Robert Jake. GONZALEZ - Sept. 2 at 10:20 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Jose Luis Gonzalez (Veronica Guillend Moya), 50 Campbell St., 1, a 7-pound boy, Joshua. KEMP Sept. 2 at 5:49 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kemp (Margot Amelia Mlchaelis), 246 Kipling Ave., Ben Lomond, a 5-pound, 12Vi-ounce girl, Kendall Amelia. SIMMONS - Sept. 2 at 5:16 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Mark George Simmons ( Ramona Rae Mazzei), a 6-pound, 1-ounce boy, 1vark James. ZERBEY - Sept. 2 at 3:46 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Michael Zerbey (Melanie Jonelle Hofhanesian), 12089 Coleman Ave., Felton, a 5-pound, lO'i-ounce boy, Steven Michael. BERGER - Sept. 2 at 8:42 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Christian Jacques-Marie Berger (Denise Sylviane Henriette-Compin), 3330 Ledyard Way, Aptos, a 6-pound, lOlfc-ounce girl, Dayana Huguette Valenka. MORRIS - Sept. 3 at 11:53 p.m. to Janene Diane Morris, 552 14th Ave., a 7-pound, HVi-ounce girl, Breanna Nicole. BARRETT Sept. 3 at 11:02 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Barrett (Laurel Ann Damon), 77 Peace Drive, Watson-ville, a 7-pound, IVi-ouncegirl, Jana Lynn. GANZ - Sept. 3 at 8:34 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Ganz (Linda Sue Kahn), 5413 Branciforte Drive, a 6-pound, 8-ounce boy, Michael ian. HAMBLIN - Sept. 3 at 4:17 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Clayton Hamblin (June Bridget Gribben), Yacht Harbor, X33, a 6-pound, 14V4-ounce by, Christopher Curtis. BIRT - Sept. 4 at 11:10 p.m. to Tiffany Lynn Pascale and Dana Edward Birt , 48 Ml. Hermon Road, Scotts Valley, a 7-pound, 13V4-ounce boy, Brandon Reise. HOUCHEN - Sept. 4 at 2:49 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Keith William Houchen (Monica Abaring), 890 38th Ave., 73, a 9-pound, 5-ounce boy, Kyle Gene. MILLER - Sept. 4 at 12;19 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. John David Miller (Cathy Jo Metz), 1230 Prospect St., a 6-pound, 15-ounce girl Lauren Jo. MILNE Sept. 4 at 3:28 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Keith James Milne (April Renae Ollig), 145 Creek Court, Boulder Creek, a 7-pound, 2'4-ounce girl, Carynn Marie. ARSENAULT Sept. 5 at 9:41 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Joseph Arsenault (Lori Alison Chambers), 594 Redwood Drive, an 8-pound, 1-ounce boy, Steven Van Vleck. HANSMANN - Sept. 5 at 7:48 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Marc Hansmann (Julie Ellen Phair), 216 National St., a 6-pound, 7-ounce boy, John Phair. MUNOZ - Sept. 6 at 9:45 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Alex James Munoz (Tina Marie Ollmpio), 30 Fair Ave., Davenport, a 6-pound, 3V2-ounce boy, Michael James. BERGER - Sept. 2 at 8:42 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Christian Jacques-Marie Berger (Denise Sylviane Henriette Compin), 3330 Ledyard Way, Aptos, a 6-pound, IO'4-ounce girl, Dyana Huguette Valenka. MORRIS Sept. 3 at 11:53 p.m. to Janene Diane, 552 14th Ave., a 7-pound, HVa-ounce girl, Breanna Nicole. Auto union will oppose drug testing DETROIT (AP) - The United Auto Workers union has adopted a substance abuse policy that opposes drug testing and supports programs aimed at encouraging early treatment of drug users, the union says. The policy adopted Wednesday by the 1.1-million-member union's international executive board rejects "the philosophy advocated by some that drug testing and punitive measures are the answer to substance abuse," the union said in a statement Thursday. The policy says every worker has the right to privacy and that worker evaluations should be based on job performance. "Our efforts must Be geared to removing the addiction and that can only be accomplished by making certain that those addicted to drugs or alcohol are treated for their illnesses, not fired for it," the statement said. In contracts with the Big Three automakers and other major employers, the union has adopted programs to assist workers suffering from alcoholism or drug dependency through referrals to appropriate treatment centers, it said. Actress Heather Thomas undergoes leg surgery SANTA MONICA (AP) - Actress Heather Thomas underwent six hours of plastic and othopedic surgery Thursday on her legs, which were factured when a car hit her. "Her physician, Dr. Steve Hoef-flin, remains hopeful of a good prognosis," said a statement released Thursday night by St. John's.Hopital. "Miss Thomas continues to be listed in stable condition." Thomas first underwent plastic surgery Wednesday to repair the injuries she sustained in Tuesday's accident. BALCOM - Aug. lOat 11:35 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Balcom (Christie), 7 Man-zanita, Mt. Hermon, a 7-pound boy, Bradley. BUNCH - Aug. 16 at 8:30 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Rory Bunch (Kathy), 205 Buena Vista, Boulder Creek; an 8-pound8 ounce girl , Emily Dora. ZANGER - Aug. 20 at 4:45 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zanger (Megan), 1452 Lockhart Gulch, Scotts Valley, a 7-pound boy, Zachary. FUNERALS NODMANcV family cluipd PERANI - In Santa Rosa, California on September 17, 1986. Mrs. Mary Perani. Survived by her daughter, Georgia Turkovich of Seattle, Washington,- grand-daught4er, Heather Berkley and a great-grand-daughter, Krlstyn Berkley both of Seattle, Washington. Native of Caslgno, Italy, aged 67 years. Graveside services will be conducted at Holy Cross Cemetery, Seventh Ave., Santa Cruz, Monday, September 22, 1986 beginning at 10:30 a.m. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Norman's Family Chapel (Gary Benito, director), 3620 Soquel Dr., Soquel in charge of arrangements. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery, Santa Cruz 9,19,223 FILLMORE - In Santa Cruz, California on September 17, 1986. Mr. Daniel H. Fillmore. Survived by his wife, Genevieve Fillmore of Santa Cruz; a son, David L. Fillmore of Nazareth, Pennsylvania; a daughter, Ann Fillmore of Portland, Oregon; also survived by his three brothers, Leslie Fillmore, M.D., Earl Fillmore, and Wayne Fillmore all of Idaho; his three sisters, Leah Fishback, Donna Barnum, and Carole Schaner all residing in Idaho; his four grandchildren, Christopher Hughes Fillmore and Danielle Fillmore of PA & Kenneth Laurldsen and Daniel Slger of Oregon. Native of Salem, Utah, aged 78 years. Member of Monterey Bay Rose Society, National Assoc. of Retired Federal Employees, National Assoc. of Retired Persons. Memorial services will be conducted at Dominican Hospital Chapel, 155S Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz on Saturday, September 20, 1986 beginning at 1 lo'clock a.m. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Arrangements are under the direction of Norman's Family Chapel, 3620 Soquel Dr., Soquel (Vince Aizaro, Director). Contributions to Stroke Club Memorial Fund, 208 Windham St., Santa Cruz, CA 95062 or Stroke Acltivity Center, co Cabrillo College 9,19,223 EMLEN In Santa Cruz, California on September 17, 1986. Mrs. Joycelyn A. Emlen. Survived by her husband, William W. Emlen; a son, William F. Emlen, both of Santa Cruz; her father, John Matranga of San Jose; two sisters, Juanita Boysen of Saratoga and Norma Young of Los Gatos; a granddaughter, Kristin Emien of Santa Cruz. Native of San Jose, aged 54 years. Member of Star of Sea Catholic Church, Director Santa Cruz Easter Seals Society, Pasatiempo's Women's Golf Club. Services will be conducted at Star of Sea Catholic Church, 515 Frederick St., Santa Cruz where a Rosary and Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated commencing at 7:30 p.m. Friday, September 19, 1986. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Friends may call at Norman's Family Chapel (Norman Benito, director), 3620 Soquel Dr., Soquel from noon till 5:00 p.m. Friday. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Saturday at 9:00 a.m. . 9,18,222 3620 SOQUEL DRIVE SOQUEL 476-6211 IRVIN M. SMITH AV SONS cfupelofthe Four seasons WEISBROD In Santa Cruz, California, on September 15, 1986. Mrs. Velma L. Weisbrod. Survived by her husband, Albert B. Weisbrod of Soquel; her three sons, roger Weisbrod of Salinas, Dennis Weisbrod of Holland and Stephen Weisbrod of Denmark; her brother, Elbert Laycook of Redlands; her two sisters, Roberta Waters of Redlands, and Elice Neher of Oroville; grandmother of four; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Native of Covina, aged 77 years. Member of Congregational Church of Soquel; Santa Cruz and Mid-County Senior Citizens Opportunities; Choraleers. Memorial services will be conducted at the clubhouse at Soquel Glen Mobile Home Park, 5470 Soquel Drive, Soquel, Saturday, September 20, 1986 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Dale W. Baker of Pacific Grove officiating. Irvin M. Smith and Sons, Chapel of the Four Seasons, In charge ot arrangements. Private cremation was held at Soquel Crematory, Soquel. Contributions to your favorite chairty preferred 9,19,223 IRVIN M. SMITH & SONS KENNETH D. FERGUSON. ' Funeral Directors 1050 CAYUGA ST.. SANTA CRUZ 423-5721 ARNOLDS Funerals Cremations Burials SHALLCROSS In Soquel, CA on September I?, 1986. Mrs. Elva N. Shallcross. Survived by her good friends, Cindy and Don Lash of Soquel. Native of San Jacinto, aged 95 years. . Cremation services were conducted at Arnold's Funeral Home, 1902 Ocean St. Exension, Santa Cruz, Monday, September 15, 1986. Interment in Oakwood Memorial Park, Santa Cruz. Contributions to your favorite charity preferred 9,17,222 425-1902 ARNOLD'S FUNERAL HOME the "Finest Pcrwonml Service" 1902 Ocean Street Santa Crux JUTKINS - In Santa Cruz, California on September 14, 1986. Mr. Everett M. Jutklns. Survived by his wife, Elfrieda Jutklns of Santa Cruz; son, Charles Jutklns also of Santa Cruz. Native of Effingham, Illinois, aged 74 years. Member of Messiah Lutheran Church, Santa Cruz. He owned , operated the Polar Radiator Shop in Santa Cruz for 34 years prior to his retirement In 1984. Family services were conducted at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 801 High St., Santa Cruz, Rev James Zimmerman officiating. Santa Cruz Watsonvllle Cremation Service, 1570 Soquel Dr , Santa Cruz In charge of arrangements. Private ' Interment. Contributions fo the American Cancer Society preferred 9,17,222 475-6880 Santa Cruz Cremation Service 1570 Soquel Drive Santa Cruz 95060 (Crematiox)

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