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Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California • Page 4

Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California • Page 4

San Rafael, California
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4 Wednesday, April 4, 1973 OBITUARIES CONSUMER DEVELOP Continued from page 1 consumer advocate Sylvia M. Siegel of Mill Valley, head of the ad hoc committee, finished outlining her proposal for an all powerful consumer protection agency. The cost would be $65,000 the first year. That proposal was lost in the shuffle as supervisors concentrated on proposal and its possibility of state funding. Meanwhile, representatives of the Better Business Bureau, San Rafael Chamber of Commerce and Novato Chamber of Commerce urged no agency be established. The business community, through the Better Business Bureau, can police its own, they told the board the Better Business Bureau had been doing all they say they have been doing there wouldn't be this grass roots movement for a consumer protection Supervisor Michael Wornum said to the delight of audience members in support of the proposal. On his motion, the board voted 3-2 to authorize the pilot program determine the and to await a decision by the state whether to fund the district regional program. Supervisor Peter R. Arrigoni after a dispute with Baptiste over the wording of Worn- um's motion, voted against the measure, saying the county shold take no action until the state decides on the regional program. MAGEE Continued from page 1 County, about $600,000 costs were accrued, including about $60,000 for attorneys, according to Marin Auditor- Controller Michael Mitchell. trial lawyers, Robert D. Carrow of Novato and former U.S. Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark, who entered the trial in its latter stages, have not yet submitted bills. Magee, a wiry self-taught lawyer who has spent most of his adult life in prison, appeared tired but happy when the mistrial was declared, according to Associated Press. He shook hands with his defense attorneys and raised his fist in a salute. He had defended himself on the witness stand by denying he killed the judge and testifying he was swept up in the escape try because of his desire for freedom. The 34-ycar-oId Magee, who became known for courtroom outbursts, has long blamed his predicament on court-appointed attorneys and others in the. judicial systems. Through the years he has peppered the courts with hand-written petitions and writs. The staggering bill to try Magee probably will far exceed the estimated $730,000 it cost to try Miss Davis. (The $600,000 spent in Marin included some costs for security for Adult Center Funds Likely The Marin Community College District board is expected to approve an application for funds to support the Marin City Adult Self-Improvement Center when it meets at 7:30 p.m. today in room 101 of the College of Marin science building. The board also is scheduled to hear a progress report on the center, funded under the Adult Basic Education Supplement of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. in closed session to discuss the San Rafael Redevelopment court issue with legal counsel. Continued from page 1 opment agency can freeze the assessed valuation of the property for up to 20 years, so far as the county, San Rafael High School District, the Marin Community College District and other taxing agencies are concerned, and use any increased revenue to repay redevelopment financing. The agreement finally hammered out by County Counsel Douglas J. Maloney and Stephen Goldfarb, legal consultant to the redevlcopment agency, limits the city to a seven-year deadline for completion of its redevelopment projects, and includes a complicated formula for repaying the noncity agencies for tax revenue siphoned off. Baptiste welcomed an appeal by Betty Forry, president of the Marin Council for Civic Affairs, that the county continue its lawsuits against San Rafael. She said dropping the suits would free several other cities to begin redevelopment projects that would be costly to all other Marin taxpayers. nine months and at least 10 editorials in the Independent-Journal, this is the first public on redevelopment, Baptiste said. Winifred Fredericks of the Trate Taxpayers of Marin quickly declared that her organization also is on record against the redevelopment proposals. Martin Mackey of the Marin Ecumenical Association for Housing reported his group supports that will expand the county supply of low and moderate-income housing. Baptiste declared he is not opposed to redevelopment of downtown San Rafael, but rather to spreading the burden among the rest of the taxpayers to make up for revenue lost to the county. The downtown area's present $44 million assessed valuation is predicted to hit $165 million in 20 years, he said. Baptiste and Giacomini said they believed statements that the county probably could win its lawsuit to block freezing the revenues. Wornum disagreed and said the suits could cost the taxpayers considerable money. Wornum argued that the state redevelopment law sets no limits on the size of the projects and that the supervisors need the agreement with the city to set a precedent for the other cities. Winning the suit might allow downtown San Rafael to deteriorate, he said. would be a pyrrhic he added. Baptiste acidly noted that his hometown, Novato, has a $4 million flood control bond issue on the April 17 ballot. He suggested that he should support a redevelopment agency to enable the project to be financed by the rest of the county. Giacomini moved to veto nine of the proposed projects, including a recreation center and what he termed projects. He was unable to obtain a second. Roumiguiere moved the approval, with the reservation that the city must earmark part of its $2.3 million property purchase and contingency fund for low and middle-income housing. The city has yet to make its peace formally with the college district, which also filed a lawsuit against the redevelopment plan. Goldfarb said agreement on the proposed contract is expected this week from the college trustees. Hauke Coffee A coffee for Jerome C. Hauke, candidate for Marin Municipal Water District Board, Division 4, will be held at 8 p.m., tomorrow at the Jack Packard home at 643 Meadowsweet Drive, Corte Madera. BanTerge Non-Allergenic Ban Terge A unique protective skin creme. Softens Soothes Greaseless. Developed for industry, now available to general public. Appeal Light, moisturizing protective skin creme. Aid to cracked and chapped hands. Softens, conditions. Feet Treet An unusual and effective protective foot creme that deodorizes as it cools, refreshes and soothes tired feet. Beautifies feet for sandal wear. Organic Coconut Oil Shampoo Restores body texture and brings back the natural color in hair. Safe for all types of hair, controls dandruff. ALL AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING PAYLESS DRUG Terra Linda CORINTHIAN PHARM. Belvedere Dr. Herman H. Glass Dies At 80 Dr. Herman H. Glass, 80, retired chiropractor, died yesterday at a local hospital after a brief illness. He was a native of Lithuania and moved to Canada as a youngster. Dr. Glass graduated from College of Chiropractic Medicine in Davenport, Iowa. He had practiced in San Francisco, Marin County and in Santa Rosa for 23 years. He retired 11 years ago. Dr. Glass and his wife, Marie, moved to 64 Oakwood Drive Petaluma, four years ago. He is also survived by his son, Leonard Glass of Cleveland, Ohio; a stepdaughter, Jean Nelson of Castro Valley, and four grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Sorensen Funeral Home, Petaluma. Private urnment will be at Cypress Hill Memorial Park. EDWARD READ Edward M. Read, native and lifelong resident of San Rafael, died yesterday in a local hospital after a long illness. He was 57. He was employed as a gas meter repairman for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. for 37 years. He was a member of Pacific Service Employees Association, San Rafael Lodge No. 1108 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and San Rafael Vlunteer Fire Department. He joined the volunteer fire- FAIRFAX Continued from page 1 to meet members of the audience on an informal basis. of our employees didn't even know where the council agreed phone company officials. City leaders were introduced to company employees at the meeting and Kenneth (Doc) Edgar, a company employee who is also chairman of a group promoting passage of the $300,000 safety bond issue, passed out information on the bond election, according to Crowe. Leigh said that the Fairfax breakfast was part of a company civic affairs campaign, and predicted another breakfast meeting would be held this year with leaders of another Marin city, though he did not know which one. He said meeting with city leaders in San Ansel- tno and the county board of supervisors have been held by the company in past years. The Independent-Journal, tipped to the secret meeting at 8:15 a.m. and told by Gately on the phone that he was being introduced at a merely social arrived at the Deer Park Villa 20 minutes later to find a stream of departing city officials and company employees. TOMALES Continued from page 1 office, he said, was in the wildlife business, thus could be concerned only with the bay properties. Bagley noted that property values around Tomales Bay have been depressed because of Proposition 20 and the Marks vs. Whitney Supreme Court decision that upheld the public trust to use waters over private tidelands. Speculative ventures were killed by the proposition a nd court decision, offering the prospect of state purchase of lands at bargain prices. men 34 years ago when they were a major firefighting force in the fire department. The flag at the San Rafael fire station was flown at half staff today in his honor. He is survived by his wife, Alyce Read of the home at 115 Blossom Court; a daughter, Patricia McCormack of Corte Madera and a sister, Marjorie Eddy of Carmichael, Sacramento County. A Mass of the Resurrection will be offered for the repose of his soul at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Church. Rosary service will be at 8 p.m. today at Mortuary, San Rafael. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. MRS. LINO Zulmira G. Lino, of 305 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, died yesterday in a local hospital after a long illness. She was 90. She was born in the Azore Islands and came to Marin 69 years ago. She was a member of the SPRSI and the UPPEC of Mill Valley, the Our Lady of Fatima Society of Sausalito and the Altar Society of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Mill Valley. Mrs. Lino is survived by two daughters, Rose Homen of Mill Valley and Mary Moore of San Rafael; a brother, Anthony Oliveira of Sacramento and a sister, Anna Borges of Manteca, San Joaquin County, two grandchildren and three grandchildren. Mass of the Resurrection will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the church, with burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. today at Russell and Gooch Funeral Chapel, Mill Valley. The family asks that memorial gifts be made to a favorite charity. MRS. TEIXEIRA Mass of the Resurrection for Maria Avila Teixeira of Petaluma will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Church Petaluma. She deid Monday in a Novato hospital after a long illness. She was 72. She was bom in Erie, and came west when she was 19 with her first husband, Antonio Avila. They operated dairies in Napa County and Petaluma. He retired and he died in 1955. She married Antonio (Tony) Teixeira, a Bolinas dairyman, 15 years ago. When they retired, they moved to 731 Western Avenue, Petaluma. In addition to her husband, she is survived by four daughters, Theresa Brazil and Rose Sampson of Petaluma, Barbara Maciel of Sacramento and Mary Santos of Benecia, 15 grandchildren and 15 grandchildren. Rosary services will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow' at Mortuary, San Rafael. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Petaluma. NICODEMO BUCCHIANERI Nicodemo (Nick) Bucchianeri, father of Corrine Pelfini of San died yesterday in a local hospital after a long illness. He was born in Italy 81 years ago and came to this country as a young man of 16, first settling in Nevada. He mocd to San Francisco in 1926 where he was a commission merchant, conducting his own wholesale grocery business until he retired. Bucchianeri was a veteran of World War I and a member of Zane Irwin Post No. 93 of te American Legion. He is survived also by his wife, Irene Bucchianeri of San Francisco; a son, Dario Bucchianeri of San Francisco; three brothers, Agostino Bucchianeri and Virgilio Bucchianeri both of I LOST 600 POUNDS THE SAME 10 POUNDS 60 TIMES. DIETS? I'VE TRIED THEM ALL. 1. I lost weight so slowly, I got discouraged quit. 2. I had weird cravings. I would have killed for a hot Fudge Sundae! 3. One slip and my will power disappeared. The result? An eating orgy until I gained back everything I lost. 4. Ten days on a diet, and I became too cranky and irritable to live with. 5. I became depressed, and after each failure, hated myself a little bit more. 6. I found I couldn't tolerate hunger, it was no fun to starve. DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU? Well I have solved all these problems. After 4 years of research, I developed a natural method of losing weight, and lost 55 lbs. in months. NO hunger! NO depression! NO cravings! Vi lb. to IV 2 lbs. a day. I've shored this method with hundreds. I'll share it with you. If you're interested call us or write and we'll send you a tape cassette that tells the whole story. If you don't have a tape player or can't borrow one call for an appointment and come in and listen to it. THE HAGUE OF THE FORMERLY FAT 332-2781 3000 BRIDGEWAY SAUSALITO 94965 Suite 102 Carson City, Nev. and Samuele Bucchaneri of Italy; a sister, Suor Alessandra of Italy, and six grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Vincent de Paul Church, San Francisco. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. today at Carew and Enlish Funeral Chapel, San Francisco. Entombment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. Memorial contributions to a favorite charity would be preferred by the family. LEILA HILL Private funeral for Leila O. Hill of Mill Valley was held yesterday in Mill Valley with burial at Olivet Memorial Park, Colma. Mrs. Hill, 89, died Monday in a local hospital atter a long illness. She was bom in Oregon and had lived in Marin 28 years, making her home at 120 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley. She was a housewife. Mrs. Hill was a member of Monterey Chapter 239 of the Order of Eastern Star. She is survived by a brother, David C. Little of Corte Madera, two nephews and a niece. JOSEPH F. HUFFAKER Joseph Fred Huffaker, 73, of Novato, a retired transportation supervisor, died yesterday at a local hospital after a long illness. Huffaker retired in 1965 as transportation supervisor for the Continental Baking Co. in Berkeley. He previously had worked for 24 years with A. W. Dudley a heating and air conditioning firm, in Terre Haute Ind. Huffaker was a native of Warrensburg, who was moved to Terra Haute at the age of eight and lived there until 1945 when he moved to El Cerrito. He had been a resident of Novato since 1968 and lived at 1240 Yukon Way. Surviving are his wife, Rhoda Ann, of Novato; a son Joseph W. Huffaker of Novato; a brother, William B. Huffaker of Pinellas Park, and three grandchildren. Private family services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Redwood Chapel Funeral Home. Private burial will be at Marin Memorial Gardens, Novato. The family prefers that contributions be to the American Cancer Society. JENNINGS LYON Jennings Lyon, San Ansel mo lapidarist, died yesterday in a local hospital. He was 54. He nd his wife, Josephine Lyon who survives him, opened the and Lapidary Supply Store on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard west of the Hub in 1961. Later they moved it to 1525 San Anselmo Avenue. It was the only store of its kind in Marin County, selling cutting and polishing equipment to rock hounds. A native of Hastings, Lyon became interested in collecting rocks and minerals when he took a geology course at the University of Utah. He was medical laboratory technologist at the Ross Valley Clinic when they opened the store as a result of their hobby: He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Marin Mineral Society. In addition to his wife of the home at 33 Oak Springs Drive, he is survived by two daughters, Jo-Allyn Brown of Corte Madera and Marcia Dee Lyon of San Francisco; a brother, Kenneth E. Lyon of Salt Lake City, Utah and four grandchildren. Funeral will be at 8 p.m., Friday, at the Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo. Inurnment will be private. Memorial gifts to a favorite charity would be preferred by the family. DEATH NOTICES LYON In San Anselmo, April 3, 1973, Jennings Lyon, beloved husband of Josephine Lyon, devoted father of Mrs. Jo-Allyn Brown of Corte Madera and Marcia Dee Lyon of San Francisco, loving brother of Kenneth E. Lyon of Salt Lake City, Utah; also survived by four granddaughters. A native of Hastings, aged 54 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday, April 6, 1973, at 8 p.m. at the CHAPEL OF THE HILLS, 330 Redhill Avenue, San Anselmo. Inurnment private. Memorial gifts to your favorite charity preferred. FISHER-SMITH The sudden and untimely death of Lore Fisher-Smith, on Sunday, April 1, 1973, comes as a shock to all who knew her. A highly energetic and creatively versatile person, involved in design, dancing, painting and writing and conducting workshops in these various subjects Lore contributed much to the young life, especially in this community. One such contribution was a gentle mural of nature, trees particularly, in one of the lower grade rooms in Old Mill School. Active workshops in writing and poetry and body control produced significant results. As a charter member of sight and insight, she participated in exhibitions and in teaching. Lore Fisher-Smith is survived by her husband, John, and three sons, Jordan, Jeremy and Jothan, and her mother, Else Cappel of Berkeley and by her brother, Klaus Capper of Huntsville, Alabama. Friends may visit from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at RUSSELL AND GOOCH FUNERAL CHAPEL, Mill Valley. The family will be present from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Graveside ceremony Friday at 11 a.m. at Femwood Cemetery, Mill Valley. Memorial gifts may be made to your favorite charity. 4) LINO In Mill Valley, April 3, 1973, Zulmira G. Lino, beloved mother of Rose Homen of Mill Valley and Mary Moore of San Rafael, loving sister of Anthony Oliveira of Sacramento and Anna Borges of Manteca, loving grandmother of James Hall of Belvedere and Janice Engle of San Rafael, loving great-grandmother of Sandra, Karen and Steven Hall. A native of the Azores, aged 90 years. A member of the SPRSI of Mill Valley, UPPEC of Mill Valley, Our Lady of Fatima Society, Lady of Fatima of Sausalito and the Altar Society of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services Thursday at 10 a.m. from the Memorial Chapels and Gardens of RUSSELL AND GOOCH, 270 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, thence to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church for a Mass of the Resurrection at 10:30 a.m. Interment. Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. Rosary Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial gifts may be made to your favorite charity. (4 1 4) BUCCHIANERI In San Rafael, April 3, 1973, Nicodemo (Nick) Bucchianeri, dearly beloved husband of Irene Bucchianeri, loving father of Dario Bucchianeri and Corrine Pelfini, loving brother of Agostino, Samuele. Virgilio, and Alessandra Bucchianeri and the late Giuseppina, Michele, Euphemia and lio Bucchianeri, loving grandfather of six grandchildren. A member of Zane Irwin Post No. 93, American Legion. Rosary Wednesday evening at 8 The funeral will take place on Thursday, April 5 at 10 a.m. from the memorial chapels of Carew and English, Masonic at Golden Gate thence to St. Vincent de Paul Church, Green Street at Steiner, where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m. Entombment Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. Memorials to favorite charities preferred. 4) HILL In Mill Valley, April 2. 1973, Leila O. Hill, loving sister of David C. Little of Corte Madera, loving aunt of Mrs. Pat Lagier of San Rafael, Frank N. Little of Larkspur and William D. Little of Greenbrae. A native of Oregon, aged 89 years. A member of the Monterey Chapter No. 239, OES. Private funeral services were held at the Memorial Chapels and Gardens of RUSSELL and GOOCH, Mill Valley. Interment Olivet Memorial Park, Colma. READ In San Rafael, April 3, 1973, Edward M. Read, beloved husband of Alyce Read; loving father of Patricia McCormack; brother of Marjorie Eddy; cousin of Helen Marzetta; a native of California, aged 57 years; a member of P.S.E.A.; San Rafael Lodge No. 1108 B.P.O.E. and San Rafael Volunteer Fire Dept. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Thursday, April 5, 1973 at 9:15 a.m. from KEATON'S MORTUARY, thence to St. Church, where a Mass of the Resurrection will be offered for the repose of his soul at 9:30 a.m. Interment, Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Rosary service will be recited at 8 p.m. at the Keaton Chapel, Wednesday, April 4, 1973. TEIXEIRA In Petaluma, April 2, 1973, Maria Avila Teixeira; wife of Tony Teixeira; loving mother of Mrs. Anthony Brazil, Mrs. Barbara Maciel, Mrs. Mary Santos and Mrs. Rose Sampson and the late William Avila; grandmother of 15 grandchildren. great grandmother of 10; a native of Erie, Pa; age 72 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Friday, April 6, at 9:15 a.m. from Mortuary, San Rafael, thence to St. Church, Petaluma, where a Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Petaluma. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. at the Keaton Chapel Thursday, April 5. KEATON'S MORTUARY 1022 STREET SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA MEMORIAL MASS A Memorial Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on Saturday, April 7, 1973, at 9:30 A.M. in the Mission Chapel of St. Church, Fifth Avenue and A Street, San Rafael, for the repose of the soul of the late MRS. BRIDIE CAIN, R.I.P., who was buried in Ireland on April 4. All friends are welcome to attend. fabulous floors by covering Linoleum Vinyls Tiles OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHTS till 8 Linoleum Vinyls CARPET You Can Do It Dept. FREE ESTIMATES 456-3656 122 JACOBY ST. AT FRANCISCO CLYDE JONES RON LEACH SAN RAFAIL ORIGINAL LEATHER C. T. 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Tuesday advertisements must be in Friday by 4 p.m., Monday advertisements must be in the preceding Friday morning by 11:00 a.m. Any intervening holiday advances the deadline by a day. No responsibility to show printer's proof is assumed under the above schedule. If a proof is desired, advertisement must be submitted substantially in advance. Corrections, if any, must be ordered by 4 p.m., two working days preceding publication. Any changes from original copy will be charged for on basis of printing work involved.

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