Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California (2024)

D. Cabland26 IMPORTED SPORT GARS VOLKSWAGEN, $795. 1900. $950. $1,195.

All original finish. Frank Henry, University, Berkeley. VOLKSWAGEN, 1955; 61 engine, new Now pinion in transmission, Both be assembled. $300. 526-6340.

VOLKSWAGEN, 1964; metal sunroof; exlike brand new. private LA 47410. VOLKSWAGEN, 1962; excellent condition, factory conditioning, white sidewalls; $1,305, original owner, 538-1179. VOLKSWAGEN 1957, clean, new engine: radio. $200 or older care for equity.

BE 5-7760. VOLKSWAGEN 1957, clean, new engine, radio, $200 or older car for equity. BE 5-7760. VOLKSWAGEN, 1956, good condition. steal at $500.

EL 7-8597. VOLKSWAGEN, 1963; AM FM radio; other extras; $1,650. KE 2-4970. VOLKSWAGEN, 1958 Sunroof) new paint, new fires, 834-6997, evenings. VOLKSWAGEN, 1957, Micro.

$595. 1990 Ashby, Berkeley, Telephone 843-0544. VOLKSWAGEN, 1957 EL sedan; 1-5455. radio, heater; white walls, clean. Volvo Datsun RAY (co*kELEY MOTORS models, most colors PARTS: Best selection SERVICE: Factory trained experts 0000 Broadway, Oakland, TW 3-2535 VOLVO, 1961, White.

Pay $895. $21.99 Also for 1959 24 month. Bank financing. White. Mint condition.

Ray Ely Volkswagen 3851 East 14th, AN 1-2804. VOLVO, 1962, Station Wagon. 4 speed. Radio, heater. Ray Ely Volkswagen 3851 East 14th.

AN 1-2804. VOLVO, 1958. leather upholstery, $595. white Take exterior, excellent condition. trade and finance.

KE 2-8898. VOLVO in Berkeley- McKevitt 2611 Shattuck TH 8-2206. VOLVO, 1960, 33,000 miles. Still like new. $1,095.

EL 1-7612 VOLVO, 1962 TV-544. Immaculate. Must sell. $1,295. 234-1644.

841A- IMPORTED CARS Wanted Absolutely Top Dollar For any Imported car. Out for of selling state cars cleared free. No charge your car. Hayward Auto Imports 20525 Mission, Hayward, EL 7-1543 "Desperately" needs foreign sedans, Compact Corner cars, Falcons, prices Comets, for clean Corvairs, "foreign Ramblers. sedans." Consigned cars considered.

Fantastic 21480 Hayward; EL 2-2244. VOLKSWAGENS and imports, paid. 3851 Cash East In 14th Street, Oakland, AN 1-2804. minutes. Top prices VOLKSWAGENS, all models; Oliver VW, 2525 Shattuck, Berkeley.

TH 5-7474. 850-CAMPERS AAAA Kamper Sales 10 foot Guaranteed side dinettes (priced to sell) Campers Priced Right One 8 foot Cabover deluxe $965 1963 8 foot cabover, used once $850 New 8 foot side dinettes $1,145 1963 Chevrolet H.D. and new 8 foot cabover $3,295 THE 64'S ARE HERE! Give Blue Chip Stamps" 15953 East 14th; 278-1451 WELLS FARGO TERMS CAMPER BUYERS This is it! Best Buys! These are mounted with mirrors, bumper, inter-com. Ready to go. 1960 Chevrolet and Open Road Camper $2,595 1962 Chevrolet and Open Road Camper $3,395 1962 GMC and Open Road Camper $2,995 1963 Chevrolet and Open Road Camper $3,695 1964 GMC and Open Road Camper $3,995 These are all heavy duty Camper trucks.

28534 Mission Boulevard HAYWARD PHONE 537-6338. CAMPER Shells -New and used. Largest selection In Northern California Sportliner, Hiway Cruiser, Teardrop and Robin. Robin Motors- El Cerrito 11308 San Pablo- -Phone 235-3482 collect. CAMPERS $175 Macdonald Camper KIt Company.

West Jackson, Hayward; 782-7323. CAMPERS, save $100 on factory seconds. All trucks 686-5555 Dealer. HOLIDAY camper, new, sleeps four, stove, ice box. Many extras, $300 off regular price.

Call Pete Gores, 686-6600. OPEN ROAD CAMPERS "JUNE IN JANUARY" Sale Order Now Take Delivery in Spring. Pay Winter Prices Save to $500 Complete stock 1964 Trucks and Campers Robin Motors- El Cerrito 11308 San Pablo, Phone 235-3482 Collect. "THIS IS A RECORDING" Forming New Camper Club 537-8770 851-MOBILE HOMES, CAMPERS EQUIPMENT AAA All-new 50-foot expanding living room master bedroom PAN AMERICAN Paramount KENSKILL Bus's Trailer Sales 2998 North Main, Walnut Creek; 934-6211 3035 El Camino, Santa Clara; CH 3-6501 A-KENSKILL-SANTA FE Large selection all models. Teilborg Trailers Sales, 15910 East 14th, EL 1-5425.

AIRSTREAM "Bambi Nelson's arrived, all Trailer new 17- foot Sales, 8450 MacArthur Boulevard, 632-3700. ALUMINUM vacation trailers, 15 foot. Clearance sale, from $450. 2450 East 14th Street, Oakland. ALUMINUM awnings, 45x8 feet, almost new, cost $550, will sell for $350.

LA 6 5825. ALJO, 1956, 15. foot, electric brakes, like new, best offer. 569-1169. ALJOS.

Rainy day specials. at Marlins, 381 Arthur Road, Martinez. ARISTOCRAT, 12 foot, 1963; $885. 25516 Mission, Hayward. 582-2250.

Angelus-Aristocrat Ken Craft- Shasta STUTLER BROTHERS 15301 East 14th, San Leandro, 351-2710 DODGE mobile, home, 1961; own power plant; automatic heat; sleeps modern kitchen; electric brake attachment; 32.000 miles; 854-6718. "Exclusive Distributor for Bay Area" Vagabond Dean Hoff 3362 El Camino, Santa Clara; 241-1095. FLOATING 30-foot mobile home compiete with 1962 75 horsepower Evinrude; full electric motor, sleeps 6. Has retractable wheels for trailoring. Ideal Boat for Delta area.

$4,500. Hensley Marine, 5216 East 14th, 534-4067. FLAMINGO-Fairmont. All models. Deal direct with Dan, no salespeople.

Dan's Trailer Sales, 11020 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito, LA 5-2783. GREAT Lakes house trailer, 1958. 47x8, 2 bedroom, washer, dryer. $2,700. 447- 6475.

KENSKILL, 1957; 8x22, clean and compiete. 685-4563, Concord. Lowest Prices New 50x10 $3,795 Great Lakes, Crusader, Clarion Largest stock Bay, Area Bohannon Mobile Home Sales 4492 El Camino, Santa Clara, 241-1900. LANDCRUISER, 1956. 8x35, 2 bedrooms, tub-shower, sell or trade, $1,750.

591-1896. MUST Sell, 14. foot Crown trailer, sacrificer offer, after 6 p.m. BE 3-0460. NASHUA, 1959, 10 by 45, Space 89, Trailer Haven, 2399 East 14th, San Leandro.

NASHUA, 1959, 35x8, excellent condition, one bedroom; $2,300. 352-2630. OWNER selling 33x8 Spartan. $1,550 (or $500 down, $43 monthly). Has air conditioning, carpeting, excellent condition.

Must see to appreciate. 241-5917, ask for Mary Ellen. PARAMOUNT PAN AMERICAN PANORAMA- EXPANDABLES See the new 20 wide Paramount Real's Mobile Homes. EL 7-3930. 14829 East 14th, San Leandro.

PLYMOUTH, 1957, 8x40, good condition, $1,200. 395 Hanon Way, Pittsburgh, Space I SPARTAN, 1961, 10x50 2-bedrooms, Excaptional buy, 13613 Sen. Pablo, Space 203-1714. Jan. 24, 1964 MOBILE HOMES AND EQUIPMENT PARAMOUNT, 1962 Provincial, 55x10, 1 bedroom, many extras, 682-2343.

REPOSSESSIONS 45 foot 2 bedroom, completely furnished. Delivered set up. $100 Down Mobile Wholesale Co. 1948 EL Camino, Mountain View Open, Evenings Sundays. YO 8-1762 VIKING GOLD SEAL MOBILE HOMES FOR '64 Custom designed to your own specifications.

Personalized inferior decorating for your living pleasure. Many models to choose from. 20 wides, double and single expandos. On display at: 1948 EL CAMINO -NEXT TO SHOPPERS WORLD MOUNTAIN VIEW YO. 8-1762 VIKING, new Gold Seal de luxe, 10x60, double expando furnished, porches and aluminum awnings, Call Earl Williams TE 4-6211.

Viking Kit, Trojan 12 wides KIMBALL'S, 6100 We take great pride In ANNOUNCING We are now the Factory Authorized Dealer MAYFLOWER ALL MODELS (Mayflower, Plymouth, Pilgrim, and Puritan) CASA LOMA TWIN-EIGHT Only Flamingos left. See for great savings DAN'S TRAILER SALES 11020 San Pablo Avenue El Cerrito 525-2783 And In San Pablo Factory Authorized Dealer ALL MODELS CASLINENA TWIN EIGHT All new models on this all new lot DAN'S CIRCLE TRAILER SALES 13613 San Pablo Avenue San Pablo 234-7355 1962, 10x55 Expando; living room, 2 bedrooms; only $5,800. See at 2451 Church Lane, San Pablo, Space 102. 1959, 10x45 Kit 2 bedroom; $4,500, easy terms. Kimball's 6100 Potrero EI Cerrito.

853-TRAILER SPACE East 14th, San Leandro. 357-0481. 855 -TRACTORS CATERPILLAR Sixty with blade. Power pole $50. 534-4238, 536-3104.

900-AIRPLANES FOR SALE AVAILABLE trailer space up to 60 feet, near schools. 447-3551 Livermore. MOBILE Home, Boat, Camper Storage. Low monthly rates. Sorenson Motors, 2396 FLYING CLUB membership available.

Tripacer, new engine, $3.50 an hour dry, low entry fee, students and pilots welcome. 582-9490. 1100-LOST BRIEF CASE, olive brown containing geologic papers including students term papers. Lost 1-9, afternoon, near University Avenue, State Employment Office or Shattuck Avenue Co-op, Berkeley. $50 reward for papers.

No questions asked, Professor F. Berry, TH 8-6377 (residence); TH 5-6000 Extension 3993; Univer. sity of California. BRIEF Case; disappeared Friday from car trunk in downtown Oakland garage. Important contents, valuable to owner only.

Reward no questions asked, 522- 5682, evenings. BEAGLE, male, tan-white (bobtail). December 29. Answers to reward. (Call collect) 223-1106.

BASSINET, large, mattress, vicinity of San Lorenzo cut-off and 98th Ave. on Nimitz Freeway. AN 1-7723. BOX, (black); business records, (OaklandSan Bruno) important! Reward! 261-3238 co*ckER, black male; nearly blind; possibly wearing Oregon license tag; strayed from Concord; reward. 689-1579.

CAT, timid; black, white chest, paws, nose; reward. 653-2267. ENGLISH setter. Large white male. "Prince." San Leandro-Douglas Drive.

Childrens' pet. Reward. LO 2-2609. GERMAN short hair, male, Vicinity Jackson-Hesperian Hayward, January 13. Child grieving.

Generous reward. 782-6950 GERMAN Shepherd, 4 months; vicinity 25th-Roosevelt, Richmond; medical treatment needed; reward. BE 3-9977. GLASSES, girl's, dark rims, January 17th, on public bus near Leimert or Estates Drive. 532-1650.

GERMAN-Belgium shepherd, six months. Washington School district. 653-5188. IRISH Terrier: January 19, Finnegan, reddish, 45 pounds, reward for information leading to recovery, TH 3-1230. LOST by mistake, Vicuna top coat, light beige, probably from Claremont Country Club, or a San Pablo Avenue restaurant; another coat left in place of mine, call 658-0134.

LABRADOR Retriever, black female five years, vicinity Walnut Acres. Reward. 939-2894. LADIES gold watch, vicinity of Oaks or Bancroft. Reward! LO 8-3445 evenings, POODLE; black miniature, clipped, vicinity Davis Street, Warden Avenue, Reward.

LO 8-8227. POODLE, brown, clipped short, vicinity San Lorenzo, reward. 278-1795. POODLE, white, pink nose with black spot, Renee, reward, 536-3054 PUG dog, all black male. Name, address tag on collar.

Vicinity East 14th-Ashland. Reward. EL 1-1894. PUPPY, black, curly; brown feet. VIcinity 23rd-29th Avenues.

Reward, 534-2261. RING, man's diamond signet, can identify initials, reward, 893-1235 1200-FOUND co*ckER puppy, light golden, no collar, East Oakland. 653-2865. FOUND Poodle near El Cerrito Plaza, 525-8401, evenings. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the City of Oakland and of Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County hereby calls for sealed bids to be delivered to the Secretary of said Board at his office in the Administration Building of said District, 1025 Second Avenue, Oakland, California, until 4 p.m.

the 11th day of February, 1964, at 4 p.m., at which time and place said bids will be opened for the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, mechanical workmanship, transportation, and services to be used in the Construction and Completion of Rotary Chabot Planetarium Chabot Science Center, 4917 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland, California, for the Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County. These bids shall be presented In accordance. with plans and specifications for said work which are on file at the said office of the Secretary of said Board of Education located as above mentioned, and in The office of the Director of Architecture and EngineerIng, located in said Administration Building as above mentioned. Said plans and specifications may be had by any prospective bidder for the work above listed, on application to the Director of Architecture and Englneering, at his office hereinabove mentioned, and in each case shall be returned within five (5) days after securing same to said Director of Architecture and Engineering, if no bid is submitted in the bidder's name for the completion of the work, or not later than two (2) days from and after the date of submitting the bid, if a bid is submitted in the bidder's name. Bidders must bid on the Base Bid, Alternates Nos.

1, 2, 3, 4, and on Unit Prices 1 to 4, inclusive. Bids must be made on form obtained at the said office of the Director of Architecture and Engineering and must be signed by the bidder and accompanied by a bid bond in the form procured from said office, duly executed by the bidder as principal and a corporation authorized to do business in the State of California as surety, naming the Oakland Unifled School District of Alameda County as Obligee, or by a Weather Summaries cashier's check or certified check, certified without qualification, drawn on a solvent bank of the State of California or on national bank doing business in the State of California, in the amount of FIVE THOUSAND AND Dollars and made payable to the Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County. Should the party or parties to whom the contract should be awarded fail to enter into the contract after the award and to file the required bonds, the proceeds of said certified or cashier's check or the amount paid by the bidder or his surety pursuant to the terms of said bid bond, either voluntarily or pursuant to the judgment rendered by the court in any action brought thereon, will be retained by said Oakland Unified School District as agreed and liquidated damages. The contractor and all subcontractors under him must pay all laborers, workmen and mechanics on said work, or any part thereof, not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for legal holiday and overtime work, for work of a similar character in the locality in which the work is performed, to wit: Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County, which per diem wages shall not be less than the stipulated rates contained in a schedule thereof which has been ascertained and determined by said Board of Education, and which is now on file with the Secrefary of said Board of Education and by reference incorporated and specified herein and made a part hereof, and which said general prevailing rate of per diem wages, as hereinabove referred to and adopted for each craft or type of workman or mechanic needed to execute this contract, is herein specified as follows: ALL FOR AN 8-HOUR DAY EXCEPT AS NOTED Crafts or Types Hourly Wage of Workmen Rate Carpenters $4.10 Carpet and Linoleum' Lavers 4.52 Cement Finishers 4.00 Electrical Workers 4.85 Engineers: Blade Grader Operator (finished work) 4.61• Compressor 3.80 Oilers and Firemen 3.66 Roller Operators 4.28 Tractor Operators 4.41 Trenching Machine Operators 4.34 Glaziers Building Construction 4.02½ Iron Workers: Housesmiths, Reinf. Concrete or Rodmen 4.50 Laborers: Concrete Laborers 3.42½ General Laborers 3.32½ Jackhammer Operators (and handlers of pneumatic tools) 3.57½ Vibrators 3.42½ Lathers (6 hours) 4.19 Painters (7 hours) 4.07 Plasterers (6 hours) 4.74 Plasterers' Hodcarriers (6 hours) 4.64½ Plumbers 4.83½ Roofers 4.20 Sheet Metal Workers 4.52 Steamfitters 5.16 Tile Setters 4.50 Tile Setters' Helpers 3.70 Truck Drivers Dump (8 hours) Day Under 4 yards (water level) 28.20 4 yds.

and under 6 (water level) 28.80 In addition to the hourly per diem wages for the crafts, classifications or types of workmen listed above, contractors may be required to make employer payments for health and welfare, pension, vacation and similar purposes as required by the executed collective bargaining agreements for the particular craft, classification or type of work involved. All skilled labor not listed above that may be employed is to be paid not less than the union wage scale for such labor and in no event to be paid less than Three and Dollars ($3.325) per hour. The working day shall be eight hours unless otherwise specified above. The per diem rate shall be the hourly rate multiplied by the number of hours in the working day. When less than the number of hours constituting the working day, as herein stated, is worked, the wage to be paid shall be the hourly rate multiplied by the number of hours actually worked.

All overtime and work on holidays shall be at the rate of not less than time and a half. The holidays upon which such rate shall be paid shall be all holidays recognized in the collective bargaining agreement applicable to the particular craft, classification or type of workman employed on the project. It shall be mandatory upon the contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and upon any subcontractor under him, to pay not less than the said specified rates to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employed by them in the execution of the contract. Properly indentured apprentices may be employed upon this work in accordance with the state law. Such apprentices shall be properly indentured as called for by law and shall be paid not less than the standard wage paid to apprentices under the regulations of the trade at which they are employed.

An apprentice shall be employed only at the work of the trade to which he is Indentured. The Initial wage to be paid an apprentice shall be not less than twenty-five per cent of the journeymen's wage being paid and shall be increased each six (6) months in an amount not less than fifteen per cent Helpers shall be paid the standard wage for helpers established under the regulations of the trade at which they are employed. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids, or any and all Items or alternates of such bids. By order of the Board of Education January 14, 1964. STUART S.

PHILLIPS, Secretary of the Board of Education of the City of Oakland and of Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County, California. No. 320-Jan. 17-(2t) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the City of Oakland and of Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County hereby calls for sealed bids to be delivered to the Secretary of said Board at his office in the Administration Building of said District, 1025 Second Avenue, Oakland, California, until Tuesday, the 11th day of February, 1964, at 4 p.m., at which time and place said bids will be opened for the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, mechanical workmanship, transportation and services to be used in the demolition and removal of various residences and appurtenances at the following locations: 428, 436, 440, 444, 448, 452; 456, 460, 462 and 464 45th Street and 4503 Webster Street, on the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School Site, Oakland, California, for the Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County, and for the purchase of all materials comprising and contained in said building, except those to be left on the grounds under the specifications or to be removed and retained by the District. Each bidder for the completion of said work shall agree in his bid to purchase and to remove from said school grounds all old materials comprising and contained In said bullding required by the specifications to be removed from said building except those to be left on the grounds under the specifications or to be removed and retained by the District, and shall state in his bid the amount which he will deduct from the price bid for the work as the purchase price of said old materials, and the contract will be awarded to -the bidder whose net bid is the lowest after deducting the amount bid for the purchase of said old materials, provided said bidder is a responsible bidder.

These bids shall be presented in accordance with the specifications for said work which are on file at the said office of the Secretary of the said Board of education located as above mentioned, and in the office of the Director of Architectural and Engineering Services, located in said Administration Building as above mentioned. The specifications may be had by any prospective bidder for the work above listed, on application to the Director of at Architectural and Engineering Services, his office hereinabove mentioned, and In each case shall be returned within five (5) days after securing same to said Director of Architectural and Engineering Services, if no bid is submitted in the bidder's name for the completion of the work, or not later than two (2) days from and after the date of submitting the bid, If a bid is submitted in bidder's name. Bids must be made on form obtained at the said office of the Director of Architecture and Engineering and must. be signed by the bidder and accompanied by a bid bond in the form procured from said office, duly executed by the' bidder as principal and a corporation authorized to do business in the State of California as surety, naming the Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County as Obligee, or by cashier's check or certified check, certified without qualification, drawn on a solvent bank of the State of California or on a national bank doing business in the State of California, in the amount of FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY AND Dollars and VITAL STATISTICS--DEATHS -DEATHS Bay Area Cloudy with few sprinkles. Fair this evening.

Cloudy tomorrow. Little change in temperature. 52 to 57. Low tonight 38 to 45. Gentle, winds.

Northern and Central California Mostly cloudy northern portions with small amounts of rain etxreme north and rain likely Point Aerna, Red Bluff, Tahoe area, northward tomorrow except snow higher levels. Mostly fair central area tonight and tomorrow but some fog in valleys early mornings. Slightly warmer. Mount Shasta-Siskiyou Area Cloudy with small amounts of rain or snow. Rain or snow likely, tomorrow with snow level 5,000 feet.

Slightly warmer. Sierra Nevada Variable cloudiness with small amounts of snow likely northern ranges. Mostly fair tonight and southern ranges tomorrow but snow likely from Tahoe area: northward beginning during the day tomorrow. Slightly warmer. Sacramento Valley Variable cloudiness tonight and tomorrow with small amounts of rain extreme north this morning and more rain likely extreme north tomorrow.

Slightly warmer. High 48 to 55. Low tonight 35 to 42. Gentle winds. Cape Blanco to.

Point Conception Small craft warnings Cape Mendocino northward for southerly winds 23 to 38 m.p.h. South and southwest winds 12 to 23 m.p.h, Farallones northward and variable winds 10 to 15 m.p.h. elsewhere tonight and tomorrow. Some rain extreme north spreading to Point Arena area tomorrow. Otherwise variable cloudiness.

Western Nevada Considerable cloudiness tonight and tomorrow with a chance of light snow or rain northern portion. Slightly warmer. High 35 to 45. Low tonight 10 to 20. San Joaquin Valley Mostly fair tonight and tomorrow but patches of fog likely early mornings.

Slightly warmer. High 55 to 60. Low tonight 33 to 40. Gentle winds. Salinas Valley Mostly fair tonight and tomorrow but patches of fog likely in the mornings.

Slightly warmer. High 55 to 65. Low tonight 30 to 40. Gentle winds. High and low tonight Salinas, 60 and 38: Paso Rebles, 57 and 30.

Monterey Bay Area Mostly fair tonight and tomorrow. Slightly warmer. High 58 to 65. Low tonight 38 to 44. Gentle winds.

Santa Clara Valley Overcast. Fair tonight. Partly cloudy tomorrow. Slightly warmer. High 57 to 63.

Low tonight 35 to 40. Gentle winds. Livermore Valley Overcast. Fair tonight. Partly cloudy tomorrow.

Slightly warmer. Gentle winds. Fort Bragg and Vicinity Cloudy tonight and tomorrow with small amounts of rain likely. Slightly warmer. Coastal winds southerly 18 to 23 m.p.h.

Central Coast Counties Overcast. Fair tonight and southern half of area tomorrow, but cloudy northern portions. Slightly warmer. High and low tonight Napa, 56 and 36; San Jose, 60 and 40; Hollister, 60 and 36. Gentle winds.

Northwestern California Considerable cloudiness through tomorrow with small amounts of rain extreme north. Rain likely from Point Arena northward tomorrow. Slightly warmer. High and low tonigth Napa, 56 and 36; Ukiah, 50 and 42; Santa Rosa, 56 and 36. Small craft warning Cape Mendocino northward for southerly winds 23 to 38 m.p.h.

Southerly winds 12 to 23 m.p.h. south of Cape Mendocino. California Summary Small amounts of rain fell In the northern portion of the state yesterday and last night except mountain areas from near Tahoe northward had small amounts of snow. The central and southern areas have been mostly fair. Early this morning cloudy skies continue in the north.

Temperatures were mixed with small falls in many northern areas and small rises in many central and southern portions yesterday. High temperatures yesterday ranged from the mid sixties at some desert points to the low forties at some northern valley and coast points. Low temperatures this morning were mostly in the thirties and forties at lowland stations. Winds are fresh, strong southerly on the extreme north coast and small craft warnings are displayed from Cape Mendocino northward. The weather map shows high pressure over the western plateau and from the coast southwestward to Hawaii.

A rather weak weather front is moving into the Pacific northwest early this morning and It appears additional disturbances will move into the northern area from time to time. Some light precipitation is likely in the extreme northern portion of the state and the precipitation may spread as far south as Point Arena, Red Bluff and the Tahoe area tomorrow. Otherwise little change is expected tomorrow. LEGAL NOTICES made payable to the Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County. Should the party or parties to whom the contract should be awarded fail to enter into the contract after the award and to file the required bonds, the proceeds of said certified or cashier's check or the amount paid by the bidder or his surety pursuant to the terms of said bid bond, either voluntarily or pursuant to the judgment rendered by the court in any action brought thereon, will be retained by said Oakland Unified School District as agreed and liquidated damages.

The contractor and all subcontractors under him. must pay all laborers, workmen and mechanics on said work, or any part thereof, not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for legal holiday and overtime work, for work of a similar character in the locality in which the work is performed, to wit: Oakland Unified School District of. Alameda County, which per diem wages shall not be less than the stipulated rates contained in a schedule thereof which has been ascertained and determined by said Board of Education, and which is now on file with the Secretary of said Board of Education and by reference incorporated and specified herein and made a part hereof, and which said general prevailing rate of per diem wages, as hereinabove referred to and adopted for each craft or type of workman or mechanic needed to execute this contract, is herein specified as follows: ALL FOR AN 8-HOUR DAY EXCEPT AS NOTED Crafts or Types Hourly Wage of Workmen Rate Engineers: Oilers and Firemen $3.66 Shovel Operators (up to and inc. one yard) 4.71 Shovel Operators (over one yard) 4.84 Tractor Operators 4.41 Laborers: General Laborers 3.32½ Truck Drivers -Dump (8 hours) Per Day Under 4 yards (water level). 28.20 4 yds.

and under 6 (water level) 28.80 6 yds. and under 8 (water level) 30.48 8 yds. and over (water level) 32.48 In addition to the hourly per diem wages for the crafts, classifications or types of workmen listed above, contractors may be required to make employer payments for health and welfare, pension, vacation and similar purposes as required by the executed collective bargaining agreements for the particular craft, classification or type of work involved. All skilled labor not listed above that may be employed is to be paid not less than the union wage scale for such labor and in no event to be paid less than Three and Dollars ($3.325) per hour. The working day shall be eight hours unless otherwise specified above.

The per diem rate shall be the hourly rate multiplied by the number of hours in the working day. When less than the number of hours constituting the working day, as herein stated, is worked, the wage to be paid shall be the hourly rate multiplied by the number of hours actually worked. All overtime and work on holidays shall be at the rate of not less than time and a half. The holidays upon which such rate shall be paid shall be all holidays recognized in the collective bargaining agreement applicable to the particular craft, classification or type of workman employed on the project. It shall be mandatory upon the contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and upon any subcontractor under him, to pay not less than the said specified rates to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employed by them in the execution of the contract.

Properly Indentured apprentices work in may be employed upon this accordance with the state law. Such apprentices shall be properly shall Indentured as called for by law and be paid not less than the standard wage paid to apprentices under the are regulations of the An trade at which they employed. apprentice shall be employed only at the work of the trade to which he Is indentured. The Initial wage to be paid an apprentice shall be not less than twenty-five per cent of the journeymen's wage being paid and shall be increased each six (6) months in an amount not less than fifteen per cent Helpers shall be paid the standard wage for helpers established under the regulations of the trade at which they are employed. The Board reserves the right to.

reBy order of the Board of Education, ject any and all bids. January 21, 1964. STUART S. PHILLIPS, Secretary of the Board of Education of the City of Oakland and of Oakland Unified School District of Alameda County, California. No.

232-Jan. 24, 31-(21) Temperatures BAY AREA Concord 49 Danville 54 Fremont Hayward 50 Martinez 50 Newark 52 Oakland 50 CALIFORNIA Bakersfiled 53 geureka 47 Fairfiled 46 Fresno 52 Fid 46 Los Angeles 59 Moffett Fid 51 Needles Paso Robles NATIONAL Albany NY Albuquerque 36 Amarillo Anchorage 14 Asheville 69 Atlanta Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Casper Christn SC Christn Va Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland al 53 Columbus 0 57 Denver 40 Des Moines Detroit Duluth EI Paso Fairbanks -20 Fort Worth 71 Galveston 65 Honolulu 80 Indianapolis 58 Jcksn Miss 67 Jcksnville 66 22 CANADIAN Edmonton -07 Montreal 29 Ottawa 30 Regina 05 43 Orinda 32 Pittsburg Pleasanton Richmond 34 S. Francisco 45 Walnut Crk 41 37 Red Bluff 42 Sacramento 42 Salinas 34 San Diego Santa 46 Santa Maria Stockton 35 Thermal 36 35 Kansas City 11 Las Vegas Little Rock 01 Louisville Memphis 46 Miami Bch 13 Midland Tex 49 Milwaukee 00 Mpls-St Paul 14 Orleans 32 New York 70 North Platte 39 Okla. City 07 Omaha Philadelphia 34 Phoenix 38 Pittsburgh Prtind Me 37 Prtind Ore 35 Raleigh 13 Reno Reno 36 grichmond 18 St Louis Salt Lake Cty -32 San Antonio 51 St Ste Mre 59 Seattle 67 Shreveport 39 Spokane 60 Tmpa-St Pbg Washington -04 Wichita -16 Toronto 26 Winnipeg Vancouver -08 Precipitation BAY AREA- Danville, Tr. Martinez, Orinda, Pittsburg, Bakersfield, Eureka, Fairfield, Hamilton Moffett Red Bluff, 0.4; Salinas, San Diego, Santa Maria, .04.

NATIONAL Albuquerque, Atlanta, Billings, Bismarck, Casper, Chicago, Des Moines, Duluth, Galveston, Jackson, Jacksonville, Juneau, Little Rock, Memphis, Milwaukee, Paul, New Orleans, Portland, Rapid City, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Tampa-St. .03. CANADIAN Regina, Vancouver, .04. SUN, MOON AND TIDE SATURDAY, JAN.

25 Sun rises Sun sets Moon rises Moon sets New Moon 1st Qtr. Full Moon Last Qtr. Feb. 13 Jan. 21 Jan.

28 Feb. 5 5:02 a.m. 9:29 p.m. 3:23 p.m. 4:43 a.m.

L.W H.W. L.W. H.W. January 24 2.3 6.8 4.6 January 25 2.6 6.9 4.9 January 26 2.8 7.1 5.2 January 27 2.8 7.2 NOTICE: in the above tabulation of the tides the daily tides are given in the order of their occurrence, commencing with the early morning tides in the left hand column. The time and heights of tides in the above Marine Exchange, tables are given for the foot of Park St.

in Alameda. For Fort Point, subtract 40 minutes. The column of height gives the elevation of each tide in feet above or below the level on Coast Survey Chart soundings. The numbers are always additive to the chart depths unless preceded by a minus sign (-), then subtract. Licenses Issued AMARAL-ENGSTROM Marvin Raleigh Amaral, 20, and Lynn Marie Engstrom, 20, both of San Leandro.

BUNKSE-DALY Edmund Valdemars Bunkse, 28, and Moira Daly, 22, both of Berkeley. BRITTON-WILLIAMS Theoplus Britton, 54, and Druecillia Williams, 51, both of Berkeley. BOWEN-LARSON George Stephen Bowen, 21, and Barbara Joan Larson, 21, both of Berkeley. BOOZE-DAVIS Courtland Vance Booze, 19, Oakland, and Gwendolyn Marie Davis, 17, Berkeley. -Ernest Calvin Criss, 20, and Josette Duhart, 15, both of San Francisco.

COCHRAN-HILL Henry Virl Cochran, 48, and Mabel Juanita Hill, 49, both of Alameda. CORNWALL-CORNWALL Lory Ford Cornwall, 35, and Maxine Wilma Cornwall, 40, both of Fremont. DOYLE-NOLLER Edward Russell Doyle, 22, Santa Rosa, and Jean Elizabeth Noller, 21, Berkeley. Ellenburg, 25, Oakland, and ELLENBURG-STARR Robert Ann Starr, 27, Hayward. FRANK-LUCAS -Austin Cleis Frank, 35, Berkeley, and Carole Theone Lucas, 26, Oakland.

HAYWOOD-NELSON Larry Roger Haywood, 22, and Alice Virta Nelson, 20, both of Oakland. KOBS-BRAJNIKOV Arthur Alfred Kobs, 29, and Eugenie 24, both of Berkeley. LA ROSE-WOOD Ronald Allen La Rose, 21, and Carolyn Bernice Wood, 17, both of San Leandro. LANTRON-VAN PELT Jack Wayne LANTRON, 20, and Donna Lee Van Pelt, 18, both of Salinas. LEMA-WEHRMAN Harry Joseph Lema, 33, San Leandro, and Judith Anne Wehrman, 21, Oakland.

MENDENHALL-SAUCEDO Kearney Monroe Mendenhall, 21, Walker Town, N.C., and Emily Patricia Saucedo, 22, Oakland. NEHER-CARLSON Andrew William Neher, 26, and Linda Ann Carlson, 21, both of Berkeley. NORMART-PAULSON Stanley John Normart, 22, and Lynn Scott Paulson, 19, both of Oakland. RICHARDSON-STANCHFIELD Gary Frederick Richardson, 21, and Annette Lee Stanchfield, 19, both of San Leandro. REANO-GATWOOD Julius Joseph Reano, 21, San Pablo, and Jannie Sue Gatwood, 18, Emeryville.

STRADLEY-ARRUDA Charles Henry Stradley, 22, and Donna Marie Arruda, 18, both of Rodeo. THOMSON-COSAND John Winchester Thomson, 39, Martinez, and Alice Rose Cosand, 37, Oakland. Pink Williams, 35, and Rosa Lee Milstead, 25, both of Berkeley. WINTERS-DRAGIN Daniel Lewis Winters, 25, and Nancy Karen Dragin, 21, both of Berkeley. GARDEN OF LIGHT MAUSOLEUM a secluded setting for Crypt Memorials, serene and beautifully landscaped.

Write or telephone 654-1288 for illustrated booklet. CHAPEL OF MEMORIES CREMATORY MAUSOLEUM Flowe, Pleasant Valley Avenue Montgomery Street, Oakland George P. Silliman, Mgr. Eastbay Births Born to the wife of: ALVAREZ, Alonzo boy, 1-6. ANDRIESE, Roy L.r girl, 1-8.

BEHRBAUM, Stanley boy, 1-3: BALDWIN, Dana girl, 1-5. BRADFORD, Gerald R. boy, 1-2. BANKS, Ronald boy, 1-3. BRAGG, Teddy boy, 1-8.

BLACKWOOD, R. boy, 1-3. BRYANT, R. boy, 1-4. CLARK, Norman boy, 1-6.

COLLINS, Richard boy, 1-6. COLLINS, William, boy, 1-1. CHU, P. boy, 1-4. COLEMAN, T.

girl, 1-5. CAMENSON, C. boy, 1-6. CONLEY, S. girl, 1-10.

CORRIEA, girl, 1-10. DUNNN, Charles girl, 1-4. DUNBAR, Paul L. girl, 1-8. DAVIS, Kenneth boy, 1-1.

DAVIS, Douglas girl, 1-3, DOLL, E. girl, 1-6. DOMINGUEZ B. boy, 1-6. DANIELS, Jack girl, 1-7.

EVANS, H. girl, 12-23. EDGERLY, J. boy, 1-4. FACCIOLA, Philip girl, 1-4.

FOLTZ, J. boy, 1-8. FRAY, D. girl, 1-4, FONG, girl, 1-1. FISHER, Alvin girl, 1-5.

HENRY, Kenneth girl, 1-7. HANF, David boy, 1-1. HERNANDEZ, Frank Li, boy, 1-1. HUHN, Ernst girl, 1-4. HACKNEY, Charles girl, 1-9.

HARRISON, girl, 1-2. HOLDEN, J. girl, HILTON, boy, 1-7. HANHY, W. boy, 1-6.

JOHNNIE, D. boy, 1-11. JONES, Curtis boy, 1-4. KING, D. girl, 1-2.

KLINE, R. girl, 1-4. KUMAR, boy, 1-4. KANNEL, Douglas boy, 1-7. KELLEY, Wilbur boy, 1-3.

LEE, William boy, 1-9. LE GAUX, Ernest 1-2. MINSKY, H. girl, 1-11. MARSHALL, Willie boy, 1-2.

MEHIGAN, Dennis girl, 1-2. MECHAM, John boy, 1-6. MOHR, Lynn boy, 1-4. MAYS, girt, 1-2. MENDEL, J.

boy, 1-5. NIELSEN, H. girl, 1-1. WOMACK, Donald boy, 1-2. PAKELE, William K.

1-3. PETERSON, Gerald girl, 1-3. PEREZ, Guillermo, girl, 1-5. PHIPPS, James boy, 1-6. RODERICK, Gary boy, 1-2.

PAUL, Edward boy, 1-1. PARKINS, M. girl, 1-6. QUINTON, Kenneth boy, 1-4. ROOFENER, T.

boy, 1-9. ROY, Paul girl, 1-5. RIEBLI, Albert boy, 1-9. RIGGIO, A. girl, 1-5.

SMITH, John boy, 1-2. SCHOENFELD, Norman, girl, 1,4. SHEARER, John boy, 1-5. TEJEDA, Darrell boy, 1-8. SPAULDING, Roy boy, 1-10.

SMITH, Frederick girl, 1-4. STEWART, Donald girl, 1-4, SEAVEY, F. girl, 1-5 SPRING, J. girl, 1-7. SWEENEY, G.

boy, 1-8. STANFEL, R. boy, 1-11. STEPHENS, J. girl, 1-12.

SUTTON, D. boy, 1-1. 1-9. TAYLOR, L. girl, THOMAS, boy, 1-1.

URBAIN, D. E. boy, 1-5. WILLIS, E. boy, 1-7.

59 55 30 70 57 31 38 -888 DEATHS BRIDGEFORD, John In San FrancisJanuary 22, 1964, beloved father of Richard Bridgeford of Stockton and Mrs. Jennie Bostwick of Berkeley; dear brother of Thomas M. Bridgeford of Oakland and Mrs. Clarabelle Callahan of Sebastopol; also survived by five grandchildren. A native of Missouri; aged 72 years.

All friends are invited to attend funeral services to be held Sunday, January 26, 1964, at 4:30 p.m. in the LITTLE line Street at Ashby, Berkeley. Dr. LauCHAPEL OF THE FLOWERS, 3051 Aderance L. Cross officiating.

Concluding services private, CHADBOURNE, Tad, In Oakland, Wednesday, January 22, 1964. Son J. of Chad- the late Mr. and Mrs. of Stockton and the late Fay, Fred and bourne; Brother of Ben F.

Chadbourne Joshua Chadbourne; Uncle of Ed F. Chadbourne of Mission, San Jose Ore- and Phillip Dear friend of Mildred and Alfred Chadbourne of Brookings, gon; Anderson of Oakland. A native of Irvington. Aged 85 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services Saturday, January 25, at 2 p.m.

at the BERGE MORTUARY, 3964 Washington Boulevard, Irvington. Park, Irving- Interment Fremont Memorial ton. Reverend J. Theo Alam of Irvington United Presbyterian Church officiating. DE RESPINIS, Madeline of 167 Grove Way, Hayward, January John 21, De 1964, Respinis, beloved wife of the late loving mother of Joseph De De Respini Respini of Pleasant Hill, Edward H.

of San Leandro, loving grandmother of Colette, Deno, John, Phillip and. Paul and De Respini, Jack, Janet, James Jeffrey De Respini, loving great-grandmother of John Michael Deno; loving sister of Ernest Pava of Oakland, Evangeline Ferreira of Vallejo, loving Carrie mother-in-law Abreu of Sally and Betty De Respini also Kaual, Hawaii, survived by many other relatives. A native of Kauai, Hawall; aged 63 years. A member of the Legion of Mary of St. Felicitas Church.

Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of C. P. Bannon, 6800 East 14th January Street, 25 at Oakland 8:45 on thence Saturday to St. morning Felicitas Church, 1604 Manor Requiem High Mass commencing at 9:15. Boulevard, San Leandro for Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Recitation of the Rosary Friday at 8 p.m. (For further information please call 632-1011). DOELL, Dr. Harold In Salinas, January 22, 1964. Father of Mrs.

Fred C. G. Wesley Doell Jenkins of Salinas, Mrs. of Napa and one son William Doell Doell of Salinas. Brother of Lester of Walnut Creek, Mrs.

Fred Kewell of Oakland, Mrs. Don Styles of Concord, Mrs. Norman Sondag of Lafayette and Mrs. Gene Peck of Palmdale; also survived by five grandchildren. A native of Oakland, aged 62 Alumni years.

A Association, member of the California California Dental Association, Live Oak Lodge, Number 61 A.M., The Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies and Aames Shrine. Private funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 25, at 2 p.m. from the STRUVE LAPORT FUNERAL HOME, corner of Lincoln West San Luis Street. Followed by private inurnment. Contributions to the cancer fund preferred.

fa*gETTI, Catterina, in Oakland, January 23, 1964, beloved wife of the late Cyril fa*getti, loving mother of Mary Delfrati of Marysville and the late John fa*getti and Anna C. Souza; grandmother of Dick fa*getti, Mary Souza, Sister Ann Marguerite C.S.J., Carmel Furger, Frances Matarrese and Agnes Morrison; also leaves 19 great-grandchildren. A native of Switzerland; aged 93 years. Auxiliary member of the Legion of Mary and Salesian Cooperate. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend funeral services, Monday, January 27, at 9:30 a.m.

at the CHAPEL of the CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, thence to St. Elizabeth's Church, 1500 34th Avenue, Oakland, where a sung Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul commencing at 10 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Sunday at 8 p.m. Interment, area.

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. (Parking adjacent to chapel.) For further infomation please phone 533-4114. GAMBA, Joseph of 2236 Harrington Avenue, Oakland, January 21, 1964, beloved loving husband of father the of Walter and Edward late Mary Rose Gamba; Gamba, both of San Leandro; loving brother of Rose Ambrose of Oakland; loving grandfather of Eddie Joe and Carol Rose Gamba; loving father-in-law of Stella and Louise Gamba; loving uncle of Dorothy Basuino, Phil and Albert Basuino, William and John Ambrose. A native of Providence Calabria, Italy; aged 77 years. A member of Independent Order of Foresters.

Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new mortuary of C. P. BANNON, 6800 East 14th Street, Oakland on Saturday morning, January 25, at 8:30, thence to St. Elizabeth's Church for a Requiem High Mass commencing at 9:00. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Recitation of the Rosary Friday at 8 p.m. (For further information please call 632-1011). HANLEY, Arthur William, in Oakland January 21, 1964, beloved husband of B. Maxeye Hanley; loving father of Arthur William and John Maxeye Hanley. A native of New York.

A member of L.0.0.M. No. 3224 of Oakland, Holy Names Society of St. Leo's Church. Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Safurday, January 25, at 9:30 a.m.

at the Fruitvale Chapel of the CLARENCE N. COOPER MORTUARY, 1580 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, thence to St. Leo's Church, Piedmont and Ridgeway, Oakland, where a Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary, Friday evening, 8 p.m. Interment, St.

Mary's Cemetery. (Parking area adjacent to chapel.) For further information please phone 533-4114. HAYDEN, Jean, in Concord, January 23, 1964, of 330 63rd Street, Oakland, dearly beloved mother of Lynn Lubushkin of Concord; devoted daughter of Winifred M. Ray of Huntington Park, beloved grandmother of Gregory, Douglas, and Victoria Lubushkin; dear mother-in-law of Victor Lubushkin. A native of Po mona; aged 60 years.

A member of The College Avenue United Presbyterian Church. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Saturday, January 25, at 11 a.m. from the Drawing Room Chapel of the Ellis Olson Mortuary, 727 San Pablo Avenue, Albany, conducted by Rev. Lloyd Gaut and Rev. Gwilym Jones of the First Presbyterian Church of Richmond.

Memorials in her memory to the Music Fund of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church will be appreciated. HOLWAY, Harriet Ella, in Oakland, Janvary 23, 1964, loving mother of the late Floyd Holway; dear sister of Mrs. Minnie E. Farum, Mrs. Grace Conrad and Earl Coover all of Oakland and the late Leah Covell, William H.

Coover, Edna E. Coover, Finley L. Coover and Edward A. Cover loving grandmother of Mrs. Audrey Pattison of Fremont; loving greatgrandmother of Patricia and Stephen Pattison; loving aunt of Grace Muller, Gertrude Meyer, Leah Porter, Bernice Maki and Muriel Coleman.

A native of Plymouth, "Amador California. Friends are invited to attend services at The East Oakland Chapel of GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES, 2372 E. 14th Street, Oakland, Saturday, January 25 at 2:00 p.m. Dr. Clarence Reidenbach officiating.

Services to be concluded at the Mortuary Chapel. (Ample parking in adjoining garage) JOHNSON, Harlan in San Leandro, January 22, 1964, of 679 Beatrice Street, San Leandro; dearly beloved husband of Anna M. Johnson: loving father of Mrs. Estelle Kiss of Fremont, Mrs. Marilyn Johnson of San Leandro; idolized son of Mrs.

Hattie Johnson of Berkeley; dear brother of Mrs. Ethal George of Oakland, Ansen Johnson and Archie Johnson of Newark; also survived by. 3 Calculators. grandchildren. An employe of Friden A native of Oakland; aged 54 years.

Friends are invited to attend the services Saturday January 25 at 11 a.m. from the Rose Garden Chapel of the GUERRERO SERAMUR MORTUARY 407 Estudillo Avenue, San Leandro. Inurnment (private) Evergreen Cemetery, Oakland. For further information please call 638-0632. KNOTT, T.

in Oakland, January, 23, 1964, beloved husband of Amy Knott. A native of Illinois. Private services were held A Friday, Janvary 24, at the JOHN COX PIEDMONT MEMORIAL CHAPEL. MARTIN, Carolyn, in Oakland, January 22, 1964, beloved daughter of Dr. Frank Martin and the late Mary Elizabeth Martin; loving sister of Susan Martin.

A native of California; aged 18 years. A member of the First United Presbyterian Church. Friends arelinvited to attend Memorial MOUNTAIN VIEW ASSOCIATION CREMATION ENTOMBMENT GROUND BURIAL 5000 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland 658-2588 A non profit organization carving thie community for 100 years Church Services of at the Oakland, First 20th United Presbyterian and who Sunday, wish January 26, at 3. p.m. Oakland may Orpheus, make Foundation, contributions to the United Center Hospital Presbyterian Chapel Foundation Fund, Civic The First Presbyterian Ming or the Quang Home.

MARTIN, January 22, Mary 1964 Elizabeth, beloved In wife Oakland, Frank Martin; loving mother of of Susan Dr. sister Martin of and Kenneth the late Carmichael Carolyn Martin; C. McGraw. native of Ohio; Lois and 49 years. A member of the First aged Presbyterian Church of Oakland.

United Friends are the Invited to attend Church Services of at Oakland, First 26th United and Presbyterian who Sunday, wish January may 26, make at 3 p.m. Friends Broadway, the Oakland Orpheus Foundation, The to contributions First Civic United Center Hospital Presbyterian Chapel Presbyterian Ming Quong Foundation or the Fund, Home. 21, MacCOOL, 1964, Alice, beloved In mother Hayward, January MacCool of Chico; sister of Charles Howard Schmidt of Davis, San Ramon; grandmother of Susan Stephen and Nancy MacCool; Sophie daughter of the late Carl and tive San Lorenzo. A naSchmidt San Friends of are Lorenzo: invited to aged 82 years. funeral services, Friday, attend the at 22297 11 a.m.

Mission at the Boulevard, Hayward Mortuary, January 24, the Rev. James A. Andrews officiating. NEWMAN, Anna Mae In Fremont JanuW. ary 22, Newman, 19647 loving beloved Mother wife of of Raymond S.

of Newman of Elcher Norman, loving Raymond sister Paul of Modesto, Watts Eicher of Washington D.C.7 loving Ohio; daughter three of Love grandchildren. Vaubel of Chillicothe, Native of Alta Leipsic, Ohio; aged 68. A member of the Mira Club of San Leandro. Services will be held Saturday, January CHAPEL 25 at OF 11 a.m. at the FREMONT THE ROSES MORTUARY, 1940 Peralta Boulevard, Peralta at Temple Way, Fremont with Rev.

EUgene V. Holland, pastor of the Haly Trinity Lutheran Church. Entombment will be at the Chapel of the Chimes in Hayward. Friends wishing may donate to the Cancer Society, in lieu of flowers. O'CONNELL, Nora In Oakland, Janvary 22, 1964, beloved wife of the late J.

O'Connell, loving mother of Rev. John G. O'Connell, Mrs. William J. Kennedy, and Eamon P.

O'Connell, devoted grandmother of 15 grandchildren, a nafive of County Cork, Ireland. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Saturday, January 25th at 9:30 a.m. from the Mosswood Chapel of ALBERT ENGEL AND CO. 3630 Telegraph Avenue and 37th Street. Thence to Sacred Heart Church where solemn Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul commencing at 10 a.m.

Recitation of the Rosary, Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. PARKER, Floyd in Berkeley, January 23, 1964, beloved husband of the late Ethel A. Parker; loving father of Roy E. Parker of El Cerrito and Mrs.

Mildren Canham of Lafayette; beloved grandfather of Mrs. William D. Stein of San Francisco, Mrs. William R. Burton of Lafayette, Christine, Ann and Julia Parker all of El Cerrito; dear brother-in-law of Mrs: J.

R. Totten, Mrs. E. E. Robins and Mrs.

E. E. Luther all of Berkeley. A. native of California; aged 78 years.

Friends may call at the LITTLE CHAPEL OF THE FLOWERS, 3051 Adeline Street, Berkeley between and 9 p.m. Saturday, January 25, and are cordially invited to attend the funeral services to be held Sunday, January 26 at 2 p.m. in The Little Chapel of the Flowers. Rev. Thomas W.

Toler, First Christian Church of Oakland, officiating. Concluding services private. RICKENBACK, Tammy A. In Pleasanton, January 23, 1964. Loving daughter of Mr.

Mrs. Dominick Rickenback Jr. Loving granddaughter of Mr. Mrs. Dominick Rickenback Sr.

and Mr. Mrs. Robert E. Silva of Pleasanton. Loving niece of Mrs.

Frank Auf-termaur of Diego, Miss Pleasanton, Ellen Mrs. Gale Rickenback Todd of San Mateo, loving sister of Sandra Ann and twin sister of Mitzi Ann. A native of California. Age 3 months. Friends are invited to attend services Saturday January 25, at 10:30 a.m..

at St. Augustine's Church, Pleasanton. Interment St. Augustine Cemetery, Pleasanton. Under the auspices of Graham Hitch Mortuary.

SIMATOVICH, Nicholas in Oakland, January 21, 1964, dearly beloved husband of Ada I. Simatovich; brother of Anthony P. Simatovich. A native of San Francisco; age 53 years. A member of the American Chemical Association.

Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Saturday, January 25 at 8:30 a.m. from the LAUREL CHAPEL of ALBERT ENGEL 3300 High Street, thence to St. Jarlath's Church where a sung Mass of Requiem will be offertd for the repose of his soul commencing at 9 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Friday evening at 8 p.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

(For further information please call 532-6068.) SMITH, Harold, in Oakland, January 22, 1964, dearly beloved husband of Gladys B. Smith; loving father of Harold A. and Marrack H. Smith; dear grandfather of Steven H. Smith.

A native of Scotland, a member of Brooklyn Lodge No. 225, F. A.M. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend services Saturday January, 25, at one p.m. in the Laurel Chapel of ALBERT ENGEL AND 3300 High Street, Oakland, under the auspices of Brooklyn Lodge No.

225, F. A.M. Inurnment private. Memorials to the Alameda County Foundation, March of Dimes preferred (for further information please call 532-6068.) SNOW, John in Oakland January 22, 1964, beloved brother of Charles, Adeline and Edna Snow and the late Mabel and Clarence Snow and Mrs. Ethel McGinty.

A native of Oakland; aged 76 years. Friends are invited to attend services Friday, January 24, at 3 p.m. at TRUMAN'S CHAPEL, Telegraph Avenue C. at 30th Street, Oakland, Rev. David Hassell officiating.

Memorials may be sent to the Alameda County Heart A Association, 121 E. 11th Oakland. SHAUL, Lena, in Oakland, January 23, 1964, loving mother of Marguerite Borncamp; grandmother of Gail Borncamp and Ford Borncamp Jr. A native of Nova Scotia; aged 87 years. STARR, Thomas in San Francisco, private.

Private services to be held by GRANT MILLER MORTUARIES. Inurnment January 21, 1964, beloved husband of Nellie Starr; brother of Clarence Starr of El Cerrito and Roy Starr of Turlock; uncle of Lawrence W. Long of Colma, Mrs. Maxine Stevenson of Fremont, and Merle Howley of Sacramento: cousin of Mrs. Vera Finley of Mason City, Iowa.

A native of Iowa; aged 71 years. A member of Hawaiian Lodge Aloha Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S. of Honolulu, the Plumbers Union Local 444. Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Safurday, January 25 at 1 p.m. at the Fruitvale Chapel of the CLARENCE N.

COOPER MORTUARY, Services 1580 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland. under the auspices of the Masonic Service Board. Interment Odd Fellows Cemetery, Santa Cruz. (Parking area adjacent to chapel.) For further information please phone 533-4114. Divorces Filed CULP, Marian S.

vs. Lynn W. Jr. RASMUSSEN, Leah Patricia vs. Mark A.

COREY, Diane Linda VS. James EdHAWKINS, Linda vs. Robert. ward. ELLIS, Anna Mae vs.

Virgil James (separate maintenance). REED, Alvin Stanley vs. Helen Dolores. WARREN, Julia vs. Larry D.

REDDICK, Lillie Mae vs. Jimmie. MALOTTE, Carolyn M. vs. Karl R.

RIGGSBY, Joanne Lois vs. Jerry Mack. DONOVAN, Gerald F. vs. Ruth F.

HANKINS, Carol Lou vs. Janice F. PEPI, Lorraine Joan vs. Albert L. KYSER, Charlene Joan vs.

Donald L. COOPER, Alice M. vs. Gerald H. VIERRA, Wanda R.

vs. Arthur J. PLANETO, Elizabeth vs. Joseph (separate maintenance). SHELTON, Manon J.

vs. Robert. DOWNS, Warner F. vs. Ernestine.

WILLIAMS, Jimmie vs. Rena. CORTON, Thomas B. vs. Donna C.

Divorces Granted ANNULMENTS MILICEVICH, Sarah Jane and Mirko A. SYED, Nasrulla and Farida Alladin. SOITO, Elizabeth Ruth and E. Edward. INTERLOCUTORY DECREES ANDRU, John W.

from Anne. DRIVER, Catherine E. from James S. MITCHELL, Dorothy Helen from David Schuyler. McDONALD, Jeanette from James.

BILLINGS, Ruth M. from John E. EDMINSTER, Dixie Ann from Donald. UPTON, Thomas from Shirley. FLORES, Mary from George.

BLACKMAN, Leo from Frances. HARRISON, Wilma H. from Robert J. LEGAUX, Marion from Kenneth Joseph. BOLAND, Patsy Ann from Richard Grant.

NETHERY, Robert L. from Norma Jean. LAUHER, Daniel E. from Barbara A. DIVORCE FINALS COOPER, Dawn C.

from Lester D. KECY, Beverly from James Edward. VIOLI, Irene Pauline from Bronto. GIPSON, Beatrice J. from Leon D.

SOUZA, Tonya D. from Anthony R. HOWELL, Ernest W. from Patricia J. LANDRE, Rose M.

from. Emile Bernard. MILESTONE, Eleanor M. from Walter F. WOODMAN, Mary Lou from Donald Parker.

Contra Costa County MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED KAVERT SNASHALL Dennis Allen Kavert, 20,. Walnut Creek, and Susan Gene Snashall, 19, Lafayette. MONTICELLI-ERSKIN Alfred Henry Monticelli, 20, Concord, and Marra Lee Erskin, 20, Pittsburg. Lou Emil Reghitto, 47, Antioch, and Janet Voeks, 45, Walnut Creek. FRIZZELL-MAESTRETTI-Richard Warren Frizzell, 21, and Victoria Anne Maestretti, 18, both Antioch.

COTTON-MORGAN- Charles H. Cotton, 26, of Richmond and Shirley Ann Morgan, 21, of San Francisco. OLIVA-CONKEY-Albert A. Oliva, 20, of Pinole and Lynn B. Conkey, 19, of Richmond.

MENLPOLDER-MAYS Larry E. Menlpolder, 21, of El Sobrante and Betty J. Mays, 19, of San Pablo. INTERLOCUTORY DECREES REGELLO, Jean H. from Frank A.

AGUAYO, Jacqueline H. from Frank R. LOCKHART, Nina J. from Duane L. DIVORCES FILED ULRICH, Josephine J.

vs. James WALKER, Joyce L. R. vs. Verle D.

SERNA, Carmen J. vs. Clara Ann. BEAMAN, Theresa A. vs.

Charles M. CARTER, James S. vs. Clara Ann. TURNER, Shirley vs.

Thomas LISTEK, Robert L. vs. Alvina M. WARREN, Claire R. vs.

Eugene Herbert. MORTENSEN, Lillian M. VS. William F. (annulment).

Bettie vs. Fred D. Permanently endowed care in a setting of serene beauty. The arrangements you choose, at the price you approve. Phone 654-0123.

Chapel of the Chines San Francisco Deaths Arnold, Wilma M. Nilson, A. Barbisan, Sister O'Brien, Madeleine Ester Radbruch, Anna M. Demartini, Louisa Stimmel, Millie Eden, W. Walgren, W.

E. Fonseca, M. Card of Thanks ALAMEDA COUNTY HEART ASSOCIATION Gratefully acknowledges Memorial gifts toward the fight Against heart disease. Memorial gifts may De malled to: Alameda County Heart Association Headquarters, 121 East 11th Street, Oakland HI 4-3564 or presented at Crocker Anglo National Bank. 1450 Broadway, Oakland, CITY OF HOPE gratefully acknowledges contributions.

2876 Brookdale Avenue, 532-7564. Since 1873 the prestige and dignity of an Albert Brown Service has cost no ALBERT BROWN FUNERAL Chapel phone 653-7323 -3476 PIEDMONT AVENUE OAKLAND I MONUMENTS MEMORIALS PLACED IN ANY CEMETERY Dealer for Rock of Ages OAKLAND GRANITE MARBLE CO. 6690 FOOTHILL BLVD. OAKLAND AVE 632-3341.

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