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Inesday, February 19, 1986 THE TRIBUNE, Oakland, California Kesterson death traps still draw birds Newe FRESNO Despite a 000-a-month program to scare away birds, farm wastewater evaporation ponds at Kesterson Reservoir remain a death trap for nesting species, and continue to attract increasing numbers of migratory birds and hawks. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service documents obtained by a Fresno newspaper reporter show that 49 of 124 nests found in 1985 on the site had either deformed or dead embryos. Species nesting in the area included ducks (17 nests), killdeer (16 nests), American avocets (22 nests), and black-necked stilts (69 nests). The 1985 bird figures for bird deformities and deaths were up from the 1984 statistics.

Avocet deformities were not detected until 1985. There also is evidence that poisoning of the Kesterson ecosystem by selenium and other contaminants carried in farmdrainage water might be occurring in small mammals such as mice and shrews. The ponds are part of the larger Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge. Results from studies of larger mammals, such as coyotes and the endangered San Joaquin kit fox, are not yet available, according to Kesterson manager Gary Zahm. The bird studies also reveal that: are being attracted to the ponds in an in" creasing frequency." On Feb.

10, 365 pintail ducks were "hazed" or frightened off one of the 12 L.A. county population surges, expected to grow through decade The Associated Press LOS ANGELES The county's population, which grew sluggishly in the 1970s, has surged in the last six years, according to the most recent government tallies. Separately, estimates from a Los Angeles County Chamber of Commerce study indicate that whites for the first time have dropped below a majority of the population. "Los Angeles County's population. is on a roll," said George Marr, chief of population studies for Los Angeles County.

"The growth is sustaining itself and should continue through the remainder of the 1980s, at least." State and county experts differ slightly in their estimates, but both see significant gains. The increase as much as 8.1 percent, or 658,000 people, between 1980 and January, 1986- is due largely to higher birth rates among Hispanics and Asians, according to state and The Associated Press Cat's best friend Even cats need dental work once in a while, as 11-monthold Tippy finds out the hard way. Oceanside dentist Dr. Randy Smith, left, and an assistant perform oral surgery to repair a painful break in the cat's tooth. Tippy's owners said he injured the tooth when he fell out of a tree.

county statistics. brought about a shift in the ethMarr estimates the county's nic balance, according to a sepapopulation reached 8.075 million rate study by the county Chamin January, up 598,000 from the ber of Commerce. 1980 federal Census. For the first time, whites The state Department of Fi- dropped to less than a majority nance put Los Angeles County's of the population, the chamber population at 8.135 million, up estimated. 658,000 in the last six years.

The chamber's study said During the entire decade of whites make up 47 percent of the the 1970s, the county's popula- county population, compared to tion grew by just 435,000, or 6.3 53 percent i in 1980. The Hispanic percent. From 1971 to 1974, the population grew by percent population shrank each year. to 31 percent. Blacks remained Big population gains in earlier at 12 percent of the populaitons, years had been caused by waves while Asians, Pacific Islanders of migration from elsewhere in and others accounted for 10 perthe country, Marr said.

But this cent. decade, the gains came mostly "This broad ethnic range has because people already here never been so pronounced," were having babies in greater Marr said. "The county has benumbers. come a true polyglot center." Figures based on changes in As growth spurted in Los Andrivers' licenses show that geles, it slowed in Orange Coun000 people left Los Angeles for ty. Population there grew 10 perelsewhere in the state or country cent in the last six years, after in 1985, while only 175,000 peo- shooting up 36 percent in the ple moved in.

1970s. Orange County's populaThe population changes have tion reached 2.12 million in 1986. Permission to sue for price-fixing could be worth $1 billion to state The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO A state appeal court ruling allowing customers below the wholesale level to sue for price-fixing by manufacturers could be worth $1 billion to the state of California in a pending oil antitrust case, a state lawyer said yesterday. The decision by the 1st District Court of Appeal, issued last Friday, was the first by a Cali! fornia court on the issue of whether "indirect purchasers" any buyer except the one who purchases directly from the manufacturer can sue for overcharges caused by illegal price-fixing. The court's ruling allowing such suits is likely to be appealed to the state Supreme Court and could wind up before the U.S.

Supreme Court, said lawyers for both sides. "It's going to be extraordinarily significant," said Assistant Attorney General Thomas Dove, head of the Antitrust Division in the state Justice Department. "We're talking billions of dollars, a billion in California alone," in a five-state petroleum the manufacturers' illegal priceproducts case pending in a Los fixing. Angeles federal court. The U.S.

Supreme Court ruled "I would hope the U.S. Su- in 1977 that only a direct purpreme Court would address this chaser could sue for price-fixing issue," said James Kirkham of damages under federal antitrust San Francisco, lawyer for the law. The court said it was conlosing side in the appeals court cerned that the manufacturer case. "The issue is very clearly might have to pay damages to presented: when these two laws two different sets of customers are just bang-on inconsistent, for the same overcharges does the California law frus- damages that are tripled under trate the purpose of the federal antitrust laws. law?" Kirkham represents four ma- But the court did not say manufacturers of coconut oil whether states could allow damjor who were sued in both state and ages to indirect purchasers unfederal courts in an alleged der their own antitrust laws.

In price-fixing scheme involving 1978, the California Legislature the government of the Philip- passed a law allowing "any perpines. son who is injured" by an antiThe federal suit, by companies trust violation, including an indithat bought directly from the rect purchaser, to sue the violamanufacturers, was settled in tor. 1983 for $2 million plus purchase That law has been invoked in credits that were estimated then some of the state's largest antiat $10 million, a value that Kirk- trust suits. The state government ham said has since climbed. has sued as an indirect purchaser The California suit was filed in the petroleum products case in on behalf of all businesses in the Southern California and a simistate that bought coconut oil lar case in the same court involvfrom the distributors, allegedly ing cement products sold to highat prices that were inflated by way Stanford group invites Sakharov to speak The Associated Press mar STANFORD An informal group of Stanford faculty, staff and students invited Soviet physicist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Andrei Sakharov to speak at the university on world peace.

Professor Alphonse Julliard, chairman of the Stanford Committee on Dr. Sakharov's Visit, 100-acre evaporation ponds at Kesterson. On Feb. 5, 300 pintail, 16 mallard, 30 gadwall, and 17 cinnamon teal ducks were frightened away. Forty-five migratory birds of various species were found dead in the San Luis Drain that funnels drain water to the ponds, or at Kesterson Reservoir, between March 1985 and Feb.

10, 1986. Interior Secretary Donald Hodel ordered Kesterson closed March 15, 1985 because of fears the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, a tough bird-protection law, was being violated. In 1985, there were as many ducks, stilts, avocets, and kilIdeer nesting at Kesterson as in FUNERALS CHENEY, Jessie CHU, Linda Woo CLAXTON, Doris Marie co*ckE, Jessie I. DAVISSON, Harry L. DONNER, Muriel K.

GARCIA, Mary R. GRADIN, Richard HODDER, Muriel G. JACOBS, Kathleen S. KELLOGG, Iva W. KLANG, Samuel Michael LOUGHAN, Ethel Catherine PETERSON, Roy E.

PHILPOT, Merrill Allan ROGERS, Doris Downing SMITH, Willie Jr. VILIOCCO, Pauline M. WASHINGTON, B. T. WATKINS, Herman R.

WOODRUFF, Robert E. YOSHIDA, Kino CHENEY, Jessie N. entered into rest San Jose, CA, February 16, 1986; beloved wife of the late Johnston 'Jack' Cheney; loving mother of Donald, Maynard. and Melvin Cheney and Bernette Starkey; grandmother of 12, great-grandmother of 17. A native of Lewisville, TX; aged 92.

A member of the First Baptist Church of San Jose and former member of the Melrose Baptist Church in Oakland. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Thursday, February 20, at 10:00 a.m. from the LIMA FAMILY ERICKSON ABBEY CHAPEL, 710 Willow St, San Jose. Graveside services at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, at Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. CHU, Linda Woo in Oakland, on February 13, 1986.

Beloved wife of Joe Wing Chu of Oakland; devoted mother of Gilbert and Mae Fong of San Jose, Joseph and Dorothy Chu of Fairfield, Gordon and Eleanor Chu of Cupertino, Randy and Joyce Lee and Jed and Alice Yee of Alameda, and Howard and Nancy Koo, Jack Wing Chu, and Frank Wing Chu of Oakland; loving grandmother of sister of Woo Shing Cheung of Hong Kong. A native of China, aged 68 years. Friends are invited to attend a Wake Service at the Mortuary on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 7:00 p.m., and the Funeral Service on Friday, Feb. 21, 2:00 p.m., at the Chinese Independent Baptist Church, 280 8th Oakland.

Interment, Mt. View Cemetery. Contributions may be made in her memory to the American Diabetes Association. ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY 3476 Piedmont Avenue 652-1873 CLAXTON, Doris Marie, of San Pablo, in San Pablo February 17, 1986; wife of the late Chester E. Claxton; mother of Stephen E.

Claxton and Janet L. Claxton, both Richmond; daughter of Violet C. Gatfozzi of Richmond; sister of Alice Carter of Oakland. Mrs. Claxton is also survived by one grandchild and two nephews.

A member of the Parent-Teacher Assoc. of Ford, Downer Richmond High School and a leader of Girl Scouts of all of Richmond. A native of Pensacola, Florida; aged 63 years. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Dan Gates of the First Baptist Church of Richmond on Friday, February 21, 1986 at 2:30 p.m.

at the Civic Center Chapel of the WILSON KRATZER MORTUARIES, 24th St at Barrett Ave, Richmond. Concluding services will follow at Rolling Hills Memorial Park, Richmond. Your memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 984, El Cerrito, 94530. Visiting hours until 9 KRATZER Richmond 232-4383 co*ckE, Jessie I.

of San leandro, February 17, 1986; loving mother and mother-in-law of Irene M. and James Keeley of San Leandro and Herschel J. co*cke; dearest grandmother of four grandchildren and four great dear sister of Edna Beckwith and Mamie Gunnon both of WashIngton. A native of North Dakota; aged 87 years. Services Wednesday, February 19, at 8:15 a.m.

from GRISSOM'S SAN LORENZO CHAPEL, 267 East Lewelling Blvd, San Lorenzo, thence to St. Felicitas Church, 1604 Manor Blvd, San Leandro for a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:00 a.m. Rosary was on Tuesday evening. Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward. GRISSOM'S CHAPEL DAVISSON, Harry L.

"Gus" H. L. "Gus" Dovisson, a thirty-five year resident of Walnut Creek, California, died at his home, February 14, 1986. Mr. Davisson was 82 years old.

Born April 27, 1903 at Mesa, Arizona Territory. he graduated from U.C. Berkeley with an AB degree in Business AdminIstration in 1926. He was Purchasing Agent for the City of Berkeley from 1927 to 1947, Purchasing Agent for Cutter Laboratories, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory and the City of Oakland from which he retired in 1970. His interest in cultural and historic matters included membership in the Friends of the Bancroft Library, Treasurer of the Association to Preserve the Danville Highway and Treasurer of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation.

Over the period of several decades Mr. Davisson amassed approximately 3,000 books and pamphlets on the history of the American Southwest from prehistoric times to World War I which he had recently donated to the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona. Davisson was preceeded in death by his wife, Catherine Starkey in 1972 and is survived by a brother Frank Davisson of Mesa, Arizona, son William Brooke Davisson of Oakland, California, son Thomas Starkey Davisson of Nevada City, California and four grandchildren. Memorial services will be held Sunday, February 23, 1986 at 2:00 p.m. at the San Ramon Valley Congregational Church of which we was a charter member.

According to his wishes, in lieu of flowers donations should be made to your preferred charity. 1984, despite the program to ment official recently photoscare them off through hazing. graphed a golden eagle eating a coot at a duck club near KesterBetween 4,000 and 8,000 trico- son. lored blackbirds, which have been discussed as possible candi- No problems with young or dates for the federal endan- embryos were detected in 1985 gered-species list numbers, because roost of at miles the west Volta of Wildlife Kesterson, Area a con- 10 declining nightly within cattail stands on trol area for the studies. The Volfour Kesterson ponds.

ta site has a clean water supply. Hawks and other raptors, in- Much of the Kesterson bird cluding eagles, are being attract- data collected in 1985 5 will be ed to the ponds, apparently seek- presented to the North American ing weakened coots as prey. Two Wildlife Conference in Reno, or three hawks now are seen dai- March 25, according to ly in the area. On Feb. 10, Fish Harry Ohlendorf, the Fish and and Wildlife employees found Wildlife biologist who first dethree coots that had been killed tected the bird deformities at by hawks.

An Interior Depart- Kesterson in 1983. HODDER, Muriel G. A notive of New York and a resident of San Ramon for 12 years, died in her home Saturday, February 15, 1986; aged 73. Mrs. Hodder's husband died in 1985.

Survived by one daughter, Carole Patrick of Dublin, one son, 'Richard Hodder of Cave Junction, OR, one sister, Audrey Pace of Oakland and five grandchildren. Memorial Service was held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. Clare's Episcopal Church in Pleasanton. Burial will be private.

GRAHAM HITCH 846-5624 JACOBS, Kathleen in Alameda, February 15, 1986; beloved wife of the late Frank R. Jacobs; stepmother of Frank R. Jacobs Jr. and Janet Fahey of Moraga; grandmother of five grandchildren. A native of Boise, Idaho; aged 75 years.

A retired teacher of 25 years of the Alameda Unified School District. Friends are invited to attend memorial services Saturday, March 1, 1986 at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 2441 San Jose Ave, meda, the Rev. Charles Dubbs will officiate. Interment Mt.

View Cemetery, Oakland. FOWLER-ANDERSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS 522-5872 KELLOGG, Iva W. 87, died in Moraga, Saturday, February 15, 1986. She was a retired school teacher from Southern California, having taught English in Santa Ana and Los Angeles schools for over 30 years. During the late 1940's, she taught English at Brighton, Sussex, England and in the 1950's, under a Fulbright Grant, taught English in Bangkok, Thailand.

Under the U.S. State Department during the 1960's, she taught English in the University at Kabul, Afghanistan, as a member of the University of Columbia Team. A native of California, she was a gradu-, ate of the University of California, Berkeley and received a Masters Degree from Columbia University. As a long time resident of Laguna Hills, CA, she was active in many women's interno tional and service clubs and traveled extensively She is survived by her throughout the world. nephews, Mr.

F. D. Kellogg of Moraga, Mr. William W. Kellogg of Fairfield, Mr.

R. B. Kellogg of San Leandro and her niece, Mrs. Enid Parker of Fullerton. Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 p.m.

on Thursday, February 20, 1986 at the Valley Church of Moraga, 1689 School Moraga. Interment will be at the ForLawn Memerial Park, Glendale in the Columbarium of Holy Trinity alongside her husband, the late William Smalling Kellogg. OAKMONT MEMORIAL PARK MORTUARY Lafayette 935-3311 rangements 232-4383 KLANG, Samuel Michael of Richmond, in Richmond, February 14, 1986; father of Robert Kiang of San Francisco and Edy Panevics of Paradise; brother of Manny Klang of Oakland, Harry Klang of Sacramento and the late Henry Klang; grandfather of Michael Panevics of Paradise. A native of San Francisco; aged 76 years. A member of the Warehousem*n's Union Local 6, Oakland.

At Mr. Klang's request, no funeral services will be His ashes will be scattered over the Pacific Ocean. Memorials may be made to the American Foundation for AIDS Research, 9601 Wilshire Bivd, Mezzanine Level, Los Angeles, 90210. The Civic Center Chapel of the WILSON KRATZER MORTUARIES in Richmond in charge of ar- LOUGHAN, Ethel Catherine in Livermore, on February 17, 1986. Beloved wife of the late George Loughan of NY; devoted sister of Phillis Friedman of Oakland, and the late Jerry Andrews of Stockton, Martha Thomas of Oakland, and Walter Durst of Oakland; sister-in-law of Jane Andrews of Stockton and Mimi Durst of Oakland; loving aunt of Fred Andrews of Livermore, Lana Orr of Stockton, Beverly Mayers of Castro Roger Durst of Salt Lake City, UT and Martha Gulko of Kentfield.

A retired fur buyer and saleslady for H. Liebes of San Francisco. A notive and lifetime resident of Oakland; aged 91 years. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at the Mt. View Mausoleum Chapel on Thursday, February 20, at 1:00 p.m.

Inurnment, Mt. View Mausoleum. ALBERT BROWN MORTUARY 3476 Piedmont, Oakland PETERSON, Roy E. 83, of Berkeley, Feb. 6, 1986.

Graduate of U.C. Berkeley, Class of 1924. Retired partner of Hood Strong, CPA. A member of the Commonwealth Club of California, the S.F. Commercial Club, U.C.

Faculty Club, Beta Gamma Sigma and Delta Sigma Pi-honorary professional fraternities, Friends of the Pacific School of Religion, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, the YMCA Cardiac Rehabilltation Group, the Commons Club of Berkeley, the Hillside Club and the Berkeley Lawn Bowling Club. Predeceased by Ruth Ashdill Peterson, wife, and Allan A. Peterson, Son. Survived by Dorothy Peterson, wife; Marty Hoskins, daughter; grandchildren: Clifford Hoskins, Lynn Suhr, Alison Bazar, Eric Peterson, Kristin Peterson, Steve Peterson; great-grandchildren Trevor and Nicholas Peterson and nephew, Jack Stanley. Memorial Services will at 2:00 p.m.

Thursday, February 20, 1986 at First Congregational Church of Berkeley. Donations in his memory may be made to the First Congregational Church of Berkethe University of California Foundation, or the Berkeley Lawn Bowling Club. McNARY-MORGAN ENGEL Oakland 848-1238 PHILPOT, Merrill Allan on February 16, 1986, a resident of Martinez since 1924. Survived by James Philpot and Madolyn Philpot. Services were held on Tuesday, February 18, in Martinez.

ROGERS, Doris Downing in San Leandro, on February 15, 1986, of cancer, at the age of 77. Her family, who has always loved and respected her, includes her best friend and husband of 51 years, Walter; her daughters, Joy Camara and Lynn Rogers; her son-in-law, Robert Camara; her grandson, Kevin Camara; her granddaughter, Teresa Hagerman, her granddaughter's husband, Larry Hagerman, and her dear friends, Ed and Mel Tinloy. Arrangements were handled by the Neptune Society and her ashes will be scattered at sea. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society or to your favorite charity would be appreciated.

appreciated. WASHINGTON, B. after a sudden and unexpected heart attack in Berkeley, February 13, 1986; dearly beloved husband of Kathleen Livermore Washington; loving father of Curtis, Eugene and Leroy Washington; dear Fleeks brother of Caroline and William Kamarra. A native of New York; aged 38 years. Graveside services Thursday, February 20 at 1 p.m.

at Mt. Cemetery, 5000 Piedmont Ave, Oakland. Memorial services Friday, at February Epworth 21 at 11 a.m. Methodist Church, 1953 Hopkins St. Berkeley.

BAYVIEW CHAPEL BERKELEY SMITH, Willie Jr. (Bill), February 12, 1986; son of the late Willie and Carrie Smith; he leaves to mourn three sisters and four brothers, Nancy and Carrie Carter, Gracie Jefferson, Vernon, William, Frank and Bobby Smith; also survived by a host of nieces, friends. A resident nephews, relatives and Oakland. A native of Ferriday, LA; aged 64 years. Quiet hour February 19th from 7 to 8 p.m.

at FOUCHE'S HUDSON FUNERAL HOME. Funeral service will be February 20th at Union Baptist Church, 946 71st Ave, Oakland at 11 a.m. Rev. Pool will be officiating. Interment Mt.

Eden Cemetery, Hayward. VILIOCCO, Pauline M. in San Francisco, February 15, 1986; beloved wife of the late Joseph M. Viliocco; loving mother of Llouise S. Adamo of San Jose and Neal A.

Orsi of Alamo; devoted grandmother of Karen, Pat, Suzanne, Cindy, Renee, Tamara and Sean; vada fhree; Negrandmother of Williams and Gloria Sherlock; aiso survived by other loving relatives. A native of Dayton, NV. Friends are invited to attend services from the ELLIS-OLSON MORTUARY, 727 San Pablo Ave, Albany (525-0246) Friday, February 21, 1986 at 9:30 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burlal at 10:00 a.m. at St. David's Church, 5641 Esmond Ave, Richmond.

Recitation of the Rosary Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Mortuary. Committal services, St. Joseph's Cemetery, San Pablo. Donations in her memory to the Sisters of Presentation, S.F.

94118 2340 Turk Blvd, would be WATKINS, Herman R. Monday, February 17, 1986 in Pinole; survived by his devoted wife, Minerva Watkins; three children, Nedra Bell, Herman Watkins, Jr. and Glenn Watkins; two grandchildren, Jason Nikki Bell; a sister and two brothers and a host of relatives and friends. A resident of El Cerrito for 21 years. Mr.

Watkins as an Oakland fireman for 28 years before his retirement. He was a Charter member of the California Sportsmans and active in El Cerrito Chapter of the NAACP. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday, February 20, 1986 at 4:00 p.m. at FOUCHE'S HUDSON, CHAPEL OF PEACE, 3665 Telegraph Ave, Oakland. Clyde Gaskin officiating.

For further information call 654-8558 FOUCHE'S HUDSON FUNERAL HOME WOODRUFF, M.D., Robert Everett, suddenly in Incline Village, NV, February 15, 1986, a resident of Alamo; beloved husband of Terri Woodruff; loving father of Whitney and Ashley Woodruff; dear son of Dr. Raymond and Geraldine Woodruff on Monticello, Wl; brother of Dr. Ken Woodruff, John Woodruff, Donald Woodruff, Shirley Hill, Judy Blanchard and Heidi Sydnor. A native of Monticello, WI; aged 38 years. A member of A.M.A., C.M.A., A.C.C.M.A., and the C.S.A.

Dr. Woodruff was a prominent thesiologist at Merritt Hospital in Oakland for the past 10 years. He was also an active Staff member at John Muir Hospital In Walnut Creek. Friends are invited to visit on Thursday, February 20, from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the OAK PARK HILLS CHAPEL, 3111 North Main St, Walnut Creek and to attend funeral services at the Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, 49 Knox Drive, Lafayette on Friday, February 21, at 1:00 p.m.

Interment at Oakmont Cemetery, Lafayette. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Robert E. Woodruff, M.D. Memorial Fund, Summit Bank, in care of Dieter Jergens, 30th and Broadway, Oakland, CA. OAK PARK HILLS CHAPEL Walnut Creek 934-6500 DONNER, Muriel in Oakland, February 17, 1986; beloved wife of Chester W.

Donner; cousin of Arthur J. Angeli, Paul Parker, Gene Valla, Thelma Baptiste; second cousin of Michele Zaugg, Suzanne Angeli; sister-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Morton Sarver; aunt of Donaid, Howard and Larry Sarver. A notive of Oakland.

Friends are invited to attend services at the TELEGRAPH AVENUE CHAPEL Thursday, February 20, at 11:00 a.m. Entombment, Mountain View Mausoleum. GRANT MILLER MORTUARY 2850 Telegraph Ave Oakland 451-6434 GARCIA, Mary R. in Oakland, February 16, 1986; beloved wife of the late Joseph F. Garcia; loving mother of Raymond F.

Garcia and Shirley Sloan; loving grandmother of Larry and Tina Sloan, David and Glen Garcia and great-grandmother of Veronica Marie; dear sister of Angeline Thom-. as and Rose Pacheco and the following late: Joseph and Anthony Rodrigues; also leaves nieces and nephews. A native of the Azore Islands; aged 85 years. A member of the Legion of Mary. Friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral on Thursday, February 20, at 9:30 a.m.

in COOPER'S CHAPEL, 1580 Fruitvale Ave, thence to St. Anthony's Church, East 15th at 15th Ave, for her Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. in the Mortuary Chapel. Interment, St.

Mary's Cemetery. Memorial contributions to St. Anthony's Dining Room would be appreciated. COOPER'S CHAPEL 533-4114 GRADIN, Richard in Martinez, CA, February 17, 1986; beloved very special friend of Joy Huffman of Vallejo; loving brother of George Gra din of Oakland and Carmen Gradin of Mexico; dear brother-in-law of Barbara Gradin. A native of Oakland; aged 51 years.

Friends are invited to attend services from the ELLIS-OLSON MORTUARY, 727 San Pablo Ave, Albany (525-0246) Friday, February 21, 1986 at 10:30 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m. at St. Ambrose's Church, Gilman and Cornel Aves, Berkeley. Recitation of the Rosary Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Mortuary.

Committal services, St. Joseph's Cemetery, San Pablo. The Tribune's Local section has more news of your community. To subscribe, call 839-3939 YOSHIDA, Kino in Hayward, February 14, 1986. Beloved wife of the late Eisaku Yoshida, loving mother of Emiko and Masato Miyamura of San Leandro, Elichi and Fuse Yoshida of Hayward, Shiyoge and Ruby Yoshida of Salinas, Bettay Araki of Carmichael, Nobuko and Harry Colman of Palo Alto, Saburo and Diane.

Yoshida of Castro Valley, Kinuko and Koil Hayashi of San Mateo, Setsuko and Kay Endo of Castro Valley. Devoted Grandmother of Masaye Irish, Janice Wong and Kurt Miyamura; Renie, Vance and Norman Yoshida; Craig, Donna, Laura and Joey Yoshida; Suzanne, Stacy, Roger, Michael and Teddy Yoshida; Jena. and Marsha Araki; Dr. Deborah, Eric, Mary, Dean Hoshizaki and Ronin Colman; Jim and Stuart Hayashi; Roderick and Dina Endo. Great Grandmother of Cory Ashlee Irish; Elisa and Christopher Wong.

Also survivied by sister-in-law Yuki Kamano; aunt of Haruo Kamano and Kiyoko Wong. Founder of Sunnyside Nurseries; a native of Ishikawa Ken, age 85 years. Pioneer member of the Oakland Buddhist Church, Sr. Fujinkai, Sulyo Hana-kai, and Yuwa-kal. Honored California Immigrant Citizen of the Year, May 4, 1977.

Resident of the U.S.A. for 67 years. Visitation at Chapel of The Chimes Mortuary Oakland, 4499 Piedmont Ave. on Tuesday and Wednesday from 12 to attend funeral sernoon. Friends are vices to be held at the Buddhist Church of land, on Wednesday, Feb.

19 at 7:00 p.m. Commital Services on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 10:00 a.m. at Chapel of The Chimes. CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES MORTUARY-OAKLAND 654-0123 15-In Memoriam in loving memory of Crisanta Banez Cadiz.

We love you and miss you. Ding and children, your parents, sisters and brothers. said he wrote a letter on Feb. 15 for this visit." to the physicist, who now is in Julliard, a professor of exile in the Soviet city of Gorky. French, said a visit was unlikely The letter said Stanford Presi- during the university's comdent Donald Kennedy and Secre- mencement week.

tary of State George Shultz, now A similar invitation was ison leave from Stanford's Gradu- sued to Soviet leader Gorbachev ate School of Business, would be Feb. 3 by Stanford students. asked "to intervene with Secre- No speaker has been selected tary (Mikhail) Gorbachev to for the Stanford commencement give you (Sakharov) permission June 15. IF YOU DON'T LOCATE just what you want, it's easy and inexpensive to place a "wanted" ad to get it..

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