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butlerFrancisNotice - i i 1 VITAL RECORDS Beatfjs Funeral...
i i 1 VITAL RECORDS Beatfjs Funeral Announcements BRENNAN, Evelyo M loving wife oi Lawrence Brennan; moiner oi Lawrence Brennan oi Oakland; sister of Edith Mmnehanc of Mas sachusetts. Ruth Pratt. Albert and r red Matson. Funeral Mass Monday. 10 a.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church. 6657 Sunset Blvd. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Callanan BURKHART, Alice M. J. T. Oswald Mortuary, Reseda BUTLER, Francis Joseph Rosedale Mortuary (734-31SS) COHEN, Dorothy urornan mortuary, aireciors. CORT. Mary Groman Mortuary, directors. D'ANDREA, Helen passed away in anu itosa. Lam. ucccmoer . 197G. She was the wife of the lalci Otto D" Andrea; loving mother of Anita irocKcu oi i.oncoro. 101-onda Blackburn of Martinez. Calif.. Lila Ucckert and Janice Tho mas both of Walnut Creek: loving sister oi izora rroicop ana Margaret Kell v both of Oregon: also survived bv irranemldrcn and numerous foster children. She was a native of Orecon. aec 68 years. A member of the Scbastopol Grange No. 306 and numerous foster parent clubs. Fncnds are invited to attend memorial services Sunday. December 12. 197G. 1 p.m. at the Analy Funeral ChapeLSobastopoL Calif. Private inurnment. Donations preferred to the American ianccr society or nanna auy a Center. 17000 Arnold Dr.. Sonoma. Culir in hir memnrv. DAVIS. Mabel I. Uos Sngclrs JDmrs Political Reporter Peter Lisagor Dies WASHINGTON (ft Peter Lisagor. one of the most respected reporters in the nation's capital and a political commentator known to millions of television viewers, died Friday of cancer. He was 61. One of the last acts of his life was a message to people who had sent get-well wishes to the Public Broadcasting System's Washington Week in Review, where he appeared regularly. The message, which was to have been read Friday night on the program, was laced with the wit for which Lisagor was known: "I've had hundreds of inquiries about my defective voice, which has kept me silent for weeks and has improved the program immeasurably." it said. "Some Washington Week in Review viewers have felt blessed, others delivered and a few vindicated. "But mostly the cards and letters have been tea and sympathy, uncommon kindness and wishes for a quick recovery, which my doctors and I share. Bless you one and all." A few hours after dictating the message, he was rushed to Northern Virginia Doctors Hospital, where he died. He had suffered from cancer of the lung and larynx. Lisagor was Washington bureau chief for the Chicago Daily News. He also wrote a weekly syndicated column Sat Dec. 11. 1976 Pt III

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