Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 7, 1942 · Page 12
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!JWSfJl!!!JJJ! IIJ ,U..H 12 OAKLAND TRIBUNE, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1942 I iur Dead in Auto Accidents Pedestrians Struck by Motorcars and Bus hi Holiday Dimout Here Tour persons, all pedestrians, died here last night and early today as the result of holiday-dimout automobile and bus accidents Dead are: Sylvester Rodrigues, 53, of 1281 64th Avenue. Leon Bess, 34, and his wife, Amanda, 30, of 1604 11th Street. Archie-MacDonald, 54, of 881 30th Street Hodrigues, the first holiday fatality here, died in Highland Hospital. He was struck by a Key System bus at East Fourteenth.. Street and 65th Avenue. Alfred Brandtjen, 43, of 2028 38th Avenue, the bus driver, was not held. Rodrigues was in the pedestrian lane when struck, police said. Bess and Ms wife were crossing Kiglith Avenue at East Fourteenth Street when struck by an auto . driven by Joaquin Borrego, 41, of 1487 Seminary Avenue. Borrego will be questioned by police. Bess and his wife were dead on arrival at Highland Hospital. MacDonald was walking in the Grove Street cross walk at 32nd Street, when he was knocked down by an auto driven by Vngve Enck-wn, 35, of 3040 Grove Street. MacDonald died in Highland Hos- etal, seven hours after the accident, ickson, said by police to be driving, at 15 miles per hour, was cited for violation of the pedestrian right-of-way. Thret Hurt, One Held In Sen Jose Accidents SAN JOSE, Sept. 7. Three per sons are injured and one autoist faces hit-and-run driving charges today after a series of traffic accidents reported by officers over the week-end. Donald Noonkester, 11, of Campbell, suffered a fractured leg when knocked from his bicycle by an unidentified motorist's car on Rincnn Avenue near the boy's home. The Noonkester boy is in the County Hospital. Emily Fredericks, 58, of Agnew State Hospital, wag treated in San Jose Hospital for head injuries re ceived when her. car and a taxicab driven by Herbert Jarniston collided at Second and Jackson Streets. George Melcher, 18, Milpitas ranch Worker, was arrested by highway patrolmen on a hit-and-run driving charge after his car and a taxicab driven by Frank Untermoelle collided on Oakland Highway near Berryessa Road. No one was injured. Oliver Warf, 29. of 157 North Ninth Street, received head injuriry and extensive cuts when struck by an auto driya by Roy Maiasci. 28. of 1261 Naffer Avenue at Warf walked at Market and San Salvador Streets. PROMINENT CHINESE FAMILIES LINKED BY MARRIAGE Just married, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shoong are shown here lust after they leff St Paul's Episcopal Church Saturday night More than 700 auests gathered for the ceremony, which united the Shoong and Wu families. Mrs. Shoong was the former Corinne Wu, daughter of Henri Wu of Oak land. The bridegroom is the son of Joe Shoong, widely known Oakland businessman. Mrs. Shoong will continue her schooling while her husband completes aviation studies with the U.S. Army. Tribune photo. Danville Woman, Aged 82, Is Buried DANVILLE, Sept. 7. Mrs. Mary Alma Baker, 82, Contra Costa pioneer who died at her sister's home in Napa, was burled in Alamo Cemetery following funeral services in the Community Presbyterian Churc h here. Rev. W. Wilson Rasco officiated at the last rites. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Robert McPherson, Mrs. Baker was born near Danville. Surviving the deceased arc her sister. Mrs. Jennie Bnrnett of Napa; two sons, Roger L. Todva of Danville, and Robert R. Podva of Oakland; three brothers, William I.. McPherson of Stockton, Robert E. McPhcr-son of Napa, and C. 1.. McPhrr.-on of Stockton: two other sisters, Mrs. Elsie McQill and Mrs. Tcssie Dar1. both of Oakland, and four grandchildren. Beef Blood Serum Helps Curb Shock BERKELEY, Sept. 7 Beef blood scrum to fortify plasma from Human sources was suggested today by University of California scientists as a possible aid in preventing fatalities caused by severe hemorrhage and shock. Work of developing s new technique to avert a fatal drop in blood pressure was reported progressing; under direction of Dr. Eric Ogden, associate professor of physiology. and F. D. Southard jr. and l,coA TARHEELS FLOCK IWife Cifes Call j RANCHER'S WIFE TO NAVY TO AVENGElFrom 'Other Woman' CHARGES CRUELTY U.S.S. ASHEVILLE ASIIEV1I.I.E. N.C., Sept. .7. iA'i-Covw and valleys, of this moun tain region have emptied out thcirj sons in eager tjvcr-cnli.simont or a call for 100 seamen to replace the erew of the U.S.S. Asheville, 1270-ton gunboat sunk by enemy action last. March in the .lava Sea. Naval recruiting officers issued a ci.,, m.ouc ,fnm the gunboat's crew from the city same department on the Berkeley thill Slive lhc wilI. vl.S!ipl its n.ime, campus. . but even before next Monday's The university scientists hold that: sw,.nrjnR.jn ecrernnnics were defi-collapse of blood pressure may op pitrly planned young mountain men prevented by injections of extract . n;lri 'rallied to 'go to sea. of beef blood scrum containing the From Chief Jarrctl Hlvthe head V1U1I acuvaior. f ,up F..isti.rn hiuiH ,.f flim-nltre It was bad enough, Mrs. Jeanne; Charging cruelty and asking $233 Andersen lestifie'd in obtaining aula month. Mrs. Ann J. Sehenone, 47, interlocutory divorce decree, when1 former I.ivermore Sanitarium nurse, her husband. Hal P. Anderson, now-filed a separate maintenance action a U.S. Army captain, went out with;. against Robert A. Srhenone, 46, other women, but when one of thorn 'wealthy Livormore r.-ncher. in Ala- called up the home and said. "I love mcda County Superior Court Ferries to Be Tried Out for Proposed Richmond S.F. Run RICHMOND. Sept. 7 Two ferries will be given a test run over the San Francisco-Richmond shipyards route this week, according to C. F. Fcnnema, vice-president and general manager of the Wilmington Transportaiton Company. The concern, Fennema said, has contracWf-vith the TJ.S. Maritime Commission to provide ferry service for the Richmond shipyards and the Marin shipyard near Sausalito. The Richmond line will be in operation with three ferries within two weeks, Fennema predicted, The Marin schedule, delayed by the necessity of building a new slip, will not start until late in October. Full schedules will call for three ferries on the local run, one to Marin County, and a fifth held in reserve. The boats will carry an estimated 2000 men on each run and will operate 24 hours per day. Fennema will visit Richmond shipyards Monday to inspect slip construction prior to ordering the test runs. The slips will be located near the plants so the workmen can walk to their jobs. PARALYZED DIVA SINGS FROM CHAIR NEW YORK, Sept. 7. )-The voice of Marjorie Lawrence, stilled for 14 months while she fought paralysis of the legs, rang out again yesterday as the Australian soprano of the Metropolitan Opera resumed her professional career from a wheel chair. "I can't tell you what a thrill it is to be singing again." the opera star said after appearing as guest artist on a commercial radio program. Only 50 persons were in the studio to listen. Stricken in Mexico City with paralysis traced to a vaccination against smallpox, Miss Lawrence was treated by her countrywoman, Sister Elizabeth Kenny,, and now can walk a few steps if supported. She holds hope for complete recovery. S.F. Attorney Leaves Estate of $40,000 SAN JOSE, Sept 7. Robert F. Peckham, Palo Alto and San Francisco, left an estate valued at approximately $40,000 when he died recently in Palo Alto, his will, filed in probate court, showed here today. By terms of the 1937 will. $25,000 is left in a bank to Be ncia in trust for a son, Robert Pef L ham Jr., and the balance is left to Peckham's widow, Mrs. Evelyn Peckham of Palo Alto. One Call One call was all that was necessary to rent the housekeeping room at 579 24th Street. Want Ad results! CURTAINS WASHED BY HAND and Hand Dipped DYE EXPERTS Returning tlx Orisinil Colon j per paael DELIVERED V $5.00 er More Orders. 10 off cash and carry. 35 ACE CURTAIN WORKS 2717 San Pablo TW-1979 Loses Sugar Books SAN JOSE, Sept. 7. What happened to Jack Bua of 883 State Street didn't sweeten his disposition today, Bua told Police Capt. Tom Short that he had lost both his family's sugar rationing books while on a downtown shopping trip. Shadows Suitable for Both Men and Women Tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. Louis L. Sherman, M.D., will deliver a transcribed messaee over KRE. Berkeley, on the seven points to help nature get rid of toxic poisons. Nothing but natural means to be carried out in one's own home will be difcys-ed. Don't fall to hear this message at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. Also tomorrow at 2:00 and 8:00 p.m. Dr. Sherman will discuss diet lor rheumatism, arthritis, and gallbladder disease at The Layman's Academy ol Health. 529 28th Street, Oakland. Bring written questions for platform discussion. Also dial KRE next Saturday morning at 9:00. Everyone welcome at the Academy class. SHOP HERE on TUESDAY STORE HOURS 8 A.M.. to 6 P.M. Market Closed Admission Day Wed., Sept. 9 . EAST BAY r JJ2 ) FOOD STAA7 WE CASH YOUR PAY CHECKS FREE PARKING! MONEY BACK GUARANTEE O 58TE YEAR free him and want him to bt was the last straw. She won the decree before Presiding Judge T. W. Harris. Her lesti-mony was enrrohorawd by her mother, Mrs. Louise Axdal. Both live at 1415 Santa Clara Alameda. Andersen made news in April, 1!)4I, when he attempted t block his wife's divorce suit until after that: The Schenones were married in I Oakland, November 11, 1017 and separated January 20 of this year. According to the wife's questionnaire, filed through Attorneys Wilbur Pierce and Charles W. F.hlcrs Avenue, Jr., Sehenone has separate property consisting of a one-third interest in a ranch valued at $50,000 and a one-third interest, in a theater bui Id ins worth $100,000, Groceteria Specials Tuesday, Sept.- 8th A KERN'S PURE PLUM JAM It2... w WILSON'S PIGS FEET To Address Center CASTRO VALLEY. Sept. 7.-D. A. Davit, of Petaluma. will discuss "Vaccines and Vaccination" as guest apeaker for a regular meeting of the Castro Valley Farm Center tomorrow night at 8:30 o'clock in the frammar school. Enlistment- Frees Two Indicted Men SAN JOSE. Sept. 7 Hcrausr th"y were found In have enlisted j in the Nations armed forces, two; men indicted by a g.-and jiuy fori undui'tini; a hoi.se race liookniak-i ing resort there were relcasttj vith fines totaling S750 bv Superior i Judge William V James lu re todav.l Waller Ladine was fined $500 He informed the court he i.s M'hed-! ulcd to report fur dutv as an Amiv teletype operator iininccli.-it 'ly Vernon Lee. who paid a $2511 fine, disclosed that he entered service nf the armed merchant marine San Jose Man Wins Army Commission - Sept 7 (.'omnii--lieiilen.inl in the transport corp.". local garage uper- Indians. came word that he would bring in from the reservation at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains 10 young red men to wear the Navy's blue. City officials have called upon Marvin Mclntyrc. presidential sec retary now vacationing here, seek- nf.y was Mclvin V ing his assistance in having a new' warship named for Asheville the war through resort to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Ilelief Ilili. They were married at Mar-tine. October 12. 1 fll'O. and separated October 10. 1!)10. Tinder terms of a iVyw-rty settlement approved bv the court. Mrs. The gunboat Asheville, which was sunk by Japanese bombs, was: launched July 4, 1!I18. whin Amen- rOf can launchings were reaching a! high figure against sinkings of the Kaiser's U-boats in World War I. j In September, 1!).'I7, the Asheville; was caught in the hue of Japanese J fire in the bombing of Anmy, China.; and her crew was forced beneath decks by shrapnel. ' Community property is listed as a $17,000 ei gilt-room home, S4000 worth of furnishings, two life insurance policies valued at $5000, two cars, two trucks, cattle, horses, farm equipment and bank accounts. The wife claims Sehenone has an Anderson will ron o ,. Salld .ilininiiv: I n c o m e ol approximately JiMUU a over a Ill-month period Her at tor- i month. She asks for $233 monthly Wno'1. separate maintenance online. ix?nn- ency of the suit and a "just and i proper sum" thereafter. ARMOUR'S TREET 12-oi. tin... 31' Funeral Rites Held Mrs. Cora Bickell ne SAN JOSE, sinned n first Army's motor Gayle L. Eyth. aitor, was "today ordered to repor for active duty September 15. I.icu icnani r.yin served two years as i a sergeant in World ..- l Oakland Girl Wins Scholarship STOP Being Sick 3-VAY EXAMINATION X- RAY LABORATORY RADIONICS Your body at one time func tioned normally and if given a chance will do so again. This examination will be different from any you have ever had. slwo i www rio X-Ray Fluoroscopy Heart. I.unns X-Kay Fluoroscopy Stomach I'rinilvvis I A.M. siii'rimcn i Sinuses. Traip-HI'iirimMon Trinprratiii-e. I!i suit : iui 0 lllmid Pressure' and Pulse Spine, Bones, Joints Nerves, Heflcxcs Ears, Nose. Throat All this plus the KI,K( TKOSTATIl' I)1a;nomf.tf.k analysis, of Bodv $2.5 0 EXAMINATION. ( IN ADDITION In the slena taken In llo- SI fill , niilna. tlAffi w will tYiuL n lt:irilitl lm':il hlililv of ,iiir i !nlntl. check you for vitamin ami mineral deficit nc .mil include a written vttaiuin-ininenil 1i.i1.uki i 1 h i to lu lji normalize your bodv cliemistn. You can depend on what is seen on the X-Ray senm . aiid-.J TOU can depend on all of the other tcsh m- make of your DOdy by our extensive equipment of the latest pru i ion m-alnimanta, Guesswork is eliminated by our standard examination. Make mppointment now. Phono VI vdmoni .'Wo ft a mmi liinu AVE. PIEDMONT 2988 Haaw W4. Friday, I to I; Sat I to 1 lil lata J I 11 "" 1 Jl IWIf 0TM1WIJ I ; Hetty Ann Sousa. 21. 518 4ntli iSlri1,-! 0:ilfl:irwl h.-it: li,.(.,i -iit-t-.l...! i,l-. ei.;,i 11 i t i flV irshin at tile National Patln.lir ) School of Social Service in Wash-1 inglon, DC, and will leave for the East tomorrow, accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Ann Sousa. Miss Sousa was graduated from ihe Colloce of Holy Names last May with a Bachelor of Arts degree,' cum I. nidi". She majored in economics and psychology and was 'elected to membership in Kappa i ! Gumma Pi. National honor society ; of Otholie Women's colleges. The' Donnhno scholarship is awarded! HAYWATlfl will be held Cora Hiekell, for the last XI lirdav at her h after a lenrttiv A native of Mickoll wa- tin- v JoM'ph M. Hiekrll deuce here sin- li: the l.adie,' Aid So odist Church. She is survived tor--. Mrs II K M M r Mi ll son. V.. K I'.ick Sept 7 Final rites, tomorrow for Mr ;l. Wayward resident yen: who died Sal- Maple Court nn-vlvnnia, Mrs i.lnv of the late During her resi-il been active in ietv of the Meth- Schenone'.s Mother. Mrs. Katherine .. Sehenone, is named as a defendant in the Milt also because she is trustee for the couple's home and real proM'ity. Richmond Phones Increase 50 Per Cent l.At'REI. RIDGE Apple Sauce J0 22forl9' BEETS ss 2r 19 JUICE LIBBV'S PINEAPPLE. 47-oz. tin 29. PICKLES DILL Paradise. Quart jar 17. CHIPS POTATO. I -lb. pkg 31c PICNIC GOODS. Wide Assortment. All 9 Items 7lc SALT MORTON. (Plain or Iodized) pkg .6' HILL CREST SOLID PACK Tomatoes N. Hi tin 2 "25 isillht Dealt) MIBACLE YAMS lrm w Packed in Brro No. 2 tin ... 1.1 RICHMOND. Sept 7 Richmond's new telephone directory, revealing a TiU per cent increase in service, is in the mails today, ac cording to George Spalteholz. Rirh-hv three datum-j mond branch manager. mi- of Oakland.' The issue lists HV-KHI services in A. C. Koaiitl of Il.ivwaril. audi this area, as compared to 5000 in C. K I I. .nk of IVtiu.vlv.inia:hhe previous book. The services' II of Honolulu: i total is the large-1 in the branch grandchildren and six great- igrandchildren Sel vices v. .11 be held tomorrow i tin iii' iiij' at HI ..clock at the Soren-Isen Hrolhers Chapel ('lo.-ing rites will be ..t the O iklanii Crematorium. history. Spjltehol," said, and reflects the city's growth since the establishment of defense industries here. Oaklander Named Mt. Eden Form Home To Marketing Post Group Will Gather j Appointment of V ! Oakland to the Fi MOUNT KDK.N'. Sept. 7.- Mrs. Mnryet'a W. llolin.in. County Farm Home Department demonstration agent, will conduct an instruction every, two years to an outstanding -Indent in the social sciences by the San Francisco branch of the National Council of Catholic Women. Field work for the scholarship is lone in and around Washmelon and1 New York. Miss Sousa will sjc- i.ihe in juvenile delinquency andJj ,,, vpturn t,( Oakland alter 'omnlitini her two years of study and i i'i i-i in:; hor master of science '!'-:tic hi social work. She was pre'aleot of the MacipiciV Dra-mal'i- S'lCiely at the local college. i oi of hor class and also of :i. tents Spiritual Council. She Ihi . in tli Holy Names graduate he awarded the scholarship m t ten vears. course on "Clothing Repair." as a high lich.t of a i ocular meeting of the Mount Film Farm Home De-p.'irtmenl toinoirow allornonn at 1 lo'eliu k a! the home of Mrs. John li. ('.mine. 711 Ihi- i ll City Road. 1. Harrison of h Fruit and Vegetable Distribution and Marketing Industry Advisory Committee was announcid today by the War Production Board in Washington. William R Grainger of Salinas was named In another new firnup, the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Production and Shipping Industry Advisory Committee. PARAMOUNT MEAT CO., "The Quality Boys" Shoulder and Rib AFfi I Fresh Ground OAfj Lamb Chops ,t 00p Hamburger , ZUV POT ROAST "" 32" UNION MEAT CO. CORN BEEF RILEY Shoulder and Rib ttA Dfpt' 119 Lamb Chops ffl Neck Bones 3... 25 Fresh Ground A A ft Hamburger IbZ0p RULK D 101 123 Shoulders of JAj BULK Ml Veal 18 SAUSAGE lb. Li 1-1 e he 'he Veteran San Jose Teacher Is Buried SAX .IOSK. Sept. 7 - Funeral or'ict v u ri c belfl today for Miss I 1 .lii-i Hi- Marker, veteran local ehool" ti-.irhi r w lin (lii-d Friday in San .Int. lie pit. I following a long tllni-s:- M:! Itarker had been connected with the city M-hool department for L'O years She was a past president of the local unit of the American AsMiciatinn of University Women. She was a rraduato of the I'niversity of California. Her mother. 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