Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 5, 1950 · Page 18
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r-t- --.- s W f . ? 3- . . 18 D Oakland Tribune, niursoay, jan. 5, .nj M rsl Ha rriett H ush Maaee. 76; , r bF. lB iF hM fca hv I MI M : Mrs. . Harriett HushVMagee, .,78, member of prominent, pioneer family here and wife of William" A. Magee, 'wealthy retired . San Fran Cisco realtor; died yesterday at-her home. Aide; . Farm on Redwood Road. - . !. 1 ' Death came after, a sudden illness to Mrs, Magee, for years one of the social' leaders ri tooth sides7 of the bay. '- l, : ' A native of 'Minneapolis, Minn-Mrs. Magee came tq ' Oakland as a young girL when her father, Yalen tine Hush. : moved his family here. The family established its home In the old Hush mansion at 1401 28th Avenue! It was; there that Har riett Louise5 Hush fwastoarriedtOH WiHiam A. agee; in a. double wadding ceremony attwhichiher sister, EsteHe .Woods . Hush become . the wifei' of Magees brother, Thomas Magee, August 10, 1892. ' ALDER FARM HOME During the early-years of their married life, the Magees spent their winter in "San Francisco and - their summers on' Alder Farm, Since the 1908 earthquake and fire they had FRED ANDERSON RITES TOMORROW BER1ELEV Jan.'. 5 F u n e r a 1 services will be held here tomorrow for Frederick. N. Anderson, 63, who lived In Berkeley for three decades before moving to, San Francisco eight years. ago.-- ' ' Mr. Anderson, a native of Oregon, was -employed at the San Francisco Naval Shipyard at Hunter's Point as a machinist He was affiliated with Durant Masonic Lodge No. 268 here. -' - Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Squires of Berkeley, widow of Harry A. Squires, former Berkeley city assessor; Mrs. Bertha Newlove, also of Berkeley, and Irs. Emma Cristfield of Oakland, and a brother, Andrew, of Hillsbor-; ough. Ore. C :4:- '11 V ' . ' Services tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Edward E. Niehaus Chapel, Grove .and Derby Streets, will be under auspices" of the Durant Ma sonic Lodge. Mrs. Anna Windhurst ALAMEDA; Jan. 5. Last rites will be tomorrow for Mrs. . Anna Katharine Windhorst, 81, who died Tuesday at a local hospital from burns suffered in an accident at her home, 3283 Garfield Avenue. Mm. Windhurst was the wife-of Trank Windhurst," a retired invest-1 ment specialist. She was a native of Minnesota. Besides her . husband, she fs survived bya son MeritK. . Wines; a daughter, Katharine Smith; a sister, Karolina Hassheider; two grandchildren and four, great-grandchildren. ":: -V-? -., T - . .- -44' Services' will be at 1:30 pm. at the ' chapel . of .' FowleriAnderson Funeral DirectonC '2244 Santa Clara Avenue. Interment will be at Sunset View Cemetery. Low Bid on Ffeeway Bridge Announced A low bid Of $680,741 for construction of a bridge on the Eastshore Freeway at the Oakland south city limits has been submitted by the C. B. Tuttle Company, of Long Beach, the State Division of Highways announced in; Sacramento today. .' . '"' The bridge will cross San Lean-dro Creek and tracks of the Southern Pacific Company. j "T -- ADVEKTlSEMENT " n - ! Creomulsiofl relieves promptly because . it goes'right to the sist-f the trouble to hllp loosen and expel germ lsdeo n" " gm and aid nature to sooth and raw, tendeL iaflamed bronchial to sell you a bottle of Creomulston with the understanding that your child is to be benefited and you are to like its euick actioct in aliavine the btr- nssug cougl .without upsetting tber Vtomsch or you are to have your money ' fcack. No narcotics, v I-'1 " CREOr.ULSION for Cough j.Chejt Colds, Bronchitis odort and mmrmi Buy today suret Xru-uaarinrr-ii-i ------- - - Wttitl:?lC00 to !: vtlsht-a doctor's .ray - W . .). m-tVk.- - mt 11-tl--' .1 II - UICI. PUIlling wrjsm-v- iv8i but you're thin, inowxi. -we-Jc nd rMt-irk th nm and cnernr you one- had. don't give up hope! Thousand of thin unaerweirnv peopw n those firure-rfilUne pounds with Dr. Ilei-e'a Golden Mcdic-l D-scorery. Taken reguluiy. you'll notice that this etomachie tonic will Increajse your appetite and at the tw time It win aid your ' digestion to change the food you eat into h nlld Bounds of flesh you want! Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery today. JL large bottle costs- little r in tablet form only 60c at your druggist. (Cut tau ma m bmui una p-oa.; ADVERTISEMEVT Personal : : :To Women jWiih'v V Nagging - Backache As we fret elder, stms and atrala. wr- erertlon, mxeuiym sokinr or cxpoanr to eol4 arnnettmea alowa dowa kidney function. Thia mar lead many -folka to om-plaia of nasrriBC baekaehe, lose of pep and eaersT,- beadaeitea and inw. Gettinc up nicnta or frequent paMaree max result from minor bladder irritation, dua to eold. dampness r dietary lsdicretion. . . If ' your diaeomforta ara due to theee (usm. don't wait, try Don'a Ffflu, mild 'diuretic Used arieeeaafaily by million for over (9 yean. While thesa lymptoma may often therwine ceur, h" amaiinr bow many tlmea Dean 'a rira happy relief help the IS milea of kidney (tubes and filter tmh out wasta. Get Doan'a PiUa todayl DSVcjii?iiDiG. (QDU-LS f ka IA JV m W - n WLW W ivi- ' ftiade ' thii -' home permanently - at Alder Farm. Magee Was for many years president of the realty firm of Thomas Magee anc( Sons; of San Francisco, a director of Bankers Investment Co. and Txfco Oil Co. ,The couple celebrated their golden wedding ajmiversiry in 1942. -with a reception: 'held at - the Piedmont home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Sand Mrs. Harry Hush Magee. j j - ' OTHER SURVIVORS . - is survived by. her son, Harry H. Magee; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Magfe ahd Mrs.f Chariest Bentley. both ot Sa4 Francisco; three brothers, 'Valehtine Hush of Sant Bar-bar a andf Walter and William,: HUsh of San Francisco; "and five grandchildren, i If arry Hush Magee, Jr., Jerome Magee,' Edith Grartt Magee, John and William Houser. , Funeral services will be held at noon tomorrow in the Tower Chapel bf I Mountain View ; cemetery under the direction of the Albert Brown Mortuary. Interment will be private. PURCHASING AGENT SUCCUMBS TO POLIO BERKELEY, Jan. 5. Jim H. Beall, 29, assistant purchasing agent for a San Francisco manufacturing company,! died yesterday of poliomyelitis with which he was stricken last. week. 1 t A resident of 1162 Colusa Avenue, tie was born in Oakland and had lived in this area virtually ail his life. He was graduated from Berke ley. High School, attended the Uni versity of Alaska for a year and;& Company, 14th and Terminal! spent 3 years in the U.S. Navy, lau-eets, wnen ine tanK . ourst intojpai Judge Joseph A.-Kennedy, who 'the Army in 1945, he has headed His widow, Dorothy, and two flms' .according to Battalion Fire;set January 31 for His preliminary ithe organization's national defense daughters. Vicki, 4, and Leslie, 2,!Cn,.cf R A HentzelL The fire was j examination. Bennett, now free on1 committee. "He, is also a director survive. He also leaves a brother, j extinguished before arrival of the ; 000 il, and Alfred Salas, 27, still ' of the Oakland 'chamber. Set William Beall of the Berkeley inre department ,a fugitive, were chareed in a com-i : r ' nvate, xunerai services win De held, t ornOrro w at the Grant D. "Mil-j ler Mortuary with cremation to follow Carpenter Accused Of Wife's Murder SALINAS Jan. 4. VP) A 46- year-old Icarpenter who admitted; Judge Byrne yesterday sentenced striking his-; wife during a drinking : Bobert Ross. and Tneodore Gustave-bout was accused today of her son, both 20, to a week-end in jail. murder. ; The complaint against Joseph U.jtion. McClellaa was signed by Capt Noble D. Witcher of the county sheriffs office. He . will be ar- raigned tomorrow before Justice of ithe Peace; Raymond Baugh Mrs. McCHennan's body was found sprawled .on her bed in her Carmel Valley home early today. Air autopsy disclosed. Coroner Elmer Ma-chado said, that she died from blows "about, the;-head ind face, - which could haW been inflicted by an assailant or caused by a fall." T. history , -L.il "t.J ''J ; Andv to J.. Sunday Tibune will have an additional mam' news section. v , i t .., . - ' i - - ' - - i, , t ' t ' I , ' - s " " - . -, c - J i f-" ' - v- . ' '.". " S'' - - I -.",, -," ' . ' - . J . .-is - . 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Treated for burns were George ;0f two men accused of assaulting ! of the Oakland Chamber of Corn-Huajardo, 42, of 1725 15th Street, j t.-s, a ic.cm ci ,i-i i merce. announced today. and August Traversa, 27, of 11D Victory Court Oakland. The two were working in an alleyway at the Rosenberg Brothers AlWOVS C.IOSen Season1 beating him with their fists and a -iva?i ycuauu j. bottle after they allee-edly n TkSe DunnrtmAitt -r-" LOS ANGELES. Jan. 8.'QM9r-It's always closed season orfMhe posteriors of slacks-clad women, Municipal Judge William M. Byrne ruled as he meted out stern justice to tivo young hunters. inlus$25 fines and a year's nroba- They admitted that on two niehtsi they took pot shots with air rifles l at the retreating curves of feminine strollers on Hollywood Boulevard. They Like Florida TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 5. 01.8 Seventy per, cent of Florida's new schoolteachers come each year from other states. But new Florida- trained teachers migrate to other j states. i AND MAivlY MORE STARTING ; SUNDAY; JANUARY ; 1 1 ITie.Tribtme 16 iull-sizc ' pages of comics including a host of fLlif - V- - ' fc - " ' proyidc.eYcnf greater news service Jor its readers,! the Met (gisnirilis i)tyj!!M "11 lllW'Ui mi .y, ' TtT'ltf I right) was lzxatalled as president CAB DRIVER. FACES ASSAULT CHARGES A plea of innocent was entered rtoday by Robert E. Bennett, 25, one n- . . . 28. who himself faces charges of possessing and transporting mari- juana Bennett appeared before Munici plaint signed by Squicctanno witn broke into his apartment at 517 44th Street last month. Bennett, a cab driver, gave his address as 1402! West Street Chiropractor's' Death Probe to Be Pressed "Further investigation into the New Year's Day death Of Df , OrvUle t wni.,vw nliftt vlvnnva. w. ianAn iMifdv iir-. PromH to hnv died of natural cause! the coroner's etfUl Mid a sampl of the substance taken from his stomach proved fatal to white micej An inquest is scheduled for tomorrow at the corontr'a office. Willoughby, 53. lived at 4118 Mid-vale Avenue, and maintained offices at 246 Eighth Street Rich mond He was found dead in bed at his home January widow, Gladys. array, of comic characters in its lf(SO(H)iiiT ' '- - V of the Oakland Real Estate Clark Renominated For Chamber Post 'Dunlap C. Clark, president of the Central Bank, has been nominated to -succeed himself as a director of the United States Chamber of Com mej. , William H. Park, president Clark has represented the depart- t of finance,on the U.S. cham- bers board of directors since' May, 1942. and has served on many com- mittPM- Sirr hi retirmpnt from DaV. Ai! A.i Au4MM First Traffic Deaths Arthur C Tuve, 55, retired Army serMan hd t,a become San Francisco's first traffic, fatality of 1950. He died at Letterman General I twiwi .as . . ' i t . . va m ww he was struck at Leavenworth and Pine Streets by a ear driven by Nat Boas. 74, of 1-1 01 Green Street, owner of a hotel at. Post and Leavenworth Streets. Boas wa cited for violation of the pedestrian right-of-way. .. . Tuvi lived at 972 Sutter Street San franeiseo, Typewriter Bits Cop . . MIAMI, Fla., Jn. 8,000 Husky patrolman L. I. Grieey Jrn who weathered many a tough teat re- quired hospital attention after tan 1 by hislgling a finger in the keys of a type writer. ; ' I. ! 5itri brand - neiv h , i- t 1 1 3 m Wl I BAY-COUNTIES VITAL STATISTICS Ooklond Births".';; ; ; " UAV1SSOK, Geonra. wj bey. TOWNSEND. Hush,, boy.'' . ORIAN.' Peter," boy; ' HUTNElti WLUtam A, boy. - GALLJL ZMno. boy. - BOWLER. Richard A., girt. BELL. Dohald L.. h-I. FENTON, Newel C. boy. EWING. Joecph M.. rlrt. -THOMPSON. Stephen I, ir RAMIREZ Loula V- boy. . SHXRRILU Juliua R. boy. '. ROSE, , Emory E, trt , . . " , ATWOOD, ZUwoed V., boy. D'AQUINO. Tbomaa girU ; i WILSON, Eugene; Ctrl. - . .JAMES. Robert C, bor: HAWKINS. Frank Oboy.v .; MITCH3U Alfred H, boy. lBATCHELOl,tr.obert NT boy. BALDAeSIIil.-, A tired. lrl. I-AKGE, Loren C. airi. .... GIST. Daniel W. Jr.. boy. ... WH1TMORE, WUton. airl. 4 BRODERSON,: Gordon, girt' : SOUTHER, rrancla Z.. girt, rUJn,-KerUi hey-' . BUCK, rredellck J.. boy. SCANTLING, Erederick H.. glrL t BROWN, Walter H- girt. . . . SWIFT. uge- lC,glrL. : "REEVES. John 8. bey. .A1 CASTttXANO. Rafael girl. - TREHARNE. Robert boy. . THORTON, , Norman H.. boy. i J ACOB&EN, Uk Ro Frt girt. ROYALTY, Harold 1. boy. J TANABE. Kyoao girL I SMITH, Lathers 81 girt. HAMMER,' Wflllani T, boy. j EMMERSON. Mllo E., boy. BROOKS, Charlea A. Jr., boy. T BORDEN. William C. HL boy. BEDDLJC, Chter A, gtrL ADAMS,. DUlard E boy. A YUNG. Jimmic JX. girL WONG, The, boy. - ' HOLD EN, William J, girl. , DUG AN.' William' O., boy. I CHALOUX. Joteph B. E. C, boy. MUISA, Joaeph. boy. FORTNER, Woodrow W., bdy. ROOR2GVES,' John, boy. VLLOM, Claude C.. boy. CASARJ-S.'JtfaM R...boy. SMIT9. George P.. girt. JACKSON. Daniel Jr.. boy. JON E3, Vernon M., girl. LAMPKIKS, W. L., twin, boy. irL RODRIGUES. Carl. girl. HILL. Charles, airl. ' JONES, Joseph; girl. QUILXjCN; Oscar T, rirl . SANCHEZ. Jcu H., girl. . I-EYMOYNE. Harry M-, girt. GOMEZ. Daniel, girL HERCHLER, Robert W.. -girl. JOHNSON. WUlie B., girl. JOHNSON, Chester, boy. BRIGHAM. Berime, boy. PEOPLES. Jesse W.. boy. SALAZAR, Ernest T.. girl. BASS. William, boy. BIZ7.LW. Sam, boy. CARAVALHO, Albert D., boy. LOGAN. William A.. girL CURTIS, Jamea 8.. girL TORRANO, Frank 8.; boy. BURLEY Woodrow W, gL THOMAS, Robert L, girL HODGES.. Ralph A., girL . YBARRA. Prudencio. girL HIGG1NS. Richard H.. girt. WILLIAMS. John P.. boy. WEBB, Leonard, boy. MORRIS. Phillip O.. boy. NILES; William M.. boy. JACKSON Joseph L.. boy. PORRAZ. Manuel, boy. NAPLES, Michael. girL Divorces Granted INTEXLOCtTTOST DECREES' WILLIAMS. Barafg V, Qfii. kayo. Wimain Jr. vs. Huih.. NORRMJajDoroUiy Y Cgeil M PACHECT), Francei a. Oscaf V -v MURRAY. GeraMina vs. Dill V. 'SMEPBERG. Arthur U t, Afdlll. EARL. Mary vs. John A, ' STEEN. Gehevttve Vs. JlaVrt L, PERKINS. MsrlU vs. Jamas 0. . MURPHY. Helen vs. James f, WILLIAMS. WUnu vs. f rk. . TURNER. Leon tins vs. Jesaph , ARCHER. Josephine vs. Donald ABOOD. Reba v. W)tr, ANNULMENT GKANTKO ALLEN. Ullig from Wiljlg O. Born to the wiTe of! BUSCHKAMP. Darrell. a by. McMANUS, Victor, a boy gnd f Irl : twins.'' 1 IRMER. Martin, a girl. . YELDIG. Arthur, a - PRATT, Gersld, a gJrL " ,Nopa County . iWTESLoctrromT oictcts BRADLEY, Nancy E. from Dn L rf FOWLEftrOpat ffom Charley. POWELL, Jpsaetitna from Edward. ;;.08ERTfi Eathdr from Fiords SLACK, Donald from Audrey. WALTRiy, Catherine from Harold. Solono County - MAJlftlAOl UCKNIIt lilt IB ZOOt-tN.INMAN--.lcHaf ' SS. ana i tori Martt, ! ketti rairtMkl. -' and Anscllna, to, both rsirtieid. 7 PCVX.TlZKntYUt, 41.' -VatleJo. and Marie, 4J, tea rrsaetaee. . i lLVIl.mOCXwtL-.Ira Ue. 11, ann KaUtarlne, 44. both VaUeio. DULA.. TRAMP - ApoHnarto, 41, , and Marie, tl. both VUeJo ' OIVOBCE FILED JtOXMER, Sid v. Eufene. . 1 TKursday $ Crosswoifcl. Pu'izlc ACROSS 1 Popular game fish. 5 Apart from. - 10 Mischievous child. 14 Competent. 19 Governor of Puerto Rico. , : 19 A lariaL -IT Gas used In display signs. II To decree.. 19 Senator from ' New York . ! State, i jn Welcomed. V ACROSS 22 Obliterates. 24 3.M grains. 25 SkllL"; 27 Complete. 30 Grass cutier. 35 Father of electric light. 27 Resinous substance , ; from banyan A i: tree. -n Solitary. 39 Snare. 49 Ropo dancer of India. - 42 Hiding place. 3T T TT S 57" IK' s r. ?3" u stm f .- r- --.t M 'f: .. f w i C -' Kyi - - v '-; :- '' ItF 7T 7? r. , !x'yPIT - . ... r$"'--- ST v "7" ,- - 'te..; ' i- feT .. - VbowwU;' 1 Feminine j -s hair stria. - , tr Rigid. . M Greek j thatter. ' - 29 AppeLUtksn - r of dignity. ., , - 2l Small mas, 22 Closely knit. 29 Lake in Finland.. V 34 Hires. -. : M Means of Identification. 41 Make lace. 43 Saltpeter. 44 Commanded. 44 Sesame. M Wine dealer.'. IX Masculino - - name. - a ' S3 Citv in China. - 07 Labor. 59 rinUla. ' 59 Of sound , mind. . SO Woody plant ' SI Fresh-water turtle. . . - - . S Mouth of , i rtver.i , S Wild plum. ' : 4 Indiana ef New York State. , Mahometan , prince. .-. , t Kind of shoo. t Mala name. " Cut Into , cubes, ". , Fascinated. -10 City ef Psn: sylvgnla.. .. ' II Wander. ,11 An imitator. 12 Heroin of A' Tom Hardy ' novat, , ft Eafla'i claw. . 31 Eouipfos, conflict.' ,t tl Hindu : ' . . eymbaL . , . Licenses' Issued - TURNER WORTHAM Robert, XL -.and OleaiL. 22. both Berkeley.- " PHINIEX-GRAY John. S3, and Gertrude. 29. both Oakland. PIZZAGONI-AKACICH Joseph.' - CI, and Mary. . both Oakland. . O WILLIAMS-MARTIN Charles. JT, ( ' and Lillian. 12, both Oakland. . ROBS INS-TAYLOR Sabla. CT. V ' Barwa- and Lena. S4. Oakland. , v ? INOCXNC-O-H ISNANDI T-r. Manuel. 23, and Josephine. 1, both -Oakland. r z FOX . MOMCILONICH Doolld .3 Saa . Anae-DMB, and Beverly, 2ifc- ; ?J Frandaeo. ' , .i -I-WUPFER-BAUEX Ceorg W and Rose. U, both Oakland, -' SKAUG-CHAVALAS Gerald. 14, and Virginia. 22, both Oat land. PRXTI I-U ORAJLtS J ohn. Zt. .and. ,- Luoe. 39. both Oakland. . - NAGLER-DESPAIN Harold. 2J. and WUIa. 28, both Richmond. . MeDERMOTT - MOORE Thorn M it Jr-, 24. and Margaret, It, both Saa i Leandro. , - WND-WORSTER Don, 21, and June, If, both Alameda. . ' '-v ..- . -."; (Berkeley Births - 4 - Born to the wife of: - AKERS, Robert, a daughter.. i BALES, Bruce, a son. CARLO. Anthony, a aon. v COFFIN, Robert, a son. DE JUUO, Harold, a daughter. FIND LAY, David, a daughter. HUNT, John, a aon. HURLEY. Richard, a son. . IN MAN, Brent, a dauxhter. , - - . fs.ut-i. Kooen. a aoo. x: M ACHES. William, a son. MANSFIELD, Thomas, a dauchler. MILLER, Thomas,' a son. , " MILLER, Eugene, a aon. MORGAN, William, a daughiej. MORGAN. Edgar, a daughter. MURDOCK. Robert, a dsuahter. NEMETZ. Scott, a son. PAPPA. John, a aon. PI Z I ALL Ansclo. a dauchter.- RIEL. Aldine. daughter. . , RODIN, Roljert. a dauahter. TOLY. John, g daughter. WAGNER, Frank, a daughter. WEILL, William, a daughter. WENRICH. Vernon, a daughter. WHITE. Malcolm, a sop. WRIGHT. Donald, a daushter. BARBOS A, Manuel, a son. . . i.' BOYD, Daniel, a son, COSE. Kenneth, a aon. DANILOFT, Nicholas, .a daughter.- DOCKERY. Albert, a daughter. 9 DUARTE, Thomas, a daughter. ELLIOT. Jamea. a-son. " FRECHIN, Gerald, a son., HADLEY, Clarence, a son. HAMASAKL George, a dauahter. HARRIS. Chester, a dauahter. HIGH. Leon, a daughter. KEETON. Ed, a son. KIMERLINO. George, a aon, LASAR. t orris, a son. LEE. Janvier, twin daughters. LEWIS, John, a daughter. LOPEZ". LuK a aon. MERRILL, Dale, a aon. POTTER. Richard, a son. ' ROBINSON. Joshua, a daughter. ROSE. William, a daughter. VINCENT. Harold, a daughter WAIDTLOW. Kal a daughter.' WHITTEN, Hcmby. a daughter- San Francisco Dealhl , EX ANDFR Robert H. - - BT'UMBERG. William J. BOZZO. Domenio 43 year. -BURKE (Gunnl, Cecil Wm-41 prg, CAHN. lelda 8, -A Mf .-.... ridaw, jaaennme c. Da La ROM, M "! M years. ERTCKaON. Afieiw-4T gears. . QALLEPOi At)tftu flster4-MerrHta- .v' , " - . HAtpfn. rials, j ; MApltYLatr$)4 K, HEfttR, ngOittf, i LAOtMAN. Hrry UNDIAVi ar LUNDV, William Thorn-. ' MODIN, DavM. . - Nf.COHAM Hulffi PICCmi, AMtU p4U reara., , . PULIN. IM, - RtCHSEROXJI, fr4 , T, KJLOA, Oaoria W, - .v , TKOMfSON HarpM It ITommyl. WOODS, Jaaeh f. ;. -f,! DEATHS AXOtlfOtf-fn 8an Franclaco, January.. 1134. Frederick Nowlin An-. d arson, beloved huaband of the iala Mary E. Anderson, loving father el Frederick T. Anderson of Oakland, brother of Mrs. Carolina A. Squires - of San Francisco and Andrew Anderson of H fib borough. Oregon A native of cdlton Oragont aged at t$r$t a member of Durant Ledia Numbaf.l, F. and A.M. Friends are 1 mvited to atfend , funtral servieal Friday, January i, - lla at 2:M p.m. from the Cttawel . of EBward E. rtiehua .Co., 24 1 Grove street at Darby, Berkeley, f under auspices ef Durant , Lodge Number XM, F. and A.M. BCALLln. Oakland.. January 4. . 1)50. Jtm H. Beall -of Berkeley. beloved Miaband of Dorothy Beall, ' -ovma father ef Vclcl and 'Lealte. 'Baall, aeloved aqn4 ol.-VUMam, P.. J Bean n tna iaie rona .-un ."'Beall, lovnnrathar of Winiani P.? BeaU -Jr. A naUvg f Oakland, age , ACptOtf - ACfSOSS 44 Large covered J Sub-Arctie wagon. windstorm. jiuiicai Young . fv salmon. . - . 97 Italian violin maker. M Ncstril. 70 Indian arrow poiron. 71 TheStviss A:rr. 71 Iraiand. 73 To so . 74 Garden;; of Paradise. 'Ti Hallow t composition for one. 47 Entane.e. 49 Chance i- rection o . SI Vigorous in. ac.cn. 54 Teeth of a " futchfork. mmcrre. 3d Make Jardy. 5 Feminine name. DOWN -i-'-- i;r DOWN . . 53 JUbbitlike j ? 65 Tear asunder. - TodenL - -. . -- SS English . r.- 54 On of the 4 ; square foot-. . - M-tiri ., -y.i , laf Teterdav Peesle lElA'M" Li I ia ;i jo pffipiArrp r" iTri vid CUB 'A'LK II U'PtA P rrTrrr SOjOiTl II N CU,ff MOW E AUiSjH- ijTjglA'M "r-llK-jo qiim W-cy, aXI 1 j'LlA'NtTl ikS'Sl UTS DEATHS 24 , years: a jnember of Berkeley 1 Post No. 793 of VFW and Purchaa- , ttuf Agenta Association. J .. ', - Private pervices will be held" art: "the .Telegraph Avenue Chapel of : th Grant D. Miller Mortuaries, Inc. 2254 Telegraph Avenue. 0k--. land. Friday, January 4, 1990. at. 11:30. o'clock aona. - - -; . CRAY In Oakland. January 5. 19S4,, Mary G. Gray, wife of the lata Dr. 5 . Henry Gray; sister of the - late Oscar Frank Griffin: beloved aunt . of Urf. Irne A'aer;. Mf..Motts. :.S, Laciar. Mrs. Edwin Letts Oliver. It. Gordon and Randolph C Walker.' ' , A nati-e of New York City, aged 93 yearr. ; " " v - ' . ! Friends are invited ' to ; attend i' -: s-rvlcea Saturday afternoon. Janu-i - ..aryi 7,t 1950. at 3 o,c!npMrln . tbei - chapel : ef Albert Brown - Mortuary. I 2474 Piedmont Avenue.- Oaklrnd. i BAN90N In Oakland. Jaruary S,i 1950: Marie, beloved wife of Louis " r O. Hanson; loving mo'hrr of O ear.i - Emit, Carl. E'mer and Melvia Ran-! , aon. Mrs. Julia Crowley and MrsJ . , Luepa ( MacPhec;. IS grandchCdrea and eieht treat rrndchfllr-n rur- i" Vive: a native of Norway, aged-74 V year, J nine month?. 14 dsyr;-a .member of St. John s - Iitneren . '.Church. v. a. -':. . Frichda are invited to attend terv-L 1cea at the Eat 14th Strett Chapel of the Grant D. Ml lcrMortuarie.-Incorpo-ated. 2372 "East 14th. Street. Oaktand. Friday. January g, 1959. at 14 o'clock a.m. the Rev. Harold Bergatresaer officiating. Inummcnt, Chapel of the Chimes. HENNlO of 1432 102rd Avenue. Oakland, January 3. 1450. Mabel EWa-nore, -dearly beloved wle of Wil-i liam O. Hennlg; beloved daughter of Mabel X. Boh all; loving . strter ' ef Ruaelf. " Arthur, and Ceorge ' Lincoln. Mrs. -Dorothy Gould and Mrs. Jeanette Direks. A native of -Grass Valley. CKtornl. aged 41 yearsf- Friends are invited to attend-serice8 from the new mortuary, L C. P. Bannon. 4404 East 14th Street. 4 OakUad, Friday. January 4. 1950. at 2 p.m. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Tor further information caOTTRinided g-ieil.) . , LAX In THakland. January .4." 1454. - John M. Lax. dearly beloved hue-' band of the Ute. Mary .8. Lax; lov- - ing father of Mrs. Hilda M. Nlsaen, ' Mrs. Elaine L Upphoff. John Edgsr A., and Ener W. Lax; grand- father of nine grandchildren and great-grandfather ef 12 great-arandchildren; brother -of Andrew M. Lax; aged 40 years, A member of Fomraa Lodge No, 2U. LO O.F. of Eureka. CaUfornia. Friends axe respectfully invited to attend the services Friday. January 4, 1950. at 1:30 o'clock pum. at the chapel of Albert Engel 4t Company, 3634 Telegraph Avenue and 37th Street. Interment. Mountain View Cemetery. f.9I?.ln Oakland, January 4. 1450, Harriet Hush Magee. beloved wife of William. A. Magee; loving. : mother of Harry H. Magee and the ' )' WKHm A, Magee Jrr; and v M Houser; sister of irs. Thomas UH Mra. QiarlaO - f tier, Valenue, Walter and vtVUliam Hush, and fha late Jean ruh Wells; grandmother ef Harry H. it Jerome and Edith Grant Maf.ti William and JoOn Houser. A native of Minnesota, . . Serviada Friday noee) at 12 o'clock. itnur7 i the Tower Chapel pt Mountain -View Ceme- , . tery. Oakland. Interment prirate. 4 Albert Brawn Mgrtoary.) RATUISACIU-Ia Mklknd. January 4. 1954, - Leonard . H-. dearly be-Joved Jiusbtnd of Ethel L Raila- v back 4f Oakland; loving father of Mrs. Caal Connor of Napa. Cali-forniai fndathar of Miss Joy Wilaow t Napa, California; a na-t,v, ' Grangevftle. California: aged 4) years. A member of Pied-mont Lodgg Ke, ill. F. and A.M., St. Mtjfti HMA.W past presil dent f Sf. Haleng Rotary Club and a member g Kapa District . Fair Board,. .-:-.- Friends 4rg ttspectfully invited' to attend Jhg aarvlces Friday. Jan- V fL!i,- Chimes. 4494 PirRwt Avefjoe. Oakland.. (AJ--. ert Enggf it Company Services.) r?!Trl? kUd- January 4. 1950, Graeig JL ghaw. wiie of the late Thomag f haw, lovina sister of Mr. . Gterge A. Dockstader of Santa - t'jfnlia. Calif., and Mrs. Eula D. rrHx Of Steamboat Sprinis. Coio- 'do- d lovin aunt of Mrs. Bn -Gilbert 4f Steamboat Springs, Colorado, A native of Illinois. '4;''o. -Fears. A member of Berkeley Jkttlpture Study Group. J Friend are respectfully invited I attend ; the services Friday, amurry ,.1950. at 3:30 o'clock - P-m-, at the Chapel of Albert Engel , and . Company. 3J0, Telegraph, Avenue and 27th Street. Oakland. TEJJ , 'Oakland. January 2. 19S0T Clunette Martin Tenner, beloved Wte-of Frederick X. Tenner: loving j mother of Mrs. Virginia Tennef Baker, and Re. M. 1. Tonneri sister of Claude T. and: Clara B. Martin; a naUvg of Mia-aotrri; tt ed 3 years. . 8rvW were held at the Tele-'- rTP.v"nll chPel of the Grant . MiV Mortuaries, Inc, 2454 ' Telegrrph Avenue. . Wednesdav. - i'Z, ' J9& mt S 3 ; -m- frT"1 by cremation. Rev. red R. Morrow officiated. . 1I2'B?2ErTr?- A.d. Ju- ; "in, -a-narine Wind-hurst ' beloved wife of Frank Wlnd-T?t Jh melh of Merit D. if rJ?ud I$ftMrtn! Smiu,- sister. Karolina Hassheider and grand-mear pt Ysabel Karp and Janet Robinson and great-gtandmother ol four - great-grandchildren; a y'Hi . Minneaou. Aged 41' FtK&ds are invited to attend i r-V ITTIf yndy. January V lSK'.mt M p m- the Chapel or Fcwler-Andcrson. funeral dlrec-tors, 2:4 Santa CUra Avenue. Ala-: rirda.f Interment. Sunset.. View-Camctery. s ZUSKIRCHEN In Plaaanfon.?Jan-i' uary i 1850. Edward urtclrcben. b-iove1 brother of Otto Zurk-rcnen : of Oakland, and Nick Zurklrchen of, Sacramento, also leaves many yele- i tives Swjtxerland. a native of! SwMzeriand; aga 44 years. 4 Friends are invited to attend the! fumefal services Saturday. January. 7. 1U0 at the Graham Hitch Mori-j uary in Pleaaanton at 9:30 a.m. j ! thence; to St. Augustine's Church where a macs will be' celebrated fori the rtr"se ef his soul commence na at 19:00 a.m..rtciuUon -of-the roaary Friday evening at 8 aa Interment in SL Ausustine'a Cxme- tery tn Pleasanton. , ' ..fi-, tj. -a a . - V 1 . 1 3y?n5-i .2t30 TelegrapH AvT ; i " HI gale g.tasa - -t i ; j A O V Ir G10UN0 1 URIAlf hj Cnmstit rnndUtmtmtnt , v A Shuns for perpetual cart of tbe. " crtmjied retntifn of the beloved dead - . t . a -, ' .. - I a- I Cremation Service, ffA v Chapel and Orxaa Perpetual Care Niches frjim . . . $30 !' HJdUfaeAUri-- - -' -j : 1 StnJIfmrUmmUfml, UlmUrmJ fOdrr, frtt j Cljaprtof-tljcCIjunrsi. 6

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