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ecce THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER? TUESDAY. 'AUGUST 20. 1940 :!3 ' ts 1 STATE LEGION PROGRAMS LISTED BELOW arc compiled from radio station data. Th Lxaminer assumes no rcsponiibilil v for errors caused by last minute change. STATION WAVELENGTHS; hRF. VwK'l Voice-. 5:30 P.M. RYA. 8. F. .. KSAN, S. K, . kcFO. K. Y. . KLS. Oakland. K.IBS. s. f. . KKK. Berkeley HOW, 8. J. . . ,K1.. Oakland 310.7 KGO, S. I . . KI'O. S. F. ...4 11 i ntr, s. f, . know. is. jy. .:taa.4 KM1U, Santa Kni.it length aiiencr KI.X Walts music 13.8 J23fl stocks. MOflkUW Songs: 11:45, iSKS: noon IflTo KY Meditation) J3;il Geerge N.vkllrek. lllillKMl. Kitiy Kelly; KKll Myrt and Marge. 7l KI'O Road of Life; HO Stella Dallas. .an .ft.t.i. .28 1.3 . MHO. 1 -MHO .!i!17 7 A. M. 11 45. KVA Valley Chiirchl ft:15, Johnny .Messner. Dance.IisrO Court ot Misstn Heir. KI'O Musical Revue. 12:15. K(, (I Your Neighbor. IhlRC Shatter Parker: 12:13, 5:45. Blue Beetle. KJBS Dinner dance. 1? 15. K Walla music; 8.15. Derhyshow. rililliGO r. H. Kepertraent of KROW Western Ranters. 11.10 Agriculture; 12:15, Agrl KKK. Nni; 6:15, Los Ma. 1310. cultural Bulletin, nachias. iKllIC News: 12:10, stu-lKI.H Italian. (fm: 12:15, music. h.L I w psrs.de kjiis Sons niu. KsAN News: J 2:05. erby. Yawn show: 12:15. dance. KKOW New: 12:15. Mats) Lon editor KYA Puds Martin. KsFO News; 7:10, ratrol. KI'O Musical Clock. b.(, Ntwi; 7:15, Hughes, financial of The Examiner. KKKC Rise and Shine. KJB Alarm Kick Klub. KSAN' News: 7:05. Wak in in Rhvthm. KROW Vernon Morgan; KTA Luncheon concert, 716. Commuters' Clock. KrU Hilltop House KRK Melodies. KL.S Melodies; l'giou. KUW '1V Time melodies 6:45. Jilue Beet I. P. M. Street KRK Noonday program, K I -S Port ugues e. KI. News. 12:05, dance hlln Market reports; 3 2:15. news. 12:30 P.M. 7:15, re-, KQW Karalval. 7:30 A. M. KYA Dud Martin. KYA I, if payments! 6:15, Dixieland hand. KSFO Millers Orchestra: (1:15. news: 6:25. studio '.KI'O Tommy Dorwiv. Kl.ll Alnha Land: 0:15, to He announced KFRO Raymond Gram Swing; 6:15, Supper show. KJK New rt-lft. Some. ..kPU) Lorento Jene; 12.43. IrhaN News: 6)5. 'V,,ooy' RROW News: 8:16. '!?7"ub ""''"It. I House, songs. ktKt Ors.n: 12.45. news KKK Italian- 6 45. stock. kl.r. Dinner ' Dane KJBisNew.:l!:15. eoncrt. Kpenl KecIS Fortusueae. i- a. Uv.l eai tin.,...,.... .-. O v, - -. " ' ' - -. " . ..-.-- , ii n I H i Jl i sc wiv- protective League,, 1 2 45. Castle of Romance KPO Musical Clock; 7 4a, KKr) Noonday program, newa. ihl Portuguese. KGO Musical Clock. KLX Spsnuh music; 12 :45. Ij-m: ana ouiu, classics. 7 45, news. ,KQW Trading- Poat; 12:45. II w Alarm A-IOK rviun. hJAN Wakm in nhythm; 7:n.S. news. KKOW News: 7:45, muter's Clock. KKK Melodies. KI.S Religious; 7:45. music KI.X Rhythm 6trinEs:'Kp.., '-:.'.... . Vi,.'KJ."'. danc. ddi orgs bj 6.16 Mual Com- Hawaitun muaic. 1 P. M. Art Trio. KH Knvmond Gram fiwtng; 0:15. revue. 6:30 P. M. talki 6:45, 7 45. dance. KtlW Charll Marshall: 7 45, news. 8 A. M. Keene. 1 Kt.o News: 1:05, Hurl- hurta hand. KKKC l.if of Rvron. ikjlts Hsce results! 1:05. K V I.lalMlt 8:15. news. revue. KSI ( Km Smilh: 8.15, K N News: 1:05. tansrni When tlitl Marries. nuinic; 1:15, Vic and KI'O Woman in White. S:i,le H 16: Tho O'Neills. 'KKOW Castles of Romance,: HU fair news; :io, KKr. Matins Musical Breakfast Club; 8:25. kl.s Sludiu; 1:15, Jan's News. .lournal. KFUC Preakfast Club. KI.X News; 1 K)5. dance: KJI Dance; o:10, lin 1 lo, home economics. Ian Alley.-KSAN News; 8:05, KV A I s nor Ksr Nintsrs KSFO Julia Blake: 645. Sports Huddle: 6:55. news. U I'll l n.. I. t'allr'a Tinm- KYA News: 1:1.1. Shoe- tmimr maker: 1 :'0. Khyme TiineJir:, i,--, . wm Kathleen N orris uvuc n..- k ss to he "ramL. -oeyonu, announced. These valleys. ! K JUS Snmelhinr Old-Naw. Ki.AN Jewish Art. KKOW Italian KKK Italian: 6:45, organ. KI.S Mi Rancho. KI.X Music Art Trio. ktH News: 6:45, Vagabond's Trail. 7 P. M. music. KKOW Commuters' Clock: S 16, Sous of Pioneers. KRK Morning Watch. KLS Jan's Journal. KLX-Naws: 8:0ft. Stnem strings: 8:15. (Stocks. KQW Woodcraft. 8:30 A. M KYA Morning Moods; onder ot 1 imoii. KSK Helen Trent: Onr tial Sunday KI'O ijladys Cronkhlle. M,l Kami and Home. KIKC News: 8:40, Bess Use; 8:45, news KQW L.if. ot Byron. 1:30 P. M. 1:45, 1 8:45. KYA Lee Roberts: Monetor news. KSIV News; 1:45, Ecstter- good Raines. KI'O Midstream; 1:45, The O'Neills KCO F rank Wstsnsbe; 1 :4:i. songs. KKKC Johnson Family c ! 1 45. Trfl's play bridge. SJ':KJIIS Hevue. KS.W Swiiif aerenade; 1 4.i. Mary Marliti KKOW 1:45, Watchtower; 1.60. piiriiic service. KYA Fnile Kmlth's Snorts; 7:15, traiel talk. KSKt Amos 'n' Andy; 7:15. Rtabile'a nrchesira. Kl-O Kred Wsring: 7:15. twentieth anniversary of station WWJ. Kt.O Information Pleas. KKKC Paging the Past; 7:15. Insid of Sports. KSAN News: 7:05. dance. KKOW Italian: 7:16. Italian-American. KRK Music of Masters. KLS Melodies: 7:15. Portuguese. KI.X News: 7:15. Gayway interviews. KQW You Were There i:15. dance, 7:30 P. M. KJKS --Just About Time.:KKKMHt)nM , 8:45. Pop t oncert. :Kl.s Jan s Journal. KSAN Tidings; 5.;KIjS14o 1:45, novelty ... . ..:,,",rr.'. .,..K. s is KQW Dame naun r p h ...... morning modern 8:45. 2 P. M. KIII- Music favorites; 8 :o. rya Poo concert. tteaim. KLS Jan's Journal; March Time. KL Light opera: music. KQW Dance; Rye: 8:4a. Syncopation. 9 A. M. KSKO The tSoldliergs; S:15. KKK Matinee Musi'cale. Lite -an lie ikiuim... IKI.S un proaram KI'O Artopteo iuBni'"i melody serenade 8:45. 8:45. 8:40. Bess Sophisticated i.' v t . : i' :i. aslle. of Romanr-., Kl,hl., ,.lv KSKO McCreery's orches tra: 7:45. political. KI'O Johnny Presents. Kt.O Rlack Velvet; 7:45. political. KKKC Ned Jordan. KSAN Dance; 7:46, Memory Lane. KROW News: 8:18. danc. KKK Music of Masters. K I.S Portuguese. KI.X Marion McDonald; 7 45. classics. KQW Ned Jordan. 2:15. 2:25, KMX) Young Dr. Malone 2:15. Jean Abbey. KPO Bulletin-board: Your Treat. KtiO Swing Siesta: nti-M KKKC-'oncert encores. 8 P. M. W J ItS Mm tinea m.l,i.l,.a 1 KsAN News; 2;Ui, Waltll 'VA Evening Concert. time, arii we, ine i-eopie KKOW Dance: 5:15. songs daughter n.tft. XtjiHter's orchestra. Kf:n frnriM- and Home;! oici Ituiu'een ltookends. KKKC Frank Luther; H15. Nancy Dixon. K.IHS Music Meandering. KSAN News; U:15. Cy lliaF KKllll' Calif. Fed. nfl Women's Clubs: B:15, Klma Latta, Hackett. 'tst. , . , . IHIW Barnes and T,tltuer, ll 1R. Sonir Treasury. KKK, New: 9:15, Concert: Hall. KLS Musio hits, k. n;vr- H:t5. shonoins' KYA Concert waltses; traoudsti !-: KSKO Right to Happiness; IKI'O Musical Americana, kl.ll Baseball. 15.1 KIKC Laugh and Swing flub. KLX News, lost, found; KSAV News; 8 05, danc. MO. minus. ikKIIH News; 8:15, quar- KQW Dance; 2:15, Rhythm! Makers. KKr. songs: 8:15, music. K I. s Italian, 9:30 A. M. O 45. Mary Lee Taylor. 2:30 P. M. KYA Pop conrert. kM'lr Joyce Jordan; 2:45, World ToiUy. KPO ApRinBt th Storm; 2:45, iiiiidinr LUtht. R(iO Thunder Over Para- tisp; 2 45. Bulletin-board KFRC Otber Fellow; .2: 46,! M. the Women, KJHS Varieties; S:45, wmK rmisir. KSAN The O'Neilla; 2:45, (grandma Travels. KKOW News; fioom. 2:45, Garden Club. KQW Organ; 2:45, tunes. fhrmtinn Scienfe. (iruna; v.v, ( K(.l) Silent l'artner;. 8:J. news; H.50. Dance. KKKC Woodcraft. KJHM Musical meander- iniis: 0 45. classics. KSAV Health; 0:45, music litis. KKOW Melodies; 9:45. news. KKK Masterworks. KI.S Musio hits; 9:45, news. . KQW News: 0:40. Interlude; S.45. Mslodlc Miwwis. H:l. KYA Evening concert. KSKO Professor Quls. KI'O Rattle of Sexes, kt.o Baseball. KKKC Treasure Island tour; 8:45. Twilight Trails. KSAN Derbyshow; 8 :45. wonss. KKOW Baseball. ;4o. HostessjkKK. Music. KI.S Italian. KKK Marimba orchestra: k I X Top of th Town. nirea man; z:ou. huw Treasure tslancj Tours; 8:4o, Twilight KI.X News: 8:05, Top of Town. KQW Ijiugb and' swing. 8:30 P. M. news. stock; top time; KLX Dance music. 10 A. M, 10:13, 10:15. KY'A Jean Kay! Melody Lane. KSKO Big Sister; iimt Jpnnt KI'O Light of 'World; 10:15. Arnold Grimm's Daughter, KtiO Home Forum. KIKC Hostess; 10:15. Hush H. t'leKB. assistant director of the FBI. K.llts News; 10:15, serenade. KSAN News: 10 05. Hawaiian music 10:15, lnnc. KKOW News; 10:15. Cook K.II1S Kaca results; 3:35, Hook Quiz. dance. KKK Wait music. KSAN Hlnnchnrd McKee KI.S Music Varieties. .'1:45. Carol Leighton. KLX Oakland Poll I'KKOW News and music. 10 15. weatlier, stock., KKK Open House. news. I KI.S Favorites; 3:45, news. KQW Melodic moods; 1U:1J. KI.X Te Time, 3 P. M. KYA News; 3:15. Lee Robert. KSKO Editor's Daughter; ::15. Alice Blair. KI'O Thrt-e Romeos: 3:15. Kate Hopkins. KtiO Siesta Hour; 8:15, flipper departure. KKKC Melodies; 3:15, or- chestra. KJIIS News; 3:15, Show hits. KSAN Mnddox Family, KKOW Concert Hall. KRK Open House. KI.S Swing Club. KI.X News; 3:05, Siesta;! .1:15. Musical Moods. KQW Fulton Lewis: 3:15. news: 3:25, music. 3:30 P. M. KYA Goldman Hand. KM-O News; HA ft. theater nnws: JttiftO, Ftmlto. Kro Portia Blake; 3:45, H. V. KnHenbnrn. Kf.O Senator Kdward P. Jitirke; J:45. Time and To in no. I KKKC Haven of Rest. Trails, 9 P. M. KY'A Evening concert. KSKO News; 9:15. "Second Husband." drama. KI'O Orchestra. KtiO Baseball. KKKC New; 9:15, Pearl's orchestra. KS4N News; 9:05, musical, KROW Paseball. KKK, Pnlltical; 9:15. music. KI.S Italian KI.X Newa; Hymns. KQW New; orchestra. 9 :05, Gospel 9:15, Pearl' HEAD TO ATTEN JOINT IT Farrell Will Preside at 7th and 8th District Installation Tonight; Other Vets' News organ, 10.30 A.M. KQW Haven of Rest; 3:46, Grandma Travels. 4 P. M. KYA Oondwlll Cornrr, ivt fiirtillll Calls, ... . o. i iKSKO Housewives' Protee- Ki'O valiant Lady: 10:15. the Leagtie; 4:25, My first church hymns, L,?,?te'. , ti ll vewa: 111:35. On the KI'O Shield s Revue Air: 10:45. Byrnes orcnes-1 ra. KKKC Hush H. Cletn?: 10:45. Bachelor's Children KJIIS Serenade; 10:45. Lntin-Anierlcn. KSAN Guiding Light; 10:45, Lone Journey. KKOW Cook Book Qtlis 10:45. Theater Jiallroom KKK I'lano; 10:45. tango music. RT.S Musical: 10:45. news. kl.X Home economics. KQW McDowell's orchestra; 10:45, Bachelor children, 11 A. M- KYA Morning Concert. KSKO Society Girl; 11:15. Martha Webster. KI'O Mary Marlin: 11:15, Ma Perkins. Kt;o Orphans of Divorce; 11:15, Amanda of Honey moon Hill. kt.0 New 4:15, Rocky Gordon. KIKC Sands of Time. KJlt-i Hit revue. KSAN News: 4:05. music; 4 :1 5. Ma Perkins. KK'llV News and music, K K V. Open Hous. K LsMusical. KLX News; 4:05. Helen Parmele. pianist; 4:15, music hits. KQW Sands of Time, 4:30 p. M. KY I'et Club! 4:45, news. KSKO Singin' Sam news. KI'O Heidt's Treasure t'liest. KC.O Children's tories: 4 45, Malcolm Claira; 4:55, music. KKKC News: 4:40. studio: 4 45. Fair nrorrsm. KJIIS News; 1:35, pop con cert, 9:30 P. M. KY'A Evening concert. KSKO "Second Husband, drama: 9:45, newa. KI'O American Tresaur, Chest. KC.O Baseball. Ki KC Fulton Lewis: 9:45 talk hv Martin Dies, KSAV Dance. KKOW Baseball. KKK Music; 9:45. Wonder of Y'ision. KI.S Valley Church. KLX News: 9:45, Ameri can lleniocrary. KQW Quartet time; 9:45, boxing. io r. m. KY In th Clnaming. KSIO World today: 10:15 froshv's orchestra. KI'O News; 10.15, concert hall. KOO Biseball. KKKC Martin Dies: 10:15, Arnheim orchesira, KJIIS Magic Hour. KSAN Newa: 10:05, China. town. KROW Baseball. KKK Organ and song. KLS Patricia Reynolds: 10:45. music. KLX News; 10:05, dance: 10:16. song. KQW Ronng. 10:30 P.M. KY' Manhattan Stars. KSKO Kings orchestra. il'O National defense pro. gram: 10:45, lilltmor Hoys. Kt.O Itasehall. KKKC News; 10:4 5. Young's orchest ra. KJIIS Music Hour. 4:45,' ks A N Chinatown. IA HI! H 1Y1U01U 1U1 UUt.l.i KKK Clambake. K I.S Dance Tim. KLX Aimee Lawrence, pianist. KQW Boxing; 10:45, dance. 11 P. M. KKKC Friendly neighbors; KSAN Dance; 4:45, Public 1115, orchesira. opinion. KjltS Art Fadden, pianist; KKOW As You Like It; 11:15. dance. L .I.C'5"""';."" ,co""' KsN News- 11:115. miisic;iKKI'. Open House. 1 1 -15. keep fit to music. I1' Around Town; 4:45. Kuniv oncKtion Wheel:! news. iv i, a .-ongs 1 I :15. Y'our Show. KKI'c Tanto music. KI.S Hawaiian music: 11:15. llarmonv Noies. KI.X News; 11:05, Health; 11:15. Dam KQW -r Friendly Neighbors 11:15. Texas Rangers. 11:30 A. M. KY"A Morning Concert. HsKO News; 11:36. lausl cal: 1 1:4.. new 4 45, d m o a . KQW News; 4-40, music: 4 43. KY Mailhag melodies. KSKO Buss' orchestra, KI'O Nottingham's orchestra. KtiO News: 11:15. musle. KKKC Dsle's orchestra. KJIIS Magic Hour. KsAN News; 11:05, r- quests. Accor- Ikrow New: 11J5. dance. KKK Clambake. 11:05, Noc- Conversatioit piece. 5 P. M. KY'A Syncopation. KSKO California!! on Parade; 5:15. I'. S. Army recruiting program. KI'O Guatemalan Marimba Band. KC,(V Exposition Band. Kl'tl Pcnae p.,in., 11 -sJL K K K C Hreer 'a orchestra. Vlo and Sade. ' KJB9 Louise Taber: 6:15. KCiO John', oth.r TIfa: dance. i 11:45. Just Plain Bill. KSAN New; 5:03. danc. KFKC Land of Dreams; :KKOW Johnny Jump Up; 1145. talk. I 5:15. Jack Armtrong. K.IHS Mna.e Ulnl.iiifM' Kit K, CWn House. 1145. Music Stvles KI.S Did rou know?; 6:13. hittut organ KSAN Varieties; 'll:iri1 eturlin. KRF Clambake. ""in. KLX News: B:05. Songs of KLS Rhythms. KKOM' Y'our Shows 11:55,1 the Range. IKQW Rhythm Rcs.!s Tunes.- KQW lysine. ' 11:15, Novel Melodies. Kl.s Dance Time. KLX New; turn. KQW Dance. 11:30 P.M. KYA Mai!hag Melodies. KSFO Strand orchestra; 11 :65, new. KPO Harpa orchestra. KC.O Music. KKRC Rhjthra Rascal; 11:45. music. KJBS News; 11:10. Made Hour. HSAN News; 11:05, re quest, Department Commander William "Bill" Farrell, newly elected head of the American Ix-gion in California, will preside at the joint installation of officers of the Seventh and Eighth Districts here Friday night in the Veterans War Memorial Building. On hand for the colorful ceremonies will be a large delegation of local leaders of the L?gion as well as a wide representation of Legionnaires from posts throughout San Francisco. Tonight, American Legionnaires here will attend one of the more entertaining affairs on their calendar the "Grand Jubilesta" sponsored at Club Lido by C. C. Thomas and George Washington Posts of the American Legion. In the form of a farewell party for retiring commanders and a "bon voyage" for the new commanders of the posts, the affair is expected to attract a wide attendance of veterans in the Bay region. iT N" i" Sunnyside Post of the American Legion will hold a "Know Your Flag Night" in the Veterans War Memorial Building tonight. During the ceremonies, the story behind each star will be told by Sergeant Greenwell of the United States Army Recruiting Service. & rH The Fidelity Sterling Auxiliary No. 97, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, will hold a benefit whist party at the Veterans Building tonight. Mrs. Gertrude Newton is in charge of the affair. Members of the four camps of the United Spanish War Veterans in San Francisco will travel to Alameda tonight where they will be the guests of Barrett Camp at an annual "corn feast" in the local Veterans Building. vi X Rialto Post No. 203, American Legion, will hear William Montgomery of the chamber of commerce here, discuss merchandising problems in the Western Hemisphere at a regular lunch meeting today at the Commercial Club. y; ? .l President Arthur Cooper of the Ninety-first Division has called a meeting of the 1940 Ninety-first Division convention committee tonight in the Veterans Building. All Ninety-first men are invited to attend. VETERANS MEETINGS TONIGHT Tup. day, Auxunt '-Ml Veterans Mar Memorial Building flunnyoiae Fot. American Lesion, v- ninjr. Canadian Leidon Drill Team, evening. Musicians Band, Veterans of Foreign Wars, evening. Geomre H. Thomaa Cirrle, juadie Grand Army of Republic, afternoon. (ialtieo Jttt, American lesion, evening, tiallleo LniU American Lgion Auxiliary, tvnintf. Disabled American Veteran Auxiliary, evening. Kred A. Roys Auxiliary, United Spanish Wnr Velerans, evening. Golden tiate Toat, Veterana of Foreign Wars, evening. 8. F, Pout No. 15. Regular Veterana Association, carda. evening. Howard iSperry Boat, Veterans of Foreign Wars, evening. S. F. Chapter American War Mothers, afternoon. Joseph P. McQuairle Post Pegree Team, Veterans ui Foreign Wars, evening. Fidelity Sterling Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Warn, card, evening. Dolly jMHciison Tent, Daughters ot Union Veterans of Civil War. evening. California Htnle Camp, Sons of Union Vetfmna of Civil War. evefning. Fidemv Sterling Poat, Veterana of Foreign Wara, evening. Fred A Koyne Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, evening. "BARON SELLS TITLE" to defy Nazi headman's axe. See American Weekly next Sunday's Examiner. BIRTHS MARRIAGES DEATHS SAX JRANCISC'O CITY AM) COITSTV Hirths. BCCKI.KY To the wife nf Hsniel N. Euiklry, 5U Justin Drive, Aug. 10. a. j son. ' CKL1T.I,0 To the wife of Frank B. i oiillo, e.Vi Second Ave.. Aug. 10, a son. ; CRKHCI To the wife nf Joseph Cres-t, j h:i2 Bayshore Blvd.. Aug. 11, dsugh j ter. COTTREI.L To the wife of Everett Cot-trell. Hridgeville, Calif., Aug. 10, a 1 daughter. CI.OHKItTV Tn the wife of Patrtrk ,T. 1 ( loherty, 1(158 Tenth Ave., Aug, 12, a ! dam:htr. j COLJU'KN To the wife of Bruce A. Col- , burn, :J5 hrader St., Aug. It, a dauvh- ', ter. CTl'MAN To the wife of Theodore Cup- men, 1374 Natuma M., Aug. 1, a ditukh- IT. j FOItsTTH To the wife of Cyril L. For-I sylh. Kolaora ft . Aug. 1. mm. I FOI.KINM To the wifo ot I'alri. k .T. Folkins, tjuerneville, liox ;i.'I3, Auk. 14, a son. j GoOt'H To the wife of Halrh W. Onofh, ' lti Brui-e Ave.. Aug. 11. a son. GAI.l.AGHKIl To the wife of John Cal-lagher, 4b' Santa Marina t., Aug, 7, a -dsuiihier. ! HANSHI'KO To the wife of John T. Hanshurs. 65U Kdlnhurgh St., Aug. l.'J, a dauchter. HA 1,1. To th.t wife of William B. Hall. , 2544 Thirty-fifth Ave., Aug. 12, daughter. Horace B. Sperry, S. F. Business Leader, Dies Long Illness Fatal To President of Oil Company Horace B, Sperry, prominent San Francisco business executive and member of a pioneer California family, died yesterday at the Dante Hospital after a long illness. Associated for many years with his family's firm, the Sperry Flour Company, Mr. Sperry had been active during the past seven years as president of the North American Oil Consolidated. Mr. Sperry was born in San Francisco, the son of Austan Sperry, California pioneer, and Mrs. Mary Simpson Sperry. He was educated in the public schools here and later graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In September, 1914, he married his present wife, Mrs. Mabel Bunker Sperry, who survives him at their home at 60 West Clay Park. There are no children. Mr. Sperry was a member of the Bohemian Club and the Occidental Lodge of Masons. He leaves his widow, a sister, Mrs. C. A. Bodwell, of Petaluma, and a brother, Austin Sperry of Berkeley. Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at the N. Gray & Company chapel, Post and Divisadcro Streets. "Cards ol Thanks are good form," says Emily Post "Cards of Thanks' are now considered good form and may be used appropriately to thank friends of the deceased. "In Memoriams" and "Mass Notices" are appreciated by friends of the deceased, as they afford friends the opportunity of sending appropriate messages to the family. Miss Ford, of The Examiner Bureau, will gladly assist you with helpful Information regarding the correct wording and publishing of "Cards of Thanks," 'In Memoriams," "Mass Notices" and "Tombstone Dedications." Call Miss Ford at SUttcr 2424. I ASIirOUO, JAMES KDWARIl 87 years. BACIOAMI'l. JOHN 31 years i BENMUN. KVKLYX BIKl.e.NBKKli. IJJI ISE M year ; BONAFOVS, AMELIA FLORENCE BOTTARO. MTAMSLAl'S 85 years , BROWN', CI1ARI.KS MANNING i ('HANKY, l.Al RA MARIE ' MAZ. SA1I1K j K.I.I.IOTT, VIOLA M. ! KRAI MEM, JOHKI'll 41 years 1,1 MIIKI.. MARTHA IHKNSI.KY. ALBERT II, : HOLM. M II I I AM 1.. 10 years i IA EKE. EPSON. t j UMiKMANN, HENRY VV. j I.OK1ANO, WILLIAM F. ; MEEIIAN, VALENTINE A. IIUMSHV. t.K.Olit.E O. I P.M'K. HENRY JOHN PARKY, JOMl'll I. U. C. Expert Finds Historical Error BISBEE (Ariz.), Aug. 19. (AP) Dr. Herbert E. Bolton, chairman of the history department at the University of California, declared today he had found "marked changes" in the generally accepted account of the route followed by Francisco Coronado and his band who entered the southwest 400 years ago in search of the Seven Cities of Cibola. "We found three definite points of evidence which showed conclusively that Coronado did not follow the route which has been previously accepted," Doctor Bolton said. U. S. SENATOR HIRAM W. JOHNSON WILL SPEAK AT ' -45 Tonight NBC BLUE NETWORK KGO KFBK Sacremtnto KMJ Frtino San Francisco KWG Stockton KERN Bolterifield Playwright Shaw's Cousin, 89, Dies HOLLISTEPv, Aug. 19 Roder ick Randon Shaw, 89, first cousin of George Bernard Shaw, died here today. He was an early day San Benito County clerk, and had been Hollister city treasurer since 1922. For fifty consecutive years he was secretary of the Hollister Masonic lodge. His father, William, uncle of the famous English playwright, founded the Hollister Advance in 1872. HOOBYKn To the wife of Luther Ttoob-yer. M10-B riteiner tl Aug. ti. a son. JONKS To the wife of Morgan I'sul Jones Jr.. 437 Frederii. fct., Aug, 12, a ilMUchler. l.EVIN To the wife of Kinmet F. Lovin. 154tt (Juceatia Aw.. Aug. 12. a daughter. MKNIMNAKA To the wne of James M. Mrndinata, 14J7 Hudson Ave., Aug. ltj, a son. Mi'KAl.KS To the wife of Paul A. Moral'. 1:47 Colter bl., Aug. 13, u daughter. Mi-ctLlAH tlH To th wife of William J. MiVulloush, 4134 Hrookdale Ave., Oakland. Aug. 11, a tlaughu-r. PAPWOKTH To the wite of Don C. 1'arworth. ?0 an -laioo Drive, San Mateo, Aug. lit, a daughter. rOHTKK To the wile of l.awrcnee L. l'orttr, h05 Vienna St., Aug. 1, a dauchler. SAI Kit To the wife of Charles 1', Sailer, 100 Laguna 1., Aug. 7. daiivhltr. SKVKIUIIA To the Wife of John J. sver,1ia, UU Latona St.. Aug. 13, a da lighter, TAI'IA To the wife of Anthony S. Tania, ei4l Cam Sl Aug. 14. a son. TOI.KIal To the wife of Jowl'h 11. Toltdo, h.'i:t Moultrie St.. Aug. 10. a dau:htri'. Wtaill To the wile ol ttordon K. Wood, 'M.IK Eighteenth Ave., Aug, 10, a daughter. ZOI.A.ZI To the wife of Joseph Zntazsl, tfo.l Ureenwlib. St., Aug 6. a daughter. Notices ef Application to Wed KAPKIN-KAPLAN Wilfred Kapkin, 28, 14 tillnnan St., and KuUI L, ivaplau y i:i:t.t? ail St. ASHEK-VMSK Kalman E. Asher, 50. Wilms, l alit,. and Hao Klae, 37, San Anlomo, Tex. F1NEKTV W ll-iON" Thomas .1. Flnerly Jr.. iT. San Jose, and IKirolhy il. Wil son. 1. 441 llaselwiaal Ave. St'H VA KTZ l.AMDAN Krnesl Srhwartt, E'.', MO .'t'lnil Ave.; and AnntHle 1m Lamdail. "'J. .New York City. MAKKIS KOHWKil Ernest I.. Harris. .14, 3ilti llih Ave., and Cet-eli -M. l.oliwo,-, '.'.S, ti.'O Suiter St. KOItTI ,K liKAL Uonald A. Forlnne, '!H, ll.-rk'-lry ana Alailha U. Boat, -.1. O.iO OriH-n St. BOCK-.SA.MlI.KR Leon llock. 18. Venice, and Hcrnire Sandler. 18. Lob Angi lea. PAKK-ACKKKMAN Stanley J. 1'alk, 7, 33 Kanta Paula Ave., and .Marjoii U. Ackeiman. U'3. 21 Santa Paula Ave. MA ESO-ST KICK LING Manuel M. Maeso, 1ZH, Seattle. Wash., and Cora L. Strlclt- l,n Ol 1100 Church St. Cl'Ll.lVAN-JKNKS John O. Pullivan, 31. 1154 43nl Ave., and Marguerlle It. Jenas. V!, WiKKtlaiid. Calif. UYAN-MiHtlN lllenn Kyan, 21, llremer-toii, Wah and Jane At. 11 in, IS, JJreim-r-tou. Wash. COI.I.IN.i NORKIS llavld Collins, fiO, 7 M Howard St., slid Mildred A, .Noma. 3U, '.'.'HiS Suiter St. WKHH-HIMI John A. Wehb. 20. 1541 California Si., end Elisabeth F. Simi, I'.i, 2HI' I.KKUna SI. T.AMl-I.AI Kit Hailev M. Tjliig. 2'?. 1S8 J'lh Ave., and Helen Laucr, 22. T.O 2.lid Ave. COI'KLANU-STKI.I.KH Eugene V. Cor land, 24. and Florence K. Steller, 2: holh of Halt lteitel. EHi 'OI.ES AK.M ANAKCO Henry V.rcolcs. 27, 70W Columbus Ave., and Catherine Armanasco, 1H. S23 Jimbaid St. WILKINSON-M.HAI.E Robert fi. Wilkin sun. 22. 2H1 1 Hush St.. and Jlarjr c. M Hle "0 :til41 Clement St. Dl'RANI'J-I'AKKY Oavld Hurand. 2I.T.ns Angeles, and Flower l'arry. J, o.i Hush St. HI'SSKY-WHITNKT Joeh C. Uttssey, Ml. Ill UrUio Ave., and Klsie K. Whit-nev. fill, 4O30 Cslifornia SI. Sri.i.IYANM'LAItK Irf-e W Sullivan. 21. snd Murre M. Clark. 24. both of 1H73 Mission St. DeCKlKKLEirtK-neCErKELKlRK Pe-noni IleCeukeleire. 12BI .'ll"t Ave., nd Marv K I let 'eukelelre. "H. Fresno. CtKlK-Itl.AKEI.KY Jack M. Cook, 2S. 7rt Itrenlwood Ave, and liertruae Jt. jiikkh. ley, 21. Grant Pass, Or. Marriage Licenses Issued MAUKIAUK Health Certificates and tests complete. S'i fill. C. R. Wright. M.H.. and Staff. Inc. at San Francisco Lalioratolio". Est. 2.1 vrs. HiMI Mkt,. rm. 8111. lo. 4i'2ii Widow Gets $350 Dlonth From Estate Superior Judge Frank H Dunne yesterday granted an allowance of $350 per month from the estate of the late Edward A Lesser to the widow, Mrs. Annie B. Lesser of 952 Sutter Street. " At the same time, the judge admitted Mr. Lesser's will to pro bate which leaves his $125,000 estate in trust to the widow and a daughter. ALLAN BENSON DIES YONKERS (N. Y.), Aug. 19. fAP) Allan L. Benson, 68, author, former newspaper editor and Socialist candidate for President of the United States in 1916, died today of coronary thrombosis. Navy Orders WASHINGTON', Aug. 10. AP) Navy order: Comdrs. Thomas V. Cooner. comdr. dest. dlv. 66: Lewis Corman. to asst. upvsr. of shipbldg., Bath Iron Works Corp., .nam. .Me. Mrdlrnl Corps Meiir. Julius C. Ksrly Jr.. nnV. sir. si., Pensacols. Fla . to ratrol wing 4. Snpnl.v I ores T.leut. fom-lr. I'hnrlcs W. Prown. t'S Indiana polia to nav. air sift... Ala.metl.i-Cslif. (JEETI.M! ItOACH Dixon fleeting, 21. 2.125 Washington St.. and leggy A. lti.a.h. I'.I 4I Hroderlck St. PIKllOTTI WINTER (lahrlel (1. T'leroltl, 30, 2.M3 Sacramento St., and Elisabeth K. Winter. 22. 30211 Clay St. KOK McCHUYSTAI. Albert Kok, 3(1, Atn- erton. and Louise McChrystui, 21. 2011 Walnut St. ARiiO-TltEVISAN Walter T). Aran Jr.. 24. 7fi! Waller SI., and Josephine Tre- visan. 20, 134 Thirl y-seennd Ave. REI l.l.Y HAltTKLS Oeorge F. Reilly. 2S. fisii Forty-fifth Ave., and Helen M. Parte!. 22. N'nvato SPEKT7.KN.KK1.LET1 Elmer M. Speet- xcn. 211. 05 Hancock St,, and Annette ol. Keller. 22. 302 Twenty-seventh Ave. SHKI.HV VAN" SI'OY Charles H. Shelby. 40, 447 Kil.lv St.. and Opal Van Scoy. 27. 182 Clinton Park. Ml'ZlO-HIA.NCHI Sieve 5110110, 22. 2H27 Aim St.. and lues Biunchl, 20, lilo.l Filbert St. HA LUWIN- CLAVHSEV dene Pnldwin Jr.. 23. 2oS Fifteenth Ave., and Ita- niona ClaiisKcn. 18. 1334 Willard St. l'RK'K-Hi iFFMAN Myron M. I'rlce. 27 1540 Cabrillo St.. and Beverly E. Hoff' , man. 23. 315 Seventeenth Ave.. Annulment (.ranted MI'ttltAT Edwin F. from llculah. WKliT Nellie from William. Interlocutory Divorce Decrees (Iranlcd ARMS O. from Oporgianna. CARLOS Bernard C. Irom Katyelce. ELLIS Dorothy from J. T. OARDNER JoHPPhlne from Oeorge. .lACOIio ITZ lgnats from Rose. MALLKTTE Janette from Lloyd. MILAN John from Thelma. SCULLER Dorothy from William C, Annulment Complaint Filed CARSLl'NI) Waller J. va. Mary K. MOOItK .Marguerite Dean vs. Donald T, Divorce Complaint Filed HUIZOLARA Catherine vs. Joseph M. HKtiKtlK l'Hlillne V. vs. Donald D. ColHN .loseiih vs. Theresa. OixiUETKS Christ A. vs. Alberta. HALEY Sarah V. vs. Cecil I, lH'CMKS Hulda vs. Michael. MWttKLL Ethel vs. W. D. MI ltl'ilY Anne vs, PeO-r B, iiRTH Charles vs. Edna, l'l .NDT Frsnk'" I. V-. .lobsnn II. SHARP Anne I. V3. Hobert J. Si i, KI M John 11. Vs. ejlilii .Mae, sniilll tieorgia. vs. Jerry. TCI'l'KR Victoria vs. Clarence F. W A. MS LEY Katherine E. vs. Dallas T. WONU Ruth C. vs. Herbert C. Kstates Filed for Probate TF.IOELF.R Estate of William H.: petition of Hasel E. Teigeler; estate unknown. ..,.. SANDMARK Estate of Charlotte E alias: petition of Ernest landmark; estate under $2,500. FIFIKLD Estate of William Oeorge Jr., alias: petition ot Rulh M. Fifleld; eslate unknown. ROUlNl KBtate ol Lsserl Oeslra : petition of Mary lirocco; eslalo under $2,500. CAPRI IN' Estate of Klhel A alias: petition of 11. VV, Caproii; eslal under $2.- 5011, MA N't I AN' F.slate of Arthur J.. alias: petit Ion of Agnes A. Mangan: eslate under 2.500. , PHELPS Estate of Oeorge: petilion or the Hank of California: estate over $10,- 000. NKSTOHT Estate of Adolph: petition or Uunfr nf in,.H,., nlntn over $10.0011. JOHNSON Estate of Charles L.; petition of Glenn (las: estate under yjj.oiw. BERG ANTING Estate of Franceses, alias: petition of Florence Cell! t al.II estate about S10.000. JOHNSON Estate of Peter. : ?"' of Tlllle Schmidt: estate under iu.uoo. LYONS Estate of Honora, alia: Petition of E. J, Duggan: estate under no.ouv. cille Kuth Vntcrberger. 23, 12 Wildwood Ave., both Oakland. BV LM A N'-D AVI LA John Martin Bulman. UU, 632 Maight Ave., Alameda, and Helen Hernice Davila, 2ti. 2!140 Twenty-first Ave., Oakland. CLARK-KIN'DOI'P George Edward Clark. 2tl. 1355 Wright Ave Los Angeles, and Gladys Jean Kindopp, 22, Concord, Contra Costa County. CLARK-ARGHIHALII Maurice A. Clark. 47. 1320 North Van New Ave.. Fresno, and Alice Archibald, 48, 2125 San Jose Ave.. Alameda. GKR.U'OY REIO Kdward C.erjuoy, 22 2! 10 Telegraph Ave., and C. Jacmuue-lme Iteid, 21, 1235 Durant Ave., both Berkeley. HOHIN SILVA Harold Burdelt llobin. 23, Kio Nido, CallU and Elsie Silva, M ante, a, Calif. MARLAR-SCLI.IVAN John El wood Marin r. 20. 314 Twenty-first ft., and Margaret Elisabeth Sullivan, 26, 202a Logan St.. both Oakland. MARiill-McCHESNEY Robert F. Marsh. 25. 7258 Trenor St., and Haroldciin Fram.cs McChesney, 20, 6200 Foothill Blvd., both Oakland. ME.VDOZA-SII.V A Gabriel Anthony Men-dora. 21. SCott Iine, Simla Clara, and Alvera Healrke Silva, 21, 104 West A St., Hnvwanl. Ol'l 'K.N HELM Kit GUEKNLEF Arthur C Oppcnheimer II, 22. 700 Grand St., Alameda, and Phyllis Greenlee, 23, 244 Lakeside Dr.. Oakland. l'EKACCA-HALL Victor Pcracca. 21. and Jom-c La Verne Hall. 18. both 337 Pennsylvania Ave., Loa t'.aui. P1TTA-1UEDALK Manuel Pitta, R2. 287 Li toniil St.. and Pauline Maude lredale. ito, 3ti Columbus Av both Ban Francisco. POW KLL-PARMELEE Jack Leaver Pow ell, 27, and Jeannetle Elisabeth Parme- lce. 20. both Hotel Roosevelt. Oakland. RE NEKEK-ATKINS Robert Ray Benfree. 20. 9 Pomona Ave., VA Cerrito. and Ma-ruin Atkins, 18, 1001 Sixty-fifth St. I in k In ml. SANUKIt - STI1ATTON' William Prilton Sunder. 25. 000 -Moraga Ave., J'ledmont. ami Alai lorie Sue Slialion, 22, 2000 l tlba Ave.. Richmond. VAI.l.lo-1 WOAXK Bernard Valllo, 3n. 821 SiH-on.t St.. Haywar.l. and Maraarct Irfiuise 'I woaxe, 21, 2058 Eighty-sixth Ave., Oakland. V.lTKS-STl AliT N. Geork-e Yales. 27. 21131 ' Delaware St.. Berkeley, and tiliidya Margarette Stuart. 1U. 1423 Ver-BKlilce Ave., Alameda. lnlerlortttory Decree Granted CL'NLIFFE Florence L, Irom James Irving, cruelly. MEYERS kdward from Yvonn cruelty. JOHNSON Elmer Q. from Esther L., cruelty. DURHAM Annie Bell from William Wesley, cruelly. WKSTI.KK Amelia from Dudley, cruelly. MANNING Gertrude Lol'Vame llom John Llovd. cruelly. DECKER Helen from Hubert E cruelty. Final Decrees (irauli'd POLKIN'GHORNE Marl from Richard Itarvev. cruelly. CHK.N'owETU Yernona Mathilda from Forest, cruelty, DUorce Coinpialut Filed SIHI.F.V Evelvn F. vs". llovt. cruelly. Wli'KLIl'FE Edith L. vs. Hobert K., crtlellv. CADWAl.LADKIl Ida M. from Carroll Charles, cruelly. FERNANDEZ William vs. Esther, desertion. SCOTT Mary Lucille vn, Wilbur. SANTA t'l.AKA C'Ol'XTY Marriage License Issued N'ol.TK SI TIIK1U.AND Richard Nolle, 22, and Lcliy Sutherland, lu, both San Jose. Jl'HV-l'ROKI'SON Joseph Jury. 25 and Zelda, Froedson 22 Isilll of Palo Alto. CON AN'-0'KltTl'RI'' James Cowan 23, Tucson Ans., and Janet Overlurf. la, Palo Alto. . Xoliees f Intention Is Wed ORSKR-HELK.NAP Jomes Orser, 24. Oakdaie, and Roberta llelknau, 22, Santa Crux. VALKNTINK-VLAHl'SICH Antone Valentine, 21. and Mary Vlahusich, 18, both of Sun Jose. l E LU A R 1 IO-H 1 ' RT A Dt I Oei irgeDelgardo, and Lure Hurlado, 0. bolh Gilroy. Mi INTKSAN'O-SCAL.O Philip Monlcsano, 20. Crockett and Aurora ttcalsu 2ti, San Josp. GATES-ELLIS Rlcbard flates. .13, and Lucille Ellis, 23, both ot San Jose. CHEHN'OFFGROSS Nick Chernolf. '30, and Maigucriia Grosa, 18, both of Ban Jose. MolNNIS-HI'OHES John Mi Innis, 30. and Rosemary Hughes. 27, both of San Diego. HERKMANN'-KIHKWOOD 11 mold Herrmann, 2S, 1 'ii lo Alto, and Lillian Kirk-wo-sl. 28. Orange. KEITH-CORKY Troy Keith. 27, Sunnyvale, and Helen Corey, 21. San Joan. Divorce Complaint Filed I.EROY Evelyn vs. Arthur. LEWIS Essie W, vs, Edna. Interloeutory Decree of Divorce KAWASH1MA Matsuko from Tenlo. SAV MATEO POINTY Notices of Intention lo Wed WRAY-OLEVKLAND DeVon J. Wray, 20. Ashland, Ore., and Grace B, Cleveland, lit Menlo Park. RALEV-OLIVEH V Larry B. Italey. 21, and Shirley olivpra. Its, bolh San Jose. Rl' RROWS-AN I ill K W Edward S. Bur row's, 33, and Frances M. Andrew, 20 both Htirlingame, WILLIAMS-Cl IITIS P-tlits B. Williams 23, Beverly Hills, and Jeun E. Curtis 21, San Mateo. Annulment Complaint Filed RAUSDALE Polly A. vs. Thomas U. Final Divorce Decree (irnnted SAYRE John S. from Theresa M. CLMA Eve from Mario. rr.TF.RS, HARRY REF.DV. ALBERT 8. Klsso, CATEKI.VK 411 er RYAN'. THOMAS 4. 70 year SALMANS. MARK I.. BCHIAFUNO, OI0VANM BATTISTA- s . year 8CHLIEMAX, HKNKY 85 year M'KKI.INU, DAISY I SI'KKKY, HOK ACF. BENJAMIN STETSON. 1IAKKIET 0 jear WAIIl.LKEN. ROSE WRIGHT. ALICE M. KENtl By the Associated Press Marriage Llrenses Issued Paul D. Jacobs. 28. Duly City, and May Pieison, 18. Oakland; Donald C. Reiiilo, AT.AMFDA f'Ol NTT Vnllres nf Inlention to Wed APELSnN-rNTEliPKHGER Victor A'ld-on. 21 fi51 Valla Visia Ave., and Lu- 21. and Hetty Gardner. 17, both Oakland Edward F. Davis, 2, Oakland, and Lillian Pollari, 28. Minneapolis, Minn.; James Del- tino, 22, and Mary Allieriai, holh ot San Fraucisi-o; Elmo Cox, 23, and Frames Saiifonl. 1H, bolh Oakland; Herbert llalliner "O Snil Itllth Ll'WIS 2l. Iloll San Kranelsco; Nick N. Rotnano, 22. icTmI Belly Aglcsbee, ill. bolh Aliniieilu; Regi-nHld W. I'cliier. 44, and Vela Vogl, 27. both Sun Francisco; Sluniey K. 1'pok, 21, and Beverly Spoouer, IS, bolh San Francisco: Harry Rogers. ,10, and Madge Molting. 20. both Oakland: Leonard ocott, 22 Sasbenal,' Tex., and Hetty Briggs. 18, San Francisco; Guy smilh, 20, and Ruby Freeman, 24. both Vallejo.: William J. Roberts. 40, Martinex. Calif,, and Milvlna Bruecknian. 45, Oakland; Paul D. Johnson, 21. San Jose, and Eileen O. Stlnlt. 1H, Los Gatos, Calif.; Edward Silveria, 28, Benecia, Calif., and Edith Rose, 28. Vallejo, Calif.; Hurford D. Steele, 40, Kanss City, Mo., and Jessie W. Byram. 20, San Francisco; Charles G. Lagomarslno. 40. San Francisco, and Eunice M. Going, 411. Jackson, Calif.: Lawrence Arndl. 30. and Adeline D. Hodonl, 20. both l'oint Reyes. Calif.; Harry R. Zilehlke, 3. San Francisco, and Mildred L. Ostium. 27, Tilden. Neb.: Norman Boone. 21. and Nadia I'udoff, 20. San Francisco; Rea M. l'yle. 21. and Florence Vogliazxo. 20. both of San Francisco: D. II. Banlwell 27. and Mario Dever. 2(1. bolh of San Francisco: George W. Fries, 24. snd Dorothy . Davis, X'3. notn ot ran Francisco; Franiiisco N. I alacal. VI, ana Margarita 11. Renterla. IS. both of San Francisco: Hurlburt F. Pierre. 28, ana Mary Del Combre, 20. both of San Fran cisco: Leslie JJ. Murray, . ana Ste phanie M. Starr. 22. both of oagisno; Lenox G. McBee. 21. and Jeansnn Parnsh, lg hnth of Oakland: Anthony de Polo, 47, snd Brownie S. Blakely. 39. both of Oakland: Raymond A. Flnnle. 30, and Hasel D. Todd, 28. both or oagiana; tnesier iv Davis. 60 and Alice Hanlon. 37. both of Oakland: William W. McKnlght, 24. t-l t'entro. Calif., and June Waanon. 25. Pan Francisco; William t . rtovey. run Francisco. nd Geneva B. Wheeler, 27. San Antonio. Tex.: Merrill E. Nelson. 21 " Inane, and Irene Miller, Iff. San Franc.sco. ASIIFOKD In this city, August 18. 11140. James Edward, beloved husband of the iate Josephine Ashford, hiving father ot Jamea E. Ashford Jr.. Mrs. Hazel Bislgrrs, .Mrs. Blanche Hill and Mrs. Josephine Toienleno; a native of Detruil. J-lii h., aged 87 years. Funeral services Thursday. August 22. 1!40, at 0 a. m.. at "The Liitle Chai 1 of the Sunset.' 2532 Irving Street, near Twenty-seventh Avenue, luiernienl. Na tional Cemetery, l'reatdio, B.VCItiAl.l PI In Petaluma. Calif., August 11), 1040, Joh-l Hacigalupi, dearly beloved hushaiul of Lena Hacigalupi, loving father of Daniel Hacigalupi in S. F-; loving son of Barmlomeo and Chiara Hacigalupi, loving brother of Mary Vll-leneuve of Ixia Angeles; a native ot Los Angeles, aged 31 years 2H days, A member of Sunset Scavengers' Assn. ' Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. ni from Valente. Martol, I'eraln ; Co., til't. Green St. Blessing, SS. Peter and Paul's Church, commencing- at 2:30 p. m. Interment, lioly Cross Cemetery. Friends are inviled to attend a mas.'.. which will be celebrated for tho reims--of hi soul, at SS. Peter and Paul's church, commencing at l:30 a, ni. on Wednesday, Aug. 21st. BF.NNION In this city, August 18. 1!40. .Evelyn, beloved wife of Balph B. Reu nion, loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N, Austin of Lehi, Utah; a native of Clan. Funeral services Tuesday at 7:30 p. ni.. at Gantner, Felder. Kenny Chapel, 1905 Market Street at Duboce Avenue, under the auspices of the L. l. S. Church, lntonuent, Lehi. Utah. BlF.l.KNHKKG In this city. August 1(1. 1040. Louisef beloved mother of Mrs. Frank Lee, Mrs. C. Schemer, Teler. Fred, Herman and Jack Biclenhprg, a native of Germany, aged SH years. Funeral services were held Monday August from Cannier. FehU-r. Kenny Chapel. Interment Grccnlawn Cemetery, BtlNAI-'OlS In this rlly, August 18. 140. Amelia Florence, beloved wife ot the late George Bonafous, loving grandmother ot Jimmie Glover Jr.; a native ot Virginia City. Nov. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral services Wednesday at 10:30 a. m.. front the Morrison Funeral Home, 401 Bailer Street at Hayes. Interment, Jit. View Memorial Park, Oakland. BOTTARO In this city. August 1, 1040 Stanislaus Bottaro: a native of lialy. aged 85 years. A member of Galileo Grove No. 37, L A. o. D- and Societa Italian di Mutua Heneficenxa. Funeral Wednesday at I p. m.. from Valerie. Marini, Perata & Co., Oil' Green St. Inurnment. Cypress I-avvn. BROWN. CHXKl.F.S .MANNING HARMONY CHAPTER No. 124, O K. S officers and meiiife-rs: Yon are hereby notitl.il to allcnd the eervioe.-j of our late brother. Charles Miuiiiing Brown. Tuesday at t'arew A- English. By order of the Worthy Matron. MABEL SOl'Tl! WICK. CHANEY In thi city. Aimust 17, inin. Laura Marie, loving mother ot Jack K. Chanev and Mrs. Marie Roberts and sis ter of Augusta Gellerman and Charles Rulinr. A member of Richmond Chap ter 255. O. E. S. Funeral Tuesday at 1:30 p. m.. at Ash ley A McMullen s, 4200 Geary Boulevard t Sixth Avenue, under the auspices of Richmond Chapter 255, O. 1.. S. DIAZ In this city. Aug. IS. 10411. Sadt Diux. beloved wife of Ktniliu Dinx. loving molhPr ut Frances Evelyn I Mux, sislei of Minnie, Emanuel and Mervyn Henry; a unlive of San l-'rniii-iseo. Friends are invited lo attend the funeral services at 10 a. ni.. Tuesday. Aug. 2il. al Gray's. Divisndeio St.. at l'ost Entombment, Portals ot Ktcrnily. F.1.I.IOTT In thi city, August IS. IfMIV Viola M .. beloved wife or William IV .Klliit.lt. loving mother of William Klliolt Mi. Gertrude Vincent, sister ot Mrs. Fred Mi Kay. Hugo and John Ilolloway. native of Kansas. Friends are inviled to attend services Wednesday, at 10:30 ft. m at the chapels of Ganiner and Maison. 777 Valencia fct., rear lilth St. Lewis A. Malson, Director. Kit AfMF.NI In this city. August 1 n 1H40. Joseph Frniimenl, dearly beloved husband of Hilda Friuimenl. loving lather of Joseph Jr. and Gloria Fraumeni. luv- mi bi-niher of Ann o and onoirio rrau menl Conceita Vergona. Josephine La Rim, .Marina Galleta, Rose l'almlsano and Eleanor calalano: a native of Italy ucd 42 vcai-s 10 month 15 days. Funeral Thursday at 10 a. m., from Valente. Mnrinl. Perala Co.. 4M40 Mission Si. Interment, ilalian Cemetery. GI MBF.I, In this elly. Aug. 1!). 1040. Marlha. dearlv beloved wite of Charles Gumbel. devoted mother of Charles and George Gumbel. Mrs. Calvin Von sin den, Mrs. Ben Record and Mrs. Louia Kbin- " Funeral Wednesday at 2:.10 p. m. from Ganiner. Felder. Kenny Chapel. 10115 Market St. at Duboce Ave, Inurnment, Olivet Memorial Park. IIF.NSI.F.V In Castclla. Shasta County. August HI. 11140. Albert H husband of Gerlruds Hensley, Services Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., chapel , in Presidio. Hill M In t.os Altos. Alli-'list 10. 1010. William L. Holm, son ot the line Lean- der and Killii Holm, brother of Robert, Edward and Oscar Holm and .Mrs. Irene Brink. Mrs. ilia Malinmnst and Klna Doonan, father of Wilma Holm; a native Of New Zealand, aged 40 years. Funeral services will be held at Anwar Funeral Parlors. Mountain View. p. m. Wednesday, Aug. 20. Interment, Alta Mesa Cemetery. LA VF.RK In thi city, August 18th. 1040. Kdson La Vere. beloved husband of Joan Bay La Vere: a native of Newark. New Jersev. A member o Musician Union of Sun Francis, o. Friends arl Invited tn attend the funeral services today, TuesOiiy, al 2:30 p m. at the chapel of H. F. Suhr Co., 2IH0 Mission, near 25th st. Interment. Woodlawn Memorial Park. l.fll.KMAVX In this city. August 10, 1040. Henry W., dearly beloved son of the lale William and Mary Logemiinii. loving brother of Hubert J. and William Logemann, Florence Krnuskoiip and Mrs. Albert Strye; a native of Sun Francisco. A member of National Federation of Post Office Clerks, Local No. 2, of San Francisco. Friends are invited lo attend the fu-t.-ral Wednesday at 1 P. m.. from Dug-gran'. 34.14 17th St. Interment, Cypress Lwn Cemetery. I.OKIANO In thi city. Aug. 10. 1010, William F. Lnrlano, beloved son of the late Joseph and Ellen Mary l.oriauo; a native of Sailsalilo. Calif. A member of Kinervville Post No. 1010. V. F. W. Funeral Wednesday at 0:30 a. m.. from Gantner. Feliier. Kenny Chapel. 1005 Market St. at Duboce Ave. luiernienl. Nalional Cemetery. j .11 KKll AN In this city. August 10. 1)40. valentine A., lieloved son of the laiej Charles W, and May Median, loving! brother of Charles J. Meehnn. Mrs. George. Linoh and the lale Gcorae T. Meehan and Mrs. R, Hlllbelt; a native Of San Francisco, Funeral will be held Wednesday at 0 o'clock a. ra., from the mortuary ef Halsted Co., 1123 Sutter sireet near Polk, then to St. Mary' Paulist Church tCalifornia near Grant Avenue i, where a requiem mas will b offered for the repose of hi oul commencing ae 8 30 o'clock a, m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. ORMSBY In this city. August 10. 1941, George O. Orrosby. father of Ruth E. Espinosa. Funeral ervlce tomorrow I Wednesday) at 1 p. m.. at the chapel of th Golden Gate I'ndertaking Co.. 15511 Call, forma St.. under the auspices of the Pacific Lodge No. 13li, F. a A. M. PAPF. Tn this city. Aug. 18, 1040. Here John Pane, husband of the late Augusta Pape, loving father of George. H. l'ape. brolher of Mrs. Louise Kolkman. Mrs, Anna Pa.vsen and Mrs. Martha Wilson, grandfather of Marjorie J, l'ape; a native of. San Francisco, Friends are invned to attend the funeral service. 1 p. m. Wednesday. Au? 21. at Gray , pivisadero St, at lost. PARRY In this eity. August 18. 1940, Joseph L, dearly belowcd husband oC Cordelia Parry, loving father of Mrs, Velma Zgraggen, Mrs. Verda Clausen, Mrs. Violet Lawson. William snd Ear l'arry. Friend of George Jackson. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 11:15 a. m., front Duggan's. 34.H 17th St. Interment, Cypres Lawn, PETERS Tn this city. August 18. 1040. Harry, beloved husband of Calhenn Peters, loving brother of Lawrence; Peters: a native of Germany. Funeral Wednesday at 10:30 . m from Gantner. Felder. Kenny ChapeW lOOo Market St. at Duboce Ave, Interment, National Cemetery. REEDY In this city. August li. 191(1, Albert S. Reedy, dearly beloved husband of Mabel Reedy and loving son of the lale John Rewly. beloved stepson of Mrs. Annie Reedy, loving brother of Mrs. Anita Nunan, Mrs. Irene Cain and John. H. Reedy, a native of Modesto, Calif.. Past Edited Ruler of San Francisco) I. odge No. 3, B. P, O. E. A member of 7.ane Irwin Post No. S3, American Legion. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 0:30 a. rn. from) the chapel of H. F. Suhr Co.. 2019 Mis. sion St . near 2.iih. thence to St. Joseph' Church. 10th and Howard Sts.. where a reouien. high mass will bei eclcbtatetf for the repose of his soul, cornmencnig at, 1Q a. m. Interment: Holy I'nis... SAN FRANCISCO LODGE NO. 3. B. P. O. ELKS -Off leers and members - hereby notified to attend the funeral services for our late brother. Past Exaltedl Bluer Albert S. Reedy. Tuesday evctum:, August 20. at 8 o'clock, at the Chapel ot H. F. Suhr Co., 2D1II Mission Si. ARTHUR I CHRISTIANSEN. Exalted Ruler. RISSO In this city, August 18. 194(1. Caterin Risso. dearly beloved wile or the late Joseph Risso. beloved mother ot John and Santo Ruso. Mary Peraaso. Rose Giusto, Laura McCrea and Jessie Teroclittnl; a native of Italy; aged 61 year 2 months 10 days. Friend and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Wednesday. Aug. 21. 1040. at 1) a. ni.. from the Funeral Parlors of Valenie. Mnrini. Perala Co.. 04:1 Green St.; tbeiu-e to Si. Theresa's Church for hih. mass, commencing at 11:30 K. ni. Inter-nient. llaliau O'Hionuy. RVVN In this city. August lit, 19(0. Thomas .1. Rvan: aired 7il veara. Funeral will lie held Tuesday st 8:3(1 o'clock a. m.. from the mortuary of H;il-sted A Co.. 1123 Sutter St. near Polk, thence to St. Mary's Paulist Church (California St. near Grant Ave.!, where a reouiem mass will be offered for lha repose of hi soul, commencing at 9 . m. Interment, Holy Cros Cemetry. SALMAN'S Mark L beloved husband of Neva Salmans. Funeral services will he held Tuesday st lu o'clock a. m.. from the mortuary of Halsted 0 Co., 1123 Sutter St. near Polk S IIUFFINO In this city. August 17,1 1040. Giovanni Batiisia. dearly beloved1 husband of Ihe lale Clorinda Srhiaffino. beloved father of John A. and Georgette: Schiaffino; a relive of Italy; aged 821 years S months 10 days. Friends and acquaintance are Inviteif to atiend the funeral Tuesday, August . 20. 11)40. st 9 a. ni , from the funeral parlors of Yalenie. Marini, Perata A. Co.. 040 Green St., thence to SS. Peter snd Paul's Chur.li. for a high mass, commencing at M:30 a. m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. SCH I.I F MAN In 1hli city. August 17. J040, Henry, beloved husband ot the lata Maria Schlieman. loving; father of Mr. Lillio Springer and Mrs. F.rtna Rossiter. grandfather of Mrs. Marian Adams andl Mrs. Antietle W'ojclk. great-grandfather nf Marilyn Wojcik nd Jean Adams; st native of Germany, aged 85 year. Funeral Tuesday. 2 p. m- from Gantner. Felder. Kenny Chapel, 1006 Market Street at Duboce Ave, Interment, OiiveS Mpmotrial Park. SPERLING In Burllngame. August 18. 1(140. Daisy L., beloved wife of William Sperling, loving daughter of Mr. Carrie Dallno, isier of Mrs. Bessie Runyot and Mrs. Carrie IXarretson. Funeral services will be held st 2 p m. on Tuesday. August 20. at the chaliel of Frank C. Wyckoff. 221 Park Road. Burllngame. Inurnment Olivet Memorial Park. SPERRY Tn this city. Aug-. 19. 104(1, Horace Benjamin Sperry. beloved husband of Mabel Bunker Sperry, brother of Austin Sperry and Mrs. C. A. Bod-well and the late Dr. Mary A. Sperry; si native of San Francisco. Funer.il service 10 a. m. Wednesday. Aug. 21. at Gray's. Divisadero St. at Post. STETSON Tn thi rily. August 17, TOIO. Harriet stetson, loving mother of H-ien, and Alberta Porter and the late Penne-inan Stetson and Pearl Simpson, grandmother of Alan Porter, Barbara. Oeral-dine and Winefred Stcton; a nativ ol Arizona; aged til years. rutieral service Tuesday. August 20, t 2 p. m.. gt the mortuary of Barry McDonald, 78(1 Valencia St., under the auspices of Excelsior Circle No. 2. C. of F.-uf A. Inurnment, Cypress Lawn Cemetery. WAHI.GREN Tn this city. Aug 1ft. 194(1, Hose, dearly beloved wife of Charles O. VVahlgren. loving sister of Mamie Anderson and the late Walter and Anna. Anderson. Funeral IVednesdnv at 2 p. lu front Outttner. Felder. Kenny chapel. l!Mi. Market St. at Duboce Ave. Interment, Cypres Lawn Memorial Park. WRIGHT In this city. Aucust 17. 1010. Alice M- beloved wife of the late t.ijr Georire II. Wright. L". S. Army retired, loving sister of M-s. Andrew T. Cor' us, James F. and Harry Loasby of Seattle, Washington. Friends may call at the mortuary ef Julius S. Godeau. Inc., until 10 a, m.. Wednesday. .Aucust 21. I!'4it. Graveside services at 10.30 a. m. at National Cemetery. Presidio. P0DESTA & BALD0CCHI 224 GRANT. 80. 6200. ANQELO J. ROSSI CO. 45 Grant Ave. DO. 8C0 MOHR & TAMKE .S1 21 ST ST VALKNCM ij17 E.'.liLE SERVEAU 2142 FILLMORE. WK. !"I2H. 'BELMONT FLORISTS 2.IHO FILLMi'IiK. WE. -'. 7" ..-. in . i, Funeral costs at Gray 's art ananged to suit any family nganUtss of t fair circumstanas TIME PAYMENTS IF DESIRED N. GRAY & CO, cfitneral evince Divisadero Street at Post Tbone WAinut 11)1" I II I ' Mil Jl

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