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Oakland Tribune Newspaper Archive: August 26, 1954 - Page 18

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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - August 26, 1954, Oakland, California                                E Oakland Tribune, Thursday, Aug. 26, 1954 Eugene Bacigalupi of the University of Santa Clara Pies SANTA. CLARA, Aug. The Rev. Eugene M. Bacigalupi S. J, 73, head of the physics de- partment at" the University of Santa Clara for the past 29 years, died last night in OfCon- nor Hospital following a heart 1 attack. He had been in poor j health for the- past two years 1 and was compelled to leave his teaching duties early this year. j Father Bacigalupi was born J In Santa Clara, Nov. 28, 1380, j the son of a famous California family. His -brother, the late J James A. Bacigalupi, was a for- j mer president of the Bank of j America. He began his teaching career at St. Ignatius College, .now the University of San Francisco, ,in Hie taught at Gonzaga Univer- sity, Spokane, Wash., from 1908 to 1911. Ordained in 1914 at the Gre- gorian University in Rome, Ilaly, Father Bacigalupj received his PhD. .there the following year. In addition to his teaching duties at Santa Clara, he was well known as a chaplain at Agnews State Hospital where he made daily visits for 28 years. For many years, lie has.been identified with the cultural life o.t Santa Clara Valley. He was a patron .of the San Jose Con- cnrt Series and, although his versity is one of the finest along deputy county clerk in Amador County from 1892 to 1902, when he came here to live. He re- the. Pacific Coast. Survivors include a sister, Miss Louise Bacigalupi, of Santajtired from the bank in 1933. Mr. Clara. JBreese and his wife, Mrs. Mabel A requiem mass will be said.W. Breese. celebrated their Saturday at a.m. in 1he Mis- golden wedding anniversary on sion Church "at the University July of last yea.r. and interment will follow at the; Mr. Breese was a life member Santa. Clara Catholic Cemetery. of the Central Bank Club, a member of Acorn Lodge 494 of Masons, Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies and Lake Merritt Chap- neral services will be held to- ter of Order of Eastern Star. morrow for Bonny R. Breese.i Sui-viving him, in addition to 80, member of a pioneer wife, are twox sisters, Miss Bonny R. Breese PIEDMONT, Aug. 26. Fu- dor County family and a re- tired assistant cashier of the teaching field was science, he Central Bank in Oakland. was a lover of fine music, par- ticularly operatic music. His col- 1905. He served there until 1908.1 lection pf recordings at the Uni- Mr. Breese, who died yester- day at his home, 131 Sunnyside Ave., after a short illness, was Julia Breese and Mrs. Esther Moody, both of Piedmont. services tomorrow, under Masonic auspices, wilj be held in the1 Telegraph Avenue Chapel of Grant Miller Mortuaries. 2850 Telegraph Ave. They are to be- gin at 1 p.m. Bion Lucien Atkinson Funeral services for Bion Lu- cien Atkinson, of 3647 Coolidge Ave., who died yesterday in an Oakland hospf.tal, will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Grant D. Miller Mortuaries, 2350 Tele- graph Ave. The Rev. George Warmer and officers of Brooklyn Lodge No. 225 of Masons will officiate. In- termtnt will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. Atkinson, a retired print- er, native of Des Moines, la., and came to Oakland as a bov He is :-urvived by his wife, Frances; his son, T. At- kinson, of Ormda, ivo grand children, Bion Leroy and Mari- lyn Jean Atkinson; and a brother, Herman O. Perigo. Mr. Atkinson was a member of Oakland Tent No. 17 KOTM; Brooklyn Lodge of Masons and a past high priest of Royal Arch Masons. Girl, 16, Charges Criminal Attack LOS ANGELES, Aug. A 42-year-old San Diego owner of newsstand periodicals was arraigned yesterday on charges of attacking a 16-year- old Los Angeles girl. David Zentner was ordered to appear next Wednesday for pre- liminary hearing anil his bail set at Zentner denied the charges and said he had hired the girl to pose for pictures.-____________i No Work- No Ovostwork and you save money, tool Here's the pure juice of 6 California lemons... all squeezed and ready to for drinks, recipes, scores of household Thrifty TreeSweef LEMON JUICE Full Page of Knave on Sunday CRISCO MAYONNAISE JUICE 3-POUND TIN BEST FOODS QUART PINEAPPLE LIBBY'S-46-oz. TIN 85 59 25 SAN BANCROFT A ____ ______ 14th ST. 98th MaeARTHUK W.VD. CASTRO 21891 REDWOOD RD, 60 CASTRO VILLAGE HAYWARD HARDER ROAD SAN FARNSWORTH ST. HESPERIAN ILVIB. 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