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[[handwritten note]] The Times [[end handwritten note]]

Death Takes Mother of Pioneer Pilot

Death attributed to a heart attack came yesterday to Mrs. Salome Knabenshue, 85, in a hotel room at 6808 Hollywood Blvd.
Mrs. Knabenshue was the mother of Roy Knabenshue, pioneer Southland dirigible pilot now with the Department of the Interior. She also leaves three other sons, Guy, retired Army officer; Paul, who is with the American Consulate in Egypt, and Lee, who is retired and lives in San Gabriel. 
[[handwritten note]] Dec.6-40 [[end handwritten note]]
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