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Post, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1960, San Mateo, California San Post Peninsula Shopping Guide Volume 14, Number 16 5e A COPY DELIVERED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING April 20, 1960 House Probe of Jet Noise Opening at Airport Today HAWAIIAN THEME for the St. Roberts Women's Guild eon April 27, is depicted by leis around the necks of Mrs. Anthony Mrs. Dan and Mrs. Frank The fete will be at the school starting at and will feature island dances by Mrs. Henry Reservations may be had from Mrs. George Boyle or Mrs. Famine Halts Building PACIFICA A moratorium on all building con- struction was in effect issued by the North Coast ty Water District Monday night when the trustees agreed not to allow any more water connections for at a at which time a joint survey of the district will be completed by the state and county health The action was taken at an emergency meeting called to dis- cuss last week's defeat of a bond What action the district will have to take in of the ical water shortage throughout Pacifica was postponed until next although trustees agreed the doubling of minimum rales may he necessary to make water department If a bond issue is to be resubmitted to officials it will have to be in cess of last week's amount to meet increased construction The decision to halt all new wa- ter connections was taken after Superintendent Warren McClure reported that yesterday afternoon one 641 Carmel avenue in the Sharp Park area was already without Never be- he has such a ical shortage existed so early in the although several years ago the district had to prohibit the watering of gardens in many Board members agreed be- cause of the lack of water and the critical fire protection lem that insurance rates would drastically increase if the Board of Fire Underwriters were to make a new survey at this Until some alternative solution is officials decided it may be necessary to double the mini- mum water rates and increase the present fee of 35 cents for each 100 cubic feet of water used over the minimum rate to 50 Revenue from such an in- crease might allow piecemeal im- Will Attempt to Find Solution Congressman J. Arthur Younger and three col- leagues of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce committee arrived at San Francisco International airport at noon yesterday in preparation for today's full scale congressional hearing on Jet noise It will be held at Hilton starting at 9 a.m. On the plane with Younger were members of the tee on transportation and aero- nautics headed by Rep. Morgan D. Moulder Lawrence W. Brock and Steven B. The house group made an in- of the new United Air Lines jet overhaul shops at the airport as part of a study into the safety in maintenance of jet Later yesterday afternoon the congressmen visited areas affected by the jet noise lems and toured the airport to acquaint all members of the com- the details of the noise Younger visited homes in Bayside Manor and Millbrae to talk with residents on the Outgoing Mayor Webb be the first to speak at the followed by Joseph president of the Bayside Manor Improvement who in turn will introduce two Bayside Manor Horse and Flv Decision Up To Manager The horse and fly problem on the Borel estate was Monday night by the city counci to City Manager Arthur B. Sulli van and owners of the estate for a Thomas Spuraway A. Scadden 13C informed the council that residents of the Gunther Sent REDWOOD CITY Criminal charges against Kenneth H. alias John Hiram were suspended in rior court Monday when Pre- siding Judge Louis B. Dematteis found him mentally incapable of assisting in his own who was charged with assault and auto ordered committed to dero state If and when re regains his he will be returned here to face the nal The finding of his mental in- capability was based on reports of two psychiatrists who ined Gunther upon his here after his arrest in It is alleged that posing as a lured a San Francisco woman to a re- mote area near beat her so badly that she suffered i critical skull raped her dumped her out of the car and stole the In his court Gun ther has manifested an state of The found that his con fusion was VERNA M. SYERS Recorder At Hospital To Conclave Verna M. chief medical record librarian of Peninsula pital in leaves this week for where she will attend the Third International Congress on Medical Records in April 25 to 30. Mrs. who resides at 522 Chestnut San Carlos has been head of the medical records department at Peninsula hospital from its inception in 1954, and has been responsible for the in- of modern methods of recording medical data developed in this The American Association of Medical Record Librarians has chartered a plane for the and 83 including the association's Elizabeth 3rice, chief medical record Luke's and its ive Doris will take off from New York City on April 23. The proposal for the inter- change of ideas and information on medical records on an inter- national scale came from the An invitation was extended by the Association of Medical Record Officers of the United Kingdom to their counter- part associations in the United Canada and Countries represented on the program include the Federation of Sweden and the United Richard Carpenter and Mrs. John The Millbrae presentation will be featured by the testimony of Antone C. sound en- gineer with Beranek and and reputed to be the argest sound engineering firm in Leo vice mayor of South San Francisco will give the case his assisted by Charles South San Francisco Unified school Herbert F. new or of San will make the presentation on behalf of his Beckner is slated to step into the mayoralty tonight replacing Clay City Manager Charles Schwalm will represent the city of He plans to introduce two residents of Burlingame village and the Mills Estate most affected by the noise problem in he Thomas J. chairman ol the board of has named Supervisor T. Louis Chess of San who serves as a member of the joint San Mateo Francisco Problems to repre sent the county at the Principals and superintendents of schools in San Bruno and South San Francisco have been invited to The afternoon session will have as Don Fazackerly member of the San Francisco Public Utilities commission anc chairman of the Airport Sound Abatement represent ing all airlines flying jet plane out of the Representing the airport am the city of San Francisco will Belford manager of the David a high official of the Federal D. represent General E. R. Quesada chief of the FAA at the hearing Carl regional en gineer for FAA will also be pres street were in complete agree nient with a report made las week by the county health pointing out in the stabling of horses on the Borel The health department repor was spurred by a petition in which Spuraway drive residents complained that flies from the adjacent Borel stables made out door use of their property virtu ally Mayor Clyde West said he was contacted Monday by one o the Borel Aylett B. Cot who expressed a desire I meet with Sullivan and of Spuraway drive in an effor to reach a solution to the Scadden said this was agree and the matter was A scheduled abatement hearing n the Anthony J. Costa 1C Indian was dropped the agenda after Building Mervyn Bader reported nat a demolition permit had been WEATHER Low clouds this Fair this but low again Possible local drizzle early High 60-66 Light winds this but increasing to IS to 30 miles an hour this Ray Wey mouth New R.C. Mayor REDWOOD CITY Veteran councilman Ray Weymouth Monday night was unanimously named mayor succeeding William appointed to the city council in 1957 to fill out the un- expired term of then councilman Carl Britschgi and then re- elected in 1958, was the only councilman nominated for the top In the preceding canvass of Park Plaza Plan At San Carlos SAN CARLOS An acceptable plan for the long talked of park plaza in the west side of the 600 block of Laurel street was finally approved by the planning com- mission Monday The compromise proposal will not require any buildings to be removed or the ning commission was and will provide parking space for about 125 The along with MADEMOISELLE PRESENTS is the title of a fashion and millinery show being staged April 29 at the wood City Woman's Mrs. Louis Depaoli and Mrs. Howard Bradley finish up They work with co-chairmen Mrs. William Royer and Mrs. Clyde Planning Consultant Larry Wise made it clear that they favored another alternate plan which would have required the removal In the there was no change in the positions of the council winners or in the shattering de- feat of the city's six-year auditorium and sales Winners and their with absentee ballot scores in Floyd 5526 Ronsia 4550 Sidney 4476 and Harold C. 4444 Final totals on the bond Five Points 5994 4297 Jefferson 4666 5463 Alameda de las 4077 yes to 5888 Middlefield 4374 yes to 5641 bridge and 4401 yes 5520 corporation 507 yes to 6392 city hall ex- 3433 yes to 6533 park and 4922 5210 3032 yes to 6779 sales 4078 yes to 5008 Census Takers ing Twice aken out for the Standard Oil company was a contract to furnish the gasoline supply for official city The firm submitted a ow bid of 19.05 cents a gallon or and 22.55 cents a gallon for premium School Trustee To Be Nominated The completion of a Nominating Committee to names from which an appointment may be made to fill a vacancy on the San Bruno Park School Dis- Board of Trustees was re- ported today by County Superintendent James R. Tormey The committee will include Mrs Gene 2311 San who will acl as committee Jorgen 199 Acacia San Leonard O. 94( Fourth San anc two members of the school board Arthur Orton and Mrs. Mar garet G. The vacancy for which the com will make tions to the county was created by the recent resig nation of Dr. Urban Whitaker The new trustee will be appoint ed to serve until June 30, 1961. In San Mateo the us like the will ing What's according to ensus is that the monthly sample the Current Population is occurring right on the of the door This under direction of Mrs. Virginia E. 2022 Santa Cruz Menlo Population Survey sus takers who operate in this and 329 other sections of the country will visit homes to gather current information on ment The figures are considered needed by many abor and government groups who are constantly studying the national employment They will be published within a few the 1960 census of population and housing is ing a final mop-up with a picked group of interviewers com- the ten-year They will do their work this These interviewers are ily concerned with accounting for the household naires which are left at every fourth household during the first stage of the census which started on April 1. A small number ol persons have failed to mail this report form to the census district some of the report forms which have been received have not been com- filled The interviewers will make personal visits to the households from which report forms have not been received and obtain the answers to the census They will also by telephone and personal the answers to questions left blank or incorrectly an- swered in the report forms ready sent to the census It will be several months be- fore results are Thieves Hit Carlos Firms SAN CARLOS Burglaries in which more than in money and equipment was stolen from three San Carlos business firms were reported to San Carlos lice Monday In energetic thieves hauled away two heavy outboard motors valued at and from orama sales company 251 El mino Police said the thieves apparently parked their auto on Old County crossed the road crossed the creek there with a entered the yard by ripping off a and entered the warehouse by re- moving a 18 by 36 inch plate glass To leave with their they ripped a lock off a sliding of the rear of several and which would have resulted in a more rectangular shaped Wise had pointed out in past would make i easier to add a deck when more parking was Last planners agreed that the favored plan was not possible because of the high cost of condemning the They settled unanimously for the proposal recommended by the Chamber of Commerce parking committee and merchants in the The compromise plan now goes io the city council for final In other action last six inches meant defeat for Benny Franklin's request to nis property at 867 Knoll The property in question has 99Vz feet fronting on The mini- mum size lot frontage is 50 Franklin asked a variance in frontage requirements under the If he had had 100 there would have been no But faced with a protest tion signed by 71 residents of the planners unanimously de- nied the The planners last night proved two apartment projects in the San Carlos One unit apartment is planned by James McNut at the corner of and Caprino cording to Building Inspector Donald and another is In other action Monday the council held off approval of plans and specifications and the call for bids for a new police boat to replace the old one wrecked in an accident several weeks Councilmen said they wanted more information on the of the Replacement cost is estimated at planned by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Fink at 320 Torino Council Blasts Callan SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO Supervisor Thomas Callan was blasted by Councilmen here day night for his own interests instead of the interests of the council members The charge resulted from an alleged request of Callan to have the board of supervisors rescind an action of last March in ing plan lines for an extension of Hickey boulevard to connect with the Asserting that Callan two years ago had pressed for an extension of the boulevard to connect South San Francisco and Councilman Guido Rozzi accused Callan of now attempting to don the street extension because of plans of his sons to develop a new subdivision in the area as part of Daly In Rozzi the board of supervisors had passed a lution setting up plan lines for Hickey boulevard Eugene Aiello appear Teachers Get Boost in Pay SAN CARLOS Every San Carlos elementary school teacher was given a a year pay hike by school trustees Monday School Superintendent A. R. Beardsley said that the raise would cost the district Teachers had originally asked the board to add to the ent salary increment of Beardsley would have cost the district The superintendent pointed out this is the second pay raise teachers have gotten this Trustees earlier awarded across-the-board pay hikes to Beginning district salary is now and maximum The board of trustees took un- der study petitions signed by 80 residents requesting that their children from north of San los avenue in the Chestnut and Magnolia avenue area be bussed to Arundel The petitions pointed out that there are no sidewalks in the area and that walking is While trustees stressed that they are concerned about the children's they pointed out that every child who walks to Arundel has to walk part of the that he Callan ab- stained from because of lan's a new resolution will be placed before the county board asking that an extension of Chestnut avenue be substituted for the Hickey boulevard Rozzi Pointing out that South San Francisco has opposed the nut avenue extension because it would cut directly through a sub- division while Hickey boulevard would be through presently undeveloped Rozzi Callan Sr. is looking out for his own Rozzi before Callan oped plans to develop the area be- tween South San Francisco and Pacifica he had insisted that Hickey boulevard be developed as a major South San Francisco and Pacifica need this road Rozzi asking that City Before supervisors today to re- quest a delay on Callan's posed is a perfect example of riow Callan is working for his own interests instead of the interests of his Councilman Leo J. Ryan Councilmen agreed to send gates to a meeting in San cisco Wednesday afternoon called by San Francisco's Mayor George Christopher to review the effects of the giant development planned by the Callan The proposal of Callan to annex close to 1000 acres to Daly City drew additional fire from trustees of the Jefferson elementary school district last night when board members warned that the might result in a 42-cent increase in the tax rate there At the request of Trustee as Noonan board members voted to abandon a 1958 policy ment in which the district sured voters the maximum school tax rate would be kept at per of assessed Warning that the Callan ment will throw an additional on the school Noonan claimed that funds to improve older schools in the district may have to be used construct new schools in the Superintendent Richard L. Foster was instructed to prepare two to provide for annexation of the Callan ment to the district and one for the existing school Although most of the proposed development is now within the South San Francisco school both Daly City and South San Francisco have agreed the area should be an- to the Jefferson school dis- if the giant subdivision is part of Daly Permit OK'd A special permit to allow A. 0. and Marguerite 2 Pince crest to construct a 34- bed nursing home at the southwest way in the corner of San Mateo drive and East Bellevue avenue was proved unanimously Monday night by the San Mateo city The originally had sought permission to erect a 40- bed but the city planning commission recommended al only on the basis of a 34-bed Also approved by the council was the application of the Second Church of for a special permit to allow con- struction of a church and Sunday school on the south side of seventh avenue 100 feet west of Hacienda The church more than complied with a planning commission that the parking be increased from 35 to 50. Plans submitted to the council last night showed that 69 parking spaces will be Action on the application by Building Supply com- pany for rezoning of its six-acre site adjacent to the city sewage disposal plant for manufacturing was postponed by the Company officials said they have revised development plans for the property since it was submitted to the planning The council said it will consider the revisions at a study meeting on Thursday night before acting on the application at a future council MARINE MARCHER Marine Pfc. David C. son of Mrs. Amy L. Neist of 1524 S. Claremont San took part in a 150-mile to the Sea with units of the First Marine Division which ended cm March 30 at Camp The which began at the Marine Corps Twentynine on March 25, involved mately 2500 Marines of the First The trek was at a rate of 25 miles at ranged areas
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