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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - December 29, 1958, San Mateo, California Liz Guiness Honored by Film Critics NEW YORK Alec Guiness and Elizabeth Taylor off with top acting honors today in the annual poll of the nation's film critics by Film Daily the movie industry's trade Guiness was cited for his trayal of a British officer in The land San DEATHS Grace Bovet Dies at 82 Graveside funeral services will be held at 11 tomorrow for Mrs Grace B Bovet 82 socially prominent member of the Bovet and Borel families of San Bridge On the River a p.m Francisco She died 4 on Saturday at Peninsula performance for which he re- j h ita an attack of an Oscar earlier this I year Spencer Tracy's bronchitis ance in The Last Hurrah won him runner-up honors Miss Taylor was her performance as Tennessee Williams Hot Tin Roof The Bridge on honored for Maggie in Cat on A the River Kwai also swept top honors in three other categories in the poll of more than 2.000 newspaper movie direction and screenplay The performance of Red ter as airman Joe Kelly in Sayonara won him top honors as the best supporting actor Hope Lange garnered com- among actresses for her performance as Cross in Peyton Place David Ladd son of actor Alan Ladd was named top juvenile actor on the basis of his ance in The Proud his movie debut Patty McCormack was honored for the best ance by a juvenile actress for her portrayal in Kathy 0 She won he same honor two years ago for her acting in The Bad Seed European actress Maria Schell runner-up to Miss Taylor in the best actress category was cited find of the year on the basis of her performance in the French import Gervaise For their work on The Bridge on the River Kwai David Lean honored as the outstanding Jack Hildyard for the best photography and Pierre Boulle for the best screenplay A native of San Francisco she was the daughter of the late An- toine and Grace Borel Antoine Borel was famed as a pioneer San Francisco banker and A native of Switzerland he came to San Francisco in 1862 founded the banking firm of Borel and company and engaged in numerous other ventures in- the Spring Valley Water company and the California street Cable car company Mrs Borel made her home in San Mateo on the Borel estate at 145 Borel avenue As a girl she lived in the famed old Borel mansion in San Selena at Washington and Frank- i lin streets long since torn down Mrs Bovet was the last of the New Airline Strike Looms By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The threat of a strike next month against National Airlines loomed today as two other major airlines remained grounded by labor disputes Borel line A brother Antoine Borel died in Los Angeles Dec- ember 5 Her sister Mrs Cotton died a couple of years ago and another sister Chonita Borel died last May She was a sister-in-law of Superior Judge Aylett R Cotton She spent most of her years on the Peninsula except for ing for a time at her father's chateau in Switzerland She de- voted her life to her friends and family In addition to her husband Louis A Bovet well-known as an artist Mrs Bevel leaves four sons Antoine Bovet of Portola Valley Louis A Bovet Jr and Eric B Bovet of San Mateo and Gilbert E Bovet of San cisco and a daughter Mrs Grace B Fick of San a nephew Attorney Aylett Cotton of borough neice Mrs Clyde ert Sweet the former Mary Grace Borel of Los Angeles and seven grandchildren Chonita and Bovet of Portola Valley Jan Leanne and Diane Bovet of San Mateo and Harold Jr and Ronald Fick also of San Mateo Friends may call until 10 HORTENSE GOUDY TIEULIE Mrs Hortense Goudy Tieulie 72 28 Twenty-eighth avenue San teo was found dead in bed at her home shortly before 2 o'clock day afternoon A member of the Arctic Ocean Floor May Be Mountainous WASHINGTON The floor of the Arctic Ocean may be as i rugged as the Rocky Mountains a scientist reported today she had been under a French Hospital Women's The report was one more care for heart and up of Mother Earth provided by tor ailments She was the widow of the late Julian Tieulie mother of Rene Goudy mother-in-law of Mrs Goudy grandmother of ert and Lorraine Goudy great grandmother of James and Karen Goudy sister of Mrs Marie mon of France Mrs Albine Mrs Aurelie and Henri Ladrech of France of Mrs Marie Ladrech of France and Alphonse tres Mrs Natalie Garrigues Mrs Adeline Goudy and Mrs Germaine Tieulie She is also survived by a number of nephews nieces and cousins here and in France Mrs Tieulie was a native of Aveyron France Funeral services will be con- ducted from Gantner Maison Domergue chapel in San co at 9 o'clock on Wednesday thence to the Church of Notre Dame des for a requiem high mass at ment will be in Holy Cross etery mausoleum The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m Tuesday Donations to the French al Centennial fund are preferred Friends may visit at the chapel until 9 p.m Tuesday Graveside services will be con- preparing to take a strike vote over discharge of a National em- ploye in Vew York iast year A union spokesman said if the vote favored the strike it could btgin early next month One third of the nation's com- airliners currently stand idle because of strikes at Eastern Air Lines and American Airlines JOHN JONES SAX BRUNO John Jones 65 Masson avenue a guard at died yesterday at Peninsula hospital after a long illness A native of Austria Jones was a veteran of World War I and a The New York Times said the of the American Legion federal mediators plan to pos 409 He had lived in San Bruno 28 years Survivors include a new proposed settlement of the dispute between Eastern and its flight engineers Ladies Auxiliary To Aid Israel his widow Mary a son Richard two daughters Mrs Helen Bowell and Mrs Mary Shea a stepson Michael and eight grandchildren Funeral services will be day at from San Bruno OLGA J FRUGOLI Mrs Alga J 47 died suddenly Saturday at Mills pital A native of California she resided at 1697 Ralston avenue Belmont She is survived by her husband Laurence and a son Laurence Frugoli Jr both of mont a sister Mrs Elma Isola of Millbrae a brother John Lomori of Daly City and her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Lomori of Palo Alto Funeral services will be at 9 Tuesday at White Oaks Chapel thence to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church where a Requiem Mass will be offered commencing at The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o'clock Interment will be in Holy Cross cemetery Colma RUTH L FLOYD Mrs Ruth L Floyd widow of the late Edward W Floyd for- mer operator of the Burlingame Downtown Club Elite and the Fireside tavern in San Mateo to a sudden heart attack at Goldfield Nov on December 24 it was learned here today She was on her way to her home in Oakland having moved there two years ago Mrs Floyd leaves four sisters Mrs Mabel Steele Oakland Mrs Myrtle Cawker Burns Ore Mrs Mary Brossard Mrs Jean Mercer San Francisco and a brother Guy Fisher Escalon Funeral arrangements are ing at Patterson and O'Connell chapel FRANCISCA A Francisca A 67 107 South Fremont street San Mateo services by the American Legion Mrs Hyman P Aid to will be held Tuesday evening In- Israel chairman of the Peninsula will be in Golden Gate auxiliary No 688 is in charge of i cemetery the local campaign to help raise funds for the purchase of a blood bank refrigerator to be presented to the Tel hospital Tel Aviv Israel The drive which started this month is conducted among auxiliaries of the department of California Ladies auxiliary Jewish War Veterans of the ed States anil a check will be Funeral Home here Memorial j died at Peninsula hospital MAUDE R BAUGHMAN Mrs Maude R Baughman 78 Bernal avenue Burlingame ness following a five weeks She was a native of Italy and is survived by her husband An- gelo of San Mateo and two children John and Franck also of San Mateo three sisters in 26 a daughter Italy and three grandchildren in U.S scientists during the tional Geophysical Year which ends Wednesday It was made by geophysicist Kenneth Hunkins of Columbia Uni- Lamont Geological oratory at a meeting of the ican Assn for the Advancement of Science Hunkins reported on what the underwater world looked like a world through which the nuclear submarines Nautilus and Skate worked their way carefully a few months ago Above the path taken by the sub- marines U.S scientists floated on a wandering table of ice Using echoes from explosions they charted the Arctic Ocean tom They found a huge underwater plateau stretching from Ellesmere Island the northernmost point of Canadian territory to eastern beria High Winds Hit U.S 99 LOS ANGELES High winds carrying loads of sand and dirt cut visibility on a section of the San Bernardino freeway today and caused a rerouting of some traffic The California Highway Patrol reported visibility on the freeway which is U.S Highway 99 was cut to 100 feet and less at points be- tween Fontana and Monte Vista House trailers and lightly loaded van type trucks were stopped from traveling on this section be- cause of the danger being blown over It was reported that one truck lost its load by having it blown off There were winds and even faster gusts Motorists were requested to use Foothill U.S instead of the San Bernardino freeway in this area to avoid damage to their cars from blowing sand which can pit the surface of vehicles Births SEQUOIA HOSPITAL Born to Mr and Mrs DuFRESNE John 740 avenue Menlo Park De- cember 28 a son THOMSON Larry 1580 La da road Woodside December 28 a daughter ROVER Arnold 31 Lorelei lane Menlo Park December 27 a son HOLLA John 139 Oakfield avenue Redwood City December 27 a son ARNOLD John 774 Gailen court Palo Alto December 27 a daughter TREAT Daniel A 321 La Mesa drive Menlo Park ber 27 a daughter COOK Arthur 2649 Hastings avenue Redwood City December 26 a son LUEHR Raymond 49 drive South San Francisco De- cember 26 a daughter ARMSTRONG Richard 7 trude court Palo Alto December presented to the auxiliary dent next February Death Prevents Trip three weeks She was a native of Cambridge N Y and had lived in San teo for 14 years She was the widow of the late will be at to England ST LOUIS Mo API Mrs Addison Baughman and is vived by a daughter Mrs R A Steadman of South San Francisco and two sons Martin Lobdell of San Mateo and William Lobdell of Burlingame Eleven grandchildren and five great grandchildren also survive Seventh Day Adventists funeral services will be conducted at her native al parki Colma to die A trip was arranged by the Air Transport Service and when she heard of it sht seemed to perk up But Saturday night she and Sunday morning she died one day before she was scheduled to leave Quemoy Artillery Battle Fought ESTELL LEHMAN SOUTH SAN Estell Lehman 88 237 Rockwood drive a pioneer resident of San Bernardino who has been living here with her son Robert C man died en route to Junipero Serra hospital yesterday after a SKIRROW Rowland 243 sor drive San Carlos 26 a son o'clock Wednesday DERSCH William C 110 from Sneider and Sullivan chapel thence to St Matthew's Catholic church for a requiem high mass commencing at 9 o'clock The ary will be recited at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at the chapel In- terment will be in St John's tery here JOHN TULLES HAMILTON John Tulles Hamilton 73 118 Clarendon road Burlingame died yesterday at Peninsula hospital er a long illness A resident of Burlingame 40 years he was a retired tendent for a Peninsula ice firm He is survived by his Grace a son Edward Hamilton of San Mateo and three grand- children Hamilton was a member of the Burlingame Lodge Number 400 Masonic services will be held Wednesday at from Grey chapel under of Burlingame Lodge No Mrs Lehman was born in San will be at Cypress fenders of the Quemoy Islands fought an artillery battle with the Chinese Reds today the Defense Ministry reported The Reds initiated the action ter having subjected the islands to only light fire earlier in the day The Communists drubbed the Chapel Highlands FUNERAL DIRECTORS A V SCOTT H C LARSON CONVENIENT TERMS B at Millwood MILLBRAE Phone JU Bernadino She was a member of the Native Daughters of the en West San Bernardino chapter Other survivors include two other sons Jack W Lehman of San nardino and Ernest H Lehman Jr of Richmond a brother John H Wallace of Mentone nine grand- children and seven children Interment will be in the family plot at San rangements Lincoln chapel South San cisco SAN MATEO COUNTY HEART ASSOCIATION gratefully acknowledges all memorial gifts far HEART RESEARCH 181 Second Avenue San Mateo 01 Lawn Memorial park Colma TIDWELL SAN BRUNO Mrs Nancy well 65 89 Huntington avenue died early today in a Redwood City sanitarium after a long ness Mrs Tidwell was a native of Ar- kansas and had lived here four years She is survived by a son Merrel Home of San Bruno and other children in Arkansas al services and interment will take place in Danville Arkansas cal arrangements have been made by San Bruno Funeral Home dinal lane Los Gatos December 26 a daughter MANN David 927 Hall street San Carlos December 26 a son MILLS HOSPITAL Born to Mr and Mrs BAUGHN Donald 267 Lauren avenue Sharp Park December 27 a daughter CALVERT Leonard 3526 son drive San Mateo December 27 a son CHESSER Gene 568 East San Bruno avenue San Bruno De- cember 27 a son HUGHES Edward 68 West Thirty-eighth avenue San Mateo December 27 a son NAVA Daniel post office box 105 Half Moon Bay December 27 a son SIMONS John 3597 Hoover street Redwood City December 28 a daughter 5 Arkansans Die In Road Collision killed Sunday when their car and PENINSULA HOSPITAL Born to Mr and Mrs STOPPER Elwood 34 Peter street Daly City December 27 a son MOST Ernest 830 San Antonio avenue San Bruno December 27 a son BARKSDALE Philip 29 Cape Esperance South San Francisco December 28 a daughter CLASMEYER Eugene J 515 North El Camino Real San Mateo December 27 a daughter SHEFFIELD Robert E 1651 Oak street San Francisco ber 28 a daughter WARGO John 508 Cypress avenue San Bruno December 28 COMMUNITY Born to Mr and HALE Paul 714 Easton nue San Bruno December 27 a daughter SEDAN Kan Ar- KLINE Albert 1505 South Grant kansans en route home from a street San Mateo December 29 a holiday visit to Colorado were daughter ZINCKE Antony 241 Myrtle a pickup truck collided on a bridge near here road Burlingame December 27 a daughter Even Commies Go for Marilyn ROME readers of a Italian newspaper like actress Marilyn Monroe more than any other lic figure Miss Monroe placed first in a poll by II for the 15 most sympathetic figures of 1958 Italian stage and TV comedian Mario Riva was second and sian Premier Nikita Khrushchev came in third No 4 was U.S singer Perry Como followed by President Eisenhower Among other popular figures were French actress Brigitte dot 8th and Italian actress Sofia Loren LEGAL NOTICE A Hulne NOTICE OF gALU OF PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No In the Superior Court of the State of California in and lor the County of San Mateo In the Matter of the Estate of A RAT also known as GEORGK RAY also known as GEO A RAY Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the us Executor of the estate of GEORUE A RAY also known as GEORGE ARCH- RAY also known as GEO A RAY will sell at private aale to the highest and best bidder upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court on WEDNESDAY the 7th day of JANUARY 1959 it the hour of o'clock or thereafter within the time lowed by law at the offices o- MESSRS WAGSTAFFE HULSE at 628 Street Redwood City California all right title Interest and estate of said GEORGE A RAY also known as GEORGE ARCHBOLD RAY also known as GEO A RAY a- the time of his death in and to the real property described as An undivided one-half In- terest in and to that certain real property situated in the City of Menlo County of San Mateo State of California described as Lot 26 Block 8 as designated on the map entitled BLOCKS 1 to 17 BELLE HAVEN CITY SAN MATEO which map was filed In the office of the Recorder of the County of San Mateo State of California on October 1930 In Book 18 of Maps at pages 43 44 and 45 Bids or offers are Invited for said property and must be in and will be received at the offices MESSRS DABA HULSE neys for said Executor or may be tiled with the Clerk of said Court or delivered to the said Executor personally at any time after first publication of this notice and before making said sale Said sale will be made upon the following and Cash in lawful money of the United States ten per cent of the purchase price to be paid at time of sale on con- of sale by the Superior Court Purchaser to pay expenses of title examination and policy In- surance and taxes and insurances to be subject to ments restrictions and covenants Dated December 22 ANGUS J RAY of the Estate of GEORGE A RAY also known as GEORGE ARCH- BOLD RAY also known as GEO A RAY Deceased WAGSTAFFE DABA HULSE 726 Winslow Street Redwood City California Emerson Attorneys for Executor To be published SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California December 23 29 31 1958 612 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL ASD FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL No IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of the State of California In and for the County of ban Mateo In the Matter of the Estate of ROY FRIEDRICH Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WILLIAM E KIDD has filed herein a PETITION FOR BATE OP WILL AND FOR IERS OF ADMIN WITH THE WILL ANNEXED reference to which is hereby made for further particulars and that is hereby set for by the Court on TUESDAY UARY 6th 1958 at In the Department of the Presiding Judge of the above entitled Court In the Hall of Justice and Records Redwood City California ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED to appear at the time and place mentioned in this notice and show cause If any they have why the order should not be made Dated December 17 1958 Seal JOHN A BRUNING Clerk of said Court By Mary Erickson Deputy Clerk Endorsed Filed Dec 17 1958 JOHN A BRUNING Clerk By Mary Erickson Deputy Clerk WILLIAM E Petitioner 785 Market Street San Francisco 3 California YUkon To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California Deo 18 24 29 1958 601 LEGAL NOTICE Foley NOTICE OF PETITION FOR OP WILL FOR TEST A M E NT All V No 20017 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the of San Mateo In the Matter uf the of HILDA S DANA also known as HILDA DANA and as H S DANA Deceased IS HEREBY GIVEN that J A BRANSON and ARD A have filed in a PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY reference which is hereby made for further particulars and that the same is hereby set for hearing by tile Court on TUESDAY the day of DECEMBER 1958 at in the Department of the Presiding Judge of the above entitled Court in the Hall of Justice and ords Redwood City California ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED to appear at the time and place mentioned In this notice and show cause if any they have why the order should not be made December 11 1958 Seal JOHN A BRUNING Clerk of said Court By Anna Maes Deputy Clerk Endorsed Filed Dec 11 1958 JOHN A BRUNING Clerk By Anna Maes Deputy Clerk FRANCIS N FOLKY 16 San Mateo Drive San Mateo California Diamond Attorney for Petitioners To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California Dec 18 24 29 1958 603 George NOTICE OK HEARING PETITION FOR OF WILL AND LETTERS TESTAMENTARY In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of San In the Matter of the Estate of FRANK F FOSTER Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HOWARD E FOSTER named in the will of the above named de as Executor of the will of the above immed decedent has filed herein a PETITION FOR OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY to which is hereby made for further particulars and that the same is hereby set for ing- by the Court on MONDAY JANUARY 5 1959 at the Department of the Presiding of tae above entitled Court in the Hall of and Records Redwood City California ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ARK NOTIFIED to appear at the time and place mentioned in this notice and show cause if any they have why the order should not be made Dated December 19 1958 Seal JOHN A BRUNING Clerk of said Court By Marie G Deputy Clerk Endorsed Filed Dec 19 1958 JOHN A BRUNING Clerk By Marie G Deputy Clerk GEORGE HALCROW 23 Second Avenue San Mateo California Diamond Attorney for Petitioner To he published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San California Dec 23 23 31 1958 610 A NOTICE OF PETITION FOR OF AND ISSUANCE OF LETTERS TESTA M No In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of San Mateo In the Matter of the Estate of G also known as rURA ERMINIA and GIRA ER- Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ERICA has filed herein a PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND ANCE OF LETTERS TARY reference to which is by made for further particulars and that the same is hereby set for hearing hy the Court on THURSDAY JANUARY at In the Department of the Presiding Judge of the above entitled Court in the Hall of tice and Records Redwood City California ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED to appear at the time and place mentioned in this notice and show cause if any they have why the order should not be made Dated December 22 1958 Real JOHN A BRUNING Clerk Court By Mary Erickson Deputy Clerk Endorsed Filed Dec 22 1958 JOHN A Clerk By Mary Erickson Deputy Clerk CASEY 302 Central Tower 70.1 Market Street San Francisco California DOuglas Attorneys for Tn he published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California Dec 23 29 31 1958 Gil NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Trustees of the HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOL DIS- Hillsborough California at the office of the Superintendent of Schools of said district at 545 Eucalyptus Avenue Hillsborough California o'clock P.M JANUARY 8 1959 for school and will be publicly opened and read at that place and date on or about P.M 2 The above furniture shall be delivered to the district within a period of 60 days after award of the 3 Each bid shall be in By Ceean For Tuesday December 30 You and Yours Be careful of what you eat and how much as accent stomach upsets Don't do more heavy work than ia necessary and don't stick too close to tedious jobs as nervous tension upsets you mentally and physically Evening brings mistic outlook and social activity takes the spotlight Past On December 30 1941 the first of the Liberty to play an im- portant role in World War was delivered at Baltimore Maryland Future School cafeterias will be eliminated in the of the future Food will be plied through vending machines giving quicker service and ing up to 90 per cent in space The Day Under Your Sign ARIES Born March 71 o April 19 Some upset likely on the job Try to correct the situation TAURUS April 20 Jo May 20 You'll find people agreeable to any gestions you make for pleasure GEMINI 21 Jun 21 Your ideas are found but you don't to push to carry them through CANCER 22 July 21 demands its price and it may affect your work LEO July 22 to Don't be talked into spending money for you can't afford VIRGO Aug 22 to 22 Cut loose and do something you re been desiring to do LIBRA Sept 23 to Oct J2 Personality development stressed You need to gain more SCORPIO Oct 23 to Nov 21 Someone may be trying to upset your marital applecart SAGITTARIUS Nov 22 to Die 21 A Rood day to return merchandise lor exchange People are CAPRICORN Dae 22 to Jan 20 Check bankbook It will bo in your favor AQUARIUS 21 to 19 Don't mix drinking and driving You're the hearse it you da PISCES Feb 20 fa March 20 Suspicious attitude toward someone who to borrow money it justified Field Inc LEGAL NOTICE ance with the specifications on file In the office of the Super- intendent of Schools of the BOROUCH SCHOOL 545 Eucalyptus Avenue California 4 Each bid shall be submitted on the bid form approved by the SCHOOL DIS- which form Is available at the office of the of Schools 5 Each bid be nied by a certified check or a bid bond for ten per cent of the amount bid made payable to the order of the Board of Trustees o the SCHOOL DISTRICT 6 The above mentioned check or bond shall be siven aa a tee that the bidder shall enter into a contract if awarded the work and shall be declared for- if the successful bidder re- fuses to enter Into said contract after requested to do so the Board of Trustees of the SCHOOL DIS- 7 Each bid shall be sealed and filed with the Secretary of the Board on or before the eighth day of JANUARY 1559 o'clock P.M on that day In the office ol the Superintendent of Schools Eucalyptus Avenue California 8 Envelopes containing bids shall be plainly marked BIDS 9 The Board of Trustees of the SCHOOL DIS- reserves the right to reject any and all bids waive any Irregularity in any bid received and to be the sole judge of the suitability of the supplies and services offered otherwise required by law no der may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after the date set for the thereof By order of the Board of tees SCHOOL DISTRICT December 10 1958 CARLISLE H KRAJIER Secretary To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California Dec 22 29 1958 609 Established flan Mateo County's Leading Dally Newspaper BORAGE W Owned and Published by AMPHLETT PRINTING COMPANY a California Corporation 1 Hart Clinton Walter A Jack Janet E Amphlett Treasurer Anne Brubaker Harold Editor Richard Thrift Business Manager GENERAL INFORMATION Publishing Office 149 Second avenue San Mateo Cam Telephone Diamond Branch Offices 1453 avenue Telephone Diamond 2734 Broadway Redwood Telephone MEMBER Audit Bureau of Circulation The Associated Press and The United Press international The San Mateo Times is the Official Newspaper of the City of San Mateo and of the County of San Mateo National Representative OILMAN Hi Boston Mass Chicago HI New York N Y Lot Calif adelphia Pa San Francisco Detroit Mich CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Effective October 1 charge Minimum size 4 Unas Four Lines Minimum Times Per Llna 1 40 1.60 5 27 5.40 8 f 19 Political 40 cents Per tine Flat Contract rates and rates for tional insertions upon request Classified must be placed by p.m 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or less may advertised under this Commercial advertisers ol ads more than 30 spaces fone line are not allowed All articles be priced and only one article may bo on one line No refund will e given for ads stopped prior to date UNITED STATES WEATHER By United Press International Hi uo Hi Lo Albuqurque 54 27 New York 49 37 45 Oakland 58 49 Atlanta 52 Boise Okla City 64 35 43 29 Phoenix 57 45 36 Chicago 62 37 Red Bluff 57 41 Denver 37 22 Reno IS Detroit 40 23 56 39 El Centro 72 47 salt Lake 35 -15 San 06 Ft Worth 67 38 Sarj Fran 55 Fresno 55 40 Seattle Helena 38 15 Spokane Kan City 60 31 Stockton Las Ancles 67 47 Thermal Miami 79 58 Tucson 39 Wash New 33 41 Precipitation Albuquerque 1.24 Salt Lake city 05 Atlanta M San Francisco 01 Denver 07 Seattle 14 Fairbanks 13 Washington 08 WEATHER 48 43 50 43 38 73 57 43 75 45 si High RAINFALL 24 hours Season ending to to date 8 date last year San Mateo 05 1.99 9 15 Airport 07 2.07 9.29 Redwood City 02 1.31 745 registered for BUILDING PERMITS Totals for San Totals for San Totals for San Permits Issued December 57 San PENINSULA LODGE ii 745 P a A M Ave at Ellsworth We welcome all Masons to visit our new every Wednesday evening Joseph B Youni Worshipful Master 500 19th Ave San Mateo Ted Fellows Secretary Fair Oaks Ave Redwood City SAN MATEO LODGE ELKS No 1112 Meets every Wednesday ning at 229 W 20th Ave San Mateo brothers cor- Invited LEO M PERKO Exalted Ruler J Fred Secretary SAN MATEO LODGE No 226 P A M Ave at Ellsworth Meets every Thursday All sojourning Masons welcome Albert A Worshipful Master 1621 Elm St San Carlos Earl A Davis Secretary 118 13th Ave S M FI CHAPTER Order Convocations on first and third Thursdays of each month AMORC members welcome mont Paul W Van Muter San Monday Dec 29 1958 GOLDEN GATE No 18 Knights Templar Ave at Ellsworth San Mateo All Sir Knights are invited to visit our Asylum on Monday evening For Information call E V GRANTHAM Dl Masonic Temple Di ROYAL Arch Masons s M chapter 100 Masonic temple S San cisco nights 8 p.m First and Third Weds C J Van Duker High Priest DI Georse B Butts JUno NOTICES 27 1958 Grace B Hovel wife of Louis A BoveL ol Sail teo loving mother of Louis A Bo- vet Jr and Kric B cl ban Mateo Antoine F Bovet of side Gilbert E Bavet ol San cisco and Mrs Grace B of San Mat to a native of Graveside services will ue Tuesday morning at n ress Lawn Memorial park may call until 10 morning at the chapel or Sullivan 15 North Ellsworth San Mateo B E ATT 28 Francis J Beatty Lt Col Ret dearly beloved husband of Mary Madelyn loving ol Mrs Betty Jane Ilowell de- voted grandfather Robert Leslee and David Howell A ber ot Elks ol N Y and Bennett uost No 333 American Legion Wednesday morning at o'clock at Halsted Co Sutler St Golden Gate cemetery San Mateo 37 1958 Goudy Tieulie dearly beloved wife ol the Julian Tieulie loving mother of Rene Goudy mother-in-law ol Mrs Delphine Goudy devoted grand- mother Robert and Goudy sreat grandmother ol James and Karen Gaudy sister of Mrs Mane of France Mrh Madrieres Mrs Aurelie and ri ol France law ot Mrs Marie Ladrech of France Alphonse Mrs Natalie Garriaues Mrs Goudy and Mrs Germanic also survived by nephews cousins here and in a tive of France aged 72 years a member cr French Hospital Women's auxiliary Funeral Wednesday December 31 at 9 at the chapels of ner Maison Dome rg tip 777 St near Nineteenth street San Francisco thence to the church of Noire Dame des where a requiem high mass be offered at En- Mausoleum Holy Cross cemetery Rosary Tuesday evening at H p.m i Donations In her memory to ths French Hospital Centennial fund preferred Visiting hours until B FLORISTS Don't omit flower's Florists 140 East 3rd Ave a M Dl DIRECTORS Gray Co FUNERAL No 3 Park Rd Burl DI MORTICIANS SNEIDER SULLIVAN 15 N Ellaworth 7 PERSONALS HALL FOR RENT In Belmont Lodges clubs Panics Call GERMAN MASSEUSE European Graduate only DI rd GENTLEMEN FOB FRIENDLY INFORMATION Call FI Spiritual Psychic Tells TasT present future Advice and help on business love family affairs B Menlo Park DA BUSINESS MAN will Chicago or or will nick UD car for return JUno LADY WILL Read Aloud baby by hour or day What can I do for you? Miss Mas DI 9 NOTICE Is hereby undersigned will not be by While Launderette and Cleaners alter Jan 1 1959 Signed Joha S Sklavos AND Pr lady's glasses with blacS frame Vie and 3rd Ave Dec 28 DI Paperboys Black and chrome Vic South near 43rd Ave Dec 23 Reward FI POUND ELECTRIC POWER Owner can claim by positive and paying for ad DI after LOST Brown Pekinese An- swers to Vic Reward DI 11 Instruction ENRICH YOOR CHILD'S LIFE We offer proven help la develop Memory Power Obedience lor Learning and the youngster will cease having Bnd Bed Wetting Nail Biting etc Yon RISK NOTHING TO For fascinating literature write P O Box 757 San Mateo Calif 16 SAIE ONLY SI FOR ONE LINE TIMES ACTION ADS FOR 6 DAYS Advertise merchandise or wanting to buy for or less Ona Item per line The article price and phone number must be stated In five words 30 cial ads not accepted in this No refund for ads stopped Train access lot or sep 515 FI BAMBOOS sm leaf So 50 DI MAK dresser bdbd set 810 OX club chair ox MISC photo equipment DI BOY'S bike DI SCOUT uniform size 14 FI GIRL'S bite 515 GIRL'S bike AMER Flyer train set FI BOY'S bicycle FI SUIT lady's navy 56 LY male puppy FREE LY 21 EMPLOYMENT San Mateo Employment Agency 155 B St a M ANITA TEFFT Dl Memoer Agency Association WOMEN Legal Steno Typist Steno title exp Cashier type Credit Clerk Girl Friday office car Exp No fee IBM Jr single car Insurance Clerk Teller O O ilte Typing Invoicing Billing Clerk IBM Ofc Ind Engr Trn over 30 medical detail Teller Exec Master's Degree sss 5275 SSS
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