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   San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - June 24, 1927, San Mateo, California                               Briefly Told Short Items of News Re- ceived Over Leased Wire frota United Press. VICTIMS RECOVERING OAKLAND, Calif, June- victims of an explosion yesterday in the Claiemont East Bay Utilities tunne! were reported leroverins here today. Richard Zurich and S. E. Miller, the most seriously injured were thought to be out of danger. CONDITION CRITICAL SAN FRANCISCO, Jmie veteran American actor, continued in a critics! condi- tion here today. He vias repoited very weak, _TEST FLIGHT SAN FKANCISCO, June first test Uight of the Landplane in which Ernest L. Smith proposes to-make a non-stop flight to Honolulu was expected to be made today. FIGHT PERMIT GRANTED NEW YORK, June Tex Rickard's application for per- mission to hold a heavyweight fight betvieen Jack Bempsey and Jack Sharfcey at the Yankee Stadium July 21, was approved today by the taxing commission. -----------o----------- FATAL "INTELLIGENCE" BERKELEY, Calif., June 24 was sug- gested today as the motive that led Herbert C. Gardener, 18-year- old University of California fresh- of a. wealthy New York coal operator, to snuff out his life with gas. -----------o----------- WILLING TO RETURN LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 24. Herman, central fi- gure in the Julian Petroleum Cor- poration crash, wired District At- torney Asa'Keyes from Brooklyn today offering to return to this city if "prompt, fearless and im- partial action" >s taken to prose- cute the guilty persona. -----------o----------- KILLED IN PLANE POTTSVILLE, Pa., June man was killed and an- other seriously injured this after- noon when their plane crashed near, the Black Horse Hotel near here. dead man v.-as J. T. of St. Louis, Mo. V "FATAfc AIR GRASS- BA.VENPOKT, Iowa; June and George Haber died today following an air- plane crash last night. The plane dropped abottt 300 feet. Alfred C. Shorrer, pilot of the plane, was held under bond pending a coroner's inquest. WILL DEFEND TITLE DETROIT, June 24. Sammy Mandell, lightweight champion of the world, signed a contract wdaj- to defend his title McGraw in Detroit on the night of July 15. The bout will be 10 rounds vrith Flc-yd Fitz- simmons as the promoter. It will be Mandril's first defense of the title since he won it from Rocky Kansas in a Chicago rainstorm last July 4._______________ TAKES AND BAKERSFIEUD, Calif., June 24. his recital of the alleged death" threats and black- mail attempts which preceded the killing of J. H. Cox, W. C. Allen, accused slayer, took the stand to- day in Superior Court here. Allen, testifying in his own de- fense, said Cox threatened his life and made several attempts at blackmail against himself and his wife, who was formerly the vrife of the slain man, HORRIBLE DEATH YREKA, CaU June Frank Smith. 25-year-old mill- wright of Whitefisb, Mont, met a homble death at the Kesterson Lnmber Company mill at Doons yesterday evening when he fell across the gears of a- slab conveyor and was crushed almost in two WOMAN SETS RECORD ROOSE-VELT FIELD, N. T., 24. (IP) Madame Luba Phillips, Russian a-rjatrx, today es tablished what was described as an unofficial altitude record for wom- en when she piloted a three-motor Fokker plane similar to Com- mander Byrd's America, to a height of fet ____ DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST AND DAILY NEWS LEADER OF SAN MATED S-m Maico Conn- ty: tonight; Saturday fair. .Mod- erate temperature. Moderate wester! i iVUV.VAV.VWAK VOL. X SAX MATEO. CALIFORNIA. FRIDAY. JUNE 24. TWELVE PAGES NO Ordered To Honolulu Lester J, strf Albert F. berger, who were ,today authorized by Secretary of War to attempt to flv from California to Honolulu. Lieutenant Ma it land ts the son of ,Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Maitland, 863 Grange road, Bur- lings me. N SAN MA Move [to Kill City Charter To Be Argued Unable to decide on whether or not the recent incorporation of the town of Belmoni shall be de- clared Sjpenor Judge Jonn L. Hudner of San Benito county, sitting for Judge George H. at Redwood City, jestenlay after- noon ordered rearguroent of the case on July 7. The case hinges on incorpora- tion of acreage owned by Aitwney Big ThreeMotored U. S. Fokker Ready to Hop I When W eather Permits t r-r Beal Estate Men Celebrate J. w. Bou-dette alleged to have Will Ask For Bids For Jffacad Success Of Parrott Estate Subdivision. PROMINENT MEN John A. Williams Outlines truthful Advertising Policy- Of Developers. The breaking of San Mateo's western barriers through the sub- division of the Parrott estate was celebrated last night at a banquet given at the Oak Tree Inn by the and their who are the sponsors of For spontaneous effec- tt is daiit" of real estate been included in the crty, tne consent of the owner. Judare Hudner gave the opinion that there is grave doubt upon wheth- er or not such property may be brought into a municipality with- out the consent of the owner. was as near to a solution as case could be brought following ar- gument by counsel at Rtdwotd City yesterday. Compromise Offer. Mayor Henry C. Warren and other member; of the Bel- mont board of trustees, defendants in the suit, suggested that coun- sel arrange to release the Bour- dette holdings so that tl retain its charter The under advisement. Of Bayshore Boulevard: HIGHWAY TO'BE 40 FEET Trouble Experienced In Secur- ing Necessary Local Eights Of Way. the Bayshore tins would disclose an' event of equal More than fifty salesmen for, incorporation uroceedlngs in Bay-wood attended, brides whom August Of last year- were in there were present the principals tjof Uw beciuse of the iacllj. _________________ of _Tfie Baywood Park his property- In addition hngame to San Mateo, has proved their associates, advertismg mana-j to Mayor the defendants something of a stumbling block, gets, and_weH wishers. Thejtoast- Trastees Thomas Penning- according to Mayor Harry S. Tot- ton, C. L. Jordan, C. Jt Messner ten, of Burlingame, who heeds the Indtcatoins that from San Mateo will be oiled com- Ij by early fall, affording a From the macadamized road 40 feet; smanCS{ down the Peninsula, were con- firmed this morning when the state highway commission an- nounced it will advertise for pav- ing bids within the next two weeks. Obtaining the necessary rights of way through Burhngatne and San Mateo that will enable the new road 10 be extended from Bur- DinnerMarks Opening Here Of Big Hotel The Hotel Benjamin Franklin, San Mateo's magnificent new hos- telry, was formally opened with a i brilliant dinner last eve- ning. Over a hundred guests at- cenued the event, nnich was one of the most attractive affairs held m San Mateo. The spacious dining room of the hotel was beau- tifully decorated for the occasion and the lobby, parlors and courts of the new building were inspect- ed by the public for the first time. While the dinner last night marked the formal opening of the building it will not open lor busi- ness for about two weeks. The guest rooms are not yet complete- arranged and a tew minor de- tails of the kitchen and service de- partment are jet to be completed The inspection last night was a revelation to the guests who vieued the new hotel tor the first tune. No detail has been neglect- weld add to ;ts com" spacious lobby to AFTER J One Armed Automobile Man Given Beating By Irate Husband Early Today. USES CRANE IN ATTACK Escort Of Wife Brought To Mills Memorial Hospital For Treatment. A. ne C. Mills, automobile me- formerly of San Sraiw is- befng sought hy police today for L -j-L an attack on E. C. Parnsh, Lomita has an air of luxury and beauty. It Pnrk man wnich occurerd is a magnificent addition to San t 2 o'clock this morning in San Mateo s ousmess district and will g wh MlU id to hava fill a long felt want in the com- j.ls wlfe walking: with I the Lomitu Park man. Pariish was brtdly beaten after having been fe'led with an automo- bile crank wielded by MiTls, accord- ing to the story given by the woman, who told police she had been separated from her" husband S 1 Formal authorisation for Pants LesterX and Albert F. Hegeuberger, IL-S. A. air corps, to attempt a flight from California on Qie-lieatenants" master of evening was S. Laz. LaBsbure. president, ol. Jhe panyr re. pres HtT feHci navigation problems. The flight will probably start from an airport near- Oakland where a runway is now being- com- pleted. The war department made it clear it will not prepara- tions in any spirit of competition [so far, and, with optimistic pre- diction, foretold the early disposi- tion of the first two -units of the Baywood property. l First Meeting. It was tbe first of a series of get-together meetings of the Bay- wood selling force. The first point made by was to the ef- fect that in the history of the Pen- there has never been a more or desirable residential to Hawaii, -was given today by Secretary of War Davis after a conference with Assistant Secre- tary Davison in charge of air service. The secretary's sanction coin- cided with reports that the two men had completed at San Diego the necessary ad- vance tests with threVW the WO mC bt I subdivision placed on the .army plane. _ i d Hawaii than the old Parrott properly Ctf the attempt i Lansburg introduced a. number Smith .Refused Use Of Cnssy of speakers, all of whom dwelt -in Field For Tmtiftl Tests the new development possibilities for San Mateo opened up by the subdivision of Baywood, At mention of the greater San Mateo The war said the named TO awuie 1 property Tights -for the- highway f- Rosd Is BIcciccd The Carolan property in Burlin- game is providing the committee with considerable litigation and trouble they report, Mrs Harriet, Pullman Sehermerhorn, who owns I the property, is in Europe and her Francisco, believes that the estate' should be paid for the right of way. and even in the event that, payment would be forthcoming he is not willing to close the deal without a conference with Mrs. It I It ry m NF ft Is weather conditions permit. Major General Mason M. Pat- rick, chief of the army air It was emphasized that the two army men cannot accept prize Of Big Plane. is now en route to San Francisco, money or other awards offered, for Upon his arrival Sunday, he will a Pacific jump. SAN FP.ANCISCO, June that is presaged by the opening of i in three pro- Baywood, the guests present, most jected trans-Pacific airplane of whom were thoroughly familiar flights brought two nearer to the with the real significance of the daring hop-off and threatened to In the consideration of obtain- ing the rights of way gratis at the meeting of the highway commis- sion and the representatives of San Mateo and Burlingame held in San Francisco recently, there made for funds of the rights of way. The city of Burlingame, although NATIONAL LEAGUE- situation, burst into spontaneous delay the third, applause that couH scarcely be Ernest Smith and Captain C. H. stilled by the most strenuous ham- Carter who are rushing their plane menngs of the to completion here were refused In describing the aims of the permission to use Crissy Field for 'development, John Augustus Wil- the installation of wings or for liams of the owning syndicate, said test flights. tto b.uv Mayor Totten to the salesmen that tbe principals Announcement came from Los explained, i demanded but one, namely, that Angeles that Richard Grace, who -----------o----------- nothing should be misrepresented. js due in Honolulu with his air- 12345678 BOSTON ---------------------------0 2210000 BROOKLYN ___.. _______2 0100000 Batteries-r-TVertz and Hogan; Elliott and Deberry. 12345678 CHICAGO______........------------0 0210010 1'ITTSBURGH .____.....00000100 and Hartnett; Meadows and Gooch. First Game. 12345678 NEW YORK _ ._______..2 2102000 PHILADELPHIA _ ______10000100 E. 4 10 0 no exaggeration was to be toler- ington issued official authority for ated. that the simple troth wowld Lieutenants Lester J. Maitland and HJ: o l  Jf K A rv JlldC university', board and Devormer; Kaufmann, Ulnch and Jonnard., publicity from "the beginning, out- their backers. They were making 123456789 H. E. lined briefly the historical back- preparations to truck their plane 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 5 15 o ground ofjhe Parrott pronerty. to the Oakland airport on Bay will complete s o- _.._._ Jt 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 PHILADELPHIA........ 6 j and Taylor; Ferguson, Scott and Wibon. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I CINCINNATI------- ...000 000 002" unfinished) ST. LOUIS_____.......-110 000 000 0 Kolp and Hargrave; and Snyder. and Carry American Ex- press Company Trav- elers Cheques This Summer. AMERICAN LEAGUE 7 S 0 1 1 Harms, WingfieU and Moore. 3456789 H. E. WASHINGTON_____________0 BOSTON" ___________0 and Kuel 1 2 ST. LOUIS---------------------0 I CLEVELAND_________0 00100000 and O'Neill: Shante and Aubrey. DETROIT_________________0 2101311 CHICAGO--------------------------0 1 1 I 0 0 0 1 Collins and Basaler; BaroaWe and McCordy, Horace W. Amphlett of San Ma- Farm Island leo spoke in rhe mghest tenns of work there, the importance to the city and the Reason Given county of the opening up of thei An army rule restricting the westward barrier of the  n the classes. THREE NAMED ON COMMISSION FOR CONFERENCE San Me Lure alleged that his automo- bile was struck by an automobile driven by Hiekcy last Sunday night at the corner of llateo drvie and Jit, Diablo avenue. The San Mateoan alleged that Mickey was flnvinpr miles per hour at the time of the crash and that'after __ the accident when he called the ANGELES June official's attention to the arterial anpomtment of the three stop sign the latter said: members of the Colorado river ;ra Supervisor Hickey and commissicn to represent California watching for all these stop IT eliminate the scheduled conferences with rep- or to that effect. '..1 resentatives of other southwest 9 J6 WASHINGTON, Jnne for withdrawal of about 1500 marin- were first contin: diately n' Coney, Richard Prosser, Edward F. O'Day, E. J. Banks, Georre W P I Becker, G. S. Bracfcettl, E. H. a Browner. C. J. Cavalier, Lloyd X Coney, K. L Dasey, H. I. Diet- terie, E. E, Dunn Jr., James G. Hamilton, J. D. Head, J. P. Hallo- i ran, M. R. Helmer, Clande J HoeHer, R, T, Hooper. N. A, Kine, Wm. Kinsey, SAN FRANCISCO DELEGATION CALLS UPON SECRETARY OF WAR; NO SIGN OF CHANGE IN ATTITUDE BY NAVAL HEAD states regarding the Bonlder dam project, nas aniounced today by Governor C, C Younc, The appointees arc; John L. Bacon, former major of, San Diejro and president of the Boulder Dam Association; W. B. Mathews, special counsel for the Angeles public service com- mi'sion: Earl C. Pound, president of the Impenal irrijtatitn district. PRICE OP A LEG FRESNO, Calif.. June gr.ap of 410 'officers and trip the Argonne San Diego, Calif-, on a third trip frW officers "and metTto Haiti and Qoantko. These wil) abowt 509 marines in Nicaragua and no plans for their removal have been'announced. Trtt 3 -f Paul H D A WASHINGTON, June embers of ihe San Franciscc icipal delegation seeing overcome governmental objections bay bridge, Called f opon Secretary of War Da- to present briefly and informal- f the city's case. They urged upon him the dan- iltn that Secretary of the Navy -j J "W- I JF had changed his adverse ,nff that sum to Kenneth B. Sliull, based upon military vouthful motorcyclist, lost his grounds. c. let m a collision Supervisor McSheehy had an -----------n----------- engagement to Wilbur again today, but bamncr an unaftticipat- I r T? r bert. Frank G. Mitchell. F. L. Avil- involved JB the ever-increas- ,mw has only to awaH la, C. F, RuUedge., M. Pollack. traff.c on the bay ;hc final. niling. 'dent C women' aniza- was I Refrigerators Cork Lined and up Phone San SAN MATEO 611   

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