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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - May 15, 1928, San Mateo, California Short Items ot News Re- ceited Over Leased Wire From United FLIERS IN CRASH LOS ANGELES, May Lavectve, pilot, was killed and Frank Xclson, n passenger, was sei'iousiv injured whtn Uiuu airplane crashed from an altitude of 5000 feet near here today. The craft had been in the air only a few minutes when it went into a nose dive and fell to an open field. COOLIDGE OX TRIP WASHINGTON, May President and Mrs. Coolidge left here this afternoon by automobile for Annapolis to attend the colon- ial day celebration of St. John's college. ------------o------------ BABE HITS ELEVENTH NEW YORK, May Babe Ruth got his second home run of the game and his eleventh of jthe reason today in the sixth of the game between [he De- troit Tigers and the Yankees. His first homer was made off White- hill in the fifth inning and his sec- ond off Smith. No one was on base either time. Today's homers OF SAN MATEO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST AND DAILY NEWS 'LEADER SAN MATEO CO I'XT Y fair antl VI i-iiiK'iday. Mud- era u> u-mperature. Moderate west anil VOL. SAX 5IATEO. (.'AUFOHXIA. MAY 35, 1923 OAKLAN HIGH MAM it i Mil SUPERINTENDE Businessmen Of Coastside To Organize (Special to Tlie Daily HALF MOON BAY. May Thirty business men of Half Moon Bay met at a luncheon meeting to- put Ruth almost two weeks ahead day at the Half Moon Bay noiel of his 1927 record of CO. in the initial movement toward the a Chamber of RA1L TIME May 15. _ which would result in a 24-hour reduction in running time j of Southern Pacific thi-ought cnairman. organization of a Chamber Commerce that will be completed at a meeting to be held at the same! next week. was named DIJLliH! School Athletics Charge Probed by irn qilRDRQQ P. A. L. Committee I U D U n i R U Di San Francisco are being conducted, J. T. Saunders, freight traffic man- ager of The company, announced j todal'- Frank R. Fetter. __ committee of five named toi 'make plans for the completion ofj the organization include: Colonel! F. B. Lacrosse, A 1. Hatch, Cavalli and BEAT FILM ODRINAKCE LOS ANGELES, May city ordinance on which Thomas Eialton and Robert "VVhalen were convicted of presenting an obscene production, i-Hot has been held unconstitutional by superior court and the conviction of the defendants reversed. Ac- coi-ding to the ruling of the appeal judges, the city ordinance, under the defendants were prose- cuted, conflicted iriih the state penal code. CRASH VICTIM DIES TURLOCK. Cal., Hay II. E. Hart. 55 of Hilmai-. was injured in an automobile accident Sunday, died here today. The crash occurred Vfheiv Hart, failing to no- tice a turn in the highway. drSve his car into a telephone pole. WELFARE CONFERENCE FRESNO. May bers of the California department of social were arriving here today to attend the local ses- sion of the organization which is scheduled to begin tonight with a dinner .meeting. The department is headed by Sirs. Anna L. Taylor, a member of Governor Young's cabinet, -------......a------------- ARGUMENTS CLOSE The wheels of investigation opinion of those interested in the churned the complicated Peninsula [situation. Athietic League situation into a In that case, it is almost certain more thorough muddle yesterday. that Sequoia uncl Palo Alto 1 following it "secret meeting" of the i resign from the P. A. L., as they j investigating committee of threatened to do last month, school i t Peninsula Athletic League and sue- officials said. j j.- IT i j. -n cially invited guests, at the Fre- Special Meeting- Called for Fn- high sch JoL i p I F I" Fl H fl 11 f P H The report of the committee will M11'AlfIh K ue made nt lie open F. A. spt mg 11 I I I football meeting, scheduled Mav 28 fill PHEIIIIIS SJLES EMS day Morning to Formu- late ?ians Donald Le Eoy Kinkead, 11-year- t-Ui Jtetiwood City who tlwd bt'ie SaUli'day nijjht .'.tttr having attended a meci ui a Y. M. C. A. jfi'oun at Millbrae, had taken no pan in athletic contests of the it was testified at a coroner's in Ilfdwuod City today. Death was due to chronic hea.tt iinuble. the ct.ironer'3 jury Uucicted. Tirursday S Bargains to Out- The buy, son of Mr. and C- F. one is SELECTED 15 one W T r ruvvuLii rank Former Sales Retail Men Declare Kinkeati of Redwood City. SCHOOLS ARE CKOWBEDi Fait to Appear Streets and other civic improve- ments will be the first problems of j the Chamber of Commerce Arrangements have already been j New Building Needed in Mateo Park and in Home- stead District made through Supervisor Mancel Francis for the clean-up of streets by the Eoy Scoucs. Speakers at the meeting were: Rev. Father M. J. Beneaf, Colonel Lacrosse, M. J. Bettencourt, Alvin Hatch, George E. Dunn, Dr. C. L. Morgan, Supervisor Francis, Dr. F. A. Steels and P. A. Cameron of the Half Moon Bay ttex-jew. Great by all the speakers over the pros-j pects for increased growth and de- velopment in Half Moon Bay and the advantages of an organized commercial body to aid in properly dheccing the development was stressed.- tnf of a special election to of "proselyting a n "a bond issue for! fraud in weighin mar school district will 5 against San M thei vote on che grammar school district ance yesterday. The Palo Alto Sequoia high school made charges athletes, practicing in players, Mateo and Burlin- discussed by game, was not represented, al- school trustees at a meeting to be thoug-h requests to attend were KILLS NURSE IN SIplTI Former Nurse at Local Hos- CLAIMS TO BE PEOVED hiid never takun part in schuol relatives said. Officials in charge of the Millbrae gathering described a now wow a Merchants Prepared to Prove --Friendly Indian" group, said iht: Vakies. Says Chairman r.ol allowed to participate f Tjav iii under auspices Ol organization. 1 Hu not a Boy Stout. on Friday morning at 10 sent Principal A. C. Aigo and Phy- ue.u Uil i t luaj _ _- jf o'efock at the Central Grammar Diree tor Frank J. Griffin of school, according to an announce- 1 Sequoia and H. pitals Dies From Overdose Of ui _------, i i t c? 1-lu a JBoy buout. as Dollar Day, to be held by San j st.im! in ywici- Mateo merc-hunis Thursday, will. Citv. This suipass all pievious sales events re-e.licd br here, in, the opinion of Hugo J-1 rcr, Seoiit of Bettelheim. manager of the ero- thj bw-s nar vard A. Bar- ment made this afternoon of the Grammar I and _ Direciw Rav of Palo At to high school, ill I I -Uil V k JC LV l l tt-l-r1 I li-l-Xxl I lr "L i''' _i j_ i. F trtti. enthusiasm was expressed! school district, George W. Hall, [according: to Verne.Hall te speakers over the pros- The itare oE is a tenta- of the comimttee. reached hv m-eliminavv i Schools Represented dcparEment of Levy Bat- IreSheim said this moimiiK that he i I anticipates the streutess Dolljir Day Rosaltnd Chambers, jsrarfu- fov lne stoppers and the mer- ate nurse. 32 Senator Johnson and Ben Blow for R. M. Reese, presi-1 dent of A. C. Co., pre- sented arguments in the Julian Petroleum Corporation overissue trial today. The final arguments of S. C. Lewis, former head of Julian, Jacob Berman and Ed H. to Address Next Meeting at Montara school faction, also specially from an apparent dose of j ijateo merchants are appealing to; f l vited, was represented by Vice- j sleeping powder, died yesterday i tlle people of Mateo county to 01 a ooiia issuei LBJ.U-CJ prfnejpal T_ H_ Hoplet and -Coach moming at the Ross seneral hos-1 gjvc Mateo stores, then- ac-, ment7nf Ma- without ever having CTmmodationS. their services, their, ?i IMtii. Mrs. Chambers tvas 43 years old and FCTnrn'hJl' at doors, with the other three yeors F. Turn bull, at b f mmuers OI Lydon and South to be in the of careful and inteJhgent considera- mVni will Fred Swan, Burlingame, J: T T V I The meeting was held three several years. She went to Sausa- com- i last IVednesdaj" and engacetl The i n room at the Schnell House. She were Eonev of Si___. i-ancisco Lewis Britton but Gacos and D. H. Cramer of she to leavic hcr ro.om i the'm i'n position to stand any com- j Camubcll. respnnsp to repeater i test [calls police forced the door and Mateo j fonnrt her An emnty SCfiSIP 10TFIT Sffl i FIREMEN Choice of Oakland High School Principal Made by Trustees Last Night FINANCIAL NEEDS TOLD School Faces Crisis Unless Bond Issue and Special Tax Are Voled iji the discussion of the prob-1 lem. j Improvements Needed i i The program for improvements t' calling for this bond issue provides tion- i .Ask j ''Snii Mateo merchants feel thatj _____ rheir snond financial ,____--w. their capital, ihuir j Morns' Men Salvage Brtttiett s cicnt ;ind wise Belongings From Car in k H. tJoreti, jrt'inti'fal of the ,ty high scnool Oakland, uperintendent of the San Matco un- school and -Junior col- lege districts afc a special meefc- rtf the tecs held in the San 3tateo high P c o n t Ifisi; night. Boren's :ippointment i 5 effective at once and he iril! 'as- sume his duties, here as quickly as he can be re- leased front his Oakland pos i- if. Burcn f tion, Frank state- for the construction of a new school building in San Mateo Park. Swan Confident of the San Ma- teo and Burlinjrame high schools for painting and other required ini- j were invited to make their answers provements at the Peninsula ave- w the charges made against them nue, Homestead and Lawrence, month, and after an hour, the schools, and the procuring of a. committee retired to mako out its site and the erection of the first to the league president, unit of a school building on the t -j feej satisfied with everything bottle that had contained sleeping potion was found in her room; lliithlv Nervous Sisters and friends of the dead woman say that she was of a high- ly nervous tern pern me nt and was in the habit of takimr sleeping po- tions to correct this condition. opportunity an Ulct, to the finnnck'.! condition uf ihe were made by the trustees last night at the meeting whkh was attended by many rep- Eavnctt tourist and icsentaiivct. of patent-teacher as- wday is singing tho and_ other (3arae-e uarage west, side of El Camino Keal in the' that said Tliey say that she had never Homestead district. Swan this niorning. "We made shown any evidence of suicidal in- CSpectat to The Daily Times> Hall declaretl that the present 1 our appearance, something express the omnion that PKSCADEKO, May I crowded conditions cannot continue that made charges against us failed an overdose of the sleep- M. B. Johnson and Ben Blow are Eoscnbere already nave been com- j to address the next meeting of tae pitted. The case probably will j Coastside Civic Union to be held reach the jury lats this week. SACR-VMENTO CHOSEK SAX DIEGO, Cal., May at Montara June II. according to announcement today by officials of that organization. Johnson is to speak on the benefits of a coast was nominaied as the 1920 con-, vention city comniittee re. vcntion here today. Formal selec-1 ported progress and a successful tio" of the convention city will be trip to Santa Cruz, May 3. to pro- made at the elections tomorrow. mole interest for a coasts.de road. and that the improvements are ab- w do. and we were ready to answer 'n1? Potton_ she was accustometl to solutely necessary. The Home- an charges, stead and the Lawrence schools are j crowded to capacity now, he said, j I resulting in her death. The body is to be shipped to Los Anjreles for burial. Her mother and her small To Talk Later Crowded Conditions j In answer to the invitation to at-! son live in that city. She has two Students in San Mateo Park arc tend the meeting of the investigat-' sisters. Mrs. Arthur Pen and Mrs. now attending school in the old committee, officials ac Sequoia j Anita Parker, borh living at foO firehouse at the corner of Clarke i and Palo Alto are aliened to have fine street. San drive and Crescent avenue. There! communicated with the comntittee i are 80 students there, according to head, expressing themselves as j Hall. The district now has seven willing to make their statements The committee handling the re- rollment of 123. grammar school buildings and 1G35 before the meeting of the football students to accommodate. The schedule board later this month. kindergarten classes have an en- While satisfied that the meeting yesterday officially called, the j POLICE TO PLAN ORGANIZATION OF sponsibilhy to adequately satisfy' pcrsonaj the wants of the public.'' Bargains Ready The merchants of San have co-operated to make th most gigantic sales day ever heid in this community. Countless woi> (ierful values will be offered, says ICmile Zwicrlcin. chairman of the Dollar Day committee. ------------o------------ tbi? admire tne names ivvs. Hcfeinff their way into the tonneau of Roren. i.ht> ff HtirncU's ear when the fne "The boan .p lioW fichlcrs the camping out- Jijitco L'nioi HOUSE TO TAKE BANCITAU" I'RtCES SAN FRAXCISCO, May Corporation stock closed at 210% on the San Fran- cisco stock exchange today. Bank of Italy closed at 304. PLEADS NOT GUILTY districting fight for the coastside road from Santa Cruz to San Fran- cisco was instructed to observe all activities on the proposed county government charter act movement. George E. Dunn. M. 0- Bettencourt. M. E. Cardoza and K, Guy Smith compose this committee. The membership committee re- LOS ANCCLES, May 15. j pOrted that 71 new members have John A. Nelson, 51 year old direc- j been sjnce the last meeting tor and playwright, pleaded _nOi.} a month 3ffo. guilty today when he was arraign- The secretary was directed to ed on charges of kidnaping and I scnd a jcttcr Of thanks to the CASPER, Wyo.. May _.. _ _ _. -_ ___Wyoming's delegates to the Xa- criminally assaulting Jean Weston, I Company j tional Democratic convention at n f Tnal Rftt i_ fZ A-rn Hall and the trustees have ex- Scijmoa-Palo Alto faction express- pressed the hope that everyone in-! itself as willing to -'make its terested in the situation will at-1 statements n t an open meeting, tend the meeting to discuss the where delegates of all hiirh schools amount of the bond issne and the m th.c Peninsula Athletic League BENEFIT PROGRAM UP BOULDER DAM t ,i Organization of a widows and! necessitv of floating it at this _ 0 nntt tUW be present, as ell as the orphans fund to he by press and anvone interested." annual polii-e nail will he (iis- Should the P. A. L. heads sustain cussed by the Peninsula Police Of- Win itlc of the investigating ficcrs' Association when they meet 9VUI on M. San MatM and Curfh will be exonerated, in the Redwood City DfLL IHtA I arrival that the property is in Dur- t lingame and that ihc Hurl in same department bac! also responded. WASHINGTON. May The department was called to a House of the Swing- vacant at -125 Hic-hiar.d ave-, r I Johnson tentatively fixed lo bcKi 25. artist's model. Trial for Mav 2a after Superior Judge Craig denied Nelson's request that his bail be reduced from to PEACE OF Yon may Tcsf assiirccl tliat yonr valuables secure _ if yon leave them in one of Safe Deposit Boxes. for the use of a bus in the good will trip to Santa Cru7f donated by the company. Houston support Fireworks Flash in Bridge-Tube Fight, SAX FRANCISCO, May flared up again to- day in the "Lube and bridge" pro- gra mof San Francisco with the result that Supervisor Janes B, MeSheehy announced a meeting of the bridge committee will be held this week. At a meeting of the board of supervisors yesterday Mc- Sheehy and Supervisor Warren Shannon clashed verbally over the bridge committee program, which McSheehy recently carried to Washington. D. C. McSheehy said he planend to make a full report at the Meeting this week. Alfred E. Smith of New York for the presidential nomination. Like- wise, they were instructed at tht p state convention yesterday to back JIrs, Xcllie Tsylor Ross, formprl governor, for the vice-presidential j nomination. ''A I and Xellie" will I the slogan of the state dele- j gates. i BILL SEEKS U.S. COAST TO COAST RAIL SYSTEM Peter Mnhonov. president of Tuesday, at a conference today he- Tt was extinguished without San Francisco Police and twecn Republican Floor Leader j Orphans" Association and Lieuton-1 jjlson Chairman Sncll of the! I ant TV, Mitchell of )he Kan House committee- t Francisco (If nartmcnt. will he the! Tilson explained the I sneakers. The mectinir will he n .ably would place the second ilt'fi- dinner meeting "f the Fox Shoppe j hilt ahead of Boulder the butldinc nas 'mated at lieUecn and fully covcicd by insurance. 1 The fire fighters also answered inn alarm from 1532 Cypress utie last nitrht but discovered on next within a few inches of the carasrc. POLICE SEEKING CLOTHES THIEF IN SAN MATEO VERMONT FOR SMITH BURLINGTON, Vu, May Democrats in con- vention today passed a resolution instructing its eight delegates to the national convention at Hous- ton to support Governor Smith of New York as long his name re- mains before the convention. WASHIXGTOX, May A bill authorising the interstate commerce commission to ncquire HAIS1X DIVIOEXO or condemnation a. Jr K 3V J o. I rio Raisin Association today system to be oneratcd by_a govern- j he regular quarter divi- ment corporation was introduced on preferred stock, pavahle! senate touay The dividend applies 10 corporation would issue I capital stock which would ho divided into 5100 shares and! to employes of the railroad. 1 the organ tion FURTHER DELAY IN TAX RILL IN I been granted in the llooio." .-aid er-ator Johnson. "1 ihc bill Police ioday arc n Otl ijfij I will there and when it tenons thief, whom D. Dil.ornr.mo. l y 31. The dividend applies 10 all stock of record ns of May 15. May Further delay of the tax reduction 'bill wa-s threatCKied today in the! i IJIil UJf mmjf j senate hv refusal of Senator Bing- LEADS PYI.E RACE ERIE. May die Gardner, Seattle, finished in i front today in the "3rd lap of C. C.; KEl.IF.P GROUP SUFFERS Hcpuhlican, Connecticut, to Plydc's cross country footrace. His; WASHINGTON', May withdraw his amendment for re- time for the 45.S miles from Ashta-1 The armv's relief: expedition to t ncal of the federal estate tax- Senator Tiorah, Republican. Ida- is we will have more than of half in this ereat stolen a bhie serge suit valued at work Bcrtiduio reponed tneti (to the nolicc last nighr. i Officer Tom Conncrs was told hy Mrs. A Figoni. landlady, that a i Granger rented a room rtppft-'iie 10; Di Bcmdino's. She said (hat i.e act-' j ed suspiciously, left no call, de- parting nest morning befoic she up his Mrs Fi- wm the with a gwld de-cription of tre s-Ks SENATE TODAY SENATE HEARS TWO HOUR TALK ON PROHIBITION bula. Ohio, was Gardner's! remove the airplane j ciapscrt time tor the miles j which two Germans nnd Irishman i from Los Angeles is flew across the north withdrawn to hasten action, in- snffercd from the elements that tiniating that he would lead a lio, suggested that the XOBILE STARTS KINGS BAY, Spitzbergen, May have made the eastwest crossing of the Atlantic so difficult. One of Polar dirigible Ita-l the army planes was down at Tn- HA started nt p. today on a tamagouchc, N, S., whlie the other flight to Franz Joseph Land. 1 was at Truro, movement to kill Ihc entire meas- ure rather thnn swbmit to repeal of the estate tax. Borah said dehatc on the amendment would three, or four days. WASHINGTON, May was debated more FRATERNITY MEN MEET SAX FRANCISCO. May 15. ----1 l than two hdSirs in the senate todav; Fratcrniiy mon OT >ortnem Call- Senators Black, Ala- bama, and Bruce, Democrat, Mary- land. r Bruce denounced as ''organised i expected that hypocrisy" the action of the Ala- bama Democratic convention fn sending a dry delegation to the Houston convention. fornin will jraihpr nerc tonight for the sixth annual banquet of in- ter frat emit v conference. It Governor C, C. the Rucst of honor Young would at the affair, which, will attract! approximately 200 members of col- j Icgc Greek letter organisations. I C E NEVER GETS OTTT OF ORDER REFRIGERATORS nt Moderate Prices COMPANY S3fi S. 51. Drive Phone S. M. rw SPA PER l NFWSPAPHUl
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