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   San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - February 14, 1930, San Mateo, California                                PAGE TWO THE SAN MATED TIMES AND DAILY .NEWS LEADER 14, NEIPD MM OK OS EH Work to Begin by June 1, Says Mayor; Nairk of Alameda de Fulga-s Changed Plane for the new Sim Carlos fjramrnnr.school have bqcn upproy- arid work will begin on. the eight-room concrete building about June 1, It was announced to the San Carlos city council last nigiit hv Mayor .Tamos 11. Martin. Ap- proval" of the new structure .has been given by Pansy J. Abbdtt, county superintendent arid An- drew T. Hill, chief of the school planning division of 'the State de- partment of education. The building will be erected on a five-acre tract along Cedar street, purchased last year by the. graJTi- ninr; EchooK '..Mayor. Mar- tin's report was made after a con- ference with members of the board and a citizens' co-m- ini ttcc. i City Clerk J. M. Edling was in- structed to have current turned on at electroliers on El Camino Real near Morse boulevard and along Eaton avenue, west of Uie( high- way. Thu action followed a rceoiu- mondatinn from K. H. Burton, street lighting t'ominisHioner, On reconimondution of Police Commissioner J. 13. Bryan, the po- lice department; was authorized to purchase a sholgtin. The city clerk was instructed to notify County Clerk Elizabeth Kiwuse of the council's intention .to change the flume of the Alameda dc his Pulgas' to Junipero Serra boulevard. A map showing proposed rcmun- iilK of San Carlos Rtreets was prusentcd by Fred II. Drake, chair- miin of the planning commission. Diiplicatior.H of street names ..will be eliminated under the nuw plan, Drake told the board. The rec- ommendation was taken under ad viscment. Hearing on if7. P. Application Delayed Hearings on the Western Pa- cific application for permission to buildt a transcontinental extension MATED JUMPS INTO BOY SCOUT .DRIVE LEAD The past 24 hours saw 5000 add- ed to the Boy Scout budget fund, bringing the total since the opening of the drive last Mon- day. Kan -Mateo's total., today was Burllnganu and Hills-, borough ..Other, communities of the county had subscribed 52615. San Matep subs'criptjpns were listed for the past 24 hours as fol- lows: Mrs. Julius Krutschnitt, F. li. Keyston, ?25; J. E. McGurdy, ?12; Mathcw Unger, Mm. E. S. Ir- vinir. Mrs. H. G. Stibbs. N. Clui-e, ?10 ea'ch; the D.1 J. Stollcry family, W.m. .Holt, G. Kog- George P. .1C. Goodicr, Mrs, N. R. Williams, Jr., W. Gftihes, W. Sneidcf, Fred E. Beer, Kopp Schick, C. J. Brown, 55 each; Fred J. Fendler, A. .Pearson, Alex. Will- iams, A. A.iChanteloup, K. Taylor, TrMul- haii, T. J. Jliigh yruvy, Central Book and Radio Store, M. Oaba, ?2 each; .Mrs. Madeline Wobdnrd, E. Chalmers, A. 'II.1 Ridgeley, Mrs. A., Jardine, Alice Anderson, a friend, J. F. O'Connor, W. Penaluna, Mrs. P. Vandciitas, J. Gamier, George A. Bartlott, .S. .Sanlaluce, Mrs. A. Wright, E. C.' Cottier, 51. each. Burlingamb subscriptions American Trust company, James 5. James, B. .Macoriiber; G. Williams company, I. K. lirower. 510 each; J. Klein, J. A. H.. J. Russell B. Cbleimm, Fcrrariti's Market, W. S. Russell, Carl Anderson, S. Teal, Ot- to Meitz, Suburban Motor compa.- ny, C, S. Crary, Joseph Ferguson, 11. Dodd. F. V. Mu-jlin. Ida C, Clemens, each; A. E. Fagan, George- .11, Chiossi, .JJurlingame Meat Market, Mrs. Celina Wen- stro'm, eaeh; A. Hillebrandt, llaniel jj. Dineen, ?2 each; M. J. Burford, W. Lytton Scott, New California Meat Market; II. L. En- glc, C. Johnson, J. R. Alexander, "I each. HillBbqro' listed: E. Macduff, F.; A. Linden, each; George W. Kleiscr, Joseph and Josephine Gbldstohe, S. Reynolds, each; Stewart Ed- ward White, 55. Accused Slayer of Motorist Has Alibi FRESNO, Feb. SHORTAGE SISTER IS CAilDJSTE FOR GOVERNOR OF CALIF, .LOS ANGELES, Feb. ll Mrs. Clara Shor-tridne-Folti, prom- inent woman attorney and sister of Senator Samuel ShortridKC, hns an- nounced her candidacy for tha He- publican nomination for governor at the cominir eU-ctioii. Her platform will call for "'equal rights for men and women, with equal piiy for slic said. expects a heavy vote from women of the state. Mrs. Foltz has been prominent in political and civic circlets. from San Francisco through Kcd- wood City to Miles in Alameda county have been set for April 1 in San Kranciaeo before Examiner II. C. Davis of, the 1. C. C.. The hear- ing: had previously been set for March ]J. PLANS LAID FOR AIRGRAFT SHOW AT ST, LOUIS ST. Feb. Planes to fit the pockctbook such as a glider at and a ]U passenger transport at SD.VlUO were polished today for exhibition at the International Aircraft show More than 100 different types of aircraft are to be shown at the day exposition. Including accessories, the exhibits are valued at Incident to the sh'ow, proclaimed as the "world's largest" will he the first national conference on aero- nautical-education and meetings of the society imtoniotivo onpineci-'a at which cnnine and fuel jiroblcms will he aired. Queen Elizabeth was the first English sovereign to use a fork'. P RIN'TS for You can tell thcy'ri new by their tiancing prinis, their subtle pas- tel tints by their eVen-all-arbund hemlines; by the delightfully dift'ercrii things they do with their sleeves, their necklines. JJy their long sleeve's, bolero's arid jackets. We're so proud of this fresh young group of and of their ever so inodest prices. TENNIS D Lovely new Sleeveless Tennis Dresses, in allithe new p'astcl shades. Spring Green, Billiard Green, Maize, Tiger Lily, Orchid, Face Powder Pirik, White and Prints. The sizes in stock are 14, 16, 18, 20, and they are sub- ject to order in 22, and 24 sizes. LEVY BROS, Sari Matco 2700 Btirlingamc 5000 day to take back-to Oakland .with them Jesse Anderson, 40, suspected of buinK the negro who brutally killed Nick Tralla of Livennore and of Jnnuni'y 17. Anderson was positively identi- fied by Miss Hibba f rbm his.photo- graph as the assailant, the Oakland -Officers here who questioned Anderson several hours were of the opinion that his offer of an ali- _. _ .hi prove truthful. They Times Want Ads Bring Results. he gays .it Jeta'iicd uceoujit 61 hi whereabouts for itiore than a year past! i TOMORROW- ONE DAY DOLLAR SALE HEAD straight for Ward's tomorrow m orning! Every department offers money- saving Dollar Cay values! reduced in price and in many i every department. flsaving Dollar Cay values! Every item from Ward's regular stocks, every item reduced in price and in many cases one dollar will do the work of two! Come FOR THE HOME LOOK! Colored Rag Rugs uay "nt unt mss rugs" in various color combinations. Remark- ably low priced Pointed Heels Pure. silk .to .hem.. Ser- TO PAINT Rug Borders of Ward-o-Leum vice weight. ?1.39 value Pair Card Table Make your floors re- Bcmblc polished oak. Smooth surface, 24-in. 3, yds., or 38-In. yds, for Water Color Window Shades J1.85 values! Folding, Hard wood frame. Non-transparent good grade muslin fin- ished by machine water color process. 2 .curtqlhs with tasseis and cord Men's U. Suits Unpainted _ Wooden Top Cotton U. Suits A ?1.39 value! Men's extra heavy cotton. cuffs. LOng- slccvca and logs ty, fast colors in Double loop construc- tion. 20x40 inches, for................... Turkish Towels Fast color, heavy double loop, wuavo. lp Genuine Cannon quali- ty. 18x30 Inches. 4 for Dress Shirts Fancy Patterns Colors and White Boys' Knickers Well made of novelty tweeds in assorted pat- terns. Cut styled Leather Helmets Aviation Etyle, lined with part wool ninte- rlal. Snap adjustable oar flaps. For Hoys... Extra heavy part-woo! suite. Fine ribbed. Light fleecing. Mottled gray Sweat Shirt .iiMnniiy tins tililrt se for Cotton' Ilccco H-icil. Blui) und wlillo .-f'. Alarm' Clocks Tim only novelty alarm clunk at a jjopular j.-ricii. Q r n c. ir. c r. t c metal front and dial in f ml blur. Gillette Blades A bnrpnin that every JL man will to lalte tp advantage of! !i rogu- Jar COc packages of HOES t Some these shoes sell regularly at here, and would cost and more' elsewhere. Never again will you find value like this. This stock has been enlisted for this sale to prove to you that it pays to "THINK FIRST OF WARD'S." These shoes are not seconds and are on sale this day only. Each pair........ Limit One Pair to a Customer. 1 Watch and Fob A sturdy watch with bright nickeled cnsc. Unbreakable crystal... Scout Knife A pocket tool icnite.n S'Xi-inch blade. Stay pattern handle......... Aluminum Kettle Highly polished wood prip. Extra a regular 51.39 value. S-qt. size.. Lavatory Faucets Quick compression china handle.- Worked "Cold" and "Kot." Nickel plotod. Encb... Children's Gingham Dresses Just Iho thing: for school -wear. Regular value 1 Pennsylvania Oil 100% pure. One gallon. 1 30x31 Inner Tube. "Moulded Guaranteed for 3 years....- Sheets Hand-torn, neatly hem- Soft fin- _ isjl. Regular J. value. Each............ Children's Sleepers Flannelette sleepers, Slzea 2 to C. Gowns, too, at this bargain firleo. 2 for Child's Bloomers SERVEWELL, sateen in jivicc.' lp Kip-proof Beams. AKUS 2 to 0. Black, white. S fur Creepers and Rompers Cunning styles' In prints or plain colors. ReEularly priced high- I er. Intant'3 size .2 for -M- Infants' Wrappers Warm wrap- pers, indispensable for   a low' 'nrifio.! "Flaw I single "shot, i Well made Doors Open 8 A. 1VL till 9 every Saturday NO EXCHANGES-NO BETDBNS ON THESE ITEMS AH Silt Fiat Crepe Seven Colors, MONTGOMERY WARD Co 2625-29 Broadway Ph6rieI30p Redwotid City, Cali   

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