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   San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1939, San Mateo, California                               COLD SPELL BRINGS SNOW TO COUNTY News Behind The News Weather noi uul Hj Kaj 1 inker Piesulelltial pulities the ovt i win lining si nali sup poi L foi thf-Miss Uynl iltatk on IV M- dent s noniinn, lu the fed d il bench in Uu, njjima Hojd II Robots unpuiged ind um i const uu t< d sen itoi s IM inning at is I D R s ippaieitt it 'enipt to exalt stale IM mints who will n UUL die tlekgiites to the convention In m inv si ite in Jie South tin KOUIIUH iinis the stfiti i niimittee uid b indpieks tin piesi di nt name is I Veil it n i1 should win in a [mm ui cuntist ilu eom- niitlec cm i (.suit to legal subtei been done to idnn mn- tiol I hus, tluougli in illiinu be t thi House uul sulfi Lie ill bt itc house b the Kousiu It t ictton in outwit un (oilitiun lueli in be oig miztd bv his C ip itol hillenomies I U II onlv a few huge delcg Now Pcniisjhani i Illinois, Ohio CihJonni itc-to n.inu Ins hen AL hast lit ForCCUbl (ould powei UK cutoimi eiitim Countv lor Tonight Ibi peisoiuhli of Mi Robeits dot sn t t ount foi t% ei ybody eon bis fitnes-, foi the post be is onlj a sMiibol in thi inti i putj stinrrle the pnsidtnt uul tht old f ishionod politieos Its d politu al i itntt th in i jndu i il b il fust s'unnisb in the e impaign HERE...in your hands- is YOUR WORLD! I ULL LLASLU UNHLD HULSS DIRECT WIKL AND FLA'IUKLS TVPLLVL TAGES bAN AIA'ITO, I AI SI) PLHIJl HKbl IN AUMJtllblNti AND L1KIULA1ION s I'm 1'LlfAIOiNTiT ALL Iho now i ol the four corners of the earth AND ol YOUR YOUR Only the Times brings you tho news ol you- HOME com-nunity S. M. FEELS ICY BLAST OF WINTER Snou FalKinMany Places Dining Night SKYLINE ICY Tlu pitsidcnltippul he shopped mound lot i indid itc iKimvL 1 dilute of (uoi- gm last I n ido nnblishul 1 1 iiedil lnouldj.< in sdiitom1 inn idois IL iKo bee imc in MM i nit I 01 n while U New iK i s with tin thought of limning mni I1 I) KIXOIS ij; uns-L fiu ml lint Hi KnoMMlt had ot ho id( w wlun tin si it  lilti doiils wlu m uij senitois Mi (rl iss ihmis to ifranist Mi Rolio ti liuvc rlitrncil the oppo 1 u inst i ition in this piiticu Hllllh fil mdtmipu- itivi non paitiup ition in the IL i out si us in il fin ii-n piln y inovts nnpiiss tlu L ipilal is otin nous His fi lenils insist lhai ht is tlu doinin uit plavid by Messi-i Hnlhtl and in the donioei icj diet itoi No lift exists bctwotn tlic pusi dent and the sioctuv of state on riihhn oil ils M Hull lepciuls Itc tot iliL u i in st i Us jib uoild tioulili nial 01 s uid feels pi th it (lien continued sueep ill i eck his li ulc and protfiam Rut it is unclei stood that the mild I en- docs diffei on the mcth ods to he employ pd in the el ish tli it he dotin t cnLii iippi e the. piovncnLne statements of Sccict I  lotk InsL niirht .San Matro molding of in iiKh to bi iiuj the stusini to 'KIJ tonipm od to 11 IIH hi s t ir RuKvood it poi t' d fid of nn inch thjit Inoujbi. IliL st ison il mm k to 8 28 inches, just s x IIH IK s li ss tb in 1 i si M m Mills Field itcotdtd hut U of in tm.h horsing tht stason il to an 7 inches, cninpiicii 1 1 R1 inchts list jem SAN FRANCISCO Ftb 8 (LP) tint (.Irpfpxd inoun tHin hip! mid tan s ihat hionpbl the stiles sc-isoml tot il noTiei noi in il uaj tn ol  m HilU I 01 tht, siLond linit in n snow blanl eted foothills in UK SHI Iiancisco bay noa and olhci Iind nit. is nf Noithoin C ilifouim that noimally do not jret Tho outlook tonight uas foi nion, tompciiturps in CTlifoinu mote J he im hi C.4LVESTON Pesiib Ttb 8 The Btdgctt qu Tei ildire, Joyce, Join inc! lean nettp began eaimng then "keep" todiy Their father, W F Bidgett, snid that he had sfgned a contnct i milk company at a "nice figure H> picMously had rejected a 000 offer for a personal appenianco toui by the habiei because he be- with fiost and piv at higher Donnei summit hijrlnny to Reno nas icnpencd to tnffic. Sonlhein California was due foi OLCisional shoueis vith We..me; lempci ituus [dm fell ercneiallv thrnnjrhonL the sonthein of the "till, last n.Rht Los got 12 of an mih JJnhlo anpeil Toui inches of snou fill Ul Mt niihlo in Contia Cost i Tiiesda; righlcci. mchos of snow weic icpoitcd on Mount Hamilton Dnfts bloekcd tho load lo the I nk lieved such then health a torn might mjuic Revenue Agents On Megladdeni Trial OAKLAND, Feh 8 tial nitc'inal uveinue HKemls- have at 11 tul investigation of the fman iff ins of Milk Lee Mej.lail- 1'hcie obse other loads Skjlme and mountain wen, repoiled 'Mangeious' as ice formed on the pivemont and snow hocdn melting inches of snou fpll at senntc last night, bimpmg the alley B total to 37 inches Iheic wcie 81 mUics al Bftdgti pass oimilai depth" nt olhei high Meira ski icsoils snow plows had no difficulty keeping loads open Snow in Mann In Mann county snow coveied tht hills fiom Mt Tamalpats to the bluffs ei looking the icific Health Board Chairman Out in County Shake-up dery former sccietaiy of Govci- 1101 Piank. F Mermm ind Helen De Vine, friend of Jrcglndflcry, it uai disclosed today Megladdery's activities while he occupied his state position hive been under inquiry of the Alameda countN grand jury during )ti lignhnn of numerous illcjjcd "ir- repnlni it ir- including: brlbety chaijicsi. an 80 pick it i botla Spiiniri, 10J inches itioss the canyon at Nnrd< 70 inches it Fin- ipriont pap and ifi inches it Tuic kee CHICAGO, Peb P lar _ cold front sweepinfi: eintwird (Continued on rapa TIU i Dr 1 pardon i "ituessij I'll, 611 i-steiil eiDlninetr.sl Ifklmrl, II St appointment. I scvcia! i Catalonia Is Abandoned to Franco Premiere Spirit Pervades Peninsula Hears Opposilion ti BusExlensi( Citj Piupaics to H Transit Proposal TREK PLANTING K( Ann) Staff of Defenders Enters France REBELS GIVE 11 ils tniilli i olin til Ii n o hi i mni th< Didi i ui llu tow us [it i p IK In tin u p tin ot tin (mlili it d i W l l 1 IH Old 1st llMS I'MMl HI ill int nni 3 MIM.J; IM tin i usiiinu ol tin d s w IH n si Mul n s U IlldnU lit si noi iliis n lu n L n i HI and ditl me. lum this miL in tlu tomant ic laiment of c u lv C foi ni i lull pi ins KO ilu nd to cutt lilt fan opt w idi ei li 1 i i lions tht mine PLiiinsuli is until t iron jr i fit innp r .mj ufii '1 i should tti icl thousands of fan I louors Planted Alontr til tn s iind sbiubs ui IIMIIJ; phniMl buill and s( nibbed and ii p unlfd to nnpitss ilus me eo opeiatuiK with Mis lit i bort IJina ind hoi t M lief commission m tlic planting of licts and slmibs along the Sin Culos Ins nndoitalttn llu pi inline of flowns ilonr I 1 Cum no He il and on llu Southun Piufii light of wij Sin Matto uul Bin line, line plintmg and iN uimg up on 1 nth tlu Tl Cammo ind sboip Ai Kulwood n.Imont Sin Rinno South S in 1 i IIRISCO in 1 with tliwus dun will bo in full 1 lomii foi summit ion us Hoi iMtltits Mid ix intiiul gtt s v on the l'< mtiMil i is i M u s uid I in lilt1 i h lu itinii atli llll i Itiss it the foiliHI l( mpot U tapi till I unions l-imi IK in blown up, ippiuuilh in i new mei of llu t j( nits closing m on Ini fimitiu Ntjriin imt Iho jr.nuil slnff m PI pub] Kim luadqiuuli i s at a pi u il< linusi on tho Spun-h suit of tin boirki of I'utblis Hi- spool most tif tho ti to imo tlu m lo him bv m plane to conlimu tin win um muted tint bi would to VnNnoiii as soon as tin ir union of u Cup is fioju itilonii bus bun (nniplilod 1 lanro dm n PARIS IM (LP) C.ineiahs sinui I i int isto I r uu Sp inisb n i tin all-! U add his I i mu swooping against foi  council w i epi uent.itivcs of the bus appealed to cxplinn then poiil last nifilit At conclusion of the dis sion, the council indicited vlf in f m of iMuismn liqm slid DdUI'las Illnnl ni in mi in r i tin fiim id 1 iin-il Hik.n fllllHllI-, ll.llm.s I" it Imlv it ilu lil.nnn niir IhlllllKll S.1VKC f Sun M a, i, in-uiniiu nn, UK fen UK 1 1 1 1 till lOUIKll tn xuppull 111111 s npiiliLiilion u UK Mill ii nl lomiiiissniii aiil uliuli 11 IK unit i, MUM ,1 lliimij.li ill i Si mil, in I'lutfu iii, tlu Hi mitt n ,1 1 Ills s, J ll] t 1 ItllMUU ils lltWIUI for O Five Days of Fair I 1UM IfaCO, 1 tb llu publuiu dipulnunl ii the Sin I nuieisio woilds fin di undid idiuluis Slicb is lllo-sil lllll stUjHIldoilS S jrioss n n 1 i stattmeiits to 1 in csu Ihe foi the LX jiosilion s jucmuic lebimiij 11 tu IS 1 ht ofi un I in i m jo Lumn a of UK U ist uiriilo llin.iigh (lit uia llu ifUniiiDii and lit dt Milt d to dislrul  i limns, t ub in lejihnr mod idinj, ils ou ti si liunl (hildnn m insditiK nl I it nil inhr, firiMiirN aloni; Mu Norih Ituith fin ils of Miss Sin I i i mil Snu M it, h At Mill t 1, 1 "inn iilin immii lu Uli Illlll Illls lilt tlu Immiilin nn SIM ll" ill U nillsl. i innti m 1 1 u H, 1 us iirliiilmuil r mis si" Hut-Ills "if. Hi U --lull mi ml In ion il i uotild in, in Lintiiiliin lu of si ill s, K, uhlnin, im] Mikn ,lmis lij tlu M ukit s I II" U Mill tlu Illlll lu When a similni aiiplii iti nt Infnrr tlu i iilintll iiiliinnssii n nj.li tin nt lilisintp.l ,i Milh Un A ion uLis ill fi 011111 lllll 111 DllMS Kllk Ills nit nm pimision at lm fn -IIMCI In tint ndiqunli in in IL Uli lllll In tin In mirtl iijtunioni eintiieel n i miMiml, istimlmi, if nisiu ,1 tlOTMl nffici l llsliul Tho In m sui llslll line h Illf 11 f 11 UIPIL MUM IinlurMil U u is oxpictnl n definite (isidii mil ill finite st mil nf tin iniincil mi tin ninno nl tone heel In n Ih, li ineln-i 1 e.i t is in nit at the next Iittu fin nilln 1 ist Snli pi n inn nt chili nil tlie i nil nskeil inuniil slilipniL (in Kiinnul the simu PH a iiintn f inn fi i i pinjiitul s, MKI into 1 ist Sin was a] n In puulinj; settl, i of the fi inilii e Anothci tho fust piottst nf its ilunnjr n 1 online I mjr on the tieo plantlnjf proj, foi Sin itoo deithts fentrn ilitinn tho Studio tiacl Oppose Cri pr ml One pititmn lioiinif sij.ii it H es, iilinj, elivin lots uid SL al lelt, Is jiinti till till u j; 1 J ILSLIlt 111 piojriini is sutfiuuil fni hi i H Ition tlu tins ni untlu mini snhu ilks u is also i linnul in tin pintrsts Titi s to 1 1 intid in UK eronlln i t nn rl ice) Committee Ulapa I'laii For Cavalca Plans foi n Builmtr line il to attend the openinp of the Go Gite Intcrmtional IR licinjc foinuilite a meetmir late tndav it the Rn Clllle h 1 1 of a rrmn 1'ip einnu.nl ait dt t p in pi ins foi p u lieipation in the f in I (b s in I nrtj ball .U Drt iinland utdiloriiim aiul sihition  on the sot of the movie "Man About Town whoie is woikinp with Comcdim Jick Benny The opcia lion was poifoimcd at a Glomhle lospitil b> Dr II G Westphil who oneo HPT tod hoi aftci an automobile iccidonl Coopm hoppod TII nn plane in Tex is when nfoimtd of h s ft condition uul was dm at hoi hod side Human DIVE IS CLAIMED FOR FORMER Too Much Racing, Says Board Member SACKAMTNIO, Fob Cl mile i'ai ki i nt membci of tlu btatx IIoisc Kacinp bond siid tod iy th it he believed tho iiuinboi of of lacmp pci nntlod Califoinu tncks shoulii be reduced Parker and Edwinl R Young, hoth of Los Angeles, were sworn in as members of the hoard hy Secretary of Slate Frank 0 Tor-dnn, in i hi icf cei emonv it tho jrovcinoi offiot Breese Made 700 Miles Hour., Says 1 1 duos HI spoods up t< 1 1 mm d Broest foi me foi Iht' RuwsliM Aeiou uiti( il c The concein for which he works claimed Breese had mode his rcc ord more thnn a jear ago Ri foi moi h wis oon not1 nidi s in hi. in ut u lod PpiinisiiU pdnt HOU i ic'st pilo 01 por ilion in Neu it Milk field Tie is woll Known ai ono of tho Pcnmsiihs pionoei CITY TO POT Louis Goecl M BALLOT en Replaced by R.C.Denlistl jl'Xecutne Fails to Kcap- point Hoaid Head Sin M idii loh is p nun [MI i d i IU ill u u i n i ills nl Ih, I miniji ip ,1 (luiiui iuinimir to ut. ti UK SUI'EKVISOKS OKEH n olutH 11 lust niirht 1 jil ;unl tilt. 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