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   San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - July 23, 1947, San Mateo, California                               1EU. ESTATE FOR SALE Jj! Kl.lNt.AMI' :1 UlUMdr. Horsruoi.n noons M i ALTOS rOR SALE un. "Business or Apt. House Lots tiiuf tv.0 Idrfc.) It'lJ- i'.Oi-r UolkJ piitc tic t-uui-'-t Oil urr.ij.. fcuDtU. ticlatJvr ROGERS REALTY CO. J1H ta.'L J'.'.Mjt SAX CUILOS HOME IN SAN CARLOS f. Jirid hobby sirdrr.. owsrr S. C. "68 a. a. tr I-UYE S yis. r.'ss :aj. eaiw; no- tir.. simy Isrc- rorst-r Jot. Ca.: 1C. X'. Sieves! on. SCC HaU Cwloo. PS. S. C. tassCi A D A Y MART 43 76 I1'-'-- beauiiful. '-32 Cadillac Sedan. 4J.' '41 Chevrolet Club Coupe. Ford De Luxe Tudor. '39 Ford 4-Door Si-dan. '39 Dodge Coupe. All Clean Cars. Rc-adv to Go. Double Cement Trays platr. partly 8H MrCue are- Stu KtLMOVT The Pt-nini-jla'i 3rs; BRAND NK'.V HOMKri WEST OF IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY THEY ARK JsEUJNU FAST DOWN Fun pnrr sioisSO la E. Doucl Co. Third Avr.Tir. San Maico Plionej, -5-3423 or 4O012 or call y; Tract Villa anil Belburn Ave.1 aiain road, oi j ___________REPWOOD CITY'___________ i POOR bedrooms. 2 tile baths. home, nearly completed, on acre of ground with tearir.s iruit crapes, etc.. double garafle. v.-. o! El Cammo. S19.5UO. K. V. Stevenson, i 903 Hall st., San Carlos. Ph. 249S-W I (33-RC) ----.i 517.50 up -.el c.s or. Eoct 54: .LL-.t o: P.'Jis. f.c. VAN i STORAGE i Motor Co. Ill California Drive Burlingame Accepted WH1ZZER GAS ENGINES JACK "SMITH' TOYS." s'ssj's i G. K. TOASTMASTKR. C ytar nrv 535.50 i ins of 3- pr. -oia. Erni chair. tab> and 2 end u- 119.50 Bray's Home Furnishings 105 2Mn iivt-.. S. M. Phone 5-0620 OPEN FRIDAY EVENING (-311 Colt 3-in barrel. holster. !5 60 Aie. San Mau-o. (43) MILLBUAE MONTEREY COLONIAL This charming 7-year-old home is built on a slope with a superbly j landscaped yard with secluded pa- tio and solarium. Approximately i 1600 sq. ft. of area, spacious ivlns room and full size dining :oom. Fully tiled kitchen that is a node! charm and efficiency. icautiful elevated bedrooms, fully j hath with stall shower. Large crvice area with extra bath. Central air conditioning heatine system. This home cannot be dupli- cated at the price of Allow us to show it to you today. Ex- RUSSELL REALTY CO. REALTORS "Buy or KOS-SELL" .473 BurltaKame Avc. Phone 4-2549 AI.IO____________ LOT 55x120. Lealand Manor. Palo Alto, restricted residential. All utili- ties and street- in. Phone S.M. 3-3623. (33 Palo Alto) LOS ALTOS your shower have a curtain? Or can'i r.'ou idl n hat. for certain? Doe.-s n at: a i-ail jn n windy sta? You d have- a shower tioo: i! you wcrt Harry Lee Pig. Htg. 145 Rollins P.d. Burlmsanie 2-1S91 SIN'GLE DeLuse bedsprmgs and mat- treis. 525; upholstered occaiional chair. 515: prewar custom made drapes, used very little, beautiful quality, floral pattern, reasonable. Phone 5-0704.   Must Sell Before Saturday Pontinr Station Wafcon. Well cared for, or.'.y one owner. Aimer Uurllnsnme, Apt. 5. Call 4-2149 after 6 p. m. H9> 1IM1 CHEVROLET 2-door, radio, heel- er, cootl tire.s. h-i prlre. Ph. Jirriwood Oily HIP) USED CARS PENINSULA'S Top Cash We buy any make, any model from 1929 to 1947. Cash in 5 minutes. SMALLCOMB CHEVROLET 100 California Dr., Burl. Phone 3-3671 CITY TRAFFIC BOX SCORE AUK. I New Arrivals 3J Sponsored LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 1944 CUSHMAN Motor Scooter, very good condition, all details complete, priced for quick sale 5175. Phone 3-2603. (50-B) AUTOS WANTED 51 TOP CASH FOR USED CARS and Equities, your San Mateo Dealer MOTOR SALES CO. 101 B St., San Mateo. Phone 3-8711 Want Cash? See us before you sell jour car to anyone. We're paying the highest cue prices to be found anywhere for USED CARS Burlingame Motor Co.'s BIG PONTIAC LOT LARGEST ON THE PENINSULA 118 Caiitornia Drive. Burimeame Open Sundays Phone 4-17SIS PRIVATE party would like '39 or '40 sedan. Phone 3-3056 before 6 p. m. or 3-0232 after. Ask for Mr. Gran- nis. 151) PRIVATE party will pay top cash for a good used car. Call Burl. 4-4414 after 5 p. m. (51) AUTO PAINTING AND REPAIRING S3 Car Painting Factory Finish Guaranteed Reasonable Prices Budget Service COMPLETE BODY SERVICE From simple dents and touch-up to wreck jobs and repainting Burlingame Motor Company Pontiac Building Opp. Burlingame S. P. Depot Burlingame 4-1794 Dale 1917 Fatalities R Injury Accidents 101 Citations for Movlnr Violations ............HO'J 1727 Cited during the past 48 hours: Larry Brazil, 45, San Francisco, speeding 55 mph on El Camino; Ma- rio Francesconc, 52, 832 Santa Inez, no registration on car; John Barnett, 55. 803 South Grant, hpt-ccl- inp. 38 mph on El Camino: Lonne Bromfield. 5.1, 575 Hayne roa'l, i-peed- ing 38 mph on El Camino; Jociif Burch. 51, Palo Alto, through sign, E. A. over 21. 1401 Xolrn Dame. IVlmonl. llirouth .ir- '.erial .sign: Curll.s, 55, rian Frnncl.'.co, throuSri red liKht: Harry Grlehhabrr. 21. fipdwood Cll.y, '.lirnupli arlfrial SIBIV. Basil Lolianoff. 4.1. Hrrt- wood City, through red llehi, Minnie Schwab. 49. 114 Stanley road, Riirhii- Kar.it1, through arterial slp.n; Rlley. 16. 124 Clarrmoni, no lor's lirrnsr in possps.Mon, I-'ur.cnt Roy. 24, Ran Francisco. Mierdlnu 10 mph on Third avr Wood, 1.11 52n WPM Ponlar. spccdlnu 35 ir.i.h Ion Ocrklrnlnl Wllllf Wrltlil. Norlh I'rrmont, IhroilRh nrlcrlal Men. Nrw BELMOXT. July lins j nii'i'inii; un dt-n ninilii-rsl and fuiiimilifc-mt-.'i of lht-j Cubs. Thi- pri-'.iram for ihei I'.fa.so.i discussed. Also a I 'Cub paci !ur Friday will be mark' i :r u, Ma'.r.i. Ta 72 j ry air i i 1 12 J. i-: i. were tern The Lions iominir.ce ih In San A cr.'t from ihe' CJub tin- r.ew, Jack EiddousJi. Dr. Lee Ganibiiz ar.d P. Davis. Uc-ii mothers presi-nt were Mrs. Irving Smhh, Mrs. P. Davis and .Mrs. Jules Louis Krauiz. Commiiu-enu-n Etiend-; ins were .Maurice Liiou. chair-; man. Richard Leonharui and; R. Mite-hell. Acting in the absence of T. E. Chris-i teiisen, who is ill, is Russc-1 i Sperry. his assistant. Sperry. 'will preside at tiie pack meet-: i. i ing which will be held in the Belmont school auditorium at i JS o'clock Friday night. There j -1 will be a movie and j refreshments. At South San Francisco rrjinci County Srrvicc) SOUTH SAK FSAKCISCO, July 23. A on -.va.s born here ye.su-rday :iooii a: the South San Francisco hos- pital to Hie wife Ar'antic Allen or 236 San Bruso avc.. OBITUARIES Sen. Deuel Dies in Chico CHICO. Calif.. July State Senator Charles H. Deuel Chico. veteran California lecislator. died last nieht a: Enloe hospital here. He was 79. A lifelonE Democrat, the former co- owner of the Daily Chico Record first was elected to the Mate senatrf in 1930 after sen-ins six years in the assembly. Deuel won recognition in the sen- ate from members of both parties for his non-partisan viewpoint. In spue of ill health he attended the entire recent legislative session. Deuel yeas a member of one of Butte county's pioneer families, his :aiher having settled in 1850 in Deuel was born Feb. 8, 1868. Survivors include the widow. the former Bartha Norman of C Idley, and a son. Norman, Sacramento. Fu- neral arrangements will be announced later. MRS. VALERIE McMAHOS Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock lor Mrs. Valerie McMahon who died Sun- day, July 20. at Atherton. Services will be from the McAvoy O'Hara mortuary. Tenth and Geary st.. San Fiancisco. Mrs. McMahon. known in Atherton and southern San Mateo county as "The Doll because of her plans to establish a doll manufacturing plant in her Ath- erton home, was a native of New York and was the widow of the late Col. Bernard McMahon. She is sur- vived by a sister, Mrs. Adelaide Cul- lerton, of San Rafael, and Mrs. Rose Kremer of San Francisco. Entomb- ment will be at Cypress Lawn Memo- rial park. Belmont Groups i 1 f-f-Alirt 1 ILIllL BELMONT, July Mem- bers of the Sportsmen's club and a group of Legionnaires enjoyed a picnic at Oak Cove, west of Belmont, Sunday. Joe Bellati was chairman. Attend- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Bellati, Dr. and Sirs. Caston Pope, Don and Iverne Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Valladao, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Bruflat, Miss Perrettet, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Page Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waldow Comdr. and Mrs. William Bart- lett and Miss Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. David Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Nugent and Wiley Nu- gent "Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rodrigue, Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Honerlah and sons, Roy and George of San Mateo, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Runstadler and sons, Roger and Peter Jr. of Menlo Park, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bertus Niehuis and Jerry and Bert Niehuis, Mr. and L. D. Anderson, Mrs. Mrs. Ella Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Marcel Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gates. DOMESTICATED Archeologists believe horses were domesticated in Babylon- ia about 3500 B. C. StockMarket NEW YORK, July and steels led stocks higher today on increased volume. The rise in rails brought the age for the General list to a new high since February 11. The rail averaee was at its best since March 6 and the industrial component, since a week ago. Railroad shares lifted the market after a steady to firm opening. Soon demand spread to the industrials. It was accelerated when U. S. Steel joined other companies in raisine pig iron prices. Numerous special is- sues registered gains ranging to more than 3 points and a sizeable list made new highs for the year or longer. Packing stocks had several strong soots, notably Cudahy which rose more than 3 points. "Wilson and ..___ _____ _........_, Armour were active and firm. Coro was a widely known sportsman in j (costume jewelry) on the curb rose War I Flier, Sportsman Dies (Times County Xews Serricc) BELMONT. July serv- ices for Captain JoSn H. Adams, 50, twice a former resident of Belmont, were held yesterday in Oakland. Adams died in Livermore on July 17 after a brief illness. He vas a mem- ber of the famed Lafayette Escadrille during World war I and was at one time a member of the French Foreign Legion. After World war I he served as a colonel in the Polish army. He Long Island and European circles and is described as havinc beea a live- eoal p. lo player. He first purchased t hom.e in Bel- mont on Mezes ave. approximately 10 years aco and later sold this prop- erty to b'uild himself another home on Oak Knoll drive. He sold sec- ond property and left Belmont two years ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ramona Shorb Adams, and his mother, Mrs. Anna Rldsway Adams of Long Island. POPULAR VARIETY "Lady Finger" bananas, which are one of the most popular varieties in countries where they can be eaten soon after being picked, but which are virtually unknown in the United States because they do not ship well may soon enter U. S. markets via air ship- ments. 20 PERCENT INCREASE Soil conservation practices creased production per acre an average of 20 per cent where they have been used, says the U. S. department of agriculture. Vital Statistics j on the house- action in freeing jewel- ry up to 525 from the 20 per cent excise tax. Robert Gair made a new high on higher eafninss. Hous- ton made a new high in the oils. Norfolk Western ran up 3 pts. and a long ling of other rails gained 1 to 2 points. Missouri-Kansas-Texas featured in turnover and firmed a fraction. American Woolen prior pfd., Allied Chemical, Curtis Publishing nfd. and Robert Reis 1st pfd. taincd more than 3 points each. New highs were made by American Can pfd.. Columbian Carbon, East- man Kodak, Federated Department Stores, Lowenstein Brothers, Doeh- Follansbee Steel, Gaylord Continer, Philadelphia Reading Coal Iron. Pittsburgh Coie, Pitts- burgh Consolidation Coal, and Hop- pers Company. Closing Dow-Jones stock averages: Industrial 184.85, up 1.17; rail 50.83, up 0.4'.i: utility 35.64. up 0.14; 65 stocks, 66.13, up Sales totaled shares com- pared with shares yesterday. Bond turnover of compared with Curb volume was 250.000 shares against 530.000 yester- day. i Following are Standard and Poor's stock and bond indexes (1926 stock in the United States have in- averaEC cquals SHOCKS 50 20 20 90 Indus Rails Utils Stox Today .....156.08 45.78 76.22 126.66 Yesterday ..155.24 45.35 76.02 125.39 Week ago ..155.72 45.20 76.61 124.41 Month ago 149.10 41.74 74.50 121.02 Year auo ...167.31 59.52 86.98 130.OS 1947 hish 156.47 50.30 82.23 128.63 1947 low ...133.53 30.53 G9.56 103.91 BONDS 10 20 20 50 Indus Rails Utils B'nds Today .....123.03 111.11 113.95 116.03 Yesterday ..122.95 110.82 113.94 115.90 Week 110.76 114.27 115.97 Month atO-.122.25 107.28 113.40 114.31 Year aso.. .122.25 107.28 11.1.40 114.31 Year nt'O ...122.88 118.40 115.05 118.78 1947 high ..123.97 114.97 114.52 117.10 1947, low-----121.81 106.10 110.31 113.57 SAN FRANCISCO. July took an upward Mvme this morning as prices marked up sub- stantial gains through most sections of the list, and a few new hishg ap- peared. Tradmc was at a motleralcly nrltvc parr. T total of 57 ilssucs wt-re traded in hhr.wing 27 Kain.s as compared with 12 losses and 18 un- e-hanecd. The average stood at 21.21. up 53 cents, Shares. Bid Ask 100 Atlas Diesel Eng ___ 8 8'< 200 Calif Packing 20 29'.. 400 Centrl Eureka Mining 1.10 1.15 200 Chrysler Corp Rl1; 100 Creameries of Amrr.. 16 10 Ciown Clruach pfd... 107 IOH DlGlorgio B 20 300 Eldorado Oil Works 34'< 35 .'iflo Emporium Capwcll 43'j 44 300 Farnsworlh Tclevsn 8 400 Galland Linen 6 6'i 100 Golden SUtc Milk 26 26', inn Hancock Oil 102 110 Kill Honolulu Consol Oil. 50 52', inn Hunt Foods 20'-? 2i'; 100 Luncrndorl B 24'< 25' ICO Lorklii-Ptl Aircraft 13'4 13J lino Nail Aillo l-'lbrrs IP Pric r.st AcKrrKates 77 li A. K 11- in Piif T ,t T 105 Kin Piiri'l Kf.lind P .t T 33-', 3-1' :inn Ki.yomcr 24 24" Rhmn MlB 22'i ion S W 1R FOR TODR CONVENIENCE FOR ALL OCCASIONS "Poss Flowers' Three Stores 24 Hour Phone Scrvlca San Mateo 3-1811 WHERE FLOWERS ARE FOREVER BEADTIPUL1 Ah Sam Floral Company Phone San Mateo 5-1S22 Local Delivery Three Times Daily Out of Town Once Daily THAT WHICH WORDS CANNOT KXPRESS Vistica's FLORAL SHOP 70 No. El Cnmlno. San Mateo 30285 San Mateo Florist We Telegraph flowers 2123 Kl Camino. S. M. Phone S-uua FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crosby, N. Gray Co. Dial Patterson O'Connell FUNERAL HOM1, Second Avt., 8. M. uM f l.lr Ill f.r "r ..f -mv ill.- h.-alth. (.r ;snv an. fun- or rMVutcttioM  uc-h aiul shall ft.r tin-ir acts the d ani- inaS. Abainncnt may he Mim- niary. ilist or tiiM-atv r.ir- 'I "iiU'-r. rlit- i-xui-iiNra of such ahatf- j inrnt In- a colleutabls lien, as provided, So. 10. This ordinaiuv .-.hall he nulOi-siu-d umv in the San Maten and Dailv .NVw.-, and shall he effei-tive UDnn the expira- tion of thirtv davs from and after the date of its adontion Edward J. Reillr Jlayor of the City of Sail Mateo. imild.. Niajrnaiu wattr in may rrt-vt-iHive abat'-nu-iil mnv im- iii, diait-lv be taken. 4. Ali or holding water jrtn- lioisonlt- 5. Improperly covered acciniui- lationrs of manure or which art- brt-edinc places for flit-s. moriduitoes or vermin, or winch Kive forth noisome Abatement may be summary. 6. Tlii- nolution of any water supply by sewajre. creamery industrial wastes. T. JV-nse smoke, noxious fumiis, Kas. soot or cinders in such ouantities as to render the occupancy of property uncom fortable to Person of, ordin- ary sciisihilities. S. All Duitlic expo.sure of per- sons havinjr a cnntaKiou-s dis- ease, or one defined as con- tasious by law. such as .-'houli .be quarantined. 9. The distribution of samples of medicine or drujrs. Such sam- ples may be summarily seized and destroyed. 10. Every eucalyptus tree and every other tree pronounced to be dangerous to the public sewers of the City by the City Engineer of said City, frroiv- iiifr in or upon anv street, or the sidewalk thereof in the City. 11. The maintenance, existence, or presence of a livery stable, brick yard or automobile wrecking yard, or the Ueoos- itinjr. storage maintenance, existence or presence of junk or junk iron or metal, or automobile parts or dilapi- dated or dismantled hiles or automobile parts, or manure or fertilizer, within any residential district in the city as the same are defined and described in the zoning laws of said city now in effect or hereafter adopted. 12. Any other acts, conditions, occupations, and uses of prop- erty which are in fact a men- ace to the public health may be abated. Sec. 3. Public Xuisances Affecting Morals and Decency. The following are declared to be nuisances affect- ing public morals and decency, sub- ject to the definitions of Section 1 and in addition to any other pro- visions of this ordinance: 1. Ail indecent or obscene pic- tures. pamphlets, maga- zines and newspapers. 2. The public use of profane or obscene laiiRuasre. 3. Bettinjr and bookmakinsr. and all apparatus used therefor. AJ1 other acts, thinps and ob- jects which are in fact men- aces to public morality and de- cency. Sec. 4. Public XuisancM Affecting Public Peace and Safety. The fol- lowmjr are declared to be public nuisances affecting- public ueace and -aftsty. subject to the definitions of 1. and in addition to any other provisions of this ordinance: 1. All explosives. inflammable liquids, and other dangerous substances stored in any man- r.er or in an.y amount other than that provided by ordin- ance. 2. All loud or unusual noises and annoying vibrations which of- fend the and quiet of ppr- _ ordinary sensibilities. 3. All buildings and alterations of buildings, or of parts there- of, made, or erected within th fire limits as established b e opted Resolution of Preliminary termination No. 47-1 tor the fol- ordinance in violation .of ordin ani-es prescribinsr the manne and materials of construction. 4. (HixtnictionK and excavations .Tilly 23. 24. 1947 afiei'tinc the ordinary use of tin- public of streets, ways, al- li'vs and .sidewalks or public trround. except when permitted by ordinance. 5. The keepiiifr of any animal in- cluding fowl, or permittins- the keeping thereof by the owner ner of :inv uremi-ipx within the city. which by any sound or crv miR-ht disturb the neighbor- hood. or interfere with any per- son in the reasonable comfort- able enjoyment of life and property. 6. Rainwater falling from any buildincr or structure upon anv All barbed wire fences within four leet of any public sidr- yalk: all wire, twine or ropu II-IICCK. consisting of one or more strands of wire, twine or roiie le-is than three feet in lu-iKlit within three fec-t of anv unblic: KJdBwalk All daiiKunnis unsuarded ma-' I'lnncry in any public place or oneratcd or situated on uri- to M l.-.4SVi.s. ,.i for jJJ.-U.'.'ji M -M Jt" '.'I J '-r UH- AM u of uu ,i.r. i TV. ASi- 1 Ja 1'i'K i'lV- r I'M -.nii-t- i-f U'r a.A'v'.r i! to .-.-.u-r J'l.M'i'l I Hi: I'i 1 .l.'ii '.U'-..lu'i In I't- .ili.ilid or rr- i 'i: i r .J .1: t :.t.. I V: r  .i.; v, '.-1. r i-. j i'..! i 1 he .1 r.t -.v i'i-i 1 i r L. -1- i-f i 1-Xlu tl U1V l.un. V SI '.'.i I "1" jllJ.'.lril, 3 i i: 1 flu Ai't Jfar- r i'..--..x-.; i-.'v T.'ir fi'i ,-n'jr; liy tnr vatc uropertv in ,1 "nnni. IL. n, v oiniui at uit: imblii- attiact the prioos naim-d for said work in his EHH tht Mftlirlrlo Mining 12c Pulp 58'i S8 100 Southern Par R R 45'j 46H 100 standard Ol! of Cnl 61-1< 100 TiclrttaliT Oil 21'j 21', 200 12'j ;oo linlnn Oil ol r.il 2.1-', :MU 200 Unupr.'.i! C cms (HI 31'  400 Ycl cV- DiPikiT Cnh 12V< 20 DQ ma 30'i Of fact a UL-ace anrl .v'aYJtv' 'Xnilnal Aotiop in sna" 11 .MUilire nny t) JJi-'JK'. lhe, "allforn i to aiK.tc a public nuisance as de- fined n, this cjrdin.-ciKV or ollu-r ordinance this Citv. by "ho f- y or bv District Attor- ney of San Mateo an-l h ft said officers .shall hiu-r. I nnnP'11 hrins such aolio" r ,c' Citv. i Citv Attorney shall brinp such fiiri'ct11" 10 do <-ouiu-il dc-t.-rmiiu-s n nui.sjuice1 ts upon prlvatft nroporty wnhin! (Itiflnilions nf thih nnlinuurr :i i noiicc upon i lu- owiu-r. occupant, nr other iM-rson in oT UK- IH.III- oriv dcm.-iiHlini; Mich miiMinp< IHI d i scon t MI iitMl. n Imt or t h.i F prom r In- I taken tri nrovt-nt Midi from rociirrinc. n ru-r I'p.'it snrli own i r or or in conirol cannot ftUiml, not pnslPll on pl'nlH-MV ;i I JUKI .11 tllfj 'K v II. An f f iduvii of or iif ic.- n ftrr search. nutM n''n 1 o nnd fllfd by the officer ur person responsible. the the the Phont434l5 HOWARD AVE BURLINCAMC WAHY I. the undersigned, hereby certify -hat the forc-cointr ordinance is a "ill. trje and correct copy of Or- dinam-e N'o. 614 of the City of San Mateo. (.-milled as above: that It was introduced on Julv 7. 1947. and Hdonied by the Council of said City on July 21. 1947. by the following vote: AYES, and in favor thereof Councilmen: HaberJin. Creedon. Speers. Reilly. N'OES. Councilmen: None ABSENT. Councilman: Wehe. That it was published in the San Mateo Times and Daily News Leader on the 23rd day of July. 1947. and will eo into effect thirty days after us final pasasee. Dated: July 22. 1947, (Seal) WILTJAXI J. O'FARRELi. City Clerk of the City of San Mateo. July 23. A'OTICE OF PHOPOSKD 1MPHCVE- MEXT WESTWOOD. ET XL XO. 4T-1 NOTICE IS HEUEBT GIVEN that on July 21. 1947. pursuant to Ar- ticle IX of the San Mateo Improve- ment Procedure Code, the City Council of the City of San Mateo adopted lowine: improvements: That 36th Avenue between Lot 34 and the Northerly extension of the westerly boundary of Lot 70 Laurel Creek Farms: 37r4i Avenue between Westwod Tract and Cole- erove Street: and Hacienda Street between 37th Avenue and 39th Avenu.e be improved by Rradinf? and constructing therein crusher run water bound rock macadam base pavement with an asphalt macadam wearinc surface. Port- land cement concrete curbs and Butters, vitrified clay pipe sani- tary sewer mains, wye branches and house laterals, with standard manholes comnlete with cast iron frames and covers and wrought iron -steps, and cement concrete pipe storm drains and catch ba- sins with cast iron frames and covers, and electrolier system complete with underground cable and conduit. Said work and improvement will be done under Article I of said Im- provement Procedure Code and bonds on all unpaid nssesments will he issued under Bond Plan A of Ar- ticle III thereof. For further par- ticulars reference is hereby made to said Resolution of Preliminary Determination on file in the office of the City Clerk of jaid City. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Monday, the 4th day of Aufrust. 1947, at the hour of eifrht o'clock P M at the Council Chambers of the Council of said City in the City Hall of said City are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where any and all persons in- terested may apnear and show cause, if any they have, why the City Council should not find and determine that the public conven- ience and necessity require the im- provements described and referred to in said resolution, without fur- ther comnliance with the Special Assessment Investigation. Limita- tion and Majority Protect Act of 1S31. Dated: July 22. 1947. (Seal) WILLIAM J. O'FARRELL. City Clerk of the City of San Mateo (1114) A'OTICE OF AWARD OK CONTRACT GLEXWOOD HEIGHTS -VO. 4II-M.1 XOTICR IS HEREBV GIVEN that Hie City Council of the City of San -Miite-o did. in a public meeting thereof held on the Kith day of June. publicly open, examine anil declare all sealed proposals or bids duly received in response to invitation therefor, for dointr the work and making the improvements described In Resolution of Inten- tion Xo. 46-23 of said Council, adopted April 7. 1947. to which llfSolution of Intention reference is hnrc-liy made for a description of the work and improvements and the district to bo asseKscd. and a de- scription of the bnnd-s proposed to lit; issiu-ri to rciiresent unpaid nsses- iiH-nis. n mi for further Particulars. NOTICE IS HKUEBY (1IVEN that, following the examination of the bids ivci-ivcd. the City Council on tin- 21st liav of July, 1847. awnrdcd the snid work and 1m- !irovi-nn-nt.s to tilt- lowc-st repnhir bidder, lo-u-it: 1., C. Smich at for -said work in his is iK-reby made. ._. (.St-ali J. O'FAKRKLLi, i'ltv ricrk of the Tity of San Mateo Julv 21. (1131) for Quick Results BIG A courteous Wont Ad Taker i will help you prepare your Classified Ad   

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