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San Mateo Times (Newspaper) - December 29, 1958, San Mateo, California Liz, Guiness Honored by Film Critics NEW YORK <UPI' Alec Guiness and Elizabeth Taylor off with top acting honors today in the annual poll of the nation's film critics by Film Daily, the movie industry's trade Guiness was cited for his por- trayal of a British officer in "The land San DEATHS Grace Bovet Dies at 82 Graveside funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow for Mrs. Grace B. Bovet, 82, socially prominent member of the Bovet and Borel families of San Mal-j Bridge On the River a p.m. Francisco. She died 4 on Saturday at Peninsula performance for which he re- j h ita, foUowing an attack of ccived an Oscar earlier this I year. Spencer Tracy's perform- bronchitis, ance in "The Last Hurrah" won him runner-up honors. Miss Taylor was her performance as Tennessee Williams' Hot Tin Roof." "The Bridge on honored for "Maggie" in "Cat on A the River Kwai" also swept top honors in three other categories in the poll of more than 2.000 newspaper movie direction, pho- tography and screenplay. The performance of Red But- ter.; as airman Joe Kelly in "Sayonara" won him top honors as the best supporting actor, vdiile Hope Lange garnered 'com- pa-able honor? among actresses for her performance as Cross in "Peyton Place David Ladd. son of actor Alan Ladd, was named top juvenile actor on the basis of his perform- ance in "The Proud his movie debut. Patty McCormack was honored for the best perform- ance by a juvenile actress for her portrayal in "Kathy 0'." She won (he same honor two years ago for her acting in "The Bad Seed." European actress Maria Schell. runner-up to Miss Taylor in the best actress category, was cited "find of the year" on the basis of her performance in the French import "Gervaise." For their work on "The Bridge on the River' Kwai." David Lean honored as the outstanding director: Jack Hildyard for the best photography, and Pierre Boulle for the best screenplay. A native of San Francisco, she was the daughter of the late An- toine and Grace Borel. Antoine Borel was famed as a pioneer San Francisco banker and philan- thropist. A native of Switzerland, he came to San Francisco in 1862, founded the banking firm of Borel and company, and engaged in numerous other ventures, in- cluding the Spring Valley Water company and the California street Cable car company. Mrs. Borel made her home in San Mateo on the Borel estate at 145 Borel avenue. As a girl she lived in the famed old Borel mansion in San Fran- Selena cjsco at Washington and Frank- i lin streets, long since torn down. Mrs. Bovet was the last of the New Airline Strike Looms By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The threat of a strike next month against National Airlines loomed today as two other major airlines remained grounded by labor disputes. Borel line. A brother, Antoine Borel, died in Los Angeles Dec- ember 5. Her sister, Mrs. Cotton, died a couple of years ago, and another sister, Chonita Borel, died last May. She was a sister-in-law of Superior Judge Aylett R. Cotton. She spent most of her years on the Peninsula, except for liv- ing for a time at her father's chateau in Switzerland. She de- voted her life to her friends and family. In addition to her husband, Louis A. Bovet. well-known as an artist, Mrs. Bevel leaves four sons, Antoine Bovet of Portola Valley, Louis A. Bovet Jr. and Eric B. Bovet of San Mateo, and Gilbert E. Bovet of San Fran- cisco, and a daughter, Mrs. Grace B. Fick of San -Mateo; a nephew, Attorney Aylett Cotton of Hills- borough; neice, Mrs. Clyde Rob- ert Sweet, the former Mary Grace Borel, of Los Angeles, and seven grandchildren, Chonita, and Jac- queline Bovet of Portola Valley; Jan, Leanne and Diane Bovet of San Mateo, and Harold Jr. and Ronald Fick, also of San Mateo. Friends may call until 10 HORTENSE GOUDY TIEULIE Mrs. Hortense Goudy Tieulie, 72, 28 Twenty-eighth avenue, San Ma- teo, was found dead in bed at her home shortly before 2 o'clock Sun- day afternoon. A member of the Arctic Ocean Floor May Be Mountainous WASHINGTON The floor of the Arctic Ocean may be as i rugged as the Rocky Mountains, a scientist reported today. ihary, she had been under a phy- French Hospital Women's The report was one more close- sician's care for heart and respira-1 up of Mother Earth provided by tor ailments. She was the widow of the late Julian Tieulie, mother of Rene Goudy; mother-in-law of Mrs. Del- phine Goudy; grandmother of Rob- ert and Lorraine Goudy; great grandmother of James and Karen Goudy; sister of Mrs. Marie Dal- mon of France, Mrs. Albine Ma- drieres, Mrs. Aurelie Pechoultres and Henri Ladrech of France; sis- ter-in-law of Mrs. Marie Ladrech of France and Alphonse Pechoul- tres, Mrs. Natalie Garrigues, Mrs. Adeline Goudy and Mrs. Germaine Tieulie. She is also survived by a number of nephews, nieces and cousins here and in France. Mrs. Tieulie was a native of Grandvabre (Aveyron) France. Funeral services will be con- ducted from Gantner, Maison, Domergue chapel in San Francis- co at 9 o'clock on Wednesday, thence to the Church of Notre Dame des Victorier for a requiem high mass at a.m. Entomb- ment will be in Holy Cross cem- etery mausoleum. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Donations to the French Hospit- al Centennial fund are preferred. Friends may visit at the chapel until 9 p.m. Tuesday. Graveside services will be con- preparing to take a strike vote over discharge of a National em- ploye in .Vew York iast year. A union spokesman said if the vote favored the strike, it could btgin early next month. One third of the nation's com- mercial airliners currently stand idle because of strikes at Eastern Air Lines and American Airlines. JOHN JONES SAX BRUNO John Jones, 65, 8Sli Masson avenue, a guard at EiteU-McCullough, died yesterday at Peninsula hospital after a long illness. A native of Austria, Jones was a veteran of World War I and a The New York Times said the of the American Legion, federal mediators plan to pos'' 409' He had lived in San Bruno 28 years. Survivors include a new proposed settlement of the dispute between Eastern and its flight engineers. Ladies' Auxiliary To Aid Israel his widow. .Mary; a son, Richard, two daughters, Mrs. Helen Bowell and Mrs. Mary Shea; a stepson, Michael and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednes- day at a.m. from San Bruno OLGA J. FRUGOLI Mrs. Alga J. Frugoll, 47, died suddenly Saturday at Mills hos- pital. A native of California, she resided at 1697 Ralston avenue, Belmont. She is survived by her husband, Laurence Frugo-li, and a son, Laurence Frugoli Jr., both of Bel- mont; a sister, Mrs. Elma Isola of Millbrae; a brother, John Lomori of Daly City, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lomori of Palo Alto. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at White Oaks Chapel, thence to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church where a Requiem Mass will be offered commencing at The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o'clock. Interment will be in Holy Cross cemetery, Colma. RUTH L. FLOYD Mrs. Ruth L. Floyd, widow of the late Edward W. Floyd, for- mer operator of the Burlingame Downtown Club Elite and the Fireside tavern in San Mateo, suc- cumbed to a sudden heart attack at Goldfield, Nov., on December 24, it was learned here today. She was on her way to her home in Oakland, having moved there two years ago. Mrs. Floyd leaves four sisters, Mrs. Mabel Steele, Oakland; Mrs. Myrtle Cawker, Burns, Ore.; Mrs. Mary Brossard, Mrs. Jean Mercer, San Francisco, and a brother Guy Fisher, Escalon. Funeral arrangements are pend- ing at Patterson and O'Connell chapel. FRANCISCA A. PERUCH Francisca A. Peruch, 67, 107 South Fremont street, San Mateo services by the American Legion Mrs. Hyman P. Aid to will be held Tuesday evening In- Israel chairman of the Peninsula termer.t will be in" Golden Gate auxiliary' No. 688, is in charge of i cemetery. the local campaign to help raise funds for the purchase of a blood bank refrigerator to be presented to the Tel Hashomer hospital inK- Tel Aviv, Israel. The drive, which started this month, is beinp conducted among auxiliaries of the department of California. Ladies' auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans .of the Uni't- ed States anil a check will be Funeral Home here. Memorial j died at Peninsula hospital yester- MAUDE R. BAUGHMAN Mrs. Maude R. Baughman, 78, Bernal avenue, Burlingame, ness. following a five weeks' ill- She was a native of Italy and is survived by her husband, An- gelo Peruch of San Mateo, and two children, John and Franck Peruch, also of San Mateo; three sisters in 26 a daughter. Italy, and three grandchildren in U.S. scientists during the Interna- tional Geophysical Year, which ends Wednesday. It was made by geophysicist Kenneth Hunkins of Columbia Uni- versity's Lamont Geological Lab- oratory at a meeting of the Amer- ican Assn. for the Advancement of Science. Hunkins reported on what the underwater world looked like a world through which the nuclear submarines Nautilus and Skate worked their way carefully a few months ago. Above the path taken by the sub- marines, U.S. scientists floated on a wandering table of ice. Using echoes from explosions, they charted the Arctic Ocean bot- tom. They found a huge underwater plateau stretching from Ellesmere Island, the northernmost point of Canadian territory, to eastern Si- beria. High Winds Hit U.S. 99 LOS ANGELES the Board of Trustees of the HTLLSBOKOUGH SCHOOL, DIS- TRICT. 7. Each bid shall be sealed and filed with the Secretary of the Board on or before the eighth day of JANUARY, 1559, o'clock P.M. on that day In the office ol the Superintendent of Schools, 54J Eucalyptus Avenue, Hlllsboroug-h California. 8. Envelopes containing bids shall be plainly marked, "BIDS" 9. The Board of Trustees of the HTIVL.SBOHOUGH SCHOOL, DIS- TRICT reserves the right to reject any and all bids "waive any Irregularity in any bid received and to be the sole judge of the suitability of the supplies, cuiuip rnent, and services offered. Ilnles otherwise required by law, no bid- der may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after the date set for the opening: thereof. By order of the Board of Trus- tees. SCHOOL DISTRICT. DATED: December 10, 1958. CARLISLE H. KRAJIER, Secretary. To be published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo, California, Dec. 22, 29, 1958. (609) Established 18M flan Mateo County's Leading Dally Newspaper BORAGE W AMFHLHTT Publisher- 1917-1933 Owned and Published by AMPHLETT PRINTING COMPANY a California Corporation 1 Hart Clinton President-Publisher Walter A. Jack Vice-Presldenl Janet E. Amphlett Treasurer Anne Brubaker Harold Turnbiad Editor Richard Thrift, Business Manager GENERAL INFORMATION Publishing Office 149 Second avenue, San Mateo, Cam. Telephone Diamond 3-1831 Branch Offices 1453 Burllngame avenue Telephone Diamond 3-1891 2734 Broadway. Redwood Telephone BMerson 9-1791 MEMBER Audit Bureau of Circulation The Associated Press and The United Press international The San Mateo Times is the Official Newspaper of the City of San Mateo and of the County of San Mateo. National Advertlslni Representative OILMAN NICCOLL Hi ftOTHMAH Boston, Mass., Chicago. HI.. New York, N Y.. 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City 64 35 43 29 Phoenix Brownsvlle 57 Pttsburgh 45 36 Chicago 62 37 Red Bluff 57 41 Denver 37 22 Reno 4fl IS Detroit 40 23 Sacramnto 56 39 El Centro 72 47 salt "Lake 35 FBlrtmnks -15 San Dleso 06 Ft. Worth 67 38 Sarj Fran 55 Fresno 55 40 Seattle Helena 38 15 Spokane Kan. City 60 31 Stockton Las Ancles 67 47 Thermal Miami 79 58 Tucson Minneaplis 39 !5 Wash. New Orlns 33 41 Precipitation Albuquerque 1.24 Salt Lake city 05 Atlanta .M San Francisco .01 Denver .07 Seattle 14 Fairbanks .13 Washington .08 WEATHER 48 43 50 43 38 73 57 43 75 45 si High........ ----56 RAINFALL 24 hours Season ending to to date 8 a.m. date last year San Mateo .05 1.99 9 15 Airport .07 2.07 9.29 Redwood City .02 1.31 745 registered for a.m. BUILDING PERMITS Totals for 1957: San Totals for 1988: San Totals for December: San Permits Issued December 57, 1938: San PENINSULA LODGE ii 745 P. a A. M. NMS.r? Tllton Ave. at Ellsworth 'We welcome all Masons to visit our new every Wednesday evening. Joseph B. Youni Worshipful Master 500 19th Ave. San Mateo Ted Fellows. Secretary J673 Fair Oaks Ave.. Redwood City SAN MATEO LODGE. B.RO. ELKS, No. 1112 Meets every Wednesday eve- ning at 229 W. 20th Ave.. San Mateo. Vls'.tlni brothers cor- dially Invited. LEO M. PERKO Exalted Ruler J. Fred O'Nell. Secretary SAN MATEO LODGE No. 226 P. A. M. Tllton Ave at Ellsworth Meets every Thursday All sojourning Masons welcome. Albert A. Uhlrlch. Worshipful Master 1621 Elm St.. San Carlos Earl A. Davis. Secretary 118 13th Ave.. S M FI 5-4293 PENINStTLA CHAPTER. (Roslcruclan Order) Convocations on first and third Thursdays of each month. AMORC members welcome. Ltnd mont. Paul W. Van Zfcndt, Muter. JTJ6-1M8. San Mafeo Monday, Dec. 29, 1958 GOLDEN GATE COMMANDER? No. 18. Knights Templar Tllton Ave. at Ellsworth. San Mateo All Sir Knights are invited to visit our CommandPry _ Asylum on Monday evening. For turther Information call E. V. GRANTHAM. Dl 2-5195 Masonic Temple, Di 3-B725. ROYAL Arch Masons, s. M. chapter 100. Masonic temple. S. San Fran- cisco. Meetinc nights, 8 p.m. First and Third Weds. C. J. Van Duker. High Priest, DI 3-3351. Georse B. Butts. Sccty. JUno 8-0352. 5-DEATH NOTICES 27, 1958, Grace B. Hovel, beioved. wife of Louis A. BoveL ol Sail Ma- teo; loving mother of Louis A. Bo- vet Jr., and Kric B. JBOVCL cl ban Mateo, Antoine F. Bovet of Wood- side. Gilbert, E. Bavet ol San Fran- cisco and Mrs. Grace B. Ficl: of San Mat to; a native of Caiilornia Graveside services will ue Tuesday morning at, n a.m.. Cyp- ress Lawn Memorial park, tllenus may call until 10 a.m. Tucsuay morning at the chapel or Sneiuer Sullivan, 15 North. Ellsworth, San Mateo, B E ATT 28, I95B, Francis J. Beatty. Lt. Col. (Ret.) USAr1 dearly beloved husband of .Mary Madelyn lieatty, loving step-lather ol' Mrs. Betty Jane Ilowell de- voted grandfather o: Robert Lyn.i Leslee and David Howell. A mem- ber ot Elks ol N. Y., and Fioyd Bennett Aviauoa uost No. 333 American Legion. Wednesday morning at o'clock at Halsted 6: Co., Sutler St. Initrmeiit, Golden Gate Matioaal cemetery. San Mateo. Decemba 37, 1958, Hoi-tense Goudy Tieulie dearly beloved wife ol the Julian Tieulie; loving mother of Rene Goudy; mother-in-law ol Mrs. Delphine Goudy; devoted grand- mother <ft Robert and Lurrama Goudy; sreat grandmother ol James and Karen Gaudy; aovlnr sister of Mrs. Mane Dalrnun of France, Mrh. Albme Madrieres. Mrs. Aurelie and Hen- ri ol France; slster-m- law ot Mrs. Marie Ladrech of France, Alphonse i'echoultres Mrs Natalie Garriaues. Mrs AdeVia Goudy and Mrs. Germanic Tieulie- also survived by nephews cousins here and in .Franco: a na- tive of Grancivabre France; aged 72 years; a member cr French Hospital Women's auxiliary Funeral Wednesday, December 31 at 9 a.m. at the chapels of Gant- ner, Maison, Dome rg tip, 777 Va- lencia St., near .Nineteenth street San Francisco, thence to the church of Noire Dame des Vic- tolres, where a requiem high mass wlil be offered at En- tombment, Mausoleum, Holy Cross cemetery. Rosary, Tuesday evening at H p.m. i Donations In her memory to ths French Hospital Centennial fund preferred.) (Visiting hours until B p.m.j 5A FLORISTS Don't omit flower's Pearce-Wahlgren Florists 140 East 3rd Ave., a. M. Dl 3-4531 6-FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crosby-N. Gray Co. FUNERAL No. 3 Park Rd., Burl. DI 3-5891 MORTICIANS SNEIDER SULLIVAN 15 N. Ellaworth. 8.M. DI3-1804 7 PERSONALS HALL FOR RENT In Belmont. Lodges, clubs. Panics Call LYK11 3-7607. 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