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Defiant Orders ITALIAN MEETING HITS MUDSLINGING; FOR STEIN, Out CHENEY AND FITZGERALD Jlutin Pltl « er * ld - Bnul ° 8tem «* Councilman Chute K. Ohtoey, running independent in the San Mateo city E A D race, were endorsed at a largely attended meeting of the -- h o all in pni of eel! shortly steps his pro- Eastern lean Italian Progressive club here Saturday night. Endorsement wan voted after their three opponents by the San Mateo Oituena' association, had submitted their plea to the gathering, which filled the Odd Fellows hall to overflowing Cheney and Stem also spoke, following addresses by iylett K Cotton and Superior Judge Maxwell McNutt, opened the meeting* under chau * manship of Frank Lodato, nresi dent imp of of the club Fitzgerald was May salvo the of of he he no the mm of from ex and I his unable to attend on account of the death of a sister, Mrs Myra Keegan Councilman Cheney gave a brief outline of his work with the board for th» past two years and predicted continued growth ftnd development of the citf under present policies He told of tax reductions and studies being made to further reduce government costs . " Economy giatform 1J 5!tein, secretary of the HatfVian ' Cisco Longshoremen's association, and a resident of Hayward Park for many years, apoke on an economy program which is his platform "Ma as have been the econo- mice of the past year, we hope they may be fui ther extendet without crippling the high grade of city service," he said "I have made eionomv m government my platform and I believe it is th« gieatest issue at present If elect ed, I shall give my best ability and efforts to further economies at the city hall" Ernest Clewe told the gathering his name had not been given suf ficient mention in the newspapers and he did not think it was right Candidates William Whitaker and Max Elftman spoke on their qualifications for office Mayor Cotton outlined pi ogress on the city's $40,000 municipal golf course nearing completion in East San Mateo and installed as a woik relief project with county and city aid Other city projects were outlined as showing the work of the administration for growth and development of the city Deplores Mud Slinging Supenor Judge McNutt said he deploied "mud slinging" by certain candidates which he said had al ready appeared in the campaign Ho advised voters to secure information from reliable sources before jeciding issues m the campaign Unwarranted attacks have been nade on officials and others, de- Jared the jurist who was elected ast November by one of the larg est majoritcs ever given a candidate in San Mateo county Chnnmnn Lodato whose address included a message m the Italian language to club m mbera present, made a stirring appeal for union of all political creeds in support of PJ esident Roose\clt's program to end the economic crisis ' A l l should cooperate to rcaf- 'irm our faith in President Roosevelt a* a great leader," said Loda- o ' He has started the wheels of irospenty by prompt action on the mnking situation and has shown n many other ways that he is en- itlcd to the united support of all true Americans " Baywood Vote Attacked In answer to a charge by Candidate Clowe that the present city council showed lack of coinage in Quake Probe Of Sehoo T s in LA. to Begin LOR lx* A jury, to be impaneled today, was to start an invtstiRation into construction of public school buildings which suffered severe damtge--m the recent earthquake First action was to follow com pletion of an inquest to determine to what extent faulty building con structir-n was responsible for the eighty seven cases of violent death due directly to building collapses The inqu°st IB scheduled for Tuesday The Amencan Red Cross has fixed the earthquake death list at 119 persons, although perhaps a score more died as a result of shock JOistrict Attorney Buion Fitts planned to transmit the coroner's jury fmdmgB to the gland jury facts do not warrant criminal ac t on, it is proposed to draft legislation giving the grand jury au thoiity to indict contractors failing to comply v,ith specifications Hunt Robbers Who Chloroformed Lady OAKLAND, March 20--(IP)--A robber who chloroformed Mrs Florence Graves, wife of a promi neut local attorney, while she laj asleep m her home, \vgs hunted pol ce today The victim's daugh ,er, Mrs Kathryn Picketing, found ler mother unconscious when she relumed home shortly before mid night After ransacking the house of several hundred dollars' worth of jewelry, silverware and clothing, the marauder escaped through a indov. Ubl'KhSSION HirS CRIME NEW YORK, Maicn 20-- (LP)~· Depression struck the underworld of New Yoik last ytar, and major crmes decreased 17 pei cent from .he level of the ear befoic, Po ice Commissioned Edward P Mul rooney informed Mayor John P O'Brien in his annual report Crimes of violence decreased 2 6 per cent, Muhooney said ICE

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  1. The Times,
  2. 20 Mar 1933, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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