Fahey Speaks

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of Corice of and and student has to the of San Mateo Club Endorses Court House Move Speakers on the county charter, D. Sullivan, assistant district attorney attorney of Sar Matco county, and John J. Fahey, addressed the mem- liors of the Woman's Club of San Mateo yesterday. Attorney Sullivan Sullivan told of the advantages of the present setup, and Fahey s p o k against the charter provisions. The speakers wore deserving of a larger audience as their talks were interesting and informative. In response to a letter from the East Side Improvement club urging urging that the club endorse the move- meat io have the county c o u r house moved to this locality, the cluii members endorsed the movement movement w i t h the motion made by Mrs. John L. McGinn, who alfo introduced introduced the speakers, Mrs. Me- Ginn was appointed by the president, president, Mrs. William Ely, to work with the county committee on the preservation of forests and parks. The next meeting of the club will be on November 5 with a no- hostess luncheon at the Benjamin' Franklin hotel at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. flower The gold man, Johnson Merrill and 2nd. SAX bridge 23, when turned -shore. Myles a pin puP°d over, toss'ng to the P the of . .

Clipped from The Times22 Oct 1936, ThuPage 5

The Times (San Mateo, California)22 Oct 1936, ThuPage 5
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