Burlingame Charter Meet CCKreis
Burlingame Charter Meet Set for Monday* Opjv^in:, Â»;de.Â« to the Burlin- came charter spensi election L'4 Tndav Ivjai: a t ' i v e I'joponer:'^ l ::\i i3.1eii for a campaign conr.V'te T.eetjnt: Monday niQh! u map plans for a drive Bi'.'i Â«ides were ;.iven an equal opp;r!'_r.i:y to present Their views ].'ix! nisnt at a meeting of Burlin- x -..-Â·Â· Po-i No 163 American Lev . \~ the Lemon is. by us Â·.:.'. u'ion. non-political, the meeting Â«:Â·; declared "in recess" w h i Al:red R- Doerin,: a member of hoard of freeholders, spoke in fa- v o r of th* charter and John Clarkson spoke in opposition The jxist took no official action after granting oppsing sides the courtesy of making their presentation. C. Coolidge Kreis, chairman of the Burlingame Citizens' Charter 1 committee, announced today t h a committee of more than 50 rens were working for a f a v \ote. I "The committee members expect to see an overwhelming favorable vote caÂ«t for the charter" Kreis said "On that dav the voters will h a v p t h e opportunin to the gratitude and appreciation to the board of freeholders Tor the manv months' hard work they in on the charter." None of the freeholder* are serving on the citizens' committee. The freeholders are. C. H Bessett, Frank Burrows George N. Coleman. Arthur W. Crump. Alfred Doering. Norman E. Dole, Cora Finger, John C. Forsythe. Asa zier Edward Hevey Jr.. Robert Higsins. A. A. Hock, Richard C. Lew : is and J. Ed McClellan.