- San Mateo Times Friday, April 18, 1958 Big Crowd En joys Music At Hillsdale Hy ( ULSTER W1NTON The Hillsdale orchestra end chorus, under the direction of Robert Jsli. presented a musical concert before a near capacity audience Tuesday. The concert, held in the Hillsdale auditorium, featured everything from South Paclfk music: to spirituals. The next music concert that will be sconsored by Hillsdale will be a band concert on June 4. On April 26 the elementary school will present a music festival at Hillsdale High to which the general public is welcomed. It iippears that more and more, music, art, and general culture are playine a prominent role in Hillsdale activities. The public is always welcomed, and all events will he publicized in this column. The second of Hillsdale's biannual Frosh - Soph fun nights was held last Friday in the school's gym area. The evening, sponsored by the Fresr.man class, began wjth two hours of. swimming ant.' games which included ping - pong, volleyball .nd badminton. At 9 p.m. Dick Crest, TV personality, made his guest appearance. He was followed by the "Deadbcals," a Hillsdale rock and roll band which furnished dance musi till midnight. On April 25 the Associated Boy Students will sponsor an all - school fun night which will include swimming and games. Highlight of the evening will be a student - faculty baskMball game. This will be followed by a dance. Just a reminder that open house at Hillsdale High school will begin at 7:30 on April 23 in the auditorium. Parents of Hillsdale students are urged to attend. Hillsdale students got a good idea of real western living when students Df Pueblo High school from Tucson, Arizona, put on its "Fesl.ival of Music" at a double assembly before Hillsdale's student body. Pueblo High brought several choral groups as well as its band and orchestra. Hillsdale students were generally impressed with this change of pace assembly and Jim CreightDn, student body vice - president, hopes to get more assemblies depicting different cultures and ways of life. Too often, too many people think - that unly thfir culture or way of life is the correct one and refuse to accept or to listen about another. Speakers describing life in other countries or other regions o our country will help students to become more tolerant of other cultures and realize that they are one .mail part of a huge "crazy mixed up world." There will be car models from the years 1901 to 1942 parked at the motel Sunday morning. Approximately 50 people for breakfast are expected. Half - Size Outfit PRINTED PATTERN 1 4647 famous shirtwaist Sil - Srd pnts - rn or 1 ; - tlj titeusr.; Htirtd to M'KE AEAMS - ( Sn Mateo Tlm?.i arrt Newt I.fd - r r'VTii'.r; dept. in WW. 17co St. BTYljE NUMBER. Chapel L Highlands FUNERAL DIRECTORS A. V. SCOTT . H. C. LARSON conTOfDarr tesms Ml LIBRAE. PhoM JTJ 8 - 5116 BiPPW WmmwY " - .Hn xmWmTmM mr aW mm Mi'"mWitmmm mwiSsB - eBpH Ikmmmm ' 'KmW A BRONX CHEER FOR SPRING Three Highland Park Zoo polar bears that frolicked happily in the snow and cold of last winter look less than gay today, possibly about the DEATHS ANNA HELEN BISHOP WOODSIDE Mrs. Anriii Helen Bishop, aunt of Mrs. Oliver Dibble Jr. of Woodside, died yesterday in h Santa Barbara hospital after a long illness. She was it resident of Santa Barbara, but spent much of iter time in this area and was a member 'of the Frsncisca club. Her husband, the late Francis Bishop, was a member of the Bohemian and Pacific Union clubs. Survivors include ti - .ice other nieces. Mr::. Arthur McDowell of San Franc .sco, Mrs. Gordon H. True Jr. of Grass Valley, and Mrs. Lloyd W. Swift of Arlington, Va.: and 3 nephew, James Hall Bishop Jr. of Santa Barbara. EMfL A. FISCHER REDWOOD CITY limil A. Fischer, 75 . 94 Grand street, died yesterday sit Sequoia hospital. He is survived by a son, Emil A. Fischer Jr. of Redwood City. Funeral arrangements are pending at White Oaks chapel, San Carlos. EDWIN h. JONES REDWOOD CITY - Edwin R. Jones, 7!, ;i retired San Francisco Dolice officer, died today at his home, 61 Nueva street, after a short illness. A native - of California, Jones served for 30 years or. the police force, retiring in 1943 as an inspector, He had made his home in Redwood City for the past nine Surviving are his widow, Louise, Redwood City; three . daughters, Mrs, Mabel Keating. New York City: Mrs. Edna L. Kahn, Berkeley, and Mrs, Loraine Alford or Merced: a sister, Mrs. Alberta Bales, Alameda: a brother, William T. Jones. San Francisco, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at t p. m. Monday from Redwood chapel. Interment will be in Alta Mesa Memorial park, Los Altos. MRS. GERONIMA OTTONELLO SAN BRUNO A requiem high mass will be celebrated Monday at 9:30 a. m. from St. Dunstan's Catholic church in Millbrae for Mrs, Gcronima Ottonello, 70, of 216 Cypress avenue. Millbrae, who died yesterday at Peninsula hospital after a short illness. Interment will be at Holy Cross cemetery, A native of Genoa. Italy, Mrs. Ottonello had lived in San Bruno 18 months and in Miilbrae 35 Surviving are three children, Dominic of San Bruno: Mario Ottonello of Millbrae, and Mrs. Caroline Kundera of San Bruno: a brother and sister in Italy, four grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. EDWARD NORGAARD MILLBRAE Funeral services will be held Monday at 3 p. in. from the Chapel of the Highlands here for Edward Norgaard, 69, Df 129 Palm avenue. Millbrae, who died Wednesday at Peninsula hospital after a short illness. A native of Harlan. Iowa, and a resident of Millbrae 25 years, Norgaard was a retired distribution plant foreman for the Uaion Oil company. Surviving are his wife, Caroline M. Norgaard; two sons, Laverne" C. and Eugene E. Norgaard of Millbrae; a brother, and three grandchildren, Interment will be at Cypress Lawn Memorial park, Colma. MARY ABBIE TURNER Mrs. Mary Abbie Turner. 84, ol 1133 Clovelly lane, , Burlingame, died yesterday at Peninsula hospital after a long illness. A native of Alameda and a resident of Burlingame eight years Mrs. Turner was the widow of William Lincoln Turner. Surviving are two children, Mrs. Marjorie Binder of Burlingame, and William L. Turner of Lark spur; two sisters, Mrs. Maude Foster ana Mrs. Ida Boyeson o! San Francisco; and three grand children. Funeral services this afternoon from the Crosby - N. Gray mortu ary in Burlingame were follov.'ed by inurnment at Woodtawn Me morial Park, Colma. DeBernardi Is Top Spending Candidate REDWOOD CITY - Mayor Mi ehael DeBernardi of Daly City is the tentative champion spender among city council candidates the April S municipal elections. According to records on file in the office of County Clerk John A Eruning, DeBernardi spent. SIflO!.,9! on his. campaign. Unless some sth er candidate comes forward vrith a 3'igher declaration, DeEemjird was the biggest spender by a wide margin. His closest competitor was An drew Rocca of South San Fran cisco, who declared campaign ex penses? of S75I.52. Edward J. Dennis and Robert B. St, Clair showed a joint expenditure of $975. Other top spender: included: Lincoln C. Reynolds in Belmont, S593; Patrick A hern in South San Francisco. $507.57: F Clay Fisher in San Bruno, $457.63 and Andrew C. Byrd in Burtin - game, $429.40. All candidates who spent more than J20O on their campaigns are required by state law to file declarations within 35 days after the election. Knight Tells Why He Quit Governor Race SANTA ROSA r.JPj Why did Gov. Goodwin J. Knight withdraw his bid for re - election to seek a U.S. Senate seat? "I was convinced that if I stayed in the contest, it would seriously split IhB (Republican) party and, secondly, that I would be defeated," Knight told some GOO. Santa Rosa Junior Collese students in answer to a direct question yesterday. The governor said he had not expected Mayor George Christopher of San Francisco to remain in the GOP primary race for the Senate against him. But Knight said he felt he would win the Senate race. Knight's withdrawal from the gubernatorial race left U.S. Sen. William F. Knowland unopposed for the GOP The Great Pyrenees is one of the oldest pure breeds oi dogs still in existence. A large entry is expected. The public is invited. I AT ITIrrphoto arrival of bright and sunny weather. On the other hand, the big fellow in front may be getting ready for the baseball season. Druggist Shot In Holdup; Two Arrested SAN FRANCISCO (.fl - Dniggist George Man. 52, was shot during a narcotics holdup late yesterday as his two terrified looked on. Police later arrested two San Franciscans with records, Mau was in critical condition at San Francisco Hospital, a bullet in his cheat. The twj arrested men, Noah .1", Billings, 31, 545 Guerrero St,, and George Moller, 46. resident of a Mission street hotel, were arrestee' at different places. Dragged From Bar Billings was dragged out of a bar by a police inspector and three patrolmen who said he was putting up a battle. Moller was taken i: on the stairs of a Guerrero street house. Mau's two clerks at the 1509 Sanchez St., drug store, Larry rJnglanti, 16, and Mrs. Lois Tin - ney, 23, said one of the bandits shot their employer when he said lie didn't have any more narcotics than were in the store's drug After the shooting, the pai scooped up the narcotics and be tween $40 and SaO from the cash register and ran. Fires Three Shots Mau, holding one hand to his c:iest, staggered to the door fired three shots after them from a pistol. That set a 20 - block chase under way, Police said Eillings had an arrest record dating to 1!)43. He was last taken into custody on a charge ol vagrancy and carrying a weapon illegally. Moller, whose record dates back to 1929, was paroled from San Quentm Prison March 31. He been serving a term of from six months to 15 years for burglary, 17 Unhurt in Takeoff Crash ARCATA IL'P) Fourteen passengers and three crewmen escaped injury Thursday when a Pacific Airlines plane nosed over on takeoff from Eureka Airport to crescent city. The plane, which had just reach ed takeoff - speed, went over on its nose off the end of the runway when an engine failed. All persons escaped safely. The two - engine Martin aircraft had just about readlied airborne speed when its right engine back fired. The pilot, Robert Walton, San Francisco, "elected to terminate the takeoff." As the plane came to a stop, the nose wheel collapsed. The plane nosed ever, crumbling propellers and leaving the tail sticking 30 feet high in the air. 4 Miss America' Entry Extended Deadline on entry to the Miss America contest here has been extended from today to midnight Monday, it was announced today, Ten girls, including Miss Mill brae, Gay Giltain: and Miss Wai kiki, Jean Gonsaives, have entered, competing for the title of Miss San Mateo county. . Judging win be at 7 p. m., May 2, and at 2 p. m., May 3, at Hillsdale Mall, with announcement ceremonies May 9 at the Villa hotel. Ghouls Anger Miners Near Death Valley DEATH VALLEY us Ghouls who some time last week invaded the cemetery of a ghost town in the Panamint Mountains ' border - ng Death Valley have aroused the anger of miners and officials. A desolate area netr Skidoo, a mining camp which operated early m the century, has a fenced cemetery with the unmarked graves of from five to nine per - Three of the graves were mo lested in last week's raid and remains believed to be those ol James Arnold, a prospector who was murdered in 1906, were disinterred. The skeleton was left, without the skull. The vandalism recalled the story of Arnold's murder by a man known as "Hooch" Simpson, wno was hanged by a moh the same day. Skidoo flourished briefly and disappeared from the map within la years, alter three million dollars in old was removed by the Skidoo Townsite and Mining Co. Ranger Matt Ryan of the Park Service was notified of the grave robberies and is investigating. He said the Park Service patrols the main roads, but is unable to police the side area and prevenl the occasional raids on historical sites that attract tourists. Conversion of Salt Water Seen Within 10 Years SAN FRANCISCO M Economic conversion of salt water into fresh water within 10 years may solve California's present water imbalance, members of the American Chemical Society heard yesterday. It is almost certain that large scale conversion of salt water into fresh water will becoe economically feasible within a decade, declared Johan Bjorksten, president of Bjorksten Research Laboratories of Madison, Wis., and Houston, Tex, Bjorksten, who presided at a symposium of chemists on water conversion, asserted that adequate funds for research might cut to five years or less the time needed to develop such conversion systems. Economical conversion of sea water would make unnecessary great systems o( lakes, canals, dams, pipe lines and pumps as contemplated for the two billion dollar Feather River Project, he SEQUOIA HOSPITAL Born to Mr, and Mrs. LOHREY, Jack R.. 823 Rorka way, Palo Alto, April 18, a son. ERIKSSON, Nils G., 1440 Hess road, Apt. 7, Redwood City, April AGUILAR, Pedro, 7 Lambert avenue, Palo Alto, April J7, a daughter. DESME, Frederick, 1912 Mezes avenue, Belmont, April 17, a son. MacDONALD, Arthur, 522 Vera avenue, Redwood City, April 17, a son. CROSS, Charles L., 992 Pleasant Hill road, Redwood City, April 17, a daughter. DORST, Richard, 451 Linfield drive, Menlo Park, April 17, a daughter. HAMILTON, Lawrence, 411 Oxford way, Belmont, April 17, a son. SAN FRANCISCO Born to Mr, and Mrs. ALE WINE, Charles M., 411 Vista Mar, Pacifica, April 10, a son. BIANCHI, James R., 2451 Whitman way, San Bruno, April 6, a daughter. CONDON. Robert G.. 44 Mateo avenue, Daly City, April 5,' a son. GR1SLER, Gerald A., 1867 Sweet - wood drive, Colma, March 10, a GlULr, Micchele, 55fi Skvltoe drive, Daly City, April 9, a daughter, HAVERTY, Alfred D 61 Windsor drive, April 3, a son. HUMRICH, Dee G., Sierra Point, Brisbane, March 31, twins, daughter and son. HUGHES, Farris D., 138 Bepler street, Daly City, April 11, a son. KAVANAUGH. Joseph F 735 Stoneyford drive, Colma, April 12, a daughter. MANICCI. Gino A., 74 Crestwood drive, Daly City, April 6, a daugh - MILLS HOSPITAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. KREUTZER, John, 47 East Forty - first place, San Mateo, April 17, a daughter. PENINSULA HOSPITAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. KALIS, Theodore, 26721 Wau - chula way, 'Hayward, April 17, a son. JACQUES, Adriaan, 747 Mills avenue, San Bruno, April 17, a daughter. PALO ALTO HOSPITAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. TATE, John, 51 Toyon road, Athcrton, April 16, a son. PAULSEN, Robert, 423 Central avenue, Menlo Park, April 16, a daughter. nnted I Births Ma tea ii to See 'Unknown' Rite Lt. William R. Huber, ESN Ret., 3806 Wilshire avenue, San Mateo, has been invited to attend Memorial Day services at Arlington N a t'i o n a 1 Cemetery, Washington, D.C., for the burial of the two new ' Unknown American fighting men." Lt. Huber, a Congressional Medal of Honor winner, says the invitation came from the Adjutant General, Department of the The two burials will take place beside the "Unknown Soldier" of World War I, and will represent the unidentified dead heroes of World War II and the Korean U.S. Education Shortcomings Told Editors WASHINGTON Iff) An author - educator told the nation's editors today that the quality of education provided in American classrooms is disgracefully low. Arthur Eestor, University of Illinois historian and former head of the Council for "Basic Education, told (he American Society of Newspaper Editors that "professional educationists" have frittered away the country's resources ot youthful talent on what he called "trivial and short - sighted programs." Reply Expected Bestors speech was prepared for a panel session at the editors' annual meeting. 1L was expected to draw a vigorous reply from another panelist. Dr. William (a. Cam, executive secretary Df the National Education Assn. Bestor noted that 50,000 American students are studying German, as compared with five million Spviet pupils. American schools offer physics for one year, he said, while Soviet schools require physics for five years. "What we should imitate from Russia is not its system but its expectations," Bestor added. "For a generation professional educationists here have been sailing the intellectual abilities of the American people short asserting that half of them are too stupid to learn a foreign language. though gutter urchins throughout the world do so, and that two thirds of them are too stupid to profit from physics or intermediate algebra. Hits Hyjweracy . "Contempt, for the innate ability of the common man has never been so virulent as it is among those American professional educationists who like most to talk about democracy. "The greatest need of American education today is new leadership leadership by men and women who believe in the importance of intellectual discipline for every young person." Psoriasis Cure Tests Need 10 Volunteers Need for 10 more volunteers to particpiate in research designed to find a cure for the skin disease, psoriasis. - ,vas announced today by Diane Mullins, president of the Psoriasis Research association. Psoriasis sufferers arc Hslted to contact Miss Mullins at 161 Rock - ridge road, San Carlos, for further information. The tests are being conducted at several bay area hospitals. Four Gay Patches easy - to - plecE. Use cur HAMS. ADDRESS nd ZOKB. BT9 ptrlDted rlvbt tn our Utura. W ITeedleciafe Book. Doami of othe et.B you'll WMt to Otdft rut:n buneworle for yourieU. LEGAL NOTICES KNOW ALL, HEM BY THESE PsIlJliiiNTS: That the undersigned, OlNDEN ENTERPRISES, INC., does hereby That' the name of tha under - Blfi - ncd rn full la GINDEX ENTERPRISES, INC., and that it is a. Crtllfornla corporation: that It Rtti., Srnti n 1lio KIMe of California, ui'.aei lie lii:litioi:: - r: - ii ;i:id r - tylo c: COiU'OSV IlICSKAltCH AND LIE - t.!'.M!.;xr CORP.": rhr.i tin utud this Cer - n. - j,:u, - , :,' s , l - i - F,,,r.l. California, this 12th day oi March, IMS. CINDK.S' IC.V. - ISItWtlSBS. INC. 1 - l.v Bon Clhricp. lr - . - MonT. Ky l.lllliin H. Girdpn. SL - ci - etary, STATE OP CALIFORNIA City and County of j til 112 111 day of .MAnCH 135S. before me, Dot ' .la: - ; 11 , - i;n ;rN :l .vt.i - .u - - liu.r.v ,; 7" 1 bet Cilv :rl ('m:n:v , - , f : - .1 Cltira, Sltiu - of California, residing 1 - KN, tilt; pc - rBt.iiS who ei.ecutt. - tl Tmi - tulon ll'.fircl'n it n,i, : - ,:'. ami vi - tllTcd Lo nit; thnt sucih cor. in I'xecuied 1 he same. rr.vi - .st - . v. - IlBIUSOK, I have to - ;c - t my hand and affixed fl 1 1 ,.1 til tl: C.it y s r.il ita Clara tha , 1 ft,. - I. .LUG LAS M NtttlL.SO: c ' - "t.rt v f Stii - .i Cl. - tra, State .My Commission Exri (Indorsed) Filed in 'if. - - i." l !:. via - . r:, i .'ft - ty ci I'KD FINMAN .VLi Vine Street v.n - it,. r. fl:., - , 4, California. It GA. - liold 1 - 3500 published In SAN jrATF.O .t S,rk,. - . tttnrrrri. TX THE - ; SLIPMRIOn COURT of lint st .t.t '.I i n:t , - ,:' - iin si mi. thn Comity of istm Mateo. in the Mutter of tl - FVtatB of ALBKRT K.MU. MoMi! ILL,, alsc l t. .. n :. - Aisttitr MlNkilv A. 1 - 1. MeXl - lil.L, iJucesised. NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN by McNElLL,' Administrator of the Estate of ALBERT EARL .Stum,. aaiiif:l Slit Maid tl ,.c i ., m f - ,1 e oCi'ioo of the Clerk of the or (join I ot tnc atatc or omit. In and for the County of Mtiuvi, i,t - present the ttamc . .. - tltssnt't' vrsclsts ,1 t - ix nioiith" al - rr tttc first c ttion of i his notice, tD the Aiiministratfr "at the . ,v SSSLHGYV srsiiiS; rrlaue for the triiiistlr.tlon at ;ht JJtUifd tilts 2Tth day oi Hard), A.D.. 105S. WILLIAM A. McNEILL,. Admin istrator ol the Estate o ALBERT - March 23, 135S. rsslou. ltnl.l.i Creednn, Altsraey JCOTICK TO ("HI - 1D1TORS Xlt. ttuio jv - the suPEmon colt.t of ie Slut uC California, in and for l.) Cotinty ot San Mateo. ) i the Matter of tlie : AM II. UXC ,yH Ly.j'. - .i - r - tl ms i s - i: is n :ki - svt r.iviv, - i - .v MARY BUHNS ss'rssysiv .ratrix of. the UMISH . - ta rs of and all porsonF; having liait! deceased. s a - ainsl 1 , r the 1 r. - :t p - .il.il t . ,. 1 I , S a St. p.? ri or Court Of fr Snst.irnti, in and ft ty of San Mateo, or nr. lateo. Callforni: .'.r'.s.v is v r v s vi - sfLStso V. ( liniftrntri of the Estate of MAX' i ill - , 1 S ( - .:.. i.I S tillS. '1 :. ft ts. CI p, ' - Ait in So. 785111! . SUMMONS IlOll COL'I'.T of " orCamorni" tided Complaint W D. S - CIOTT and CS.TIISP.iNE StuTT BilliliA!,' IS - ' JlLLHSAL . - liIOXOMiCS, a California corporation: also tlEORGE B. FINR tinrl JSIIIli - II. IV1LSON, dt.t - ,, - losi - icss as FAKTNJ - JKSl l It - ts' V Kl VI 1 A.S'TS SOLLSCTisi; SERV. ICE OF SAN FRANCISCO, Dnt - t,i V L - . SCOTT ttl.il . tATIIVRTIJ.l'I SCOTT; BUREAU OF MEDICAL S,. - ' SSt SM I SS, ;i ViilU'nrniti corpo - r.v.K,,,; iJt.o GEORGE B. FINK and JL'ltRY IS WILH'sS ,,.,,m - bur.,. tirrrt nr. o I . - . - . "S I 1. l .t - OF :s iCRCHANTB COLLECTION SSLVKT - : Of SAN FRANCISCO. Defendants. yon ;ir Iicrcuy directed to ap. ,J,.,1 rrjin 13L j itlvl Stilierior Court uT ihc aid County m" rl.ii. Maici., Stttto r,r CaliCornia within Ten MO) dtiys after service on you of this summons, if served in thirty (3U) days if served Is ti. - lioti is brottplit to detor - .ir.s. - rlhe. !,y , has been In the actual, exclusive property continuously for twenty (20) years prior to the filing of the said complaint, claiming to own too same in fea aalnRt the whole world, and to have paid or satisfied all taxes ol every kind levied or assessed aEainst the said pronerty LEGAL NOTICES ring the period of five (51 .vear filing of the Enid complaint and which said property ie situated in the said County of San llntu. State of California, and described follows, to - wit: lecinnlnir at a riolor that Is dln - tant the foliowine courEes and distances from tha most Southerly 11 in Block 3. "Man of Subdivision No. t Woodsida Wen lands - filed In the of fie of e County Recorder of San llateo maty on - May IS. 132S in Book of Maps at pasee 67 to 70, 1n - usive, a. 73' 6a' B. 5S.7 (et: dice S. 15" 4 V W. ft; once S. 03 59' E. 30.S feet: thence lfi" 4H' B. .() feet to the point beFinninff; thence along the aatcrly lino of a 30 foot road N. ..' 41' i - ,lso feet: thence leaving o said lir.e of said road. S. 62 - 00' B. 6B.5 feet to the Westerly line the said line of eaid road S. 2' Y. 54.0 feet; thonce leaving the .said line of last named road N. 62 25' W. 77.3 feat to til point ot beuinnlng. And you are hereby notified that unless you appear and anaver, am above required, the said plaintiff tvlll IfcKe judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising - upon contract, or w ill apply tD the court for any other relief demanded lit the complaint. Given under Kiy hand and the, seal of the Superior Court of the County of San Mateo, State of California, this Slat day of JANUARY. 155 8. Seal) JOHN A. BRUNING, CUrtr. sty; stars? (J. Hiitt - ina, GAR I'VE P. BULLlS . U. BOX 312 Los Altos, California STfl - WIT 8 - 2109 Attorney for Plaintiffs To ha published in SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo. California, March 7, 14, 21, 2S. Apr. 4. 11. IS, 25. 1SS - 82 Arabella, Giomeltl MeCartkr. Attornera SOTIta: TO CREDITOR IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of the State of California, n and for the County of San Mateo. In The Matter of the Kstate ot CALVIN H, DAVIDSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersi Fined ALEX L. ARGIEL - LSI, Administrator ot tha Ksttite Df CALVIN H. DAVIDSON, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having: claims against the naid deceased, to file then), with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication the same with the vouchers, irithin six months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at the law offices of ARGUELLO, 6IO - METTL McCARTHT. 244 ltearny Street, San Francisco, California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of aatd Dated this 27th day of March. A.D.. 1308. ALEX U ARGUELLO, Administrator of the Estate of CALVIN H. DAVIDSON, Deceased. - I LSI! ClOItlETTI k MCCARTHY 244 Kearny Street. San Francisco. California. Tel: SUtter 1 - 5 0S0 Attorneys for Administrator. First publication ir. SAN MATF.O TIMES at Sari Mateo, California. March 25. 1S56. Pub. Mar. 2S, Apr. 4, II, 18, 3S51. (8722 Miller. Frmnrts. Miller O. borne. Attorneys notice or hgari.vc PETITION KOH PROBATE OF WILL A.D LETTERS TE5TAXE1CTARY Xo, 2H7M IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of the State of California, in and for the County of San Mateo. In the Matter of the Estate of ELSIE SSIUCK MARTIN, also known as ELSIE MARTIN, also Known as ELSIE 3. MARTIN, also known as K. S, MARTIN, also known as ELSIE SMUCK, Alias, that WILLIAM. J. CROSBY. JR. has filed herein a FKT1TIOX FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND LETTERS TESTAMENTARY, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, and that the same is hereby set for hearing bv the Court on MO.VDAT, APRIL, Slst, 1J5S at 9H5 AM., in the Department of the Presiding Judge of the above entitled Court, In the Hall of Justice and Records, Redwood City, California. ALL PERSON'S INTERESTED ARE NOTIFIED to appear at the time and place mentioned in thie notice and show cause, if any Uiey have, why lh order should Maes. Dep uty Clerk. (Endorsed) Filed April 7. Hit. .TOli. - J A. BRUN1NG, Clerk. By An - ia Muck, lloputy Clerk. MILLEJt. FRANCIS, - MILLER A OSBORNE, 201 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, California. Telephone; Fireside 1 - 29M. Attorneys for Petitioner. To hp rtittittr.hf - d In SAN MATEO TIMES .it San Mateo, California. April 8. 15. IS, 1958. CST4 NOTIf - K flit 1TF.TII T(k KM; t - .l IV ! ill BALK (IF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES February 25, 19S8 TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Kuhject to issuance ol the license ipplicd for, notice is hereby given of Alcoholic Beverare Control for issuance by transfer of an alcoholic bevcrnse license for these premises as follows: ON SALE GENERAL Anyone desiring to protest tha trol at Sacramento, California, stating: grounds for denial as provided by law. The form of verification may he obtained from any office ol the Department. Tha premises are now licensed for the, v ' I al'V.lnVIs bYf - rn g"s MARY KTNE, EDNA HORAN. ELETA WALSH St DDA II A K CONCESSIONS & CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB. A CORPORATION. To ho published ill SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo, California. April IS. 1558. (S768) Hall. HTirr. Oliver A MeReavy, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT of the State of California, in and for tn. County of San Mateo. Jn the Matter of the Estate of RAPP BRUSH. Bec - ased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T tne unacrsljrned ALlcli JiALJj BRUSH. Ese of the Last Will and Testament of RAPP BRUSH, deceased, to the creditors of and all pc - Tsons having claims airalnst the said deceased, to filer thcrii, witl) the necessary vouchers, within jtijt months after the first pnbliitalion of this notjee. In th office of the Clerk of the Superior County of San V .UC,, present the name with tho necessary vo inoiiihs after the first publication of tltitt notice, to "lie stOd Emcii - irlT at 2AS Eiicinal Avenue, Menlo Parle. California, the same heinir the place for the transaction of Dated (ills 17 ih day of April, A. D.. i!.:,B. ALU - ! - : MALL BRUSH McREAVY, Alt"t",,'v - f, "xtrutrii Flr - it pitbllvitlnn In SAN MATEO TIMES at San Mateo California, April IS, 19E3. Pub. Apr. 18, 23, May S, t, IK.
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