Half Moon Bay Review and Pescadero Pebble from Half Moon Bay, California (2024)

THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 Half Moon Bay Review People, Spots In The News LUXURY LINEUP found six sailing on same day, with Reading up, at are: Vulcania, America, United pia, CAMERA COP, in ture eye always capture film proof deeds. BROTHERS' KEEPER is Ann Zane, brothers John and George, 6 months, while Villanova, go through customs after years in England. Flower Growers To Hear BEACH COMBER Lynn Dalton keeps cool on beach with soft drink in lightweight Miracan that preserves flavor despite sun. Efforts to save San Mateo County's flower industry from being choked off by a lack of air freight facilitles were speeded by the arrival of a Civil Aeronautics Bureau official from Washington, D.C. John Dregge, chief of routes, was scheduled to speak this noon at the Villa Chartier Restaurant before Your Best Asset Fire Insurance as an investment pays dividends in freedom from worry.

In the event of a fire loss, it becomes a Cash Asset at the time you need it most Alvin S. Hatch Half Moon Bay, California Represcating the Firemans Fund Lasaraace Company of biggest ships 8,024 passengers. New York piers, Constitution, States, OlymQueen Elizabeth. Tokyo, has ready" to of traffic mis- guarding twin her parents, of arrival from two Shipping Problem Problem flower growers from the bay area. Dregge has been sent.

West by the repeated requests for help from Congressman J. Arthur Younger. The $8,000,000 flower growing industry which is one of the largest sources of income in San Mateo County, suffered a lack of shipping facilities to the East Coast after the discontinuance of the air freight line, Slick Airways. Growers reported that acute situations developed on Mother's Day and Memorial Day when the demand for fresh blooms is the greatest. Dope Peddler Suspect Held Willie L.

Harper, 32-year-old laborer of 114 S. Delaware San Mateo, was booked in county jail on charges of narcotics peddling. Harper was arrested after undercover agents said they bought mariJuana from him in Redwood City. He had been peddling from San Mateo to East Palo Alto 'reaching many hands and all age according to Chief Inspector. A.

L. Lamport of the district attorney's office. Western Union Service Now Open Daily 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Airline Travel Reservations Made Here Also HALF MOON BAY INVESTMENT CO.

720 Kelly Ave. RAymond 6-4128 Twice the Service From the Arnold and Harold Lubrications Wheel Balancing Car Washing Car Pick-up and Delivery Service CHEVRON SERVICE CHEVRON GAS STATION AT AS TIRES BATTERIES Lubrication Tire Repairs Car Washing 1 Polishing Pescadero News Patricia Duarte from Berkeley is here visting The Clifford Lawrences. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carley from Castro Valley visted Mrs.

Lizzie Frey on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele stopped here on Monday on their way from Sonoma where they visted Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Lambert and new infant son at Sonoma. This is the third son in the Lambert family. On Saturday afternoon Jan Miramontes and Linda Keown hostessed a lingerie bridal shower at the home of Ruth Moore, honoring Nancy Jacobs who will become the bride of Mr. Frank Cantill at the Community Chucrh, Pescadero on August 9th at an 11 a.m. ceremony.

Miss Keown is to be brides Nancy was one of the bridal attendants when Mrs. Miramontes was ried last year. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Quinn of San Rafael were weekend guests of Mr.

and Mrs. J. E. Cabral at their ranch here One night last week a Joint Installation was held for Ano Nuevo Parlor, N.D.G.W. and Pebble Beach Pa lor.

Native Sons in their hall. Catherine Burke and A. Wallace from Redwood City were the Deputy Grand Presidents here to seat the officers The highlight of the evening was Francisann Lawrence being seated as President of the Native Daughters, while her husband Clifford Lawrence was installed president of the Native Sons. Proceeding the meeting a banquet held at the Community Social Hall, sponsored by the 4-H Club. There were many visitors from Redwood City.

Among them was Phil Basso, Supervisoring Deputy Grand President of San Mateo County. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gomes and Douglas visited Mrs. Fred Soares Mills Hospital Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foehr and daughter Caroline and Mrs. May Foehr of Burlingame spent the past weekend with their kin folks the Lyle Ballards. Mr.

and Mrs. Bert Menezes and children of Half Moon Bay, Mrs. Cassie Week motored to Black Springs, Nevada the weekend where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Waterman.

Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Waterman are sisters. Michael Georgi of San Francisco is here visiting the B. J.

Burns family. Beverly and Christine Weeks are spending a vacation with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Overacker at their home in Richmond. Mr.

and Mrs. Paul Murry and daughter Carol and Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams from Richmond spent the weekend at their homes here.

Mrs. N. Keitty from South San Francisco is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Rich. Mr.

and Mrs. Edmund Moore entertained their many friends and relatives at an Open House on Wednesday, celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Miss Peggy Ray and Judy Ray returned to their home in Mountain View on Sunday. Saws Filed and Power Equipment Sharpened Lawn and Power Mowers Hedge Trimmers, etc. TWICE A WEEK SERVICE Diamond Mill and Cabinet Works Correas and Purissima Sts.

HALF MOON BAY PHONE: RAymond 6-4466 mmm PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING Furniture Refinished Like New ROOF SPRAYING AND LEAKS STOPPED ON ANY KIND OF ROOF New Glass put in window's, door's New Glass in Windows, Doors -Free Estimates GivenJames Dale Son 710 MAIN HALF MOON BAY DIAL: RAymond 6-4578 FARM LOANS (Federal Land Bank Loans) 20-40 YEAR TERMS REPAYABLE ANY TIME NO APPRAISAL FEES San Jose National Farm Loan Assn. 80 N. 2nd SAN JOSE PHONE CYpress 54707 E. W. KAY, Mgr.

OBITUARIES Nels (Fritz) Kullander of Montara, passed away July 10, 1958, at Oak Knoll Naval Hospital in Oakland. Funeral services were held at Valente, Marini, Perata and Co. in San Francisco. Internment was at Golden Gate National Cemetery on July 14. Mr.

Kullander lived in Montara for the past 35 years. Nels (Fritz) Kullander Domenico Iltobelli Funeral services for Domenico (Badia) Iltobelli, 62, a Half Moon Bay laborer for 42 years, were Monday at 8:30 a.m. from Dutra's funeral home. Requiem Mass was held at Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic church at 9 a.m. Interment was at Pillar cemetery.

Iltobelli, a native of Italy, died on Thursday of last week at Community Hospital, San Mateo, after a long illness. He had no known relatives. EX-CONVICT FAILS IN BANK HOLD UP A 28-year-old ex-convict, craving narcotics, held up the Bank of AmerTopica's Day and Night branch, 1 Powell street, San Francisco at 7:30 o'clock last week and briefly got away with $6240. The robbery would have allowed him to supply his $50 a day heroin 'habit' for four months. FIRST EXPEDITION First exploring expedition sent to California by United States arrived at San Francisco Aug.

14, 1841. Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen and John Jr. guests of the E.

A. Williamsons on Saturday evening. Mrs George Elliot, Mrs. Neola Kreiss and Mrs. F.

G. Williamson attended a Civil Defense meeting at Central Fire Station one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert and daughter spent the weekend in Butano.

Mr. Herbert plays with the Pescadero orchestra that played for the dance Saturday evening. PESCADERO YOUTH CENTER THANKS EVERYONE FOR HELP To all who attended and helped at The Big Four last weekend in Pescadero, a very, special thanks! The evening very successful very, and the attendance was far above expectations. The profit will be in the neighborhood of $500. The center does appreciate the people from La Honda, Half Moon Bay, Loma Mar, San Gregorio and other towns who attended the functions.

those dear ladies and men who worked so hard, all we can say is thanks and God bless you! The Recreation fund has over 100 in it now. They are trying to reach the land purchasing stage by September, so our next event will probably be a talent show on August 23. Thank The Pescadero Youth Recreational Fund Committee. LEGAL NOTICE John A. Putkey, Attorney NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No.

26145 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of San Mateo. In the Matter of the Estate of FRANK NOTICE IS BERTA HEREBY that M. J. BETTENCOURT, has filed herein a Petition 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 by the Court on Monday, August 25, 1958 at 9:45 a.m., in the Department of the Presiding Judge of the above entitled Court, in the Hall of Justice and Records, Redwood City, California. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED are NOTIFIED to appear at the time place mentioned in this notice and show cause, if any they have, why the order should not be made.

Dated July 28, 1958. (SEAL) JOHN A. BRUNING, Clerk of said Court. By Marie G. Deputy Clerk (ENDORSED) Filed, July 28, 1958.

Clerk. By Marie G. Higgins, Deputy Clerk. JOHN A. PUTKEY 6654 Mission Street, Daly City, California Telephone: PLaza 5-4900 Attorney for Petitioner Published July 31, August 7, 14, 1958.

(2) NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County of San Mateo will receive sealed proposals for the following: SALE OF HAY CROP AT HALF MOON BAY AIRPORT, Half Moon Bay, California. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent, Courthouse, Redwood City, California. Bids shall be sealed and filed with the Purchasing Agent, Courthouse, Redwood City, California, on or be: fore 10:00 A.M., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958, and will be opened and read at that time and date. The County of San Mateo reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality in any bid received. E.

SMITH, Published, Half Moon Review, Purchasing Agent, La Honda Community Church David C. Imbach, Pastor Phone: La Honda 5271 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 11 a.m. Missionary Youth Fellowship: 7:30 Evening Service: 7:30 p.m., 2nd Sunday of every month only. Friday, Teen-age Fun Night: 7:30 p.m.

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