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Redwood Journal Press-Dispatch (Newspaper) - September 27, 1950, Ukiah, California County At September 29-30, October 1 ANCIENT HISTORY 1865 Tho or July iit Poller was ushered in wilh Ihe of anvil bul Ihe advent of the coming with un extraordinary of and seemed to bo a premonitory approval in With 0 very small amount of conventionalism in the line of previous the inhabitants assembled and the exorcises of the day opened by a very excellent and appropriate prayer by Rev. P. W. Then came tho refreshment a more than ordinary oration by D. H. Trout of in which he sketched wilh a masterly hand the history of our common Its rise and progress from its first discovery until the present in a speech of an hour and a half in Then came which being ' a was constituted of voluntary spontaneously from the baskets and until the table literally groaned with its ponderous load of luxuries and as well as the fat of the L The cloth p toasts were among them being one to Our Three ballot jury box and cartridge each one in its proper and at tho proper July 14, 18C5. For some days past we have had exceedingly hot weather for this time of the Wednesday the stood at 106 in the In the sun it went to 130 We understand that tho road from Little Lake to Big River will be completed and ready for teams in about two weeks which will be of groat advantage to the people of Little Sherwood and Long and will open a market for their produce much nearer than August 17, 1866. Our man brings in the rumor of a partly used fortune teller's license which has been shelved sinco the seer found she was unable to forecast her own says the she was augmenting by traffic in Senator If votes wont only by talk I guess win in a I Now wo have reports of two shot to death and hidden in the shrubbery where they For tho dog poisoner we have always advocated a dose of his own For this now typo of outrage we feel the same All we understand of millinery for fall from reading the is a hat is a hat is a Poller Valley also has a which apparently they to do something and October 17 a meeting will bo hold in Grange open to the when they will lay it on the Maybe Ukiah send a This is one time wo don't advise putting your money on the Brown having a feeling that his retirement will be made permanent These early morning fires in the residential districts bring out a varied assortment of dressing gowns of full of women whose attractiveness could bo enhanced by For reducing the waistline wo recommend frequent fast rides on Page 3)- A combination of THE REDWOOD PUBLISHED AT CALIFORNIA UKIAH REPUBLICAN Est. 1876; and Est. 1860 COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE OF MENDOCINO COUNTY TEMPERATURES 19S0 1940 Date High Low Date High Low 25 82 50 I 125 47 26 85 51 I 26 81 49 Rainfall 0.04 0.30 0.D3 Lott Year 0.30 Courtesy Fixe Department Weather VOLUME XXII MENDOCINO SEPTEMBER 27, 1950 - FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 69 9 Bands to Spark Big Parade Burgess Takes Witness Stand By Joan Fraser Carl first witness for tho and defendant in the manslaughter charge in the death of Deputy William testified that Deputy White fired the shot and that shot was the one that wounded on the night of April 29, at th Burgess Mr. Burgess staled that he was standing in the open in the bright moonlight when Deputy hidden in the fired on Burgess testified that before any shots were fired he saw a figure of a person hiding in the brush and called out wc have you Burgess told Kelly of seeing the Kelly at that time was about eight feet from Burgess stated that the person jumped deeper into the brush and Burgess put his hand to his felt the blood and returned the The firing continued between the two men and Burgess testified that he heard a couple of shots go over his left Burgess then walked back to the He testified that when his given to Deputy in the was read in court he had no memory of the questions answered nor did he recall being taken into the Dr. J. B. had previously testified OP the witness stand that Burgess fully at the hospital up to tho time the anesthetic was Prosecution Reiti The prosecution rested at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Attorneys McGettigan and in behalf of their made a motion that the evidence presented was insufficient to warrant a jury in returning a verdict of guilty and asked tho court to so instruct the Judge denied the Suggestive testimony runs through the Sheriff Under cross examination by the B. G. Broaddus was interrogated on his knowledge of the exact location of Game Warden Heryford at the time of the shooting on the Burgess ranch or just Carl Burgess testified that he heard sounds like someone walking through the just before and he heard the gate shut where that road enters the Burgess The gate and road are in the opposite direction to the location of the shooting that Is That In cross examining Mrs. District Attorney James E. asked the witness whether as the ambulance was taking Carl Burgess from the she recalled this conversation with John Kelly in the presence of Mr. driver of the Tho conversation as stated by the District Attorney is that and John Kelly burned Mrs. Burgess is Mrs. Burgess that she hhd asked John Kelly to sit and write I what had happened and that was the paper to which she Mrs. Burgess had testified that when she picked Deputy Sheriff White's wallet from beside the dead deputy she had put it in tho pocket of her bathrobe and taken it to the Mrs. C. S. mother of the Carl followed her son on the witness stand this Mrs. Burgess related the story that has now been told in court several times of the events the night of the CRASHED AND Thomas driver of this * was by Highway Patrolman Reg Stinehoff Tuesday morning and charged wilh drunken after the truck skidded off Talmage hit a pole and caught O'Connor photo Councilmen at Grips With Housing Needs Mellon Warns Governor's Re-election Is Not In The Calls For Action Thomas J. Mellon of San chairman of Governor Earl Warren's northern California warned Tuesday morning that Warren's re-election is not tho Speaking at a meeting in tho Palace Hotel of Republican and Democratic committee Mellon said Warren has always drawn five percent fewer votes In November than in tho Juno Primary Majority Jeopardised If that occurs in the general election this he the governor's 700,000-voto majority over James Roosevelt in the primary could conceivably bo wiped Forty-four counties which Meet Your Neighbor DAVE SPENCER of Shoe aUC North Stale has been a resident of Ukiah for eight Spencer is in wilh Harold Zimmerman in the Palace Shoe Store which has been open since May of this Spencer was born in St. Louis and has lived in California for 20 Ho originaly came to Ukiah as the manager of the State Theatre and was transferred here from He was drafted into tho army from here and after the war he came back to Ukiah to spent nine months in He is married and has three are 2, G and 8 years The Spencers live on West Clay Ho belongs to the Ukiah Lions Club and is a director in that organization Softball and golf are his He played on the Lions loam last season but says that he has not found much time for golf of Spencer likes his Ho had experience in this line before opening the Palace Shoe anil lie likes iu swung to Warren in June would be in serious jeopardy and Mendocino county's 54 percent vote for the would drop to a losing 49 Max A. King of field coordinator of the campaign in northern said Warren cannot win on the Republican vole The defeat of Roosevelt requires that inroads be made In the Democratic After the June Roosevelt announced his determination to raise California's registration by 700,000 Since that King there has been an extremely heavy registration throughout the especially in the heavily populated areas of where Democratic strength is is not a fear Mellon told his feel certain the governor will win if everybody gets out and works for But the campaign must bo carried to the Jimmy It Footloose Mellon said Warren's campaign is poing to be n limited one because he must attend to the duties of his on the has no occupation and is able to campaign The governor's Mellon is being conducted He is not running on a specific His headquarters are not linked with those of any other policy as Mellon primarily upon the merits of the individual rather than upon party Because of this we can offer the Democrats good government on a George Lynn of San publicity director of northern California said one of tne loading slogans featured In Warren releases and advertising will dependable louder in any Tho city planning in a policy vote Monday unanimously recommended that the city council bring Ukiah Development Company's uninhabited tract of opposite the municipal into the city This action came after Attorney Harry W. president of the and General Manager E. T. F. Wohlenberg of Corporation indicated grave concern over the housing situation in The city attending tho Monday night decided to withhold action nn the planning until its next regular October 4. Need 200 Homes Attorney Falk said there is urgent need for at least 200 new homos in Ukiah Development wants to act in the best Interests of the The company is willing to turn its property over to for development providing the city is willing to incorporate tho Falk said his company has already received a definite proposition from one of the largest engineering firms on the toll us they want to buy the he in right and this year build and sell 200 They say 200 homes will sell like hotcakes because of the groat need for and their opinions must be given some Mr. Wohlenberg sail that within three months a full crew of 450 men will be working at the Masonite with 350 additional men working in the Cf approximately 650 will live in most of them being family Speaking of the immediate need for Wohlenberg asserted we don't do something we're going to have a lot of shacks and trailers on our said he would rather see the tract in question come into the city than to have a county development According to tho Ukiah Development Company's taking over tho property would put in the Once the land is the would be reimbursed by gross from the Council's Objections During the discussion a stalemate Attorney Falk said no further plans could be made until tho city approves of the ithe cily council argued that it is ord Going To Navy Academy James P. Ashford of Redwood Valley received word Monday from Congressman Hubert that he had been appointed to tho U. S. Naval cademy at the class of 1951. James is a graduate of Ukiah Union High class of and is now 18 years of A son of Mr. and Mrs. Homy Ashford of Redwood he has lived in California since 1936, coming with his parents from He from tho Windsor grammar school and went four years to high school at Coming on the heels of the good news Monday was the sad tidings of the death on September 2, in the Korean of his high school George Saunders of Coyote The two boys were inseparable pals and graduated together in 1949. reluctant to act until specific especially with respect to are Mayor Henry objected to the plan presented by stating his unwillingness to leave an unincorporated pocket of land between the present city limits and the new City police fire trucks and water ho would have to pass through inhabited areas not in the Expert Speaks Asked his Walter Hahn of the Burlingamo firm of Hahn & planning with inhabited territories has been that after the land the intervening usually comes into the thing the city has to Hahn not to bankrupt the city You have to ask yourself if your base plant is sufficient to bring in 300 or more facilities In North End The mayor argued that at the north end of near the city Is In a position to provide facilities at low If homes are built south of he all facilities would have to be Falk replied that have indicated the north end will be an industrial He said people don't like to reside In tho heart of such a The attorney will his at next regular council a final vote in the SCUDDER IS HOI Congressman Goes Final Drive of His Campaign Congressman Hubert B. adjournment of the 81st has returned to First district and will spend tho nent five weeks campaigning tor according to Mendocino County Republican Central Scudder arrived In time to attend the governor's dinner of the Empire Convention at and received an when he was introduced as of the Redwood Empire's hardest working and most able public His only previous visit to his since before tho June was earlier this month when he made a 2-day trip for a series of meetings to discuss and on national At that time ho criticized the Fair Deal administration for the bungling and blundering diplomacy which ultimately led to the invasion of and laid the blame for the policies directly on the doorsteps of the nation's strategists and Fair Deal deficit waste and extravagance also came in for some deserved criticism as concerned listeners in his audiences questions as to it was going to be re-election is says voters who are familiar wilh his record In congress and who want him to continue the projects he has started for this district must realize that it takes work to will an His efforts In Washington for the First District and for this have won him recognition as one of tho hardest working and most of the has done a wonderful job lor us and there's hardly a or an or a community in the entire 11 counties of his which will not benefit or by his handling ot our affairs and our Boonville Prepares Mammoth Spectacle For Climax of 1950 County Exposition Always a major attraction at any fair is the big with its snappy drill drum marching units and colorful The big parade at the Mendocino County Fair and Apple in J on October 1, promises to be a brilliant climax to three days of fun and Nine bands are going to participate in the long march down main thoroughfare to the fair Coming from high schools In Fort Anderson Point and they should provide enough martial music for at least Mine separate Thit fair it is going all out to make this year's parade one of the most spectacular ever seen in Mendocino Drum and Bugle Corps Carroll in charge ot American Legion announces that In addition to the nine high school Legion drum and bugle corps from various posts throughout the First district will also participate in the parade along with Legion Auxiliary drill teams from Fort Bragg and Riding in an open-top American Legion in Boonville ior will the Among other entries In the mammoth procession will be 5 riding 12 4-H 5 Boy Scout 3 Cub Scout a number of mounted floats from various the Mendocino County Sheriff's Posse and the Willits Rainbow Cash awards will be made for the best and trophies will be presented to other prize-winning Every youngster participating in the parade is going to receive a souvenir medal tho size ot I. silver Parade Starting Time The parade will start at 1:30 at the Point Arena road and proceed through Boonville to the fair The judging stand will be situated in front of the county fair Through the courtesy of the Goebel Brewing a sound truck will provide spectators with a running account of the Other features of the 1950 fair will be the always popular sheep dog horse ball on Page 6)- AMERICAN LEGION Congressman Hulsert B. Scudder has accepted the invitation to attend the American Legion First District convention at Boonville Saturday Mr. Scudder will be in Boonville Friday for the opening of the Mendocino County Fair and will remain over for the opening of the district convention of the American He has been invited by fair officials to participate in the opening Busch Home Damaged By Fire The fire department was called to tho home of District Attorney and Mrs. James E. Busch early Wednesday morning where the floor furnace had set fire beneath the doing considerable damage to the floor and beams and necessitating a complete redecorating job of the 3-bedroom home because of the intense Tho Busch family were not all up at the time and the baby had to be taken out of the house through a window to avoid passing through the smoke-filled and Herbert former Ukiah are now living in Planning Expert Talks Streets Master Plan With Councilmen Father Adrian Sharkey Now With L.A. Church Father Adrian former of St. Mary's church in is now at St. Francis of 1541 Golden Gate Father Sharkey recently relumed from his vacation in Ireland and in writing Bon O. Foster for a change of his Redwood Journal says it was a splendid trip and that he enjoyed everyone and attending a every week wilh San Francisco friends ho met in Walter Hahn ot tho Burlingame firm of Campbell & planning lined methods for drawing up a master street plan for Ukiah at a joint meeting of the city planning commission and city council Monday For approximately Hahn a master plan can bo worked out which will serve as useful guide for future development of the Such a he must be not In order to develop a master street intensive studies must be made of pavement present and probable future flow of accident fire truck and school bus routes and location of city Hahn impressed his audience with maps and diagrams drawn up during a survey by his firm of the Grove Hahn he would expect tho help of Ukiah for the job would require considerable Local people working on tho he would be able to see the problem as it affects Regarding Hahn said a definite program for acquiring them must bo The city has to appraise its own financial and find out by what moans it finance such a One way for the city to hold rights-of-way is by means of a continuing Most Hahn have jurisdiction over needed rights-of-way and extensions for a period of 10 Assessment districts could also be but would require the support of citizens In the affected Councilman Lindbergh said the city's greatest need is to develop a plan for streets which at present are outside city To control such streets would require the cooperation of the county Commissioner Herb Cochrane said the city would first have to submit the then get together with the county At the conclusion of his Hahn was informed by Mayor Henry Mercer that he would be notified after October 4 of the council's decision concerning a master street i KEITH'S I j Painting Service Interior and Exterior COLOR STYLING I 1 SHEET ROCK TAPING j I No job too small j 155 Luce 5 i 946-W
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