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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - April 25, 1929, Woodland, California                               Better Stationery Home which reflects credit upon the sender is the type of job work available in the "Democrat's" modern print shop. ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Today's Best Smile Probably the most futile thing ta Hie world is a radio listener sawing the Rock, Arkan- sas Gazette. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, J029. ESTABLISHED 1877 The Stroller ..-.4. LOCAL HIGH AC. JUDGES TO VIE FOR STATEHONOR Prosecution Education J Official to Aid Trustee Talks Start! Meet Here I A If TFRM v Ii. a. i Li JL1L Mi IS ng Founder of Antlers to e ooys And Now a Cheese Factory. A 24-Hour Process. Needed: More and Better Cheeses. (By United I'ress) i Sam Cohn, of the ksral department SACRAMENTO, April i Of the State Department 01 emu-alion denunciation of Judge Carlos S. will be the leader at the second annual .Hardy's alleged activities in hehalf Yolo county school Institute _ Three Woodland High school judg- of Aimee -or it was announced bv .Mrs Row- ing teams will go to San Luis Obispo i to the grand jury s investigation of talent in the state. There will be three 'her disappearance in was ex- boys on each team and the groups will' pressed by Assemblvman Walter J be composed of those who placed high, T at Davis last week. A trip east this' LltUe m the final arguments ipeach- ow- With his I ena M. Norton, county ,'choo! 1'-- With C. Fenton of San FranciM-o, founder of the' A.nlk-r- lotkro. a f-necial sru'.'-i, o-idland Xo. 7 will hold ar. poitant Saturdav ruing ,--t the Elks chili. Tlioiv v.Yll be in-iaih- _. ________ i or nffjii- ---O--------' On the Don Browning ranch, a mile fall is in store for the winning teams for the prosecution in impeac or so beyond Yolanda, F. W. Johnstone in stock and dairy judging, and In-'ment trial before the State Sen-, is putting up a cheese factory, structo-- Luther DuBois believes his Vhen the plant is put into opera- have an excellent chance to fin-' ish among the top notchers. A1Ul tlu conihctmg tion some time next month, be- Teams to thu San Luis Qbispo stories told by Mrs. McPherson in tween and lo.OOO pounds of trip aie as follows: regard to her kidnaping Hardy Yolo county whole milk will find an- Teams Named should have at least have had a sus- other home market dailv. And Yolo Moody, Sheldon Mo- t} ns and Francis DuBois. Bill Powell. l that lui was lalbt' said G J-jILtlG. Dairy cattle and dairy "If he did, then his investigation Bruce Waybur. Hill Powell and Bev-. conducted theieafter in her behalf a domestic product. Francis DuEois, alternate.' was in obstruction of justice. son ,-nd La" Peart" Frrin'k "ill's- McPherson returned to Los have perplexed them. Cohn The plant will occupy approximately Heard, alternate. Angeles, shnv.ed him a written slate- on hand to assist in the discussion. square fi-et of cement floor The tree team at Davis judged 100 ment of her kidnaping and he space housed in main buildings per "-nt perfect. This is considered ed it as truth. Xow if any one wants housewives will be able to purchase- fro m 1000 to 1500 pounds daily oi wholesome whole milk cream institute will be he'd Saturday in the board of tiade rooms of the court house. General discussion of problems will .tie i take up the morning session, to open at 10 o'clock. Specific- problems will be brought up by -Mrs. Norton. These will include salaries of substitute teac-hers; attendance in overcrowded schools by children of outside dis- tricts, travel allowance-: for trustees, school budgets, provi.-ions for handi- capped children and school holidays. Trustees will also iuue the opportu- nity to present any problems that hand, was on trial in Superior A.   of the and Green's ...nl.l K rare in scholastic contests. in llvif- ..I nfC But I In the afternoon Cohn delher a formal talk on school problem.-.. Last year about lu tru-tee; atlcnd- Hi'.e 1 o'd L'Mi ovvn DL- oo i i-l ,ui Sought Jail 'I era! Naplon'b, aii.i was-1 to seiit-jnc c' for hi.-, c; (ax-en -dial- go i" pris the Browning cellar, re-vamped for r -i i believe, ana I think the Senate be- i ed, in addition to manv other mlerost- 1 T eligible to compete, but because tho r n t Ti i .....i JL_ neves that he continued to counsel ea persons. It is inquired by law that a U ii- th', f jail i discr-t loiUiry v. tlie j'.iror- k'llUth Ol the- j.lil 1- I HI Ullllld bv iiu-xpei ienced and the remote, h'> erica's largest cheese factories arc- situated. He has been following the dairy business almost continuously for 40 years. -r Three vats, each with a capacity of 5000 pounds of milk; a cheese press and boiler are the major machinery detectives when an institute is held, at leti'-t one trustee from each school disi tend. the occasion. Johnstone, who comes are 'here alone from Sacramento, is liv- for vinnu'g rt'-e remote, h" Vv'it'1 no1' ils counseled with her ing on the premises. He was born 'A'" noi enter. The trip will consume before the disappearance, and raised in Wisconsin, where Am- when is in session He not only employed %VOUU! bUt thLM11 to Cn You W0llld from Judge l eanis J 4 4 The state chamnions in stock judg- testimony that he never read the de- Ag If A L A JMV ing will win-a tiip to Kansas City lective's reports, but turned them in November to compete with winners over to Mrs. JlcPherson's of contests in other states. All ex- Jt would have the act now not penses will be paid. Winners of the dairy cattle event a but of :l" hone-st man' will go to St. Louis the same montn to huve thls to the items being installed bv Johnstone similar show where champions of district attorney's olfire. T i other states gather. Cheese making equipment, Johnstone Wofllihuid is to ]n told the Stroller, is on the whole sun- dairy cattle and dairy products. Du- Bois has a strong team in each event and totals of each contest are added. Many schools do well in one event and concerning the making of cheese on C' a'U aS at- pie and inexpensive. Th the thing. The Stroller's abvsmal e process is ignorance a commercial scale led him to further inquii'5'. The reader who knows how it's done need read no further. JJ1 V The milk, Johnstone says, will be leady to set at in the morning, or earlier if possible. Fresh from the delivery cans, it will be weighed and run into a receiving vat, and from there pumped through a coil cooler and aerator into the big cheese vat. The vat, set in a water jacket, is sub- ject to a steam heating system. The milk, freshly potuecl into it, is imme- diately heated to Animals to be judged in the stock events are sheep, hosrs, beeves and horses. Dairy cows will consist of Hol- I JAPANESE BIRTHS DECREASE (By United Press) SACRAMENTO Immigration re-, steins, Jerseys, Guernseys and Ayr- strictions have resulted in a marked decline in the Japanese birth rate in Ike canty, jui decide-.- on a t'i calls for a juda'e may dc tc-i niii.e v U i ins will-Id run coii.-i c ivt i '.n i In a st raiuht PI: mid toU tiie i[ i'ic- hvi anil (..leen the arrest. had gone loyclhcr for a time1 v, c- sweet: 1 1 e t he v ii jury, in answer to .N.ijit-ciS I IK ning. Creen sent h-.-r money Achaean club at Wednesday to K, he' night's meetin.'i1 look over the Cub' c hiK. (k-i-laixd ami at a Scouts and will sponsor that xation of 2G boys. A committee com-i L posed of G. L. Jessup, L. Eckrolh and plaint, testified as io the gh F. P. Sheridan was appointed to com- (irecp. On municate with Dr. II. J. Camp, Theonly oJier himself. was ei.; on t! CUB SCOUT TROO HEAR McDONAI i a: n netl Charlc G i s i (i 11 r. stailed shires. leader. C. C. speaker, lie spoke on service and TrnT n t vp ArLOAi SAIL01S a v Liifc? Hi-Donald was Wednesday's lo U) ta.-t h. d FRIDAY IS FIRE PREVENTION DAY was introduced b1 The methods of saving one's resi- dence after it has been made a "better reported, Dickie said. California, according to a statement by Dr. Walter M. Dickie, director of the state department of public health.; Nidas_ dlah-man. on record in Governor Young's offico. ami Dan.el Thursday. In 1021 there were 5275 births of Japanese babies in California, and in 1P28 there were 2833 such births gave valuable hints to the new club, i-, suid haw ik ci U d bin. a Kuit divorce ir Unemployment is decreasing in the temperature of home" wil1 be displayed at the 0. X about 84 degrees, and the vat is then Hawk ranch at r'al'k Fl''- state, according to the report of Will "set" with the addition of a few day as nart of the Better Homos Week j. French, director of industrial rela- ounces of rennit, a milk coagulator. In three-quarters of an hour the milk has turned into a solid mass of. demonstrated. There will be spectac- curd, and is cut into one-half inch 'ular dlsPlai's the cubes to force out the whey. The Wl11 be Curry played the banjo and ukultile and sang several numbers. Henry Kunz played smtral niano selections. Pug1', was appointed fellow-, ship chairman for the next meeting. temperature is raised about 10 degrees It is to be an all-day meet- 'J0ns. During the last month position- ing. All rural fire fighting apparatus were found for men and worn-1 in the county will be assembled and eii, a gain of over the previous month. Automobiles will kill 2000 persons' in California as compared with 187G' Uavis College of Agriculture al th? in and 1782 in 1927 Spring Lake Fai m Center pi ogi am Club's Program The program to be presented the! it noon for lunches which visitors are asked brin to An informal discussion of fire {0 an estimate by A. R. Heron diroc-1 tnL' ('lanimal School auditorium be held during the tor of finance. urday night was announced today. He- Mental studies of every woman con-1 siflcs a ami in- In the afternoon there will also be vict at San Quentin is being conducted 'rio> thc're wil1 ''e -oup.-' of selections by the glee- club. They follow: and the curd is stirred in the whey for about three hours, when ac-.id for- mation begins. Then the whey is drawn off. Under ordinary conditions, the whey a talk on "The Pi'inciples of Decor- by Dr. Bridgman, professor of abnor- is removed with a pump. Johnstone, atir-g" by W. C. Hooper of Los Angc- ma] psychology at the University of Francisco at the Wood- California, it was. reported by Mrs. t-o T'n Tf lio nrii-on T i W. Isiemann. bill' Sinis. Allu-i i Franke, X. Oulehv lor. however, has devised a unique steam 'es anc' jet apparatus to perform the function. Furniture Co. It will be given Anna Saylor, director of social i.i California" and "The Viking Sung" (Coleridge -Tayloi-1. It works, and has saved him a several ,at is said to be rated hundred dollar pump investment. high in interior decorating and his The whey, of course, makes excel- talk is sure to be of interest. lent calf and hog feed. The model home will be open from until 5 o'clock. Mrs. S. G. Lin- Four hours before, the vat ncl1 and Wrs- Fral Suavely are to bo ed 5000 pounds of whole milk. It now 'the hostesses.__________ contains approximately 500 pounds i of curd. The curd is now passed through a "mill" that cuts it into %-inch cubes, approximately 12 pounds 'of salt arc added, and a sec- ond "milling" process follows to as- sure even distribution of the salt. 'are. The survey includes a study of family history and an individual diag- nostic study. 100 to Be Present At Church Banquet ;L 0. 0. F. GROUPS TO ATTEND CHURCH MKXICO CITY e'.ele o_--Ashes of Roses" (Cole) "Winter Song" (Brahms) and "hi- victiis" and "Carry Me Hack to Old Mrs. l-.ai Torrey, leader, will sing, past tlnee at Ti-p.iiitl.ip solos and will be some old-tini" j Jalkco. i fiddling numbers. The public is in-! according to lea.-hin. vited. i their ma He had not hear i f: i 1 years, bo told tlie unirt. I It was on the- had shown his de.-'ne I-. in: girl, and that Xapton t, tence. .Much of the u i' I mony was sinciur. 1 It is Green's lease to if he shall decree. j District n conduited the Jurymen A. Clark, H. Furir.ation of a legally organized i'iitinfield fire disirict, with a central watch tower and a district fire truck, l.-orncJ a.-, a today follow- inir ann.'iunccau'v.t of a meeting in i'h-inlk-id Saturday night to be iieu.icd. lo a discussion of the plan. According Rich Cassell, Plai.i- id "it. grain grov.c-r and one of lead- of in. (he for ade- iire ion in the district, ine-ten'jis of the ranchers there have icd v. iiihurness to co- ce ICaies tiirough, dis- unixeri on lines laid ard of Fire Under- C'assell de- iiKmbers a de- i it tnance i IK- iov.er. part of to be discussed Saturday, oiild i.e placed in "l.curt" of the ;.j.d manned 21 the t'ire season, re (ri-ck wouid be located and a In all parts oi' (he a-- isrc quick mobiliz.i- ighters iii lime danger. Sines Liir-i- Area a truck is -Id growers have, ixly during thj fire beuson, of a feu privately- The present call from over an area apM-'-rima-ciy 1 I miles east and eight north and south, y (.'.inparatively small part of iiu-'i v.o'jid be include-d in the of a rjaii.field fire district. poirtec! out that areas left out- sable to organ- own, -with the lesiii; tiiat v. several f-t'ii -onnu'rii part of tli-j ii" organized at I'lainfield hall Sat- ill open at S i oi aie sched- i.nday's law and motion in' heani by Superior D. Xicacio is to enter his dr'ving while .F-'e and Charles M itk r.re to be ar- socond degree ril are: A. Rebels an Federals Report Many Killed iie The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows to bo guests at the First Methodist-i Grammar School Pupils in Operetta Before Parent Over 100 reservations have been I Episcopal church at the 11 o'clock The c-ard is then put into j made for the Methodist Men's club, Sunday morning service. Rev. C. G. or forms, and is pressed for one dinner which will be held at the Zierk, pastor, has chosen for his hour. Johnstone will make three dif-1 Methodist-Episcopal church this eve- i "Friendship, Love and i ferent size three, a ten j ning. It is to be a father and son I The Hi-Y boys debate, "Is Modern! and a 30-pound size. The forms are j banquet and the dinner will be fol-! Youth Hell Bent" will be given at the Week, pupiN of the upper grades of pages. Harry Drser, liobby Jones. Sid- lined with a seamless cheese cloth lowed by a program. Beryl Babcock j evening service at 8 o'clock. The bovsi Woodland Grammar school pro- nc-y Crockett and Stowait. Cranston. bandage. At the end of an hour the I of Sacramento will be the chief speak- who will take part are Campbell Lai" i ar' Thursday after- .Miss Barak was assisted by wir r> I noon before friends and parents. Miss Durst, Mi-s Hertha Laugenour, Mis- son, Waiien Morns, William Pearson vinla director of music, had, Blanche Grig-by and Joe Celoni. -.vim enter- Jleii School hie it' Wn to :iC 'titn for iilipiony r.r.d costs. I'ltitions for of wills of -I- A. liandy, Dorothy u (ieri.'-k Linnie W. Councilman. I-.ni! account and petition for dis- in the estate of Ella L. Her- -ii -y. I'oi.-th accr.unt in the guard- i.-i1 Leonard W. liny. I :ucount in the eslaie of Chav- Li'or. for let'ers of administrn- i.nii m Uie o.-tate.s of Joseph Davis urii Hi lii'rt A. Cooper. for sale of real estate prop- in il.o estate- of Sarah Fingiand. NEW CLUE FOUND ICOOLEY CASE cheeses are removed from the press; er and the women's trio from the and completely "dressed" in the bandage. They are then re-placed in the press to stay until the follow- Sacramento Junior college will sing, and Wilfred Schlieman. Fathers and sons, who have not j made reservations, arc invited to at- ing morning. j tend, S. A. Larsson announced Thurs Thus the cheese manufacture takes 1 day. approximately 24 hours. j The product is not yet ready for sale, however. A curing process of from 25 to CO days, depending upon the choice of the buyer, follows. The (Continued on Six) INJURES CHEST A. E. Kenncy was treated at the Woodland Clinic hospital late Wed- nesday for an injured chest. He was pulling on a rope rt the Conger Elcc- tricol shop whon he slipped and fell I on his chest. Realty Board Meets Tonight Plans for the coming year will be ;ik. director of music, had, Blanch charge of tho affair. had charge of tho stage sellings ard The school band, directed by F. C. cost units. McReynohls played several selections.' Tm, program was opened by groiiM Miss Darak's classes ol'fciod "The- Quest of the I'ink Tho story. At tonight a pro- dealt with a litllu girl and n poppy is being arranged for parents. and had ,i i Phone Stock Slips Back Three Points is tho cast of attend classes commencing at Fairy Queen, Jano Larsson; Unlh, oVlook. At S o'clock, the time formulated by members of the Yolol .Janet Rrubakor; poppies. ponding to tho regular assembly po- County Renlty_ board Ht their monthly! Mnrders, Kvelyn Brown, Molhn Alii- the visitors will meet in tho'audi- torium for u short musical concert by the bnr.d unth'r Hie direction of r'rani: j new president, will be in charge. l Fairies, Dorothy Baird, Margarol C. McHoynolds. in Hotel Woodland tonight' son, Norn Luraschi and Mar'rni' at 7 o'clock. Wilson .Scarlett, the! Brown; Douglas apartment in Vvhiui Cooley, prominent gur- ageman, was beaten to death last week was locked and placed under Thursday when an expert from fie district attorney's office bloody finger prints said to those of n woiiian. A r.-.n.us The prints discovered new and Tek-grajih Company's vont hole in the kitchen of HfMUt- rinirsday. H closed at '2'.W. monl, it was said. Leslie WWtt, fta- ir gained at ar.d gerprint expert, at once started at more minute examination of article High Low Close Ch'g ,'in tho np.irtmont. The discovery led lit Ml Ml Mo the theory that the assailant I-'i-Ht, Cooley may have thrown the W 2.'W i instrument which used to 17-U: 172 112 the down Roister Aiii'n. .Ml Tran-. li. of A. United   

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