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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 10, 1931, Woodland, California Who's Your Printer? The "Demise attention- compelling booklets, catalogs, invita- tions, announcements, business cards, tickets and all kinds of office station- ery and forms. Good work is guaran-' teed. ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. emoct Today's Best Smile When better dates are th won't be blind. Ask the phones Owl. WOODLAND, SEPTEMBER 10, 1931. ESTABLISHED 1877 FOUND EAD AT LANDING A T_J Local Man Claims to Be On Ol 4-h. Kidnap Victim; Forced Ct -i i To Drive Trio to Florida lubs Opens at Davis 2 6 Y 0 L 0 BOYS, GIRLS REGISTER AT CONCLAVE Hillhouse Ties Monroe for Long Official Service LOCAL NURSE Diversion of Like a from an ultra-modern! Smith was the electrician for the j dime novel reads the letter just re- Clinic. Previously he had owned and ceivcd here from Jack E. Smith, prom-1 managed an electrical and radio store i inent young Woodland man, who tell.-1 in Woodland. i how he was kidnaped in San FraneiW, Blames "Three Crooks 1 and forced to drive his captors The kidnaping- letter was written Jacksonville, Florida, where he a hotel at Florida. robbed and then abandoned. Smilh said that the attack was -ade JOHN QUINN, STORE CLERK, SUCCUMBS IN CABIN Twenty-six boys and girls repre- j senting eight JV'olo county 4-H clubs Thursday were among the approxi-1 mately 1100 club members from all j sections of the state who convened on j the campus of the College of Agri- j culture at Davis for the IHth annual j state 4-H club convention. i Four Yolo county club leaders will be in constant attendance at the con- vention while eight others will be in j part time attendance during the ses-: sions that will-close Saturday after-j noon. Delegates Register i was devoted loj arrival of delegates by special train j and automobile, assignment to tents and registration. A luncheon was j served at noon in the camp dining j hall. The campus offered a decidedly! military appearance with scores of, army tents erected to house the dele- j gates during the convention. The convention officially opened .it i 2 o'clock with demonstrations in re-i frig-oration, shoes, good growth and development, livestock and a special session for senior club members. All sections were well attended, and the demonstrations were based on activi-f ties of club members during the past year. I Select Sessions At 4 o'clock, each delegate was al- lowed to select and attend one of the following demonstrations: landscape! gardening, feeding and selecting dairvj calves, selection and care of sheep breeding stock, feeding fat hogs to-- market, turkey breedin Chief Roy Hillhouse, of the po- lice department, has been wearing a "badge of authority" in Wood- land and Yolo county for 20 con- secutive years. With the exception of R. W. Woods, county tax collector, he shares with Sheriff J. W. Monroe the distinction of having been a peace oficer for a longer period than any other Yo'.oan. He and Sheriff "Monroe begin- ning in 1911. when Sheriff Mon- roe was first elected to that of- fice and Chief Hillhouse became his deputy. Collector Woods has them shaded four years. He first becarre ?n officer as a deputy under Sheriff Sam Montgomery in years ago. Aftec his appointment in 1911 as deputy sheriff, Chief Hillhouse served in that capacity until 192-1, when he elected consta- ble. He continued, however, to ho'd his commission dur- ing his eight years' tenure of that during the per- iod when he was a candidate for sheriff against Sheriff Monroe. He has retained the commission since his election as police chief. It is evident that Yoloans be- lieve in experienced peace offi- cers, and that these officers are giving value received. Twenty years is rated as a long, long time to satisfactorily serve in an elective or appointive of- fice. STOREsifilE NORMAL TRADING _ rouoeu anci uicn auai.uunv.vi. saiu LHO.L i resident for more than 15 vears was PlinHc flJMmAri! Smith left the Clinic August 20 and; by, "three crooks" who took dead -n his cabin therfi sh'ortly F UnUb duc to rcturn August 20. Until I thing but his car and fraternity ring iafter nQOn Thursday> He had been Brothers CAR SKIDS End Yolo Firm ON PAVEMENT 11LI1 1C1L WIG v-niiiv. 1U uu in uiz> (JctUl due to return August 20. Until I thing but his car and fraternity ring. aftej. nQon i-tter arrived here Thursday cvo- On the way to Honda, he was shot about voar> .-.of irwMtpH at., but the bullet him regarded, The death was discovered by Tom and starved for four days. j as a capable electrician and a good yearly and Pat Shae, who occupy ______ Alimony Trouble j worker, and at the- Clinic it said a next lo that of Quinn. They I He did not pay where his kidnaper? i that, he had progre-.-s in clearing heard him cough early in the morn- A business partnership of six years h-m ieft to >p his obligations. !jng, they said, and not seeing him between two brothers came to the San' Francisco, lie had told1 Smith said in his letter that hi-- around clurintr the day, looked in the (parting of the ways Thursday in sti- the Clinic that his tiip was' wrist i.s weak from bi'ing sprained indow to find him dead in his chair, inorim- r-miri hum with the chaise that, L: of an alimony i Their car skidding into a bridge, i i Miss Vio'a Erickson, night 'ter.dent a', the Woodland clin.ic, perior court here with the charge that, one of the brothers has diverted more to firm's money lh.otherf Vincent P. Gla- 4-m. j dispute which he claimed he was hav- j an.- ing with his former wife. i tails of the kltlnapmg. land the exact extent 01 their injuries Glavin'served written notice July j being determined today. that thc ALL COWS IN STATE TO BE T. B. TESTED while in the custody of his captors, Accompanied by John Anderson arid he was unable to write more de-'.Jack Lambert, they broke in the door. Quinn worked in John Anderson's general merchandise store for 14" years, leaving about seven months j ago because if jll health. He said he I was a native of Brooklyn, New York, j was a bachelor and that he had no j relatives. He had many friends in Knights Landing and was well known FrankForeman Charged With i i-iiav. mv; partnership would i Miss Erickson was hurt in the ab-; terminate, jdomen. It may be several days be-: The complaint charge" that Vincent fore it is definitely determined h.ld pelted to allow his broih- 'ther she suffered internal injuries. !pr to th? boks sime May. liKJO. 1 Haven suffered two broken rib.s and Recausc Oi' this fact, the complaint his hand was lacerated. __ _ .states, it cannot be definitely duler- The car belonged to Miss Erickson jlow money has been di- 'and she was drivjng. vcrtej frolll the firm's funds, but it the machine when it skidded on the, js anejrecj that the sum ih "in excess i rain-splattered highway near Max-joi- jwell. A post pierced the door of the. jn addition, the complaint charges Inspection of California cattle- tuberculosis will be inaugurated in I northern district- October 1. Dr. J. -L King made the announcement from the'Animal Industry division of the state. J Attacking Wife I throughout the district. Frank Foreman, trucker, residing in the southeast part of town, again was taken into tew by the law at o'clock Thursday morning, upon Burleigh BIBLE SCHOOL WORKERS MEET A joint conference of Baptist and McDonald, chief of the bureau of tu-j complaint of his wife, 4.1.' inin S 4 bcrculosis control, who has charge of i who complained to the po- i Christian church Bible school workers car as the machine .skidded into the .is indebted to John Ola- ;s ,ice la, (.anu, hel. at the home of Rev. Earl a former Woodland man. drunk, and created a rough bouse, j Karstaedt. Christian church pastor, Owners of coiivlemned cows will re-i The warrant was by Judge Qaj. street, Wednesday evening. 25 from the Federal govern- jj. Q. Brulon. charge.-- peace jj_ was tho monthly conference of the side of the bridge. veling slowly. Haven formerly land. lie now lives avenue, Sacramento. j has been identified with the I land clinic for some time. The tar was lo the extent of S6500 for money _ advanced. and that there arc ?2000 in resided in payahle. Building and equip- t _ Eighth nicnt firm i.s valued at 1700, (-cm; Miss Krickson wjth the firm owing a mort- Local Vacationists Meet Old Friends Wood- Katre ami to various creditors. Armfield and Eddy arc attorneys for John Glav.in. Vincent Glavin lias placed his case in thc hands of the law firm of Hus- ton, Huston and Huston and is pre- paring to make a vigorous defense ment and 9.35 from the state. Pure- bred condemned cows will be cause for awarding twice those amounts. the case comes to trial. merchant hours moratorium, enforced by the and feeding! flock of holidays that CMiie at this Renewing old acquaintanceships with a group of former Woodland t men now residing at Santa Crux, was after a virtual 72'a pleasant diversion for Mr. and Mrs. I Heib Clemens and .Mr. and Mrs. LcR. i ierce and Mrs. Hlaine Farquar when] WEEKS ROWS WITH PLACER turbance. i Christian church group, and they in- Foreman will be arraiimed at the Baptists to be guests. o'clock Friday morning. The_ arrest Following a covered dish supper, was made by Officers Jauk i A. P. Kossitr and Rev. Karstaedt and O. hmve. Foreman was hand- 1 jnspjrat.jonal talks and there was station when informal discussion. cuffo poults, pullet, selection and culling, care of the bed room and a talk on degree and non degree courses at the University of California by Professor F. Y. Griffin. Late in the afternoon, the entire JlULlv UL uncib tiu HILT IT. .1 l 1 period of tho year, resumed their nor-! they spent the holidays in the beach ma! stride Thursday morning. city recently The shut-down began Saturday1 Among the iormer v.Mled YOLO CENTER TO VIEW WON.FILM he bc'canu- mildly re-calcitrant witn i the1 Tlic police, however, pre- ferred no charav of resisting arrc-t. j Foreman has lieen arrosU-d t-everal times lor violating the liquor I and has bi-cn iiiuler police- surveil- I lance- for >onu- lime. He aNo recently H. A. Frank. Oakland ati-int-y, lhc wifl. ing cruc'liy. "i'hc ra-i is pending 11 night. Normally, it would have been, v'cre followed Monday, adding another day Scheduled to swim in the! to 'the closing period. On Tuesday, irrigation reservoir, and following din- there was a lespite. Tuesday was .iusVncCted with ner, the evening assembly will be fea-i an ordinal y week-day. But Wednes-j tured by a program of singing, enter- day was a California _H by a program tainment and demonstrations by rep- sion again the front doors; asked the boaid of supei of rhuer county it intends to do about the- claim of W. H.! Weeks, bay city an hite.-t, for services rendered in connection the I'la-1 cer county ho-pital unit. Weeks was appi.intv.-d architect for; the project and told to draw plans ____....... and ppecifjcatioiis. He-fore these were business in halzari j O'cl0c-k in Yolo hall at the first mec-t- presented, licm-e sus- retired merchant. Gist is con-' Of the year of the- Yolo Farm cen- j pended by thc state boanl of archi- ter. Wari-e-n Norton, farm ad-1 tecturc and the sujH-n IMH-.- later no- viser. will show the film. i tified hi- services I'c.wers. Madi-on. uas he- am ll, Charles Dalzari pictures of the breaking II ItrnL urilulil ib v. ULUU v c 111- -.r, merely "over but Labor amPbe." "P of the ice ,.at-k m the rive, IIILIVIJ .1 i 17 (Ai'mnrlu m thp nun ,-t........ rrUf oi C bulbs. He was formerly in the hard- Khown Thursday night at 8 Revolver Victim Out of Danges The Christian church group.held a short business meeting during which Harry .Morris was chosen assistant Dible school superintendent and plans discussed for Promotion day to be- held September 27. FARRIS HEARING SET WEDNESDAY the largest theater in' I.illle K-ther Powers, accidentlly shot through the arm and chest at the home of her paients. Mr. and Music Instructor to Open Credit Classes The picture .is to be of ab-. be re-quired. Ai that linn resentative club teams from all see- were closed. Thus there was one day tions of the state. I in four for business. Friday morning, the entire group With the passing of Admission Day, will leave Davis by special train toino other closing holidays are on the attend 4-H Club Day at the State Fair, calendar until Armistice Day. And; bovs and in Sacramento. They will return to! after that, only one, Albert L .s ana the Davis camp late in the afternoon.! until Christmas. With those two ex- ed teacher ior public school music in-' Yolo Delegates Named j ceptions, business men have a straight' structicn, has announced that he wil Representatives from the Yolo! shoot for trading for a period of four: teach courses in oand, orchestra and; chorus work. Keigmerd s headquar-. ___ __ jters are at the Osborn-Traynhanr VVeSt iOlO j music store. The instructor will give theory j courses and instruction on piano, voice, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trom- bone and trumpet. School credits will i be given for work done under Reig- sorbing interest, portraying the excit- ing adventures of men who pack- ed into the Yukon country to get the i issued a statement Weeks S2.000. Since that, denying it owed n rein- pictures. The trip was made by sled, slated on a superior cor-1 order and atid the men were armed only with j Frank at once- took th matter up Plans for the next few months' ac- s will be made at a short bus- in eet.ing. 1 with the supervisors. (Continued on Page Six) months. 5. P. Official 5ees Signs of Increased Business Here Has Stroke Here nierd. Nugget Grocery Her F W. Weaver, cashier at the local on the Southern Pacific, and the vari-j Southern Pacific freight depot, is points in the county served by the j Sacramento Northern. They are con-! clmed to be slightly optimistic as to signed tQ thc suffar refinery! the trend of business. at Salinas. The factory has a capacity! "I have but one barometer by which i of 115 cars a day and, it is stated, it' to go he explained, "and that is the! is constantly receiving the limit. Work has started on thc remodeling shipment of merchandise. The volume1 The beet crop, due to the increased i of The Nugget, local grocery store of merchandise received by Woodland' acreage, has been unprecedentedly; owned and managed by Stille and bon. merchants and others in this section, large. Yolo this year is one of the two The entire exterior and interior are registered a decided increase and the'largest beet producing areas in tKoi to be changed, with new fixtures, receipts, so far in September, are' country. Grain and fruit shipmen'si shelving and other conveniences for making'a' much stronger showing.! have taken a decided slump. There j shoppers. It is also planned to install This indicates, at least, that goods are, virtually are no grain shipments, and! a meat market. In charge ol the re- moving and merchants are replacing; only an occasional fruit shipment is I modeling is Contractor H. M. Haskcll. them with new stock." 'made. It was stated that one Other freight shipments, except, who shipped 2fi cars of grapes beets, are understood to be far below season, wes expected to ship only ninel this period. Be'ejts are moving at the' this season, but fell even below that! rate of several'1 hundred' cars a week( being the actual count.' from the loading cltimps at Boyer.j It was stated that it is too early to Peart, Laugenour, Yolo, and forecast the probable rice crop. James Moran, 81. Rumsey farmer, suffered a stroke while shopping in Woodfcnd Thursday. He was taken to the Clinic. His condition is regarded as critical. New Bulletin to Give Aid to All Flower Growers goons dor. j James th< eran who mistook tlu i toy cap pi'-tol, v. a-. j when told that his victim would cover. Preliminary bearing for Thomas A. Fan-is, Jr., returned here from Tex- as on a charge of passing fictitious checks, will be held Wednesday at 2 n. m. br-fore Justice of the Peace W. Sur- i E. ilakc-r at Winters. Farris is al- hnul-1 k'ged to have- swindled A. L. Bandy, 'aged man. out of his life's aued war vet- i saving- by passing fictitious checks reatly i elieved [after h Thre times Farris escaped had been arrested in distant re- points, but be was finally recaptured in Ti-.xas and returned here. YOLO NAMED IN Local Legion Post Continues A MM "n m T T im i elief Work for Needy Vets STATE BEE SUIT Yolo county has become involved in the suit of John Cray, Stockton, against agricultural commissioner.-; throughout the state to prevent tbem from enforcing the law authorizing destruction of bee hives found to be infested with foul brood. C. K. P.erry. Yolo county agricultural commission-, turn, er, i.s named in the suit as represent-' ing the state in this county. District Attorney Neal Chalmers The Woodland post of the American'. kitchens and tent-homes for ex-ser- Legion, which has been extending help i vice men in certain quarters where to ex-service men who are jobless and' they are found in large numbers, homeless, will continue its relief work'These points will probably be in the under the statewide plan being si gested by the state I.cginii MI irani larirer centers of population. It is planned to ask the federal govern- ment to release tents, bedding, roll- ing kitchen-; and similar equipment that, is now in storage. "The- plan may develop to include Joaquin county. WOMAN'S DEATH: Mrs. Watson Again Heads Woodland W. C. T. U. Mrs, C. H. Watson, prominent W. C. T. U. worker, was re-elected presi- dent of thc Woodland chapter at D meeting held at her home, 028 Fifth f-lrect, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Elisabeth 'Streeter, chairman of the nominating committee made the re- port. Mrs. John Oxlcy was again chosen vice-president and Mrs. C. W. Proc- tor is to serve another term as treas- urer. Mrs. Chester Evcland was elect- ed secretary. Thc members discussed thc county convention to he held at Davis Com- munity church Wednesday and chose delegates to represent thc local group. I (By Valley News Alliance) of Evelyn Ncwbold, wife of Or. K. U. New- bold, under apparently mysterious circumstances, was being investi- gated today. Her body was found near her bed at the Ncwbold home Thurs- day morning. The sheriff's office was inclined to believe that death followed a party last, night in which liquor was consumed. An autopsy was performed to- day to determine thc cause of death. "When should i transplant Zin- nias and Snap "When is the he-it time to plant These and hundreds of other fiuestions Yolo county flower lov- ers and gardncrs have asked. The California Agricultural Ex- tension service has conic to the rescue with the publication of a loO-pago bulletin known as Bul- letin 53 and entitled "Home Flori- culture in California." 'Copies of the bulletin have been received here by Farm AdvNor Warren D. Norton, and arc available for free distribution. The bulletin is unlike anything thiit has ever been published, in that it deals with all flowers Bun- der California conditions. Time for planting, methods of cultiva- tion, time for transplanting, wat- er requirements, time of blossom- ing and nil of the other questions that perplex amateur growers arc answered in detail. (By Valley News Alliance) COLLl'X'.K annual I barbecue will he held on the grounds of historic Pierce Christian college, i now the high school, Saturday. ITEHAMA FRUIT MAN SKILLED IN CRASH Arthur C. Huston, Jr.. commander of the- local post, declaied Thursday that thc Woodland organization has. he-en feeding ne-.-dy ox-scrvico men. such areas as Yolo Comman- court in San: giving them shelter and helping tlu-irj der Huston stated, "but at present we families for some- time, and that thc i are handling the situation as well as __ j work will be. continued during the' possible. However, we will undoubtcd- 'winter. I ly co-operate in any statewide relief state plan is to establish soup' movement." Press Time Bulletins (Hy Valley News Alliance) HKI) C. (iiilli- am, prominent Tehama fruit man, was instantly killed late Thiirsdaj near Montgomery Crook when bis car went off the- road, apparently wln-n foil asleep at (he wheel. He was born here and leaves a widow and throe children, Ms father, Thom- as W. (Jilliam, and one sister, Mrs. Knvillo Spaulding. i GANHHI DENIES COMMUNISTIC MOVE l PARIS, Sept. Gandhi, apostle of Indian free- doni. piocluimod Thursday that the world has nothing to fear i from an independent India. His country would not join Russia to j spread Communism, he said. PANGBOilN SEEKS U. S. AID FOR FLIGHT WASHINGTON, Sept. State Department Thursday i received word from Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon, Jr., ap- 1 pealing for aid in getting a permit, to leave Japan by air. "FATHER OF BROADCASTING" DIES PITTSBURGH, Penn., Sept. Harry Phillips Davis, 63, vice-president of the Westinghouso Electric and Manufacturing company, and known as the "father of radio died here Thursday.
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