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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 14, 1932, Woodland, California Independent Politically Dominant in News Service, Advertising, Circulation. 65c a Month. KSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Today's News Today Official Newspaper of Yolo County and the City of Woodland. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1932. ESTABLISHED 1877 YOLOANS FACE ARGES 0-fO oroner's Jury Fails CONTENTS 100 jixpectediMEN ACCUSED Yolo OF KIDNAP To PI XU -L 1 WORKING Crash RlamelNOTE NEAR SWINSON EFUSES TO 'AKE STAND T INQUEST (Charles Toms. 21, and Norman i 17. Seattle youths killed last Dnday night on the highway neai livis, died as the result of fractured lulls received when they were struci-'; the automobile of Fred L. Swinson j Sacramento. Such was the verdict the coroner's jury Monday after- Jon at an inquest held in the MJ- iry funeral parlors. [Coroner W. C. McXary conducted inquest. Refuses Stand I Swinson refused to take the stand ton advice of his counsel, C. C. Mc- Swinson is charged with man- iughter and hit and run driving, and  appear later this week at Davis jr a preliminary examination. Thomas E. Cooper, Davis, tes- I'ied as to the cause of death of the Jo youths. Traffic Officers W. I. Isselman and H. A. Englehart told pursuing Swinson and of the dis- Ivery of the tragedy as they pa- ired to cite him for speeding. Identifies Bicycle IChief of Police Floyd Gattrell of ivis testified that the bicycle the luths were riding had -been stolen in Elmer Farnham Host at Real 'Bridge Party' Elmer Farnham was host at a real "bridge party" Sunday. Not the kind that is played by four people with a deck of cards at a little, low table, but a bridge party with hammers, saws and lumber. He invited a group of friends to come over and "we'll dn some "Don't get me said Farnham.. "It's a new bridge over the creek I want, and there isn't a chance of trumping your part- ner's ace
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