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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 1, 1933, Woodland, California Independent Politically In News Service, Circulation. 60c a Month. ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY etnomrt WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY HECKE NOT SUPPORTING GOV. ROLPH RECALLPLAN Reports published in the metropol-j itan newspapers Wednesday that G., H. Hecke of Woodland is one of thej anti-Rolph men collecting funds to fin-! ance the recall movement agp.inst thej Governor were vigorously denied here today by Hecke. "Those rumors are absolutely without said Hecke. "I knew nothing of the recall proceedings and I intend to play no part in he added. The story of Earl C. Behrens, polit- ical reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, had Hecke, George H. Sehl- j meyer, state Grange master, and 0. i January Month of Contrasts Here in Recorder's Office One of the busiest and one of the slowest days in the history of the county recorder's office were chalked up d ring January, the records of County Recorder LeR. Pierce show. The busiest day was January 30, when a total of 28 documents were recorded and fee collections totaled S50.50. The slowest day of the month was January 27 when only one document was filed and the fee amounted to During the entire month, there were 262 documents placed on file, and collections of fees totaled the records show. THREE STATE OFFICIALS FACE OUSTER BY ROLPH Hitler Wins Dictatorial Powers For Government BERLIN, Feb. Von Hindenburg Wednesday signed an order dissolving the Reichstag and authorizing the Hitler cabinet to rule Governor James Rolph has under ithe (lecree whencver ifc is consideration a drastic plan for- necessary JURY HEARS EVIDENCE IN AUTO THEFT TRIAL HERE Bailey To Be Speaker Before Nevada State Bar A. G. Bailey, prominent Wood- land attorney and member of the board of governors of the Califor- nia State Bar, will deliver the principal address Saturday morn- inir at thc annual convention of THREE FUGITIES RETURNED FOR TRIAL the Nevada State Bar to be held j The fate of Lloyd Schlappi was! a( i slated to rest with a jury late Wed-! An invitation to deliver the ad- reorganization of his official An order for suppression of the ng aftcrnoon as his trial on a! dress was received this week by calling for the removal of three de- j party gove'jent with_ accepted the partment directors who are members j headed by Adolf Hitle lea lei of the 'permission neared its -d is now preparing his talk. of the governor's council. j Nazis and foe of Communism, was j I Attorneys from all sections of Thp hitrh officials involved it is as- I expected as clashes between Reds and j r ine nign omciaib invoiveu, ii, is, as r jiu.u4.r- Schlappi s companion, Jose Rodn- aprted arc Director of Finance increased throughout Germany, i seited, are JJnector oi finance KOI M____. late Tuesday afternoon was land A. Vandegnlt, Director of An official Nazi bulletin said that DudkjT Moulton and Director! Brown Shirt Enforcements from Hit- ot a charge by of Institutions Dr. J. M. Toner. ler's "private army" beiran a march W. Newman, assistant to Sehlmeyer, on a committee to solicit money toj finance the recall. Hecke stated that he has stood! ready at all times to co-operate with Governor Rolph and with Mr. Moulton j for the benefit of California agi ture. Hecke stated that he is no polit- j pe_s ically ambitious. "I was director ofj dat Yolo County Dairy Day Set For March 17 Announcement Soon If the plan works out as c! began a march i ior Judge Forrest A. Plant. C. C. McDonald, who was appoint- on the town of Homberg in the Rhine-; i ed deiense attorney for Schlappi, was I land, after a shooting affray between J 110.1. i _ linn n inn ornnnn the ouster statements will be issued: Communists and fcaz.s, in which two his d the ground Nevada will attend the annual meeting at Reno, and an elabor- ate program of entertainment has been arranged for in addition to the business program. Bailey will leave here Friday night for the Nevada city. u. by the governor before the end ofj Nazis and one policeman were killed iautomobilc in tion had bccn the week and possibly before Rolph and several men wounded. help ing J l to which he offer., A t S suppoued Schlap e d t seeing the department maintained useful at servance sponsored by the group. The. public works, program, which will be county-wide in I nature, will be similar to that held. 3d the ministry of justice. It was'an- i Was Rumored Before i nounced that Franz Guertner, a Xa- Rumorr, became current immediate-' tionalist and minister of justice in the prs story. Members of the hn Yolo county for February j Three men who last Thursday nifht i sawed their way out of county jail to make their escape and who i were captured Saturday at Rosebnrff, j Oregon, Wednesday morning afain were placed in jail here to await final decision as to charges to be placed i against them. The three men are Clair Roby, 34; j Everette Chambers, 26, and Charles Ogelby, 26. Sheriff J. W. Monroe and Special j Deputy Sheriff Ernest Brown went to j Roseburg to return the trio j Roby, charged with burglary, and I Chambers and Ogelby, facing trial on charges of robbery, may be brought j into court rt-n t.he jail escape charges, which carry prison sentences of from one to ten years. Conviction on the charges originally placed against them would carry imprisonment of from one to five years. It is not considered likely that of of theft will be and 4-H clubs against although they. have' took the car owned by Wirth Buckles I' "Mr. Sehlmeyer is the Master of j lasf the State '6 tentativc i ly following; the removal of Garrison Mast two cabinets, had been rcappoini- includes a i and Herz that Rolph planned to added Program I tour of a number of dairies and a trip tend the house-cleaning into other de- no, do I of tlle MAlfi lltlb LULL movement when ,t was published as, ,ain in atlmitted that iesisiatcll.E j raws. othe.s had suggested to him tlatj contributions or other, support. I haveJ h ..._..! not done so and I do not intend to i CtlmPus- i At a meeting to b members of the faculty m; ruary ]7; winters, Tuesday, Febru- ary jTransamcrica 1-H Club McctinKs ICati-rpillar February '1, Yolo -1-H; February I ijjbting iro Osuna has promised fullest co-op-j ;vi.ulison .i.il; Dunnigan j '-1-H; February Clarksburg Scout Willow Oak effort to dKc-rminc- to what extent iC tC plpU1
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