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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 11, 1933, Woodland, California                             Independent Politically Dominant in News Service, Advertising, Circulation. 65c a Month. ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY emomd; WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1933. DIVORCED WIFE SEEKS SHARE OF PROPERTY Suit to collect what sho alleges isj a portion of her share of community j property was filed Saturday in supe- j riov court here by Grace Singleton aginst George H. Singleton. A final; decree of divorce was granted Mrs., Singleton in the local superior court! June 20, 1931. j The complaint asks that Singleton! be forced to give his former wife j as her share of j which he allegedly collected as their share of a payment on an in-j surance adjustment when a hotel they j jointly owned at Crescent Mills in j Plumas county was destroyed by fire. Mrs. Singleton alleges that they signed a written agreement setting forth that a house and lot in Wood- land, valued at the lot inj Crescent Mills, on which the hotel stood, and valued at and t'nc sum received from adjustment of the fire loss claim were community prop- erty. The complaint alleges that Single- j ton has disposed of both the Woodland lot and house and the Crescent Mil's j lot. but has not paid -Mrs. Singleton her share of the In addition to her share of the in- surance money, Mrs. Singleton asks lor an injunction preventing her for- mer husband from disposing of any of the amount until a full has been effected. J. H. Laugenour is attorneye fori Mrs. Singleton. New Manager for National Theater Assumes Duties Clifford .Morris of San Fran- cisco arrived in Woodland Satur- day to become manager of the National Theater, succeeding Walter 8. Merrill, who has held that position for approximately a week. Merrill left Saturday after- noon to return to Ukiah, where he is manager of the theater own- ed by the Redwood Theater inter- ests. He expects to return here frequently to assist Morris. The new manager, who it is expected will be permanently lo- cated here, is one of the youngest managers of the Redwood Thea- ters company, owners of the Na- tional here. He is regarded by officials of that company as their having been with the company since his grammar school days. Morris has managed several theaters and is familiar wtih every angle of the theater business. Oakland Man Nabbed After Wild Driving Harold J. Holt, 40. of Oakland, Fri- POWER WEEK-END TO NAMED BE STORMY SUIT F0R! Chico FiudINNORTHERN MAN'S DEATH Male Holds Up Traffic, But Pays ForFeatWithLlfe Court? tal 4 TfcXM. of a tragedy! i! pro i nent Colusa farmers were heard in Kilpatrie were filed Saturday with! ________ Cily Manager H. H. Hume. i Yolo county, along with all of i i They were presented by N. E-j northern California, is due for a woi. claimed the lives of two proifti-i who was accompanied to: Week-end. jnent Colusa farmers were heard injthfl dty hal, by Ml, This wag the SatUrda> Superior court here Saturday i federal JMrs. Jennie C. Dunham and two! The'petition circulated during the! j -.hildren filed suit against the Pacific ffiw wceks> contains a total of 721' j 3as and Electric company for j of wnom it is said 003 are j-lamages for the death of J. R. vot.prs. The total number voters. Tho total who with Ben Gould, was elec- i nccessary to procml wilh wfls City Manager Hume will ciiock the resumCi register and file the petitions with the city council storm nain, trocuted April 21, 1932, on the Gould; when a tree fell upon a highj voltage power line and the broken j 1 wires fell upon and charged a fence! j with which the men came in contact for next Wednesday. .vhen they attempted to open a the event it is found that the pe- The charge is made that when are in legal form and contain power vires became grounded, the Sllfficient names of qualified voters, -urrent in the P. G. and E. substation jt-ne proposition to recall the men will I automatically became disconnected, put on the ballot for the next mun- jbut that men at the substation threw !jcipal election, taking place  vas the: in his car and did not see the boy principal speaker of the evening and i running across the highway until too gave a interesting talk on the; late to avoid striking him. Mienkit- co-operation of farm organizations.'trick swerved his car sufficiently to local and national. avoid running over the child, but the I machine struck him and hurled him IX Norton, Yob Investi round into the death circumstances bv shooting of omics. Prices on leecl barley m v. an- H, i fornia declined around two and one- Andrew Aachen. 00, negro was being thu bv UMn Iralf Per 100 and reached the lowest, continue. Saturday oliicevs but; J- fouiuyito the pavement. adv.ser from was; jlicnkittrk.k stopped .ml gave interesting statis-! lhc IQ tics on Uie loss of that pan ol. the: market for jrrain caused by ma-: i chinery ('isplacing the horses mules 'in the farms, which in turn! he automatically displcxced the: teamster-- that were required to ban- die UK' i'.nimals and care for them, lot of unc-mploy- he did advo- cate the return of the horse a'-.d mule and aided Clinic. irl SLIGHT GAINS MARK HALF-DAY I DYING MAN FLAGS In a recent series of stories appear-1 ing in the "Democrat" concerning: salaries paid county employes, the i rites for Andrew Machen. point on record since figures do, uus u c a nounca was found mysteriously shot; first available in 1885. Gram and o.he, n o Wednesdov ni.ht, were held Saturday j ghums were also weak, but corn andjcera dec.nred that they a c r. sa afternoon'at the W. C. McNarv fu- oats markets were strengthened! -th the present s.atus ot the I Last i who am! want to know who Home neral home. The service was con-' slightly I y the severe wintry weather _ ducted bv Rev. J. T. Muse of the Sec-i which prevailed throughout the Centred man s body, ond Caprist church with a choir ofjtral and Eastern sections of the, and nior.c-y and other took Com lesy Dean Witter and. Company, Sacramento Offices. XEW the gains were j slight, still the averages for Saturday Demonstration did show that the issues for the day a movement has: were slightly on the up grade. Quo- thc- ladies of YJiojtalions: Open Close Var. salaries oi the rural school super-, lor visors were listed at and a month for the three supcrvis- _ or. Many inquiries have Iven re- Alturas after having ceived by County Auditor Fred Por- vase as hopeless. I OOKOUT.__Paul Pemulh, bache-'fivc furnishing the music. Also as- ran'-hcr i-csiding at Egg- Lake, Insisting with the rites was the Grand i miles north of this place, lie.- seri-i United Order of Odd Fellows lodge in the general hospital all No. of Woodland. The Grand riven up his own i Masters Council No. of Sacra- i niento attended the services in a body. ler askh- if the supervisors! Demutlrs house is close to tho The cboir included-Helen Earl, Mel- -u-e aho "furnished with automobiles! Great Northern Railway track, overjha Corrine Wilkenson, Irene which freiahl trains pass daily. Robinson am! Bert Eiu'iicr with Mrs. or receive mileage. Porter explains that the salaries naid the .-chool supervisors include all, of their expenses. Out of this sum, track and place a sign Lying alone thev must furnish their own cars and in bed, Dcmulh heard the tram tnun- pay the c xpenscs of those cars in con-1 faring but agam ducting their work. They are allowed no expense tion. United States (luring the week. For- eign barley market..-; were weak and loweY ui'de-r an extremely slow in- quiry for both malting and i'-.-ed bar- ley. California barley markets were very unsettled and weak and trading First New Ford to on discov-j i ,1 I agent, stated that >ls been staned aiming an-" cs i Bounty to help use up the surplus of Transamerica I wheat by baking homemade bread. I Caterpillar 1 Miss Shirley McWilliam of Pleas-'; Pac. Lighting., i Grove, accompanied by her moth-; So. Calif. Edi. at the piano, gave hor usual excel-: p. G. E....... lent performance in impersonating; Standard Oil chaiacter scmgs and was rewarded (Rk-hfield 24 29 24 7 36 2-1% 29y4 remained of small volume. Export demand was limited at San with illness, but to the railroad I ninth was stricken i managed to craw, track and Dc but crawl to the railroad track and place J. T. Mi.se as accompanist. Pallbearers were Frank Knnny of Sacramento, Ed Gaither, Fred Scott, Charles Davis, Edgar Diggs and Bert Eigner. i The Deegan Motor rompany an- Franciscn! "ounces the arrival of a new Ford although moderate sales of" superior i V-K. which will be shown for i he first to staiKlard types were reported in Woodland Sunday, in UK- 1-ord the United Kingdom early in the; sli..wrooni> week. prices, however, were on j a basis onlv slightly over San Fran- j i witli a big hand of applause, the on College street, las a 1 12-inch whei in ir.anv different base and is models and es. It is said to be the mom- nlost rar ('V1J1': i The climax of the evening was reached when the Knights Landing i Den of Lions troupe "f dancing beau- i accompanied by their male i-s- jcorts, ouch one some famfus ciiifiiia star and intruduced At- on the accounts for tnxnsporta, Ministers to Visit County Hospital The Ministerial association is to hold its regular Monday meeting at t ]0 o'clock at the County Hospital on North Hospital lane. The superin- tendent of the hospital, W. 0. Msr- ders, is to explain to the ministers the workings of the institution, and opportunity will be given to inspect the place, and to determine how the ministers and churches may be of some value to it. Again it was burioi ing snow and it was not until he had made the third attempt that 'rainmen; saw his posted notice and picked him1 up. He was taken to Klamatb Falls, given first aid and sent to the hos- at the JModoc county seat. Local Youth Released in Crash Probe nuirh by Gcr- kins of Woo.lland. stage Madison Relatives Gilbert Sheets, 26, of Woodland, who escaped uninjured when the Madison relatives went to Vacaville Saturday to attend funeral services an oil truck on a Turlock street and I killed one youth and seriously injured another who was riding with him, is Stanislaus county i learned here Sat- Land Holders Seek Moratorium on Rent .not being held by for Chester Reihl of Vacaville, who j authorjtjes> was killed Wednesday when a barn on which he was working collapsed. Ihe accident happened Cisco prices of local No. 1 feed bar-! j ley. Scr-.ltered sales of medium malt-; ll'st- a ling types also were reported, but; i stage an 1 put on their fantastic i generally consisted of light individual j Tlle CI1K'ine horM'powcr; ;o ,he delight of the i tonnage' 'al a minute and a who responded gei.crously Heavy shipments in January of 8o milt's 'H''' hour- The round after round of applause. KJ music was furnished '.y Louie' La Due'.-- "one man orchestra" of. i Knights Landing, augmented by. 'Bradley .Stephens of Woodland, play-; j ing the harmonica. C. J. Schmidt of; Knights Landing, did the calling. 1 lief resliine-nls were served and a; j dance followed. The music fot- the; i dance was jirovided by Louie La Due; jand J. Schmidt. i I Much credit is due to the commit-; tee in charge for the successful af- Mfair, connsting of Mrs. Andrew Fus- ,UK, Mrs_ xuttall, Farm Cen- ter members from Knights Landing. U. S. Steel 28% General Motors IS-Ti 13% Anaconda Copper 7'4 7% Amcr. 'American Can "iSVs ,Mont. Ward Amor. Tub. A. So. Pacific Hethlehem Steel Anii'r. Tob. R. lladio iWesl. Eh-c....... United Aircraft is 1-IV4 18 1414 51% 23 istricted current inquiry from English I has an improved cooling system 'buyers to some extent. Boat space Ian X-doublc drop frame. There nr to'London was quoted at per in design with com lion and to Hull at to Fred j forl and econoniy strcsse, barley was extremely dull since most! j industries were using stocks accumu- earlier in the season and pur- w wen e j chasing only small lots when offered tomobile he was driving crashed into h J o- at discount under prevailing quota- tions. Improved prospects for pas-; S. F. to See Whistler's Famous Mother Portrait WHEAT May 47vs July 48 .48 Vi September -IlJ'.i .49% The Dow Jones averages: 30 indus- trials, up 0.32; 20 rails, 29.40, joff 0..9; 20 utilities, 25.50, up 0.05. turage tended to reduce purchases by feeder; The "Portrait of the Artist's Moth- altbough, continued by James McNeil! Whistler is weather has retarded growth of impeded to arrive in San Franc.scc feeds. '.today. The portrait, worth Further sale? of feed barley heinj? exhibited in the various art; n -w v, i in V-i-aville his -entire i AI1U j reported to Northern ports at per i centers of the country. Reihl had Ined m his enti.c after u Washington and The famous picture will be shown lifetime. Court of Honor Held for Red Bluff Scouts KLAMATH delegation of homesteaders of the Tulc Lake dis- trict met this week with B. E. Haydco. superintendent of the reclamation de- partment, to discuss possibilities of being granted more time for payme-.u of rental charges. Hayden told the delegation that he had forwarded a plan to Commis- sioner Elwood Mead, asking for a o AT had driven since early morning from Attending from Madison were Mrs. A ii-ii i AT i M Win Woodland on their way to Arcadia. 1 Grigsby, Mr. and Mrs. Will Loie-, f n i Tr i i sheets told officers that he fell asleep man Mrs. Roy Haves and airs, josie i J at the wheel, and that the car crashed Coleman. i. into the truck. j Earl Broadhurst, 22, was killed, and Davis YoUth FaCeS jhis brother, Lloyd, 25, was seriously hurt. Tho group were on their way Reckless Drive Count ton delivered Washington and Ore-' gon terminals. Feed barley Is selling! at the California Palace of the U-j in California at several dollars of j ton lower than hay and at unusually heavy discounts under mill feeds, Concentrates and feed wheat. This! has resulted in fairly heavy local! of barley despite the1 generally unsatisfactory prices of; Postmasters to Hold Meet at Oroville (By Valley News Alliance) P.ED court of honor was held here last night when badges Riif f a Pnimfv were Presented to a large number of Dime occivs Bov Scouts of Red Bluff) Los Molinos Junior College Gorbcr- B- 3 ,of Chico presided at the session which was attended by 150, including scout members, members of the mothers' club and officials. to Arcadia to join the llroadhurst! lairy and poultry products. i family. The Broadhursts arc from Jack Conway, who lives on the Da- Whitney, Nebraska. vis highway, appeared Friday in po-; ______ i lice court at Sacramento to answer' he requested the delin- quent 'holders be permitted to receive reclamation water. Man Win, he was l since. his Fresno Fruit Pool Votes to Liquidate of the af- P i Oi. i. quiaion o e a- Trip tO East StatCSj fairs of the California Peach and Fig i ___ _ ,i ml t .1 i Pfi nnilF 4 P Snorts Editor to u. ana c. aecognizcs in. r. opuru iwiiur iu A. A. Cadcnasso of Madison i "made in of his achievcmcnts nc lcft Saturday Dixon Main's Record! Attend Local Banquet! Berkeley fo, a t-ip a t-p to Illinois, as a guest of the State I- arm- _ ___ Chas. Dietrich was pte-l Russell Newland, sports editor foi-jei-a Mutual Auto Insurance company xcntcil with a pin by the Pacific Gas j the Associated Press association, no-jof which he is an employee. Mr. ami Klectrir Co. at a company meeting tiffed Secretary Fred Shaffer Cadcnasso have been attending in Sacramento on Wednesday eve- i day that he will attend the baseball j the slate meeting in Berkeley. In the ning. The pin is in recognition of 10 banquet to he given Monday evening j east, Cwdcnasso will attend the nn- (Bv Valley News Alliance) postmaster and their wives from various upper Cali- fornia cities will attend the quarterly meeting of tho Sacramento Valley Postmasters' association meeting here tonight. James Cremin, postmaster of Marysville, is president of the asso-' ciation. Valley News Alliance) resolution urging Butte county's representative in the state legislature to secure an aniend- ;mcnt to tho Junior College law so that I no junior college tax would be noc.es- Isary in counties not having a junior i college was passed by tho supervisor-. I The resolution is similar to one passed in Amador county. and affiliated corpora- has j tions was voted by directors of the co-operative at a meeting here today. The board decided to cease opera- Lions in favor of new peach and fig units now being organized to market! '-.heir crops through the California Lies for Injured in KLAMATK S. looker. of Dairy, Oregon, was brought to Valley Bourbon Heads Name One Committee The executive committee of i Association of Democratic Count? Committees of the Sacramento Northern San Joaquin Saturday morning at court and appointed a committee which wOl present recommendations to ciation. Appointed to the cotnmittM Theater Seat Prices Cut at National' Klamath Falls Friday, suffering from j Wallace A. Shepard, exposure and a soveraly fractured ami i torney, as the chairman; Frank a further local pat-; sprained left log. Oroville. and A. A. years service the company. at the Dixon office of by the I mcrce. Woodland Chamber ol Com- tional convention of the company, i will return February S2. llc Prune nn.l Apricot Growers' associa-i ,-onage, the National Theater Satur-j He was injured early Friday morn-j reduced the. price of logo scalding when his horse slipped and fell I lion of Han Jose. i day BURNING cents a drop of 15 cents. With1, with him on the highway. He laid.in j LOS It is feared thai olive trees ut Cor- a program of the latest films, Wood-j the snow for several hours in the bit- j scnRor w.th landers wMl see their shows M prices i ler cold until a passing truck driver wan brought to larger nearby cities. 1 discovered him. jpassenger ilifttly niiiK, Tehama county, were damago-1 by thd recent cold spell.   

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