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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 13, 1935, Woodland, California                                 No other medium in this field than the “Democrat” can so quickly and effectively translate advertising into action, and yet it has the lowest milline rate because its paid-up circulation is four times greater than that of any other newspaper published in Yolo county.  ISSUED DAILY EXC EFT SUNDAY  emdcir^at  rn  The “Democrat’s” background of alert newa-interest builds an intangible plus of extra vitality for j its advertisers. Its readers are I better buying prospects because the  S  paper holds their attention longer.  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1935.  ESTABLISHED 1877  TWO SLAIN,    900Expected for Annual$25,000Fruit GUSTAVE E.  3 WOUNDED^. 1 ™  Bureau     ^ emb SCHLOSS ER,  c? rs  Call  AS GROCER RUNS AMUCK  Dinner at Davis  PITTSBURG, Dec. 13 Shouting “I’ve lost my girl and I’m going to kill everybody,” Luciano Gar-1 cia Sanchez, ‘28-year old grocer, to- J day whipped out a pistol and went on a shooting spree through the streets of Pittsburg, winding up in a pitched battle with a posse of GO officers and citizens and a casualty list of two dead and three seriously wounded.  Sanchez shot and killed Police Officer John Buckley, 38, and was drilled nine times ‘himself by police bullets, dying several hours later at a hospital.  Three Wounded  Shot through the body were Police Captain Daniel McNeil, 35, Special Officer Chris Maze, 60, and Deputy Sheriff Sal Jimno, 27.  Sanchez, according to reports, had been morose and had gone on a long drinking bout since he broke up with his girl who lives in Watsonville. Early today he went into a pool hall and started shooting at the lights.  More than 900 persons are expected to attend the annual Yolo County Farm Bureau membership dinner, which will be held Saturday Evening at 0:30 o’clock in the gymnasium on the College of Agriculture campus at Davis. The event annually attracts Farm Bureau members and their families from every corn-  (INS)   er  the county, and it is one of the biggest traditional farming  ♦events to be staged in Yolo county. Serving of the dinner will start promptly at 6:30 o’clock.  I The dinner is being prepared and i will be served by members of those Farm centers that were lowest in the ! recent Farm Bureau membership j drive. Members of the Capay Valley.  I Madison, Spring Lake anil Elkhorn Farm centers will serve as chefs and waiters for the rest of the Farm Bu-i reau group.  j The usual program of entertainment j features, including stunts by various I Farm Centers and Home departments, musical numbers and special novelty I numbers will be presented.  I Admission to the dinner will be by presentation of Farm Bureau mein-  At Winters PROMINENT  YOLOAN, DIES  Directors of Fruit company  YOLO AUTO TOLL SOARS  the Winters Dried! meeting Thursday in Winters, decided to call f< r bids shortly after the first of the year for the construction of a new building, the first unit of a series, to replace the one destroyed in the $300,000 W inters fire early in August.  R. L. Niemann, secretary and general manager of the firm, revealed Friday that the new unit, to cost ap-$25,000, will be erected  28 Lives Claimed By Accidents On Roads  Gustave Ernest Schlusser, 78, prominent resident of Yolo county for the past 57 years, died early Friday morning at the Woodland Clinic where he had been a patient since November 21. Mr. Schlosser had been in fulling J health for some time, and he had un-  Droximately vwo    »«    ■     t  cairn mr some tune, »m*  ,,v   just west of the old property on lots J dergone a number of operations recently purchased from the South-  C ently. em Pacific. At a later date, othe  re  buildings will be constructed to make  UMAN JAILED ON CHARGE OF STEALING FIRM FUNDS  Although nearly three weeks of the^t>e rs hjp cards  year remains, automobiles in Yolo;    -  county have claimed twice as many ; lives this year to date as during the: entire year of 1934. This is revealed by the records of the Yolo county  zrtea snooung ai me ngncs.    -    reeortW o    ,     D  ;  Buckley and M«e answered the call;    ‘ he . <  al, , f ’”™ a .    I  from the pool room proprietor. The ^  whlch s , h " w .    S    £Sp  *1 *    28 persons killed in automobile acci-,  ™ “ at     ,f    \ rh ll thr dents In the county this year as com-  a blind alley. He opened fire on the  pared (o ]4 knlt . d  \  nl93 J.    J  There have been 128 automobile ac-j cidents to date, which in addition to  Man Missing From Hotel Sought  Born in Hancock county, Illinois, August 5, 1857, Mr. Schlosser*    re—  the Winters    plant one of the    most    ntained in Illinois until 1878 when    be  modern and    complete in the state.     (     came to California,    locating in    Yolo  Change Policy    county. He worked    on a farm    anti  The plant will discontinue for the dx years later returned to Illinois to time being    serving the county    as    a    marry his childhood    sweetheart.    I bedded fruit    packing company.    Tht    :    wedding took place    March 12,    18K.>,  auxiliary services will be specialized I and Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser this yva» in such as    almond    cracking,    green■    observed their Golden Wedding anni-  fruit packing    and fig    fumigating. The    versary by holding open house    ann  new’ plant will also serve the Winters Laving a family reunion.    •  Purchased Farm  bis  Gu?-.  *-riv-t Schlosser  officers, felling Maze, but Maze kept shooting and Sanchez ran back through the pool hall and into another street.  Slays Officer In front of the pool hall. Sanchez shot and killed Buckley. The officer was still firing as he fell dead.  Sanchez then raced several blocks to the home of Warren Valenzuela, where Valenzuela, his wife, and four children were sleeping. He barricaded himself in a room and shouted, “Somebody come and take me.”  A posses of citizens and officers went into action, surrounding the house and filling the room with, bullets as Valenzuela and his family fled.  McNeil and Jimno were wounded before Sanchez collapsed.  district as a bonded warehouse,  Architects are now working on plans for a structure which will he! about 60x240 feet in size. It will be modern in every detail and constructed in such a way that additions can be made. It is probable the contract will be let during January.  In announcing the decision of the directors, Mr. Niemann declared. “We plan to widen our scope of operating  Fear for the safety of Dan WTI-1 to better serve the W inters district, claiming 28 lives, have caused phy- Hams. 61-year old Yolo county rest- j By establishing the auxiliary services sical injury to more than 300 persons, dent, was expressed late Friday aft-: we will be helping Winters farmers Many of those listed as injured suf- ernoon by members of the local police who have needed a fumigating and fered only minor injuries, but there; f ()rce  following his disappearance j nut cracking plant for some time. We were many others who sustained in-j from a Woodland hotel last Saturday, j have just about made up our minds juries of such a nature that the I Notified Thursday by the manage-j as to the type of building we want, victims will be permanently affected.! ment of the hotel that William* hadj  I.ast year, only    _____ ____________________  day in Sacramento, officers immediately contacted capital police and requested them to make a search for him.  Williams, a residents of Robbins  ll  I^»  We  We  104 accidents were! recorded for the entire year.  Captain Henry R. Jacobs of the j Yolo county squad states that the! alarming increase in automobile fatalities is general throughout the state and nation, and that vigorous steps are required to curb reckless driving.  The following directors were present Thursday when the important decision was reached: H. G. Boyce, W. A. Brinck, C. B. Phillips, J. L. Harlan, A. P. Pleasants, A. A. Graham and It. L. Niemann.  Local Realtor Attends  SEESAW MARKET i Nevada C —'  M< * ting  CONTINUES FRIDAY  Courtesy' Dean Witter and Company, Sacramento Offices.  NEW YORK, Dec. 13—W'ith stock quotations dropping 4 and 5 points, and wheat going up 4 and 5 points, the extreme unsteadiness of the late market was particularly noticeable when the trade-was closed Thursday. Quotations:  Open  Transamerica .......  Caterpillar ........  Pac. Lighting So. Calif. Edison P. G. & E.  Golden State Milk  Standard Oil .....  Calif. Packing Co  U. S. Steel ..........  General Motors Anaconda Copper Am. Telephone ...  American Can ....  Mont. Ward ........  Am. Tobacco A.  Southern Pacific Bethlehem Steel Am. Tobacco B.  Radio Corp. .......  West. Electric ...  United Aircraft ,  Chrysler .....  Total sale  Franks Parish of Wraith and Far-: ish returned to Woodland Thursday night from Grass Valley after helping the Nevada county realtors organize a unit of the state organization. Mr. Farish is vice-president of the third district.  The Woodland resident was one of the main speakers on the program and urged all real estate men from Grass Valley and surrounding territories to join the association. The meeting was held at Bret Harte Inn.    rui, a  has been residing in Woodland to take medical treatment because of a weak] heart. He had planned to spend last j Saturday in Sacramento and return I to town in the evening.  Williams* belongings were left at; the hotel, attracting the attention of I the management.    !  City Council Approves  Rancher at Dixon Loses in Fire  I Frank Dettling, Dixon rancher, is  _ _    (computing loss of a ranch fire which  Rnnflc    I Tuesday night destroyed a bum, HO  Donas OI C0niraci0r] ton8 of hky>  gg hogs ami 60 chickens  Returning to California with bride, Mr. Schlosser rented a I Goat-re iarm near Zamora, and two year** later he purchased the farm property. The Schlusser* made their homes on the ranch until 13 years ago when they moved to \\ oodland to establish their home.  Mr. Schlosser was active rn com-' triunity affairs, serving several years Ion the school board anti for eijght I years being a deputy sheriff. Ile i also active in fraternal affairs j held memberships in Grafton No. 293, I. O. O. F. at Zamora,  I land Hebekah Lodge No. 249, i land Encampment of Odd Fe ' and the Hermann Sons.  Active Fireman Alter locating in Woodland, Schlosser became a member o  :  Woodland Volunteer Fire depart j and was active in its a1 fairs | failing health forced him to ret In addition to his widow, Mrs.  J nie Josephine Schlosser, he ii I vived by six children: Mrs. H«  I Wilkendorf and Henry A. Soh I of Woodland, Mrs. Henry San of Roseville, Gustave E. Sehl ! Jr., of Yuba City', John J. Sch I of Zanrora and Julius C. Sc-hlosi i Stockton. Ther e are also ten y j childr en who survive. Superior A Ernest Weyand of Colusa count | cousin.  Funeral, cervices will be holt I urdav afternoon at 2 o’clock frc  wh  TF  Grover M. Traylor, 50, former employe at the Woodland Steam Laundry. was arrested Thursday evening on the charge by Harvey Bender, own-, cr of the laundry, that Traylor has I collected approximately $500 for tho ! firm and failed to turn in the money, i Bender stated Friday that he plans to file scores of individual complaints i against Traylor as rapidly as the al*  ! leged fraudulent transactions are un-j covered. Only one complaint has been filed to data-, charging Traylor with I patty theft in connection with the col-j lection of $15.06 on October I. It is charged that Traylor never turned the Z nrnnev ov« r to the laundry.  I ll Traylor had worked with Bender from 1912 to 1018 and when Bender purchased the laundry in 1918 continued to work for him. Bender stated Friday that once before Traylor allegedly had trouble with his accounts Wood- j and at that time Bender assisted him ll recover $2600 in straightening up his affairs. When ■\ Garrotte, local Traylor returned to Woodland after the terms of a a brief absence, he again started to . tis, Third Dis- work for Bender, and it was not until s.    I recently that the alleged shortages  Higher court af-1 were uncovered.  The accused man is being held in the county jail here pending his arraignment on the single petty theft charge now against him. Bender said that filing of the additional charges will be effected as rapidly as the accounts handled by Traylor can be checked.  Court i ned  Fight  mer  Seal Chalmers, in April, 1034, r judge in Yolo  ■ r  «  jran .I u< I j  «-d to Webster rep-! t made with Gar*) tee of the performable Granada Thou-1 a The National and o Webster. in Dispute  Garrette alleged forfeited the right •a use of a violation e lease. Judge Chal-if the contract had ,l eech was condoned t* Appellate Court’s  SANTA TO AGAIN WELCOME KIDDIES  repr  Ha  ll  ana.  s at-  igma  na i ii  May July .....  December  .13 .55 Va .. ,51 % ,.23% 20 % .10% .38 35% .40 % 54% 26% ..,.156 134 ,39% ...93% .22% ...47 95  .ll Va 92% ... 22%   85%  1.890.006.  WHEAT  .99   91 %  ........ 1.01%  Close 12% 55% 51% 23% 29% 10% 37 % 35 46 54% 26% 154 131 39 92 22% 46% 94 11% 92% 33% 84%  Var.  + % — % — %   %  %  Bishop to Confirm  Class at St. Luke’s  , on his ranch, west of Dixon. The fire  Holding a special session Thursday I*    ^  night in the city hall, the city council; 8 !'^ 1 s     .    '    .    resnon  accepted bonds posted by Charles F.j , The Dixon fire Unger of San Francisco and officially i  c ^ e< I to the aa n . * awarded him the contract to erect the    on the property.  final unit of the city hall. No date     #     _    p.  wa« aet for a crew of men to start j Christmas I ree Draws  w'ork, but it will probably be as soon as federal officials formally approve I the award.  Kraft Brothers’ chapel with Re Black of Knights landing off Burial will be in Mary’s ce met* Yolo where graveside i it*  I conducted by members of Lodge No. 203, LO. O. F.  —1% — %  — % — %  Bishop A. W. Noel Porter, Bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento, will be the guest of the St. Luke’s Episcopal church in Woodland Sunday evening on the occasion of tim confirmation of a large class to be presented by Rev. Mortimer Chester,  Bishop Porter will preach the .sermon at the services W loch begin at 7:30 o’clock. A musical program will , also be presented.  Wheat Advances Full Limit in Chicago Pit  I CHICAGO, Dec. 13— (INS)—The usual excitment which characterizes ! activity in the wheat pit became pan-i demonian! when w'heat futures *>ky-1 rocketed five cents on news of pegging of Argentine new crop wheat at j OO cents a bushel. All domestic mar-) ket immediately advanced the full five cent limit, some of them receding before the close.  100%  .92%  1.01%  +5  -1-1%  Stolen Calculator  Found in Gutter  BUTCHER COW  Local Men Face Court for 'Prank'  Wha! appeared during the height of a “celebret iot}” Monday night to be a huge joke and merely a playful prank, Friday turned into mighty serious trouble for two young Worland men.  The celebration prompted the idea of killing and butchering a cow on  I the Lloyd May ranch on Cache Creek# ......... 111  ■■--------. ~  I in Colusa county. The hind quarter.]    L  of the animal were loaded in the carl  pa ; r be  prosecuted. No charges have and brought to Woodland where the, been filed against the two Woodland  men, and an open hearing wa  Interest at Hotel  Hundreds of Woodland residents! are visiting Hotel Woodland to view I the Christmas tree placed in the lobby by Dave Chambers. The tree is outstanding in that well over IOO red lights have been placed on it. The tree was brought here from Chambers Lodge at I .ake Tahoe.    ♦ ♦ ♦'-  Cash Awards Will Be Made Monday At Calloni Market  Bradley J. Stephens’ stolen calculator has been returned to its owner.  The machine was found rn a gutter *****  wa *    Amends  near the intersection of Third and)    Seek    Amends  Bartlett streets. The thief evidently,     The followm * < la >' the    two you,,*  mistook the machine for a portable  typewriter and then discovered when he found that it would be of no use to h>.n. The calculator is valued at upwards of $300.  Preliminary Set for Youth on Girl Charge  Joe Day, charged with contributing: to the delinquency of a minor, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace! A. B. Avilla Friday afternoon. His j preliminary hearing was set for Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock.  Work Starts Rebuilding Burned Service Station  men, Marcel March and E. L. Peter-] son, realized what they had done the previous night, and feeling remorseful, loaded the meat into a car and turned it over to Sheriff George Uoux of Colusa county. They then went to interview May, expressed their regrets for what they had done, and asked what they could do to make up for the act.  May was highly incensed and after  nng  held Friday afternoon!!) Williams jus-j tice court to determine what action shall be taken.  Both of the local men told ( olusa . gaping  a(1( ) authorities that the butchering of the    .    ...  cow was inspired by the celebration I and that it was not until the next morning that they realised their act I was not a prank. They said they im-1 mediately sought to make amends I with May by confessing their act and offering to compensate him for the cow.  Rebuilding of the Cache ( reek son Service station, which was destroyed w, Williams, in the sale of mortgag-by fire five months ago, began this i )a ,.i.. v  week under the direction of E, Has-i    *  UH. local contractor. The property! Amo,* the witness™ who hollies-belongs to IL S. Jewett, and is leaded 1 tified wen ( . W . l^eggt ti, A. C. A by L L Hemingway.    (den    ami    Frank    W. Nissen for the peo-  TRIAL DRAGS  Evidence Heard in Conspiracy Case  Slow progress was being made Friday in the trial of Lyle Johnson, Ca* pay Valley resident charged with conspiracy to effect the sale of mortgaged property. Evidence is of a technical nature, seeking to establish that John  assisted C. W. Leggett, alias C  pit* and Ernest johnson, who testified 1 for the defense out of his regular] order.  Start of taking evidence was delay-! od Thursday afternoon when the pros-J ecution filed an amended information.  L. Cullom’* Columbia Market will] be the scene of the next drawing Monday, of Cosh Dividend tickets. Alii holders of Dividend Tickets who attend the drawing at 2 o’clock at The] Columbia Market Monday will have ] an opportunity to win the $5.00 door  1  prize, as well as two other special I door gifts fri nu Mr. Calloni, a box *»! navel oranges and a box of fancy Ore-. gun apples.  In addition, the usual $25, $10 and $5.00 awards will be made.  Ask for Cash Dividend Tickets from the following firms:  Stationery*—J. F. Latlitnce.  Bakery—The Model,  Plumbing, Healing, Refrigeration— Fred R. MeGrew.  Men’s Wear—Dunlap and Bricker, Welder.  Milk, Luncheon Service—Sanitary Dairy.  Shoes Exclusively- Groh’s, Luras-ehi's (Shoes and Shoe Repairing). Service Station—Roach Oil Co. Refrigerators, Fuel and Heating Groceries—L. Galloots Columbia Market.  Feed, Fuel, Auto son’s.  Department Stores (men’s, boys’ wear, si Cleaners—Dutcher laundry and Dry ( lea nays.  Plants—Union Ice. Co.  Sheet Metal, Heating -J. Barth. Furniture—Woodland Furniture Co. Pharmacy—Come? Drug Co., Lei*   1  tbold Drug Co., Yolo Drug Co.  I 5-10-15c Store—Sprouse-Reitz Co., Inc.  Electrical—Weider’s Electric Store. Style Shops—The Fashion, The Woodland Corset Shop.  I Dry Goods—Briefs, J. (’, Penney  Mrs. Martin, Former  Woodlander Dies  Mrs. Christie Barr Martin, a bot 78, died at her home in Oaklan Thursday night after an illtie»» < several years, according to informs tion received by her sister-in-I av Mrs. Hattie Barr of W oodland. NI t Martin formerly lived here.  She was the aunt of Mess. Jenn Appleby and Troy Barr of Espar land Arthur Shellman of Wood I an 1 Also surviving are three children ai 1 several grandchildren.  -—-—♦ ♦ ♦ -  GRAINS ADVANCE  CHICAGO, Dec. 13—- (INS)-  Grains were slightly higher in today’s sessions. Harley closed at No. 5 tough, 75, and barley futures at from 15 for December to 15% for May.  oman Shows ement at Clinic  a!  \v  *0  v.%     and,    resident of      ed    slightly im-      Wot    xlland Clinic      pain    ifuI arm op-      urn    lervveiit late      i*t in    Mrs. Wak      •arly  lcntl;    in the week y pricked it      day    rdered to the by Dr.* T. IL      the    wife of “Al*     VV  < I  Santa Claus will be in Woodland again Saturday with a bag of candy for every boy and girl who visits hfs headquarters in the former Sprouse-Reitz building on Main street.  Derrill Bricker, Everette Griffith and Charlet Gordon of the Chamber of Commerce Santa Claus committee completed plans for his arrival Friday. They report one of the features of the dav will be awarding three prizes at 2:30 o’clock to the children who write the best letters to Santa. Henry Bush, Joe Breit and Brad I Weaver have been chosen judges to make the selections. The winners will * receive $5 in prizes.  I Hundred- of children shook bands I with Santa a week ago and will do t so again Saturday. Doors to Santa’s headquarters will open at 9 o’clock ' and close at 5 o’clock.  The Chamber of Commerce will bring Santa to town again on December 21, 23 and 24.___  Landing Masonic Hall Directors Reelected  R ep  O  ork Started .^Tain Street Here  'he eleventh annual stockholders • ting of Grafton Masonic hall adiation, the corporation in control affairs of the Masonic building in  M  Knight  evenin of dirt year.  The  landing, was held Thursday in the river town. The board reelected for another  dors wa:  (in  ant  RETURN  Former Residents  VISIT  Friends  J,  B  Duff:  h r  Jr.,  cation.  include  is held a meeting im-,owing the stockholders’ ie purpose of organiza-  1 ** u J ted in retaining W. as president and E. G. retary-treasurer of tho Other members OU the . ii. Dyer, Mrs. Ainiee I* F, Perry.  Waiter “Black NN alter” lf ut* I on of Fresno were in NNomlland for a *  I anceships.  Huston left here in I HO I and l>  many old friends who have eith been taken by death or have mov<  el>ew here.  Dr. .Jackson is a retired dent i Huston is operating a cigar stand one of the larger San Francisco \  it ii  and Dr.  Allan Jackson  it old acuuain-  Liquors Banned From United States Mails  Both inquired for  liquor? -t to c liable  1 anno  onfi  to  md in the  ^cation and heavy pen-  11 nee rn im- Ed. from , mr ton  ut made I. Leake he portal During  Wa  pr<  an;  to  .Ii  orig.  sui ii  day:  -Ii 11 ii  Hill  The  lit I »•  dec I a red t |j s the “facult happy with  visitors are for a visit o • to see ho  nu  niber 0 £ liquor  Ll  I)  in 1 in  th  Sales—Epper-  Arthur’s] es and drugs.) ] ros., Woodland  DAVIS BONDS SOLD  New Member Voted Into Lions Club Scout Troop  ll  $961 Premium Paid  Meeting iii special xe-sion I hursday    aa  of supervisor* .sold S19JMM! of t>otid'» issm*d district lo meet the district’w share of lh** ac at the school through th* l*\V A program.    I  and Company of Fan I* l anci-t »>,• whose bid was high with a premium of $961.  Three other offers    were  Dean Witter and Company and Moulton company offering to  « rn  J3  * el rn mm  Wrm. rn.  19,000 Issue  •~a m    the    5    olo count> lioard  rn Ba*- Davis I ii iota High school ** ■» f improvements being made &    w    ere    sold to Donnellan  ii  liar premium  * 1* was voted into the Is club troop No, 2 of Boy Scouts meeting of the group held Thura-night in the scout cabin. Fran-5101 y hail, Richard Bond, Hampton orts and Gordon Wallace were Riled into the tenderfoot rank, dward Throndson of the lions club the inspector, awarding troop honors to the Ravens and individual inspection to Robert Hughes,  Ro  r’a>  Co., The Vogue.    .  Newspaper Subscription or Job] tho purchase, and Yolo court Printing—Woodland Daily Democrat, purchased the < larksLut  no us ic* K. ll nmk 1 w Vi ic F  TF  ad v-' Pe **  i  (l.m i>€* 1 visors voted $83.<>0 for wrm SJT in a Sacramento newspa-i Fling an edition for the ded-u aday of the new M street  Weather Forecast  Sacramento Valley : Fair Friday night; Saturday fair followed by increasing cloudiness; moderate northwest wind,   

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