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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 14, 1932, Woodland, California Independent Politically Dominant in News Service Advertising Circulation a Month 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 FACE ARGES Jury Fails CONTENTS 100 ACCUSED Yolo OF KIDNAP To PI XU 1 WORKING Crash NEAR SWINSON TO AKE STAND T INQUEST Charles Toms 21 and Norman i 17 Seattle youths killed last night on the highway livis died as the result of fractured lulls received when they were the automobile of Fred L Swinson j Sacramento Such was the verdict the jury Monday after- Jon at an inquest held in the iry funeral parlors W C conducted inquest Refuses Stand I Swinson refused to take the stand ton advice of his counsel C C Swinson is charged with man- and hit and run driving and appear later this week at Davis jr a preliminary examination Thomas E Cooper Davis 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 ired to cite him for speeding Identifies Bicycle of Police Floyd Gattrell of ivis testified that the bicycle the luths were riding had 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 ace this party Mrs Farnham made il a when she invited the group to he dinner guests at the Farnham home The guests were William Knauer Ernest Hutchings George Elton Stanley and Ralph Blann The kibitzers those who came to watch were Hen ings Orval Blann and Warren Green The Farnhams have been out a bridge since December when the high water washed the old bridge away during the heavy rains 0 E JACOBS A w r D c iv Not Guilty to IUV Charge WAGON BABY SUCCUMBS Trial Date Set Copyrighted by United Press HOPEWELL X J March I person in the small group with access ro the Lindbergh ransom note told the I United Press Monday that the j ment contain against the life j the and likewise threats against the family should they com- i i tunicate with the police or tell a Oscar E Jacobs who had lived most of his entire lifetime of 78 years i before a jury was set for April 29 i in Yolo county died at his home near I Zamora Monday morning following ai six months illness Funeral Frank Lucchesi after a brief j ments are being made by the of testimony Joe Vouch Monday pleaded not living soul ty in superior court here to Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh were counts of contributing to the told not to mention the kidnaping nor Sacramento to notify police and were warned to held I exactly as they were told For disobedience the note said the berghs would corny to harm Colonel Lindbergh acted wholly on when he called police He i showed the note to the first police of- i viser Monday announced that i have been nearly completed for the i annual Dairy Day tour to be held Thursday March 17 j Despite conflicting reports as to the date for the event it is definitely scheduled for Thursday and will start by automobile caravan at 10 in the morning from the Oak hall The State Highway Patrol aid with a motorcycle escort 100 Expected The first ston will be at the E H ranch where Fritz Fricke of a girl His trial which will be Margaret Lucchesi was granted an decree of divorce i Funeral Home but no announcement I has been made I Jacobs was born in a covered wagon i as his family was on its way to fornia from Missouri The family j came to Yolo county after a year in I San Joaquin county and Jacobs lived in this county since then was a farmer I lie is survived by five V V Jacobs of Santa has He children Civil actions set for trial Donald Ricci vs John Fernandez April M jury Charles Dumars vs Leslie Van Pelt et al May 19 jury Civil cases continued one week to be set Dorothy Haynes lat vs Fred H Henry vs Sacramento Northern J F gerald vs W A Whitmire et al i Petition of Meier and then folded it carefully into i of the dairy department of the i Yolo county Farm Bureau will an official welcome to the ex- dairymen and score or more business men of Woodland and oilier Yoio communities 1 discuss his herd and Paulson state champion ture Farmer cow judger will give a Indicted Monday by a Federal grand jury at Sacramento six men are facing the charge of alcoholic liquor and ing a still The men who are accused are Douglas Masters C E McCormick i Cellini Basil Maita Joseph i and Alphonse Biamco According to evidence submitted to purse and has not further it despite detectives and l gators having asked to see it i Four hours after kidnaping I Lindbergh was said to be because the existence of the note generally was known He asked to cease discussing it Three five-minute on in judgin cows Rosa 0 change his name was granted Continued on Page Two Jacobs Jr of Ventura Mrs Ely of Woodland Miss obs of Zamora and Tarlton Jacobs of Zamora There are two brothers R Jacobs of Stockton and J II of Woodland and three sisters Wets Lose in Fight to Gain Direct Vote James Taylor of Yolo Mrs E Baldwin of Berkeley and Mrs Welch of Woodland L By United Press WASHINGTON March Anti- t t t V 1 Ill -1 1 I 1 prohibitionists Monday ost their hafl ivis J Members of the jury were L W larlett chairman Roy Schoen G T livers H S Summers Ed W Praet Id Fred R McGrew Hart Schrader criminologist to bring the in Oakland came down I to a vote but mustered the Monday strength of 187 votes in the first iere he has been visiting clear-cut test on Prohibition in 12 has been retained by District At- years Neal Chalmers in the FUNDS DONATED TO SCOUT CABIN Demurrer in the case of Edgar A Tickler vs George Carpenter was j submitted after argument Petition for distribution in the tate of Louise Crokaerts was tinned a week Petitions granted Final accounting of trustee in estate of II C Liggett to mortgage estate to widow in the estate of Man- uel C Cardoza and final accounting and distribution in the estate of les Flick J CUNNINGHAM DIES IN CAPITAL 78 died nt early John D Cunningham his home in Sacramento day morning as the result of an auto- j Extension mobile accident in which he was question o jured a week ago He was the father The will of Sarah A Mrs Gladys Freeman of Woodlam nerman was admitted to probate According to Dr IL J Camp the The House voted 227 to 187 against the judiciary committee rom consideration of the resolution against Swinson After a brief visit in Woodland j left for Davis and the scent The resolution called for an of nent to the constitution jm effect 01 get The Union Oil company has bolstered during the few days j The Rotary club has made an donation of A similar sum was donated by J V Leithold pioneer druggist club's Pet Show netted a i which has been turned into Road Plans Discussed at Landing Meet Lee Kelly of Red Bluff and land well known here where lie had i spent some time with Mrs Freeman j and her family Cunningham was a native nf fornia and was formerly a San rancher For several years he had madi his home in Sacramento j The accident occurred in Sunday March when Cun- i and his son Walter Cun- i and members of family were returning to their home in after visiting Mrs in Woodland Mrs Cunningham and i Virginia received minor in- i xi A i I of the state highway h and the Achaean 01 juries profit was the principal speaker at the Mo services will be held day luncheon of the Knights Landing j Wednesday morning at o'clock and Sons funeral home in the accident Ing evidence donation from the Cub RAIN DUE IN YOLO COUNTY j Yolo county farmers perked tir j as rain started falling j i Light showers during the night j Iere followed by promise of more kin when N R Taylor United States leather at Sacramento ated that a storm was sweeping in to the states the control of liquor traffic Discharge of the committee would i brought the resolution directly the House There were fiery Beeches 1 of tht Dry speeches met with jeers and in from a militant wet Galleries were crowded with nen and women The meeting largely was in the i Sacramento Burial will be in the Odd j donated a flag and flag pole be building is s of completion cemetery the points to be a cow A group then be judged by all in the tour and prizes will be awarded to dairymen and business men The i prizes arc being donated by the j i ions in Yolo S C of the state dariy j department Will give a brief talk on 1 i the present economic condition of the dairy industry View Prize Herd The next stop will be at the Elton hvin ranch where Irvin will discuss herd which won high production I honors last month in the Solano Cow i Testing association Although he is a member of the Solano association i the herd is in Yolo county G E don of the University of California service will discuss the feeds and pasture The group proceed to the Col- lege of Agriculture at Davis where a luncheon will be served in thc sunken garden Election of officers will be held there and a talk on the relation of business men to the dairy industry will be given probably by C E Icr local hanker The group will visit the college where experiments will be explained and the production of cheese discussed Dr C I Iloadhouse will he in charge The dairy barn will be visited where Dr G II Hart will ex- plain experiments centering attention the proven sire experiment The animal husbandry building will be for inspection The tour will end about o'clock in the afternoon i the Federal grand jurors the ants have been operating on the Cain ranch which is situated along I creek about between tcrs and Dixon Friends said today that the men will hire attorneys and fight the case Federal sleuths are said to have ob- the evidence Scores of other Sacramento Valley men were indicated by the present Federal grand jury Nearly all of the charges have to do with conspiracy to violate the Volstead law OFFICERS NAMED FOR DRUM CORPS J P Williams newly elected com- mander of the drum and bugle corps of the Yolo Post American Legion has announced a complete list of officers The list Frank Sheridan adjutant Walker Apperson finance and publicity George L Jessup torian Frank C McReynolds music director Grant Bruton bugle sergeant Walker Apperson drum sergeant and Ed Gallup ter sergeant Williams was elected commander and Judge Bruton vice- commander at a meeting about two weeks ago It vas stated by Apperson this that the joint meeting of the drum and bugle division will be held at the high school auditorium day evening tne practice McReynolds will direct ture of a discussion of the The building is within only a few f Colusa Glenn Yolo and The final to convert the i Handbag W allet township and county roads ing the river from Knights Landing to Hamilton City into a state way Kelly promised at least A handbag and pocketbook Chambers of Colusa thetic cooperation j ing jewelry and money laid along the Knights Landing is in jail I It is explained that the present im- Davis highway for more than 12 hours li and his is under arrest as a result of the capture GEORGE EASTMAN ENDS OWN LIFE Landing Man Wife Found on Highway Held for Duck Shooting the unfinished work Mother Claudia Visits Woodland Academy Mother Claudia Provincial of the vestern province arrived in Woodland Monday accompanied by Sister Lor- om the south off the ocean About j tta Marie to spend a week at Local People Attend Fred C Smith Rites provement will also include the Sunday without being discovered The stretch of highway between Hamilton exact value of the contents was not Funeral services for Fred C Smith Red At present the announced a farmer of the Dixon district and who died here Thursday night were held at Dixon Sunday afternoon road is paved from Colusa to Grimes It was lost by W J Williams and from Colusa to From Hamilton City Harnilton City of Redding who promptly into Red Bluff j ported it to of an inch had fallen up to noon j at o'clock in the afternoon j who spends the heavier precipitation started for some time Forecasts j Iere for continued showers j A comparatively heavy downpour j las reported Among those from Woodland who at- j a road will have tended the services were Mr and constructed The roadway will William Rehmke and daughter Miss police headquarters Frank Willard of Woo to bei was found by land and turned over to Chief Roy a vast area and hundreds of families j Hillhouse this morning Hundreds Academy Mother Lillian Rehmke Mrs Margaret on side of the people had passed the spot and J f -i A T of the couple by the game warden Glenn Saturday night He possession of if Chambers wife was driving the car which was to carry away the ducks said the officers Chambers ed not guilty and was held in default of SI Odd bonds portion of traveling ono school to ail came herc from and family Mrs Joan and ney Rehmke all near relatives of Mrs Smith from the Clarksburg Officers I Leave for School Twenty-two Woodland Y M C A and their leaders returned HTL afternoon after an inspirational Local Girls Participate In District Y Conclave id k for Charles Leathers a two weeks training I week-end spent at Springs charge of one of the conference groups It is estimated that thc total age of those attending the conference river from Knights Landing to Red Bluff i Those in attendance at the luncheon j Monday as guests besides Chairman Kelly were W U chairman i of thc Yolo county board of visors Frank Edson supervisor of the Knights Landing district Frank ris president of thc Woodland her of commerce Arthur chairman of the roads committee the Woodland chamber of i Asa G Proctor chairman of the to notice it Lucky enough commented Hillhouse small sized It gold AtTO SALES REPORTED The Ford Motor company would have been reported the following week-end mine for some Moffatt Model A Ford thief It will be this afternoon sent to coupe and ton and a half Ford truck CRv United Press ROCHESTER New founder of the Eastman Kodak company shot himself to death Monday explaining in a note that lie felt his work was done lie was one of the nation's est men as well as one of the philanthropists of the modern His fortune has been estimated excess of and his in excess of The business man and inventor who got the inspiration for his life work when he paid to a friend to learn how to operate a shot himself at home A brief note To my friends work is done Why The note was signed with the tials G E Press Time Bulletins would equal miles or three and a half times around the world Many lat the State Fair grounds attending the Older Girls Captain Jacobs will be There were 412 girls of the girls came out through many i Motor Vehicle honting 45 high schools in northern feet of snow to attend the conclave California at thc conference I Mr and Mrs Fred Meier MONEY FOR STATE PROJECTS WASHINGTON March Senate appropriated for a county general committee and reservoir in the Little River and for dams to impound water ol Independence and Dormer Lakes of California instructor ct in the I fhc local plant m M Isled in the Buyers MIT topic was and Miss Helen Stevenson ot Woodland gave a brief talk on ing Our Course Thc three insures j land club presidents Virginia Whitc- installation of your system j head Mills and June all them today for plans and told of the projects of their club I Miss Bethel Fry leader was in daughter Miss went up Saturday and returned with thc girls i Sunday Leaders from Woodland were Mrs C C McDonald Mrs L W Scarlett Miss Henrietta 0 Miller associate of the Proctor and Miller civil engineer firm Woodland William president of the Lions club presided Friday ed as secretary HOME TO MEET IDENTIFY CORPSE LOUI March 1 unknown man found dead in bed at the Imperial Hotel Thursday is now believed to be Ram Lee of Oroville He ai the Hotel under the name of J S Nolan but laundry marks have raced o Oroville The Winters Home department i meet Tuesday morning at WOULD REPEAL FIRST ORDINANCE Drive Starts Against Exposed Fruit Display Grocers and fruit and vegetable dealers who use thc sidewalk in front of their stores for display purposes must keep thc boxes and baskets j covered or the merchandise j will he condemned That was the announcement made I Monday by Dr Frank Reese county I sanitation inspector The drive I uncovered displays was started morning when a box of spinach condemned Other aker Miss Bethel Fry and J W at the home of Mrs A L Martin RED March of the provision of Ordinance 1 i fied that the same action ell Yolo county Y M C A tary subject will be the remodeling I clothing oil bj supervisors in charRing a annual license Fee for was asked Monday by Senator John Moran of Corning taken produce played
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