Yucaipa Soviet Camp 9/20/1929
lEisffisj mm Those Accompanying First Raid On Yucaipa Soviet Camp Must Give Testimony Five residents of Redlands and one of Yucaipa were subpoenaed yesterday by the district attorney's office to appear as superior court witnesses Sept. 30 in the trial of seven alleged Soviet sympathizers, who were arrested in a summer camp for children near Yucaipa. More subpoenas probably will be served later as the state progresses with Its case against the six women and a man, now held under bond for asserted display of the red flag of communism as a symbol of opposition to organized government. Those summoned yesterday as witnesses for the prosecution are: Frnest Patterson, plumber of 254 Grant street; C. M. Brown Jr., orange grower of Crafton avenue, Mentone; George Larmore, county probation officer of 1107 Orange street; Jack Trainor, policeman of 1445 West Citrus avenue; Erwin S. Heln, newspaperman of 1225 Brook-side avenue; and O. L. Triggs, rancher of Wilson canyon, northeast Yucaipa. Six Women, One Man Facing Trial The trial will open at 10 a. m. Monday, Sept. 30. Most of the first day probably will be occupied with the task of selecting a jury. I he defendants are Yetta Strom-berg, 19-year-old leader of the northeast Yucaipa summer camp fdr children of Los Angeles workers; Isadore Berkowitz, the only man in the camp; and five other women employes of the resort, Jennie Wolfson, Emma Schneiderman, Bella Mintz, Esther Karpcliff and Sarah Cutler. Those, to whom subpoenas were handed by sheriff's officers yesterday, accompanied District Attorney George H. Johnson on the first of a series of raids on the Wilson canyon retreat, where a Soviet training camp for children is said to have been in operation for three summers. Others, who may be summoned into court, are Albert H. Wainess, chicfof staff for the research bureau of the Better America federation; Harold Rous, Yucaipa rancher; Cliff Wessel-mann, Otis Wiles, Richard II. Ar-nett and Edwin F. Lindenberge.r, newspapermen; W. L. Thomas, Redlands police chief; and othei-s. Aother Charge Stall Is Pending Another charge, that of operating a camp for children without a per mit irom county health authorities, still confronts the defendants. This misdemeanor allegation is to be heard in the Redlands court of Justice of the Peace Charles G. Potter tout nothing' m-obablv will he rinne About it until a verdict has been reached in the higher court on the more serious charge. Charges against other defend ants, not named in the present superior court action, are being held over from the preliminary hearing, which was conducted recently before Judge Potter in Redlands. Two women named in the com plaint did not appear for the hearing and thl3 occasioned the first verbal tilt between the attorneys, District Attorney Jchnson, claiming that Catherine Hrushack and Sarah Rabkin had been given sufficient notice of the hearing, ordered their immediate arrest. Defense counsel finally convinced the judge that they would appear voluntarily at any fixed time. .