The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on March 1, 1947 · 16
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rage 16 Pupils Petition To Attend Next 4 Tenney Hearing CHICO (Butte Co) March L— fl Principal Stuart Mitchell of the 11' Chico High School has on file a 4 petition signed by 125 senior stucco : dents uking representation if the is Tenney joint legislative committee wi on unArnerican activities holds furth ther hearings here on the Chico thi school situation I A group of 75 high school stupri dents came to the afternoon sea-La won of the first hearing held this ou week but Senator Tenney asked them to leave because "unfit" por- w tions of controversial books were to - be read and introduced into the Jar committee's records tr: Had Permission The students most of them sen- act:: bra were given permission to at- tend by school authorities provided t" ' their parents signified approvaL lik Senator Tenney said after the hearing the committee will return ga for further investigation He was unable to give any date save that I it will be after the close of the go- legislative session Its Meanwhile the senior class asked It two teachers to return to their po- sitions as advisers and asked Don ou Chambers to return as class presi- In dent Voted To Remove The day before the students had str voted 59 to 50 for the removal of I I we George Gourdier as class adviser lea charging he is not aggressive str enough in advancing the students' e desire to attend the Tenney hear- na 1 vf ing and to obtain the use of the Chico State College auditorium forl I their annual senior play College' authorities had informed the sen- Bi bars the collge auditorium would Lo not be available tothemuntil after sal the close of the college term as as Clarence Kindle another senior cis adviser resigned after learn- ag' Jaw tha nligtar nf Gourdier and Bakers In Humboldt be Reject Wage Proposal SATURDAY MARCH 1 1947 tt - '71'Lf - ' ' ) I Nk ''' t t tk:4004-te- :- ' 41 The male members of the Cunningham famiy----all four named Jack—are shown above Each of the four is an only child And each with the exception of the youngest has followed in the steps of his father up to the senior Cunning ham in being employed by the Southern Pacific Company Seated to the left is Jack Cunningham Sr of Dunsmuir a retired conductor Standing is his son a switchman working in Roseville At the right is Jack Cunningham ill of Dunsmuir who is employed in the transportation department He ag ing of the ouster of Gourdier &mil - be ' Chambers resigned as president of: tg Polding his sono who was born last September 13th in col the i kn ' the class both due to the lack of i muir confidence in Gourdier ! - hi: Yesterday niter tempers had 1 eN i w I I t frit " IN IA WI Live Oak Youth Is lElk Grove Pioneer Will sh cooled the students voted to ask Live Oak Youth Is I Elk G rove Pioneer WI I Gourdier and Kindig to resume as L'11r Plate Wirti: I I ea i advisers Ray Fuller class vice ! —' -' Went who succeeded to C TnSeverely Injured ' hacei ge pres Fel ! hers' post as president said the Mark 100th BIrthday he invitation to the teachers wasin Auto Accident unanimous ELK GROVE (Sacramento Co) wi It was decided to hold the senior l LIVE OAK (Sutter Co) March March 1 — Mrs Mice McCauley - sic 'L play June 13th in the college audi- I—Gordon S Taylor 17 a Live Valensin a Callotrnia pioneer born If torium Oak youth is in the Sutter County in Independence Mo will celebrate Hospital with injuries suffered in her one hundredth birthday anni- go Os: Klumpp Will Be Asked an automobile accident The youth versary tomorrow The occasion Fa was driving a car on the Penning- will be observed with an open mc To Speak in Chico ton road near the Hedger school house in her home on Stockton tst when he anoarently lost control Boulevard here wit - sic L play June 13th in the college audi- 1—Gordon S Taylor 17 a Live If torium Oak youth is in the Sutter County go ' Hospital with injuries suffered in Os ' Klumpp Will Be Asked an automobile accident The youth Inc To SFa was driving a car on the Penning- peak in Ch ico ton road near the Hedger school PC when he apparently lost control On Mayors' Conclave and the car struck a power pole I MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) March The car ended up in a r ditch par pit 1—Mayor George L Klumpp of tiaily filled with water Taylor's condition is described as "serious" on Sacramento will be invited to re- el( port on the recent National Mayors Frances Sullivan 14 a passenger cal Convention in New York He will lalso of Live Oak was injured on be asked to give th report in slightly but left the hospital after e Ch Chko on Tuesday evening At the first aid treatment tic quarterly meeting of the Sacra- ' mento Valley Division of California!Na– pan Is Hurt When va Cities I set The announcement of Klumpp's sviPeiCar Hifs Power Pole T invitation came from Mary ba Councilman Harold J Sperbeck NAPA (Napa Co) March 1--John 'St ' league president for this division E Williams 52 of Calistoga a man-ref Sperbeck also said L B Carpenter ager for the Pacific Gas and Electht of the league's legal staff will be tric Company in Napa County is in cel ' the principal speaker He will dis- the Victory Hospital here with in-I cuss laws pending in the legislature juries suffered when his automobile Ed aff0eting California cities struck a power pole north of Napa Le Mayor E Ft Bevins of Chico will Williams received chest and back all be host to the session injuries in the accident which he lei told patrolmen occurred when he wc Napa Woman lies On was blinded by the lights of an ap- proaching car He said he lost con" - i Floor Of Home For 24 Itrol of the car and was unable to steer it back onto the pavement Williams received chest anti back I ) e tate Of Nevada injuries in the accident which he told patrolmen occurred when he cArsom CITY (Nev) March I was blinded by the lights of an aP- (INS)--Twin Falls County Idaho proaching car He said he lost con- wants to become part of Nevada trol of the car and was unable to and Governor Pittman approves steer it back onto the pavement' Nevada's governor has received The pole was sheared off by theiand answered a petition of numerimpact lonTwirI Falls citizens saying they Physicians said his condition Is had "petitioned the Idaho LeNgislanot critical ture to enact a law detaching Twin - iind exposure She had been with- Hospital said be will be able to! IMO' I YY as nil uct Cu v out food or water for a day and a leave the hospital late today Yuba Sheriff Probes pc night She was hospitalized I AUBURN (Placer Co) March 1 THE BEE'S SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA NEWS Rodent Predator Control Fund Is Urged By Engle WASHINGTON Marcht—A minimum $1500000 federal fund for the control of predatory animals and injurious rodents during the next year wes urged today by Representative Clair Engle of the second Sacramento Valley and Sierra Nevada Mountains district In a statement filed with the house appropriations committee Engle asked that the appropriation be boosted over the $1000000 recommended in President Truman budget in order to cut livestock and crop losses Held Down Losses Engle declared that prior to the war the federal fish and wildlife service working in cooperation with the states counties stockmen and other groups effectively held down livestock losses due to predatory animals -However during the war" Engle said "reductions in hunters and trappers together with a shortage of funds resulted in heavy increases in the population of coyotes and other destructive animals with resultant increases in livestock losses -Stockmen especially those using the federal grazing and forest lands of the West now are faced with a further increase in losses from predators unless sufficient appropriations are made available for expansion of control work- Restore Control Work Engle declared that of the $1500- 000 requested $1Z0000 would be required to restore control work to its 1941 level of effectiveness The remainder he said would be used to control an unusual war time increase of predatory animals search and test new chemicals and methods and replace equipment worn out during the war years State county and private groups presently are contributing $411 for every federal dollar spent Engle declared while before the war they paid only $186 Man Was Murdered March 1--Landowners of southern 1 IS k0111'11 Sacramento County opposed to hay ing that area included in the Sac1 ramentoYolo Port District will' meet here Tuesday In the office of John L Lewallen prominent land- Lir d emtnnt ay hltrinocrehlart - 1011a1 A''"4 "T -101 ' ':41 : !" 4414 '" 4 - - 4 ' z4 I 1 t ( 1oft4 ' k - ' 1!4 01464 ri:isS S 4 : 7 Pete ensOnelli Kit Carson Mountain Men Organize Posse JACKSON (Amador Co) March 1 The Kit Carson Mountain Men have organized their mounted posse with Bill Davis as permanent chairman The club voted for a 24 man posse and six alternates Their outfits will he coonskin caps plaid shirts overalls and boots The next meeting of the Kit Carson Mountain Men will be held on Tuesday night with Pete Cassinelli president presiding His office as head of the organization is desigflitted as Kit Carson 1)IVI VI I LUI !UV TV I 1I I Oppose Port District Humboldt Man port edisirict but to see thRt ourof five years to life area Is excluded from the districti defeat the election unless we are Increased Control Of The only way out we can see is to excluded" The territory represented by the Plums Is Proposed group extends from Walnut trove south to the Antioch Bridge 1 1 d'Istelememo es onvicrea ur 'Baby Clinic Will Be S Sk T o Suspend first place in the sectional 1" speaking contest in Altura Fkhe said wa of two pigs s a fair price for the loss! public sl POLIO DRIVE IS HELD Pigeon Creek Elementary School ) fate ees 1 SIERRAVILLE (SierraCo)March District Arent tn fh ctinorintpnti - I I 4 State Seeks To Suspend i 2111! Yoloan s liquor Permit first place in the sectional IlAine said vras a lair price tor tne 10Ssi public speaking contest in Alturas'of two PIP 1 POLIO DRIVE IS HELD Irl 1 SIERRAVILLE (Sierra Co) 'larch it —The sum of $12670 W a S d 0-1 geon LreeK riem District Accolding to the evnt's office there at r - el:1 coWntirioniamadmAi Infantile Paralysis Fu n d in this n iSsmt riatthord itsotdrai cyt fli lige ud oar i : ) B & complaint with the state board oli 1 0 sueseaki ei n gli qtuoors uls1 eppennsde oorfl i f the Esparto Drug Store Esparto la u i Yolo County Smith charges the store sold lig- Eurekans Ponder Problem !Wed to the Sierra County Chap-i ter of the National Foundation of small community Mrs Dave Rob- erts who solicited here said50 per cent of the total contributions will oters remain in the county to he used '" 411sta EUREKA (Humboldt Co) March ried to the full extent of its appli- by any polio victim in Sierra Coun- r --Eurekans are pondering the cation some observers pointed outty The balance will be sent to i uor to bik'h school students on Feb- 1 1i ruary 18th W W Harris proprie- tor was arrested and paid a $50 i i - ii ! fine In a justice court Iii prospects of a situation which may it virtually would cripple the com-the national headquarters of thel gel A ! ensue should the city continue to munity Some employe of almostqund withhold payment for past utilitiesevery enterprise works on some cityl z! I- 4 - 41 v —h 1) erevoke g ual equalization oen Of Withheld Utility Bills MOTEL IR SOLD '41 C - service project if it is only the volunteer i- T 1 A i h Wit Be Auburn 1 P ' Teacher 1 e u urn As the situation stands the city' government refuses to pay currentIsPr"5 fire department 'this departmentl NAPA (Napa Co) March 1--Mr! " without pay but firemen arerd Mrs Charles M Streng of j 5 t lrlat 7ka 1 -1 N ft v purchased e t covered by the city's employment P have e p ch sd he Ca for- i n t hills of the Pacific Gas and Electric - i 1 AUBURN (Placer Co) March 1'Telegraph Company on the ground !I -: I 0 Elmer Stevens Grass Valley High officials and employes of the con- 'illegally - d t dent of the Nevada Historical So-commissions and boards and there- Others point out the full aeon- ( i clety will be the speaker at thelfore are barred from engaging inition of the ruling might prohibitilbY isession on July lst The motel con-I A & i rk"1 itains 33 living units in addition to! --- ' ' 1 ) i A Forty Niner Speaker Company the Pacific Telephone andinsurance while on actual duty and!nia Motel on Highway 99 near Ister-1 f 1 ! I nder the present ruling are serving ced for $175000 and will take pos - ! f ih ' i School teacher and former presi- cerns are serving on various local Might Affect Stamps i p t lowner's quarters offices and a! ‘ - prospects of a situation which may It virtually would cripple the com-itne national neanquacters OL me! ensue should the city continue to munity Some employe of almost fund issA k k I ! ILI CI Oy - A Z c- - ) -7 I i : i c-letyr w- ill be the speaker at thelfore are barred from engaging InItion of the ruling might prohibit Auburn Forty Niner Assoclation'business transactions with the city the city from paying for postage 1 " d i c t i' i 1 nesday evening of the post office are membrs ofiFire of undetermined " i- An outhne of plans for the 1947 Bars lgess This attitude of city officials is based upon the interpretation of sion asmuch as some employes HOUSE IS DESTROYED dinner in the Hotel Auburn Wed- Buin Deals stamps in SEOAT (Plumes Co) March 1— e origin de- some city committee or commis-Ctroyed a house belonging to the: ot2111 :nti' Mrs J J Murphy I Weed nskiaou County cele- A — Gold Rush Revival in Auburn next d i bratcd their fiftieth weddng an old city ordinance given by Citvl Quincy Lumher Company and occu-i t June Ivill be presented by President Although local P G & E offi- pied by Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sap-i i Attorney Frank Tho'mpson at th-e cials denied any such action as g ! I 1 ! Fay Dorm request of City Clerk J C Barkdull cut-pinton Few of the contents were i anniversary February Vith tt ting off- the service had been dis-kaved I ! i AMADOR CITY (Amador Co) ty from engaging business t CREEK IS CLEANED I - ' I 1 1tatch I—The section of Amador ' ' Creek which runs through the city 'that the ordinance prohibit3 the c 'eussed' 'transactions with a firm whose per-I sonnet or any part thereof is act- ' ' b t ling in the service of the city t S is being cleaned y order of te it was revealed by Angelo :Fran(eschi acting mayor that a re-I NURSE IS NAME!) quest for additional service at thel OROVILLE --Jay E Partridge housing project had been made and'superintendent of the Butte County Church that the request had been referTcdIschools has announced the appoint- i reception was given in their honor in the Weed Community i n the evening The Murphy have lived in Siski- I g city council Jim Busi of Jackson! In considering the future pros- to the S n an Francisco rs i sco office In view of M Helen right ofi i 1 k 1- Ls in eherge of the work 1 d ipect should the ordinance be ear-ef the city's unpaid Wilk IParadir I yOU County since 1911 as county school nurse l'J - ' ' l'i I Nevada Senate Receives New Fish Game Bill CARSON CITY (Nev) March 1— The Nevada senate received the new fish and game bill today following its passage in the assembly yesterday If the senate acts fsvorably and the governor adds his signature this state will be in a position to participate in benefits accorded under the Pittman Robertson Act There was only one negative vote tablishment of a 17 member fish and game measure which calls for establishment of a 1 7niernber fish and game commission and permits participation in federal funds approximating F0000 annually Held In Walnut Grove ramento-Yolo Port District will 'Held In Walnut Grove owner and busin man meet here Tuesday In the office of John L Lewallen prominent land- urdering S on 'School On Wednesday ess Iv 4 If flY111 McCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS SERVICE Sacramento Calltornla N — yr' - I Will Be t -- p :i --- - ' s6 1 1 ''' ' :40' ' ti'117777741' '''s — I attress l ( —T 240: k: N4 ! C :- c ' I''-''' New '1 i::- v-Al 1 Z:v :' '?! : ' ' '''' " I I ': ) It-!': a ' - 0 Evidence : Li l' r ' ' l' ' 0 — ' i 3 t o ' 44 In Jones Trial Ai L4 rtoviliE thitt ie Co) March 1 – eL r —t tl s 11 -1 :a q rt "dor trial of Albert Jones 2 t Tor Isoraers in 1 reKa 30 Amputates I ' —19s snlarr of $7'2(Ill annually dIstributed among the contestants Jnan of the champion was second: there !111111e7 rnial11111 month s in the county jail by JudgP Lumber Company in l'iercy I effect California tree fruit agreement an warrcn Steel on hPr conviction t'ir The survivori are his wife Mrsi order Faculty Orders Crackdown In YREKA (Siskiyou Co) March Liarship will he possible only through A week of student disturbancrOmprovement of discipline and attiboth open and subsurface at Yreka' tude" High School ended with the an-1 Students Led Strike nouneement of a crackdown by the! The bulletin added grading will faculty he "fair" impartial and impersonAs a result students semesterlal" and teachers "will be glad to grades are expected to be lower discuss individual scholarship probthis marking period and individual lenisi with parents and students" discipline will be stricter United aetion of the faculty Vote Is Unanimous members came one week after a Teachers announced after a facul- group of senior class members were ty meeting that "come what may" i declared responsible for agitating a they had decided by unanimousl"strike" move under which more vote to "clamp down on grades and than half the student body remain-discipline" ed outside on the grounds A' h0n Principal Loren A Warm then noon recess ended February 20th posted a school bulletin which said: The move was grounded on opposi"Scholarship generally will he tion to a socalled merit system lower this marking period as a re-ivoted into use by the students at suit of the conduct of a few stu-ithe start of the current semester dents disrupting the essential work The system was voted out last of the whole school Better schol-lweek by the students I ortovILLE tRutte Co) March 1 The murder trial of Albert Jones A 14 will take a theatrical turn Tues ' day when defense attorneys bring H V into court a cotton mattress from Mis which they claim they extracted a lthr German Luger bullet cha The lawyers Arthur De Remit of ' Carr and kenneth W Donelson ot Ma — ' I ISaciumento said they will offer - Ith e ntattrems and bullet in zuhstan- 1'1 itintion of ill youthful 44fendanto Fo'r 4 -1L Ai ' ' itiation of the youthful itefendant's : :-i'- statement I boy known to him only s 0 — 2 I r las Jack murdered Patricia Crandall ' : ' 15 year old I'hico High School girl c 4 I it I Albert is charged with murder in 4 - - ' 44 2 the (ivath of the Crandall girl and lig :‘- : in the fatal tobonting of Mrs klyrtia Bt'rt Young 17 year old sen NtelSett Chill) housewife In addi- i lion he is chtuged with assault with '' o halt been elected president intent to kill lett) Nielsen 21 find the maryetille union nigh liarbal a SPEIViP 7 and with et :chtioi student body for the sec- rtrniitedNirezdner the In a h trItedi relatf waono Mt utt n a rtit Nen-tester Ile is the inn Ihushand 1 r Reputilattq Confession tablishment of a 1 7niemtier fish andi I game commission and permits par- 0' ' ticipation in federal funds approxi- de I 1 i''' 1 Albert is charged with murder n mating F0000 annually the death of the Crandall gtrl and ''' t ' in the 1 Legalization of peaceful picketing Bort young 17 year old Sew Ineketing Measure atal shooting of Mrs Islyrt le :'"‘'''''72 ' 17lii !? 'yine'it'r ri'ld—i:hico :MO School girl: '' - ' -' '''— - ' A Ntelsen Lhieo housewtto In add- li t is sought in a measure sent to the it'3u7se assembly committee on labor yes- soro hav beets elected 1 oinrizticrmoirogitur b earle t trday Ile bill alo would prohbit of the 7 and with a- oar tihnestrnpei:sk:e maryeville unto wnevtitlitimght illitiiinl s e Sat'eutani "ud It of any court or restraining k ill ligeetdt yw NI 1 hi e laXnau21 tlwaInt d4 He is the snn husband ' tempted rnur er Tor firing a shot at 0Smcdhoomelniatett student body for the sec- II J Nielsen the dead woman a Repudiated Confession would prevent the outlawing of no tit mr i ( 3trs Ernest L strike agreements Also contained' ''': — Ill : The boy who previously had ad- in the hill is a prov 1 on which! 0t4nr of Loma fora milted he strangled and hurtled would require payment of tinern-1 Patricia in her caoin court home on t ployment eompensation benefits to June igth repudiated his confes- all strik I ers ition In a surprise defense moss The senate as a body was Idle orwe Ian ins rhurclay and told the jury th yest v erday but several senate com I Crand ss ail girl as slugged uneon- mittees were in session Liquor Sales ri Three hills providing heavy pen- National ski tmiofulti IA'reby Jack who then set her A PPi( after Patricia's death ho alties for the sale of liquor to r said Jack called at the Jones home minors were thrown into the as-' in Chico and demanded a German semhly hopper yesterday One bill Luger pistol which Albert had would penalize any minor who pur- Unipl stolen from the home of an uncle chased or consumed intoxicants: an- William Attehury Albert testified other would penalire anyone selling ng Title he struggle(' with Jack for posses-or giving liquor to minors and the third would repeal a clause in an it:Pi—Arnold Kongsgaard Notwe-icharged the bullet lodging in the existing law which permits any g per1ISIIPEMING I Mich) March 1--:sion of the un and it was Ws- k' P ert wore the Americanm iattress son to file charges inVOIVir12 Sale '11fV 4-2- 43t p : i I tl- ii 16 hm has 1Ithtit 4 I Three bills providing heavy pen-'NdilOndi 3K1 A 1A'PP'g after Patricia's death he MC JACKSON (Amador Co) March 1 ialties for the sale of liquor to said Jack called t the Jones home a The Kit Carso n Mountain Men have minors were thrown into the fly minor who ur- its - ' in Chico and deni German anded a organized their mounted posse with sembly hopper yesterday One hill n froLuger pistol which Albert had W Bill Davis as permanent chairman would penalize a p The club voted for a 24 mardchased or consumed intoxicants: an- stolem of an uncle the hom e posse and six alternates Their out-!other would penalire anyone selling fr1 Ithird would repeal a clause in an iiSIIPE its will be coonskin caps plaidor giving liquor to minors and the Jumping Title t son to file charges Involving The next meeting of the Kit Car- existing law which permits any per- MINC i Mich) March 1--iSiOn of lh rieillinfitintilggAieffttPhwuirt' JAalchkerftortpsotst tsieesd- gun and it was wit- shirts overalls anti boots 11i son Mountain Men will be held ow Tuesday night with Pete Cassinelli10 liquor to minors against ki jumping crown today I Ile said Jack then left without mNeorricwae-n!ti-nlinatrtgrtd0 t he bullet lodging in the ser yl KOngS ' d sily outdistanced the gun and he has not seen or ha president presiding His office asIsaloon keeper or bartender oar ea head of the organization is desig-1 Third Class A skiers with jumps of :heard of him since A bullet from sct Reno Judge 1 A bill introdueed in the Nevadalai1111 oated as Kit Carson ini veoprdav by the ‘Vashoei — - saant e (gti aPn j TkAirenx°p'edr'tK (lwnogrr the red A' the same gun held In Albert' 1 1 of Plans for the parade to he heldrrso v clif1ertioneiouLd proN:idr f '111(1)1 1)teestteorfdtayishpeining's sui- In win theicaused the death of Mrs NIthelilsn:i it Ar( in Jackson on June let by the '"- - ' much postponed forty third annual when she was shot In the back il ithe kitchen of her home on Jit y Ja Mountain Men are shaping up One:n"::::‘: 11i national meet !distributed among the contestants "1 caprIllt1111“ nieSsure was referred to thei Isteton Landowners A Judieiory committee and h s third and lph Rietila stand that portion of h InioennP(4rtahueltr:hajtinMPpli()nni was second:'tnere on his home! Ile ME) repudiated from ills wit- hill wIt Rs nen' is con Pt I' Pt 1411mknitilMnn 'County delegation Some Reno at-' w s fourth Igo of Ishpeming f fession in which he admitted he de MAW! LUI VT I Rol a I 1quinryYhdpriZfid?ollint"5n8rnhned jr13thiptlida nteelniswintainndwthillacthvertalzorr Ippose Port District istrict UM o an 1 for a I judge in Reno: that t-alenders are crowded and the pres-! ehang I in the couisp hich cut !hark lie told the jury thp "hoot ittown the distance of the jurniAIng wa acilitontal that he thought ISLETON (Sacramento Co) I— 1 r iont judgos overhuidoned Ixttor hiirtardit And wink 110 to tha tetv rpth 1 apt nn tt own after blitiards and winds up to the ntifety catch was set on the sun 35 miles per hour this week hadiwhen he pulled the trigger made the full route dangerous Be-I Found Bullet cause of adverse weather the meet! Carr and tainelson sail they originally scheduled for last Satur-!ripped the mattres apart in the day had been poatponed six times'Iones honie in ellie0 on Thursday Sig Ulland Oakland Calif placednight and found the bullet in one tenth in the Clams A division with sncl of the cotton pad ! len n:p rts - -------- u Mrs Valensin was brought tol Direct steps will be taken at the si WALNUT GROVE (Sacramento! l MI Mareh 1--A well baby clinic: me toe Lis A niVibit)T1 wiiniend of the cotton pad tlifornia in by her parents meeting for subsequent action EUREKA (Humboldt Co) March f 207 and 209 feet for a r ' r and Mrs John F McCauleylagainst the district It is planned 1—vPi—Warren Hadley 78 was con-'will be condueted by the Walnut- point total of 20615o ------ This" Carr said 'substantiates at least a part of the boy's testiho settled in the San Joaquinito launch a campaign to raisevicted last night of second degree Grove Parent-Teacher Association Imonr" iunty funds to oppose the port :murder in the shooting of his son i erbert—whose pinochle bidding County conjunction with the Sacramento 'Tahoe City Ski Jumper 1 The defense lawyers said they During the Civil War period she Oppo li sed To Plan County Health Department and the 'had provoked the argument ending 1t t Is Injured In Fall also will place Albert on the wit- as taken to Europe While in Lewallen acting as spokesman: s ireau of child hygiene Ines" stand again when his trial re- in Herbert' death in a mountain aly she met Guth' Valensin whotfor the group said "southern Sac- The first el' I i in r will he held TAHOE CITY (Lake T a h o )stimes to relat the story he told icb ' - Tame her husband Upon theiramento County taxpayers are opain January 2nd - Wednesday from g to 11:30 AM inmarch I—Pete Venni B class ski them in the Stott County Jail than t The 'e jury was oue l an more ri uplell return to the United States!Posed to the plan because they f Herberts ion Hrbert liadle eel his against grand— Yithe W ut aln Grove brick school op- jumper lift injured late yesterday Thursday night that b stopped at the 1870 th 1 her father gave ernithey would not benefit from theJr i 9 Pfls I — c -- i " gin Slough- The clinic afternoon when he fell on his hack thP Nielsen home on the day Mrs tne f t testl ified the seven men and ie house in which she now lives project inasmuch as their lands al-'rt women on r e il ng the j ury that t " gr will he free of charge to rerehile making a practice ski jump Nielsen was shot tet telt Betty about d- Friends describe her as activeiready border deep water channelsive idents of the Walnut Grove and' m It oiyme Ii ili iii a Crandall girl's death and t i o tpte her age and report that she n connection with the Stockton fl -a shot him right in the hark an ve Courtland areas 1 He was taken to the highway °mask her adviee shout reporting what ill cares for her flower garden Port canal I I Infants from birth and preschool a sled by a companion and thence' he knew In the pntiee "We did not realize that Sacrahoucsi children will he examined infantto St Mary's Hospital in Reno Changed Mind JL— r'-—1 kAi--g I Hadley's attorscvs filed a motion mento County supervisors were in-1 P eril1g supervid hers ce and mot in- far a now triAl Anri Sitnarlar -Indus iwhere attendants reported a ver- "When the gun went off b " tot A Iport district W l i 1111trit0 uunty auvrs vlaut wrtr e "'" o an w triai n and u cuperior dgeL"-'' Idaho County Wants in the boundaries of the:r icluding us r structod'ki'Pre'hTlii"'lena'r'pu w 1""111"' n-1Allere attendants reported a ver- "IN nen tne gun wen nth trq Deulos Mace set It for hearing March tebra as fractuted ilawyera quote him as saving "1 r 1 A I e pan a campaign Preventative incu olations f o r iwas just Ls scared as she was and 'port unstrict pion uniningit h intkuutt I 0 To Secede And Annex Ito raise funds to oppose the portpAt whoopirr ard diphtheria' p was just ns scared as she was and I I I 11 changed my mind shout telling Our purpose is not to Injure the! will oe availabe at the clinic for T o conviction carries a sentence t l 1 11 1111141 port district hut to see that our0f five years to life tho 6 month to 6 ypar RR groups!Saw Amputates Legs1 r her" The attorneys said Albert has tee area Is excluded from the district! Later a dental service will be a fillestPct thorn to urge Betty to visit The only way out we can see is to r11 f ptert of the program 111 k hlyn in the county jail se) hi can The only way out we can see Is to inert of the program in tho county jAil se) hi enn Kills Humboldt Mon defeat the election unless we are Increased Control Of I Volunteer workers from the PTA death Ihun tell her "how sorry he is" fnr the have prepared the clinic room and! excluded" n her mother end o t en The territory represented by the Pi are being trained tn Assist in thei COLUSA (Colusa Co ) March I --Jiesvor In convince her the shooting group extends from Walnut trove work Among them Are MesdamesThe body of Leland Jeffreys II-1wtts accidental south to the Antioch Bridge Plums Is Proposed !Dixie Nialcolm Both MeCarthwas brought here yesterday from Jensen h Chairman I xxiAzinvrTvw rhp:?!Ary 1:t1t1 Juiv yinrenc BatesIFortuna liumboldt County by the 1111 Daa 1 pRrt of the program in tho county jail so he can Volunteer workers from the PTA Kills Humboldt Mon tuyn have her "bow sorry he Is" for the prepared the clinic room and death n her mother And to en sP- Hours After Fall ime pole was sneered on Dy tneiand answered a petition of numer-1 — 'onOu- t-A t-o-ihe Antioch Bridge I lUllIS IS I- I upueu 1-- - 4 ---- — -----ine Emmly tit Letann JI1UP)b 4t‘ -" ' si Dixie Nialcolm Both McCarth es ytw brought here yesterday from irnrad onTwin Falls ctizens saying they tri ' Jensen Is Chairman of NAPA (Napa Co) March I—The Physicians said hi condition Is had "petitioned the Idaho Leh' 1 Mary Lou Judy Florenve Bates'Fortuna Humboldt County by the Ywsia- George Jensen of Walnut Grovel WASHINGrON March I — The Pi visit of a friend is credited with not critical ture to enact a law detaching in B Nancy Noble Filistheth Lynn Peg-'1 D MeNar 4 s' F ! if y Son unet a orne chairman of the group and JohniUnited States Department of Agri- gyInroottsd'enr find D oavcairdeydatolBayunr-bmetilhers! Redding Will Refuse ‘ el mfoorronernxalcelns JGeatiftrreyrititillieedanittertir rointi1 Wileox of Brandon is treasurer culture today announced it is con- ) c4 Jackson elderly resident of Napa'Sleepness Sends Suffer Idaho and permitting it to annex to are urged to make appointments'' f first clinic with Mrs Me-lcident at Mercy 12 miles from Gar- lis Soda Springs who was found near and become part of the state of On the hoard of directors are sidering a propoitat to provide 1CWalIPTI Paul DeBark of Isleton greater control over less than ear-or the es ere severed in a sawmill Sel R delirium on the floor of her liv- Driver To Hospifol Nevada" :earthy telephone Walnut Grove' berville To Barter With AFL ye saving the life of Mrs Elizabth Falls County from the State of —uf' ing room where she had lain for Governor Pittman sent this an- ICIliffodrd Totman of S h a r m a nilot and lege than trucklot ship-i 1 more than 24 hours after her hip :YUBA CITY (Sutter Co) March swert an Wallare McCormack of Riolments of plums from certain Call-'2fi 1 Jeffreys' clothing became entan-1 fornia counties to out of state mar- in th head rig of a cireular REPDING (Shasta Co ) Merch Tt : was insured in a fall I—Clifton Ira Hannigan 20 of! I wish to compliment Twin Vista J S Brown Jr of Walnut' Grove Russell Graham of Grandiketa elect e i I—City Attorney D ttniel S Caritne Mrs Jackson who lives alone Woodland was taken to the Sutter!Fallians on their excellent judg- Yuba Judge Sentences ! the Americen Fedora- ' ment and perception in recognizing Island Marion Brown of Walnut' Counties which would be at- saw and his body was pulled into! the blade He died later in a Gar: Grove Joe Lopes of Grand Island f tected are Sacramento Mann Con- Al Napa who makes a call each week his car left the highway near O slit he advised the city council s-Ithe manifold blessings accorded to Proville Woman Drunk berville hospital tgimoind to°fd"Labor's electrical unien was found by Mrs Louis Paine of County Hospital last night after and Jensen and Wilcox tra Co'ita Alameda San Mateo San S Front Incohrent statements registered to the Club Taxi Co 1 to the Jackson home weld Hannigan was driving a car those living in the great State of Francisco Ventura Los Angeles: Jeffreys was horn In Syeamore "imPlY s119p37o4kh " ern- Nevada Orange and San Diego Driver To Jail Term Colusa County Ile had resided inlinto any form of necntiations" does not want to enter Co -: made by the ederly woman it is pany of Woodland He told officers! Be assured if favorable action ispi The proposal the department I 1 MARYSVILLE (Yube Co) March bs believed she fefl in the kitchen and he dozed at the wheel and the cerireceived on the demands we would' w' acer Jury Rules said was submitted by the control el'elehned° I —Callie Elizabeth Parke f 0 i 1 d' ness scent of the union whose r o Oro- hut for the last three years he - 4 sent to Charles Clawford huni- pciunrocheasopidintayrasnincih-eibpCariton Is preparing a letter to crawled to a point near the fire-heft tho road and overturned lbe glad to welcome this additioni committee and the DIUM commodity George Jensen of walnut Urovel Viet "a"-" All Nancy Noble FliAtheth 1Ynn Peg-!J D lkleNary 4 Son Funeral Dome neuaing mul net use ture to enact a law detaching A w n Falls County from the State of i chairman of the group and JohniUnited States Department of Agri- 1 n services Jeffreys died Thursday' tti Pro rinn ie tronettrar 'culture today announced it is con- gYT2-31Tr?ltnd1?1713113tirllheil:ifor io Falls County from the State or r randon eox ik n Idaho and permitting it to annex to "" B -is tr-easurer On the hoard of directors are siderinK a culture today announced it is co proposal to provide In order to aveld delay mothersimorning in Garberville after both are urged to make appointmentsliegs were severed in ac-1 f ITAWallPn Paul DeBark of Isleton greater control over less than car-for the first clinic with Mrs Me-lcitient at Mercy 12 miles from Gar- o or er it and become part of the state o Nevada!' a a anel lass than tt-noltInt Russell Graham of -- : more than 24 hours after her hip -YUBA CITY (Sutter co) marni e Gran swert -' Vista J S Brown Jr of Walnutifornia counties to out of state mar- - — 1 ael"") 5 c"-""'"g "v"m Ie "'1 rs Jackson 1111i-411y Attorney Daniel S Caritom i ( : was insured in a fall L—Clifton Ira Hannigan 20 of! I wish to compliment Twin Grove Igied in the head rig of a circular! - Grand M Jkson who lives alone Woodland was taken to the Sutter Island lFallians on their excellent judg- ! ! Marion Brown of Walnut! Counties which would be at- Yuba Judge Sentences l' saw and his body was pulled into said today the American Fedora- Al was found by Mrs Louis Paine of County Hospital last night after m ent and perception in recognizing Grove Joe Lopes of Grand Islandtfected are Sacramento Mann Con- the blade He died later in a Gartio Of Labor's electrical union Si Napa who makes a call each week his car left the highway near O and Jensen and Wilcox manifold blessings accorded to hospital e le h st al Ill he advised the city' council n 11 ' lOroville Woman Drunk b rvil Jeffreys was horn In Sycamore "imPlY does n It Front m to the Jackson home weld Hannigan was driving a car those living in the great State of Francisc o tra CiTita o Alameda Ventura San Mateo Los Angeles San: Fro Incoherent statements registered to the Club Taxi Com-'Nevada Orange and San Diego Driver To Jail Term olua had resided Cs County Ile h inl MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) March-19i7 where he purchased a ranch i into any form of otnessc-natnitatitnoncenter " co -: made by the edcrly woman it is pany of Woodland He told officers! Be assured if favorable action is pi Spyrock Nlendocino County since Carlton Is preparing a letter to The proposal the departmentl be ! believed she fe!! in the kitchen and he dozed at the wheel and the carireceived on the demands we would acer Jury Rules said was submtted by the control I —Callie Elizabeth Parker of Oro-ibut for the last thr agent of the union whose - h years had h n p sent to Charles Clawford Mini- iee ! ess r crawled to a point near the fire-heft th ? road and overturned lbe glad to welcome this addition committee and the plum commodity! ville was sentenced to serve eight been cm loved b i the Indian Cre!man office is in S ek cramento to th — : is i a : i e RAnn Vn I place She is suffering from shock! Attndants in the Sutter Countyito the State of Nevada ine KAI irrItirti committe establihed under t eshc!n i th iii 1 P- - - i of fdt awri 'Vista J S Jr ma counties o ou or state mar- tt l wish to compliment Twin Grove S Brown Jr of Walnutitor Igled in-the head "rig of a circular l Isaw and his body was pulled into:mid —Citv Attorney Daniel S Uariton Fa llians on their excellent judg- Russell Graham of Grandikets today the American Fedora- Island Marion Brown of Walnuti Counties which would be at- Yuba Judge Sentences Ithe blade lie died later in a Gar- ment and perception in recognizing Grove Joe Lope Lopes of Grand Islandtfected are Sacramento Mann Con- i l the manifold blessings accorded to d Ition Of Labor's electrical union will he advised the city council - an Jensen and Wilcox itra Coita Alameda San Mateo SanCroville Woman Drunk lberville hospital "imniv does not want to enter wy"'" " — ' '""—" Jeffreys was born In Syrarnore PlY "'"'" """ "'"' 1Colusa County Ile had resided M Into any form Of notiations I 1 Driver To Jail Ter MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) March 1931' where he purchased a ranchih" eg" Stiyrock Nlendocino County since Carlton I s preparin g a letter to c sent tv Charles Clawford Etintheth Parker of Oro-ihut for the It three vears had: ness azent Of the union whose c vine wan sentenced to serve eight :been ernPloYed by the Indian Creehlmain office is In Sacramento to this v Warren Steel On her conviction ntr—iite—su-r'c:l1-ori are his wife Mrs Employes Of the city water and drunken driving involving personniEthel SvhoonoYPr Jertre s hisieleettteat depsrtment signed am merle bile was nospitAILIZAAL Death Clams Erly sun una !Laer s0 I I'd 4111 0 11 NI( 1 ft" "i Shooting At Traffic A coroner's jury probing th woman after overra e deathi injury The judge sentenced thelitaughters Mrs :Marjorie Lemke iitagreernent with the union lest rim - - Day — i g the reromtive Oak Slitter County and Mrs wk ee Sheep Dog Trials Will juA Gives Approval of Ed Corrigan whose body was MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) March found in an abandoned mine tunnel 1 'tr iai mendations of Probation Officer F M Crosely et Denver Coln a City Manager Jemes Ncral re- Be Held In S F March 291 ba — Sheriff John R Dower has near Newcastle February Dith re- virginia City rcesiaenT Thomas E Mathews for probation IsOn Temple JeffreN's of Santa Cruz (ri m ved a letter fro Crawferd yes- Ja - SAN FRANCISCO March I— F or Church In Florin joined with the Marysville police turned a verdict he me in investigating three reports of the result of a -380 caliber bullet t death as CAP-SON CITY 'Nev) March I n nider s The Oroville woman was driving a brother Lawrenee JolfroYs andLterdtev asking him to call a eerie! - (UP)—Twelve of the West's great- TThurdav ville Highway near here on Febru-1 homas Sullivan 81 early day real- automobile which was involved co two siaters Mks Ann Jeffreys end!mee ing of the counell to shots being fired at motorists having been fired into his brain bydent of Virginia City died there n two car collision On the Oro1Mrs Grover Baker all of Colusa wage ncrease for the emPloYes of th eat sheep dogs will compete in the WASHINGTON March 1—The The latest Alfred Marion Myers a Person or person sunknown the water and el ert r i c al depart- BI first annual grand national sheep i A is Civilian Construction Adm S intstra- of Olivehurst said a shot was fired The inquest was conducted yes- aiod ile4r f wrfrn crmecpenitliztidel sc:aasrgiend- i E t ight Coun es Are I ments Neel turned the letter over to dog trials in the Cow Palace here tion has approved an $8000 con- Thursday from a parked car which terday by Coroner Francis West ullivin Is credited with first In- ry th when a a to Meyor Joseph Buehea at r March 29th struction expenditure by theChurch failed to penetrate his windshield Roger Green and Albert Chapmanstallation of electric powered ptimps i the deep mines of the Comstock ld seriously He had been givenRe urepresented At Farm state labor code to determine Cariten said he is studying the The trials to be conducted by of the Nazarene in Florin Sacra- He turned and gave chase but was of the state bureau of criminaliH in ati the California Sheep Dog Society mento County outdistanced identification said positive identifi-Itee arrived in Virginia City in 1872 lift by the woman while he was year before the bonanza ore tvas e hitchhiking a Body Parley In Yuba whether a city goy er rime nt Is r ra' e th will be held on the st afternoon TLe CPA mid the case was re- On Wednesday A J Miles of cation was established by compari- struck n the Consolidated Virginia 1 quired to enter into a contract with il bt of the Grand National Junior Live- garded as one of hardship in that Live Oak Sutter County said a son of finger prints wth police rec Mine He is survived by a son andlr' MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) March1a tinl" In Mock Exposition and arena show the church was evicted from its shot was fired at his car as he ords in Sacramento and Riverside rrospector Dead Two I—Clifford Ilite regional director Dogs already entered include: quarters approached the Fifth Street sub- where Corrigan formerly was jailedla daughter Days Is Found In CabRural Area Traffic in of the California Federation of i rn f Tweed owned by James Palmer way On Tuesday Lyton W Brent on vagrancy charges Reno Councilman Will Farm Bureaus told delegates to the R area convention here our slogani i tt ' Dixon Bob owned by A Nicolson of Los Angeles said he was fired Albert Saladana of Neweaatle tes-1 NEVADA ern- (Nevada Co) l ee Willows: Queen owned by William Amador Bank Worker upon while driving on Twelfth titled he paid Corrigan for ranchcp but it makes sense because w Ilosselkus Willows Dixie Wayne Street work on September 9th He said 0 i e Mayor Candidate Nlarch 1—Jack Waugh 64 prospeei'47600 members in '4T not onlyD tor was found dead yesterday imrhYmes th A F ea s re ewer Vnetor Ciewprdale! Mine Richardle evINPn Prnmotitnn fs11 1ows of f h E4 f 3oA lg i 13 V" d M I IN1 1 r A 1-- --I- ti:i4— — - it Innk in At if iigi larD nnt IT irlittl 0 till iort NJI 1 141 MAJ-YSV1LL1(1ubaCOJMarCfl touna in an anannonea mine tunnel r a ly & t liner 1 —4 ' Be Held In S F March 29!E 1 1 — Sheriff John R Dower has near Newcastle February letth Virginia City Kesicenr Thoma E Mathews for probsetiion Isen Temple Jeffreys of Santa Cruz frIVPd a lett m w er fro era f ha ininPd with the Marysville& nolire turned a verdict he Met death as r&s&rs ssv I Tha Otoville woman wal drivin2 a brother Lawrence Jeffreys and terclav akin z him to rail a pedal " De meta in a r marcn hi Ao nvestigating three reports of the result of a 380 caliber bullet - 1—'For Church In Florin joined with the Marysville police turned a verdict he met death as in i ri s CARSON CI iNev) March I The °ravine woman was driving a brother Lawrenee Jeffreys andlterdav asking him to call a : Ja SAN FRANCISCO March special Ann Jeffreys andm !eettrig of the counell to consider -r (UP)—Twelve of the West's great- shots being fired at motorists having been fired into his brain byThomas Sullivan 8-1 early day resi- automobile which wa involved two sisters Mks est sheep dogs will compete in the dent of Virginia City died there in a two car collision on the Or0-1-Irs Grover Baker all of Colusa wage increases for the PmpinyPt : th WASHINGTON March 1—The The latest Alfred Marion Myers a person or person sunknown ville Highway near here on Febru-1 the water and elect heal depart- 131 first annual grand national sheep Civilian Construction Admintstra- of Olivehurst said a shot was fired The inquest was conducted yes- IThursdav Is credited with first in-ary Lith when a recently discharged ft 0 r "ItriCine Aria ments Neal turned the letter over Irir The trials to be conducted by of the Nazarene in Florin Sacra- He turned and gave chase but was sti the California Sheep Dog Society mento County outdistanced th will be held on the fli'st afternoon TIe CPA said the case was re- On Wednesday A J Miles of bt of the Grand National Junior Live- garded as one of hardship in that'Llve Oak Sutter County said a In stock Exposition and arena show the church was evicted from its shot was fired at his car as he Dogs already entered include: quarters approached the Fifth Street sub- M i Tweed owned by James Palmer way On Tuesday Lyton W Brent t - Dixon Bob owned by A Nicolson of Los Angeles said he was fired ( th Willows: Queen owned by William Amador Bank Worker upon while driving on Twelfth ' w llosselkus Willows Dixie Wayne Street fa Foster Cloverdale Mane Richard Is Given Promotion McCloskey Dixon: Ring Godfrey SAN FRANCISCO March 1 — L'VI l CI Priddy Dixon and Sweep Wesley M Giannini president of the Bank 1 1 "mg Of Hogs Costs Wooden Birds Landing qf America has announced D Yoto Rancher $15720 fo rt I i It 1 tit Nature' of Sutter Creek Bank of' tho water and elect rical departments Neal turned tho letter over to Mayor Joseph Buehea Carlton said he is studying the state labor code to dotermina whether a eity government Is required to entpr Into a contract wilts he church was evicted from its shot was fired at his car as he ords in Sacramento and Riverside' it I v3Ficttut LICOU I WV i-- ciitford Hregional Hite reg director' luarters approached the Fifth Street sub- where Corrigan formerly was Jailedla (laughter 'Days Is Found In Cabin of the California Federation of Farm Bureaus told delegates to the Rural Area Traffic way On Tuesday Lyton W Brent on vagrancy charges Reno Councilman Will ev of Los Angeles said he was fired Albert Saladana of Neweastle tea-1 NEVADA CITY (Nada Co) area convention horP our slogan' Amador Bank Worker upon while driving on Twelfth titled he paid Corrigan for ranchBe Mayor Candidate Ntarch 1—Jack Waugh 64 prospecI'47600 members in '47' not only'D ea h Street work on September 9th He said' Is Given Promotion tor was found dead yesterday irr rhymes but it makes sense because t Are re F ewer Corrigan told him at that time he RENO (Nev) March 1—G A his cabin at Purdon'a Bridge on the it looks as if we are not going to SAN FRANCISCO March 1—L'Killing Of Hogs Costs was going south to pick grapes Rogers first ward councilman iniSouth Yuhrt River Ile had beenlhave any trouble in putting it over"1 Traffic deaths in rural Sacramen- M Giannini president of the Bank - This was the last time Corrigan'Reno announced today he will seekkead for two daYs according taDonThe eight counties inclu(hng Yuba to County are occurring at Is of America has announced 1)y ' Rancher 0 1 o Kencner $157 20 was known to have been seen alivethe mayoralty at the May election'R Ritchie a neighbor who said he and Sutter making up the sixth t' Rogers has been a member of thesaw Wauch about 4 P M on Fel)region Of the federaion already than half the rate of last year Natucci of Sutter Creek Bank of 1 1 America has' been promoted to the WOODLAND (Yolo Co) March 1' 'Directors Are Elected icouncil for four years Ile is a mor-'ruary 27th have achieved nearly 40 per cent of als In 1047 membership 1 This was disclosed today by Cap post of assistant cashier Superior Judge C C McDonald Itician 1 A cost mor is tem th morning re-i their go lain Floyd G Yoder of the Sacra I montel Crilirity trillati CAlicnrnis rm r WO LUII el ist of assistant cashier Superior Judge C C McDonald'" "I'd' 61"1" clan I their goals in 1047 membershin ti PIN A post mortem this morning re- mento County squad California Natucci started with the Institu-ruled in favor of the plaintiff in By Farm Shipping Body 1 fil Ills the announcement Is Frthrite tritt third ilealed that Wa-ligh olied of natural' Approximately 90 representatives Highway Patrol who reported only sit in rrtinriern in 1q11 this CIAMREn Ina a Clarenrci l mwinrnity M omi from thP pittht countiøs and fr tion in San Francisco in 1930! the damage suit of Clarence H - " — rr" - r--r I for the mayoralty Francis M! From the eight counte and from e ' et ' EUREKA (Humboldt Co) March! -titTs'e's Strviv-in--- is— his-- hr-tii-e- r ' is ""— -- -- """ the Secramento and Solent) County three persnns have been killed so ! A 1—By a vote of 40 to 5 Bakers!Transferred to Los Banos in the Brackett against L H Seright I STOCKTON (San Joaquin Co) Co)Smith member of the legislatureINman 'D r"' "'bureaus which are outside the sixth ' far in 1947 as against seven for the he served that commu-I The suit which originally was' March 1—Directors were elected at and Patrick McCarty vending ma-Jew mites from 'Waughg of Lake Ve17) — l la! Union Local No 195 rejected therame year nity until 1937 when he was as-:heard in Woodland Justice Court!n meeting here of the Farm Bureaulchine dealer previously announced Funrai Purdon'S Bridge services will e held at 2 region met to consider legislation I first two months of 1948 ' " ' latest proposal of Eureka and Ar- t I signed to Sonora Ile was promotedIlast December was appealed to the Livestock Shipping Association 1 b and other problems vitally affect-1 Yoder said there were two fa- 1:d rata bakery operators and decided! P M on Monttay in Holmes Fu- ing the welfare of farmers in Cali-I talities In January and one on Feb- to proassistant cashier an trans-superior court by the defendant Three of the directors were re- e rigeon Creek Election 4 DC ' to take strike action if a satisfae-i hi d neral Home In Nevada city Rev 0 a! ferred to Sutter Creek In 1944 after Justice James L Hare awarded elected 1 ruary 1st Although the 27 day t 1' tory proposal is not forthcomin Angus Miller will conduct the serv- t rnia at ' The union set today as the dead- the plaintiff $250 damages Those reelected Include George i GREENVILLE: 150 Tickets Are period without a treffic death Is unusual said Yoder there is a Ion sr ' line They have tssked for a 15 IASSEN SPEAKER IVINS Brackett asked damages for the Emde of Lodi and Otto Finkbohner s Set For March 28th fret Cremation will be In East i Lawn in Sacramento S US A N V I L L E (Lassen Co) killing of three hogs and the wound- and Albert Muller both of Stock- PIGEON CREEK (Amador Co) wav to go to equal the 82 day stretch without a fatality last 11 cents an hour wage increase across Sold—More than 150 tickets were! 'disposed of in behalf of the Par !ton E IL Wilcox of Anderson andMarch I—Superintendent Charles : II the board and the operators hadiMarch 1--Ed Zangger Jr presiling of two others AUBURN: Check Charge In Filed ems Club card party staged in the Summer Atkins has set larch 28th as the V offered them 12 cents Ident of the Susanville Future Judge McDonald reduced the Robert Lewallen of Linden are the new directors J B Stevenson 45 was hooked in! The highway patrol's accident I I! Warmers of America chapter tookamount of damages to $15720 ditch date for the recall election in the Masonic Hall as a benefit for thel 1 D!-— 11 L'In--( c-4-1! the Placer County Jail on a fir-I 1 eSss1 61 It"1 i rornrric rAror nntv tho tininonr rn elected geon Three of the directors were re- ss Creek a ri Elect M on monmay In !tomes pu- ino the weffare of farmers—in Cali- talitles In January and one on Feb- neral ome In Nevada city Rev 0- I Iruary 1st Although the 27 day Those reelected include George Angus Miller will conduct the serv- ' period without a traffic death is l i Emde of Lodi and Otto Finkbohnerils Set For March 28th Ices Cremation will be in East GREENVIL 50 LE: 1 Tickets Are unusua said Yoder there is a loot( ion H e 6 and Albert Muller both of Stock- PIGEON CREEK (Arnador Co) Lawn in Sacramento Sold—More than 150 tickets were' wav to go to equal th 2 day ton E IL Wilcox of Anderson andINtsceh I—Superintendent Charles 'disposed of in behalf of the Par' stretch without it fatality last I Robert Lewallen of Linden are the Atkins has set larch 2Sth as the AUBURN: Check Charge In Filed ents Club card party staged in therummer I new directors date for the recall election in the 0 J B Stevenson 45 was hooked inl Masonic Hall as a benefit for the The highway patrol's accident l POLIO DRIVE IS HELD 1Pigeon Creek Elementary School the Pla Jail on a fies1 cer County his elementary school hot lunch pro- I reeords cover only the unincors 1 ticious rheck charge following i grant lPorated areas of the eaunty Yoder SIERRAVILLE (Sierra Co)Nlarch -District l arrest by City POillPMArt James I Arco:ding to the superintends- arrest I said statistics on injuries for Feb- 1—The sum of $12670 WEIS d0-! Kauffman e compla was int 1 ent's office there are 60 registerecP Th ' MAN Pi SENTENCED iruary are not tabulated nated to the Sierra County Chap-i 0:worn to by Clifford Howard Au- ter of the National Foundation of voters !burn grocer YREKA (Siskiyou Co) Ntareh 1 ' Infantile Paralysis F u n d in thisl - e - I Rohert C Halloran of McCloud hasColusans Confession ' small community Mrs Dave Rob-I -- If You Want Action 'List with us been sentenced to San Quentin- b1 e small community Mrs liave tion-1 - It IOU Mint ACT1011 -Lan witn US ell semencen to an tquentin arts who solicited here said50 per land Start Packing" E R Lyons Prison for car stealing as a result Clears Burglary Case cent of the total contributions will illealty 918 lith St 'Dial 2-9013 (adv) of breaking probation COLUSA (Co lusts Co March 1 remain in the county to be usecll - Danny Mitchem 21 yesterday con- iess EUREKA (Humboldt Co) March lied to the full extent of Rs appli-i by any polio victim in Sierra Coun-1 le"" 7 -0 -4 1L fessed to Sheriff George It Iloux 1—Eurekans are pondering the cation some observers pointed outity The balance will be sent toi 1 aCUltY Orders Crackdown In that he burglarized the Ray Otten- prospects of a situation which may it virtually would cripple the com-ithe national headquarters of thei 4 - ensue should the city continue to munity Some employe of almostqund z- t' s waiter home at the B H Mitchell withhold payment for past utilities every enterprise works on some city' 1 141s msehm r CI YIT & le"printoe Iii Ypek Po 11 a ok Ranrh north of Coluga Mitchem's arrest anti confession k '1 hcnrrinrc In Y rtz VA Nrh"ed 1 Mitchem's arrest and confession clears un burglaries at the Oven waiter home which were commit led itist October and in January of this year The sheriff said each time Mit rhem obtained WOMPWS under garments and other clothing and also some money LOGGING WILL BF STARIFD GREENVILLE t P u m a s Co) March I—Pete Narhaitz intends to start logging operations on tho WeSt side of Lake Almanor for tho Golf Red Cedar Lumber ComPtinY about March 15th weather rermit ting AIILL N REPAIRED SLOAT tPlumas Co) March L— The Quincy Lumber Company maidng exteisive repairs in its saw mill here A riPW conveyor from th mill to the burner is among the additions in preparation for an early season I has he Ma In unt dis' Est a 1 nar Sac Tu Th' P silt her mo at thr in in pot tiv Y 1 JtJ 0 hi at sr sr re fI r PT fa el nt F Ii tz II A 1 4 $ i 1 LT r' Z-- 1 - - t t4"4 el t 4k 1 ‘-71- -e f 1 z Nttozi71741 1r v 4 — 11 I - t---1 ) :--Nelk 1 t" 4- 1 :0 -0 N ) A t k '- 'AL f -': -' ' 'r1- (1""-qi il ' t ' ) It f o- 4 It-'"4tc 4441- 4-- km )N qt (1 IF - - t t t t - tI i4a ti --e '41 1 :'' I 4 :----- - i 4 :Y : : -- 1 N ::: :: l'- '''::-'i ':: '''''':" ' i ::7 I-:: I :: L4 q Ik ! -111 t tzst r t t -11 tic" I tt 4 '1 i 4 1 is' ''' fl'i -t In Jones Trial LI z' 3 I l'7'r - i v047 V 7 1 Se ' ortovit 1 E illie Co) March t J 1w1V441 ip -IP " p The rntird'e' Mr prial of Albert Jones fts ': '''''''''''''' - '''' ' 14 will take a theatrical turn Tues Iv i avk ' ' ' '' '' ' day when def or ense attorneys bring V : : :v00 1 1 cv:iiileitir01(nhtition:t:IAlri:yukga::ir(a'n(ibmi:t hol niteh::myaDettoxrnter:aixtsotfenrd oomat A TVI i f 1 Iht cha -''''r- ' 94atr :( The lawvers Arthur De Remit of Ma b A

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