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I dont know how he ever walked away from the accident, said Jim Alford. After returning home the elder Alford saw the approaching fire and climbed on to his roof with a hose.

Alford who suffered a four inch gash in his scalp and numerous broken ribs crawled out of the pick-up and through thick vines 1/4 mile down the creekbed and back up the embankment towards his home when a passing ranch hand stopped and gave him a ride.

Wanda June Alford of Fort Smith [Sebastian Co.], Ark. Alford was buried in the Alford Family Plot at Oak Hill Cemetery in Red Bluff. See the obituaries of his wife, Betty Louise Stone Alford; and his sister Elaine Melvina Alford Owens in this compilation. A POLICE OFFICER FOUND IN THE STREET WITH A BULLET HOLE IN HIS TEMPLE LIVED SEVERAL HOURS, BUT NEVER REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS. 6At 9 oclock this morning the body of night watchman John W. It is clearly a case of murder, which the officers are now investigating. Alford enforced the laws against keeping open the saloons of Watsonville after midnight, and the result was several arrests, one saloonkeeper forfeiting his license.

The plane, from Blythe Army air base, burned when it crashed and none of the crew escaped. He also served as a member of the local ASCS Range Improvement Committee. The two other bodies were taken to Blythe, it is understood. He was recognized by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service in 1959, when he was awarded California Rangeman of the Year. DAILY PRESS Riverside, Riverside Co., CAFriday, 20 August 1943 NAMES OF CRASH VICTIMS RELEASED Funeral arrangements for seven of the nine men killed in the crash Monday night of a four-motored bomber near Whitewater are being completed by the Preston funeral home in Riverside. He was honored by the group in 1980 for his contribution toward making the program a success for youths involved in agriculture. The pickup was totaled when it plunged 75 feet and landed on its roof at the bottom of Eliza Creek. The fire was started by the carelessness of a 12-year old boy riding an all-terrain vehicle in which the heat of the engine and exhaust caused extreme dry rangeland to burst into flames.

The plane, from Blythe Army air base, burned when it crashed and none of the crew escaped. He also served as a member of the local ASCS Range Improvement Committee. The two other bodies were taken to Blythe, it is understood. He was recognized by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service in 1959, when he was awarded California Rangeman of the Year. DAILY PRESS Riverside, Riverside Co., CAFriday, 20 August 1943 NAMES OF CRASH VICTIMS RELEASED Funeral arrangements for seven of the nine men killed in the crash Monday night of a four-motored bomber near Whitewater are being completed by the Preston funeral home in Riverside. He was honored by the group in 1980 for his contribution toward making the program a success for youths involved in agriculture. The pickup was totaled when it plunged 75 feet and landed on its roof at the bottom of Eliza Creek. The fire was started by the carelessness of a 12-year old boy riding an all-terrain vehicle in which the heat of the engine and exhaust caused extreme dry rangeland to burst into flames. He was chairman of the Red Bluff Sale Committee and was a director of the Red Bluff Round-Up for 35 years.