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Stat Victoria Could
Hovt Hod Amnesia From
Shock Of Ralph' Death
If Victoria Sanders had been
"feigning amnesia" at the time
of Ralph Mojonnier'i death, and
conscience ttricken decided to
tell her story to the police, she
would hav "told all.
ans hospital, who took the stand
John L Hasklns, psychiatrist and
manager of the Roseburg Veter
ans hospital, wh otook the stand
as a surprise witness in the Vic
toria Sanders murder trial yes
terday. Dr. Hasklns was called by the
defense after Victoria had left
the stand. He aald he had not
Interviewed her, but had listen
ed to all of her testimony yes
terday, and had read her signed
He said that an overwhelming
emotional shock, seriously involv
ing someone they care for, would
be enough to send persons into a
state of amnesia for varying per
iods. Defense Against (hoek
Amnesia, he said, is one of the
defenses against shock. No one
likes to consider emotional prob
lems, he explained, and one of
the best defenses is the ability
to "forget things.
'Assuming, doctor, that we
have a girl 20 years of age, with
a background of no home life, of
average intelligence, no record
of crime, torn between her love
of a man and her religion, living
with him, but not married, and
bearing his child, and she was
Innocent of the crime and found
him dead in bed; would it be pos
sible for her to have a shock like
that you describe?" asked De
fense Attorney Paul E. Geddes.
'There is not a doubt that this
girl has been mentally ill," Dr.
Hasklns said. The state of amne
sia resulting from such shock, he
added, could last "a few hours or
When the mental block of am
nesia Is broken. Dr. Hasklns said,
the person would be "apt to tell
the whole story," keeping nothing
Whole Story or Nona
If Victoria had been guilty and
"blacked out," Dr. Hasklns tes
tified, her story, when it came,
would be either "none or all."
Under cross-examination, Dr.
Hasklns admitted that amnesia
would just as likely result if Vic
toria had killed Ralph "in a rage"
while he was drunk.
"Real amnesia," Dr. Hasklns
said, "is the blocking off of cer
tain events in a person's life.
When the mental block is broken,
all events occurring during the
period of amnesia would come
"A person feigning amnesia
would fill in his story with 'bi
zarre details,' and if involved In
a crime, he might try to fix the
blame on some else," Dr. Has
If Victoria had "feigned am-
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At St. Joseph's
Family holy hour' will be held
at St. Joseph's Catholic church
Friday evening, Sept. 16, at 7:30,
It was announced at the Knights
of Columbus meeting Tuesday
Catholic activities chairman,
Mr. Bailey, announced that all
members of the organization are
urged to be present.
Class of candidates will be Ini
tiated into the Knights of Colum
bus day ceremony Oct. 12, it was
Ron Raade and Grand Knight
Debiens spoke of plans for an
lnter-city meeting at Cottage
Grove, with the Roseburg and
Eugene councils attending the
Cottage Grove council meeting
Ernest Schauer, five-point pro
gram chairman, listed the agenda
of council activities for the com
ing three months. The Rev. Fr.
KiTllan of St. Joseph's Catholic
church addressed members on co
operation relative to Catholic
Lecturer John Puttman con
ducted quiz games during the so
cial hour. Prizes were won by
Patrick U Kelliy, Kooert Herost,
Ron Raade, John T. Doyle and
Myrtle Creek Football
Team Plays Friday Night
The Myrtle Creek football
squad Is being whipped into shape
tor tne iirst game or tne season
at central Point Friday night.
Jack Kelllng. football coach
has 48 boys out for practice, held
every nignt alter scnooi. Mine let
termen are out this season:
Lon Hamm, Bob Matthews,
Gordon Scarbrough, Bub Hollin-
jer, Charles Ireland, Tom Rice,
George McDaniel. Tim Corrigan
ana James Holder.
Keiling has a full schedule ar
ranged with the first home game
aepi. & wnn uanaon.
nesla" and then was conscience
stricken, it would not have help
ed her conscience to keep back
any of the details, the doctor tes
tified. In the trial, Victoria has testi
fied that she was in a "daze"
when she left the Mojonnier
home, two miles west of Drain,
the morning of Oct. 28, 1947. and
she did not remember seeing
Ralph dead on the bed.
She said she came out of her
daze Nov. 13, 1947, in the Douglas
county Jail, when she cut her fin
ger on a broken medicine bottle.
With the sight of blood, her mem
ory came back, but she still de
nied killing Ralph.
In cross-examination of Victor
ia yesterday afternoon. District
Attorney Robert G. Davis ask
ed, "Is it not a fact that you
were remembering blood on your
hands from touching Ralph's
body, when you cut your fingers
on tne Dottier
"No, I Just saw blood and ev
erything went black," Victoria
replied. . .
Victoria was hysterical when
she was found by Demitv Sheriff
and Mrs. J. H. Williams, who
came to her aid at the time she
cut her finger. When she had
been "calmed down." she freelv
gave them a statement of what
she remembered, she testified.
After both the state and de
fense had rested yesterday, Dud
ley Walton, assistant district at
torney, opened the arguments
with a review of testimony in the
trial. The argumenta were ex
pected to continue most of today.
Circuit Judge Carl E. Wimber
ly cautioned Jurors to bring their
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as it might be necessary for them
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aftar tpactacular fira gutted 300 feet of the 1,900-foot long pleasure palace. The pier, for
43 years beachfront landmark, wai doted for the winter Labor Day. No one was injured in
the general alarm fire, which officials estimate a $200,000 lost.
Ralph Dolt Heath, 58,
Dies Suddenly At Home
Ralph Dale Heath, 58, resident
of RoseburR for live years, died
suddenly bept. l.i, at nls nnme.
He was born June 17, 1891, In
Alexander, Neb. and came to Ore-
f;on when he was three years old,
lying In Portland before moving
to Roseburg. He was a past noble
grand of the Odd Fellows Lodge
of Roseburg; a member of the
Rehekah lodge; of the Knights of
Pythias and of the Christian
Surviving are his widow, Fran
ces D. Heath, Koseburg; two
brothers: Emery Heath, Olympia,
Wash., and Joe Heath, Ketchikan,
Funeral services will be held In
The Chapel of The Roses, Rose
burg funeral home, hrlday, bept.
lb, at I p. m. witn Kev. rvennetn
Knox officiating. Vault Interment
will follow In the Masonic ceme
tery with the Odd Fellows lodge
In charge of the graveside
LAWRKNCE Mina Pariene
vs. Arthur Raymond Lawrence;
married in Roseburg July 25,
11)47; cruel and Inhuman treat
ment charged: plaintiff asks S.V)
support for minor child.
SEOU1 .V-Japanese B type
encephalitis, which broke out
last month at Kaesong on the
border with north Korea, now
has appeared In all eight prov
inces oi soutn Korea.
To date 3.788 cases and 908
deaths had been reported to the
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YMCA Director Meat
Tonight In Y Office
The board of directors for the
Roseburg Y. M. C. A. will meet
tonight lor their regular meeting
at 7:30, according to Marlen
Yoder, general secretary.
The "Y" offices are located
across from the Indian theater,
not in the local armory as was
reported in Tuesday's paper.
Committee appointments and
filanning of the fall program are
ncluded on the agenda.
The flag of Cuba was designed
In a New York rooming house
and first flown over a New York
building in 183a
The estimated number of daily
workers and visitors at Rockelel
ler Center, New York City, is
1 Til .000.
Rummage Sale The women of
St. George's Episcopal church
will sponsor a rummage sale Sa
turday at the parish hall on East
Cass street from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Club Te Meat Edenbower
Community club will meet Frl-
.1.,., a 'i...,i, i v. c.i w i
school All Dersons reoidW in the
stnooi. ah persons resioing in me
community are invited to attend.
Back From Aberdeen H. H.
Jlohi returned to his home at 604
Reservoir avenue last night, fol
lowing a business trip to Aber
To Meet Tuesday The Twelve
and Won club will meet at a noon
luncheon Tuesday. Sept. 20, at
the home of Miss Bernardine
Princen, 231 N. Chadwick street.
Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. C. If.
Grayshel spent the weekend In
Roseburg taking in the Barber
Shop charter presentation. They
make their home in Brookings,
Enjoy Trip Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Marble of Roseburg have return
ed to their home, following a trip
through the Redwoods to Cres
cent City and Eureka. Calif., and
hack via Highway 90W. Mr. Mar
ble is employed by the News-Review,
Return Home Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Strickling have returned
to their home in Roseburg, fol
lowing a few days in Eugene vis
iting the tatter's brother and sister-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Root, and to the coast, where
they enjoved good fishing at
lakeside and visited Mr. Strlck
ling's step-parents. Mr. and Mrs.
between 6. IS end 7
p. m., if you hove not
received your Newt
Review. Aik for Harold Mobley.
Reception Friday The teach
ers of the Dillard school will be
honored by the P.-T.A. at a re
ception Friday night, Sept. 16,
at 8 o'clock at the school house
In the new auditorium. Special
music will be presented and re
treshments will be served.
Te Eugene Bruce Carter and
Bert Shoemaker motored to Eu
gene Saturday afternoon to at
tend a banquet at the Phi Sigma
Kappa fraternity house, of which
both are alumni.
Mrs. Minturn Home Mrs. Eth
el Minium, Roseburg piano and
voice instructor, has returned
home, following several weeks in
Canada and a stay in Seattle,
where she took a special course
of music instruction.
Reunion Company D. 162nd
infantry, World War II, will hold
its annual reunion at an 8 o clock
chicken buffet supper at the Can
yonville community hall Friday
night, Sept. 16. Members are ask
ed to bring their wives or lady
P.E.O. to Meet Chapter BI,
P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Fri
day at a 12:30 o'clock potluck
luncheon at tne summer nome oi
Mrs. Clair K. Allen, end of Fisher
,road' Those attending are asked
hHns ,h: . .h,, .rvi
Dessert and coffee will be lur-
Grange to Meet Riversdale
Grange will hold a "Back to
School." program Friday night,
Sept. 16. at 8:15 o'clock at the
hall. Those attending are asked
to dress appropriately to carry
out the theme of the program.
Women attending are asked to
bring a sack lunch Xor two.
Play to be Presented A short
play will be presented during the
program hour of Melrose Grange,
which will meet at 8 o'clock Tues
day night at the hall. The men
will put on the play entitled. "If
Men Played Cards the Way Wom
en Do." Refreshments will be
served by the Crings, Beckers
and Dale Busenbarks.
To Honor Teachers The Dix
onville Community club will hold
its first fall meeting at the com
munity hall Friday night. Sept.
16, at 8 o'clock to honor the teach
ers of the Dixonville school at a
reception. Refershmenta will be
served. All residents of the com
munity are invited.
Two Day Sale to b. Held
Women of the First Presbyterian
church will sponsor a two-day
rummage sale Friday and Satur
day In the basement of the
church. Donations will be picked
up bv calling Mrs. Armour Mur
dork' at S3-Y or Mrs. S. J. Shoe
maker at 144 L.
Navy Mothers To Meet All
members of I'mpqua Navy Moth
ers' club are asked to attend a
potluck dinner Sunday. Sept. 18,
at 12 o'clock at the Veterans hos
lilal to be followed by the moth
ers putting on a program for the
veterans. Members from Med
ford. Grants Pass. Eugene and
Coos Bay Mothers' clubs will be
present. The regular meeting of
'Jmpaua Navy Mothers' club will
be held Mondav night at 8 o'clock
at the home ni Mm. Cora Rogan,
1 1010 S. Hamilton street.
4 mtlee south of lutherlin
mi lea north of Roaeburg
Monday, Sept. 19, 1949
Beginning at 1 p as.
Some food milk rows; registered Here
ford bull: yearltnga; veal calvea; can
nera and cutters and baby calve.
Bring in your cattle as we hava a
lot of good buyers.
Already consigned aom feedar ptga.
i sup uiaM atari i it-w iui
40 head of good ewea. Remember, we
sell feeder lamba. fat lamba and all
kinds or neap, mere seems it N i
good Inquiry lor any ewes you hava
Wa have been getting good runs at thla
auction and wo appreciate any con
signments, large or small. You do
not need to make an extra trip In
here to see about selling your stock
Bring It in anytime and It will be
cared for until aale day. If you have
no way to haul It and have a fair
consignment, we have facilities to
haul it or will loan you our trailer.
P.EG1TLAR flTRNm'RI AUCTION AT
1:30 114 THE EVENING.
Schricker & Sons.
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Bring Your Livestock
WHERE they bring ta the most money
Sale evarv Friday.
Livestock la o'clock. Furniture 1 p. m,
FOR SALE Herd of 10 registered
Guarnaeya, Including 5 from tha fam
oua Brook over hard from Idaho. Rec
ords can be furnished. Inquire Albert
H. Puhl, Route 2, Box 234, Med ford.
Ore. Phone 6424.
WANTED Fat lambs, yearlings and
canner owes. Write or call, Jamea
E. Lewis, Myrtle Creek, Oregon, ph
S4: Dai r rill W. Ray, Hi J. Box 30S-B
Roaeburg, Oregon. Ph. BBS-R-1.
WANTED TO BUY Fat and feeder
lamba. Also young breeding ewea
Inquire Lyle Marstera or John Rohr
Happy Valley Ranch. Phona 17-F-2
FOR SALE Choice graTn fed white
face veal calvea. Just right for the
locker- wholesale market price. W. A.
Thomaa, g miles east of Suthcrlin at
ONE TEAM mules, very gentle, with
harness, S73; one first-calf heifer and
calf, SIM M. U Shepherd. Camas
FOR SALE 1 Jersey and Guernsey cow:
been milking 2 months. 4th calf.
' mile nor tit of Lookingglaaa Store.
FOR SALE Young calves, year old
heifers, and soma freah cows. No
dealers. L. Nichols, Melrose Ru, Box
FARMERS Will buy hogs and feeders
on Thursdays, 9.10 to 4:30 at stork
yards tn Roseburg. Bring them In
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WANTED FAT AND FEEDER lamba
and yearlings. W A. Blackert. Myrtle
Creek, Phona 202.
FOR SALE 2 young gentle milk cows.
Phone 23-F-24. ft. A. Crow, L. G. Star
FOR SALE-Gentle pony for children.
Mrs. Iverson, ph. 82L
FOR SALE Good, young fresh cow. Roy
WANTED Board for Great Dane female
lnthe country . Phone 1 MB-R -5.
ANTEDUI kinds of livestock. R M
Cox. Call 990-J-4.
Ham pa. Reds. Crosses. Every week In
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Hatching Eggs Wanted
Year around market.
City agent. Douglas Co. Flour M1U
Lookingglaaa Rt. Phono lt-F-3
FOR SALE New Ham pah I re fryers. 3
te 4 Ins., 34c lb., live weight. Located
mile weat of Wilbur on Garden
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Evrr day in the week, year around.
First house on Curry Road. Oar-Mar
Poultry Farm. Ph. 1.W9-J-4.
NEW HAMPSHIRE RED laying hens:
Sullets starting to lay: fryers. Erma
. Miller. Julian Hatfield Ranch. Rt.
1. Box 220.
FOR SALE 120 healthy young turkeys.
Up to 20 I be. each. MOO. Mrs. H. L.
Lander. 2nd road to the West, So. of
FOR SALE Colored fryers. 40e a pound.
Rt 1, Box 171. Maurice Weber. Call
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FORD A COl'PR for Ford A pick-up. H.
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Back From (tattle Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. Warg have returned
to their home In Roseburg. fol
lowing a trip to Seattle, where
they were called by the sudden
death of the latter's father. C. O.
Horning. Mr. Horning spent most
of his life residing in Portland
and only the last few years had
made his home in Seattle.
Wilers Rtturo Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Wiley have Just returned
from Portland, where they at
tended the 15th annual conven
tion of the Oregon Association of
Real Estate hoards. Mrs. Wiley
has served three years on the
board of directors of the Oregon
association: one year as vice
president of the Oregon Council
of Women Realtors and has Just
completed her second year as
president of the Oregon "Council.
She will serve as a director of
the Women's Council for the com
ing year. Mr. Wiley has Just been
appointed to serve for a third
year as director of the Oregon
Association of Real Estate
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tizer. Overdrive A Hill Holder.
1947 Commander 5 pass. Cpe. Radio, c li
ma tizer. Overdrive, Hill Holder.
1940 Mercury Sedan.
1940 Plymouth Sedan.
1941 DeSoto 4 dr. Sedan.
1941 Butck Special 4 dr.
1941 Chev. 2 dr.
1 Chev. 4 dr.
1949 Studebaker Pickup.
1940 Ford Pickup.
Open In evenings until I p.m.
Quality User! Car Lot
Oak and Rosa
FINE USED CARS
Reasonable priced. G M A C terms.
Chevrolet Buick Pontlao Cadlllaa
SEE THIS 1941 Olds Six club coupe,
14 000 miles on 4fl motor: RAH. new
brakes, rear shocks, tires, battery and
generator. Clean throughout. See at
420 S. Stephens evenings or call 9S0-Y
FOR SALE -'38 Chev! coupe. Runs gooC
ii I sS 1 95 . Call 3 1 9-J -& ajfte r 3.
SMALL HARLEY motorcycle. Umpqua
Florists. Call 030. .
FOR SALE 1930 Plymouth sedan, good
condition. Box 269. Rt. 1.
1937 FORD V-g sedan delivery. Reaadn
able. 310 I. 2nd Ave.. N. Ph. 1093-L.
Fruits and Vegetables
Cants, Dillard Best, tl.93 erat or 9S
Crsnshawa. 4c lb.
Local watermelon and lea cream water
Table Queen squash, 91 93 crate.
D'Anlou and boxed pears (or canning,
Tomatoea, 73c and SI 23 box.
English walnuts 28c lb.
Fruit & Vegetable Market
Winston Ph. 47-J-4
Open evenings until t
tt 00 per bu.. V-pIck
miles South of Roseburg. Turn left
on Winston Road, So. of W (niton
Also cantaloupe; all types squash.
IF YOU WANT CANNING PRUNES.
Italians, bring containers, come to
Otto Johnson s, last house south tn
Sukr-dorf's Addition. Winston. 63c per
tl 00 bushel
! miles out East Douglas. Chas. Neav-
BO STC? PEARS. WRAPPED AND
PACKED READY to ship. Siae ISO,
tl SO bushel: large alie S3 00 Ewens
Bros. Packing plant, Sutherltn. Ph.
FILBERTS Starting Saturday. Sept. 17,
U-pick. 10c per pound. C'irrv Estate,
turn west at Riversdale Grange. John
Burkhart. ph. l.MU-R-3.
LOCKER AND CANNING com now
ready: also pears and cantaloupe, Rrvs
ersdale. Curry Estate, Rt. 2, Box 3M.
Clarence Ma b ley.
PRUNES, 30c bushel, or 3 for II 00.
U-pick. bring boxes. Ceo. Barter, Mel
rose Rt . Box 24.
ITALIAN PRUNES, you pick. Mr btt.
3 mile east Kelly s Korner. Rt 1,
FILBERTS. U-pick. 10c lb . or pick
on shares. Ewen Broa., Garden Valley.
CANNING TOMATOES delivered lSO
CORN AND TOMATOES, you pick. LoW
rGardenVa I ley . G. L. Young
Banning tomatoes and prune, "
W Srhmtdt. Garden Valley.
OLIVER 70 tractor on rubber and steel:
I ft Oliver combine: 7 ft. power
motor: I ft. dic. 2-bottom. 1 4-inch
plow. havy tractor trailer: dump
rake: 7 .X swat her Will take good
rar. small cat, or cash. Noble Snider.
CAPE SC tractor witn plow, disc and
haTrow: need onlv few hours; S2OO0.
R t. I. box 42. A Yonce I tajOregon.
FORD FERGUSON tractor. wtthheavT
dutv mower and drag aaw. R. B.
Oliver. Id lev id m.
ALCOHOLICS ANOVYMOUS. 'A Boa
IU or Phona 1JQO-L or 30-J