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Folder #1 containing items from Georgina Brown, including
-Notes made by Brown regarding gambling charges filed by Sheriff with Lakewood defendants
-Notes reflecting Commissioners ruling to allow Sheriff to operate ambulance in county, July 28, 1958
-Note describing Sherffi's ambulance as "Ford Amblewagon," manned by off-duty "men at Sheriff's office". Management of county ambulance assigned to Raynie. Coroner endorses the program.
-Newspaper article dated 1960 regarding Thorn Lake charges. Vitim William Scott Wright and first major snow storm of the season.
-Journalist notes of various events and crimes heard in County/ District Court in Jefferson County
-Journalist notes of various events and crimes beginning October 14, 1959. Includes notes on 1959 County budget, polio vaccinations, and new airport
-News article on "fight over W. 54th Route," November 18, 1959
-Journal notes on "planning a school for your own community is serious business", 9 pages
-Nover 18, 1958 news article on absentee ballots cast in November 4, 1958 election
-October 21, 1958 news article on widening Sheridan Boulevard. From Denver Post
-October 23, 1958 news article on "studies of Federal housing in Jefferson County"
-October 14, 1958 news article on a pizza parlor in Lakewood denied a liquor license
-October 1958- Brown is introduced for the first time ro Harald E. Bray. Her opinion: 1st class gunner's mate, during two years of Navy service was attached to Disciplinary Patrol Unit dealing with various types of criminal investigations where he received a good background . . . here first got feeling of police work . . . of patrolman investigation teamwork, coordination is one of his greatest ambitions to further this type of need and worked out policies and procedures in administration and through cooperation that have welded to department . . . Came to Colorado in the late 1930s before World War II. Enlisted in the Navy 11 years.
-Notes from Civil Action against Sheriff Wermuth and Deputy Otis Beach, January 24, 1959, by Henry Miller. Wrongful arrest and "photographed as common felon and put in rogue's gallery"
-Mention of "Italian Village Inc" at 7655 west Alameda shopping center, October 1959. Public County hearing
-First mention of "Ken Caryl Ranch" in process of purchase. Advertised through film format. 12,500 acres on former Old Bardford City named for kids. June 1958
-Notes taken at meetings of Board of County Commissioners in summer of 1959, including JCRS shopping center expansion
-News article on gravel pit hearings, September 10, 1959
-Notes made on Fire Marshall Expenditures in summer of 1959, to include $65.00 to Marshall. $10.00 for Jeep trailor and money for a 5,000-watt power plant.
-Notes on construction of public library at Teller and West Alameda and subsequent construction of a branch library in Golden, summer 1959
-Notes on county business in September 1959 including: civil action on asphalt paving, Kissenger Homes at 9550 W. 15th in Lakewood, moving houses in central Lakewood to accommodate attorney Truman Stockton (2-4 houses), Stockton represents A-1 House Movers, children arrested for shooting out windows at 1901 Garland, mail boxes blown up, and drag racing
-Investigation of voting stations for November 1959 election
oNo. 5- St. James Episcopal Church, 44th and Brentwood
oNo. 13- Westhavevn at new Wheat Ridge High
oNo. 15- Foster School, 53rd and Saulsbury
o- Genessee Grange
oNo. 16- Maple Grove 10500 W 25th
oNo. 25- Ralston Road and Balsam
oNo. 52- Moeholen School 8th Harlan
oNo. 55- Baptist Church 41st and Lamar
oNo. 62- Bancroft No 3 at Glennon Hts, 115500 West Yale
-Rocky Mountain News article, September 16, 1959 on Jefferson County Sheriff Art Wermuth avails Justice of the Peace
-Copy of Jefferson County resolution regarding First Judicial Bar Association and Constitutional Rights
-February 16, 1960 lawsuit on committee for a world constitutional convention. $4,000 of signs
-News article on Magic Mountain
-Notes from April 28, 1960 jury trial of George Baca- ten men and two women on jury. Baca was tried for assault and unlawful intent to injure. Investigators Harold Bray and Richard Perkins.
-List of judges of 1st and 2nd judicial districts since the opening session of the District Court in Jefferson County, 1862-1876
-Brown's notes related to a historical publication in January 1984 ( two legal pads)
-Colorado Transcript, April 12, 1962, article on the history of Golden Gate City
-Brown's notes in Cement Bill Williams and the Genessee Mountain opening of Vidler's Roadway
-Notes on childhood of John Jump, 4400 Gladiola and now member of North Table Mountain Civic Association- swam in pits, caught frogs
-Notes taken on county business beginning April 22, 1960, including information on public school. Hearing on R-1 expansion
-Notes on March 20, 1959 Baca assault case
-Notes on Southern Steel Company- Sharpe McCullough- assistant sales manager takes Honolulu deputies of new Jefferson County Jail "best praise for designer and construction"
-Notes on Baca and Leanord Beal cases
-Notes taken regarding approval of construction of Mount Vernon Country Club- 12 houses and clubhouse, April 1960
-Copy of February 29, 1960 Board of County Commissioners minutes
-Small notepad with notes on various subjects
oBeginning with homicide of Rosetta Witt, 5050 Car Street. She was found dead with blood all over. October 1960- 1962
omaster plan hearing November 21, 1961
ofirst Chinese immigrant, Sing Chung Li, applied for liquor license
-Notes taken of various incidents in the county- January 1861: shot dog, lost hikers in snow storm, Cody Inn on Lookout Mountain, August 4 murder of woman
-News article "Covering the Courthouse" by Brown, January 1961. Judge Shannon's move to basement of jail
-Pad of notes made on Board of County Commissioners, beginning January 12, 1961 (1959). Bear Creek fire, November 17, 1959 with Curley Bain Fire Chief
-Notes on July 4, 1959 fireworks injury at the Fairgrounds
-Notes on May 1958 burglary of Lakewood Country Club. Bargaining with Investigator Bray
-February 10, 1960 news article "3 wounded in Lakewood." Paul D Loar incident with Barbara Viola Loar a shooting victim
-Notes on creation of Fruildale, February 18, 1960
-News article February 26, 1961, "Lefferdink pledges Mafic Mountain opening"
-News article, October 27, 1961, "Editor's (Ivan Gillette) postponed to December 8". He was accused of taking liberties with teenage boys during drinking parties
-Various notes taken in July 1960
-Copy of Jefferson County Health Department report on rabies in the county, August 4, 1960
-Courtroom notes made between 1959 and 1960
-Note on public aggravation of county dump from Pere Morrison, "putrid smoke . . . can't sit on porch," July 1960
-Outlook copy of District Court Order of assigning judges, October 1959
-Record of Harold D. Wooley and Mary Pearl Walker trial. Notes taken during trial October 19, 1961.
-Two news articles on the 1960 assessed value of property in Jefferson County and an article on the assessed value of Jefferson County 2nd highest in state
-January 19, 1960 news article on Lakewood Youth Admits Burglaries