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EVENING TRIBUNE San Diego, San Diego Co., CAWednesday, 15 February 1984 Services for Jack E. The inquest has been postponed until Monday, so as to give the officers more time to work on the case.
: SSDI records show that John Alvord (SS# issued in CA) was born and died _____ Feb 1984, last residence Joshua Tree, San Bernardino Co., CA. 8The inquest on the body of Night Watchman Alford, who was killed on Friday night, was not concluded to-day. 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. Alford was president of the Tehama County Cattlemans Association in 1964-65 and was named Cattleman of the Year by the group in 1987. Some of his friends advised him to resign, fearing harm would result, and he said he would resign in the spring, when he expected to secure other employment.
Alford was found in front of Days saloon in Watsonville with a bullet wound in the temple. Bitter feeling was engendered among all the night rounders against Alford.
Alford, whose family has been raising cattle in the Hunter District since the turn of the century, ran a commercial stocker-steer operation that supplied cattle for feedlots in Coalinga, CA and Pasco, WA.
He graduated from Red Bluff High School where he received honors as a State Farmer in FFA and for his athletic ability in football. The couple has two children, Jim and Patti Ann, and continue the Alford familys tradition of cattle ranching that first began when Alfords great-great grandfather, Robert Temple Alford, walked across the plains from Arkansas and settled in Tehama County in 1856.
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.
Watters sanitarium, where he lingered for several hours.