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I ^ - 4 THE BAKERSFIELD CAMFORNMX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 19M CONGRESS PRECINCT DEM. -• -r-n r ASSEMBLY KKIM'MUCAN i! I! JUDGE Superior Court CONGRESS V) PUKCINCT r I L _ ———-- -- Adol»r II* 2ft i < A -fc. • * » • • * • • 4 » I-- i H Arvtn Nort h.. ^ .,... . 1 f Arvln South 14 - - — • --* - - • •» ^ -»., -*'i.. —.. _, i», .. i i • , , - r1|l1r M: ——.;•—,. " 4 Tpflflil No. 1 • 1 V 4 * J • • 11 * * P * • t * * * • at e r o DEM. a K m en e to s ASSEMBLY .ICAN H e n 39 DEMOCRAT 31 5 m •4 X O X M g H e X n X PKOO. en i O 0) Superior Court < H § < • s X JUDGE McCLINTOCK LEADING ABEL: WOOLLOMES IS VICTOR IN PRIMARIES From Pace One; Kfiih 1 15 1 27 27 16 . , 10 1 n 9 77 14 14 G-V 12 * t 21 46 1 * * 9 6 45 13 'A i » f» • • • « 40 • » ' • ' —- n i (18 10 22 • • &ftkrrxfIrM No. * * 1 -* *.-... f.8 10 14 * t I 1 Ifi 1 1 1 \l 52 9 11 12 35 41 15 14 10 32 17 8 SO 1 1 10 I«lnn« Volley *• F - 1 60 fl 11 "w\- No. fi.. s M t • • * i G3 10 17 » * tirr*--. No. 7 ---- , No. S ..... «3 9 » If) • ' 20 47 • • ao » • 10 u 26 • • • t • • Tom 1 29 R * * 10 1 11 14 24 t t 1 Ifl 11 22 22 16 9 t * 40 1.8 37 are expected to decide tho Fourth district contest. The raco is »o close, according to, present compilations, that oven veteran political observers aro afrnld to hazard a guess as to the final outcome. The absent voters' ballots will be counted by the county board of null 1 porvlsors at a special meeting Tuesday, it is announced. Canvass of regular ballots begins tomorrow. Wlntmer L<*nd» Charles AVlmmer, Incumbent supervisor from the Fifth district, polled the heaviest vote in his race. Unofficial returns from 42 precincts SuptrvlMr—Flrtt Dlttrlot W~ . . . —•• ^•^^^^^^-^^^•^ Precinct 12 86 8 6 16 6 Colony, Klast . Colons', North Delano No. 1. Delano, No. 2, Delano No. 8., Delano, No, 4, Delano No. 6. Oreeifhofu ..;' Hamlln Havllah Jasmlna Kern Canyon 28 10 21 26 17 12 13 3 12 17 Magnolia 10 8 6 13 40 19 IB 41 2 IB t t 32 t 4 20 8 35 12 u 60 U 11 8 IS • • 48 eld » « 18 • * A2 1 Maple 32 Mnrlropa No. 1 12 1 1 1 18 37 * • 50 18 22 Long Tom Magnolia . Maple 1 16 33 32 * * 32 13 66 No. 2 18 12 4!> 18 26 19 27 14 44 .»*._- , t I 19 « * 1.1 23 3 * * 6 14 11 23 6 6 18 29 Poao ftkorHfleld X iako.r«flold No. 14 20 • * in 27 • t • • No. 16 1R 1 11 r. 8 Mnjnve North 10 O 6 20 2 61 8 18 Mojavo Honth 13 1R 27 8 88 18 t i 72 27 Monte VlHta 1 11 11 6ft 11 11 19 46 12 9 68 Bhaftor Shafter Shafter, North Shafter, South lakentfleld No. Ifi • * 11 Xo. 17 11 • • 6 n 67 * * No. 18 (! • * 0 * • 3 r. n a ,»-»-,,. BakemflPld No. IK IB • « 13 6 6 No. 20 14 • 4 U. • * 17 K • • • • 47 Momttvlow 18 1 6 12 8 11 14 4 • * * Munxor I D 4 4 1 8 t t t I It 8 Muroc t ft 1.0 11 12 16 3 Bakorftfleld No. 21 17 17 10 15 • t iuld No. 22 22 • !• — I- < | • • ^ ••••• •> •!.• I I I No. 88..... B No. 24 32 n K*^ 1 D 12 u. • • n • t so u BD Nn. 2fi 17 1 • * 14 10 15 * * IB .kernfl*»ld No, 26 1 13 16 * * No. • * * • • 10 6 26 t • No. 88 13 II IH'^.l No. 1 3 71 12 10 14 89 15 • * f.2 n 8 11 ft • t r.3 33 lakenirtald No. SO 14 30 1 A 1(T fi ft • » 43 38 lAkctmflold No. 81 23 tl .1 .10 IP » » 31 Baknrsflold No. 82 5 fi 10 11 10 0 2fi 19 4 • 8 SO No. S3 17 •i 11 • ^ _M^^» _L ,^p»_tamj^^»» ^ ^Ot IH • • • * • i " Vi—'—' "i—r-r—-~- i No. Sf 25 1 ft \ (14 r»o 10 • » 27 * • 30 46 • * O BnkyrnflflM No. 37. ... . afi yakorftflclcl No. 88 1 fi s-.— * £7 • • 14 14 3 North 20 11 54 10 18 11 30 12 49 22 26 MrFarland South 20 10 fi2 8 1C 8 38 14 McKlttrlck 17 18 14 77 14 26 11 47 22 69 10 McNofl 24 21 11 13 Olldulo Olldnlo Kast Ollilalo North 12 • t 21 3 41 15 37 2n 6 45 10 1'iinunm 21 Petroleum POHO Prlmavora IB 6 I give him a total of 1772, as compared to 1058 for S tewart Magee, wh o ran a strong second and will be on j j^ onc Tree the ticket with Wlmmer in the November general election. The ,two Bakersfleld city councilmen seeking election to tho same McFarland, North.... position ran third and fourth, Mcl-arland, South.... George E. Wilson, mayor of the city,' Petroleum receiving 929 votes and Harry G. Smith, councilman from the Seventh ward, getting 601. Unless present totals are considerably altered by returns from seven precincts still unheard from and by I Wusco, North tho absent voters ballots, a general I Wasco, South election contest between Welsh and Bradshaw for the position of Superior Court judge will bo necessary. Dradshaw Ahead The Bakersfield Callfornlan'a tabulation of 210 Kern precincts out of 213 show Bradshaw leading with 8778 votes aa against 7281 for Welsh and 1686 for Samuel Taylor In third place. On the basis of these figures, Bradshaw failed by 163 votes to pain the necessary majority of all votes cast to win the primary. Supervisor Roy Woollomes of the First district won his battle for reelection easily, receiving a total of 2080 votes as compared to the 808 polled by both of his opponents combined. Harrison Rightmiro received 344 and George W. Branch 404. Waaco, Weldon Woody 2 23 16 14 S 9 12 9 20 9 1 4 17 14 14 11 28 24 19 27 3 6 4 7 6 U 13 t 0 6 4 * • 2 ra & 2 6 34 26 14 6 64 60 96 182 00 107 147 10 1 24 33 27 45 11 19 12 3 1 14 62 18 20 33 86 10 60 59 88 113 35 13 12 119 70 74 67 82 110 114 49 19 68 464 344 2086 54 Suptrvistr—Fturth District Precinct- 45 • • No. 1 8 9 1 48 11 18 19 20 31 No. 13 R(v]_Kork Hto I 13 H 2 r.s 13 is 8 23 1G 15 23 17 6 8 1 14 * * 14 • * 15 13 • • * 1 1 i 9 8 34 44 16 ^•n- 23 •w T- Townsend's Aides Win 11 Out of 20 • » * • 10 • • • • 2i 53 Ilnlicrtfl 9 3 48 10 6 14 25 * t 60 22 Kosnmond <. Bakorafleld No. 40..... 17 * • * * i> • • i> Bflkeritfleld Ko. 41..... 17 1 11 gakemfleld No. 42 13 1 10 ^BV^P'^^'^'^^^^^*^ HH ^^^**'^^* l ^^ H *^^ B ^*^'^flW^P^Av^^^^B%'BBPQ4^^^4^BV'^AMP4tr^ ** •*^^tota«^^*"^™^*^^M0fc^fcT ^^^ —* * kcrnflojd No. 43 10 •i t; n • » » » ** - A. J • -• - • 4 2G f) 12 1 14 1 13 32 11 Santa po 15 * t 17 61 S 16 16 30 13 35 16 50 .S«*ml Tropic * ft f • 1 19 S 42 12 17 29 * t 44 17 No. 44 n « r> 50 35 Bak«r«fleltl No. 45 £0 flH^"^^*^^™"* 1 '*''*'*'''^"^"^^*" 1 "^**~""**~ ' "•• i* HT i *^ ••! ii^»n»in^^M ii • taUcrfffleM No. 40 29 R 11 10 • » 59 15 3 3 14 Shafter 42 23 11 62 16 8 41 16 40 ro I ** 14 44 Shatter South 23 20 6 14 3 15 29 43 14 46 Shafter West * t lakoraftald No. 47,. * * * • • • * 1 8 Snlodnd • 4 Baker*fli>ld No, 48 ^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^fc^^^a-^M- ^^^» ^ ,_^ ,_ _ _ _ ^^^^^^^^P^^^^^™^^"^^ m ^^^~^^^^^^^^ r ^^ fm ^^^^^^^^^ r ^^^^^^^^^^ r ^~^ r ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^ m Bakernflold No. 49 80 22 South Taft No. 1 15 13 23 63 21 15 51 19 48 IS 47 * • 23 K 49 • • 3 40 Sou tli Tuft No. 2 Bak*r*ffold No. 60 16 • • Bak oraflold N o. 51 23 v ^akorsflold No. 52 15 t • 12 13 14 78 H 33 53 8 Bl Smith Tuft No. 3 14 18 8 19 11 32 10 45 16 South Tnft No. 4 1 t * 24 8 15 28 19 39 25 69 19 47 41 n t * BttkorsfiHrt No. 63 17 • • 15 • > Bfckornfleld No. 54..... 19 3 liakdraflold No. £5.... 14 >...^. Bakeraflfcld No. 56 9 4 54 11 12 8G 10 51 South Taft No. 5...... 10 Standard 13 13 15 14 8 12 59 19 66 11 40 1 6 1 8 6 19 I * t 29 6 20 13 • t 76 21 51 10 I 6 41 11 12 17 27 86 12 H 9 • t 48 C. 1 ° J v 51 13 12 14 82 6 41 8 9 10 too 13 62 8 10 25 26 • • ;ak«rsfifld No. 57 23 23 69 14 t 4 Bakorwflold No. 58 17 17 * 4 3 & 16 « * 52 17 feakorHflekl No. 69 10 No - 14 1 12 8 66 n •v 10 15 6 38 20 i • 40 52 No. 4 ............. 17 SO 10 17 14 46 17 51 10 52 Ifi 67 9 43 11 • • G4 5 J&akemfloid No. CO * • 13 ft 37 * • 59 takorftfleld No. 61 14 11 9 35 • • 44 9 31 4 33 lakertrfittd No. 62 • • n * * i n 9 32 * • No. 68 14 11 8 12 13 26 » i 3 31 Bakernfleld No. 04 16 * t 1 62 16 10 17 40 • t No. 65 27 13 55 13 10 • • 62 Taft No. 6 21 <• •• i Taft No. G 10 Tnft Taft No. 8 17 t.. 11 3 4S 13 5 10 21 31 34 Taft Ht»lKhtM No. 2... 26 28 11 78 17 31 20 4!t 1-1 !ak«r«ftcM No. 66 ltd 1 u. 3 14 40 erwfleJd No. 67 22 1 m—, ^ 1 •-^•-M^ . ._^—_ •IIMrMM •!•!! • .• ^^^^^^^.^^ f ^^^ f ^^^ fr ^~^^^^ m *^^^ r - —^^f—^r-m—^m—^^^r^^m—m-rj—^^^^f^—^—^^^^^r^—^^f-^^ m ^ I I T^^^^^^^~ ••• BakgrHficId J*"^*- • •_•' ] n BakrrMfteld South... • • 19 11 25 • t * t 07 48 * f 1 4 38 6 • • 49 30 • • 20 17 1 12 67 Taft HcltfhtK No. 3... 25 67 31 14 62 13 ^^^n ^ f 6 53 GO Ti'harhapl 21 32 74 10 D 16 49 12 40 Canon * * 14 1 14 ' * 21 18 m » 45 9 •23 enrdslo n" nc • * • * t < Borgu n rd i Boron . . . . . >) •> i i 26 Hill Union R o *o "'"• U O • -«-«- _^--^ 8 lit U 13 1 19 1 • 4 5 10 1 * 1 41 26 • t 36 6 18 59 28 S I In 1 v A rnul I '2 Vornllo 1 17 39 10 16 6 25 8 32 8 32 Virginia Kant 9 10 L^ JafM ^ 5 16 12 61 6 18 11 8 • * 1 16 i _ ^ t) 16 33 10 * • 49 45 Virginia Wc»st 17 S i ^^^^^^^_ ^ 14 13 12 22 18 15 1G 11 7 * * 40 14 23 19 27 • t •» • * Calif » 4 • • 1 • • 3 * * 8 Canfiem Colony J3w£t • • -_i^;_^ii.' 25 Colony \Vfft •i 1 « 3 4 •> • • Wnlkors J*anln ft ft t * 10 10 4 t 10 Wasco North 16 2.". 37 47 12 42 Wam'o South 27 1 > fc • i 1 :t 67 9 • * 81 3 «k * * t t * * • » 16 Weed Patch 28 4 21 i 3 9 SS 78 10 4 4 77 60 12 48 t * 4.9 1 20 1 2 11 12 » * AVoldon 23 1 Wlnlft 17 4 * 14 ^^•^-i 5 IB 14 22 6 11 28 10 35 9 *1 • * t * Willow Sprinps * t 4 4 • 4 14 I t • 5 I 4 11 24 o • « 4 • * * 1 • • 0 64 - i *lano_Nf»- l!j.. ^_ _ ; Delano No, a * * 76 1 38 1 89 ood y 10 * * 30 10 22 TOTALS. (210 4 I < ..3001 237 2745 477 131510,471 1174 177.1 326S 12flj 1S21 1 1017 12 877S 1682 72S1 T Delano No.ji vlano No. & I *^m — — . K^B.k . ^M- ^^ . ^ _ ^ •^^^TPW^^^^" ^ • ' n " "^ r ^" ^ ™ Pelniar. , Don t * t * * t 17 46 1 N 102 LI • • • » I < • • 1 1 •J r rury - * * * i \ * * <i u i M * * • * * t • * Women Flyers on Way to Cleveland RFC Asks Bids on $5,007,250 Bonds • • 8 47 * ft'nitt'd rrrts Leased Wire) 24' l.oS ANUKLR8. Auff. 26.- I'nlted Leased Wire} WASHINGTON, AUff. 2ti. — Tho Three Ueconst ruction Flnancn Corporation ,. JiU ^ U. Fairfax _._.......... II Kairlutvi-ti. .^ M ' \V K 14 _ jj."-:j"\v/i^--iJ_J* Ford K;* *• t • » 26 .*!'> l • r • 32 i women pilots. hoao>d by Ruth Chut- eulloc! for bids on 55 KSHUPS of mil — i _ . _ ... 17 torlon, today were flying 1 towards «» i 4 30 • - • * 1 * * •JO L' .» » i % \ 41 Ford 4^v~ ni PI . - - ' Ford Fi.rd • - 44 1 «' *\ 4 P 1 • ' • • SK CMovelnml for Ihn start next Satur- 61 day of tin* Air Porby' sponsored by i the motion ploture star. M1«H rhalterion wn« nrrompanied " ! bv Itob lllalr, her technical adviser., .„ D,o fihn Hiar'H plane wilt be the eon- I hwnt: $J1 -° 00 I-ou^ville. t olo.. 4 per county and nchool district bonds n/rgregatlnff $5,007,250. Blda are to be opened September 10, Among the Issues offered woro 1907.000 LOH Angoles County Flood Control District; $«0,000 City of Pres- rott. Ariz., waterworks improve- t ri< I < "Ml • . « . 12 *1 S • P Fruit rule.. _^ __._.. in Oarwo4>d 18 •i i; • • *i • • iti a o • » • * • * 3 IS *i tJ • -*- — 3 •>•! Greenhorn Green 14 M 1 r I * • 1 «» S IS 18 A 1 JW • » • * 1 » t r t 20 * " 1 Iluvllah • * 3 1 * • 1 2 S U 1 • • 8 10 S 10 * * fil E >« • * 11 • * 62 trol ship for Ihn dorby. Those who took off for Cleveland were Marjory June Oagt\ 19. of Now VorU i'lty; I'erllo Hamilton, 19. of Holly wood, and Evelyn Hudson of <;|endulo; Calif. The ("hatttfrton derby, preliminary to the National Air Kace.s, which aru beinK: lieia in Los Angelen next month. IH ni'lieduled to oiul Septeni* her 3 at San Ulego, allf. Krom Ban Uiego tho entrants will make a formation flight to Municipal Airport on September 6 for the opening of tho iilr races. Tho flight Is being: divided into front \rutonvurkft Improvement; $15,- OOU Downey, Ida., waterworks; ji7.- 000, Montana State Board of Education: $39,000 Capitan I'nlon High Schoolw, Now Mexico, and $3^.000 Han Miguel county, N. M. Roche May Refuse S. F. Police Place Dr. Frederick Hodge Weds Miss Meany iii » » * h 12 10 13 * • a: winnera of I'rcn8 Leated Wire) LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2C.— Dr. Frederick Webb Hodgo. 71, director of the Southwest Museum here, and Miss Gone Patricia Meany. ,18, ro- • * 3 29 H 10 u 11 10 » • <*••>- *** 4 9 S 11 IS * t u u> >100 prize monoy \vhilo $3000 IH being allotted by tho actress for lap prizes. Th»» flr.si wing Is from leveland to Dallas while the second is from DUUOB to U»o finishing point. re- 8Car cher in liopl Indian ethnology, wen* married yesterday in Santa Fe, X. M., friends said today. It was Doctor Hodge's third marriage. His bride studied with him at the museum during the past two year*. (United 1'reax Leased Wire) HAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20.—Theodoro Hocbe, president of the police commission, revealed today he will refuse the job of being San Francisco's single police department head with full responsibility of the department. Itoche's unofficial announcement coincided with indications that Kan Francisco will adopt a police department set-up similar to that In operation In New York City, where a single police, commissioner functions instead of a board and taken over most of the functions of the police chief. The position him not been offered formally to Uocho, but observers believed Mayor Angelo HOBS! plants to V (Continued From Pago One) tually assured re-election when they captured both major party nomina- i Lebcc tlons. Tho Republicans aro: Harry J. EnglebrlKht of Nevada . City, Second district; Itichard J. Welch, San Francisco, Fifth; Albert G. Carter, Oakland, Sixth; Bertraitd W. Genrhart, Fresno, Ninth. Charles Kramer, Los Angeles Democrat, Thirteenth, will hare only Communist opposition in November. Downey conceded defeat in a contest In which the district Townsend organization had thrown its entire strength. "Of course I 'am deeply disappointed," said Downey, "not chiefly because of my personal los», but because of the refusal of the voters ... to accept the economic- principals which I espouse." McGrourty Far Ahead Representative John S. McOroarty, who introduced the original Townsend legislation In Congress and then broke with the plan's founder, was far ahead for the Democratic nomination in the Eleventh district. For the Repxibllcan nomination In the Hame district, however, both Me- Groarty and the Townsendlto choice, A. I. Stewart, trailed Carl Hlnshaw, Pasadena business man. Edward J. Margett, Townaend organization state manager, claimed. 14 of tho 20 Townsend-endorsed can didatQB were nominated, but did not designate who they were, lie said one candidate in every district would be endorsed for tlio November elections. "I feel that wo have clearly demonstrated our strength." Margett said. "T predicted on tho day of election that 750,000 TownsenditeB and their friends would march to tho polls. The final ballot bore me out." Overwhelming Issue Tho Townsend Issue largely overshadows all others in the campaign. Nelson 13. Van Mat re, Townsendtte candidate in tho first district, led Representative Clarence K. l^ea for tho Republican nomination. T^en, a Democrat, was unopposed, for that party's nomination. Harry R. Kheppard. Townsend candidate, was far ahead of Ropre- uentmivo Sam Ij. Collons, Republican, for Democratic nomination in the Nineteenth district. CollotiH, had a two-to-ono lead over his nearest opponent fur the Republican nomination. The election yesterday 8aw party preference expressed on candidates for nomination in 20 Htate senatorial and SO assembly districts. The Townwrnd plan was not an isfluo In thesn races. Antelope ... Associated . Belrldge ... Devils Den . Ford Ford, North Forfl, South Ford, Kast Ford, West Fordland Fellows Grapevine Honolulu K. T. £ O Lost Hills Marlcopa No. 1 Marlcopa No. 2 Mid Bfll McKHtrick McXeo 9 75 23 12 77 SI 75 35 65 46 101 9 47 83 54 •* *• t;i 53 54 45 83 69 Paeafioo j Santa Ke Houth Taft No. 1 Houth Taft No. 2 South Taft No. 3 South Taft No. 4 South Taft No. 5 C5 54 -12 1 81 85 36 73 89 112 81 -S C7 40 12 61 U 29 61 53 45 46 50 Kl 87 Taft No. 1 Taft No. 2 Taft No. 3... Taft No. 4 Taft No. C Taft No. 8 Taft No. l f ,.. ff ..r: Taft No. 8 Taft Helfchts No. 1.., Taft Heights No. 2 Taft Heights No. 3 25 Hill Universal 71 SO 3t 41 43 72 SI 64 58 7G 3* S3 80 DO 44 52 7ft 5S 60 70 84 4S 43 7(J 50 24 35 Totals 2407 2418 Supervisor—Frtth District Precinct- 5" 3 Trotzky Can Stay in Norway Till Dec. 18 Bakersfleld No. 20. Bakersfleld No. 21. Bakerstteld'No. 22. Bakersfield No. 23. Bakorsfleld No. 24. Bakersfleld No. 25. Bakersfield No. 26. BakerHflelcl No. 27. Bakeraflelrt No. 28. Bakersflfild No. 2?. Bakersfield No. 30. Bakersfleld No. 31. Bakersfleld No. 32. Bakernfield No. 33. Bakersfleld No. 34. Bakeruflel<l No. 85. Bakersfleld No. 36. BakerHftftld No. 37. Bakernfleld No. 38. Bakerfifleld No, 39. Bakersfleld Xo. 40, Bakersfleld No. 41. BnkerRfield No. 42. Bakersfleid No. 43, Bakersfleld No. 44. Baker«fleld No. 46. BakerBfleld No. 46, Bakersfleld No. 47, Bakersfleld No. Bakersfleld No. Uakersfleld No. 50. Bakerbflcld No. 61. Uakersfleld No. 52. Bakerafleld No. 59. Bakersficld No] 55. Bakorafleld No. 56. Bakersfleld No. 57. Bakerafleld No. -C8. Bakersfield No. 59. Bakorsflold No. 60. Bakersfleld No. 61. 20 12 27 23 10 35 01 t-u 20 18 IS 22 33 5 24 33 oo 33 25 28 40 57 28 25 21 22 29 12 4 13 15 S G S 8 T t 5 14 36 32 36 48 30 14 21 18 22 39 18 on Mid 18 14 23 24 20 S 10 8 10 7 9 7 8 11 20 16 12 7 11 14 6 67 23 25 40 18 3 28 26 21 16 42 36 32 26 2G 5 17 10 20 9 19 31 38 18 14 38' S3 4 7 46 19 51 42 47 25 GO 40 8 25 20 34 34 21 13 20 19 13 21 21 00 W4* on 40 23 27 36 33 36 41 51 26 44 17 13 IS 10 18 19 41 43 47 32 44 41 39 30 51 42 46 36 57 54 44 44 37 1038 601 929 1772 l*rf»t Leased Wire! OSLO, Norway, Aug. !!«.— The Norwegian Ministry of Justice decided today to allow Leon TrotJiky, exiled 3lu««Ian linked by 1C confessed conspirators to a plot to overthrow the Soviet government, to remain in Norway until December 18, provided ho sign* a declaration to abstain from any form of revolutionary activity. The decision followed u. report from the N Department of Immi- the commission president to take over the Job In the event the new system Is inaugurated. I'LANE WHATHER STATION WASHINGTON, Aug. L'ti. (U. P. • r gration that Trotzky had broken the conditions on which he wua permitted to enter this country. STATK HUM) DEBT 1IIU SACHAM12NTO/ Aug. 20. (U. P.) California now has a bonded Indebtedness of $184,552,000 marked up An airplane weather observation sta- against tho state government, not tlon In Oakland, Calif.. Is being added j including registered warrants or any September 1 to the network which ! obligations of local governmental governmental provides information on conditions In I units, according to Ray T,. Ulley, the upper ulr for use In making dally ; state controller. The outstanding 'bonds represent a per capita debt of $30 for each uerson in th*» weather forecasts, the weather bu reau announced tod**" Wine Institute to Meet on Saturday (L'nited Prcts Leated Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26.—The California Wine Institute will hold 1(8 second annual neBBion hero Saturday to elect new directors, establish quality Htandarda ami discuss advertising and marketing problems, U was announced today. A. R. Morrow, president of the Institute, will preside and Frederick J. Kouter, past president of the California State Chamber of Commerce, will share the chair. A plan to finance a national advertising- program this year through voluntary contributions on a per tofl baalB from the vlnters, will be presented. PILOT ACCUSED OF THEFT •SAN PKDRO, Auff. 26. (A. P.>— John Richard, pilot of the missing: 42-cabln cruiser Marian, was accused of theft In n federal complaint today. Ernest George, the boat's owner, said Richard had foiled to moot him at Santa Monica last Sunday for a scheduled cruise. The Marian was taken from anchoraffe f- f i /"' ,1

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