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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 27, 1930, Woodland, California                               .i. Only Motor Service This newspaper's exclusive motor carrier service, maintained at a big expense, gives country readers "to- day's news On a Maryland bier is ilttlnf ron the big ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST E8T, ROLPH ELECTED; TWO COUNTY OFFICIALS Precincts (By United Press) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. tually complete returns from the 283 precincts in the 58 counties Wed- nesday indicated that James D. Rolph, rtayor of San Francisco, will be the next governor. Governor C. C. Young was a fairly rlosc second to Rolph, although it was doubtful whether the Young vote in (he interior would offset the support Rolph received as first choice in San Francisco and second in Los Angeles. Buron Fitts, Los Angeles attorney, in third place. The vote, with precincts heard from, was: Rolph, Young, Fitts, With the Republican gubernatorial nomination virtually settled interest settled in the lieutenant governorship situation which appeared to be be- tween Tallant Tubbs and Frank Mer- riam. Merriam retained a slight lead Wed- nesday, having good support from southern California, while Tubbs was accorded a heavy northern California vote. On the basis of precincts, the! Woodland No. 1 Woodland No. 2.............. Woodland No. 3 Woodland No. Woodland No. 5 Woodland No. 6.............................. 45 Woodland No. 7........................ 32 Woodland No. 8.................................... 44 Woodland No. 9....................................... 42 Woodland No. 10.................................. 47 WoodlandNo.il.......................... 35 Woodland No. 12 41 Woodland No. 13.................................. 20 East Woodland No. 1 36 East Woodland No. 2 42 West Woodland No. 1............................ 33 West Woodland No. 2.......... 47 Madison............. 39 Esparto........................................ 24 Capay................................................ 15 Guincla................. 10 41 South Clarksburg.............................. 77 North Clarksburg............................ 59 Westgate.............................................. 55 South Washington................. 52 Washington No. 1....................... 30 Washington No. 2.......................... j 29 Riverbank No. 1..'............ 51 Riverbank No. 2... 37 South 7 East Davis......................... 17 West Davis.................................... 20 Davis No. 1............................ 23 Davis No. 2....... i 19 Davis No. 3.......................................... 18 North Winters...................................... 21 Winters No..1........................... 8 Winters No. 13 tilaeks.................................................. i 43 Dunnigan.............................................. i 6 Knights Landing No. 1.................... I 2fij Knights Landing No. 2...................... j 34J ft 2 sr i 67) 57 69 53 51 63 55 51 62 51 66 83 4'ii 571 58 81 72] 42j 1041 56j 65j 40! 29' 30 64 24 18, 54; 51 1 a 53 64 33 46 59 49 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 Oi oi 0! 1 0 II Oi 2 3 2 2 0 1 Oi Oi oi o" 0 0 0 oi Oi 2 0 0 0 1 01 2 I H ft 24 26! 28 i 291 21 11 19] 25 7 18 13. 301 19 111 9 5 41 9! II 8! 5! 0 0 12 7 9i 14 6 13 10 a 151 20 27 27J 17 37 6 12 16 13 18 201 12 12 16 17 10 16 13 4 7 15 11 2 10 8 14 10 10 12 91 151 101 33 10 25 26 29 23 17 32 22 31, 23! 28: 18, 25J 21 35 14 27 391 23! 26J iii 38 12 3 10 12 17 11 11 11 10] o o p O 29 22 25 23 38 j 27 35 19j 27j 33" 29 45 18 SOj "I 17 28 26 21 68 42: 31 22 18 25 26 10 12 40 37 26i 74 47 201 5 6 8! 10 12 95 71 181 11 7 11 11 12 13 8 4 18 6 18 15 3] 6 11 5 i 9 4 8 7 9 5 9! 4 8 10) ffl H a C. n 48 61 62 69 59 61 51 45 67 61 64 65 37 .47 38 30 47 45 37 48 50 43 82 65 43 30 22 27 59 12 15 35 42 44 88 681 44J 32 43 35 31 301 20 31 34 22 33 18 16 20 31 22 35 12 17 28 29 23 26 17 8 13 26, 38 23 8 14 6 6 15 18 3 12 8 12 5, 9 1  2- C. H. Johnson 2018. A. J. Johnson 378; Assembly Gordon 2447, Ezettie 7S3; School 3308; Toothaker 2518; Monroe Indications are that Buron Fitts j 3937, Hillhouse 2518; Recordei Pierce 4565, Brown 1532; Gibbs 3826, Archer 116S, Lawson 1105; Lynde 3586, Proctor 2348. con- Young's carried but three counties Los Ange- les, King and Kern. North for Young Northern California counties tinued to add to Governor vote. Complete returns from Tehama county gave Young 1803, Rolph 465, Fitts 684. Twenty-nine out of 3-1 precincts complete in Glenn gave Young 1157, Fitts 740, Rolph 452. Colusa's 27 precincts, gave Young 1396, Fitts 392, Rolph 315. i With 112 out of 119 precincts in j Butte completely accounted for, Young i had Rolph Fitts 545. i The final and complete count from Yuba county gave Young 1678, Rolph 714, Fitts 138. Sutter county's total vote was di- vided in vthis wise; Young 2178, Rolph fi70, Fitts' strong vole in Los Angeles county cut heavily into Governor j Young's forces, enabling Rolph to New Chief i Edson Wins Over Strong Write-in Vote Parents Visit 'Kiddies' Here For Anniversary Youth Held in Clarksburg on Girl Charge Yolo county voted for Governor Young for re-election, his majority over James D. Rolph mounting up to votes. Milton K. Young, the Democrat who ran on both tickets, polled but 24 votes. Young gathered in Yolo votes, Rolph and Fitts 593. For Lieutenant Governor, Yolo showede a preference for Carnahan, the incumbent, giving him 1283, Tubbs 892 and Merriam 611. U. S. Webb, for Attorney led his ticket with a total vote of slide majority. His lead, continued to mount as .returns came-.in and by eai'ly evening his re-election -was reassured. Taxes Beat Proctor r One of the most spectacular fea-. tures of the election .was.the defeat __, of County Sur- veyor-Asa Proc- tor ....by...Lynde.. Proctor was. ?.'victim of cir- in-. 'Inasmuch 'as 'vot- Hers held him re- sponsib'le" for; high, .costs of and bridge in "the county. Al- though Proctorv as county, sur- I'veyor and.engi-f Sneer, performed: only, the work which was alii. MRS? Friends of James B. Welch gave i Frank B. Edson, incumbent supervis- I or, opposition Tuesday by writing in' Welch's name, although Welch stated that he did not want the position. j Welch defeated Edson in the Dunni- j gan and Zamora precincts, but Ed- j son's home town, Knights Landing. came through with pluralities for the j incumbent which more than offset Welch's lead in the other sections. Edson's plurality was 165. j Edson polled a total of 298 votes Mayor James Rolph Jr., San Fran- j and 133 persons wrote in the name of oisco, Wednesday morning stepped in-! Two of their' "children" being- unable to attend their 68th wed- ding jubilee at Vacaville Wed- nesday, Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Crory, aged 88 and 90 respective- ly, came to Woodland to visit their "kiddies." The "children" happen to be Mr. and Mrs. John Robert McCrory, aged 67 and 60 respectively. They are convalescing- at the Woodland Clinic, after undergoing major operations. The McCrory family is one of the best known in Solano county and also has hundreds of friends in Yolo. I Charged with criminally assaulting i a 14-year-old girl at Clarksburg, Jesus Luna, 21, Saturday morning i was taken before Justice of the Peace j George Colby for preliminary hear- j ing. The hearing was continued for j two weeks. The assault is alleged to have taken j place early this week and Luna was taken into custody late Tuesday by Constable Grannuci at Clarksburg. i The complaint was sworn out by Mrs. Lucy Garcia, mother of the girl. 092. Ehrick polled 247, Smith 187 thorized by the board ol supervisors, and bon voters throughout the county held hinv Richard Collins, re-elected on thejat fault for this condition; and ..ex-" State Board of Equalization, drew pressed their opposition to High taxes'- 911 votes in Yolo and his opponent, by electing his opponent, Madison, 1095. Election of Lynde showed "clearly, TT that the voters of Yolo county.are C. H. Johnson, incumbent treasurer, i posed to any program JV had no difficulty here with a total maintain the high which will tax rate of Yolo; of as against 378 for Guc John- county, and Proctor was the only one colored man from Los whom this expression of public son, a geles. to a commanding position in the gub- ernatorial race when tabulations from The vote by precincts follows: (Continued on PaK3 Eight) moro than Of the state's pre-l) F'recincts cincts gave him a safe vote lead overj C. C. Young. Fitts vvasnthird. She Loves Flowers Beamer Park School Landing No. 1 j Knights Landing No. 2___ 99 Dunnigan 41 Edson Welch 39 61 ....119 11 Ready for Opening Totals ............................298 133 Political observers admitted their rp, n I c, unni J surPrisc Wednesday over the showing The new Bcamer street school house State Officials Win Re-Election Fight Frank C. Jordan, secretary of state; Ray L. Rilcy, state controller; Charles G. Johnson, treasurer, and U. j S. Webb, attorney general, were re-1 turned to office in Tuei'lay's clec- almost complete count of the NOYES LEADS JACK FRAZIER stands spick and span ready for its I thc of j statc.s vote indicated, first pupils next month. Workmen who 8 a Dunn.gan farmer, and j have completed putting in all of the who ls furnishings. The desks and other in equipment are of the most up-to-date j and approved designs. Leveling ofi the ground, is under way. A large! amount of space back of the building j 1LU" provides adequate playground for the boys and girls. seeking a retrenchment expenditures. write-in campaign originated iturday night and Welch did not learn of it until he returned home He announced immediately not take' the position offered to Yes Sir. "She" loves flowers whether it be Mother, Wife or Sweet- heart, every woman' appreciates your thouffhtfulncss in giving fresh flowers and nothing can really take their place especially so if they arc chosen at the FLORISTS listed in the Man Known Here Dies At Mendocino Home even though it might be him. BUYERS Section. of the Classified Elijah Bishop, known to many Woodlanders, died at Point Arena, ac- cording to word received Wednesday by C. F. Wirth and family. Thc Wirths were life long friends of Bish- op. Mr. and Mrs. Wirth and son, Fred, left Wednesday to attend the funeral, Norby Re-Elected Sutter Dis't Attorney (By Valley News AlK.nce) Erling Norby, dis- Spider Bite Victim Showing Improvement John Slaven, victim of a black spid- er bite, is believed to be winning his fight for his life in the Woodland Clinic. Slaven was in a serious con- dition when brought to Woodland, but ho is believed to be winning against the insect's venom. Fred Noyes is having the race of his young political life for re-election as Assemblyman. With Sutter and Yuba precincts all accounted for and six still missing in Buttc, Noycs only 50 votes ahead of Jack Frazicr, Gridley automobile dealer. Noycs polled a big plurality in Sut- ter and Yuba, but Frazicr ran heavily in Butte. Noyes formerly represented Yolo county. opinion could be placed. The result was that Lynde, only slightly, ac- quainted over the_ county, went into office with a majority of 1238 votes.. Sheriff J. W. Monroe staged neck-and-neck race for a time LeRoy Hillhouse for the sheriffs office, but the 'veteran oam- i paigner pulled Nine dogs and nine boys went fly- j into a safe lead ing down Main street Wednesday af- w h e n returns NINE YOUTHS IN LIONS' DOG RACE ternoon and the first five to cross the finish line arc to participate m gave a Lions' club dog race at thc state fair. three to one gain Those who qualified were Gordon in that a r e a Friday, Moreland Ruggles, Russel Millsap, Bobby Hull and Jimmy Hare. Glenn Moeller, Grant Cloud, Junior Monroe's lead' o 1419 votes votes was not as- sured.. until late Duncan and Jack Humphrey -tfere the other contestants. Thc boys raced from College to Elm J Main street. Rules of the race on s were that the dog must be on a six- foot leash and that dog and boy must run the entire distance. No little boys riding clogs were allowed. At the state fair the Woodland lads will meet up with the best dog and boy teams in the state. __ returns indicated MONROE that he would carry the en4 of the county by.overwhelming: Mrg> Gibbg p_ulM i j Stella Gibbs, pitted against strong candidates in' R. G. Huge Ears of Corn Attract Attention Yuba Supervisor Gets Surprise Lacing trict attorney, was re-elected district! MARYSVILLE Willard Roberts, attorney of Sutter county, defeating W. E. Davits. Sheriff C. J. McCoy had an easy time winning from L. H, Phcal, chairman of the Yuba board of super- visors, was upset in Tuesday's elec- tion, losing F- w- a tailor. Roberts is an automobile Samples of corn brown by T. J. Mulvaney of Nicolaus, Sutter county, i on exhibition at the realty office of Chris Sieber and T. 0. Arens, are attracting much attention. Thc ears arc 14 inches long and well formed and they grow in sets of two on huge stalks ]0 feet high and of extraor- dinary thickness. Bert and Itvin Clover left Wednes- day afternoon for a business trip to Pastor Returns to Talk on First Text Eev. E. T. Nesbit, of Colusa, form- erly pastor of the Christian church in Woodland, is scheduled to preach in Knights Landing next Sunday, using as a text "What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own Forty years ago Rev. Nesbit preach- ed his first sermon at Knights Land- ing and incidentally he used the text. incumbent, and E. J. .Archer, practically every, .the 'am ty by .heavy majorities to amass The peach harvest at county, July 28, (Continued on Page Eight) DEFEATS VANBE1 One .of the upseU -in to Valley political fighU the defeat of; Van Assemblyman. 'J; Jv: safe, legd .on incompfcfctll Cottisa, Willows dty morninf. Mifibly. chum   

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