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November 15, 1990
James Weaver, disqualified from last Sunday's Camel Grand Prix of Greater San Diego for improper driving conduct, was reinstated to fourth position, but was fined an undisclosed amount by the International Motor Sports Assn.
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November 15, 1990
James Weaver, disqualified from last Sunday's Camel Grand Prix of Greater San Diego for improper driving conduct, was reinstated to fourth position, but was fined an undisclosed amount by the International Motor Sports Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1986 | Associated Press
Rep. James Weaver (D-Ore.), who has been embroiled in a controversy over the handling of his campaign finances, announced Friday he will not seek reelection to the House.
SPORTS
April 23, 1989 | MIKE HARRIS, Associated Press
James Weaver of Great Britain knows all about the glamorous, world-hopping life of a race driver. The veteran sports car racer got his first taste of Indy-car racing last weekend at the Long Beach Grand Prix, but the experience was only the end of a killer travel schedule that would have sent lesser men to bed for an extended rest. Weaver won the British Touring Car race at Oulton Park, England, on Easter weekend, then hopped on an airplane on Monday and flew to Los Angeles, then on to Phoenix.
SPORTS
April 23, 1989 | MIKE HARRIS, Associated Press
James Weaver of Great Britain knows all about the glamorous, world-hopping life of a race driver. The veteran sports car racer got his first taste of Indy-car racing last weekend at the Long Beach Grand Prix, but the experience was only the end of a killer travel schedule that would have sent lesser men to bed for an extended rest. Weaver won the British Touring Car race at Oulton Park, England, on Easter weekend, then hopped on an airplane on Monday and flew to Los Angeles, then on to Phoenix.
NEWS
September 5, 1986 | United Press International
The Coast Guard, at the urging of Rep. James Weaver (D-Ore.), resumed an aerial search Thursday for a shrimp boat with five people aboard that vanished off the southern Oregon coast a week ago. A Coast Guard spokesman said a C-130 would search a 16,000-square mile area for the vessel Liebling.
NEWS
February 12, 1986 | United Press International
Rep. James Weaver (D-Ore.) announced Tuesday that he will seek the Democratic nomination for the Senate, calling Sen. Bob Packwood, the Republican incumbent, an "appeaser" who has done little for his home state. Weaver is the third Democrat to announce for the Democratic nomination, following state Sen. Rod Monroe and state Rep. Rick Bauman, both from Portland.
NEWS
May 2, 1986
James Weaver, 49, who went into his backyard in the Silver Lake area to investigate a hissing sound, was electrocuted when he stepped on a downed power line, and his wife, Maria, suffered hand burns trying to save him, authorities said Thursday. The wire apparently was felled by a palm frond in the 800 block of North Silver Lake Boulevard, fire officials said.
NEWS
August 25, 1986
Oregon state Rep. Rick Bauman won the Democratic nomination to oppose Republican Sen. Bob Packwood in the November election. The four-term Portland lawmaker replaced the Democrats' original nominee, U.S. Rep. James Weaver, who withdrew from the Senate race Aug. 13, citing a House ethics investigation of his past campaign finances. At a party Central Committee meeting, Bauman, 36, defeated four other candidates, getting the nomination on the first round with 72% of the votes.
NEWS
August 14, 1986 | United Press International
Oregon Democrats, reeling from Rep. James Weaver's decision to drop out of the U.S. Senate race, began the process Wednesday of finding a replacement to mount a general election challenge to Republican incumbent Bob Packwood.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1986 | Associated Press
Rep. James Weaver (D-Ore.), who has been embroiled in a controversy over the handling of his campaign finances, announced Friday he will not seek reelection to the House.
SPORTS
January 30, 1998 | SHAV GLICK
For as long as there has been drag racing on the old Fairgrounds track at Pomona, there has been a Kalitta there. Connie Kalitta, racing's original "Bounty Hunter," chased Don "Big Daddy" Garlits across the finish line in the 1963 Winternationals when races were won in 8.26 seconds at 186.32 mph. Four years later, his one good eye focused on the blinking lights of the Christmas tree they used back then to start races, Kalitta drove his Ford dragster to victory in 7.17 seconds at 218.43 mph.
NEWS
January 26, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Low-level electromagnetic radiation generated by common household appliances, radar emitters and utility power lines requires further study because there is no evidence to dismiss the potential health risk, two researchers said in an article published in the journal Science. James C. Weaver of MIT and R.
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