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8 The News-Review, Roteburg, Ora. Thur., Sept. 15, 1949
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WANDEKINb WAMUV William i'. n nuenrmu. oi
Norfolk. Vs., shows 47-pound wshoo he landrd wllh rod ind rMl
eft Morrhetd City. N. C Imr from IU hsblUt iround West Indict.
Rubber Boots And Hot
Nof Tax Exemptable
LOS ANGELES UP) Rubber
boots and rain hats are not de
ductible items of work clothes
lor stenographer filing income
So ruled Federal Judge Leon
Yankwich yesterday In sentenc
ing Edward M. Jackson, 62, elf
atyled Income tax expert, to a
year In Jail.
Jackson, who pleaded guilty to
charges ot preparing false in
come tax returns, was also placed
on probation three years on con
dition he refrain from advising
taxpayers on how to make out
Asst. U. S. Atty. Bernrd B.
Laven testified that of 1200 in
come tax returns Jackson pre
pared from 1943 to 1945, only
76 were acceptable. He added
that the government has col
lected $250,000 from inaccurate
ly prepared returns.
Committee To Coordinate
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. (JP
Tfie White House has made pub
lic an order from President Tru
man for a survey looking to "a
unified and coordinated" federal
program for transportation. He
wanted a preliminary report by
The order was In a letter dated
August 30, to Secretary of Com
merce Sawyer, directing him to
undertake an Inquiry leading to
"greater coordination of federal
policies and programs.
Medical Bureau Told
It Must Provide Service
SEATTLE m Medical Serv
ice bureau heads were told that
they would have to provide better
medical service 'or the public if
they want to sidestep socialized
State Representative George C.
Kinnear of Seattle, Republican
minority leader in the Legisla
ture, urged delegates to the State
Medical association convention to
"show an alert awareness to the
problems of the entire commu
nity as they arise."
"We cannot answer the emo
tional claims of both the willful
and the ignorant for broader gov
ernment control except by show
ing that the problems of the peo
ple are being cared for without
government assistance," he said,
He said that unless the volun
tary prepaid medical care pro
gram of local bureaus Is contin
ually expanded and efficiently
managed and policed by the doc
tors themselves, the fight even
tually will be lost.
Carhop Marches Suspects
At Point Of Pistol
PORTLAND, Sept. U.-(Pl
Two young men were marched
down a highway early Tuesday
by a pistol-pointing carhop who
said she saw one of them in her
car and another standing near
by. The men, John Edwards, 20,
route 2, Vancouver, Wash., and
William Junior Conley, 20, also
of route 2, Vancouver, were held
in the county jail.
Deputy Sheriff Elmer Wallen
stein said Jackie D. Finch, 23,
carhop at Waddles Drive-In res
taurant near the interstate bridge
gave the report.
Pacific Northwest Wheat
Harvest Almost Complete
SPOKANE tlPi The Pacific
Northwest wheat harvest is al
most completed, the production
and marketing administration reported.
The administration's state
grain branch reported only a few
spring wneat lieids at nigner el
evations remain to be cut. Al
though the spring wheat crop was
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want extra safety, extra wear will appre
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PROTECTINC THE DEFENSE MEN Defense men (rlsht) of Southern Method
1st lootDaii squad are equipped with protective psddinf for daily scrimmatrs al Dallas, Texas.
better than expected, the an
nouncement said some crops in
higher areas failed due to June
frosts. Some seeding for fall
wheat already has started.
SALEM, Sept. 14-UB The leg
islative Interim committee on !
highways will hold a hearing here
Friday at 10 A. M., Chairman
Ralph T. Moore. Coos Bay, an
nounced today. This hearing will
be on the motor transportation
act, under which trucks are li
censed and regulated. !
PAGr LUMBER & FUEL
. 2nd Ave i. Phon? 2(2
Plywood Outlook Better Says Corporation Head
NEW YORK (P Lawrence
Ottinger, president of United
States Plywood corp., reported a
recent decided change for the
better In the plywood Industry
following a sharp price decline
early this year.
"Our sales lor August were al
most Identical with our sales dur
ing August last year despite sub-"
stantially lower pricei, which
means we are moving a larger
volume of merchandise," he told
stockholders at the annual meeting.
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Always Lowest Prices at Fred Meyer. Pricei good through Saturday.
High quality, U. S. P.
Regular, Junior and Super.
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DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS 350
6 OSTREX TABLETS 590
SWAN SOAP 10690
FLORADENT TOOTHPASTE 690
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Shears $4j,95 :
Perfect Pinker't circular blades are easier to use
Circular steel bladet
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For stomach upset
O Insulin in all types and brands.
O Kept refrigerated for your protection.
O Freshest stocks lowest prices.
4-oz. Isopropyl Alcohol 91, 26c
For sterilizing your insulin needles and syringes.
For the eyes
Regular, Junior and Super.
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$32.50 29-in. Fortnighrer 16.25
$21.50 26-in. Pullman Cast 10.00
$25.00 18-in. Hat & Shoe Case 12.50
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