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( T > T R . U POINT AMKjOT AN
former Local Girl
Dies in Auto Crash
mum In vilably lead to ronf.wio,,;
'during a tima of steady r"corery It
I» also known that sudden inereasoii
in wake* and decreases in hours
Mrs. Haxel B. Johnston. well
—r . .. . . . .
, , iuoj , must he added to the coat of prodnc- known Medford resident and form
Re-eatablished, September 13. C'2t.
tion, which In turn must be paid by erly of Central Point wig instantly
Devoted to the beat interest» o<
the consumer and particularly the killed late Friday night when her
Central Point and vicinity.
farmers, who form a major purchas car crashed into a concrete pillar at
Entered as second class matter al
of the prodiKts of industry
the north end of the bridge over the
the post office, Central Point, Or—
A M E R IC A N
I 'ill lIS li.U , J I NK 24.
CENTRAL POLNT, ORBOON
Professor E W. Empey and fam
ily left last week for Pleasant Hill
wh-re Mr. Empey will teach as prin
cipal of the Pleasant Hill high
school. The community regrets hav
Pollock. ing the Enipeys leave as Mr. Empey
son, under the Act of March 8, 187'J.
THE ALMIGHTY UNION
California. Woodie Newbern, 32, em taught three very successful years
in our school and Mrs. Empey has
Kair-tninded citizens who have ployed by Mrs. Johnston was driving taken an active part in the commun
Six Months ............... ............. *100
and reported that he was blinded oy
»1 6# withheld Judkuient on the C.I.O. un the lights of an approaching car as ity. We all wish them lots of luck j
Payable in advance
til! they could learn how the Union he rounded the curve to cross the and happiness In their new eommun-1
Advertising sates on application
would employ the power It seeks are bridge. Newbern suffered several Ity.
Office— Second Street, off Main
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wyatt ot j
now provided with the answer. And broken ribs, a dislocated hip and a
thanks to the United Automobile severe head injury which he is now Gold Hill have moved into the val-
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
recovering from in the Redding ho*-j ley. They were married Thursday
Work>rs of America, the couniry
Editor and Proprietor
land enjoyed a lovely wedding sup-
has beeu giveu a pre-view of what it
Mrs. Johnstons' two sons, Robert i**r *l ' ,r- Snyders mothers, Mr*. F.
may expect If the C.I.O. achieves its
Evan Bromley, II and David Spen M. Snyder on Thursday vening Mrs
anuotinceed objective of enrolling all cer Bromley, 11 were sleeping in the Wyatt was Effie Patton before her
of th> nation's mass production back scat and escaped serious injury marriage. A charivari was pounced
workers under its banner.
although Robert was taken to the upon them by triends from Gold Hill
This klimpse of the future canto hospital with what appeared to be a Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs A B. Collett are vi
Almost exactly two years ago, ihu In a letter which ths U.A.W.A. ad sprained ankle as well as minor
NKA was invalidated. No great cry dressed to 3,000 property owuers *n bruises. Those who saw the wrecked siting Mrs. Collett's father. Mr. W.
the car consider it a miracle that all W. Edington for a few months,
of horror arose generally for the Pontiac, Michikuii,
Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Newnham of
simple reason that the NRA had dla- owners that unless they reduced were not killed at it was practically
California are Tislting Mrs Newn-
credited Itself with the public. A few rents to a figure s t by the Union,'a total loss
Many local people, as well ssjh a m s mother. Mrs. F. M. Snyder,
predicted disaster, but they turned the Union would Instruct its mem-j
out t0 be bad prophets.
hers to discontinue paying all rents'stage and truck drivers who have this week
Now Senator Black and Represeu- ilH oi Jul,e 1 Not content with th e 1 commented on the accident during I Mr. J. L Rowe is ill with hay
live Connery are asking Congress
agreement which it negotiated with the past week declare that the locale
to consider another bill reviving all the motor car manufacturers (an 0f this fatal accident Is one of the L
the principles of the NRA. Before agreement Incidentally which has worst on the Pacific Highway anJ|
breathing life into gliosis, let’s look not prevented 37 sltdown strikes in should be safe guarded without fur
at the record. The New York Times th'J plants of one manufacturer ther delay.
alone subsequent to the Union's
sums It up this way.
Upon receipt of news of the acci-1
8oltmn, signed assurance that there dent local relatives left immedi
“ It Is now clear that there was no
would be no more strikes) the U.A. ately for Redding bringing back the
foundation in fact for the early fear
W.A. has decided that the rents two boys and the body of the de
that the Supreme Court verdict In
which property owners may ask for ceased. The funeral for Mrs. John
the case of the NRA had dealt a
their houses, Is a matter of union ston was held Tuesday afternoon at
death blow to the whole recovery
Perl's Funeral Home with Rev E. S.
movement. Precisely the opposite concern.
If the Union is permitted to set Bartlam officiating. The floral o f
happened. The Government's own In
dex of Industrial production, com Itself up as a Judge of what rents ferings were exceptionally beautiful
piled by the Federal Reserve Board, may be asked of its members what and the chapel was crowded with
stood at 85 when NRA was declared assurance is there that it will stop relatives and friends by whom Mrs.
(juifk. Safe A Efficient
unconstitutional. It now stands at with that? How about food prices' Johnston s sunny disposition and
NO PULLS NO BURNS
118 The Government’s Index of fac Will It tell the grocer what he may sincere personality will be greatly
tory payrolls stood at 68.5. It now charge for a pound of butter or a missed She was a popular student
stands at 104 8. But the point of dozen eggs or a loaf of bread? How at the Central Point grade and high
most significance Is (hat the percen about the laundrymau? Will he be schools during her residence here
A bargain in every price and you
are in the hands of experts only.
tage of Increase In payrolls has been told how much he can charge for Interment was in Stskiyon Memorial
even larger than the Increase in pro sheets or towels? And the druggist Park.
Also Expert Hair-Cutting
duction Freed from the controls and and the doctor and the filling station
Pallbewrrers for the funeral were
restraints imposed by NRA. business operator? Will they be told how as follows George M Roberts. Herb
has not achieved Its subsequent re much they can charge?
Grey. Ra:ph Bardwell. Larry Sc had-
covery at the expense of labor. For
No wondtr Pontiac is beginning to E. G Burgess and It R. Reter
1» X Bartlett
the reward of labor, measured n ask itself the question -Collective
Mrs Johnston is survived by her
terms of payrolls, has more than bargaining or collective bludgeon two sons, Robert and Spencer, her
kept pace with the Increased output ing?
mother. Mrs. Jas. H White of Ros*
of factories and mills.'’
Lane, two sisters, Mrs Harold H
H. C. HIGH
Brown of 38 Berkeley Way, Medford
What the effects of renewed at
and Mrs. Sarah Pyburn of Washing
tempts upon the part of the Federal
ton, two brothers, Royal E. Bebb
government to regulate wages and
and Irvin T. Bebb of Medford and
hours in every locality and plant will
Weetern Distributor For
her aunt, Miss Mary A. Mee of Cen
be none can foresee accurately at
this time It is a ko*n factor, how
4 1 » Medford Bldg.
ever, the arbitrary wage and hour
restrictions seeking to blanket th*-
Anything in H im ' o f fencing
Expert care and adequate insurance
entire country under one enactment
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228 W. 6th
$1.50 to S5.00
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812 8. Riverside
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fever and « general run down condi
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$1.50 to $3.50
New Lawnmowers~$6.50 to $10.00
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210 Medford Itldg
Mes Tord, Ore.
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OUR DAMP WASH SERVICE
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