Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, February 25, 1934, Page 10, Image 10

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Frank Meredith Passw
CALEM, reb. 34. PYani Mere
dith, about N, a former employe of
the state purcnaatne department un
til 1931, died at ble home here early
thla morning. He was a relative oy
marriage of Phil Metachan of Port
land, republican candidate for gover
nor at the laet election.
during the month of January.
Of( those revoked 30 were- because
of driving while Intoxicated, and of
those suspended nine -were the result
of feckleas driving.
Crusade Needed
ATHENS, as., Feb. 34P) Criti
cal, crusading, conscientious, Intelli
gent public service Journalism Is the
.beat augury for America's future,
Marlen Pew, editor and publisher, told
the Georgia press institute today.
PORTLAND, reb. 34. Edward
Savan, former ball bond broker, was
convicted In circuit court hen today
on a charge of having In his posses
sion 26 suits of men's clothing that
had been stolen from Wlckeden Bros,
store at Salinas, Cat.
. SALBM, Feb. 24. (JPi The address
by Governor Julius L Meier, scheduled
to be given over the air from Port
land tomorrow night has been post
poned. The postponement was neces
sary 'because the governor had con
tracted a cold and sore throat.
Home Is a Pyre
REDDING, Calif., Feb. 24 (Pj
Trapped In the blading home of a
frti-nri. .Tnhn nark. 60-vear-old native
Ylwniee Revoked
SALBM, Pern. 34. (A1) rorty-three
.automobile operators' licenses were re
voked and Id suspended In the atite
of Yolo county, was burned to death
Phone 842. We will haul away your
refuse. City 8anltary Bervlce.
last night a- Cottonwood, its nines
south of Redding.
SIZES OF PE
Special Train Shipment Is
Loaded On Liner Inspec-
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A aoeclal train of nineteen refrig
erator cars, containing 11,000 boxes
of pears, was dispatched over the
Southern Pacific Prmay, lor iobuhib
nn the steamer Moldanger at Port-
inri Th fruit la destined for
Antwero. Rotterdam and Havre.
A few weeks ago a special train of
13 cars, loaded with pears, was dis
patched to the same port from this
city.
Another recent development In the
export trade Is the announcement
that a new disinfecting station for
fruit and vogetablea Is soon to ne
J opened at Havre, Prance, where fruit
that has been neretorore rejeciea i
cause of alight showing of disease,
in tha future will be disinfected and
permitted entry. Portland exporters
freauentlT have met losses at Havre
when lnapectors rejected whole cars
because they found, scale on one pear
or apple.
Reports that the French govern
ment Is considering resuming exor
bitant Import duties upon American
fresh fruit March JS tend to epeed
up the movement of fruit from Port
land. Strong demand In France for Ore
gon pears la reported attracting Into
the export market some of the larger
sines, which have ordinarily been re
jected by French connoisseurs of
fresh fruit and may result In a lim
ited extension of the export pear
movement from Portland. With the
departure of three or four refrigerated
veasels from Portland this week-end
and next week, traders had expected
to consider the season closed.
Steamship operators report approxi
mately 200,000 boxes of pears and
140.000 boxes of apples In storage in
the Portland. Medford and Hood River
districts, but this Includes both ex
port and domeatlo sixes. How much
of this amount finally will go into
export trade 'Will be determined by
how eagerly foreign markets want the
larger fruit, which la ordinarily ab
sorbed by the domeatlo markets.
F
COMMISSION!
R. K. Nealon of Table Rock, county
commissioner, haa tiled his declara
tion of Intentions to seek the Re
publican nomination at the May pri
mary, Commlasloner Nealon came
to hl decision late Friday. For sev
eral weeks the county official has
been undecided.
Nealon, long aotlve In county
Orange affairs, will have the back
ing. It is reported, of a large share
of that organisation. He has lived
most of Jits life in this county and
Is well known. He Is a "dirt farmer"
operating a large ranch In the north
end of the oounty.
Nealon was appointed to the coun
ty commlsstonerahlp to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation of
the late John Barneburg on Decem
ber 81, 1933. i He was a central fig
ure In the Fehl-Banks turmoil. At
all the court house riots, men scat
tered by prearranKement throughout
the crowd, demanded his resignation,
and when he attempted to speak to
them was greeted with cries of "Oet
a rope." Nealon was among the citi
zens Instrumental In restoring tran
quility in this county.
Commissioner Nealon Hats no slo
gan in his declaration of Intentions.
J. F. Wortman of Phoenix Satur
day filed as Democratic preclnot com
mitteeman from the Phoenix pre-
ci net.
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"It's the first fruit tree in the
Rogue River valley to bloom thl
season," la ttho claim made yester
day by W. C. Holdrldge of Talent
for one In hla orchard.
And whether or not it la the first, '
there is no denying thst It la one j
of the most beautiful, it's a Chinese I
cling peach and the flowering branch I
brought to the Mall Tribune yea-;
terday embodied all the delicacy and
frsgrancy associated with blossom '
time In the Orient In its wax-like
white petal..
QUIZ ON THEFTS
Jack Martin, 28, of Idaho, well
kn'own in the Ashland section, is
held in the city Jail for Investiga
tion concerning two burglaries which
occurred here February 10,
On that date a pen set was stolen
from the offlcea of Dr. Wm, W, P.
Holt and a clock from Dr. A. R
Hedges' office. The two were located
at Rankin Bates' shop, where they
wen purchased, allegedly, from Mar
tin. Martin was arrested by oily police
at tha Lek hotel as Tom Kennedy
Dance at Rogue Blk Saturday night,
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