Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 04, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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FOR WANT AD3
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST One a'A-sallon Foamltc f'.to
extinguisher. Reward. Call Pierce
Auto Freight.
LO-ST Oold fountain pen. Reward.
F. Corning Kenly. Tel. 611-J-3.
LOST If dog missing, call 1516.
MrAWTiM-i TOW4T.F. HELP
WANTED Housekeeper, permanent
Job, 63 per week. Phone 6-F-3.
WANTED Experienced reliable girl
for housework. Room, board, 62.50
per week. Box 578. Tribune.
WANTED Middle-aged lady for house
work In motherless home. W. T.
Bostwick, Rt. t, Ashland. .
WANTED-MIddle-aged lady for gen
eral housework. Barneburg Ranch,
Rt. 4. F. E. Barneburg.
WANTED Reliable girl for genera
housework. References. Box 559.
.Tribune.
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Housework by day or hour.
17 So. Peach.
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Ambitious, honest young
man for respectable work with good
future. Dorn, 206 Elm St.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED To rent small ranch with
buildings. Particulars first letter.
Box 673.
WANTED Cows, sheep, good kitchen
range. Ben Vlmont, old highway.
WANTED Tree trimming. High
winds break limbs and damige
roofs. Box 660, Tribune.
WANTED Have client for 4 or 5
room furnished home at 622.50.
Chas. R. Roy. Realtor, Medford
Bldg Phone 302.
FURNITURE TRUCK going to San
Francisco soon, would like load
back. See us for rates. Phone 833.
F. E. Samson Co.
FURNITURE re-upholstered.
969-R. Thibault.
Phone
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelts and
wool. Joe Konop. 120 Sc. Central.
Across from Montgomery Ward Co
WANTED Wool as mohair. Top prices.
See J. 3. Osenbrugge.
tYnn iw nwii muiiuir. (iiuca auu
pelts See us before you sell. Wool
bags and twine for sale. Medford
Bargain House, 27 N. Grape St.
Phone 1062.
WANTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
more, crusher, amalgamator. Advise
price and where can be seen. 417
Davis Bldg., Portland, Ore.
WANTED Donations of used cloth
ing for relief purposes. The Salva
tion Army. Phone 356, 411 E. Main
WANTED 2nd hand goods and Junk
Pit's, 1508 Prune St Phone 547-L.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford,
cheap. 833 W. 2nd.
WILL care for elderly sick people In
my home. Phone 437-X.
WANTED Household goods, stoves,
tools or what have you. Medford
Birgain House. 37 N Grape St. Tel
1062.
JUNK WANTED
We pay cash for JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS. ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER and lunk of all
descriptions.
MEDFORD BARGAIN HOUSE
37 NOI Grape. Tel 1062
WANTED Five hundred ewes,
dress 4334. care Mall Trloune.
Ad-
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 3-room house, bath, some
furniture and garage; dults. Call
953 Dakota Ave.
FURNISHED modern hoilM, 2 bed
room, overstuffed, 622.50. Phone
582-R.
FOR RENT 5 rooms, modern, partly
furnished, good location, cloe in;
20, pater paid. B. J. Palmer, Tel.
7B8.
POR RENT Small furnished home
medrrn; f rlglclalre, garage. 221 Nd.
Hollv.
FURNISHED hou-. 138 S. Grape: I
Fng:ift:rc Phone 3IP-R.
FOR R FN T -4 -room fum. house
Siinuel B.itcman. 912-J.
TOR, RENT 8-room modern hou
turn piano. 1013 w. 9th. W. H.
FtcJ-i j
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SMALL furnished houst; cloie
tn. - Call 731-X.
FOR RENT HOUSES
NICE 7. room house (or rent. Call at:
817 W. 10th.
FOR RENT Partly Xurn. house. 613
No. Grape.
A CLEAN house. Cose In. Iqulre 319
8. Ivy.
HOUSES HO. (12.50 and 815. water
paid; wood range. Phone 106.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished. Brown & White.
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish.
ed stucco nome. oio a. ubuqbic.
FOR RENT S-room house. 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe, inquire 370 so.
Central.
FOR RENT Furnished house, 15
Inquire 105 No. Oakdale.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FURNISHED apartments for 3 adults,
903 W. 10th.
FOR RENT Furnished apt,, private
entrance, tel.. etc. 818 S. Oakdale.
FURNISHED 3 and 3-room apts.;
garage. 604 W. 10th.
CLEAN, furnished apt. 317 W. 2nd.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment in Mall Hrlbune Bldg.
Living room with fireplace; lare
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
roqm and bathroom; hot and cold
water, steam heat and lights fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mail Tribune.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD 153 No. Oakdale.
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 8. Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 K. Main
Rates very moderate.
I FOR RENT FURNISHED
ROOMS '
4 ROOMS, steam heat. 135 N. Holly
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT 40-acre Improved farm;
free water. Box 5R7, Tribune.
FOR RENT Cow pasture cheap. In
quire Blackwell Hill Service Station.
FOR RENT 40 acres; 2-room home,
down wood; 610 month. Mrs. Chas.
L. Wilson, Central Point.
FOR RENT Improved 8 acre tract,
garden land, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR TRADE 250-egg In
cubator for chickens. Klukkcrt. Rt.
1, Box 471, Ashland.
TO TRADE Good car for pair work
horses. S. B. Hill, Rt. 1, Box 334.
Central Point.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Old tractor,
plow, mandrel and saw. Will take
horse. Big Oak Service Station,
north of Eagle Point.
EXCHANGE Furn. re-upholatcrlng
for lumber, wood, fish poles and
reels. Phone 969-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE White electric
sewing machine for light sedan
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
FOR SALE or trade for clear city
property, 124 acres, close In, mostly
river bottom, free water for part,
60 cultivated, god Improvements.
Stocked and equipped, 68500. 15
North Fir. Phone 161.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm.
200 A., 615.000. Want river bottom
form near Medford of equal value
Box 11744. Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
93 ACRES on paved highway, 20 river
bottom, 30 cultivated, 15 Irrigated;
Improved. Good camp ground site.
Price 62750; 6750 down, balance to
suit.
For sale or trade for clear city
property, 124 acres, close In, mostly
river bottom, free water for part;
60 cultivated, good improvements,
stocked and equipped, 68500. 16
North Fir. Phone 161,
BARGAIN Small ranch near coast;
best terms: consider trsde Medford;
62,000. Write O. M. Osborn, Rogue
River, Ore.
FOR SALE 6 acres close In; low
price; with building. Schermer
horn, mile west of Phoenix.
FOR SALE . New modern house, 8
rooms and sleeping porch; furnish
ed; 61350. Your own terms. Tel.
582-R.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Jacksonville
property for Medford property. Box
636, Tribune.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown & Whtle..
LARGE LOT Fruit and nut treea.
excellent soil Sacrifice 6350 Write
Box 66. Mall Tribune.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Beef cattle. E. B. Hogaa,
Applegate, Ore.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Angora
rabbits. 64 pair. D. O. Garrison,
Jacksonville.
FOR SALE Fresh cows.
Schultz, Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE Team of mules. Henry
Kerby, Talent.
FOR SALE DOGS PETS
ROLLER canaries reasonable 623-J-3
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
FOR SALE 25 laying Bronz hen.
Earl H-irt. Hifih Bank.
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock Mttlng
Riverside. Tel. A15.
i BABY CHICKS RM 910 hundred.
White Leghorn 49 a hundred. Chas,
I L' Q?od. Box 356. Eugene, Ore.
OUR better quality chick insure real
profit White Leahorns 8c. April 18.
7'ic. Rocks and Red 9c April 18. Be.
' re.ts.ogue. Jenka HAtchcry, Tangent.
Ore.
FOR SALE POULTRY
RED SETTINQ EOOS. Phone 4-F-4.
PURE Bronze toma, cockeran'e prise
stock. (6. Jesse Nell, Rt. 1. Ashland
HENS with chicks. Carley. Tel. 3S8-X
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Horse, model T Ford
truck, cheap. Murphey Dairy, off
Jacksonville highway.
FOR SALE CHEAP Punch bowl and
BLundiird, and 13 glasses. See Lio
erty Market.
FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, baled or
loose. Local, non-lrrlgated alfalfa
seed. Tel. 523-J-4. Otto Nleder
meyer. CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge I
repair parts left on hands, will glt'e
60 discount on any ot these parts
In our stock. Eakln Motor Co.. Hud
son and Terraplane dealer. River
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALE Orape vines, ornamental
trees and shrubs Glascock's Nur-
aery, 264 Bcatty St.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes; terms If desired. All makes
rented and repaired. White Sewing
Machine Co., 24 N. Bartlett.
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables,
beds, eto. 714 Welch St.. off W.
Jackson.
FOR SALE for storage, 1 Monarch
electric range, like new. 1 lawn
mower, 1 Ice box. Davis Transfer,
29 So. Grape.
VERY choice long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. Call at 1002
V. 11th.
FOR SALE 700 boxes good Newtown
apples: orchard run. 25c box. W. H
Watt, phone 468-R-2. Medford, Ore.
A RAINBOW GARDEN of glads. 100
large No. 1 bulbs, not less than 40
varieties. Value (5 or more tor
$2.50. One Jumbo Plcardy free.
P. H. Reum. 922 South Oakdale.
SAND, gravel, sediment, teaming,
plowing. Phone 912-J.
HAY. wheat, barley, rolled or ground
C. A. OoVoe. Phone 523-J-2.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Dodge pickup, good con
dition. 803 Pine Ave.
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4. Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR expert lawn mower, radio and
home repair, Phone 864. Ask for
Flxlt Man.
I LOAN MONEY on anything of value.
Cecil Jennings. Cor. Main & Front.
FURNITURE MOVING Quick, reli
able service. Let us quote you rates
'on local and long distance hauling.
We are bonded carriers. Phone 833.
F. E. Samson Company.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Indian
apolis. Mrs. Gertrude Stead, local
representative. 523 South Ivy. Tel.
930-R.
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
Cycle Shop, 23 N. Fir. Phone 261.
NOTICE TRUCK OWNERSTf you
haven't got P. U. C. plates, get your
application In for your P. L. and
P. D. Insurance at once. Long or
short haul. Cargo, collision, fire and
theft. Association of Commercial
Truck Owners, Phone 1380, Room
12. Palm Bldg.
INCOME TAX Let me prepare your
Income tax return Years of experi
ence. Both State and Federal are
now due. Fred L. Colvlg, 525 S
Central. Phone 735-J.
FURS cleaned,
Coats rellned.
repaired and glazed
Mediord cash and
Phone 1700.
Carry Cleaners.
MINING PROPERTIES If you have
property to sell or wish to buy. 8oe
Geo. 3. Barton. 33 N. Grape St. '
DENTISTRY Dr. I. H. Gove. 235 E.
Main.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE Established nelehbor.
hood business. Just coming into its
best season. Priced to sell on ac
count of leaving city. Box 677,
Tribune.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JACKSON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstracts of Tltlt and
Title Insurance The
only complete Title
System to Jackson
County.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts
ot Title. Rooms 3 and 9, No. 82
North Centra) Ave, upstairs.
Expert wtndon Cleaheri
LET GEORGE DO IT Tel. 1172
House Cleaning, Ploor Waxing, Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty.
Painting and Paperhanglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper
hanging. Tel. 646--W. o.3 8 Orape
".Money to Lend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE MODEL AUTOS.
Three per cent per month oo un
paid balance No other charges. See
W. E. Thomas. 45 South Central,
ground floor Craterian Theater
Bldg. State License No. 8-167.
EADS TRANSFER & STORAOB CO.
Office 1015 No Central Phone 315
Prices right, dervlue guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack,
era and movers special livestock
moving equipment. Prices right
SIB North Riverside. Phone 1044-X
Job Priming
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant in southern
Oregon Printing of all kinds: book
binding: loose lest ledgers and
blanks, billing systems, duplicating
caa,1! sales slips and everything In
the printing Unea. 28-30 N. Orape
Phont 75
Tn infer
HE NKfNO TRUCK1NO C Trans
fer and storage We haul anything
at a resxon.ole price. Ill No. fir
Street. Phone 3JJ.
LEGAL NOTICES
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, Washing
ton. D. C
Notice Is hereby given that subject
to the conditions and limitations of
the act of June 9, 1916 139 Stat. 3181.
as amended by the act of May 17.
1938 (45 Stat. 697, Public Nos. 416 and
4171 and pursuant to departmental
regulations Circular No. 1300 (53 L.
D. 683), the timber on the followlne
lands will bo sold May 7, 1934. at 10:00
o'clock a. m., at public auction at the
U. S. land office at Roseburg, Oregon,
to the highest bidder at not less than
the appraised price as shown by this
notice, sale to he subject to the ap
proval of the Secretary of the In
terior. The purchase price, with an
additional sum of one-ftflh of one
per cent thereof, being commissions
allowed, must be deposited when the
right to purchase Is awarded bv the
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complied fully with said regulations,
Circular No. 1200. as to the execution
of the contract of sale and bond re
quired thereunder. The- money de
posited will be retunied If sale Is not
approved, otherwise patent will Issue
ior tne timDer, wnich must be re
moved within ten years. Bids will be
received from cltlzeua of the United
States, associations of such clttrens
and corporations organized under the
laws of the United states or any
State, Territory or District thereof
only. Upon aDDllcatlon of a (mail
fled purchaser the timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered senaratelv
before being Included tn any offer of
a larger unit: T. 39 s., R. 9 E., Sec
13, SW',4 NE'i. yellow Dine 385 M
dead pine 100 M. red fir 10 M. white
fir 85 M.. SE',4 NE'i, yellow pine 4J3
M. dead pine 120 M. white fir 185 M
Shasta fir 35 M.. SE'4 SWi;. yellow
pine hu m. -sugar pine 65 M. dend
pine 120 M. red fir 75 M. white fir
15 M, NE4 SE!i. yellow pine 275 M.
aeaa pme 310 M. white fir 25 M.
NW'i SE"i. yellow pine 425 M. sugar
nine M. dead pine 165 M., SW'i
SE',4. yellow pine 55 M. sugar pine
25 M. dead pine 310 M.. SE!i SE'l.
yeuow pine no M. dead pine 370 M.
white fir 25 "M.. T. 39 S.. R. 8 E . Sec.
19. Lot 1. dead pine 50 M.. Lot 3,
dend pine 110 M.. Lot 3. yellow pine
i iv m. aeaa pine zo m.. Lot 4. yellow
pine 525 M. sugar plno 55 M. dead
pine 40 M. red fir 25 M.. NE'i SW1..
dead pine 50 M.. SE'i SW'4, yellnw
plno 520 M. dead pine 20 M. red fir
15 M., NW'4 SE'i, dend pine 20 M..
none or tne wmoer on any of the sub.
divisions heretofore described to be
sold for less than $3.00 ner M for the
yellow and sugar plno and 1.00 per
iw jor tne oeoa pine ana red. white
and Shasta fir; SW't SE'J. green and
dead pine 320 M., SE'4 SE'4, green
and dead pine 410 M.. none of the
timber on said subdivisions to be sold
ior less man aa.50 per M.
FRED W. JOHNSON, Commissioner.
Warrant Call.
Notice Is hereby given that School
District No. 49. Jackson County, war
rants No. 7128 to No. 7649 Inclusive
are called for payment. Interest to
cease on April 5. 1934. Warrants to be
presented for payment at the office
of the District Clerk. City Hall, Med
ford, Oregon. REBECCA JENSEN.
Clerk School District No. 49.
I In the County Court of the Countv
oi uucKfion in and ror tne state of
- uregon.
In the matter of the Estate of Roy
Kottray Shreve, deceased, and of
tne partnership Estate of said Roy
Rottray Shreve and Sam Colton, do
ing business under the assumed
business name of Office Stationery
& Supply Co.
Notice is hereby given that by an
order of the above entitled court the
First National Bank of Medford. Ore
gon, has been appointed and now Is
the duly appointed, qualified and act
ing executor of the will and estate
of the above named decedent, Roy
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These Wampas stars, selected by Hollywood film publicity agents as "most likely to succeed In motion pictures during 1934," represent
widely separated sections of the country. It was their first picture together. Back row, left to right: Judith Arlen, Hollywood; Jean Gala.
San Francisco; Ann Hovey, Mt. Vernon, Ind.; Katherlne Williams, Seattle, Wash.; Hazel Hayes from Kansas, Gigl Parrish, Cambridge,
Mass. Lower row: Helena Cohan, New York; Jacqueline Wells, Dallas, Tex.; Betty Bryson, Los Angeles; Jean Carmen, Portland, Ore. I
Lu Anne Meredith. Dallas, Tex.; Dorothy Drake. Santa Monica, Cal., and Lucille Lund, Buckley, Wash. (Associated. Presa Photo)
Rottray Shreve, and of the partner
ship estate of said decedent and Sam
Colton, doing business under the as
sumed business name of Office Sta
tionery & Supply Co. ;
All persons having claims against
said estates or either of them aro
hereby required to present the same,
with proper vouchers, to the said
executor at Its place of business. 122
East Main Street, Medford, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
this notice.
The date of and the first publica
tion of this notice is April 4th, 1934.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Executor.
By EUGENE THORNDIKE.
First Asisstant Trust Officer.
H. K. HANNA, Attorney for Executor.
SALEM, April 4. (AP) Insurance
companies may etlmlnate benefits
due to participation In aviation, A.
H. Averhlll, state Insurance commis
sioner, announced today.
The department has In the past
refused to approve any elimination
of this hazard, but through an at
torney general's interpretation of the
Oregon law, this policy was changed.
Policies however must carry an avi
ation exclusion amendment.
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Lucky Thirteen "Baby
"Baby " Stars Disagree
On Mixing Marriage and
Career in the Pictures
By KOBB1N COONS
HOLLYWOOD. Even "new-bora baby stars" can survey the Holly
wood romantic scene, strewn with the wreckage of many movie marri
ages, with some cynicism. Some of them firmly behove It Is foolhardy
for an actress to attempt marriage and a career at the same time. Others
are Inclined to believe It can be done
even In Hollywood,
A poll of the girls elected m pos
sible stars of the future by Wampas,
tne film publicity men's organization,
reveals also that opinions are divided
on another questlo... Should an ac
tress marry "in the profession" or
choose someone from another walk
of life?
Dorothy Drake, who li 18, thinks
a mutual professional Interest helps
to make marriage a success; hence
If ahe were minded to marry she
would choose an actor or someone
In pictures as her mate.
"It, Can Da Done"
"It can be done," agrees Jacque
line Wells, "but It requires plenty
of the spirit of give-and-take, and
the success of the marriage would
depend on the Individuals con
cerned. X thlnx that an actress' mar
riage Ahould work out better If a
non-professional husband It chosen,
although circumstances would alter
cases."'
Giai Parrish Is married to DIHwyn
Parrls, a writer, and la sure her mar
riage and her career can survive.
"If It's a compatible marriage she
generalizes, "In which both husband
and wife have mutual Interests and
undcrtandlngs, there's no reason for
failure." '
Can't Mix Careers
But Helene Cohan, daughter of the
famous stage actor, George M. Cohan,
Is equally emphatic in her views:
"Both acting and marriage are ca
reers." she says, "and I think It la
impossible to keep your mind on two
careers at the same time, t would
marry a non-professional man by all
means If I married."
Lu Anne Meredith's opinion la that
success of a film marriage would de
pend on "how true and sincere you
Courthouse
News
ItmrnlsbM by th JtoksoD County
Abstrsct Co- 191 B Blitb 8trt
.Mnrrlsjf License,
Blvln L. Pierce ana Margery Lehn
herr. Btewart O. Kellett and Josephine 8.
Truax.
Prank L. Wirlck and Marian Miller.
Jack Pouts and Helen B. Cook.
Melvln P. Bailee and Elltabeth B.
Hllkcy.
Jamca V. Hough and Helen 0.
Owsley.
Henry B. Brlgham and Blanche
Smith.
Circuit Court
United States va. 3. M. Worsham.
Federal tax lien.
J. H. Cooke vs. J. R, Corbett, also
known as Roy Corbett. Mabel a. cor
bett. For money. Attachment filed.
David o. Thompson et u va. w. A.
Moore et ux. Por money,
The California Joint stock Und
Bank of San Francisco va. The Hill
Orchards, Inc., et al. Foreclosure.
Wesley Hartman and Lai Hartman
vs. Esther Merrltt Sanderson et vlr.
roreclosure.
Lydal stlmson va. Steve Stlmaon.
Chattel lien.
Clara I. Baker et ux va. Cleorge B.
Bluteau, Mary Bluteau, J, a. Berto
lette, Emma Bertolett. For money
and restraining order.
Probate Court
Est. H. A. Hatucom, dec.
to probate.
Admitted
Ileal' E.tate Transfer,
Talent Irrigation District to Harel
I, Perna W. D. to 33 acres In DLC
Stars" in First Picture
are about both the marriage and the
career." She would let love guide
the choice ot a mate.
Lucille Lund believes the success
of marriage depends on the individ
uals, whether In Hollywood or Kala
mazoo. Need Level Head
"If I were thinking of marriage,"
she declares, "I think I would choose
a non-professional husband. In this
business one tends to lose equilib
rium because of t,he strain involved,
so there should be one level-headed
person in the family to maintain
balance."
Actors don't appeal to Ann Hovey,
but she thinks a movie marriage can
be as successful as any other kind.
Judith Arlen agrees with Helene
Cohan that marriage la a career In
Itself, and ahe personally wouldn't
try to mix it with films. But If &he
did, she says, she'd marry someone
outside of pictures.
Let Love Dictate
Betty Bryson, who has been mar
ried and divorced, la positive that
marriage and a career taken to
getherlead to marital failure. In
choosing another husband, If she
were choosing one, she would let
love dictate the choice.
jean dale, who soon Is getting a
divorce, shares Betty's views.
"You have to concentrate either
on marriage or on the career," she
says.' "I want to eoncentrate on the
career."
Mary Kornman, one of the "alter
nate baby stars," was the bride
among the nominees. She Is sure her
marriage to Leo Tovar, film camera
man, will be a success.
"Career and marriage can mix If
you don't take the career too seri
ously," Sjhe stys.
82, Twp. as 8., R, 1 W.
Julia, Williams to School District
No. 1 W. D. to lota 1, 3, and 7,
block ee, Jacksonville.
Anna A. Wagner et vlr to Lydla T.
McCall W. D. to part block 3, Ash
land. Edgar O. Whiteside at ux to O. Ray
Potter W. D.'to 16.11 acrea o DLO
D9. Tw. 37 S., R. 3 W and half Int.
In lota It, 17 and 13, block 43, Med
ford, W, W. Dlnkena et ux to Laura Buck
ingham W. D, to 814 of BW(i, NW4
of 8WI,, SWI, of NW of Sec. 33,
Twp. 33 8., R. IW.It Int.)
W. W. Dlnkena to Lura Mrlanh
W. D. to S14 of SW'I. NWti of SW
of NW ot Sec. 83, Twp. 33 8.,
r. a w.
Charles L. Wlmer at ux to Norma
B. William W. D. to A acrea In Beo.
U, Twp. 3 8., R. 1 E.
O. E. Ohlldreth to Orsce Chlldreth
W. D. to part lot 10, block 1, Cot
tage Home Add., Medford.
Fannie Matney to John Matney
W. D. to lot I, W(4 of SEVi of NWVJ
of Sec. 39, Twp. 33 8., R. 3 W.
Martha J. lllght to J. D. Hlght
Deed to lots I, 3, 3, 4. 11, 13, 13 and
14 Hlght'a Suhdlvlalon, Medford; also
18 acrea In DLO 41, Twp. 38 8., R.
1 W.
O. Rajf Potter to Edgard O. White
aide et ux W. D. to 13.11 acrea In
DLC 37 8., R. 3 W and one-fourth
Intereat In Iota 18, 17 and 18, block
43, Medford.
D. J. LawrentB et ux' to L. A.
Knlle et ux Q. C. D. to lota 10. 11
and 13. block 8, Laurelhurat Add. to
Medford.
Val J. Fischer at ux to City of
Medford W. D. .to lota 4 and 8.
block 4, Riverside Bub., Medford.
W. R. Lamb et ux to James R. W.
Oregg W. D. to lot 11, Constant
Add. to Central Point.
W. J. King to Joe Christian et ux
W. P. to 4'4 acrea In DLC 73, Twp.
37 8., 11. 3 W.
CHIEF OF SIGNAL
Asserting that the Pacific coast oil
Industry was, being attacked by one
department of the government for
acta approved by another, 8. B. Moth
er, president of the Signal OH and
Oas company, has issued a statement
In connection with the case.
HI statement follows:
"The Signal Oil and Oaa company,
an entirety Independent company or
ganized In 1023 and still controlled
completely by the same management
aa from the beginning, hu In every
way attempted to live up to both the
spirit and letter of the petroleum
code. (Signal has at a great Increase
In cost to Itself added to lta payroll
and to the number of employes at
the request of the President In hie
employment agreement and aa re
quired by the petroleum code.
"The recent Indictment of Signal,
with a number of other marketing
companlec, and the announcement
that three more major companies, to
gether with companies purchasing
motor fuel from them, will also be
Indicted presents the anomalous sit
utaton of the major portion of the
oil Industry on the Faclflo coast be
ing attacked by one department of
the government for acts approved by
another department.
"The cartel plan of marketing over
which o much controversy la at
present raging has been approved by
President Roosevelt through his rep
resentative, Harold L. Xckea of the
department of the Interior. The car
tel plans recognizes and permits the
particular methods of marketing to
which the department of Justice ob
jects. "Marketers representing 05 per
cent of the oil Industry of the Pa
cific coast, have signed and approved
the cartel agreement. Thus we have
the Inconsistent position of one
branch of the government attempt
ing to make over the entire market
ing set-up of one of the largest In
dustries In the United States, a set
up which has heretofore been ap
proved by another branch of the gov
ernment." This message was released In Med
ford yesterday by officials of the Slxtd
Street super Service, distributors for
Signal gasoline In and near Medford.
SALEM, April 4. (AP) During
the month of March a total of 3,
338.430.00 In state warrants was paid
out, the report of the state treasurer
hows, making a total disbursement
apparently greater than In any
month during the history of the
state. Rufua C. Holman, treasurer,
estimated. The average monthly dis
bursements approximated t3.ROO.000.
Of the amount paid 1.807.934.70
was for the retirement of 41.337.SOO
of state highway bond principal and
4030.434.70 for payment of state
hlghwsy bond Interest.
April Is . also expected to bi
month of heavy disbursements, Hol
man itated.
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