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    2 The Newt-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Wed., May 18, 1949
Choral Society's
First Concert
Well Received
The results of sincere effort
and conscientious training
throughout the winter months
were clearly evidenced by the
Roseburg Choral Society's presen
tation Tuesday night of its first
annual soring concert.
Ably directed by Charles A.
Ricketts, the music was well ar
ranged, and the program went off
smoothly. The group numbers
were especially well delivered,
and novelty numbers at the close
of the program won he acclaim
of the large audience.
Especially commendame were
the solo parts, sung by Dorcas
Johnson and Hershel Scott, and
Margaret Jane Plimpton's piano
Mrs. Johnson exhibited wide
range and an unusually clear,
pleasing voice quality in her three
selections, "On Wings of Song,"
Mendelssohn; "Kashmiri Love
Song," Woodforde Finden, and
"My Hero," Strauss. Her final
selection was particularly well re
ceived, and ;ne audience called
her back for a repeat perform
ance. Mrs. Flimnton received the aud
ience's applause likewise in her
piano presentation ot men s par
tita in B-Flat," and Debussy's
"Deux Arabesque." She was also
called back for an encore. In ap
preciation of her work as ac
companist and faithful attendance
at rehearsals. Mrs. Plimpton was
presented with a large bouquet
of roses.
Hershel Scott gave pleasing
renditions of "One Little Hour,"
Dichmont; "Dawn," and "Life,
both by Curran.
The society as a group showed
excellent timing and harmony in
its several selections. Although
the earlier part of the program
consisted of more serious type
music, the concluding selections
of spirituals and a novelty num
ber were lively and highly enter
taining. -The novelty number, Murray's
arrangement of "Mary Had a Lit
tle Lamb," was given with a
touch of timely liumor, when
James R. Daugherty added a
plaintive "Baa" at the conclusion.
Following the evening's per
formance, members of the So
ciety and their husbands or
wives adjourned to Carl's Haven
for an evening supper and a fi
nal social get-together. Several
members of the group put on
special performances, and, It was
reported, some 'hidden talent'
was brought to light.
Bombing Laid To Kin
Of Roseburg Resident
(Continued from Pago One)
was employed at Vancouver by
the Western Auto Supply Co.
The Oregon Journal today said
the parents of Lawrence Jean
Sharp "suspected something like
this.'' when told their son was
under arrest for dynamiting their
The newspaper quoted another
son, Redmond Sharp, 15, report
ing mat ne telepnoned to asK
that his Barents in seclusion
here -not be bothered by report-'day
Genuine Panco
MEN'S HALF SOLES . . . $1.75
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Shoe Rebuilding
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May Fete Will Be Staged
At Finlay Field Tonight
(Continued from Page One)
more girls as princesses repre
senting those classes.
The complete program includes
tne lonowing:
Qrand Entrance
Brats Band Hoedown
Boyi and Girls Physical EducaUon
Merry-Go-Round Skaters
Joan Blosscr, Charlene Deets
Choral Numbers Mixed Chrous
White Waves of Water Robertson
Ride the Chariot. Cain
Old Vienna Johann Strausa
Modern uance Ulau
Peanuts and Popcorn Polka
Sophomore Glrla
Mass Calisthenics
benlor High Boys
ipeclslty Number
Joan Rutter
Three-Ring Circus
Benson Elementary
Hillbilly Squares
Riverside Elementary
Choral Numbers .....Girls' Chorus
uancmg on tne ureen
Old English Morris Tune
June Is Bustln' Out AU Over....Rogers
iwirjing in nnytnm
Band Majorettes
Rlngling Bros. Relay
Fullerton Elementary
oik iop tumoiers
Boysr Physical E
i Ed. Classes
neei itnytnmi
Hose Elementary
Tumbling Clowns
Girls' Physical Ed.
Edenbower Elementary Square
Choral Number V
Jr. and Sr. High Chorus
irees .. naSDBCn
May role
Senior Girls
F. D. Roosevelt Jr. Wins
Election To Congress
(Continued from Page One)
stop, Albany the governor's man
sion" and the next governor of
iew loi-K." his lather was gov
ernor two terms, vaulting from
there to the White House.
One enthusiast demanded "when
are you going to run for gov
ernor?" the new congressman,
third of the Roosevelt sons, re
sponded: "I can answer that verv simDlv.
I have only one ambition and that
is to serve the people of my dis
trict and my country to the ut
most of my ability."
The Tammanv Hall candidate.
Shalleck, given the Democratic
nomination denied young Roose
velt, was his chief rival In the
FDR Jr. centered his camoaien
fire on the ancient Manhattan
Democratic organization, Just as
nis iainer nao Dattiea Tammany
in his first political job as a
state senator more than 35 years
in turn, tne Democrats organ
ization denounced young Roose
velt as an interloper in the dis
trict ana as a piayDoy trying to
trade on his father's name. The
Republicans also attacked him,
and the American Labor Party
lashed mm bitterly.
eu or photographers. He said
they wore 'completely oroKen
up." He declined to elaborate on
his statement that they had been
suspicious of Lawrence. "You'll
have to get that from the FBI,"
he said.
He said they would leave for
Seattle, where Lawrence Is held,
some time today. He declined to
say when they would leave or how
they would travel.
William Henry Sorenson, 33,
Storm Lake, Iowa, is being held
In the county Jail under a charge
ot larceny of an automobile, re
ported Sheriff O. T. "Bud" Car-
ter. Sorenson was arrested Sun-
by Canyonville city police.
New Phone!
Phone 425-R
MAY 20
send the High School Band to Portland
for the Rose Festival
Modern Music lty
Bruce Gilley's New Orchestra
Dancing from 9 til 12
$1.0() Per Couple
Amana Home Freezer will be given away
FREE to lucky winner during
the evening
: . ' s. " mill
SMS1 saaffl lit r -, -a
above, maintenance man fcr School District 4, supervissd end
did most of the construction on the specially built stage set up
in front of the grandstand at Finlay Field. Nearly 600 students
from Senior High end Roseburg grade schools will participate in
tonight's show reportedly the
Fete is being produced jointly by the physical education and
music departments of Senior High end the physical education
classes at the Roseburg elementary schools. Cece Sherwood,
athletic director, end A.
charge of the production. The
free performance, which starts
Local Couples Will Be
On Continental Tour
(Continued from Page One)
have been taken for safety. A
flight surgeon will accompany
the tour and an aerial search and
rescue unit has been set up In
case there are accidents.
Accompanying the tour will be
Ernest Haycox, Portland author
who wrote canyon massage,
and Jack Mosley, creator of the
comic strip "Flying Jack." They
will be speaking on Oregon at
slops lo be made by the good will
fliers. Roy F. Owen, Portland busi
nessman, will be the official rep
resentative of Portland's Mayor
Each member of the flight will
be furnished beige corduroy
flight Jackets and caps. On these
they will wear a rose emniem,
to indicate they are from Port
land, "the City of Roses." The
Portland Chamber of Commerce
will also furnish stickers to at
tach to the planes.
Although the ta"ke-off Satur
day is set for 6 a. m. it is ex
pected that the good will fliers
will receive an impressive send
off, with the Rose Festival prin
cess being on hand and other
ceremonies to be arranged.
At the conclusion ot the tour,
the Oregon planes will be met
by Portland, Me. fliers and es
corted in to their destination.
Flood Hazard Easing
In Columbia Region
(Continued from Page One)
sides near Portland and Van
couver eyed water that In some
cases was lapping near their
doorsteps. A number of families
near Vancouver already have
left their homes. Cattle have
been moved from lowland areas.
Riding academy horses were
evacuated from Hayden Island
near Jantzen Beach.
The corps of engineers not
officially In the picture unless a
threat of dike breakage seems
likely reported they would not
move In unless the river reached
25 feel at Vancouver. It is not
expected to do so. However, the
engineers have sent out Inspec
tion pnrtles to assure themselves
that the dikes are not weakening.
Seepage Inside the dike of
Multnomah Drainage District No.
1, northeast of Portland, was be
ing watched but district men said
Improvements made after last
year's flood were holding well.
They said the seepage was less
than expected at the present
river level.
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Ricketts, music director, ere in
public is invited to attend the
8 o clock tonight,
Resident Of Winchester
Passes Away Here
LeRoy Hugh Woody, 44, died
Tuesday, May 17, after a short
Illness in Roseburg. He was born
April lib, 1B05, at Divide, and was
a resident of Winchester at the
time of his death. He was a mem
ber of the Eagles Lodge of Brem
erton, Wash.
Surviving are his daughter,
Mrs. Betty Dillon, Sacramento,
Calif.; his mother,. Mrs. D. E.
Woody, Winchester: a sister, Mrs.
C. L. Cole, Riddle and two broth
ers, Wm, W. Woody, Winchester,
and Ora Woody, Klamath Falls.
Funeral services will be held in
the Chapel of the Roses, Rose
burg f uneral Home, iriciay, May
20, at 2 p. m. Interment will fol
low in Wilbur Cemetery.
Funeral Is Announced
For Mrs. Agnes Johns
Funeral services for Mrs.
Agnes Emma Johns of Azalea,
who died Tuesday after a long
illness, will be held at the Glen
dale Presbyterian Church at 1
p. m. Thursday.
Mrs. Johns was born In Kans
as, Dec. 3, 1883. She came to
Oregon as a small child and
lived at Azalea most of her life.
Her husband, the late Thomas C.
Johns, died in 1944.
Surviving are three sons, Dale
R., Darwin T., and Rollen C.
Johns, all of Azalea: three sis
ters, Mrs. George Clarino, Re
mote, Ore.: Mrs. Delia Warner,
Chico, Calif., and Mrs. Sadie Hud
low, Spokane, Wash.; and one
brother, Ralph Burch, Myrtle
Arrangements are in charge
of Stearns Mortuary, Oakland.
A driver's license examiner
will be on duty In Roseburg
Thursday and Friday, May 19
and 20, at the city Han trom
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., an announce
ment from the secretary of
state's office says.
Peter Alfred Dahl, transient.
arrested by city police on a drunk
charge, was fined $20 or 10 days
and floated, upon arraignment In
Municipal court today, Judge Ira
B. Riddle reported.
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Arthur Caskey, 85,
Dies In Roseburg
Following Illness
Arthur Irving Caskey, 85, resi
dent of Roseburg for 37 years,
died at his home on N. Stephens
Street Tuesday, May 17, after a
lingering illness. He was born
Sept. 27, 1863, In Minneapolis,
Minn., and came to Oregon in
1912, living in Oakland for a
short time before moving to
Roseburg. He was a member of
the First Presbyterian Church of
Roseburg and of the Odd Fel
lows Lodge.
Surviving are two sons, George
H., and Paul I., both of Rose
burg; two brothers, Herbert
Caskey, Odessa, Mo.; H. T. Cas
key, Santa Barbara, Calif.; four
sisters, Mrs. R. J. Lord, Sierra
Madre, Calif.; Mrs. Etta Bible,
Oak Park, 111.; Mrs. Susan
Meyer, Out Look, Wash.; Mrs.
Wilbur Gillaland, Santa Barbara,
Calif., and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
in The Chapel of the Roses, Rose
burg Funeral Home, Friday, May
20, at II a. m. Interment will
follow in the Masonic Cemetery,
where he will be placed beside
his wife, who died in 1947.
13,000 Homeless In
Fort Worth Area Flood
(Continued from Page One)
the Anadarko-Binger area, about
60 miles southwest of Oklahoma
City in Caddo County. Five
inches of rain brought a flood to
Norman, Okla.
An elderly grandmother was
killed by a twister that struck
near Spur, Tex., last night and
a farmer in Oklahoma was killed
by a tornado that bounced into
the Sooner State from Stratford,
Chaos In Fort Worth
As Fort Worth struggled back
to normal It faced this situation:
Areas west, north and east of
the business district under wa
ter. All schools closed and the
north, east and west sections of
town cut off from downtown for
automobile travel and isolated
from city bus transportation.
Snarled traffic, blocked high
ways, power line breaks, a
flooded water plant, a water sup
ply that officials say will take
three days to make normal.
Water in this big cattle ship
ping center was an acute prob
lem. Residents were warned not
to drink it unless It had been
boiled. Free typhoid shots were
available to those who had drunK
"questionable water." 1
Ihey lined up with buckets,
bottles and other containers 't'
drinking water at commercial
lirms with private artesian wc,u,
And sellers of bottled drinks re
ported a run on their beverages.
Spring Dance At Vets
Hospital Dated May 23
A spring dance will be held at
the Veterans Hospital recrea
tional hall Monday night, May 23,
from 8 to 10 o'clock under the
auspices of the American Red
Cross with the members of
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority,
University of Oregon, as hos
tesses. Women of Roseburg are
asked to attend as assisting
NEWPORT, Ore., May 18.-(P)
A five-year-old boy, Lynn Eu
gene Wright, drowned in the
Yaqulna River last night.
state police and coastguards-
men joined in the search, but it
was a brother of the victim who
found the body.
He was a- son of Charles E.
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HAYS To Mr. and Mrs. Laur
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Russian Plans Upset
By Big Negative Vote
(Continued from Page One)
German Communist leader, clear
ly was stung by the vote, al
though he called it a "tremen
dous victory." He met with So
cialist Unity (Communist) Party
officials and told them "We must
make every effort now to win a
majority of the 'no' voters for
German unity." He said an ap
peal to their nationalism still
seemed the best tactic.
Ulbricht said the Communists
should not draw the line against
accepting former Nazis in the
pro-Soviet "national front."
"The question of who was a
Nazi is completely irrevelant
now," he told his colleagues.
"Who raises the question of ear
lier Hitler-party affiliation of a
fighter for unity of Germany is
working against the national
The Russians themselves had
supplied a similar keynote yester
day through the Soviet Army
newspaper Taegliche Rundschau.
Ulbricht, still trying to ex
plain the disappointing showing
of Communists in an election
rigged to prevent disappoint
ment, said 5S.1 per cent of the
population of the Soviet Sector
of Berlin voted for the Commu
nist slate "even though the ene
my press and foreign radio sta
tions in Berlin did their utmost
to influence the elections."
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Scourers Will
Talk Plans For
Summer Camp
Scouters will hold a round
table discussion of summer camp
plans in a meeting at the River
side School tomorrow night, it
was announced by RolIi Quam,
district scout - executive. Scout
masters, troop committertnen,
and interested parents are in
vited to attend.
As a preliminary to the an
nual summer camp periods, local
Scouts will, attend a camporee
June 4-5 at the Roseburg Rod
and Gun Club grounds at Win
chester. The program at the
camporee will be based on camp
ing skills, said Quam.
Each patrol in attendance will
be rated on its ability to cook,
set up camp, its appearance, and
conduct. There will be a num-
ber of competitive patrol games,
including string burning, water
boiling, tent peg making, and a
new event flap-Jack cooking.
Questions concerning Doth the
camporee and the summer camp
program will be answered at the
round table discussion. A camp
film will also be shown. The
meeting will begin at 7:30. Light
refreshments will be served at
9 o'clock, Quam said.
State Employes Send
Convention Delegates
Convention of Oregon State
Federation of Federal Employes
Unions, held in Portland on April
30, was attended by seven dele
gates and one alternate from
Local 459 of Roseburg.
Those attending were Mrs.
Ethel S 1 a b a u g h, Miss Helen
Emery, Miss Margaret Joyce, R.
C. Berg, Fred Vehring, Gus Spa
kowsky, Arthur Midland and
Homer Pattison.
After the meeting at the Mult
nomah Hotel, a joint' banquet
was attended in Vancouver,
Wash., with the delegates from
Washington State, who were
holding their convention in that
The next convention Is to be
held at Medford in the fall of
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The Weather
U, S. Weather Bureau Office
Roseburg, Oregon
Fair with some cloudiness to
day, tonight and Thursday.
Warmer afternoons.
Highest temp, for any May.. 102
Lowest temp, for any May.... 30
Highest temp, yesterday 62
Lowest temp, last 24 hrs 48
Precipitation last 24 hrs T
Precipitation since May 1.... 1.39
Precipitation since Sept. 1... 26.20
Excess since May 1 17
Fire Loss Damages Are
Sought In Court Suit
Collection of $20,000 insurance
for fire loss is asked in a suit
filed in Circuit Court by Frank
Mickalek and R. M. Ridgeway, do
ing business as Mickalek and
Ridgeway, against London Scott
ish Assurance Corp., Ltd.; Hamil
ton Bates, Karl V. Lively, Philip
M. Lively and David M. Pearson,
doing business as Bates, Lively
and Pearson, and Roy A. Allen.
The plaintiffs allege that their
sawmill, located in the northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter,
Section 4, Township 32 south,
range 4 west, Willamette Meridi
an, was destroyed by fire May
31, 1948. Loss to mill and equip
ment was claimed to be $24,000,
but the insurance alleged has not
been paid.
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