The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 19, 1949, Page 16, Image 16

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    16 The Newi-Review, Roieburg, Or.. Thur. May 19, 1949!
RAMBLINGS PAUL JENKIN
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MRS. JOE SENDELBACH and
her younu son, Bob, pose proudly
beside the ornate outdoor fire
place Bob'i dad, Joe Sendelbach,
Is completing at the Sendelbach
lodge at Idleyld.
Note the shamrock-appearing
affair suspended over the grate;
It's made of horseshoes and will
be used to hang certain cooking
utensils on.
"Pretty good job for a beginner
at masonry, eh?" Joe questioned
or, rather, stated. Thing I like
about Joe is his . becoming
modesty . . . Well, he is pretty
darned clever.
The river road to Glide (speak
ing of its surface) Is a study In
contrasts. It is being repaired
surfaced, etc., through the city1
limits and for a mile or so be
yond; then for about 10 miles,
until It reaches Lester Blakeley's,
It Is In excellent condition. From
there to Rock Creek, six or seven
miles beyond Glide, it Is badly
broken and full of chucks. I whs
afraid even to ask what 11 might
be like above Rock Creek.
The "dips" between hills are
particularly bad and I'll bet this
burns the log haulers, who need
to barrel down these oltches at
a pretty lively gait In order to1
help them more easily to climb
the next rise.
Sheep dot the open, verdant
hillsides. Springtime and lambs
suggest carefree happiness; but
the presence of occasional low
circling buzzards indicates that
even lambs have their troubles.
Communist Youth Claims U
By JACK RUTLEDGE
WASHINGTON, May 19 (tf)
A Communist student of
physics told Congressmen Wed
nesday that they would be en
dangering "the whole concept of
academic freedom" If they look
his government scholarship away
Irom him.
The witness. Hans Frelstadt,
Austrian-born student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, testi
fied before the Joint Senate
House Committee on Atomic En
ergy. The Committee is Investi
gating the Atomic Energy Com
mission's multi-million dollar
scientific education program.
S. Loyalty In Atom Job
Frelstart said if his scholarship
is withdrawn, as several lawmak
ers have demanded, the same
thing could happen later n the
case of a "militant New Db 'er,
a Progressive, or even a Repub
lican.'! He admitted freely that he be
longs to the Communist party.
But he said he wasn't a foreign
agent, and that If later he were
given access to secret atomic In
formation "I would not disclose
such data to unauthorized persons."
The actress Eleanora Duse
uinjeru uuiiri vtiicu one na vitij
14 years old.
Russia Trying
Subtly To Revive
Berlin Blockade
BERLIN, May 19 UP)
American officials charged Wed
nesday that Russia is seeking to
reimpose a "subtle blockade" of
Berlin.
C. A. Dix, American Military
Government transport expert,
hurriedly left here by car to in
vestigate why 150 West German
trucks are now held at Helm-
stedt on the Soviet Zone fron
tier. Official reports said the fron
tier guards were demanding sud
denly that truckers present writ
ten permits from the Soviet-appointed
East German Economic
Commission for entry of all car
goes, whether consigned to West
Berlin or East Zonal points.
The Russians also claim the
right to control all exports from
West Berlin, although the block
ade was lifted officially May 12.
This claim has blocked rail and
truck shipments westward.
The Soviet claims if accepted
by the Western Allies would
enable the Russian military ad
ministration to control the
volume and character of all West
Berlin's land-borne commerce
with Western Germany.
A veteran American officer
commented:
"This Is the subtle blockade
beginning all over again, de
signed to reduce the Allies In
Berlin to the status of military
missions dependent on Russians
for all material goods."
The Soviet frontier ban on car
goes lacking the East German
Economic Commission's Drior
approval was Instituted at Helm
slcdt Tuesday night.
It came in the midst of four
power talks in Berlin attempting
to straighten out disputes over
trade and communications be
tween East and West Germany,
Baccalaureate Services Dated For
Graduates Of Riddle High School
Baccalaureate services will be
held in the Riddle High School
gymnasium Sunday, May 22, at
7:45 p.m. Graduation for the
senior and eighth grade classes of
1949 will be held in the gym
nasium Thursday, May 26, at the
same hour. The public is invit
ed. The baccalaureate program is
as follows: Processional, PrisciUa
Pruner; hymn, "Onward Christ
ian Soldiers," audience; invoca
tion, Rev. Sam Neufeldt; selec
tion (vocal) "My Task," Ken
neth Wilson; address, Rev. Mr.
Neufeldt, selection (vocal)
"Thanks Be to God," Mrs. Guy
McGee, and benediction, Rev. Mr.
Neufeldt.
Paul Elliott, superintendent of
Roseburg Schools, will deliver
the commencement address. The
valedictorian is Laurel Zumwalt
and the salutatorlan Clarice Bur
goyne. .
The commencement program
will Include: Processional, Pris
ciUa Pruner; invocation, Rev. Mr.
Neufeldt; "America," audience;
salutatorlan, Clarice Burgoyne;
valedictorian, Laurel Zumwalt;
selection (piano) "Malaguena,"
Mrs. Alvin Walker; address, Mr.
Elliott; selection (vocal), "The
Builder," Kenneth Wilson; pre
sentation of awards; presentation
of eighth grade diplomas; pre
sentation of senior diplomas;
selection, (vocal), "A Perfect
Day," Mrs. Guy McGee; reces
sional, PrisciUa Pruner; "God
Bless America," audience, and
benediction, Rev. Mr. .Neufeldt.
Graduates include: seniors,
Eileen Hammersley, Marjorie
Boyd, Laurel Zumwalt, John
Carter, Don Riddle, Richard
Ritzman, Jim Townsend, Alice
Schneider, Gladys Rupp, Eugene
Swanson, Clarice Burgoyne and
Jennie Howard. ,
Eighth graders: Ray N. Adsit,
James M. Borders, Earl D. Bur-
U. N. Refuses To Revoke Diplomatic Ban On Spain
NEW YORK, May 18 UP)
The United Nations' ban on top
diplomatic representation In
Franco Spain remains in force.
The U. N. general assembly
voted 26 to 15 Monday in favor
of returning envoys withdrawn
from Madrid in 1946 as a gesture
of disapproval against Generalis
simo Franco.
But the bitterly debated move
failed because it was four votes
short of the two-thirds majority
need for Assembly approval. Six
teen nations including the
United States, Britain and France
goyne, Ray L. Cripps, Arthur E.
Delaney, Harold E. Hammersley,
James D. Harper, Conrad M.
Johnson, Lyle B. Loffer, John C.
Rigsby, Howard N. Ritchie, Ros
coe A. Ritchie, Dale L. Van
Doren, Rona)d W. McMunn,
Gloria C. Baxter, Joyce M. Brit
tHin, Phyllis E. Huffman, Theo
M. Mann, Sandra C. Renhard,
Patricia J. Ritzman, Katherine
M. Season. Noma L. Townsend
and Ruby M. Wooley.
a b s t a i n e d from voting, al
though American and British
delegates spoke strongly against
the Franco regime.
At the same time the Assem
bly rejected by a top-heavy mar
gin a Slav block proposal to slap
military and economic restric
tions on Spain. The vote was six
to 40 on a Polish resolution ad
vising U. N. members to stop
arms shipments to Spain and re-
MEETING CALLED
Laurel Council. Royal and Se-
lAot Mnctprs will mppf KViHa..
May 20, announced George W.
jMmuwt.!, niuaiiiuu? iiiaiitri. de
gree work in scheduled and re-
frpuhmpnlc will hp Kprvpri All
members and sojourning compan
ions are requested to be present.
frain from signing any aggree
ments on treaties with the Fran
co regime.
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