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1949 PLYMOUTH 4-door
New car guarantee. Courtesy
1947 DODGE Town Sedan
Has all the gadgets. Beau
tiful maroon finish and
plastic aeat covert. 1595.00
1948 DODGE Custom Sedan
Radio, heater and not a
scratch on the paint. Runs
like new j 1385.00
1941 FORD 2-Door
Don't miss seeing this for
only - 6M.00
1947 DODGE Pickup.
1948 DODGE Pickup. .
1942 CMC Pickup.
clean 845 00
t DODGE Pickup
Take it away for only. 643.00
1946 DODGE Vi Ton Platform
New tires and paint Don't
miss this - 1395.00
1939 FORD l'i Ton
Mechanically good Clean as
as can be. - - 595.00
HERE'S A COUPLE OF CHEAPIES
1936 PLYMOUTH Deluxe Coupe.
1936 PONT1AC Sedan.
DON'T FORGET THAT WE TRADE
AND GIVE TERMS TO SUIT YOU.
FOR A GOOD. DEPENDABLE. GUAR
ANTEED USED JAR SEE "HANK"
Used Car Lot
1949 FORD Custom Sedan (Demol 1895.00
1949 MERCURY Sprt Sdn iDemo) 2195.00
1947 PONTIAC Fordor Sedan 1545.00
1947 FORD Fordor Sedan 1295.00
1947 CHEVROLET Fordor Sedan
1947 FRAZER Fordor Sedan 1195.00
1946 FORD Tudor Sedan 1095.00
1946 FORD Fordor Sedan 1095.00
1946 PLYMOUTH Fordor Sedan 923.00
1942 PONTIAC Sedan Tudor 803.00
1942 STUDEBAKER Fordor Sedan 795.00
1942 STUDEBAKER Tudor Sedan 745 00
1941 STUDEBAKER Club Cp 57fi.iH)
1941 FORD Tudor Sedan 695.00
1941 CHEVROLET Club Coupe .... 595 00
1940 STUDEBAKER Fordor Sedan 42o.OO
1940 FORD Tudor Sedan 550.00
19:19 PLYMOUTH Coupe 495..I0
1938 OLDSMOBILE Sedan 395.00
19.17 CHEVROLET Tudor 325.00
1937 FORD Coupe 295.00
1936 FORD Tudor 195.00
From 9 fo 3
Trucks And Pickups
1948 FORD 1-tnn Stake Rack 1795 00
1948 FORD 1 i-ton Stake Rack . .. 1295.00
1947 STUDEBAKER la - TON
Chassis .St Cab ...... 8B5 00
1947 WILLYS 1-ton Pickup 995.00
1946 WILLYS Station Wagon . 1345.00
Jou Pay Less For
(Used Cars At
1949 FRAZER. low mileage 1I9M
1947 FRAZER MANHATTAN, all the
extras a sharp car, fully
guaranteed . . H4S
1048 CROSLEY Conv.. very clean 595
1941 CHRYSLER Royal. 5:5
1936 FORD Tudor. r. 273
193 FORD Tudor 275
1937 PLYMOUTH Tudor. .95
1937 PLYMOtTTH Fordor 175
1938 FORD 60 Coupe, new motor. . 275
1936 FORD Tudor. t'3
1937 CHEV, Tudor 195
1834 PLYMOUTH Coupe, A-l work
car. in perfect mechanical
shape. ... 195
1444 No Stephens
(Next to Snack Shack)
MORE MONEY for your car Cash on
the spot Corkrum Motor Inc De
Soto Plymouth. Phono 408, 114 N
iTtifCK PICKUP, in good condition. Will
I trad f--r !' r -nall house Ra
Qfeavg Furniture Exchange, 500 No.
, Jackson St.
Shop and Save With Classified Ads
At Bo reus
I FORD SUPER DELUXE
sedan. Factory - installed
heater, atr conditioner and
radio. Beautiful black
finish. Upholstery like
new; new tires. .-.$1443
1 PACKARD 120 Clipper De
luxe sedan, factory installed
radio and heater, overdrive. 843
L PACKARD 110 Deluxe sedan,
one owner. New tires, heater,
upholstery and finish excel
lent A car you'll be proud to
own. Only 893
DODGE. Fluid drive, heater,
new tires. One owner 603
HUDSON SEDAN. R.
good tires .
FORD SPECIAL Deluxe
sedan, R & H.
1940 STUDEBAKER Coupe
1938 FORD DELUXE tudor
dan, radio, heater
1940 FORD V-8 coupe. A buy
1939 STUDEBAKER Commander se
dan .... - ...
1937 FORD COUPE.
new paint job, good motor,
I CHEVROLET sedan,
good transportation. .
1947 DODGE short log truck, 2-sneed
ax.. Brownie, tags, excellent
condition , 2'J50
1946 STUDEBAKER PICKUP,
heater, radio, perfect con
tion Only. 865
BARCUS SALES &
Your Packard Dealer
Highway 99 N. at Garden Valley Road
This, ad is
on all these
Down Payment and Terms
Will Be Made to Suit You.
1946 FORD 4-door
1946 HUDSON 4-door
JEEP. 4-wheel driv. .
FORD Club Coupe
HUDSON Coupe .'.
NASH Amb. Sedan
HUDSON Club Coupe
HUDSON "8" sedan ...
HUDSON Club Coupe, black
Better Buys & More Car
For Your $$ at
702 So. Stephens St. - Ph. 1276-R
!947 BtTICK Super. R & H. $1050
1947 STUDEBAKER. H 11(45
2 Extra good 1948 JEEPS 1195
low mileage and 1295
1947 WILLYS Station Wagon 12MS
1948 1-Ton FWD 14f5
1P41 OLDS. Club Coupe. Clean 795
1041 BUK'K Sendanette. 795
1941 CHEV. 2-door. R & H It
new paint. 793
1947 FORD 2-door $1.14S
1941 PONTIAC Club Coupe. 05
194(1 OLDS. 4-door 495
19.17 OLDS 4-door 33.1
1941 DODGE 2-door. 695
tfi?g STUDEBAKER 4-door. 373
DODGE Power Wagon. 1673
1640 No. Stephens
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Rasonsbl7 priced. G M A.C terms.
ChvroletBuiclc Pnnttec Cadillac
194a DODGE 2-dnor ..dan. God sha..
Would like Jeep trade In. 1047 W lit.
Used Car Lot
Thanks, to our Buyers in
the past, and for our Buyers
today we have:
1947 OLDSMODILE "98" Sedan
1941 OLDSMOBILE Club Coupe
1041 OLDSMOBILE Sedan
1947 WILLYS JEEP, a very friendly car.
1946 STUDEBAKER. P. U.
1940 CHEVROLET 4-D
1940 CHEVROLET 2-D
1041 CHEVROLET Convertible
1940 DODGE Sedan, new paint job
1941 FORD Sedan
19118 STUDEBAKER Sedan
1036 CHEVROLET Sedan
WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M.
Rose & Lane' Sts.
FOR SALE 1941 Ford coupe, radio,
heater, defroster, visor. 23,000 mil 21
on motor. Good tires, body. $675. See
at Signal Station, across from Junior
PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Sedan. Very clean.
excellent motor, beautiful finish, good
rubber. Best buy in Roseburg. $1045 00.
Original owner. 950 Hamilton St
1948 " 5-passenger Chevy, coupe, very
good condition. 21.000 miles, all ac
cessories, new tires. Ph. 1498-L after
WILL TRADE equity in '47 Nash 600.
lots extras, for older model car. Write
Box 88. News-Review.
1947 FORD Station wagon, new motor,
R & H, $1250. Ph. 844-L.
Classes Tuea. 10 a. m. and 3:43 p. m.
Saturdays, 3:30 p. m. Also class and
Srivate lessons in tap. Utah Rhoden
chool of Dance Arts, 220 N. Main St.
"Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids are beln accepted by the Build
ing Committee of St. John's Lutheran
Church for the construction of a nw
church building in the City of Su
therlin. Contractors may obtain copies
of the plans and specifications at the
home of Mr. Anton Cocnenberg. Sli
ther in. Bids may be mailed to St.
John's Lutheran Church, Suther.in.
The Building Committee reserves the
right to reject any or an mas,
AS OF THIS DATE, I will not be re
sponsible for debts contracted by any
one otner man myseu. .agar j.
I WILL NOT BE responsible for any
debts other than my own. Viola J.
NOHUNTING or trespassing on Happy
Valley Ranch. Rohr and Marstera.
National Forest Timber
Oral auction bids will be re
ceived by the Forest Supervisor,
Post Office Building, Roseburg,
Oregon, beginning at 2:00 p. m.,
Pacific Standard Time, Decem
ber 12, 1949, for all the live tim
ber marked or designated for cut
ting and all merchantable dead
timber located on an area em
bracing about 20 acres within
section 2, T33S, R5W, W. M.,
Umpqua National Forest, Oregon,
estimated to be 250,000 feet B. M.,
more or less of Douglas-fir and
an unestimated amount of West
ern hemlock and other species of
sawtimber. Sealed bids accom
panied by required payment and
received by the Forest Supervisor
prior to 2:00 p. m.. Pacific Stand
ard Time, December 12, 1949, will
bj considered the equivalent of an
oral bid and posted for informa
tion of all bidders. No bid of less
than $5.30 per M Douglas-fir and
S1.00 per M feet for Western hem
lock and other species will be con
sidered. $500.00 must accompany
each sealed bid and must be
shown to be in the possession of
oal bidders as a qualification for
auction bidding. If an oral bid is
declared to be high at the closing
of the auction, the bidder must
immediately make the required
payment and confirm the bid by
submitting it in writing on a For
est Service bid form. The right
to reject any and all bids is re
served. Before bids are submitted,
full information concerning the
timber, the conditions of sale and
the submission of bids should be
obtained from the Forest Super
visor, Roseburg, Oregon, or the
District Ranger, Tiller, Oregon.
CALL FOR BIDS
On or about November 10. 1949,
drawing and specifications for the
construction of a masonry and frame
44-bed hospital building at Roeehutg,
Oregon will be available for distri
bution to contractor, by Cleo H. Jen
kins. Architect, 22(1 South Secoud
Street. Corvallls. Oregon.
Applications from contractor! Inter
ested in oiooing on tnis work not to
exceed two sets of drawings and spec
ifications, together with payments of
50.00 per set for General Contract and
125.00 per set for Kitchen and Laundry
Equipment Contracts, should be filed
promptly with the Architect, and the
bidding material will be forwarded,
shipping charges rollect. aa soon as
available. Any bidder upon reluming
said sets promptly and In good con
dition will be refunded hia payment,
and any non-btdder upon so return
ing said set will be refunded S25.00
per set. None will be Issued to sub
contractors. Bid. on this work will
be opened hr Douglas Community Hos
pital at the Chamber of Commerce
on the date named In the specification,
which will be 7:30 p. m., December 14,
General Contractors are required to
submit preouallficatlon financial state
ment at least flva days prior to bid
Bids w.il be received separately as
BACS ELK Roy Long, I 12 Chestnut street, stands proudly with
the elk he shot in the Coast range, near the head of Hubbard
creek, recently. "We packed out 600' pounds of meat," he com
mented. Long said he had been hunting five days in eastern
Oregon and had had no luck. Going out in the Coast range,
he bagged this elk within a few hours. (Picture by Master
Returns Home Clyde Esta
brook has returned to his home
in Port Orford, following a visit
Back From Scottsburg Enos
Handy and Charles Brundage
have returned to Roseburg after
a fishing trip to Scottsburg.
Vacationing Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Hosmer of Roseburg have left
for San Francisco and Vallejo,
Calif., to enjoy a couple of weeks
Club to Meet The regular
monthly meeting of the Sutherlin
Catholic club will be held Fri
day, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. at the
recreation hall of the housing
project In Sutherlin.
Return to Eugene Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Sorenson have re
turned to their home In Eugene,
following a visit in Roseburg as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pat
rick. Enjoy Fishing Mr. and Mrs.
J. Jarvis Robertson and son, Jim
mie, of Roseburg enjoyed the
weekend fishing at Scottsburg,
where the latter caught a 15
To Meet Tonight Edenbower
Community club will meet at the
schoolhouse tonight at 8 o'clock
at which time Boy Scout troop
133 will present a program. Re
freshments will be served.
Mrs. Baker Home Mrs. R. G.
Baker has returned to her home
in Roseburg, following a week in
San Francisco visiting her daugh
ter, Miss Dora Baker, who is em
ployed at the beauty salon in the
Return to Klamath Falls Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Dunlap have re
turned to their home in Klamath
Falls, following a visit in Rose
burg with the latter's father, J.
B. Patrick, and with her sister,
Mrs. Ethel Turner.
Return From Trip Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Stark and Mr. and
Mrs. Bcrnie Gathhard have re
turned to Roseburg after a duck
hunting trip to Klamath Falls.
While there the Gathards also
To Medford Mrs. Will H. Ger
retsen drove to Medford Wednes
day to bring her mother, Mrs.
Mary Holloway, back to this cily
for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. Ger
retsen was accompanied by Miss
Harriet Beckman. 1
Returns to Salem Mrs. W. F.
Poorman has returned to her
home In Salem, following a week
in Roseburg visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George Sewell. She remain
ed over Tuesday to attend the
90th birthday celebration of Mrs.
J. F. Barker.
D. of U. V. to Meet Florence
Nightingale tent No. 15, Daugh
ters of Union Veterans of the
Civil War will meet at 8 o'clock
Friday night at the K. of P. Hall
for nomination of officers and
election of delegates to the state
Birth Announced Dan Wann
of Roseburg has received word
announcing the hirth of a grand
daughter born to his son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Wann, of Salem on Tues
day. The baby has been named
Catherine Rose. Mrs. Wann Is ihe
former Louise Blake of Rose
1. General Contract to Include
work except Kitchen and Laundry
2. Kitchen equipment Installed.
.1 Laundry equipment Installed
Owner reserves the right to reject
any or all bida and to waive any in
formalities. Signed: A. C. Xnaust, Administrator
n "W?" ; ...
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Dinner Tonight Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service are
sponsoring a ham dinner at the
new Dillard schoolhouse tonight.
The dinner is open to the public
and serving will begin at 6 o'
clock. Attend Meetings Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Taylor and Mrs. T. W. Ber
nard were in Portland last week
where Mrs. Taylor was initiated
into Daughters of Nile. Mrs. Ber
nard attended Friendship night
of Rose court, Order of Ama
To Meet Thursday Oakland
chapter, O.E.S. No. 91, will honor
past matrons and past patrons
at the Oakland Masonic temple
Thursday, Nov. 10, at the regular
meeting time, visiting mcmDers
Granos o Meet Evergreen
Qrange will meet Friday night
at 8:15 o'clock at the hall. Re
freshments will be served by Mr.
and Mrs. T. Buttler, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Glenn and Mr. and Mrs.
Penny Supper A penny pot-
luck 6:30 o'clock supper and
movie will be enjoyed at the
Tenmile Community clubhouse
Friday night, Nov. 11. Those at
tending are asked to bring a cov
ered dish and their table service.
The public Is invited.
Unit to Meet The Home Ex
tension unit of Rice Valley will
hold an all-day meeting and noon
covered dish luncheon Friday at
the hall. The topic will be textile
painting. Those attending are
asked to bring a paint brush,
small jar lid and piece of mater
ial 12 inches square.
Leaves For Coos Bay Mrs.
Matt Gillespie left Wednesday
for her home In Coos Bay, fol
lowing an overnight stay in Rose
burg as the guest of Mrs. vellc
Broadway. She came to Rose
burg to participate in the cele
bration of the 90th birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Broadway's
mother, Mrs. J. F. Barker. Mrs.
Gillespie's mother, Mrs. S. E.
Collier, a resident of many years
in mis city, will soon celenraic
her 89th birthday. She spent the
summer months in Coos Bay and
is now at the home of another
daughter, Mrs. Russell Dunham,
in Ashland. The Dunham family
and Mrs. Gillespie also formerly
made their homes here.
Oregon Yearn For
Seat In Congress
PORTLAND, Nov. 10 (JP)
National Democratic committee
man Monroe Sweetland says the
party hopes to crack the Repub
lican hold on Oregon's Congres
sional delegation, centering the
campaign in Multnomah county
against nop. Homer Angen.
Sweetland told a forum group
ol newspaper and radio newsmen
that Angell was guilty ol pollli
cal chicanery and demogoguery
of the worst sort."
The Democratic leader said
Angell warmed up to pension
groups of the Townsend plan hut
voted against social legislation.
He declined to say who may
run against Angell but he said
any of several Democrats may
be Ihe candidate. He named
State Senators R. L. Neuherger
and Jack Bain or State Rep Ho
ward Morgan and former Rep.
Phil Dreyer as possibilities.
Sweetland also admitted he
once had supported Socialist Nor
man Thomas. He said this was
while he was in college and he
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IV..IUKJ inane iiu hjuiuii . 1111
(By the Associated Preaal
California voters approved pro-
fiosals to increase the pay of state
eeislators from $100 to $300 a
month, issue $250,000,000 In bonds
to help school districts and
change the state welfare set up .n
a proposal to esiaonsn summer
time daylight saving times was
also leading, despite strong farm
i ne weitare amendment Kicked
up the biggest fight. It gives back
to the governor power to name
the state welfare director and re
turn's 'to counties the administra
tion of aid to he aged and blind.
It was a defeat for the George H.
McLain oension organization, and
ended the one-year-old pension
the California council lor tne
blind had urged the voters to get
rid of the McLain "pension dicta
torship, which it said operated
through McLain's former asso
ciate, Mrs. Myrtle Williams,
designated as state social welfare
director by a 1948 constitutional
The new revision would depose
Mrs. Williams as the welfare chief
and again let the governor select
the director. Gov. Earl Warren
said it would save the state $60,
000,000 or more a year.
The new law, which will not be
come operative until next March,
sets hack the eligible age for old
age assistance from 63 to 65.
But it does not reduce the $75
a month payments for oldsters
and $85 for blind.
Ormandy In. S. P.
James H. Pruett, Jr., above,
has been appointed general pas
senger agent of the Northern dis
trlct of Southern Pacific, with
headquarters in Portland, effec
tive December 1, It is announced
by Claude E. Peterson, vice-pres
ident in charge of passenger traf
fic for tne railroad, pruett suc
ceeds J. A. Ormandy, who re
tires November 30 after 41 years
of service with the company in
Pruett began his railroad ca
reer with Southern Pacific as a
clerk in the division superintend
ent's office at El Paso. Later he
served as ticket clerk at San An
tonio and at Houston, Texas, as
city passenger agent at St. Louis
and as district passenger agent
In 1943 Pmett was transferred
west as district passenger agent
to assist In handling militaiy
traffic on the Monterey penin
sula, and the following year mov
ed to Palo Alto as district pas
senger agent. He was appointed
special assistant to Vice Presi
dent Peterson in San Francisco
in July, 1947, his present post.
Post Is Filled
Harold J. Shearer, field scout
executive of the Oregon Trail
Area council for the past four
years has been appointed scout
executive of the Modoc Area coun
cil at Klamath Falls, President
J. R. Bruckart of this council
Shearer has done outstanding
work In the central and east
Lane districts of the Oregon Trail
Area council, the Scout office
pointed out. He has also super
vised the Camping Program of
me council lor tne past several
Mr. and Mrs. Shearer are both
graduates of the University of
Oregon. They have a small daugh
ter and are members of the Epis
copal church of Eugene. Prior
to coming to Eugene, Shearer was
employed in Scouting at Omaha,
Neb., and served as a captain in
tne Army during world War II
Bruckart said a replacement for
bncarer had not yet been se
Births at Mercy Hospital
GOOD To Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Francis Good, Brockway, Nov. 8,
twin sons, Gall Francis, weight
live pounds six ounces, and Glen
Michael, weight five pounds 13
I" feet have become Irritated by
new shoes, soak them In a hot
sudsy foot bath, dry briskly with
a sou towel, and pat sore places
gently with olive oil. A quick rub
down with diluted witch hazel will
leave feet cool and refreshed.
Slipping or Irritating?
Don't be mbiirrr. ! by loaur ffiln
teeth Hipping, dropping or wabbling
when you eat. talk or laugh. Jut tprln
kle a little FASTEETH on your plate.
Thti pleasant powder (tvea a remark
bla aeniie of added comfort and secu
rity by holding platea mora firmly. No
rummv. gooey. patT taita or feeling,
alkaline non-ac1rf. Gt FAS
TCETH at any drug itor.
Thur., Nov. 10, 1949 -The Ntwi-Rtvltw, Roseburg, Ort. 1J
Russia Trying To Gain Favor With
Germany By Withdrawing Troops
By DEWITT MACKENZIE
Associated Press Foreign Affairs Analyst
The foreign ministers of the Big Three western "allies Britain,
France and America are meeting In Paris to consider ways and
means of restoring the west German republic to a place In Europe's
politico-economic sun. I
Simultaneously Soviet Russia
has made the intriguing move of
naming her distinguished Mar
shal Rokossovsky as minister of
defense in Poland. This appoint
mentreferred to in diplomatic
qrarters in Washington as a pro
consulship may mean that Mos
cow is getting ready to withdraw
her troops from eastern Ger
many, leaving that partly commu
nized section of the fatherland a
theoretically "Independent" state.
These two developments, while
having no direct relationship,
strike me as being cut from the
same piece of cloth. The German
problem, as viewed either from
east or west, Is a hot chestnut to
Germany Must Be Saved
It seems logical to interpret the
action of the western powers as
tacit admission that a rehabili
tated Germany is essential to the
welfare of Europe as whole. Just
as at the time of world war I
British Prime Minister Llovd
George's cry of "hang the
kaiser" finally died on desert air,
so the angry threats of reprisals
against the instigator of the
second world war finally have
No Hope For Liberalism Within
Democratic Party, Morse Claims
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. VP Senator Morse (R-Ore) said in
a statement released here the people should recognize that the
Senate in Its last session was not a two-party system In operation
"but a coalition of conservative Republicans and Democrats."
"It represented a new political .
aiignmenr in iact n not in
name, Morse said.
"It was a powerful coalition;
too powerful for the liberals be
cause there are not enough lib
erals in either the Democratic
or Republican party In the Se
nate to out-vote the coalition of
Stirs Up Dispute
ALTURAS, Calif., Nov. 10 UP)
Modoc county, Calif., cattle
men and U. S. Forest Service of
ficials hooked up Tuesday In a
bitter struggle over proposed
slashes in grazing allotments on
the northern section ol the Mo
doc National forest, with two
western congressmen in the mid
dle. The congressmen were Claire
Engel of California and Walter
Barring of Nevada, who conduct
ed a public hearing on the forest
Cattlemen demanded the meet
ing to protest proposed cuts in
the number of cattle they are al
lowed to range on forest lands
and In the length of the grazing
reason. The forest service has
announced a "five-year plan" to
remedy what It calls severe over
grazing in the northern end of
the big forest.
Cattlemen declared the range
will support in fine style the num
ber of cattle now permitted to
range on the Modoc, and prob
ably would handle more, and that
any cut in grazing permits would
materially affect the value of
their private ranchlands.
Forest grazing permits are
figured right in with the value of
cattle ranches In the Modoc ar
ea. The ranchers also said a pro
posal to set up a later date in
the spring for turning cattle onto
the public lands would hamper
them in raising hay crops on
their private lands.
Cattle now are turned onto the
forest around May 15 each year.
The forest service would put the
date at June 1 or later.
Bayley Dorris, representing
the cattlemen, said cattle com
ing off the range are in good
shape and that there is sufficient
forage left after the grazing sea
son to support deer herds which
also feed on the Modoc. In that
statement he was supported by
Rep. Engel who declared if cat
tle grazing on the Modoc were
fat he couldn'r see how the for
fat he couldn't see how the for
Charles Joy, range specialist
for the forest service, said it was
his opinion the range in question
was critically overgrazed and
that much reseedlng was needetl,
that catlle had grazed out the
bunch grass, and cheat grajs,
much lower In food content, had
grown up in lis place.
For aflernoon party fare serve
tiny baking powder biscuits split,
spread with Avocado Spread, and
sandwiched together again with
small, thin slices of ham. To make
the spread mash an avocado fine
and combine with four table
snoons of butter or margarine
that has been creamed with two
tablespoons of cream cheese; sea
son with salt, freshly ground pep
per, and a little lemon and onion
How To Relieve
Creomulsion relievo promptly beciuie
it goei right to the icatof the trouble
to help loosen ind expel germ lid en
phlegm ind aid nature to soothe and
heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
mucoui membrane). Tell your druggist
to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion
with the understanding you must like
the way it quickly allays the cough
or vou are to have vour monev back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
given way to more studied coun
sel. It is recognized that ham
stringing Germany also would be
hamstringing the rest of Europe.
Russia probably Is viewing the
situation largely from a different
standpoint. Eastern Germany
isn't susceptible to absorption Into
the Soviet bloc without endless
difficulties. Eastern Germany and
western Germany will coalesce in
due course unless they are kept
down by military strength. That
is the nature of the race. There
fore, since there would be no
profit and much pain in trying
to digest such an eastern Germany
now, Moscow may plan on trying
to gain favor with Germany by
a military withdrawal.
Diplomatic observers also think
Rokossovsky's assignment may
be to strengthen Russia's military
position in Poland, both with the
idea of keeping that uneasy na
tion in hand and of bolstering the
western frontier of the Soviet
bloc of satellites. In other words,
the Soviet union would be con
solidating its eastern bloc In
recognition of the fact that Com
munist expansion westward has
been halted by the western Euro
pean recovery program.
The Senator, now In Oregon to
campaign for reelection, made
his statement public through his
He said the first session of th
81st Congress "will undoubtedlv
go down In Congressional history
as the coalition Congress."
At the very beginning, he said,
a coalition of southern Demo
crats and Republicans was form
ed in support of the so-called
anti-filibuster resoultion of Sena
tor Wherry (R-Neb), which re
quires 64 affirmative votes in or
der to carrv a motion to end de
bate in the Senate. Morse said It
was not an anit-filibuster reso
lution at all, and added:
'The absurdity, of the 64-vote
requirement of the Wherry reso
lution is evidenced by the fact
that in spite of all the pressure
that was put on members of the
Senate, only 63 Senators showed
up to vote for the resolution.
"Thus we have the sorry spec
tacle ol the Senate of the United
States for the first time in Its
history passing by a majority
vote a requirement that in the
future two-thirds of the 96 Se
nators must be present and vote
for ending of debate on any is
sue In order to stop a filibuster."
Morse said the "Southern Dlx
iecrats were enthusiastic" over
the Wherry resolution.
"That fact alone," he said,
"was all the Republicans should .
have needed to know that the
resolution was a major policical
blunder for the Republican par
ty." Morse expressed belief the Re
publican partv has "a wonderful
opportunity to regain the ground
it lost by maKing clear to the
voters there is no hope for liber
alism within the Democratic par- '
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