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WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. P
Two not" senators said today the
Republicans are going to draft
a 1950 Congressional campaign
platform despite the difficulty of
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Senator Brewster of Maine,
who heads the party's senatorial
campaign committee, told a re
porter he thinks Congressional
leaders will fall In line behind the
proposal of Guy G Gabrlelson,
the GOP National chariman, for
a statement of party principles.
Brewster said that even Sena
tor Taft of Ohio, who .has oppos
ed the move, has agreed to draft
a brief statement of his ideas and
pitch It into the pot for study by
a committee Gabrielson is ex
pected to name soon.
Taft heads the party's Senate
policy committee and disagrees
sharply with some of his GOP
colleagues, particularly on lore
In a separate interview, sena
tor Butler of Nebraska threw his
support to the policy statement
plan. Butler was named, along
with senator Lodge of Massachu-
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By MRS. JAMES COMBS
Earl Todd of Oretech, Ore.
Spent the Thanksgiving holiday
at the home of his sister and
brother-in-law,' Mr. and Mrs. Ell
Thrush. Other visitors at the
Thrush home were Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Thrush and son and Joy
Mrs. E. H. Thrush Just return
ed from a ten day visit with her
brother. Noan Morcross of Med-
Recent visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Thrush
were Doreae Thrush of Rose
burg; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barth
of Yakima, Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Tilton and two children
of Roseburg; and Orville Thrush.
orvllle has been in with pneu
monia and his daughter, Mrs.
Barth is taking him to Yakima.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer White
have returned from a short trip
up the McKenzie and up Into the
Willamette valley. While gone
they visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Hunnington, both former
teachers of Camas high school,
This is the second year for them
at Vida, Ore.
Bud Curruth and family have
gone to UKianoma lor a visit.
They plan to return around the
middle of December.
Doug' Rice of Dillard caught a
cougar east or Live' UaK ihurs
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fisher and
family have moved Into the
house formerly owned by Arvin
Reetz. Mr. Reetz has moved his
family to Washington.
H. L. Smith and Marcus Shep
herd took a load of Christmas
trees to California.
Mr. and Mrs. William Meeks
and Mr. and Mrs. guy Moore at
tended the Community concert in
noseDurg Wednesday nignt.
setts, earlier In the year as a
Senate representative In a policy
committee which former GOP
Chairman Hugh D. Scott Jr., was
forming when a revolt within the
national committee cost Scott
"What we need more than a
platform is a slogan that we can
take to the people in the election.
something that will put our ideas
across," Butler said. "We'll have
to draft a statement of princip
les, too, out it snouia be oriel and
to the point."
Lodge recently called on Re
publicans to adopt a "positive"
program, asserting that the par
ty can't win next year if it has
say -nomine attitude and
merely opposes Democratic pro
Some of the pressure for a Re
publican statement apparently is
coming from potential contribut
ors who have demanded that the
party say what it stands for be
fore they dig down to support it.
Most of this group are said to
want a statement attacking
about everything that President
Truman has included in what
he calls his "fair deal" program.
In this they have the support of
such party members as Senator
HriCKer or Unio, who has told
colleagues here that he is coming
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Crypt To Observe
DENVER, Dec. 7 VP) The
crypt of a woman who died a
year ago will be blessed by a
Catholic priest today or tomor
row became a judge wants to
be buie Mu th provision of he
will are carried out
Mrs. Lena Nosek was interred
in. Fairmount cemetery, a non
Catholic cemetery, because It
had a mausoleum. The Rev. J.
G. Farquer administered the last
rites, but did not accompany the
body to the Protestant cemetery.
Mrs. Nosek's will, opened aft
er her burial, disclosed that she
wanted to be buried in- Mt. Oil
vet, a Catholic cemetery.
A court attache called county
Judge C. Edgar Kettering's at
tention to the provision, and he
called a hearing. He said it was
the court's duty to see that the
dead woman receive every spiri
tual benefit accorded to Catholic
Father' Farquer testified that
blessing of the crypt would tend
to lessen her time in Purgatory.
He said church officials regarded
her burial as fulfilling church
requirements, but that he could
bless the crypt and her body need
not be removed to Mt. Olivet.
Judge Kettering told him to
bless the crypt and report to the
court after completing the ceremony.
HAINES CAFE ROBBED
BAKER UP) About $1100
worth of merchandise was said to
be missing from a Haines cafe as
the result of a weekend burglary,
state police reported. ,
Ray Sullen, owner of Ray's
cafe in Haines, reported that the
establishment was looted early
Sunday morning and said $1100
worth of merchandise was taken.
Police do not have a complete
account of the missing merchan
dise and declined to give further
details -of the burglary.
BOISE, Idaho B Establish
ment of a Columbia valley ad
ministration has been officially
opposed by the Idaho farm bu
A resolution stated "that this
(CVA) is a definite threat to our
free enterprise system of gov
ernment and tends toward ultra
statism , . , and we are definitely
opposed to any such act."
back to 'Vv'ashington in January
with both political fists swinging
against what he dubs "socialis
By MRS. BRITTAIN SLACK
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Bielman,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Bielman and
children, Robert, Levetta and
Mary of Corvallis were Thanks
giving dinner guests of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.- C. J. Biel
Joe Tellvlk of Portland, ren-
resenting the Portland Seed rw.
pauy, was a business visitor In
this city Wednesday.
Ray Nichols of Cottage Grove
was in town Tuesday transact
lny business for Smalls Feed
company of Eugene.
Eldon Young of Eugene made
seferal calls in this city Wednes
George Cornish is the owner
of a new Chrysler.
G. F. Peterson of Palo Alto.
Calif., representing the National
Transcribers Society for the
buna, inc., made several busi
ness calls in Sutherlin Wednesday.
Mrs. Belle Cook spent a few
days in .Portland visiting with
her sister and family, then went
on to Washington where she
will visit with her mother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.-. George
Cook, a brother of her late hus
Mr. and Mrs. R. Greer of Rose
burg, Mrs. Amle Wood and Mrs.
Craig Francis were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Med Burns on
Michael Slack is very 111 at the
home of his parents this week
with the mumps.
Mrs. Alva Manning, who has
been confined to her home by
illness for the past two weeks
is reported as much better and
able to be put again.
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Curious Tot Burns
CHESTER. Pa., Dec. 7. VP)
For weeks Daniel Clemens and
his wife, .Helen, bought Christ
mas presents for their five chil
drsr. ivid hid them in a bedroom
Monday, one of the children,
four-year-old Ronald, went scout
ing through the house tring to
find out what Santa Claus was
planning to bring him. .
Suddenly, the child ran from
the house to his mother as she
was hanging out some clothes in
the back yard.
"Fire, mommy," screamed Ro
nald. Mrs. Clemens summoned fire
men who extinguished a blaze in
the bedroom closet where the
Christmas presents had been
stored. The presents, however,
were a total loss.
The mother told firemen she
believed Ronald started the fire
accidentally as he lit a match
to look into the darkened closet.
Her husband, who said he ex
pects to be furloughed from his
job' at, a chemical firm next
week, locked rurfu!!;' ct the iar.v
age when he got home later. But
no more ruefully than Ronald
and the other children, Kay, 12,
Daniel, Jr., 11, Wayne, 9, and
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