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    1 Tha Statesman. Salami Oregon. Wdnday. April 30, 1947
Soviet Reticent to Take Stand
On Arabs'
independence
Plea
Seriate Debate
Annual Meetings at
Qianipoeg Sunday
CHAMPOEC. April 2-W)-Th
annual Champoeg State Park cel
ebration marking the 104th anni
versary of the first provisional
government of Oregon will be held
here Sunday afternoon. .
Dr. Burt Brown Barker, presi
dent of the Sons and Daughters of
the Oregon Pioneers, will speak
and Miss Eesa Scott Kenney, Un
iversity of Oregon student named
alias Oregon of 1947 by the society,
will attend.
MAT. DAILY FKOM 1 P. M.
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.THE FLAXNSMAN"
Jeaa Darts Jack Oakle
SHE WROTE THE BOOK"
(Picture on page t)
-g NEW YORK, April .2MRussia tonight supported full dis
cussion of the Palestine- question in the United Nations assembly
but reserved her position on the merits of the Arab states' campaign
tor immediate independence of the Holy land.- ' s
The Russian position was presented after Herschel V. Johnson,
U, S. representative, toldthe assembly's 14-nation steering committee
that the Arab proposal "attempts
to prejudge the issue."
- Andrei Cromyko, Russia's chief
delegate, declared that discussion
of Palestine independence "does
not mean that the general assem
bly has to take decision at this
session on the substance of this
Question."
. He made no commitment on the
substance of the Arab hope for
free Palestine which would re
tain its present Arab populational
majority. '
Taking the floor a second time,
Johnson declared he felt it ne
cessary to protect against Arab
interpretations of his previous
statement.
-The United States' is declining
to give its approval to the Arab
resolution," he explained, "is not
precluding the independence of
Palestine or a discussion of this
problem.
Widely
On Labor Bill
WASHINGTON. April 29 HPl
Senator McClellan (D-Ark.) pro
posed today that collective .bar
gaining rights be denied to I any
union having an officer who could
"reasonably be - regarded" as a
communist or communist sympa
thizer. -,. . '
McClellan picked up the lang
uage of the labor bill passed over
whelmingly by the house and sug
gested the senate add it to Its leg
islation. - In another amendment, McClel
lan also lifted from the house bill
a provision which would outlaw
industry-wide bargaining in i vir
tually every case.
On the other hand. Senator Pep
per (D-Fla.) denounced the sen
ate bill which Is milder than
the house version as a drastic
attempt to "weaken and strangle
the union movement in this coun
try." ;
Mine Owners Balk
IndushyideTalk
WASHINGTON, April 19-kV
Southent soft coal operators balk
ed at industry-wide bargaining
with John L. Lewis today as the
government sought to stave off
the threat of a new coal strike
July 1. i '
The Southern Coal Producers
association, meeting with- Lewis
on government inspired negotia
tions. Insisted that different op
erating conditions in various: sec
tions of the country make Indus
try-wide bargaining "impractical
and undesirable.
5 Expelled Students
At Independence High
INDEPENDENCE, Apil 29-(Special)-Five
former Salem high
school students, involved In the
recent ouster of pupils alleged to
belong to illegal . secret ' societies,
were admitted as Juniors in the
Independence fihzh school'Tues-
day. They are listed as Wade Car
ter, Bud Michaels,' Bill Johnston,
Dave Chamberlain and Jerry: Mc
Real. . . " ' '
Supreme Court to Open
Teem at Pendleton
The state supreme court 1 will
open its spring term for eastern
Oregon . at Pendleton ' Monday,
with seven cases scheduled for
hearing. Attending the eastern
Oregon session will be Chief Jus
tice George Rossman and Justices
Arthur D. Hay, Harry H. Belt,
Hau 5. Lusk and Walter C Win-
slow.; i i i
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"Fasaiea Meaas
Baslaess .
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Fierce looking, bat made ef concrete, the Ilea ia tab picture was placed
Tuesday ia the parkway at the Intersection of Fairgrounds road and
North Cottage street la front of the Hollywood Lions club hut Left
te right, at week placing the statue, are David Kerb, Paul Purvis
and Don Madison. The parkway was deeded to the Liana elub by
the city and will be made late a miniature park te glorify the statue.
(Photo by Don DIU, Statesman staff photographer.)
Republican Women to '
Study Election Laws
-Plans for study of Oregon elec
tion laws and the functioning of
state and .county officers were
formulated Monday night at a
meeting of Marion county repub
lican women, in the chamber, of
commerce.
Mrs. R. L. Wright of Salem,
principal speaker, gave a report
of the national conference of the
Federation of Republican Wom
en's Organizations, which she at
tended in Boise, Ida.
Club's Stephen Foster Program
Draws Crowd to Waller Hall
By Ms slue Burea
Staff Writer. Tha Statesman
' Waller hall , was bursting with spectators and American folk
music Tuesday night when the Business and Professional Woman's
club presented its Stephen Foster program. The hau was well filled
half an hour before curtain time, and extra chairs and even standing
room were taken before the program commenced at t:13.
Best work wag done by the costumed woman's chorus of 19
voices, under the direction of
Jessie Bush Mickelson, which
sang such favorites as "Old Folks
at Home," "Swanee River" and
a medley of Foster's best known
compositions. Their shadings of
tone, and blending of voices was
excellent.
Harry Hendrlckson, boy so
prano sang two selections, and
aN double trio Including Eleanor
Roberts, Jewell Howard, Eliza
beth MacDowell, Evelyn Kent,
Hazel Shutt and Helen Thoralson
sang "Old Memories' and Jen
nie June." A male quartet from
Sacred Heart academy, Gerald
Nettling, David Kennedy, Daniel
Primus and Joseph Dougherty
sang "Massa's in de Cold, Cold
Ground" and Old Dog Tray."
Vi Vienna Meola, Martha Jane
Coie, Gerald Neitling and Ralph
Coie sang "Come Where My Love
Lies Dreaming" and "I See Her
SU11 in My Dreams." Othella
Purvine and Ralph Coie formed
a duet for "Wilt Thou Be Gone
Love?" and Ralph Coie was a
soloist for "Sweetly She Sleeps."
A skit set in the time of Stephen
Foster, directed by" Beulah Graham.-
was given by. Ruth Ver-
steeg, Eleanor Roberts, Eleanor
and Martin Finden, James Baer
and James Sehon.
Concluding number was the
Virginia Reel danced by part of
the chorus , while the ' remainder
sang. ; ' : .-" ;
While others responsible for the
excellent performance remained
anonymous on the progranv the
work , of Lois Plummer Schmidt
as accompanist was shown
throughout the show. The cos
tuming of both women and men
added to the excellence of the
production.
House Votes
Red Satellite
Relief Controls
WASHfNGTON, April 29 -Oft
The house voted today to trim a
$350,000,000 foreign relief pro
gram to $200,000,000 and to deny '
aid to Russian-dominated coun
tries unless they agree tp rigid
UJ5. supervision.
Both actions were tentative
on teller counts of 159 o 138 and
135 to 110 and are subject to
roll call vote later.
Likewise tentatively, the house
voted 136 to 72 to specify the
countries entitled to the aid
Italy, Greece, Hungary, Austria,
Poland and China.
- Rep. Lawrence Smith (R-Wis)
who offered this amendment, told
a questioning member that it is
aimed at preventing any ; of the
relief going to Rossis.
, The house actions came as the
senate foreign relations commit
tee unanimously : endorsed the
$350,000,000 program of aid to
hungry European and Chinese.
The committee ordered a "made
in America" tag, on the relief
supplies.
Stassen Back in U. S.
WASHINGTON. April 2MP)-
Senator Vandenberg- (R-Mich.)
and former Gov. Harold E. Stassen
of Minnesota discussed the repub
licans' role in foreign policy in a
two-hour session today shortly
after Stassen s return to Washing
ton from a two-months European
tour.
Assurance of
Continued Rent
Controls Given
Assurance of continuing rent
and eviction controls in the Pa
ciflc coast region after May 4 was
received Tuesday by the Salem
rent control office.
A letter from the San Francisco
regional office of temporary con
troLs to all area rent directors said
the program would continue with
out substantial change. On May
4 responsibility for the program
is transferred to the housing ex
pediter.
"Regulations and procedures re
main in effect," the office was in
formed. "We shall go forward
with an adequate program in all
areas where rent controls are still
in effect within whatever frame
work congress, provides," the let-
tec said.
In cooperation with the hous
ing expediter, the OPA office will
study the need for controls in all
areas, with a view toward lifting
controls wherever improved rela
tionship between housing demand
and supply develops, the local of
flee was told.
1,500 tlomes Burn
In Japanese Fire
TOKYO, Wednesday, April 30
(P)-The newspaper Asahi said to
day 1,500 homes were razed in a
fire which destroyed more than
half the fishing town of Naka
machi, 60 miles north of Tokyo.
First reports lacked details on
the number of homeless or any
casualties. It was - considered
doubtful if any U. S. troops were
involved.
Asahi said the fire apparently
started from an overturned stove
in a fisherman's house.
Too Late to Classify
COCKER Spaniel putooiM. black,
buffs, ana other type puppies. Salem
veterinary Hospital, roruana ltd.
'THREE Kttlo Indian boys walk
ing in a zoo . . a big boar hug
god one, and then thcro woro
two
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Lew Wallace Savs
State May Legally
Bid on Camp White
PORTLAND, April 29 Ha
state Sen. Lew Wallace wrote
Governor Snell today that he be
lieved it would be legal for the
state board of control to open ne
gotiations with the war assets ad
ministration for. the Camp White
hospital.
Wallace said in a letter that al
though the governor vetoed one
bill 'to allow the state to acquire
the property, another bill had been
passed and signed into law March
8 to "authorize and empower the
state board of control to nego
tiate" for the property.
Apparently it was overlooked in
the legislative confusion, Wallace
said.
Canadian Tax
Cut Proposed
OTTAWA, April 28-CP)- The
Canadian government proposed
sweeping personal income tax re
ductions tonight which would cut
down the average Canadian's as
sessment by 29 per cent, effective
July . 1, and abolish the excess
profits tax.
Finance Minister D. C. Abbott,
in his budget message for the fis
cal year 1947-48, told the Canad
ian house of commons that Canada
ended the 194S-47 year the first
full year since the defeat of Jap
an with a surplus of $332,144,
000 and that the dominion today
is "enjoying- a degree of prosper
ity never exceeded in living mem-
I ory."
Slfder, Buddy
Lost in Plane
EUGENE, Ore, April 29
Planes droned over the Eugene
Medford air route today in vain
search for a prominent Pacific
northwest, skier and his flying
companion, lost on a flight ' last
night - -
The skier was Laverne Hughes,
Portland, twice Pacific Northwest
junior four-way champion. His
companion was Thomas' Miller,
Milwaukie. Both were pilots, but
Miller was at the controls when
their light plane took off from
Med ford, bound for Eugene, last
night.
Search centered in the Spring
field area, here residents re
ported hearing a plane flying low
shortly after dark last night.
Wallace Envisions
Third Party Move
NEW YORK. April 29-iFHHen-
ry A. Wallace said today a third
party would be established in the
United States sooner or later" if
the democratic party Could not be
maae a uoerai party,
"1 should think the next general
will demand some political mech
anism to express their opinion,"
the former vice-president added at
a news conference with about 100
college journalists.
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