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   Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 6, 1951, Walla Walla, Washington                               'Time Running Out on Us, 'M'A rthur Warns Walla Walla I Crush Reds in Korea waiia waiia union- Duuerui Free Woiid Vfcsr Bto. 22 Waste., 6. Tanks Probe for New Gaps Fired General Says CONTINENTAL CAX OFFICIALS Ejgerss. president of Continental Can company (cen- ter) paid one of his periodic visits to the Walla TValla plant Saturday, accompanied by Gen. C. L. Ad- cock, retired, assistant to the president They are jasi before luncheon at the Country club, chatting with IV. K. Brown, superintendent of the Walla. Walla photo, Davi- son Continental Can Co. Chief Visits Here lsr n.ni i. .r-rtrtt lit its: iRdCrr runpimnt1 tiranuint- in On 2 Fronts ?'..u VL b-j- T.-e'r-e for ar: spokeszars caponed A? Corrss- ponden: Eunsc-n. Both Fronts Move The Allied forward movement carce both on the western front north of Seoul and on the central front south of Chunchon. On the ivesiem front some Chi- BacS Jo- ff i i3 ire i-eanS cch-er- orjser. of DsJecise MarscaZJ cm irArihrr feft chiefs of a ios: of to i Saturday, rime sun again, the de- posed Far called blows againsi the i Chinese He coupled this with a solesnn j plea that the TJ S. use its "moral leadership" to seek a major power ed AP Correspondent George A. Walla Walla's plant of the Con-jfor the purpose of meeting and Dell, a luncheon ai McArthur. ttnental Can company is one of the'managers and personnel and see-'the Country club with Manager W. Allied infantry patrols re-entered standouts ic its far-flung oper- ing how operations are progress-, K. Brown and his staff of office Uijongbu. 11 miles north of the old ations. Hans Eggerss, president, Eggerss said in an interview, and production managers and fore- Korean capital. One platoon with- M Lunch With Employes 'men and brief chats with a few drew after smacking into a Com- 1 nese prisoners taken Saturday wore HIGH Owsley showed his Aberdeen Angus steer [agreement abolishing war. new summer uniforms and freshly- in the preview livestock show "at the fairgrounds Saturday and it issued rubber-soled shoes, report- took hig-h choice rating of the judges in the F.F-A. Richard And he got into the record, after _____ __________ __ w- military censorship held it up more will enter his animal in the Junior" Livestock "show" competition" opent hours, a message snowing ing this week at Spokane. (TJ-B photo. Davison s said Saturday afternoon while on a. brief trip of inspection here. Accompanied by Gen. C. L. Ad- "It is our desire to make a Wallans occupied the time mumst .battalion on a ridge north- fa nil'M ft 1C1 C of all our plants at least once a of the visiting officials. east of Uijongbu. Air strikes were cock, U.S.A. retired, assistant year. Some years it is not possible President Eggerss said he had called. Artillery opened up on the president, and their wives, attain that objectix'e. Right news of moment concerning the other small pockets of Chinese Continental- executive are going to be forced to hur-'WaVa plant. Told that pro- west, north and east of Uijongbu. about noon in a company plane, to make all of the Pacific coast spects this year are for a heavy j Screening Force Many Exhibited at Annual Show the Pentagon withheld permission for him to use or more Chi- nese Nationalist troops to help stem the Red Chinese onslaught of last November. Reason Given One reason given by the joint chiefs of staff for holding up action Dn his request: That British corn-j monwealth nations might not let: and planned to depart in time to i plants on this the president participate in a banquet and meet- ing in Seattle in the evening. "Our trip is a periodical one and said. A visit to the Continental Can company and warehouse at production of canning peas, he ex-! Ap Correspondent Tnhn pressed pleasure and indicated doyph John that his "organization would ready for them. Plenty of choice animals were in that division. John Nordheim, S their troops fight along Chiang h! exhibited Saturday at the sixth Wa-Hi, had the second high choice Kai-Shek's men. annual Walla Walla junior live- lamb. Just Like That! SAN FRANCISCO CSV-A navy dispatch from the U. S. carrier Princeton in Korean waters Sat- urday said that navy flyers had perfected a bombing technique to smash Communist trains hiding in tunnels. The dispatch said that eight trains had been knocked out in three days by the "slide-bomb- ing." Fourteen tunnels were dam- aged. Carrying specially-fused and bombs, the navy airmen fly at extremely low alti- tude and literally "throw" a bomb into the 17-foot tunnel mouth. One pilot said the method was simple: "Just scrape the bomb off the plane and climb like mad." Cairo Resplendent on Eve King's Wedding to Egyptian these Reds were thg south_, stock show held at the Southeast- Judges were Dick Brown, agri- ern screening force of ern Washington fairgrounds here. J cultural teacher at Pomeroy, and preview of livestock to be .Robert Williams, county agent at ese concentrations smith of parallel on the western front. t taken to the Spokane junior stock i Dayton. Field reports told of Reds'snow this week was sponsored by Stuart Reynolds and 500 horses concentrated north'tne Chamber of Commerce. chairman. was Jaycee 'of Chunchon. Future Fanner of America and i FFA HEREFORD CAIRO, Egypt, glitter-! grams of the king and queen will ed with multi-colored neon lights, bette chief motifs in the decora- ;t characteristlc of intentions. Good Howard Carson, In the final hours of his volum- inous testimony, MacArthur de- clared he resents "with every fiber of rny body" the suggestion that he failed to carry out the policies of the president, of the nation "or ;ven the policies and directives of the United Nations." With indignation ringing from every word, MacArthur said the various recommendations he made Paul J. Gresens of Rochester. N.Y., died with seven bullets in his stom- ach from a Russian machine pis- tol in Vienna. The exchange of fire between the Russians and the Americans came when Gres- ens and his companion, both MFs, stopped the Rusisan sol- diers for a routine check. The Russian commander in Vienna has joined the American com- mander to conduct an investiga- I Saturday night in a preview of the jtions- anformed American officer steer was judged grand champion harder blows against the t -ATi.teKTiT-rr TIPSA O tTTI "cA0l True to Moslem tradition, the I Chinese to lay "acres of mine- The 31-year-old monarch and JSMTSSrK Said oTw.ita WauT commoner, Narrimaan Sadek, the contract is generally believed the next move Rlmpier of Valley Chapel made a Choice 1-. _j _, _ aiKUCU. DV tnp ctill _ King Farouk bride. and his Egyptian rnamage ceremony. She will re- I main at her home in suburban Helipoljg with her widowed moth- of the FFA division of the Spokane Wattsburg. Bob Pattern. Waitsburg. loct Tjoor onoin Q ''H HEREFORD last year, again exnimted a Collins. Waitsburs. Good .1------ _i---- Zimwa.ll. Wa-Hi; Mary Ann Next Move Seen 'FFA class who made high choice1 George "wood were Eichard Owsley and Leland ABERDEEN ANGUS nese Reds were aimed at "seeking decisions, seeking policy direc- tives." For MOTHERS On Mother's Day Give RUSSELL STOVER CANDY Gift wrapped ready to give or to mail, no extra charge. Exclusive at WALLA WALLA DRUG No. 10 S Second Ave. Phone 1000 OPEN TODAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE See 6 OPEN TODAY 11 A.M. TO. 6 P.M. Sunday is the last day of our big cosmetic sale. SEE PAGE 2 The BOOK NOOK First Main Tel. 2024 will be married at Kaubbeh palace at 11 a.m. Sunday on the 15th jubi- lee of Farouk's reign. Fine wedding of sol- id gold encrusted with were being spread at the palace. Foreign'chiefs of state and poten- tates, diplomats and parliaments, religious patriarchs and even the Jewish communities of Cairo and i Alexandria vied in the richness of their gifts. President Truman was reported sending four Steuben vas- _ Mohamed Aly Sadek Bey, Egyp-'than men along the tian minister to The Hague and will apply pressure on Seoul from :J resent tne next move Rimpier of Valley Chapel made a Choice Dave McConnell. Waitsburg. still have more I choice in the 4-'H class show- Nnrdiieim, Wa-Hi. Inno the, 7 class SnOW .4-H: Huh _ Rimpler, ing the same breed. Parade Livens Blossom Fete cross the hereford class FFA statements at variance with ad-. policy that President! Heiibers. 'both1 Wa-H? I Truman fired the general last month, with the explanation that he thought MacArthur could not give wholehearted suport to the HiKh Owsl eland river about eight {Arnold Knopf of Walla Walla both Hi 4-H- Wood, miles east of the ancient capital, nnnteison. The aim would be to pin the Al- lies on the Inchon peninsula to the west, and split the defense line running to Central Korea. had high choice steers. The Fatten, steer originally came from the Clem Bergevin ranch near Walla W Valley Chapel Nord- heim. Valley Chanel. Rcser, Wa- Waits- Waits- (Continued on page 5, col. 7) __ rAT LAMB Walla. Jerry Severs of Wa-Hi's FFA, _ L.t. Gen. James A. Van Fleet had wno took the fat lamb grand I Lyman Polrier, Waitsburg; Nordheim. Good Poirier, Pen of 4 Lambs Poirier. .1 A two-mile parade enlivened by 36 bands and! Enormous platters of meats, deli- cacies and sweets were being read- ied for the oriental-atmosphere es on behalf of the United States. 57 floats wound _up Wenatchee's Household staffs at Kubbeh and Abdm palaces were feverishly at work preparing sumptuous feasts and gala parties. More than are expected to attend a reception to be given at Kubbeh palace Sunday night by i Premier Mustapha Nahas Pasha. A similar sized diplomatic reception will be the windup party Tuesday night. of letting his Eighth He has at FFA: show K' V-1IUH- Choice Smith. SWINE Davis. Iceland in perfect weather Saturday. A crowd estimated at by festival director Clarence Johnson viewed the parade in bright sun- shine that replaced Friday's rain tors moved Liberty Cashmere, often a winner, took first place again in the grand, sweepstakes division of the float! competition. A Seafair theme float! entered by Greater Seattle, Inc., feasts at which Egypt's crown, the won first in the non-comrnerciai green Egyptian flag, and the mono- I class. Spring Race Meet May 19-20 Planned, Farmerettes Feted Portland Coed College Queen Janet Richardson of Portland, Whitman college's May Queen, pre- sided over May fete festivities at the Whitman campus Saturday af- ternoon. The audience which crowd- ed the campus' sunny amphitheatre was composed of 150 seniors from Northwest high schools, college _. _ i students and visiting parents and Pasco s Future Farmers of Amer-] Walla Walla Future Farmers of townspeople ica judging team took top honors i America and Valley Chapel T f _ m the annual Walla Walla junior j members took the majority of first1 Janet' hef six princesses livestock show held at the South-! places in the fitting and showing .eswrts formed the pro- eastern Washington contests at the Walla Walla junior -tthe amphitheatre, here Saturday. livestock sho.w at the fairgrounds Hebenstreit, master of cere- Second place went to Kennewick here Saturday. monl.es' other program with Walla Walla taking third. Sev- I In the beef contests, Arnold events- en three-man teams competed. Knopf. Walla Walla FFA. and Ger- William Abel of Great Falls Individually, the Pasco team was aid Rimpler, Valley Chapel 4-H. Mont., newly elected president of lout in front, taking the first three took firsts. Leland Hellberg, Walla the Whitman students, and John Bob Hofbauer with 387.9 Walla FFA. and Gene Walker, Val- Baxter, retiring president, presided (ff) Another points out of a possible 400 led the ley Chapel 4-H, were first in the at the formal crowning ceremonies report that Secretary of State Dean ....__ TO.- The Eighth army estimated Red casualties Friday totaled about 790. In clearing weather, Allied fight- ers and bombers made 439 sorties air force pilots aged- Acheson's End Reported Anew Local FFA Tops Fitting and Sltowing; Pasco Best Judging WIDOWED BY RUSSIAN BUL- LETS Mrs. Margaret (Rita) Grescns, 28 is pictured with ther son, John, 4, shortly after she learned her husband. Cpl. Paul J. Gresens, was killed in Vienna in an exchange of gun- fire with two Hessian (NEA on way out came from capital hill Saturday this time in the weekly news letter of Rep. Rogers Rogers wrote the voters back With Walla Walla's annual spring land a full two days of entertain- had heard ice mppt A nome ne nao heard unconfirmed that a supreme court jus- identified, is to retire and field. 3. 4. race meet approaching, members ment is promised. Admission prices of the Southeastern Washington, will be the same as iast year. llce no, Fair association board entertained! Invitations have been hv the farmerettes at a get-acquaint- to all riding clubs in the area as Roeera addM- General! r-s. ed meeting Saturday noon at the well as queens and courts fromj is furthlr hinted tha- Marcus Whitman hotel. district shows Acrlon SW'SM'1 swine judging. Jerry Severs, Walla The Whitman octet furnished musi- RESULTS Walla FFA, was top in the sheep cal numbers and Marcia Hinder p'J'.JJ.o1 (man of Whitefish. Mont, played Bcef contest: Arnold Knopf. both the processional and reces- Walla Walla 1084 4' 2- Richard Owsley. 3. Leland Hellberg Sunnvside 10320 Walla Waiia) 4. Dave McConnell., Mac-Hi 958 Gerald Campus honoraries tapped new 953.51 valley Chapel: 2. _Czyhold. members ioT the next academic year and awards in music scholar- INDIVIDUAI, RESULTS z. ueraid uavis both Walla lShiP competition were announced school Gene Walker, Valley by Prof. Kenneth E. Schilling, di- Pasco .....3879 rectory of the conservatory of 'lvi 775.5 1 After the luncheon the farmer-Jin the event. Riding clubs will be npar ettes were excused for an featured in contests Sunday, May Dulles noon of fun and shopping while120. These will include pole bend- board members got down to busi- ing, relay race, bareback relay ness dealing with both the spring race, musical rope race, barrel i but has by PrSSident TrUman" Farmerettes included Jo Ann Zuger, Dorothy Ann in the by John Foster Prescott Ken Beisinger. Pasco ............3B4.71 A Rav RiddleT Pasco 382.012- John Nordheim. both Walla Walla, music. Bill Owens.' Leland Hellbent. W. Walla 364.5 Gene Myers. Walla Walla 364.4 Officials predict that some of the j uucai, VI tilt; r i r "T> Donovan- Northwest's best race horses will be on hand for the meet. controversy over Since the Douglas MacArthur and the administra- tion's Far East policies, however, the report has gained new strength. Greta Brown Thpir first "e meel- lne rePorl nas gamea new strength. Wlth coming Last Thursday it became known aDDearance will hp npvt at the annual Milton Dea festival r. 7, Straw Hat Tossing Champion Girl, 16, I r. Will lie Determined Tuesday Ann Jernigan, 16-year-old pianist from Richland. won first place in the Whitman college conservatory of music's annual music scholar- Champion hat tossers, along with novices, will compete in the sixth annual contest Tuesday at a.m. Dr. J. J. Beatty, champion in have ben set for Mav nave peen set tor May Vlde music for reports on merchant cooo- is to deny any funds to pay Ache- to special son's salary. and 20 awards. The cooperation of busi- 13 BERGEVIN'S RODEO The opening show of the season 6 big events. Make Plans Now SeeAdPjge 13 ARENA LOCATED 8 Mi. W. Pasco Hi way ness firms and individuals is out- standing this year, officials said. The board approved a request by Carlysle Amusement Corp. to estab- lish a playground with kids' rides! WASHINGTON Reoubli- and facilities on property near the cans accused the Democrats Satur- GOP Says Price Control Under 'Political Hacks' Jefferson park area. The rides will not be operated during the race meet or the fair, it was explained. The request was previously ap- proved by the city commission and the planning commission day of putting price control "un- der the guidance of political hacks and lame ducks." A statement by Chairman Guy Gabrielson of the Republican na- tional committee said the Truman the spectators informed of the can- didates on the mound. The Chamber of Commerce re- presentative will be J. L. Cundiff, president. Dr. Byron Friedman, president, will up hold the honor of the Junior chamber of Commerce. Service club presidents who have accepted the challenge are Lowell i Yeend, Dr. Ralph private music lessons worth hat season in Walla Walla. iKeyes Kiwanis- Dale Clem, for the 1951-52 academic year at I W. O. Childers, assistant fire i Lions; Red Renbarger. Optimist; Whitman. She has been a pupil last year successfully Leonard DeWitt, Rotary. Warden John Cranor will repre- sent the state penitentiary, Chief Leonard Adams the fire depart- ment. Chief A. L. Watts the police department, and Orin Walker, the the group completed negotiations that a coalition of Republicans and _ _ _. with the high school band to pro- Southern Democrats is at work to [ship competition for Northwest high 1948 and 1949, is reported to be events force Acheson's ouster. Their planlschool Prof. Kenneth E.lmaking a strong comeback try, schilling announced at Saturday's'with a well broken in straw hat May fete ceremonies on the cam-'set for the contest at the Marcus pus. Whitman hotel roof. The competi- Miss Jernigan won tuition andition officially launches the straw Dr. Karl J. Trebitsch of the con- gauged a strong wind to spiral his servatory faculty, who also teathes. topper into the ring at the center privately in Richland. of Rose and Second. "Just a matter Cora Dee Peterson, pianist from! of Childers explained Spokane, won second award Several hat experts have been amounting to toward tuition hired as judges for (he occasion and lessons. by M. F. "Tex" Brotherton, gen- Third prizes amounting to eral chairman. "No illegal loading county commissioners. All others not represented by specific organization will have THE WEATHER Partly cloudy and "P a for the 1952 elections. A lot of serving Democrats" have been en political plums, Hid. 66-70. administration is using the office j each were awarded three incoming'will be Brotherton said. Mayor Borleske tossing for them, of price stabilization (OPS) to [freshmen, Sally Sue Ca.npbell, pi- Invitations have been extended I The winner will receive a new patronage machine anist from Seattle: Rtehard Koeh- by the retail committee of the straw hat and a trip to Yakimaa baritone from Olympia; and Chamber of Commerce to 12 other trumpet player obert Burton Richmond Beach, Wash. of! community leaders. A loud speak- 'er system will set up to keep to compete in the contest set the following week at the new Chinook; hotel i Final Little Theatre Play of the Season Second Big Week Friday Saturday AAAY 11, 12 'The Last Warning" A Mystery-Comedy See Complete Details On Page 24 See Page 23 for details Walla Walla SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT W. H. Bailey, Conductor in joint program with WHITMAN COLLEGE CHOIR Kenneth E. Schilling, Director Tuesday, May 8th at High School Auditorium Tickets at Bendix or at the door. EWSPAPERl MEWSPAPEJRl   

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