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Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 26, 1950, Walla Walla, Washington Republican Senators Plan to Go After Secretary Acheson McCarthy's Charges Will Be Examined Walla Walla SUNDAY after of SB a seaes attacks Sea Bridges toH Saturday that a group of Republicans will be at work the project for fee next few the parade wall start wan week The Mew Hampshire expected to lead with a ate speech attacking man whose and far east policies have come under increasing GOP fire Toe move was disclosed Three Arizona Plane Crash llan of Kills Crew of Seven WAF PROBLEMS Truman Says Foreign Cute Hurt Peace SAX RAFAEL ft Tbe Aril at A Phoenix Tbe crash occurred said E appeared near in tbe verted blew up in the air near ajn axr officer confessed Saturday sight hunt Sor Communists and spies in bere Saturday and plunged seven i Allea Solland a ranch worker that he strangled a pretty woman as a state department set off by employes of Noni American who was in a field said he saw air sergeant whose body was Sen McCarthy tion Co Angeles to their tbe plane flying at a low attitude found Saturday at Hamilton field case bis deaths There was a loud explosion he re- her uniform rapped oft charge that main spy ia The big ship broke into pieces ported and pieces of the craft Her H Buswell SS Rutland this country is connected with tie which scattered over a the air wai as admitting he stale before The main part of the plane One wing fell into an irrigation killed the woman Sgt Fairy E senate investigating committee a five-foot deep trench IB a ditch near highway The tail Decker 44 York Pa after he had gether with confidential FBI assembly dropped at the roadside drinking heavily Data Not force eroded in Johnno of the night have been trying to make The KET WEST Fbu warned the economy bloc Saturday taat ruts in foreign aid spending precipitate a third world war Demanding house passage ol the i full amount of j requests lor to cany the program forward another yew he said the States had war H because it ed its back on the rest of the world will save nothing if we nore the needs of other nations now only to find that the result as World war he declared I Approval of administration w- quests he said would strike a major blow for peace Countering efforts of the omy bloc to trim at least a billion dollars from tbe omnibus measure the president warned that n alia Walla able to find out by calling census with a capacity of SO or more rooms the full amount is to the district the te the affinal federal be April 1 is explaining tbe and a Maple aster aa portfolio as a desk top Seated left to right Enert Walla wal crew leader Mrs Columbia county crew leader W O Jr Chamber of census committee chiiman and Mrs J Maria Walla Walla crew leader Mrs is crew leader district in WalU Census Heads Ask Citizen's Cooperation Exactly what the data shows was and Jell on the desert near not announced Whether it Bend Thursday 12 charge may to landing on the He choked the woman twice after nose counting Counting shue is to get everybody counted county ivas sousht in the headquarters at 242 Through this will hold an enumeration period for fight the poverty misery and in- best possible at a scheme enumerators hope to save their April 13 fast Whitman Meeting was peat calls lels and quarters for In held to map OUT plans for the Our muo known Monday when FBI director J Edgar Hoover appears before the committee at a falling she ordered him from the office North America's was bound parts narrowly missed automobiles from Washington B.C to the highway Then he look her outside ripped Ing accompanied by attorney geJes It had taken off at El Paso J Howard McGrath The Washington Post said FBI files do not back up accusation against the come close to it The plane was flying through Foy no address Steppe no Democratic senators pressed same view McCarthy was said the kind of analysis given four members of the committee by the FBI is not adequate He has con- tended that proof of his case is in the FBI files Other persons have been named by McCarthy as One of them Hanson re- plied his in- and accusing McCarthy of under cloak of senatorial will begin I Dennis rensus If you can help us out by letting us know your plans not only you s to bypass no one Goal In Walla Walla county clothes and scattered them Sheriff Boies issued the t ULS w IJT ana i A visor of the congressional but Walla will benefit You ators will strive to complete the to Chairman Kee Va of foreign Then be sat down with her on missed And census in urban districts within valuable time weeks Enumeration of Information districts is scheduled to take the secured by the enu entire month emphasized Donahue W O Wildes Jr chairman of the Mrs will absolutely not be used in any Chamber census committee out- subversion of or he rp 1 1 X He grabbed her and choked her Fugitives from Czech Reds Escape in Three Airplanes Forced Off Regular Course iShe clawed him He choked her Hanson director of a state de- technical staff wrote of again and she went limp That was about day Then he waited another hour before reporting to officers his original story of finding the tive body while wander- ing around the base restless the fact he had been ordered over- county crew leader Mrs securing and rural areas of the county has possible census publicity as di- ery is also crew leader for one two census districts to cover Each reeled by W Russell Winn the census district Walla Walla district will be considered on an pointment of information chairman ty individual assignment basis When for each organization to report ANKARA Turkish air liner carried 15 two Americans and a baby By Donald Doane ERDING Germany j widely separated airports of Brno senate committee that McCarthy's accusations had subjected Hanson and bis family to lating incidents by starting of suspicion and bate against him McCarthy Hanson was given permission to ten fail story next Tuesday ing in public before the committee Administration leaders in toe senate apparently had made no yet to counter the new Re- publican campaign against son Senator ry led off this week with assertions that the secretary should be dropped Bridges speech it expected to be followed by otters Sen Knowland said members of a senate appropriations subcommittee will demand an ex- planation Monday from the state department on what is being done to keep the British from turning over transport planes to the ese Communists from Communism thereby partly unraveling the mystery of the dramatic unheralded landing of three planes ed with 85 persons at this U.S air force base Friday Fifty-eight Czechs who chose to return to Czechoslovakia among them the president of the Czech air line said they were in flight by seven of the 12 crewmen They said one of the planes was captured at Miss Katherine Kosmak of New York City librarian at the in- formation service gue and the occupant ed to Czechoslovakia Saturday She said most of her fellow sengers seemed terribly surprised when they landed here among U.S air force men instead of Prague their destination The fleeing Czechs refused to dis- close the inside story of how they arranged to get control of the three type liners leaving from the He denied he raped the woman worked in the same military with him at the air base i of this surprised base A U.S air force officer said the mass flight apparently was the suit of a careful plot which perhaps involved Czech air line employes The escape engineered Prague seethed with unconfirmed rumors that deputy premier Fierlinger had been assassinated and Rudolf Slansky secretary eral of the Czech Communist party seriously wounded These reports mingled with other unconfirmed rumors yesterday of a silent palace revolution at Pra- gue and speculation that among the plane were persons of prominence in the Czech ment and Communist party However the U.S air force In an said the only son of importance on the planes was the president of the Czech air line Leopold Thurner Names of the 26 remaining here were held Thurner declined to talk with re- porters Share Honors Waterways Group Suggests Expenditures WASHINGTON The national rivers and harbors con- gress endorsed Saturday 36 waterway improvement projects mated to cost The concluded the 40th annual convention of the association an unofficial organization which makes tions to the U S congress of improvements it wants supported with federal funds A total of 76 proposals were studied by the waterways congress committee on projects Seven were rated category which means they not yet considered sufficiently ad- the meritorious vt to warrant endorsement j series of resolutions but should be given further con- sideration Tbe waterways congress said mg: 1 Establishment of a ent government commission to study the nation's water and land that more information is needed most of the remainder of the resources making proposals and suggested mat congress eral be provided for ther surveys by army engineers projects approved by the rivers and harbors congress in- volve navigation flood control soil conservation reclamation and con- servation improvements They are j 2 Passage of pending legislation pending before congress ing new trol projects 3 That government not lect domestic waterway projects in order to give more aid to fore- rapped Western Nations Start Defense Talks in London LONDON The west's top planners of cold war political and battle strategy have begun to sharpen the teeth of their North Atlantic Defense pact County Future Fanners of ca gathered a number of honors during the state convention at man which concluded Saturday State Farmer degrees were awarded to five from Walla Walla high school and two from and two special awards worth apiece were won by Prescott high school seniors Winners of state fanner were Arnold Knopf John heim David Haun Steve Rawlins and Glen Klingbeil of Walla Walla and Jerry Herring and Justin berry of Prescott Don Ruchert and Merle Fanning of Pomeroy were also in the honored group Only two per cent of the members in the state receive the degree each year on the basis of project work and activity Martin and Francis er of Prescott received top rating in the state for work in special fields McCaw received the state award for soil and water ment and Weber's farm ics work won a similar award For outstanding work with members Martin Dorsey Prescott farmer received an honorary state farmer degree All of the successful candidates Census Headquarters Set an enumerator completes one sus plans as supervised by son of the flaming death Census headquarters will be set tbe crew leader will give ence Ludwigs talks prepared a crash landing after grazing up in the meeting room adjoining the employe his second assignment the census bureau to service hill near Ankara's airport in a the Chamber of Commerce office Information for the purpose of under the direction of W- H Till snowstorm late Saturday in the city hall An enumeration the census will be secured only in and a follow-up program All aboard 11 passengers and district map containing the the particular place In the follow-up program em- four crewmen were killed It was of the enumerator A resident eats and will make a final check of Turkey's worst air accident and first fatal civilian crash in 10 years The Americans were Mr and Mrs Julian Parker Cole of New York They were returning from a trip to Istanbul where they en- tered their daughter Lee 16 in the American college A Greek foreign office courier and a Briton also were among the dead The other victims were Turks Snow was falling as the came hi after a normal flight said the left wing brushed against one of the small hills mat surround the airport The plane swayed as ft down on the landing apron The pilot could not hold it level annd H struck on a side Then it rolled over and caught fire home the enumerator jail employes and families to see call back After three that no one has been missed W unsuccessful call backs the Teague is In charge of this part People planning to leave home counter will possibly seek the program A or some other from a neighbor or leave The program developed by the -i -5 i son wanting to know what questionnaire to be filled out and i Chamber is said ator is assigned to their residence j mailed to census headquarters I Donahue I feel that the people and approximately when thei April ii be night j here are taking an active Interest counter will get there will be I throughout the nation All in their census Vandenberg Proposes Breaks Commission To Study Aid D After Plan End now the alliance of dozen for degree are carrying nations backboned by the United States has been largely a paper alliance Its main achievement has been the simple fact of agreement on arming jointly against any going to make tbe ships shells and But who's guns tanks Who's going to pay for them? Who's going to use them? Who's going to command How will aggression be Those are some of the questions being discussed at talks this week and next The talks are being held in London and at the Hague Among top American officials crossing the Atlantic to help put an edge on the defense teeth are Gen Omar Bradley chairman of South the joint chiefs of staff and stock projects and most have crop projects as well in addition to be- ing active in chapter and affairs Ranking well up in the list were Knopf a candidate for state office and a for the special distinction of star farmer on the basis of the records Funds Pick Up In Drive Here The number of contributions into the American J WASHINGTON world's spearhead in the quest berg proposed dependable peace that a new unpartisan Harriman commission was sion be set up to chart up of industrial labor aiu next step in toe cold war after leaders picked by Marshall plan Truman without reference to Vandenberg suggested that affiliation Harriman then Harriman commission of commerce now is to the group headed roving ambassador in Eur- W Averell Harriman which American resources Debate Europe's needs in be Vandenberg proposal for a to study the possibility of a commission was the first con- cessor to the economic suggestion of its kind to come congress busy now ECA administers the how much money will be plan designed to build Europe for ECA spending in Europe economically with the help of the year beginning next July erican funds and strengthen the third year of the four-year against plan Future house resumes debate The Michigan senator on an omnibus foreign aid lie wants such a future study including ECA funds A on a world-wide basis measure will come before the plans to combat communism in in the next few weeks far Truman has proposed As we approach the point four program for end of ECA administrator Paul aid to develop the world's Hoffman I think it would be areas which has been for another such commission upon in some quarters as equally unpartisan and equally possible successor program to peccable in character to However it would not reach independent advisory studies Western European nations that our new responsibilities as has helped bulwark against world's largest creditor nation and COLFAX A pale nervous widow broke down on the witness stand Saturday after telling a jury she knew no reason why her husband and hired man were shot to death in a New Year's eve farm tragedy Mrs Delia Mae Beckner broke into tears and sobs when asked if she couM explain any motive the slayer might have had The court hearing the first degree murder trial of Grant E Rio recessed for 10 minutes Earlier Saturday Mrs Beckner testified that her billfold ing disappeared after the shooting Rio 27 has been accused of first degree murder on two counts in thei fatal shooting of James Beckner 20 a Whitman county farmer Joseph Roberge 39 a farm at the Beckner place The state also charges Rio lary in the case He has pleaded innocent by son of insanity Hen Takes Over As Baby Sitter For 5 Kittens DILLON 8 C- ffi W R Daniel's hen is acting as a baby sitter for some kittens She has moved in as a foster mother for five kittens born a week ago She coddles the tens in her nesting barrel That presents a problem at feeding time So McDaniel trans- fers the kittens from the hen to the cat and back again He says so far it is working out all right the hen and the cat seem to be friends Budworm Spray Job Expected To Be Biggest Aerial Effort Ever Undertaken in Northwest UP Track Plan minded chief ad MAC considered sound needful and advanced in status toj construction XT Ball Rescued So Its Timing Still Unknown Maybe you Just don't care how The largest aerial spraying Job ever attempted in the United States will center in the Walla Walla ion when dozens of planes attack the spruce budworm infestation in Washington and Oregon Forest service officials in ton said Saturday that bids on the North Umatilla or Walla Walla dis- should be ready in Portland f the week This in- said it will take 180 railroad cars of oil for the entire spray job The ships will spray at various levels as the mature it was explained The lower Mill creek watershed will probably be sprayed first with the ships moving to higher altitudes day by day To Build Fields The forest service will build the landing strips in the Washington or Red Cross Drive Goal at for of the planning commissions Colonel Whipple U S corps of engineers 1 recognize that we have laced district engineer at Walla Walla fnr im thf carman 0 and Main The Jaycees thought it would be an interesting if trivial bit watershed area near Walla Meacham and one is Dayton and near Tollgate wj ivu o i Other strips may be constructed of- 200.000 acres in the said lev authority on the grounds that they are unjustified unnecessary and m opposition to our democratic principles 5 Development of hydroelectric by of information They still don't will be Planes will fly 50 to 100 feet know ered jn second contract Other above the tree tops At this altitude As a part of the opening areas in Western Oregon and the kill is about 98 per cent The enough to lug atom uwt I- OA Wildes of depot who monies of their spring clean-up ington will bring the total to nearly spray has no effect on other v a were the vanguard of 70 to has always 80 allotted the under severe in the United Slates ing success of military aid program campaign but in French aircraft carrier is at I Red Crow services sea carrying the first arms aid year cargo of 17 S warplanes to France Farther the council of Europe and political unity on the con- so ation army Move support of the railroad's stand Ancus McAllister superintendent of the Oregon division of U P headquarters in Portland said his company s proposal to abandon the trackage linked with the tion of direct line from to She projected Hinkle would save an estimated that tion to I in the fatherhood of God of man it that the Srf Cross the core of stability quired Concerning tie projected terminal plans McAllister campaign the Jaycees scheduled acres tion or animals with the exception the Creek with Officials of the Umatilla national that birds will have to look prize for the person who made j forest said it seemed that federal where for bugs to eat j funds would be available for the work The spraying depends on tbe weather and entomologists are checking Jbe daily to de- termine date and other information If conditions throughout the remainder of the arc normal first Jate in May and sprayins start at that tame and for 30 days to two Tbe the best guess on tbe time They failed to take good tions into account Spotting the ball near the Otis street bridge young Roger of 406 Cypress an at Park school thought one bad lost a beach baU thc way of lac The with Qie private power 8 Toe Hoover commission re- civil unity TO me con- mat imn a service should adequate fands to carry OB needed i S Tbe U S congress enact lation tbe states clear bUe UhlO to the so-called tidelands 9 That tbe interstate commerce O UP Three be prohibited from elephants bolted from the carried on by Red Cross through rail rates prejudicial to away county fairgrounds here early its chanters concluded water Sunday when fire broke out in a with out 19 Tbe American roar- near tbe structure bousing able sincere American be supported it will remain animals of the Mills Brothers exists sni is em tbe job m position to meet any national circus The fire leveled a hay barn But H Legislation to rehabilitate an hour later Sheriff Charles at She federal baree lines cliff said two of the elephants bad hospital announced three two Jest before tbe congress ad- been rounded up He said tbe third Philadelphia train other One Tor the -one its sessions it was believed spotted about a mile on s human heart by cov to Jrom the oT year That Jerr tbf sH present officers east of tbe city thr neck nnt Walla the third Jw the mixture Sen The the to tbe rf 380 be of tiro switch crews day to the local at Tbe jf 13 in etc at be to Tbe be came racing home his mother Mrs Jacoba sber told him about tbe Jaycees batch and derby the ball to MSI creek detour tic ball took about 48 to make the Joe F Mainrt only 30 off the be SJ Thirty-three be re- quired to spray tbe seres in this district according to of tbe office Since ore aerial spray concern m tbe Walla district has that many il is expected some of tbe be by Tour Whitman Most of tbe at be m a at here are to bid atone 29 to foe re- St in located in of pront at Friday week tbr north of is the The job for president and is known as Big Burma The unnamed The Wherry other purchased re- said it was tb Hep and from Ringling Brothers of its fond ra Eep be reported THE WEATHER The xre Tbe win den Ab- fll Tbe Charts Palo AKa spray one CaBT rt ww rf BDT Of- 1 OPEN TODAY fionn 10 to 7 p.m TO SERVE YOU SEEPAGE 2 For your ire Drug and Prescription Needs shop at Book Moot Not en Sunday BUT EVERYDAY THE BOOK NOOK t Mom Tel
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