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-- Tie ter Army widened campaign and launched attack on that carried an by Presi from Paris. just after! hailed a new ^^ ,,,, __,,, predicted that mL Stockton thurcK will hive' instituted independence · Army terrorists block independence "criminal madmen." said. ... the Algerian ^ould hear his problem and bazooka fifth floor I'KOI'LK IN Till-; NEWS Gypsy QiieenBuriedtoRythmic 1C»--it 1 ** fr»-i wrt ServxtO A rhythmic, wailing, mourning cry followed a silver casket Friday as a small band of gypsies paid a last farewell to their queen. About 50 men. women and c h i l d r e n followed Queen Annie Adams 87- year-old spiritual leader, supreme court and chief marriage counselor of gypsies gypsies for a decade, as her casket was carried from a 'They followed in cars on the 50-mile journey to Sacramento, Sacramento, where Queen Annie Annie was buried. She died Monday' in Stockton. "She was always fair." said one mourner. "If a gypsy needed money, she substance will I France." De' will determine future. Algeria will be able organically and each other. The stock necessary guarantees in full equality and in the life This is have wanted attack; announcer was 1 news ?um-' Slated Murder hearing has then she might say to one man "you give $5,' and to another "you give 15."" Information about Queen Annie's marital status is sketchy. Some mourners said the king of the gypsies is dead, others said he lives in Southern California. Joseph Adams, a Stockton Stockton fruit contractor, said gypsy delegates probably xvill meet w i t h i n two months to interview successors successors to Queen Annie. Adams said the queen probably will be chosen from the dominant Adams tribe. Others said selection of a new queen micht bring out conflicts between the elder gypsies, who cling to their parents* colorful ways, and the younger generation, largely Americanized. RETURM\G \Vorth. Tex^ went to Moscow Moscow in October. 1959 soon after being discharged from the Marine Corps. He told newsmen at that time that he planned ta ictjvure Soviet Soviet citizenship and that he would "never return to the United States for any reason." reason." The embassy said Oswald Oswald give no reason for his desire to return to the United States, but added that during his stay in Russia he retained his U.S. citizenship. 0\ TIIK ROCKS Another film-town marriage marriage went on the rocks Friday. Friday. Singer-dancer Michelle Triola divorced 29-year-old actor Skip Ward charging he was "extremely jealous"* and it hurt her work. Tir/STfiYG A barefoot Jane Mins- field danced the twist with a handsome Italian film executive so enthusiastically early Friday in Rome that she had trouble keeping her blouse on. Miss Mansfield's partner was Enico Bomba, 45. a producer of her I t a l i a n film. While he and Miss M a n s f i e l d danced, her h u s b a n d . Mickey Hargitay, Hargitay, stood in a corner and talked to another another film ex- JAYNE utive. Finally. Hargitay took · his wife by the arm at 3:30 a.m. and told her it was time to go home. She first wandered into Bomba's nor and Mrs. John Lodge. was married Friday to James L. Marcus cf Sche- rectidy. N. Y, in Conn. The bride, a member member Of the Actor's Studio New York, has appeared television, in summer stock and Broadway and Off- Broadway plays. DISCHARGED Actor Charles Laughton was discharged Thursday from a New York hospital, hospital, it was revealed Friday Friday by the h o s p i t a l . Laughton entered entered the hospital hospital last Sunday Sunday for medical medical tests. A s p o k esman said he had aggravated old back injury. :··* n h li 11 LARGEST at W/Mkw] wj *

Clipped from Independent09 Jun 1962, SatPage 2

Independent (Long Beach, California)09 Jun 1962, SatPage 2
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