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fwelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, June IB, 1WR, Twelve juogansport, Indiana, rnaros-mmine _______ - -— • — ' ~ ; News of the Day As Seen Through the Eyes of the Camera BULLETS FLY AS FEDS GET DOPE ON DOPE RING IN U. S. FOR SPECIAL TREATMENT MOST POWERFUL ALLIED FLEET EVER ASSEMBLED CHICAGO POLICE examine interior of a tavern which got shot up and tear gassed after narcotics agents trailed a "pusher" there. Also shot up were agents John Ripa, 28; Jack Love, 31: and dope ringer Carlo (Bananas) Ubrinatti, 40 (upper right). At lower right is Joseph Bruno, 45, who is being questioned about the big ring. He is suspected as Wnirpln. (International Smniiiplioloa). TOP U.S. MILITARY LEADERS AT CONFERENCE MEMBERS OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF-Deslgnate confer during a recess after tho first business session of the "Secretaries' Conference" at the Marine Corps School, Quantico, Va. The joint chiefs (above) will take office on August 16 when Adm. Arthur W. Radford retires as chairman. In the groun (left to rlEht) are: Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army; Gen. Randolph Me C. Pate, Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps; Gen. Nathan Twining, who succeeds Adm. Radford as Chairman of, the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, and Gen. Thomas D. White, who succeeds Gen. Twin- Ing as Air Force. Chief o£ Staffl. (.International} DRYSDALE, LOGAN 'WALKED' A * Contempt Trial DODGERS PITCHER Don Drysdale (middle) Is hustled off at Ebbotfi Field, Brooklyn, N.Y., during the brawl which resulted when one of his pitches whompcd Milwaukee Braves shortstop Johnny Logan in tho back. Words were exchanged, Logan charged the mound, finally both got walks to the showers. (International SoundpltotoJ. HERE'S OUR HURRICANE GUARD U.S. SENATE Rackets Committee counsel Robert Kennedy (top) 13 shown at District Court, Washington, D.C., where ho appeared ns the Government's witness in tho contempt of Congress trial of Toamstera Union vice president Frank W. Brewster (bottom). Kennedy read into the record tho transcript of Brewster's appearance before the Sonata Investigations subcommittee. MRS. PENELOPE KATSOYIANNOU, 44, is greeted by her sister, Dr. Amalia Lignos (left), following her arrival in New York with her daughter, Mary, from Athens, Greece. Mrs. Katsoyiannou was once completely helpless and is still paralyzed below the waist since receiving anti-rabie treatment for a cat-bite in December, 1955. Mrs. Katsoyiannou was taken to the Sister Kenny Institute in Jersey City. N. J, for special treatment. (International Exclusive) TOP SOVIET LEADERS VISIT FINLAND NOW STAGING one ol their "goodwill" tours of Finland, Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin (left) and Russian Communist Party boss Niklta Khrushchev are shown in Tampere, Finland. During a visit to a children's home, Bulganin picked up a six-year-old girt .and switched on his most benevolent smile tor tho cameras. SEEKS AID TO BAN H-TESTS NAVY USAF-USN; "":'•}.. USAF &£?&$& ' -BERMUDA',, , .VV., j ', '- ' '', >'!'' "''/<„' DR. LINUS PAULING, Nobel Prize winning biochemist, waves goocl- by'as ho and his wife board an Air Franco plane lor Europe at New York's Idlewlld airport. Dr. Pauling is spearheading a controversial drive for abolition of hydrogen bomb tests and hopes to moot with Soviet officials to sound out their views. Some 2,000 scientists signed Ills petition calling for and end to tests bccanso of fallout danger. {International Boundvhoto), ONLY YANK ON MAYFLOWER II HERE ARE tho thro* areas being patrolled by U. 3. forces to get advance warning of hurricanes. The Air Force operates out of. Klndley Air Force Base on Bermuda. All warnings go to tho Joint Hurrlcano Warning center In Miami, Fla., where USAF, Navy and Weather bureau experts evaluate and act upon them. When a hurricane is reported, tho Mjaml center goes on a 21-hour watch, keeps sending information. Season dates from Juno \. > V. S. missile cruiser Canberra slides past tlio French aircraft carrier Bois Belleau. Dcfonso Secretary Wilson and Adm. Jrrnuld Wright, Atlantic Fleet commander, point out interesting features on the missile cruiser Canberra. A mlHHlle am be seen on mount behind them, and beyond, part ol ship's radar. dipt. C. T. Miuira (left), Canberra skipper, talks \vlth Captain Pri'snaltov, Soviet naval attache in Washington, aboard the Canberra. 1'resnnkov, uninvlled nnd lacking credentials, got aboard by flushing aa embassy calling card. THESE ARE SCENES from the 18-nation, Ill-ship naval review in Hampton Roads, off Norfolk, Va., most powerful assembly of allied ships in history. It wns the first naval review in U.S. waters in Ija.il a century, and the third ever held. The review commemorated 380th anniversary of Die Jamestown colany. Only NATO nations and those whose people helped to settle the New World were invited to participate. (International Sounilphotos), California, Here We DON'T Come If We Can Help If PUBLISHER and associates of tho scandal magazine Confidential are booked on fugitive warrants In New York, where they announced they would fight extradition to California. They face criminal libel indictments and other charges. From ]e£t: Mrs. Edith Tobias, the publisher's secretary; Michael Tobias, her son, a researcher; Daniel C. Sludln, circulation manager; Mrs. Helen Studin, executive secretary of the company; A. P. Govoni, editor; a detective (background); Robert Harrison, publisher. Later in Felony court they were released on ¥2,000 bail. (Internationa Police Patrol HER LAST BIRTHDAY-LEUKEMIA 'oujnoouoo riB B,£)io otn toj-ltid oj opja ,,Bia t[8|[3uj£ MOU 01)} JO 3UO -pom,, ptooftig pj-DA\p5i PAULA ANNETTE RADEL, 3, plays with toys and what may bo her last birthday cake, in Massillon, O. She is a leukemia victim, and probably will die in three to six months. Beside her Is her twin, Paul Anthony. The birthday party was two days late because she was too ill on her birthday. (International) THE ONLY AMERICAN who sailed aboard the Mayflower n, Joseph Meany of Waltham, Mass., stands beside the Mayflower Compact, painted on the ship's bulkhead, during arrival ceremonies on the coast 'International Boundvhoto* FRENCH CABINET CRISIS ENDS AS 1J.YCAB.OID I DOURGES.MAUNOURY IS I KHRUSHCHEV, BULGANIN VISIT FINLAND, WHERE KHRUSHCHEV CRITICIZES IKE'S "OPEN SKIES" PLAN AND SAYS AGAIN HE'D LIKE TO VISIT U.S. UBERAIS TOPPLED BY CONSERVATIVES IN CANADA, ENDING 22-YEAR RULE BY PRIME MINISTER ST. LAURENT'S PARTY CONFIRMED AS PREMIER f REFUGEES SUDDENLY REOEFECT TO SOVIET MAO TSE-TUNG, RED CHINA >OSS, ADMITS LIQUIDATION OF 000,000 PERSONS IN THE 1949-54 PERIOD; NATIONALISTS CHARGE 15,000,000 MAYFLOWER II MAKES IT TO NEW WORLD KINO SAUD'S VISIT TO JORDAN SEEN AS BEGINNING OF AN ANII-RUSSIAN ARAB BLOCj JORDAN, EGYPT TRADE ANGRY WORDS IKE STOMACH UPSET JARS SOUTH /AMERICA lll-SHIP, 18-NATION NAVAL REVIEW IN HAMPTON ROADS COMMEMORATES JSOlh JAMESTOWN ANNIVERSARY ISRAELI SHIP FLYING STAR OF DAVID FLAG SAILS FORUIDDEN GULF OF AOABA UNMOLESTED

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