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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
TUESDAY, MAY 28. 1»S8
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Fechteler to Swap
Posts With Carney
By th# Associated Press
Admiral William M. Fechteler.
chief of naval operations, and
Admiral Robert B. Carney, com
mander in chief of Allied forces
, in Southern Europe, are going to
swap jobs.
Admiral Fechteler’s new ap
pointment was announced
through the White House yes
terday by Gen. Matthew B. Ridg
way, supreme commander of the
North Atlantic defense forces.
Gen Ridgway himself has been
named Army chief of staff effec
j tive this summer.
Admiral Carney’s choice as new
United States naval chief to suc
ceed Admiral Fechteler was made
public recently as part of Presi
dent Eisenhower’s move in nam
ing all new Joint Chiefs of Staff
Yesterday’s White House state
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Los Angeles Votes Today
On Mayor After Biller Fight
By th* Asaociattd Praia
LOS ANGELES, May 26.
Nearly half a million voters go
to the polls today to cast their
ballots in a slambang battle for
mayor of the Nation’s fourth
largest city.
Matched in the contest, one of
the most bitterly waged in city
history, are incumbent Mayor
Fletcher Bowron and Represent
ative Norris Foulson, who led in
the primary.
Mr. Bowron, 65, seeking his
fifth term, put on the battle of
his life to retain the SIB,OOO-a
--year post he has held for more
than 14 years. Mr. Poulson, 57,
put up just as stiff a fight.
Both are Republicans. The
office is non-partisan.
ment said Admiral Fechteler’s
appointment to the. Southern Eu
rope post was approved by the
national authorities concerned—
The United States, Great Britain.
France, Italy, Greece and Turkey.
| Toy Manufacturer
Agrees His Icicles
Won't Resist Fire
Incidental hot-weather intel
ligence:
The Federal Trade Commis
sion announced today that the
Carnival Toy Manufacturing Co.
of New York has agreed to stop
calling its plastic Christmas
tree icicles fire resistant.
Washing Preservers
Fruit, Tests Show
CHlCAGO.—Research has dis
covered that washed cherries
resist decay much better than
unwashed fruit.
Tests show that a week after
picking, 43 per cent of cherries
washed in plain water were still
good and 55 per cent of those
washed in a detergent solution
were edible. Only 29 per cent of
fruit that was unwashed was
good.
Eisenhower Sets Out
Early for Beltsville
President Eisenhower today is
lunching on some of the food
on which the Agriculture Depart
ment is doing some research.
I The President left early for
! the experimental station at
| Beltsville, Md., where he will
I make an inspection trip and
then sample a menu that starts
with orange juice and ends with
salted pecans. The principal dish
will be prime ribs of beef.
Gen. Eisenhower is being ac
companied on his tour by Agri
culture Secretary Benson and
some members of his staff. He
expects to return to the White
House some time this afternoon.
: Indian Envoy to Speak
G. L. Mehta, Ambassador from
i India, will speak on “World Unity
j Through World Thought” at a
meeting of the United World
| Federalists at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
the International House, 1825 R
i street N.W.
Bodies of 5 Area Men
Returned From Korea
The bodies of five District and
nearby Maryland and Virginia
men are among 239 Korean war
dead being returned to the
United States aboard the U. S. S.
American Victory, the Depart
ment of Defense announced
today.
The ship was expected to dock j
at San Francisco today.
The District men were Pfc. i
Tracy Kitchings, jr., son of j
Tracy Kitchings, 911 Seventh j
street N.E., and Sergt. Jerry 1
Millhoff, son of Abe Millhoff,'
510 G street S.E.
The Virginia men were Sergt.
Kenneth D. Nadeau, husband of
Mrs. Josephine Nadeau, 3811
Milan drive, Alexandria, and
Hospitalman Francis C. Ham
mond, husband of Mrs. Phyllis
jA. Hammond, 34 Wellington
i road, Alexandria.
1 The Maryland man was Pfc.
i! James P. Waring, husband of
. I Mrs. Shirley D. Waring, Bryans
1 road.
Gun Ready for Thieves, j
Who Welcome It
By th« Aueciated Preti
DALLAS, May 26.—After bur- |
glars had entered his “Busy Bee!
Case” 25 times in the last four
years, G. H. Ford decided there I
was a good chance they'd come j
again.
He rigged up his prize 12-
! gauge shotgun with a string
! from the trigger to a window.
Yesterday police said Ford re
! ported burglary No. 26 had oc
; curred.
Loss: One shotgun.
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