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OUT OUR WAY
By J. R. Williams
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King-Size Headache Builds
Up For U.S. In Caribbean
Obwrvar. la Granda, Ora.. Thurt., July 6, 1959 Paga 14
By PHIL KEWSOM '
UPI FartifK Editw
While the U. S. secretary of
Kale is tied up with the Russians
at Geneva, a king-size headache
for the United States continues to
build up in the Caribbean.
Since the beginning of the year,
a half dozen of the 21 American
republics have been the targets of
uprising, usually fostered by po
litical exiles whose model and. by
all the evidence, sometimes men
tor is Cuba's Fidel Castro.
Latest to be hit, for the second
time in a month, was Honduras.
At the same time, newsmen in
Port-Au-Prince. Haiti, and Ciudad
Trujillo in the Dominican Repub
lic were standing by for other
threatened outbreaks. i
Others already had occurred or
were threatened in Guatemala,
Nicaragua, and Panama.
Fight Uphill B.ttt.
Outside the Caribbean, Presi
dent Arturo Frondizi of Argentina
fought his uphill way against op
ponents, at least some of whom
were in the pay of exiled one
time Argentine dictator Juan D.
Peron. Abortive attempts had
been made against the govern
ment of Paraguay.
An unhappy witness has been
the United States with a primary
interest in preserving Caribbean
peace but fettered by both old
and new dangers.
Castro played upon one of them
with a blast against the U.S. for
granting political asylum to for
mer Cuban air force commander
Pedro Luis Diaz Lanz. Diaz Lanz
quit the air force after charging
mat communists were being al
lowed to filter into the Cuban
armed forces. He subsequently
was labelled a traitor by Castro.
Castro said the United States
should be brought before the Or
ganization of American states on
charges of interfering with Cuba's
Hits Sensitive Nerve
He hit a sensitive nerve for
Latin Americans traditionally sus
picious of the "colossus of the
Diaz Lanz's charges of commu
nism in Cuba were not the first
such to be brought up against the
Castro regime, and there have
been other evidences of increased
Communist infiltration throughout
the Caribbean area. A notable ex
ample has been the return to
Guatemala of many former ad
herents of the Red-tinged regime
of Jacobo Arbenz.
Will Beckon J
rc-nuL.cnjn turn jne Na
tional Indian Encampment that
opens here Saturday will beckon
visitors with smoke signals, but
the old fire and blanket system
nas been ruled out.
Centennial - officials said the
smoke signals will be produced
with World i War Il-type smoke
grenades. The signals will begin
' A Centennial spokesman said
the grenades are less likely to
touch off a forest fire. And they
also make denser smoke better
seen from a greater distance.
DAILY JV LOG 'J
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6:00 Now.beat Nw fiporta Roy liouer,
:15 John Duly Doutt Kdwarda
:30 Hiarjfc A Hlory InviNlbla Man Front Pig.
7:00 Zorro Jeff. Colli. Who I'.yx
7:S0 RelM McCoy. Derrlng-r Silent Service
Vis " T" """v'r Kn Gray Theatre Sea Hunt
S:3t) Rough Rider. Playhoua. 10 St Beacon Street
111 MWUhout A Gun Tou B.tTour Lit.
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Sam Ievenaon ' Treaanr. Runt
J;J - 1 Love Lucy Price I. Rlht
J '2 Top Dollar . Conrentratlon
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U:00 Mualc Bingo II I A Great Llf. Young Dr. MaloD.
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1:00 Day In Court For Better or Worse Truth or Couea,
1:.1 Gale Storm Show Houaeparty County Fair
1:00 Beat the Clock Bl Payoff Matinee on Six
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8:30 Who Do Tou Trust Verdict I. Tour.
3:00 Am. Randatand Hrinhter Day
S:1B Secret Storm
3:30 - Edge of Night
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4:00 Popey. . Cliff Carl Show I Led Three Uvea
4:15 " " ...
4:30 - E"'T Show Four Thirty Movie
6:00 Buga Bunny .
5:15 " "
6:30 Mickey Mouse Club "
6:45 " . " Front Fag.
This log is made up from information by Television Stations and its
accuracy cannot bo guaranteed by the La Granda Evening Observer.
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TOSS-UP OVER WHO WILL
PLA Y FDR IN NEW MOVIE
By VERNON SCOTT
UPI Staff Writer
HOLLYWOOD UPI-Who will
portray Franklin D. Roosevelt in
the screen version of "Sunrise at
Campobello," Ralph Bellamy or
Right now it's a toss-up.
Producer Dore Schary whose
spectacular Broadway success
played 55S performances, says
the decision is up to Bellamy.
"Ralph hasn't told me whether
he wants to play the role on the
screen," Schary said. "He thinks
he may be too old for the movie
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version, but I think Ralph would
be just as effective as lie is on
"If he wants the part it's his.
However, in the play Roosevelt is
depicted between the ages of 39
and 41. and' Ralph is 54."
Piays Historical Figures
Heston, on the other hand is in
his mid-30s, and accustomed to
playing historical figures.
In his brief but rampaging ca
reer Chuck has played" Moses, An
drew Jackson and now Ben Hur.
Schary has contacted the big guy
for the "(fampobcllo" picture and
Heston is enthusiastic
"Charlton would make a fine
Roosevelt," Schary soid.
"We won't go into production
until next March, so there is am
ple time to think about casting
the role. If neither Ralph nor
Charlton are able to do it, I have
a couple of other actors in mind,
('so Hyd. Park
"We'll shoot the bulk of the
picture in Hollywood with loca
tions at Campobello and Hyde
Park, the old Roosevelt home. It
is now a national shrine, but I
think the Department of Interior
will give us permission to use the
old house for actual interior
Schary went on to say that
Eleanor Roosevelt helped tremen
dously with details and back
ground material while he was
writing (he play.
"Sunrise At Campobello' was
a great hit with everybody be
cause of the wonderful emotional
response it elicited from every
audience. I even received con
gratulations from the toughest of
"The story is not essentially po
litical. It relates an era in the
life of a warm human being who
overcomes a dreadful handicap