Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 4
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 4

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 1, 1963
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J I A-4-JNDEPENDENT K's Wooing of Brazil Seen as Peril to U.S, U.S. Seeks Help With Aid I s ° vict Ec °"° m ; Sllffers L GENEVA (UPI--Economic continues. pressing effects cf bad treitV «r" ca farm output Iz j},i Soviet Union the rite of growth cf net rational (ma- Soviet Premier Nikita S.I Khrushchev's overtures of aid, _ and trade to Brazil might "* United States has just Bowing 40years', united Nations commission' to solve. jtnauzw countries to ease tnejZ-3 Fans meeting fits in| ^* --' 7 ° J a urutexl nations terms of their overseas aid Kennedy administration and. for "payment with no · re-! re ported Sunday. herald a new challenge to »S recd l ° President Kennedy's Alliance', 8 / 1111 ./^ 51 for Progress more than Cuba. They said thit Khrush- .. chcv's wooing of Brazil in 1 ^,,,;,? «,;^ statements to the r.ewspaperf." 1 . 1 ^ "'VTM ".ITU!TM, Hnr, ,r~.,r~* t O "·'·""^ k {t * T °' loans. [Clay proposals to jet otherpayment required during the] Premier Nikita S. Khru- Beir* attendance at the 12- advanced countries to shoul-jfirst 10 years. Only France.'shchev"* long-range plan to available to nation Development Assist- der a greater share of the aid'pouring aid into its formerjstreamline and expand the 00 miUioamce Committee meeting in burden, 'African territories, has been Sonet economy may fall be- Paris win coincide with the other Western u liberal jthe country over its balance President Kennedy's presen-|nations have been pouring in-!: ·of payments difficulties. The'tatjon t a Congress of his aid'creasing amounts of money ·hind schedule if the trend Observers here said , ..... ..,,--The^request for the coming year.,mto underdeveloped areas. In a message to be sent to «?«ir loan terms generally run e lawmakers Tuesday. Ken-! ' ****** f 'about $4.5 billion for eco- ilitary assistance year Ultima Hora the stage for effort to penetrate America influence there. The sources said that offTred "to discuss "economic j Khrushchev, having cut his'00^3.^,0^ SU p p i y it with' Kenncd y* comedown losses in Cuba following the machinery and trade Russian the *-9-fc mi ° n »«1 failure of his efforts to estab- ;oil f o r Brazilian coffee. [contained in his budget sub- lish rocket bases there.! nutted last January is, in part seemed to be now preparing' i » _ _ i . r-i r- i l tutical concession to the a more general assault aimed at eTploiting Latin America's Constance Louise than Amenca's. Be!l loans to sink aid-receiving lands over their ears ia debt, leaving easy-term U.S. money to bail them out. The United States has been 'dispensing large loans recent- Navy Crewman Killed , YOKOSUKA. Japan (UPI) recent report of the Aid Ad-!_A Santa Clara. Calif, crew- Everittjvisory Committee headed by imem bcr of the aircarrier Con- economic difficulties. |31,cf 1316 E. Market St, w»s|G«a. Lucius D. Oay. Istellation was kffled at sea They said that in singling arrested Sunday on a charge! The Day study suggested|during night operations, the cut Brazil first he was pick-jof stealing a package of pork'the present program is SSOO^Navy announced today. He ing the largest country in chops from the GoMea Rule'million too big. Congressional|was i d e n t i f i e d as AM/2c Latin America »nd the one, Food City, 5500 Cherry Ave. 'economizers predict they will Charles G!en Bridges. NEW GLASSES AVAILABLE TO O.A.S. PENSIONERS If you ire to OAS pensioner inJ need any of the following optkil services: (1) Eye eiimimiion, (2) New pisses (3) New frjmes, (4) Glisses repaired, visit tn» Er. Soss Optometrist offkc and you will receive immeoiite attention. Just bring your iderttiftcition cird. Dr. Soss. O.D. his been in p ractice 32 ycirs in Long Beach, and will rule all arin^ements. 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