Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 17
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LM * The World Around Forty Says Parker May Have to Quit SAN FRANCISCO M--Los Angeles Mayor Samuel \V. Yorty said Thursday that his city's police chief, William H. Parker, might have to be relieved of his duties because! o f , illness. Yprty told a news confer- 1 ence that Parker "will have now to ' be relieved of his duties temporarily, 1 and may not be able to come back.". ' .' Wednesday, the department announced Parker is suffering from a "temporary cardiac incapacity" that will keep him away from duty for one to three months. EX-ARMY MAJ. ROLANDO CUBELAS^" In 1959 He was a Revolutionary Hero 5 Sentenced in Plot to Kill Fidel Castro .HAVANA W? -- Two former ahny majors who .plotted to shoot Prime Minister. Fidel Castro with a high-powered rifle were each sentenced to 25 years in prison Thursday by a military court. Castro had urged their lives he spared. .Receiving the 25-year sentences were Rolando Cubelas and Ramon Gum. ".-, the five-man military panel sentenced two others to 20 years' each. A fifth defendant was given a 10; : year sentence. ·;··. :Two of the seven men arrested In the case wers "freed. .; - . - . .Receiving 20-year-sentences were Jose Gonzalez :.GalIarreta and Alberto Blanco Romariz. "Juan Alsiha Navarro was sentenced to 10 years. 1 Guillerrho Cunill Alvarez and Angel Herrero Veliz were released. , : _ Cubelas was to have shot Castro at. an undetermined date. He confessed his guilt and said the plot .Was.hatched in Madrid in late 1964 and early 1965 in meetings with U.S. Central Intelligence Agency personnel and Cuban exile leader Manuel Artime. Gliina Quake Losses Heavy ' TOKYO (Friday) Wl -- Chinese Communist au: thorities, in their first report on a quake that struck Red China Tuesday, indicated today it caused widespread casualties and damage in the Singtai area, 210 miles south of Peking. Singtai is a city of more than 800,000. The New China News Agency said that "350 production brigades of 30 peoples communes in the district suffered losses of varying degrees." Chiang Heir-Apparent Named TAIPEI, Formosa MB -- The ruling Koumintang Thursday 'named Premier C. K. Yen as its candidato for vice president and heir - apparent to President Chiang Kai-shek. . ' · Chiang himself nominated the premier after receiving the unanimous vote of the. party to succeed himself as president when the National Assembly meets March 21 to choose the leaders of Nationalist China. Russ Warned of West, Spying MOSCOW (UPI) -- The Soviet Communist Party Thursday warned the nation to redouble vigilance against what it called a stepped-iip western campaign of subversion and spying masterminded by the United States. The journal, Party Life, published by the central committee, alleged that the campaign takes many forms, including espionage, propaganda and . temptation. Rep. Clausen Backs Bill on Coast Fishing Rights WASHINGTON UPl -- Rep. Don II. Clausen, R-Ca!if., joined Thursday in support of a bill to establish a 12-mile limit of United States jurisdiction over fishing 'off the U.S. coasts. . . The territorial limit of exclusive U.S. jurisdiction is w.three, miles. Clausen'said .a majority of the world's coastal nations now claim' exclusive fishing rights'12 miles pi- more seaward. · ·'' -' "'· ' -': : . . .. "I see no 'reason why -we should 'allow 'foreign fishing vessels to strip these 'waters of'.their rich'harvest to the detriment of our fishing industry and our conservation efforts, particularly when our fleet is barred from the coastal waters of the lands from which these vessels come," Clausen said in a statement. 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