Independent from Long Beach, California on February 24, 1964 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Monday, February 24, 1964
Page 7
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KED Russ War Chief Blasts 'Threat' by McNamara By JAY AXELBANK [missile defenses to fmd tar-| Marsha! Vasili Chuikav. «t«l**4 »!'·,· !«·«-· MlU^ ! _ - » _ 1 - _ .L. lit.' » _ -- _ » f^..!^A 1 _ _ . J jjetj anywhere oa earth with commander c! Soviet !arjd MOSCOW (UPI)--Defense'great accuracy. Minister Rodioa Malinovsky! Sunday accused D e f e n s e Secretary Robert McN»mara| of threatening to destroy Ros-j sit and other Commnniit ca- tions and warned him not to "play with fire." Milinovsky said people throughout the world were "alarmed and concerned" by a McNamara statement to the House Armed Services Committee last month. The A m e r i c a n defense secretary said American nuclear might had the capability of destroying the Soviet WESTERN observers said the statements by Malinovsky. Grechkyo and other top Soviet military men could be expected and were aimed at stressing Soviet rocket readiness, boosting morale and proclaiming Soviet strength. The Soviet press was filled with pictures of rockets and articles devoted to the readiness of the Soviet military establishment There was no army parade o mark Sunday*! Red Army )ay celebration. But Sunday necessary Pentagon Soviet Marshal Gives ' Version of Hitler's Death MOSCOW tB -- Marshall* detail.- The author of ."The Vass3y Chuikov. wbo led the' Lajt Days ot Hitler' said he Red Army into -Berlin. »«1 had interviewed a German Sunday ^re SoTiet solsien ... . _ _ . He wrote an artide la ·««*. CMI. Walk ed Hitler's suicide. Chuikov wrote last date of {Hitler's suicide in order to week P ve themselves time to try that when he and the 8ta Red!'" * separate peace with the Guard Army reached the] w «tem Allies aimed at a Reich's Chancellery bunker] JTM 11 ' drive against the Soviet Union. Communist China and **· » traditional fireworks other Communist countries. ·WE HA\T NEVER made statements like the one made by McNamara and we never win." Milinovsky said in an article in the Communist Party n e w s p a p e r Pravda, marking the 6th anniversary of the Soviet armed forces. The Soviet Union, he added, "never attacked anyone anc we don't intend to do so now Nevertheless, we consider it display lighted the Moscow] he said, skies, and many television rograms were devoted to Beeches and reminiscences y military men and song and dance numbers by military jroups. ! · · · · · i THE SOVIET newspaper Red Star, organ of the defense ministry, d i s p l a y e d greetings from military chiefs at other socialist countries, including Communist China ^^5 to remind the --a standard occurrence in strategists once past years despite the Sino- Soviet conflict. vantage of. The Communist Party, he added, "resolutely rejected Stalin's erroneous and harmful contention that aggressive nations allegedly are always better prepared for war peace-loving nations." ·The Soviet armed forces , . . _ were created as an instru- Trevor-Roper disputed thisjCermaay in a coffin and the m e n t for defending the but said he believed Chiu-t Soviet Union on its deathbed. world's first socialist st»te,"ikov*s version was *a perfect-jbut it didn't happen that way. (May Z, 1945. they still-smouldering rug. (British historian found Union. in a I Certain people among the (Western politicians," ChuikoT H u g h wrote today, "wanted to see ly genuine jnisreconection of|We woa that war." again:-Don't play with fire, don't brandish the bogey o: thermonuclear war. We are not afraid of your threats." At the same time. Deputy Defense Minister Marshal An drei Grcchko echoed a statement made by Malinovsky Saturday that Soviet rockets were capable of piercing anti- Italian Radio, TV' Workers on Strike ROME W» -- Italian state radio and television network technicians went on a limited strike Sunday night, with without times to range from !t) p.m. to 9 a.m. daily. Supervisory personnel were expected to continue normal broadcasting. The main issue is a demand for an extra's; month bonus in addition to a regular Christmas bonus. 'DON'T CHECK, JUST ARREST ·MOSCOW (UPI)--A Soviet historical magazine Sunday gave a new example of how Josef Stalin terrorized Russia for 30 years. When informed that there was a list of persons being checked for possitle arrest Stalin reportedly wrote to an official: . "You shouldn't check. You should am st." The magazine, "Problems of History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union." said the late dictator "personally watched over the repressions and demanded they should be made more stringent." SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT BURKS (T Trail la Year Old Sit T^U ADMIRAL* COLOR TV Handsome Danish Modem lowboy console in genuine reneera and hardwood solids. New Admiral 26,000 volt 'SP-26" precision crafted chassis ADMIRAL TV PERFECT 2nd SET A Gil Bark's Low Low Prict ers t h e f r i e n d l y s t o r e o f L o n g B e a c h LEAP YEAR WEEK Only once in four years c*an we have a sale like this . . . and we're having surprises every day of this week . . . listed below are only a few of the special surprises . . . some are so terrific we don't dare show the price TUESDAY SPECIALS LADIES REGISTER . . . FREE ENSEMBLE Win a complete Easter ensemble. No obligation to buy. You need not be present for drawing. Drawing Sal., 4:00 P.M. ADMIRAL* Portable 18* TV Attractive. Eghtweid* 19" portable TV. 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We go out of our way to give our whiskey the character of the great pre-Prohiidon bourbons. The yeast that works for us is at least that old. We put far more com in our sour mash than is required of bourbons nowadays. We saH ride out to the corncri j to choose the best ears. Naturally, older folks enjoy our kind of whiskey. Especially those who remember how good bourbon was before 1920. But we'd never imagined that so many younger people would fed the same way. $4.89 4/5 QT. regularly 2.50 HAIR SPIIAY 73 c regularly to 7.98 MEN'S SLACKS. one day only--tired floor I one day only-- street floor regularly 2.00 WOMEN'S GLOVES regularly 1.00 CKYSTAL JEWELRY ea. one day only--tlrcet floor I one day only--street floor t·" M NYLON PKIXT JERSEY FAIIIBI4 ret;. In 2.19 C ,,!. So easy to care for, so wrinkle free. Select from beautiful print combinations. We offer this spectacular savings for one ilay only. Take advantage of us and save. Limited quantity. H thlnl lloor Fonrfh and Pin* . . . 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