Independent from Long Beach, California on March 14, 1966 · Page 7
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Russ-U.S. Consul Pact Balked. Says Fulbright ni., MM., Mirth ii, »H INDEPENDENT--P«g» A-7 WASHINGTON LW -- Sen. W. Fulbright predicted Sun- ay that the controversial onsuiar treaty with Russia ·ill not be brought up for tification by the Senate this ession. way for the Soviet Union to open consular offices in cities like New York. San Francisco Speaking on a special tele ision program on China and 10 Viet Nam War, Fulbright, h a i r m a n of the Senate oreign Relations Committee, l a m e d elections and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover for he p r e s e n t status of the reaty. The treaty would pave and Chicago, in exchange for U.S. consular offices in key Russian cities. Hoover said a mainstay of Soviet Intelligence has been the collection of information through spying by personnel legally assigned to official Soviet and satellite offices in the United States. A m o n g those offices he has included Communist embassies, legiv- the tions and consulates. THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE LONG BEACH CUSSES NOW FORMING NEW CLASSES -- ENROUMENT LIMITED · Win Mtf» I · Rcmtrnfetr · tAukt IfflMrtint DKhElnt · Incrttu Your Ail Illy to HMdH PMM · SMIk · iBCTMlt Ytur Incom* · ktcorni a L»4er · lam Tim Utter Jab For Infftrmamn oiv »r Niahl Tclisluni SJM104 ORANGE COUNTY --AP WVtll»» PROFITEER EXECUTED Body of Ta Vinh, 34, Saigon businessman con- · victed of profiteering, slumps at post while his wife and another woman relative scream (right- hand photo) as sound of execution volley reaches them a block away. Execution took place in Saigon's d o w n t o w n marketplace early Sunday. Vinh, import-export manager convicted of "economic sabotage," is also survived by i»av«i children. , . Saigon Executes War 'Profiteer 9 SAIGON, Monday (UPI)--A. lion piastres from the treas- Vietnamese military firing squad executed a Chinese millionaire businessman today for war profiteering. He died while his weeping wife and eight children tried to hreak through barbed wire barricades and rush to his side. The distraught wife of the chubby millionaire, Ta Vinli, officer "who 35, screamed "Political execu- through his tion!" as she tried, to get through the concertina rolls of!! barbed wire and wooden barricades set up by South Vietnamese soldiers and national police to hold back the crowd. 'I'Tuis couldn't happen in a civilized country," Vinh's at- t r l a c t i v e , 31-year-old wife shouted. Two national policemen tried to hold her, but \ v H h her one free fist clenched, she knocked them as r ide. They wrestled with her an*d the children, and other policemen ran up and managed to keep the family behind the barricades. -·Vinh was convicted of price speculation, h o a r d i n g and bribery in a one-day trial lasl Monday by a special court sei up to stamp out corruption. ' 'Shortly after his death, thi South Vietnamese governmen sentenced another man to' b executed. A special court handed down a death sentenc to. Dant Cao Sach, 52, a gov ernment treasurer in Dala province. He was convicted o embezzling more than 7 ml ury safe and replacing it with old newspapers, lottery slips and scrap paper trimmed to resemble stacks of currency. * * * * VINH, a Chinese national who lived in.South Viet Nam, talked calmly with priests, and once smiled wanly'at the looped a rope arms, then up behind his back to attach it to the stake. A second officer walked up and asked, "Do you want a blindfold?" "Yes," Ta Vinh answered Tile officer stepped back, anc the 10-man firing squad landing about 15 feet away ropped down to one knee. "Ready, aim . . . fire," thi fficer said, and the slugs tore nto Ta Vinh's chest anc tomach. The tycoon lurchet orward,' straining at th opes. He kept his feet, per laps trying to grab and holi or a final time the two-incl ;old and silver cross hangin; around his neck underneat lis shirt. Then the officer commanc ng the firing squad quickl walked up, placed a .45-ca! her pistol behind Vinh's lei ear, and fired a single shot. Shelling Halts Red Viet Push SAIGON (UPI)--U.S. para- roopers came under intense Viet Cong fire Sunday in the Tuy Hoa area aiout 235 miles lortheast of Saigon. The Viet Cong finally broke off contact after U.S. artillery ze roed in on them. There was no immediate report on U.S. or Viet Cong casualties in the clash that in- vovled elements of tha 1st Brigade of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division about four miles, west of Tuy Hoa. * * * * ON THE troubled political front, a general strike tied p the Allied base city of Da ang Sunday, shutting down iops and markets and par- yzing waterfront operations efore it was unexpectedly ailed off late in the day. Restive students and sol- ers called the stoppage to rotest the ouster of Maj. en; Nguyen Chanh Thi «is ietnamese 1st corps com- iander' by the Saigon gov- rnment. Please come to an 1 4 informal trunk showing of ' HARROD'S v new spring and summer SUIT AND MIILINERY COMMON ; on ;.-,, St. Patrick's Day, Thursday, Marth 17 , : : horn 11 n.in. to 4 p.m. ' · Sportswear Coats anil Suits · : · · The collection will still be here Friday · and Saturday of Mnruh 18 and 19 for you to ' see and request special orders. · ' bULLOCK'S LOOKING F O R BURIE u n e a r t TREASURE? .: You a ' t r u n k f u l of bargains in tl Classified section. Turn bac nowi i ·- . ; - . « : . THE demonstrators g a v e o reason for calling off the trike, but well ..informed ourc.es, said Gen. Thi lia'd madec'Tw?,; dramatic secret ight ·:'. frprn Sa Igpn^ to Da an'g'Siiturday.-night express y to urge ·his supporters to top demonstrating against is ouster.'-:-.--.;'. .'··.. . -? ; · The sources said Thi acted lecause 'he.wa's afraid that if he ant [government demon- t rat i p'rjs - ' in , the h orthern areas'."-,of Da Nang, Hue and !oi 'An continued and the criticism of the Saigon g ernment by/-powerful . Bud- divist:leaders^v/ere allowed! to continue, itVyrovijd; split the couniry. '·' ·'· ''-.·':'· ;"/·'·':. . Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be fcnnoyed oc feel lH-*t ease becaUMJof loot*, wobbly falM t eetb. FASTEETH, an improved alkaline (non-acid) povder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer BO they feel more comfortable.Avoid embBT- mssmentcfCused by loose plate«; Get- FASTEETH at «ny drug counter. $10,000 ACCOUNTS OPENED by Mil l«r\ If ANY MOHTH E A R N I r « m I h . 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