Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 5
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Russ Warn U.S. on Viet Warfare MOSCOW (UPR--The Soviet Union Tuesday warned the United Sutes against any extension of the war in Viet Nam to include guerrilla operations against the Com munist North. ' The warning circulated by the official Tass news agenq also called for withdrawal o VS. military "support from South Viet Nam, Taxi said reported plans for the extension cf Americas military activities in Sout Viei Nam constituted a threa to all of Southeast Asia. At the same time the Soviet government newspaper Irvestia referred to reports about'the possibility of ex tending VS. guerrilla opera lions to Communist Nort Viet Nam. (Washington sources hav said that extending the war in Viet Nam did not represen White House or State De- development of U. S. policie partment policy at this time · · · » THE TASS statement, giv ing support to North Vi Nam's Feb. 11 statement d nooncing VS. military pre ROGER HILSMAN Resigns His Post Key Man Quits Viet Aide Post WASHINGTON C«--Roge Hilsman, a key official in th ANNIVERSARY in South Viet Nam, has resigned, the White House an nounced Tuesday night. His resignation as assistan secretary cf state for F; Eastern affairs came a da ence ia South Viet Nam. said after the Johnson administra miEtary operation here "are'tion disclosed a new ma\i. being stepped up and are as- for dealing with the critical suming aa ever-wider nature .South Vietnamese situation. with each passing month." But Hilsnian said that his' "For their scale." it said, decision to resign at this "these are the biggest of all time *|waj not related to any military operations now con- policy'issues." ducted in the world." Th ert have been reports of "First of an it is necessary differences withia the gov- for the United States to end'ernment over how to intensi- it$ interference ia the affairs|f y the U. S.-supported South cf South Viet Nam, withdrawjvietnamese fight a g a i n s t its military personnel and Communist guerrillas, military equipment from thatj ^ e wllite House ; country and give the South ^ blic M ^change of let- Vietnamese people an opportunity to decide their future themselves." LBJ Confcrs With Aides on Hot Spots ters between Hilsman and Johnson said the official was quitting to return to academic life. HILMAN is a graduate of West Point and holds a doc-1 tor's degree in international politics from Yale University. From 1953 to 1956 he taught international p o l i t i c s at WASHINGTON W--Pres-Princeton University, ident Johnson reviewed the! Hi'""*", 44, has told a Panamanian and Vietnamese friend that he had asked situations Tuesday with Sec- Johnson some time ago to ac- retary of State Dean Rusk'cept his resignation because a n d Secretary of Defense'he wants to make a career in Robert S. McNamara. academic work. Friends re- Assistant Press Secretary port that he is now consider- Andrew T. Hatcher to!d re- ing offers from three univer- porters the discussions took sities. place by telephone with both ne new step , ^g ^^ secretaries on the l i n e tx- b y the administration to deal gether and also separately.L ith V;et Nla i^udt the He said Johnson talked wifh'^^ of , t^fc force ^^ McNamara about the latter-s^ the State Department to forthcoming flight to V i e t -sharpen the focus oa handl- Nam for another on-the-scene [n, Vietnamese problems look at the way the war is . . . . 8 T*L'«2 e J : S l i?S* " WAS firm date yet fixed for the] trip. Assistant Secretary of Defense Arthur Sylvester said he expects McNamara and his party to stop at Pacific Command headquarters at Honolulu en route to or returning from Saigon. Hatcher said there was no White House comment gar d i n g statements Hanoi, Peking a n d Moscow] man, under secretary for political affairs, would head this group in the new position of special assistant to Secretary Dean Rusk. In addition President Johnson is sending Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara to Saigon in a few days, presumably to see what action " 3 * be to Ite P U P The United States has more officers and men which reporters said appeared]: , r _. .. . .. v«V. TM.»:~. .- ».iV.-_.Jin Viet Nam but the main to be in reaction to Johnson's S . -. T . anla Jlonica Widow's Killer Gels Life Term LOS ANGELES WV-Grant Edward Anderson was sentenced Tuesday to life im' prisonment for the bhidgeon slaying of a 70-year-old Santa Monica widow. Anderson, 39, was ' victed of murdering jofficials say, must be by the Vietnamese forces. Mrs. during a burglary of her San Vicente Boulevard home. la sentencing Anderson, Superior Judge David Co!e- Entire Inventory Substantially Reduced · Choose from the West's Finest Selection of Furniture and Carpet at Genuine Savings. The Items Listed Below are but a Sampling. *-. · BEDROOM 4-pc. French Prov. white gold T-Dresscr w/gold mirror. 2 twin beds, nt stand. Reg. 499.75 Sale Price 399.00 % 3-pc. modern wal. T-dresser, mirror, full size bookcase headboard. Reg. 229.75 Sale Price 169.00 Matching night stand. Reg. 59.75 Sale Price 29.00 5-pc Italian Prov. cherry. T-dresstr, mirror, king size beJ, 2 commode stands. Reg. 599.75 Sale Price 499.00 6-pC. Founders oil walnut T-dresscr, 2 mirrors, full size blict padded bed, 2 stands. (As illustrated.) Reg. 499.75 Sale Price 299.00 Vletnamese Troops Hit Guerrillas SAIGON (.?»-- US.-backed government troopi attacked Communist guerrilla positions in the Seven Mountains area near the Cambodian frontier' Charlotte Crawford last JuIyjTuesday. Heavy action was reported in the first contacts. Dispatches from the scene. 120 miles west of Saigon, were fragmentary, but the man noted that the ex-convictitngagement appeared to be had served two prison terms ^* heaviest in the last for burglary and was out on month. parole when he kflled Mrs. Crawford. He called Anderson's parole * The action came in the wake of bloody ambushes cf "an atrocious example of rais- ln d * military truck convoy carriage in prison administra Revolt in Red China Reported by Taipei TAIPEI. F o r m o s a W1-- Abctat; 10,000 Chinese staged an anti-Communist revolt in Red China's remote Sinkiang 5-pc. fruitwood prov. T-dresser, mirror, full size bed, 2 stands. Reg. 579.75 Sale Price 469.00 5-pc." Spanish fruitu-ood. 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