Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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UK IMA Cam.. im INDEPENDENT-Figi A-5 EDWIN A. WALKER "Den of Inequity' 1 Rusk, CIA Policy Hit by Walker (Continued From Page A-l) finished, reporter Tom Kelly of the Washington Daily News started to ask a question. * · · » BUT THE FORMER central, deposed commander of the 24th Division in Germany, jabbed out with his right fist, ratchinc Kelly rather liphtly in the left eye. Kelly's head rapped acainst a camera held by a photographer behind him. The reported said he want rd to ask Walker about a statement by Gcorce Lincoln Rockwell, head of the American Nazi Party. Rockwell praised Walker Wednesday as he was bcinj; ejected from the hearing room for wearing a swastika emblem. Kelly said the blow was not particularly painful. · · · · AT THE KN'D of Walker's testimony. Sen. Strom Thur mond, D-S.C, a staunch sup porter, praisrd the former general as a great soldier and great American. Sen. E. L. B.irtlett. D-AI.iv ka. said them was no question hut that Walker was a "dedicated American." Subcommittee Chairman John C. Stcnnis. D-Miss., said he thought of Walker as a field general. Walker told the subcommittee that Rusk and Rostow were "very Influential" In framing what he had called WALT W. ROSTOW Named With Rusk TOM KELLY It Didn't Hurt n Bit a "no-win" nism policy. soft-on-comntU' HE SAID HE understood publican side, preceded defeat of a GOP substitute to put the U.N. aid on a three-year loan basis. Within minutes, the Senate gave voice vote approval to the compromise that had been worked out by Dirksen and Senate D e m o c r a t i c L e a d e r M i k e Mansfield, Mont., permitting the Prcsl Rusk served on the staff of dent to fix th « t ei TM s °f f'nan On. Joseph (Vinegar Joe) Stilwcll in China in the 1940s during a period Walker re. cial help to the world organ, ization. Noting President Kennedy's ferred to as "the Agrarian re- assurance to the Senate that fnrmer highlights." He said Rusk also was a member of the Institute of Pacific Rcla lions, nn organization that was Investigated by the Sen. nle Internal security subconv mittce. Walker mentioned Rusk and Rostow after Bartlett asked him what he meant when he complained that "the real control apparatus will not loterate militant anti-Communist leadership by a division commander." Walker said he could not Identify those In "complete control." But he said "the «p. paralus" could he Identified "hy its effects--what It did in Cuba--what it Is doing in the Congo--what it did in Korea." · · · · THEN HE added that he could name some who think along the same lines as those in "the apparatus." He named Rusk and Rostow. Under further questioning, Walker charged that CIA intelligence estimates of Communist strength are arranged to fit a "no-win" policy. Sen. Howard W. Cannon, D-Ncv.. asked Walker to name some Communists who had Infiltrated the government. He replied: "I believe we caught only one. Hiss." . Walker told the subcom- mitlce · that he had been "framed in a den of iniquity." Others framed hy "Ibis hidden policy," he. said, were Orn. Douglas MacArthur, the lair Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wii.. the htc Defense Secretary James V. forresta!. Moise Tshombe of Katanga and former President Syng- man Rhee of South Korea. U.N. Loan Approved by Senate (Continued From Page A-l) day, the coalition beat back efforts to weaken the President's discretionary authority and to limit executive powers In cooperate with U.N. peace making efforts. The Illinois Republican's appeal, which included aimed at some on the fire Re he would "minimize" the outlay for the United Nations, Dirksen emotionally told the Senate: "I haven't forfeited my faith in John Fitzgerald Kennedy. I'm willing as always to trust my President, because he is my President." · · AT THE SAME time, the Republican Je-tder liilleily rebuked a fellow Republican, whom he did not name, for having referred to the bipart isan compromise as "specious' 1 -- giving a deceptive appearance of fairness. 'That was an affmnt to the Senator fmm Illinois," he declared. "I dnn't take that lying down." The "specious" remark was made Wednesday in a speech by Sen. Roman Hruska, R- Neb. SEN. DIRKSEN "He's My President" TWO DAYS ONLY! SAT. SUN., APRIL 7 8 DREXEL PROFILE / Bedroom Group / Triple Dreuer, Mirror, Twin Beds, Nile Stand DREXEL PAVILLION/ Triple Dreurr, Mirror, Twin Bcdi. Ch«t. Nile Stand RIG. 450.50 ., 577.50 .. AMERICAN OF MARTINSVILLE / Dilettante / Triple Drester w/Trav. Marble Top, Mirror, King Site Headboard, 2 Nile Stand* 707.50 .. DREXEL'PROJECTION/ Walnut Double Drester, Mirror. Twin Bed«, Nile Stand 392.00 .. 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