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

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
Page 6
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P«g» A-A--INDEPENDENT f, AjftI 4. INI . ;'.)·-.« " I Russian, Red Chinese Friction Seen by Rusk WASHINGTON ( U P 1 ) -Secretary of State Dean Rusk Kid Thursday there is ccn sidcrable evidence of "deep differences" between Russia and Red China as they com pete for leadership of the Communist bloc. Rusk told the Senate For e i R n Relations Committee there also is evidence that Moscow and Pciping are rivals In the foreign aid field. He wid there nrc "signs of fric tinn" in this area. The secretary gave his appraisal of the Sino-Sovict split during testimony In support of President Kennedy's $4.9 billion foreign aid request. HUSK SAID the U.S. aid program was a vital weapon in the cold xvar. The stakes In this struggle, he said, "arc the security of the free world today and the shape of the world tomorrow." Sen. Alexander Wiley, R Wis., senior Republican on the committee, asked Rusk about competition between Russia and Red China. The secretary replied tha ( there was evidence of dec| differences between Moscow and Pciping. He said there are signs of "doctrinal dif fercnccs" and of "rivalry fo leadership within the Com munist parties, both within and without the Soviet bloc,' CEREMONY REVIVED Corps 'Drums Out' Thieving Marine NORFOLK, Va. CD--A 20-year-old Marine was ban l«hed from the service Thursday in a rawly cmotiona ceremony that just recently came back into use after an almost two-lccade eclipse. RUSK SAID there also 'seem to be certain differ-! enccs in what might be called state relations," such as trade, technical assistance and related matters. The scc-| retary said Red China has' been disappointed in the' amount of aid it has received from Russia. . | This, Rusk said, "has led to some confusion in Com-j munist activities outside the [Soviet) bloc." The secretary said there were some signs that Russia and Communist China were rivals in the foreign aid field. But, he said, the United States wanted to study developments more carefully before reaching a firm conclusion about the situation.. | The young M a r i n e was given a bad conduct discharge in a military ritual known as 1 a "drumming out"--a solemn ceremony designed to impress Shipowner Group Ends Raise Of I'ei SAN FRANCISCO (UP!)-West CoastshipowncrsThurs- day withdrew their offer of a wago increase to three striking unions and a federal panel said the movo would delay its efforts to effect n settlement. The Pacific Maritime Association cited heavy financial losses as a result of the three-week tie-up nnd spelled nut a tough new position that | Included opposition to nn SO- day Taft-llartlcy Injunction. The PMA released a statement on Its stand after the first meeting of the three man panel appointed by Sec retary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg .it the request n( President Kennedy. Tho panel is to report to Goldberg and Kennedy Saturday on progress towaril settlement of the dispute which haj tied up more than S racc - lhe Prisoner was cs half the 120 vessels operated "j^cd between long rows o by the 12 companies in the PMA. · UNDERSECRETARY of I.abor Willard Wirtr, a mrm- I the three held an afternoon meeting with the unions: "Release of the statement by the PMA has complicated | very seriously efforts by the 1 panel to effect a settlement. The statement was not made In the panel. It came to our attention after a joint meet ing (between opposing sides In the dispute) this morning." I (In Honolulu It appeared the government was consider . Ing invoking the Taft-llartlcy · law. State Attorney General : Shiro Kashiwa said lie had been asked by the Justice Department In Washington to draw up an affidavit which could be used as a basis for such an Injunction. Gov. William F. Quinn said he probably would send the affidavit to Washington Monday.) other servicemen with thi gravity of disservice to thcii units. The slender, crew-cut Nash ville, Tcnn., Marine suffcrci the public humiliation of be ing m a r c h e d under guan from his quarters to the ac companiment of a drumming death march. * * * 0 AS IF to emphasize thi comparison, the three drum mcrs wore dress blue uni forms in contrast to the brown leather jacket, gray open t h r o a t e d shirt and green trousers of the transgressor. Though the youth had tech nically a l r e a d y been dis charged from the service after serving two years in a military prison for larccnj and unauthorized leave, hi: reflex action to military com mands remained. "March the prisoner front and center," a Marine com m n n d c d nnd the youth cracked his heels together In a snappy military fashion. » * · · AN ORDER of discharge signed by Col. William C Capchart, was read aloud 1 the sergeant major who then o r d e r e d , "Escort this man from the c o n f i n e s of thi United States Navy rescrva lion." As a final measure of dis Marines lined up at attention A* he approached e.ich group the Marines were ordered "About face." The prisoner saw only thci her of the panel, said after '^ks as he walked the long line to the gate where he wa NOW OPEN! W. J. "lltl" TAYLOI ant H A I i r SOXTOIS COLOR TV SALON F.otir!., RCA Vlcltr C i l t r l Hock I VVkll. TV 14) E. Mirkil SI, L.B. OA 8-1(21 crtu n AM. TO n rut. CLOUD HCDNCIDAT given a brown paper bag con taining his personal effect and sent away from the camp · · · · WHY HAD the custom o drumming out been revived? "Not vindictively, not to humiliate or degrade the In dividual," said C a p c h a r t commanding officer of tli Marino barracks at the nava base. 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