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Reds Fired on Them
Without Warning,
Freed Marines Say
By tho Associated Press
TSINGTAO, China, April 2.—Four
American Marines released by the
Chinese Communists after three
months’ captivity said today they
were fired on without warning by
the Reds.
Corpl. William L. Pollard of Fort
Worth, Tex., said the fifth Leather
neck in the Christmas duck hunting
party fell mortally wounded in the
first blast. He was Pfc. Charles J.
Brayton, jr., of Governors Island,
N. Y.
Released at the coastal city of
Haiyang north of here yesterday,
the four Marines said they did not
know the Chinese they saw Christ
mas day were Communists.
Did Not Return Reds’ Fire.
‘‘We thought they wgre Nation
alist troops, so we waved our hats
and hollered ‘Meikuo’ (American
Marines),” Pollard said.
"Then they opened fire point
blank at us from about 200 yards.”
Pollard said the Marines did not
return the Communists’ fire.
"When the Reds stopped firing
we stood up from behind the jeep
where we had run for shelter,” he
went on. “I saw Brayton lying on
his back. He was bleeding from a
wound in his arm.”
Pollard said the Communists re
fused to let the Marines adminis
ter first aid to Brayton.
Brig. Gen. G. C. Thomas, com
manding Fleet Marine Forces in the
Western Pacific, said Brayton’s body
would be returned to Marine head-1
quarters here in a few days. He'
did not elaborate.
Reds Were “Poor Shots.”
Pollard said the Communists were |
“poor shots—otherwise we all would j
have been killed.”
After refusing to permit them to|
give first aid to the wounded Ma
rine, Pollard said, the Reds made
them put Brayton into the jeep.
“That was the last time we saw
him alive,” he added.
"The only wound we saw on him
was in his arm, but later one of
the Communists told us he had two
wounds .in his chest and that he
died in a first aid station.”
The other Marines, liberated after
three months of negotiations be
tween the Navy and the Commun
ists, are Pfc.. Carrol W. Dickerson,
Olathe, Kans.; Pvt. Robert Hart.
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Pfc. Thomas
Kapodistria, Buffalo, N. Y.
Iran Reminds Reds Treaty
Bans Internal Meddling
By tho Awociotod Pross
TEHERAN, Iran, April 2.—Russia
has a fresh reminder from Iran to
day that she is pledged by treaty to
keep out of Internal affairs of this
country.
Premier Ibrahim Hakiml al.Molk
pointed out yesterday that in 1921
and 1927 treaties, ‘‘Soviet Russia has
undertaken not to interfere in
Iranian internal affairs.”
He did so in his reply to a Rus
sian note objecting to the activities
of American military advisers in
Iran. The Premier’s communica
tion said, “The Iranian government
is free to make any decisions re
garding Improvements in the coun
try's situation and organizing her
own system of organizations.” ,
The new Iranian note was the
latest in a series that have passed
between the two countries.
Death of One of Four
In Gallinger Ruled Natural
Coroner A. Magruder MacDonald
yesterday released a complete report
on the death of Charles Higgenbot
tom, 36, of 1838 Stanton terrace
S.E.. one of four men in police cus
tody who died at Galllnger Hos
pital within a 15-hour period about
two weeks ago.
Dr. MacDonald said chemical
analysis of the man's stomach con
firmed an earlier opinion that Hig
genbottom, who was colored, had
died of congestive heart failure.
Higgenbottom had been arrested
the afternoon before his death and
booked cn a drunk charge.
Workers Vote to End
Australian Rail Strike
ly tbe Astoc idled Fro,,
BRISBANE, Australia, April 3.—
Striking Queensland railwaymen
voted today to end their two-month
old walkout. Their wage increase
demands were not met.
Only a few of the 3,000 men who
met in Brisbane and Ipswich voted
to continue the strike, which has
crippled transport and caused bit
ter feeling between labor and the
Queensland state’s labor govern
ment.
No date was set for their return
to work.
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A busy day in tbe Municipal Court
jury branch yesterday ended with
three persons convicted and one
acquited of drunk driving charges.
Emmett Maurice Woolard, 44, an
auto parts salesman of 9904 Suther
land road, Silver Spring, Md., was
found guilty on a year-old charge.
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Two men peladed guilty to the
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third place. Seat Pleasant, Md., and]
Joseph N. Slaughter, 36, colored.
2028 Gales street Ni.
Bums, arrested March 16 in the
600 block of Franklin street N.E.,
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N.W., was sentenced by Judge Thom
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Aldred Lacy. 41. colored, of 1240
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