Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 1, 1963
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A'-8-- INDEPENDENT u "« ··*»· . , . . . . , . . . :?France, Germany Deny ! Accusations by Russia , ·|.»w»,. «,«; * Gcv. Sutedja of Bali Sunday 5 MOSCOW (UPI) -- France of Germany to rule other ordered the irnmcJiate evicu- «nd W est Germany, in week- countries and change Ihe map'ation of an persons ia a six- end , notes delivered to the of Europe again. JmDe radius of smoking ML Bali Volcano \ ArcaTold to Evacuate DEN M Soviet Foreign Ministry, rejected Kremlin claims that the Paris-Bonn Alliance poses iGunung Agung because of the ,THE TREATY, the Bocn'dangers of deadly "glowing ,, note said, reflects the will avalanches." -«. .xu-uuuu ruii4m.c puicj ooie saw. renects Tne win jvaiinches. * military threat to Europe, of the German and French} The "glowing avalanches* Jnfonned sources said Sun- peoples to finally settle the are searing clouds of corro- Jky. [national differences betweenWe ' gases and pulverized { The t» - o cotes were handed.thcm." |lava, up to 400 feet thick and ?o Foreign Minister Andrei] The Russian charge that, with temperatures ranging up Croayko. The West German' the treaty was ·"provocative" .to 1,652 degrees. Unhindered fiote. delivered Friday, called because it applied to West by the terrain as are lava and Sonet charges "misleading, Berlin also was dismissed by 'mud flows, the clouds' roll| accusing and insulting." the Bonn note. downhill with the speed of! * * * * I . The Soviet notes accused an express train, destroying West Germans of pursu-'everything in their path. " r j THE K R E M L I N accused u s - e v e r y n g n ter p a t . west Germany of trying to ling a "doctrine based on the! THE THREAT was reported jo m en t thermonuclear wan unleashing of a world therrno- by four Indonesian volcanolo- tnd added that if West Ger- nuclear war. It can only end gists who inspected the south: " "~ "' -: " -- '*"* ~~""' · · ' many acquired nuclear weap- pns the Russians would have jo t a k e "necessary meas- ia an atomic war .that wffl|ern. e a s t e r n and northern macerate those who plan to slopes of the 10,449-foot vol »A..«i. :. *.ti *. \ . · . touch it off. cano on foot even as it con- --- v " ·» '"'·· jczno on 1001 even as it con- }"«-. If F r a n c e really wanted tinued to spew billows of I The contents of the French friendship between the French'dense smoke and ash into the communication have not been land German p e o p l e , the'sfcies · · jnade public. It was reliably!Kremlin said, it would con-l The long-dormant volcano jmderstood t h a t the Paris elude a German peace treaty sacred to the Bilinese. erupt-1 BOte rejected the Sonet posi-and normalize the situation'ed on March 17 killin* at Coa in opposing the alliance u West Berlin on that basis.'iea st i_60o persons, injuring iiJ^nfounded." -. thousands more and leaving f;Tne West German note DO.VT KEEP things you about 70,000 homeless. Thou- tenned "absurd' Russian ac-Jdon't use. Sen them with in-'sands of acres of farmlands cusations that the political- expensive Classified Ads and were covered with lava or military treaty was signed be- have cash instead. Dial HE'ish, Ashes rained on cities as cause of a wish on the part'2-5959 today. ifar as 300 miles away. /SAVE WT BURKS *AVE AT»BIJRR$^ ^SAVE-At: BURKS GENERAL ELECTRIC TV I IDIOMATICALLY ADJUSTS BRIGHTNESS! AND CONTRAST OF YOUR PICTURE! 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Blvd. Sn'jj loai tilil 1 BURKS SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT BURKS The World Around PRESIDENT TITO of Yugoskviatright) puts"* his arm around visiting Mexican President Adolfo Lopex Mateos during talk with newsmen at Petrovaradin, Yugoslavia, Sunday. Yugoslav President Will Visit Mexico KOVI SAD, Yugoslavia (UPI)--Yugoslav President Tito, who plans to visit Cuba sometime this fall, said Sunday he would pay an official visit to Mexico at the time. The Yugoslav chief of state and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos, visiting this industrial city 42 miles north of Belgrade, held an impromptu press conference at in ancient .fortress where Tito once was held in prison. Asked by reporters about plans for a possible trip to Mexico, the 71-year-old Yugoslav leader replied: "I owe a visit to Mexico, and the time is ripe to say that I am going to pay a visit to Mexico in the fall of this year, on the invitation of Mexican President Lopez Mateos." Sunday was the final day of Lopez Mateos* visit to this communist nation. Today he leaves for Warsaw and the third stop of his five-nation European tour. Top Israel Ploller Quits JERUSALEM, Israel Sector Cfl --The man who plotted the capture of Adolf Dchmann resigned Sunday as chief of Israel's security sen-ices in a dispute with Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion over the issue of German scientists reported working for the United Arab Republic. His name was not disclosed, nor was that of his successor. His resignation followed the capture of two alleged Israeli agents in Switzerland earlier this month, accused cf conspiracy to kidnap a German missile scientist employed by the U-A.R. - 2RussPolicctoDic.. MOSCOW «v-Two Soviet policemen have been sentenced to death for fatally beating a secretary of the Young Communist League they had arrested. Veteran diplomats expressed belief it is the first such punishment of police brutality here. The official y o u t h newspaper Komsornolskaya Pravda said the secretary, Yuri Mazur, was picked up by police in Krasnodar Dec. 30 after a New Year's party and brutally beaten. Viet Cong Ambush Kills 28 SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPI) -- Communist guerrillas, in a ferocious daylight ambush, mauled a government civil guards company and captured a large number of weapons Saturday, Saigon military sources said. Sunday. Government forces lost 2S men killed, including two officers, along with 18 wounded and four missing in the ambush near the coastal community cf Phan Thiet 95 miles north of Saigon. The Communist Viet Cong captured five radios^ three light machine guns, nine automatic rifles, and a large number of submachine guns, rifles and carbines. Slides Kill 2; 9 Missing INNSBRUCK. Austria «V-Avalanches killed two skiers in the Austrian Tyrol Sunday and left nine others missing and feared dead. Snowsiis in valleys west of Innsbruck clamed the lii-es of two West Germans--Horst Muench, 23, and Dietbert Grass. 25. Their bodies were recovered. Planes airlifted rescuers, dogs and oxygen masks to the area of the Kematen Hut, about 15 miles west of this city, where nine skiers from a party of 14 or 15 were reported buried under an avalanche more than 600 feet long and about 24 feet deep. PINE AT BROADWAY LONG BEACH COVTNTOWN WOMEN'S SHOES open ininilecl Italian sandals bj Fredelle know how to live, how to have fun, open to every breeze, every ray of sun. · Take sportswear and casual fashion in easy and comfortable stride with flats, little stack htels and mules. 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