The World Around 4 Nations Pressure West on Ban GENEVA (UPI)--Non-aligned nations started pressuring East, and West Monday to compromise on inspection and control of a nuclear test ban treaty. Most of the pressure appeared to be against the West. Ethiopia, Sweden. India and Burma called for a relaxation by both sides of the rigid positions which have kept the test ban talks deadlocked for 3'/Â£ years. But it seemed they were asking more of the United States and Britain than of the Soviet Union. All four said, they thought the United States would have to lower its demands for International controls on Soviet territory. Sixty American and British women, including the wives of industrialist Cyrus S. Eaton and Negro integration leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,- pleaded with U. S. officials in Geneva Monday to call off this month's nuclear t e s t program. They were t u r n e d down. The women. 51 of them representing the A m e r i c a n "Women S t r i k e for P e a c e " MRS. EATON movement which has demonstrated in Washington and New York, came to Geneva with demands that the 17- nation disarmament conference outlaw nuclear tests. They made their first approach to Arthur H. Dc.in, chief U. S. conference delegate. They pave him a copy of a petition signed with 50,000 names urg- ing an end to nuclear tests and "genuine disarmament now." "Mr. Dean did not show any signs of changing the U. S. position on tests," said Mrs. Dagmar Wilson of Washing- ten, D.C. 3 Killed iii Oran ALGIERS (UPI)--The Secret Army Organization exploded four mortar shells in the Algiers Casbah and murdered two French army officers and a soldier on the streets of Oran Monday in a growing vendetta between the army and the SAO. Witnesses said the SAO apparently fired the mortars from their Bab-El- Oued stronghold, scene of fighting with the French nrmy a week ago. Seven persons were reported injured. The Oran slayings involved three separate street ambushes. Berlin Traffic Cut BERLIN (UPI)--The East German Communists imposed new border-crossing regulations Monday that cut to a trickle the number of West Bcrliners crossing into East Berlin. Long-term passes were canceled for truckers and about 2,000 specialists such as doctors, artists and scientists who had con- tinned to work in East Berlin while living in West Berlin. Businessmen Hit , Delay on Freeway Indecision In deciding the town freeway from Its master route of a freeway proposed across downtown Lung Beach was criticized Monday by Downtown Long Beach As sociales. The group, which last week took Issue with the City Council on the freeway question, issued a newsletter which claimed freeway opponents seek to "isolate the central business district." DLBA estimated failure to build a freeway through the c e n t r a l business district would cost retailers $57 million a year in sales by 1980. POTENTIAL customers will not drive too far out of their way to get to a freeway," DLBA said. It labeled .the proposed Orange route of a crosstown freeway, twice endorsed by DLBA directors, "a lifc-or- death need." The City Council has voice 8 to I to remove the cross- AUTO GLASS INSURANCE DISCOUNT PRICING ANY MAKE OF CAR Marine Glass Cornir 14th I MÂ»iÂ«ollÂ» . 1)0 W. Jlk JtATI }Â·Â»!! plan. "WE MUST urge the State Highway Commission to de- cide on the Pacific Coast Freeway alignment or the entire area from Seventh,Street to Pacific Coast Highway will be blighted." DLBA said. The San Diego Freeway cannot substitute for the crosstown route because hi- ture traffic loads will require both freeways as well as local arterial*, declared the bulletin. pntle as a petal FEDERAL SUPERVISION protects your funds at the CALIFORNIA NATION'S LARGEST FEDERAL FEDERAL SAVINGS SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Â·HO IBM MIOCUTH* I1EYEN OfFICLS 1017 Obispo Ave. GEneva 8-5003 "With a Real Home Atmosphere" NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS IF YOU DO NOT 6EI YOUR REGULAR CARRIER DELIVERED C Independent Â·Â· "ill dtliÂ»tr il lo you iptcidly Our strvict dtpÂ«rtm*nt it cptn until 10 Â«m. wtttdiyl aflj until 10:30 Â«jn. Sundiyt. Ail for thÂ« circulation dipt. LONG EEACH Inaia olfictl HE S-llil Armla, tcllllawcr. foromou.t.. TO i-172I Dog, Cat Control Delayed by Council Dogs and cats won another until reprieve Monday from the City Council's ordinance committee. Because the city attorney's office has not completed drafting amendments, the committee postponed action Pensioners Get New Glasses WITHOUT COST The sime thorough, sincere eye examination (with g l a s s e s fcltcil to llicir cjcs) iÂ« now available (o practically ill pen sinners OAS without cost lo them. Come in and bring your identification can! anil we will K/nUct your KVal uoflcr, iclicic )ou of ill the detail?. DR. MILTON GLINIIUn Optometrist, I I I ' i n c AÂ»c., Ilfjftncll Hlil.i;., Downstairs Phone Hi:mlÂ«l; 6-211 i 30 Yean of Txpcriencc May 7 on a law requiring owners to keep dogs away from lawns, parkways and other landscape properties. The amendment approved last month in principle would supplement the present leash law. Committee members also continued until May 7 proposals to license cats. Deputy. City Atty. Harold Lingle said investigation of similar laws in othrr cities is not complete., A petition signed by 79 persons favoring a cat licensing law was received and filed by. the commilte. Salvation Army Head ' I OS ANr,l-|.F.S (CNS)--l.t. Col. Harold G. Harry of San Francisco has been appointed in command of Salvation Army operations in Southern California, succeeding Col. William Parkings. HE GREW HAIR Btfort KHtksnn Tmtmtnt \A Few Mortthi I-Â»lrr Mr. T. A. Melton, Jr., ef ItolllcUyjburjr, PÂ». (Â«bCTÂ») rÂ»vÂ« fliout 110 minute* of hit Urr.e for an intenrlew with the Erlekion npii'inUtive-- saved and ri-crew hit hair In cnly a few month* with the ucluiive home method. 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