Independent from Long Beach, California on March 14, 1966 · Page 8
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p lgt A-8--INDEPENDENT L "" ".**· cm " *"*"·· **·"* M ' IN4 The World Around French Set Wave of Strikes services. The government Is offering public servants wage in- creases close to 5%. The unions are demanding a minimum 6%. President bor Confederation and · the on the association's'heuuquar- Gathollc Democratic Labor ters in downtown Paris on| Confederation threatened to Tuesday. Sunday with a wave of strikes broaden the agitation. PARIS-(UPI) -Charles. de Gaulle faced : a massive new labor challenge set for the coming two weeks. The strikes were ordered by clation's veto on wage talks, unions following continued refusal by. the government to meet long-standing wage demands. They will mainly hit private industry. A blunt refusal of the French Employers Association Saturday night to open talks on immediate wage hikes with the Communist General La- Despite the employer asso- union officials decided to call They are certain to find the| Isi-aeli in Iiidia T/EL AVIV, Israel (ffl -Israeli President-Zalman Sha- zar left Sunday for India on his way to Nepal, where he will start a week-long state visit Tuesday. gates to the building closed. But the.employers' refusal to| eceivo them is 'expected to ;ive unions a powerful .'arm n unleashing larger strikes. De Gaulle was understood :o have issued orders to gov-l emment services not to yield I to union pressure in public! WITH A BEAUTIFUL SHAPE RING OF FIRE OFF VIET NAM A circle of fire is formed momentarily as the fivGrinch guns of U.S. destroyer Samuel J. Moore blast Viet Cong supply areas in Phuoc Tuy.province of South Viet Nam. Hindu Mobs Riot for 3rd Day NEW DELHI (UPI)--Hindu mobs clashed with police in the Sikh holy city of Amritsar Sunday in the third consecutive day of rioting. A 15ryear-old student was killed and four other students wounded, two seriously, when police.fired on the demonstrators. The students were protesting a fed-. " believed to have played a key-role in designing the life support systems for animal and human passengers in : Soviet eral government decision to establish a Punjabi-speaking state. Other rioting was reported in Jullundar and Ludiana, both in the Punjab in the northwestern corner of India, but there were no immediate reports of casualties. Indian n ews a g e n c y reports said .the rioting mobs set fire to several buildings in Amristar and other cities, a 22-hour curfew was placed on Jullun- dar following Sunday's riots. Russ Honor Scientist MOSCOW OW--All top Soviet leaders Sunday signed an.obituary of Norair Sisakiyan, 59, and indicated for the first time his key role in the Soviet space program. The obituary was signed by Communist Party Leader Leonid I. Brezhnev, Premier Alexei N. Kosygin, President Nikolai V. Podgomy, former President Anastas I. Mikoyan, and all other members of the 12-man ruling presidium of the Soviet Communist Party. Such an array of leaders signing an obituary is an honor reserved only for outstanding figures. The obituary notice-mentioned that Sisakiyan made a big contribution to "the formation and.development of a new science--space biology." He was space satellites. Kenya Plot Foiled NAIROBI Kenya (UPI)--Kenyan defense minister Dr. Njornge Mungai said Sunday night he had uncovered a Communist plot to overthrow-the government of anti-leftist President Jomo Kenyatta. 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