Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 30, 1963 · Page 5
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July 30, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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TUES13AV, '.JOL* 30, 1963 ALTON EVENING PAGE FIVE De Gaulle Not i Planning Ahead By MM1MI MAHLOW PNSM New* Analyst WASHINGTON (AP)»- Drench President Charles de Gaulle, In front 6f a splendid fed silk cur- tfllii, talked to a news conference 80 minutes Monday end brushes off as it it were stupid one ot, the moat important questions. He wad asked his ideas about a successor. 06 "datiUe, 72, has another three years to go as president, When he took power five years ago, France, in political chaos since World War 11, was teetering toward civil war. Politics were a nightmare. After five years, he has failed to achieve lasting political reform or to provide for what comes after him, He once said: "After me, a mess." " "" Thus, while his whole career has been dedicated to the restoration of French grandeur and Influence, he has done 'little to make sure France after him will have the stability necessary to en dure. For this reason, he gives the Impression of a mystlt: trying to play a celbstlal slot machine. For years he has pulled the lever, seeking the right combination to fit his dreams: u now Europe under French leadership, a firm new relationship with Germany, perhaps u new relationship with the Soviet Union and an undeniable place for himself in history. II has eluded him. • But he nclH and talks, as he did Monday, us if it were only a matter of lime wlmn somehow, perhaps because it's De Gaulle wishing it so, he will give the s lever magic pull and hear that tinkling, tumbling sound that means a jackpot. Three years ago in Washington, to Congress and newsmen, he niade easing relations with the Soviet Union "paramount." , That was just three weeks be< fore Premier Khrushchev broke up the summit conference in Paris with De Gaulle, President Dwight D. Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. ' But last week Khrushchev finally agreed with the United States and Britain on a nuclear lest ban in .the atmosphere, outer space and. under water. De Gaulle wanted no part of it. He said the world situation hasn't changed "one whjt." He said France would not join. Khrushchev last week talked "of an East - West nonaggression pact. Maybe it's a pipe dream. But De Gaulle made it impossible by «aying France wanted no part of that, either. He said France treasures the Western Alliance nations. But he's unhappy with NATO, the military organization which gives the alliance meaning. He said France will go on making nuclear weapons, unless the United States and the Soviet Un ion destroy theirs. This is so far in the future It's invisible. So France has a good excuse, by De Gaulle's reasoning, to go on making weapons. On June 25 President Kennedy pledged in Germany — certainly for the benefit of France — to risk the destruction of American cities in defense of Western Europe. Two days later De Gaulle told whal he thought of this through liis information minister, Alain Peyrefitte, who warned Europe against trusting its security completely and Indefinitely to the United States. He said no one knows whal Washington's policy will be 10 years from now, after Kennedy's presidency, and mentioned that American neutrality in 1914 and 1939 do not inspire confidence now, By this same reasoning of De Gaulle i't would be impossible for the Uiiiled Stales lo trust France as an ally for in 10 years De Gaulle also probably will be gone and even he doesn't know what kind of France there will be then. State Aid Chief Will Visit Here Alton Supervisor Stephen B, Kennedy is looking toward to a visit to his office tomorrow or Wednesday ( by Peter W. Cahlll, supervisor of methods and procedures for the new Illinois Department of Public Aid. Cahill, former executive secretary of the now superseded Illinois Public Aid Commission and now an executive of Its successor slate department. Js, expected to check over the procedures used here in proqeMlng -and record Keeping on general assistance. Cahill left the iPAO'a year ago, but with indications he might later return to the itote'a public aid service. * The Alton township relief office has long hold an outstanding record with the.rtata In. ttw matter of its record* . and procedure! wWcft were kept to strict confer. jjiity to the state regulations. The .Altpn township office operates under the state rules in order to qualify for sate financing assistant when; nested In connection with It* gwal assistant!* caw load. _, - , The township supervisor is also iu.pwvi«0r .of .general assistance. 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