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Independent, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaBreak Over Colony seen tit toe Sutto Washington. The toll of the French government is viewed Here As making a pub lie u5. Break with France Over the Fate of Algeria Al a most inevitable officials said yesterday. If As expected a right Wing French government is formed and adopts a Strong stand against any further conces Sions to algerian rebels it will be impossible for the United states to go along with its North Atlantic treaty ally. Not Only officials said be cause it would identify this country with repressive colonialism hut because it is Felt that a repressive French pol icy is wrong and self defeat ing. The mildly reformist pro Gram for Algeria put Forward by the toppled government of Premier Maurice Bourges Maunoir was the very mini mum that the United states could bring itself to go along with although reluctantly it is this country s conviction that even this was a half measure far enough i to bring real peace. But As one official put it with anything Short reformist program we will not even have the slightest excuse to support the French in the it is bound to be a humdinger consider ing the deep feelings of the French in the matter officials say end of draft unlikely they Nejiu in c bound to be brought to a head Security when the algerian question comes to the United nations. Tics 10 Lite Iii lakh this time the split Between Czechoslovakia for the coun the general Assembly s Choice of the America and France will come into the open and certainly one of the results will be fur ther deep stresses in nato Alliance. It would not Surprise servers Here if the algerian Issue ended in a French walk out from the United nations. Advance1 in Equality Meany new York. Ins Al Cio president George Meany told the United nations yester Day the United states is engaged in a great Advance toward racial Equality despite the Little Rock school integration the Trade Union chief a member of the Tion. Frankly Dis cussed America s racial prob lems in a speech to the . Assembly s 82 nation social committee. We Don t nude he admitted there were discrimination intolerance and bigoted customs everywhere in some degree but added let in assure you we do not hide reaction but fight these to Meany s Long statement was mostly Lauda tory from other delegations. One key asian Diplomat said if All nations were As will ing As the United states to publicly admit their shortcomings it would be much easier to arrive at understanding in the r Meany said that in Ameri can labor unions Federal employment and armed forces Herald Tribune news sen ice elation seems groundless fori Ous relatively then As Washington. Recent several reasons. Are now. Manpower cuts in the armed first they said this ton can get a few More forces Are most unlikely would have great difficulty men to enlist when the jobs bring an end to the draft in maintaining without the Aren t so easy or the pay so selective service officials said draft even an armed Force of he went on but i think yesterday. To men. Far we would Nave Plemmy of 000-Man cuts Are effected. Mol e than men in the defense Secretary Charles services without the e. Wilson said the same thing in effect when he told a news conference aug. 15, "1 think personal service the Inland Telephone co., of Caledonia mo., is a one Man affair. President of the com Pany is Robert Wilcox who also is business manager installation and repair Man and switchboard operator. He has 370 customers. The Independent i oct. -3 Muty modern Ramo ass f. N. Under the administration s Economy drive to reduce City goes to the dogs Sudy Biggie tells her bulldog Friend Eastico Sara Nade that Shell be rooting for her at the Pasadena Kennel club s 50th anniversary All Breed dog show sunday at Brookside Park. The dog owned by Paul Mckay of Altadena will be among More than 1000 dogs com Peting for awards in the show held in conjunction with the 11 the annual Kasanita obedience club obedience trials. Judging begins at . Japan beats out czechs for seat on in Council defense spending two cuts of men each in the authorized strength of the armed services have been announced. This has led to some draft will be necessary As lation that the draft might belong As we keep of perhaps abandoned. Anything Lik the present num i officials at National Selee Ber of people in service. Tive service Headquarters Here the country had diff said however that such specs Cuilty to maintain a Force of Public invited i to open House j Loyola University will hold House from 2 and 4 . Sunday. Mass will be celebrated at 11 . Refreshments will follow at noon. Exhibits will be shown in the Library and gymnasium and a tour will be conducted through two current building projects m a 1 o n e memorial student Center and Desmond Hall. Thursday s plat veal cutlet pan Viggiana italian Spaghetti fresh Garden peat 2.00 137 so. Lake ave., Pasadena so closed sundays by 3-30m new York. Ins Japan won the role of spokesman for Asia in the United nations yesterday with election to the Council Des Pite Strong opposition from Russia which backed satellite cil. The Tokyo government to succeed the Philippines in the 11-na of Tion Council Drew immediate protest from the soviet Union a statement issued by for eign minister Andrei Gromyko s delegation shortly after Japan s election by secret bal lot in the 82-nation Assembly bristled with charges that the . Charter had been violated and with protests again open discrimination 1 again Eastern Europe. On arms body Japan polled 55 votes while Czechoslovakia received Only 25. Election to the Council a greatly to the work Here. Japan is playing a leading role for peace in Asia and through out the the soviet Union charged in its statement that Japan was elected in open violation of the charter of the United it added such actions undermine authority and importance1 the world organization. Cleaning special men before the korean War without the d r a f Wilson continued. Times were not As Prosper offer Good Only september 16 thru oct. 5 a Thun 443 s. Raymond Pasadena or and Tomari Cally placed japanese delegates on the . Disarm Ament commission for the first time. The United states which scored an important Diplomat Victory in the election of a at the Samp to rep won a Strong ally two years in the Council joined Britain and others in hailing the vote for Tokyo As Well As for Canada and pan Ama. All three were elected on the first ballot a Sharp contrast to the situation two years ago when 39 secret ballots Over a six week period failed to solve the deadlock Between the Philippines and Yugoslavia. The impasse was solved by a horse Trade in which they split the Erm each serving a yeat Panama which topped the is with 74 votes and Canada the Choice of 72 governments can be counted on to support the United states in major cold War issues in the Council the election of Japan takes on greater significance in that nationalist China As a Perma nent member has been com Lodge said the United states is delighted Over the Japa Nese election. He added we were one of the first to Advance the idea that Japan be a member of the noun ii. We took very great interest in working for Japan s election. We think Japan will add a great Deal to the Council. Japan s leaders have qualities of statesmanship Wisdom and courage that will contribute anti social practices have been completely eliminated or he com. Are rapidly disappearing Over the to put the school Tegra i Jion problem into perspective ambassador Hirv Cabot he said that 31 of the 48 states have now integrated their school systems while 10 others Are moving toward the elimination of segregation. He described the Federal government s action in Little Rock As protecting the rights of the individual under decisions of the supreme court. Meany praised the Mil Lions of acting individually or through vol. Unitary associations who he said were largely responsible for Progress in civil and human rights. But even More important he added is the fact that the people of the United states and their government have an open and Active National policy against race Strickson Kite held in Arcitio Arcadia. Final rites for Henry p. Strickson 79, Resi Dent of Arcadia for 37 years were held yesterday at the Glasser and Miller Chapel. A retired Marine Engineer Strickson was born in slow Market England. He was a charter member of Arcadia Lodge 547 and Arcadia chapter order of the Eastern Star. He died saturday at his Home 1304 s. 8th ave. He is survived by his widow Edna m. Strickson and two Sisters and two Brothers in England. Jobless labourer lolled in murder of loan official Compton. Cons a 35 year old unemployed labourer who bragged to friends that something he was about to do would appear in the newspapers was booked yesterday on suspicion of murdering Max Shayne 45-year-old former loan company official. Del. It. A. M. Thomas Saiu Earl f. Matlock of los an Geles was taken into custody at his Home after two Small boys reported they had seen my talking to Shayne in a Bright Orange coloured Cadillac parked on a Compton Side Street. Thomas said Palice beat ing the Bushes had discovered that Mallock had spent monday paying off in debts to various people. We Are convinced to to the limit Kupect in the kill Thomas said. Your free interest insured savings your savings earn More with absolute safety at investors savings. Each account is insured to and watched Over by experienced management. You receive your Choice of the gifts pictured Here when you open your account of or More or add a like amount to an existing account. Sorry limit one gift per family. 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