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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - October 13, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaIndependent. Amsterdam Dpi the Netherlands yesterday expelled As soviet ambassador pan expulsion order. A foreign ministry note to the soviet embassy said the government the two diplomats ordered s. Air lean. Rips West on inaction says Stevenson spoke too Lale United nations n. Y african foreign minister Eric Louw assailed intends to take Steps in mos the Powers yesterday cow against Ponomarenko. For failing to defend him when the United nations general Assembly voted an unprecedented censure of his speech. Obviously smarting Over the fact the United states Brit Ain and France had registered no objection before the 67-1 censure Vole was cast Louw toll reporters a statement by i. S. Ambassador Adlai e. Stevenson to the press came too late to do any Good. The foreign minister warned that the censure vote which followed a bitter attack on his government from n Host of enraged Black african Dele pates was certain to trigger demands at Home that South Africa pull out of the . In my said he had informed his government of what had happened and received a wire from Primo minister Hindrik y. Verwoerd supporting his stand. I expect o ret full in Sfrisi colons he said Lizul 1 cannot predict what will happen. I cannot say whether Ihn government in Nicl agree to demands that it tic repealed his charge that the concerted attack on him had been planned by the african slates far in Advance. African delegates were an cored by lome s charge that their governments were. At tacking his regime to divert attention from pitiful eco nomic co Dillons and illiteracy in their own countries. They also resented it when Louw served notice his government would continue its policy of apartheid race Seg matter How the . Felt. Louw said the africans had keyed the situation to such an emotional pitch he did not doubt they would launch a move to oust South Africa from tie . I am Only Louw said that the Western Powers did not scr fit to state their views on the Issue be lore the vote it would have been of much More value if Ambas Sador Sec Venann had Sii Oken from the Rostrum instead of a statement to the press after it was All in declared. The u. A. Britain and France were among nine nations which cast no ballots on the censure proposal by Liberia. Stevenson s statement said the a. S. Rejected Louw s views but supported the rigid of every speaker before the general Assembly to state his trooper s hit acid run probe told of Jice of California Highway patrol commissioner Kra forc Crit Lender yesterday said it is investigating n report that a Highway patrolman who a or Arr o have a Xcvi Diin Idip was involved in a Hil run Auto crash while driving a Paro car. Lieut. John f. Allison Idelli the officer As patrolman Terry k. Gilzean of the my Shasta substation. J Allison said Geraldine John son of Sacramento said her car was Sld swiped Liy the a no Rel car fill inn was driving Early wednesday. Mrs. In Hnsen said was stopped for n traffic list no the time. The lieutenant said mrs. Johnson reported. Gilzean drove Navy from the Accident scene. She said she followed him for two bricks where he slopped at a Bowling Alley parking lot. At the lot mrs. Johnson said git Eean in civilian clothes showed her his identification and was very cooperative and she reported he appeared to have teen drinking but could not say How much the lieutenant said. She said she suffered a whiplash injury to her neck and is being treated by her own physician. Damage to the cars was minor. Allison said Gilzean had driven an old patrol car to Sacra ment and was returning a new one to his honeymoon strike Belfast Ireland Iti business machine factory workers have gone on strike in sympathy with a Bride Groom from their ranks who was fired the company said because he stayed away too Long on his honeymoon. Netherlands expels two soviet officials in defection aftermath t i .1 i .1 to leave Holland by tomorrow night were Trade attach s. W. Two embassy officials Shl Baev and second Secretary a. D. Popov. Tal Eimon Ponomarenko left for Moscow to report on the defection of russian scent is Alexei Golub and the envoy fist fight with dutch police. There were indications the him to Mas. Ambassador had just beat an Ponomarenko s departure my feed by another noisy outburst Al dutch communists cow were so enraged at questions Flung at Pono Marenko one shouted shut up now or Well Bosh your dirty noses the foreign ministry said its decision was prompted by soviet charges at a news con Ference wednesday that dutch authorities note soviet embassy personnel the ambassador himself to have been hib guilty i i Lonc c against of dutch officials Cai trying out ranked their official duties government sources at the Hague predicted an announce ment today declaring Pono Marenko Persona Rion grata for his part in monday s fracas when he led nine other rus sians in a fist fight with air port police. The embassy said Ponomarenko Home Case to attend the communist party Congress next speculation Here was that or. Go whose defection touched the Bailie of. Schipholt High in soviet science. Golub still h Walling for lie dutch government to de cide on ids plea for political Asylum. The soviet embassy charged he was kidnapped but Golub Tow newsmen wednesday he defected of my i will discuss the Golub e in Moscow but 1 expect cd to tie Back Here in two weeks Ponomarenko told news men when he boarded a mos cow bound transport plane. The Airport fight began when Netherlands police took mrs. Golub into custody at the Airport to learn if she was re turning to Moscow of her own free will after her husband asked Lor political Asylum. Ponomarenko led a band of russians into the police office and dragged her out after a fish fight. She was questioned later in the presence of. Pono Marinko and her husband and said she wanted to return Home. She left immediately afterwards. Tho Case was having repercussions in the dutch Parlia ment s o c i r 1 i s i member trans goed smrt has asked Why i Nonin Crnko was Al Lowed to to present he Golubs reunion and sail tills prevented n free Exchange. He also asked Why the so Viet officials were not rested after dragging mrs. Colub from the police Sta Tion. Golub was reported to have told Security police he decided to leave the soviet Union be cause he was not permitted to continue his research into methods of removing strontium do from the human body. Awarded Nickel Memphis 0. Bomar jr., who sued the Mem Phis publishing co. For Mil lion damages for allegedly breaking a contract has been awarded a 5e judgment in . District court. How can it be secret every Brewer knows. There Are two different ways to make Beer Light. One Way is to Cut Down on the amount of hops Grain or malt. And instead add a Little More water. The Burgie Way is to brew the Beer to be Light naturally. And to do this Burgermeiste spends almost twice As much for the one Choice Grain that makes Beer naturally Light. You can taste the difference in today s Burgie. Light. But not watery. Refreshing. But not Wishy Washy. It costs us More Money but that s the Way it has to be. 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