Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
Page 17
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r P»g« A-IWNDEfENOENT The World Around Zanzibar Orders Out Diplomats ZANZIBAR {UPI)--President Abeid Karume Wednesday gave American and British diplomats 24 hours to leave Zanzibar because Washington and London have not recognized the new regime in this Island republic off the east coast of Africa. U.S. Charge d"Affaires Donald Petersen and British High'Commissioner Timothy Crosthwait were summoned to the Beitelajaib, the secretariat bunding of the New People's Republic of Zanzibar, to be present at a meeting of the cabinet. Karume received the two diplomats separately. He told them that.'in view of the delay m recognition cf his new regime by the United States and Britain, he was requesting their departure within 24 hours. CPetersen is the second US. charge d'affaires to be expelled since the Jan. 12 revolt which overthrew the government of Arab Sal ton Seyyid Jamshid bin Abdolla.) The British diplomat said Karume told him his ouster was a political question only for Zanzibar and that the administration still wants British citizens to remain on the island. Eye Military Cuts GENEVA (UPI--Western officials turned Wednesday to military budget cuts as the most promising immediate area for negotiations with the Soviet Union at the Geneva disarmament conference. The next formal conference session is today. The Soviet Union and neutral nations at the conference have called for reductions in military spending. --Jkneclrtl frra WIr»ohof« MARRIED British actor Peter Sellers, 36, and his bride, Swedish actress Britt Ekfund. 21, leave register office after wedding Wednesday in Guilford, England. Reds Suffer Losses VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI) -- North Vietnamese-backed Pathet Lao forces suffered reveries in heavy fighting in central and southern Laos, it was reported Wednesday. Right-wing Gen. Phoumi Nosoran said the tide was turning. 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