Independent from Long Beach, California on February 24, 1964 · Page 16
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 16

Long Beach, California
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Monday, February 24, 1964
Page 16
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t-4-lNOE?END£rT ; The World Around U.S. Recognizes Zanzibar Regime ZANZIBAR CITY, Zanzibar CB-rThe United States, Great Britain and six British commonwealth nations recognized Sunday the new leftist government of Zanzibar--a nation U.S. leaders now feel may move toward neutrality rather than into the Communist orbit.. ' In Washington the State Depart- \ · ,,: . ' . , ment said the first two VS. diplomats ' g J lee Death Strip new back to Zanzibar City Sunday. coErnNGEN. Germany (WI) " Eight young East Germans, who wanted to avoid being drafted into the army, Sunday crawled across the mine-infested Communist "death strip" to West Germany in three separate groups, authorities said. West German border police said the. three groups, all made up of IS- to 20- year-old men, apparently did not know of the other's escapes. But aH said they fled to avoid being drafted into the East Germany army, police said. , Three of the refugees were from Boesekendorf, the East German village almost deserted when several families fled to the West in the winter of 1961, police said. Two other,'refugees were from a nearby village and also crossed in the Goettingen area, while the remaining · three fled across another sector of the East-West German frontier near HiMe- sheim. police said. East, West Clean Up BERLIN «V-British and Soviet soldiers teamed lip Sunday to clean the Russian war memorial grounds in West Berlin of snow and dirt. East-West differences were put aside for an hour as the Britons rolled up the barbed wire which usually surrounds the big memorial to protect it from possible destruction by West Berliners. Russian solders swept the grounds and loaded the snow and debris into wheelbarrows pushed by Britons, who usually guard the memorial, which is in the city's British sector. completing restoration of relalions in-; terrupted by a Jan. 12 uprising that overthrew the former sultanate. The diplomats are Frank Carlucd, designated charge d'affairs. and Donald K. Petterson. who had stayed behind in Zanzibar after the ouster of all other VS. officials, one \-irtually with a gun in his back. Petterson was in turn ez- pelled last Thursday. The British high commissioner also was ousted Thursday for the same stated reason--too long a delay by both the United States and Britain in recognizing the revolutionary government established by President Abeid Karume. Zanzibar, famous in legend and history u the Spice Island and a former focal point in the slave trade. lies off the east coast of Africa about *00 miles south of the equator. Canada. 1 Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia. Pakistan and India also recognized the Karume government. . * Khan to Yisil China LAHORE, Pakistan tfl -- Pakistan, a US. military ally, Sunday pledged "friendly cooperation" with Communist China and announced President Mohammed Ayub Khan will visit Peking. The announcement came in a joint communique issued after three days of private talks between Ayub and visiting Red Chinese premier Cfcou En-lai in Rawalpindi. The communique also reaffirmed Pakistan's support of Peking's drive for a seat in the United Nations. This stand was made plain last week by President Ayub who said the world body won't be representative of mankind until it includes Red China. No date was given for Ayub's visit to Peking. The communique said only the president had accepted Chou's Invitation "with pleasure." Peace Effort Fails JAKARTA. Indonesia (JPi--A Philippine effort to solve the Malaysia crisis virtually collapsed Sunday night on the heels of shooting along the cease-fire line separating Indonesian-backed guerrillas and a Malaysian-British force. This was reported by an informed source after a meeting between foreign secretary Salvador Lopez of The Philippines and Deputy Premier Subandrjo of Indonesia. Subandrio also is foreign 'minister. Bonier Plan Spurned LAGOS. Nigeria (UPI--Somali Foreign Minister Abdullar Issa said Sunday he will ask the Organization for African Unity (OAU) for a team of observers to oversee the tense cease-fire along the border between Somalia and Ethiopia. Ethiopian Foreign Minister Ketemi Yifru rejected the idea. Panama Chief Sees Riots I Unless Treaty Revised i - ' ,' KEW YORK CB -- Presi-j"cjuestion is how far can the dent Roberto F. .Chiari of (President jo and really how Panama said Sunday, riots flr he Is willing to and demonstrations · against) ._. the United States will so- 1 evitably erupt again ia his 'country unless a new Panama 3 Canal treaty is adopted. ' --AHOclift* frra WlrwhoW PRINCE GREETS FIANCEE Crown Prince ConsUntine of Greece greets his 17-year-old fiancee. D-.nish Princess Anne- Marie, on her arrival ia Athens Sunday. She came to visit King Paul of Greece, recovering from ukcr surgery. Constantine, 23. was proclaimed regent of Greece. A T 5 Savannah Has Barnacles GALVESTOM. Tex. W1 -- j'Jje s-jclear ship Savannah be-j M1 Several tons of barnacles and fore it can reach top per-** sea-growth reed to be fa-nance. · JApril 1 for the scraping opera- scraped from the bottom of Opt. D a v i d McMichael. tion. ' "And it will be worse | every -time." he said., "be- 1 cause the distance between the two countries will b* widening and widening." I .The president discussed the dispute that led to hots last month in an appearance on a 1 television It was filmed in Panama last week. 1 Chiari said 'the disorders' were rooted in the 1903 canal treaty and tinless it is re-; vised they will occur again and again, perhaps within open and frank discussion and negotiate with Panama on a treaty, on a new basis." Asserting that a meeting between the two might "pay dividends." 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