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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspapei th Horn The newspaper that makes oil North lowans MASON CITY GLOBE n e i g h b o r Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Presi United International Full MASON CITY JOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 17 19M Iflc Paper Consists ol Two Sectionssection On No 293 ree Yanks in 1 P i No accord os Hughes VI Ps meet DBS MOTNES Harold Hughes met with Iowa legislative leaders of both parties Friday but they faded to reach agreement on whether to restrict a session of the legislature to nitPlv Sni S if Demociflt told the legislators he defi nitely will call a special session as ordered by a three nhtge Court panel He said the session p rot ably will start in about 30 days the meeting in the gov fo fb6 T AKry GenEvan Hultman a candi elate foi the Republican nomination fo Hughes is expected to seek reelection Fronce tn recognize Red China WASHINGTON France has formally notified the Unit ed States that it ntends to recognize Red China author itative sources said Friday The notification came through normal diplomatic channels The issue was dis cussed by Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Hcrve Al phand the French ambassa RECOGNIZE ZANZIBAR TOKYO Red China rec ognized the Zanzibar republic Friday a Peking broadcast announced dor when the latter called on Rusk earlier this There has been no formal reply to the French notifica tion so far but Rusk and his top aides in talks with A phand made it clear the Unit ed States lakes an extremely dim view of Frances intend ed action Inside The Globe COMMUNITY Chest an nual meeting Thursday Page 6 NEWMAN Mohawks in Page 9 governor legislature has the author in a special session to whatever they want to do r think it is time we seUlecl some of our own problems he added Hughes had asked Hultman whether the court order limited a special session to action only on reapportionment Hughes and leaders of both parties agreed that the special session should be ashort as possible with reapportionment as the main issue They also agreed that it would be best if no controversial is sues were introduced but Re publicans refused to commit themselves to any formal agree ment Sen Robert Rigler RNew Hampton the Senate majority leader said he wants to meet with other GOP senators before making any commitments Republican House leaders agreed Hughes said he probably would announce later Friday annual clash Editorials Clear Lake news Mason City news News stories anger rebels DARESSALAAM Tanganyika UPI Zanzi bar s revolutionary government Friday released two U b diplomats arrested at gunpoint Thursday Zanzibar radio said the man who arrested them has been supplanted as revolutionary president Field Marshal John Okello reported to be a former Kenya Mau Mau member broadcast over Zan iibar radio Friday that he has assumed the office of president of the revolutionary government of Zanzibar i The broadcast said that Sheikh Abeid Karume who had held the post of president since Sunday when a coup toppled the Arabled old Zanzibar regime had oeen appointed vice president Washington reports have said it was Karume vno personally arrested Frederick P Picard III charge d affairs at tne U S Zanzibar embassy and Embassy 3rd Secretary Donald 3etterson following an ani ry outburst by the rebeljl president over what he HIS HELMET TOSSED Lt Col John H Glenn Jr announces his candidacy for the Democratic nom ination for U S Senator from Ohio Glenn the first American to orbit the earth will enter Ohios May 5 primary Glenns mother Mrs Glenn Sr left his wife Annie and other members of the New Concord Ohio family attended the morning news conference at which the astronaut announced his plans Incumbent Sen Stephen M Young DOhio has said he will seek reelection Jr made HAROLD HUGHES the date the special session will start No additional biparti s a n meetings were scheduled imme diately1 Hughes said he does not plan at this time to outline what he would consider reapportionment as acceptable But he added he may offer some guidelines when he ad 4 dresses both houses of the Gsn serai Assembly at the start of 67 the special session Sports news 910 The Federal Court ordcrdd Society news 1112 that one house should be appor omics 15tioncd on a population basis and that any departure from a popu lation basts in the other house should be on a rational basis I dont plan to dictate to the legislature Hughes said Classified pages 1617 North Iowa news 18 LBJ victory on tax bill He added that since he has veto power the Republican controlled legislature probably would be interested in knowing WASHINGTON UPVThe Senwhat of Plan e would fa i ate Finance Committee handed vor COLUMBUS Ohio Col John H Glenn the plunge from the space pro gram to national politics Friday He formally announced he is a candidate for the nomination for US senator from Ohio In a packed hotel ballroom the first American to orbit the earth made his expected an nouncement to newsmen that he will oppose Sen Stephen M Young for the Democratic sen atorial nomination in Ohios primary election next May 5 Glenn 42yearold native Ohioan who made his historic threeorbit trip just short of two years ago on Feb 20 1962 said that as soon as possible he is resigning his commission from the Marine Corps The astronaut said that Con gress is an area in which I have had a lifelong interest To serve in a body whose actions help mold the destiny of Ameri ca and the free world is cer tainly both a challenge and a high calling The purpose of this meeting then is to declare myself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for United States senator from the state of Ohio Glenn never had declared himself as a Republican or Democrat In anticipation of the question Glenn made this statement The party affiliation I have chosen is a natural one since my mother and dad have been Hfelong Democrats But aside from these family ties careful consideration of the current po sitions and leadership of both parties leads me to the choice of the Democratic party I believe President Johnson has presented a program for our nation which a majority of Americans will support In the Senate I would hope to be able to help him reach the objectives of that program The pioneer astronaut ex GLENN Please turn to page 2 Sukarno assures Bobby he will not fight Malaysians KENNEDY the administration its biggest victory on the billion tax cut bill Friday and Chairman Harry F Byrd DVa said his Hughes said he would like to see the reapportionment issue seUled by the quick ly so the filing deadline for can group would finish work on the didalcs this year would not measure next week jhavc to be set back from March The victory came on a 2528 vote to eliminate from the measure the section cutting capital gains rales on profits Hultman explained at the start of the meeting some lech made from sales of assets held at least two years Byrd said after he session Hc saui HndCr lowa law at which this vote was taken has to give only tt f I i nicalities involved in the order He said under Iowa court the 10 TOKYO AP Indonesian President Sukarno in a meet ing Friday with US Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy reaffirmed his intention of seeking a peace ful solution to the Malaysian crisis Kennedys press secretary Edwin Gtithman said after the 90minutc talk that the attorney general and the president agreed the Malaysian dispute should be solved by consulta tion Sukarno also last week in conferences with Philippine President Diosdado Macapagal to seek a peaceful solution of the crisis resulting from their opposition to the new Federa tion of Malaysia thai it is now the consensus of members that they can finish with the bill next week North Iowa Weather outlook Clear to partly cloudy Fri day night and Saturday Lows Friday night in the 20s Highs Saturday 3542 Weather details on days notice for two special elec tions to House if he first special session vacancies in the orders the The attorney general reversed his field on another query raised after the opinion was is sued He said that the court order clearly provides that counties cannot be broken into districts Last Wednesday Hultman had said he legislature could take such action in reapportionins it self said spokesman for the Kennedy Sukarno Sukarno favora ble climate for a future sum meeting established a mit meeting of Sukarno and Macapagal with Prime Minis ter Tunku Abdul Rahman of Malaysia Spokesmen for both Kennedy and Sukarno said their first conversation Friday was very friendly and paved the way for personal exchanges among the three Asian government chiefs involved in the dispute i An American spokesman said1 the talks would continue Satur day after Kennedy breakfasts with the president in Sukarnos hotel suite An be solved through consultations by the parties concerned Kennedys objective is to dis suade Sukarno from seeking to crush the new nation formed SUKARNO Indonesian spokesman I6 natl0 formed talks were carried out ll Bntlsh sponsorship four said the talks were carried out in a friendly smooth way the of Asians the rest of Borneo contends that Malaysia is a form of British colonialism and has pledged to smash it But he joined Maca pagal last Saturday in calling for a peaceful Asian solution by ways for the solution of the problems which should Considered distortion of jvents in Zanzibar by dip omats and newsmen Four American newsmen also vcre arrested by the Zanzibar revolutionary regime They were also released The two US diplomats were reed on orders of Karume Dicard was flown to DarEs ialaam on the East African coast opposite the spice island of Zanzibar The US State Department said the second diplomat Pet SHE1KH KARUME terson was also released but was permitted to remain on Zanzibar He thus became the only American official there All other Americans on the island including personnel of US space tracking station had been evacuated early this tveek Slate Department officials said the four American news nen who were arrested at the same time as the two diplo mats were freed The correspondents w ere dentified as Robert Conley of he New York Times John Vtigent of Newsweek Bill Smith of Time Magazine and Peter Rand described as a special writer for the New York Herald Tribune Conley Smith and Nugent vere said to have been accused y the revolutionary govern ment of sending exaggerated on the situation in Zanzibar Sources here said the news nen were charged with illegal entry and then were ordered confined to their rooms in the lotel until released PICARD PETTERSON An embassy spokesman aid President Karume stormed up to Picard while the diplomat was talking to the four news men at a Zanzibar hotel Thurs day night He charged the newsmen sent out stories full of lies and that Picard had supplied them with false information the em bassy spokesman said Why dont you recognize us Ka rume shouted at Picard ac cording to the spokesman The US and Britain despite requests from the sixday old rebel regime bad not recog nized Karumes government Okello who was reported to lave taken over the presidency las been directing military op eration for the rebel regime since the weekend coup in which an estimated 80 persons vere killed and at least 500 in ured f 1 Photofax NEWSMEN ARRESTED IN ZANZIBAR Among the four American newsmen reported arrested in Zanzibar are John Nugent left of Newsweek Magazine and William E Smith of Time Magazine North Borneo Sukarno whose covmtry holds So around the peace mission who flaw from jWashington and is expected to SO around flip wnrtri nn Vito 5 Yanks die in Viet Nam fight SAIGON Viet Nam US servicemen were killed and three wounded in combat helicopter operations over the Communistinfested Mekong Delta Friday The heaviest toll was in a turbinepowered UH1A that apparently exploded in the air in an op eration 90 miles southwest of Saigon Four were killed and three wounded The other American killed was a doorgunner of an H21 troopcarrying helicopter He was hit by a Communist bullet in another operation He was a private first class The death brought to 95 the number of Amer ican servicemen killed in combat in South Viet Nam since late 1961 US service deaths from all causes world on his echoed that thought on his arrival in Tokyo He apparently sought to avoid the impression that the United States is interfering The attorney general will meet with Macapagal in Manila IVJonday and is expected to go on to Kuala Lumpur the Ma laysian capital and London Kennedy Friday added South Korea o his itinerary announc ing he and his wife would fly Saturday to Seoul for an over night stop He is expected to meet Pres ident Chung Hee Park but he said he is going primarily to visit some of the 50000 Ameri can troops stationed there From Korea Kennedy will fly Sunday to Manila on the second leg of his Malaysia peace mis sion After talks with Macapag al he will leave late Monday or early Tuesday for Kuaia Lumpur to talk with Abdul Rah man PonomaU S treaty meeting is deadlocked PANAMA and with Edwin M Martin the chief the United States remained US negotiator in the effort to resolve the crisis Chiari made no move to deadlocked Friday in their bitter dispute over the Panama Canal Neither government budged an inch but neither government did ry ns threat to call his em anything to make the situationbassv staff home frorr Washing ton and demand the departure of US diplomats from Panama This would complete the rupture of diplomatic relations he broke last Friday during the violence along the Canal Zone in which 19 Panamanians and four US soldiers were killed worse High sources in American and Panamanian official quarters said there was a slight hope that some formula would be found to get the two governments to gether again Reports from Washington said US diplomatic troubleshooters were working behind the scenes in the US capital and in Pan ama Manuel Trucco of Chile chair man of a USPanamanian com mittee established under the aus pices of the Organization of American States met Thursday with Panamanian President Ro berto Chiari and Foreign Minis ter Galileo Soils Later Trucco reportedly mclj SAME   

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