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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspopei Edited for th VOL 103 The newspaper that mokes all North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE preii and United Internttlonil Full MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1964 Home Edition HOe a Paper Consists of Two No 294 Legislators called for new session U S personnel safe after Panama PANAMA fft US Em bassy personnel were housed safely in the Canal Zone Satur day after Panama took the final step in severing diplomatic re lations with the United States Meanwhile Soviet Premier Khrushchev threw Soviet sup port behind the Panamanians and denounced US action in the Canal Zone Most US Embassy staff members and their dependents were evacuated to the Canal Zone Friday night shortly be fore an antiAmerican student demonstration and several hours after Panama said it was re calling the remainder of its diplomatic staff from Washing ton Panama States to asked recall United its embassy LBJ tells Cabinet to use more women WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson has told his all male Cabinet the government is not using the brainpower of American women to theextent it should The day is over when top jobs are reserved for men the President declared Friday dur ing a 25minute discussion on the status of women He sent he Cabinet members back to heir departments to look into the situation In an unusual move Johnson nad called in Undersecretary of Labor Esther Peterson a mem ber of his Status of Women Commission and Eliza beth Carpenter press secretary to Mrs Johnson t o report on women in government Mrs Peterson said she told the Cabinet There is a skill bank in the country from which there have not been sufficient withdrawals skills of many staff fromPanama City but US State Department official said the request did not apply to consular officials Peace Corps volunteers or members of the US Agency for Interna tional Development Because of the exceptions the United States does not regard the break as final US officials also indicated that President Johnsons troubleshooter Ed win M Martin planned to re main in Panama Peace efforts arc expected to continue to loos en a deadlock between the two countries over a 1903 treaty which gave the United States perpetual control over the ca nal President Robert Chiari or dered a break in diplomatic re lations with the United States Jan 10 a day after violence erupted on the Canal Zone but retained some of his diplo malic staff in Washington Panamanian governmen asked Costa Rica to handle Panamanian interests in the United States Costa Rica also will handle diplomatic matters for the United States in Pana ma Khrushchev touring a textile factory in Kalinin 100 miles northwest of Moscow with Cu ban Prime Minister Fidel Cas SORTING LOOT Armed rebelguard watches from tabletop as other rebels on Zanzibar sort looted goods from Arab homes Activity is at sorting center on school grounds near the headquarters of rebel forces Photofax on the island The household goods implements motorbikes and similar al legedly being prepared for later sale to raise funds for the new government V I VIIM tt M13 OfXlJJO lIlUilYi 1 I i 1 educated and trained American ridiculed charges that last weeks riots in the Canal Zone were staged by proCastro Com munists It was not comrade Castro who organized the events in Panama Khrushchev said These events are a result of the predatory policy of United States imperialists in Panama In the Canal Zone memorial services were conducted for four women Later she told newsmen her briefing and appeal for more women in top posts fell on very very receptive ears Johnson was forthright and forceful in his request that more women be brought into high level posts Mrs Peter son reported The President 3 missing after Reds down plane Zanzibar renaming suggests link to Reds ZANZIBAR W The revo ANTHONY DE ANGELiS Charge two in vegetable oil scandal lo improve the caliber of its pol icymaking people and is look ing for persons with ideas im agination and durability Mrs Peterson said habit and tradition in federal service had resulted in men only in upper bracket jobs until Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy recently is sued a directive for advance ment on merit without regard to sex Some of the Cabinet mem bers reported to the President that they were already putting women in many posts SAIGON Viet Nam AP iutionary regime Saturday offi cially renamed this East Afri can island nation The Peoples Republic of Zanzibar Censored dispatches from Zanzibar did not make clear whether adoption of the Comwell being the Soviet news JERSEY CITY NJ Anthony DcAngelis central fig ure in a SlOOmillion vegetable oil scandal was in jail Saturday charged with defrauding a tank storage concern of nearly million I Also in jail similarly charged was Joseph Lomuscio a former employe of the storage firm Superior Court Judge Robert Matthews originally set bail for each at the amount allegedly owed the plaintiff Later after hearing pleas from the defendants law yers he agreed lo reduce the bail to for DeAngclis and for Lomuscio DcAngelis president of the Allied Crude Vegetable Oil Refin ing Corp of Bayonne which went bankrupt two months ago said it was important cspeciallyJAmerican soldiers killed in last when the government is trying weeks riots which also claimed the lives of 19 Panamanians Sentence two on charge of manslaughter CHEROKEE UP Two Chero ee men have been sentenced o prison for the death of a hotel lerk they took for a ride in tie country to rob Douglas Hoeppner 28 plead d guilty Friday to manslaugh er and was sentenced by Dis rict Court Judge James P elly to eight years in the Slate and Lomuscio Friday Harbor Tank were arrested was one of a haU dozen companies that went bankrupt in the wake of Allieds financial collapse More than 50 companies have been affected Lomuscio formerly was em ployed as a custodian by Har btr Tank The complaint said the alleged fraud hart put Harbor Tank nearly million in debt to holders of false warehouse re ceipts issued in Harbor Tanks tame Nolan said the receipts appear to have been used by Al lied or by companies which got them from Allied as the basis for loans from banks and finan cial houses MARX DIES NEW YORK A Marx 78 an architect who left a transcontinental trail o department stores art museums and fancy ballrooms died Fri day Bobby sees end to rift in Malaysia TOKYO Gen Rob crt F Kennedy predicted Sat urday that the disputants in the Malaysian crisis will gather around the conference table to settle their differences Kennedy President Johnson peacemaker in the dispute wound up an initial round o talks with Indonesias Presiden Sukarno Malaysias principa opponent At a news conference Ken nedy said he will confer agai with Sukarno in Jakarta next Wednesday after an exchange of views with President Diosda Macapagal of the Philippines n Manila and Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman of Malay ia in Kuala Lumpur Kennedy appearing with In donesias Foreign Minister Su jandrio said an Asian summit meeting of Malaysia Indonesia and the Philippines is very pos siblc The Philippines which claims Communists shot down a US Army escort helicopter in the Mekong Delta battle Saturday and two American servicemen and a British colonel aboard it were reported missing and fear ed dead The helicopter a rocketfiring UH1A was downed near the mouth of the Mekong River It was believed to have been hit in the tail rotor Two crew men were fished out of the wat er near the crash site They apparently were not hurt Five US helicopter crewmen were killed and three wounded Friday in operations supporting a Vietnamese government cam paign to crush Red bases in the delta Britain maintains a small milin the 1964 elections itary advisory mission in South The Republican party mus Warns GOP of using race in election SALT LAKE CITY AP Michigan Gov George Romney warned Friday night the Re publican party will be renounc ing its heritage if it tries to muniststyle name meant the revolutionary leaders intended to set up a Communist regime The proclamation came as he Soviet Union joined other lommunist and African nations n rebel govern ment thatdeposed the sultan ol lanzibar and his Arabdominat ed regime last Sunday take advantage of racial strife Viet Nam The missing colonel was believed to have been an observer from that mission Calls for blood donors were broadcast by the US Armed Forces Radio station as casual ties were flown northward to Saigon from the delta not exploit racial or religious prejudices in order to gain a victory at the polls he said To do so would be to dis avow the heritage of Abraham Lincoln to destroy part of th heritage of America and t renounce the spiritual heritag The US fatalities Friday th JudeoChristian world agency Tass reported On Thursday Karume angrily denounced the United States for failing to recognize the new government and ordered the ar rest of U S Consul Frederick P Picard III After being kept under guard at his home Pic ard was ordered expelled Fri day The expulsion left only one To meet Feb 24 on remap Must be done before election DES MOINES AP Iowa legislators and legislative offi cials were being summoned back Saturday from the far corners of tbe earth for a spe cial session starting Feb 24 to reapportion the legislature Gov Harold Hughes issued a proclamation calling the special session Friday in conformance with a federal court order to the legislature to reapportion itself temporarily primarily on a population basis in time for this years elections The special session is to begin at 10 am Monday Feb 24 It is the states first extra session since 1947 when the lawmakers cut the state income tax rate in half tf the legislators adopt the kind of reapportionment plan ordered by the court it isnt ikely to meet with the general approbation that the spe cial sessions tax cut received Defiant rumblings already tiave been heard from some small county spokesmen against the court ruling A bitter battle is in prospect ns legislators from theless populous counties seek to retain as much control of the general assembly as they In a message to Zanzibars Abeid Karume Soviet u s diplomat in Zanzibar where the United States has a satellite tracking installation All other Americans have been evacuated The official is Don ald K Petterson the embassys hird secretary He was re Premier Khrushchev expressed lope for good relations between their countries and wished the people of Zanzibar successin strengthening national independ ence and also progress and Inside Based from house day The Globe INTERNATIONAL Jaycee president coming Page 10 MOHAWKS defeat New man 6954 Page 13 arrest Fri Picard is now in Dar Sa aam Tanganyika under State D epartment instructions to make no comments on the expulsion Four American newsmen Pi card had tried to defend in an argument with Karume also left Zanzibar Friday Their dis patches had incurred Karumes wrath The government Saturday re laxed restrictions on four other can The threejudge federal court panel has held the present ap portionment of legislative seats in which about 28 per cent of the population elects a majority of the House and less than 36 per cent a majority of the Sen ate to be invidiously discrimi natory against the states more jopulous areas i It declared unconstitutional the 1904 constitutional ment which set up the basic ap portionment of the present leg slature and the 1928 amend ment which limited each county o only one senator It ordered the legislature to Jcnilcntiary j raised to 173 the number of he added Gary Sands 23 was sentenced i Americans dead from all cans Romney addressed approxi o a oneyear term at the penies in Viet Nam in the last twoimatelv 1150 Persons attending cntiary after he pleaded guilty o a charge of obstructing jus ice The frozen body of the hotel clerk Leonard B a b b 57 of Cherokee was found Monday in a ditch beside a county road northeast of here An autopsy showed death was caused by a brain hemorrhage DIDNT MAKE IT MILWAUKEE Wis Rodney Riley 25 didnt make it to the church in time for his wedding day Riiey was arrest ed Friday and charged with falsely swearing in a marriage iccnse application that he hac not been married before the Malaysian state of formerly British North Borneo opposes the new federa tion but less vehemently than Indonesia Sukarno regards Ma laysia as a form of British neo colonialism North Jowq Weather outlook Cloudy windy and warmer Saturday night with lows 23 to 32 Cloudy and mild Sunday with highs in ears 9 Combat deaths The cruiser Providence flag ship of the US 7th Fleet eased up the Saigon River on a good vill visit B26 fighterbombers rovided air cover Aboard ship wo giant terrier missiles were at the ready and Marines at jattle stations alert for trouble from Communist guerrillas With the 7th fleet commander Vice Adm Thomas H Moorer was US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge whoboarded the 10670ton warship by helicopter The ship was a pointed re minder of the power the Unitec States could throw into Vie Nams civil war totaled a Republican fund aising dinner As he spoke nearly 200 civil rights advocates demonstrated peacefully out side The Michigan governor shook hands with many of the rickets on his arrival at the Banquet hall He told one Negro demonstrator Youre for civi rights Im for civil rights too PLANS SURGERY LONDON Duch ess of Windsor returned Satur day to the hospital here whicl removed a scar from her fac in 1959 to undergo further fa cial surgery an undisclosec nature come up with a temporary plan of reapportionment in time for candidates for legislative seats to run for election in the new districts this year It decreed that one house must be based on population and any depar ture from population in the oth er house must be on a rational basis Hughes said he hopes the leg islature can come up with an acceptable plan within a month JAssociatcd Press Reuters that the Mrch 28 deadline British Broadcasting Corp andjfor filing for the June primary Editorials 4lne Tanganyika Standard They election will not have to be set were to thdr hoteljback rooms Friday I But others estimated it may news 67 A government spokesman said tak around six weeks or even HANCOCK COUNTY pre J t pares for liquor election cor respondents representing The L A 1c rniTPitr IMP Newman Surveyor Church Clear Lak news 8 Society news 1011 Sports news 1314 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Comics 18 Business news 1920 Classified pages 2021 North Iowa hey were now allowed to move about freely However censorship remains in effect and no other newsmen are be ing Allowed to enter Zanzibar for the present Field Marshal John Okello news 2227 a former member of the Man Man terrorists in Kenya and leader of the African Na tionalists who overthrew the CHICAGO UPI Police in sultan announced in a broad TICKET PLANES r banned suburban Park Ridge nextcast Friday night all month are to begin ticketingpublications had been airlines whose low flying planesjfor their reporting of the revo violate the villages new noiselution abatement ordinance Military doctors to meet WASHINGTON Wl The De fense Departments top medical officers may decide next week on a line of action concern ing cigarette smoking among the 27 million men and women in the armed forces The Pentagon told The Asso ciated Press Saturday that Dr Shirley C Fisk its health direc tor will meet Wednesday with the surgeons general of the Army Navy and Air Force They will talk over the Pub lic Health Service report which linked cigarette smoking to some forms of cancer and other diseases Each of the chief military doctors is expected to outline recommendations he is making to his own service secretary and then to discuss with Fisk what the Defense Department common policy and line of ac tion should be the Pentagon said Whether any new policy di rectives will be issued remains to be determined it added It was stressed that the meet ing was not specially called but was regularly scheduled During the two years the Public Health Service report was in preparation the Defense Department policy was to wait and read it before acting the department said We now have read it There has been no one policy on cigarette smoking for all the services Each has set its own As long ago as September 1962 the Air Force surgeon gen eral banned cigarettes from flight lunch boxes and refused to accept them for free distri bution to patients in Air Force hospitals That policy still is in effect The Army and the Navy have imposed no restrictions and there is no certainty that they do so A government spokesman de ied reports Okello had ousted Carume as president The spokesman described Okello as head of the revolu ionary forces including the army under the president Effigy painless governor claims DENVER UPI Gov John ove of Colorado told reporters Friday that being hanged in effigy is painless A stuffed dummy titled Gov Love was found hanging on the University of Colorado cam pus in Boulder apparently as protest of Loves plans to in crease tuition at colleges and universities Love said the hanging was his first and I didnt even know it was going on V more to do the job especially f much squabbling develops Gov Hughes v proclamation Friday found some legislators at widely separated points Carroll Lane secretary of the Senate got the word in Texas where he was vacationingafter a trip to Mexico He started home immediately Rep Charles Bailoun RTole do was in Europe Notification special session wasgiven travel agent for relay to im Other legislators were re iorted to be in Florida and else vhere in the South Hughes met with legislative eaders and Atty Gen Evan Hultman Friday in an attempt o reach an agreement on vhether to limit the session to dealing with reapportionment r to take up other issues as well Both Republican and Demo cratic legislative leaders said hey hoped the session could be short and 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