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Phones 488043 488998 Momo Heims a i Bolivia first test for Torres la Paz Bolivia Friday Aap Reuter. After Only one Weck in Power nationalist bolivian president Juan Jose Torres has run into a confrontation with his left Wing worker allies who occupied tin mining Headquarters near Here. Militant workers in Oruro the Centre of Boli via s Staple tin mining Industry 150 Miles from Here took Over on wednesday night the buildings of the state mining corporation comi Bol and announced plans for its total reorganisation. The miners members of the 400,000 Strong left Wing bolivian workers confederation led by vet eran socialist or Juan Lechin disbanded the special mines police and charged that comi Bol Adir istra tors were Privily. E de bureaucrats causing a massive drainage of re sources necessary for production. General Torre who seized Power with workers help by defeating a right Wing army revolt on oct 7, has sent a commission of top government officials to Calm the miners who have not returned to work since the rightist Mutiny. I Argentine crisis Buenos Aires Fri Day Aap. The four month old military government of president Levingston appeared yesterday to have weather edits first Cabinet crisis the associated press reported. Three ministers submitted resignations on tuesday and yesterday apparently in a dispute Over economic policy. President Levingston accepted two of the Resig nations but took no action in the third. Interim president Anwar Sadat of Egypt casts his vote on thursday in the presidential election in his native Village of Meir Abou Al Kom near Cairo. Aap a Cable picture. Poll confirms Sadat Beirut Friday Aap. Or Anwar Sadat one of the late president Nasser s closest comrades was formally proclaimed today presi Dent of Egypt for the next six years Cairo radio reported. The 51-year-old or Sadat who has been act no As president since president Nasser s death on september 28, was Given a 90.4 per cent yes vote in a National referendum yesterday the radio re ported. The Interior minister or Shaarawi Gomaa announced the results of the referendum at a press con Ference broadcast live by the state radio. Or Gomaa said 85 per cent of eligible voters turned out with 6,432,587 saying yes and 711,252 no to or Sadat with 13,814 votes being declared void. Or Sadat had been voted in As president Gamal Abdel Nasser s successor by 90.4 per cent of the voters or Gomaa added. Middle East no Accord on Extension of ceasefire new York Fri Day Aap Reuter. Egypt and the us reached no agreement on. Extending the Middle East ceasefire beyond november 7 in ministerial bilateral talks in new York yesterday us officials re ported. The Secretary of state or Rogers met the egyptian foreign minister or Riad for nearly two hours in. The Waldorf Astoria hotel in the first High level Contact Between the two governments since president Nasser s funeral. Or Riad also said no specific agreements were reached but told reporters that Cairo was willing to extend the us sponsored 90-Day ceasefire if there was some Hope of renew ing the peace Mission of or jarring the in special envoy. J or jarring suspended his efforts to get Arab j israeli talks going under 1 his auspices after Israel j withdrew from the talks i Early last month after charging that Egypt had j violated the military stand still provisions of the ceasefire. Or Riad who recently tied Egypt s willingness to extend the ceasefire to a renewal of the or jarring Mission was asked a Hether his government would just continue the ceasefire to give or jarring More time to implement the in Security Council Resolution of 1967 on the Middle East. Violations raised if there Are genuine contacts and we Are sure there Are serious efforts to achieve peace of course we Are ready to give All the time needed to or jarring to achieve his Mission or Riad said. Us officials confirmed that or Rogers raised the us charges repeatedly de Nied by Egypt that there had been a build up of soviet anti aircraft missile installations on the West Bank of the Suez canal in violation of the ceasefire Accord on August 7. They declined to say what or Riad s reaction was but said that in general there were differences in the us and egyptian positions. Us sources said they could not say officially that the ceasefire would be extended but they still hoped this would be possible. Or Riad asked if there had been any Progress to Ward peace As a result of the meeting replied at this moment i can t say there is any Progress and that is Why we Are raising the question in front of the general Assembly. There have been reports that the us is disturbed at Cairo s intention of bring ing up the Middle East question in the general Assembly debate. But or Riad said that or Rogers did not ask him to withdraw the mat Ter from the general Assembly. Egypt hoped the general Assembly could recommend new methods on How to achieve peace and to implement the Security Council Resolution. The latter Calls for israeli withdrawal from Arab territory occupied in the 1967 War and Arab recognition of Israel s right to exist. London Friday Aap Reuter. Britain has agreed to restock King Hussein with ammunition following the Jordan civil War according to an unconfirmed report on Britain s commercial Tele vision network last night. A British foreign office spokesman declined last night to comment on the report. He said it was not the practice of the government to comment on the Supply of arms by Britain to other countries. Cairo Friday Aap Reuter. Egypt disclosed today that it sent thre battalions of Palestine commandos into Jordan along with arms and am munition to Back the last month s revolt against King Hussein. United nations Friday Aap. Four teen Arab nations charged yesterday that their in missions and ambassadors in new York had been the objects of a Campaign of terrorism during the past year United press International reported. Moscow Friday Aap Reuter. Pravda suggested yesterday that peace could begin in the Middle East from the moment the first part of a two stage israeli withdrawal from occupied Arab territories was completed. In its clearest statement of Kremlin Middle East peace proposals since january the communist party daily newspaper also left open the possibility of United nations peace keeping forces All round Israel s Borders. Us officials Here said these two new elements in the 2,000-word article had both been a feature of the soviet standpoint during four Power consultations on the Middle East in new York. I though the Overall proposals differ Little from earlier soviet ideas Diplo Matic observers saw it As significant that the Krem Lin chose to publish them just before the foreign minister or Gromyko was due to meet the us Secretary of state or Rogers in new York. As in a similar article in january pravda said i that acts of War should i cease _ from the moment definitive documents were i exchanged through the in peace envoy or Jar ring. 1 _ but whereas in january i it said that the peace would ensue from the i moment Israel withdrew from All territories occupied in the june 1967, War pravda said yesterday it could ensue from the i moment the first of two stages was completed. I unchanged Points the proposal for a de militarised zone on either Side of Israel s frontiers guaranteed by the. In Security Council of the big four Powers the us the soviet Union Britain and France was unchanged. But whereas the soviet i Union has previously Sug tested Only that in peace keeping troops be stationed in the Gaza strip and at Sharmel sheikh at the Mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba pravda said yesterday they could be introduced into a number i of Points.1to 11s Eft open the possibility that other parts of Israel s Borders with its Arab Neighbours might be policed by an International Force similar to the in one based in Gaza and Sharmel sheikh up to 1967. The two Points of the soviet position on a Middle East settlement re main unchanged that Israel must withdraw to its pre-1967 War frontiers and that every country in the Region has a right to exis tence. As before pravda called for the return to their Homes or compensation of Palestine refugees. It also said in a sen tence which struck Obser vers Here by its ambiguity that attempts to carry out self determination for some at the expense of the Complete deprivation of other Peoples National rights were inadmissible. In Washington a senior us official described the latest soviet proposals As pretty much soured wine in an old bottle the associated press reported. Heat retention this Winter. Insu Pfluf your Home today phone or Frost 496643 planning a Holiday forge tit � of Don t mean forget the Holiday just forget the planning let the experts at Canberra tourist Bureau do your worrying for you eve if it s Only help with your friends programme when they visit Canberra. We organise anything in travel from a bus trip to Yass to a Camel ride along the Nile from a Sleeper on the Indian Pacific to a coach journey around Australia. Nothing too Small nothing too Large and the service is free and without obligation. That s the Way a travel Agency works. That s the Way we work. 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