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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Corsicana, Texas September 1976 african race War still possible want ads work wonders South Africa a despite White Rhodesia agreement to sur Render Power to the country Black the threat of race War in Southern Africa re there Are Many obstacles to be faced before an Blac ruled As Black nationalists Call emerges out of the breakaway British and after there Are still the problems of or Southwest and South Africa it still is not Clear if rho Desimas sharply divided Black nationalists can unite Long enough to accept the Power being offered while Joshua Leader of a moderate faction of the african National is considered a Likely candidate to Lead a Black he has several among them Are american educated methodist Bishop Abel who has directed the guerrilla and Ndabaningi head of the Ancs Zimbabwe african National the Anc is an umbrella organization intended to unite the various Kissinger promised Rhode Sian prime minister Ian Smith that the guerrilla War would and Smith set that As one of the conditions for a Capitula Tion by the but it is not known if the alien i obituaries Gobbel Blooming Grove services will be 2 sunday at the first Baptist Church Here for Effie former Blooming Grove area resident who died saturday morning in the will burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery under direction of Bradley funeral she lived in the Blooming Grove area for 68 years before moving to Houston four years survivors include one Gobbel of one miss Mary Gobbel of Houston one David Gobel of pallbearers will be Alvie Elzie Joe Dean Arm Glenn and Johns Kerrville services were held at 3 last Friday in the a Lurner funeral Chapel for Lucille Smith former resident of Corsicana and resident of who died at Sid Peterson memorial Hospital last the Harold Sassman and Raymond Wilson and chaplain George Hardy of burial was at Garden of Johns was born 1907 in was a member of the first United methodist Church and a 1971 retired she was also a member of the retired teachers association and the Hill country arts survivors include her Don a cynical psychologist of Kerr Ville state Hospital two Don Johns of Bryan and Timothy Jay Johns of Austin three Mary Maudell Smith of Noble Ray of Corpus Christ and Flora Beth Simpson of Brown Richland services will be sunday at the first methodist Church in Richland for William Henry Brown resident of who died burial will be at Richland arrangements Are with Corley funeral he was a retired survivors include a William Brown of Corsicana a Maxine Brown love of fort Worth three a great and a Tom Brown of Corpus the Crawford will pallbearers will be Arthur Patrick Neil Guy Guy Rube and Doug ated from the Black political will Stop their attacks while a transition government is the soviet Union is strongly opposed to any settlement that might put protest Ern Black leaders in Power in an Independent mos cow is expected to push for continuation of the War from bases in Zambia and thus the views of Mozambique president Samora Tanzania Julius Nyerere and Zambias Kenneth Kaunda Are critical to a peace Ful if they refuse to accept the proposals put Forth by Secretary of state Henry Kissinger and accepted by peaceful transition is if they become with Kaunda and Nyerere backing the Kissinger proposals and Machel demanding a continuation of the hard won diplomatic Victory could Kissinger reported significant Progress on now ruled by South following talks with South african prime minister John Vorster in pre Toria last but there has been no Public announcement that the South West Africa Peoples organization which is fighting a guerrilla War against the South african rulers from bases in has been invited to participate in a constitutional South Africa has agreed to give the territory Independence on but Many Black nationalists claim South Africa is trying to set up a puppet government of Black leaders it swaps exclusion from any final decision on the Mineral Rich territory future is almost certain to guarantee continued South Africa itself is reeling from its internal racial disturb Briscoe charged with political blackmail9 Crystal a Zavala county judge Jose Angel Gutierrez says a suit filed by John Hill to Stop a Federal Grant of Mil lion for a communal farm is political who founded the Raza Unida party in the South Texas said the suit is pointless because the Money is already in the Bank and being Hill wants to be the next Gutierrez said sat and it looks like Briscoe is helping him out attempting to tear us Raza Unida the suit was filed after Briscoe failed to get the Federal government to Stop the Grant which he said was to be used by Gutierrez for the creation of a Little Briscoe argued the approved last was made illegally bypassing the state governments review and approval Gutierrez said the Grant to the Zavala county economic development is for the establishment of an farming a savings and loan and a Small import Export it claims that agita tors Are responsible for the re cent riots and racial clashes and that the crisis will but who met publicly with Black leaders made it Clear that the United states will never accept Pretorias policy of apartheid or separate racial Vorster has refused in recent policy statements to accept any sharing of Power Between South Africa ruling four million Whites and its 18 million he has continued to promote his policy of under that South Afri can Blacks Are being gathered into nine Independent Home lands or tribal reserves slated for eventual the homelands make up Only 13 per cent of South of Ricas total while Vorster government is making minor concessions in racial policy in attempts to ease the disorders in segregated Black and mixed race town ships throughout the there is no sign the White minority will Compromise on majority the idea of a federation of which might include the Black is being Dis but Vorster and his backers Are insistent that Blacks never gain control Over the nations Teton dam collapse manmade disaster9 Washington a the Federal Bureau of reclamation ignored several warning signs which should have prompted it to halt construction of the ill fated Teton according to a House the Earth filled dam in Eastern Idaho collapsed on june resulting in 11 deaths and property losses Esti mated at a report by a House govern ment operations subcommittee that investigated the collapse said Bureau of reclamation of in their determination to build the Teton were blinded to dangers and Haz Ards presented by the the associated press obtained a copy of the report on Satur the exact cause of the dams collapse is not but it certainly was not an act of said the panels chair Leo in a statement prepared for re lease along with the Ryan asserted that it was a manmade disaster that should be prevented from Ever Hap pening again at any other place in the millions of americans live in the pathways of potential in land tidal Waves which might Roar Down upon them near existing and future dam the California Democrat they must be Able to go to sleep at night with some Assur Ance they will be Safe from such Ryan called for speedy implementation of the subcommittees the report sharply criticized the Bureau of reclamations compulsion or momentum to continue to build despite danger signals and warnings with re Gard to the Teton dam As Well As other the Teton dam is a prime example of fulfilling the momentum to build at any the report among warnings disregarded by the Agency in connection with the subcommittee was a memorandum pre pared in january 1973 by geologists of the geological sur pointing to potential Seis Mic dangers in the the report also said one of the bureaus own geologists told the Teton project Engineer at the outset of construction that it was not a Good but Nei ther Man reported this to his another warning sign apparently it was the finding of cracks and fissures in rocks underlying the site which were far bigger and More numerous than had been anticipated Travis to hold family night tuesday the William Travis elementary school Parent teacher association will sponsor a family night picnic and open House at 7 Dolores publicity reports that families Are requested to bring sack lunches for the outdoor picnic on the school drinks will be furnished by the an open House will also be held for parents to visit their Childs teacher and to join the the dues Are per Malakoff Homecoming set Malakoff plans have been revealed for a Homecoming Celebration by sex students and teachers of Malakoff High Melissa president of the Malakoff sex students said the Celebration will be held 29 when Malakoff hosts Mabank in the final Home football game of the the classes of 1958 and 1968 will be following the a Coffee for Allex students and ext eachers will be held at the elementary school a Parade has been scheduled for she and a prize will be presented to the Best Spivey said any Type of Parade units is welcomed to participate in the Zales spectacular watch Purchase save 33 60 off 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