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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1976, High Point, North Carolina British protest expulsion by Jeff Radley associated fess writer London a president Idi amines expulsion of a British Diplomat his wife and two other britons from Uganda is Quot totally unjustifiable a the foreign office said today. But talk of retaliation was muted by fears for the safety of the other 500 britons living in the former British East african Colony. Britain s ambassador to the United nations Ivor Richard disclosed monday night that Amin was expelling Peter Chandley the second Secretary at the British High cd Mission in Kampala. Richards said he was being expelled for reports contradicting amines explanation of Arhat happened to the 75-year-ow woman the israeli commandos failed to Rescue july 4 wits the other hostages held Al Uganda s Entebbe Airport. Richard told the . Security Council Chandley a wife and two others whom he did not identify vere also ordered out of the country. He said a serious threats had been made against the rest of the British Community in Uganda. A we regard the expulsion As totally unjustifiable and we hate full Confidence in or clan Ley a a foreign office spokesman said Chancey reported that he saw tie missing woman Dora Boch in a Kampala Hospital the night after the israeli commando raid. He said wha he returned to the Hospital with food for her she was not there Amin maintain that the woman was returned from the Hospital to the Airport before the Israel Landing and said he knew nothing further about her. Richard said the British govern men is certain that its dip lornts reports on mrs Bloch were a accurate throughout a government spokesman told the Home of commons monday mrs Bloch who had dual Britis and israeli citizenship rust have been left in Kampia and there is a Little doubt that she was killed the Pictish government is demanding that the ugandan government bring those responsible to Justice the spokesman Laid. Some meet hrs of commons urged the government to Tell the briton in Uganda to come Home conservative Geoffrey Finsberg warned that they Are a a hostages to the sort of foul fac email that Amin is continuing to Britain Stop Diplomat in Uganda High commissioner James Hennery flew to a London monday after an unsuccessful attempt to find out from Amir what happen j de to mrs Bloch. The government said he would remain in England until the future of British ugandan relations is decided. 1 foreign investments foreign investments in u s. Manufacturing fell off sharply in recession plagued 1975, the conference Board j notes. The Long term trend however is up nearly 600 such investments were reported from 1973 through 1975, compared with less than 400 in the previous five years and foreign companies announced 54 new manufacturing investments in the first Quarter of 1976, up from a quarterly average of 40 in 1975. _ parents rent we ruler piano for Btu Hewri Only Call collect 17j-4w of Mitor 75-17 to win Labia Man the t �4 it i 4-m i sic cot 224 n. Elm St. Greensboro Nanes Mau Weston Salem Recruiter Gearhart fought for weeks by Joe Bigham associated press writer Fresno Calif. A Daniel Gearhart the american mercenary executed in Angola penetrated enemy territory engaged in several firefights and was commended by his British commander says the Man who recruited him. Gearhart 34, of Ken Sington md., and three British mercenaries were executed by a firing squad last saturday. During his trial Gearhart testified he was in Angola Only a few Days when captured and that he never fired his weapon. A it Wasny to three or four Days. Gearhart went Over with me and we were there for several weeks before he retired teachers collect anecdotes Nashville apr a first grader was proud of the three Inch egg Plant he grew in class. A my Mother wont Ever have to buy any More eggs a he said. Lane who had watered Flowers in his first Grade classroom applied his experience when asked to water the class Rabbit a he doused it with a watering can. Another first grader told by his teacher to hurry Home because a blizzard was coming told his parents a miss Laura said to hurry Home because she thought a big Lizard was the anecdotes were collected by Mildred Campbell for a i remember when a a Booklet by the Tennessee retired teacher association. One educator told of a student who complained to his Mother that teacher would not make up her mind. A yesterday she said 2 and 2 is 4. Today she said 3 and i is 4,&Quot he said. Another educator remembered a teacher who brought fruit and a can of diet drink for lunch. A poor miss said one of her second graders a fall she has for lunch is an Apple and a can of was taken prisoner a said David Bufkin 39, who advertised nationally for mercenaries to fight in Angola before he said he decided to go Over himself. Bufkin said in an interview monday he did t discuss Gearhart a participation before a because his defense was he had t fired a shot a and Bufkin said he did no to want to Compromise that position. Bufkin who works As a crop duster said he accompanied Gearhart to Angola along with a number of other mercenaries he recruited including Gary Acker 21, of Sacramento Calif., and Gus Grillo. 27, of Jersey City no. Grillo and Acker were captured tried As mercenaries and Are serving jail terms in Angola. Acker identified Bufkin during his trial As the Man who recruited him to fight in Angola. Bufkin said his role As a mercenary was that of a Pilot flying a Light observer plane reporting the positions and movement of cuban troops fighting in the african country. Bufkin said a we All went Over together. When we arrived in Sao Salvador Danny a first assignment was a deep penetration patrol into enemy held territory to gather intelligence. The patrol completed its penetration and Danny returned with the information he was sent to later Bufkin said Gearhart was assigned to a British reconnaissance patrol with a Mission to initiative the ambitious youth strikes out for himself a the Lazy one depends on a Pinch hitter. Approach enemy positions in the Tombocon area make Contact and return with information on the enemy s strength and positions a Danny s patrol did make Contact engaged in a firefight and returned to report the positions a Bufkin said. In Between those patrols. According to Bufkin Gearhart was assigned to set up portions of the defense perimeter around Sao Salvador and was training Black troops to help defend the town against assaults. Sao Salvador was the Headquarters of the National front the Fla a pro Western guerrilla Organiza Tion supported by the mercenaries. Danny did a very Good Job and was commended by cmdr. Peter Macaleese a Bufkin said. A it was a verbal commendation and was accompanied by a Cash Bonus. Mercenaries done to get medals. They get Cash and a Pat on the Fri delivery open men. Thru Sot. 8 30-6 30 Quot not just another drug store Over 2,000 lighting fixtures Bath fixtures Bronze amp Crystal Williamsburg Ceramic r a wrought Iron a outside lighting a framed mirrors for the Best selection in lighting fixtures for your Home come visit our Large showroom Timmy sales inc hours Mon sat. 8 30-9 00 i 005 Greensboro re. Phone 883-6022 Wachovia Teller h the All Day everyday banking machine. 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