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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Peace keeping Force seems Rhodesia s answer by Arthur a Gashon a a Ltd Laird pret writer Geneva Switzerland map a British officials think a multiracial Commonwealth peacekeeping Force could or the solution to the deadlock Over who con trois the police Power during transition from White to Black Rule in Rhodesia senior British sources reported this saturday As one of several ideas British chairman Ivor Richard May propose As compromises at the conference Here of the militant Black leaders and prime minister Ian Smith s White government after an embittered Start the formal talks were in recess until about wednes Day while Richard shuttled among the one White and four Black delegations from Rhodesia in search of consensus on the sidelines were senior observers from the organization of african Unity the Commonwealth and More than 70 governments including the United states William d Schaufele. U s assistant Secretary of state for Africa arrived saturday and moved into Richard s hotel ostensibly to strengthen Richards authority in conducting the delicate negotiations that came about largely As a result of Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger s recent african tour Smith told Richard at a Brief meeting saturday that he plans to Fly Back to Salisbury soon but he will return to Geneva when the conference reaches a More Active stage Smith has demanded that control of Rhodesia s troops police and courts remain in White hands during the period of a transition govern ment under a Black prime minister. The Blacks have flatly rejected that saying they must have the right to take charge of the country Security this is a key emotional Issue with the Black negotiators neatly All of them have spent years in detention and stress that they have no Confidence in White Justice Quot it was brought Home to Richard at a private session he had at the Start of the talks an african negotiator became a quite wild with a British source said. Adding Quot we understood his feelings when we found that he had jest been freed a Day or so earlier for this com Ference a after nine years in a rhodesian Richard who is British u n ambassador was said to feel that the dispute could be resolved if Black ministers ran defense Law and order matters with the help of White deputies and if some guerrilla commanders were integrated into Rhodesia s Security forces the idea for a Commonwealth peacekeeping Force made up of soldiers and police from Black Africa Austrilia. Canada. New lebanese truce seems to be holding Beirut Lebanon a president Elias Sarkis appeared saturday to have survived a at least temporarily a the first major test of his efforts to apply a pan Arab truce in Lebanon. A Day Long explosion of cease fire violations on Friday tapered off and halted almost entirely by saturday night giving Way to a widespread feeling of Relief Beirut residents poured onto the streets of noncombat areas they sat in sidewalk cafes and shopped at the suits of Street Side merchants along Hamra. The Middle East s champs Elv sees the girls Are coming Back said a Young lebanese Man eying passersby this is the Way Lebanon should be Sarkis a Christian elected with syrian backing also got additional support from Pierre Gemayel. Head of the righting phalanges party and Leader of the largest Christian militia a Arab leaders have authorized president Sarkis to enforce Tow and order once again in Lebanon he said in a statement to newsmen Quot so no moslem Christian or Arab has any a Cuse from now on to refuse cooperation with him a a underlying Gemayel s remarks is a struggle within the Christian leadership Over the proposed stationing of Arab peacekeeping troops within the 800-Square-mile Christian enclave the recent Arab Summit that decreed an end to the in month civil War pledged to Send a 30.000-Man Force to keep the peace but the peace keeping Force s arrival has been delayed because of disagreement Over its composition you want it when no. Copies to so too 200 500 1000 Price 1.00 2.10 �?~334 4.58 �?~8.29 12.75 Abc profitable what shall it profit a Man if he Gam the whole world and lose. Quot vote no Abc Issue november 2 bet it now printed copies instantly Quality printing dont copy it a print it9 is 886-7925 rapid impressions add thousands 11.00 am we mean instantly Iff can int too comes from your or Kin Ai. W just 5 mums. A Speed printers652 n. Main St., High Point 8 30-5 30 . Such Copis i Hill a if zealand and perhaps former asian colonies of Britain. First arose at the 1973 Commonwealth Summit in Ottawa but was shelved it did however attract the interest of one of the most influential of Black Africa s leaders. President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania the length of the transition period is also at Issue Rhodesia s future rulers insist one year is the maximum while Smith maintains that Kissinger obtained general agreement on two years Britain has made Clear that it is not prepared on its own to take on any executive role in Rhodesia either in peacekeeping or administration but it would be ready to contribute to a Commonwealth peace keeping i or be Richard according to the informants is convinced that Smith at some Point is going to have to yield on his rigid refusal to depart from what the rhodesian Leader Calls the Quot Kissinger package Quot according to it Whites would control defense and Law and order and preside Over a Council of state that would write a new Constitution for Rhodesia within two years effectively this would leave the Whites with a Power veto the Blacks have flatly rejected this unless Smith docs Retreat they have vowed to further intensify the spreading guerrilla War in the British View the next to Days May Well prove decisive stereo component units compute with speakers unredeemed reduced remember Quot Nash saves you Cash Quot Man jewelry amp loan co. Quot to it 127 n. Main St. No ii Bisma Rex antacid to med to Over indulge remember i giblets or t is Lino Kyj Wifler to soothe that troubled Lummy by oui old pow la. Size Bisma Rex antacid powder now available at Anderson drug Nderson _ drug of Raff 2401 English re. Call 882-9828 we the undersigned residents of or businessmen in the City of High Point. Democrats republicans and independents strongly support w. Eugene Johnston. Candidate for the state Senate from Guilford county. Clarence Keever Linda Thorburn Bill d. Cain r. E. Linton Fred Yoder de Price William p. Hinson Iii Rudy Cisco or. J. E. Mclnnis Howard Homey Clyde c. Vaughn w. Lee Smith John s. Queen Jim Groome Iii mrs. Phyllis Payne David Homey mrs. Rudolf Cisco or. Lee Sherrill or. Jim Price Kenneth w. Mcallister Coolidge Murrow William a. Horney or. Mrs. Betty Hunt Pitts j. C. Mcallister mrs. Morris Adams mrs. Jane d. Hutchens mrs. Evelyn j. Welch Henry Shavitz mrs. Dot Gates mrs. Irma Price Bob Baker mrs. Marlette Baker mrs. Ruby w. Collins Wilbam a. Tomlinson mrs. Neal a. Sherrill Floyd Evans or. Wray m. Amos mrs. Penny Leonard Arnold j. Koonce. Or. John e. Ramsey. Or. John a. Womack or. J. Douglas Howard or. Calvin White e. Colby Walton or. Mrs. Betty t. Hoots Alma Sawyer Ronald w. Hinkle mrs. Douglas l. Baker w a. Price mrs. Jane Mcclellan mrs. Mary e. Thomas or. Eddie h. Cook mrs. Pat Cornelison Bob Davis David hucks or. Steve Davis John a. Lindsay Iii Herman e. Crawford Dewey Payne White g. Watkins Karen g. Halfe Ribeck mrs. Sarah h. Brinson John w. Thomas. Or. Mrs. Jean m. Carr a. Gilbert Marsh d. A. Meadows mrs. Elizabeth Hinson Paul a. Collins Nat Harrison Harry e. Rothrock or. W. R. Atkins Charles Butch Mendenhall or. Al Bernot mrs. Alice Aldridge Paul w. Clapp Roy Burchfield William b. Hall Dave Bouldin mrs. Bonnie Homey Wade Cumby mrs. Beth Thomas mrs. Ann w. Wagner William b. Millis mrs. Jane g. Tomlinson William White Bill Price mrs. Ellen Amos John w. Thomas Iii Harry r. Wagner mrs. Ellis Shavitz Lee Stackhouse a g. Bedford or. Bobby Fletcher John r. Hart w. Darrell Bulla Cynthia Patterson Zalph Rochelle Lee w. Sherrill or. L. D. Wagner Robert e. Lee mrs. Pat Hutcherson mrs. Jean t. Mcdowell Jay Wood Karen Clifton Douglas a. Meurs Joseph p. Quot Jackie Hawks Robert Miller r. Wayne Chambers Kenneth Stevens Jan Brady Samuel Shavitz j m Millis for state senator 19th senatorial District Al w. Eugene Johnston Iii. Cast one of your three votes for state Senate for w. Eugene Johnston. Ill attorney. Spa. High Point businessman. Or. J. E. Slate Jim Gill h. B. Leonard or. George c. Welch mrs. Craig Skillman miss Terri Cook Robert a. Mccuiston Ted Pettyjohn mrs. Sylvia s. White David Fisher mrs. Kathy Angel Edwin h. Shufelt mrs. Pam Rowe Bob Griffith Thornton o. Charnock Pete Moffitt mrs. To Kuhn r. S. Phibbs Neal r. Lancaster Joseph Whitney d. Brantley hucks Paul d. Snipes o. B. Levina or. Harry e. Tuttle Robert Allred fit Aldridge mrs. Susan Aldridge Larry Larson William f. Aldridge Hunter Dalton Wilbur Pruett Steve Watson Ray b. Smith Charles m. Mendenhall w. Eugene Johnston believes 1 our taxpayers Are overburdened to reduce taxes we must reduce government spending. 2 our criminal Justice system should be designed to protect the victims of crime a not the criminals. Crime Cost All of us a let s get Tough. 3 the intangibles tax should be repealed. 4 our older citizens deserve More than a handout. Let s Amend our tax Laws to insure they can afford to keep the Homes they love. 5 every person has the right to work without paying dues to or joining any labor organization. 6 the parole Board should be restricted in their authority to parole career criminals. Fred councill Percy c. Idol mrs. Dorothy w. Cook Gary j. Mcclellan mrs. Betty Alexander Marvin Miller Richard Williams mrs. Catherine Villegas mrs. De Shufelt Dana Alvarez Craig Skillman Harold Martin Steve Mcallister de Powell mrs. Nadia Coble Curt Kiser mrs. Mary a. Watkins Barry j. Smith or. Charlie Rowe Gary Stroud r. L. Brinsonjr. Jimmy Sears John l. Brantley m. P. Scott c. Morris Adams Mike Joyce mrs. Elizabeth l. Kearns mrs. Mary Carter George Coble Milford Nooe Robert c. Kirkman Mike Meisky David Tuttle mrs. Karen c. Beaston mrs. Faye Chambers mrs. Millie Murrow Joe Floyd Anne Crowder mrs. Ruth b. Mcallister Edmund Lowe Jim Thomas Charles Diffendal mrs. Betty g. Thomas mrs. Nancy b. Wood mrs. Gail l. Mcallister j. Norman Thomas Edward Gurley Iii w. P. Duncan. Or. G. Davis Beaston mrs. Becky Reid Martha Hensley Morris Sidney Adams mrs. Frances m. Mendenhall Galena Lassiter Roland Hilliard Gary w. Thomas mrs. Rosaline Hunsucker Reid Joyce mrs. Hope Council Nancy Kiers Talmadge Ellington Rex w. Weiser Don Hawks c. Douglas Long Wiley Rosenbaum Francel Gouda John g. Hutchens Gilbert Gates for state Senate High Point for Johnston committee de Price Kenneth Mcallister. Co chairmen

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