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Aufort 9 The
Rhodesian trade may
From AP and Reuter
WASHINGTON-Reacting swiftly to
negotiations over the future of Zim-
babwe Rhodesia, the Senate voted
unanimously yesterday for a com-
promise plan aimed at lifting trade
sanctions at an early date.
The Senate bill would require
President Carter to lift the 11-year old
trade sanctions on Jan. 31, 1980, or upon
the arrival of Zimbabwe Rhodesia of a
British governor, which ever comes
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IT PERMITS the president to con-
tinue sanctions if he finds that doing so
is in the U.S. national interest. That
would give him an escape hatch if the
agreement collapses between Britain,
the Salisbury government of Prime
Minister Abel Muzorewa, and black
guerrillas of the Patriotic Front.
Hopes that the negotiations would
conclude in a few days were dampened
last night when Patriotic Front
guerrilla leaders threatened to tear up
the ceasefire agreement if their final
demand at the peace talks was not met.
Agreement in principle to stop the
fighting was reached yesterday bet-
ween guerrilla chiefs Robert Mugabe
andJoshua Nkomo and their foes,
Muzorewa's biracial government.
The demonstration against the
possible deportation of Iranian students
was held on the Diag., not in front of the
Federal Building, as was reported in
Daily Official Bulletin
Friday, December 7, 1979
WUOM: Alvin Toffler, author Future Shock,
"Education of the Health Professional of the
Future," keynote address given to the National Con-
ference on Continuing Education in Nursing, 10:10
SPH/Inst. of Gerontology: Walter M. Beattie,
"Aging of the World's Population-Public Health
Implications," 3001 SPH I, 11 a.m.
Center S&SEAS; Peter E. Hook, "Functions of the
Compound Verb in Indo-Aryan," Lane Commons,
School of Natural Resources: John Shores, Dennis
Glick, "Two Perspectives on Wildlands
Management:'The Peace Corps in South America,"
2032 Dana, noon; Josephy L. Sax, "Proper Con-
stituencies for*Agency Decision Makers: Plebiscite
or Parental Care?", 2024 Dana, 3p.m.
CRED: Henri Josserand, "La Peche en Asrique de
l'ouest; aspects economiques," CRED Conf., 12:10
Museum of Art: Rayond Grew, Joel Isaacson,
"Impressionism around 180: A Reassessment,"
Angell, Aud.D.,4 p.m.
ONLY TWO ISSUES remain to be set-
tled, setting a date for a ceasefire and
deciding where the two forces should
stand when it is implemented.
But when the delegates, backed up by
advisers, reached the conference table
the discussion turned sour.
Guerrilla spokesman Eddison°
Zvobgo, reporting proceedings at the
secret session, said his leaders had
become frustrated. Nkomo warned that
nothing had been signed, Zvobgo told a
"WE COULD TEAR up the document
and forget it. We reserve our position on
the outstanding issues," Nkomo was
reported as saying.
Zvobgo said the remarks could be
taken as a warning that there could still
be failure at the conference, set up to
arrange legal independence for Zim-'
Under the British ceasefire plan, the
guerrillas have been allocated 15
positions during the ceasefire, but no
precise number of sites have been men=
tioned for the Zimbabwe Rhodesia for
"WE WANT to know exactly where
our opponents are going to be, other-
wise there is no agreement," Zvobgo
Military headquarters in Salisbury
announced yesterday that 32 more
people had' been killed in fighting with
Seventeen of the victims were black
civilians, seven of whom were killed in
a guerrilla ambush on the eastern
Melsetter Umtali Road.
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Friday, December 7, 1979
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