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Although news of the shootings
spread rapidly through the black town-
ships, with an estimated population of
500,000, military censors imposed a
news blackout under emergency laws.
NATIONALIST SOURCES represen-
ting the guerrillas here said the three
blacks shots Saturday afternoon were
brothers, aged between 16 and 19, and
related by marriage to an unidentified
official of the internal wing of Nkomo's
Zambia-based Zimbabwe African-
Peoples' Union (ZAPU).
"Someone must have told the police
they were guerrillas," said Willie
Musarurwa, ZAPU publicity secretary.
"I understand the police were accom-
panied by a. masked man who pointed
out the house. Police then called out the
man, woman and children living there,
and opened fire on the three boys."
Meanwhile in Washington, D.C.,
Minority Leader Howard Baker said
yesterday he,sees a strong chance the
Senate will condemn Carter ad-
ministration policy on Rhodesia by
voting to suspend U.S. participation in
trade sanctions against the white-ruled
TERMING IT "unconscionable" that
the administration has urged giving an-
ti-government guerrilla forces a voice
in a settlement, the Tennessee
Republican said the sanctions issue
"may be the only way the Senate can
express itself on the matter."
Adminsitration officials have begun a
campaign against an amendment to be
offered this week by Sen. Jesse Helms
(R-N.C.) to a $2.8 billion foreign aid bill.
Helms' proposal would end U.S sup-
port for the United Nations sanctions
through the rest of 1978. A similar
amendment, calling for a 15-month
suspension, lost by a 48-to-42 vote last
The narrowness of that 'margin star-
tled administration policy-makers, and
Helms claims to have picked up some
new suppoprt for his second attempt.
The North Carolinian objects to Car-
ter's support for a plan to bring
representatives of the Patriotic Front,
which has carried on guerrilla warfare,
into a new ruling council with Premier
Ian Smith and three black African
Baker and other supporters admitted
concern that Helms' proposal might be
undercut by a substitute to be offered
by Sens. Clifford Case (R-N.J.), Jacob
Javits (R-N.Y.) and Daniel Moynihan
(D-N.Y. )-especially if Carter accep-
ted it asa compromise.
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