The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 29, 1976, Image 7

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THE BATTALION THURSDAY, APR. 29, 1976 lg« nouiij, a loolt ationint ntion i labaniatj; i Georgii| more s sile systa :e d Conjn inuepr^ missile, 'y Dosj hvo mo 2 tion pkt ; . man prod, sources s n plans tinned 4s lion on lit Page 7 FROM THE FRONT PAGE Precinct 7 constable candidates Black Africa seeks liberation Reagan is* lelegates ? Harders 'tant whei respom ning inC« out the tot lis strenjtl ;st. His* was in Xu as piclted: s in cau® Arizona evelopniri of Appeaki powerless! ;ral matcli equestetl didates. »an and would t rme Court Continued from Page 1 addition to being constable of precinct seven for the past eight years. “I follow the code of laws set up by the state of Texas and I plan to continue the enforcement and get the job done the way it’s supposed to be done even though I may alienate some people,’ Sayers says. Sayers is a member of the Civil Defense and is a former member of the auxiliary Bryan Police force. He is past director of the Board of Constables and Justices of the Peace. He has been certified as a police officer by the state of Texas and has at tended all the schools for constables in ad dition to attending many seminars on the subject. The county constable is the executive officer of the Justice of the Peace Courts. His duties are to arrest offenders, take charge of prisoners, produce them in court, carry out court orders, keep order in court and take charge of the jury. He is one of the few county law enforcement officials elected by the general public. His jurisdic tion is primarily in the precinct where he is elected but, theoretically, it extends over the entire state. Democratic County Constable Continued from Page 1 Paul’s Drive-In. He said he feels it is his duty to run for constable. “Honest, good law enforcement means good govern ment,” Ponzio said. “I would be dedicated to law enforcement and I would work for other law enforcement agencies, so they will work for me. If we work together, we can get in there and solve some problems.” Ponzio said he will work on the “hot check” epidemic. “I will serve the process promptly so there won’t be a backlog,” he said. “With out the constable on the job, there would be a tremendous stall.” Ponzio is married and lives at 1720 E. 29th St. in Bryan. Sweden’s king lY Seminu. >07. 4 Student es,” 7 p. ■ Sat? oating udder Tow ends U.S. tour NEW YORK (AP) — The 29- , N£W YORK (APj — 1 he 29- I year-old King of Sweden has wound ' up an official 27-day Bicentennial Visit to the United States. Sweden’s ambassadors to the Un ited States and the United Nations ere on hand last night at Kennedy nternational Airport to see King XVI Gustaf off for Stockholm and an expected June wedding. Carl p.m.,» VARIAt 10 p.m., Ha TLACO, v, 7:30 p.J Waldheim to tour African nations (AP) Kurt UNITED NATIONS, N Y. — U.N. Secretary-General Waldheim is embarking on a two- week official tour of central Africa toatingSalf ^beginning Monday, according to U.N. sources. idder 301, iN, 6 p.» Waldheim’s first stop will be at Nairobi, Kenya, where he will open a three-week session of the U.N. jConference on Trade and Develop- FILM, “ft 'went. V'ARIABU rn., MSCI Hud?? SEMIMJ More than 2,000 delegates from 153 nations are expected to attend the Nairobi conference. OCIATIO.' 3. cards. ’Blazing h Auditor^ Carnal Kb ler Theater. TEHOlf p.m. adit p.m- Fie*; ► ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE MAJORS LET US HELP YOU TO BECOME A CPA DJ CPA REVIEW HOUSTON Bellaire 713 692-7186 713 692-7186 COURSES BEGIN MAY 26 & NOV. 24 OUR SUCCESSFUL STUOENTS REPRESENT Your Mother Is A Gem I / v 3Z0$ lood nail m is jnty And the most beautiful gift of all is a Diamond ring . . . symbol of love. Our mastercrafted collection of Diamond designs are unique . . . petite and dramatic creations, to dazzle your favorite girl. EMBREY'S JEWELRY 415 University Drive ,e° RE ^q < . 846-5816 Monday-Saturday 9-5:30 US may offer help Associated Press 1/3 or USA KINSHASA, Zaire — Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger says the U.S. government will help negotiate the transition to black rule in Rhodesia if it is asked to do so. Although Kissinger’s offer at a news conference yesterday stirred memories of his shuttle diplomacy between Israel and its Arab foes, he said: “I have no immediate plan to return to black Africa, nor am I say ing I would be the party” who would do the negotiating. The secretary again warned the Soviet Union against direct interfer ence in the struggle for black libera tion in southern Africa. “If one country tries to establish its hegemony, then the other nations will be forced to respond,” he said. “We hope for the sake of Africa this can be avoided.” The Zaire government endorsed Kissinger’s speech Tuesday re pudiating the white-minority gov ernment in Rhodesia and calling for negotiations to transfer power to the black majority within two years. “What we particularly appreciate is that the United States removes all hopes from the minority in Rhodesia that it can, with impunity, continue to spurn the wishes of the majority. It must know now that it cannot count on the U.S. support,” said Foreign Minister Nguza Karl-I- Bond. A communique issued after Kis singer conferred with Nguza and President Mobuto Sese Seko said the United States would provide Zaire with $5 million for cotton. It added that Zaire might also get a $20 million bank credit to finance the purchase of American mining equipment. Kissinger was spending today in Zaire also, going to Liberia tomor row, because the government of Ghana canceled his visit there. The Ghanaians said their chief of state, Col. Ignatius Acheampong, was sick. But U.S. officials blamed the cancel lation on agitation by Soviet dip lomats among Ghanaian students and with the Ghanaian government. The State Department announced in Washington that complaints had been delivered to the Soviet and Ghanaian embassies. The cancellation was the second for Kissinger’s African tour and re duced to six the number of nations he is visiting. Nigeria withdrew its invitation before he left Washington. He has been to Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. 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