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Rhodesia / Victoria Falls #41604

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 08, 1976
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(Studio) Rhodesia Prime Min. Ian Smith says today Geneva conference should be called off if talks don't center on Kissinger plan for transition to black major rule. Race trouble has affected famous tourist site at Rhodesia-Zambia border.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Victoria Falls, Rhodesia) David Livingstone found Victoria Falls in 1855. Reporter notes effect of guerrilla warfare on tourism and local economy Guerrilla attack on Peters Motel noted. Busmen. complain in private, but express confidence publicly so tourists not frightened away. [Hotel owner Reg. DAVER - says they carry on normally.] It's getting more difficult to ride out economy strain here.
REPORTER: Bill Zimmerman

Walters, Barbara;
Zimmerman, Bill

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