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First nine shots are cutaways:
PAN from pic of Kaunda and Zambian flag to pic of Mobutu and Congolese flag, both displayed on a hangar at the airport.
CU section of the crowd waving Zambian flags.
One of the guard of honour faints and . . .
is carried off.
More dancers performing.
GV another part of the crowd.
GV another part of the crowd. Note people of hangar roofs.
PAN from waving crowd to Kaunda's Hawker-Siddeley twin turbo-prop taxying in.
Kounda appear in doorway of aircraft and waves.
Peter ??? Minister of State for the Western Province waves back.
Mobutu appears in doorway and sparks to descend steps, waving.
Both Presidents, accompanied by Ministers of both countries walk across tarmac, ???.
Guard of honour, mounted by the Zambia Police, present arms.
Mobutu accompanies guard commander to inspect guard of honour.
Police band plays.
The headframe of the South Orebody Shaft of Nkana mine, with notice board in foreground.
Outside the mine gates drummers among the waiting crowd perform.
Traditional dancers dance to the drums.
Kaunda's car arrives and the Presidents alight, Mobutu first.
Mobutu shakes hands with Mr. Stevens, general manager of the mine; PAN LEFT to Kaunda shaking hands with Mr. Reilly, chairman of Rhokana Corporation, owners of the mine (part of the Anglo American group).
The Presidential party don dust coats and hard hats.
CU Mobutu in hard hat; PAN LEFT to Kaunda, likewise attired.
The two Presidents chat together before going underground.
Notice by headframe: "This is a hard-hat area".
Notice by shaft: "S.O.B. (South Orebody) Signals".
Miners watch the Presidents approach.
Presidents and party approach and enter cage.
More of the party squeeze into the small cage.
Because of the comparative slowness of EF 7242, no filming was done underground.
On surface, ore is "pulled" into railway wagons.
Presidents, returning from underground, walk past the "ore-pullers".
CU Ore dropping into the trucks.
Suggest Shots 12, 13 and 14 be placed before Shot 4.
I regret I didn't receive your cable saying this was an "unwant" until I returned to Ndola today -- I had hitch-hiked over to Kitwe yesterday afternoon because of the petrol shortage and was uncontactable. Sorry, but this coverage may be useful library material as it's in colour.
Coverage is accompanied by 1/4 in. wild tape (wound tail out) of sounds identified on next sheet.
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