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Vol~. 3,No. 95 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay,'Cuba ~Tuesday, May 18, 1976Michigan primary today


I ,Primary battle ww on Ford's home, ground

ard ig st (STORY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS) --Pres- "I 'paid the prie of doing so in Reagan has continued his attacks
W orld News Digest ident Ford and Ronald Reagan stayed my own familyanamgmygistFronhePaaCnl
home yesterday, while Democrats friends," Udall-said,, adding that and Henry Kissinger's foreign polJi'mmy Carter and Morris Udall went Young either eiberately distor- icy, but the latter'may have lost LONDO~N (AP)--North Atlantic (NATO) to Ford's home state of Michigan. ted the recor& o he doesn't care its luster yesterday with the secallied leaders yesterday were re- Everyone seemed to have one eye on whether he did' o '-.not." retary of state's comment that he ported ready to cut Italy out of. Michigan and the other oni Ford'sa Young refused to aologi ze, call- wasa likely to leave his post in the their nuclear and intelligence other home,'the White House,. ing Udall a '"crybab "an Carter fall, even if Ford ifs elected, systems if Communists join the Michigan is holding Republican said that heit o bliein Ford has continued preaching he Rome government in force. after and Democratic presidential primar- attacks based ona an's religion has brought a return to confidence next month's election. ies today, and the' GOP vote in his but that the argument did not in- in government and a return to 'proshome state was considered a crucial volve him, "That's -aproblem be- perity Mchigan has serious uniemtest for For~d, who has lost five of tween Mr, Udall an yor Young," ployment problems. Last week govNEW YORK (AP)--"Trends in the the last six primaries to challenger he said, 4Vernment figures showed "Michigan
bbean are worrying U.S. com-' Reagan. Though Reagan- and Ford stayed hardest hit of the states in 1975 es with a stake in~ the region," Frontunnr Carter was challenged, out of Michigan yesterday, bot with a 12.5 per' cent jobless rate'
eo Wall Street Journtal 'said yester- in Michigan' by Udall and in Mary- ' have been busy in the state .in re- and acal Daily adds' that "natinalism~ crucial in his getting the'Demo an Ca~stro stir 'doubts. about in-' cratic 'nomination, Carter said. ' A vesting. . "A defeat for? Brown would-be a# ig BNFS~Nrten rladserious blow, it could not be ser- Air Force al es 4 g.flew ove U.S.
BELFSTNorher Irlan (A)-- ious 'for me," Carter said of. his
Rival Roman Catholic and Protestant race against Brown, who is facing WASHINGTON (AP)--The U.S. Air Murphy, earlier this month, asked grups threatened yesterday~ to his first primary test.* Carter Force denied yesterday' that Soviet Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld ecaltthi guerrilla struggle left Maryland, for Michigan yester- Mig fighter planes' flew over the 'to tell. him whatt iwe are doing about
iNorthern 'Ireland after 'at least day, while 'Brown continued stuim-. Alaskan pipeline in 1975 but con- it" 1
13proswere slain' in 'the' ping in Maryland. ''firmed'that Soviet bombers were 'Murphy said his information came
Biihpoice's bloodiest In Michigan later, Carter said:" identified as penetrating Alaskan to'himn from'an eyewitness to the v.iole 'n moths. ''"One good thing about 'my' campaign air, space. incursion and "highly placed"
Teoutawd Irish Republican has been that I can accommodate a An Air Force~ spokesman said the intelligence sources, and that
Ay's' Poisional Wing claimed loss every-now and then without two TU-16 Badger bombers were inter- the flights 'of the two Soviet
reponsiblity for the killings having it deal a major blow to me. cepted before they reached the fighters were "common knowledge"'
offive police officers 'over the I don't have to win every primary." Alaskan coastline and identified among junior officers of the~ Army.'
-e'ekend. 'Carter said he thought" he would by U.S. Air Force fighter inter- brigade involved in the exercise do well in Michigan-- "I' don't ~~in- ceptor aircraft. They Iturned' back "within~ days' of' their happening." tend to lose"-- but he said a loss before 'reaching the Alaskan' land Exercise Jack Fr'ost"'involved BEIRU (I) --Leftist factions in would, not cripple his~ chancems.te12dIfnrBigead
Lebano gor. thekirg frjcno f anby Ualogy 'in ihgan'also,'demanded Coluimnist Jack Anderson' reported the First 'Ranger Battalion. The yeteda for their reectorf ane Detotyro Carter and from yesterday that Mig-23 or Mig-25 a brigade of about 3,000 troops was
Syra'speaemkin efort. he etritMayor Coleman Young over a fighter planes" photographed parts involved~ in' occupying wartime
lfitrenewed their call for an remark Young made tying Udall to of the Alaska pipeline and Army defense positions around pipeline
edtSi a' military interven- the racial policies of the Mormon, defense maneuvers during exercise installations, facing a simulated tionin he 3-mnthold ebaese ChuchJack Frost in November-December attack by "the Rnes c viwar. But they also saytheyf're U~dall said 'his parents were Mor- 1975.,'.
a ~ing chutdwnfrtlk ih mo edrh bu hat he split with The Air'Force said:-no Soviet "osqetythere was' much
factions involved in the fight- the chrh30 years ago over its fighters were identified as flying intelligence concerning U.S.?
policies, which deny blacks the over 'Alaska during the period of military "plans to' be gained by rank of priest, which is given to that exercise. ' closely observing and photographevery other faithful male member. Representative John Murphy, 'ing the maneuvers," Murphy wrote HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--"Rich Man~i, Poor Democrat-New York, said he had Rumsfeld.
Man" walked away with the nomina- a t in s C l been told of the Mig fighters Murphy's office said Rumsfeld tions, but collected only three flying south along the Alaska pipe- had not yet responded to his May EyAards last night from the' Capta'in Frank T. $Watkins will ;line during the A'rmy exercise. 7 letters.
Teevision Academy, The American' hold Captain's Call tomorrow at ''' '' Broadcasti~ng Company led t et- 3:30 p.m.' at the Windjammer.' All] O e workswith 7 awads. Hstessnaval station personnel, theirOv r 2 ad nc ,in G nt am Mayyler? Moore collected her' dependents 'and ,civiliani personnel
ffth Erny' for best performance by are invited to attend 'and d4iscuss5
acress in a cmedy se'ri1e4. issues.'


Soiet Ajournalist caught, trying 'to buy


iitaroy information from Navy chief

TOKYO~ (AP)-dS etee 'Soviet sources said. K 4
journa ist iTo yae protested They said a U.S.' Navy chief petty
tJapanese' plice ove 'the arrest officer identified only as "A" was
oaSov~iet correspondent charged with' Matchekhine at the time. Police
wih ring to buy classified said the petty officer, from th e U.S. military information. aircraft carrier Midway, based in Te' protest note, made public Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, told
yterday by Tass, Pravda and Radio th~em. that Matchekhine had offered'
Moco correspondents in Tokyo, said to. pay $1,000 for each item of'
th aretof Al.exandre Matchekhine secret information' he obtained on~
of th oosti Press Agency was radar, electronics and codes. used a breach of journalists' freedom. by the U.S. 7th 'Fleet. '
ofaccess to ?news sources.
Tenote 'demned immeediate ' A, police spokesman said yesterday
reeae f he38-year-old ' police had'detected Matchekhine's
Soviet cocepnet 'hose case was contact ?with the petty officer
refrrd t te oodistrict "shortly before we arrested him."
poeuo'ofice Saturday. Police said the U.S. Navy man '
iJoe ' arre t' e( was iiil !liii!ii! !ii!ili!i! : no un >rres;, t '.r il :]i k iiii yde-l :m Approx i matii !ii :: :; : , ; : ii~!iiiii iii~I :i!~li~l!!i l yi~i l 25iil q :i ! I i!iiili ii II : J: :. ,liii i: q 4 , ~ : 4 vi:::; !i :: i~ i :ii! J:
based on ~!!i%(ii!i~~ l!iii~ii~(:iY ll ~ th ap n '~ i any c i!i iii~ l ass;: i fiii ~l d!iii i, 3 ~iii!ii~! i in' formiiiil i~ii i dn toiiiiA DOUBii iiii i~ i i] ~~~~~iiii~~ i~ ii ( ,iii :iq! L E i ii c~ i i~ ! EREMON!i ~ /:iiii~i?!i!ll,~Y' Y st r y there i were at least 25 happy peop'le in Giitmo.
4ty ieaty Underiii!iiii!i!!ii~~ii!i i v iet iiiiii~~i:ii! ii:i~lli iii Co sponient. i lorii ii were~iii advanced ati a cermiii i~i outsii i de th
ts t sia l 'r, sell secre '; ~ i ,, i! i: ~ !i!i The U. S .. em ba ~i ii il ,sy, an a h U ' ~ii ii i : : !; : !ii,' i i Ad i i t a ion ! ii i !ii Bu l i g n a, e ie ei ng!~~il ;i 'advancediii 'to thi'rd ~~i~ li~ii!!!i~iii!iiii~ ~ i f r a Ion '~~~ h~~i!'i~~~~i! are ~iiii~ ii i i ; ~Navy i ;!i ! have ii ?i~ not i i com eu Oni ii!i i] the'iii ii~; "i! ii~~~~i !iiiiii~il c~i~ l ass i!i~'~i ,i~~!;!i reenl i~ ! :i! i sted ii i~ii ii for i " four years just~ i prior toi is advncms i M53iii! !i !~! !! ! !!ii~iii~~~!i
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rage 2 Guantanamo Gazette Tuesday, May 18, 1976

CONSO MIXED DOUBLES SUiMMER

LEAGUE TO BEGIN Jordan considers*

I'The COMO Mixed Doubles Summer b y n isls
League will commence bowling Thurs- bu i g m s le
Comm nityday. Anyone interestedd in bowling in this league snouli contact LCdr fo
Price at 85556 DWH or Pat Wood at fr m U.S.S.R.
95318 DWR.
AMMAN , Jordan (AP) --Air Marshal
BulletinKutachov, commander of the Soviet Air Force and deputy defense minFeder l gun lawsister, arrived here yesterday to
Feder l gun lawsdiscuss the possible sale of antiBoardaircraft missiles by Jordan.
militaryKutachov' s arrival- marked the
apply to m ltr first official Soviet visit to comply Jordan since the two countries
COMSAYNT-iiay esne utcml established diplomatic relations COMSSR OTwita personeglin must im in 1968.
withfedralreglatins henfriJordanian officials said Jordan
The commissary stQre will be open porting handguns into the United is considering buying Soviet on Saturday, May 29, from 10 a.m. States. A member of the armed missiles after failing to reach MEETINGS ~to 2 p.m. -for the-9venience of forces, who is a resident of any areetwt t anam METNSGitmo residents-, state or territory which requires agpireeen th Uitd ta s arm that a permit or other 'authoriza- delivery of American-made Hawk TOAYSUNDAY SCHOOL 7 W R AND tion be issued prior topsein missiles.
or owning a handgun, shall submit The officials added that King EXECIE to7 orWORKERS MEETING proof of compliance with all state Hussein would still prefer to
'XRIEfrom 6 o7p.m. Flaws before an application to import acquire weapons from his tradition*more information call Leonard -Gober~t Protestant Sunday school teachers a handgun may be approved. al Western suppliers but would at 901l2-6 AWR. and workers w 4 have a meeting The'District of Columbia, Guam, look elsewhere if he were unable
THE.-GUANTIAAMO BAY SELF DEFENSE Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the band Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, to obtain what he wanted from
CLUB will practice at the Morin Cen- roomi of W.T. Sampson High School. New York, Puerto Rico and the West. 0 ter tonight'-from 6 p.m. to 8p.m. Many important upcoming events Virgin Islands require certifica- Hussein is scheduled to visit "-"OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will'~ will "be.discussed and the chapel tion. Mso etmnh practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mar- 'nursery will be open. Dessert will Military personnel must obtain MIso nhexf tie nth. prcas
beedHall. For more information ",sOe served" following the meeting, evidence that the legal require- of THew difiltes aover ater purhe call 98258 AWJT. IGHT ofDUIN h f,'e idec htae bee etrior United States raised the price of
_THESURE LOSERS WEGTRDCN frsdec aebe e ro a 14-battery system to $800 million, 'Club will. meet, at Quonset Hut 211A SW I MI N ITRUCTOR NEEDED to importing a handgun. The per- the officials added. behind the'old-elementary school at' V1 mit license, certification or American sources here said a
7 p.m. For more information call Special Services is looking for registration of firearms identifi- high-ranking U.S. Defense Depart-' Joan Frands'en at' 951197. anyone who is interested in instruc- cation card must be obtained and ment official will visit Amman
-'1BOY SCOUTS 'will meet in the Boy ting or assisting with-summer swim- submitted to. the Bureau of Alcohol, 'next week 'for further talks on the Stout- Hut, 6th Street, Villamar at ming classes. Also 'any students 'Tobacco and Firearms along with Hawk missile deal. 7:30 p.m. Fo~r more information call- interesting in a position as aide to ATF form 6a, which may be obtained Last week the Jordanian govern-' "Sharon Pox at 64462. ' ' the swimming instructor' can register from headquarters, Bureau of ment 'spokesman denied reports
GITMO BAY BRIDGE CLUB meets at at the Special Services Office. For Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, claiming that Saudi 'Arabia would 7' p'm.'at the COMO4 Club. Call'Jim 'further information call Special P.O. Box 75, Ben Franklin Station, cut off aid to Jordan if it Cossey'at'85149 AW.H. The club is Services at 951160. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20004. bought any Soviet weapons. open to~ all' base, residents.
BINGO will' be- played at the CPO
Clubheginning at 8 p.m.- jAFRA will-hold their'monthly DRAWING CLASSES OFFERED Chlrysler converter p rsnow a a l be meet-ing 'at-the Fleet Home at 8 p.m. p rsa alb e
- -'-: - - Classes in the basics of drawing
c ,omposiion and color theory will Chrysler Military Sales Corpora- or APO/FPO. The cost, to include BACCALAUREATE SERVICE -"be offered Friday evenings beginn- tion (CMSC) has advised that it now mailing, is currently $30. Chrysler Ing this 'Friday--at '7 'p'~m. The offers catalytic converter replace- has requested orders be placed 30 At '6':30 p m'.-on Sunday th Ie William classes are designed for the be- ment parts for use on 1975 and days in ,advance of requirement. T ' Samtpson High School-Baccalaureate ginner or those desiring further 1976 Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth Requests for replacement pipes Service will be held in the-base Instruction, The cost is $4' for autos and light trucks equipped should include the following: chapel. 'This service has been pre- four sessions. CGlasses will' be with catalytic converters. a. vehicle serial number,
~paedbymemer o -tisyer' held in the Caribbean 'Arts and - No catalytic' converter importation b. engine size (6 or 8 cylind graduatingg class. It will' be an Crafts Association room 6, loca- restrictions exist for 1975 model c. member's name and mailing
-interfaith service and ;all members ted at the oJV elementary' school, vehicles. Replacement components - address, of- the community are 'invited to ' For further information call' '' for 1975 models 'are offered only d. confirmation (orders) of mem.attend'.Areception will- follow this -99189 AT. -'' to assist members who may desire bers assignment overseas, serice'on the patio,' hosted by the ''to preserve the effectiveness of e. remittance of $30 by cashier women of the (chapel. ' 'their vehicle's catalytic converter, bank or certified check.
NJO-TAP SINGLES TOURNAMENT The replacement package consists ' Requests should be mailed to INSTALLATION OF LODGE OFFICERS 'of a replacement pipe, attachment Chrysler Military Sales Corporation, 'Check -in time for the No Tap Men hardware, gas filler neck adapter Plaza Building, 100 Crossways Park The 'Caribbean Naval Lodge an- and Women Singles Tournament will and instruction booklet. West, Woodbury, N.Y. 11797. All" nounces there will be an installation -be' Saturday before. 8 p.m. Cost is The package will be mailed by the information can be obtained by 'of officers tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in $4 per person entering, ' -company to any location in CONUS calling (516) 921-2800. the Masonic Apts., Building -800.
After the installation there will be FUMIGATION CHAMiBER TO OPEN R eagan c a g government p lce a special communication for the pur- '-c ag sp lce pose conducting workin the se- '. The fumigation chamber will this 'hcnd 'degree.:"All''fellow 'Craft and 2Friday from :'30 a m., to '3:30 p.m. trae s ~ i Master'Masons are cordially and fra- ~to accept items for fumigationJJLSUk0 au o lfu s.' "ternail'y invited-to attend.' "'Itemis may be picked up-the following Tuesday between 1 and 3'p'.m.' LOS ANGELES (AP)--A spokesman for only they will be able to meet fuel
-RACKETBAL11 OURNAMENT ' 'Republican presidential challenger standards.'
- ' '"' ''' ~ '' "' 'Ronald Reagan said yesterday that Eric Zausner, deputy EPA adminisSpecial, Services will host an CUB SC'OUT COMM ITTEE Reagan's statement that government trator, said he believed the Energy Inter-Command "racketball'tornament ' ''rules would increase unemployment Policy and Conservation Act signed Saturday and Sunday beginning at The Cub- 'Scout committee will meet in the auto industry was based on by President Ford last December
-l0 0 at'm The'f'inal day for sign today "at 7:30 p~m," For more in- the estimate of a Ford Motor Co. would achieve its 1980 standards uw is Thursday before 4 p .m. For formation call Lynda 'Hollingsworth economist, without economic impact, including ~uher information or to register at '51027 ' Reagan had said Saturday 'in Mich- any loss of jobs.
'al~l Special Services at 951160. igan that "unrealistic fuel-use He also said the auto industry.
IEWC TO MEET 'standards" mandated by Washington may' apply to the secretary of transU,,NAVAL " GUANTANAMO BAY, "would cost at least 200,000 Mich- 'portation for modification of the
EASE~ - - ' - CBA: The 'REWC (Hospital Enlisted Wives igan workers their jobs."' 'The ' 1985 standards and 'the secretary '~''lub) will hold itts 'May meeting- statement' had been questioned 'by a may adjust the standards between a thursday at East Bargo 7B at 7.30 Federal Environmental Protection range of '26,0 miles per gallon and p~.If you need transportation, Agency official. 27,7 miles per gallon, p lease call 951176 AT. Peter Hannaford, the Reagan "This flexibility assures that
-', spokesman,' said the former' Calif ore- no adverse effect will result as i3ARAGE SALE 'nia governor's statement was based we strive for. greater energy effGptJnH. HOoellU Capt~. ftnk T. Watin on an estimate from William ' iciency," Zausner said.
_,Nav' " Stall There will be an old fashioned Niskanen, chief economist for Ford.
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Tuesday, May 18, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

Bail set at $3 million for El Salvador


colonel arrested in illegal arms deal

NEW YORK (AP)-A seventh person recordings of the meetings." was held in lieu of $400,000 bail Cagianese, a one-time beer yesterday in an alleged plot with truck driver from South Hempstead, El Salvador's army chief of sta N.Y., was arrested at Kennedy to peddle 10,000 submachine guns Airport Sunday night as he flew to the United States underworld. in from Europe. "I don't knol that -I've ever Six others, including Salvadorean had a transacti come before me Chief of Staff Col. Manuel Alfonso which involved so much potential Rodriguez, no. 3 man in that danger to all f. us," U.S. Magis- Central American republic, were trate Marti 2Jacobs told the latest arrested at a Mt. Kisco, N.Y., def t, Dominick Cagianese. motel Saurday night. Federal "I cannot shake off the idea of autho ties say they were gathered 10,000 subnxlichine guns being there in connection with a $100,000 circulated." down payment to federal agents . However the lawyer-for Cagianese, posing as underworld figures. The

a 46-year old arms exporter, down payment was on the $2.5 claimed his client was "being made million purchase of the guns, a fall guy for a sophisticated officials said. undercover operation. The Americans arrested in the plot "Are you suggesting that the were identified as Frank G. government concocted this trans- Alvarez, 55, of Dix Hills, N.Y.Marley Murphy, Lisa Davenport and Bob Fleury put the finishing - action?" demanded Jacobs. Robert Michaelson, 45-of Plainview,
touches on their pop art pieces in preparation for the Fine Arts "I certainly am, your honor, N.Y. and IrwinT Tbocman of
Show at the Multi-purpose room of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School on replied defense lawyer Bennett M anhattan. Others arrested were . Thursday, May 20th. Other students will also display their art work. Epstein. Raymond Geralda, 48, a native of
The. chorus, tutored by Mrs. 'Fox, will perform. There will also be Asst. 'U.S. Atty. Gerald Feffer ElSvaonwlingnFrtLe
ampsconet It is all free, compliments of the students of the suggested Epstein would "have a N.J., and Miguel D. Celis, 39,
W.T. SmsnElementary School. different picture if he heard tape _of El Salvador.
'Rodriguez' role, federal officials
-claimed, was to falsely attest that
- guns were f or legitimate 'exportto the city of Sani Salvador, lin
order to obtain State Department

Hurricane season approaches Guantanamo-sntofrthisae
Rodriguez was held in '$3 million
bail, while the other five def endants were held in lieu of
Hurricane Condition Four will be $300,000 to $1 million.
set in Gitmo on June 1. This con- WK
dition. will remain in effect
through Nov. 30--unless a hurricane, Crane see rmaton
such as Eloise last September,
.,decides: to pay Gitno a visit and on nu.an troops
tre base mu:st prepare for Hurricane
Condition One. in Panama
Although Hurricane Eloise broke
up before she reached Gitmo, WASHINGTON (AP)--Rep. Philip
residents-were prepared for the Crane, R-Ill., announced -yesterday
worst-and took the necessary - he will file a resolution of inprecautions. Among the reasons quiry seeking information on the Gitmo was so well prepared for e number of Cuban or other-foreignEloise were the periodic troops o advisers in Panama or
hurricane exercises held while the Panama Canal Zone.
Gitmo was in Hurricane-Condition - The resolution of inqiry, if- Four. - approved by the full House, would
Fon- Dec. 1 through May 31 constitute a~ formal demand rfor theHurrican Condition Fi.v.e i{s set. Pentagon to supply whatever inThis is- themtie when hurricanes formationit has on the presenc, are not. likely to- occuri. Of of such foreign troops or para-
cou-rse, this is not to say that military advisers.
hurricanes will not strike, but Crane said his action was in they are not likely. Hurricanes >-response to a news report from
can be expel cted any -timpe the rest - Miami that an additional 500 Cuban
of the-year. -troops have arrived iPanama,
Huri~rcane Condition Four tech- - Guantaano was prepared for Hurricane Eloise last September. Hurricane raIin the teota e troe 3,h0-.s nically means destructive wnsexercises will ensure that we are as ready should another hurricane is' notthese reotsrenstruce, thi
-'-�~are anticipated within 72 wonds. theae the only another iyseacro ~ii~ can Coditin Tree our, theate th bas ths yer~-Fidel Castro's commitment to th~e HuricneCoditonTheemeans
-destrutive winds are within 48 should be moved away from windows break down, wait for an official- exportation of revolution throu~ghrhour away. During Condition~ Two, and door openings. -Small articles announcement before using >the -out the hemisphere, but is 'further
destructive winds can be expected should be put in' -closets or system. - proof of the growing tie between
within 24 hours; and Condition lockers. Tomorrow yu can find out what - the Cuban dictator and the military
-Two-rv m6eans hurricane winds -~Flashlights -with extra batteries, your hurricane shelter is and what dictator of Panam~a, Gem. Omar
will arrive in Gitmo within 24' a hurricane lamp, candles, matches, you should and should not take - Torrijos," Crane said in a statehours. Two-Alpha means that or- other -lighting for use in to the' shelters.- m ent.
hurricane winds are only 12-hours' emergencies should be available in
away, and Condition One is set s ncase of power failures.
when destructive winds are impend- You should make sure you have
ing. Condition One-Alpha is set first aid supplies, such as
when~ destructive winds of 40 mph bandages, adhesive tape, >antiseptics
first- strikSe the base an~d the vand anything else that could be i m
-meteorologica1 situation indicates '-used in an emergency.
--destructive winds of greater Tape and floor~ lamps, fans, stoves,
strength are imminent.- washers, dryers'and other electrical
When Hurricane Condition Two- appliances must be disconce.l g a
Brv sset,-you sol olw Tesic controlling the hot i
>certain instructions in order to water heater should be turned off.
ensure your -safety-of your property. -freezers. -You -must make an inspection of fRefrigerators and freezers should
your yard. Outside furniture, b'e turned to the coldest setting
bicycles, garbage cans, toys, plants and opened only when necessary, so .
~and other items -must -be tied to trees if powr goes off, food will stay'
-- or noved inside to prevent them from' cold for a longer tine. Has Gitmo become New York City?
being blown, about by the winds and It is advisable to have automobile
becoming potential hazards. gas tanks filled in case i~t is rDear Editor,
Exteir canvas screens,- porch1 impose ible to obtain gas after
shad~es andoter hanging articles. the hu-ricane. A few weeks ago, while driving home from work at about 5 p.m.,-







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e, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast Partly cloudy High tide-12:11p A with isolated LW tide-6: O3pm showers. Winds SutVLze --6.24&m southerly 10-15 9igh4-----85 it conditions 1-3 Low-------73 The Navua onlg bho e-bed daily feet. Tuesday, May 18 1976 World News Digest LONDON (AP)--North Atlantic (NATO) allied leaders yesterday were reported ready to cut Italy out of their nuclear and intelligence systems if Communists join the Rome government in force after next month's election. NEW YORK (AP)--"Trends in the W bbean are worrying U.S. comes with a stake in the region," te'Wall Street Journal said yesterday. In a front-page article, the Financial Daily adds that "nationalism and Castro stir doubts abour investing. BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)-Rival Roman Catholic and Protestant groups threatened yesterday to escalate their guerrilla struggle in Northern Ireland after at least 13 persons were slain in the British province's bloodiest violence in months. The outlawed Irish Republican Army's Provisional Wing claimed responsibility for the killings of five police officers over the weekend. BEIRUT (UPI)--Leftist factions in Lebanon got backing from Libya yesterday for their rejection of Syria's peacemaking efforts. The leftists renewed their call for an end to Syria's military intervention in the 13-month-old Lebanese civil war. But they also say they're ling to sit down for talks with r factions involved in the fightHOLLYWOOD (UPI)--"Rich Man, Poor Man" walked away with the nominations, but collected only three Emmy Awards last night from the Television Academy. The American Broadcasting Company led the networks with 17 awards. Hostess Mary Tyler Moore collected her fifth Emmy for best performance by actress in a comedy series. Michigan primary today Primary battle wqged on Ford's home ground (STORY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS)--President Ford and .Ronald Reagan stayed home yesterday, while Democrats Jimmy Carter and Morris Udall went to Ford's home state of Michigan. Everyone seemed to have one eye on Michigan and the other on Ford's other home, the White House, Michigan is holding Republican and Democratic presidential primaries today, and the GOP vote in his home state was considered a crucial test for Ford, who has lost five of the last six primaries to challenger Reagan. Frontrunner Carter was challenged in Michigan by Udall and in Maryland by California Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., but he said neither was crucial in his getting the Democratic nomination, Carter said. "A defeat for Brown would be a serious blow, it could not be serious for me," Carter said of his race against Brown, who is facing his first primary test. Carter left Maryland for Michigan yesterday, while Brown continued stumping in Maryland. In Michigan later, Carter said: "One good thing about my campaign has been that I can accommodate a loss every now and then without having 'it deal a major blow to me. I don't have to win every primary." Carter said he thought he would do well in Michigan-"I don't intend to lose"-but he said a loss would not cripple his chances, Udall, in Michigan also, demanded an apology from Carter and from Detroit Mayor Coleman Young over a remark Young made tying Udall to the racial policies of the Mormon' Church. Udall said his parents were Mormon leaders but that he split with the church 30 years ago over its policies, which deny blacks the rank of priest, which is given to every other faithful male member. Captain's Call Captain Frank T. Watkins will hold Captain's Call tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. at the Windjammer. All naval station personnel, their dependents and civilian personnel are invited to attend and discuss issues. "I paid the price of doing so in my own family and among my friends," Udall said, adding that Young either !'deliberately distorted the record or he doesn't care whether he did or not," Young refused to apologize, calling Udall a "crybaby," and Carter said that held not believe in attacks based on a man's religion but that the argument did not involve him, "That's a problem between Mr. Udall and Mayor Young," he said, Though Reagan and Ford stayed out of Michigan yesterday, both have been busy ii the state in recent days. Reagan has continued his attacks against Ford on the Panama Canal and Henry Kissinger's foreign policy, but the latter may have lost its luster yesterday with the secretary of state's comment that he was likely to leave his post in the fall, even if Ford is elected, Ford has continued preaching he has brought a return to confidence in government and a return to prosperity, Michigan has serious unemployment problems. Last week government figures showed Michigan hardest hit of the states in 1975 with a 12.5 per cent jobless rate and Detroit worst of 11 cities, with a 17.4 per cent unemployment. Air Force dknies Migs flew over U.S. WASHINGTON (AP)--The U.S. Air Force denied yesterday that Soviet Mig fighter planes flew over the Alaskan pipeline in 1975 but confirmed that Soviet bombers were identified as penetrating Alaskan air space. An Air Force spokesman said the two TU-16 Badger bombers were intercepted before they reached the Alaskan coastline and identified by U.S. Air Force fighter interceptor aircraft. They turned back before reaching the Alaskan land mass. Columnist Jack Anderson reported yesterday that Mig-23 or Mig-25 fighter planes photographed parts of the Alaska pipeline and Army defense maneuvers during exercise Jack Frost in November-December 1975. The Air Force said no Soviet fighters were identified as flying over Alaska during the period of that exercise. Representative John Murphy, Democrat-New York, said he had been told of the Mig fighters flying south along the Alaska pipeline during the Army exercise. Murphy, earlier this month, asked Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to tell him "what we are doing about it." Murphy said his information came to him from an eyewitness to the incursion and "highly placed" intelligence sources, and that the flights of the two Soviet fighters were "common knowledge" among junior officers of the Army brigade involved in the exercise "within days of their happening." Exercise Jack Frost involved the 172nd Infantry Brigade and the First Ranger Battalion. The brigade of about 3,000 troops was involved in occupying wartime .defense positions around pipeline installations, facing a simulated attack by the Rangers. "Consequently there was much intelligence concerning U.S. military plans to be gained by closely observing and photographing the maneuvers," Murphy wrote Rumsfeld. Murphy's office said Rumsfeld had not yet responded to his May 7 letters. Over 25 advanced in Guantanamo Soviet journalist caught trying to buy military information from Navy chief TOKYO (AP)--Seventeen Soviet journalists in Tokyo have protested to Japanese police over the arrest of a Soviet correspondent charged with trying to buy classified U.S. military information. The protest note, made public yesterday by Tass, Pravda and Radio Moscow correspondents in Tokyo, said the arrest of Alexandre Matchekhine of the Novosti Press Agency was a breach of journalists' freedom of access to news sources. The note demanded immediate release of the 38-year-old Soviet correspondent, whose case was referred to the Tokyo district prosecutor's office Saturday. Police said Friday they arrested Matchekhine on charges of violating a special law based on the JapanU.S. security treaty. Under it, attempts to steal or sell secret U.S. military information are punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Matchekhine was arrested last Wednesday when he tried to flee after failing to produce his identification for police, official sources said. They said a U.S. Navy chief petty officer identified only as "A" was with Matchekhine at the time. Police said the petty officer, from the aircraft carrier Midway, based in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo, told them that Matchekhine had offered to pay $1,000 for each item of secret information he obtained on radar, electronics and codes used by the U.S. 7th Fleet. A police spokesman said yesterday police had detected Matchekhine's contact with the petty officer "shortly before we arrested him." Police said the U.S. Navy man was not under arrest. They declined to say if he had provided any classified information to the Soviet correspondent. The U.S. embassy and the U.S. Navy have not commented on the case. Police said they confiscated memorandum notes and three undeveloped rolls of film from Matchekhine but declined to desribe the contents of notes or film. DOUBLE CEREMONY--Yesterday there were at least 25 happy people in Gitmo. Approximately 25 sailors were advanced at a ceremony outside the Administration Building. One man, besides being advanced to third class, reenlisted for four years just prior to his advancement. MS3 Brian S. Casey, who works at the BOQ, reenlisted under the Guard II Program. The Guard II Program is a special incentive program only for deserving personnel with less than 10 years of service. Under it they can request their next duty station. Casey will leave for his choice, Sigonella, Sicily in July. Casey plans to get married before he leaves for Sigonella, where his bride will join him. Vol. 31, No. 95 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba P,

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Page 2 r MEETINGS TODAY EXERCISE from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information call Leonard Gobert at 90126 AWH. THE GUANTANAMO BAY SELF DEFENSE CLUB will practice at the Morin Center tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marblehead Hall. For more information call 98258 AWF. THE SURE LOSERS WEIGHT REDUCING Club will meet at Quonset Hut 211A behind the old elementary school at 7 p.m. For more information call Joan Frandsen at 951197. BOY SCOUTS will meet in the Boy Scout Hut, 6th Street, Villamar at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Fox at 64462. GITMO BAY BRIDGE CLUB meets at 7 p.m. at the COMO Club. Call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. The club is open to all base residents. BINGO will be played at the CPO Club beginning at 8 p.m. LAFRA will hold their monthly meeting at the Fleet Home at 8 p.m. BACCALAUREATE SERVICE At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday the William I. Sampson High School Baccalaureate Service will be held in the base chapel. This service has been prepared by members of this year's graduating class. It will be an interfaith service and all members of the community are invited to attend. A reception will follow this service on the patio, hosted by the women of the chapel. INSTALLATION OF LODGE OFFICERS The Caribbean Naval Lodge announces there will be an installation of officers tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Apts., Building 800. After the installation there will be a special communication for the purpose or conducting work in the second degree. All fellow Craft and Master Masons are cordially and fraternally invited to attend. -RACKETBALL TOURNAMENT Special Services will host an Inter-Command racketball tournament Saturday and Sunday beginning at 10:30 a.m. The final day for sign up is Thursday before 4 p.m. For further information or to register call Special Services at 951160. AS. NAVAL BASE GUANTANAMOBAY, CUBA Capt. Joh w HS.Mconnell capt. Frank T.Watkins 14C s.,SialSfftion NavalBase Nalsato cder Comanding Officer LCdr. Michael Chery.Public Affairs Officer J03 Bob Hitchcock.j.Editor PH2 Dave Clarke. .Photographer JO2 Deb Galloway.Reporter JOSA Clay Willi s. .Reporter Th Cost.s published according to the ls and r elatims for ship and station newspapers as out lined In NAEOS P-35 and under the direction of the Nal Base public ffairsoffice. Prnted fie Stes weekly at government penseon government equipment, the opinions or ,S5.s.5, 5 item that appear herein are nottob ne-daofi cial or as reflecting the ,ews of Cs seor th Depar .ment of the Navy. Guantanamo Gazette NCOMMISSARY NOTE The commissary store will be open on Saturday, May 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the convenience of Gitmo residents. SUNDAY SCHOOL TE -ERS AND WORKERS MEETING Protestant Sunday school teachers and workers will have a meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the band room of W.T. Sampson High School. Many important upcoming events will be discussed and the chapel nursery will be open. Dessert will be served following the meeting. SWIMMING4I TRACTOR NEEDED Special Services is looking for anyone who is interested in instructing or assisting with summer swimming classes. Also any students interesting in a position as aide to the swimming instructor can register at the Special Services Office. For further information call Special Services at 951160. DRAWING CLASSES OFFERED Classes in the basics of drawing composition and color theory will be offered Friday evenings beginning this Friday at 7 p.m. The classes are designed for the beginner or those desiring further instruction. The cost is $4 for four sessions. Classes will be held in the Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association room 6, located at the old elementary school, For further information call 99189 AT. NO-TAP SINGLES TOURNAMENT Check in time for the No Tap Men and Women Singles Tournament will be Saturday before 8 p.m. Cost is $4 per person entering. FUMIGATION CHAMBER TO OPEN The fumigation chamber will this Friday from 7:30 am., to 3:30 p.m. to accept items for fumigation. Items may be picked up the following Tuesday between 1 and 3 p.m. CUB SCOUT COMMITTEE The Cub Scout committee will meet today at 7:30 p~m. For more information call Lynda Hollingsworth at 951027. IEWC TO MEET The HEWC (Hospital Enlisted Wives Ilub) will hold it's May meeting thursday at East Bargo 7B at 7:30 p.m. If you need transportation, please call 951176 AT. GARAGE SALE There will be an old fashioned garage sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Caravella Point 12B. Items featured will be books, furniture, fans, kitchenware. dishes, baby clothes, book case, toys, and antique glasses. VILLAMAR POOL TO OPEN The Villamar Pool will be open to all patrons this week. Community Bulletin Board LOS ANGELES (AP)--A spokesman for Republican presidential challenger Ronald Reagan said yesterday that Reagan's statement that government rules would increase unemployment in the auto industry was based on the estimate of a Ford Motor Co. economist. Reagan had said Saturday in Michigan that "unrealistic fuel-use standards" mandated by Washington "would cost at least 200,000 Michigan workers their jobs." The statement had been questioned by a Federal Environmental Protection Agency official. Peter Hannaford, the Reagan spokesman, said the former California governor's statement was based on an estimate from William Niskanen, chief economist for Ford. The estimate was supported by Justin Moran, a spokesman for the Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association, who said the estimate seemed reasonable, although he had not heard the figure before. Moran said it takes fewer workers to produce a subcompact car and that subcompacts would Predominate in the industry by 1985 because, barring technological breakthroughs, Chrysler converter parts now available' Chrysler Military Sales Corporation (CMSC) has advised that it now offers catalytic converter replacement parts for use on 1975 and 1976 Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth autos and light trucks equipped with catalytic converters. No catalytic converter importation restrictions exist for 1975 model vehicles. Replacement components for 1975 models are offered only to assist members who may desire to preserve the effectiveness of their vehicle's catalytic converter. The replacement package consists of a replacement pipe, attachment hardware, gas filler neck adapter and instruction booklet. The package will be mailed by the company to any location in CONUS or APO/FPO. The cost, to include mailing, is currently $30. Chrysler has requested orders be placed 30 days in advance of requirement. Requests for replacement pipes should include the following: a. vehicle serial number, b. engine size (6 or 8 cylind c. member's name and mailing address, d. confirmation (orders) of members assignment overseas, e. remittance of $30 by cashier bank or certified check. Requests should be mailed to Chrysler Military Sales Corporation, Plaza Building, 100 Crossways Park West, Woodbury, N.Y. 11797. All information can be obtained by calling (516) 921-2800. only they will be able to meet fuel standards. Eric Zausner, deputy EPA administrator, said he believed the Energy Policy and Conservation Act signed by President Ford last December would achieve its 1980 standards without economic impact, including any loss of jobs. He also said the auto industry may apply to the secretary of transportation for modification of the 1985 standards and the secretary may adjust the standards between a range of 26,0 miles per gallon and 27.7 miles per gallon. "This flexibility assures that no adverse effect will result as we strive for greater energy efficiency," Zausner said. LAST WEEK'S WATER FIGURES Water produced: 11,945,000 Water consumed: 11,585,000 In storage: 18,829,000 Water gain: 360,000 (in gallons) Isom Reagan charges government policies threatens jobs in U.S. auto industry 1TF L I II r n I-llI CON.O MIXED DOUBLES SUMMER LEAGUE TO BEGIN The COMO Mixed Doubles Summer League will commence bowling Thursday. Anyone interested in bowling in this league snou.L contact LCdr Price at 85556 DWH or Pat Wood at 95318 DWH. Federal gun laws apply to military Military personnel must comply with federal regulations when importing handguns into the United States. A member of the armed forces, who is a resident of any state or territory which requires that a permit or other authorization be issued prior to possessing or owning a handgun, shall submit proof of compliance with all state laws before an application to import a handgun may be approved. The 'District of Columbia, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands require certification. Military personnel must obtain evidence that the legal requirements of his state or territory of residence have been met prior to importing a handgun. The permit license, certification or registration of firearms identification card must be obtained and submitted to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms along with ATF form 6a, which may be obtained from headquarters, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, P.O. Box 75, Ben Franklin Station, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20004. Tuesday, May 18, 1976 Jordan considers* buying missiles from U.S.S.R. AMMAN, Jordan (AP)--Air Marshal Kutachov, commander of the Soviet Air Force and deputy defense minister, arrived here yesterday to discuss the possible sale of antiaircraft missiles by Jordan. Kutachov's arrival, marked the first official Soviet visit to Jordan since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1968. Jordanian officials said Jordan is considering buying Soviet missiles after failing to reach agreement with its main arms supplier, the United States, on delivery of American-made Hawk missiles. The officials added that King Hussein would still prefer to acquire weapons from his traditional Western suppliers but would look elsewhere if he were unable to obtain what he wanted from West. 0 Hussein is scheduled to visit Moscow next month. The difficulties over the purchase of Hawk missiles arose after the United States raised the price of a 14-battery system to $800 million, the officials added. American sources here said a high-ranking U.S. Defense Department official will visit Amman next week for further talks on the Hawk missile deal. Last week the Jordanian government spokesman denied reports claiming that Saudi Arabia would cut off aid to Jordan if it bought any Soviet weapons.

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Tuesday, May 18, 1976 Bail set at $3 million for El Salvador colonel arrested in illegal arms deal Marley Murphy, Lisa Davenport and Bob Fleury put the finishing touches on their pop art pieces in preparation for the Fine Arts Show at the Multi-purpose room of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School on Thursday, May 20th. Other students will also display their art work. The chorus, tutored by Mrs. Fox, will perform. There will also be a band concert. It is all free, compliments of the students of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School. NEW YORK (AP)--A seventh person was held in lieu of $400,000 bail yesterday in an alleged plot with El Salvador's army chief of staff to peddle 10,000 submachine guns to the United States underworld. "I don't know that I've ever had a transaction come before me which involved so much potential danger to all of us," U.S. Magistrate Martin Jacobs told the latest def86dant, Dominick Cagianese. "I cannot shake off the idea of 10,000 submachine guns being circulated." However, the lawyer for Cagianese, a 46-year-old arms exporter, claimed his client was "being made a fall guy for a sophisticated undercover operation." "Are you suggesting that the government concocted this transaction?" demanded Jacobs. "I certainly am, your honor," replied defense lawyer Bennett Epstein. Asst. U.S. Atty. Gerald Feffer suggested Epstein would "have a different picture if he heard tape Hurricane season approaches Guantanamo Hurricane Condition Four will be set in Gitmo on June 1. This condition will remain in effect through Nov. 30--unless a hurricane, such as Eloise last September, decides to pay Gitmo a visit and the base must prepare for Hurricane Condition One. Although Hurricane Eloise broke up before she reached Gitmo, residents were prepared for the worst and took the necessary precautions. Among the reasons Gitmo was so well prepared for Eloise were the periodic hurricane exercises held while Gitmo was in Hurricane Condition Four. From Dec. 1 through May 31 Hurricane Condition Five is set. This is the time when hurricanes are not likely to occur. Of course, this is not to say that hurricanes will not strike, but they are not likely. Hurricanes can be expected any time the rest of the year. Hurricane Condition Four technically means destructive winds are anticipated within 72 hours. Hurricane Condition Three means destructive winds are within 48 hours away. During Condition Two, destructive winds can be expected within 24 hours; and Condition Two-Bravo means hurricane winds will arrive in Gitmo within 24 hours. Two-Alpha means that hurricane winds are only 12 hours away, and Condition One is set when destructive winds are impending. Condition One-Alpha is set when destructive winds of 40 mph first strike the base and the meteorological situation indicates destructive winds of greater strength are imminent. When Hurricane Condition TwoBravo is set, you should follow certain instructions in order to ensure your personal safety and the safety of your property. You must make an inspection of your yard. Outside furniture, bicycles, garbage cans, toys, plants and other items must be tied to trees or moved inside to prevent them from being blown about by the winds and becoming potential hazards. Exterior canvas screens, porch shades and other hanging articles. should be rolled up and tied or secured in some way. Outside TV antennas should be removed and if possible stored. All doors and windows must be checked and latches adjusted to make sure they will not be blown open. All adjustable louvers must be tightly secured. Water driven by high winds can penetrate block-wall quarters. Because of this, all furniture Guantanmo was prepared for Hurricane Eloise last September. Hurricane exercises will ensure that we are as ready should another hurricane threaten the base this year. should be moved away from windows and door openings. Small articles should be put in closets or lockers. Flashlights with extra batteries, a hurricane lamp, candles, matches, or other lighting for use in emergencies should be available in case of power failures. You should make sure you have first aid supplies, such as bandages, adhesive tape, antiseptics and anything else that could be used in an emergency. Tape and floor lamps, fans, stoves, washers, dryers and other electrical appliances must be disconnected. The switch controlling the hot water heater should be turned off. Do not disconnect refrigerators and freezers. Refrigerators and freezers should be turned to the coldest setting and opened only when necessary, so if power goes off, food will stay cold for a longer time. It is advisable to have automobile gas tanks filled in case it is impossible to obtain gas after the hurricane. It is a good idea to remove pictures, drapes and window shades to prevent damage. Venetian blinds should be secured at the bottom or completely raised and tied. Containers need to be sterilized and filled with water in case of an emergency. Bath tubs or basins with patented plugs should not be filled because the water will normally leak out in just a few hours. If the water system does break down, wait for an official announcement before using the system. Tomorrow you can find out what your hurricane shelter is and what you should and should not take to the shelters. recordings of the meetings." Cagianese, a one-time beer truck driver from South Hempstead, N.Y., was arrested at Kennedy Airport Sunday night as he flew in from Europe. Six others, including Salvadorean Chief of Staff Col. Manuel Alfonso Rodriguez, no. 3 man in that Central American republic, were arrested at a Mt. Kisco, N.Y., motel Saturday night. Federal authorities say they were gathered there in connection with a $100,000 down payment to federal agents posing as underworld figures. The down payment was on the $2.5 million purchase of the guns, officials said. The Americans arrested in the plot were identified as Frank G. Alvarez, 55, of Dix Hills, N.Y.; Robert Michaelson, 45 of Plainview, N.Y. and Irwin Tobocman of Manhattan. Others arrested were Raymond Geraldo, 48, a native of El Salvador now living in Fort Lee, N.J., and Miguel D. Celis, 39, of El Salvador. Rodriguez' role, federal officials claimed, was to falsely attest that guns were for legitimate export to the city of San Salvador, in order to obtain State Department sanction for their sale. Rodriguez was held in $3 million bail, while the other five defendants were held in lieu of $300,000 to $1 million. Crane seeks information on Cuban troops in Panama WASHINGTON (AP)--Rep. Philip Crane, R-Ill., announced yesterday he will file a resolution of inquiry seeking information on the number of Cuban or other foreign troops or advisers in Panama or the Panama Canal Zone. The resolution of inquiry, if approved by the full House, would constitute a formal demand for the Pentagon to supply whatever information it has on the presence of such foreign troops or paramilitary advisers. Crane said his action was in response to a news report from Miami that an additional 500 Cuban troops have arrived in Panama, raising the total to 3,000. "If these reports are true, this is not only another instance of Fidel Castro's commitment to the exportation of revolution throughout the hemisphere, but is further proof of the growing tie between the Cuban dictator and the military dictator of Panama, Gen. Omar Torrijos," Crane said in a statement. Gitmo Dialogue Has Gitmo become New York City? Dear Editor, A few weeks ago, while driving home from work at about 5 p.m., I saw a little boy laying next to the road on Sherman Avenue across from the zoo. He had fallen off his bike and knocked the wind out of himself. Fe was crying and stunned. What I am writing about is that three cars drove by and didn't stop: They slowed down and looked, then drove off. I stopped and another man and his family did. He helped me and I took the boy home. But has Gitmo become New York City? Name withheld. I Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

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Page 4 All ads will be run one time., only. You must submit your ad each time you want it to be printed. Ads may be submitted by calling 951144 or by dropping them in one of the drop boxes. Ads which discriminate on the asis of race, sex, creed, color-*or national origin will not be accepted. for sale Harley Davidson SX 175; 23" B/W console TV with remote control; Westinghouse frost free refrigerator. Call 85347 AT. Black naugahyde cushions for Navy chairs, $50; dinette set including china cabinet and four chairs, walnut veneer, $100; two piece sectional, $150; green and gold bedroom set, double bed, dresser, Chest, and night stand, $175; one A/C, Fedders, 24,000 BTU, one-yearold, $175; two Fedders A/C's, both 12,000 BTU, $100 each. Call 951270 AT. 22,000 BTU A/C, available June 30, $150; two 11,000 BTU A/C's available June 30, $100 each; 12,000 BTU A/C, available now, $100; 5,000 BTU A/C, available June 30, $50; 7,000 BTU A/C, needs thermostat, available now, $50; 11,000 BTU, needs fan motor, available now, $50; 12,000 Gibson A/C, needs compressor, available now, $100, Call 85855 AT. Two large, ornate, wood framed, fruitwood finish mirrors, 30"x47", $70; maternity clothes, size M, all cotton, like new, 14 pieces, $15; Playschool McDonalds, two months old and a bag of toys, $10; carpet padding for dining room, bedroom or bath, $4; Marx Bigwheels, faded but in good condition, $5; two new bike tubes, 26"1 3/8", $2.50; styrofoam surf board, $1; 4"x4" plastic photo holder, new, $1 each; pink wood tissue holder and round box, hand painted, $5 set; ladies four prong, white gold synthetic diamond ring, new, cost $40, sell for $20; two. month-old queen size quilted bed spread, shades of green, bamboo design, $25, Call 96198. Playpen, $10; walker, $5, infant carrier, $1; baby bath tub, $1; electric bottle warmer, $1; Playtex nurser set, $2; potty chair, $1; rotisserie motor, $2; 16-lb.bowling ball. $10; flash attachment for Polaroid, $2. Call 96281 AWH. Misc. scuba gear, all new, never been used, regulators, back packs, life vests, fins, masks and more. Call 98164^ 1973 Honda CB350, sissy bar and luggage rack; 1969 Plymouth Valiant, 4 door sedan. Can be seen at 364A KB, or call 99121 AWH. VW bench seat, excellent condition, suitable for van, $25. Call 96198 AT. 1965 Yamaha motor cycle, 305 engine, new tires, new exhaust, extra parts, engine just rebuilt, $450; Hoover apt, size washing machine, excellent condition, $80. Call 85696 DWH or 90135 AWH. Swimmobile, great for diving, $100. Call 95312 DWH or 7481 AWH, Room 114. Pair of red/blue checked, cotton twin bedspreads, good as new, $8 each. Call 951215 AT. 1974 Kawasaki 175cc, combination dirt and street bike, only 4,000 miles, excellent condition, comes with box full of parts, $500. Call 85554 DWH and ask tor Al, 1972 Honda CL 100, needs work, $300, Call 85812 AT, Sunfish sailboat with cradle and cover, 1 -years-old. Best offer or $400. Call 85671 DWH or 85855 AWH. Guantanamo Gazette 1971 Honda 450, excellent condition, sissy bar, some spare parts, tune up kit and helmet. Call 85316 AT or 85134 DWH and ask for White. 8'x 16' barrel boat, price negotiable. Call 952205 AT. 1963 Chevy Impala convertible, sixcylinder standard shift, runs but needs work, $175. Call 85747 DWH or P-305 GHB AWH and ask for Fitz. Avocado Whirlpool dishwasher, $90; copper Kenmore washer and dryer, $150; white Coldspot refrigerator, for keeping cold drinks, '$20. Packout date is May 27. Call 95350 AT. Black 100 Per-cent wool rug with pad, 9 'x19' with fringe on two ends, $150; two black naugahyde love seat sofas, traditional styling, $35 each or $60 for both. Call 95348, Mini-bike, needs repair, $50. Call 952259 AT, wanted Water pump for 1965 Ford Falcon; throttle cable for 73 Kawasaki, Call 97254 AT. Heyl & Patterson is taking applications for the position of secretary. Applicants should submit resume to H & P, next door to the Blue Caribe. For additional information call 85579. Married couple to housesit from June 1-16. and must also care for pets. References are a must. Call 85756 AT. Power mike for CB radio. Call 951264 or 951213 DWH or 951214 AWH. Scuba equipment such as tank, regulator, back pack. Call 90233 AWH. Golf cart, electric or gas motor. Call 97124 AT. services House and stove cleaning on weekends. Call Burke at 85734 or 85231 DWH. The Admiral's Trophy League began its season this week. This year there are two divisions of 12 teams each. The season is eleven weeks long, and the competition looks fierce. JCCRC and Naval Air Station Windward (NWSED) started the season without a flaw. They took all 14 points: 7 scratch -7 handicap. Naval Air Station Windward (Team "A'), Naval Station Blue (Team "B"), Naval Station Red (Team "B") and Photo Lab all started the\scratch season right by winning all seven, Some of the big scores during the first night were shot by: Dan Murray, 238-215/603; Doug WASHINGTON (AP)--The convictions of former White House aides John Ehrlichman and G. Gordon Liddy for their parts in the 1971 break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist were upheld yesterday by the U.S. Court of Appeals. But the court reversed convictions against Eugenio Martinez and Bernard L. Barker, the two men who actually carried out the Sept. 3 break in at the Los Angeles office of Dr. Louis J. Fielding. Ellsberg was a defendant in the Pentagon Papers trial. Ehrlichman, domestic affairs adviser to former President Richard Nixon, has been free since his conviction in the so-called Plumbers Case on July 12, 1971, and another conviction in the Watergate cover-up trial on Jan. 1, 1975. North Korea asks Japan Repair or service window or car A/C. Call 98227 AT. *and South Korea to join Babysit in my home for working mothers, ages 3 and up. Call 97174 AT. Babysit for working mothers. Have references. Call 95339 AT. Key chain with four keys in vicinity of Marine Exchange. Call 85222 AT. AM/FM tape cassette Sears model. Left in cabana 11 at Windmill Beach,. Call 951067 AT. Janet Guthrie passes. test INDIANAPOLIS (AP)--Janet Guthrie has finally passed her U-SAC rookie test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway after mechanical trouble and bad weather had postponed the driving examination for the past week. Pagett wins drags A Chevrolet El Camino 307 won Sunday's drag race. The Camino, driven by Art Pagett, beat Steve Sweet's 289 Cougar in the quarter mile races with an average time of 17.25. Pagett also defeated Rich Kennard's 350 Oldsmobile with an average time of 17.2 seconds. Pagett wound up the day by beating Don Hall's 390 Ford Ranch Wagon. Hall, who won on the previous race day, claimed he missed second gear, while Pagett said his auto thrives on ragged Fords. Robert Vogel in his 340 Dodge Swinger had the fastest track time with 14.85 seconds. in struggle against U. S TOKYO (AP)--North Korean President Kim Il-Sung has called for a joint struggle by the South Korean and Japanese people to prevent "the U.S. imperialists from controlling South Korea and Japan any longer." The official Korean Central News Agency broadcast Kim's remarks yesterday. It said they were his answer to questions from the editor of the Japanese political magazine "Sekai." Replying to warnings by South Korean leaders of a danger of invasion from the north, Kim asked: "Who will believe that such a small -country as ours is threatening the United States, which is seeking to dominate the world?" He said, "The U.S. imperialists and the South Korean authorities persist in their unfounded argument that we are threatening South Korea. This is quite contrary to fact. The Americans are threatening us, refusing to conclude a peace agreement and hold a dialogue with us." Kim insisted a peace agreement had to be concluded with the United States, and not South Korea, because "it is the U.S. imperialist aggressors who are acting as masters in South Korea now. They have full command of armed forces there. It is also the U.S. imperialists who concluded the military armistice agreement with us." That armistice ended the 195053 Korean War, in which United Nations forces joined the South in fighting against North Korean and Communist Chinese troops. Tuesday, May 18, 1976 Drewry, 213/602; Bill Frede, 245; Vic Baylosis, 235; and Glen Crawford; 233. Well that will make the handicap competition better next week. The Tuesday Night Scratch Doubles League continues to blaze away. Bowling a double shift this week the scores seemed twice as good. Here are a few of the best: Ken Lewis, 267-219/854, second set 207-212; R.J. Morrison, 211-234242/866, second set 221-213-201/803; Jim Kayser, 222-203-214/639; .and Dale Goodwin, 254/608. All together there were 30 games of 200 or better. There was no from the COMTEN teams at press til He and Liddy were sentenced to a minimum 20 months in prison on the Plumbers conviction. Liddy is currently serving time in prison for a conviction in the original Watergate break-in case. U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell gave Barker and Martinez suspended sentences, saying they had been "duped by high government officials" into committing the break-in. Ellsberg, a former government researcher who leaked the Pentagon Papers on U.S. involvement in Vietnam to the press, had been under treatment by Fielding. The break-in at the psychiatrist's office was designed to turn up information in private medical files. The break-in was carried out by the Plumbers, a secret White House investigative unit headed by Liddy and former White House assistant Egil Krogh. AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore 4, Milwaukee 3 Boston 7, Detroit 0 California 10, Chicago 5 Kansas City 8, Texas 7 Minnesota 5, Oakland 4 New York at Cleveland, rained out NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles 3 Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1 Atlanta 3, Houston 2(1st game) Houston 3, Atlanta 2(2nd game) San Diego 12, San Francisco 2 Local Tennis results Intercommand Tennis Tournament Scores--Saturday and Sunday COMMAND POINTS NAS 18 Dental 13 Marine Barracks 12 Naval Station Blue 6 Hospital 4 High School 4 Naval Station White 2 FTG 2 JCCRC 2 Security Group 1 Naval Station Red 1 Keglers Corner Mike Pind 0 Admiral's Trophy League begins season Ehrlichman-Liddy sentences to stand A F F2