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U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, June 17, 1976
Ambassador to Lebanon killed
aI)--The American ambassador to of State Kissinger to contact all Lebanon and an aide were kidnaped governments in the area as well as and killed yesterday in Beirut. Lebanese officials to help identify U.S. Ambassador Francis Meloy, ac- the murderers. companied by economic counsellor Kissinger emerged, from the Robert Waring, was enroute to his meeting, with a grim expression on~ first meeting with Lebanese Pres.- his face. It was just five weeks elect Elias Sarkis. ago that he picked Meloy, a career, TheU.S embassy in Beirut said diplomat, for the touchy post in " the two diplomats and their Beirut. eloy received orders fr. Lebanese driver apparently were the President to make an all-out kidnaped and murdered when they effort to arrange a lasting peace tried to cross the cease-fire line in Lebanon. between the Christian ~and Moslemu Three other U.S. officials have sectors of Beirut. When th~e embassy. been kidnaped in Beirut in the learned they ha notekept their last year but all were eventually appointment, officils began the released unharmed. search which later turned up their All factions in Beirut, ChristiAn, bullet-riddled bodies wrapped in Moslem and Palestinian guerrillas, carpets. denied knowledge of the kipnaping Pres. Gerald Ford was conferring and killing yesterday. with advisers on Meloy' s disappear- It cane as Arab League negotiators ance when word arrived at the White tried to win complete agreement to,; House that the a bassador was dead. their long-range peace plan. Ford conferred for almost another
hour with Secy. of State Henry A.
Kissinger, Vice Pres. Nelson
Rockefeller, CIA Director George U.S. aircraft sent Bush, and others.
The President said the three men o nru were assassinated while on a mission to C a ru orge E. Barton, chief staff officer, Nay- of peace and he ordered, "all ap1. The captain and his wife Gladys, propriate resources of the United today for the states. In a short States" be thrown into the hunt for WASHINGTON (AP)--The United States Is office all the base commanding their killers. Ford said, "Those has sent three Air Force transport
Col. Fennessy, C.O. Marine Barracks, responsible for these brutal assas- planes and four helicopters to a onnell gave Capt. Barton a flight sinations must be brought to jus- British base on Cyprus in case it rice."'The President ordered Secy. becomes necessary to evacuate Americans from Lebanon, the Pentagon contins hatCartr watedsaid yesterday.
i co tai s w at C rte wa tedAt the sane time, the Defense Department spokesman denied reports
His reply, "As I looked out over Time and time again, Eizenstat ad- that U.9:. combat troops have been the committee I certainly thought dressed the members and urged them deployed to Cyprus in preparation it was genuine. If they were acting to avoid "red flag" words or issues, for possible military intervention
I think that they're very good such as homosexual rights, amnesty, in the Lebanese civil war. j
actors and actresses." opposition to capital punishment, Three HC-130 and four HH-53 heliBut it wasn't all sweetness and full federalization of welfare copter-transport planes have been
light. John Gilligan, the committee costs. stationed there with the permission secretary and chairman of the task of the British government, the force which worked on the most con- "We are going to run a race a- spokesman said. troversial section on "human needs" gainSt one or two conservative The movement of the aircraft ocand civil rights, was exasperated Republicans," he said. "There is curred earlier this week and was in debate over homosexual rights no need to give them unnecessarily not connected with the disappearance and amnesty. He cracked, "Orde-- emotional issues." and deaths of U.S. Ambassador sire for self-immolation knows no Francis E. Meloy Jr., economic bounds." Because committee members repre- counsellor Robert Waring, and their A vice presidential possibility sented the various candidates in Lebanese driver, in Beirut, the himself, he quickly apologized. But proportion to their strength, Carter spokesman said. his repeated calls for leaving the forces were all over the place, "These aircraft have been posiCarter-backed draft language alone making sure votes went their way and tioned to support Sixth Fleet units paid off with few changes in the asking the liberal wing of the party presently operating in the eastern draft. to co-operate. Mediterranean to conduct humanitar......ih...ed, sian relief and-or life-saving operpardons for those in "financial or The liberals did so on their own, ations in Lebanon if required," the,
legal jeopardy because of their anyway, and they, along with the spokesman said.
peaceful opposition to the Vietnam Carter people and the more conserva- "This does not indicate any inwar," eventually had the blessing tive Henry Jackson and George minent move to evacuate people
of Carter's chief platform Wallace partisans, were able to from Lebanon," the spokesman
tive, Stuart Eizenstat. oe claim victory on nearly every plank. stressed.
(UPI)--FBI agents yesterday arrested two nurses at Veterans Administration Hospitals in Ann Arbor,
Michigan, and Chicago. Leonora
Perez and Filipina Narciso were indicted yesterday in the murders of five patients at the Ann Arbor V.A.
Hospital last summer. They will be
tried in federal courts.
WASHINGTON (UPI)--Former Texas
utcherson and the Crescendos performing Friday night at DClub and again Saturday t the CPO Club. Both peres will be from 9 to I a.m.
CPO POOL CLOSED
lub will nt of the at 10 a.m.
WATER SAFETY AIDES NEEDED
There is a critical need of onal water safety aide volunteer assist in the summer swimming
The CPO pool was closed at 8 a.i. today for approximately one week for maintenance. Swimming classes scheduled for the CPO pool will be held at the Iguana pool at their regular times.
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ed with that," "There's no basic difference" between ence. himself and the President on the h we are dis- school desegregation issue. But in vision that response to questions, he indicated .in circum- disagreements with Ford on two a three- points.
n then be Levi said he believes segregated ional years," private schools are illegal, despite
Ford's recent statement that private f the court schools receiving no federal funds een carried should be allowed to exclude blacks. assumption is "That is my position," he said. ny longer He added that he believes Ford was xtraordinary expressing a personal view rather
than a legal opinion.
sponsor bicycle race
The race, sponsored as part of the fourth of July weekend Bicentennial festivities, will begin at 9 p.m. July 3 with registration beginning one hour earlier in the Exchange parking lot. Base police will escort riders from the stoplight along Sherman Avenue to AFRTS/Gazette at the MormnCenter, where Channel 8 will video-tape the finish for evening news.
For further information call J03 Benes at 95451 or 951247,
I YESTERDAY'S FIGURES:
Millions of Gallons
1 ,575.1000gallons allowed
526POO gallons used
Thursday, June 17, 1976
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Israel will fight if noose tightens
TEL AVIV (AP)--Any sign thal Lebanese civil war is tighten an Arab noose around Israel c( push the Israelis into action ernment sources said yesterda
A Palestinian guerrilla buialong the Lebanese border alsc nudge Israel from its wait-anc position, these well informed sources said.
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabi in a major policy speech to Parliament Tuesday that Israel wanted to stay out of the Leb conflict if possible.
"We prefer that no conditio created that would call for ot activity beyond the border," said. But he warned that any situation in Lebanon "is like change our position as well,
FICER LCdr. JosephO'Connor presents a NavSta for $27,114.43 while Cdr. Harle ks on. The check includes profits genE d April. The entire amount goes direct
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Syria could take control of Lebanon or Lebanon could be partitioned.
Pretend admiral demands surrende r of Philadelphia
(IPI)--A Georgetown attorney
posing as a British admiral has
n said sent Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo
an ultimatum to surrender the city
1 to Queen Elizabeth. anon In a letter to Rizzo, William
Moore says he is upset with the city ns be because of the city's pollution of ur the lower Delaware River for the Rabin past 200 years. new Moore said if Rizzo does not surly to render, he said he "will boil you as re- down and recycle you into lard for
s as a' Queen Elizabeth will be in nated Philadelphia for the city's fourth Sin of July celebration. ar, For the past year., Moore and his ng the 22-foot flagship have annoyed police
along the Delaware coast with perchange iodic water balloon attacks on shore
are blasting away to the Christian Democrats
the Christian Demod by corruption three decades of procaying rule, are not ;ood government. But question is one of men, not betraying the
Communist leader Enrico Berlinguer said, "We need to institute a socialist society, that guarantees respect for all individual and civic liberties, for religious freedom and the freedom of culture, the arts and sciences."
But Cardinal Ugo Poletti, Papal
Vicar of Rome, says, "Fascism, after pledging to operate with a democratic multi-party framework, went on to force upon Italy an authoritarian regime."
The Communists have promised
"maximum autonomy" to the independent Catholic candidates, who say the Communist party "hasa mde the most convincing analysis of the complex problems of Italian society." Spiritual motives aside, the " Vatican fears another serious setback for its dwindling influence in Italy's secular life.
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out just standing Beers, Bob Fable, and Jacob Tu kto ving around and play in the finals. It was revenge ball. That's what time. (I;heard Jim say that the t crazies did last last time Mike won.) Lcquet Club in the Men's winner's bracket play had ;Singles Tourna- five rounds with seven first round ike that everyone byes. Ron Baumann, the winner, had d something that a first round bye, second round physical exertion, forfeit, took matches from Ray mis playing women Wilson 8-0, and Carl Ogilvie 6-0 ere were only 11 and 6-0. In the finals he defeated onsolation finals Charles Gaussiran in straight sets
-aying Sue Tisdale. 6-2 and 6-4. At one point in the n a. very inter- second set the score was 2-4, before Lrb had beaten the surge to victory. There were no earlier play 9-7. deuces in the entire match. s bracket had Dana Gaussiran had beaten Roark Ferguson, ack to back match- Buddy Misajon, Don Krause, and semi-finals. Rafael Gordon. Gaussiran and na split sets and Gordon split sets and in a brief ey were accused of dispute over line calls, almost on every ball. stopped play. When the dust set-6, 2-6, and 6-0. tled set scores were 6-7, 6-4 and ring much or rather 6-3.
_k, but proceeded Summer tournament play is mostly n Moroni easily doubles because of the heat. June Dana had also beat 26-27 will be a men's and women's )reliminary play. Draw Doubles Tournament. Begin.inish to Dana's ners, intermediates and professhey leave soon. ionals are all invited and entad beaten Barb couraged to enter. If you have tary play and had never played in any of the Racquet arbara Schmiesing Club tournaments this is definitely , 6-0, 3-6, and the oneto start with. Sign up iough Sharon is at the Racquet Club by Wednesday, ip and never a win- June 23 at 6 p.m.
Scores Kuhn orders hearing
F SNEW YORK (UPI)--Baseball CommisFROM IYESTERDAY sioner Bowie Kuhn has ordered Vida Blue, Joe Rudi and Rollie Fingers not to join their new clubs pending City 3 a hearing on the $3 million disper4 sal sale held by Oakland A's owner Minnesota 4 Charles Finley. ago White Sox 2 Kuhn has called a meeting for this ornia 0 afternoon among players association 1 che avnMle.Fne.ou
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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast g, h tiie-12:57pm AA -A-Cloudy with scatLo 0~-63p -t tered showers. Low tie---6:33am 'Winds SE 12 knots ifnzt ---8742 1-3 feet. LOW---74 The Netoy'46 0n 1 hou'-baied daity Vol. 31, No. 116 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, June 17, 1976 Three die Ambassador to Lebanon killed AFTER 32 YEARS OF SERVICE Capt. George E. Barton, chief staff officer, Nav Base, will retire from the Navy July 1. The captain and his wife Gladys, better known as "Tootie," will leave today for the states. In a short ceremony yesterday in Capt. McConnell's office all the base commanding officers wished Capt. Barton farewell. Col. Fennessy, C.O. Marine Barracks, gave him a Marine plaque .Capt. McConnell gave Capt. Barton a flight suit with half of a wing above the name tag. (IPI)--The American ambassador to Lebanon and an aide were kidnaped and killed yesterday in Beirut. U.S. Ambassador Francis Meloy, accompanied by economic counsellor Robert Waring, was enroute to his first meeting with Lebanese Pres.elect Elias Sarkis. The U.S. embassy in Beirut said the two diplomats and their Lebanese driver apparently were kidnaped and murdered when they tried to cross the cease-fire line between the Christian and Moslem sectors of Beirut. When the embassy learned they har! not kept their appointment, officials began the search which later turned up their bullet-riddled bodies wrapped in carpets. Pres. Gerald Ford was conferring with advisers on Meloy's disappearance when word arrived at the White House that the ambassador was dead. Ford conferred for almost another hour with Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger, Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller, CIA Director George Bush, and others. The President said the three men were assassinated while on a mission of peace and he ordered, "all appropriate resources of the United States" be thrown into the hunt for their killers. Ford said, "Those responsible for these brutal assassinations must be brought to justice." The President ordered Secy. Democratic platform contains what Carter wanted (UPI)--The Democrats made certain this week their 1976 platform will not be a copy of the long and leftleaning statement of principles which helped do them in four years ago. ,e 153-member platform committee ted a platform which will be presented to the national convention next month, containing just about everything Jimmy Carter wanted and not much more. Party rules made it highly unlikely there will be minority reports or other challenges to the platform at the convention. The ideological brawling which has become a trademark of the Democratic Party for years was suppressed for two reasons: Carter's control over the proceedings and the committee members' own desire to subordinate their preferences to the larger goal of winning the White House. Committee chairman Wendell Anderson, governor of Minnesota and a vice presidential possibility, was asked about the many expressions of harmony. Queen standings Marine Barracks Bicentennial Queen Candidate Patricia A. Mittelstadt leads, as of yesterday, in votes. To vote for your candidate drop a money contribution in boxes at the Navy and Marine Exchanges and the Leeward Point Exchange. Money collected from the ballot boxes is turned over to the Community Fund at the end of each day. The other candidates, not in order of votes received to date, are: Kimberly Sue Childs, Commissary Store; Barbara J. Weymouth, NAS base police; Fabiola C. Evans, NavSta; Sherri L. Holdren, FIG; Phyllis A. White, Special Services; Marie Ann Thieke, ComNavBase; and Marie T. Burks, Naval Hospital. His reply, "As I looked out over the committee I certainly thought it was genuine. If they were acting I think that they're very good actors and actresses." But it wasn't all sweetness and light. John Gilligan, the committee secretary and chairman of the task force which worked on the most controversial section on "human needs" and civil rights, was exasperated in debate over homosexual rights and amnesty. He cracked, "Our desire for self-immolation knows no bounds." A vice presidential possibility himself, he quickly apologized. But his repeated calls for leaving the Carter-backed draft language alone paid off with few changes in the draft. Those which did succeed, such as pardons for those in "financial or legal jeopardy because of their peaceful opposition to the Vietnam war," eventually had the blessing of Carter's chief platform operative, Stuart Eizenstat. NEWS BRIEFS (UPI)--FBI agents yesterday arrested two nurses at Veterans Administration Hospitals in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Chicago. Leonora Perez and Filipina Narciso were indicted yesterday in the murders of five patients at the Ann Arbor V.A. Hospital last summer. They will be tried in federal courts. WASHINGTON (UPI)--Former Texas Gov. John Connally, mentioned as a possible running mate of Pres. Ford, paid a half-hour call on the President yesterday. Neither Connally nor presidential News Secy. Ron Nessen would say whether the vice presidential spot was discussed. Time and time again, Eizenstat addressed the members and urged them to avoid "red flag" words or issues, such as homosexual rights, amnesty, opposition to capital punishment, full federalization of welfare costs. "We are going to run a race against one or two conservative Republicans," he said. "There is no need to give them unnecessarily emotional issues." Because committee members represented the various candidates in proportion to their strength, Carter forces were all over the place, making sure votes went their way and asking the liberal wing of the party to co-operate. The liberals did so on their own, anyway, and they, along with the Carter people and the more conservative Henry Jackson and George Wallace partisans, were able to claim victory on nearly every plank. of State Kissinger to contact all governments in the area as well as Lebanese officials to help identify the murderers. Kissinger emerged, from the meeting, with a grim expression on his face. It was just five weeks ago that he picked Meloy, a career diplomat, for the touchy post in Beirut. Meloy received orders from the President to make an all-out effort to arrange a lasting peace in Lebanon. Three other U.S. officials have been kidnaped in Beirut in the last year but all were eventually released unharmed. All factions in Beirut, Christian, Moslem and Palestinian guerrillas, denied knowledge of the kipnaping and killing yesterday. It came as Arab League negotiators tried to win complete agreement to., their long-range peace plan. U.S. aircraft sent to Cyprus WASHINGTON (AP)--The United States has sent three Air Force transport planes and four helicopters to a British base on Cyprus in case it becomes necessary to evacuate Americans from Lebanon, the Pentagon said yesterday. At the same time, the Defense Department spokesman denied reports that U.S. combat troops have been deployed to Cyprus in preparation for possible military intervention in the Lebanese civil war. Three HC-130 and four HH-53 helicopter transport planes have been stationed there with the permission of the British government, the spokesman said. The movement of the aircraft occurred earlier this week and was not connected with the disappearance and deaths of U.S. Ambassador Francis E. Meloy Jr., economic counsellor Robert Waring, and their Lebanese driver, in Beirut, the spokesman said. "These aircraft have been positioned to support Sixth Fleet units presently operating in the eastern Mediterranean to conduct humanitarian relief and-or life-saving operations in Lebanon if required," the spokesman said. "This does not indicate any imminent move to evacuate people from Lebanon," the spokesman stressed. SCENIC GITMO: DIXIELAND: "Acres and acres of snowy cotton as far as my eye could see."."Now I knew I was home." Cotton balls swaying in the gentle morning wind beckon the wanderer to stop for a minute and contemplate this reminder of home in Guantanamo Bay.
Guantanamo Gazette Cc MEETINGS TODAY OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marblehead Hall. For more information c411 98258 AWH. EXERCICE from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information call Leonard Gobert at 90126 AWH. BINGO will be played at the Windjammer beginning at 8 p.m. TOMORROW THE SOCIALIZERS CLUB will be playing cards, dominoes, rummy, royal picino and bonko from 7 to midnight. YARD SALES A yard sale will be held at 363A KB Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a yard sale Saturday at 1249A Villamar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A four-family garage sale at Marina Point Road from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Items available are a Hi-Fi, clothes, household items, table top broiler, bed spread, toys games, books and high chairs. There will be a yard sale at 50 and 51 TK beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. You name it, they got it. There will be a four-family yard sale at 84 GC from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m, with ample parking at the rear of the unit. Articles for sale will include carpet, matching couch and chair, 17 cu. ft. frostless refrigerator, 20 HP Chrysler outboard engine with parts, books records, house plants, arts and crafts items, and many other new and used articles. A two-family yard sale will be at 50 Nob ill, saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Available are maternity clothes, baby clothes, baby furnishings, toys, craft kits, bridge coat, popcorn popper and etc. MAMA ELLIE FLOAT NOTE Children wishing to ride on the Mama Ellie and Friends float during the bicentennial parade on July 4 should write to Mama Ellie via the guard mail to AFRTS. community Bulletin Board NEW TIME FOR AIR CONDITIONERS ComNavBase announced Tuesday that based on energy savings during the first 14 days of June and assuming diligent efforts of Gitmo residents continue, office air conditioners may be used starting at 10 a.m. on workdays. They can continue all day beginning June 15 and running through Sept. 15. Fans in units may be usee for ventilation at any time. NON-U.S. WIVES' CLUB BAKE SALE The Non-U.S. Wives' Club will hold a bake sale in front of the Navy Exchange beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday. JIM HUTCHERSON AND THE CRESCENDOS Jim Hutcherson and the Crescendos will be performing Friday night at the Como Club and again Saturday night at the CPO Club. Both performances will be from 9 to 1 a.m. CPO POOL CLOSED The CPO pool was closed at 8 a.m. today for approximately one week for maintenance. Swimming classes scheduled for the CPO pool will be held at the Iguana pool at their regular times. WATER SAFETY AIDES NEEDED There is a critical need of additional water safety aide volunteers to assist in the summer swimming program. Because of this need an additional safety aide class is being organized. The first class begins Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the enlisted pool. The minimum age is 14. Candidates should be junior life saving qualified or hdve equivalent skill and ability. The aides will assist the water safety instructor in teaching swimming skills, supervision, maintaining records and maintain proper safety conduct. Any youth interested may phone the Red Cross at 95434 DWH or stop by in person. JUNIOR CHOIR PROGRAM The junior choir is planning a program for July 11. Choir members are urged to attend all practices possible. Practice is held each Thursday at 6 p.m. in the base chapel. GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE A girl's softball league has been formed for girls ages 8-17. Practices are starting and the league runs from July 7 until Aug. 22. Any girl wishing to join may do so by registering with Carol Newcomer, at 951031, AWN. There is a $5 registration fee and parents must sign form. VEHICLE REGULATION ComNavBaseGtmo Inst 11200.1 states that a valid state driver's license or base driver's license is required for the operation of private motor vehicles on the base. The valid state driver's license or base driver's license must be in the driver's possession when operating a private motor vehicle. There has been a large number of people stopped who are under the impression that you may drive a private vehicle on a DOD license. The DOD driver's license is good only for government vehicles. NAVY EXCHANGE JOB OPENING The Navy Exchange has the following job opening. A clerk is needed at the Personalized Services Center Tuesday through Saturday. For more information call 85348. MARINE FAMILY RESTAURANT FATHER'S DAY DINNER The Marine Family Restaurant will be serving a special Father's Day dinner, Sunday from 2 to 9 p.m. Topping the menu is steamship round with baked potato, vegetable, salad, rolls and ice tea or coffee for $3.95. MOTORCYCLE CLUB RACE The Gitmo Motorcycle Club will be holding a special two-hour enduro relay race this Sunday at the Moto Cross track on Sherman Avenue. Practice is at 12 p.m., race begins at 1 p.m. Relay partners will be randomly picked according to bike size. This is open to street legal motorcycles and everyone has a chance to win in this type of race, so come on out. Busing legislation considered WASHINGTON (AP)--The Ford Administration may seek legislation setting a five-year limit on court-ordered busing in communities which earnestly try to desegregate schools, Atty. Gen. Edward H. levi said yesterday. levi said the administration views busing as a transitional remedy which must be imposed in certain circumstances but should not be permanent. He said Pres. Ford agrees with that legal decision although he personally opposes busing. "I think busing is constitutionally required where there is no other adequate remedy. The President certainly has agreed with that," levi told a news conference. "The legislation which we are discussing does have a provision that busing can, under certain circumstances, be ordered for a threeyear period, that it can then be continued for two additional years," Levi said. "Then if the orders of the court over that period have been carried out in good faith, the assumption is that busing would not any longer be required except in extraordinary circumstances." The legislative proposal has not been presented to Ford yet, he added. The attorney general insisted that "There's no basic difference" between himself and the President on the school desegregation issue. But in response to questions, he indicated disagreements wi h Ford on two points. levi said he believes segregated private schools are illegal, despite Ford's recent statement that private schools receiving no federal funds should be allowed to exclude blacks. "That is my position," he said. He added that he believes Ford was expressing a personal view rather than a legal opinion. AFRTS/Gazette sponsor bicycle race If you enjoy bicyclying you'll be anxious to participate in the AFRTS/Gazette sponsored bicycle race July 3. So, check your bike's tire pressure, oil the sprocket and join in the 3.5 mile race. Prizes provided by Special Services will be awarded to winners in four divisions, each running along Sherman Avenue beginning in the Navy Exchange parking lot and ending at the Morin Center. The four divisions for the race will be as follows: Class 1: Children 8 to 13 with 3-speeds or less, Class 2: Children 8 to 13 with more than three speeds, Class 3: Women's open, 14 and older. One race with winner in both 3-speed and below, and more than 3-speeds if applicable. Class 4: Men's open, 14 and older. One race with winners in both 3-speeds and below, and more than 3-speeds if applicable. Winners will have their choice of any of the following prizes. Nine free games of bowling, use of a golf car for nine holes of golf, four hours free rental of a fishing boat and motor, or three hours of ren.8 tal-free sailing. License requirements Ohio, license valid until six months after discharge. 0 Oklahoma, invalid upon expiration date. Oregon, invalid upon expiration date. Pennsylvania, servicepeople with valid license upon entry may use license without renewal while on active duty. Invalid one year after discharge. The race, sponsored as part of the fourth of July weekend Bicentennial festivities, will begin at 9 p.m. July 3 with registration beginning one hour earlier in the Exchange parking lot. Base police will escort riders from the stoplight along Sherman Avenue to AFRTS/Gazette at the Morin Center, where Channel 8 will video-tape the finish for evening news. For further information call J03 Benes at 95451 or 951247, WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES: AVERAGE CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,426,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 19,469,000 Millions of Gallons I,7375.,000 gallons allowed 526 00 gallons used 1J U N E -30 The broken line in one graph shows the amount of fuel alloted for June, which also represents the projected 15 per cent reduction. The solid line represents the actual amount used. Capt. ,John H. McConnell Capt. Frank T. Watkins Naval Base N4aval Station Comader Commnding Officer Edr. SMchael Chery.Public Affairs Officer J01 Bill Broome .Editor PH2 Dae Clark. Photographer JO3 Benny Smith .Reporter JOSA Clay Willims.Reporter e a t published according to the ru ad regulations for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NAVXOS P-35 adunrt d 55 i o the Naval Bas, public .ffirs officer. Printed five times weekl at governt expense on government that "ppea :p:rena, o to be construed as official or as reflecting he5 iess of Cpp.5sp5,po Ithe Department of the Na. Page Thursday, June 17, 1976 BU. S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY CUBA
Thursday, June 17, 1976 Israel will fight if noose tightens NAVY EXCHANGE OFFICER LCdr. Joseph O'Connor presents a check to Capt. F.T. Watkins, C.O. NavSta. for $27,114.43 while Cdr. Harlan Murray, NavSta supply officer looks on. The check includes profits generated during February, March and April. The entire amount goes directly to our Gitmo recreation program. TEL AVIV (AP)--Any sign that the Lebanese civil war is tightening an Arab noose around Israel could push the Israelis into action, government sources said yesterday. A Palestinian guerrilla buildup along the Lebanese border also could nudge Israel from its wait-and-see position, these well informed sources said. Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said in a major policy speech to Parliament Tuesday that Israel wanted to stay out of the Lebanon conflict if possible. "We prefer that no conditions be created that would call for our activity beyond the border," Rabin said. But he warned that any new situation in Lebanon "is likely to change our position as well, as required for our security." Throughout Israel's 28 years as a state, only tiny Lebanon, dominated by Christians more interested in business than a Moslem holy war, refrained from actively joining the Arab battles against Israel. But the Lebanese war could change this neutrality in two ways. Syria could take control of Lebanon or Lebanon could be partitioned. Pretend admiral demands surrender of Philadelphia (UPI)--A Georgetown attorney posing as a British admiral has sent Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo an ultimatum to surrender the city to Queen Elizabeth. In a letter to Rizzo, William Moore says he is upset with the city because of the city's pollution of the lower Delaware River for the past 200 years. Moore said if Rizzo does not surrender, he said he "will boil you down and recycle you into lard for our cannons." Queen Elizabeth will be in Philadelphia for the city's fourth of July celebration. For the past year, Moore and his 22-foot flagship have annoyed police along the Delaware coast with periodic water balloon attacks on shore cities. Pope Paul doesn't want Italians to vote Communist in election (UPI)--Pope Paul is enunciating a message to Italy's Roman Catholics: Don't vote Communist in the national elections set for Sunday and Monday. But the way he has gone about it has dismayed some of his bishops and the Vatican-backed Christian Democrats, who feel the Pope's intervention may backfire. The west's largest Communist party complains of Vatican interference in Italy's political affairs but tethers its protest there. It abhors a head-on confrontation with the church and is hoping to gain strength in the balloting. Pope Paul and the Vatican see things otherwise. They have rolled out their heaviest artillery, from ex-communication threats to arguments about Christianity's incompatibility with Marxism, and are blasting away to try to keep the Christian Democrats in power. They admit the Christian Democrats, tainted by corruption charges and three decades of progressively decaying rule, are not paragons of good government. But they say the question is one of changing the men, not betraying the ideals. Many bishops, from the Conference of Bishops, questioned the timing and lack of advance consultation of the Pope's message. Even the Christian Democrats indicated the 78-year-old Pope had erred. Party Pres. Amintore Fanfani, a hardline anti-Communist, said, "The timing was not opportune. But these friends of ours chose exactly this moment for their decision." Communist leader Enrico Berlinguer said, "We need to institute a socialist society, that guarantees respect for all individual and civic liberties, for religious freedom and the freedom of culture, the arts and sciences." But Cardinal Ugo Poletti, Papal Vicar of Rome, says, "Fascism, after pledging to operate with a democratic multi-party framework, went on to force upon Italy an authoritarian regime." The Communists have promised "maximum autonomy" to the independent Catholic candidates, who say the Communist party "has made the most convincing analysis of the complex problems of Italian society." Spiritual motives aside, the I Vatican fears another serious setback for its dwindling influence in Italy's secular life. Wvors abound in sex scandal WASHINGTON (AP)--Congressional records show that Sen. Mike Gravel was aiding a pet project of Rep. Kenneth Gray at a time when Gray allegedly arranged a sexual encounter between Gravel and Elizabeth Ray. Federal election figures released (tPI)--Jimmy Carter went fishing yesterday, while campaign spending reports went in to the Federal Election Commission showing how much he's spent and how much money he owes for his bid for the Democratic nomination. Carter, wearing an Allman Brothers Band tee-shirt, sailed out of Sea Island, Ga., with his wife and family on a borrowed cabin cruiser. The Carters were in search of kingfish and mackerel. With Carter's nomination already in the bag, federal election figures show him to be the fourth-ranking spender in this year's presidential nomination race. Topping the list were Pres. Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagon, both over the $11 million mark, and separated only by about $100,000. Third was George Wallace, who, despite a poor showing in primary challenges to Carter, spent $10 million. The reports show Carter spent alout $7 million up to the June 1 filing date. Carter caught only a small tuna yesterday. There is no evidence that the rendezvous influenced Gravel's position on the proposed Eisenhower Convention Center. Gravel says he doesn't recall meeting Miss Ray. Gray, now retired, has denied asking Miss Ray to have sex with Gravel to influence Gravel in a legislative matter, as Miss Ray reportedly has alleged to federal investigators. Atty. Gen. Edward H. Levi told a news conference yesterday the Justice Department is investigating Miss Ray's relationship with Rep. Wayne Hays, D-Chio, wl" she said put her on the congressional payroll to provide sex. Hays, 65, has admitted having had a "personal relationship" with the 33-year-old blonde but says she was hired to do work for his House Administration Committee. Putting a woman on the government payroll to provide sex could violate laws against misusing public funds. Levi said the department is trying to determine only whether federal laws were violated. "I don't view the department's intrusion in these matters as trying to correct sexual behavior," he told reporters. "It's a question of misuse of federal funds, statutes of that order. It's a question of what was done and the intention of what was done." Levi also said the department is looking into allegations that some members of Congress improperly collected expenses for trips they did not make. At the same time, the Democrats voted yesterday to delay caucus action on forcing Hays out as chairman of the Administration Committee. Leaders said they want to dispose of the matter next Wednesday. AT YESTERDAY'S ADVANCEMENTS AND AWARDS ceremonies, Santiago was advanced not once but twice. First there was RM3 John M. Santiago and then came SK3 Jose L. Santiago his twin brother. The brothers had been advanced on the same day. This was somewhat of a surprise to Capt. F.T. Watkins, C.O. NavSta as he makes sure John (left) and Jose got the right certificate. (Top photo) Seven others were advanced in yesterday's advancement and awards ceremonies. Front row, left to right, RM3 J.M. Santiago, HTI H.H. Cornet, Capt. F.T. Watkins, L12 R.L. Hoar, MS2 A.B. Agiao, and SK3 J.L. Santiago. Back row, left to right, UT2 E.E. Koerperich, GMG3 S.B. Koch, PC3 C.W. Sommers and SKC H.J. Crider. Guantanamo Gazette Page 3
Thursday, June 17, 1976 I-S ports ii (UPI)--Janet Guthrie hopes to get another crack at driving a championship car, in Pennsylvania's Pocono 500 Auto Race a week from Sunday. Guthrie, who missed the qualifying trials at Indianapolis, says teammate Dick Simon has virtually guaranteed her the Rolla Vollstedt team will run two cars at Pocono. Qualifying will be run this Sunday. (UPI)--World record holder John Hencken of the Santa Clara Swim Club highlighted yesterday's preliminaries of the United States Olympic Swimming Trials in Long Beach, Calif. The 22-year-old Stanford senior won the third heat of the 200-meter breaststroke with a time just 78-hundredths of a second off his world record. Laura Siering of Modesto, Calif., had the fastest time in the women's 200-meter breaststroke heat. [i) 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 before 4 p.m. or by dropping it in one of the drop boxes. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Gazette reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale 71 Saab 95 S/W, 7 pass, 4 speed transmission, V-4 engine, 27 mpg, new paint, new brakes, in excellent condition. Call 85696 DWHor 97173 AWE. 66 Chevy Impala Super Sport with 327 cu. in. 68 engine; water pump, 1.1, 1.5, 1.9, LTR Opel; golf clubs; water skis; large swing, sliding board set. Call 64397 DWE or 64502 AWH. 57 Chevy, six cylinder, $250; beige shag carpet, 12'xll'5" and dark red indoor/outdoor carpet, 9'xO', $50 for two carpets together. Outdoor TV antenna with lead-in wire and pole, B/W or color, $20. Call 90173. 10'x24' barrel boat with sun deck; 72 25 HP Evinrude; two gas cans; 12 volt electric system for running lights; life jackets; 9' cast net. Boat has been recently repainted. Call 90123or 97270 AWE. 74 Yamaha 500 DOHC in excellent condition, 5,500 orginal miles, recent tuneup, available June 21 or earlier, $1100. Call 85375 DWE or 951001 DWH or room 204. 66 Ford Galaxie 500, 4-door sedan, V-8 with 390 cu. in. engine, power steering, automatic trans, radio, available July 9, $550; indoor antenna for color or B/W, $5; bang stick with 44 magnum power head and box of ammo, $15. Call 95331 AWH. Living room couch chair and foot stool, blue green color, $100. Call 99153 AT. Parts for 73 Ford F-100, automatic trans, A/C, cab, AM radio, rear end; 72 Honda CB 175, $400. Call 951016 AWH or 85197 DWH. Child surfboard, $1; chalkboard, $5; maternity clothes, size M, 14 pieces, $9; two carat women's white gold diamond ring, synthetic, cost $40, sell for $12; Play School McDonald's complete and assorted toys, like new, $10. Call 96198 AT. 72 Kawasaki 90, $300. Call 972345 AT. I Queen size waterbed with wooden frame, $60 or best offer, purple rug, 12'x20', $60; three boxes of garden fertilizer, $3; three cans of Chlordane, $1.50; soak hose, $3; two regular hoses, $4; sprinkler, $2. Call 952281 AT. 67 Olds station wagon, nine passenger, power steering, power brakes, power seats, radio, A/C, tilt away steering wheel, $500; 11,000 BTU A/C, $100; 12,000 BTU A/C, $75; 3-M educational games; Argus automatic #515 slide projector, $10; Grundy AM-FMSW receiver with speakers, $75; Sears vertical broiler; like new, $5; sailboat, 1 -years-old with cover; girls winter coat, size 8, $5; girls white ram coat, new size 10, $2. Call 85671 nSWH or 85855 AT. Kustom II bass amplifier, 120 watts, two 15" speakers enclosed in cabinet, $350. Call 85527 DWE or see Dunaway at GHB C Complex room B303. Two 50 watt Pioneer speakers in excellent condition, paid $220, will sell for $180; Frigidaire washer, runs but needs work, $20. Call 90161 AWH. Fender Super Six guitar amp with six 12" enclosed speakers, 100 watts RMS, $525; Kustom Kasino four channel PA system, 100 watt peak with two 6' column speakers, $650; Pack out day is Monday. Call 951048 AT or see at TK 36. for rent Home on Virgina Beach, three bedroom house on a large, quiet cul de sac lot near water, available July 1. Call 85347 AT. wanted Automatic trans for 62 Chevy vB. Call at 0208 or leave message at barracks AWH. services Responsible couple wants to house sit from Aug. 23 to Sept 10. For references call HMC Baynton at 64223 at Leeward Point dispensary. giveaway Adult female cat, spayed, tolerant of children, has polite table manners and loves her freedom. Call 95320 AT. 1-year-old, 60 lbs., male Gitmo special dog, well trained, devoted to young boys. Call 95320 AT. Three tiger kittens, two male and one female. Call 98134 AWH. At the net L r D1et (UPI)--Jimmy Connors continued his untroubled progress yesterday in the $100 thousand Nottingham Grass Court Tennis Tournament in England. Connors blew aside Davis Cup teammate Dick Stockton, 6-4, 6-2, to earn a berth in the quarter-finals, and thus became the only American survivor. Ilie Nastase beat Stan Smith, Dutchman Tom Okker defeated Californian Bob Lutz, Mexico's Raul Ramirez eliminated Billy Martin, Ove Bengtsson of Sweden put Texan Mike Estep on the sidelines and Sherwood Stewart had to withdraw from his match against Briton's Roger Taylor because of a pulled back muscle. (TPI)--Czechoslovakian tennis star Jan Kodes was advised yesterday to withdraw from next week's Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Kodes, who was seeded fifteenth and in the same draw with defending champion Arthur Ashe, suffered a muscle strain in Germany four weeks ago and was told by his physician to rest for three tp four weeks. If you aren't quite sure how hot it is outside at this time of year there is a sure-fire method of finding out. Get out on the tennis court between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. If you don't pass out just standing there then try moving around and hitting a tennis ball. That's what a number of "court crazies did last weekend at the Racquet Club in the Men's and Women's Singles Tournament. At times like that everyone wishes they played something that requires minimum physical exertion. Many of the tennis playing women are very wise, there were only 11 signed up. The consolation finals had Barb Smith playing Sue Tisdale. Barbara won 8-6 in a very interesting match. Barb had beaten Barbara Whitt in earlier play 9-7. Women's winner's bracket had Dana Hubbach playing back to back matches due to delayed semi-finals. Carol West and Dana split sets and played so long they were accused of making side bets on every ball. Set scores were 7-6, 2-6, and 6-0. Dana wasn't saying much or rather was unable to talk, but proceeded to dispatch Sharon Moroni easily at 6-3 and 6-3. Dana had also beat Karen Krause in preliminary play. This was a nice finish to Dana's Gitmo play, for they leave soon. Sharon Moroni had beaten Barb Smith in preliminary play and had split sets with Barbara Schmiesing in the semifinals, 6-0, 3-6, and 6-3. Seems as though Sharon is always a runner-up and never a winner. Sports Scores BASEBALL SCORES FROM YESTERDAY AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 4, Kansas City 3 Cleveland 9, Texas 4 New York Yankees 9, Minnesota 4 Baltimore 10, Chicago White Sox 2 Milwaukee 9, California 0 Oakland 4, Boston 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago Cubs 5, Cincinnati 3 San Diego 6, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 6, San Francisco 1 Los Angeles 4, New York Mets 1 St. Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 6, Houston 3 TEE "BICENTENNIAL" CHAMPION golfer of Guantanamo Bay, Donald Best, shows the form that helped him to the championship Sunday. Going into the back nine of the final round only one stroke separated Best and Bob Tulloch. Best then shot nine holes of steady golf and won by three strokes. b Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette in "IO kT By Sharon Moroni Men's consolation play had Jim Alger (again, boring isn't it) defeating C.P. Gentilhomme, Carl Fletcher, and in the finals, Mike Helline. Mike had beaten Brian Beers, Bob Fable, and Jacob Tupk to play in the finals. It was revenge time. (I. heard Jim say that the last time Mike won.) Men's winner's bracket play had five rounds with seven first round byes. Ron Baumann, the winner, had a first round bye, second round forfeit, took matches from Ray Wilson 8-0, and Carl Ogilvie 6-0 and 6-0. In the finals he defeated Charles Gaussiran in straight sets 6-2 and 6-4. At one point in the second set the score was 2-4, before the surge to victory. There were no deuces in the entire match. Gaussiran had beaten Roark Ferguson, Buddy Misajon, Don Krause, and Rafael Gordon. Gaussiran and Gordon split sets and in a brief dispute over line calls, almost stopped play. When the dust settled set scores were 6-7, 6-4 and 6-3. Summer tournament play is mostly doubles because of the heat. June 26-27 will be a men's and women's Draw Doubles Tournament. Beginners, intermediates and professionals are all invited and encouraged to enter. If you have never played in any of the Racquet Club tournaments this is definitely the one to start with. Sign up at the Racquet Club by Wednesday, June 23 at 6 p.m. Kuhn orders hearing NEW YORK (UPI)--Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has ordered Vida Blue, Joe Rudi and Rollie Fingers not to join their new clubs pending a hearing on the $3 million dispersal sale held by Oakland A's owner Charles Finley. Kuhn has called a meeting for this afternoon among players association chief Marvin Miller, Finley, plus representatives of the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. The Yanks acquired Blue for $1 million and the Bosox obtained Fingers and Rudi for $1 million apiece. Texas Rangers owner Brad Corbett is demanding that Kuhn void the sales.
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