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MARBKS ENLISTED WIVES' A yard sale will held at 45B Nob Hill from 9:30 to noon tomorrow. W
TeEThere will be a yard sale at 32A The Marine Barracks Enlisted Nob Hill at 9 a.m. until ?. Availmmun__ Wives' Club will be holding a ba- able are a fish tank, bike and zaar tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 othe items. p.m. at the Marine Barracks baseball
field. Available are handmade
craft items, crosade items, handmade jewelery and clothing. Refresh- A yard sale will be held at 59B ments will be served. Proceeds wil N Hlsrna9 mtm go to the crash kit and the regular row.Hitmsinldebukaed.th fund. row. Items include bunk beds with matching toy chest, 9'xll' oval
BoE R WAdA braided rug, metal detector, lawn ADULT BEGINNERS WEAVING CLASS furniture, child's rocking chair,
The Caribbean Arts and Crafts wood carvings, childrens clothing, Association is sponsoring an adult m portable ectric organ and much beginners weaving class. Looms, more.
warp, and yarn are provided along There will be a two-family yard with instruction and become theTsal et owfati1ypym.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL LEAGUE property of the students. The sale at GP17B tomorrow at I p.m.
class will start June 21 and run Available are a Sears exercise A girls' softball league has been through July 24. For more infor- bike, Child's water ski, dinette set formed for girls ages 8-17. Prac- mation or to register call Angela with six chairs, four Sansui 350.0 tices are starting and the league Johnstone at 95450 AWH or 85527 speakers and many household items. runs from July 7 until Aug. 22. Any DWH.
girl wishing to join may do so by
registering with Carol Newcomer,
at 951031, AWH. There is a $5re- SWINGERS' POOL PARTY There will be a yard sale at 50 gistcation fee and parents must sign and 51 TK beginning at 10 a.m. to... form. The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance morrow You name it, they got it.
Club will have a pool party tonight
VEHICLE REGULATION at 6:30 at the Iguana Pool. Festivities will include a pot luck
ComNavBaseGtmo Inst 11200.1 .states dinner, swimming and dancing. All
that a valid state driver's license participants are asked to bring A two-family yard sale will "be or base driver's license is required their own chairs for the pool area. at 50 Nob Hill, tomorrow from 10 for the operation of private motor For more information call Jan Ling- a.m.. to I p.m. Available are mavehicles on the base. The valid nau at 95543 AT. ternity clothes, baby clothes, baby state driver's license or base dri- furnishings, toys, craft kits, ver' s license must be in the dri- bridge coat, popcorn popper and ver's possession when operating a YARD SALES etc. private motor vehicle. There has
been a large number of people stop- A yard sale will be held at 363A ped who are under the impression KB tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that you may drive a private vehicle
on a DOD license. The DOD driver's There will be a yard sale tomor- A yard sale Will be held tomorrow license is good only for government row-at1249A Villamar from 10 a.m. at 1256A Villamar on Sixth St. vehicles, to 2 p.m. Many books, baby and adilts clothing, metal cabinet and book shelf
NAVY EXCHANGE JOB OPENING A four-family garage sale at are a few of the items available.
Marina Point Road from 9 a.m. to
The Navy Exchange has the following 1 p.m. tomorrow. Items available There will be a yard sale tomorjob opening. A clerk is needed at are a Hi-Fi, clothes, household row at 3A East Bargo from 10 a.m. the Personalized Services Center items, table top broiler, bed to noon. items for sale are baby Tuesday through Saturday. For more spread, toys games, books and high furniture and other items. For more information call 85348. chairs.i nformation call 96130 AWH.
MARINE FAMILY RESTAURANT
FATHER'S DAY DINNER Pallottine fathers receive audit
The Marine Family Restaurant will
be serving a special Father's Day BALTIMORE (UPI)--A long-awaited vealed widespread resort and land dinner, Sunday from 2 to 9 p.m. audit of the Pallottine Fathers investments, showed the order had Topping the menu is steamship shows the Roman Catholic order spent assets of $16.7 million during that W round with baked potato, vegetable, less than six cents for each dollar period. salad, rolls and ice tea or coffee it received in contributions in a The autit was published in today's for $3.95. recent 18-month period. edition of the Catholic Review. It During that time, from July 1974 is accompanied by a statement from MOTORCYCLE CLUB RACE to December 1975, the order received a Pallottine official who apologizes $20 million in contributions, mostly for the long awaited report of the The Gitmo Motorcycle Club will be as a result of its mass mail cam- Pallottines. holding a special two-hour enduro paigns. relay race this Sunday at the Moto The missions received $1 million It ade.no mention of Maryland Cross track on Sherman Avenue. and the Pallottines spent $15.6 mil- Gov. Marvin Mandel. But it was an Practice is at 12 p.m., race begins lion in fund raising costs. They apparent $54,000 loan that helped e at 1 p.m. Relay partners will be suffered losses of $3.5 million in pay the governor's divorce costs randomly picked according to bike the stock market and other invest- that first brought adverse publicity size. This is open to street le- ments. to the order. gal motorcycles and everyone has a The audit, commissioned at the Archbishop Borders will release chance to win in this type of race, request of Archbishop William the audit formallyat a news conferso come on out. Borders after newspaper reports re- ence today.
CPO POOL CLOSED
The CPO pool was closed at 8 a.m. Ecuador and Venzuela barred frOm OAS
today for approximately one week for
maintenance. Swimming classes sched- SANTIAGO, Chile (AP)--The Organi- nation, however, took part in the uled for the CPO pool will be held zation of American States expressed oil boycott that prompted congressat the Iguana pool at their regular its "profound preoccupation" yes- ional retaliation against OPEC. times. terday about OAS exclusion of two The Ford administration said it hemisphere nations and lowered tar- opposed the conditional exclusion
June 18, 1976 Guang
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on conservation projects.
Both programs are modeled on the
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(tTT--The American Basketball The Kentucky and Utah'-St. Louis (UPI)--In 1961, Roger Manis hit Association went out of business players will be subject to a dis- his 23rd homer on June 17 and went yesterday. persal draft that New York Knicks' on to collect 61 four-baggersC. l
Four teams in. the ABA yesterday Pres. Michael Burke says will be Junes 17, 1976, Dave Kingman socked agreed to terms with the National held sometime in the next week. his 23rd home run of the season Basketball Association to join the Burke added that players eligible raising the possibility that the older league, with each club paying in the draft will include all other 27-year-old outfielder can join a 03.2 million entry fee. The new players from former ABA teams, Maris and Babe Ruth in the 60-homer NBA squads are the New York Nets, such as the defunct San Diego and club. Kingman honored last might Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs, Baltimore squads. in the 14th inr'Xug and liftcd the and lndiana Pacers. The Chicago Bulls, with the poor- New York ets to a 1-0 victory aver In a merger agreement negotiated est 1975-76 NBA record, will get the 105 Angeles Dcdgers. at the NBA Board of Governors con- the top choice. Among the prizes ference in Hyannis, Mass., the for- available from the' Colonels and (UIP--Ghris Evert m'ets Russi a's mer ABA teams also agreed they will Stars are Artis Gilmore, Pon Boone Clga Mornzova and Vrginia Wade not receive a share of television and Marvin Barnes. battles Martina Navratilova in the revenues for the next four years. ABA Commissioner Dave Debusschere semifinals of the $100,000 Colgate n addition, the Nets will pay the said it would take "three months to Women's Tennis Tournament at New York Knicks an undisclosed in- iron out everything concerning the Eastbourne, England. The topdemnity for infringing on the merger." seeded Evert said she "needed a Knicks ..territory. tough match" to get ready for
Two ABA clubs will not merge with Wimbledon and she got it in the the NBA, the Kentucky Colonels and quarterfinal before beating Betty the Utah franchise which played Kuhin to make decision Stove, 7-5, 6-4. last season as the Spirits of St.
Louis. (UPl)--otel chain owner Irving
____________________________Cowan confirmed yesterday that
trades Buffalo interests have been given O30 days to buy the Braves basketL~liZ Z Iball team and block the transfer of (UPI)--Baseball Commissioner Bowie the NBA franchise to Hollywood, Kuhn held a 95-minute hearing yes- Fla. But Cowan says his "optimism '70o~dge Challenger, $500 or best terday into the $3 million auction has not waned" that he will eventoffer. Call 85375'DWE, ask for Ron. of Joe Rudi, Rollie Fingers and ually purchase the club and move it Vida Blue and is expected to okay cut of Buffalo. "It seems noon'69 Buick Wildcat, 430 engine, a/c, the deals today. ceivable to me that a group of power steering, power brake, 4 brand. Oakland A's owner Charlie Finley, businessmen would spend millions of new steel belted radial tires, $500, who sold Rudi and Fingers to the' dollars to purchase a basketball 8/16 barrel boat with motor, barrel Boston Red Sox and Blue to the New. team to keep it in a city that needs work, $300, and '52 Chevy York Yankees, told Kuhn he has hasn't supported it so chel cop pickup truck, $300. Call 98169 AT. every intention of remaining in lose millions of dollars.", baseball and not selling his club
Five-piece Lugwig clear drum set, as has so often. been reported. (UPI)--The College of Wlliam Ecc beat offer over $1,000; 7.0 Ford, Finley said be intends to use Mary announced yesterdIn'~ that its Rancher wagon, 8 passengers with the money he received for the three board of directors noted to withA/C, P/S, P/B, AlT, tinted glass players to rebuild the A's and that draw from the Southern (onferonu~e and luggage rack, best offer over . is expected to influence Kuhn's de- on June 30, 1977. A spolesvmar sayE $1,000. Call 98211 AWH.. cision heavily, the Williamsburg, Va., srhaol pay Kuhn met with Finley, representa- join another league, help create Regulator and Seaview gauge, diver's tives from' the Yankees and Red Sox new one or become an n i'epcndnt. life vest, spear gun, depth gauge, and officials'of the American weights and weight belt, diver's League. Afterward, he told report- LUNG BEACY, Calif. YUBI--jLcf
knie, ask, stores an fis. era that the issue is whether or not Nabqr o!f cbthrtbq Cal broke on,.
knie, ass, norolr ad fns
Call 951016 AWH or see at TKl1 the transactions are in the heat in- ownAmeriaan 10meter ackLyrle AWH. terest of baseball. recrd ith a ecoM prnn victor% Some clubowners and others do-'t at' the . 2lyrrpic Swiaing tri al, Front muffler with beadpip a, single like the idea of Finley auctioning at long Beach, unlif. peter Roc(o,
Pip frm mnifldnew boghtfor off his stars and allowing the of Concord, Caif., earned thno there pipeTfota maniolnewfiouhtfor Yankees and Red Sox to "buy a pen- cpot to Montreal by finishing sec-'
dels,, $13. Call 90253 AWH. at"od
Three- track motorcycle, trailer conple~te with straps and bumper hitch, Amtateur leads opening round of Open
$125;e73oHondaX 175, overhauled
,t~p end, exewl6nt"-condtpion, $550.
Callp85517,Dexlen or di85276 $550. GJPI)--Mike Reid, a 22-year-old 1975 Open runnerup John Mahaf'fev,
Call3557 DE o 8576 WH.senior from Brigham Young University,' Rod Funseth, Rick Massengale a&d
servcesis the surprise leader going into 1966 PGA winner 'Al Geiberger.
seviesthe second day of the U.S. Open Golf. Three-time Open champion Jack Reposbl culewnt t oue Tournament outside Atlanta. Nicklaus' is at 74 with 1973 Open sit from Aug. 23 to Sept 10. For Reid, the first amateur to lead champion Johnny Miller. Defending references call 1MG Baynton'at 64223 the opening round of an open since' champ Lou Graham started off with at eear Pintdipesay.Marty Flecknan in 1967., said, "'I a 75.
would have been happy with anything
Responsible young military couple under: 80."' Nicklaus, the. pre-tournament needs house to sit. For references His 67 is 13 shots under 80, favorite, said he feels he's not call 97191. Gall Grissom at 64457 three-under-par and three shots in too far'back in the pack although DWH or Alice at 64345' DWH.' front of Masters champ Ray Floyd, he cannot afford another bad round.
Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast Cloudy with Hi.gh tde2:O6pm A slight chance Lcw tide-7:35pm l of shower. Suci, ie --6:22am 33*~ Winds SE 12-14 Sum et ---7:42pm knots. Bay -------85 conditions 2-4 Low-----75 The Navy'.6 ont zhotebv ed daity feet. Vol. 31, No. 117 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, June 18, 19765 Ford orders organization of evacuation WASHENCTON (Ut Depa It was Ford's second scheduled Eissinger told Congress the asBecause of fighting around the rent spokesman s F Pre meeting in two days with Kissinger, sassinations of Ambassador Frances Beirut airport, presidential Press Gerald Ford has ordered the U.S. Vice Pres. Nelson A. Rockefeller, B. Neloy Jt. and Economic Attache Secy. Ron Nessen said, the bodies embassy in Beirut to organize the CIA Director George Bush, Rational Robert 0. Waring were "an act not of Meloy and Waring will be taken evacuation of Americans in Lebanon, only of brutality but extraordiby car to Damascus, Syria, and a because of what is termed the "unnary maliciousness." Re said the military plane will pick them up certainty of the situation."1 ,1 The ofthe sai n .President and his advisers also there. Retired Ambassador Dean The poksma sad i Wahintonwill decide whether to use U.S. Brown will fly to Damascus aboard that the embassy would organize an military forces in the evacuation, the plane. overland convoy out of the country. There are about 1,400 Americans in The spokesman said the President Lebanon. Brown will be Ford's personal redirected the convoy for "U.S. citi"If American military force is representative in escorting the bodies zens who wish to depart at this used it will be a very short operhome, Nessen said. The plane will ire. tion," Kissinger said. The secrestop in Athens to pick up Waring's "Only those embassy officials not tary said he expects punishment for widow and one of their daughters, essential are leaving," the spokesthe assassins to be "severe and the press secretary said. an said. Fe added that the embassy d Brown will return with the plane uld remain open in an effort to and will have no other diplomatic aid in reaching peace in th!e Condolences poured in to troubled land. Washington yesterday from Arab and sai. res. rd had called a eeingIsraeli officials, expressing reof national security advisers yesterday to discuss options president condemned what he called The Palestine Liberation rgan, Ons inSecurity Director Brent Scowcroft "?aggressive acts which do not serve ization says three Lebanese gunmen lebanot, and Secy. of State Henry adDpt ees ey ila 1k~bnrj-.,andSec. nfStae Fnry andDepty Dfene Scy.Wiliam security." Israel's prime minister were arrested and confessed to the A. Kissinger had said the United Clements to consider an evacuation said the 'despicable act against murders. The organization said States would decide in 36 hours following the assassination of two people working for peace can only the gunmen were working for someone whether to evacuate Americans. American diplomats in Beirut. arouse contempt and disgust." else. Oil companies breakup means higher prices for consumers WASIHINGTON (AP)-Treasury tne.:rimnrt said yesterdayy its research that breaking up of the na-ons la-, ges:t oIl companies would mean hgh ,rces for consumers, increased reliance o for, 'an oil, andlow g h the general Scocom. T'tenate Judiciar -Committee on Tuesdy a-prove-d, toL7, a bill deined tbreak up th.e industry's biggest companies into entities to produce, refine, distribute and sell crude oil acc its derivatives. Treasury conclusions generally e the reverse of the effects predicted by advocates of industryy WASHINGTON (AP)--The Pentagon announced yesterday that Adm. Maurice Weisner will become the new commander-in -chief of all U.S. forces in the Pacific area. The now commander of!U.S. Navy forces in the Pacific, Weisner will succeed Adm. Noel Gayler as the top military officer in the entire Pacific region. WASHINCTON (AP)--Secy. of State Henry Kissinger said yesterday the administration is investigating whether "some private groups" are trying to weaken the government of Jamaica. Appearing before the House International Relations Committee, Kissinger added that at the same time he is not aware of any activity by the CIA or any other U. S. organization to promote instability. (iFT)--cpublican politics continue in b igh gear ths weekend with 9F delegate up fo grabs in five states. cr r Ca'ifornia Cov. Ronald Reagan is the favor-itein most of the delegate races, but he is not expected tc mal-e up enough ground to unseat Pres. 'rd for the GOP presidetia .,crinatiov. A poll shows -ord eading Peagan with 1013 delegates to Re-agan's 895. divestiture. The advocates say the increased competition would lead to lowering prices and stepped up domestic exploration for oil. The Treasury summary report, which repeated an administration position previously laid out at congressional hearings and in speeches by Gerald L. Parsky, the Treasury Department official who supervised the study, said "over-all, the potential costs in terms of national economic efficiency are high, while eventual gains, if realized at all appear to be small." Parsky said the Treasury will release later the economic analysis upon which the conclusion was based. WASHINGTON (UPI)--By a vote of 331-53, the House last night okayed a military appropriations bill for fiscal 1977. More than $550 million less than the administration asked for, the legislation now goes to the Senate. The Mouse turned back attempts to block funding for the B-1 bomber, a new nuclear aircraft carrier and various missiles. (UPI)--The chief of Argentina's federal police was killed early this morning in a powerful bomb explosion at his suburban Buenos Aires home. Police say his wife and daughter were injured in the blast. :ouasancn of police backed by helicopters fanned out over the area to search for the terrorists who set the device. SANTA R(SA, Calif. (UPI)--Veteran actor Andy Devine is reported in serious condition in a Santa Rosa, Calif., hospital. The 70-year-old Devine is under treatment for kidney failure and pneumonia. Devine began his Hollywood film career in 1926, later branching out into television. But generally, the report said, the break-up threatens to eliminate the economies inherent to mass production, hinder petroleum companies' ability to raise money for new investment and discourage the smaller companies left after divestiture from taking the risks required in seeking new supplies of oil. 'he summary said the effects would probably be most severe in a 10-year transition period immediately following the enactment of the bill which would be characterized by industry court challenges and business uncertainties while divestiture took place, it said. Speculation of GOP running mate alright (UPI)--It's still officially alright to speculate about possible Republican vice presidential candidates. White House News Secy. Ron Nessen told reporters yesterday that Pres. Ford has not picked anyone as a running mate yet, and that anyone who says he has is wrong. Nessen was reacting to reports that former Treasury Secy. John Connally of Texas is a prime candidate. Connally met with Ford Wednesday, but Nessen said he did not know what was discussed. Earlier yesterday, Ford told a group of teen-age Republicans that he and Ronald Reagan could seriously hurt the party's chances in November by making a "grudge fight" for the nomination. Ford and Reagan appear together today at a dinner honoring GOP National "hairperson Mary Louise Smith in Des"ines, Iowa. Press Secy. Nessen KinR Hussein Hussein seeks purchase of missile systems MOSCOW (AP)--Jordan's King Hussein arrived in Moscow yesterday, apparently ready to discuss a possible purchase of a Soviet antiaircraft missile system. Before leaving Vienna for the Soviet Union Hussein told an interviewer he would be a tough negotiator in Moscow. The king, who was accompanied by his wife, Queen Alia, was met at the airport by Soviet Pres. Nikolai Podgorny, Prime Minister Alexei N. Kosygin, and Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. "We have been looking everywhere for the system that would enable us to defend our skies in the face of an imbalance that is not acceptable to us," Hussein said in Vienna. According to the Soviet news agency Tass, the visit will include discussions on the current Middle East crisis. Hussein's schedule in the Soviet Union includes talks and a banquet today in Moscow, then visits to the cities of Volgograd, Trkutsk, and Bratsk, and a return to Moscow on Monday for more talks and a visit to a military installation Democratic National Chairman Robert Strauss said he will probably remain in office through the 1976 election. Strauss says he has not talked with front-runner Jimmy Carter but that a Carter advisor has asked him to remain chairman of the party. Carter vacationed in Sea Island, Ca., yesterday, meeting with advisors to discuss his vice presidential running mate. Carter may ask 12 or 15 distinguished Americans to help him select a running mate. World. News Digest
Guantanamo Gazette C MEETINGS TODAY THE SOCIALIZERS CLUB will be playing cards, dominoes, rummy, royal,picino and bonko from 7 to 12 p.m. TOMORROW PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to second grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCalla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191. IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB will meet at the COMO Club at 7 pm, Games are open to all base residents For more information call Jiiu Cossey at 85149 AWH, SOCIALIZER'S CLUB will meet at the Socializer's Club at 2 p.m. For more information call 90175, GITMO BAY MOTOCROSS CLUB will hold a race at the Sherman Avenue track, Practice starts at noon with races at 1 p.m. Come join the action and fun, BOATING REGULATIONS ComNavBaseGtmo Inst 5400.2K and 1710.10 (Outdoor Sports and Wildlife Handbook) state that all privately owned boats (barrel boats too) shall be registered with the provost marshal. The registration number assigned must be plainly painted in large figures on both bow and stern unless otherwise exempted by the provost marshal. These regulations are being repeatedly ignored by some boat owners. Effective immediately all offenders will be issued a citation to appear in court if they fail to comply with the above regulations. FTG ENLiSTED AND OFFICERS' WIVES THANK YOU TO GITMO FTG enlisted and officers' wives wish to thank all Gitmo residents who donated books at the book drop in the library for book fair this fall. The proceeds will go to the W.T. Sampson Scholarship Fund. If you are packing out this summer and have old paperbacks, think about donating them to a good cause. U.S. NASAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA Cat. -Jo h Mconn l apt.f ak atin I5dr. Michel1Cherry. SSSf5 JO1 bill=Broome .dio JO3 BUSy Smi .Rot tJS la Si lisU,. .Ro Th Guatanam Gazette is published according toth rules and rgulaion.''s rshi an saon n spaper he, Department of theNavy. community Bulletin Board MARBKS ENLISTED WIVES' CLUB BAZAAR : The Marine Barracks Enlisted Wives' Club will be holding a bazaar tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Marine Barracks baseball field. Available are handmade craft items, crosade items, handmade jewelery and clothing. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds will go to the crash kit and the regular fund. ADULT BEGINNERS WEAVING CLASS IULThe Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association is sponsoring an adult beginners weaving class. Looms, warp, and yarn are provided along with instruction and become the property of the students. The class will start June 21 and run A girls' softball league has been through .ulv 24 o r r y4f. c m~eiir mation or to register call Angela Johnstone at 95450 AWH or 85527 DWH. SWINGERS' POOL PARTY The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance Club will have a pool party tonight at 6:30 at the Iguana Pool. Festivities will include a pot luck dinner, swimming and dancing. All participants are asked to bring their own chairs for the pool area. For more information call Jan Lingnau at 95543 AT. YARD SALES A yard sale will be held at 363A KB tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a yard sale tomorrow-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. tomorrow. Items available are a Hi-Fi, clothes, household items, table top broiler, bed spread, toys games, books and high chairs. 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, AWH. There is a $5 registration fee and parents must sign form. VEHICLE REGULATION ComNavBaseGtmo Inst 11200.1 states that a valid itate 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. 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. ESSAYS CAN BE PICKED UP All bicentennial contest essays may be picked up by the authors at the base library during normal library hours. The FTG Officers' Wives Club would like to thank all W.T. Sampson students who had the "Spirit of 76" and put forth their time and effort in writing these essays. ODU COURSE TO BEGIN Old Dominion University Criminology 3f5 will begin Monday at 6:30 p.m. in room 18 at W.T. Sampson High School. Books may be bought from 6 until 6:30 p.m. The cost of the books is $12.95. A yard sale will held at 45B Nob Hill from 9:30 to noon tomorrow. There will be a yard sale at 32A Nob Hill at 9 a.m. until ?. Available are a fish tank, bike and othe' items. A yard sale will be held at 59B Nob Hill starting at 9 a.m. tomorrow. Items include bunk beds with matching toy chest, 9'xll' oval braided rug, metal detector, lawn furniture, child's rocking chair, wood carvings, childrens clothing, portable electric organ and much more. There will be a two-family yard sale at GP17B tomorrow at 1 p.m. Available are a Sears exercise bike, child's water ski, dinette set with six chairs, four Sansui 3500 speakers and many household items. There will be a yard sale at 50 and 51 TK beginning at 10 a.m. to morrow You name it, they got it. A two-family yard sale will be at 50 Nob Hill, tomorrow 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. A yard sale will be held tomorrow at 1256A Villamar on Sixth St. Many books, baby and adults clothing, metal cabinet and book shelf are a few of the items available. There will be a yard sale tomorrow at 3A East Bargo from 10 a.m. to noon. Items for sale are baby furniture and other items. For more information call 96130 AWH. Pallottine fathers receive audit BALTIMORE (UPI)--A long-awaited audit of the Pallottine Fathers shows the Roman Catholic order spent less than six cents for each dollar it received in contributions in a recent 18-month period. During that time, from July 1974 to December 1975, the order received $20 million in contributions, mostly as a result of its mass mail campaigns. The missions received $1 million and the Pallottines spent $15.6 million in fund raising costs. They suffered losses of $3.5 million in the stock market and other investments. The audit, commissioned at the request of Archbishop William Borders after newspaper reports revealed widespread resort and land investments, showed the order had assets of $16.7 million during that period. The audit was published in today's edition of the Catholic Review. It is accompanied by a statement from a Pallottine official who apologizes for the long awaited report of the Pallottines. It made no mention of Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel. But it was an apparent $54,000 loan that helped pay the governor's divorce costs that first brought adverse publicity to the order. Archbishop Borders will release the audit formally at a news conference today. nation, however, took part in the oil boycott that prompted congressional retaliation against OPEC. The Ford administration said it opposed the conditional exclusion and Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger, who took part in the OAS assembly last week, repeated this stand. License requirements Rhode Island, resident servicepeople may get special license in exchange for valid license at no cost. Special license good until 30 days after discharge. South Carolina, invalid upon expiration date. South Dakota, automatically extended until reentrance to state or 30 days after discharge Tennessee, license valid for 60 days after discharge. Ecuador and Venezuela barred from OAS Page 2 Friday, June 18, 1976 SANTIAGO, Chile (AP)--The Organization of American States expressed its "profound preoccupation" yesterday about 0AS exclusion of two hemisphere nations and lowered tariff barriers by the United States. A resolution approved unanimously by the 23 countries taking part in this year's OAS general assembly said exclusion of Ecuador and Venezuela "continues to disturb inter-American relations". low tariff barriers for the two countries were removed by Congress in 1974 because both countries are members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporters, OPEC. Neither WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES: AVERAGE CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,178,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 19,074,000
Friday, June 18, 1976 Top Democrat endorses Carter (UPI)--Almost unnoticed in the recent rash of jumpers upon the Jimmy Carter bandwagon was Mississippi Sen. James Eastland. Eastland, the senior Democrat in the Senate, chairman of the Judiciary Committee and senior guru of the Southern Democratic conservatives, hasn't thumped for a Democratic presidential candidate for 32 years. His endorsement gave the former governor of Georgia even more reason to hope he can return a "solid outh" to the Democratic column in W ovember. An ally of Franklin Roosevelt, Eastland supported the Dixiecrats in 1948, which launched a long career as a Democratic maverick. He either backed Republican presidential candidates or simply ignored White House races. Eastland was one of Richard Nixon's last Senate supporters. Now he's for Carter. But it may not all be altruism. With the winds of change blowing in Congress, had Eastland continued to refuse to support his party's nominee his judiciary chairmanship might well be in jeopardy in January. Not even Lyndon Johnson enjoyed a solid South. He got a landslide in 1964 without the solid support from Dixie that Carter may have in the making. A sign of what may be in store was in Carter's dominance of the Southern presidential primaries. He won them all, except Wallace's Alabama, and did it without resort to the kind of regional rhetoric which makes a candidate vulnerable elsewhere. The Republicans are so worried over the specter of the South reverting to the Democrats that GOP chairmen of 10 Southern states last weekend appealed to Pres. Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan to stop bickering and settle their nomination battle as smoothly and as quickly as possible. Otherwise, say the Southern Republican chieftains, Democrats may reign in Dixie. A solid South has greater clout in U.S. politics than ever before. As the South's population has grown at a faster rate than the North, its electoral power has mushroomed. The 11 states of the old Confederacy now have 130 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency. Until Franklin Roosevelt's time, the Democrats survived nationally chiefly based on Southern support. Woodrow Wilson became President in 1912, for example, not just because Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft split the GOP, but because of all those assured Southern votes. During the bad years for the Democrats, the post Civil War years and the 1920's, the South was about their sole solace. But in the past two decades, Dixie voters generally have cast their conservative lot with the GOP in national elections. Even at state and local levels, Republicans have begun to be elected in such states as Florida, Texas, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and, meaningfully for Eastland, in Mississippi. To Eastland, Carter may not only be a southerner of Dixie pride but also someone who can help keep Congress peopled once again by Southern Democrats. Pentagon ready to end MIA information operation (UPI)--The Pentagon is getting ready to dismantle the special operation that was set up to gather information on the Americans missing in action in Southeast Asia. Roger Shields, a deputy defense secretary, talked about it before the House Select Committee on MIA's. He said the search unit has been transferred from Thailand to Hawaii. And he said it will be deactivated unless conditions in Southeast Asia improve to the point where active searches can be made. Bill provokes criticism of Ford Gitmo Dialogue Imperial's sentiments on Bellazairo (Editor's Note: On June 7 the Gazette carried a story concerningan alleged theft of $700 by Bellazairo while employed by Imperial Van Lines.) To The Editor, Imperial Van Lines would like to take this opportunity to explain to the residents of Gitmo our sentiments regarding Anthony Bellazairo. In the four years that Imperial has been aboard the "Rock", this is the first incident of an alleged theft. Imperial has always gone to Jamaica to interview our prospective employees personally and, and as our record shows, we have had a great deal of luck. In the case of Bellazairo, he was sent to Gitmo by the Ministry of Labor. CCPO then called Imperial and asked for Bellazairo to be employed. Bellazairo had been employed in Gitmo several years ago and had been discharged. The base police checked his former employer and could not get a reason for the discharge so we decided to give him a chance. Bellazairo was discharged by Imperial for poor work habits before he allegedly confessed to the theft. Again we regret the incident, but we must point out the fine record of our other Jamaican employees. A. W. (Buck) Hayes WASHINGTON (AP)--Legislation establishing a young adult conservation corps, which sailed through the House last month, provoked Ford administration criticism yesterday in the Senate. Agriculture and Interior Department officials told a Senate Interior Committee hearing the bill would be "totally unacceptable" Artist jailed for threat SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP)--An artist, who said he would kill Pres. Gerald Ford, has been taken into custody by federal authorities in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Marshals Office said yesterday. The suspect, identified as Carlos Irizarry, 37, a painter as well as a graphic artist, was charged in U.S. District Court late Wednesday with threatening to kill the president. The arrest came after Irizarry held a news conference last week saying he planned to become a human bomb and blowup the president when he arrives in Puerto Rico for talks with foreign leaders, about world economy, on June 27 and 28. FBI and secret service agents said they talked with Irizarry after the news conference, but his arrest was delayed until Wednesday. The suspect repeated what he said in the news conference to federal officials, a spokesman said. Hurricane "Winds" do much damage, but "drowning" is the greatest cause of hurricane deaths. As the storm approaches and moves across the coastline, it brings huge waves, raising tides some 15 feet or more above normal. The rise may come rapidly, and produce flash floods in coastal lowlands, or may come in the form of giant waves -which are mistakenly called "tidal waves". The torrential rains produce sudden flooding as the storm moves inland and its winds diminish, floods constitute the hurricanes greatest threat. The time to prepare for a hurricane is before it arrives. This takes planning and approriate action when needed. Here then are some tips: 1. Prepare Now. Acquire a copy of the "Destructive Weather Plan" COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 3440.3K. Check your supply of: boards, tools, nonperishable food, masking tape, first aid kits, batteries for radio, flashlights, hurricane basket, and containers for storing water. Also don't forget to gas up the car. Make a mental note of "things" in the yard which must be brought in or tied down. 2. Listen to Advisories. Don't attempt to prove the advisory wrong. The advisory is a combination of satellite reports, land reports, radar reports, aircraft reports, ship reports, upper air reports put together by computors and a group of meteorologists. The data is evaluated by civilian and military personnel before the expected track of a hurricane is placed in an advisory. As the advisories are received they are dispatched immediately to AFRTS Radio and T.V. for your information, to ComNavBase and communications for official actions. Advisories will save your life -but you must help. Above all, ignore rumors. 3. Conditions. As condition are "set" take immediate, appropriate and complete action established in COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 3440.3K (Destructive Weather Plan). When your assigned tasks are complete assist others. 4. Recovery. After the hurricane passes -wait for the "all clear" signal before leaving your shelter. Once "all clear" is sounded: seek medical assistance -if needed, avoid loose or dangling wires, report broken water or sewage pipes, exercise care in driving and prevent fires. Conserve stored food and water -Don't Waste. HURRICANES ARE KILLERS and it does not matter to the hurricane who she kills. A pounding surf and a palm tree swaying in the howling wind may be beautiful to some people, but during a hurricane it signifies the worst is yet to come. with the President's program to hold down federal spending ano to ease unemployment. The bill, which the House passed 291 to 70, would provide up to a year's employment on public lands for persons between the ages of 16 and 24. It would provide jobs for a fouryear period and would supplement the existing Youth Conservation Corps that was created in 1970 to provide summer work for teenagers on conservation projects. Both programs are modeled on the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s. Paul A. Vander Myde, deputy as" sistant secretary for conservatiqn, said the program would cost $13 billion, a sum he said "would be inflationary and weaken the current economic recovery." He said the administration's plan to bring down the high level of joblessness is through providing incentives to private industry, not through massive job programs. Richard Hitak, deputy assistant Interior secretary, said the jobs that would be created by the legislation are in the West, the highest rates of unemployment among young people are in the East. Thus the measure would involve "high travel costs to transport youths across the nation" and to provide for them on the job sites, he said. But Interior Committee Chairman Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., said youth unemployment is chronic throughout the United States. Prepare now for hurricane season Guantanamo Gazette Page3
Friday, June 18, 1976 B ARD BASEBALL SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Mets 1, Los Angeles 0 Philadelphia 3, San Francisco2 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Yankees 5, Chicago White Sox 4 Baltimore 4, Texas 1 Boston .8, Oakland 3 California 2, Milwaukee 0 Minnesota 4, Detroit 0 ABA teams merge with NBA (TT)--The American Basketball Association went out of business yesterday. Four teams in the ABA yesterday agreed to terms with the National Basketball Association to join the older league, with each club paying a P3.2 million entry fee. The new NBA squads are the New York Nets, Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs, and Indiana Pacers. In a merger agreement negotiated at the NBA Board of Governors conference in Hyannis, Mass., the former ABA teams also agreed they will not receive a share of television revenues for the next four years. In addition, the Nets will pay the New York Knicks an undisclosed indemnity for infringing on the Knicks' territory. Two ABA clubs will not merge with the NBA, the Kentucky Colonels and the Utah franchise which played last season as the Spirits of St. Louis. (I) All ads will be run one time only, You must submit your ad each time you wait 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 48 Jeep, 4 wheel, drive, good condition, best offer; '74 Honda NT250, best offer; power lawn mower, wheelbarrow; 9x12 green rug; color TV antenna; 5 outdoor spot lights; 2 rocking chairs for lawn; 1 chaise lounge; and 6 Volkswagen tires mounted on 5-lug wheels. Call 64245 DWH. Honda 70 trail bike for parts; set of golf clubs. Call 951287 AWH. Metal bunkbeds with matching toy chest, colonial white with gold trim, $40 or without toy chest, $35; 9'x 11' oval braided rug. $15; metal detector $10; electric shoe polisher, never used, $10; youth size colonial style rocking chair, $7; car seat, $2; infant carrier $1; portable electric organ, $5; and metal doll house, $1. Call 96275 AT. One Regeticy CR-23 CB radio, 1 ham radio, 1 ham trasmitter, and Whirlpool dir conditioner. Call 99145 AWH. Pioneer KP-212 car and cassette stereo, with fast forward and fast rewind, like new, $65 or best offer Call "B" complex room H-202 GHB and ask for Greg AWH. Air conditioners: 10,000 23,000 24,000 all are $400 and available 15 July; '63 Chevy; $300, available 27 July. Call 95389 AWH or 85220 DWH. Lady's golf shoes, blue and white sie 6B, like new, $10; swing set, $20 and new Magnavox stereo system stand, $25. Call 90297 AT. 39 panels of gold sheers, $2 per panel. Call 85703 AT. Couch, chair and footstool, couch folds out into double bed, bluegreen, $100; avacado carpet, $60; eea green drapes with insulated backing,$20; dining room cafe drapes, $15. Call 99153 AT. Harley Davidson SSX 175, good conditidn, $600. Call 85347 AT. 73 Kawasaki 350 street bike, excelent condition, best offer. Call 97294 AWH. '72 Kawasaki 90, $300. Call 97245 AT. '70 noedge Challenger, $500 or best offer. Call 85375 DWH, ask for Ron. '69 Buick Wildcat, 430 engine, a/c, power steering, power brake, 4 brand new steel belted radial tires, $500, 8/16 barrel boat with motor, barrel needs work, $300, and '52 Chevy pickup truck, $300. Call 98169 AT. Five-piece Lugwig clear drum set, best offer over $1,000; 70 Ford Rancher wagon, 8 passengers with A/C, P/S, P/B, A/T, tinted glass and luggage rack, best offer over $1,000. Call 98211 AWH. Regulator and Seaview gauge, diver's life vest, spear gun, depth gauge, weights and weight belt, diver's knife, masks, snorkels, and fins. Call 951016 AWN or see at TK11 AWH. Front muffler with headpipe, single pipe from manifold, new, bought for 71 Toyota wagon, may fit other models, $13. Call 90253 AWH. Threetrack motorcycle trailer complete with straps and bumper hitch, $125; 73 Honda XL 175, overhauled top end, excellent condition, $550. Call 85517 DWH or 85276 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. Responsible young military couple needs house to sit. For references call 97191. Call Grissom at 64457 DWH or Alice at 64345 DWH. 13-year-old boy will babysit AT. Call 98169. A/C service and repair, all work guaranteed. Call 952225 or 98252 AT. wanted Two.-drawer file cabinet. Call 96240 AT. Swing set an 5,000, 10,000 and 24,000 BTU air conditioners. Call 64245 DWH. Old pickup truck or van and four 5,500 BTU air conditioners and one used refrigerator. Call 85542 DWH. lost Ring and watch at softball field #2 on Sunday. If found call 952256 AT. for rent Home in Virginia Beach. a 5 bedroom available August 1. Located in Pembroke Meadows. Convenient to shopping center, expressway and Amphibious base. Call 85402 DWH or 951001 ext. 310 AWH. The Kentucky and Utah-St. Louis players will be subject to a dispersal draft that New York Knicks' Pres. Michael Burke says will be held sometime in the next week. Burke added that players eligible in the draft will include all other players from former ABA teams, such as the defunct San Diego and Baltimore squads. The Chicago Bulls, with the poorest 1975-76 NBA record, will get the top choice. Among the prizes available from the Colonels and Stars are Artis Gilmore, Bon Boone and Marvin Barnes. ABA Commissioner Dave Debusschere said it would take "three months to iron out everything concerning the merger. Kuhn to make decision on Finley trades (UPI)--Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn held a 95-minute hearing yesterday into the $3 million auction of Joe Rudi, Rollie Fingers and Vida Blue and is expected to okay the deals today. Oakland A's owner Charlie Finley, who sold Rudi and Fingers to the Boston Red Sox and Blue to the New York Yankees, told Kuhn he has every intention of remaining in baseball and not selling his club as has so often been reported. Finley said be intends to use the money he received for the three players to rebuild the A's and that is expected to influence Kuhn' s decision heavily. Kuhn met with Finley, representatives from the Yankees and Red Sox and officials of the American league. Afterward, he told reporters that the issue is whether or not the transactions are in the best interest of baseball. Some clubowners and ethers don't like the idea of Finley auctioning off his stars and allowing the Yankees and Red Sox to "buy a pennant." Sports in brief (UPI)--In 1961, Roger Maris hit his 23rd homer on June 17 and went on to collect 61 four-baggers. On June 17, 1976, Dave Kingman socked his 23rd home run of the season raising the possibility that the 27-year-old outfielder can join Maris and Babe Ruth in the 60--homer cub. Kingman homered last night in the 14th i-iand lifd the New York Mers to a 1-0 victory over the los Angeles Dodgers. (UPI)--Chris Evert meets Russia's Clga Norozova and rginia Wade battles Martina Navratileva -in th semifinals of the $100,000 Colgate Women's Tennis Tournament at Eastbourne, England. The topseeded Evert said she "needed a tough match" to get ready for Wimbledon and she got it in the quarterfinal before beating Betty Stove, 7-5, 6-4. (UPl)--Hotel chain owner Irving Cowan confirmed yesterday that Buffalo interests have been given 30 days to buy the Braves basketball team and block the transfer of the NBA franchise to Hollywood, Fla. But Cowan says his "optimism has not waned" that he will eventually purchase the club and move it cut of Buffalo. "It seems inconceivable to me that a group of businessmen would spend millions of dollars to purchase a basketball team to keep it in a cit th-at hasn't supported it so thar lose millions of dollars." (UPT)--The College of William and Mary announced yesterday' t1at it' board of directors 'otedtL,_ draw from the South ern (onferenc or. June 30, 1977. A.spokesmarsy the Williamsbl.rg, ca., scol may join another I ehelp create newo or become an iepenicnt. Of BEACF, C ti-J" Nabor of Souther n Cal brOe own Americar 100-meLt bark k record with a .8 second cor at the :.mS.Iympic wr at Icng Beach,Clif. Pete oc of Concord, Calif., earned thche spot to Monre-al by finishing see ornd. Amateur leads opening round of Open (UPI)--Mike Reid, a 22-year-old senior from Brigham Young University, is the surprise leader going into the second day of the U.S. Open Golf Tournament outside Atlanta. Reid, the first amateur to lead the opening round of an Open since Marty Fleckman in 1967, said, "I would have been happy with anything under 80." His 67 is 13 shots under 80, three-under-par and three shots in front of Masters champ Ray Floyd, 1975 Open runnerup John Mahaffey, Rod Funseth, Rick Massengale and 1966 PGA winner Al Geiberger. Three-time Open champion Jack Nicklaus is at 74 with 1973 Open champion Johnny Miller. Defending champ Lou Graham started off with a 75. Nicklaus, the pre-tournament favorite, said he feels he's not too far back in the pack although he cannot afford another bad round. Job Opportunities Applications will be accepted until the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications may be made at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office. ANNOUNCEMENT 15-074-76 10-608-76 20-126-76 10-089-76 10-404-76 15-018-76 36-004-76 60-001-76 80-135-76 55-033-76 POSITION AND GRADE SALARY CLOSING DATE Office Appliance Repairer, WG-9 $5.94 ph Electrical Engineering Tech., GS-11 $16255 pa Supv. General Supply Spec., GS-9 $13482 pa Sheet Metal Mech., WG-10 6.18 ph Equipment Spec., GS-7 11046 pa Welder, WG-10 $6.18 ph Supv. Firefighter, GS-9 $13482 pa Sports Spec., GS-9 or GS-7 leading to GS-9 Secretary (Steno), GS-4 Cash Clerk (typing) GS-4 June 25, 1976 Open Open Open Open Open Open $11046 pa Open $7976 pa June 25, 1976 $7976 pa June 25, 1976 Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 10-303-75 20-015-75 30-037-75 Telephone Operator, GS-2 $6296 pa Clerk-Typist, GS-3 $7102 pa Accounts Maintenance Clk, Open onern GS-3 $7102 pa Open 45-085-75 Store Worker (Int.), WG-4 $4.73 ph Open 94-001-75 Library Aid (Int.), GS-2 $6296 pa Open r fly JLA&jAVoAi7g= --r 7" r MW tw AF Cuantanamo Gazette
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