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Vol.231 No. 165 '
'7Ford makes changes as Carter blasts' administration (policy f
z(UPI)--Som pre-campaign maneuver- cation retreat, today, to be attended Carter told an enthusiastic audiing is tang place behind the by his running mate, Sen. Robert ence at the Iowa State Fair yesterscenes in Vail, Colo., where Pras. Dole, Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller, day that the N~ixo~n and Ford adminiGerald F'ord is putting together a and former Texas Gov. John Connally. strations have been guilty of~ "un- N new organiztion he hopes will lead In Seattle, Dole and his staff paralleled incompetence" in farm him to victory over Democratic op- were caught by surprise by the policy. And the Democratic presiponent Jim Carter in November. cagsin Ford's organization. They dential. nominee vowed' there would W rd N ws D g s
In a major shakeup yesterday, Ford, got the list of changes from report- be no embargoes on American farm
dismissed Rogers C.B. Morton as his era. exports ina Carter administration. F~ARMINGTON, Conn. (AP)-- A campaign committee chairman~ and Carter's address came at the end University of Connecticut research
nmed Tn's layer Jme .Baker as Forde promised yesterday~ that Pres. of a three-day Western campaign team has found fatal doses 6f nickel Moron' uce ssor.u Bae asFr' Ford will grant neither blanket par-. swing, a prelude to the formal 'start in tissue samples from victims of
cifdlgt-uter, at the don, nior blanket amnesty nor blanket of his presidential election drive. the Legionnaires' Disease. The head Republican ~National Convention, clemency for Vietnam-era draft evad- of the team' said last night the reers and deserters.. His statement sults tend to support the role of' drew a standing ovation from a nickel carbonyl in the disease that Seattle convention of American killed 26 Pennsylvanians in the last Legionnaires, the same convention month. that had booed ,Jimmy Carter o~n the
same subject Tuesday. (UPI)-Cheer spread through 'Pres. Carter voiced support for a blank- Ford's vacation headquarters in et pardon, but not blanket amnesty, Colorado yesterday when a new Gallup which the Democratic presidential Poll showed Jimmy Carter's popularA ~orton is to become
FralocleaGO summit blasting the administration farm nominee Walter 'Mondale yesterday MOSCOW '(UPI)-Soviet prosecutors
meigat hs Rock Mountain va- policy. 'promised that a Democfratic admini- have asked court doctors to diagnose.
stration would see to it that, ' the mental and physical health of "the law is the same for everyone, one of three Americans on trial in for p nish ent ~ -'*including the big shots." Sen. Moscow for smuggling heroin." The U.S. calls fo u ih e tof sotl ers Mondale's comments came in a speech Americans have already pleaded at Harrisburg, Pa., apparently a guilty to trying to smuggle $2 milPANqMUNJOM, Korea (AP)--The United North Korean Maj~en. Han Ju-Kyong 'reference to Pres. Ford's pardon of lion worth of heroin through Moscow
States pressed North Korea yester- proposed the, guard separation plflan former 'Pros. Richard Nixon.' on a stopover flight from Malaysia.' day to punish the soldiers who during a '48.mnu~te formal session . Earlier yesterday, Mondale met ' Court sources say sentences could killed two Americans. at Panmunjom a .of the 'Joint Allied-Communist . for~ 30 minutes with Chicago Mayor b3e pronounced as early as today.
week 'ago and at the same time 'agreed Military Armistice Commission, num Richard Daley. Afterward, Mondale~ The Americans face possible 10-year
to study a 'North K'orean proposal for her 380 since the truce was signed~ praised Daley' as "one 'of. the truly sentences.
phyica separaion of allied and in 1953. great mayors of' our time."
C'ommuns~t guard a t this truce' vil- The general, accompanied to thei Representatives'of'Ford and Cdarter lage. <'meeting by goose-stepping 'guards, are to meet with the' League of Women Some Wetr ilmt adte made .one of the, mildest North Voters in Washinrgton today to try to Scolb s ch d efr North IKoean proposal, mad~e in ,Korean speeches ever heard
tion on th Koren peninsula. Al-' used in the past for the allied GOP National Chairman Dean Burch 'and Bus routes and schedules for the and Communist troops have been side. 4' ' ''former Deputy Atty. Gen.
adispute over pruning a tree. The North Korean ruler Kim Il-Sung < Powell, and his television expert, United States has beefed up its termed thei&Aug. 18 Panmunjomn clash Barry Jagoda. 4Wava and air forces in the area. regrettablea and urged bothi sides to avoid such incidents in the
ad~dok mded ~future.
epnen U.S. RAdm. Mark P. Frudden,'
Part nomination chief delegate of .th~e 11.S.-led United Nations Command, said Kim's
statement was "a positive step" and
'the separation plan "may be a positive step" and would be studied.
But still, he said, "Your response
'is unsatisfactory" because it mentioned no concrete action to make
amends for the slayings.
Frumdden said the allies demand
punishment of those responsible for
- e c nIn~dpez~dent the killing and orders to North.
(UPI--Th Amrica Inepenent Korean troops against physical conPat yesterday hel platform hear~- tact with or obstructing the moveings in Chicago, where Elliott> ment of allied guards at Panmunjom.
Graham said 'his gun organization The admiral, also insisted on as- ' mae the National Rifle Association surances of allied freedom of 'movelok"ik ieral group." ment in the area, as guaranteed b3y
SGraham, representing the American the Armistice Agreement. Pisto and Revlver Association,
was one of several witnesses, t~o pro-, "It is now time, for you to make pnd aconservativ cause at thie specific efforts. To be specific,
herns eld ina aace of th 'in ligh~t of' the brutal murder of"
p arspeieta nominating the U.N. Command officers, we have
covnin starting today. call ! for punishment of those reAnterpaform wtness was sponsible
AmnMths represening a , The North Koreans did not reply.
Caiori axpayers 'union. He More meetings .are possible in the
ugdposecution of legislators near future.
Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, August 26, 1976
GITMO SWINGERS DANCE R & R TRIPS TO JAMAICA
I~ The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance In the past personnel have been .....- .. Club will dance Saturday night at permitted to visit Jamaica on R&R
~8 in the club hall. A workshop swill via MiAC flight on 'Thursday and rehu be held from 7:30 to 8 p.m. 'FO? turn on the MAC flight on Monday.' moreinformation call Jan~ Li.ngnau ' while in a liberty status. Based at 95543. on a recommendation by BPTO to CoBiNavBase it wa . determined this
CHILIDRENS SWIMMING TEAM was not legal in that the period Bulleti .of absence exceEds the maximum Parents of children 6-8 years length of time authorized for old who are interested in them liberty, which is 96 hours. Boa rd contact Mr. Clarke at the Windjammer sonnel who go to Jamaica o R&R
Swimming pool Monday and Friday from Thursday to Monday will be reanytime 'between 3 to "6 p.m. For quired to take leave and must have registration and information or leave papers in their possession call 951179. to board the flight.
Today's Meeting FIRST DAY OF'SCHOOL SHORTEN NAUTICAL LANTERN NEW HOURS ADMIRAL'S CUP INFO
The first day' of school wull be Effective Aug. 29, the Nautical ersnnel from Admn, RD, ort GUANTAN~AMO BAY SELF JDEFENSE CLUB Aug. 30, and will be a half day Lantern will have new opeSrvcsandCmmniaiosge
wilpractice at the Child Day Care session. Students will be picked hours. The hours 'are: rtn ' Services and Communications deo Center at 6 p.m. up atthe regular time. High schol siring to participate in the upOKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will students, grades 7-12, will be re- ''Sun. 10 a.m. - 12 .. - 6 -9 p.m. coming Admiral's Cup matches should
practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mar- turned home at 11:30 a.m. and Mon. Closed contact LTJG Delaney at 85620 DWH or' blehead Hall. For more information elementary youngster,; at 12 p.m. Tue. thru Fri. 11:30 a.m. -1 p.m. 95446 AWH.
call 98258 AWH. Only the morning session oa'kinder- 6 - 9 p.m.
EXERCISE from 6 to .7 p.m. For garten children will attend-on Sat. 6 - 9 p.m. SINGLE NO-TAP TOURNAMENT ,more information call Leonard at Aug. 30 and only the afternoon 90126 AWH. session will attend Aug. 31 as the CARIBBEAN ARTS O , CRAPTS NEW There will be a Single No-Tap BINGO willbe played at the Wind- kindergarten teachers will~ e meet- ASTROLOGY CLASS Tournament Saturday at '7:30 p.m. Jammer beginning at 8 p.m. ing with parents on alternate days. Enr e
.Pcoand bonko from 7 to midnight. directed to PWD Transportati.on, afternoon for 10 weeks. For more
Mr. Roth or Mr. Ellis" at 8591. information ornto register call We have lowered our average reSUNDAY 'Kris at 90263 AWH. 'quirement to 125, and an organizaPIANOS FOR RENT tional meeting will be held to-- ' PROTESTANT SI2NDAY SCHOOL will meet ' " A MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION MEETING night at 7:30 at the WIBC hut. at the elentary school for child- Special Services' as pianos nAny ladies interested in 'joining ren from two years' o the 2nd grade; availale 'for rent. For more in- There will be a meeting of the this league are urged to attend. thirdgaet dltcasswl oraino ye and renta.l Mens Golf'Association in the golf ' For more information call Margie meet at the high school at 9:30 prices, contact the Special Services course lounge at 8 p.m. Aug. 31. at 951074 AWH. a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS issue desk at 95393 DWH. Hours of Also at 7 p.m. there will be a Leewa'rd Point Chapel at 10 a,m., operation: ,' 'chipping contest,, entry fee is 'Little Theatre announces 5%, and a prize for the winner.
Church of Chis will meet at McCal- 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. weekdays. All members are urged to attend nx lIa Chapel at' 9:30 a.m. For more* in- 8 a.m. -~ 9 p.m. weekends, and any males 18 or over that would introduction eformatin call 97191, like to join thE. association are NAVSTA RECREATION MEMBER invited to attend. By Sandra Bernstein IGUANA DLICATh: BIDhGE nB illi COMMITTEE MEETING Tryots for Blithe Spirit,
L Guafnnamo Ba Little n Theatre'l hs. ::
meet at th~e COTM0 Club at 7 p.m. ', PACK ;101 FAMILY PICNICGunnaoByLtlThtrs Games ar~e open to 11l base residents. There will be e meeting o~f NavStanx rdcin ilb edAg For more information call Jim Cossey' recreation committee members Sept.. Pack 401 will hold a family picnic 30, 31 and Sept. 1 from 7-9 p.m. at a85149'AWH. 1 , at 1:i30 p.m. 'in the Speial for Cub Scouts and~ their families, Morin Center.
C~M AR COS~E ON ABORDAY Services' conference room.A Aug. 29, 'at Windmill Beach starting, The play is an hilarious farce by
COMMSSAY CLSEDON LBORDAYat 3 p.m. All Scouts Mothers are .Noel Coward and 'features a cast of
t benclosed on 'eptgi4, inobser- T.. F Bn Post Ofic and Follnowing t picnic oc 4 willsfor the purpose of getting some vance of Labor Day.If the Satrain Postal Finance unit #at Leeward hold their monthly meeting at the "tricks of the trade" for his new
hipment of'produce arrives on . Point will beclosed forall finance beach. For more information ca'll book, little does he realize that W
Frday, as scheduled, the Commis- on Friday commencing at 12 p.m. ' Lynday ollingsw rth at 951027. he is indeed stirring up 'some high sary Store will bee open' for the' s' This is due to a departmental <.spirits -- his first wife, who sale. of produce only from10 a.m. picnic. The Narn Barracks Post BROWNI.E TROOP MEETING 1' "passed over" seven years previously. to 1 p . Saturday. Upon confirma- Office will be open .ur4ng the time 'oThe resulting complications involv-' tion of the Seatrain arrival dat FBPO will be closed. Brownie Troop 3 will start meet- 'ing himself, his first wife and his wide disemination of the Commis- 'ing on Sept. 2 at the Girl Scouts present wife provide some of the sary Store opening and closur MARINE EXCoANGE CHRISTMAS TOYS hut. Girls are to ride the bus to funniest scenes in theatrical hiswilbe made through th OD, TS ' ' the hut and parents should pick up 'tory. and the Gi~tbio Gazeitt.TeMrn Exchange has started to the girls at 4 p.m. For more infor- The acting roles include Charles, receive ' rstmas toys and to allow 'maton call 98276 'or 97280 AT. a wry, bookishnconfused, wifeHIGH HOLY DAY SERIC'ES everyone the opportunity to take dominated man of 35-50; his first full 'adva'age of their layaway AFTER HOURS DENTAL WORK wife, Elvira, a high-spirited, atBase personnel of 'he Jewish program, these toys wi11 be placed 'tractive, willful, and capricious Fth' interested in articipating~ on sale Monday. Included will be Begcinning Sept. 1, all personnel young woman of'20-35;' his present in Highï¿½"Holy Day Services are r- ' games; bicycles, 'wheel goods, 'requiring after normal working 'wife, Ruth, a'smart-looking, pracquested to contact Mr. or Mrs . stuffed toys, books, rockers, toy' hours dental treatment will report' 'tical, somewhat dominating woman of Gordo at 952260 or Mr. Drx at chests, and a variety of pre-school to the emergency room at the Naval' '35-45; Madame Arcati, a strikingly
854 ro t et .toys. Hospital for' such treatment. Emer-' bizarre, energetic medium aged 458~5 ? nr to~ 'gency treatment will be available '65; Dr. and Mrs. Bradman, two perFNEIETOUR MEETING' ALL STA GAE from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. on' 'fectly normal middle-aged neighbors,
FE~CLIN '' ',weekdays and "all day on weekends and the mousey maid, Edith, who
Tere will be a meeting in the ' The girl's softball all'star game and holidays. All care previously performs her duties at a slow galprig lot outside te Telep'hone "will be played this Saturday morning available at the Dental Clinic~ lop.
Exchange for person interested 'in ('Aug.<'28th) at .lO:O0a.m. at the after normal working hours will be '~The tryouts are open to any base
tkng a' en'celin tour beginning 'Little League field. Ref reshments' available at the hospital. resident, 'and prospective actors
a9a.m. Saturday. Forrsrain wlbevial. may come to any or all of the tryout call Maine Barak at 95479 or 'AMATEUR RADIO NOVICE CLASS '~times. Rehearsals will take place 9547. US. NVAL UANTNAMOBAY three evenings a week, Monday, BAECUBA There will> be a. special amateur Tuesday, and Thursday.' The play is LITLE HETREAUITINSradio novice class starting 'Sund~ay~ scheduled. to be performed the end of at 7:30 p.m. at 1163 Center Bargo October.
Te Little Teatr anounces. for the purpose of encouraging. Many, many people are still needed
nations for variety sh~ow 3. N~eed- amateur radio in Gitmo. The class ~'for backstage work, such as lights,
edare singers, ucians, and other will run fo~r six weeks and anybody. propertiess, sets, sound, etc. No
talnted persons Adtions will be> interested from the ages of 8 years experience is necessary. Interested
Spt. 3 atMori 'entr at 7:30 p.m. Cap. Jahn H. Mconl Cat David W DeCock on up mjay attend. You can call Joe people are urged to contact the
-~ __7l , 95 5 AWE fo m o1 -n o m t o ora a eNv l S a i a _ - _ - -- - I- _ _
Thursday, August 26, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3
Caution needed with school openEdtra
S For the period fromiiAug. 18 to to- th e accident, they should be called. day, there have been 13 accidents There job is to serve you and their reported to Base Police, number is 85860 anytime. There were five major accidents, As a public service, the Gazet 'te Sorry Johnny, I'm too busy to be involved. I'm already a member of the which involved bodily harm; seven, will run in tomorrow's paper a list club advisory board and I just don't have the time! minor accidents; and one incident, of "Don'ts" for safe driving in Is this the s',rt of lame excuse you give to your son or daughter for which totaled~ $3,302.95 in damages. Gitmo. not getting involved in a Gitno activity that benefits children. Although Over 50 points were awarded for the Remember, schools open next week. we are aware that there are many parents and other public spirited citiaccidents. Let's all drive slowly and carefully zens who give their free time to a local youth organization, currently the Base Police would like to remind to preserve the future of our junior Flag Football League is in dire need of volunteers.
motorists that, no matter how slight-. children. 'Commissioner Wayne McCown urgently needs a vice commissioner, two
coaches and a manager for the concession stand. According to McCown, those positions are the bare minimum necessary to conduct a successful junior flag football season.
Junior flag football registration will be held this Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.' in front of the Navy Exchange. Team tryouts will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. on Cooper Field. Volunteers for the vice commissioner'sa job, the two coaching positions and the managership of the concession stand will be accepted at that time. You nay also call Commissioner .cCown at 85620 or 85106 DWH or '951061 AWH. You say you're already involved? At least two of the members of the ootball' commission and other volunteers do not' even have children who are ligible, to participate. Therefore the Gitmo Junior Flag Football ommission asks you to reconsider. Some, members have already taken on nd combined jobs'which have been separate in past years ... Please take art and 'help Gitmo' a outh.
Giseard' names new premier
PARIS (AP) --Pres. Valefy Giscard in power to more than four per cent D'Estaing reasserted his personal and the franc has lost 9.5 per cent ~control over the French government of its value against the dollar yesterday in the face of coming since March. leftist election challenges, accept- Commentators said that although ing the resignation of his Gaullist Barre asserted "I will fully exerpremierz and replacing him with a cise the powers of my office," he little known'political independent, would more likely serve Giscard Giscard D'Estaing named as premier D'Estaing as a' kind of chief of Raymond Barre, 52, the Minister staff. gesie4-ya-l of Foreign Trade in the outgoing Ciaa gesv 3ya-l government after Jacques Chirac politician, who" once was a~ dishwasher resigned. in a Howard Johnson's during a In resigning, Chirac made clear student trip to the United States, that the president had refused to made it' clear in an exchange of strengthen his powers in order to letters with the president on his deal with the government's major resignation that he wanted more problems, inflation, the weakened power as premier than less. franc, unemployment and the strength- Barre has been a university proened position of the leftist oppo- fessor, a civil servant, vice sition. ,president of the Common Market ExeIt was known that Giscard D'Estaing cutive Commission, and a monetary who considers himself a ref ormant, advisor, notably. to Gem. Charles had major. differences 'with more De Gaulle. 4,t h cnoi eoey
conservative Chirac on how to deal
with France's ecnmcreoey Wihteleft sometimes leading
the. non-socialist parties in public Leaders disagree over ,opinion polls, Giscard D'Estaing
is believed t'o have wanted total
control of' the government mechanism ArbL a eefot . . .. . .. . .. . efore nationwide municipal elect- 0
ions next year and Parliamentary
elections in~ 1978. BEIRUT, Lebanon (Al') -- Leaders of After meeting with Giscard D'Est- Lebanon's Civil War were locked in~ aing, Barre said th~e principal disagreement over new Arab'League goal of the new government, which peacemaking efforts yesterday but' will be formed by Saturday, "will fighting tapered off after two be to combat inflation and maintain days of fury. the stability of our money." Palestinian guerrilla officials inflation is running at 10.6 per ~and the leader of the largest centin Fance UneployentMoslem militia, declared they knew doubled during Chirac's two years nothing about 'a proposed truce meeting announced for tomorrow by
the commander of Arab League' peace
Sadat accepts 6focs
Gen. Mohammed Hassan Ghonein had
* said the meeting would discuss year ,nomnination his plan for the, Palestinian pullout from traditionally ChristCAIRO (AP') --Anwar Sadat accepted ian mountains in return for a ~the unanimous nomination of the Syrian withdrawal into the eastern~People's Assembly for six more most Bekaa Valley.
jear inoffce ystedayand"We never agreed to the suggestion pledged he would continue his for- and Ghoneim must reconsider the eign and domestic policies. history of the Arab nation," said In a 10-minute acceptance speech Ibrahim Koleilat, leader of, the to the assembly Sadat said, "We Nasserite "anbushers" militia. still have to pluck the rest of the , Ghoneim' s declaration and the fruits of our Oct. 6 (1973) victory return to Beirut of Hassan Sabri (over Israel) first to liberate all Kholi, chief Arab League mediator, ,Arab lands." had generated hopefor progress In addition' the 57 year old toward another' cease-fire in the Egyptian leader said "We must 17-month-old war. improve .the, social welfare of all In addition, Arab League Secy.people of our' country because the Gen. Mabmoud Riad seemed to be strength of a nation depends on making headway toward convening its citizens and a country where an Arab Summit Meeting to deal with anyone is victimized cannot live." the Lebanese conflict. The number "To do this, he continued, Egypt, of countries agreeing to attend will continue thep economic liber- has risepn ton nine out ofaqou
Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, August 26, 1976
NEW $~Sortsi in brief B~bl crsfo etra
EWYORK( AP--Mickey Rivers' SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP)--The B s from yesterday t.o-out single in the 19th inning Oakland Raiders, to no one's sir- AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE this morning scored Oscar Gamble prise, including George Blandla's Milwaukee 5, Texas 1 Atlanta 5, Philadephia 1 from second base with the winning put the 48-year-old place-kicker on Kanisas 'City 2, Cleveland -l San Francisco 7, New York Mets 1
n to give the New York Yankees waivers yesterday. But the club Detroit '3, Chicago White Sox 1 Chicago Cubs 5, Houston 1 a 5-4 victory over the Minnesota hints that it may not be ready to Baltimore 9, Oakland 4 Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 0 Twins. The Twins lost a 4-0 lead quit on the old man just yet. Gene- Boston 8, California 2 Los Angeles 3, Montreal 1 when the Yankees scored three times ral managing partner Al Davis says ANew. York Yankees 5, Minnesota 4 in the fifth inning, and it was there's a possibility Blada could . ...inn.ings) zeroes fromn there on, until Rivers' play this year. He points out that~ hit. New York's first run came in though aivers were asked, no news
h sCraig Nettles' 22nd conference ,was set to
hoer.e...n Blanda's departure, Bus routes and schedule
(Ap)--Romania's Ilie Nastse de- HIGH SCHOOL EEETR
feated Australian Colin Dibley in " 7BUS #1 GRADES 7-12 GRADES 1-6 their second round match at the Corinaso 7:30 8:05 - 12:35 Tennis Week Open Tournament in (AP)--The NBA's Phoenix Suns have .Ocean View 7:33 8:10 - 12:40 South Orange, New Jersey yesterday. acquired Tom Van Arsdale from the AV 560 7:37 8:15 There was an argument- and some Buffalo Braves. .That gives Poenix Oil Point 7:40 8:18 - 12:45 pushing between the two after a set of twins. Tom's brother Dick Admin Hill 7:42 8:20 - 12:48 Nastase made a remark about Jibley's has been with the Suns since 1968. ennis ability.. BUS #2 Radio Point 8:10 - 12:40 BROOKLINE, Mass. (A.)-.Top-seed (AP)--There's a possibility that Paola Point 8:15 - '12:45 Jimmy Connors 'ra~n his winning defensive back Jake Scott may be Trailer Park 8:20 -'12:50 sak~ to 21 2matchies with a victory ~bgon bac' to"the Miami Dolp~hins. last night in the UJ.S. Pro 'Tennis Scott was traded to the Washipgton BUS~ #3 Championship in Brookline, Mass. Redskins yesterday for safety Bryant Evans Point 8:05 - 12:40 Connorsdefeated Victor Pecci of S2alter, bu"t now the e's some ques- Deer Point 8:08 - 12:45 Paraguay 6-4, 6-3 in their second tion about whether Salter will re- Mobile Point 8:12 - 12:48 round match. port>to Miami. Marine Site #1 8:15 - 12:50 a Marina Point 8:18 - 12:53 W
More teams 'withdraw from. championship< BUS #4 or BUS #5 (HIGH SCHOOL)
Granadillo Poin 7:20
Granadillo Cile 7:25
PHILAELPHA (AB -- re the Fderation Cup Tennis 'had been told leaving home only not Center Bargo .7:32 Chainpionship'in Philadelphia. 'to play the South Africans and ' West Bargo 7:35 Hungary say s joining the ' Rhodesian Caravella Point 7:40 Russans an th Czech in pulling The Hungaians therefore default otbcus of the prsne o'f in the second' round to Great Britai BUS #4 (ELEMENTARY'SCHOOL) '
which advances into the quarter.- ..Center Bargo 815 - 12:45 finals. ' '
iipino spokesmen' report tei ' The' Philippines withdrew afte BUS #5" (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL)
team is leaving a 'consolation " ''receiving word from Foreign Secy. Granadillo Point 81 24 mtch because teams from the white ''Carlos Ronl lo. No reason was giyen,' Granadillo Circle 82 25 mnorit 'atons are playing. ''but Filipino representatives at, A Hungarian team spokesman noti'- U.N~. Headquarters in New York said~ BUS #6
fied officials of the withdrawal ,Rhodesia and South Africa' are N'~ ob 'Hill 8:05 - 12:40 yeste '44y, saying the squadplayed responsible. ' East Bargo 8:15 - 12:45 4 * '. -West Bag 8:20 - 12:50
~ A __ ' " Nob,'Hill 7:20~ U ï¿½ *Villamar 1st. St. 7:25 8:15 - 12:45 F 4 Villamar 2nd. St. 7:30 'Villamar 5th. St. 7:32
Villamar 6th. St. 7:35 ' '8:20 - 12:50 Kl K1. iA Marina Point '7:38 M' arine Site #1 7:40 Allad wil e un netim oly CB 35 odprice negotiable, call
You m s submi't your 'ad each time YN2 Roberts at 85360 DWJH or 85559 BUS #8
yo ant it printed. Ads may be AWH,'GHB B-205. Villamar 5th. St. 8:10 - 12:40 sumted calling before 4 p.m. 'Villamar 2nd. St. 8:15 - 12:45 obydoppig it in one, of the '1960 Chevy,
drpbxs. Ads which discriminate Call 85743 AT.
,onth bsis of race, sex, creed, 'BUS #9
colo or natinal origin will~ not 1 956 Buick, runs, needs'work, $100. 'Villamar 4th. St.
bbacepted. 'The staff reserves the Call 97144 AT. '' Villamar Deer Care
,gt to re-write any ad lit deems ' " ''Villamar 6th. St. 8:20 - 12:20
for sale ' built in casette deck, Leslie ' BUS #10 and #11 'speaker, auo chord & other, acces- Tfurnkey 7:30 & 7:35 8:15 - 12:45 Lrge wtsuiit,' lo ng' sleeves and sories. Excellent condition. Cost 'Kittery - Enlisted 7:35 log1egs two, 'pic suit, never 'in excess of $1700, make reasonable Iquana Terrace 7:40
won 5.Call. 98192 AT'. offer.. Telescope, Towa Astronomical,
equatorial mount 4~50 pwer, w/ 'BUS #12
162 Come station wagoni. Reasonable -dcceisories', xcellent condition, ' Kittery - Enlisted 8:15 - 12:45 condto & transportation. Call $1l50 or best offer. Dual. 1009 auto Iquana Terrace '8:20 - 12:50
90192AWH.stereo turntable w/ base & cover,
Pickering cartridge, factory over- BUS #13
Sunfish. cradle, very~ good cond. ~hauled, requiires adjustment, 'service Leeward Point 7:00 $275. Call Baumm at 64251 DWH. . and parts manual included. $100.
,Delco' AM/FM, auto/truck, dash mount, KINDERGARTEN - NURSERY Begnnrsset of Spldng golf clubs 1L2V radio,, like neaw. Cost> $151,'make
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And the Democratic presiponet Jimmy Carter in November. changes in Ford'shorganization. They dential nominee vowed there would In a major shakeup yesterday, Ford got the list of changes from reportbe no embargoes on American farm dismissed Rogers C.B. Morton as his era, exports in a Carter administration. campaign committee chairman and Carter's address came at the end named Texas lawyer James Baker as Morton's successor. Baker was Ford's chief delegate-hunter at the Republican National Convention. Morton is to become head of a campaign steering committee. His responsibilities are to be announced later. Ford said he thought Morton did a fine job under difficult circumstances. Morton had accepted the post as head of the Pres. Ford Committee when Howard "Bo" Callaway resigned. Ford also called a GOP summit meeting at his Rocky Mountain vaU.S. calls for punishm PANMUNJOM, Korea (AP)--The United States pressed North Korea yesterday to punish the soldiers who killed two Americans at Panmunjom a week ago and at the same time agreed to study a North Korean proposal for physical separation of allied and Communist guards at this truce village. Some Western diplomats said the North Korean proposal, made in earlier years by the United States, could help defuse the tense situation on the Korean peninsula. Ald and Communist troops have been lert since the two U.S. Army cers were slain a week ago in a dispute over pruning a tree. The United States has beefed up its Naval and air forces in the area. Maddox seeks Independent Party nomination (UPI)--The American Independent Party yesterday held platform hearings in Chicago, where Elliott Graham said his gun organization makes the National Rifle Association look "like a liberal group." Graham, representing the American Pistol and Revolver Association, was one of several witnesses to pro-pound a conservative cause at the hearings, held in advance of the party's presidential nominating convention, starting today. Another platform witness was Armin Moths, representing a California taxpayers union. He urged prosecution of legislators who sponsor, introduce or pass legislation which violates any individual rights guaranteed by the Constitution. He also urged repeal of excise tax on telephone calls as a violation of free speech. The convention is expected to nominate a conservative ticket to challenge the Democratic and Republican contenders. Former Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox is actively seeking the party's nomination. Dole promised yesterday that Pres. Ford will grant neither blanket pardon, nor blanket amnesty nor blanket clemency for Vietnam-era draft evaders and deserters. His statement drew a standing ovation from a Seattle convention of American Legionnaires, the same convention that had booed Jimmy Carter on the same subject Tuesday. Carter voiced support for a blanket pardon, but not blanket amnesty, which the Democratic presidential nominee contended signifies approval of draft evasion. But Dole said yesterday he sees no difference between the two, and he accused Carter of confusing the issue. While campaign strategy was being worked out in the Ford camp, Carter stumped through middle America, thought to be Ford's political base, blasting the administration farm policy. ent of soldiers North Korean MajGen. Han Ju-Kyong proposed the guard separation plan during a 48-minute formal session of the Joint Allied-Communist Military Armistice Commission, number 380 since the truce was signed in 1953. The general, accompanied to the meeting by goose-stepping guards, made one of the mildest North Korean speeches ever heard here, even leaving out the label of "U.S. imperialist aggressors," always used in the past for the allied side. Han also read out a message conveyed privately last week in which North Korean ruler Kim Il-Sung termed the Aug. 18 Panmunjom clash regrettable and urged both sides to avoid such incidents in the future. U.S. RAdm. Mark P. Frudden, chief delegate of the U.S.-led United Nations Command, said Kim's statement was "a positive step" and the separation plan "may be a positive step" and would be studied. But still, he said, "Your response is unsatisfactory" because it mentioned no concrete action to make amends for the slayings. Frudden said the allies demand punishment of those responsible for the killing and orders to North Korean troops against physical contact with or obstructing the movement of allied guards at Panmunjom. The admiral also insisted on assurances of allied freedom of movement in the area, as guaranteed by the Armistice Agreement. "It is now time for you to make specific efforts. To be specific, in light of the brutal murder of the U.N. Command officers, we have called for punishment of those responsible for this action." The North Koreans did not reply. More meetings are possible in the near future. Han's proposal was that in the future North Korean guards stay north and Americans and South Koreans south of the military demarcation line that bisects Panmunjom, the conference room and the table where the two sides faced each other. A Western diplomat said the new North Korean proposal was a significant development because U.S. officials had made similar ones in 1953 and 1970. of a three-day Western campaign swing, a prelude to the formal start of his presidential election drive. In his speech at the Iowa Fair, Carter stressed his own background as a farmer. Carter attacked Nixon and Ford for imposing four major embargoes in three years. Carter told the crowd of nearly 10,000, "We farmers have paid the price." Democratic vice-presidtntial nominee Walter Mondale yesterday promised that a Democratic administration would see to it that, "the law is the same for everyone, including the big shots." Sen. Mondale's comments came in a speech at Harrisburg, Pa., apparently a reference to Pres. Ford's pardon of former Pres. Richard Nixon. Earlier yesterday, Mondale met for 30 minutes with Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. Afterward, Mondale praised Daley as "one of the truly great mayors of our time." Representatives of Ford and Carter are to meet with the League of Women Voters in Washington today to try to agree on a format for a series of campaign debates. Ford will be represented by former GOP National Chairman Dean Burch and former Deputy Atty. Gen. William Ruckelshaus. Carter will be represented by his news secretary, Jody Powell, and his television expert, Barry Jagoda. World News Digest FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP)-A University of Connecticut research team has found fatal doses df nickel in tissue samples from victims of the Legionnaires' Disease. The head of the team said last night the results tend to support the role of nickel carbonyl in the disease that killed 26 Pennsylvanians in the last month. (UPI)-Cheer spread through Pres. Ford's vacation headquarters in Colorado yesterday when a new Gallup Poll showed Jimmy Carter's popularity lead shrunk by 13 percentage points after Ford's presidential nomination last week. The latest interviews with more than 1,000 registered voters says Carter is preferred by 49 per cent, Ford by 39 per cent, and 12 per cent are undecided. MOSCOW (UPI)-Soviet prosecutors have asked court doctors to diagnose the mental and physical health of one of three Americans on trial in Moscow for smuggling heroin. The Americans have already pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle $2 million worth of heroin through Moscow on a stopover flight from Malaysia. Court sources say sentences could be pronounced as early as today. The Americans face possible 10-year sentences. U, SCENIC GITMO: MAN IN THE MOUNTAIN: He stands his watch without any gripe, imbeded in stone, forever looking out to a sea crashing against him. He has always been there, standing his silent vigil alone. In a searing sun or pounding rain he never moves, always watching. (Photo by J02 J. Arthur Riccio) School bus schedule for ew year announced Bus routes and schedules for the 1976-77 school year have been announced. They are on page 4 of today's Gazatte. -A
-lie KS / //1 \ Page 2 Today's Meeting GUANTANAMO BAY SELF DEFENSE CLUB will practice at the Child Day Care Center at 6 p.m. OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marblehead Hall. For more information call 98258 AWH. EXERCISE from 6 to 7 p.m. For .more information call Leonard 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 picno and bonko from 7 to midnight. SUNDAY PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to the 2nd grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a.m. Church of Christ will meet at McCalla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more. information call 97191, IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUE will meet at the COMO Club at 7 p.m. Games are open to all base residents. For more information call Jim Cossey at 85149AWH. COMMISSARY CLOSED ON LABOR DAY The Commissary Store is scheduled to be closed on Sept. 4, in observance of Labor Day. If the Seatrain shipment of produce arrives on Friday, as scheduled, the Commissary Store will be open for the sale of produce only from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Upon confirmation of the Seatrain arrival date wide dissemination of the Commissary Store opening and closure will be made through the POD, AFRTS, and the Gitmo Gazette. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES Base personnel of the Jewish Faith interested in participating in High Holy Day Services are requested to contact Mr. or Mrs. Gordon at 952260 or Mr. Drexl at 85848 prior to Sept. 7. FENCELINE TOUR MEETING There will be a meeting in the parking lot outside the Telephone Exchange for persons interested in taking a fenceline tour beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday. For reservation call Marine Barracks at 95479 or .95472. LITTLE THEATRE AUDITIONS The Little Theatre announces auditions for variety show 3. Needed are singers, muscians, and other talented persons. Auditions will be Sept. 3 at Morin Center at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Mike Muziko at 85717. PUERTO RICAN COOKING LESSONS The Puerto Rican Cooking Lessons have been canceled and will resume Sept. 7 from 9-11 a.m. This will be the last cooking lessons, no more will be scheduled due to transfer. For more information call 951044. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL SHORTEN The first day of schocl will be Aug. 30, and will be a half day session. Students will be picked up at the regular time. High school students, grades 7-12, will be returned home at 11:30 a.m. and elementary youngsters at 12 p.m. Only the morning session of kindergarten children will attend on Aug. 30 and only the afternoon session will attend Aug. 31 as the kindergarten teachers will be meeting with parents on alternate days. There will be no lunch bus for high school students when full day classes start Aug. 31. No children will be registered on Au&. 30 at either school. Any question regarding bus stops schedules should be directed to PWD Transportation, Mr. Roth or Mr. El1is at 85691. PIANOS FCR RENT Special Services has pianos available for rent. For more information on types and rental prices, contact the Special Services issue desk at 95393 DWH. Hours of operation: 10 a.m. -9 p.m. weekdays 8 a.m. -9 p.m. weekends NAVSTA RECREATION MEMBERS COMMITTEE MEETING There will be s meeting of NavSta recreation committee members Sept. 1, at 1:30 p.m. in the Special Services conference room. FBPO CLOSED The Fleet Branch Post Office and Postal Finance unit #1 at Leeward Point will be closed for all finance on Friday commencing at 12 p.m. This is due to a departmental picnic. The Marine Barracks Post Office will be open during the time FBPO will be closed. MARINE EXCHANGE CHRISTMAS TOYS The Marine Exchange has started to receive Christmas toys and to allow everyone the opportunity to take full advantage of their layaway program, these toys will be placed on sale Monday. Included will be games, bicycles, wheel goods, stuffed toys, books, rockers, toy chests, and a variety of pre-school toys. ALL STAR GAME The girl's softball all' star game will be played this Saturday morning (Aug. 28th) at 10:00a.m. at the Little League field. Refreshments will be available. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA NAUTICAL LANTERN NEW HOURS Effective Aug. 29, the Nautical Lantern will have new operating hours. The hours are: Sun. 10 a.m. -12 p.m. -6 -9 p.m. Mon. Closed Tue. thru Fri. 11:30 a.m. -1 p.m. Sat. 6 -9 p.m. 6 -9 p.m. CARIBBEAN ARTS & CRAFTS NEW ASTROLOGY CLASS Looking for something different in Gitmo. Come to the Caribbean Arts & Crafts workshop Sept. 13 and learn how to set up your own horoscope. Astrology classes will be starting at 1-3 p.m. every Monday afternoon for 10 weeks. For more information or to register call Kris at 90263 AWH. MENS GOLF ASSOCIATION MEETING There will be a meeting of the Mens Golf Association in the golf course lounge at 8 p.m. Aug. 31. Also at 7 p.m. there will be a chipping contest, entry fee is 50(, and a prize for the winner. All members are urged to attend and any males 18 or over that would like to join the. association are invited to attend. PACK 401 FAMILY PICNIC Pack 401 will hold a family picnic for Cub Scouts and their families, Aug. 29, at Windmill Beach starting at 3 p.m. All Scouts Mothers are asked to bring a side-dish and place setting for their families. Following the picnic Pack 401 will hold their monthly meeting at the beach. For more information call Lynda Hollingsworth at 951027. BROWNIE TROOP MEETING Brownie Troop 3 will start meeting on Sept. 2 at the Girl Scouts* hut. Girls are to ride the bus to the hut and parents should pick up the girls at 4 p.m. For more information call 98276 or 97280 AT. AFTER HOURS DENTAL WORK Beginning Sept. 1, all personnel requiring after normal working hours dental treatment will report to the emergency room at the Naval Hospital for such treatment. Emergency treatment will be available from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends and holidays. All care previously available at the Dental Clinic after normal working hours will be available at the hospital. AMATEUR RADIO NOVICE CLASS There will be a special amateur radio novice class starting Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at 1163 Center Bargo for the purpose of encouraging amateur radio in Gitmo. The class will run for six weeks and anybody interested from the ages of 8 years on up nay attend. You can call Joe Silvas at 96262 AWN or 85645 DWH. A NOTE FROM THE PRINTER Please be advised that our telephone numbers have been changed due to the installment of new base telecommunication equipment. Our newly assigned business numbers are 85196 ( Publication Management) and 85561 (Production). ADMIRAL'S CUP INFO Personnel from Admin, SRD, Port Services and Communications desiring to participate in the upcoming Admiral's Cup matches should contact LTJG Delaney at 85620 DWH or 95446 AWH. SINGLE NO-TAP TOURNAMENT There will be a Single No-Tap Tournament Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Entry fee is $4 per person and the entry deadline is 7:30 on the night of the tournament. THURSDAY NIGHT'S LADIES SCRATCH LEAGUE We have lowered our average requirement to 125, and an organizational meeting will be held i to-night at 7:30 at the WIBC hut. Any ladies interested in joining this league are urged to attend. For more information call Margie at 951074 AWH. Little Theatre announces next production By Sandra Bernstein Tryouts for Blithe Spirit, Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre's next production, will be held Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1 from 7-9 p.m. at Morin Center. The play is an hilarious farce by Noel Coward and features a cast of five women and two men. When Charles Condomine decides to hold a seance for the purpose of getting some "tricks of the trade" for his new book, little does he realize that he is indeed stirring up some high spirits -his first wife, who "passed over" seven years previously. The resulting complications involving himself, his first wife and his present wife provide some of the funniest scenes in theatrical history. The acting roles include Charles, a wry, bookish, confused, wifedominated man of 35-50; his first wife, Elvira, a high-spirited, attractive, willful, and capricious young woman of 20-35; his present wife, Ruth, a smart-looking, practical, somewhat dominating woman of 35-45; Madame Arcati, a strikingly bizarre, energetic medium aged 4565; Dr. and Mrs. Bradman, two perfectly normal middle-aged neighbors, and the mousey maid, Edith, who performs her duties at a slow gallop. The tryouts are open to any base resident, and prospective actors may come to any or all of the tryout times. Rehearsals will take place three evenings a week, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. The play is scheduled to be performed the end of October. Many, many people are still needed for backstage work, such as lights, properties, sets, sound, etc. No experience is necessary. Interested people are urged to contact the director, Sandra Bernstein, at 95152 AWH for more information or come to one of the tryout evenings. I U Guantanamo Gazette GITMO SWINGERS DANCE The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance Club will dance Saturday night at 8 in the club hall. A workshop will .be held from 7:30 to 8 p.m. For more information call Jan Lingnau at 95543. CHILDREN SWIMMING TEAM Parents of children 6-8 years old who are interested in them joining a swimming team are asked to contact Mr. Clarke at the Windjammer Swimming pool Monday and Friday anytime between 3 to 6 p.m. For registration and information or call 951179. L Community Bulletin Board a Thursday, August 26, 1976 R & R TRIPS TO JAMAICA In the past personnel have been permitted to visit Jamaica on R&R via HAC flight on 'Thursday and return on the MAC flight on Monday. while in a liberty status. Based on a recommendation by BPTO to ComNavBase it was determined this was not legal in that the period of absence exceeds the maximum length of time authorized for liberty, which is 96 hours. Therefore, in the future, personnel who go to Jamaica on R&R from Thursday to Monday will be required to take leave and must have leave papers in their possession to board the flight. Capt. David W. 5,02, Caeanding Officer LCdr. Michael Cherry.Public Affairs Officer J01 Bill Broome .Editor JO2 J. Arthur Ricci.Reporter JO3 Benny Smith.Reporter SN Clayton Scott.Reporter The G .,,s,, G-as ipsublished according to the rules, ad regulto'.ns for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NA XOS P-35 auAderat, d srs55,s os th aal Bse, public affairs officer. Printed five timesweekly at government expense on government eqimn h p .,5,s,, orls statements in ne s its.255 ficial or as re fleeting he viewsof 5,05,5.a the Department of the Nay. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES; AVERAGE CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION 1,895,000 TOTAL IN STORAGFY 17,153.000 m Jhn .nconnen colander S
Caution needed with school open For the period from Aug. 18 to today, there have been 13 accidents reported to Base Police. There were five major accidents, which involved bodily harm; seven minor accidents; and one incident. which totaled $3,302.95 in damages. Over 50 points were awarded for the accidents. Base Police would like to remind motorists that, no matter how slight the accident, they should be called. There job is to serve you and their number is 85860 anytime. As a public service, the Gazette will run in tomorrow's paper a list of "Don'ts" for safe driving in Gitmo. Remember, schools open next week. Let's all drive slowly and carefully to preserve the future of our children. Editorial Sorry Johnny, I'm too busy to be involved. I'm already a member of the club advisory board and I just don't have the time' Is this the sort of lame excuse you give to your son or daughter for not getting involved in a Gitmo activity that benefits children. Although we are aware that there are many parents and other public spirited citizens who give their free time to a local youth organization, currently the Junior Flag Football League is in dire need of volunteers. Commissioner Wayne McCown urgently needs a vice commissioner, two coaches and a manager for the concession stand. According to McCown, those positions are the bare minimum necessary to conduct a successful junior flag football season. Junior flag football registration will be held this Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in front of the Navy Exchange. Team tryouts will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. on Cooper Field. Volunteers for the vice commissioner's *ob, the two coaching positions and the managership of the concession stand will be accepted at that time. You may also call Commissioner McCown at 85620 or 85106 DWH or 951061 AWH. You say you're already involved? At least two of the members of the football commission and other volunteers do not even have children who are eligible to participate. Therefore the Gitmo Junior Flag football omission asks you to reconsider. Some members have already taken on nd combined jobs which have been separate in past years.Please take art and help Gitmo's youth. Giscard names new premier I; ACCIDENTS: The top two photos are of a vehicle which turned over on the road going up to the Gold Hill Barracks. The car hit a bank, lost the front right wheel and flipped over at 1:40 a.m. on Aug. 21. There was $400 damage and six points were awarded. The bottom two photos are of a vehicle which ran off the road and struck a pole head-on, on the road to Windmill Beach. The accident occured at 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 21. There was $400 damage and six points were awarded. PARIS (AP) --Pres. Valery Giscard D'Estaing reasserted his personal control over the French government yesterday in the face of coming leftist election challenges, accepting the resignation of his Gaullist premier and replacing him with a little known political independent. Giscard D'Estaing named as premier Raymond Barre, 52, the Minister of Foreign Trade in the outgoing government after Jacques Chirac resigned. In resigning, Chirac made clear that the president had refused to strengthen his powers in order to deal with the government's major problems, inflation, the weakened franc, unemployment and the strengthened position of the leftist opposition. It was known that Giscard D'Estaing who considers himself a reformant, had major differences with more conservative Chirac on how to deal with France's economic recovery. With the left sometimes leading the non-socialist parties in public opinion polls, Giscard D'Estaing is believed to have wanted total control of the government mechanism before nationwide municipal elections next year and Parliamentary elections in 1978. .After meeting with Giscard D'Estaing, Barre said the principal goal of the new government, which will be formed by Saturday, "will be to combat inflation and maintain the stability of our money." Inflation is running at 10.6 per cent in France. Unemployment doubled during Chirac's two years Sadat accepts 6 year nomination CAIRO (AP) --Anwar Sadat accepted the unanimous nomination of the People's Assembly for six more years in office yesterday and pledged he would continue his foreign and domestic policies. In a 10-minute acceptance speech to the assembly Sadat said, "We still have to pluck the rest of the fruits of our Oct. 6 (1973) victory (over Israel) first to liberate all Arab lands." In addition the 57 year old Egyptian leader said "We must improve the social welfare of all people of our country because the strength of a nation depends on its citizens and a country where anyone is victimized cannot live." "To do this, he continued, Egypt will continue the economic liberalization and reconstruction policies he put forward after the last war with Isreal while seeing that our armed forces remain strong like a sharp sword." Referring to Arab divisions and the current tension with Libya Sadat pledged to work for"Arab unity and rise above the maneuvering and plots of others for these are strategies of the past." in power to more than four per cent and the franc has lost 9.5 per cent of its value against the dollar since March. Commentators said that although Barre asserted "I will fully exercise the powers of my office," he would more likely serve Giscard D'Estaing as a kind of chief of staff. Chirac, an aggressive 43-year-old politician who once was a dishwasher in a Howard Johnson's during a student trip to the United States, made it clear in an exchange of letters with the president on his resignation that he wanted more power as premier than less. Barre has been a university professor, a civil servant, vice president of the Common Market Executive Commission, and a monetary advisor, notably to Gen. Charles De Gaulle. Leaders disagree over Arab League efforts BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) --Leaders of Lebanon's Civil War were locked in disagreement over new Arab League peacemaking efforts yesterday but fighting tapered off after two days of fury. Palestinian guerrilla officials and the leader of the largest Moslem militia declared they knew nothing about a proposed truce meeting announced for tomorrow by the commander of Arab League peace forces. Gen. Mohammed Hassan Ghoneim had said the meeting would discuss his plan for the Palestinian pullout from traditionally Christian mountains in return for a Syrian withdrawal into the easternmost Bekaa Valley. "We never agreed to the suggestion and Ghoneim must reconsider the history of the Arab nation," said Ibrahim Koleilat, leader of the Nasserite "ambushers" militia. Ghoneim's declaration and the return to Beirut of Hassan Sabri Kholi, chief Arab League mediator, had generated hopenifor progress toward another cease-fire in the 17-month-old war. In addition, Arab League Secy.Gen. Mahmoud Riad seemed to be making headway toward convening an Arab Summit Meeting to deal with the Lebanese conflict. The number of countries agreeing to attend has risen to nine out of a quorum of 11, Kholi said. Palestinians also have agreed to the summit. But Koleilat said it was designed only to get endorsement from other Arab countries for Syria's military intervention here on the side of the Christians. "It is the most dangerous part of the plot against Lebanon because it aims at affording a legal cover to the Syrian role," Koleilat said at a news conference. Thursday, August 26, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3
Page 4 NEW YORK (AP)--Mickey Rivers' two-out single in the 19th inning this morning scored Oscar Gamble from second base with the winning run to give the New York Yankees a 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins. The Twins lost a 4-0 lead when the Yankees scored three times in the fifth inning, and it was zeroes from there on, until Rivers' hit. New York's first run came in the second on Craig Nettles' 22nd homer. (AP)--Romania's Ilie Nastase defeated Australian Colin Dibley in their second round match at the Tennis Week Open Tournament in South Orange, New Jersey yesterday. There was an argument: and some pushing between the two after Nastase made a remark about Pibley's tennis ability. BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP)--Top-seeded Jimmy Connors ran his winning streak to 21 matches with a victory last night in the U.S. Pro Tennis Championship in Brookline, Mass. Connors defeated Victor Pecci of Paraguay 6-4, 6-3 in their second round match. Guantanamo Gazette SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP)--The Oakland Raiders, to no one' s surprise, including George Blanda's put the 48-year-old place-kicker on waivers yesterday. But the club hints that it may not be ready to quit on the old man just yet. General managing partner Al Davis says there's a possibility Blanda could play this year. He points out that though waivers were asked, no news conference was set to announce Blanda's departure. (AP)--The NBA's Phoenix Suns have acquired Tom Van Arsdale from the Buffalo Braves. That gives Phoenix a set of twins. Tom's brother Dick has been with the Suns since 1968. (AP)--There's a possibility that defensive back Jake Scott may be going back to the Miami Dolphins. Scott was traded to the Washington Redskins yesterday for safety Bryant Salter, but now there's some question about whether Salter will report to Miami. More teams withdraw from championship PHILADELPHIA (AP)--More withdrawals at the Federation Cup Tennis Championship in Philadelphia. Hungary says it is joining the Russians and the Czechs in pulling out because of the presence of Rhodesia and South Africa. Filipino spokesmen report their team is leaving a consolation match because teams from the white minority nations are playing. A Hungarian team spokesman notified officials of the withdrawal yesterday, saying the squad played All ads will be run one time only You must submit your ad each time you want it printed. Ads may be submitted by calling 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 bb accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems ,Bter-qsary. for sale Large wet suit, long sleeves and long legs, two pice suit, never worn, $55. Call 98192 AT. 1962 Comet station wagon. Reasonable condition & transportation. Call 90192 AWH. Sunfish w/ cradle, very good cond. $275. Call Baumamn at 64251 DWH. Beginners set of Spalding golf clubs $25 w/ accessories. Call 96220 AWH. Refrigerator, avocado, 12.5 cu. ft., excellent working condition, call 90251 AWH. 14' fiberglass boat, SK hull, green metal flake w/ 100hp Mercury outboard. Recently overhauled. All, ski & safety equipment, w/ trailer included. $2,400 or best offer, call 99164 AWH. Front throw reel type lawnmower w/ grass catcher. $125, call 99164 AWH. Six string Spanish guitar, king size waterbed w/ heater, 14' Boston whaler w/ bass seats & trailer, call 95305 AT. 1969 Yamaha CS-1, 180cc, needs new clutch cable and tune up, $300, call 85530 or see at CO-69. Baby playpen, brand new, never used, $30. Two pr. white sheer curtains, 104"x90", $5 per pr. Call 85367 AT. its first-round matches because it had been told leaving home only not to play the South Africans and Rhodesians. The Hungarians therefore default in the second round to Great Britain, which advances into the quarterfinals. The Philippines withdrew after receiving word from Foreign Secy. Carlos Romulo. No reason was given, but Filipino representatives at U.N. Headquarters in New York said Rhodesia and South Africa are responsible. CB 350 Honda, price negotiable, call YN2 Roberts at 85360 DWH or 85559 AWH, GHB B-205. 1960 Chevy, runs, $150 or best offer Call 85743 AT. 1956 Buick, runs, needs work, $100. Call 97144 AT. Hammond "Maverick" electronic organ, built in cassette deck, Leslie speaker, auto chord & other accessories. Excellent condition. Cost in excess of $1700, make reasonable offer. Telescope, Towa Astronomical, equatorial mount, 450 power, w/ accessories, excellent condition, $150 or best offer. Dual 1009 auto stereo turntable w/ base & cover, Pickering cartridge, factory overhauled, requires adjustment, service and parts manual included. $100. Delco AM/FM, auto/truck, dash mount, 12V radio,. like new. Cost $151, make offer. Reclining chair, vinyl embossed covering, reclines by motor, very comfortable, $100 or best offer Akai X355 stereo tape recorder, multitude of features including remote control, 7" or 10" reels, $350. Call 95377/95304 DWN or 952245 AWH. Book case, like new, four shelves, $20. Call 85401 AWH. servUes R.E. Porter to housesit from Aug. 30 through Sept. 15 or later. For references call NAV STA Personnel Officer. Beginning and intermediate Western riding lessons. Course begins Sept. 8th. Call 99152 AWH or the Family Corral at 95581 DWH. Responsible couple wishes to housesit anytime. For references call CWO Crawford at 95303 AWH or Pam at 64346 DWN. Thursday, August 26, 1976 Baseball scores from yesterday AMERICAN LEAGUE Milwaukee 5, Texas 1 Kansas City 2, Cleveland -1 Detroit 3, Chicago White Sox 1 Baltimore 9, Oakland 4 Boston 8, California 2 New York Yankees 5, Minnesota 4 (19 innings) NATIONAL LEAGUE Atlanta 5, Philadephia 1 San Francisco 7, New York Mets 1 Chicago Cubs 5, Houston 1 Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 0 Los Angeles 3, Montreal 1 Bus routes and schedule BUS #1 Corinaso Ocean View AV 560 Oil Point Admin Hill BUS #2 Radio Point Paola Point Trailer Park BUS #3 Evans Point Deer Point Mobile Point Marine Site #1 Marina Point BUS #4 or BUS #5 (HIGH SCHOOL) Granadillo Point Granadillo Circle East Bargo Center Bargo West Bargo Caravella Point BUS #4 (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) Center Bargo BUS #5 (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) Granadillo Point Granadillo Circle BUS #6 Nob Hill East Bargo West Bargo BUS #7 Nob Hill Villamar 1st. St. Villamar 2nd. St. Villamar 5th. St. Villamar 6th. St. Marina Point Marine Site #1 BUS #8 Villamar 5th. St. Villamar 2nd. St. Caravella BUS #9 Villamar 4th. St. Villamar Deer Care Villamar 6th. St. BUS #10 and #11 Turnkey Kittery -Enlisted Iquana Terrace BUS #12 Kittery -Enlisted Iquana Terrace BUS #13 Leeward Point BUS #14 Corinaso Point Ocean View Oil Point Radio and Paola Points Trailer Park Iquana Turnkey Kittery School BUS #15 Evans Point Deer Point Mobile Point Marine Site #1 Marina Point Caravella Bargo Point School BUS #16 Nob Hill Granadillo Point Granadillo Circle Villamhr Day Care Center School HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 7-12 7:30 7:33 7:37 7:40 7:42 ELEMENTARY GRADES 1-6 8:05 -12:35 8:10 -12:40 8:15 8:18 -12:45 8:20 -12:48 8:10 -12:40 8:15 -12:45 8:20 -12:50 8:05 8:08 8:12 8:15 8:18 -12:40 -12:45 -12:48 -12:50 -12:53 7:20 7:25 7:30 7:32 7:35 7:40 7: 20 7:25 7:30 7:32 7:35 7:38 7:40 7:30 & 7:35 7:35 7:40 KINDERGARTEN -NURSERY MORNING 8:05 8:08 8:12 8:16 8:20 8:24 8:30 8:35 8:40 8:10 8:13 8:15 8:18 8: 22 8: 27 8:35 8:40 8:10 8:15 8:20 8:25 8:30 8:40 8:15 -12:45 8:15 -12:45 8: 20 -12: 50 8:05 -12:40 8:15 -12:45 8:20 -12:50 8:15 -12:45 8: 20 -12: 50 8:10 -12:40 8:15 -12:45 8:30 -12:50 8:20 -12:20 8:15 -12:45 8:15 -12:45 8: 20 -12:50 7:00 AFTERNOON 11:45 11:48 11:52 11:56 12:00 12:04 12:08 12:14 12:20 11:50 11:53 11:55 11:58 12:02 12: 06 12:14 12:20 12:00 12:05 12:10 12:15 12:20 12:25 Sports in brief *1 04 OT-1 I' 11:1i I1 0
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