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Vol. 31 No. 180 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, September 17, 1976




House and Senate approve tax revision

for adjournment.
Senate approval of the tax package, a compromise tailored by negotiators fro both chambers last W orld e Digest week, came swiftly after the mea-News
sure cleared two separate votes in WASHNGTON rU-e House eti the house. Committee has postponed until next The bill continues the basic 1974 week and perhaps indefinitely any reduction in income taxes, worth action against CBS correspondent about $15 billion over all, for an- Daniel Schorr. He's the reporter other year. The cut means a say- who got a copy of a secret House reeXd S, ings of about $180 to a family of port on the CIA and gave it to a four earning $15,000. New York newspaper which published Senator Mike M 2eansfield Moreover, the package cuts or, Representative Carl Albert it. Schorr has refused to reveal .hikes taxes in hundreds of other his source and at least half the WASHINGTON (AP)--The most compre- ways, making it 'the most sweeping ted Congress probably would run committee members show. little enthuhensive tax revision in seven legislation of its type since the work past the Oct. 2 target, Den- siasm for a constitutional clash
years, including an extension .1969 Tax Reform Act. ocratic leaders vowed yesterday over freedom of. press.
through 1977 of the income tax cut, Passage of tMe tax bill produces that won't work.
as sent to Pres. Ford. late yester- a major step toward adjournment and, Speaker Carl Albert declared the FRESNO, Calif. (IJPI)--Four Fresno,, day as House and Senate leaders a chance to hit, the 'campaign trail. House would meet all night if nec-~ Calif., newsmen jailed two weeks"'ago
pressed to' meet the Oct. 2 target in earnest. Though Ford has predic- essary next' weeki "Wednesday and for refusing to reveal their sources Thursday will be killers," he said, 'go to court today in an' attempt to
Violence connected to Kissinger visit and disclosed that Senate Leader end 'their indefinite sentences. AtMike Mansfield had told him the torn for the Fresno Bee reporters JOHANNESBURaG, South Africa(AP)-- Black, colored and white lead- Senate would finish by Oct. 1 no requested the hearing in Superior
Two fire bombs were hurled into a ers here have been invited to meet matter what the House does., . Court. They say they hope to show
downtown Johannesburg department Kissinger during his two-day stop'- ,'that further jail time would not eover in South Afrca to give their For Mansfield himself, only hours succeed in forcing the newsmen to store~~ yesterday an oie lie
such attacks were planned by nil-' views on the underlying causes of of Senate .activity remained, in his reveal how the newspaper obtained
~itant blacks to coincide with the South Africa's racial upheaval. , 24 years ot service in that chain- testimony from a court-sealed grand
visit of U.S. Secy. of State Henry 'American Embassy officials de- ber. He bids, farewell to the Cap- jury transcript.
A. Kissinger. coineded to say who was in the two itol today before 'heading on a
>No on was injured in the bomb- groups invited to meet Kissinger mission to China in his last act as WASHINGTON (AP)--The "Washington
ing, te third fire bomb attack in other than to say that one con- Majority Leader, a post he has held Post" says Navy leaders are preparwhite areas of Johannesburg in less sists 'of blacks and coloreds and since 1961 and longer than 'any ing to retrieve a top-secret F-14,
than 24 hours'. 'Fire bombs were the other of 'blacks and whites. other mian. "Tomcat"' fighter that sunk in interthrown at two buses carrying black national waters this week. The jet workers in white suburbs Wednesday: Groundwork being laid for end of strike rolled off the deck of the U.S. airnight, injuring one person slight- craft carrier John F. Kennedy
ly. DETROIT (AP)--Top bargainers of Tuesday during a NATO exercise. A
"We believe, this type'of attack the United Auto Workers and Ford Navy spokesman told' the Associated
may be he first of many planned Motor Co. are holding private meet- Press he' was not' aware of plans to rerieve the pln.Acrin to 3
to coincide with, Kissinger's , ings this week to lay the ground- reivetepa..Acdngo
visi," poicespoksma sad. ork or spedyend o anaton-the Post, a Soviet cruiser was v " p c s e n iwr r se e t n ocircli'ng the area where the $14 nil"W areworried but we will take wide walkout by 170,000 workers. ,linjtsk.T1ePs'adth
all the necessary 'precautions." Officially, UAW Pres.' Leonard WNavy F-14 would yield more secrets
Kissinr is due to arrive to- Woodcock has declared a cooling-off to the Soviets if they recover the
day for talks with Prime inister period until Monday,. when formal plane than Americans expect to get
John Vorster in Pretoria, the cap- talks on a new three-year contract from their examination of the Soviet
tal, about 40 mils 'north of are expected to resum. LEONARD WO KMIG-25 flown to Japan.
hannesbur'g However, spokesmen for the union e es eOaCVThousands of black workers -and automaker confirmed yesterday The sources added the union ,must NE YOR (AP)--An explosion rocked
streamed back' into Johannesburg that the'top two' negotiators for say publicly there' would be no ser-' a Croatian church complex in New
,from the segregated black town- each side are 'in' daily contact to ious'bargaining until next 'week so, York City late last night. Police shi>p of Soweto yesterday after a get th~e stalled" talks' moving',again. as not to alienate the bargaining say the blast forced several nuns,
three-day strike to protest South 'MIeanwhile, the company said pick- committee, 'which ultimately must en- priests and other residents, to evacAfrica's acial laws that vir- eting at 102 facilities in 22 states dorse any agreement before it can uate the building. No one was retually crippled business and con- remained peaceful as the third na- be submitted for approval to the ported injured. The cause of the merce in the city. tionwidewalkout in Ford's history rank-and-file. explosion is not yet known. The
But in the coastal city of Cape wound through its second full day Woodcock said Wednesday that UAW church is the one attended by four
Town, 1,000 miles south, "color- without incident. Auto output at Vice Pres. Ken Bannon and McKenna of the Croatian nationalists who hi-eds," as persons ofmixed race are the nation's number two carmaker have been discussing "scheduling .... a TWA et l weee.
ficially called here, boycotted has been halted since midnight problems"' concerning the union's re- jake 'a TWA j
their jobs for the second day. Tuesday. duced work-time 'proposal, ,a key SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--Patricia Hearst
Police mounted heavy patrols in The union and company are sharply stumbling block in the talks. will be sentenced Sept. 24 in her
colored and black twnships in and diided over major economic The company has eeted the UAW's Sa ....... ...... .
seve...al..rejected'. ,"....- San Francisco bank robbery convic-,
around Cape Town to prevent intim- issues, and both sides have conceded demand that workers get an addition- tion. Miss Hearst was found guilty idation of workers who refused to the walkout will last at least two al 12 paid days off each year, in March but was ordered to undergo strike. About 500 armed white or three weeks. The ratification saying such a plan would hamper its psychiatric tests before final sencivilians patrolled the streets of process alone, they note, could take ability to schedule production. tencing. She could get as much as
Wellingtn, 40 miles fron Cape a week or more. 35 years in jail.
Town during he night. Most financial analysts are prePress' reports aid 16 persons dicting the walkout will not extend ' POINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe (AP)-were killed, 14 by police gunfire, beyond four weeks. They also say a VVehicles to be ticketed Another vapor explosion has been
in violence accompanying, the strike of less'than 30 days will r "eported at La Soufriere volcano on
Soweto boycott. 'Police deny they have no major impact on the company, for parking on lawns the French island 'of Guadeloupe,
shot anyone in those disturbances, the strikers or the economy. They the fourth since July, the governsay, however, the work stoppage ment has announced. At the sameEsoplChurch c could affect the economy if it goes time, the government has authorized beyond a month. NAVSTAGTMOINST 11101.10, Family the return of 1,800 Msidents to Sources close to the talks say Housing Information BookLet, Chapter two communities. More than 70,000 riesthood to w n Woodcock and his top lieutenant have VII, paragraphC, 3, states that residents were evacuated from near been meeting with Ford's number one under no circumstances will vehicles the volcano last month. AP)--The Episcopal Church has , bargainer, Sidney McKenna, and his, ' be permitted on lawn areas. This
opened its priesthood to women. The chief aide to break the logjam.' The applies to moving vans,'motorcycles, (AP)--Former Georgia Gov. Lester
decision was made in an emotional ,issues inld wages, health care, 'trailers, campers, etc., as' well as Maddox accused the national news session'of the church's 65th pensions, unemployment benefits 'for automobiles. Vehicles will receive media yesterday of "blacking out"
Trinial Governing Convention in ' laid-off' workers and a top union, tickets and' may be towed away. his campaign for the presidency.
inneapolis. demand for more paid days 'off each There have been numerous complaints Maddox, nominee of the American
e wr~abut ,00 pecatrs yea to crete new jobs. , !i] ' c oncerning!skateboards being used on Independent party, opened 'is head1 ly ~ clegy pre n ~ ties sses,"' adding teewudben swl as the opeator of a moving South Africa n Rhodesia. Abot


ecn oauhrz he dnto be ac hieved !Until then because ,:# ." of all main streets. There have (AP)--Scientists studying Mars say
fw:mn Woodeck' had :ordered: his .bargainig been instances hee the skateboard- Martian soil may contain' ife forms.
Fo nary ,O easEpsopl dmiteetogohoe to rest.and not ra wralos hit cause there The scientists got their first biolChrct dtin ha imte te , ret r uni Snay ight' 'at the :: no poitv contrl of the s:kate- o gy test results from the Viking-2


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Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Friday, September 17, 1976'

RED CROSS LEARN-TO-SWIM CLASS
The Americaned Cross is offerig The Socializers Club will hold its eiica e s offering monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 20 at an adult 'learn-to swi class beginning 8 p.m. All members are advised to . Oct. 5a.Vilamar pool. .he attend. The club is also opening Community classes wll be held each evening their doors for anyone who would from 6 to 8. A second class like to join.
will begin Oct. 18. Participants
in the first1 class may remain for
Bthe second perio if they so desire CHARMERS TO MEET There is no charge for these classes. Charmers will meet today, the Register at the Red Cross office or topic for the meeting .is proper call '95434. diction." Class 1 will start at PRICE BREAKE PRO .A 3:00 and class 2 at 4:30 to 6 p.m PRICE :BREAKER PROGRAM at 12 Radio Pt.

It has been the policy of commer- COOKING CLASS
N, cial stores to price certain items of popular merchandise at below the~ Mama Ellie's cooking class for
Today'S meeting PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER RETURNS normal markup or sell the items at men (ladies invited too) will begin cost to induce business. These Thursday at 6:30 p.m. There will iDick Aufenger of Aufenger items have been called loss leaders be five classes in all. For more OC[ALIZERS Club w- Studios, Norfolk, Va,,,will make a' in trade. The Navy Exchanges have information call Mama Ellis at 85863,
in crds, dominoes, 'rummy, royal return visit to Gitmo Sept. 24 joined the program and this system
Dicino and bonko. from 7 to midnight. through 27 'for the purpose of taking with a program called price breakers. JOB OPENINGS
SUNDAY portrat photographs. The Navy Exchange in Guantanamo will
Aufenger's visit this time last Put these specials into ef fect this A secretary is needed at Old Doyear enabled many Gitmo residents to week and will have special signs and minion Dairy. Six months general aRT theY SCHOOLta' whlol~for meet give a gift at Christmas that only posters highlightig the items af- office experience is required. Must achild- they can give -- a portrait, and fected. A second method of telling be accurate in details and figures. re rmtoyears tothe 2nd grade- a" ttsd yigaiiypeerd or
.... maro stttosto grandparents iad the if an item is a Price Breaker will Tying ability preferred. Hours third grade to adult classes will : opportunity to light up the yule- be the price. Worldwide, those are 8 a.m. until noon, Monday
meet at thehigh scho at 9:30 tide season with beautiful full co- items ending in 44� or 9. in the Navy through Friday. For more informam,. Alageswillmeet at the NAS lor portraits of their name sakes. Exchanges will be specially priced tion call 85187 or 85117
LeadPit Chapel. at 10 a .m., Gitmo residents~ a're reminded there and, part of the Price! Breaker Program.
R iwill be a $1 sitting fee for each Some examples of Price Breakers are: SCOTCH DOUBLES NO-TAP CHUCH F HRIT wllmeet at McCal- sitting. This fee will be used in
'aCael ati 9:30 a.m. For more in- the purchase price of a sale of more Polaroid SX70 Deluxe Camera There will be a Scotch Doubles
io call 97191, than $15 This fee will beconsid- $144.99 No-Tap Bowling Tournament tomorrow

~LIAT~ BIDE LIJ wll ered on ea~ch individual sitting. 108 Polacolor-2 film 4.69 peeG knwC Aufenger will be taking photos 108 Polacolor-2 (2 pack) 8.79 in right up until starting time and
ie a'teCMClbat 7 p'.m, from the 24th through 27th. The Anacin 100's 1.34 ~ the cost is $5 per couple.
Gmsaeopen to all base residents, number toicall to make ani appoint-. Bayer 100's .99 -MCU
ormore inormatio call .i.. .os.y ment is 85389. Due to the demand DINNER DANCE AT' PHIL-AM CLUB
at 85149 AWH- ~of~ the services of Aufenger for LEARN TO SEW/CROCHET A niesr inrdnewl
thIe upcoming holiday season, it is mank annieeraytinne danhe willda YARD SALES~ advisable toaca'll early. ' Beginning sewing classes will be akte ceertionda of the folAmc u nda starting Sept. 28 from 9 - Gtn dayto the PhA club coming Thrd ifllb a five family yard STEC AND SEW CLASSES 11 a.m. For more information~ call aimo t the0 club hoorouse Tcmencng s a 2r951265 AT. to the affair are available for, 9 to 1. Items include' toys, Basic Stretch and Sew cla~sses will truhteofcr raymme cl~othing, Kenmore "washing machine,~ start Sept. 29 from 9 to 11 a~m. Beginning 'crocheting classes-.will ofth ub Nhe uffiers o call membr books recods, games and muc.h'. For more information call N~ancy New- 'be starting Sept. 30 from ofcet th e ub. Numer or call9 for
mr.kirk at 98'297 AT. '9 to 11 a.m. For more information tcesae921A ~ 06 T
call 951265 AT. OPENINGS IN SHELLCRAFT CLASSES Ther willa yard sale at 369D ENCYCLOPEIIA SALES>,AT MC Kittery Beach tomorrow from 10 -2. The Caribbean Arts and Crafts
Call~~b 904ho oe nomto.Eylopedi~a Britannic saes will PACK 401 FENCE LI NE TOUR Association still has openings in' bhedat the Marine Corps Echange both 'the' morning and evening Shelle bea yard sale tomorrow through Saturday. These 'are being The Cub Scouts of Pack 401 will ' craft classes. The classes are to
at 178CBfro 102.Items will offereda a 25 to 35 pe cent dis- go on a fence line" tour Saturday. begin Sept. 20. 'The cost is $15.
inlderg, iig omchis All Cub Scouts are to meet in front To register call 96290 AT.
pai allms tereo, tw SN~ORKEL LS of the telephone exchange at 8:30
prabl TVs, couch and a 19~66 a.m. "All Cub Scouts miiust bring per- DIRECTIVE ON ORGANIZATIONS Chev ala 37 fo $600.o. Call A snork diving clas i be held mission slips to attend this outing. 952 T for more inf. on Leeward startingMonday. Late For more informationcall Lynda A new directive has been issued Hollingsworth at 951027. ' covering private organizations on T e w a yard sale tomorrow at 7 'p.m. at thae Leeward Pool. "Bring' ' base -- COMNAVBASE GTMO INSTRUCTION aGranadll circle 81A & B from a bathing suit and any snorkeling DAAE 'CAMERA SALE AT NEX '5760.1. Officials of each organiza-' 1uni.gear you may have. For further in DAAED- tion should review this directive to foartomamlayrdei Swrd all L r You may have wondered why those insure compliance therewith. One of Therewi two fmilymard Secia . or damaged cameras and projectors are' the requirements of the directive is
sale r a being sold at half price in the that each organization submit its
inth bcyard from9:30 to 'Navy Exchange camera department., organizational documents (constitu2pm.Items will include baby The reason is these items were'' tion, bylaws, etc.) to ComNavBase ,
cl , little girls dresses, SWINGERS TO SWING ON FERRY returned by. customers for full re- via the command which provides its
-mtentytps,,mn and boys long fund. Afterwards the companies support (building, electricity, water,'
sleeve srts, braided rug-and a 'The Gito Swngers Square Dance would not accept them back, since etc.), within 60 days from the date stro irf yuu'rego'ing oac .K to the club will'be doing something differ- 'they were' in the customers pass- of the directive's issuance (Sept.
statesfor te winter, come and ent onigh. TonighL sesion too long. They ate therefore 1, 1976). Any questions regarding
e o nter cthesfor the is set aside to earn badges, which being sold 'as is' for half' pric, the applicability of the directive
whol ily. may be earned bydancing on the rather 'than having them repaired may be addressed to the Staff Judge ferry at Leeward Point, then at the and selling for regular price. Advocate - 85600, 85432 or 85817. Fnl4family yard 'sale tomorrow Desal Patbfore returning to the The result is that you the 'cusfr 0- 1 . at 63C Villamr. clubhouse. llSwingers planning tamer reap the benefits of a better BOWLING MEETING

'1 'on making 'the trip... .whether they buy.
Thre wila yard~saleg this want'to earni badges or not... .are There is a repairman on base whose There will be an organizational
Snday at367C Kittery Beach from "asked' to meet at 'the clubhouse at name and phone' number may be found ' meeting for the Friday Night Specials 10 - 2 4m. There 11l be ladies 8 p .m. A workshop will be, held as in the IqEX moonlighters' file located Bowling League at 2 p .m. Sunday ci g and men's clothing. Call usual at 7:30 p.m. at the customer service desk in the at Marblehead Hall for the purpose 980 AT. Retail Store. ' of electing officers. Presently three more teams are needed. This
Er~ ~ P~A AMRICAj~AQN ALEMODELERS MEET TUESDAY is an 8-team, mixed league. Anyone E Y O D ...... ON ...... << ...... desiring to enter as a team or
':?ei iecanU.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, There will be a meeting of the 'wanting more information, call Mike TheEnycopeiaAmrianaan BSECUBA Guantanamo Bay Modeling Association Worth at 85600 or 85432 DWH or at a Booke in on sale on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at V 1227B. 85205 AWH. League bowling will e Exchange though -Club projects and business will be commence at 8:30 p.m. on the Sept.
Snaata25 to 35 per cent' diAcussed. Members are urged to 24.
s avg to base personnel. 'ao 'attend and all 'other interested
persons are cordially invited. FTG BOOK FAIR TO BE HELD C B F C L TED ptJh H. MConnel Capt David W. ' Call Ed Gumphrey at 951038 AT for I .. Boo F will be held Si. moreinformnation. ...' The FIG Boak Fair will be held No vag B- .v on Sept. 18 from 10 a.;. - 3 p.m.


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Friday, September 17, 1976 Guantanam Gazette Page 3


Ford and Carter address Italian-American Foundation

* WASHINGTON (UPI)---Pres. Ford and Pres. Ford says he'll campaign Jimmy Carter, responding to Pres.
his Democratic rival, Jimmy Carter, from a Mississippi riverboat on a Ford's opening campaign speech,
last night got a brief taste of what three-day trip beginning tomorrow yesterday said Ford has switched their coming debates may be like, through the South, home base of his to support of government social
Ford spoke at a Bicentennial oponent. Jimmy Carter. Ford's programs that Republicans have opTribute Dinner of the Italian- trip is to take hii''from Mobile to posed in the three years before
American Foundation at the Miami. He's to spend seven hours election year.
Washington Hilton Hotel, where he aboard the sternwheeler steamboat In Indianapolis, Carter called
called for a revival of ethnic Natchez-Nine. the Ford promises campaign rhetoric, neighborhoods. He also talked about 'Two days after his southern trip, saying, "No President since Herbert
the need to encourage and protect Ford is to meet Carter in Hoover has presided over a worse
individuality. Philadelphia for the first in their economic catastrophe.".
Although Carter followed Ford to series of campaign debates. Repeating his claim that Ford is
the platform, the two did not ac- Old pro Nelson Rockefeller, tray- reluctant to campaign hard for fear
tually cross paths. The former eling with Sen. Bob Dole to give his of holding his record up to scrutiny, Georgia governor received an enthus- recently-criticized campaign a Carter said, "The Republican nominee
iastic reception from the group as boost, said yesterday parts of the is finally running, but it's his he condemned discrimination in Republican platform do not reflect own record that's his major opAmerican society. Carter said it Pres. Ford's thinking. pone-nt."
was unfair that there has never been At a news conference in Rochester, "He can't undo with promises at
a Supreme Court justice of Italian N.Y., Rockefeller called the the last minute the terrible image heritage. Republican platform a compromise he and his party have done to the
As Ford left the dinner, he ran and declared, "As far as certain nation..." the Democratic presideninto two groups of demonstrators, aspects of the platform are concern- tial nominee said at a news confereach taking a side on the abortion ed, I can only speak for the ence.
issue. One group chanted "Free President, it does not reflect his HIis speech last night treated us
ie " t o thinking to the typical Republican spectacle
L iRockefeller did not spell out the of supporting programs in an elecdifferences, and the White House tion year that the Republicans have Both presidential candidates also had no immediatecomment. opposed in the other three years,"
went after the ethnic vote else- Dole said he is trying to improve Carter added.
where. After the Italian-American his campaign, criticized earlier
ner, Ford addressed a Spanish- this week.by Ford's campaign manager. 'W erican group and praised Hispanic The Kansas senator blamed part of
people. Earlier, Carter had met his problem on pressure from then
with Mexican-Americans and Greek-. White House for hasty schedule considering r of IGi-25
Americans. changes.
TOKYO (AP)--Japan is still con- States), it is natural that a necsidering whether a MIG-25 flown to essary exchange of opinions would Cnioura conference scheduled Japan by a defecting pilot will be take place from time to time."
returned to the Soviet Union, a "What is clear in our minds is government. spokesman said yester- that the examination has the sole

BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--The Arab The conference is to be attended day. purpose of clarifying the backLeague's chief mediator for by Lebanon's Pres.-elect Elias "The question of whether and when ground and nothing more," he said.
Lebanon, Hassan Sabri Kholi, indic- Sarkis, Palestinian guerrilla lead- the aircraft is to be returned will The Defense Agency was studying ated yesterday there had been a er Yasir Arafat and a "very' high- be considered after some days," the measures needed to move the airbreakthrough in his .efforts to end level special envoy from Dam ascus," foreign ministry official, Kensuke craft, he added.
the country's 17-month Civil War. he said. He was waiting to be in- Yanagiya, told a news conference.
Kholi pinned his expectations on formed of the Syrian representa- The supersonic aircraft, consida three-party Lebanese-Syrian- tives name at any minute, he ad- ered one of the most sophisticated
Palestinian conference he arranged ded. in the world, landed at Hakodate Visa
for today at the Leb'anese border He said .the conference would deal in northern Japan Sept. 6. The 'ue
town of Chtoura. with three points: fixing of the pilot,' Lt. Viktor Invonovich Cuban refuge tees
"This will be a very important date and time for a cease-fire, Belenko, was granted asylum in the
conference after intensive contacts removal of all fortifications and United States and left Japan a week
to ensure its success," he said, armed men from all war fronts, a ago. Japanese Defense Agency of- WASHINGTON (AP)--The Justice Detime-table for the implementation ficials have begun to examine the partment cut through visa rules of the 1969 Cairo Agreement be- jet. yesterday to allow all Cuban refuNew agreem ent tween Lebanon and the Palestinians. The Soviet News Agency Tass warn- gees still on immigration parole to This governs the military presence ed Japan Wednesday that its actions immediately obtain permanent residi i e P n u iom of Palestinian guerrillas in were "aggravating Soviet-Japanese dency, a step which could cut their
di i es P nm n Lebanon, restricting them to their relations" because they were' "un- path to' citzenship by years.
SEOUL "CAP) --The formerly neutral camps and certain border areas with dertaken'with the instigation and Many of 'the 66 ,000 Cuban refugees
e village of Panmunjom was offi- Israel. support of a third side" and dis- whose permanent residency applicadvce "We are working up to a very im- regarded international law. tions are pending will, in fact,

ity 'agreement went into force, portant date, Sept. 23, when Pres- "The position of the Japanese become simultaneously eligible for
the U.N. Command said, elect Elias Sarkis will take over government remains unchanged," citzenship under the waiver announThe command and North Korea ap- the presidency," Kholi said. Yanagiya said. "The incident was ced by the department.
proved the arrangement 10 days ago Pierre Gemayel, leader of the caused by the illegal entry of the The department gave no reason for
to prevent clashes like the one Aug. Phalange Party which fields the . Soviet pilot into Japan. its actions.
18 in which ax-wielding North largest Christian 'militia in the ' "The Japanese government believes The department's Office of Legal Korean guards killed two American Civil War, said he was also optim- it ig fully entitled to carry out Council ruled that Cuban refugees
officers. istic about'peace prospects. the necessary examination to clar- no longer need to compete with other
Under the agreement, military per- He stated this on his return from ify the background of the violation Western Hemisphere natives for the
sonnel of each side, including Cairo where he conferred with Pres. of Japanese air space and the forc- 120,000 permanent resident visas
armed guards, must stay on their own Anwar Sadat 'on Lebanese peace pros- ed landing." 'issued annually.
side of the military demarcation .pects. -'He denied that American experts That quota has discouraged many line that runs through the middle Sarkis was also to fly to Cairo were given access to information immigrants from 'applying for perof the 800-meter-wide true village, tomorrow, after the Chtoura confer- from the Defense Agency's examin- manent residency at all, while
Formerly,. guards from both sides ence, Kholi said. ation. those who do currently have to wait
were free to mingle throughout the Pacification efforts continued in "No foreigner is admitted to the at least 2 1/2 years.
village, which lies inside the our- 'Beirut amid recriminations and con- examination.operation," he said. The ruling not only allows the
kilometer-wide Demilitarized Zone fusion following the government re- "The examination is to be conduct- Cubans to obtain the visas .mediseparating South from North Korea shuffle by Pres. Suleiman Franjieh. ed independently," he said. "How- ately, but will include, as well, a under 1953 armistice agree . ever, on some matters which require rollback in the effective date of under g tie 3 agement specialized and technical knowledge their permanent residency to up to i it andthet,:<::r : the Defense Agency might seek such 30 months prior to their applicaPanmunjom's neutral status, journal- Lebanese fronts continued. asual-' knowledge from outside... tion. In no case, however, will the ists, workers and other civilians ties in a 24-hour period, according "Because of the existence of effective date be moved back further technically can still cross the line to hospital sources, were about 100 close relations between the two than the date the applicant was parand:mote freely in the village, the killed and 130 wounded. ' countries (Japan and the United oled into the United States.
agreement stipulates. Thla reuesnim gat't
Asked what measures' will be taken Th law re an imigrant tto isur thesecrityof eporersbe a permanent resident for five crossing into the Communist-guarded Ia m t e ev s p ry h c i years before becoming eligible to sector, a command spokesman said 'apply for citzenshipo Thanks to
they, will be required to stay south SALUSBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--Rhodesian racial integration and sticking to the rollback provision, many of the of the line. Prime Minister Ian Smith was 'given land laws that' give half the country Cubans will be able to file immediFdb- "full backing" yesterday by his rul- to the 270,000 whites and the other ately for citzenship, while others
server ta ing-all-white Rhodesian Fron' Pofty half to sM t million blac. will have the wait cut at least in
Armistice Commission has supervised to seek a constitution settlement The vote came as U S. Secy. of half.
engineers from both sides marking with the, country's blacks. State Henry A. Kissinger arrived Furthermore, the exemption for the
the demarcation line with concrete The 57-year-old Rhodesian leader in Lusaka, Zambia, on his current Cubans will lift much of the load spoke behind closed doors at the mission seeking to settle the racial from the waiting list for the perpot -pty' convention in-the 4- battlin i-n outhern' Africa. -nt !!si -I under the -venin pysca cotat etee havilyguaded eastern Rodesian Much. of Smith' s speech was report-: ular quota, which will remin at miiay esnelo h tw sde tow of ,umtli. :The 600 povncal77 edly a briefing on hs meeting 120,000 perc year. Tht means that
endd her disusios ve the deeaeste ps7 rsltin 'Tesday wi th South African Prime ' :: other Western 'Hemisphere natives giving Smitha freehand.i nego i Minister John Vorster on Kissinger's "likelyill :get their ownvisas .

Th sgnn 'f h accord�,:+. follow blacks.'' , ��, - < : : ,Kissinger �is to meet with Vorster Since� 1959, more tha 700,000
ingfiv sesios o scret tlk Bu the delegates also. mad it , in Pretoria today to discuss the Cuban refugees have been paroled bewen rmstceComisin ece ler that t here; coldb no devia- growig guerrilla war in Rhodesa< into the United States. Of that ..
taiso ohsds ease tens!ion ting fro the bsi principles:, of :,: as, well as the situation'in Sot- numer about 213,000 already are
onte oen eisua te1-ya-ldpryn ore etAfrcia 'and So�uth Aca" 7....�permaent residets.









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a e a Bracket drag racing
SpecialSe ces announce s prce increase at Oceanview

Editor's note: The following is no later than Sept. 24. Those per- Byer oiHll rce rgrcn
the last in a series of articles sonnel currently leasing a horse a There wi be bracket drag racing at Oceanview this Sunday Inspectby the Special Services Officer. who wish to convert to co-leasing in n ie rasbgna 13 should dos pirOoOc.1 ions and time trials begin at 11:30 should do so prior to Oct. 1 . a.m.. Competition starts at 1:30 p.m.
n epingR Pro tdThe Racing Association will host
cne pn tit thslfsffcenc aSnd as am sp ed ce
cet .. sc ad aa performer clinic at the track
previous publications, tomorrow starting at 2:30 p.m.
Special ervices by M artin Beginning last racing day, the atvtewiliceseprices BASEBALL SCORES FROM YESTERDAY club started a quarterly point effective Oct. 1, 17 Editor's note: The following is system. Under this system, partipredictions for Sunday's pro AMERICAN LEAGUE cipants will receive 250 points for w Prices football games by UPI broadcast Kansas City 2, California 0 bracket winner, and 250 for top Bo'wling ~ $.4'5. sports editor Wally Martin: Minnesota 4, Oakland 0 eliminator. Bot slip rental '$15.00 Texas 5, Chicago 4 For specials, such as last race 'ding of g of horses- $70.00 Redskins over Seahawks New York and Cleveland(postponed were given to Silver Cup winner Cowboys over Saints with rain) Brian Abel of VC-10. Examples: Those personnell currently renting Bills over Oilers Brian Abel has 1000 points, Rich a boat slp, leasing a horse, or Chargers over Buccaneers NATIONAL LEAGUE Kennard 750, Carry Synder 250. For boarding a horse will be billed Raiders over Chiefs Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 6 more information on the point for the new rate for themnofih of Vikings over Rams New York 4, St. Louis 1 system and the big trophy to be 'October. Thosewishing to-terminate Steelers over Browns Montreal 4, Chicago 3 presented in December, contact a current ent should notify Colts over Bengals Atlanta 5, Houston 3 TMC Vogel at '99221 or SK1 Hall Special Se e of thir intent Cardinals over Packers Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles 2 at 90252. See you Sunday at Dolphins over Patriots, Oceanview. Marine Barracks Will Lions over Falcons
pistol. match GiantsovrEJunior Flag Football season begins


istol match was held last Sat- The Junior Flag Football 1976 season is scheduled to bin tomorrow a
udayat the base pistol range. 14:30 p.m. Besides football, there will be cheerleaders and our f it Th ne barracks team won the J f j snacks at the concession stand. y.a..rt m t 'iwit'h a total of 2008-29X. SP o t n b ifThe first game between the Lions and the Colts will start a 5, with
were followed by VC-10 with the second game between the Red Devils and the Dolphins beginning 15 a 1997-25X score and Naval Station ATLANTA (AP)--Betty Stove of the minutes after the completion of the first game. White cane in third with 1981-25X. Netherlands upset tournament The 'team'fr'om FTG finished fourth favorite Martina'Navratilova 6-1, Date 1s t ame 2nd game with 1845-12X and the Marine- ar- 3-6, 6-3 yesterday in Atlanta in Sept. 25 '"Red Devils/Lions Dolphins/Colts racks 'GB' team finished in lagt the quarter-finals of' the Women's Oct. 2 Dolphins/Lions Colts/Red Devils Oct.'i : 9 Red: Devils/Dolphins :Colts/lions �i:~: place for the meet with 1661-7X.~ National Indoor Tennis Champion- Ot e eisDlhn ot/in Another match is scheduled for ships. Miss Stove, Holland's 'to'p Oct. 16 Colts/Dolphins~ Lions/Red Devils tomorrow morning at 9:00 land all woman player, displayed a strong Oct. 23 Colts/Red Devils Lions/Dolphins spectators are invited to cme ' serve and volley game in defeating Oct. 30 Lions/Colts ed Devils/Dolphins by the base pistol range and watch MissNavatilova, a def..ector from Nov. 6 Red Devils/Lions Dolphins/Colts the competition. Czechoslavakia to the U.S. last Nov. 13 ' Dolphins/Colts' Lions/Red Devils year.Nov. 27 ' All Star Game
All1 star teams will be matched with the first and fourth place teams against the second and third place teams unless one team in the league goes undefeated. In this case the undefeated team will place an all-star team comprised of the remaining teams.



All, ads will be runi on~e time only, Child's drumn set, like new, complete, 'Job Opportunities
You must submit 'your ad each time $7; Solid State record player, $2O. Apliaon shudbsbmte t'teCnoiaedCvia'Prne'
you want it printed., Ads may be ' Call 96198 AT. 'AppOicaythonsin udae' indicted. If ih Cnsffidaiet applian hesne ' submitted by callrdng before 4 p.m.ofiebth clsndaeidct .Ifnufcetapiatsav
or by dropping it finne'of thie filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position ,dropbhdiscriminate 1967 Chevy I aSports Coup, runs isfilled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtaindope ba.c Af , good,' $500; amid-October ed at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing vacancy
colo ~o r national origin wiLll not 'Call 96167 after 6 p.m. or 952205 ,announcements posted of official bulletin 'boards.
"b e etd. The staffE reserves the AT. Two light blue living room ANONCMN POITO 'NRDESLR CLOSING DATE COMMA*right to re-wr'ite any ad it deems chairs'in~ good condition, velvet, -NQJCMN POIINADGAESLR _____ 0 A
necessary. $50 each; one 24',000 air conditioner
$5.10-725-76 Telephone Mechanic, 8 6.43 ph 13 Sept. 76 PWD for -sale $5.WG-11 (2 positions) Sailboat with cradle, $225 firm. 10-535-76 Cable$ Splicer, WG-1 $ 6.18 ph ' OPEN PWD
CllBaumann at6251 DWH. 15-039-76. Equipment Mechanic, $ 6.18 ph OPEN SRD.
.Black & Decker 2-sp'eed' sabre saw, 6 " WG-10o'
'231 'Zenith B' & W TV console, 'has 'new blades and case, $20; medium 35-024-76 Employd Development $16266 pa 15 Nov. 76 CCPO
picture, but needswork, $25; 3 size motorcycle helmet, $8; 2 Shelby ' Spec., GS-1
'pair women's shoes, 'size '10, $5 ea. 500 aluminum slot-style wheels, 14-6, 10-763-76 Mainteniance! Representa- $11046 pa' OPEN PWD
Call 952275 AT. ' 'ts most 'Chrysler products, chrome tive, GS-7
lug nuts, $40;~ electronic tachome-' 05-003-76 'Electronic Technician, $16255 pa OPEN PAO Fedders 10,500 1RTU air conditioner, ter for 12 volt car,. 4-6-8 cylinders, GS-11
$85; Fedders 5,000 BTU air condi- $10. Call Ed, 9510328 AT.
ioner, $35; airline animal cage, Applications will be accepted for the following 'permanent registers:
medium size, $15. Call 951036 AWE.
10-308-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 $6296pa OPEN'
1967 Ford Galaxie '4-door, v8. P'S, 1966 Chevy' Ip ala, runs good, $600 20-015-75 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 $72pa OPEN AdT, dependable transportation, $400. or best offer. Call 952205 AT. 30-037-75 Accounts Maint. Clk., $7102pa OPEN
Cal97191 A. GS-3
Expandaway buffet, dining table 45-085-75 Store Worker, (Int, O OPEN 'Electric pressure cooker,"never used, with eight chairs, $350. May be WG-4
$30; small pit carrier, '$15; icro- seen at 276 DVillamar, 6th street, 94-001-75 ' Library Aid, (Int.), $6296pa OPEN
scope w/slides, $10; assorted sheet ' GS-2
music for piano, some beginners
books, all purchased in the states. Assorted 8-track tapes, $3 ea.; 4
Call 951146 after 7 p.m1. Realistic speakers, $300; pick-up B T' lg t S h d l truck for hauling service. Call ' B T .' lg t S h d l
Sears 2-ton hydraulic hand ~Jack, 85443 AWH or 95569 DWH. '' DAY/ ARRIVALS DEPARTURES
'brand new, '$12.' Call ,99146' 'AT. "DATE FROM ETA A/C 'FLT TO ''ETD A/C FLT

Panasonic receiver and 4-channel wanted Sat.
8-track w/4 Panasonic speakers and I Sept. 18 'JAX '1600 C118 LOGISTIC
BSR turntable, $175. Call 95575' Electric typewriter to rent for at Sun'
DWE or 90181 AWE. least a month. Rate is negotiable. Sept. 19 NOEF 1645 C141 ABA0475
Call 90220 AT. Mn. OPALOCKA 0800 _C131 LEGAL 1967 Oldsmobile, good~ running con- Gitmo boas, $5 ea. Call 85367 AWE. Sept. 20 NORF 1320' C141 'AQA0471 RSY!RDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 dition, /,PB recliner and 'KING 1745 C141 AQA0472 KING 1435 C141 A0471
reclIi n P-ro 2' tablp lamps; B&W A'- getebxtand--11ekod Te OE1 C141, AA




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Tide, Sun, Temp. High tide.3:36pm Low td--0:03pm Swt'~e --d:49am Su~e~t ---7:02pm Hitgh ---91 Low--75 u~~llf A.TILA,, P R F,) 2t t Weather Forecast Partly cloudy with thunder showers. Winds SE 8-14 kts. Bay condition 2-4 ft. Vol. 31 No. 180 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, September 17, 1976 House and Senate approve tax revision Senator Mike Mansfield WASHINGTON (AP)--The most comprehensive tax revision in seven years, including an extension through 1977 of the income tax cut, eas sent to Pres. Ford late yesterday as House and Senate leaders pressed to meet the Oct. 2 target JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP)-Two fire bombs were hurled into a downtown Johannesburg department store yesterday and police claimed such attacks were planned by militant blacks to coincide with the visit of U.S. Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger. No one was injured in the bombing, the third fire bomb attack in white areas of Johannesburg in less than 24 hours. Fire bombs were thrown at two buses carrying black workers in white suburbs Wednesday night, injuring one person slightly. "We believe this type of attack may be the first of many planned to coincide with Kissinger's visit," a police spokesman said. "We are worried but we will take all the necessary precautions." Kissinger is due to arrive today for talks with Prime Minister John Vorster in Pretoria, the captal, about 40 miles north of ohannesburg. Thousands of black workers streamed back into Johannesburg from the segregated black township of Soweto yesterday after a three-day strike to protest South Africa's racial laws that virtually crippled business and commerce in the city. But in the coastal city of Cape Town, 1,000 miles south, "coloreds," as persons of mixed race are officially called here, boycotted their jobs for the second day. Police mounted heavy patrols in colored and black townships in and around Cape Town to prevent intimidation of workers who refused to strike. About 500 armed white civilians patrolled the streets of Wellingttn, 40 miles from Cape Town during the night. Press reports said 16 persons were killed, 14 by police gunfire, in violence accompanying the Soweto boycott. Police deny they shot anyone in those disturbances. Episcopal Church opens priesthood to women (AP)--The Episcopal Church has opened its priesthood to women. The decision was made in an emotional session of the church's 65th Triennial Governing Convention in Minneapolis. There were about 3,000 spectators on hand as the debate raged on. It lasted four hours. Then the 912 lay and clergy representatives in the House of Deputies voted by a narrow margin of slightly over 50 per cent to authorize the ordination of women. For nearly 2,000 years, Episcopal Church tradition has limited the priestly role to males. for adjournment. Senate approval of the tax package, a compromise tailored by negotiators fror both chambers last week, came swiftly after the measure cleared two separate votes in the house. The bill continues the basic 1974 reduction in income taxes, worth about $15 billion over all, for another year. The cut means a savings of about $180 to a family of four earning $15,000. Moreover, the package cuts or hikes taxes in hundreds of other ways, making it the most sweeping legislation of its type since the 1969 Tax Reform Act. Passage of the tax bill produces a major step toward adjournment and a chance to hit the campaign trail in earnest. Though Ford has predicBlack, colored and white leaders here have been invited to meet Kissinger during his two-day stopover in South Africa to give their views on the underlying causes of South Africa's racial upheaval. American Embassy officials declined to say who was in the two groups invited to meet Kissinger other than to say that one consists of blacks and coloreds and the other of blacks and whites. Representative Carl Albert ted Congress probably would run work past the Oct. 2 target, Democratic leaders vowed yesterday that won't work. Speaker Carl Albert declared the House would meet all night if necessary next week "Wednesday and Thursday will be killers," he said, and disclosed that Senate Leader Mike Mansfield had told him the Senate would finish by Oct. 1 no matter what the House does. For Mansfield himself, only hours of Senate activity remained in his 24 years or service in that chamber. He bids farewell to the Capitol today before heading on a mission to China in his last act as Majority Leader, a post he has held since 1961 and longer than any other man. Groundwork being laid for end of strike DETROIT (AP)--Top bargainers of the United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Co. are holding private meetings this week to lay the groundwork for a speedy end to a nationwide walkout by 170,000 workers. Officially, UAW Pres. Leonard Woodcock has declared a cooling-off period until Monday, when formal talks on a new three-year contract are expected to resume. However, spokesmen for the union and automaker confirmed yesterday that the top two negotiators for each side are in daily contact to get the stalled talks moving again. Meanwhile, the company said picketing at 102 facilities in 22 states remained peaceful as the third nationwide walkout in Ford's history wound through its second full day without incident. Auto output at the nation's number two carmaker has been halted since midnight Tuesday. The union and company are sharply divided over several major economic issues, and both sides have conceded the walkout will last at least two or three weeks. The ratification process alone, they note, could take a week or more. Most financial analysts are predicting the walkout will not extend beyond four weeks. They also say a strike of less than 30 days will have no major impact on the company, the strikers or the economy. They say, however, the work stoppage could affect the economy if it goes beyond a month. Sources close to the talks say Woodcock and his top lieutenant have been meeting with Ford's number one bargainer, Sidney McKenna, and his chief aide to break the logjam. The issues include wages, health care, pensions, unemployment benefits for laid-off workers and a top union demand for more paid days off each year to create new jobs. A union spokesman described the discussions as "a probing of the issues," adding there would be no serious bargaining until next week. He said no meaningful progress could be achieved until then because Woodcock had ordered his bargaining committee to go home to rest and not return until Sunday night at the earliest. The sources added the union must say publicly there would be no serious bargaining until next week so as not to alienate the bargaining committee, which ultimately must endorse any agreement before it can be submitted for approval to the rank-and-file. Woodcock said Wednesday that UAW Vice Pres. Ken Bannon and McKenna have been discussing "scheduling problems" concerning the union's reduced work-time proposal, a key stumbling block in the talks. The company has rejected the UAW's demand that workers get an additional 12 paid days off each year, saying such a plan would hamper its ability to schedule production. Vehicles to be ticketed for parking on lawns NAVSTAGTMOINST 11101.10, Family Housing Information Booklet, Chapter VII, paragraph C, 3, states that under no circumstances will vehicles be permitted on lawn areas. This applies to moving vans, motorcycles, trailers, campers, etc., as well as automobiles. Vehicles will receive tickets and may be towed away. There have been numerous complaints concerning skateboards being used on Gitmo's main streets. For the safety of the skateboarder as well as the operator of a moving vehicle, the Provost Marshal requests the skateboarders stay clear of all main streets. There have been instances where the skateboarders were almost hit because there is no positive control of the skateboards. World News Digest WASHINGTON (UPI)--The House Ethics Committee has postponed until next week and perhaps indefinitely any action against CBS correspondent Daniel Schorr. He's the reporter who got a copy of a secret House report on the CIA and gave it to a New York newspaper which published it. Schorr has refused to reveal his source and at least half the committee members show little enthusiasm for a constitutional clash over freedom of press. FRESNO, Calif. (UPI)--Four Fresno, Calif., newsmen jailed two weeks ago for refusing to reveal their sources go to court today in an attempt to end their indefinite sentences. Attorneys for the Fresno Bee reporters requested the hearing in Superior Court. They say they hope to show that further jail time would not succeed in forcing the newsmen to reveal how the newspaper obtained testimony from a court-sealed grand jury transcript. WASHINGTON (AP)--The "Washington Post" says Navy leaders are preparing to retrieve a top-secret F-14 "Tomcat" fighter that sunk in international waters this week. The jet rolled off the deck of the U.S. aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy Tuesday during a NATO exercise. A Navy spokesman told the Associated Press he was not aware of plans to retrieve the plane. According to the Post, a Soviet cruiser was circling the area where the $14 million jet sank. The Post said the Navy F-14 would yield more secrets to the Soviets if they recover the plane than Americans expect to get from their examination of the Soviet MIG-25 flown to Japan. NEW YORK (AP)--An explosion rocked a Croatian church complex in New York City late last night. Police say the blast forced several nuns, priests and other residents to evacuate the building. No one was reported injured. The cause of the explosion is not yet known. The church is the one attended by four of the Croatian nationalists who hijacked a TWA jet last weekend. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--Patricia Hearst will be sentenced Sept. 24 in her San Francisco bank robbery conviction. Miss Hearst was found guilty in March but was ordered to undergo psychiatric tests before final sentencing. She could get as much as 35 years in jail. POINTE-A-PITRE, Guadeloupe (AP)-Another vapor explosion has been reported at La Soufriere volcano on the French island of Guadeloupe, the fourth since July, the government has announced. At the sametime, the government has authorized the return of 1,800 residents to two communities. More than 70,000 residents were evacuated from near the volcano last month. (AP)--Former Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox accused the national news media yesterday of "blacking out" his campaign for the presidency. Maddox, nominee of the American Independent party, opened his headquarters in Atlanta yesterday. He expressed support for white rule in South Africa and Rhodesia. About 25 supporters waved signs. (AP)--Scientists studying Mars say Martian soil may contain life forms. The scientists got their first biology test results from the Viking-2 lander yesterday. Violence connected to Kissinger visit

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Friday, September 17, 1976 1 Today's meeting The SOCIALIZERS Club will be playing cards, dominoes, rummy, royal picino and bonko from 7 to midnight. SUNDAY PROTESTANT SUNIIAY 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 McCal'1a Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191, TGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB will meet at the COM'O Club at 7 p.m, Games are open to all base residents. For more information call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. YARD SALES There will be a five family yard sale at 372 Kittery Beach tomorrow form 9 to 1. Items include toys, clothing, Kenmore washing machine, books, records, games and much more. There will a yard sale at 369D Kittery Beach tomorrow from 10 -2. Call 90148 for more information. There will be a yard sale tomorrow at 1178 CB from 10-2. Items will include rugs, living room chairs, patio table, lamps, stereo, two portable TV's, couch and a 1966 Chevy Impala 327 for $600.00. Call 952205 AT for more information. There will be a yard sale tomorrow at Granadillo Circle 81A & B from 11 until. There will be a two family yard sale tomorrow, at 701D Villamar in the back yard from 9:30 to 2 p.m. Items will include baby clothes, little girls dresses, maternity tops, men and boys long sleeve shirts, braided rug and a stereo. If you re going ack to the states for the winter, come and save on winter clothes for the whole family. Final 4 family yard sale tomorrow from 10 -1 p.m. at 263C Villamr. There will a yard sale this Sunday at 367C Kittery Beach from 10 -2 p.m. There will be ladies clothing and men's clothing. Call 98109 AT. ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA ON SALE The Encyclopedia Americana and *lNew Book of Knowledge in on sale aL the navy Exchange through Sunday at a 25 to 35 per cent savings to base personnel. CLUB OFFICERS ELECTED The Gitmo Coin Club members held a conference on Sept. 6, and the following members were elected for office: Ed Kindley was elected president of the club, Carl Harvey vice-president, Dave Swallow treasure. The club meets every Monday at 7:30 p.m. except the second Monday of the month. For more information on the club, call Ed Kindley at 97283 or Carl Harvey at 952243. PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER RETURNS Dick Aufenger of Aufenger Studios, Norfolk, Va,,, will makea return visit to Gitmo Sept. 24 through 27 for the purpose of taking portrait photographs. Aufenger's visit this time last year enabled many Gitmo residents to give a gift at Christmas that only they can give -a portrait, and many stateside grandparents 1hadI the opportunity to light up the yuletide season with beautiful full color portraits of their name sakes. Gitmo residents are reminded there will be a $10 sitting fee for each sitting. This fee will be used in the purchase price of a sale of more than $15. This fee will be considered on each individual sitting. Aufenger will be taking photos from the 24th through 27th. The number to call to make an appointment is 85389. Due to the demand of the services of Aufenger for the upcoming holiday season, it is advisable to call early. STRETCH AND SEW CLASSES Basic Stretch and Sew classes will start Sept. 29 from 9 to 11 a.m. For more information call Nancy Newkirk at 98297 AT. ENCYCLOPEDIA SALES AT MCX Encyclopedia Britannica sales will be held at the Marine Corps Exchange through Saturday. These are being offered at a 25 to 35 per cent disSNORKEL CLASS A snorkel diving class will be held on Leeward starting Monday. Late registration and classes will bdgin at 7 p.m. at the Leeward Pool. Bring a bathing suit and any snorkeling gear you may have. For further information call Howard at Leeward Special Services or call 951191 or 99205 AW-BSWINGERS TO SWING ON FERRY The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance club will be doing something different tonight. TonighL is set aside to earn badges, which may be earned by dancing on the ferry at Leeward Point, then at the Desal Plant before returning to the clubhouse. All Swingers planning on making the trip.whether they want to earn badges or not.are asked to meet at the clubhouse at 8 p.m. A workshop will be held as usual at 7:30 p.m. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA *iazttt apt.John B. McConnell Capt. David B. DeCook c ander Coanding Officer LCdr. Michael Chery.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Bill Brome. Editor Y B2 Mike Soft. ..Reporter JO3 Benny Smith.Reporter JO3 Roy Griggs.Reporter SNBClayton Scott. Reporter The B :anamOBBSSOOGBB Spublished aording to the -ls ad regulations for ship ad station newspaper o the Nava Base publicaffairsBfficer. Printed five times weekly at governmentex pense on gsoenment equipment, the opinionsorsaent in ew iem that appear herein are not to beconstued as official or as reflecting th ieo f ComBP Bs o ,the DepartBP of th Navy. RED CROSS LEARN-TO-SWIM CLASS SOCIALIZERS MEETING 9 The Socializers Club will hold its The American Red Cross is offering monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 20 at an adult learn-to swimclass beginning onm. All memes are-adised to Community Bulletin Board a Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette LOct. 5 at Villamar pool. The classestwill be held each evening t from 6 to 8. A second class will begin Oct. 18., Participants in the first class may remain for the second period if they so desire. There is no charge for these classes. Register at the Red ross office or call 95434. PRICE BREAKER PROGRAM It has been the policy of commercial stores to price certain items of popular merchandise at below the normal markup or sell the items at cost to induce business. These items have been called loss leaders in trade. The Navy Exchanges have joined the program and this system with a program called price breakers. The Navy Exchange in Guantanamo will put these specials into effect this week and will have special signs and posters highlighting the items affected. A second method of telling if an item is a Price Breaker will be the price. Worldwide, those items ending in 40 or 9G in the Navy Exchanges will be specially priced and part of the Price Breaker Program Some examples of Price Breakers are: Polaroid SX70 Deluxe Camera $144.99 108 Polacolor-2 film 4.69 108 Polacolor-2 (2 pack) 8.79 Anacin 100's 1.34 Bayer 100's .99 LEARN TO SEW/CROCHET Beginning sewing classes will be starting -Sept. 28 from 9 11 a.m. For more information call 951265 AT. Beginning crocheting classes will be starting Sept. 30 from 9 to 11 a.m. For more information call 951265 AT. PACK 4101 FENCE LINE TOUR The Cub Scouts of Pack 401 will go on a fence line tour Saturday. All Cub Scouts are to meet in front of the telephone exchange at 8:30 a.m. All Cub Scouts must bring permission slips to attend this outing. For more information call Lynda Hollingsworth at 951027. DAMAGED CAMERA SALE AT NEX You may have wondered why those damaged cameras and projectors are being sold at half price in the Navy Exchange camera department. The reason is these items were returned by customers for full refund. Afterwards the companies would not accept them back, since they were in the customers posssesion too long. They are therefore being sold 'as is' for half price, rather than having them repaired and selling for regular price. The result is that you the customer reap the benefits of a better buy. There is a repairman on base whose name and phone number may be found in the NEX moonlighters file located at the customer service desk in the Retail Store. MODELERS MEET TUESDAY There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay Modeling Association on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at VL 1227B. Club projects and business will be discussed. Members are urged to attend and all other interested persons are cordially invited. Call Ed Gumphrey at 951038 AT for more information. ICE CREAM SALE If you don't like home made ice cream, don't read any further. But if you do, you will want to be in front of the Navy Exchange Sept. 18 at 11 a.m. The Protestant Women of the Chapel will be selling some unusual flavors of homemade ice cream. 11-attend. The club is also opening their doors for anyone who would like to join. CHARMERS TO MEET Charmers will meet today, the topic for the meeting is 'proper diction." Class 1 will start at 3:00 and class 2 at 4:30 to 6 p.m at 12 Radio Pt. COOKING CLASS Mama Ellie's cooking class for men (ladies invited too) will begin Thursday at 6:30 p.m. There will be five classes in all. For more information call Mama Ellie at 85863. JOB OPENINGS A secretary is needed at Old Dominion Dairy. Six months general office experience is required. Must be accurate in details and figures. Typing ability preferred. Hours are 8 a.m. until noon, Monday through Friday. For more information call 85187 or 85117 .& SCOTCH DOUBLES NO-TAP There will be a Scotch Doubles No-Tap Bowling Tournament tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. You may check in right up until starting time and the cost is $5 per couple. DINNER DANCE AT PHIL-AM CLUB An anniversary dinner dance will mark the celebration of the foundation day of the Phil-Am club in Gitmo at the club house commencing at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets to the affair are available through the officers or any member of the club. Numbers to call for tickets are 96241 AT or 90169 AT. OPENINGS IN SHELLCRAFT CLASSES The Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association still has openings in both the morning and evening Shellcraft classes. The classes are to begin Sept. 20. The cost is $15. To register call 96290 AT. DIRECTIVE ON ORGANIZATIONS A new directive has been issued covering private organizations on base -COMNAVBASE GTMO INSTRUCTION 5760.1. Officials of each organization should review this directive to insure compliance therewith. One of the requirements of the directive is that each organization submit its organizational documents (constitution, bylaws, etc.) to ComNavBase, via the command which provides its support (building, electricity, water, etc.), within 60 days from the date of the directive's issuance (Sept. 1, 1976). Any questions regarding the applicability of the directive may be addressed to the Staff Judge Advocate -85600, 85432 or 85817. BOWLING MEETING There will be an organizational meeting for the Friday Night Specials Bowling League at 2 p.m. Sunday at Marblehead Hall for the purpose of electing officers. Presently three more teams are needed. This is an 8-team, mixed league. Anyone desiring to enter as a team or wanting more information, call Mike Worth at 85600 or 85432 DWH or at 85205 AWH. League bowling will commence at 8:30 p.m. on the Sept. 24. FTG BOOK FAIR TO BE HELD The FTC Book Fair will be held on Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. -3 p.m. in 'Tront of the library. This. book fair is for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURE" AVERAGE CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,452,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 16,388,000

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Ford and Carter address Italian-American Foundation .WASHINGTON (UPI)--Pres. Ford and his Democratic rival, Jimmy Carter, last night got a brief taste of what their coming debates may be like. Ford spoke at a Bicentennial Tribute Dinner of the ItalianAmerican Foundation at the Washington Hilton Hotel, where he called for a revival of ethnic neighborhoods. He also talked about the need to encourage and protect individuality. Although Carter followed Ford to the platform, the two did not actually cross paths. The former Georgia governor received an enthusiastic reception from the group as he condemned discrimination in American society. Carter said it was unfair that there has never been a Supreme Court justice of Italian heritage. As Ford left the dinner, he ran into two groups of demonstrators, each taking a side on the abortion issue. One group chanted "Free choice" and the other shouted "Life Life Life." Both presidential candidates also went after the ethnic vote elsewhere. After the Italian-American inner, Ford addressed a Spanisherican group and praised Hispanic people. Earlier, Carter had met with Mexican-Americans and GreekAmericans. Pres. Ford says he'll campaign from a Mississippi riverboat on a three-day trip beginning tomorrow through the South, home base of his onponent. Jimmy Carter. Ford's trip is to take him from Mobile to Miami. He's to spend seven hours aboard the sternwheeler steamboat Natchez-Nine. 'Two days after his southern trip, Ford is to meet Carter in Philadelphia for the first in their series of campaign debates. Old pro Nelson Rockefeller, traveling with Sen. Bob Dole to give his recently-criticized campaign a boost, said yesterday parts of the Republican platform do not reflect Pres. Ford's thinking. At a news conference in Rochester, N.Y., Rockefeller called the Republican platform a compromise and declared, "As far as certain aspects of the platform are concerned, I can only speak for the President, it does not reflect his thinking." Rockefeller did not spell out the differences, and the White House had no immediate comment. Dole said he is trying to improve his campaign, criticized earlier this week by Ford's campaign manager. The Kansas senator blamed part of his problem on pressure from the White House for hasty schedule changes. Chtoura conference scheduled BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--The Arab League's chief mediator for Lebanon, Hassan Sabri Kholi, indicated yesterday there had been a breakthrough in his efforts to end the country's 17-month Civil War. Kholi pinned his expectations on a three-party Lebanese-SyrianPalestinian conference he arranged for today at the Lebanese border town of Chtoura. "This will be a very important conference after intensive contacts to ensure its success," he said. New agreement divides Panmunjom SEOUL (AP)--The formerly neutral uce village of Panmunjom was offilly divided yesterday as a new purity agreement went into force, the U.N. Command said. The command and North Korea approved the arrangement 10 days ago to prevent clashes like the one Aug. 18 in which ax-wielding North Korean guards killed two American officers. Under the agreement, military personnel of each side, including armed guards, must stay on their own side of the military demarcation line that runs through the middle of the 800-meter-wide true village. Formerly, guards from both sides were free to mingle throughout the village, which lies inside the fourkilometer-wide Demilitarized Zone separating South from North Korea under thfe 1953 armistice agreement. Although the new arrangement ends Panmunjom's neutral status, journalists, workers and other civilians technically can still cross the line and moVe freely in the village, the agreement stipulates. Asked what measures will be taken to insure the security of reporters crossing into the Communist-guarded sector, a command spokesman said they' will be required to stay south of the line. For the last 10 days, a joint observer team of the Military I Armistice Commission has supervised engineers from both sides marking the demarcation line with concrete posts. The new arrangement aimed at preventing physical contact between military personnel of the two sides ended their discussions over the fatal clash last month. The signing of the accord, following five sessions of secret talks between Armistice Commission secretaries of both sides, eased tension on the Korean peninsula. The conference is to be attended by Lebanon's Pres.-elect Elias Sarkis, Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat and a "very highlevel special envoy from Damascus," he said. He was waiting to be informed of the Syrian representative's name at any minute, he added. He said the conference would deal with three points: fixing of the date and time for a cease-fire, removal of all fortifications and armed men from all war fronts, a time-table for the implementation of the 1969 Cairo Agreement between Lebanon and the Palestinians. This governs the military presence of Palestinian guerrillas in Lebanon, restricting them to their camps and certain border areas with Israel. "We are working up to a very important date, Sept. 23, when Preselect Elias Sarkis will take over the presidency," Kholi said. Pierre Gemayel, leader of the Phalange Party which fields the largest Christian militia in the Civil War, said he was also optimistic about peace prospects. He stated this on his return from Cairo where he conferred with Pres. Anwar Sadat on Lebanese peace prospects. Sarkis was also to fly to Cairo tomorrow, after the Chtoura conference, Kholi said. Pacification efforts continued in Beirut amid recriminations and confusion following the government reshuffle by Pres. Suleiman Franjieh. Fighting in Beirut and othei Lebanese fronts continued. Casualties in a 24-hour period, according to hospital sources, were about 100 killed and 130 wounded. Jimmy Carter, responding to Pres. Ford's opening campaign speech, yesterday said Ford has switched to support of government social programs that Republicans have opposed in the three years before election Year. In Indianapolis, Carter called the Ford promises campaign rhetoric, saying, "No President since Herbert Hoover has presided over a worse economic catastrophe." Repeating his claim that Ford is reluctant to campaign hard for fear of holding his record up to scrutiny, Carter said, "The Republican nominee is finally running, but it's his own record that's his major opponent." "He can't undo with promises at the last minute the terrible image he and his party have done to the nation." the Democratic presidential nominee said at a news conference. His speech last night treated us to the typical Republican spectacle of supporting programs in an election year that the Republicans have opposed in the other three years," Carter added. Japan considering return of MIG-25 TOKYO (AP)--Japan is still considering whether a MIG-25 flown to Japan by a defecting pilot will be returned to the Soviet Union, a government, spokesman said yesterday. "The question of whether and when the aircraft is to be returned will be considered after some days," the foreign ministry official, Kensuke Yanagiya, told a news conference. The supersonic aircraft, considered one of the most sophisticated in the world, landed at Hakodate in northern Japan Sept. 6. The pilot, Lt. Viktor Invonovich Belenko, was granted asylum in the United States and left Japan a week ago. Japanese Defense Agency officials have begun to examine the jet. The Soviet News Agency Tass warned Japan Wednesday that its actions were "aggravating Soviet-Japanese relations" because they were "undertaken with the instigation and support of a third side" and disregarded international law. "The position of the Japanese government remains unchanged," Yanagiya said. "The incident was caused by the illegal entry of the Soviet pilot into Japan. "The Japanese government believes it is fully entitled to carry out the necessary examination to clarify the background of the violation of Japanese air space and the forced landing." He denied that American experts were given access to information from the Defense Agency's examination. "No foreigner is admitted to the examination-operation," he said. "The examination is to be conducted independently," he said. "However, on some matters which require specialized and technical knowledge the Defense Agency might seek such knowledge from outside. "Because of the existence of close relations between the two countries (Japan and the United Ian Smith receives party backing SALUSBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith was given "full backing" yesterday by his ruling-all-white Rhodesian Front Party to seek a constitution settlement with the country's blacks. The 57-year-old Rhodesian leader spoke behind closed doors at the party's annual convention in the heavily-guarded eastern Rhodesian town of Umtali. The 600 provincal delegates then passed a resolution giving Smith a free hand in negotiating a settlement with Rhodesian blacks. But the delegates also made it clear that there could be no deviating from the basic principles of the 15-year-old party, no forced racial integration and sticking to land laws that give half the country to the 270,000 whites and the other half to six million blacks. The vote came as U.S. Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger arrived in Lusaka, Zambia, on his current mission seeking to settle the racial battling in Southern Africa. Much of Smith's speech was reportedly a briefing on his meeting Tuesday with South African Prime Minister John Vorster on Kissinger's latest initiatives on Africa. Kissinger is to meet with Vorster in Pretoria today to discuss the growing guerrilla war in Rhodesia as well as the situation in SouthWest Afrcia and South Afrcia. States), it is natural that a necessary exchange of opinions would take place from time to time." "What is clear in our minds is that the examination has the sole purpose of clarifying the background and nothing more," he said. The Defense Agency was studying measures needed to move the aircraft, he added. Visa rules cut for Cuban refugees WASHINGTON (AP)--The Justice Department cut through visa rules yesterday to allow all Cuban refugees still on immigration parole to immediately obtain permanent residency, a step which could cut their path to citzenship by years. Many of the 66,000 Cuban refugees whose permanent residency applications are pending will, in fact, become simultaneously eligible for citzenship under the waiver announced by the department. The department gave no reason for its actions. The department's Office of Legal Council ruled that Cuban refugees no longer need to compete with other Western Hemisphere natives for the 120,000 permanent resident visas issued annually. That quota has discouraged many immigrants from applying for permanent residency at all, while those who do currently have to wait at least 2 1/2 years. The ruling not only allows the Cubans to obtain the visas immediately, but will include, as well, a rollback in the effective date of their permanent residency to up to 30 months prior to their application. In no case, however, will the effective date be moved back further than the date the applicant was paroled into the United States. The law requires an immigrant to be a permanent resident for five years before becoming eligible to apply for citzenshipo Thanks to the rollback provision, many of the Cubans will be able to file immediately for citzenship, while others will have the wait cut at least in half. Furthermore, the exemption for the Cubans will lift much of the load from the waiting list for the permanent visas issued under the regular quota, which will remain at 120,000 per year. That means that other Western -Hemisphere natives likely will get their own visas more quickly. .Since 1959, more than 700,000 Cuban refugees have been paroled into the United States. Of that number, about 213,000 already are permanent residents. Friday, September 17, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

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Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Special Services announce s price increase Editor's note: The following is the last in a series of articles by the Special Services Officer. In keeping with the BUPERS concept of self-sufficiency and as described in previous publications, the following Special Services activities will increase prices effective Oct. 1, 1976: Bowling Boat slip rental Boarding of horses Leasing of horses New Prices $.45 $15.00 $65.00 $70.00 Those personnel currently renting a boat slip, leasing a horse, or boarding a horse will be billed for the new rate for the month of October. Those wishing to terminate a current agreement should notify Special Services of their intent Marine Barracks win pistol match A pistol match was held last Saturday at the base pistol range. The Marine barracks team won the match with a total of 2008-29X. They were followed by VC-10 with a 1997-25X score and Naval Station White came in third with 1981-25X. The team from FTG finished fourth with 1845-12X and the Marine arracks 'B' team finished in latt place for the meet with 1661-7X. Another match is scheduled for tomorrow morning at 9:00 and all spectators are invited to come by the base pistol range and watch the competition. no later than Sept. 24. Those personnel currently leasing a horse who wish to convert to co-leasing should do so prior to Oct. 1. Pro games predicted by Martin Editor's note: The following is predictions for Sunday's pro football games by UPI broadcast sports editor Wally Martin: Broncos over Jets Redskins over Seahawks Cowboys over Saints Bills over Oilers Chargers over Buccaneers Raiders over Chiefs Vikings over Rams Steelers over Browns Colts over Bengals Cardinals over Packers Dolphins over Patriots Lions over Falcons 49ers over Bears Giants over Eagles Sports in brief ATLANTA (AP)--Betty Stove of the Netherlands upset tournament favorite Martina Navratilova 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 yesterday in Atlanta in the quarter-finals of the Women's National Indoor Tennis Championships. Miss Stove, Holland's top woman player, displayed a strong serve and volley game in defeating Miss Navratilova, a defector from Czechoslavakia to the U.S. last year. BASEBALL SCORES FROM YESTERDAY AMERICAN LEAGUE Kansas City 2, California 0 Minnesota 4, Oakland 0 Texas 5, Chicago 4 Boston 4, Milwaukee 3 New York and Cleveland(postponed with rain) NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 6 New York 4, St. Louis 1 Montreal 4, Chicago 3 Atlanta 5, Houston 3 Cincinnati 4, Los Angeles 2 B ARD Junior Flag Football season begins The Junior Flag Football 1976 season is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. Besides football, there will be cheerleaders and your favorite snacks at the concession stand. The first game between the Lions and the Colts will start a 5, with the second game between the Red Devils and the Dolphins beginning 15 minutes after the completion of the first game. Date Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 27 1st game Red Devils/Lions Dolphins/Lions Red Devils/Dolphins Colts/Dolphins Colts/Red Devils Lions/Colts Red Devils/Lions Dolphins/Colts All Star Game 2nd game Dolphins/Colts Colts/Red Devils Colts/Lions Lions/Red Devils Lions/Dolphins Red Devils/Dolphins Dolphins/Colts Lions/Red Devils %IZIj f1 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 basic of race, sex, creed, color or national origin will not be accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale Sailboat with cradle, $225 firm. Call Baumann at 64251 DWH. 23" Zenith B & W TV console, has picture but needs work, $25; 3 pair women's shoes, size 10, $5 ea. Call 952275 AT. Fedders 10,500 RTU air conditioner, $85; Fedders 5,000 BTU air conditioner, $35; airline animal cage, medium size, $15. Call 951036 AWH. 1967 Ford Galaxie 4-door, V-8, P/S, 1966 Chevy Impala, runs good, $600 A/T, dependable transportation, $400. or best offer. Call 952205 AT. Call 97191 AT. Electric pressure cooker, never used, $30; small pit carrier, $15; microscope w/slides, $10; assorted sheet music for piano, some beginners books, all purchased in the states. Call 951146 after 7 p.m. Sears 2-ton hydraulic hand jack, brand new, $12. Call 99146 AT. Panasonic receiver and 4-channel 8-track w/4 Panasonic speakers and BSR turntable, $175. Call 95575 DWH or 90181 AWH. 1967 Oldsmobile, good running condition, P/S, P/B; recliner and recliner-rocker; 2 table lamps; B&W TV; dining room set. Call 951245 DWH or 99215 AWH. 80 feet of Sears cyclone fence, 48 inches high, walk through gate, all posts and top rails included, $150 or best offer. Call 952301 AT. 1972 Honda CB 350, red, excellent condition, windshield, sissy bar, hi-rise handlebars, new cables, manual, $600. Call 952281 AT. Expandaway buffet, dining, table with eight chairs, $350. May be seen at 276 D Villamar, 6th street. Assorted 8-track tapes, $3 ea.; 4 Realistic speakers, $300; pick-up truck for hauling service. Call 85443 AWH or 95569 DWH. wanted Electric typewriter to rent for at least a month. Rate is negotiable. Call 90220 AT. Gitmo boas, $5 ea. Call 85367 AWH. A gentle box trained, 6-10 week old kitten. Call 95414 AT. found Stero 8 track with one tape near the Telephone Exchange #8. Owner can call 95578 DWH and ask for Ben. services 18 year-old will babysit evenings and weekends. Call 952228 AT. Child's drum set, like new, complete, $7; Solid State record player, $20. Call 96198 AT. 1967 Chevy Impala Sports Coup, runs good, $500; available mid-October. Call 96167 after 6 p.m. or 952205 AT. Two light blue living room chairs in good condition, velvet, $50 each; one 24,000 air conditioner $150. Black & Decker 2-speed sabre saw, 6 new blades and case, $20; medium size motorcycle helmet, $8; 2 Shelby 500 aluminum slot-style wheels, 14-6, fits most Chrysler products, chrome lug nuts, $40; electronic tachometer for 12 volt car, 4-6-8 cylinders, $10. Call Ed, 951038 AT. All star teams will be matched with the first and fourth place teams against the second and third place teams unless one team in the league goes undefeated. In this case the undefeated team will place an all-star team comprised of the remaining teams. Job Opportunities Applications should be submitted to the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing vacancy announcements posted of official bulletin boards. ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE 10-725-76 10-535-76 15-039-76 35-024-76 10-763-76 05-003-76 Telephone Mechanic, WG-11 (2 positions) Cable Splicer, WG-10 Equipment Mechanic, WG-10 Employd Development Spec. GS-11 Maintenance !Representative, GS-7 Electronic Technician, GS-11 SALARY CLOSING DATE COMMA S 6.43 ph 13 Sept. 76 PWD $ 6.18 ph OPEN $ 6.18 ph OPEN PWD SRD $16266 pa 15 Nov. 76 CCPO $11046 pa OPEN $16255 pa OPEN PWD PAO Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 10-308-75 20-015-75 30-037-75 45-085-75 94-001-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Accounts Maint. Clk., GS-3 $6296pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN Store Worker, (Int.), $4.73ph OPEN WG-4 Library Aid, (Int.), GS-2 $6296pa OPEN BPTO Flight Schedule DAY/ ARRIVALS DATE FROM Sat. Sept. 18 Sun! JAX ETA A/C FLT DEPARTURES TO ETD A/C FLT 1600 C118 LOGISTIC Sept. 19 NORF 1645 C141 ABA0475 Mon. OPALOCKA 0800 C131 LEGAL Sept. 20 NORP 1320 C141 AQA0471 RSYRDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 KING 1745 C141 AQA0472 KING 1435 C141 AQA0471 Tue. NORF 1200 C141 AQA0472 Sept. 21 OPALOCKA 1600 C131 LEGAL Wed. KING 0700 C118 EMBASSY Sept. 22 NORF TBA VR-1 RSYRDS 1740 C141 ABA0474 KING 1800 Cll8 EMBASSY Thu. SJUAN 0700 C118 DENTAL Sept. 23 NORF 1320 C141 AQA0471 NORF 1100 C118 RES/VR-1 KING 1745 C141 AQA0472 NORF 1155 C141 ABA0474 KING 1435 C141 AQA0471 Fri. Sept. 24 NORF 1700 C130 GBAO375 NORF 1200 C141 AQA0472 SJUAN 1745 C118 DENTAL POPE AFB 1900 C130 GBA0376 Friday, September 17, 1976 Bracket drag racing at Oceanview By Don Hall There will be bracket drag racing at Oceanview this Sunday. Inspections and time trials begin at 11:30 aom. Competition starts at 1:30 p.m. The Racing Association will host a performer clinic at the track tomorrow starting at 2:30 p.m. Beginning last racing day, the club started a quarterly point system. Under this system, participants will receive 250 points for bracket winner, and 250 for top eliminator. For specials, such as last race day, an additional 250 points were given to Silver Cup winner Brian Abel of VC-10. Examples: Brian Abel has 1000 points, Rich Kennard 750, Carry Synder 250. For more information on the point system and the big trophy to be presented in December, contact TMC Vogel at 99221 or SK1 Hall at 90252. See you Sunday at Oceanview. I