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Vol. 31 No. 182 U.S Naa Base Guantanamo Bay,' Cuba Tuesday, September 21, 1976




Two British warships collide in North Sea I

LNDON~ (AP)--Two British warships' Royal Navy minesweepers. German hundreds of ships and planes from
collided yesterday in the North Sea and Dutch patrol planes and 'North Atlantic Treaty, organization and on~e of them capsized, causing British helicopters were also in- countries. The exercises have been
the deaths of two sailors, the Def- volved. The British frigate going on for more than a week in W1orld Ne s D g t
ene Ministry announced. Ten men Achilles was dispatched to the the Atlantic Ocean, English Channel
weelse smsig scene. and North Sea. PROVIu)ENCE, R.I. (TPI)--a
The announcement said 32 surviv- Confusion arose over the name, of The. Ministry of Defense said botn frm odeti csandist exprcthedSenabe
ors,' including three injured, were 'the overturned vessel. Jane 's Merm aid and Fittleton' had completed naomRde Isadi xpce ob
picked up by the, other 'vessel in- Fighting Ships, a standard refer- theid brlsi th AOmnuesy tonight, one week after thei roes n te NAO mneuers primary balloting failed to yield
volved inthe collision,. the 2fri~- ence book, said the Fittileton's 'and 'were on their way for a goodwill
gae Mermaid, and a 'flotilla o~f name had bechndtoCrn, vstto Hamburg,. West Germany, a conclusive result. The state
rescue craft after' the minesweeper but a Royal Nav spaokesman said whr they were du~e to arrive today. Board of Elections expects to cerFttleton turned over 80 miles off ,this was not true. Curzon, he 'Th' frigate was in a collision 'tify either Goy. Philip Noel or
the coast of Holland. Both ships said,' was the' name of the, reserve just six months ago with the ' auto dealer Richard )Lorber in the
bad taken part in NATO naval ex- group from Sussex that manned the 'Icelandic gunboat Thor during the race against Republican John Chafee.
e'rcises. '' ' craft. 'so-called Cod War between the two,, MSO UI-Absao vrl
The British Defense 'Ministry said The Fittleton sailed Sept. 10 to countries. Both sides accused the HarrCOa says Soviet ladr Lveonid
the 360-ton Fittlef on was still join the naval exercise, "Teamwork- 'other at the time of deliberately Harrimhnv ias Soietedewrk feori aflot it~n the North Sea at night- 76," involving thousands~ of men, ramming their vessels. bete Soipet-aeican oratos ' fl with rescue vessels searching betwt her wisthSovitAecaremberipnsfo srvivors. A spb'ke'sman for the 'ideti wheectwion. tharrivmn, who
minstry said Royal Navy~ divers' Kissinger~ expects talk by weekend is nowa forecin. pol i avse to
were trying to reach any m~en who i o oeg oiyavsrt
night be trapped in the 'wood hull 'tions with Kaunda relating to the Jimmy Carter, met with Brezhnev
off the capsized 'vessel. substance of a final settlement.' yesterday at the Kremlin.
The~ Fitleton's 44 crew members He reportedly did so at the request
w ere erviss known as "weekend' of Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Ford adsailor'." They get the name be- Smi'th with whom Kissinger conferred ministration wants to sell planes
ca us tey sgn~ for five years of Sunday in Pretoria, South Africa. and missiles to Iran and Saudi
weekend training plus three cruises Kaunda's clarification's will be Arabia. Today, Undersecretary of
a yar.transmitted to Smith through South' State Philip Habib and Lt~en. Howard A nav spokesman. said damage to African Prime Minister John Vorster, Fish will make a sales pitch to a
'the O,3-'ton Mermaid, the flag- 's ai~d the diplomat.' He did not dis- House subcommittee, while Asst.
~ship of fAdm. Hugo Holl'ins, the a' close details of the questions. Secy. of' State Alfred Atherton
commander of reserve'forces, was' Smith, who flew home to. Salisbury does the same thing in the Senate.
only superficial. The ship has a aftar the meeting in Pretoria, told
crew of 180. a broadcast interviewer "'concrete
The miinistry gave no. cause for LUSAKA, Zambia (AP)Henry results" had come out of the seste collision. A spokesman said Kissinger told Pres. Kenneth Zaunda sion with Kissinger and that there Palnie sasp rywill
wnswere light at the scene of yesterday he expects Rhodesia's the crash and seas 'were calm, but white rulers will clear the way by the near future" between Rhodesia's return to power
there were patches of fog in the this weekend for early talks lead- blacks.hte' adit .7mllo
vicinity. ing to rule by the black majority, blacsteto said a Rhodesian
Taking part in the rescue,' he an Afr~ican diplomnat reported. settlement could result and saidSTCHL, wen(A--eds
said,'were two 'West German destroy- The diplomat said the secretary 'thereLM hadde als ben rores o th as l
ers, Bayerni and, Hedssen, and six of state also raised several quea- teehdas ee rgeso h Prime MIinister Olof. Palme say i
issue of South-West Africa, orz Social Democratic Party will return Namibia, the~ territory the United
Natins emads hat out Afica to power soon. He maintained in an
Natins'demads hatSout Afi~a interview on West Germany television
give up. ta wds oeshdntrjcc
3 networks will televise debates Kaunda was pressed by journalists that Swoneih oesiad 'notarejecsted to say if he~ considers as accept- ercdbyhspt.
NWYORK~ (UPI)--The three major' ABC said it was i~n agreement with ablerste in provisi n threie-wa He said the narrow defeat Sunday
cmmercial t elevision ,newa networks 'the other. two networks anid will uhdrstranding . betwe Kissinger, d by his coalition' government was not
~ announced yesterday they will tele- carry the~debate. tor discand ~it be Buteheodcltined due .to a vigorous campaign waged
'vise the presOidentiUal campaign de- wt discus itfefore blconsulicn against government plans 'for a
bates between Pres. 'Ford and Jimmy Hunt continues for missing wreith te Jelow black Afia nationwide network of nuclear power
Credepte ghroudrls."tisfac- Tanzania, Sir Seretse Khama of plants.
towihtegonrue.plane in P illppines Botswana an BoaMahlo alme's govc-rrnment lost its paniIn separate announcements, ABC, MNL A)-h utcnius Mzmiu.aetr aoiyi udysn'CBS and NBC said they would tele- "We~I are~~ huntin wintnue Mozambiqueon tional elections to, a 1hree-party
cast the'first debate Thursday in the Philippines for a missing' "Welin are n deali wth, e sitain coalition of moderate non--Socialists,
night in Philadelphia under the 'small plane carrying six Americans, ivlng if addet, hesd. Palme'sc resignation was ac'cepted
ground rules. set down by the L'eague Japanese and German diplomats. "It would be wrong for one 'man to 'yesterday by the speaker of
*"of Womn Voters. The league is Authorities say it was broadened take a unilateral stand when so Parliamfnt. it ends '44 years of
sponsoring a series of three de- to include a search by~ frogmen of many leaders are involved." Social Democrat rula -in Sweden.
bates between. Ford and Carter. ' Lake Laguna De Bay south of'Manila. Kissinger himself planned to con- Palme is Expected to be succeeded.
The networks had complained about The plane disappeared eight days tinue his week-old African~ peace next month by Thorbjorn Falldin,
the' league's rules and over the ' ago, five minutes before it was' to shuttle by flying on to Tanzania leader o' the coalition and head of
wee~kend 'hinted they might not' cover land. Among those aboard' was the from Lusaka-~to see Nyerere. the Center Party.
the debates unless changes were head of the U.S. Agency for Meantime, 'a senior U'.S.' official There has been no official
made. 'International Development MNission in aboard Ki'ssinger's plane told re- Washington reaction to the Election
Network officials criticized the Mania, Garnett Zimmerly. ,porters the secretary thinks a result t s. U.S.-Swedish re.Ltions
leagu'e'for permitting the t'wo canid- Mo're than 3,000 Philippin'ejungle Rhodesian constitutional parley, have been strained because of
dates to participate in selection scouts and other armed forces pers- with both white and black negotia- Palme's support'of the Palestinians
of a m~oderator and the three jou'r- onnel are' scouring heavily overgrown tors, could begin as early as ~ at the United Nations and his~ opnalists who wil1 ask questions of areas in mountains about 25 miles November. 'pos;itior lo the U.S. during the
the 'two candidates during the first south of the' capital. U.S. Air ' 'On Sunday, Zambian 'Foreign Min- VenmWr
debate. ' Force and The networks also objected to Philippine forces in the hunt. ists before flying off to the privately they expect an improvement
rules concerning the positioning ofA Frogmen entered the lake after United Nations in New York, "Zambia iu Axrerican-Swedish relations once
microphones and cameras, including authorities received a report that doesn't care whether the efforts by thnegormntaksv,.
requiring them to"Oshare fixed "' two unidentified'persons sawsa plane Dr. Kissinger to try and solve the Traders on~ the Stockholm Stock
poolo" cameras that would exclude. crash thee>eight days ago. Southern African Issue, which has Exchange apparently view the elec'any televised pictures of audience I Search authorities say a locator now reached' its' crucial stages, are tion, results with optimi.. Stock
rsos.transmitter h~ad picked up a beep aimed atwinning Pres. Ford's prcsmd hi igs n-day
CS News Pres. ichard Salant ' signal that might have come from ' election campaign. If Dr. Kissinger gain in history'yesterday.
said in a statement'that' the dec-' the downed plane.' They' say i't could will win majority rulee in Zimbabwe,
ision<'to carr the debates was a indicate some of th~e six 'assengers (Rhodesia) and Namibia, that will be dif'ficult'one. But, he said, CBS, and two Philippine crewmembers are f ine. " F 11~~~despite~~~~~~ ~- it reeraios _h.s de- alve '-- ' Smt ha townteaprvlo Dt es shedle







Page Guatanao GaetteTuesday, September 21, 197

COUPLES NIGHT AT WINDJAMMER
The Windjammer will 'old their MODELERS MEET TUESDAY
coulesnigt Spt.25 rom8:1Tee 3 wilbeameeting of the W0 util mdih.Msic wuil bepo- Guantaamo Bay Moeling Association 4ie by tenees dicorok today at 7 p.m. at VI 1227B.
Comm nitybandin Gitmo, Pegasus. Tere wil Club projects and business will be be door prizes and favors. Couples diiscussed. Members are urged to onyill be 'alowed in the main attend and al1 other interested Bulletinballroom. The dining groom opens at persons are cordially invited.
5:30, so why not come early and Call Ed Gumphrey at 951038 AT for enjoy dinner and then the dancing more information.

Bo rdat the Wind~jammer for Couples Night. EMBASSY FLIGHT R&R TO KIN~GSTON

COFFEE SHOP'S SPECIAL BPTO announces that one day R&R is now authorized in Kingston,
The Navy Exchange Coffee Shop Jamaica. The following embassy is now featuring a lunch special flights will be departing and 'refor school children. The special turning as indicated below: Todiy'S meeting BAS IC STRETCH AND SEWA CLASSES includes selected meat sandwiches,
ANT~JA0 BY EF DFESE LUB ~ asc Srech nd ew lasesfrench fries along with a 12 ounce Sept. 22 Nov. 17 GUNTNAO AYSLFDEENE LU asc trtc adSecaseswil glass ofE kool-aid or half pint of Oct. 20 Dec. 15 wilpatic from 6 to 8 p.m. at begin Sept. 29 from 9-11la.m. Le,:.rn milk, all for $.75. '<
Moi enter. to sew with knits and to make pat- $ Personnel interested in traveling
OKINWA KARATE AFFILIATION will ~terns to fit your body measurements. IJS!) SHOW TO PERFORM to Kingston, should submit~ an appratce from 6 t~o 8 p.m. at Mar- Make a complete wardrobe in four proved environmental leave request blhadHl. For more informnation weeks. For more information call. The USO show, Buck Starr Country to BPTO. For more information on
cal985 AWH. 98Z97 AT. Rock and V~ari'ety show wil perform Kingston, call Mrs. Coffey at Ext.
THE SUE LOSERS WIGHT~ REDUCING at the Downtown Lyceum on Sept. 25 85850.
CUBiwil Imeet at? 7 .m. For more WEBELOS MEETING CANCELLED from 7:30 pjm. and Leeward side
information call Joanne Frandsen on Sept. 26 beginning at 7:303 p.m. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY
at9117 ebelos den 1 an~d 2 meeting sched- Thie chief of Naval Personnel has
BYSCOTS wfill meet in the Boy uled for Wednesdayt has been cancelled NAVAL LODGE TO MEET accepted the U.S. Army's invitation.
.SotHu,6th St., Villamkr -at and the next meeting is scheduled to send 16 SCPOs to the Army's
7:0p im. For more information for Sept. 29. For more information, There will be a special communi- SrensMjrAaey ti
1al Sharon Fox at. 64462. call Tom Dempster at 99169 AT. cation at Caribbean Naval Lodge S2-ereahcouse at r~dnt is al
GTORYBRIGE CLUB meets at held in Masonic ps bldg. #800 22awee coTexs aoptot Blss tel
7 p m . a t the COMO C u .C all Jim JOB OPENING at 7:30 p m omorr o w fo r co r epies 1 emtoor of Cosey at 85149 AWHV The club is the purpose of conducting wor in credit towards an Associate Degree open to all< base residents. A part-ie janitor is needed at the second degree. All-fellow in Managmn.Qaiiain n 11G wl be played~ at the CPO the Child Day Care Center. Applica- craft and master Masons are aguebent an ualifitioles thn
Cube iig at 91p.m. tions may be made by calling the - cordially an fraternally invited 23 years~ active service and-having center at 9p54065. to attend . 24 months obligated service upon Tom rro 's eetngcompletion of the course. For-more ws ~ ~ Bin LUE DOLPHINS MOVE COMISSARY T~O COSE FOR information contact EQCM BlickenOKIAW KRAE FFIIAIO wll TheBle olhis wllmet t he SEMI-ANNUAL INVENTORY staff at 85769 or Career Counselor's
prctc fro 6 I to T wil The. atLJ~JL Maatble- Office at 85575.
hed A1. ormoe nfrmtin al Mrin siepol rather thani the As directed by Nl'avy Resale Systems
985 -WH W -~indjamme pool from now on. -Office, the Commissary.Store willBig ilbe payed at the Staff- conduct thesemi -nual physical AIR CONDITIONING HOURS
NC Clbbgnin t8pm. ROHHSAAHSRIE inventory on Sept. 30. The store - -
DWOHL. ROONMOU wilA meeSERICE will be closed on this date and- Summer air conditioning hours
Fo mreinomaio cl 945 -H Rosh Hashanah Jewish High Holiday -will resume normal hours of op era- will remain in -effect until the end services will be held at McCalla tion on 0rf. 1. The officer-in- ofE this month -due-to- energy savings BO ING- C hapel Saurday beginning at 10 A.M. -charge and employees of the Commis- on base to date.
-4< All inteested personnel are cordial- sary Store regret the inconvenience The commander Of the Naval Base Thr 1wl be amnsnwen's ly invited to attend. of this closing date coinciding - authorized the two-week extension
Sigesn-apbwln oaent~ with the scheduled Navy payday. Per- yesterday -based on projections that
Str a a7:0 pm. Registration NEX$ JOB OPENINGS - sonnel ,are urged and encouraged to the Naval-Base will meet its goal of
tei$4prpro.Anon in- - plan accor-dingly. -15 per cent energy savings this
peese pnenern this yon men The Navy Exchange -has a job -- -month. Therefore, air conditioners
s oudsinupbfore 7:30 on the opening for a ful tim clerk typ- BOMBING AND STRAFING HELD may be turned on in offices and nih f th ornament. ist for the garage. Hours are 7:30 working spaces at 10 a.m. through
4 - to 4:30, Monday thu Friday. For Prac-tice bombing and strafing Sept. 30. TheFrda Niht las-sic Legu more information call 85348 .will be conducted on the Hicacal Beginning Oct. 1, air condition
Isloig for anther couple 4to. target from 9 a.m. to 12 noon to- -ers may not be turned on until bow Fiday' at 6 p.m. Anyone CRESCEND9O-S TO~ PERFORM ~ day, and again tomorrow through 1 P.M.
itrsed cal 9--7 A3T. I epe onWdedy.and Granadillo points Carilles off L ca aet efr
call 9473 A. Any n nerested, The aribbea Arts and Craft Assn. limits. For futher informant
a will-be sponsoring a ballet class, contact the Special Services Marina, in V rey So which will< be starting immediately. ComNavBase duty officer or Base in V rey So BASKTBL CONTEST & MEETING The class 11l be limited, a~nd for Police.
SeilServices is hotn a ,more information or registration, The --- Little Theatre, in a continubaktal re throw~ contest on cal 9526 inlg effort to bring professional Oc.2 t will take place --I. ARRIVES OCTOB-ER 6TH BAKE SALE TO BE HELD AT N-EX -quality live entertainment to the on t oh e CoprFel courts with 25 Guantanamo Bay community, will presht tthe hoo. Bilng your own Th1e Niavy's Inspector General, RAdm. On -Oct. 2, there will be a com- sett Variety Show III Oct. 2 at the bl.Rster dadline is4 p.m. 14. D. Carmody, will visit Gitmo Oct. bined bake sale and craft sale in W.T. -Sampson Elementary School audiet 0. Al nstes submitted at- 6 to-observe the-base's status of front of- the Navy Exchange.. A few torium. It is the third in a series
tatie wil final. Rosters- readiness,-morale and management. - of the items available will be- of variety shows presented primarily wil be subited to Special Ser- A Tittered appearance will domore -knitted -and crocheted items, live to'-give- local talent the chance tovies than anything~ to- distract the ins- plants and hangers, dip 'n drape-- perform.
- - pecting party's -attenion from~ thae - dolls, shell jewelry and pictures, -The cast includes Muffett Crowell,
Teoganizationa meeting- for important' issues -of how 'well we do T-shirtr:, decorative pillows, cer- drums; Cynthia Harris, vocalist; th aktbl sason wilbe held4 our jobs-here at Gitmo in support - amics and much more. The sale will George Robinson, guitar; Victor
ith Spcavc e onfere of the fleet. To prepare for-the 'be from 9-3 p.m. -Smith, vocalist; Cindy Udd, violin-
romat130pm.o Ot 1 . G., Oct 5 has been designated --ist; Bill Spencer, guitar/singer; Al oce re akd to b 8presenpt for basewide cleanup. Let's all --Jim Onarato, pianist; Ed Oakes, at te metin. doourpart to makP 'Gitmo shine. -vocalist;adMk uiowowl
RED ~ ~ CRS'ERNT-W CLASS siLng as well as be master of cere- monies. There will also be several
IFL EM - ~sBASE -UB TheTNI~ Ordnnce SeilSrie anth c. 5 at Villamar pool. The news.
Nav Exhane nteestd nsootngclasses will be held each evening Tickets will go on sale Sept. 25
forth NaalSttio Witerilefrom 6 to 8. A second class and Oct. 2 in front of the Navytea intheupcmin Amirl'sCupwil beinOct. lS..Part!.cipants Exchage. Tickets will also be Trohymachs n Ot.2 holdin the first class may remain for given away -over 1340 radio.


cal nM Shrpat 552 D o cp.JhnH MC11Ctt Di WD.Cdaak - the seon peio if thys-dsr. There will be only one performance . Ij L- B- OctobiTeei o hrefrths lses n ier seod acing of vaityle sho
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Tuesday, September 21, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3


UATRIT Mih (Aeg h Unitgediigte Schedule for detailers
EtRoI orer-rconven-e is te branAG/ACIPH/ASIAZ: Thursay 8-11:30, Photo Lab for PH/AG; 1-4, NAS Hanger
g tea eerday te o e ism foarmal Dependent's Lounge for ICASAZ; Friday, 8-11:30, Dependents' Lou~nge for contract talst Fre otrs o forl AC/AS/AZ, 1 A-, Dependents' Lounge.
racttalk at r oYN/PN/LNPCID/LIJO/IS: Thursday, 8-16:30 ESO Testing Room; Fri day, tefruc t the skice ay000 wokr 8-10:15, ESO Testing Room; 1:5-4, Leeward. strucwbthe, Fuord'e opx ays ago AME/AMH/AD/ADJ/ADR/AF/ADCS/ACS/AIRCREW; Thursday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS,
eanwhia etor' fe etins in AV-600 Power Plantr for A1M/AD/AF/AIRCREW; Friday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS Canad began to~ 1ee 600 picho AV-600 Poe Plant for AMAD/AF/AIRCREW. te U.S.srkea ,0 wrer AT/AQ/E/W/AX: husdy,8-11:30, 1-4, AV-600 Avonics for AT/AQ/AE; 'pan the WidrOnaiege Friday, 8-1:0, 1-4, 'AV-60&Avonics for ATIAQIAE. wernte reiet laofntie.Te AO//AB/PR: Thursday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS Crash Crew for AS: Friday, th trike began. 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS Weapons for AO/PR.
Only inf~ormal ak ae encn MS Thrday8-11:30, Flagship Mess, 1-4, Deer Point; Friday, 8-4, ducted between top, union company Enlisted Galley NA'S. bargainers since~ last Tuesday, when <~OSIEW/FT/GM/TM/S'r: Thursday, 8-4:30, Ordnance Training Room; Friday, UAWPres. 'Leonard Woodcockc sent his 8 8-:5, Ordajnce Tfraining Room. gaining comir4ttee hoeadordered WocokET/DS/CT: Thursdaiy,8-4, Topside CPO Club; Fia,8-10:15, Topside
amdih't walkout which ahutdow od< CPO Club; 10:45-4, Leeward.Frdy
Froprtosi22 shts Ford ofiil reoteEiceM/DP: Th'ursday, 8-4, Topside CPO Club; Friday, 8-10:15, Topside CPO l~4 pertios 'ik 2 sttes.For oficias. epoted picket Club; 10:45-4, Leeward. The 13-mnember bargaining team, lines were peaceful yesterday at the MA/BM/QM/SM: Thursday, 8-4:30, Base Police Training room; Friday, whic must approve any contract set- 102 facilities cripjpled by the na- 8--10:15, Ease Police; '10: 45-4, Leeward. tlement, 'was to be briefed by tionwide walkout,' the second 'in' nine HMJDT:Tureday, 8-4:30, 'Hospital; Friday, 8-3, Hospital; Woock or UAW Vice Pres. Ken years and third in the company's C esming fomltlswthFr. o h picket'Jlines".sinetesrk
"Th xcmmtte wila e details began. oicashe dal1400 Womien: 1-4,~ Gold Hill B'arracks; rn i.?e od ntec h tie F~8~~Wnjme, SrmrSC aepr tie
be rporingthemselves on how the hourly workers in Canada eventually
IE i> ~~th meber would be laid off due to part 'hot L dy ~ 4 up Bd. -O.
shi setimntis, a AWspokesman ages caused by the U.S. strike.
sad Talks on noneconomic issues between e p o m n
Ford of Canada~ and the UAW were con- Ca ter takes up u e po m n ~t~eji ~-'~~ ststinuing in Canada.' The UJAW, which
tud nt rot stsnegotiates seprte but parellel contracts with Canadiani subsidiaries of (AP)--Jimmy. Carter took up the heat-up i n Panaim a the U.S. carnakers, traditionally unemployment problem yesterday durextends contracts in Canada 'until a ing a wh'istle-stop tour' of' New settlement is reached in the United Jersey 'and Pennsylvania. It 'was a PAAACT A)-A shot fired Staites. shift in emphasis away from the
hgh over the 'heads of Panamanian In Detroit, a chiief stu~mbling block subject o'f 'tax reform that dominated
1older sby a university student to quick settlement 'is a union demand campaign'rhetoric during the weekwas met wih volley of rifle fire for an additional 12 paid days off end. ~
intotheairas student deosr- each year as a w~ay to increase em- I pehsaoghsrue
tion to rotet goernmnt pli- loymnt.Carter tied the unemployment rt cis eaedupyeteda.Ford opposed tedemand as to inflation and the 'rising cost of
Itapared no one was injured costly and detrimental to sacheduling housing. And at one stop he de-'
in th xchange of fire, but at production, but the company has of'- clared,' "This shows the finest lat three dozen persons; were ar-' fered up to five days off for high- ity of the Republicans to you and~
re d.e'. seniority workers with pefc ok your life." ~judges whowul be either harsh or attendance records. lenient 'toward offenses such as Othr u~eslved isu in'l'ue~Carter began the trip at New York adultery, drug use or homosexuality.' A.revision of a pension agreement fo City's Penn Station. The train was He said he would choose people who retired workers and health and dental. to stop for the night in Pittsburgh. are competent and whose judgement care improvements. The 'unioni also Carter 'is to return to his home in and integrity is sound. is seekig improvements in the VSup-~ Plains, Ga., to continue 'prepara- 'atras ttdta oeo pleme'ntal Unemployment Benefits (sub) tions for Thursday's debate with the strict standards of his Baptist Fund,. company-funded program to Pres. Ford in Philadelphia. ~, faith are almost impossible to ,Xprovide benefits fo'r laid-~off wor-' A maintain. He said he has looked at ers Mrs. Carter and vice-peieta a lot of women with lust and has Economists have said the strike nominee Walter Mondale are to con- committed adultery "in his heart" should have no major effect on the tinue the whistle-so cmag o many times. iBut he said he believes nation's econom' unlesss it lasts ' day across Ohio and Indiana into od forgives him f or it. beyond a month. The 1967 walkout Chicago. Mrs. Carter told newsmen yesterday Torjsagainst Ford lasted 66 days. 'that she never had to worry at all The UAW~ has made Ford<'its target about her husband committing adultWitnesses said that when combat for setting. the industry pattern In a "Playboy" Magazine interview, ery. She said' Carter never told her' 4 rady N a'tioal Guardsmen arrived on new agreements covering a da afternoon tey' were first met ,him completely."
by throngs an then student ran Vi ' '' c n i u s 'In Lewiston, Maine, yesterday,
frmtecowd and fired a pistol Vi in - , 11i search fo~r life co tn e vice-presidential candidate Walter overther heds.Mondale continued the Democratic Mmns later th guardsmen fired, PASADENA, Calif. (AP)--Viking The robot arm will dig into what counter-attack on tax issues. -He ter gq grndes t t he grounds scientists may get another clue in appears to be' a hard pan of encrusted declared if he were a Republican, of heNaionl niersity and hit the puzzling search for life on Mars soil in a tiny area that looks' like the last thing he would bring up
seera students with rubber trun- when. final results, come in from a the cracked surface of a dr~y lake would be tax reform. He said the ceons. Repoters~ saw a bleeding carbon release experiment~ on another bed. VGOP has a "lousy" record in that
suetrning away. , ~ soil sample. ' The lander will also- take pictures area.
Wns caried the gas fumes away The soil was placed ir a tst cell to see if the scientists can deter- Mondale said that Pres. Ford and
frm heuive'rsity. 'Tourists were on the Viking-2 Lander for 120 hours, mine what's ailing the balky robot his running-mate, Robert Dole, want
-se tte Skyie-Panama wit ordered e 'y's. experiment calledd p. rolytic relese. "We're 'going to take a series of and txlohls
Reotr t thescene said the Any organisms in the soil, or' at pictures to try~ ad1 suetwho fied theshotas in- least those that ae eearth--like, sampler this tine," said Project only tax relief proposed by Ford sietechaini'k fence surround- would 'give 'a< caron reading. Manager James 'Martin. <"If' it quits would benefit parsons with annual
in h nversity." He dashed to First~ results of th lijfe-seekn some place, we 're'goinig to know incomes of $50,000 or more.
wtiafew fee of the guardsmen, experiment 'were 'received at the Jet wher~e." ' A
wh eeon theoter side' of the Propu'lsion -Laboratory Sunday, bu~t The m~echanical 'arm' stopped last Pres. Ford remained at the Wh'ite
fe, fired on shot above' their the conclusive readings wil1 not be week 'and failed to 'deliver a scoop House yesterday where he told
hedte'an bac ~ ~to the other receive~d'from the lander'until to- of Martian pebbles for an x-ray in- visiting farm credit executives that
suet.morrow. - organic analysis experiment. At- Carter's tax policy is just the opAotad'zen guxardsmen weaing- Many of the JPL scientists a- tempt.s to' dump a-sapin of pebbles posite of what the 'Republicans would
ga ak ied a few dozen shots tended a special meeting of the- into the x-ray test container appar- like.
inote i.Space 'Science Board4 yester day at - ertly failed this weekend after.
Tedistrbance had 'begun a bou nearby CalTech. - scientists sent a command to jiggle Ford said medium-income families
the 'husearlier. the samples out of the scoop. --should be given more tax breaks than
-Either there vere no pebblesin more tax burdens. Th eostrations ag as the 'Viking was only one of several ' the scoop 'or the pebbles uere to The jPresident's criticism of'Carter
goeneto Gen Oar' Torijos s pace-related topics discussed at a large to pass through the fun~nel was echoed by runniing mate Robert
bea ept. 10 when high school closed meeting of the board's aboar-d the landeiz,"mission spokesmen Dole in Florida. in Fort Lauderdale,
I suettoktthsteet to Codmmittee on Planetary Exploration, said. the Kansas senator declared that "A
prts nrased food prces- The board is 'a body of the N~ational ' 'vote for Carter is a vote for a tax
The cntnud hre ay lst Research 'Council that advises the, The two Viking landers 'on Mars increase."
webut yesteda wa' the first; Nai.onal Aeronautics and Space ---have found some evidence scientsts Dole told an Orlando, Fla., audi-









Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Tuesday, September 21, 1976

Milar wins single titjie .3 ...

in tournament ensTur

In the Ine-omn Tni or
nament completed last Saturday, theMarine Barracks, led by John Milar'
finished in first place. John won
the singles title with a final
round victory over Ron Baumann of
NTAS.,
Ron' and his doubles partner,, Baseball scores a eg rs fo n r
Charlie Gaussarin topped John and Keger',j7,e Bob Bickford' for the title. Milar AMERICAN LEAGUE ByV D. Drewry and, B'aumann led their' teams, to Milwaukee 4, New York Yankees 2 B u respective first and second place Boston 12, Detroit 6 Last week's bowling results: Wed- Jim Kcayser has completed the finishes. California 1, Texas~ 0 nesday Mixed-up Leftovers-Wesley 1976 certification of the alleys.
Reid 227 and, 210 games for a real A few minor repairs are needed, 'but Marine Barracks wound up with NATIONAL LEAGUE nice 596 series. Thursday Afternoon none of sufficient importance
20 points and NAS 19. AFRTS was New York Mets 5, Pittsburgh 4 Freetimers-Ain Kelly 424 'series and to stop official certification. Jim' third with 18 points followed Cheryl Inman a 174 game. 7-Point also informed me that the 1975-76 by High Sch~ool with 17, Comptroller NFL football sc r s Iguana-Dale Goodwin took the weekly Yearbook is almost completed and with. 15, JCC~RC with 9, and Hospi- , high honors with a 222 game and a should b~e in print shortly. I' tal with S point~s. '''RO ATNGT,582 series. Others. include, McC'lain believe 'the ABC and WIBO plan to NFL SCORE FOLATNGT558 series and 200 games by Danny issue a joint yearbook' again this Oakland 24, Kansas City 21 Whitehead, "Moe" MoriLtz and Tom' year, free to all members.
Alsop. Friday Night Classics-Jim TTTI'F 'Ii
Wilhelm, an apparent star on the Mihg n la sU Ip l
rise, turned in a fine 224 game and>
564 series and Sharon Herrin, already a star, posted a 1l99 game this
week. Friday Comm-Dough Drewry for second week
265,224, 190/619 and Tom Harvey
All adsill be, run one t i.e only '1972 C.B-l, $'250; call 96292 AT. hit a personal high 166 game.
You must submit your ad each time Saturday Juniors-for the boys, Carl NEW YORK (UPI)--The 1976 UPI you want it' printed. Ads may be 12,000 BTU Feeders A/C, $80; call Bascara 193/495, Todd Christegnsen Board of Coaches top 20 college ubmitted by callingbefore 4 p.m. 99106 AWE. '451 series and Earl Bacon with an football teams (2nd week) with firstor by dropping it ione of the ' outstanding'220 game. For the girls, place votes in parentheses. drop boxes. Ads wich discriminate , , Teresa Martin 173/469 and Cheryl on i =ili the isi ,o ce cee, 169 'Glx 9, xelet Grimes 159/398. ' ' TEAM ' POINTS oAs a note to the men, members of 1. Michigan (31) (2-0-0) 405 color or national origin will not 'running condition, $600. Call ' GM oc ni(be accepted. The staff reserves the 85730 DWE and ask for Gunner. sitnd redy towasist lAgsociin an 2'. Oiotat (4) (2-0-0) 304 right to e-write any ad, it deems stan red oass ege nay 3 itsburgh(4 (20) 34 npecessary., possible capacity. Present members 4. UCLA (1) (2-0-0) '' 295 are, 'President-Doug Drewry, Vice ' 5. 'Oklahoma (~2-0) 262 fo aeTwo, 5,000 B~TU air conditioners; $85 President-Mike Pind, Secretary/ 6. Nebraska (1 (1-0-1l) 151 Galaxie,-V ham, five-band trnseiver and $6'5, or, $135 for both; hand mix- Treasurer-Jim Kayser and board 7. Georgia (2-0) 135 with, AC/DC power supplies, 300 watts, er, $5"; magazine rack, $10; floor members Bruce Johnstone, 'Dale 8. Maryland (2-0-0) 98 PEP, '$175. Call'95554 AWH. lamp wth,,table, $15; bathroom cab- Goodwin, Ken Lewis and Jerry McCombs. 9. Texas A&M (2-0-0) 86 inet,~ $10.' Call 951247 DWE or The Vice President, "Chief" Mike> 10. Penn State (1-1-0)' 58 1,974 Suizuk T-500, good condition, 90294 after 6:30 p.m. Pind, is departing Gitmo soon, his ' 11. Arkansas (2-0-.0) 47 $8,50 or will trade for reliable ' ' 'assistance in the administration 12. Kansas (3-0-0) 35 tansportaton. Call 95537 AWE. '1959 Ford, runs but needs a little 'and operation of the association 13. Alabama '(1-1-0) 28 work, four good tires, $250 firm.' has been greatly appreciated. To 14. Illinois (2-0-0) 21 '1972 Honda CB-350, hi-rise'handle- Call 64217 DWH. ' Mike, the Association extends their 15. Southern Cal (1-1-0O) 9 bars, 'new 'cables, sissy bar and /personal "kudo" for a job'well done. 16. LSU '(1--) 9 owner'!s manual, excellent condition, Bull's Eye mast, $35 or best offer; The association is sponsoring 'an 17. Boston College (2-0-0) 7 $600. Call 952>289 AT. ,Sea Scout dingy, needs to be fin- ABC approved Thanks'giving Tournament 18. North Carolina (3-0-0) 6
4 ''ished, >make offer. Call >95446 AT. 'for singles 'and doubles events. 19. TexasTc (20)3
Acoustic guitar, 'Ecko', brand 'new, ,Bowlers should start looking for 20. Florida (2-0-0) '~3 $250;'7Black F'orrest cockoo clock, Sailboat with crde $22 firm. partners early. More on this when By agreement with the American $50 Call 98269 AT. 'Call Baumann at 64251 DWE. entry dates are published. football coaches, teams on pro70 il~i , i~ii iliiiiii ! iD fl, Llodsstre AMFMsteorebation by the NCAA ,are ineligible 197 Fod LD taton ago, ood Llods teeo ithAM/M tero r- av~ta in frtplace ,for top 20' and national championconidition, $1500 or best off er;'l1969 ceiver and 8-track player/recorder, '' ' ship consideration by the UPI Chevrolet pick-up truck with three- microphones, BSR turntable, head-~ in to c oob l Board~ of Coaches. Those teams on speed Hurst sifter, $1700 or best phones, 2 speakers and stand, very probation for 1976 are Mississippi offer; picijic table with bench, $15; ,goo~d cnion, price negotiable.' 'State, Michigan State,'SMU, Long on e child's picnic table $5. Call' Call 85113 DWH or see at GHB rm P203. The following are the standings Beach State and Southwestern 85798 DWH or 952260'AWH. ' in the touch football league after Louisiana.

1968 Fiat 124 sports coupe, 4-.speed, found the game played Sept. 16: n ew tires, 1438 C.C. engine with'
OHC, 4-wheel disc brakes, must se'll Ladieswatch in NEX parking lot last NavSta First place F o b l st byFriday'. Call 95543 AT or see at week. 'Cal '95473 AT to identi fy. Security Group Second place F o b l t n i g ~B'36~. ,Marine Barracks K 36-.Sack with items purchased at M NAS Airdales Third place FAST W L
12' arrc i boat, with 18 hp'' last Saturday, found'at Hr Hg NAS B'lackshoes Fourth place Miami 2
Evnude engine. 'Call 64551 AT. Kong's Tailor Shop.' Call 954'75 Crane Hill (tied) 'New England 1 1
'A, and- identify. Bas'bal st n in r Buffalo 0 2 196 Chevrolet Impala, $600 or best' t7' '~ New York Jets 0 2
ofer Sears tent, sleepa four, $20; ,Female do'g in the vicinity of'Kittery AMERICAN
sofa, chair and end tabe $40; BeaIch housing area. "Call 96206 AT 'CENTRAL baby~ mtress for acrib, $5;'dres- and identify. F AST W L Houston 2 0 ser, 5 stereo with ' M'Mand 7' ''New York , 92z 56 Cleveland ' 1 1 turntable, $4'0.Call 952205 AT. ' 'Baltimore 81 68 Cincinnati 1 1 wanted Cleveland 76 73 Pittsburgh 1 1 197 Mercury Colon yPark station ''''Boston 74 76 wgon, all pwer, ,A/C, auto speed" 3-speed shifter'for Chevy. Call Detroit 67 82 , WEST cotol, Daytana r'ials, $1500. J. C. at 90113 DWH. Milwaukee " 64 85 San Diego 2 0
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Tide, Sun, Temp. High ttde6 50pm Low te--l2:l2pm SuwttLe-:49am Hi --88 Low------74 Vol. 31 No. 182 91 1Q U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Weather Forecast Mostly clear to clear. Winds SW-12 knots. Bay cond. l-2ft. Two British warships collide in North Sea LONDON (AP)--Two British warships collided yesterday in the North Sea and one of them capsized, causing the deaths of two sailors, the Defense Ministry announced. Ten men were listed as missing. The announcement said 32 survivors, including three injured, were picked up by the other vessel involved in the collision, the frigate Mermaid, and a flotilla of rescue craft after the minesweeper Fittleton turned over 80 miles off the coast of Holland. Both ships had taken part in NATO naval exercises. The British Defense Ministry said the 360-ton Fittleton was still afloat in the North Sea at nightO fall with rescue vessels searching for survivors. A spokesman for the ministry said Royal Navy divers were trying to reach any men who might be trapped in the wood hull of the capsized vessel. The Fittleton's 44 crew members were reservists known as "weekend sailors." They get the name because they sign for five years of weekend training plus three cruises a year. A navy spokesman said damage to the 2,630-ton Mermaid, the flagship of RAdm. Hugo Hollins, the commander of reserve forces, was only superficial. The ship has a crew of 180. The ministry gave no cause for the collision. A spokesman said winds were light at the scene of the crash and seas were calm, but there were patches of fog in the vicinity. Taking part in the rescue, he said, were two West German destroyers, Bayern and Hessen, and six Royal Navy minesweepers. German and Dutch patrol planes and British helicopters were also involved. The British frigate Achilles was dispatched to the scene. Confusion arose over the name of the overturned vessel. Jane's Fighting Ships, a standard reference book, said the Fittleton's name had been changed to Curzon, but a Royal Navy spokesman said this was not true. Curzon, he said, was the name of the reserve group from Sussex that manned the craft. The Fittleton sailed Sept. 10 to join the naval exercise, "Teamwork76," involving thousands of men, hundreds of ships and planes from North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries. The exercises have been going on for more than a week in the Atlantic Ocean, English Channel and North Sea. The Ministry of Defense said botn Mermaid and Fittleton had completed their roles in the NATO maneuvers and were on their way for a goodwill visit to Hamburg, West Germany, where they were due to arrive today. The frigate was in a collision just six months ago with the Icelandic gunboat Thor during the so-called Cod War between the two countries. Both sides accused the other at the time of deliberately ramming their vessels. Kissinger expects talk by weekend -M um LUSAKA, Zambia (AP)--Henry Kissinger told Pres. Kenneth Zaunda yesterday he expects Rhodesia's white rulers will clear the way by this weekend for early talks leading to rule by the black majority, an African diplomat reported. The diplomat said the secretary of state also raised several ques3 networks will televise debates NEW YORK (UPI)--The three major commercial television news networks announced yesterday they will televise the presidential campaign debates between Pres. Ford and Jimmy Carter despite their dissatisfaction with the ground rules. In separate announcements, ABC, CBS and NBC said they would telecast the first debate Thursday night in Philadelphia under the ground rules set down by the League of Women Voters. The league is sponsoring a series of three debates between Ford and Carter. The networks had complained about the league's rules and over the weekend hinted they might not cover the debates unless changes were made. Network officials criticized the league for permitting the two candidates to participate in selection of a moderator and the three journalists who will ask questions of the two candidates during the first debate. The networks also objected to rules concerning the positioning of microphones and cameras, including requiring them to share fixed "pool" cameras that would exclude any televised pictures of audience response. CBS News Pres. Richard Salant said in a statement that the decision to carry the debates was a difficult one. But, he said, CBS, despite its reservations, has decided to broadcast the event. NBC News said in its statement that the league's failure to modify its rules is regrettable because it keeps the networks from doing the best job possible. The NBC statement went on to say, "the central news is the debate itself and NBC will be in Philadelphia Thursday night to carry it live." ABC said it was in agreement with the other two networks and will carry the. debate. Hunt continues for missing plane in Phillippines MANILA (AP)--The hunt continues in the Philippines for a missing small plane carrying six Americans, Japanese and German diplomats. Authorities say it was broadened to include a search by frogmen of Lake Laguna De Bay south of Manila. The plane disappeared eight days ago, five minutes before it was to land. Among those aboard was the head of the U.S. Agency for International Development Mission in Mania, Garnett Zimmerly. More than 3,000 Philippine jungle scouts and other armed forces personnel are scouring heavily overgrown areas in mountains about 25 miles south of the capital. U.S. Air Force and Navy planes joined Philippine forces in the hunt. Frogmen entered the lake after authorities received a report that two unidentified persons saw a plane crash there eight days ago. Search authorities say a locator transmitter had picked up a beep signal that might have come from the downed plane. They say it could indicate some of the six passengers and two Philippine crewmembers are alive. The other Americans aboard the plane were U.S. Embassy economic counselor Edward Cheney and Deputy U.S. Director of the Asian Development Bank Henry Lee. The other passengers included the West German Embassy counselor; the projects manager of the Asian Development Bank's Irrigation Division and the minister counselor of the Japanese Embassy. tions with Kaunda relating to the substance of a final settlement. He reportedly did so at the request of Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith with whom Kissinger conferred Sunday in Pretoria, South Africa. Kaunda's clarifications will be transmitted to Smith through South African Prime Minister John Vorster, said the diplomat. He did not disclose details of the questions. Smith, who flew home to Salisbury after the meeting in Pretoria, told a broadcast interviewer "concrete results" had come out of the session with Kissinger and that there was a chance of a settlement "in the near future" between Rhodesia's 270,000 whites and its 5.7 million blacks. Vorster, too, said a Rhodesian settlement could result and said there had also been progress on the issue of South-West Africa, or Namibia, the territory the United Nations demands that South Africa give up. Kaunda was pressed by journalists to say if he considers as acceptable the provisional three-way understanding between Kissinger, Vorster and Smith. But he declined to discuss it before consulting with three fellow black African presidents, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Sir Seretse Khama of Botswana and Samora Machel of Mozambique. "We are dealing with a situation involving life and death," he said. "It would be wrong for one man to take a unilateral stand when so many leaders are involved." Kissinger himself planned to continue his week-old African peace shuttle by flying on to Tanzania from Lusaka to see Nyerere. Meantime, a senior U.S. official aboard Kissinger's plane told reporters the secretary thinks a Rhodesian constitutional parley, with both white and black negotiators, could begin as early as November. On Sunday, Zambian Foreign Minister Siteke Mwale told journalists before flying off to the United Nations in New York, "Zambia doesn't care whether the efforts by Dr. Kissinger to try and solve the Southern African issue, which has now reached its crucial stages, are aimed at winning Pres. Ford's election campaign. If Dr. Kissinger will win majority rule in Zimbabwe, (Rhodesia) and Namibia, that will be fine." Smith has to win the approval of his full cabinet and the caucus of the ruling Rhodesian Front Party for the understanding worked out with Kissinger and Vorster. The senior U.S. official said he thinks Smith, despite being accompanied in Pretoria by three key cabinet officials, will find it hard to persuade his political followers to endorse the Pretoria deal, but probably he will succeed. World News Digest PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UPI)--A Democratic candidate for the Senate from Rhode Island is expected to be named by tonight, one week after primary balloting failed to yield a conclusive result. The state Board of Elections expects to certify either Gov. Philip Noel or auto dealer Richard Lorber in the race against Republican John Chafee. MOSCOW (UPI)--Ambassador Averell Harriman says Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev is prepared to work for better Soviet-American relations with whoever wins the November presidential election. Harriman, who is now a foreign policy adviser to Jimmy Carter, met with Brezhnev yesterday at the Kremlin. WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Ford administration wants to sell planes and missiles to Iran and Saudi Arabia. Today, Undersecretary of State Philip Habib and LtGen. Howard Fish will make a sales pitch to a House subcommittee, while Asst. Secy. of State Alfred Atherton does the same thing in the Senate. Palme says party will return to power STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP)--Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme says his Social Democratic Party will return to power soon. He maintained in an interview on West Germany television that Swedish voters had not rejected the pioneering social welfare system erected by his party. He said the narrow defeat Sunday by his coalition government was not due to a vigorous campaign waged against government plans for a nationwide network of nuclear power plants. Falme's government lost its parliamentary majority in Sunday's na-tional elections to a three-party coalition of moderate non-Socialists. Palme's resignation was ac-opted yesterday by the speaker of Parliament. It ends 44 years of Social Democrat rule in Sweden. Palme is expected to be succeeded next month by Thorbjorn Falldin, leader o' the coalition and head of the Center Party. There has been no official Washington reaction to the election results. U.S.-Swedish relations have been strained because of Palme's support of the Palestinians at the United Nations and his oppositior to the U.S. during the ViEtnam War. State Department officials say privately they expect an improvement in American-Swedish relations once the new government takes over. Traders on the Stockholm Stock Exchange apparently view the election results with optimism. Stock prices made their biggest one-day gain in history yesterday. Detailers scheduled to visit Gitmo A 15-man team of enlisted detailers, representing all ratings except nuclear specialties, will visit Gitmo Thursday and Friday, vice Wednesday and Thursday as previously planned. See page 3 for the schedule of the detailers. I .&AL 0,0 A Im azttt Italatatt onty zhoAe-b ed dait, The Navylz 1976 Tuesday, Septembe 1,

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Guantanamo Gazette AR tZ -INolW ar~ Today's meeting GUANTANAMO BAY SELF DEFENSE CLUB will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Morin Center. OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marblehead Hall. For more information call 98258 AWH. THE SURE LOSERS WEIGHT REDUCING CLUB will meet at 7 p.m. For more information call Joanne Frandsen at 951197. BOY SCOUTS will meet in the Boy Scouts Hut, 6th St., Villamar at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Fox at 64462. GITMO BAY BRIDGE CLUB meets at 7 p.m. at the COMO Club. Cell Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. The club is open to all base residents. BINGO will be played at the CPO Club beginning at 8p.m. Tomorrow's meeting OKINAWA KARATE AFFILIATION will practice from 6 to 8 p.m. at Marblehead Hll. For more information call 98258 AWH. Bingo will be played at the Staff NCO Club beginning at 8 p.m. ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet. For more information call 95454 DWH. BOWLING There will be a men's and women's singles no-tap bowling tournament saturday at 7:30 p.m. Registration fee is $4 per person. Anyone interested in entering this tournament should sign up before 7:30 on the night of the tournament. The Friday Night Classic League is looking for another couple to bowl Friday's at 6 p.m. Anyone interested, call 95473 AT. The Wednesday Mixed-up Leftovers League needs a man, woman or couple who would like to bowl at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. Anyone interested, call 95473 AT. BASKETBALL CONTEST & MEETING Special Services is hosting a basketball free throw contest on Oct. 2. It will take place on the Cooper Field courts with 25 shots at the hoop. Bring your own ball. Roster deadline is 4 p.m. Sept. 30. All rosters submitted at that time will be final. Rosters will be submitted to Special Services. The organizational meeting for the basketball season will be held in the Special Services conference room at 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 1. All coaches are asked to be present at the meeting. NAVAL STATION WHITE RIFLE TEAM Anyone from Supply, Comptroller, Ordnance, Special Services and the Navy Exchange interested in shooting for the Naval Station White rifle team in the upcoming Admiral's Cup Trophy matches on Oct. 2 should call CM2 Sharp at 85526 DWH or 90263 AWH. GITMO SWINGERS OFFICER ELECTION The Gitmo Swingers Square Dance Club will hold its semiannual election of officers and monthly business meeting Saturday at 8 p.m. in the club hall. The club will have a workshop at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Jan Lingnau at 95543 AT. Comm Bull Boc unity L etin ard BASIC STRETCH AND SEW CLASSES Basic Stretch and Sew classes will begin Sept. 29 from 9-11 a.m. Leprn to sew with knits and to make patterns to fit your body measurements. Make a complete wardrobe in four weeks. For more information call 98297 AT. WEBELOS MEETING CANCELLED webelos den 1 and 2 meeting scheduled for Wednesday has been cancelled and the next meeting is scheduled for Sept. 29. For more information, call Tom Dempster at 99169 AT. JOB OPENING A part-time janitor is needed at the Child Day Care Center. Applications may be made by calling the center at 95405. BLUE DOLPHINS MOVE The Blue Dolphins will meet at the Marine site pool rather than the Windjammer pool from now on. ROSH HASHANAH SERVICES Rosh Hashanah Jewish High Holiday services will be held at McCalla Chapel Saturday beginning at 10 A.M. All interested personnel are cordially invited to attend. NEX JOB OPENINGS The Navy Exchange has a job opening for a full time clerk typist for the garage. Hours are 7:30 to 4:30, Monday thru Friday. For more information call 85348 CRESCENDOES TO PERFORM The Crescendoes will be performing at the Staff NCO Club Saturday night from Q-1. BALLET CLASS TO BEGIN The Caribbean Arts and Craft Assn. will be sponsoring a ballet class, which will be starting immediately. The class will be limited, and for more information or registration, call 952286. I.G. ARRIVES OCTOBER 6TH The Navy's Inspector General, RAdm. M. D. Carmody, will visit Gitmo Oct. 6 to observe the base's status of readiness, morale and management. A littered appearance will do more than anything to distract the inspecting party's attention from the important issues of how well we do our jobs here at Gitmo in support of the fleet. To prepare for the I. G., Oct. 5 has been designated for basewide cleanup. Let's all do our part to make Gitmo shine. UOS. NAVAL GUANTANA0D0AY, BASE CUBA H.p .B. M onell Cpt. Da0 V .5 L-d. Mi chal C y. fa s Off 01 Bill Br n 2 N 2 k e s e n f .......-. p o r JO0 o Gig .eporte o0 the N icffairsofficer eqimt the oinions that appea herein a-3e not todot asi of-00, fiia o r50, as ref lecting ,.0000 00, fie Depar, a ofi the 0000 0Na 0 005.0 COUPLES NIGHT AT WINDJAMMER The Windjammer will hold their couples night Sept. 25 from 8:15 until midnight. Music will be provided by the newest disco-rock band in Gitmo, Pegasus. There will be door prizes and favors. Couples only will be allowed in the main ballroom. The diing room opens at 5:30, so why not come early and enjoy dinner and then the dancing at the Windjammer for Couples Night. COFFEE SHOP'S SPECIAL The Navy Exchange Coffee Shop is now featuring a lunch special for school children. The special includes selected meat sandwiches, french fries along with a 12 ounce glass of kool-aid or half pint of milk, all for $.75. ISO SHOW TO PERFORM The USO show, Buck Starr Country Rock and Variety show will perform at the Downtown Lyceum on Sept. 25 from 7:30 p.m. and Leeward side on Sept. 26 beginning at 7:3 p.m. NAVAL LODGE TO MEET There will be a special communication at Caribbean Naval Lodge held in Masonic apts. bldg. #800 at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow for the purpose of conducting work in the second degree. All fellow craft and master Masons are cordially and fraternally invited to attend. COMISSARY TO CLOSE FOR SEMI-ANNUAL INVENTORY As directed by Navy Resale Systems Office, the Commissary Store will conduct the semi-annual physical inventory on Sept. 30. The store will be closed on this date and will resume normal hours of operation on Oc. 1. The officer-incharge and employees of the Commissary Store regret the inconvenience of this closing date coinciding with the scheduled Navy payday. Per,sonnel are urged and encouraged to plan accordingly. BOMBING AND STRAFING HELD Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target from 9 a.m. to 12 noon today, and again tomorrow through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal beach areas between Saint Nicolas and Caracoles points, and all of the upper bay north of Caracoles and Granadillo points will be off limits. For futher information, contact the Special Services Marina, ComNavBase duty officer or Base Police. BAKE SALE TO BE HELD AT NEX On Oct. 2, there will be a combined bake sale and craft sale in front of the Navy Exchange. A few of the items available will be knitted and crocheted items, live plants and hangers, dip'n drape dolls, shell jewelry and pictures, T-shirts, decorative pillows, ceramics and much more. The sale will be from 9-3 p.m. RED CROSS LEARN-TO-SWIM CLASS The American Red Cross is offering an adult learn-to swim class beginnin Oct. 5 at Villamar pool. The classes will be held each evening from 6 to 8. A second class will begin Oct. 18. Part cipants 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 Cross office or call 95434. BANK OUT OF MONEY ORDERS American National Bank is temporaily out of money orders. Supply has been ordered. Watch Gazette for time of arrival. We apologize for the inconvenience, please bear with US. Personnel interested in traveling to Kingston, should submit an approved enviromental leave request to BPTO. For more information on Kingston, call Mrs. Coffey at Ext. 85850. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY The chief of Naval Personnel has accepted the U.S. Army's invitation to send 16 SCPOs to the Army's Sergeants Major Acadeny. It is a 22-week course at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Completion of the course gives 18 semester hours of credit towards an Associate Degree in Management. Qualifications include being an E-8 with less than 23 years active service and having 24 months obligated service upon completion of the course. For more information contact EQCM Blickenstaff at 85769 or Career Counselor's Office at 85575. AIR CONDITIONING HOURS Summer air conditioning hours will remain in effect until the end of this month due to energy savings on base to date. The commander of the Naval Base authorized the two-week extension yesterday based on projections that the Naval Base will meet its goal of 15 per cent energy savings this month. Therefore, air conditioners may be turned on in offices and working spaces at 10 a.m. through Sept. 30. Beginning Oct. 1, air conditioners may not be turned on until 1 p.m. All hands are encouraged to conserve energy. Local talent to perform in Variety Show The Little Theatre, in a continuing effort to bring professional quality live entertainment to the Guantanamo Bay community, will present Variety Show III Oct. 2 at the W.T. Sampson Elementary School auditorium. It is the third in a series of variety shows presented primarily to--give local talent the chance to perform. The cast includes Muffett Crowell, drums; Cynthia Harris, vocalist; George Robinson, guitar; Victor Smith, vocalist; Cindy Udd, violinist; Bill Spencer, guitar/singer; Jim Onarato, pianist; Ed Oakes, vocalist; and Mike Muziko who will sing as well as be master of ceremonies. There will also be several comedy skits, one of which is a comical version of the Channel 8 news. Tickets will go on sale Sept. 25 and Oct. 2 in front of the Navy Exchapge. Tickets will also be given away over 1340 radio. There will be only one performance and limited seating is available, so make your plans early to attend the October production of Variety Show III. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY' S FIGUREr' TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,642,000 *TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,418,000 Page 2 Sept. 22 Oct. 20 Nov. 17 Dec. 15 Tuesday, September 21, 1976 MODELERS MEET TUESDAY There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay Modeling Association today at 7 p.m. at VL 12278. 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. EMBASSY FLIGHT R&R TO KINGSTON BPTO announces that one day R&R is now authorized in Kingston, Jamaica. The following embassy flights will be departing and returning as indicated below:

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Tuesday, September 21, 1976 UAW reconvenes bargaining team DETROIT, Mich. (AP)--The United to Workers reconvened its bargaing team yesterday to resume formal contract talks at Ford Motor Co. for the first time since 170,000 workers struck the automaker six days ago. Meanwhile, Ford's operations in Canada began to feel the pinch of the U.S. strike, as 1,600 workers at the Windsor, Ontario, engine plant received layoff notices. They were the first such layoffs since the strike began. Only informal talks have been conducted between top union and company bargainers since last Tuesday, when UAW Pres. Leonard Woodcock sent his bargaining committee home and ordered a midnight walkout which shut down Ford operations in 22 states. The 13-member bargaining team, which must approve any contract settlement, was to be briefed by Woodcock or UAW Vice Pres. Ken Bannon, and then decide a time for resuming formal talks with Ford. "The committee will get details of the exploratory contacts and will be reporting themselves on how the strike is going and what the membership sentiment is," a UAW spokesman said. *tudent protests heat-up in Panama PANAMA CITY (AP)--A shot fired high over the heads of Panamanian soldiers by a university student was met with a volley of rifle fire into the air as student demonstrations to protest government policies heated up yesterday. It appeared no one was injured in the exchange of fire, but at least three dozen persons were arrested. Witnesses said that when combat ready National Guardsmen arrived at the National University yesterday afternoon, they were first met by throngs and then a student ran from the crowd and fired a pistol over their heads. Moments later the guardsmen fired tear gas grenades onto the grounds of the National University and hit several students with rubber truncheons. Reporters saw a bleeding student running away. Winds carried the gas fumes away from the university. Tourists were seen at the Skyline-Panama Hotel with reddened eyes. Reporters at the scene said the student who fired the shot was inside the chainlink fence surrounding the university. He dashed to within a few feet of the guardsmen, who were on the other side of the fence, fired one shot above their heads, then ran back to the other students. About a dozen guardsmen wearing gas masks fired a few dozen shots into the air. The disturbance had begun about three hours earlier. The demonstrations against the government of Gen. Omar Torrijos began Sept. 10 when high school students took to the streets to protest increased food prices. They continued three days last week but yesterday was the first time university students had taken part. Shortly after the shooting incident, a small group of students climbed the fence alongside a quiet residential street and set fire to a parked car. They scrambled over the fence as the car burned. The guardsmen are patrolling four streets surrounding the university. Ford officials reported picket lines were peaceful yesterday at the 102 facilities crippled by the nationwide walkout, the second in nine years and third in the company's history. There has been no violence on the picket lines since the strike began. Ford officials have said all 14,000 hourly workers in Canada eventually would be laid off due to parts shortages caused by the U.S. strike. Talks on noneconomic issues between Ford of Canada and the UAW were continuing in Canada. The UAW, which negotiates separate but parellel contracts with Canadian subsidiaries of the U.S. carmakers, traditionally extends contracts in Canada until a settlement is reached in the United States. In Detroit, a chief stumbling block to quick settlement is a union demand for an additional 12 paid days off each year as a way to increase employment. Ford has opposed the demand as costly and detrimental to scheduling production, but the company has offered up to five days off for highseniority workers with perfect work attendance records. Other unresolved issues include revision of a pension agreement for retired workers and health and dental care improvements. The union also is seeking improvements in the Supplemental Unemployment Benefits (sub) Fund, a company-funded program to provide benefits for laid-off workers. Economists have said the strike should have no major effect on the nation' s economy unless it lasts beyond a month. The 1967 walkout against Ford lasted 66 days. The UAW has made Ford its target for setting the industry pattern on new agreements covering a total of 700,000 workers. Schedule for detailers AG/AC/PH/AS/AZ: Thursday, 8-11:30, Photo Lab for PH/AG; 1-4, NAS Hanger Dependent's Lounge for AC/AS/AZ; Friday, 8-11:30, Dependents' Lounge for AC/AS/AZ; 1-4, Dependents' Lounge. YN/PN/LN/PC/DM/LI/JO/IS: Thursday, 8-16:30 ESO Testing Room; Friday, 8-10:15, ESO Testing Room; 10:45-4, Leeward. AME/AMH/AD/ADJ/ADR/AF/ADCS/AMCS/AIRCREW; Thursday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS, AV-600 Power Plant for AM/AD/AF/AIRCREW; Friday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS AV-600 Power Plant for AM/AD/AF/AIRCREW. AT/AQ/AE/AW/AX: Thursday, 8-11:30, 1-4, AV-600 Avonics for AT/AQ/AE; Friday, 8-11:30, 1-4, AV-600 Avonics for AT/AQ/AE. AO/AB/PR: Thursday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS Crash Crew for AB: Friday, 8-11:30, 1-4, NAS Weapons for A0/PR. MS: Thursday, 8-11:30, Flagship Mess, 1-4, Deer Point; Friday, 8-4, Enlisted Galley NAS. OS/EW/FT/GM/TM/ST: Thursday, 8-4:30, Ordnance Training Room; Friday, 8-2:15, Ordance Training Room. ET/DS/CT: Thursday, 8-4, Topside CPO Club; Friday, 8-10:15, Topside CPO Club; 10:45-4, Leeward. RM/DP: Thursday, 8-4, Topside CPO Club; Friday, 8-10:15, Topside CPO Club; 10:45-4, Leeward. MA/BM/OH/SM: Thursday, 8-4:30, Base Police Training room; Friday, 8-10:15, Base Police; 10:45-4, Leeward. MM/DT:Thursday, 8-4:30, Hospital; Friday, 8-3, Hospital; CB's: Thursday, 8-4:30, Windjammer; Friday, 8-3, Windjammer. Engineering/Hull: Thursday, 8:30-11:30, Windjammer; 1-4:30, Windjammer; Friday 8-10:15, Windjammer. Women: 1-4, Gold Hill Barracks; SK/AK/DK/SH: Thursday, 8a.m., Servmart, SKCS Davenport's office. Friday, 1-3, NAS Supply Bldg. AV-600. Carter takes up unemployment (AP)--Jimmy Carter took up the unemployment problem yesterday during a whistle-stop tour of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It was a shift in emphasis away from the subject of tax reform that dominated campaign rhetoric during the weekend. In speeches along his route, Carter tied the unemployment rate to inflation and the rising cost of housing. And at one stop he declared, "This shows the insensitivity of the Republicans to you and your life." Carter began the trip at New York City's Penn Station. The train was to stop for the night in Pittsburgh. Carter is to return to his home in Plains, Ga., to continue preparations for Thursday's debate with Pres. Ford in Philadelphia. Mrs. Carter and vice-presidential nominee Walter Mondale are to continue the whistle-stop campaign today across Ohio and Indiana into Chicago. In a "Playboy" Magazine interview, Carter said his religious beliefs would not cause him to appoint Viking-2 search for life continues PASADENA, Calif. (AP)--Viking scientists may get another clue in the puzzling search for life on Mars when final results come in from a carbon release experiment on another soil sample. The soil was placed it a test cell on the Viking-2 lander for 120 hours, then heated to 1,200 degrees in an experiment called pyrolytic release. Any organisms in the soil, or at least those that. are earth-like, would give a carbon reading. First results of the life-seeking experiment were received at the Jet Propulsion laboratory Sunday, but the conclusive readings will not be received from the lander until tomorrow. Many of the JPL scientists attended a special meeting of the Space Science Board yesterday at nearby CalTech. Viking was only ore of several space-related topics discussed at a closed meeting of the board's Committee on Planetary Exploration. The board is a body of the National Research Council that advises the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on what plans scientists should make for future planetary missions. On Saturday the lander will be asked to dig soil to look for liferelated organic compounds in an area the scientists call Bonneville because of its similarity to the Utah Desert. The robot arm will dig into what appears to be a hard pan of encrusted soil in a tiny area that looks like the cracked surface of a dry lake bed. The lander will also take pictures to see if the scientists can determine what's ailing the balky robot arm. "We're going to take a series of pictures to try and fool the soil sampler this time," said Project Manager James Martin. "If it quits some place, we're going to know where." The mechanical arm stopped last week and failed to deliver a scoop of Martian pebbles for an x-ray inorganic analysis experiment. Attempts to dump a sample of pebbles into the x-ray test container apparertly failed this weekend after scientists sent a command to jiggle the sample out of the scoop. Either there were no pebbles in the scoop or the pebbles were to large to pass through the funnel aboard the lander, mission spokesmen said. The two Viking landers on Mars have found some evidence scientists believe could have resulted from biological activity, but project leaders Carl Sagan and Gerald Soffer said organic confirmation is needed to settle the question of life on the planet. "We have found the biology, but we now need the organic chemistry," Sagan said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." judges who would be either harsh or lenient toward offenses such as adultery, drug use or homosexuality. He said he would choose people who are competent and whose judgement and integrity is sound. Carter also stated that some of the strict standards of his Baptist faith are almost impossible to maintain. He said he has looked at a lot of women with lust and has committed adultery "in his heart" many times. But he said he believes God forgives him for it. Mrs. Carter told newsmen yesterday that she never had to worry at all about her husband committing adultery. She said Carter never told her about his remark in the magazine interview. But she said, "I trust him completely." In Lewiston, Maine, yesterday, vice-presidential candidate Walter Mondale continued the Democratic counter-attack on tax issues. He declared if he were a Republican, the last thing he would bring up would be tax reform. He said the GOP has a "lousy" record in that area. Mondale said that Pres. Ford and his running-mate, Robert Dole, want to retain so-called tax shelters and tax loopholes. The Minnesota senator charged the only tax relief proposed by Ford would benefit persons with annual incomes of $50,000 or more. Pres. Ford remained at the White House yesterday where he told visiting farm credit executives that Carter's tax policy is just the opposite of what the Republicans would like. Ford said medium-income families should be given more tax breaks than more tax burdens. The President's criticism of Carter was echoed by running mate Robert Dole in Florida. In Fort Lauderdale, the Kansas senator declared that "A vote for Carter is a vote for a tax increase." Dole told an Orlando, Fla., audience that Carter wants to raise taxes for about half the families in the country. Dole has been pounding at the stands Carter outlined in an interview with the Associated Press. Carter contends the Republicans are distorting his views. But Dole accuses Carter of failing to understand the U.S. tax system. -1Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

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Page 4 Milar wins single title in tournament In the Inter-Command Tennis Tournament completed last Saturday, the Marine Barracks, led by John Milar finished in first place. John won the singles title with a final round victory over Ron Baumann of NAS. Ron and his doubles partner, Charlie Gaussarin topped John and Bob Bickford for the title. Milar and Baumann led their teams to respective first and second place finishes. Marine Barracks wound up with 20 points and NAS 19. AFRTS was third with 18 points followed by High School with 17, Comptroller with 15, JCCRC with 9, and Hospital with 8 points. 7zi!Z 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 be accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale Galaxie-V ham, five-band transeiver with AC/DC power supplies, 300 watts PEP, $175. Call 95554 AWH. 1974 Suzuki T-500, good condition, $850 or will trade for reliable transportation. Call 95537 AWH. 1972 Honda CB-350, hi-rise handlebars, new cables, sissy bar and owner's manual, excellent condition, $600. Call 952289 AT. Acoustic guitar, 'Ecko', brand new, $250; Black Forrest cockoo clock, $50. Call 98269 AT. 1970 Ford LTD station wagon, good condition, $1500 or best offer; 1969 Chevrolet pick-up truck with threespeed Hurst shifter, $1700 or best offer; picnic table with bench, $15; one child's picnic table $5. Call 85798 DWH or 952260 AWH. 1968 Fiat 124 sports coupe, 4-speed, new tires, 1438 C.C. engine with DOHC, 4-wheel disc brakes, must sell by Friday. Call 95543 AT or see at KB 363-B. 18'x12' harrcl boat, with 18 hp Evinrude engine. Call 64551 AT. 1966 Chevrolet Impala, $600 or best offer; Sears tent, sleeps four, $20; sofa, chair and end table, $40; baby mattress for a crib, $5; dresser, $5; stereo with AM/FM and turntable, $40. Call 952205 AT. 1970 Mercury Colony Park station wagon, all power, A/C, auto speed control, Daytona radials, $1500. Call 952253 AWH or 85696 DWH. 20'x12' pontoon barrel boat, no motor. Call 64226. Recliner, dark brown leather, 22,000 BTU A/C, 19" B&W TV, room size red carpet. Call 951234 DWH or 99215 AWH. AMF bowling shoes, ladies size 7, new, never been worn, $7.90. Call 99142 AT. Baby items: Peterson stroller with removable sun canopy, $5; standard size crib mattress, $10; back pack carrier, $7; car seat, $10; diaper pail, 22 1/2' tall with deodorant well inside lid, $4; expandable wooden portable fence, 12' in diameter. Call 99142 AT. AM/FM 8-track stereo spacer, excellent condition, $85. Call 64394 DWH, ask for Brooks. Guantanamo Gazette B AR-. Baseball scores AMERICAN LEAGUE Milwaukee 4, New York Yankees 2 Boston 12, Detroit 6 California 1, Texas 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Mets 5, Pittsburgh 4 NFL football scores NFL SCORE FROM LAST NIGHT Oakland 24, Kansas City 21 1972 CB-100, $250; call 96292 AT. 12,000 BTU Feeders A/C, $80; call 99106 AWH. 1969 Ford Galaxie, 390, excellent running condition, $600. Call 85730 DWN and ask for Gunner. Two, 5,000 BTU air conditioners, $85 and $65, or $135 for both; hand mixer, $5; magazine rack, $10; floor lamp with table, $15; bathroom cabinet, $10. Call 951247 DWH or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. 1959 Ford, runs but needs a little work, four good tires, $250 firm. Call 64217 DWH. Bull's Eye mast, $35 or best offer; Sea Scout dingy, needs to be finished, make offer. Call 95446 AT. Sailboat with cradle, $225 firm. Call Baumann at 64251 DWH. Lloyds stereo with AM/FM stereo receiver and 8-track player/recorder, microphones, BSR turntable, headphones, 2 speakers and stand, very good condition, price negotiable. Call 85113 DWH or see at GHB rm P203. found Ladies watch in NEX parking lot last week. Call 95473 AT to identify. Sack with items purchased at MCX last Saturday, found at Harry Hong Kong's Tailor Shop. Call 95475 and identify. Female dog in the vicinity of Kittery Beach housing area. Call 96206 AT and identify. wanted 3-speed shifter for Chevy. Call J. C. at 90113 DWH. Someone to repair Coronado sewing machine. Call 95528 AWH. Bartender at Staff NCO Club, female preferred, must be over 21, hours 11:30 to 4 Mon. thru Fri., must have good personality. Call Top Ski at 951234 DWN for interview. services Cakes decorated for all occassions. Call 95492 AT. Decorated cakes for all occassions. Call 85649 AT. House and stove cleaning on weekends, call Burke at 85734 or 85231 DWH. Will babysit in my home from Monday thru Friday, and can be reached at 97113 AT. or stop by 1247B, Villamar, on 6th street. Tuesday, September 21, 1976 Kegler's Korner By D. Drewry Last week's bowling results: Wednesday Mixed-up Leftovers-Wesley Reid 227 and 210 games for a real nice 596 series. Thursday Afternoon Freetimers-Ann Kelly 424 series and Cheryl Inman a 174 game. 7-Point Iguana-Dale Goodwin took the weekly high honors with a 222 game and a 582 series. Others include, McClain 558 series and 200 games by Danny Whitehead, "Moe" Moritz and Tom Alsop. Friday Night Classics-Jim Wilhelm, an apparent star on the rise, turned in a fine 224 game and 564 series and Sharon Herrin, already a star, posted a 199 game this week. Friday Comm-Dough Drewry 205,224, 190/619 and Tom Harvey hit a personal high 166 game. Saturday Juniors-for the boys, Carl Bascara 193/495, Todd Christensen 451 series and Earl Bacon with an outstanding 220 game. For the girls, Teresa Martin 173/469 and Cheryl Grimes 159/398. As a note to the men, members of Gitmo's Men's Bowling Association stand ready to assist leagues in any possible capacity. Present members are, President-Doug Drewry, Vice President-Mike Pind, Secretary/ Treasurer-Jim Kayser and board members Bruce Johnstone, Dale Goodwin, Ken Lewis and Jerry McCombs. The Vice President, "Chief" Mike Pind, is departing Gitmo soon, his assistance in the administration and operation of the association has been greatly appreciated. To Mike, the association extends their personal "kudo" for a job'well done. The association is sponsoring an ABC approved Thanksgiving Tournament for singles and doubles events. Bowlers should start looking for partners early. More on this when entry dates are published. NavSta in first place in touch football The following are the standings in the touch football league after the game played Sept. 16: NavSta First place Security Group Second place Marine Barracks NAS Airdales Third place NAS Blackshoes Fourth place Crane Hill (tied) Baseball standings AMERICAN EAST New York Baltimore Cleveland Boston Detroit Milwaukee WEST Kansas City Oakland Minnesota California Texas Chicago NATIONAL EAST Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal WEST Cincinnati Los Angeles Houston San Francisco San Diego Atlanta W 92 81 76 74 67 64 87 81 77 70 68 63 89 85 80 69 68 51 96 84 75 70 68 66 L 56 68 73 76 82 85 63 69 75 82 83 88 59 64 70 81 81 97 55 66 77 80 83 86 Jim Kayser has completed the 1976 certification of the alleys. A few minor repairs are needed, but none of sufficient importance to stop official certification. Jim also informed me that the 1975-76 Yearbook is almost completed and should be in print shortly. I believe the ABC and WIBC plan to issue a joint yearbook again this year, free to all members. Michigan leads UPI poll for second week NEW YORK (UPI)--The 1976 UPI Board of Coaches top 20 college football teams (2nd week) with firstplace votes in parentheses. TEAM POINTS 1. Michigan (31) (2-0-0) 405 2. Ohio State (5) (2-0-0) 335 3. Pittsburgh (4) (2-0-0) 304 4. UCLA (1) (2-0-0) 295 5. Oklahoma (2-0) 262 6. Nebraska (1) (1-0-1) 151 7. Georgia (2-0) 135 8. Maryland (2-0-0) 98 9. Texas A&M (2-0-0) 86 10. Penn State (1-1-0) 58 11. Arkansas (2-0-0) 47 12. Kansas (3-0-0) 35 13. Alabama (1-1-0) 28 14. Illinois (2-0-0) 21 15. Southern Cal (1-1-0) 9 16. LSU (1-0-1) 9 17. Boston College (2-0-0) 7 18. North Carolina (3-0-0) 6 19. Texas Tech (2-0-0) 3 20. Florida (2-0-0) 3 By agreement with the American football coaches, teams on probation by the NCAA are ineligible for top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. Those teams on probation for 1976 are Mississippi State, Michigan State, SMU, Long Beach State and Southwestern Louisiana. Football standings EAST Miami New England Buffalo New York Jets CENTRAL Houston Cleveland Cincinnati Pittsburgh WEST San Diego Oakland Denver Kansas City Tampa Bay W 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 L 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST St. Louis 2 Washington 2 Dallap 2 Philadelphia 1 New York Giants 0 CENTRAL Chicago 2 Minnesota 1 Detroit 1 Green Bay 0 WEST Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 1 Seattle 0 Atlanta 0 New Orleans 0


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