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I RX Kissinger makes speech to General Assembly

w UNITED NATICNS, N.Y. (AP)-- The United Natioins reconizes SWAPO 1;W vSecy. of State Henry Kissinger as heauthenticrprsnttv declared yesterday that Southern of the 900,O00 Namibian people, but

V orld News Digest Africa is on a course toward the group has had no role in independpeace and racial justice but out- ence deliberations arranged by the (UI.E)--The last and mightiest of side powers "fueling the flames of Vorster government.
the Navy's Essex class aircraft war and racial hatred could doom. op- Besides Southern Africa, Kissinge'r
carriers was retired yesterday after portunities that might never return." singled out the Middle East, Korea
more than a quarter-century of ser- Kissinger, making his annual and Cyprus as experiencing 'regional
vice. The USS Oriskany is the last speech before the U.N. General -rises"' that requires continued A of 24 sister ships, with names like Assembly, prepared the review Of activeU.S. diplomatic attention.
Yorktown, Hornet and Franklin, cred- world affairs with the thrust s In the Tiiddle East, he said the
ited with winning the Pacific in at the Soviet Union. ..United States favors an "early World War. II. Now the smallest and He said the United States is '~ ~resumption" of negotiations to
oldest carrier on active duty, the disturbed by the continuing settle the Arab-Israeli dispute and
45,000 ton vessel will be decommis- accumulation of Russian arms and, "There may be some countries who hopes that "Lebanese affairs will
sioned at Alameda, Calif. in an obvious reference to Angola, see a chance for advantage in soon be returned to the hands of "By recent instances of military fueling the flames of war and the people of Lebanon." PRINCETON,' N.J. (UPI)--Pollster interventions to tip the scales in radical hatred," Kissinger said. In Korea, he offered a phased
-George Gallup -believes that unless local conflicts in distant "But they are not motivated by program for ending the conflict be1Jimmy Carter improves his Democratic continents ." ' concern for the peoples of Africa, tween North and South and said
presidential campaign efforts, the Beside-s the evident irritation or for peace." negotiations to ease tensions and .
November election will be too close with Moscow,' he jabbed at the'Third Sam Nujoma, president, of the leading to ultimate reunification
to predict. Gallup told a Princeton World for bloc voting and a wide- South-West Africa Peopl'e's Organiz- could-first begin with the two
University audience Pres. Ford is spread~ tendency "to cone' here for '' tion (SWAPO), said, after the Kiss- Ko-reas- and- with the United States and
gaining on Carter in the South, and battle rather than negotiation." inger speech that if anyone is China joining afterwards.
.'among independent voter~s. - if these trends' persist, 'Kissinger inciting racial hatred in the For Cyprus, he proposed guidelines said, "The hope for world region "it has to be blamed on for negotiations to preserve the , WASHINGTON (UPI)--A Navy spokes- community will dissipate." (John) Vorster ," the South African island's independence while reducing
man says rough seas off Scotland In 'a report on his recent shuttle prime minister, and those who the area currently controlled by
are hampering the search for an F-14 diplomacy to Southern Africa, support and arm him. Turkey.
jet fighter which sank in the North Kissinger said Namibia appears
Atlantic after it rolled off a car- headed toward independence: from
rier deck on Sept. 14. The Navy South Africa "within a fixed, short m t illa ee.y to o c n e e c wants to recover the most expensive time limit" and that black mjrt ,u ih w l e d d lg to o c n ee c
plane in the U.S. arsenal, along rule' in' Rhodesia is in the offing SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--Rhodes- '
with a Phoenix missile and other within two years, ian: top-secret electronic gear. The region,' he said, is an lead his government's delegation
acid test of the world's hope for to the British government's conferTOKYO CUPI)--Military sources in peace and justice." He said diplo- ence to work out plans for an
Tokyo say Japanese and American matic failure in Namibia, the interim government, it was announced
technicians will conduct performance territory also called South-West here yesterday. *Pik
tests within a few days on a Soviet Africa, -anid in Rhodesia could make ' A spokesman for Smith's office MIG-25 let fighter flown to Japan Southern Africa "a vicious battle- also said the prime minister had by a defecting Soviet Air Force ground with consequences for' every replied to a message from thepilot. The super-secret MIG re- part of the world." British government about the conferportedly was designed 'to intercept Rivalry and interference, of non- ence.
and destroy high altitude bombers. Afric'an powers would "make a The spokesman said the Rhodesian mockery of Africa's hard-won' reply was confidential.,
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)--The struggle for independence from He stressed that the conference
Louisville Police Department this foreign domination," Kissinger was not a "constitutional conferweek honored private citizen Donna said. ence," but would be held in termsSi
lawyers, because she recently help- His remarks were clearly aimed of the proposals agreed to in
ed keep a thug from relieving a at the Soviet Union, which ha's Pretoria, South Africa, where Smith to run the day-to-day administration
policeman of his pistol. She did established footholds in a number met U.S. Secy. of State Henry Kiss- of the country in accordance with
so by biting the assailant on his of African countries and is a prim- inger on Sept. 19. the proposals accepted last Friday
shoulder and hand. Mrs. Sawyers cipal arms supplier for insurgents The council of state would in by Smith.
has been turned down in several at- in Southern Africa. At the same time, turn choose a council- of ministers, Smiths announcement means that tempts to join the force, passing he denied that the United States a majority of blacks under a black the white minority government and the written test, but failing the intends to stake out its own chairman, but with defense and law both major rival black nationalist
physical. sphere of influence on the continent. and order portfolios -in wh-ite hands, movements will be represented at the conference under the chAirmanWASHINGTON (UPI)--The Agriculture D r1w*, o " en u ag d o i m ship of Ivor Richards, Britain's
Department says another 15 million Res to be e o a d o home envoy to the United Nations.
bushels of wheat have been sold to Both the external and internal
the Soviet Union. The sale brings POINTE A PITRE, Guadaloupe ,AP)-- Banana cultivation, the major acti- wings of the Rhodesian African
to 87 million bushels the amount of Some 34,000 of the more than 70,000 vity in the affected region, already National Council, which seek control
wheat purchased by the Soviet Union persons evacuated in July from the has been seriously affected, and the under black rule, have said they under its long-term grain supply area around, the La Soufriere volcano tourist industry, another mainstay will send teams to the talks, due
agreement with the United States. on Guadaloupe are to be encouraged of the island's economy, also badly to be held Within two weeks.
WASHINGTON (AP)--Congress has to return home next week in an hit. A key issue to be resolved at
overridden Pres. Fody veto of a effort to reduce the economic and the conference will be the composiP
$56.5 billion appropriations bill social effects on the island. tio n of the interim government to
for the Department, of Labor and But with the volcano still rumbling shepherd the country to black rule.
Health, Education and Welfare. The and a major eruption still possible, Navy Exchange will hold Smith's acceptance of the Kissinger
final vote came in the Senate where the return will be progressive and
even some Republicans deserted the prudent, island prefect (governor) understanding that it would comprise
President. Earlier in the afternoon, Jean-Claude Aurousseau said Wednes- NayBirthday sal a supreme council of state and
both houses of Congress passed a day. council of ministers with the two compromise revenue-sharing measure key white held portfolios of dethat will direct more federal funds fense and law and order.
to state and local governments, and From Oct. 4,inormal activity will The Guantanamo Bay Navy Exchange
extend the program nearly four years be allowed in the Capesterre, is joining in the celebration of Inspector General to be
past the present deadline of this Goubeyre and Trois Rivieres areas. the 201st Anniversary of the U.S.'

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Party, whichwas the largest Christ- the Israeli border lost and their Mrtha, to'Lt(j.g.) Carl Hunt. The ian militia, said if the guerrillas backs to the Mediterranean. wedding will take place Oct. 21 in failed to withdraw by peaceful ne- Miami, Fla. Lt(J.g.) Hunt and his
gotiations "they will be comitiug SreligtS eue military suicide"h Sche bride to be are both employed iii Christians demand the guerrillas the NavSta Comptroller Department. stop their support of the leftist- The following is a schedule of Moslem side in the civil war, re- street light relampingby the Public Breastfeeding meetings turn to their refugee camps and Works Utilities Department: submit to Lebanese control of their Monday - Villamar activities. Tuesday - Oceanview, Corinaso Point, Oil Point, scheduled to begin Dental Clinic, Port
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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast High tide3:45pm Patl Patycloudy Low tide--l0:l3pm 3 to mostly cloudy. Sunie --6:52am Winds northerly Swvmet ---6:49pm 4-8 knots. Bay Low-76 Thea Nav's o y hote-bazsed di Vol. 31 No. 190 U.S. Naval Base', Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, October 1, 19716 Kissinger makes speech to General Assembly World News Digest (UI)--The last and mightiest of the Navy's Essex class aircraft carriers was retired yesterday after more than a quarter-century of service. The USS Oriskany is the last of 24 sister ships, with names like Yorktown, Hornet and Franklin, credited with winning the Pacific in World War II. Now the smallest and oldest carrier on active duty, the 45,000 ton vessel will be decommissioned at Alameda, Calif. PRINCETON, N.J. (UPI)--Pollster .George Gallup believes that unless Jimmy Carter improves his Democratic presidential campaign efforts, the November election will be too close to predict.Gallup told a Princeton University audience Pres. Ford is gaining on Carter in the South, and among independent voters. WASHINGTON (UPI)--A Navy spokesman says rough seas off Scotland are hampering the search for an F-14 jet fighter which sank in the North Atlantic after it rolled off a carrier deck on Sept. 14. The Navy wants to recover the most expensive plane in the U.S. arsenal, along with a Phoenix missile and other top-secret electronic gear. TOKYO (UPI)--Military sources in Tokyo say Japanese and American technicians will conduct performance tests within a few days on a Soviet MIG-25 jet fighter flown to Japan by a defecting Soviet Air Force pilot. The super-secret MIG reportedly was designed to intercept and destroy high altitude bombers. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)--The Louisville Police Department this week honored private citizen Donna Sawyers, because she recently helpWed keep thug from relieving a policeman of his pistol. She did so by biting the assailant on his shoulder and hand. Mrs. Sawyers has been turned down in several attempts to join the force, passing the written test, but failing the physical. WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Agriculture Department says another 15 million bushels of wheat have been sold to the Soviet Union. The sale brings to 87 million bushels the amount of wheat purchased by the Soviet Union under its long-term grain supply agreement with the United States. WASHINGTON (AP)--Congress has overridden Pres. Ford's veto of a $56.5 billion appropriations bill for the Department of Labor and Health, Education and Welfare. The final vote came in the Senate where even some Republicans deserted the President. Earlier in the afternoon, both houses of Congress passed a compromise revenue-sharing measure that will direct more federal funds to state and local governments, and extend the program nearly four years past the present deadline of this Deo. 11. USS Lexington to visit Gitmo The Yavy's training carrier, USS Lexington, begins a visit to Gitmo Sunday and will have an open house from 1 to 4:30 p.m. at Wharf Bravo. The Lexington is the Navy's oldest carrier and is homeported in Pensacola, Fla., where it is used for the training of Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard pilots. The Lexington is commanded by Capt. T. F. Rush and has a compliment of 81 officers and 1,344 enlisted men. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP)-Secy. of State Henry Kissinger declared yesterday that Southern Africa is on a course toward peace and racial justice but outside powers "fueling the flames of war and racial hatred could doom opportunities that might never return." Kissinger, making his annual speech before the U.N. General Assembly, prepared the review of world affairs with the thrusts at the Soviet Union. He said the United States is disturbed by the continuing accumulation of Russian arms and, in an obvious reference to Angola, "By recent instances of military interventions to tip the scales in local conflicts in distant continents." Besides the evident irritation with Moscow, he jabbed at the Third World for bloc voting and a widespread tendency "to come here for battle rather than negotiation." If these trends persist, Kissinger said, "The hope for world community will dissipate." In a report on his recent shuttle diplomacy to Southern Africa, Kissinger said Namibia appears headed toward independence from South Africa "within a fixed, short time limit" and that black majority rule in Rhodesia is in the offing within two years, The region, he said, is "an acid test of the world's hope for peace and justice." He said diplomatic failure in Namibia, the territory also called South-West Africa, and in Rhodesia could make Southern Africa "a vicious battleground with consequences for every part of the world." Rivalry and interference of nonAfrican powers would "make a mockery of Africa's hard-won struggle for independence from foreign domination," Kissinger said. His remarks were clearly aimed at the Soviet Union, which has established footholds in a number of African countries and is a principal arms supplier for insurgents in Southern Africa. At the same time, he denied that the United States intends to stake out its own sphere of influence on the continent. "There may be some countries who see a chance for advantage in fueling the flames of war and radical hatred," Kissinger said. "But they are not motivated by concern for the peoples-of Africa, or for peace." Sam Nujoma, president of the South-West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), said after the Kissinger speech that if anyone is inciting racial hatred in the region "it has to be blamed on (John) Vorster," the South African prime minister, and those who support and arm him. SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith will lead his government's delegation to the British government's conference to work out plans for an interim government, it was announced here yesterday. A spokesman for Smith's office also said the prime minister had replied to a message from the British government about the conference. The spokesman said the Rhodesian reply was confidential. He stressed that the conference was not a "constitutional conference," but would be held in terms of the proposals agreed to in Pretoria, South Africa, where Smith met U.S. Secy. of State Henry Kissinger on Sept. 19. The council of state would in turn choose a council of ministers, a majority of blacks under a black chairman, but with defense and law and order portfolios in white hands, Residents to be encouraged to go home POINTE A PITRE, Guadaloupe(.AP)-Some 34,000 of the more than 70,000 persons evacuated in July from the area around the La Soufriere volcano on Guadaloupe are to be encouraged to return home next week in an effort to reduce the economic and social effects on the island. But with the volcano still rumbling and a major eruption still possible, the return will be progressive and prudent, island prefect (governor) Jean-Claude Aurousseau said Wednesday. From Oct. 4,inormal activity will be allowed in the Capesterre, Goubeyre and Trois Rivieres areas between dawn and dusk. People wishing to stay overnight will have to sign a declaration assuming responsibility. New temporary settlements will be built on the edge of the danger zones for those wishing to commute to their work. Aurousseau said some 48,000 persons would be allowed to return to their work by the end of the year. The permission for evacuees to move back home was seen here primarily as a move to calm discontent among them, particularly over the temporary housing, and to damp down the economic repercussions. Banana cultivation, the major activity in the affected region, already has been seriously affected, and the tourist industry, another mainstay of the island's economy, also badly hit. Navy Exchange will hold Navy Birthday sale The Guantanamo Bay Navy Exchange is joining in the celebration of the 201st Anniversary of the U.S. Navy by-holding a Navy Birthday Sale from Oct. 12-16. During the event, selected merchandise will be made available at unusually low prices. Most departments of the exchange are participating in the celebration, and a number of items have been specifically procured which will enable authorized customers to enjoy truly outstanding savings. Many types of merchandise will be featured at tremendous savings over regular low Navy Exchange prices. Items identified with a star emblem will represent even greater savings. A number of the service departmentare also offering bonus values. The United Nations reconizes SWAPO as the authentic representative of the 900,000 Namibian people, but the group has had no role in independence deliberations arranged by the Vorster government. Besides Southern Africa, Kissinger singled out the Middle East. Korea and Cyprus as experiencing "regional rises" that requires continued, active U.S. diplomatic attention. In the Hiddle East, he said the United States favors an "early resumption" of negotiations to settle the Arab-Israeli dispute and hopes that "Lebanese affairs will soon be returned to the hands of the people of Lebanon." In Korea, he offered a phased program for ending the conflict between North and South and said negotiations to ease tensions and leading to ultimate reunification could first begin with the two Koreas and with the United States and China joining afterwards. For Cyprus, he proposed guidelines for negotiations to preserve the island's independence while reducing the area currently controlled by Turkey. to run the day-to-day administration of the country in accordance with the proposals accepted last Friday by Smith. Smith's announcement means that the white minority government and both major rival black nationalist movements will be represented at the conference under the chAirmanship of Ivor Richards, Britain's envoy to the United Nations. Both the external and internal wings of the Rhodesian African National Council, which seek control under black rule, have said they will send teams to the talks, due to be held within two weeks. A key issue to be resolved at the conference will be the composition of the interim government to shepherd the country to black rule. Smith's acceptance of the Kissinger proposals was on the basis of an understanding that it would comprise a supreme council of state and council of ministers with the two key white held portfolios of defense and law and order. Inspector General to be available for consulting The Navy's Inspector General, RAdm. M.D. Carmody, will be available to consult with any individual, military or U.S. Navy civilian employe, privately. The inspector general will meet with personnel on Oct. 6. Persons on Windward desiring to see the admiral may call 85100 or 85441 and leave their names, positions and phone numbers. Leeward personnel should call 64372 and leave the same information. Smith will lead delegation to conference

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Page 2 Community Bulletin Board *0 Today's meeting' The SOCIALIZERS Club will be playIng cards, dominoes, rummy, royal picino and bos*o from 7 to midnight. SUNDAY PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to the 2nd grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a.m., CHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCalla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191, IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB will meet at the COMO Club at 7 p.m. Games are open to all base residents. For more information call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. SOUND SCENE OPEN SUNDAY Due to the arrival of the Lexington, the Navy Exchange retail store and Sound Scene will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. SWIM CLUB MEETING There will be a meeting of all interested people for the Swim Club at the Yacht Club Monday at 8:30 p.m. DOGS BOTHER SHED BUILDERS MCB-1 is currently engaged in constructing storage sheds in the Villamar area. Recently they have been harrassed by a number of dogs. Dog owners are requested to keep their pets restrained while the sheds are under construction. BLUE DOLPHINS SWIM MEET The Blue Dolphins Swim Club will have a development meet at the Marine pool Oct. 9 from 9 to 10 a.m. Come out and support Gitmo's newest club and its youngsters. RED CROSS NOTES For the convenience of all concerned the Red Cross Office-Gitmo has two phone numbers, a primary and an alternate. The primary number is 95434 and the alternate is 85676. It is suggested that you place the alternate number in your telephone directory along with the primary number. All persons registered in the American Red Cross Adult Learn to Swim class are asked to report to the Enlisted pool rather than the Villamar pool. The first class will begin at approximately 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. We regret we are unable to take additional registrations for this class. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,355,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,960,000 Guantanamo Gazette BRACKET DRAG RACING SCHEDULED AT OCEANVIEW THIS.SUNDAY The Guantanamo Bay Racing Association will hold bracket drag racing at Oceanview Speedway Sunday. Time trials and carbon runs begin at 11:30 a.m. and competition begins at 1:30 p.m. All cars must pass an inspection before participating. The club is also in need of motorcycle participants. A performance clinic will be held tomorrow beginning at 2:30 p.m. A very important meeting will be held following races Sunday at the clubhouse. HAM AMATEUR CLUB TO MEET All base hams and future hams are requested to meet at the clubhouse Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. This meeting is to elect officers and reestablish the club. All equipment and material must be returned to the club at this time. For further information contact Art Borland at 95554 AWH. MCB-1 ISSUES SAFETY WARNING MCB-1 would like to advise all parents to keep their children off the boxes containing the storage shed material. These boxes are now in the housing areas and could present a safety hazard to small children. BOY SCOUT TROOP 435 HELPS TO POLISH THE ROCK A clean up party-pot luck supper combined work and fun as the members of Boy Scout Troop 435 and their parents pitched in to police the exteriors and interiors of the scout huts in their effort to polish a part of the rock. Over 15 boys participated in this boyorganized event on Sept. 26, assisted by the following parents: Roger Butler, Sharon Fox, Thomas Hovatter, Claudia Barret, Cdr. and Mrs. Ed Fleury, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burchett, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Boll, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Murry. A short business meeting followed in which the regular meeting date and time were changed. Beginning Sunday, Troop 435 will meet at 6:30 p.m. every Sunday. New members are welcome. Boys interested in joining must be 11-years-old or in the sixth grade. For more information call Sharon Fox, 64462, or Jerry Burchett, 951069. SWINGERS SQUARE DANCE FRIDAY The Swingers Square Dance Club will dance Friday night at 8 in the club hall. A workshop will be held at 7:30. For more information call Jan Lingnau at 95543 AT. ROOFS DAMAGFD BY DEBRIS According to the housing office children are throwing rocks, sticks and other debris on the newly installed polyurethane roofs in the, Villamar area. He said if the top crust or coat of the roof is penetrated in any way the polyurethane will not stop moisture from being absorbed by the foam underneath. In addition to decreasing water resistance, puncturing the polyurethane covering decreases the ability of the roof to dissipate heat. The end result is that the roof covering will not reach its normal life span. The housing officer said disciplinary action will be taken against the parents of those children caught in the act of throwing objects on the new roofs. NON-U.S. WIVES TO HOLD MEETING The Non-U.S. Wives Club will hold a meeting at the new clubhouse at 7 p.m. Sunday. MONDAY NIGHT MEN'S EARLY HANDICAP LEAGUE TO MEET The Monday Night Men's Early Handicap League will hold an organizational meeting Monday at 5:15 p.m. at the bowling alley, League bowling will begin at 6 p.m. CHARMERS TO MEET TOMORROW All Charmers will meet at the Elementary School tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Practice will be held for fashion show. Bring notebook and do nails. NEW SCHEDULE FOR GITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB The Gitmo Self Defense Club practice meetings at Marblehead Hall will be held as follows: Tue-Wed 6-8 pm. Sunday 4-6 p.m. A new class will begin Tuesday. New members are welcome. For information call 85638, ask for Byron, YARD SALES There will be a multi-family packout yard sale at 1249 VL. Many great items from baby clothes to trinkets, tomorrow. Pre-packout yard sale at 121 TK, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Boy's clothing to size 6, toys in excellent condition, books, pots and pans, blankets, spices and other household accessories. For information call 952260 AT. Family yard sale tomorrow, 15 CO, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Draperies 84X100; 5,000 BTU A/C; humidifier;. bamboo curtains; ladies 10-speed bicycle; fencing material; baby diapers and clothing and other miscellaneous items. For more information call 85316 AT. Yard sale tomorrow 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 43B NH. Among items: AM/FM stereo; turntable; luggage; brief case; clothing; yard items; toys. Three-family yard sale tomorrow from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at 15A Caravela Loop. Items include: plants; clothing; toys; bikes; drapes; vacuum cleaner and antique clock. ,Yard sale, 66A Nob Hill, in back, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow. Call 98245 AT. Yard sale, two-family, 1219, lst Street, Villamar, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow. Black and white TV; family clothes; candles and miscellaneous items. Pre-packout yard sale, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 96C Villamar, tomorrow. Items: desk; toys; you name it. TRIVIA SHOP OPEN TOMORROW To accomodate the community, Treasure and Trivia will be open from 9 a.m. until noon tomorrow. Friday, 1 October 1, 1976 NOW YOU CAN GIVE THE ORDERS! PRICE HIKE AT FLAGSHIP MESS The Flagship Mess at Gold Hill Barracks has announced that beginning today there will be a five cent increase in price for all weals for all personnel who pay for their meals. COMPANY L MARINE WIVES TO MEET Co. L Marine Wives will meet at the Co. L classroom at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. There will be a guest speaker. For more information call Pat Smith at 97168. LAST CHANCE FOR PREP CLASSES Final placement test sessions will be held at the conference room of the Human Relations-Chaplain's building Monday at 9:30 a.m, and Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. In addition, servicepeople previously administered the tests should meet at the conference room Tuesday at 9 a.m. for finalizing necessary application forms. If further details are desired, call Mike Thro at 85553 DVH. TEEN CLUB TO BE OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS The Teen Club will be open Friday and Saturday nights from 7-12. All teenagers are invited to join in the fun and help make plans for future happenings. October will be a fun month. NOTICE TO ALL AMANA RADAR RANGE OWNERS If your range is in need of a light bulb or needs servicing, please contact the Navy Exchange retail store at 85461. FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION TO HOLD FIELD DAY A field day will be held tomorrow at the Fleet Reserve Home on Sherman Avenue and 6th Street. A good turnout is anticipated to help finish the playground for the children and buff-up for the I.G. EDUCATION SERVICES OFFICE IS CONDUCTING SURVEY Education Services is attempting to negotiate for seminar type college courses to be offered on base. The faculty would arrive on Gitmo every 4 or 6 weeks to give all-day weekend seminars. Assignments would be given until next visitation and final examinations. This would increase amount of courses available to personnel on base. Request anyone interested in participation fill out the below form and bring or send it to the Education Services Office within five days. No telephone calls, please. Level of classes desired: Associates Bachelor's Master's _Doctorate Major field desired: Liberal Arts Education Human Behavior Social Work Natural Science/Pre-Medicine Engineering __Electrical/Electronic Mechanical Civil Other Engineering Business Adm/Personnel Other _Occupational Education Accounting/Finance Architecture Horticulture/Agriculture/Wild Life Mgt./Forestry Name Rate Work Phone_ USN USMC CIV rap. S Johm H. MConnell Capt. David W .., conader fading Officer LCdr. Mich.el Chery.PublicA Mfairs Officer Jol ill Bro.ditor YN2 Mik, 5a55.Rpre J03 B my5b11 .eprter 053 SayUrig a. epr. 55 CayonSott.Rpre Te Cutan so Gazatte is published according to the mi to andreg1latio. 3ar hip ad stationnssp rs a P.,dS.5555 -35 and un.der She direeS s the NavaU Bse public affaire officer. Printed fiv mes wek.ly at overamnt xpen: a goernmen t asapearshe e e nottoibecostrud as offalo rpasreflectheg Nah e f. .5 s.S th Dpattme.t of SIe Navy. JUS. NAVAL BASE GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA

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Guerrillas give major loss to Syrians forces Friday, October 1, 1916 *EY, Lebanon (AP)--Palestinian guerrillas offered a major loss to Syrian forces early yesterday and top guerrilla leaders met in their mountain resort to decide whether to continue fighting or to negotiate. Syrian armored units kept up their advance and clashed with guerrillas' forward positions five miles from the villa where overall guerrilla chief Yasir Arafat met his senior military lieutenants. A Palestinian source said they were choosing between "war or talks." Lebanese leftist sources said Syria was demanding the Palestinians give up their positions on the BeirutDamascus highway and start withdrawing to refugee camps to the south. Aley is on the highway 10 miles east of Beirut. Forward positions of the guerrillas and their leftist Moslem allies are five miles east around another resort town, Bhamdoun. There was no word on responses to Egypt's call Wednesday for a limited Arab summit within 48 hours to deal with the worsened crises in the 17-month-old Lebanese civil war. Cease-fire efforts by new anese Pres. Elias Sarkis and league mediator Dr. Hassan abri Kholi have so far pro-ed futile. 4 -/ ---4,-i ---Guerrilla positions in an area juttOpinion among the guerrillas is ing into the 800-square-mile enclave said to be divided. Doves fear of their right-wing Christian enemies defiance could provoke Syriar north of the highway were overrun into crushing the movement completeafter a two-day Syrian push that began ly, and hawks argue that backing at dawn Tuesday. down will lead to Syrian domination Abu Jihad, guerrilla commander of anyway and believe the well-armed the mountain area, told Associated guerrillas can put up a good enough Press newsman Mohammed Salam before fight to make the Syrians back the Palestinian meeting started that down. "the Syrians will not win anything On other fronts, Palestinians said without a price." Syrian guns had been pounding the He said 10 Syrians tanks were northern port of Tripoli for 24 advancing on a village near hours. Bhamdoun, "and. our forces are Syria intervened in the Lebanese fighting them there." war with 13,000 troops and 450 On a small road outside Bhamdoun, tanks in June when the Palestiniana guerrilla with a shoulder fired leftist alliance appeared to have anti-tank gun told Selam, "go back the Christians on the run. Syria to Bhumdoun or die here." began aiding the Christian side in As Syrians moved in from the east, the hope of forcing the Palestinians Christian private Brmids were reand leftists to negotiate. ported to be gathering for attack The Palestinians are now boxed north of Aley. in, holding less than one-fifth of The radio operated by the Phalange the country, with their bases along Party, which.was the largest Christthe Israeli border lost and their ian militia, said if the guerrillas backs to the Mediterranean. failed tpe iuraied o wthdaw y peaceful negotiations "they will be commiting military suicide." Christians demand the guerrillas stop their support of the leftistMoslem side in the civil war, return to their refugee camps and submit to Lebanese control of their activities. Ford not worried about allegations WASHINGTON (AP)--Pres. Gerald Ford declared yesterday that "no money ever went to me personally" from past political campaigns, and said his conscience is clear in connection with past campaign finances and golf outings with corporation officials. In an abruptly convened Oval Office news conference, the President said he is confident two federal investigations now in progress will show he is "free of any allegations" of impropriety in handling campaign advances and golfing with business executives. At one point the President said flatly that congressional business had never been discussed with corporation officials on the golf course. Later he corrected himself, saying he may have discussed official matters "in a casual way." But he added that none of the executives ever ght any special favors from him. ith the two probes underway in Ve midst of the election campaign, Ford told reporters he thinks "it is vitally important that any aspect of either one of these matters be fully resolved as quickly as postsible." Democratic candidate Jimmy Carter, beginning a three-day northeastern campaign swing, said in Boston he accepts Ford's defense of his own moral character. But later, without mentioning Ford by name, Carter told a Boston College audience the nation has been damaged by a President's dependence on special interest lobbyists. With Sen. Edward Kennedy at his side for the first time, Carter also accused Ford of giving in to pressures from Arab leaders for economic boycotts. He followed up that line of attack in an address to Jewish community leaders in Boston. Both vice presidential candidates were in Pennsylvania yesterday. In the Republican stronghold of Oil City, Democrat Walter Mondale said if Carter is elected President, the former Georgia governor will work for full employment and programs to solve people's problems. At a Kiwanis Club meeting in Williamsport, Republican Robert Dole criticized Carter for blaming the nation's troubles on so-called "special interests" without naming them. Cub Scouts and Webelos receive awards Pack 401 held its monthly meeting ing Wednesday night and the following Cub Scouts and Webelos awards were presented by Cubmaster Dave Delong: Den 2 -Danny Norwalk, one gold, one silver arrow on Wolf; Danny Gillespie, 2 silver arrow points on Wolf, denner; Skipper Tomlin, Bobcat. Den 4 -Scott Ross, one silver arrow point on Wolf. Den 8 -Matthew Walters, advanced to Webelos; Michael Jacks, one year service star. Den 3 -Jeff Grant, advanced to Webelbs; Brian Flint, assistant denner. Webelos 1 -Dennis Gordon, aquanaut, athlete, sportsman; Lee Hollingsworth, aquanaut. Webelos 2 -Michael Chilldres, aquanaut, artist; Chris Delong, aquanaut, traveler, citizen, assistant denner; Steve Sweet, naturalist, sportsman, advanced to Boy Scouts, one year service star, one year perfect attendance pin; Charlie Ardinger, sportsman, citizen, two year service star, two years perfect attendance pin; Robert Harvey, aquanaut, athlete, artist, citizen; Michael Lohman, denner; Shawn Snyder, advanced to Boy Scouts. Adult awards -Charles Ardinger, plaque for outgoing supply chairman, two year service star; Tom Dempster, letter of appreciation as den leader of Webelos Den 2; Scott Smith, one year service star as committee member. Street light schedule The following is a schedule of street light relamping by the Public Works Utilities Department: Monday -Villamar Tuesday -Oceanview, Corinaso Point, Oil Point, Dental Clinic, Port Control, McCalla Hangar Road. Wednesday -Granadillo Circle and Point, East, Center, and West Bargo, Marina Point, Mobile Point. Thursday -Radio Point, Paola Point, Evans Point, Chapel Hill, Bay Hill. Friday -Turnkey, Kittery Beach, Iguana Terrace, Marine Site 1 and 2 Saturday -Industrial Area, Admin Hill, Trailer Park, Deer Point. Sunday -Sherman Avenue, Nob Hill, Hospital, Caravela Point, Recreation Road. It is not necessary to report burned out street lights to the PWD trouble desk. Hua Kuo Feng must be actor to maintain stability TOKYO (AP)--Chinese premier Hua Kuo Feng is an "actor" who "must attempt to be all things to all people" to maintain political stability in Peking, in the view of a U.S. China specialist just returned from a visit with Hua. Dr. William W. Whitson accompanied former U.S. Defense Secy. James Schlesinger, and the two Americans spent three hours with Hua and other Chinese leaders in Peking Tuesday. The premier, at least nominally China's top official, brings together radical and moderate leaders, but he lacks the binding "charisma" of Communist Party Chairman Mao TseTung, who died Sept. 9, Whitson said in the interview. He called Hua, who became premier in a surprise turn of events after ChouEn-Lai died last January, a "necessary manifestition for unity" that may last only several months, a year at most. "The strain (within the Peking leadership) will began to tell after the winter and may peak in late summer," and the state of the Chinese economy may be a decisive factor, said Whitson. He said longtime foreign residents in Peking told him they expect "great disorder under heaven," as the Chinese say, but that the present Chinese political system would survive. In the wide-ranging discussion with Schlesinger, Hua spoke with the apparent backing of other Chinese leaders present, Whitson said. "Hua gives the sense of being a very cultured Chinese gentleman. He takes cues from all sides and therefore he's an actor, like all Chinese," Whitson said. Guantanamo Gazette Page 3 Mr. and Mrs. Isidoro Vicente of Guantanamo Bay are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mirtha, to Lt(j.g.) Carl Hunt. The wedding will take place Oct. 21 in Miami, Fla. Lt(j.g.) Hunt and his bride to be are both employed if the NavSta Comptroller Department. Breastfeeding meetings scheduled to begin The name La Leche is Spanish and means "the milk." A non-sectarian, non-profit organization, the league's purpose is to help encourage "good mothering through breastfeeding." La Leche League began in a Chicago suburb 19 years ago when one mother who had successfully nursed her baby, helped another who wanted to breastfeed. This is still the basic approach, although the league is now international in scope, with more than 2300 groups helping thousands of women in the United States, Canada, and 38 foreign countries. All women who are interested in nursing their babies are invited, as are their babies. You need not be pregnant or even have a family to attend. If you are interested, you are welcome. Available at the La Leche League meetings are an excellent loan library containing many books on nursing, mothering, child care, childbirth, etc. The series of meetings will be led by Ann Thomson, 90195 AT, or Chris Magagna, 96127 AT. You can call them anytime if you have questions on nursing you wish to discuss with them. The following is a schedule of meetings which will be held at Nob Hill 68B., They will begin at 7:30 P.M. Oct. 6 -Advantages of breastfeeding to mother and baby. Nov. 3 -Art of breastfeeding and overcoming -difficulties. Dec. 8 -The family and the breastfed baby. Jan. 12 -Nutrition and weaning. Latest data shows no sign of organic material PASADENA, Calif. (AP)-The Viking mission's chances of finding life on Mars were dealt a blow yesterday when latest data from the Viking-2 robot showed no sign of organic material in the Martian soil. Life as man knows it is not possible without organics, tiny chains of carbon atoms, and neither of the Viking landers have found organic matter in their probes of Mars' red soil. Gentry Lee, director of the mission's science analysis, said there was still the possibility of life on Mars but admitted thst it was difficult to "explain no organics" Scientists said Viking-2 will conduct further searches for organics, including a dig under a Martian rock, but there was not much hope here at Jet Propulsion Laboratory that the elusive "building blocks of life" would be found.

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Friday, October 1, 1976 Corral offers family enjoyment Editor's note: The following is thc fourth in a series of articles by BMC Thompson, of the Special Services Sports Department. For anyone that has fantasies of being John Wayne or Dale Evans, gazing at distant sunsets from the lofty perch of a western saddle, the Special Services Corral offers the chance to act out your favorite horse opera. Located behind the vet clinic, just off Sherman Avenue, the corral provides rental and lease horses plus a myriad of riding trails that lead to some of the more remote spots on the base. Recently, the corral put into effect a small price increase that affected lessees and those boarding their own animals at the facility. Ashe overpowers Dibley in third round SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)--Top-seeded Arthur Ashe overpowered Colin Dibley of Australia, 5-4, 6-4, in the third round of the $125,000 Firemen's Fund Tennis Tournament at San Francisco. Ashe, who was upset by Brian Gottfried in the Pacific Southwest finals on Monday, showed no effects of a heel injury as he dispatched Dibley in a little over an hour. Hank Pfister, Bakersfield, Calif., who had to go through the qualifying process to make the tournament, pulled off the first major upset by beating fourth-seeded Stan Smith, 6-4, 6-4. Butch Walts of Atherton, Calif. eliminated tenth-seeded Cliff Drysdale of South Africa 6-1, 7-6. Waits was joined in the quarterfinals by second-seeded Harold Solomon. He beat Nick Saviano of Los Altos, Calif. 5-7, 6-1, 7-5. i7t 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 70 cc Honda motorcycle engine for parts; 305 cc Honda motorcycle engine for parts. Best offer, call 95498 AWH. Troy-Bilt roto tiller for hire. Use for gardens, flower beds, etc. Call 95498 AWH. Westinghouse refrigerator, white, about 15-16 cu.ft., very good condition, $50; call 85754 AT. Baby crib with mattress; baby's clothes closet; call 96215 AWH. Brown leather recliner, call 951245 DWH or 99215 AWN. Gitmo mobile, 1963 Falcon 2-door, runs well but could use minor work, best offer. Call 85554 DWH or see Lobo at rm. c-212 GHB. Parts from 1972 Pinto Squire station wagon, available at auto hobby shop today and tomorrow. For more information call Phil Doiron at 85600 DWH or 99225 AWN. The $5 increase for leasing a horse or renting stall space was necessary to provide proper care and feeding for each animal. At the same time Special Services made it possible for groups of people to share the cost of leasing a horse, where before it was a one person/one horse plan. It is now possible for several people to pool their money and share a steed. At present, there are 41 horses in the Special Services string, 18 of which are available for leasing only. The others are set aside for day-to-day rentals at a cost of $2 per hour on week days and $2.50 per hour on week-ends, Under the new fee system, a local equestrian can have a horse of his own under the lease program for just $70 a month. And, if you own your own animal, you can board it at the corral for $65 per month. The Gitmo one sees from the trails on horseback is completely different from what is seen from the housing areas and paved roads. Whether you take a leisurely ride off on your own or one of the overnight beach rides organized by the Rough Riders, you're bound to see the base under a new perspective. The Special Services corral would like to invite you out to our facility to look over the services we have to offer and to ask about our programs. Horse back riding is fun' And, it can be enjoyed by the entire family. UPI makes predictions Editor's note: The following are predictions for weekend pro football games by TPI broadcast sports editor Wally Martin: Rams over Dolphins Raiders over Patriots Bengals over BrownF Cowboys over Seahawks Lions over Packers Oilers over Saints Bills over Chiefs Cardinals over Giants Broncos over Chargers Bears over Redskins Eagles over Falcons 49ers over Jets Colts over Buccaneers Vikings over Steelers -7 1971 Yamaha 200, good transportation, $350. Call 96216 AT. 1973 Honda CL-100, $300. Call 85559 AWH, rm. M-205 GHB. Coleman stove, $10; Coleman lantern, $10; bike rack, $5; boat accessories, $15; 1/4 HP electric motor with grinding wheel, $10; Samsonite suitcase, $5; dishwasher, avocado green, $200! large storage cabinet with attached bookcase, $20; model airplane and gas; hot wheel tracks; .44 cal magnum cartridges, $3; call after 5 p.m., 85601. 1970 Ford LTD station wagon, good condition, $1,500 or best offer. Call 85798 DWH or 952260 AT. Gibson 12 string deluxe guitar with hard sheel case, $450; 8,000 BTU A/C, $120. Call 64437 AT. FOUND A female German Shepard, 4-7 months old, white with brown tip back, found Sunday at KB playground. To further identify for proof of ownership contact BP poundmaster at 85860 AT. Please leave name and telephone number. wanted 27" 10-speed bicycle. AT. services Cakes baked and decorated for all occasions. Call 95492 AT. Call 85435 BPTO Flight Schedule DAY/ ARRIVALS DEPARTURES DATE FROM ETA A/C FLT TO ETD A/C FLT Sat. Oct. 2 NO SCHEDULED FLIGHTS Sun. Oct. 3 NORF 1645 C141 ABA0475 Mon. Oct. 4 NORF 1320 C141 AQA0471 RSYRDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 KING 1745 C141 AQA0472 KING 1435 C141 AQA0471 Tue. Oct. 5 NORF 1200 C141 A0A0472 Wed. Oct. 6 NORF TBA C9/C118 RESERVE RSYRDS 1740 0141 ABA0474 Thu. SJUAN 0700 C118 DENTAL Oct. 7 NORF 1320 C141 AQA0471 NORF 1155 C1,1 ABA0474 KING 1745 C141 AQA0472 KING 1435 C141 AQA0471 Fri. Oct. 8 SJUAN 1745 C118 DENTAL NORF 1155 C141 AQA0472 Blue Dolphins establish membership test., In order to join the Blue Dolphins Swim Club it has been determined that the new members pass the following tests so that they will be par with the existing members. All age groups represent both sexes. 50 yds free style 6 and under 53 7-8 52 9-10 49 11-12 45 13-14 40 15-16 36 17-18 34 sec see see see sec see see 100 yds free style 11-12 13-14 15-16 17-18 1.32 1.22 1.14 1.10 min min min min *BAl 50 yds breast stroke 6 and under 1 7-8 56 9-10 52 11-12 48 13-14 44 15-16 40 17-18 37 50 yds butterfly 6 and under 55 7-8 52 9-10 49 11-12 46 13-14 42 15-16 38 17-18 36 50 yds back crawl 6 and under 57 7-8 53 9-10 .49 11-12 45 13-14 43 15-16 40 17-18 38 min sec sec sec see sec see sec see see see sec see see see sec sec see see sec sec BASEBALL SCORES FROM YESTERDAY AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 6, Cleveland 4 California 7, Chicago White Sox 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE No games NBA EXHIBITION GAMES New York Nets 104, New York Knicks 86 New Orleans Jazz 111, Milwaukee Bucks 110 (OT) Seattle Supersonics 109, Golden State Warriors 108 (OT) HOCKEY EXHIBITION GAMES New York Rangers 2, Boston 2 (Tie) Kansas City 101, San Antonio 89 Atlanta 8, Houston 4 Pittsburgh 6, Indianapolis 4 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 10-535-76 Cable Splicer, WG-10 15-039-76 Equipment Mechanic, WG-10 35-024-76 Employe Development Specialist, GS-11 10-763-76 Maintenance Representative, GS-7 10-762-76 Mechanical Engineer, GS-12 60-060-76 Clerk-Typist, AS-4 60-057-76 Projectionist (Part time) SALARY CLOSING DATE COMMAND $ 6.18 ph OPEN PHD $ 6.18 ph 11 Oct. 76 SRD $16255 pa 15 Nov. 76 CCPO $11046 pa OPEN $19386 pa OPEN $ 2'.89 ph 8 Oct. 76 $ 5.00 per 8 Oct. 76 movie PWD PWD S/S S/S Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 10-308-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 20-015-75 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 30-037-75 Accounts Maint. Clk., GS-3 45-085-75 Store Worker, (Int.), WG-4 94-001-75 Library Aid, (Int.), GS-2 $6296pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN $4.73ph OPEN $6296pa OPEN F Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette 0


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