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Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Wednesday, October 6, 1976



NEW SCHEDULE FOR GITMO DEER PARK ZOO COMMITTEE SELF D EFENSE CLUB TO MEET SATURDAY
The Gitmo Self Defense Club prac- The Deer Park Zoo is in danger of Co m n ytice meetings at Marblehead Hall closing. A reorganizational meeting will be held as follows: '. will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Zoo. New members are urgently
Tue-Wed 6-8 pm. needed.
Sunday, 4-6 p.m.
MACRAME POT HANOR CLASS
A new class will begin Tuesday. BEGINS OCTOBER 11 New members are welcome. For' information call 85638, ask for Byron. The Caribbean Arts and Crafts AsBoardsociation is sponsoring a macrame pot hanger class to begin on Oct. 11.
HOLIDAY CAKE DECORATING CLASS There will be morning and evening classes. The total cost for the
The Carribean Arts and Crafts class is $10. To register and for FIRST AID CLASS STARTS TODAY Association is sponsoring a basic more information call June Rittscher cake decorating course speciali- at 99191 AT.
The American Red Cross office- zing in holiday decorating starting BINGO will be played at theStaff wishes to remind registrants of the Nov. 2. The class will run eight R RT NCO Club beginning at 8 p.m. standard first aid course that the weeks and will be held Tuesday REEF RIDRS TO MEET ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet. classes will begin today at 7. mornings from 9 to 11. All class
For more information call 95454 DWH. The classes will be conducted at materials including a basic decor- This month's general membership the Red Cross building located ating kit, will be provided. The meeting will be held in the Elementary between the Sound Scene and the cost of these classes will be $40 School conference room B-9 on Thursday borrow's meeting N Lodge. and registration ends this Satur- at 7 p.m. An underwater slide show
day. For more information call will be presented. Reduced dues for BINGO will be played at the Wind- DAY CARE CENTER EXTENDS HOURS Mrs. Collier at 64460 AT or Karen October will be $2 and can be paid jammer beginning at 8 p.m. ' 'e 't ..... the hi l day Wardlaw at 85649 AT. starting at 6 p.m.
: ii: ~~Ef fective Satur day the child dayNAY ABAH'
care center will be open from 10 ' LIVE BOMBING TODAY NAVY SABBATH LPHINSSWIM MEET a.m. until 2 pm. on a trial basis Sunday has been officially desigoBLE DO for the next four weeks. ' This will Practice bombing and strafing natedas "Navy Sabbath" and the

The Blue Dolphins Swim Club will be in addition to the regular week- will be conducted on the Hicacal Protestant and Catholic Chapels inhave ade meet at . M end hours. Hot l'w heawill not ' ta'rget today from 2 until 3 p.m. vite the Guantanamo Bay public to ha ve deeopment meet at the Mar-; .. .. :: vteueGatnm a ulct
ine o Oct. 9 fr m 9 to 10 a . be served, but your child may bring For your safety, the Conde and HiiCome pout 9 fsrt Gitmo' newest a bag lunch from home. cacal beach areas between St. Ni-' Cmut and u youngsters. colas and Caracoles Points, and will be a special mass at 9:30 Sunc i nSCOTCH-DOUBLES BOWLING TOURNEY all of the upper. bay north of Ca- day morning followed at 11 by a
racoles and Granadillo Points will special Protestant service. There will be a scotch-doubles be off limits. For further inforCPO CLUB EVENTS no-tap bowling tournament Saturday mation contact the Special Services RAQUETBALL TOURNAMENT
Thursday night from 5 until 9 is beginning at 7:30 p.m. Entry fee Marina, ComNavBase duty officer or
BaePlc.'There will. be a raquetball tournabosse' night in the casual bar of is $5 per couple. ment at the Cooper Field courts on the CPO Club for all chiefs. FRIENDSHIP-DAY VOL'NTE Oct. 16 and 17. Roster deadline is ENDIDAYLUNTEES C-118 WILL DEPART AT 9 A.M M 4 p.m. on Oct. 14. The Orbiting Elements will be The Cuban-American Friendship-Day,
playing in the topside lounge of committee is looking for volunteers This week's C-118 reserve flight ' the CPO Club Friday night from 9 to help with . ntertainment and food. to Norfolk will be departing at COMMI SSARY S NAVY B I RTHDAY until 1. Persons wishing to helpwith enter- 9 a.m. tomorrow. All manifested SALE BEGINS TODAY tainment may"call 'LtOakes at 85138 personnel are required to check in WEBELOS MEET TOMORROW. DWH or Mr. Lianat'85h32 DWH. -For_ at BPTO between 5:30 and 7 and to The Commissary's Navy Birthday those who want to assist with fo9d . take the 7:30 ferry to 'Leeward ' Sale will begin today and end on Pack 401 Webelos dens 1 and 2 will for the event, ples a Poin. F ft ......aion Oct 16. Included n the se are ...a..eCbSou.u tmorw Wltna 55~DHo -L oe SK:,- Point. For further information Oct ... 16 t.ide"inte'slar
twatont 'ope at call 85850 DWH. more than 60 items with savings of night at 7:30. For more information 64220 D Cuban-American Friend up to 28 per cent. Look for voluncall Ron Walker at 96135. ship Day 1976 is tentatively scbed- ' tary price reductions markers on the uled for Dec. 6. shelves. Flyers listing the items LIBRARY OPEN ON COLUMBUS DAY CPO WIVES MEET TODAY on sale will be 'available at the enVa S tation.� .RED CROSS NOTES -:trne .
The Naval SainLibrary will RDCOSNTSThe CPO Wives Club will hdld its trne be open on Mon'day from 10 a.m. until. For the convenience of all con- regularly-scheduled meeting Wed6p.m. ' cerned the Red Cross Office-Gitmo nesday at 7 p.m. The meeting will ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA has twophone numbers, a primary be held at KB 366D. This is an SALESMAN NOW ON BASE BOWLING' LEAGUE NEEDS COUPLES and an.alternate. The primary num- 'important meeting and all members an Encyclopedia Britanber 'is 95434 and the alternate is are urged to attend. Please note representative now onase. The Midnight Ramblers Friday Night '85676.' It is suggested that you the change in tine and loeation. . Savigsarereoffered of at least 20 Bowling League has openings for place the alternate number in your per c e ofthe l n ew B n St ., t~ s:,r, ay:; :,, ." , .:. ,. . .... . .per cent on the all new Britannica
couples strting this Friday.' For telephone directory along with the 3, For more information call 'informatin call Pat Churba at primary numb r. 9624.3 AT. GOLF ASSOCIATION TO SPONSOR 'POINT TOURNEY COLUMBUS DAY
CIVIC COUNCIL MEETING TEEN CLUB TO BE'OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS On Columbus Day, Oct. 11, the NURSERY SCHOOL BOARD The ito Civic Council will hold Men's Golf.Association will sponsor TO HOLD MEETING its mnth~ly zignext Wednesday The Teen Club' will be open 'Friday *a "Point Tourney" open to all golfnight at 7:30 in the Arts and Orafts and Saturday nights from 7-12. All ers with' an estimated handicap. The Nursery School Board will have builinig. Fr more information cal teenagers are invited to join in the Fullhandicap to be used and played a meeting at 3 p.m. on Friday at the Judy Goodbar a 90251 AT. ' fun and help make plans for future as they appear on the card: nursery school. All board members happenings. October will be a fun and alternates are to attend. NAVY EXCHANGE AND SERVM ART month. '* Hole in On~e 15 points EXTEND HOURS FOR LEXINGTON DOGS BOTHER SHED BUILDERS Double Eagle 12 points FUMIGATION CHAMBER Eagle 8 points" WILL BE OPEN
The Navy Exchange and Servmart MCB-l is 'currently engaged in Birdie 6 points
will be 'open for longer hours to- 'constructing storage sheds in the Par 4 points The fumigation chamber will be morrow in order to" servethvisi- Villamar area. Recently they have 'Bogey 2 points open Friday from 7:30 am. to ing carrier Lexington. The Navy been harrassed by a number of; dogs. 3:30 p.m. to receive articles for Exchanewill remin open. until 9 Dog owners are requested to keep, Trophies to be awarded to the fumigation. These articles may be pm, whichis an hour later than their pets restrained while the three highest point totals. Play- picked up on the following Tuesday norml The Servmart will be open sheds are under construction. off to be held in case of ties. between the hours of 1 and 3p.m. from 7 to 9 p.m. Base residents The entry fee is $3. Make your own ,are also" eligible to shop during 'U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, foursome. All foursomes must sign ..these hours. BASE CUA up and'tee off before 1,0 a.m. 'There will be free soda and beer in the OPENINGS FOR BOWLING LEAGUES ORAIAINA ETN OF THE clubhouse for. entrants, Sign up at ,'Anyone, group or department, inMIDNIGHTr'RAMBLERS SET the pro shop, terested in starting a bowling leaIgue, now is the tine. There are t'o Thee wll e a oraniatinalMCBi ISUE SAETYWARING opes'ings for leagues. Tines are meeing of the Midnight Ramblers 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. bowing league for the winter ses- Cp.John H. McConnell Capt. David W. DeCok MCB-l would like to advise 41Egtaaelreaalallo sion at' I 'pm vunray" in t-he FT(' Ptoder tOOnding Officer parents to keep their children off 'ec ege:I neetdcl



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by



Mike Grogan



If, as has been written, the pun "Club member's bounce" -This is the lowest form of humor, then describes the action of the ball there is no portion of the English when, headed toward oblivion, the language that occupies the abysmal sphere strikes some unseen object
- - -- - -depths of the sports cliche, on the course and bounces on a more Every sport is bereft with such favorable line. Also known as an banalities but none are more often "officer's kick. Responsible for used than those that fill the still the saying "I'd rather be lucky than
- air around a golf course. There is good."
PISTOL CHAMIPIONS: The Marine Barracks Pistol Team recently took first something about golfers that enable This, of course, is but a small
place in, local matches and ,accepted the trophy from Capt. David W. DeCook. these seekers of linksian truth, sampling of golfing cliches heard
From left to right the 2am members are Sgt. Sanders, SSgt. Lee, SSgt to grin at their own cleverness each hole after hole, week after tedious
Cheatham and Lt. Terry. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) time they utter a refrain every week. It is time for a change!
hacker has used since the beginning Therefore, I have decided to form of time.. Herein is a compilation a new organization called Golfers
(I)of some of the more commonly used Languishing in Banalities, or"
Licliches' and their meanings: G.L.I.B. Anyone who can devise a "Television shot" - Describes a new cliche to replace an overworked Z Y ; .particularly spectacular shot of phrase will be automatical ma1 the type usually reserved for pros charter member. But if you can t playing on TV. Generally shouted think of one right away, don't be All ads will be run one time only. Lloyd's stereo seAMF receiver, by the shotmaker in tones loud discouraged. Remember, if at first
You must submit your ad each time 'BSR turntable, 8-track player/record- enough to draw the attention of you don't succeed...
you want it printed. Ads may be er, headphones, two microphones, two players three fairways away.
submitted by calling before 4 p.m. speakers, stand, very good condition. "Hit the ball,"Alice" - One of fobl
or by~ dropping it in one of the 'Call 85113 DWH. . several phrases coming into use Touch fotalstandings
drop boxes. Ads which discriminate when an important putt pulls up on the basis of ra'ce, sex, creed, short of the 'hole. Others are:
color or national origin will not 1973 Honda CR125 Elsinore Motocross "Never up, never in," and "No guts, Won Lost te accepted. The staff reserves bike, new rubber and pipe, wins no glory." Most golfers have only Security Group 7 1 the right to re-write any ad it races, $550.' See Sunday at MX enough intelligence to memorize one Marine Barracks 6 2 deems necessary. track at 1 p.m. Ask for TJ at of these deathless sayings and use NavSta Blue 6 2 90113 DWH, GEB Room E-101 AWH. it exclusively. More versatile NAS Airdales 4 ' 4 for sale' players are able to switch off to NAS Blackshoes 1 7 avoid redundancy. The really ~'Crane Hill '0 8 Surveyor CB2600 5 watt, 23 channel Full size bed and mattresses; 'two clever ones interject such 'names
CB. transceiver, almost new, $90. dressers to match, in very' good as Gertrude, Fanny or Hermione Baktblnta
Cal Bllat 541 WHor 544 WH. codiio. Wlltae bstofer the place of Alice. 'aktbl coaching ta Call ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I Bila 55 W r944AE odto.'iltk etofrThe high side" - Also known as Call 90156':after 5 p,.m. or 99131 the "1pro side." The portion of the to visit Gitmo 197 -3 Honda CL-1OO, $280. Call 85559 DWH. putting green you should aim at in
AWas orBb r.M-0.Two clown costumes sizes 4-5 and' order for the ball to break into A basketball coaching team will RCA23"colr T ingoo coditon, 6X.Cal 9995 T.the hole. If you' miss on the "high ''visit Gitmo this week to conduct RCA 3k'colr T ingoo coditon, 6X. Cal 9995 T~.side" you can boast of your exper- 'workshops for players, instructors, 7' $150. Call Shaw at '85699 DWH or tise. If you miss on the "low side" officials and other interested per85451 between 4:45. and 6:30 p.m. you are relegated to the ranks of sons.
the duff er. Either way you still The group includes the head basAssorted sections of picket fence, Two cribs with mattresses and have another putt to sink. ', ketball coach from East Carolina
each section 8-10 ft. long, $10 per sheets, $25 each; baby walker, $3; "In jail" -A term used whenever University of Greenville, N.C., and
'section. Call 85316 AT. baby back carrier, $5; slow cooker, the ball rests in such a position three assistant coaches, plus an
'199 herc~t rukC-blogbd, $10; electric bke nd' serve (new), as to hinder a full swing, i.e. ACC official and a sportscaster.,
196 ChvrlettrckC-1 lngbd, $10; cat supplies, including litter, 'behind a tree or in a staunch clump The basketball clinics will 'in6-cylinder, 3-speed, $1,000. Call! catnip, scratch post. Call 90150 of cactus. When spoken by the owner dlude films, lectures and practical 85521 AT. AWE. 'of the ball it is a solemn declara- application on Gitmo's hard courts.
'tion. When uttered by an opponent Friday, the team will visit the GE dishwasher, 'harvest gold,. less Pomg'TV'game, $60; Magnavox stereo the words are accompanied byr giggles high school all day, and will give than a year old, excellent condition. console, AM/FM, phono, $120; 8- and guffaws. practical demonstration at the MarCall 99276 AT. -.track player/recorder, '$65; oscil- "Cat box"'- A sand trap. Also mne Site courts at 6 p.m.
loscope, $100. Call 85601 AWE. 'known as "kitty litter" and "the On Saturday, Sunday and Monday
3-piece ladies wet suit and gloves, ' " beach'h" Hitting out of such a haz- the East Carolind group will be at $80; shark dart gun, 'new, $25; div- "The Green Thing", latest edition~. ard can be accomplished with a the Naval Station basketball courts
ing knife, $6; 2 weight belts, $3 One owner, 13,000Y miles, 'extras,' "blast" or "pick" shot, or if you're across from Special Services at
each; weights, 70t~ per pound. Call $3,260 or best offer. Call 85375 unlucky you may 'skull" the ball. 6 p.m. for sessions which will be
951001, ext. 237 AWH,' ask for DWH or 98295 AWE. Available in Some people find it worthwhile to open to the general public.
Christine Anderson. December. ' ' use a "Texas wedge." The possibili- Times and locations for film show7140 "2-hannel/4-channel reel-to- ties for cliches' around a trap boggle ings will be announced as they bethe ind.come available.
reel, brand new, $470;' Gibson 12 services ,h id
$450. Call 64277 AT. Will do babysitting in my home for
~working or non-working mothers , Pik the Pros Football Contest
1972 Chevrolet Custom-lO pick-up 'anytime 'day or night. Call 97113.' Win your choice of five different prizes donated by Special Services struck, excellent condition, new Iand qualify for the Pro-Play Off s Grand Prize by circling your picl-of CB, radio, 44,1000 miles, $2,100. 12-year-old gir'l would like'to ba'by- this week's pro games. For the Monday night game circle the winner and Call. 85501 DWH. sit anywhere, anytime. Call 98295 enter your guess at the total number of points that will be scored in,
AT. the game. In case of ties that participant closest to the correct number Barre boat, 33x12; fully equipped, ''of points scored without exceeding that amount 'will be the winner.
18 'HP Evinrude, $995 or best offer. Husband and wife interested in
Call 98256 AT. house-sitting from present through, Sunday, Oct. 10 Nov. 20. Call 64319 DWE or 85353 AlnatNeOras
1966 Mercury Comet, good running AWE. Bfaoa e okJt
condition, call' Harrison at Bay Hill, "Chicago, at Minnesota
number 742 AWE. 85451 wanted 'Dallas at New York Giants

Wooden magazine rack,'$10; hand mix- Someone who makes ice cream. Please Dansaerit at 'HWaston
er, $5; bathroom'cabinet, $10. Call call '97113 'by Friday. Maia atmr
951247 DWE or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. Miam 'nln at ' DBatior

24,000 BTU and 12,000 BTU Fedders ' ~Oakland at ' San Diego A/Cs, both in good condition. Call lost 'Pittsburgh at Cleveland
90233 AW.- St. Louis 'at Ph'iladelphia




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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast Cloudy with High tide-7:5Opm scattered rain Low'tcde-1:48pm and thvi&ocrSuA, 6e --6:53am ip showers Winds SHiflhe-----6:5p Bay c.-ditions Lo --4Te Navy'46 ontys hoARt-Obad deuoy 1-feet Vol. 31, No. 193 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cubs Wednesday, October 6, 1976 UA W and Ford reach tentative agreement DETROIT (AP)--United Auto Workers and strike-bound Ford Motor Company tentatively agreed late last night on an auto industry master contract. The agreement lays the foundation ftor a long-range union drive to win W four-day work week for its 700,000 members. The settlement on a new threeyear accord was announced by UAW Pres. Leonard Woodcock, almost three weeks to the hour after 170,000 workers struck the giant auto maker's plants in 22 states. Woodcock said no details would be announced until after the accord is reviewed today by the UAW's International Executive Board and tomorrow by the Ford National Council. Both bodies must approve the agreement before it can be submitted for a ratification vote. Reliable sources, however, have reported that the package includes 13 additional paid days off spread over the three years. Other provisions include general wage increases averaging slightly above three per cent a year and continuation of the current costof-living pay adjustment formula. Also, special cash supplements for retirees and improvements in fringe benefits. Despite the settlement, the nationwide walkout is almost certain to last another week due to the -atification process and slow pro* ess toward resolving dozens of disputes over new local plant working conditions. Only 37 of 99 Ford bargaining units had reached accord on new local agreements and Ford officials conceded that all workers will not end their walkout until the remaining disputes are resolved. Once the agreement is ratified, the union will use the pact as the basis for new accords covering an additional 530,000 workers at General Motors, Chrysler and American Motors. A highlight of the new agreement is the company' s concession on providing more paid days of f, in addition to the 33 days a year the average Ford worker already receives in paid holiday and vacation time. It could not be learned how the 13 days would be allotted, except for one of the days which will fall on July 3, 1978. INSPECTOR GENERAL ARRIVES: The Navy's Inspector General, KAdm. Martin D. Carmody, arrived at NAS last night for an inspection of Naval Base facilities. He was met by Capt. John H. McConnell, ComNavBase, and Capt. David W. DeCook, NavSta commanding officer. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) Second presidential debate scheduled for tonight SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--Pres. Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter spent most of yesterday preparing for their debate tonight in San Francisco. Insiders say both Ford and Carter will not be content to score a draw, as many believe was the case in their first debate. Both candidates are out for blood. The debate will deal with foreign and national security affairs. Carter is expected to sharpen his attack on Ford, and a report issued yesterday by non-partisan congressional investigators has given the Georgian more ammunition. It said Ford did not need to bomb Cambodian targets and dispatch Marines to rescue the captured.freighter Mayaguez last year. 'Cambodia reportedly was ready to free the hostages anyway. Forty-one Marines were killed in the operation. ComTacSupWing One inspects VC-10 During the visit of the Navy Inspector General, RAdm. M.D. Carmody, VC-10 underwent a special inspection of its own by Commander, Fleet Tactical Support Wing One, from Norfolk, Va. Leading a 19-member team, Capt. G.R. Olson arrived Monday to conduct an Administrative Material (ADMAT) Inspection of squadron, equipment and spaces. Highlighting the events was a personnel inspection yesterday morning on VC-10's flight line. Impressed with the appearance of all personnel, Commodore Olson named ADJ2 Ralph R. Conrad as the sharpest looking sailor in '-k-4I,0 ComTacSupWing One is VC-10's administrative superior and was here to ensure the efficiency of the squadron in all respects. Each member of the team is a specialist in his respective area and worked closely with VC-10 counterparts throughout the period. They comzented on all areas of the squadron's operations. One of the 12 squadrons that make up the wing, VC-10 is in competition for an efficiency "E" that will be awarded to the command that shows the best overall performance throneot this fiscal year. '41J VC-10 INSPECTION: Capt. G.R. Olson, ComTacSupWing One, flanked by Cdr. '.A. MacGillivray and Lt(j.g.) J.G. Waas, inspects VC-10 personnel on the VC-13 flight line. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) Carter said yesterday that Pres. Ford's signing Monday of a tax-revision bill does not mean that Ford supports tax reform. Carter says that, in actuality, the President has maintained a "passive and disinterested" stance on tax reform legislation. In a statement issued by his campaign staff, the Democratic presidential nominee says tax reform is an area where Republicans take care of the privileged, and Democrats speak for the people. The bill signed by the President extends personal tax cuts through the end of next year. It also restricts the use of some tax shelters and increases minimum taxes on the wealthy. Democratic vice-presidential nominee Walter Mondale told a University of Missouri audience yesterday that Pres. Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon made a mockery of the notion that no one is above the law. Mondale says the pardon "snuffed out" the process by which Nixon would have been accountable for Watergate crimes. The Minnesota senator said Ford showed "weakness of leadership" in his handling of the pardon. The speech was the first time Mondale has spoken at length on the Nixon pardon. Presidential nominee Jimmy Carter has said he would not make the pardon a campaign issue. But Mondale aides say the senator disagrees with Carter's stand. In his speech yesterday, Mondale made clear he was not accusing Ford or the Republican Party for Watergate abuses. The address came at the start of a three-day Mondale campaign tour of five Midwestern states, Texas and Florida. Republican vice-presidential candidate Robert Dole suggested yesterday that Jimmy Carter "take a page from Earl Butz's book," and consider withdrawing from the presidential race. Dole contends recent comments made by Carter on sex and adultery are about as bad as the racial slur which led Butz to resign as agriculture secretary. On a campaign swing through Virginia, Dole defended Pres. Ford against Carter's charge that Ford has not shown leadership. Dole said, "Carter wouldn't know leadership if he met it head on.' BANGROK, Thailand (AP)--At least 21 persons were killed as Thai police firing machine guns, grenades and antitank weapons stormed a university campus in Bangkok. Several thosand students were demonstrating against the presence in Thailand of former military ruler Thanom Kittikachorn. Police estimate the death toll asat least 21, and say more than 10 others were seriously wounded. But reporters at the scene say the casualty toll could well be far higher. A mob of angry right-wing students, mostly from vocational schools, had earlier exchanged fire with the Thammasat University group. The rightist students hanged two rival students from a tree near the campus. It could not be determined whether they were dead before being hanged. About 1,000 policemen surrounded the walled campus, and special units stormed the gates to break up the rally inside. Police say more than 300 students were arrested and others fled on boats or swam across the nearby river. An immediate cause of the violence apparently was a skit staged by leftists showing the Thai crown prince, played by a youth, hanging from a tree. The rightists said this was an insult to the Thai monarchy. Thanom, ousted three years ago, has touched off newfleft-right antagonisms since returning from exile last month. Prime Minister Seni Pramoj called a special cabinet meeting to discuss the situation. FTG3 Robert Delille dies after skateboard accident Word was received yesterday of the death of FTG3 Robert Delille. He died Monday afternoon at Bethesda Naval Hospital. The 20-year-old sailor, who had been assigned to SRD, received massive head injuries in a skateboard accident Saturday. The accident occurred as Delille was attempting to ride down John Paul Tones Hill. Students demonstrate in Thailand

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Guantanamo Gazette 7 7 Community Bulletin Board Today's meeting BINGO will be played NCO Club beginning at8 ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUSw For more information c Tomorrow's meet BINGO will be played jammer beginning at 8 p BLUE DOLPHINS SWIMt The Blue Dolphins Sw: have a development meet ine pool Oct. 9 from 9 Come out and support G: club and its youngsters CPO CLUB EVENTS Thursday night from bosses night in the cas the CPO Club for all ch The Orbiting Elements playing in the topside the CPO Club Friday nig until 1. WEBELOS MEET TOMORR Pack 401 Webelos dens meet at the Cub Scout I night at 7:30. For mo call Ron Walker at 9613 LIBRARY OPEN ON COL The Naval Station Li be open on Monday from 6 p.m. BOWLING LEAGUE NEED The Midnight Ramblers Bowling League has open couples starting this F information call Pat Ci 96243 AT. CIVIC COUNCIL MEETI The Gitro Civic Counc its monthly N.coing nex night at 7:30 in the Ar building. For more inf Judy Goodbar at 90251 A NAVY EXCHANGE AND S EXTEND HOURS FOR LE The Navy Exchange and will be open for longer morrow in order to serve ting carrier Lexington. Exchange will remain op p.m., which is an hour* normal. The Servmart w from 7 to 9 p.m. Base ,are also eligible to sh these hours. ORGANIZATIONAL MEET MIDNIGHT RAMBLERS S There will be an orgo meeting of the Midnight bowling league for the sion at 1 p.m. SundayI auditorium. All member league and especially t *are encouraged to attend residents sop during ING OF THE ET anizational t Ramblers winter sesin the FTG rs of the team captains nd. FIRST AID CLASS STARTS TOD The American Red Cross office at the Staff wishes to remind registrants of' 8 p.m. standard first aid course that will meet. classes will begin today at 7. all 95454 DWH. The classes will be conducted a the Red Cross building located ing between the Sound Scene and the Navy Lodge. at the WindDAY CARE CENTER EXTENDS HO .m. Effective Saturday, the child care center will be open from 1( a.m. until 2 p.m. on a trial bai MEET for the next four weeks. This im Club will be in addition to the regular w tend hours. Hot lunches will no athe0arbe served, but your child may bi to 10 a.m. itmo's newest a bag lunch from home. SCOTCH-DOUBLES BOWLING TOU There will be a scotch-double no-tap bowling tournament Satur( 5 until 9 is beginning at 7:30 p.m. Entry f fual bar of is $5 per couple. hie. FRIENDSHIP-DAY VOLUNTEERS b will be The Cuban-American Friendship lounge of committee is looking for volunteer aht from b to help with entertainment and Persons wishing to help with ent tainment may call Lt Oakes atur5 OW DWH or Mr. Lian at 85326 DWH. F those who want to assist with o s 1 and 2 will for the event, please call SRC hut tomorrow Walton at 85552 OWE or Lt Pope re information 64220 OWE. Cuban-American Frien 35.ship Day 1976 is tentatively uled for Dec. 6. UMBUS DAY brary will RED CROSS NOTES 10 a.m. until For the convenience of all co, cerned the Red Cross Off ice-Gitu has two phone numbers, a primary S COUPLES and an alternate. The primary her is 95434 and the alternated s Friday Night 85676. It is suggested that you nings for place the alternate number in y riday. For telephone directory along with t TurbahCt primary number. MG TEEN CLUB TO BE OPEN FRIDA' AND SATURDAY NIGHTS til will hold ohelpewthCe inmen Pt Wednesday person wi ll ep en ts and Orafts and Saturday nights from 7-12. formation call teenagers are invited to join in IT. fun and help make plans for futu happenings. October will be a f ERVMART month. 6XINGTON DOGS BOTHER SHED BUILDERS IServmart MCB-1 is currently engaged in rFhours toconstructing storage sheds in t re the visiVillamar area. Recently they hi hThe Navy been harassed by a number of d 'en until 9 Dog owners are requested to kee later than their pets restrained while the pill be open sheds are undernconstruction. Hole in One Double Eagle Eagle Birdie Par Bogey 15 points 12 points 8 points 6 points 4 points 2 points Trophies to be awarded to the three highest point totals. Playoff to be held in case of ties, The entry fee is $3. Make your own foursome. All foursomes must sign up and tee off before 10 a.m. There will.be free soda and beer in the clubhouse for entrants. Sign up at the pro shop. MCB-i 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. 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. F 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 p.m. Sunday 4-6 p.m. A new class will begin Tuesday. New members are welcome. For information call 85638, ask for Byron, HOLIDAY CAKE DECORATING CLASS The Carribean Arts and Crafts )AY Association is sponsoring a basic cake decorating course specialithezing in holiday decorating starting te Nov. 2. The class will run eight the weeks and will be held Tuesday mornings from 9 to 11. All class Lt materials including a basic decorating kit, will be provided. The cost of these classes will be $40 and registration ends this Saturday. For more information call URS Mrs. Collier at 64460 AT or Karen Wardlaw at 85649 AT. day 0 LIVE BOMBING TODAY sis will Practice bombing and strafing eekwill be conducted on the Hicacal t target today from 2 until 3 p.m. ring For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal beach areas between St. Nicolas and Caracoles Points, and RNEY all of the upper hay north of Caracoles and Granadillo Points will !s be off limits. For further inforday nation contact the Special Services ee Marina, ComNavBase duty officer or Base Police. C-118 WILL DEPART AT 9 A.M. Day eers This week's C-118 reserve flight food. to Norfolk will be departing at ter9 a.m. tomorrow. All manifested 5138 personnel are required to check in For at BPTO between 5:30 and 7 and to Dod take the 7:30 ferry to Leeward Point. For further information at call 85650 DWH. dhedCPO WIVES MEET TODAY The CPO Wives Club will hold its nregularlyscheduled meeting Wedmo nesday at 7 p.m. The meeting will y be held at KB 366D. This is an numimportant meeting and all members is are urged to attend. Please note u the change in time and location. our the GOLF ASSOCIATION TO SPONSOR POINT TOURNEY COLUMBUS DAY Y On Columbus Day, Oct. 11, the Men's Golf Association will sponsor cday a Point Tourney open to all golfAll era with an estimated handicap. w the Full handicap to be used and played re as they appear on the card: JS, NOVOL 5000CANAIIH SHY0 BOSE Cuss Commander Comanding Officer LCdr. Michael Chry.Public Affairs Officer .01 Bill Broome.Editor 12 Mike Senft. Reporter J03 Benny Smith.Reporter J03 Roy Griggs.Repor SN Clayton Scott.Reporter e Guatanamo Gazette is published according to the les and regulations for ship and station newspaper as outlined inNAVXOS P-35 and under the direction o the Navl Base pubIhic affairs officer. Print ed five times weekly at government expense on government e,,000, O, he opinonor statements in new 00itsthat appea0rherein h to be construed s 0oficial or as reflecting the view of CoavBase or the Dep artment of the Naw. WER STAUS YESTERDAYS FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,166,000 TITA IN STORAGE: 19,241,000 DEER PARK ZOO COMMITTEE TO MEET SATURDAY The Deer Park Zoo is in danger of closing. A reorganizational meeting will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Zoo. New members are urgently needed. MACRAME POT HANGER CLASS BEGINS OCTOBER i The Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association is sponsoring a macrame pot hanger class to begin on Oct. 11. There will be morning and evening classes. The total cost for the class is $10. To register and for more information call June Rittscher at 99191 AT. REEF RAIDERS TO MEET This month's general membership meeting will be held in the Elementary School conference room B-9 on Thursday at 7 p.m. An underwater slide show will be presented. Reduced dues for October will be $2 and can be paid starting at 6 p.m. NAVY SABBATH Sunday has been officially designated as "Navy Sabbath" and the Protestant and Catholic Chapels invite the Guantanamo Bay public to attend services in uniform. There will be a special mass at 9:30 Sunday morning followed at 11 by a special Protestant service. RAQUETBALL TOURNAMENT There will be a raquetball tournament at the Cooper Field courts on Oct. 16 and 17. Roster deadline is 4 p.m. on Oct. 14. COMMISSARY'S NAVY BIRTHDAY SALE BEGINS TODAY The Commissary's Navy Birthday Sale will begin today and end on Oct. 16. Included in the sale are more than 60 items with savings of up to 28 per cent. Look for voluntary price reductions markers on the shelves. Flyers listing the items on sale will be available at the entrance. ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA SALESMAN NOW ON BASE There is an Encyclopedia Britannica representative now on00base. Savings are offered of at least 20 per cent on the all new Britannica 3, For more information call 98234 AWH. NURSERY SCHOOL BOARD TO HOLD MEETING The Nursery School Board will have a meeting at 3 p.m. on Friday at the nursery school. All board members and alternates are to attend. FUMIGATION CHAMBER WILL BE OPEN The fumigation chamber will be open Friday from 7:30 a,m. to 3:30 p.m. to receive articles for fumigation. These articles may be picked up on the following Tuesday between the hours of 1 and 3 p.m. OPENINGS FOR BOWLING LEAGUES Anyone, group or department, interested in starting a bowling league, now is the time. There are two opeAings for leagues. Times are 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Eight lanes are available for each league. If interested call MMC Kayser at 95306/95318 DWH or 95473 AWH. 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. Page 2 Wednesday, October 6, 1976 Lp J. S. NAVAL BASE GUANTANAM0 BAY,l CUBAI

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Wednesday, October 6, 1976 chmidt and Dietrich hammer out program BONN, West Germany (AP)--Teams led by Chancellor Helmut Schmidt and liberal coalition ally Hans Dietrich Genscher started hammering out their government program yesterday after Genscher formally rejected conservative efforts to woo his party away from Schmidt. Schmidt The Free Democratic Party (FDP) chairman told a news conference he had informed conservative leader Helmut Kohl of his small party's decision to continue the ruling co, ition with Schmidt's Social Demoats despite the close outcome of Sunday's election. Former chancellor Willy Brandt, who remained SPD chairman after Schmidt succeeded him in the wake of a spy scandal, told reporters his party's national leadership also backed continualion of the alliance for another four-year term. Panama calls for negotiations WASHINGTON (AP)--A senior Panamanian source says Panamanian authorities have called on Pres. Ford's administration to resume talks on the Panama Canal before the November election. The informant, who did not want to be named, said the administration promised to consider the request. But he added the Panamanian government has not yet received a reply. Negotiations to revise the 1903 Canal Treaty were suspended last May. The Panamanians want sovereignty over the waterway. The chief U.S. negotiator in the mama Canal Treaty talks, bassador Ellsworth Bunker, was not available for comment on the reported request. State Department officials would neither confirm nor deny it had been made. One department official says he thinks there isn't "the slightest chance" that negotiations would start before the end of the presidential campaign. Ronald Reagan made an issue of the Canal Zone negotiations in his unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomination. Reagan insisted the canal is vital to America's national interest, and U.S. control there should not be relinqished. Headed by Schmidt and Genscher, leaders of both parties held a scheduled two-hour session in the chancellor's modern, concrete and glass residence to start working out a new coalition deal. Genscher and Brandt each had meetings with Pres. Walter Scheel at his presidential residence. They said they informed him of their decision to continue the coalition and asked him to propose Schmidt to Parliament for election as chancellor on Dec. 14. Schmidt's current ruling mandate expires at midnight on Dec. 13. Squaring up to the tough task of ruling with a thin majority, Schmidt told his party's national leadership his second coalition government will continue to focus heavily on economic and financial problems. Though he based his campaign largely on claims he coped better with worldwide economic problems than other industrial world leaders, Schmidt has ascribed the conservative surge in the elections to continued economic worries. Unemployment dropped to 898,700 or 3.9 per cent in September and inflation is 4 per cent, low by current world standards. But the conservatives gained voter support with their claims that the figures remain too high. The conservative campaign cry of "freedom or socialism" also clearly worried Schmidt's party. Brandt told reporters that the party plans to stress not only the "freedom of the group" it seeks to achieve through social welfare legislation, but will also take heed of the ordinary citizen's fear that individual freedom is threatened by "anonymous forces and economic gigantism." Allied Chemical Co. fined $13.2 million RICHMOND, Va. (AP)--A federal judge in Richmond, Ya., has levied what's believed to be the biggest fine ever imposed in a pollution case. The judge fined Allied Chemical Corp. $13.2 million for contaminating the James River with the pesticide kepone and two other chemicals. Allied had pleaded no-contest to 940 counts of pollution. Also in federal court in Richmond, the now-defunct firm of Life Sciences Corp. was fined $3.7 mil lion for kepone pollution. Life Sciences was producing the chemical under a contract with Allied. In issuing his ruling in the two cases, District Court Judge Robert Merhige called pollution a crime against every citizen. He said, "The word must go out that we're not going to pollute the waters." J4 LONGEVITY AWARDS: Philip Dunmire, the manager of the Housing Office, was recently honored by the base with a longevity award denoting 35 years of service. In the ceremony at the Windjammer 52 other long time base employes w-4ven awards for varying CCPO and Safety Fitzgerald McLaughlin, 10 years, CCPO Warren C. Sherard, Jr., 20 years, CCPO Sam Patterson, 30 years, Safety Supply and Comptroller Department Roland Grant, 10 years, Supply Noel West, 20 years, Supply Rodi Rodriguez, 25 years, Supply Sebastian Gomez, 20 years, Comptroller Clinton English, 10 years, Supply Austin G. Morris, 10 years, Supply Vincent G. Johnson, 10 years, Supply Security Department George Ray, 30 years Ship Repair Department Clarence Rienks, 15 years Elijio Matos, 25 years Rayman C. Scott, 30 years Randolph L. King, 30 years Leonard A. Berry, 25 years Reymundo N. Realin, 30 years Laurel Johnson, 10 years John Miller, 25 years Alfred L. Runyon, 10 years Jose Reyes, 20 years lengths of service. They 'ro-e: Public Works Department Kenneth Scott, 30 years Benjamin F. Potts, 30 years Lawrence D'Assisi, 30 years Alberto Darkens, 30 years Virgilio Vidal, 30 years Dagoberto Gonzalez, 30 years Vincect Jackson, 30 years Melville E. Smith, 30 years Louis Warner, 30 years Angel Tames, 30 years Ynocencio Jay, 20 years Charles M. Stanley, 15 years Hopton Boncroft, 25 years Stanley Taylor, 25 years Alpheus E. Vallentine, 10 years Balton A. Carney, 10 years Evans R. Cuthbert, 10 years Ezekiel R. Moore, 10 years Sydney 0. Morgan, 10 years Windsor A. Wilson, 10 years Alberto Dunn, 10 years Ferdinand Afflick, 10 years Aubrey Pascoe, 10 years Percival E. McFarlane, 10 years Sydney Lowe, 10 years Herman Nelson, 10 years Abraham James, 10 years Ralph J. Carter, 10 years Lascelles B. Champagnie, 10 years Alexander Richardson, 10 years Emanuel Campbell, 10 years *Base residents invited to rename Turnkey The Guantanamo Bay Civic Council is sponsoring a contest to rename *Turnkey and all base residents are eligible to participate. The winner *will receive a $25 gift certificate from the Navy Exchange. To enter, clip out the blank below and submit it to the Public Affairs "Office through the guard mail or by utilizing Gazette drop boxes. Participants may submit only one entry each. All entries may have no *more than two words and a total of 20 letters, which would keep the name in line with other housing areas. Judging will be done by the Naval Base chief staff officer, the public *affairs officer, the Civic Council mayor, a representative from the *Housing Office plus any Turnkey resident who would like to participate. *Judging will take place in the ComNavBase conference room at 3 p.m. Oct. *13. If you live in Turnkey and would like to be a member of the judging *committee, call the Public Affairs Office prior to noon, Oct. 13 and a *place will be reserved for you. (New name) (Contestantsname) (Home-phone) -(Work hone) Arab League mediator escapes injury OIL SLICK: A member of the cleanup crew throws an oil soaked sponge after a slick appeared near Pier Bravo yesterday. The origin of the slick is unknown, though an investigation is underway to determine why the substance came out of a drain and into the bay. There is speculation the slick may be diesel fuel. After completing work near the pier the crew moved out to the barges where some of the slick had been caught after the tide carried it away from shore. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--A spokesman for Arab League mediator Hassan Sabri Kholi says he will try again today to meet with Lebanese Pres. Elias Sarkis in the Christian sector of Beirut. Kholi escaped injury yesterday when his car was riddled with machine gun bullets as he tried to cross the "Museum Gate" from Moslem to Christian Beirut. Kholi was on his way to a meeting with Sarkis when the shooting occurred. Kholi, who was being escorted to the Christian lines by Palestinian guerrillas and Lebanese leftists, had to run for cover to avoid being hit, his spokesman said. The spokesman said the machine gun fire came from the Christian side and spattered the asphalt in front of Kholi's car. He ran for the Ministry of Health Building and the car was hit with several bursts. The museum route is the only crossing left betwethe two sectors of the partitioned city. It has been closed for two days by machine gun and mortar clashes. A Moslem minister and the spiritual leader of the Druze Moslem Sect also were prevented from visiting Sarkis yesterday by shooting and explosions around the museum. Meanwhile, gunners on both sides lobbed mortar shells into Moslem and Christian residential districts as negotiations for a settlement dragged on in Beirut, Paris, Cairo and Damascus. Hospital sources estimated that despite the relative lull in fighting, more than 50 persons were killed in the shelling and sporadic clashes. Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

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Pae4 unanm Gzteenedy Ocoe 6.17 PISTOL CHAMPIONS: The Marine Barracks Pistol Team recently took first place in local matches and accepted the trophy from Capt. David W. DeCook. From left to right the Sam members are Sgt. Sanders, SSgt. Lee, SSgt Cheatham and Lt. Terry. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) 0I) 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 he accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale Surveyor CB2600 5 watt, 23 channel CB transceiver, almost new, $90. Call Bill at 95451 DWH or 95414 AWH. 1973 Honda CL-100, $280. Call 85559 AWH, ask for Bob, rm. M-205. RCA 23" color TV in good condition, $150. Call Shaw at 85699 DWH or 85451 between 4:45 and 6:30 p.m. Assorted sections of picket fence, each section 8-10 ft. long, $10 per section. Call 85316 AT. 1969 Chevrolet truck, C-10 longbed, 6-cylinder, 3-speed, $1,000. Call 85521 AT. GE dishwasher, harvest gold, less than a year old, excellent condition. Call 99276 AT. 3-piece ladies wet suit and gloves, $80; shark dart gun, new, $25; diving knife, $6; 2 weight belts, $3 each; weights, 70p per pound. Call 951001, ext. 237 AWN, ask for Christine Anderson. 7140 2-channel/4-channel reel-toreel, brand new, $470; Gibson 12 string guitar with hard shell case, $450. Call 64277 AT. 1972 Chevrolet Custom-10 pick-up truck, excellent condition, new CB radio, 44,000 miles, $2,100. Call 85501 DWN. Barrel boat, 33xl2, fully equipped, 18 HP Evinrude, $995 or best offer. Call 98256 AT. 1966 Mercury Comet, good running condition, call Harrison at Bay Hill. number 742 AWNH. 85451 Wooden magazine rack, $10; hand mixer, $5; bathroom cabinet, $10. Call 951247 DWH or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. 24,000 BTU and 12,000 BTU Fedders A/Cs, both in good condition. Call 90233 AWH. 1965 Rambler, 4-door, 770 Classic; apartment-sized refrigerator, white; dinette set, table with 4 chairs; 1973 Honda 350. Call 951256 AT. Lincolns, Mercurys, Ford pickups. Contact Ronald Collins at 951277 or 95337 AT. Orders must be in 60 days before transfer. Lloyd's stereo set, AM/FM receiver, BSR turntable, 8-track player/recorder, headphones, two microphones, two speakers, stand, very good condition. Call 85113 DWH. 1973 Honda CR125 Elsinore Motocross bike, new rubber and pipe, wins races, $550. See Sunday at MX track at 1 p.m. Ask for TJ at 90113 DWH, GHB Room E-101 AWH. Full size bed and mattresses; two dressers to match, in very good condition. Will take best offer. Call 90156 after 5 p.m. or 99131 DWH. Two clown costumes sizes 4-5 and 6X. Call 99295 AT. Two cribs with mattresses and sheets, $25 each; baby walker, $3; baby back carrier, $5; slow cooker, $10; electric bake and serve (new), $10; cat supplies, including litter, catnip, scratch post. Call 90150 AWH. Pong TV game, $60; Magnavox stereo console, AM/FM, phono, $120; 8track player/recorder, $65; oscilloscope, $100. Call 85601 AWH. "The Green Thing", latest edition. One owner, 13,000 miles, extras, $3,260 or best offer. Call 85375 DWH or 98295 AWH. Available in December. services Will do babysitting in my home for working or non-working mothers, anytime day or night. Call 97113. 12-year-old girl would like to babysit anywhere, anytime. Call 98295 AT. Husband and wife interested in house-sitting from present through Nov. 20. Call 64319 DWH or 85353 AWH. wanted Someone who makes ice cream. call 97113 by Friday. Please lost bArl's class ring, initials J.M.M., near chapel or near Mini-Mart. Call 99162. giveaway 5 puppies, 3 females, 2 males, all light brown, approx. 6 weeks old, half Gitmo Special, half Dachshund, call 85876 DWH or 98171. OFF THE MAT by Mike Grogan If, as has been written, the pun is the lowest form of humor, then there is no portion of the English language that occupies the abysmal depths of the sports cliche. Every sport is bereft with such banalities but none are more often used than those that fill the still air around a golf course. There is something about golfers that enable these seekers of linksian truth to grin at their own cleverness each time they utter a refrain every hacker has used since the beginning of time. Herein is a compilation of some of the more commonly used cliches and their meanings: "Television shot" -Describes a particularly spectacular shot of the type usually reserved for pros playing on TV. Generally shouted by the shotmaker in tones loud enough to draw the attention of players three fairways away. "Hit the ball, Alice" -One of several phrases coming into use when an important putt pulls up short of the hole. Others are: "Never up, never in," and "No guts, no glory." Most golfers have only enough intelligence to memorize one of these deathless sayings and use it exclusively. More versatile players are able to switch off to avoid redundancy. The really clever ones interject such names as Gertrude, Fanny or Hermione ii the place of Alice. "The high side" -Also known as the "pro side." The portion of the putting green you should aim at in order for the ball to break into the hole. If you miss on the "high side" you can boast of your expertise. If you miss on the "low side" you are relegated to the ranks of the duffer. Either way you still have another putt to sink. "In jail" -A term used whenever the ball rests in such a position as to hinder a full swing, i.e. behind a tree or in a staunch clump of cactus. When spoken by the owner of the ball it is a solemn declaration. When uttered by an opponent the words are accompanied by giggles and guffaws. "Cat box" -A sand trap. Also known as "kitty litter" and "the beach." Hitting out of such a hazard can be accomplished with a "blast" or "pick" shot, or if you're unlucky you may "skull" the ball. Some people find it worthwhile to use a "Texas wedge." The possibilities for cliches around a trap boggle the mind. "Club member's bounce" -This describes the action of the ball when, headed toward oblivion, the sphere strikes some unseen object on the course and bounces on a more favorable line. Also known as an "officer's kick." Responsible for the saying "I'd rather be lucky than good." This, of course, is but a small sampling of golfing cliches heard hole after hole, week after tedious week. It is time for a change' Therefore, I have decided to form a new organization called Golfers Languishing in Banalities, or G.L.I.B. Anyone who can devise a new cliche to replace an overworked phrase will be automatically made a charter member. But if you can't think of one right away, don't be discouraged. Remember, if at first you don't succeed. Touch football standings Security Group Marine Barracks NavSta Blue NAS Airdales NAS Blackshoes Crane Hill Won 7 6 6 4 1 0 Lost 1 2 2 4 7 8 Basketball coaching team to visit Gitmo A basketball coaching team will visit Gitmo this week to conduct workshops for players, instructors, officials and other interested persons. The group includes the head basketball coach from East Carolina University of Greenville, N.C., and three assistant coaches, plus an ACC official and a sportscaster. The basketball clinics will include films, lectures and practical application on Gitmo's hard courts. Friday, the team will visit the high school all day, and will give practical demonstration at the Marine Site courts at 6 p.m. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday the East Carolina group will be at the Naval Station basketball courts across from Special Services at 6 p.m. for sessions which will be open to the general public. Times and locations for film showings will be announced as they become available. Pick the Pros Football Contest Win your choice of five different prizes donated by Special Services and qualify for the Pro-Play Offs Grand Prize by circling your pick-of this week's pro games. For the Monday night game circle the winner and enter your guess at the total number of points that will be scored in, the game. In case of ties that participant closest to the correct number of points scored without exceeding that amount will be the winner. Sunday, Oct. 10 Atlanta at New Orleans Buffalo at New York Jets Chicago at Minnesota Dallas at New York Giants Denver at Houston Kansas City at Washington Miami at Baltimore New England at Detroit Oakland at San Diego Pittsburgh at Cleveland St. Louis at Philadelphia Seattle at Green Bay Tampa Bay at Cincinnati Monday, Oct. 11 San Francisco at Los Angeles Total points All entries must be received at AFRTS/Gazette by Friday afternoon. Only one entry per person. Tune in FM 103 for pro games Name Phone_ Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Wednesday, October 6196


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