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Vol. 31, No. 195 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, October 8, 1976



Ford doesn't know where Carter stands on issues
Republican, vice-presidential can- Carter told a women's group in
didate Robert Dole spoke in Detroit Los Angeles if he's elected President yesterday and defended Ford's re- he'll remember special problems of
marks and asked the group to look minority-group women and the elderly . at Ford's record in relation to Carter promised his White House staff ews Digest eastern Europe. would include representatives to
Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller said make sure he never forgets those DETROIT (AP)--United Auto Workers yesterday Pres. Ford mis-stated his problems. Pres. Leonard Woodcock'says the position on eastern Europe. Talking three-year contract with the Ford to reporters in Chicago, Rockefeller Motor Co. could be ratified by said, "In the heat of a debate, some- Tuesday. But Woodcock adds that a times you're trying to say one strike will be in effect against LOS ANGELES (AP) -Pres. Gerald thing and it comes out as though Ford until local work disputes at
Ford told a Republican fund-raiser you said something else. What he key plants are resolved.
in Los Angeles last night that after was thinking is that the people of
two debates with Jimmy Carter, he eastern Europe should not be under NEW YORK (UPI)--A spokesman for' still doesn't know'where Carter the influence of the Soviet Union." the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
stands oi the issues. And Ford A number of foreign newspapers in New York says Sen. Hubert
said of his Democratic rival, "I'm picked up on'Ford'sstatement Humphrey is progressing normally not sure le does" either. calling it, among other things, an following an apparently successful Ford shared the platform with his "incredible blunder," a "major operation for bladder cancer.
former Republican rival Ronald gaffe" and a "grave faux pas." Doctors performed the six-hour opReagan. , At the United Nations, some dip- In Salt Lake City, Carter managed eration on the former vice presiEarlier yesterday, Ford tried to lomats suggested 'that Ford probably to avoid a possible political em- dent yesterday. The spokesman said
quell the storm over his comment in intended to say the U.S. doesn't barrassment. As he went down the last night Humphrey's vital signs the debate Wednesday night that the recognize Soviet domination, receiving line in Salt Lake City's were stable and he appeared cheerSoviet Union does not dominate Jimmy Carter sought to keep up Salt Palace, Carter, whose recent ful.
Eastern Europe. Without refuting pressure on Pres. Ford for the comments about lust stirred controwhat he said inthe debate, Ford Republican's eastern European cor- versy, spotted Congressman Allan JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)--Earl Butz
said he is very much aware of the ments. Carter hit at theissue in Howe. He's the Utah Democrat who could find his scheduled appearance
present plight of eastern European San Francisco and later in an ap- was convicted of a misdemeanor charge in the Mississippi Delta this afcountries. pearance in Salt Lake City., of trying to buy sex from a police ternoon less than pleasant. Civil
He said it is the policy of the Carter charged Ford "disgraced decoy prostitute. rights leader Charles Evers says
United States to use every peaceful our country" by asserting eastern When Howe extended his hand, the former agriculture secretary
means to help those countries be- Europe does not live under Soviet Carter recognized him and gave him is not welcome in the state and will
come less dependent on the Soviet dominance. Carter said, "That's a brief "hello." At that time Carter be picketed by blacks if he attends
Union. Ford declared the United obviously untrue, and it is a very was asked if he was endorsing any a GOP fundraiser and tours delta
States has never conceded and never serious blunder for him to say it." Democrats in Utah. Carter replied, farms. Butz resigned from the cabwill concede the domination of He said Polish-, Czech- and German- "No, we'll let the people decide." inet this week following controversy
eastern Europe to the Soviets. Americans would not agree with Ford. Carter started to move along as over a racial joke.
Howe, with his hand still out, said
he wanted to introduce Carter to one UNITED NATIONS (AP)--The
3,000 persons arrested in Thailand of his campaign helpers. Howe said, Vietnamese mission to the U.N.
"She's 81." At that, Carter turned claimed yesterday "the only obstacle BANGKOK, Thailand (AP)--Thailand's would be a qualified censorship on and shook her hand. to the settlement of the Missingday-old military regime, enforcing international news organizations. in-Action question" is the Ford admartial law after Wednesday's He did not give details. D untless apprehend ministration. The mission issued a bloody riots, clamped down on gov- Bangkok's 30-odd newspapers were helps communique saying Vietnam continues ernment machinery and the press shut down, but the regime said they to search for information about the yesterday and arrested about 3,000 could submit applica tons to resume MIAs. The mission criticized Pres.
persons in and around the capital. publication. Ford for spurning Hanoi overtures
Police spokesmen said those ar- The Coast Guard cutter Dauntless to bilateral talks on the missing
rested, most of them university BMC Walter Krevssig was involved in the apprehension of and post-war-aid to Vietnam.
students and about a quarter of a sailing vessel, with an estimated
them women, were being held on dies from shock $2 million worth of marijuana aboard, WASHINGTON (AP)--General Aircraft
various charges ofsubversion. ... . according to a United Press Corp. has filed a $25 million damage
Some could face a lifetime jail A Guantanamo resident died yester- International story in the Washington claim against the CIA, charging the sentence. day afternoon after receiving an Post on Sept. 26. A Coast Guard agency used its name as a cover for
Police fired carbines in the air electrical shock at his quarters. spokesman said the Dauntless escorted covert operations overseas. The
to disperse a crowd near Thammasat BMC Walter Max Kreyssig was pro- the Nahoa into Miami on Sept. 25. filing of the claim with the CIA by
University, where savage fighting nounced dead 'at 4:17 p.mi. at the According to Capt. J.J. Cadigan, the Bedford, Mass., aircraft firm
Wednesday between university left- Naval Hospital. :from Fleet Training Group, the is a first step toward possible
ists, right-wing groups and police Chief Kreyssig was assigned to the Dauntless was undergoing training at court action. The firm claims CIA
left at least 26 dead and about 180 diving locker of the Naval Station Gitmo just prior to the incident. agents posed as agents for one of
wounded, by police count. ' Ship RepairDepartment. He is sur- The Nahoa was encountered in the its subsidiaries in the Congo,
We have lost our freedom but have vived by his wife, Jean Patricia, Windward pass. Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia.
law and order," a Thammasat gradu- of 1239B Villamar.
ate told reporters near the univer- A preliminary investigation shows The Coast Guard boarded the Nahoa (AP)--The government of Panama sity. Kreyssig had been working on an ad- in Haitian waters. It had been yesterday accused both Pres. Ford
Bangkok streets returned to normal dition to his house. While standing spotted the night before by a Drug and Jimmy Carter of being irresponyesterday. Stores and businesses in a puddle he touched a conduit, Enforcement Administration plane sible and confused about the future
were open, although patronage was which had faulty wiring in it. The off Jamaica. It was chased into of the Panama Canal.
light. A midnight to dawn curfew, circuit was completed causing the Haitian waters with that governimposed when the military took fatal shock. mentas permission.
power, was lifted. All schools re- All residents are cautioned to be A Coast Guard spokesman said there BECAUSE OF THE COLUMBUS DAY maimed closed for the second day. extremely careful when working with were 187 bales of marijuana, weighing HOLIDAY THERE WILL BE NO GAZA half-dozen tanks were posted electricity. If you are unsure, more than 6,500 pounds, found aboard ETTE MONDAY .
near key government buildings as a contact an experienced electrician, the Nahoa.
show of force, but were later ordere b Future reports to be made on boycott of Israel
Sangad Chalawyi, a former navy 1-V
admiral and defense minister who
heads the new regime, met'with all WASHINGTON (AP)--In a reversal "Because the Congress 'failed to act, C.B. Morton in contempt for refusing
ministry undersecretaries to ex- ' of policy, an administration spokes- I am going to announce tomorrow that to provide the subcommittee with
plain new government policy but re- man said yesterday that Pres. Ford the Department of Commerce will the reports. The subcommittee
fused to speak to reporters. will make public future reports disclose those companies that have dropped the threat when Morton proLittle was made public about the from U.S. companies which are asked participated in the Arab boycott. vided the reports under written asmen behind the seemingly well-organ- by Arab countries' to participate in This is something that we can do. surance that the subcommittee would
ized takeover, but reliable sources a boycott against Israel. The Congress failed to do it, and keep them confidential.
said they believed Sangad was back- Ford had said in his debate with we intend to do it." Atty. Gen. Edward Levi had recoiebytrnemiiayadplt- Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter Yesterday White 'House spokesman' mended the reports must be kept con!i cal figures.' The 60-year-old Wednesday night that he would mae John Carlson said it would onyap- fidential. The former undersecre!~ Sangadl heads an all-military body 'these +nas public but he hdnOt ply to future reports. Web a~id tary of commrce, James A. Baker 11I,
ofiily calling itself the made it clear whether t he action .;he. could see that. some people might .currently Ford's campaign manager,+ i National ExecUtive Comittee. - . ....woulid be iretroact ive, have interpeed the remarks as in- #said in February-t hat" "disclosure Sangad's group pushed asides, the Spokesman Horace S. Webb of the ' dicatn pastreports would be made of the names of the firms ireporting toteigcvilian oerneto � ' Commerce6 Depar tment said the dis- pubicbu ,he said it could be compliance with boycott requests former' Prime +Minister Semi PramOj +. closUre' will apply only to future , readto aplyonly-to f uture re'- would ,have exposed such firms to
A..4Auto 'te >anuce h form bey nd-~whi-h the ports
se om reports. . ",'# - - .-' economic retaliation by certain do~of c-ensorshi would be imposed on reports will be made p~ibic w as to Las Noeber, a House Governent mestic groups, even though compliallpubicaion, radio and tele- be announced by Ford. O,.perain Subcote e voted to, ance with suchrqet ol o
v is !+iion, and a spokesman 'said there In hiheae or elrd old forerCommerce Secy. Roges have been in violation Of any law."







Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Friday, October 8, 1976

MOTOCROSS RACES SUNDAY LITTLE THEATRE NEEDS PROPS

ILThis Sunday the Guantanamo Bay The Little Theatre needs the folr Motorcycle Club is sponsoring moto- lowing props for the upcoming procross races at the Sherman Avenue dUction of "Blithe Spirit If anyrack. ll regular classes will be one has any of these items and would Community raced, plus the new street legal be kind enough to lend them to the c The field isopen to every- Lttle Theatre for this production, one wishing to race and trophies please contact Gina Schuhl at 952256 are awarded in al1 classes. The anytime or Diane Cutter at 85793 racing begins at 1 p.m. with praetice anytime.
and safety inspections at noon. Re- Mantle clock, silver inkstand, II freshments will be available at blotter, leather writing pad, stantrackside. Spectators are always dard lamp', girl-with-basket figure, Board welcome. girl-with-goat figure, negro figure, CThe Motorcycle Club will hold leaf table, glass jam pot and spoon, track clean-up Saturday at 1 pm. earthenware coffee pot, milk jug All members and other interested
persons should attend.
CRESCENDOS AT NCO CLUB
Today's meeting LITTLE THEATRE TO MEET GAME WARDEN MEETING MONDAY The Crescendos will be performing The Little Theatre will hold a at the NCO Club tomorrow from 9 p.m. The Socializers club will have a meeting ursday, 7:30 p.m. at There will 'be a game warden meet- until 1 a.m. game night toight beginning at 8. ........ ing Monday night at 7 in the Marin a Morin Cnter.nSECIAL.A The public is invited. ,P Pint quanset hut. New officers NAVY DAY SPECIAL AT COMO CLUB

FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION will be elected at thismeeting. On Wednesday the COMO Club will YWILL MEET TODAY present a Navy Day Special Family
FAMILY DAY AT THE YACHT CLUB Night buffet featuring roast steam PROTESTANT S vnAY SCHOOL will meet There will be an emergeny gener- boat round, golden fried chicken, .at.the. elementary school for child- al assemly meetingtday at 7:30 Sunday is the regular monthly fam- vegetable and salad with rolls. rej from two years to the 2nd grade; p.m. at the FRA home. ily day for fun sailing and pot luck Apple pie ala mode is the dessert. third grade to adult classes will' dinner at the yacht club. Sailing The> cost of this special buffet is meet at the high school at 9:30 begins at 1, social hour at 5:30 $4.45 per person. Dinner will be a r PoAagts wllmee at 0the NAS CUSTOMS INOMNEES MUSTER TODAY and dinner at 6 p.m. The club will served from 6 to 9 p.m. and the bar LewardPoint Chapel at10 am... .. provide hamburgers, hotdogs and will be open from 4:30 to 11:45.
In conjunction with the customs fixings. Members are asked, to Please call 951131 for your reservaCHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCal- inspector course, all nominees are bring: A-F, salads, G-L, casseroles, tions. la Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more in- to muster at 3 p.m. today in the N-SM, desserts and SN-Z, casseroles. formation call 97191, topside lounge of the CPO"Club. ' NON-U,S, WIVES TO HOLD MEETIN(

IGUANA DUPLICATt BRIDGE CLUB will SWINGERS WILL ELECT OFFICERS The Non-U.S. Wives Club will hold meetat t'he COMO Club at 7 p.m. ' ' 'a meeting at the new clubhouse at .Games are open to all base residents. The Marine Corps Exchange Main The Gitmo Swingers square dance 7 p.m. Sunday. For more information call Jim Cossey Store and the Nautical Lantern club will hold its semi-annual ela:t .85149 AWH. Restaura'd: will be closed Monday ection of officers and monthly bus- SURE LOSERS CLEAN-UP EARj NOSE AND THROAT DOCTOR The Marine Mart will be open from iness meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m. in ... .
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. the club hall. A workshop will be Anernoseandthroat physician .......-held at 7:30. All members are ' hold its clean-up sessions on vill be at the Naval Hospital on The W. T. Sampson School, Kinder- urged to attend this important Tuesday. Wear old clothes and be Tesday, Wednesday and Thursday. garten through grade 12 will be meeting. For more information call prepared to work. For further inAny parents who think their child closed Monday as it is a national Jan Lingnau at 95543 AT. formation call 951051. ~has a 'chronic ear, nose or throat holiday. The Nursery 'school willTENCU MEIG problem should call the Naval Hos- also be closed CHILDREN SLOWING CONSTRUCTION T CL M I pital Out P'atient Department ate' ' All teens are to meet tomorrow at 95432 and, leave their name, phone The Windjammer Club will be open. MCB-l is presnlwokgona 7pmithTenCutofaiz nmyonday construction project in Caribe Vil- plans for the Halloween party and pediatrician, Dr.' Dickens, will and the stateside group "Brandy" lage and has had problems with child- revise the constitution. See you' 'review your' child's' chart and 'will 'be performing from 7:15'to ren interfering with their work. there. 1arrange for an appointment with ' 11.' The club will be closed on ' Parents are reminded that construc- GOLF ASSOCIATION TO~ SPONSOR the ENT physician if 'deemeneces- Tuesday in' lieu of the holiday. tion sites are hazardous areas and POINT TOUNEY COLUMBUSDA sary. The Out Patient Department are asked to keep their children will notify parents who 'have had away from those areas. On Columbus Day, Oct. 11, the their child's record screened con- ROUGH RIDERS MEET SATURDAY Men's Golf Association will sponsor
appointment. a "Point Tourney" open to all golf-cenngteThere willbe ta meeting of.th
T h e r e w i l l b e a. m e e t i g o e r s w i t h a n e s t i m a t e d h a n d i c a p ' HARRY HONG KONG'S NEW SHOP Rugh Riders tomorrow afternoon at BLUE DOLPHINS MOVE SWIM MEET Full handicap to be used and played '
2 at the corral. MIembers 'are urged ste pero h ad Har ogKn alrwl pn to attend if they wish to be' includ-' The swimming meet for the Blue asteaparo thcrd business today in the location of ed in upcoming events. Dolphins swim 'club will be held 'at HoeiOn 15pnt the old optical shop. The'shop th'idamrpolisedo h Double Eagle 12 points offers many fine selections inclu- LEEWARD TEENS WANTED '' Marine 'site pool from 8 to 10 Ege8pit ding> ........ and sud designs. . tomorrow morning.. Come out and Egdie 8 points
Sown favorite style. They also APint ees interes- Pr tmo's oungsters 4 points ted in joining he Te Club shouldpoints
uiorms, and haye many leather calMs'abra 47 fe . CU ADVISORY BADMEETS
jackets, denim jacket andn axi- C The Enlisted Club advisory board Trophies to be awarded to the coat g haile i the s ampe ' meeting will be' held Wed'e y i three highest point totals. PlayoetnhrwlbtesehCaesiythe. off to 'be held in case of ties. a tThe Chele tarmsil fmee amt t t The entry fee is $3. Make your own No . foursome. All foursomes must sign L 1 p tomorrow. 'Older Charm- NEW,SCHEDULE FOR GITMO up' and tee off before 10 a.m. There AUTO PART will JCKmeet at Miss Tweet's house SELF DEFENSE CLUB ' will be free soda and beer in the e Navy Exchange' will have M - at 7:30 tomorrow for a charming ''clubhouse for entrants. Sign up a' ~ter Chief Recasner on the Jackson- slumber party.' B~ring sleeping 'bag The' Gitmo Self Defense Club prac- thprso.
vil lih ct. 2. 'Anyone in' and clothes for Sunday'church ser- tice meetings at Marblehead Hall thpr o.
need of car parts should fill out a v If You have any' questions will be held as follows: ' ' ' DEER PARK ZOO COMMITTEE special order request at the Navy call 85276.~ 'u-e 6-"~.T ETTMRO
Ecange parts store and h~e will' '' 'Tu-e '68pm' OMET OORW
make everyeffort to bring the CHARITY BOWLING TOURNAMENT 'Sundy 4-6 p.m. 'The Deer Park Zoo is in danger, of parts back with' im. In an effort closing. A reorganizational meeting to reduce the last inute workload, Tere- will be a W. I. B. C. BBL A new class will begin Tuesday. will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Exchangewillmake several ~ handicap charity bowling tournament New members are welcome. For infor- the Zoo. New members are urgently
hoecallste Je on Oct. 31 beginning at'11 a.m. in nation call 85638, ask for'Byron. needed.

exchange giing them th erequire- Mablehead Hall. Entry fee is $10 mets. Tis extra time will and covers all events. You can YARD SALES sign up now through Oct. 18 and U S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, hopfn y sme thoe charge tget entry forms are at the bowling alley BASE CUBA A 2-family yard sale will be held or you can contact anyW. 1. B. C. from 9 to I Saturday at 1234-A V' parts. representative or league secretary. on 5th Street. Items included will
PICTURES TO BE RESH4OT I be unfinished furniture, maternity RAQUETBAL TOURNAMENT clothes sizes 7 and 8, and many Due t'o a malfunction 0in the camra other items. none of the pictures taken by Auf en- There will. be a raquetball tourna- .
n :. T : ~eCoser t . Jo. H. M~nell Capt. David.W. Deok
ger Studios developed. We have re- ment on Oct. 16 and 17. 'The roster Na.a Base ooi Fapt. D Syd 5 DOO scheduledthe studio 'to come" ba1ck deadline is 4 P'm. Oct. 14; Contact Cooo,.4r CaveatiOffce A 2-family back yard sale at 603-B
b at cti truh ,' fSey a 95116 if you. c : .... V from 9 until noon. tomorrow. Items pif"' picti"e b Special c.... on Sale include children's clothing,



nd t e 11 repcheul apoil.t- . �": iYard sale tmrow; 10 a.m. to


men, fr ou Tere ~l"~n' Y~TLI'W4YS IGRES..l.o.oiooemo Coett, e pablmhed oconoon to th








Friday, October 8, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3


e.S. concerned over Gitmo Gitmo bank


Jamaica/Cuba friendship changes name
WAHNTO A)Dialogu


--Jamaican Foreign PORTSMOUTH, Va,--On Oct. 4, 1976, Minister Dudley Thompson says he is American National Bank changed its against 'a proposed international name to Fidelity American Bank NAfund that would be used to compen- Tidewater.
sate Rhodesian whites for losses as As of Aug. 31, Fidelity American
Rhodesa shifts to black majority Bank NA-Tidewater had assets of
rule. $110 million and maintains a total
"Who deserves that money," of 12 offices in Portsmouth,
" ...... s Dear Editor, No.ol,.heapake.Sfflkan
Thompson asked, "the slave masters Norfolk, Chesapeake, Suffolk and
or the people who have nothing?" We extend our iaton to e perso o VC-10 and he gimo com- Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Thompson made the comment Explaining the name change, Monte
Wednesday in Washington. He praised munity for all the assistance and loving kindness received in our time of M. Miller, president, emphasized:
U.S. cy. of StteHenry A. sorrow, and for all the gifts and best wishes received in a time of joy. there has been no change in the
U.s... s. of S a e n "a A very special "Thank You" to Dr. Lahr and the staff of Ward D for a bank's ownership, management or
isingS er as: having made a "valiant j ob, well done. i !iiiii{
effort" to promote black majority staff. "Only our name has changed,
rule in Southern Africa, and he and customers will begin noticing
said Jamaica supports the aspira- Our sincere thanks, the change in ou signs, advertising
tions of the majority in suchcoun- AMl and Mrs. R.L. Tisdale & Sons and. new forms being implemented by
tries as Rhodesia, Namibia and t Rodney and Warren our bank after Oct. 4, 1976."
South Africa. ... .... ' He stressed that present customers
However, Thompson said he is dis- of Fidelity American Bank NAturbed that certain activities in Israel calls for twith rawal Tidewater will -not be inconvenienced Jamaica seem to bear a "disconcert- by having to exchange old passbooks,
ing resemblance" to the events pre- UNITED NATIONS AP'--2Lsrae1i For- minister said, had destroyed the or checks for new ones as these
ceding the fall of the Allende gov- eign Minister Yigal Allon called Arb contention that Israel should' documents will still be effective
erment in Chile in 1973. yesterday for the withdrawal of all be replaced by a secular state of under the new name. "Checks bearing
ompson said a series 'of strikes, foreign Arab and Palestinian troops Moslems, Christians and 'ews. the new name will be provided auto- iial oivated crime and Lebanon and said that country "Where is the beautiful mirage matically when customers exhaust
orchestrated pronouncements in cer- must never again become a base for now?" Allon asked. ' "Destroyed in their existing supplies and retain areas" of the foreign press. attacksoIsrael. the fires of Lebanon, by the same order," Miller noted.
':have. raised quStiOns" about whetherr : Add~e gn r:r'
haerie stos a bu whentoh"etaii e Adessing 'the Genera:lAssembly, gangs o'f terrorists who are the A11 15 member banks o~f Fidelity:there is awhen to destabilize " Allon also decried the "frantic prime instigators of the bloodlet- American Bankshares, Inc., a major
Jamaica. arms race" in the Middle East and ting there." Virginia multi-bank holding company, said Israel was prepared t enter He said the future' of Lebanon changed their names Oct. 4 to inHe said the Jamaican government into immediate negotiations with must be decided by its own people clude the words "Fidelity American
has no evidence the U.S. government its Arab neighbors toward a balan- without the presence of foreign Bank." Fidelity American Bankshares,
is responsible,. but he expressed ced reduction of weapons purchases. troops. "Above all, we expect that Inc. hasin excess of $850 million
puzzlement about several stories Allon said Israel's "overriding Lebanon not again become a base for in assets with 81 affiliate bank
written by American correspondits desire is that peace and tranquil- attacks on Israel and its eole." offices statewide.
which he said 'have contributed 'to ity are restored to Lebanon." He the prevailing uncertainty. ' criticized "the'U .N. Security CounAccording to one such story, he cil for remaining silent depite 'Inventory shortage' is problem at NEX
said, Cuba was training policemen massivee intervention by regular
in Jamaica. and irregular for-eign 'Arab. troops"
Even through the report was at-' from Syria, Iraq and Libya. "Inventory shortage" is the term is the preservation of one of your
tributed to U.S. government offi- The Lebanese traged, the oreign the retail industry uses to classify 'key benefits, in addition to the cials: he said, the State Department "disappearance" of merchandise, those continued existence of the many
knwthat no such activity was ~ ' items that are documented as having worthwhile recreation activities
taking place. 'be~en received from suppliers but ' that Navy, Exchanges help to support.
Thompson' was asked: about recent Gluyana investigates ~> have never been converted to 'cash ~ The Navy Exchange is especially
allegations by Phillip Agee, a for- '~register sales and are no longer im vulnerable to the adverse impact of ,mer C2IA agent who has written a airplane crash stock. According to merchandising shoplifting because of our' uniquely book critical of the CIA.' Thompson ;' ' experts, inventory shortages invari- low prices. Unlike large stores in said the CIA has "significantly" ably are, to a degree, the product the commercial sector, we' don't increased its operations in Jamaica GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP)--A three- of shoplifting.. 'have the'luxury of a profit cushion over the past five years. 'man investigatingteam rom Guyana, Nationwide, shoplifting exacts an capable of offsetting losses caused
GivenAgee's experience with the including Guyane'e Civil Aviation awesome toll, and deprives retail by theft. Since our bills must be
agency, Thompson said, itw is "dif- Director Raymond Roberts an two organizations of millions upon nil- paid, regardless of how large a ficult to discount' his statements.'police detectives, lett yesterday lions 'of dollars annually. Many a portion of our revenue-producing
esaid the Jamaican government is for. Barbados to investigate the merchandising operation has literal- inventory "vanishes," we are conW'ot in a position to confirm or Cuban airplane crash that killed 78 ly been shoplifted into bankruptcy, pelled to adjust to occurring shortdeny it. persons.' ~' and more and more stores are finding ages by means that are as unpleasThe Guyana government said it necessary to beef up their secur- ant to us as they are to our paMoreover, he said, One does not Barbados Prime Minister Tom Adams ity staffs and install expensive trons..
deport a person simply because he requested the special team help in anti-theft gadgetry. As you look ' We dislike having to raise prices
is' a member of the CIA." the probe of thecrash of the Cuban around the exchange you can see some and we dislike having to reduce
In recent. weeks, 'American off i- jet,. which occurred Wednesday after- of these changes appearing in Gitmo. merchandise selection or curtail decials privately have expressed con- noon. Why are we mentioning all of this? 'sirable services. These are some cer.n about Jamaica's leftward drift, 'Most of the prsons who die were Simply because recent incidents in- of the things that increased shopparticularly . relates to the Cuban, but 11 Guyanese, five North dicate that shoplifting activity in lifting could bring about. We also
country's growing friendship with Koreans, one Colombian, one Navy exchanges may be increasing. strongly dislike spending increasing
Cuba. Venezuelan and two Trinidadians were And, we feel, this information ' amounts of your money for security
Officials say Cubans have been also among the victims. ' should be a matter of grave concern staffing and theft-deterring apparassisting Jamaica in school and dam The Cuban News Agency reported to everyone who is entitled to the atus, when those funds could rightconstruction. ' ' that I ' sb'f' Cuba's champion- NEX shopping privilege. 'At stake fully be used to support your morale
'Thompson opened the' news confer- ship' fencing team' were among those 'and welfare fund.
ence with a confirmation of friend- ' The message is quite clear. If
ship with the United States and he Officials disclosed that five men- BOOST deadline e'the Navy Exehange is to maintain its
cited ne issue in which Jamaca' bers of a Noth Korean government extended unique shopping appeal, low prices
as declined to follow Cuban policy. missin were also killed. The dead and quality service, shoplifting
In contrast to Cuba, he said, "Guyanese passengers included six toNov. 1 and other forms of exchange abuse
Jamaic h~as never' supported the in- medica'l'students, a diplomat'"s wife cannot be tolerated. Through independence movement in Puerto Rico. and four oers. ' WASHINGTON (MCNews)--The deadline creased publicity, customer education date for submitting applications foi and collective vigilance, we believe the Broadened Opportunity for Officer this undesirable trend can be re.j Selectl n and Training (BOOST) ' versed so the Navy Exchange can con; U*1i *rProgram has been extended to Nov. 1,, tinue its mission of service to Navy
**Bas re i e t invte t 1976. people and their dependents.
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4' o eter clp ot te bank'beow nd ubmt i' t th PulicAffirs ity to more, equitably compete for future issues of' the Gazette. Toener cipou te lak elw ndsumi i t te l icAfar selection to an officer program. Shoplifting is a serious abuse, of 'Office through the guard mail or by utilizing Gaz~ette drop boxes. * eeto oa fie rga.Solfigi eIosauef
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SPORTS Ali given 60-day BT lgtShdl
SCORES FROM YESTERDAY

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE grace period BPTO Flight Scedule
DAY/ ARRIVALS DEPARTURES
New York Islanders 3, DATE FROM ETA A/C FLT TO ETD A/C FLT

Montreal 10, Pittsburgh 1 NEW YORK (AP)--The Ring Magazine Sat.
Boston 6, Minnesota North Stars 2 said yesterday it would give Oct. 9 SCOTT AFB 1125 C9 MEDIVAC RSYRDS 1200 C9 MEDIVAC
WMuhammad Al a 60-day grace period Sun, NORF, 1645 C141 AA0475
Atlanta 4, Los Angeles 2 before officially decaring him the 'Oct. 10 NORF 2030 C130 HBA0475 NORF 2230 C130 HBA0476
Chicago 6, St. Louis 4 retired world heavyweight boxing Mon.
WORLD HOCKEY SSOCIATION champion. Oct. 11 NORF 1315 C141 AQA47 RSYRDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 W D H E AKING 11740 C141 AQA0472 KING 1430 C141 AQA0471
Cincinnati 7, Minnesota Fighting "If he sticks to this statement Tue. N Fight ng ' en ), n Oct. 12
Saints 2 (of retirement), The Ring will be AOA0472 forced to accept his retiremeit and Wed. HAITI 0930 C118 EMBASSY HAITI 0700 C118 EMBASSY NBA EXHIBITIONS the heavyweight title will then be Oct. 13 RSYRD 1740 C141 ABA0474 HAITI 1600 C118 EMBASSY vacant," the publication said in a HAITI 1830 C118 EMBASSY New York Knicks 112, New York Nets prepared statement. "To give Ali Thu.
107 time to ponder, The Ring will give Oct. 14 NORF 1315 C141 AQA0471 NORF 1155 C141 ABA0474.
San Antonio 114, Houston 104 him 60 days in which to make his -I.G 1740 C14l 4Q41472 KING 1430 Cl41 AQA0471
jPhiladelphia 117, Buffalo 113 final decision. If at the enid of Fri. -AM
that period, Ali still maintains Oct. 15 NORF 1155 C141 AQA0472 that he is in retirement,. we will
consider his announcement as final

Touch football standings dh magaz i ne.... Broadcast sports Sports in brief
Spublishes its
Thes arethe ouchfootallown boxing ratings, added, "The Ring
hsedig ae oth Tuchs ota ll will them recognize the winner of a ed itor picks pros (AP)--Hank Aaron returned to the fight pairing the two leading con- Atlanta Braves yesterday as a vice Won Lost tenders, George Foreman and Ken president in charge of player deecurity Group 8 1 Norton." velopment and the farm system. T#
arine Baracks 7 2 all-time home run champion finish
NavSta Blue 6 3 h llowng are his playing careerwith the
NAS Airdales 4 5 Ai dropped his retirement bomb- Editor's note: 'The follwn r i lyn aerwt h
NAS Blackshoes 1 8 shell while on a visit to Istanbul predictions for weekend pro foot- Milwaukee Brewers last Sunday. The
Crane Hill 0 .9 last Friday morning, a few days af- ball games by UPI broadcast sports Braves also announced that onetime ter he narrowly retained his crown editor Wally Martin: 'pitching star Johnny Samn has been 7] in New York in a controversial 15- hired as pitching coach. Sain round fight with Norton. Vikings over Bears pitched for the old Boston Braves Broncos over Oilers before they moved to Milwaukee. Raiders oyer Chargers
Dolphins over Colts RENO, Nev. (AP)-The early betting 4'Patriots over Lions line from Reno slightly favors the Redskins over Chiefs New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Giants over Cowboys Reds in the' baseball playoff tomornK Cardinals over Eagles row. The Yankees face the Kansas All as will be run one ime only. Woden magazie rack, $10; hand mix- Bills over Jets City Royals for the American League
You ust submit your ad each time er, $5; bathroom cabinet, $10. Call Bengals over Buccaneers Pennant, while the Reds go against
you want it priced. Ads ay be 951247 DWH or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. Steelers over Browns Philadelphia Phillies for the
ubmitted by calling before 4 p.m. Saints over Falcons National League title.
or by dropping it in one of the "The Green Thing, latest edition. Packers over, Seahawks
drop boxes. Ads which discriminate One owner, 13,000 miles, extras, Rams over 49ers (TPI)--Minor league baseball
o te baionl re, sex, creed, $3,250 or'bestoffer, available in manager Ven Rapp, the frontrunning
cr or ta f rign rven December, call 85375 DWH or 98295 candidate to manage at both San
be accepted d. .Te af aede iet 'AW. MacPhail makes decsion Francisco and St. Louis, chose the

deems necessary. Cardinals over the Giants. The 1973 Honda CR125 Motoc'oss race battin.. itle Giants then announced that Joe bike, new rubber and exhaust, $550 on batting title Altobelli will be their new manager. for saleor best offer. Ask for TJ or give
message at 90113 DWH or GHB, room (AP)--Aerican League Pres. :Lee (UPI)--A New York Jets spokesman 1973 Honda CL-lO, $280 or best of- E-101 AWH. McPhail:said yesterday he could denied a report that head coach Lou
fer, contact Bob at rm. M-205 in GB ' . find no evidence of wrongdoing in Holtz will hire Rick Forzano as an
or call 85203 DWH. 22,000 BTU Fedders A/C, $220, new the misplay of a flyball that en- assistant, although the two men are motor, excellent condition. Call abled George Brett to edge Kansas friends and chatted on the phone Ha~mmond organ, auto cord, dual key- 96260 AWH or 64350 DWH. City teammate Hal McRae for the after Forzano quit as Detroit Li6U
~board, rhythm section, built-in *league batting title. ,coach Monday.
cassette deck, excellent condition, Double bedding, $2; Fisher Price McRae accused Minnesota outfielder
cost $1,700 new, make a reasonable schoolhouse, $2.50; album case, $1; Steve Brye of deliberately letting (AP)--The Pittsburgh Pirates have
offer; recliner, embossed vinyl, 8-track tape case, $1; men's double a' ball hit by Brett drop for a hit named Murray Cook 'as director of
motor'driven, $75; radio, auto/truck knit pants 38-32, 3 pair, $2; red in Sunday's season finale. minor league clubs, succeeding
dash mount, 12 volt, like new, velvet b'ed spread, double size, However,MacPhail sided with Harding Peterson. Peterson will be cost$151, make offer. Call 95577 $'20; "Lite-Brite", still in box, Brye, who testified he had diffi- vice president in charge of player
DI'J or 952245 AWH. $3; Magnavox color TV, needsawork, culty seeing the ball and had every personnel.
early American type console, $50 or intent to catch it.
best offer. Call 99168 AWH. In. a prepared statement, MacPhail (AP)--Americans Hale Irwin and Ray 6,000 BTU A/C, Whirlpool, l-year- said he "is 'satisfied that the Floyd have reached' the semi-finals old, $100. Call 99171 AT. 1973 Plymouth Cuda, 340, 4 bbl, 3- American League batting championship of the Piccadilly World Match Play speed on the floor. Red with black was won on merit." Golf Championships in England. stripes, 'chrome reverse Cragers,
10,000 BTU Whirlpool A/C and 7,00O0 tape player, new clutch, $2,200.Jo Oprt n ie
BTU Westinghouse A/C, both in good Call 99178 AT.Jo O prt n ie
condition, $75 each; one 400xl8
and one 3.75x19 motorcycle tire, 1974, 6 cyi.red AMC Gremlin, book
both new, $20 each. Call 64356 prices $2,550, will take highest of- Aplications should be submitted 'to the Consolidated Civilian Personnel DWHor 5117 AH. er n tat eneal ang. Cll office by the 'closing date indicated. If'insufficient applicants 'have DWH124 Dr 5115 A91H0 fe nta eearng. Cal filed by the closing date, applications will be aetd unti thepsto
is filled. Additional information concerning 'these vacancies may be .o btain18 lb.' heavy duty, GE washer in sevcsed at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by. reviewing vacancy g1 Oser ces" 2 announcementss posted of off ici4 bulletin boards.

BTU Fedders A/C, $125 each; one Husband and wife interested in
11, 000t BTU' Fedders A/C, excellent housesitting from now through Nov. 'ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE SALARY' CLOSING DATE COMMAND
condition, $135, all> just cleaned 20. Cal'64319'DWH or 85353 AWH.
and serviced and unused since ser- 10-535-76 "'Cable Splicer, WG10 $. 6.18 ph 'OPEN K PWD' vicing. Call90149 AWH. Cakes baked and decorated for all 35-024-76. Employe Development $16255 pa 15 Nov. 76 CCPO occasions. ..Call 95492 AT. " Specialist, GS-11 Fedders 6,000 BTU A/C, $45; barrel 10-763-76 Maintenance Representa- $11046 pa OPEN PWD
boat, 43x12, 18 HP Evinrude, $995 12-year-old girl would like to baby- 'tive, GS-7
or best offer. Call 98256 AT. sit anywhere, anytime. Call 98295 10-762-76 Mechanical Engineer, $19386 pa OPEN PWD AT. 'GS-12
~A set of Arnold Palmer signature '"60-057-76 Projectionist (Part '$ 5.00 per 8 Oct. 76 S/S
golf clubs, 3 through 9 irons and Will' do babysitting for working or time) movie
pitching wedge, 1 3, 4, 5 'woods, non-working mothers anytime day or 10-725-76 Telephone Mechanic, $ 6.43 ph OPEN PWD
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ide, Sun, Temp. High tide8: 54pm Low tilde-3:l7pm Sun'tcde--6:53am SUM et ---6:43pm Iigh-88 Low---74 Weather Forecast Partly cloudy. Winds SE 9-14, gusts to 18 knots. Bay conitions 1-3 feet. Vol. 31, No. 195 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, October 8, 1976 Ford doesn't know where Carter stands on issues LOS ANGELES (AP)--Pres. Gerald Ford told a Republican fund-raiser in Los Angeles last night that after two debates with Jimmy Carter, he still doesn't know where Carter stands on the issues. And Ford said of his Democratic rival, "I'm not sure he does" either. Ford shared the platform with his former Republican rival Ronald Reagan. Earlier yesterday, Ford tried to quell the storm over his comment in the debate Wednesday night that the Soviet Union does not dominate Eastern Europe. Without refuting what he said in the debate, Ford said he is very much aware of the present plight of eastern European countries. He said it is the policy of the United States to use every peaceful means to help those countries become less dependent on the Soviet Union. Ford declared the United States has never conceded and never will concede the domination of eastern Europe to the Soviets. BANGKOK, Thailand (AP)--Thailand's day-old military regime, enforcing martial law after Wednesday's bloody riots, clamped down on government machinery and the press yesterday and arrested about 3,000 persons in and around the capital. Police spokesmen said those arrested, most of them university students and about a quarter of them women, were being held on various charges of, subversion. Some could face a lifetime jail sentence. Police fired carbines in the air to disperse a crowd near Thammasat University, where savage fighting Wednesday between university leftists, right-wing groups and police left at least 26 dead and about 180 wounded, by police count. We have lost our freedom but have law and order," a Thammasat graduate told reporters near the university. Bangkok streets returned to normal yesterday. Stores and businesses were open, although patronage was light. A midnight to dawn curfew, imposed when the military took power, was lifted. All schools remained closed for the second day. A half-dozen tanks were posted near key government buildings as a show of force, but were later ordered back. Sangad Chalawyu, a former navy admiral and defense minister who heads the new regime, met with all ministry undersecretaries to explain new government policy but refused to speak to reporters. Little was made public about the men behind the seemingly well-organized takeover, but reliable sources said they believed Sangad was backed by stronger military and political figures. The 60-year-old Sangad heads an all-military body officially calling itself the National Executive Committee. Sangad's group pushed aside the tottering, civilian government of former Prime Minister Seni Pramoj. Authorities announced some form of censorship would be imposed on all publications, radio and television, and a spokesman said there Republican vice-presidential candidate Robert Dole spoke in Detroit yesterday and defended Ford's remarks and asked the group to look at Ford's record in relation to eastern Europe. Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller said yesterday Pres. Ford mis-stated his position on eastern Europe. Talking to reporters in Chicago, Rockefeller said, "In the heat of a debate, sometimes you're trying to say one thing and it comes out as though you said something else. What he was thinking is that the people of eastern Europe should not be under the influence of the Soviet Union." A number of foreign newspapers picked up on Ford's statement calling it, among other things, an "incredible blunder," a "major gaffe" and a "grave faux pas." At the United Nations, some diplomats suggested that Ford probably intended to say the U.S. doesn't recognize Soviet domination. Jimmy Carter sought to keep up pressure on Pres. Ford for the Republican' s eastern European comments. Carter hit at the issue in San Francisco and later in an appearance in Salt Lake City. Carter charged Ford "disgraced our country" by asserting eastern Europe does not live under Soviet dominance. Carter said, "That's obviously untrue, and it is a very serious blunder for him to say it." He said Polish-, Czechand GermanAmericans would not agree with Ford. would be a qualified censorship on international news organizations. He did not give details. Bangkok's 30-odd newspapers were shut down, but the regime said they could submit applications to resume publication. BMC Walter Kreyssig dies from shock A Guantanamo resident died yesterday afternoon after receiving an electrical shock at his quarters. BMC Walter Max Kreyssig was pronounced dead at 4:17 p.m. at the Naval Hospital. Chief Kreyssig was assigned to the diving locker of the Naval Station Ship Repair Department. He is survived by his wife, Jean Patricia, of 1239B Villamar. A preliminary investigation shows Kreyssig had been working on an addition to his house. While standing in a puddle he touched a conduit, which had faulty wiring in it. The circuit was completed causing the fatal shock. All residents are cautioned to be extremely careful when working with electricity. If you are unsure, contact an experienced electrician. WASHINGTON (AP)--In a reversal of policy, an administration spokesman said yesterday that Pres. Ford will make public future reports from U.S. companies which are asked by Arab countries to participate in a boycott against Israel. Ford had said in his debate with Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter Wednesday night that he would make these names public but he had not made it clear whether the action would be retroactive. Spokesman Horace S. Webb of the Commerce Department said the disclosure will apply only to future reports. The date beyond which the reports will be made public was to be announced by Ford. In his debate, Ford declared, Carter told a women's group in Los Angeles if he's elected President he'll remember special problems of minority-group women and the elderly. Carter promised his White House staff would include representatives to make sure he never forgets those problems. In Salt Lake City, Carter managed to avoid a possible political embarrassment. As he went down the receiving line in Salt Lake City's Salt Palace, Carter, whose recent comments about lust stirred controversy, spotted Congressman Allan Howe. He's the Utah Democrat who was convicted of a misdemeanor charge of trying to buy sex from a police decoy prostitute. When Howe extended his hand, Carter recognized him and gave him a brief "hello." At that time Carter was asked if he was endorsing any Democrats in Utah. Carter replied, "No, we'll let the people decide." Carter started to move along as Howe, with his hand still out, said he wanted to introduce Carter to one of his campaign helpers. Howe said, "She's 81." At that, Carter turned and shook her hand. Dauntless helps apprehend sailing vessel The Coast Guard cutter Dauntless was involved in the apprehension of a sailing vessel, with an estimated $2 million worth of marijuana aboard, according to a United Press International story in the Washington Post on Sept. 26. A Coast Guard spokesman said the Dauntless escorted the Nahoa into Miami on Sept. 25. According to Capt. J.J. Cadigan, from Fleet Training Group, the Dauntless was undergoing training at Gitmo just prior to the incident. The Nahoa was encountered in the Windward pass. The Coast Guard boarded the Nahoa in Haitian waters. It had been spotted the night before by a Drug Enforcement Administration plane off Jamaica. It was chased into Haitian waters with that government's permission. A Coast Guard spokesman said there were 187 bales of marijuana, weighing more than 6,500 pounds, found aboard the Nahoa. "Because the Congress failed to act, I am going to announce tomorrow that the Department of Commerce will disclose those companies that have participated in the Arab boycott. This is something that we can do. The Congress failed to do it, and we intend to do it." Yesterday White House spokesman John Carlson said it would only apply to future reports. Webb said he could see that some people might have interpreted the remarks as indicating past reports would be made public, but he said it could be read to apply only to future reports. Last November, a House Government Operations Subcommittee voted to hold former Commerce Secy. Rogers World News Digest DETROIT (AP)--United Auto Workers Pres. Leonard Woodcock says the three-year contract with the Ford Motor Co. could be ratified by Tuesday. But Woodcock adds that a strike will be in effect against Ford until local work disputes at key plants are resolved. NEW YORK (UPI)--A spokesman for the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York says Sen. Hubert Humphrey is progressing normally following an apparently successful operation for bladder cancer. Doctors performed the six-hour operation on the former vice president yesterday. The spokesman said last night Humphrey's vital signs were stable and he appeared cheerful. JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)--Earl Butz could find his scheduled appearance in the Mississippi Delta this afternoon less than pleasant. Civil rights leader Charles Evers says the former agriculture secretary is not welcome in the state and will be picketed by blacks if he attends a GOP fundraiser and tours delta farms. Butz resigned from the cabinet this week following controversy over a racial joke. UNITED NATIONS (AP)--The Vietnamese mission to the U.N. claimed yesterday "the only obstacle to the settlement of the Missingin-Action question" is the Ford administration. The mission issued a communique saying Vietnam continues to search for information about the MIAs. The mission criticized Pres. Ford for spurning Hanoi overtures to bilateral talks on the missing and post-war-aid to Vietnam. WASHINGTON (AP)--General Aircraft Corp. has filed a $25 million damage claim against the CIA, charging the agency used its name as a cover for covert operations overseas. The filing of the claim with the CIA by the Bedford, Mass., aircraft firm is a first step toward possible court action. The firm claims CIA agents posed as agents for one of its subsidiaries in the Congo, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. (AP)--The government of Panama yesterday accused both Pres. Ford and Jimmy Carter of being irresponsible and confused about the future of the Panama Canal. BECAUSE OF THE COLUMBUS DAY HOLIDAY THERE WILL BE NO GAZETTE MONDAY. C.B. Morton in contempt for refusing to provide the subcommittee with the reports. The subcommittee dropped the threat when Morton provided the reports under written assurance that the subcommittee would keep them confidential. Atty. Gen. Edward Levi had recommended the reports must be kept confidential. The former undersecretary of commerce, James A. Baker III, currently Ford's campaign manager, said in February that "disclosure of the names of the firms reporting compliance with boycott requests would have exposed such firms to economic retaliation by certain domestic groups, even though compliance with such requests would not have been in violation of any law." 3,000 persons arrested in Thailand Future reports to be made on boycott of Israel A-a All O)a '4y M6hou Ob The Navy oite a,6ead daity

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Guantanamo Gazette MOTOCROSS RACES SUNDAY Old Today's meeting The Socializers club will have a game night tonight beginning at 8. The public is invited. SUNDAY PROTESTANT SUNuAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to the 2nd grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a.m., CHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCalla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191, IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUE will meet at the COMO Club at 7 p.m. Games are open to all base residents. For more information call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT DOCTOR An ear, nose and throat physician will be at the Naval Hospital on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Any parents who think their child has a chronic ear, nose or throat problem should call the Naval Hospital Out Patient Department at 95432 and leave their name, phone number and chart number. The pediatrician, Dr. Dickens, will review your child's chart and arrange for an appointment with the ENT physician if deemed necessary. The Out Patient Department will notify parents who have had their child's record screened concerning the appointment. HARRY HONG KONG'S NEW SHOP Harry Hong Kong Tailor will open business today in the location of the old optical shop. The shop offers many fine selections including leather and suede designs to your own favorite style. They also specialize in new Navy dress blue uniforms, and have many leather jackets, denim jackets and maxicoats available in the shop. The operating hours will be the same as the NEX. AUTO PARTS FROM JACKSONVILLE The Navy Exchange will have Master Chief Recasner on the Jacksonville flight Oct. 21. Anyone in need of car parts should fill out a special order request at the Navy Exchange parts store and he will make every effort to bring the parts back with him. In an effort to reduce the last minute workload, the Exchange will make several phone calls to the Jacksonville exchange giving them the requirements. This extra time will hopefully give the exchange time to find some of those hard to get parts. PICTURES TO BE RESHOT Due to a malfunction in the camera none of the pictures taken by Aufenger Studios developed. We have rescheduled the studio to come back down here Oct. 14 through 18. If you had your picture taken by this studio in September, please call Personalized Service Center at 85389 and they will reschedule an appointment for you. There will be no charge for this second sitting. If anyone missed the first sitting we will accept some new appointments. The Navy Exchange is sorry for any inconcenience this may have caused. LITTLE THEATRE TO MEET The Little Theatre will hold a meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at Morin Center. FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION WILL MEET TODAY There will be an emergency general assembly meeting today at 7:30 p.m. at the FRA home. CUSTOMS NOMINEES MUSTER TODAY In conjunction with the customs inspector course, all nominees are to muster at 3 p.m. today in the topside lounge of the CPO Club. COLUMBUS DAY HOURS The Marine Corps Exchange Main Store and the Nautical Lantern Restaurant: will be closed Monday The Marine Mart will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The W. T. Sampson School, Kindergarten through grade 12 will be closed Monday as it is a national holiday. The Nursery school will also be closed. The Windjammer Club will be open from 1 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. Monday and the stateside group "Brandy" will be performing from 7:15 to 11. The club will be closed on Tuesday in lieu of the holiday. ROUGH RIDERS MEET SATURDAY There will be a meeting of the Rough Riders tomorrow afternoon at 2 at the corral. Members are urged to attend if they wish to be included in upcoming events. LEEWARD TEENS WANTED All Leeward Point teens interested in joining the Teen Club should call Mrs. Barber at 64579 after 5. CHARMERS MEET The Charmers will meet at the elementary school from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow. Older Charmmers will meet at Miss Tweet's house at 7:30 tomorrow for a charming slumber party. Bring sleeping bag and clothes for Sunday church service. If You have any questions call 85276. CHARITY BOWLING TOURNAMENT There will be a W. I. B. C. BBL handicap charity bowling tournament on Oct. 31 beginning at 11 a.m. in Marblehead Hall. Entry fee is $10 and covers all events. You can sign up now through Oct. 18 and entry forms are at the bowling alley or you can contact any W. I. B. C. representative or league secretary. RAQUETBALL TOURNAMENT There will be a raquetball tournament on Oct. 16 and 17. The roster deadline is 4 p.m. Oct. 14. Contact Special Services at 951160 if you wish to participate. WATEl STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,274,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 19,460,000 Community Bulletin Board Page 2 VL ULMU ay, Uct. 11, the Men's Golf Association will sponsor a "Point Tourney" open to all golfers with an estimated handicap. BLUE DOLPHINS MOVE SWIM MEET Full handicap to be used and played* a hpvA -1 -A The swimming meet for the Blue Dolphins swim club will be held at the Windjammer pool instead of the Marine site pool from 8 to 10 tomorrow morning. Come out and support Gitmo's youngsters. CLUB ADVISORY BOARD MEETS The Enlisted Club advisory board meeting will be held Wednesday in the Windjammer Club at 2:30 p.m. NEW SCHEDULE FOR GITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB The Gitmo Self Defense Club practice meetings at Marblehead Hall will be held as follows: Tue-Wed Sunday 6-8 p,m. 4-6 p.m. A new class will begin Tuesday. New members are welcome. For information call 85638, ask for Byron. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA a John H. CaMconell Capt. Davi W. D ok CnderCmadingo ficer LCdr. Mchael Cherry.,blA fairsO officer Y52 Mike Saft.Rporte JO3 Roy GriBgs.porter T 5 azetSB~ttte55555ispublished according to the ale ad regulations for ship ad station papers as outlined in NABEXOS P-35ad uethdicio or the Naval Base public affairs officer. Printed five timee weekly~at gormnt expee onsoernmnt equipment, the opinion rsaeet n-ies that appear hereinareo ttobecosteso fi iaplo nsrefl etin naeeofmavBe as iiULppear on the card: Hole in One 15 points Double Eagle 12 points Eagle 8 points 6 points 4 points 2 points Birdie Par Bogey 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. DEER PARK ZOO COMMITTEE TO MEET TOMORROW The Deer Park Zoo is in danger of closing. A reorganizational meeting will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Zoo. New members are urgently needed. YARD SALES A 2-family yard sale will be held from 9 to 1 Saturday at 1234-A VL on 5th Street. Items included will be unfinished furniture, maternity clothes sizes 7 and 8, and many other, items. A 2-family back yard sale at 603-B VL from 9 until noon tomorrow. Items on sale include children's clothing, shoes, a homemade bar, toys, kitchen items and lots more. Yard sale tomorrow; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 1235A Villamar. Clothing and large variety of books. Yard sale under the banyan tree, 400 Mobile Point, 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow. Call 95342. This Sunday the Guantanamo Bay Motorcycle Club is sponsoring motocross races at the Sherman Avenue track. All regular classes will be raced, plus the new street legal class. The field is open to everyone wishing to race and trophies are awarded in al'l classes. The racing begins at 1 p.m. with practice and safety inspections at noon. Refreshments will be available at trackside. Spectators are always welcome. The Motorcycle Club will hold track clean-up Saturday at 1 p.m. All members and other interested persons should attend. GAME WARDEN MEETING MONDAY There will be a game warden meeting Monday night at 7 in the Marina Point quanset hut. New officers will be elected at this meeting. FAMILY DAY AT THE YACHT CLUB Sunday is the regular monthly family day for fun sailing and pot luck dinner at the yacht club. Sailing begins at 1, social hour at 5:30 and dinner at 6 p.m. The club will provide hamburgers, hotdogs and fixings. Members are asked to bring: A-F, salads, G-L, casseroles, M-SM, desserts and SN-Z, casseroles. SWINGERS WILL ELECT OFFICERS The Gitmo Swingers square dance club will hold its semi-annual election of officers and monthly business meeting tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the club hall. A workshop will be held at 7:30. All members are urged to attend this important meeting. For more information call Jan Lingnau at 95543 AT. CHILDREN SLOWING CONSTRUCTION MCB-1 is presently working on a construction project in Caribe Village and has had problems with children interfering with their work. Parents are reminded that construction sites are hazardous areas and are asked to keep their children away from those areas. Friday, October 8, 1976 LITTLE THEATRE NEEDS PROPS 0 The Little Theatre needs the following props for the upcoming production of "Blithe Spirit". If anyone has any of these items and would be kind enough to lend them to the Little Theatre for this production, please contact Gina Schuhl at 952256 anytime or Diane Cutter at 85793 anytime. Mantle clock, silver inkstand, blotter, leather writing pad, standard lamp, girl-with-basket figure, girl-with-goat figure, negro figure, leaf table, glass jam pot and spoon, earthenware coffee pot, milk jug and cupid vase CRESCENDOS AT NCO CLUB The Crescendos will be performing at the NCO Club tomorrow from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. NAVY DAY SPECIAL AT COMO CLUB On Wednesday the COMO Club will present a Navy Day Special Family Night buffet featuring roast steam boat round, golden fried chicken, vegetable and salad with rolls. Apple pie ala mode is the dessert. The cost of this special buffet is $4.45 per person. Dinner will be served from 6 to 9 p.m. and the bar will be open from 4:30 to 11:45. Please call 951131 for your reservations. NON-U.S, WIVES TO HOLD MEETIN( The Non-U.S. Wives Club will hold a meeting at the new clubhouse at 7 p.m. Sunday. SURE LOSERS CLEAN-UP The Sure Weight Losers Club will hold its clean-up sessions on Tuesday. Wear old clothes and be prepared to work. For further information call 951051. TEEN CLUB MEETING All teens are to meet tomorrow at 7 p.m in the Teen Club to finalize plans for the Halloween party and revise the constitution. See you there. GOLF ASSOCIATION TO SPONSOR POINT TOURNEY COLUMBUS DAY On Columbus D ii O l

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Friday, October 8, 1976 W.S. concerned over Jamaica/Cuba friendship WASHINGTON (AP)--Jamaican Foreign Minister Dudley Thompson says he is against a proposed international fund that would be used to compensate Rhodesian whites for losses as Rhodesia shifts to black majority rule. "Who deserves that money," Thompson asked, "the slave masters or the people who have nothing?" Thompson made the comment Wednesday in Washington. He praised U.S. Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger as having made a "valiant effort" to promote black majority rule in Southern Africa, and he said Jamaica supports the aspirations of the majority in such countries as Rhodesia, Namibia and South Africa. However, Thompson said he is disturbed that certain activities in Jamaica seem to bear a "disconcerting resemblance" to the events preceding the fall of the Allende government in Chile in 1973. Thompson said a series of strikes, olitically-motivated crime and "orchestrated pronouncements in certain areas" of the foreign press have raised questions about whether there is a when to "destabilize" Jamaica. He said the Jamaican government has no evidence the U.S. government is responsible, but he expressed puzzlement about several stories written by American correspondents which he said have contributed to the prevailing uncertainty. According to one such story, he said, Cuba was training policemen in Jamaica. Even through the report was attributed to U.S. government officials, he said, the State Department knew that no such activity was taking place. Thompson was asked about recent allegations by Phillip Agee, a former CIA agent who has written a book critical of the CIA. Thompson said the CIA has "significantly" increased its operations in Jamaica over the past five years. Given Agee's experience with the agency, Thompson said, it is "difficult to discount" his statements. e said the Jamaican government is 11not in a position to confirm or deny it. Moreover, he said, One does not deport a person simply because he is a member of the CIA." In recent weeks, American officials privately have expressed concern about Jamaica's leftward drift, particularly as it relates to the country's growing friendship with Cuba. Officials say Cubans have been assisting Jamaica in school and dam construction. Thompson opened the news conference with a confirmation of friendship with the United States and he cited gne issue in which Jamaica has declined to follow Cuban policy. In contrast to Cuba, he said, Jamaica has never supported the independence movement in Puerto Rico. Guantanamo Gazette Gitmo Dialogue Dear Editor, We extend our appreciation to the personnel of VC-10 and the Gitmo community for all the assistance and loving kindness received in our time of sorrow, and for all the gifts and best wishes received in a time of joy. A very special "Thank You" to Dr. Lahr and the staff of Ward D for a job well done. Our sincere thanks, AMH1 and Mrs. R.L. Tisdale & Sons Rodney and Warren Israel calls for troop withdrawal UNITED NATIONS (AP)--Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon called yesterday for the withdrawal of all foreign Arab and Palestinian troops from Lebanon and said that country must never again become a base for attacks on Israel. Addressing the General Assembly, Allon also decried the "frantic arms race" in the Middle East and said Israel was prepared to enter into immediate negotiations with its Arab neighbors toward a balanced reduction of weapons purchases. Allon said Israel's "overriding desire is that peace and tranquility are restored to Lebanon." He criticized the U.N. Security Council for remaining silent despite "massive intervention by regular and irregular foreign Arab troops" from Syria, Iraq and Libya. The Lebanese tragedy, the foreign Guyana investigates airplane crash GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP)--A threeman investigating team from Guyana, including Guyanese Civil Aviation Director Raymond Roberts and two police detectives, lett yesterday for Barbados to investigate the Cuban airplane crash that killed 78 persons. The Guyana government said Barbados Prime Minister Tom Adams requested the special team help in the probe of the crash of the Cuban jet, which occurred Wednesday afternoon. Most of the persons who died were Cuban, but 11 Guyanese, five North Koreans, one Colombian, one Venezuelan and two Trinidadians were also among the victims. The Cuban News Agency reported that 16 members of Cuba's championship fencing team were among those killed. Officials disclosed that five members of a North Korean government mission were also killed. The dead Guyanese passengers included six medical students, a diplomat's wife and four others. a************************ *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) hoHome o Work on ) minister said, had destroyed the Arab contention that Israel should be replaced by a secular state of Moslems, Christians and Jews. "Where is the beautiful mirage now?" Allon asked. "Destroyed in the fires of Lebanon, by the same gangs of terrorists who are the prime instigators of the bloodletting there." He said the future of Lebanon must be decided by its own people without the presence of foreign troops. "Above all, we expect that Lebanon not again become a base for attacks on Israel and its people." "Inventory shortage" is the term the retail industry uses to classify "disappearance" of merchandise, those items that are documented as having been received from suppliers but have never been converted to cash register sales and are no longer in stock. According to merchandising experts, inventory shortages invariably are, to a degree, the product of shoplifting. Nationwide, shoplifting exacts an awesome toll, and deprives retail organizations of millions upon millions of dollars annually. Many a merchandising operation has literally been shoplifted into bankruptcy, and more and more stores are finding it necessary to beef up their security staffs and install expensive anti-theft gadgetry. As you look around the exchange you can see some of these changes appearing in Gitmo. Why are we mentioning all of this? Simply because recent incidents indicate that shoplifting activity in Navy exchanges may be increasing. And, we feel, this information should be a matter of grave concern to everyone who is entitled to the NEX shopping privilege. At stake BOOST deadline extended to Nov. 1 WASHINGTON (MCNews)--The deadline date for submitting applications foi the Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) Program has been extended to Nov. 1, 1976. BOOST is a one-year college preparatory program which was created to provide educationally or culturally deprived Marines an opportunity to more equitably compete for selection to an officer program. The programs include the Marine Corps Enlisted Commissioning Education Program (MECEP), the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program (NESEP), the United States Naval Academy or the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC). Interested Marines who possess the necessary qualifications for participation in one of the officer programs should contact their local education officer or commanding officer for assistance. Marine Corps Order 1560.24A contains detailed information pertaining to the program. Page 3 Gitmo bank changes name PORTSMOUTH, Va.--On Oct. 4, 1976, American National Bank changed its name to Fidelity American Bank NATidewater. As of Aug. 31, Fidelity American Bank NA-Tidewater had assets of $110 million and maintains a total of 12 offices in Portsmouth, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Suffolk and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Explaining the name change, Monte M. Miller, president, emphasized there has been no change in the bank's ownership, management or staff. "Only our name has changed, and customers will begin noticing the change in ou. signs, advertising and new forms being implemented by our bank after Oct. 4, 1976." He stressed that present customers of Fidelity American Bank NATidewater will not be inconvenienced by having to exchange old passbooks, or checks for new ones as these documents will still be effective under the new name. "Checks bearing the new name will be provided automatically when customers exhaust their existing supplies and reorder," Miller noted. All 15 member banks of Fidelity American Bankshares, Inc., a major Virginia multi-bank holding company, changed their names Oct. 4 to include the words "Fidelity American Bank." Fidelity American Bankshares, Inc. has in excess of $850 million in assets with 81 affiliate bank offices statewide. is the preservation of one of your key benefits, in addition to the continued existence of the many worthwhile recreation activities that Navy Exchanges help to support. The Navy Exchange is especially vulnerable to the adverse impact of shoplifting because of our uniquely low prices. Unlike large stores in the commercial sector, we don't have the luxury of a profit cushion capable of offsetting losses caused by theft. Since our bills must be paid, regardless of how large a portion of our revenue-producing inventory "vanishes," we are compelled to adjust to occurring shortages by means that are as unpleasant to us as they are to our patrons. We dislike having to raise prices and we dislike having to reduce merchandise selection or curtail desirable services. These are some of the things that increased shoplifting could bring about. We also strongly dislike spending increasing amounts of your money for security staffing and theft-deterring apparatus, when those funds could rightfully be used to support your morale and welfare fund. The message is quite clear. If the Navy Exchange is to maintain its unique shopping appeal, low prices and quality service, shoplifting and other forms of exchange abuse cannot be tolerated. Through increased publicity, customer education and collective vigilance, we believe this undesirable trend can be reversed so the Navy Exchange can continue its mission of service to Navy people and their dependents. It is for this reason that the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Navy Exchange will be featuring more articles with various forms of exchange abuse, in future issues of the Gazette. Shoplifting is a serious abuse of the exchange privilege. The act is legally referred to as "larceny," and it is generally defined as the carrying away of property without the owner's consent and with the felonious intention of converting it to the taker's use or disposition. Penalties faced by the apprehended shoplifter are far from pleasant. They can include loss of exchange and such punishment as may be prescribed by military authorities. Offenders not subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice face possible prosecution in federal and state criminal courts. 'Inventory shortage' is problem at NEX

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Page 4 SPORTS SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE New York Islanders 3, Philadelphia 0 Montreal 10, Pittsburgh 1 Boston 6, Minnesota North Stars 2 Washington 3, Detroit 3 (tie) Atlanta 4, Los Angeles 2 Chicago 6, St. Louis 4 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Cincinnati 7, Minnesota Fighting Saints 2 NBA EXHIBITIONS New York Knicks 112, New York Nets 107 San Antonio 114, Houston 104 Philadelphia 117, Buffalo 113 Touch football standings These are the touch football standings as of Security Group Marine Barracks NavSta Blue NAS Airdales NAS Blackshoes Crane Hill Tuesday. Won 8 7 6 4 1 0 (If Lost 1 2 3 5 8 9 Guantanamo Gazette Ali given 60-day grace period NEW YORK (AP)--The Ring Magazine said yesterday it would give Muhammad Ali a 60-day grace period before officially declaring him the retired world heavyweight boxing champion. "If he sticks to this statement (of retirement), The Ring will be forced to accept his retirement and the heavweight title will then be vacant," the publication said in a prepared statement. "To give Ali time to ponder, The Ring will give him 60 days in which to make his final decision. If at the end of that period, Ali still maintains that he is in retirement, we will consider his announcement as final and his title vacant. The magazine, which publishes its own boxing ratings, added, "The Ring will then recognize the winner of a fight pairing the two leading contenders, George Foreman and Ken Norton." Ali dropped his retirement bombshell while on a visit to Istanbul last Friday morning, a few days after he narrowly retained his crown in New York in a controversial 15round fight with Norton. !D4~~Js~~ 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. 'forsale 1973 Honda CL-100, $280 or best offer, contact Bob at rm M-205 in GHB or call 85203 DWH. Hammond organ, auto cord, dual keyboard, rhythm section, built-in cassette deck, excellent condition, cost $1,700 new, make a reasonable offer; recliner, embossed vinyl, motor driven, $75; radio, auto/truck dash mount, 12 volt, like new, cost $151, make offer. Call 95577 DH or 952245 AWH. 6,000 BTU A/C, Whirlpool, 1-yearold, $100. Call 99171 AT. 10,000 BTU Whirlpool A/C and 7,000 BTU Westinghouse A/C, both in good condition, $75 each; one 400x18 and one 3.75x19 motorcycle tire, both new, $20 each. Call 64356 DWH or 951157 AWH. 18 lb. heavy duty, GE washer in good condition, $125; 2-12,000 BTU Fedders A/C, $125 each; one 11,000 BTU Fedders A/C, excellent condition, $135, all just cleaned and serviced and unused since servicing. Call 90149 AWH. Wooden magazine rack, $10; hand mixer, $5; bathroom cabinet, $10. Call 951247 DWH or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. "The Green Thing", latest edition. One owner, 13,000 miles, extras, $3,250 or best offer, available in December, call 85375 DWH or 98295 AWH. 1973 Honda CR125 Motocross race bike, new rubber and exhaust, $550 or best offer. Ask for TJ or give message at 90113 DWH or GHB, room E-101 AWH. 22,000 BTU Fedders A/C, $220, new motor, excellent condition. Call 96260 AWH or 64350 DWH. Double bedding, $2; Fisher Price schoolhouse, $2.50; album case, $1; 8-track tape case, $1; men's double knit pants 38-32, 3 pair, $2; red velvet bed spread, double size, $20; "Lite-Brite", still in box, $3; Magnavox color TV, needs work, early American type console, $50 or best offer. Call 99168 AWH. 1973 Plymouth Cuda, 340, 4 bbl, 3speed on the floor. Red with black stripes, chrome reverse Cragers, tape player, new clutch, $2,200. Call 99178 AT. 1974, 6 cyl red AMC Gremlin, book price $2,550, will take highest offer in that general range. Call 951247 DWH or 99190 AWN. services Husband and wife interested in housesitting from now through Nov. 20. Call 64319 DWH or 85353 AWH. Cakes baked and decorated for all occasions. Call 95492 AT. Fedders 6,000 BTU A/C, $45; barrel boat, 43x12, 18 HP Evinrude, 995 12-year-old girl would like to babyor best offer. Call 98256 AT. sit anywhere, anytime. Call 98295 AT. A set of Arnold Palmer signature golf clubs, 3 through 9 irons and pitching wedge, 1, 3, 4, 5 woods, $100 or best offer. Call 85138 and leave message for Williams or see at GHB "C" complex rm. P-205. 23' RCA color TV, good working condition, $150. Call 85699 DWH or 85451 between 5 and 6:30 p.m. 1972 Honda CL-350, back rest and luggage rack, 2 helmets, extra tuneup accessories, good condition, $550 or will accept trade of car of equal value. Call 99170 AT. Will do babysitting for working or non-working mothers anytime day or night, call 97113. wanted Someone who makes ice cream. Please call 97113 by today. German records to borrow or rent on Oct. 30. Call 951131 DWH. Female bowling partner for Friday night mixed doubles handicap league. Contact Chief Bond, rm M-301 or call 85857 DWH. Friday, October 8, 1976 Broadcast sports editor picks pros Editor's note: The following are predictions for weekend pro football games by UPI broadcast sports editor Wally Martin: Vikings over Bears Broncos over Oilers Raiders over Chargers Dolphins over Colts Patriots over Lions Redskins over Chiefs Giants over Cowboys Cardinals over Eagles Bills over Jets Bengals over Buccaneers Steelers over Browns Saints over Falcons Packers over' Seahawks Rams over 49ers MacPhail makes decision on batting title (AP)--American League Pres. Lee McPhail said yesterday he could find no evidence of wrongdoing in the misplay of a flyball that enabled George Brett to edge Kansas City teammate Hal McRae for the league batting title. McRae accused Minnesota outfielder Steve Brye of deliberately letting a ball hit by Brett drop for a hit in Sunday' s season finale. However, MacPhail sided with Brye, who testified he had difficulty seeing the ball and had every intent to catch it. In a prepared statement, MacPhail said he "is satisfied that the American League batting championship was won on merit." Sports in brief (AP)--Hank Aaron returned to the Atlanta Braves yesterday as a vice president in charge of player development and the farm system. T all-time home run champion finish.W his playing career with the Milwaukee Brewers last Sunday. The Braves also announced that onetime pitching star Johnny Sain has been hired as pitching coach. Sain pitched for the old Boston Braves before they moved to Milwaukee. RENO, Nev. (AP)--The early betting line from Reno slightly favors the New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds in the baseball playoff tomorrow. The Yankees face the Kansas City Royals for the American League Pennant, while the Reds go against Philadelphia Phillies for the National League title. (UPI)--Minor league baseball manager Vern Rapp, the frontrunning candidate to manage at both San Francisco and St. Louis, chose the Cardinals over the Giants. The Giants then announced that Joe Altobelli will be their new manager. (UPI)--A New York Jets spokesman denied a report that head coach Lou Holtz will hire Rick Forzano as an assistant, although the two men are friends and chatted on the phone after Forzano quit as Detroit Lioin coach Monday. (AP)--The Pittsburgh Pirates have named Murray Cook as director of minor league clubs, succeeding Harding Peterson. Peterson will be vice president in charge of player personnel. (AP)--Americans Hale Irwin and Ray Floyd have reached the semi-finals of the Piccadilly World Match Play Golf Championships in England. 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 pRosition is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing vacancy announcements posted of officia, bulletin boards. ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE 10-535-76 35-024-76 10-763-76 10-762-76 60-057-76 10-725-76 80-009-76 Cable Splicer, WG-10 Employee Development Specialist, GS-11 Maintenance Representative, GS-7 Mechanical Engineer, GS-12 Projectionist (Part time) Telephone Mechanic, WG-11 Clerk-Typist, GS-4 SALARY CLOSING OATH COMMAND $ 6.18 ph OPEN PWD $16255 pa 15 Nov. 76 CCPO $11046 pa OPEN $19386 pa OPEN $ 5.00 per 8 Oct. 76 movie $ 6.43 ph OPEN $ 7976 pa 15 Oct 76 PWD PWD S/S PWD ROICC Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 10-308-75 20-015-75 30-037-75 45-085-75 94-001-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Accounts Maint. Clk., GS-3 Store Worker, (Int.), WG-4 Library Aid, (Int.), CS-2 $6296pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN $7102pa OPEN $4.73ph OPEN $6296pa OPEN BPTO Flight Schedule DAY/ ARRIVALS DEPARTURES DATE FROM ETA A/C FLT TO ETD A/C FLT Sat. Oct. 9 SCOTT AFB 1125 C9 MEDIVAC RSYRDS 1200 C9 MEDIVAC Sun. NORF 1645 C141 ABA0475 Oct. 10 NORF 2030 C130 HBA0475 NORF 2230 C130 HBA0476 Mon. Oct. 11 NORF 1315 C141 AQA0471 RSYRDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 KING 1740 C141 AQA0472 KING 1430 C141 AQA0471 Tue. Oct. 12 NORF 1200 C141 A0A0472 Wed. .HAITI 0930 C118 EMBASSY HAITI 0700 C118 EMBASSY Oct. 13 RSYRDR 1740 C141 ABA0474 HAITI 1600 C118 EMBASSY HAITI 1830 C118 EMBASSY Thu. Oct. 14 NORF 1315 C141 AQA0471 NORF 1155; C141 ABA0474. KING 1740 Cl41 AQ A472 KING 1430 C141 AQA0471 Oct. 15 NORF 1155 C141 AQA0472 MWAMWII .I -I I I r


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