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Vol. 31, No. 196 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Tuesday, October 12, 1976
Widow of Mao reported arrested for plotting coup
LONDON (Al)--The widow of Party, Wang Hung-Wen; first vice
Chairman Mao Tse-Tu g, Chiang Ching, premier, Chang Chun-Chiao; and a reportedly has been arrested in leading ideologue, Yao Wen-Yuan.
Peking on chargesof plotting a coup. The paper's correspondent says all
The London "Daily Telegraph" re- four have support among young left- Wws Dige t
ports from Peking that she and three ists, but have been opposed by vet- BOMBAY (UPI)--An Indian Airlines other ultra-leftist members of the eran Communists. jet on a domestic flight crashed in
Chinese Communist Party Politburo flames today shortly after taking
have been detained by authorities. The three arrested with Chiang off from Bombay. All 95 persons The paper quotes reliable sources Cheng are members of the so-called aboard were killed. It's not yet
as saying the arrests were announced "Shanghai Clique." The group cane known if any Americans were on the
to political organizers over the The 62-year-old Chiang Cheng is a to prominence in the Cultural plane.
weekend. The arrests were apparently one-time movie actress who became Revolution of the 1960s.
made some time after Sept. 30, when Mao's fourth wife. The Telegraph Wall posters went up in Peking BANGKOK (UPI)--In an interview the four made their last known public story identified the others ',as the yesterday explaining the appointment with a Thai newspaper, a foreign
appearance. second vice chairman of the Chinese of Hua Kuo-Feng as chairman of the policy adviser of the new military Chinese Communist Party. The post- government in Thailand says his
oT sers say the decision to elevate country will pursue closer ties
g t remier Hua to the chairmanship was with the United States and Japan.
made while Mao was still alive. The advisor also promises the miliLONDON (AP)--B ritain's Labor gov- tary junta, which seized power last
e .ment survived an opposition on- Talks lead to agreement week, will favor non-Communist naslaught on its ecomic policies '' tions.
yesterday and won parliamentary to cease fire
backng by 301 to 288 in the 635- PITTSBURGH (UPI)--After three
member House of Commons. CHTOURA, Leban6n (AP)--Middle level years of haggling with government
Thevote fol ed a six-hour de- talks between Lebanese, Palestinian agencies, U.S. Steel has agreed to
bate on the country's economic ' '-and Syrian representatives yesterday stop polluting the air around its
crisis. But neither the Tories nor . led to an agreement to cease fire in Clairton, Pa., Coke Works. As
the left wing of' te Labor Partv won the Lebanese civil war, Arab League part of the agreement, the federal
any concessions from Prime Minister mediator Dr. Hassan Sabri Kholi an- government will drop its $3 million James Callaghan or his Chancellor of nounced. suit against U.S. Steel forlviolatthe Exchequer. Denis Healey. Kholi made the announcement as he ing pollution laws.
The only way out of the country's ' The leftist "Tribune Group" of emerged from a 13-hour meeting which
economic crisis is to press forward Labor Party legislators met outside was a continuation of talks began ' CHIHUAHUA, Mexico (UPI)--It's now
with the government's strategy of the chamber duringthe debate" and Saturday. reported at least two Amricans
close cooperation with the trade attacked Healey's refusal to adopt He said the agreement should be ' died in Sunday's head-on train colunion'a to combat, inflation by curb- .their policy of 'stringent import approved by Lebanese Pres. Elias" ' lision in 2Mexico. Authorities say
ing wage costs, while pressing in- controls, seizure of private British Sarkis, Syrian Pres. Hafez Assad 'and it's possible there may be more
dustry to invest' for expansion. assets abroad for the national good guerrilla chief Yasir Arafat before American victims still unidentified
Opposition speakers pointed as and government moves to force' greater going into effect. ' in the wreckage. Most of the dead
signs of the government's failure to investment in production by industry. "But I don't see why should they and injured were in a passenger car
the declining value of the national Brian Sedgemore, economic spokes- refuse to approve it," Kholi added. that plunged down an enbankment.
money, down 17 per cent over the man of the group of. about 40 legis- The agreement to cease fire was
past year; the biggest budget deficit lators called Healey "the beggar one topic of the meeting at a honey- NEW YORK (UPI)--A 19-year-old
in British history at more than $20 boasting about his credit-worthiness mooners' hotel in this east Lebanese newlywed gas station attendant has billion, rising inflation,'and the in jaded treasury jargon." ' ' resort, held primarily to solve dis- walked off with all the marbles in
tighest credit squeeze ever in this But the group said it would not putes between Syria and the Palestine the recently revamped New York State
country. .vote against the administration be- Liberation Organization. Other top- Lottery. Robert Netto, a high
cause they considered Tory policies ics are a Palestinian and Lebanese school dropout married four and a demanded sharp slashing of worse. Some members of the group leftist-Moslem demand for the with- half months ago, will get $1,000
te spending to reduce the budget were believed to have abstained, how- drawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon every week for the rest of his life.
deficit and when this was rejected ever. and a rightwing Christian demand for He'll gross $1 million by the time
by both Healey and Callaghan, the the return of the guerrillas to their he's 38Tory leader, Mrs. Margaret Thatcher Callaghan, who wound up the debate, camps and the implementation of
called for the vote'pn a procedural told the house, "Millions of people agreement governing Palestinian ex- ROCHESTER, Minn. (UPI)--Ladybird
issue to adjourn the' house. are willing the Labor government to istence on Lebanese soil. Johnson has checked into the Mayo
"We need the open recognition that :succeed. We shall br-ing the country Kholi said the talks would be re- Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for
the government's economic strategy through." sumed on the same level tomorrow. three days of routine medical tests
has collapsed. and we need a series The closest the government came to
of measures that will restore con- ' a 'concession was Healey's promise to Funeral expected Friday for Kreyssig
fidence," she told the house amid" .make "'painful adjustments" if the
conservative cheers and Labor boos. situation became worse.
The body of BMC Walter Kreyssig
Chances for quick end to strike clouded left Guantanamo Bay this morning, via the Norfolk MAC flight, enroute
DETROIT .AP)--Chances for a quick 25 and 35 and a half cents an hour to Broadbrook, Conn. Funeral serend to the 28-day-old Ford Motor Co. over three ,years for the trades, vices are expected to be conducted strike were clouded yesterday as a which include electricians, repair- this Friday. Mrs. Kreyssig and BMC tentative contract settlement faced :men, millwrights and tool and die ' Andrew Aliff, a close friend of the
rejection by rebellious United Auto makers. family and co-worker with the deWorkers' skilled tradesmen. Under the new package, the hourly ceased, escorted the body.
Union leaders have given the 25,000 wage for the average assembly line - BMC Kreyssig, who was assigned. to
tradesmen veto rights on the' new worker would 'rise from the current the diving locker of the Naval three-year accord: even if a majority $6.57 to $7.36 6by1979 while the Station Ship Repair Department,
of the 145,000 UAW production workers average toolmaker's hourly wage died last Thursday afternoon as the 'at the number two auto maker ratify would go up from $8.5 to $9.34 an result of an electrical shock. It the agreement. ... hour. ... ' occurred while the Kreyssig' s were
"There's no question it'll be a However, many tradesmen have con- in the process of cleaning their
close vote," one uMn official con- plained their wage increase is not Villamar quarters as part of the
ceded after early returns showed sufficient. They also have griped packing-out procedure..
tradesmen turning down the proposed about not getting adquate represen- After washing down.the floor of a
pact by a narrow margin; "'We remain tation within the union, and bar- utility room that had been built as running out to the scene threw herhopeful it will be approved, but the gainers' 'failure to protect them a non-attached addition tQ the self at ,her husband to break his
outcome is uncertain," the official -from losing their jobs to outside quarters prior to the. Kreyssig's physical contact with the current.
added. ' contractors. arrival in Gitmo, Chief Kreyssig She succeeded but in tte process
Balloting at UAW Ford locals in 22 The walkout, which began at mid- attempted to take down some curtains received a shock that caused her to
states will not be completed until night Sept. 14, has caused Ford the while standing on the freshly washed lose consciousness.
tonight. Union officials said voting loss of some 325,000 units, with a floor. The curtains, while not
bypr-dction wrkers was running , factory value of $1.8 billion physicali hanging from an electric(about two to one in favor of r atifi- al conduit, were hanging on. a rod Both were rushed to the hospital cation. The final tally would be Fir dam ge home that did make contact with the elec- where attempts "to revive Chief 7,announed .. .. .. . late today or early tomor- ? : #5....trical conduit Used ,to supply power Kreyssig were unsuccessful and he
/ row, a union'spokesa sai. in vaismi-,ur to the addition. Apparently, that 'was Pronounced dead at 4:17 p.m.' /Highliht oftenwareetconduit had faulty wiring in it and "Mrs. Kreysig was treated for shock inlde seven additional ,paid days... A fire yeserday considerably dam- had become elIctriclly chargeon adrlsdthtfeno. ffb.17,athree per cent annual aged the 'home o0f AT2 Elbert Goodall the outside. MrS. Kreyssig states that her wag hie plus' anther 20 cents .in, . at 263D illaar. .. .When Chief Kreyssig toUChed the husband had in no way been working. ::the fis y ear, and :improve' fringe Efforts to extinguish the blaze curtain rod he instantly received a withI the electrical circuitry which beefits. 'were somewhat homered by rain, but 220 volt shock and became grounded 'had been installed some two years
Italo roids secalsu- the storm activity is not beivd by: the charge. Mrs. Kreyssig heard ago by Navy Seabees from the Public pleenalwage premium of between to be :responsible for'the blaze, his scream from the house, and upon 'Works Department.
will accept some new appointme The Navy Exch-,g' 4-sorry for inconcenience this may have ca
LEEWARD TEENS WANTED
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LITTLE THEATRE :---DS FROP
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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast Partly cloudy. LoH td--:5p showers. Winds SE SWV~et ---6:4Opm to 25 in showers. Hgph----88 5ait'i ?4 4Bay conditions Low---74 1me a ddit11-3 feet. Vo.31,No. 196 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Tuesday, October 12, 1976 Widow of Mao reported arrested for plotting coup LONDON (AP)--The widow of Chairman Mao Tse-Tung, Chiang Ching, reportedly has been arrested in Peking on charges of plotting a coup. The London "Daily Telegraph" reports from Peking that she and three other ultra-leftist members of the Chinese Communist Party Politburo have been detained by authorities. The paper quotes reliable sources as saying the arrests were announced to political organizers over the weekend. The arrests were apparently made some time after Sept. 30, when the four made their last known public appearance. The 62-year-old Chiang Cheng is a one-time movie actress who became Mao's fourth wife. The Telegraph story identified the others as the second vice chairman of the Chinese vote gives backing to Labor government LONDON (AP)--Britain's Labor government survived an opposition onslaught on its economic policies yesterday and won parliamentary backing by 301 to 288 in the 635member House of Commons. The vote followed a six-hour debate on the country's economic crisis. But neither the Tories nor the left wing of the Labor Party won any concessions from Prime Minister James Callaghan or his Chancellor of the Exchequer Denis Healey. The only way out of the country's economic crisis is to press forward with the government's strategy of close cooperation with the trade union's to combat inflation by curbing wage costs, while pressing industry to invest for expansion. Opposition speakers pointed as signs of the government's failure to the declining value of the national money, down 17 per cent over the past year; the biggest budget deficit in British history at more than $20 billion, rising inflation, and the tighest credit squeeze ever in this country. They demanded sharp slashing of tate spending to reduce the budget deficit and when this was rejected by both Healey and Callaghan, the Tory leader, Mrs. Margaret Thatcher called for the vote on a procedural issue to adjourn the house. "We need the open recognition that the government's economic strategy has collapsed and we need a series of measures that will restore confidence," she told the house amid conservative cheers and Labor boos. The leftist "Tribune Group" of Labor Party legislators met outside the chamber during the debate and attacked Healey's refusal to adopt their policy of stringent import controls, seizure of private British assets abroad for the national good and government moves to force greater investment in production by industry. Brian Sedgemore, economic spokesman of the group of about 40 legislators called Healey "the beggar boasting about his credit-worthiness in jaded treasury jargon." But the group said it would not vote against the administration because they considered Tory policies worse. Some members of the group were believed to have abstained, however. Callaghan, who wound up the debate, told the house, "Millions of people are willing the Labor government to succeed. We shall bring the country through." The closest the government came to a concession was Healey's promise to make "painful adjustments" if the situation became worse. Chances for quick end to strike clouded DETROIT (AP)--Chances for a quick end to the 28-day-old Ford Motor Co. strike were clouded yesterday as a tentative contract settlement faced rejection by rebellious United Auto Workers' skilled tradesmen. Union leaders have given the 25,000 tradesmen veto rights on the new three-year accord even if a majority of the 145,000 UAW production workers at the number two auto maker ratify the agreement. "There's no question it'll be a close vote," one union official conceded after early returns showed tradesmen turning down the proposed pact by a narrow margin. "We remain hopeful it will be approved, but the outcome is uncertain," the official added. Balloting at UAW Ford locals in 22 states will not be completed until tonight. Union officials said voting by production workers was running about two to one in favor of ratification. The final tally would be announced late today or early tomorrow, a union spokesman said. Highlights of the new agreement include seven additional paid days off by. 1979, a three per cent annual wage hike plus another 20 cents -in the first year, and improved fringe benefits. It also provides a special supplemental wage premium of between 25 and 35 and a half cents an hour over three years for the trades, which include electricians, repairmen, millwrights and tool and die makers. Under the new package, the hourly wage for the average assembly line worker would rise from the current $6.57 to $7.36 by 1979 while the average toolmaker's hourly wage would go up from $8.5 to $9.34 an hour. However, many tradesmen have complained their wage increase is not sufficient. They also have griped about not getting adquate representation within the union, and bargainers' failure to protect them from losing their jobs to outside contractors. The walkout, which began at midnight Sept. 14, has caused Ford the loss of some 325,000 units, with a factory value of $1.8 billion Fire damages home in Villamar A fire yesterday considerably damaged the home of AT2 Elbert Goodall at 263D Villamar. Efforts to extinguish the blaze were somewhat hampered by rain, but the storm activity is not believed to be responsible for the blaze. Party, Wang Hung-Wen; first vice premier, Chang Chun-Chiao; and a leading ideologue, Yao Wen-Yuan. The paper's correspondent says all four have support among young leftists, but have been opposed by veteran Communists. The three arrested with Chiang Cheng are members of the so-called "Shanghai Clique." The group came to prominence in the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s. Wall posters went up in Peking yesterday explaining the appointment of Hua Kuo-Feng as chairman of the Chinese Communist Party. The posters say the decision to elevate Premier Hua to the chairmanship was made while Mao was still alive. Talks lead to agreement to cease fire CHTOURA, Lebanon (AP)--Middle level talks between Lebanese, Palestinian and Syrian representatives yesterday led to an agreement to cease fire in the Lebanese civil war, Arab League mediator Dr. Hassan Sabri Kholi announced. Kholi made the announcement as he emerged from a 13-hour meeting which was a continuation of talks began Saturday. He said the agreement should be approved by Lebanese Pres. Elias Sarkis, Syrian Pres. Hafez Assad and guerrilla chief Yasir Arafat before going into effect. "But I don't see why should they refuse to approve it," Kholi added. The agreement to cease fire was one topic of the meeting at a honeymooners' hotel in this east Lebanese resort, held primarily to solve disputes between Syria and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Other topics are a Palestinian and Lebanese leftist-Moslem demand for the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon and a rightwing Christian demand for the return of the guerrillas to their camps and the implementation of agreement governing Palestinian existence on Lebanese soil. Kholi said the talks would be resumed on the same level tomorrow. World News Digest BOMBAY (UPI)--An Indian Airlines jet on a domestic flight crashed in flames today shortly after taking off from Bombay. All 95 persons aboard were killed. It's not yet known if any Americans were on the plane. BANGKOK (UPI)--In an interview with a Thai newspaper, a foreign policy adviser of the new military government in Thailand says his country will pursue closer ties with the United States and Japan. The advisor also promises the military junta, which seized power last week, will favor non-Communist nations. PITTSBURGH (UPI)--After three years of haggling with government agencies, U.S. Steel has agreed to stop polluting the air around its Clairton, Pa., Coke Works. As part of the agreement, the federal government will drop its $3 million suit against U.S. Steel for violating pollution laws. CHIHUAHUA, Mexico (UPI)--It's now reported at least two Americans died in Sunday's head-on train collision in Mexico. Authorities say it's possible there may be more American victims still unidentified in the wreckage. Most of the dead and injured were in a passenger car that plunged down an enbankment. NEW YORK (UPI)--A 19-year-old newlywed gas station attendant has walked off with all the marbles in the recently revamped New York State Lottery. Robert Netto, a high school dropout married four and a half months ago, will get $1,000 every week for the rest of his life. He'll gross $1 million by the time he's 38ROCHESTER, Minn. (UPI)--Ladybird Johnson has checked into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for three days of routine medical tests Funeral expected Friday for Kreyssig The body of BMC Walter Kreyssig left Guantanamo Bay this morning, via the Norfolk MAC flight, enroute to Broadbrook, Conn. Funeral services are expected to be conducted this Friday. Mrs. Kreyssig and BMC Andrew Aliff, a close friend of the family and co-worker with the deceased, escorted the body. BMC Kreyssig, who was assigned to the diving locker of the Naval Station Ship Repair Department, died last Thursday afternoon as the result of an electrical shock. It occurred while the Kreyssig's were in the process of cleaning their Villamar quarters as part of the packing-out procedure. After washing down .the floor of a utility room that had been built as a non-attached addition to the quarters prior to the Kreyssig's arrival in Gitmo, Chief Kreyssig attempted to take down some curtains while standing on the freshly washed floor. The curtains, while not physically hanging from an electrical conduit, were hanging on a rod that did make contact with the electrical conduit used to supply power to the addition. Apparently, that conduit had faulty wiring in it and had become electrically charged on the outside. When Chief Kreyssig touched the curtain rod he instantly received a 220 volt shock and became grounded by the charge. Mrs. Kreyssig heard his scream from the house, and upon running out to the scene threw herself at her husband to break his physical contact with the current. She succeeded but in tI'e process received a shock that caused her to lose consciousness. Both were rushed to the hospital where attempts to revive Chief Kreyssig were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead at 4:17 p.m. Mrs. Kreyssig was treated for shock and released that afternoon. Mrs. Kreyssig states that her husband had in no way been working with the electrical circuitry which had been installed some two years ago by Navy Seabees from the Public Works Department.
Guantanamo Gazette 'o(1faV $ 1l Ce ill EXERCISE from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information call Leonard Gobert at 90126 AWH. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets tonight. For more information call 85697 AT. GITMO COIN CLUB meets in quonset hut 1817 behind the old elementary school at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Ed Kindley at 97283 AT. CITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB will meet at Marblehead Hall 6-8 p.m. Tomorrow's meeting BINGO will be played at the Staff NCO Club beginning at 8 p.m. ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet. For more information call 95454 DWH. GITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB will meet at Marblehead Hall 6-8 p.m. HALLOWEEN BALL AT CPO CLUB The CPO Club will host a Halloween Ball Oct. 30 at 9 p.m. in the Topside Lounge and Ballroom. The club will close to patrons without tickets at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person and include: open bar; hors d'oeuvres; dance contest; costume contest; door prizes; and, music by Pegasus. The event is limited to authorized patrons and their invited guests. Tickets may be purchased from ADJC Hall, VC-10; GySgt Smith, Co. L; DTC Gwaltney, Dental; YNCS Barnett, COMNAVBASE; ACC Patterson, NAS; HMCS Kelly, Hospital; Joyce Saat, CPO Wives' Club; and, from the mess treasurer at the club. CPO CLUB DINING, ROOM HOURS SHORTER DAY OF NAVY BALL The CPO Club will have shorter hours of operation of its dining room the day of the Navy Ball. The dining room will be open from 4 to 8 p.m. The Topside Lounge will be open for normal operation. TRY-OUTS FOR "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN" TO BE HELD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Additional try-outs for the Little Theatre's production of the offBroadway musical comedy, "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown", will be held Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. in the elementry school multipurpose room. The parts of Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Charlie Brown are still open. Also needed are people to help backstage. For more information call Mike Muziko at 95551 DWH. SPECIAL COMMUNICATION SET FOR TOMORROW There will be a special communication at the Caribbean Naval Lodge in Masonic apartments, building 800 at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow for the purpose of conducting work in the first degree. All Masons are cordially and fraternally invited to attend. WATER STAiUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,427,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 18,699,000 CPO INITIATION RITES SET FOR SATURDAY All Gitmo chief petty officers and their equivalents from other services are encouraged to attend CPO initiation Saturday in the Topside Lounge of the CPO Club. Washdown will begin at 11:30 a.m., dinner will start at 12:30 p.m., followed by the initiation rites at 1 p.m. According to a reliable source from the CPO Club's initiation committee there will be eight victims (candidates) for the October rites. The candidates include: MR1 Phil Wismer of Base Police; YN1 Stan Burkholder from COMNAVBASE; TM1 Walter Hess from Explosive Ordnance Disposal; ABHl David Lane from NAS; YN1 George Cason from F.T.G. plus three men from the USS Canopus (AS34). NAUTICAL LANTERN WILL BE CLOSED TODAY AND THURSDAY The Nautical Lantern will be closed today and Thursday. NO BINGO AT WINDJAMMER THURSDAY There will be no bingo at the Windjammer on Thursday. Bingo will resume Oct. 21. ARTS AND CRAFTS WORKSHOP MEETING TODAY There will be a meeting of the arts and crafts workshop at the old bakery. All members please come to discuss the next bazaar. NAVY DAY SPECIAL AT COMO CLUB Tomorrow 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. CHILDREN SLING 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. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA *ztZttt Capt. Jo .MCBell Capt.David W. DeCook Naval Base Naval Station ander Coandg Officer LCdr. Mchael Cherry.Public Afair Officer Y2 MBkeB Senft.Reporter J3R oy Griggs.Reporter Thev t Ga ettespublished according to the ule =d regulations for ship ad station newspapers a outlined i nWEODS P-35 ad under the direction o the Naval Base publicfr offier. Printed five times weeklyiat gvernment epense on overnmen equipment, the opinions or.tPateet i sitemsi,. that appear here aren-t to be cos .tued as officM ,,r rfl eting the viewy of. avBaseor the Aart t .the Nay. Country music awards presented NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)--Mel Tillis surprised the industry yesterday night by sweeping past a favored group of Texas "Outlaws" to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year Award. Dolly Parton won Best Female Vocalist for the second consecutive year. Parton Blind singer Ronnie Milsap was anothpr repeat winner, capturing the Male Vocalist of the Year award. Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, the renegade Texans who combined their talents on "Good Hearted Woman", won Vocal Duo and Single of the Year awards. The Best Album award went to Nelson, Jennings, Tompall Glaser and Jennings' wife Jessi Colter for their gold album "Wanted-The Outlaws." Nelson, who was favored by many in the industry to win the coveted Entertainer of the Year award, accepted for Jennings, who withdrew earlier from the competition for "personal reasons." The CMA awa:c; wrc telecast nationwide from the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville and the gala was co-hosted by Johnny Cash and Roy Clark. Most of the biggest names in country music appeared either as performers, presenters or winners. The 10 awards were evenly divided between the so-called progressive artists and the veterans. Repeat winners among the trdd-itionalists were the Statler Brothers who took Best Vocal Group honors for the fifth straight year. Clark and banjoist Buck Trent walked off with Bet Ins tramental Group for the second year in a rOw. Best Instrumentalist award went to Hargus "Pig" Robbins, a blind pianist and well known session musician. Kitty Wells, "The Queen of Country Music," was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame as was the late Paul Coehen, a Decca Records executive credited with signing many country artists in the 1950s. Community Bulletin Board -OEM EARS NOSE AND THROAT DOCTOR An ear, nose and throat physician will be at the Naval Hospital today, tomorrow 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. 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. Tuesday, October 12, 1976 "he Little Theatre will hold a meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at Morin Center. 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 Exch--4sorry for any inconcenience this may have caused. LEEWARD TEENS WANTED All Leeward Point teens interested in joining the Teen Club should call Mrs. Barber at 6457q after 5. LITTLE THEATRE :-ZDS FROPS 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, stan dard 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 PRE-APPLICATION COMMITTEE MEETING TONIGHT There will be a meeting of the pre-application committee of the Caribbean Naval Lodge today at 5 p.m. in building 800. uapporT L z_ LIAL Z.00 Mi
Gitmo Dialogue Dear Editor, The Deer Park Zoo Committee would like to thank the following for their contributions to the Deer Park Zoo: OWC $500.00 Hong Kong Tailor Shop 100.06 Hosp. Enlisted Wives Club 25.00 Gitmo Swingers Square Dance Club 50.00 Fil Am Club 50.00 Co. "L" Marine Wives Club 50.00 Co. "L" Marines 160.61 Gitmo Bay Racing Association 100.00 Socializers Club 50.00 Ordnance Wives Club 25.00 Non-U.S. Wives Club 25.00 3rd grade 38.50 6th grade 62.25 Gitmo Bay Officials Association 100.00 Intercommand Pistol & Rifle Matches 9.00 K.B. area kiddie carnival 38.95 Bowling Benefit 346.55 Without their goodwill and help the zoo could not continue, and one of the recreational spots of Gitmo would be lost. The zoo is still in need of more contributions and anyone who is willing to help make Gitmo a fun place to be can help. You can contact anyone on the committee to find out what you can do. The Deer Park Zoo is a nice family place, so for your children and the future children of Citmo let's help to keep it here. Deer Park Zoo Committee Reaction growing over Cubana crash MIAMI (AP)--P1b ic reaction is growing as more is learned about the Cubana Airlines crash in which 78 persons died near Barbados last week, Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro said yesterday. "There is increasing general indignation as far as the details of the aerial disaster," Castro said in a Havana radio interview monitored in Miami. "We must center our attention on this tragic and distressing problem," Castro said. It was Castro's first public comment on the crash, though his govern' Ent has charged that the United tates instigated the crash through the Central Intelligence Agency. The crash of the Cubana Airlines DC-8 was preceded by an explosion aboard. The plane,, headed for Jamaica and Havana, plunged into the sea three miles off Barbados 20 minutes after it took off from Bridgetown's airport. The crash killed all 73 passengers and a five-member crew. Dispatches from Port of Spain, the Trinidad capital, over the weekend said police there detained two Spanish speaking men carrying forged Venezuelan passports, for questioning in connection with the incident. They were said to have disembark@d from the ill-fated plane when it landed in Barbados. An anonymous caller told the Asocciated Press that commandoes of the United Revolutionary Organization (CORU) had placed a magnetic bomb aboard the airplane. Spokesmen for CORU have said they are Cuban exiles fighting Castro. Prime Minister John M. G. M. Adams of Barbados declared yesterday that Wednesday's crash was an act of terrorism. "We issue a stern warning to the misguided who would think of involving Barbados in their wicked designs that we consider such acts as instances of gross unfriendliness," he told the U.N. General Assembly. Adams said a "vigorous" joint investigation by the governments of Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago "have borne some fruit." But he did not elaborate. Reports said among those killed were 16 members of Cuba's championship fencing team and five members of a North Korean government mission. Adams said his government has expressed "deep regrets" to Cuba, Guyana and North Korea for the "senseless tragic act." "We will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to ferret out and punish the perpetrators," Adams added. SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--An upsurge in fighting even as blacks and whites prepare for talks on Rhodesia's future has killed 10 civilians, the government reported yesterday. Government security chiefs also said guerrillas had shot three black civilians whose bodies were found roped together. The initial report gave no further detail and it was unclear immediately whether the victims were three black nationalists missing since last week. Those men were members of a nationalist faction led by Bishop Abel Muzorewa and may have fallen victim to an outbreak of violence between nationalist groups. The government communique said guerrillas over the weekend blew up rart of a road bridge straddling the Inyangombe River in the RhodesInyanga National Park, a popular tourist resort about 20 miles from the Mozambique border. The communique said the bridge was quickly repaired and reopened to traffic. In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, a key black nationalist leader, Robert Mugabe, said yesterday he is pessimistic about the chances of success for the British-sponsored Geneva conference, which is scheduled to begin Oct. 21 and is designed to produce a biracial interim government for Rhodesia. Mugabe, a factional leader with close ties to black Rhodesian guerCampaign aims at ethnic groups NEW YORK (AP)--A major ethnic holiday dominated the campaign movements of Pres. Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter yesterday as they continued a quest for votes among immigrant families and descendants. Ford, in a published interview, accused his Democratic opponent of "pure demagoguery" in recent campaign attacks. Each candidate used a special Columbus Day event to attempt to gain favor among predominantly Catholic ethnic blocs of voters, viewed by some observers as a key to winning some populous industrial states from the Northeast to the Midwest. At a wreath-laying ceremony at a statue of Christopher Columbus outside Washington's Union Station, Ford declared that "the people of the old world still look to the new world as the champion of human rights. America has been their hope and their help and we will never let them down." He made no mention in his brief speech of the eastern European nations which have occupied a central place in recent campaign oratory, following Ford's remark in the debate with Carter last week that they were not dominated by the Soviet Union. Ford's attack on Carter appeared in the San Francisco Examiner, whose editor, Reg Murphy, interviewed the President in Texas over the weekend. Ford accused the Democratic nominee of impugning his integrity by raising questions about his past campaign finances and relationship with lobbyists. Republican leaders are urging Pres. Ford to fight back against what one called Jimmy Carter's "mean, nasty little campaign." The GOP leaders met with Ford and running mate Robert Dole at the White House yesterday. Sen. Jacob Javits of New York said he told Ford to speak out if he sees something in Carter that may "be harmful to our country." Washington Gov. Dan Evans objected to Carter's declaration that Ford appeared to be "brainwashed" by Polish Communist leaders. Ford meets with ethnic leaders at the White House today to clarify his controversial remarks on eastern Europe. Carter went to Columbus Day mass in Chicago with Mayor Richard J. Daley and various Italian-American political leaders, and was a feature attraction of the city's Columbus Day Parade. Daley gave Carter another ringing endorsement, praising him as a President who would eliminate "leadership without direction" and heard Carter declare that a joint commitment by himself and Democratic leaders could "restore our people's confidence in their own government." Carter told a Milwaukee fundraiser last night that the ill, the aged, minority groups and the unemployed were hurt when Pres. Johnson left the White House and Richard Nixon moved in. He promised to change things if he gains the White House. He said he would bring responsibility back to the Oval Office. Earlier, Carter dismissed any notion that he once had an extramarital affair. Syndicated columnist Jack Anderson says sources in the. Ford campaign leaked the rumor to him. Anderson says he checked it out and found no truth to it. ThePres. Ford Committee denies circulating the rumor. Panama may take 'drastic measures' PANAMA CITY (AP)--Panama will need international support if it resorts to "drastic measures" in its quest for control of the Panama Canal, Chief of Government Gen. Omar Torrijos said yesterday. Torrijos, speaking to an estimated 40,000 people on the eighth anniversary of his coming to power in a military coup, did not say what drastic measures Panama might take. Previously he has said Panama would resort to a guerrilla war if the United States did not agree to a new Panama Canal treaty that would relinquish control to Panama. Omar Torrijos Torrijos' speech was mild compared to other coup anniversary speeches when he attacked the U.S.-controlld Canal Zone as an imperialist enclave. "The Panamanian government is taking all the steps that can be taken) to find a solution through negotiations with officials of the United States government," he said yesterday. "But when all those channels are closed to Panama, the people will demonstrate they have enough courage to eradicate" U.S. control of the canal. "The government plan is to promote solution and not confrontation," he said. "But the Panamanian government will not betray its people." Torrijos tiade no mention of last Thursday's announcement that canal negotiations will resume within two weeks. The negotiations have stalled since last May. rillas operating from nearby Mozambique, said Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith's insistence on white control of the army and police in an interim government means there is "obviously no starting point for talks." Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo, another factional leader, have formed a united front and demanded a delay in the Geneva conference and an immediate transfer to black rule, Peace movement leaders attacked BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)-Two women leaders of an Irish peace movement were punched and kicked by a Roman Catholic mob that threatened their lives, said yesterday they would return soon to the scene of the attack to "explain what we are about." Meanwhile two more persons, a woman and a young girl, died in Northern Ireland's sectarian warfare, bringing the toll to at least 1,635 in seven years of Catholic-Protestant violence in Korthern Ireland. Betty Williams, 32, and Mairead Corrigan, 23, said they were determined to go back within a few days to the Turf Lodge, area of West Belfast where a mob of some 600 attacked them Sunday and then destroyed their cars when they took refuge in a Roman Catholic church. The attack came when they tried to address a meeting of the Turf Lodge Tenants' Association called to protest the death earlier in the day of a 13year-old boy hit in the head by a British soldier's plastic bullet. The two women are widely known as organizers of a peace movement that in the past seven weeks has gained considerable support. Both are Catholics, but their movement is unpopular in the Turf Lodge area where residents have charged the women are backed by the British government. The two deny the charge. Mrs. Williams said she and Miss Corrigan went to the meeting of the Tenants' Association, called to protest British Army actions in the area "because we have said we condemn all sorts of violence, includins violence by the British army." Rhodesia faces increased fighting Tuesdai October 12, 197A Guantanamo Gazette Page 3
Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Football standings Reds and Yankees hosts for third games AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W Baltimore 4 New England 3 Buffalo 2 Miami 2 New York Jets 1 Central Cincinnati 4 Houston 4 Cleveland 2 Pittsburgh 1 West Oakland 4 Denver 3 San Diego 3 Kansas City 1 Tampa Bay 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W Dallas St. Louis 4 Washington 3 Philadelphia 2 New York Giants 0 Central Minnesota 4 Chicago 3 Detroit 2 Green Bay 2 West San Francisco 4 Los Angeles 3 New Orleans 2 Atlanta 1 Seattle 0 Nelsen wins L 1 2 3 3 4 1 1 3 4 1 2 2 4 5 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L T 0 -0 1 0 2 0 3 0 5 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 4 0 5 0 contest This week's winner of the Pick the Pros Football Contest is Sue Nelsen. She missed four of the 14 games played Sunday and last night. She will receive her choice of four different prizes donated by Special Services and qualifies for the ProPlay-Offs Grand Prize. 01) All ads will be run one time only. You must submit your ad each time you want it printed. Ads may be submitted by calling before 4 p.m. or by dropping it in one of the drop boxes. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color or national origin will not be accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale 1974, 6 cyl. red AMC Gremlin, book price $2,550, will take highest offer in that general range. Call 951247 DWH or 99190 AWN. "The Green Thing", latest edition, one owner, 13,G0 miles, extras, $3,250 or best offer. Call 85375 DWH or 98295 AWR. Available in December. 1969 Yamaha CS-1, new clutch cable and discs, new battery, runs good, $300. Call 85530 AT. Wooden magazine rack, $10; hand mixer, $5; bathroom cabinet, $10, call 951247 DWH or 90294 after 6:30 p.m. 5 motorcycle helmets, 2 almost new. Call 98285 AWH. Surveyor CB2600, 5 watt, 23 channel, CB transceiver. Almost new. $90. Call Bill at 95451 DWE or 95414 AWH. Lady Kenmore dishwasher, coppertone, good working condition, $75. Call 951039 AT. 19k ft fiberglass Bayliner, 120 HP inboard, outdrive, with trailer; set of craft books; pet carrier; microscope set; 18,000, 12,000 and 6,000 BTU A/Cs. Call 951146 after 7 p.m. G.E. combination refrigerator/freezer, 14 cu.ft, self-defrosting, $145; painted (blue and green).bureau, three drawer, $15; painted (blue and green) bookcase, three shelves, $10; Encyclopedia Americana, 1954 edition, 30 vols., $10. Call 85152 AT. (AP)--The forecast is for nearperfect baseball weather this afternoon in Cincinnati as the Reds host the Philadelphia Phillies in the third game of the National League Playoffs. The Reds won the first two games of the best-of-five-series, in Philadelphia. Game-time temperatures are expected to be in the upper 60s, and there will be sunny skies at Riverfront Stadium. The Reds will have 15-game winner Gary Nolan on the mound. The Phillies will rely on Jim Kaat to keep them from being eliminated. The New York Yankees host their first playoff game tonight in remodeled Yankee Stadium. The Yanks and the Kansas City Royals are locked in a one-to-one tie after two playoff games in Kansas City. The Yankees pin their hopes today on 17-game winner Dock Ellis. The Royals will be going with Andy Hassler, who put together a string of 18 straight losses late last season and early this year. His record on this year is five wins and 12 losses. NFL football scores Sunday's results New York Jets 17, Buffalo 14 Dallas 24, New York Giants 14 Kansas City 33, Washington 30 Cleveland 18, Pittsburgh 16 Cincinnati 21, Tampa Bay 0 Detroit 30, New England 10 Minnesota 20, Chicago 19 Green Bay 27, Seattle 20 St. Louis 33, Philadelphia 14 New Orleans 30, Atlanta 0 Houston 17, Denver 3 Baltimore 28, Miami 14 Oakland 27, San Diego 17 Monday's results San Francisco 16, Los Angeles 0 rF' 2 cribs, $10 each; infant back carrier, $5; walker, $3; slow cooker, $10; new electric bake and serve, $15; misc. cat items, $5 for all. Call 90150 AWH. 1966 Mercury Comet, good running condition, $500. Call Harrison at Bay Hill, 85451, room 742 AWH. 1959 Ford Gitmo Special, $175. Call 64217 DWH. 1973 Honda CR125 Elsinore Motocross, new rubber and new pipe, $550 or best offer. Ask for TJ at 90113 DWH or GHB, room E-101 AWH. California king-size waterbed with frame and heater, $150; assorted fish tanks, lights and stands; terrarium with plants, $15; ceramic paints, glazes and stains; redwood round picnic table with 3 benches, $10; 16 gauge shotgun shells, 1 box, $2; 1 set ladies golf clubs and bag (minus putter), $30; 1 pair ladies golf shoes, size 6 $5; go-cart frame with Rupp wheels and Rupp motor not mounted, various parts. Call 95793 AT. wanted Someone in ballet class on Mondays, 4 to 5 p.m., to take my daughter to class. Will either pay or provide return transportation for your child. Call 95375 AWH. services 12-year-old girl would like to babysit anywhere, anytime. Call 98295 AT. Will babysit in my home for working mothers, ages 3 and up. Call 97174 AT. Husband and wife interested in housesitting anytime until Nov. 22. Call 64319 DWH or 85353 AWH. LCDR and family interested in housesitting anytime from now through November. Call 64398 DWH. Tuesday, October 12, 1976 College football score EAST Amn. Int'l 14, Amherst 6 Alfred 3, St. Lawrence 2 Bethany 13, John Carroll 7 Bluefield 10, B'Water, Va. 0 Bowdoin 22, Worcester Tech 12 B'Water, Mass. 7, New Haven 0 Bucknell 3, Lehigh 0 C.W. Post 31, Wagner 0 Carn.-Mellon 7, Wash. & Jeff. 0 Case Western 7, Thiel 0 Clarion 9, Lockhaven 6 Colgate 10, Holy Cross 6 Cornell 9, Harvard 3 Dickinson 17, Widener 6 E. Stroudsburg 41, Cheyney'6 Florida St. 28, Boston College 9 Framingham St. 10, Nichols 9 Glenville 7, W. Va. Wesleyan 0 Hamilron 7, Bates 0 Hofstra 21, N.Y. Tech 15 Gettysburg 14, Albright 10 West Chester 17, Bloomsburg 0 Penn St. 38, Army 16 Pittsburgh 27, Louisville 6 Syracuse 3, Tulane 0 West Virginia 42, Temple 0 Rutgers 38, Connecticut 0 Yale 18, Dartmouth 14 Penn 7, Brown 6 Princeton 9, Columbia 3 Rochester 17, Hobart 0 Rochester Tech 16, Oswego St. 0 Cortland St. 24, Brockport St. 0 Mass. Maritime 24, Curry 6 Wesleyan 9, Coast Guard 6 SOUTH Alabama 24, S. Mississippi 8 Alabama St. 16, Florida A&M 13 Albany St., Ga., 22, B. Cookman 20 Alcorn St. 47, Texas So. 6 Appalachian St. 14, Furman 14 (tie) Austin Peay 27, Morehead St. 17 Catawba 14, Presbyterian 0 Chowan 14, Ferum, Va. 2 Delaware 15, William & Mary 13 Delta St. 7, Miss. Coll. 3 Duke 20, Miami, Fla. 7 E. Carolina 49, So. Illinois 14 E. Kentucky 40, Mid. Tennessee 14 Elon 14, Wofford 0 Emory & Henry 10, Concord 6 Fayetteville 9, St. Paul's 0 Ft. Valley, Ga. 20, Knox Coll. 13 Gardner-Webb 76, Lenoir-Rhyne 6 Hampton Inst. 19, Bowie St. 11 Howard 32, Delaware St. 0 Shepherd Coll. 25, W. Va. Tech 10 Maryville 11, Hampden-Sydney 10 Mississippi St. 14, Kentucky 7 Tennessee 42, Georgia Tech 7 Wake Forest 20, Clemson 14 Richmond 24, Villanova 7 Memphis St. 28, Auburn 27 LSU 33, Vanderbilt 20 South Carolina 35, Virginia 7 Mississippi 21, Georgia 17 Maryland 16, North Carolina St. 6 North Carolina A&T 13, Norfolk St. 7 Tenn. St. 34, Grambling 20 Virginia Union 61, Elizabeth City 14 East Carolina 49, So. Illinois 14 Miles 17, Savannah, Ga. 16 Towson St. 12, Frostburg St. 0 MIDWEST Akron 27, Dayton 19 Alma 45, Olivet 13 Albion 20, Adrian 19 Anderson 35, Bluffton 0 Ashland 35, Muskingum 0 Baldwin-Wallace 19, Wittenberg 0 Beloit 35, Chicago 20 Benedictine 48, Peru 26 Bowling Green 29, Toledo 28 Buena Vista 17, Wartburg 17 (tie) Butler 24, Indiana Central 6 Canisius, N.Y. 34, Oberlin 6 Capital 3, Otterbein 3 (tie) Carroll 49, Carthage 28 Central 37, Dubuque 14 Cent. Methodist 27, Baker 20 Cent. St. 27, Kentucky St. 21 Chadron 34, Wayne 29 Coe 41, Carleton 6 Simpson 43, Upper Iowa 19 William Penn 34, Luther 22 Black Hills St. 17, So. Dakota Tech 7 NE Ill. 14, Lakeland 7 NW Missouri St. 18, SW Missouri St. 16 SE Missouri 29, Cent. Missouri 26 Neb. Wesleyan 28, Midland 24 Michigan 42, Michigan St. 10 Missouri 28, Kansas St. 21 Ohio St. 34, Iowa 14 Indiana 29, Northwestern 0 Minnesota 29, Illinois 14 Iowa St. 44, Utah 14 Missouri-Rolla 34, Lincoln 15 Albion 20, Adrian 19 Doane 4i, Concordia, Neb. 0 Chadron St. 34, Wayne, Neb. 29 Graceland 50, Iowa Wesleyan 14 S. Dakota St. 14, Morningside 0 Platteville, Wis. 10, Wis. Stout 7 Illinois St. 10, Ball St. 7 Cent. Missouri 29, SE Missouri 26 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christ. 51, S.F. Austin 14 Baylor 27, SMU 20 Cent. Ark. 44, Ark.-Monticello 0 Cent. Okla. 20, NW Okla. 19 E. Okla. 35, E. Cent. Okla. 34 Harding 17, Quachita Bapt. 0 Houston 50, West Texas St. 7 McMurry 21, Trinity 16 New Mexico 36, San Jose St. 30 NE Okla. 21, SW Okla. 8 No. Texas St. 21, Cal Poly-Pom. 10 Oklahoma 6, Texas 6 (tie) Oklahoma St. 21, Kansas 14 P'handle St. 14, St. Mary's, Kan. 10 Prairie View 45, SW Texas 25 Rice 26, TCU 23 SW Louisiana 34, Lamar 9 Texas A&I 37, E. Texas 0 Texas Lutheran 57, Arkansas St. 20 Texas Tech 27, Texas A&M 16 Sul Ross 22, Austin College 19 Texas Southern 41, Bishop 14 NW Louisiana 20, Nicholls St. 8 E. New Mexico 15, Cameron St. 14 0 WEST Air Force 13, Navy 3 Arizona 63, Texas-El Paso 12 California 27, Oregon 10 Cal.-Northridge 24, Cal. St.-LA 13 Cal.-Davis 26, Chico St. 6 Cal. Lutheran 37, Occidental 28 Cal. Poly-Slo 14, Boise St. 14 Carroll, Wis. 27, W. Montana 14 Cincinnati 14, Arizona St. 0 Colorado St. 10, Utah St. 7 E. Montana 44, Simon Fraser 31 E. Wash. St. 28, E. Ore. St. 28. Fullerton St. 31, San Fran. St. 13 Humboldt St. 14, Hayward St. 10 Idaho 33, New Mexico St. 6 Linfield 41, Lewis & Clark 32 Long Beach St. 41, Drake 10 Montana St. 44, Weber St. 0 Nebraska 24, Colorado 12 Nev.-Reno 56, Santa Clara 39 Ft. Lewis 20, S. Utah 17 Wartburg 17, Buena Vista 17 (tie) N. Colorado 38, S. Colo. 7 Whitworth 45, Pacific 0 St. Mary's, Cal. 46, Pomona 19 Simon Frase 13, Cent. Washington 6 Wyoming 34, Brigham Young 29 Washington 24, Oregon St. 12 Wichita St. 30, Fresno St. 24 AP Poll announced (AP)--The following is this week's Associated Press poll of major college football teams: 1. Michigan 2. Pittsburgh 3. Nebraska 4. UCLA 5. Maryland 6. Oklahoma 7. Missouri 8. Southern Cal 9. Ohio State 10. Texas Tech Sports in brief HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP)-Sweden's Bjorn Borg and Australia's Evonne Goolagong have moved itno the semi-finals of the World Invitational Tennis Classic on Hilton Head Island, S.C. Borg beat defending champion Rod Laver of Australia, while, in the women's division, Goolagong ousted Britain's Sue Barker. PHILADELPHIA (AP)--The Philadelphia Eagles say quarterback Roman Gabriel seems to be ready for a comeback. Gabriel hasn't played this season because of a knee injury, but the NFL club says the knee passed a medical exam yesterday. TAMPA, Fla. (AP)--The NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers seem on the verge of signing former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Hanratty. FLAG FOOTBALL SCORES Red Devils 8, Dolphins 6 Colts 3, Lions 0