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amo Bay, Cuba Thursday, October 28, 1976



falls back to bottom

NDON (AP)'--The U.S. Navy's The spokesman said a small nuken F-14 fighter plane fell back clear-powered U.S. Navy research the bottom yesterday as bad submarine equipped with television ther wrecked a bid to raise it, and called the NR1 had succeeded in Navy reported. It added a attaching a line to the port landing rch team was still looking for gear of the F-14, which is on the plane's secret Phoenix missile sea bed about 1,900 feet down. the bed of the North Sea off
tland. He said the Norwegian motor vessel A lift line which had been secur- Constructor then dropped a second to the F-14 Tuesday failed in line to the ocean bed which was atseas and the aircraft sank to tached to the line already in place. bottom," a Navy spokesman said. The joined line then was passed We don't know where the Phoenix to a British supply ship which besile is. We are still looking," gan to lift the F-14. added. . But then the weather deteriorated, e F-14 with the missile rolled a plan to put divers into the water o the sea about 75 miles north- to connect extra lines had to be t of Scapa Flow, Scotland, last cancelled for safety reasons and t. 14 from the aircraft carrier the original line, now under inn F. Kennedy. creased tension, failed.


deral jury finds Gurney innocent
RLADO, .Fla. (AP)--A federal jury
terday found former Sen. Edward
o'cola o in .Gurney innocent of a charge of 0 lying to a1974 grand jury about a
massive political shakedown scheme.
GENEVA, Switzerland (As)--Two key him full negotiating powers, they The verdict by the jury of eight
black Rhodesians last night accused said. men and four women, who deliberated Britain of collaborating with Prime The surprise move by the two key an hour and 18 minutes, ended three Minister Ian Smith "to wreck the black leaders came on the eve of years of investigation and prosecuconference" designed to set up the the start of talks between white tion for the 62-year-old Republican, breakaway colony as an independent and black leaders of Rhodesia in the first senator indicted in office
black-ruled state. the Palais Des Nations. for 50 years.
Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe, For the first time, black politi- Gurney had been charged with
joint leaders of the Patriotic cians from Rhodesia will be meeting lying to the grand jury about his Front, said in a statment after Smith on terms of full equality in knowledge of a scheme in which his
meeting with British chairman Ivor an international setting.> subordinates collected more than
Richard that "It is now clear that Richard himself has been gener- $400,000 in Gurney's name by promthe British government, in collabor- ating a mood of sunny optimism i.ing builders favors with the ation with Ian Smith, are determined about prospects for the success of Federal Housing Administration.
to wreck the conference.'" the conference. "I have a feeling of' great relief
They issued the statement through But it was plain from the Nkomo- that this long ordeal is finally
a spokesman after hearing an account Mugabe statement they disagreed over, a feeling of great satisfacfrom Richard on how he handled a with him totally and they weremain- don that we've beaten these mean, "They destroyed a United States series of demands they had placed taning' maximum pressures both on' vicious people from the government," senator, blackened my name and bebefore him Tuesday. him and on the white Rhodesians. a smiling Gurney told reporters im- smirched my character," said the
These demands included a higher- In Washington, thedState .ediately after leaving the court- bitter ex-senator about the Justice
evel British role at the conference, Department signalled its intention room. Department. eaning that a cabinet minister yesterday to play a more active.
should preside over the talks be- role in trying to hold the confer- Ferry captain was
ginning t6day; that Britain should ence together. A department source r ANT.
do all it cant compel Smith to says Asst. Secy.. for African 1 1 ru k
free all political. prisoners held in Affairs William-Schaufele is being 'almost legallydrn 'IE
Rhodesian jails; that Smith should sent to Geneva. Schaufele will not :
be forced "to desist? from genocide" be a participant in the conference. NEW ORLEANS (AP)--The captain of against black Zimbabweans But the-source says he will try to a Mississippi River ferry packed
(Rhodesians). act as an intermediary between the with early morning commuters was W o News
The statement went, "Unless these British and the white and black 'almost legally drunk" when his
demands are met, the conference African factions. - craft collided with a tanker, killing (AP)--A Seattle federal judge has will be in jeopardy." Earlier, Smith told Rhodesian an estimated 100 persons, a coroner given a group of indians until this
Nkomo, who leads the African journalists he may in the next week said yesterday. afternoon to end their occupation
National Council (ANC) Zimbabwe, or so return to Salisbury, presum- "This ferryboat captain had been of a Washington state juvenile
and Mugabe, who claims leadership ably to attend the 11th anniversary drinking," said New Orleans coroner facility or face a restraining order
of the Zimbabwe'African National of his unilateral declaration of Frank Minyard. "He was almost to end the takeover, which began
Union (ZANU), said in their state- independence from Britain. . legally drunk, and this, coupled Saturday.
ment 'that Richard'had conveyed ' This could forespell either a with the fact that he was at the end
their demands o"the "proper auth- -downgrading of the importance of the of his shift, the drinking and (AP)--The State Department says rities.' Richard added the talks or a need to seek a fresh fatigue, in my judgment, impaired the issue of American servicemen
British government had Vested'in mandate from his followers at home. his judgment and ability tohandle missing inaction in Southeast Asia his vessel." w ' will have to be settled before there Minyard said the autopsy on Capt. is any discussion of diplomatic reLevi stands by, decision on Ford Egidio Auletta, completed yesterday, cognition or economic aid in upS "showed a blood alcohol content of coming talks with Vietnam.
.09 per cent. "That is just a tad
WASHINGTO ( h Justice ,nder 0.1, which is the legal definLevirtmens saysg by. sen. Edcio tiot of being drunk in the state
Levi is standin byhisof Louisiana," he added. ' Commencing Tuesday the Public. not to investigate charges that The ferry George Prince and the Works -Department began conducting
Pres. Ford interfered in an early Norwegian tanker. Frosta collided at electrical inspections on all
Watergate investigation at White dawn last Wednesday as ithe smaller housing units at Granadillo Circle,
House urging. A spokesman says .craft made the 10-minute crossing Granadillo Point, East Bargo, Center
Levi's decision stands, despite re- rom Destrehan to Luling,'about 20 Bargo and West Bargo. These inports that hemade. it without con- miles upriver from New Orleans. spections are for your safety.
sulting key witnesses in the con- . Divers have recovered 71 bodies
: isUAny electrically unsafe installatroversy. and 34 vehicles from the river so tion found during these inspections
Some congressmen had called for Ster said another witness, far. Officials have compiled a list are to be tagged for non-use. If
;a nw inquirv after former White Ri h rd Cook, one-time congression- - of27 other person believed still the circuit or unae nslaio
H u e c u s l J h f D a sa id iF or d ael l i i o n a d to R i ch a r d i on , i s ig,a t o ght e c o l e g a e e a s i lyt, isolatede andta dia c onha ced at thie intgto o h a questioned infomll n ws there is no way to tell how many ' ne.d.i.wl.e.oe uin h
Wht ouse when he wa'Hue'O nt put under oath. Dean said Cook. wer actually aboard at thie time Q oreo h nseto. I o
leader. ' ' wa the aide' wh otce odthe accident. . 'have any questions during the inLei aid he deide d 'aainst a' . asking him blockk the House in- .... .
ne n iy fer ';' aefl study vetgtin" ' .'Eighteen persons surviVed the ac- spection, please ask the inspector..
of.te .evdenc. " : :In addition, Stern said the. . client. The inspections' �n these areas
Yeseray $:NEC legalcrrespondent' Justice :Depatmnt broke its ow Some officials said after,'the .aeepce ob opee o
CalStr'said Levi'made the ' freedom of- info:rmation;gulidelines i shap the captain's body was not mro. Toeocpnso ure
':decision .without questioning two " by refusing to 'le him'"see'thie 'doc-'' found on the ,bridge. He'was the n nspected rn hspro
'key witnes ini the case, including uments to suprtLv's statement 'only licensed pilot known oobe will be :conatdat a later' date
/Dean.. ' ' : ' ' about, a careful, study .of evidence. aboard. '' 'toschdul.aninsecton








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Today's meeting ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET

There will be a Deer Park Zoo
BINGO will be played at the Wind- Committee meeting Tuesday, at 264jammer beginning at 8 p~m Villamar, 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Davis at
90270.
HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS ON SALE
BRACKET DRAG RACING SUNDAY
A special shipment of Halloween
pumpkins is available in the com- The Guantanamo Bay Racing Associ missary today. The average size of ation will host bracket drag racin the pumpkins is 10-12" in diameter. Sunday at Oceanview. Inspection and time trials begin at 11:30 a.m.
PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES Competition is scheduled to begin WILL BEGIN at 1:45 p.m. Base personnel desir
ing to make maintenance runs may
The prepared childbirth classes have their, autos inspected and use will begin Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. The the strip from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 classes last six weeks and meet in p.m. The concession stand is stock nwlf time the ARU room 'of the Naval Hospital. ed to -accomodate children and, adult have tob For further information call Judy so bring the family out for a day - AN-UP AT PHOTO CLUB STUDIO Nov."7. There ore, ov." will be' Hamilton at 85339 or Betty Skinner of fun and racing' at Oceanview. 'the deadline for guaranteed at 951166. The G.B.R.A. will host a performanc b The Guantanamo Reflex Photo Club Christmas delivery.
clinic on Saturday from 2:30 p.m. will hold a clean-up of the club N,R.A, TRAINING AVAILABLE This time is ideal for perspective studio and lab on Saturday afternoon FURNITURE STORE CLOSED TODAY drag racing participants to make 'at 2. Refreshments will be provided. Anyone interested. in enrolling in those final adjustments. 'The new operating hours for -the club The Furniture 'Store will be closed an N.R.A. basic small arms training ''will be Monday, Wednesday and Thurs- today to receive and set up a program or in registering for an 'YARD SALE day from 6 to 9 p.m.' and Saturday new order of Burlington furniture. N.R.A. rifle or pistol match should Ifrom 1 to 4 p.m. For more informa- This merchandise will go on sale contact Paul Allegra at 64391 DWH Two-family yard sale, 274-D Villa- tion call Bill Tucker at 98152 AWH. tomorrow. The store will also have or 99246 AWH. mar, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. wooden screens on sale Saturday.

CHARM CLASS TO MEET Yard sale, 1211-B Center Bargo, HLOENBL TCOCU ALWE AC NSTRA Satrda frm 1 am. o 2p~m IThe CPO Club will host a Halloweer, The Teen Club Halloween dance will Charmers will meet at the Elemen- Games, end frames, toys, tools, Ball Saturday at 9 p .m. in the Top- be held Saturday at the Teen Club tary' School, 'room A-6, today, from costumes, clothes,' much more. Many1 side Lounge and Ballroom. 'The club from 7:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. 2:45-4 p.m. Char mers will work new and unused items. For more in-) will close to patrons without tic- Music will be provided by Disco 'John. with the "language master". 'formation call '98171 AWH or 95439 kesa8:0pmTietaravlbefomhetu
CO.L WVESMEEINGSCHDULD . Tickets ,are $5 per person and in- dent body and at the door at -a price
CO L WIEdETN SHDLDcude: open bar; hors d'oeuvres; of $2*single and $3.50 for couples.
'Yard sale, 11-A East Bargo, Sat- dance contest; costume contest; The ticket price includes refreshThe Co. L wives will have their urday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Men's door prizes; and, music by Pegasus,. ments. There will be door prizes, montly eetng t~120-~ilama an woen'~witerclohes Zeith The event is limited to authorized dance contests, costume contests,
on Tuesday. They will have a white-' console' stereo, etc. For more in- patrons and their invited guests. etc. Support the Teen Club and � elephant sale so please bring your formation call 95362 AT. Tickets nay 'be purchased from ADJC join in the fun Saturday. W white elephants. For more informa- Hall, VC-l0; GySgt Smith, Co. L; tion call Pat Smith at 97168. Multi-family pre-pack-out 'yard 'DTC Gwa ltney, Dental; YNCS Barnett, -TIRE BALANCING AT HOBBY SHOP
- 'sale, 5 Oil Point, Saturday from. 'COMNAVBASE; ACC Patterson, NAS;
YACHT CLUB PARTY PLANNED 10 a.m. to' 2 p.m. Baby accessories, HMCS 'Kelly, Hospital; Joyce Saat, If you are tired of' the "shake, children's and women's clothing, CPO Wives' Club; RMC Witt, FTG; rattle and roll" that your car glassware, household items and much
The Yacht Club is having an outing , and, from the mess treasurer at gives you due to unbalanced tires, at Hospital Cay on Nov. 6, when the , oe 'the club. -the Special Services Auto Hobby Shop moon is full. Barrel boats will Ball goers are asked to purchase has just received the item you have transport everyone from 5:30-6 p.m., GIRL SCOUTS START FUND RAISING tickets before 4 p.m. Friday, to been waiting for. Our new tire bawith -a late run at 6:15 p.m. Bring CAMFAIGN FOR.DEER PARK ZOO. ' facilitate the preparation of suf- lancing machine will not only make
yorown steaks and beverages. The 'ficient hors' d'oeuvres, etc. your car ride and handle better,
your wilfrihth'et oy The Girl Scouts will be canvasing ' but will also eliminate costly front
wrya.buthkisand babysitters, the following housing 'areas as part ' end wear due to tire vibration.
worr abot te kis ofa fnd risin ca~aig fourth SWINGERS CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN Tecs o s fti mzn 2-way communications have been ar- ofafnrasncapinfrteTeotfrueofhsamzg ranged. Contact Sven Eklof at 90245 support of Deer Park Zoo: The.GtoSigrwllcebae mhnesoly30prwel. o or Chuck Grall at 952200 for reser- Saturday - Nob Hill, Villamar Halloween with a Costume Square 'come on down and let us serve you. vations. r, Dance and party, Frdyin the club TeAt ob hpi oae Tierra "K", Caravella Point and hal Sqae FiaTeAuoHbyhpislctd FI-MCLBT HS HIDEI Circle, Mobil Point, Evans Point, hl.Sur dancing from 8-10 p.m. across from the tennis courts on HALLOWEEN PARB T Y HOSaiTos CHargosN Si t Be ch and a BYOB following.' Those attend- Recreation Road.
HLOENPRYMarine Site, Deer Point, BOQ. ing are asked to bring a snack. F. R. A HAUNTED HOUSE SATURDAY
There will be a children's Hallo- Sunday - Trailer Park, Radio Point, iThis month we bid farewell to Glenna
wee paty t he il-m lubbegn-Marina Point, Coronaso Point, Bravo and Allen Bourne. They will be 'Werewolves, 'vampires and ghosts ning nooa Sndytiy at h alu aend Loop, Paola Point, Oil Point, Ocean- swung out of the club Friday night. will abound at the Fleet Reserve farewell pot luck for incoming and view. ,,,IMEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION Haunted House will open at 6:30 and outgoing members. Th apinwl rnfo':0'SONOIGTUNMN close at 9. Games and a bake sale

6 p.m. Receipts for your donations wilb edoIh ai.Ams U.S. NAVAL IUNA~4 A, vl eaalbeuo orrqet The local men's bowling association sion is 50(, for adults and 25( for
-BASE CUBA , If you need more information please 'us sponsoring a' handicap doubles and children under 12. Al base residents call Sharon Davis at 90270. '- singles tournament Nov. ZU and 21 ' are invited. Parents, bring your
- There will be a special scratch event children before going to the clubs REE RIDES IV SUDA- for the high rollers. Entry forms for other Halloween activities. A REEFt~ RADR IESNAare available in the bowling alley. good,. frightening tine will be had The Reef Raiders Sunday club dive ~All prize money will be refunded. for all. See you at Sherman Avenue ,,~ ~~~~~~ wlbeaChpaBecSudy along with selected trophies donated and 6th Street.
Vt.' Tohp H. ftC-ne Cap. DvdW eo ilb tCama ec udy
Paal B-. Naval Statio Meet at the ferry landing to catch iby the association. Sign up now, PRACTICE' BOMBING AND STRAFING








Thursday', O0ctober 28, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3


*ord removess association, with Nixon

PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Pres. Ford It was one of the harshest referheads for the Midwest today after an ences Ford has made to the presiovernight stay in Philadelphia. Last dency of the man who named Ford vice night Ford taped a statewide tele- president and whom Ford pardoned for
vision program. in whichi he sought any Watergate crimes.
to remove himself from any associationi with his predecessor, Richard Nix~on. It's a theme Ford appears
to> be stressing in the closing days
of the race.<
The program, paid for by the Ford
campaign, features sportscaster Joe
Garagiola iLnterviewing~ Ford. At one
point, Ford says of Dmocratic' rival
Jimmy Carter, He's runningagainst YARD OF THE MONTH WINNERS FOR OCTOBER are Ruth and fomer Pr e's iono William D. Buttorff who reside at 371C Kittery Beach.
f e iHM2 Buttorff works at the Naval Hospital. The TButtorffs have received recognition by the Gitmo
..he tpha Pr detl fewot Civic Council and their own parking place in front of Philadelp n told reporters, the Navy Exchange. (Photo by FltAvCenCarib)

hours a day. We're confident we
can win in Pennsylvania." g ..L-I i
Democratic presidential candidate Cease-fire threatened in Lebanon
Jimmy Carter is schedu'ledto appear
today in Cleveland. He spentte BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--Escalating a 24-hour period,twice as many as night in Pittsburgh where he told a sniper and mortar fire and feuding during the previous days of the radio audience late yesterday a tax among Christian forces, Palestinians truce. More than 15 mortar shells .reductionis "almost inevitable" in and the Syrians threatened yester- hit the area of Beirut International Ford flewto tlantic City, N.J., the next four years. day to wreck the new cease-fire in Airport and no airline was willing
)terday and appeared to be cam- Carter hiasmaintained that, by Lebanon. Christians looked with to resume service under current igning as: much against Nixon as he closing tax loopholes that serve the suspicion on the Syrians, their conditions, aviation sources reagainst Carter. wealthy, total revenues could be in- ported. Uponarriva in the New Jersey creased and taxes reduced. Christian leaders vowed yesterday resort city, the President told re- Carter rode an open-top limousine never to let Arab League peaceporters he has "significantly re- past jubulant lunchtime crowds in keeping forces police their areas in duced the power nd authority of the New YorkCity yesterday and tbld a the north and south of Lebanon and Wie House~ staff.". jammed garment 'district rally that predicted resumption of the 18He repeated th~e co'ntention, ex- the city is "not about to drop' mot The lar
edessdin a campaign speech broad- dead." Carter was referring to a' T peace plan endorsed by am c :the night before in Illinois, New York Daily News headline last Arab League summit conference in tha hi administration is signifi- year when' Pres. For~d initially Cairo Tuesday provided for a 30,000 catydfferent from Nixon's because turned down a plan to help New York member peace force but there was
there's no pomp, there's no cere- in its fiscal crisis. The headline Assad disagreement over its national commny, tere's no dictatorial auth- said, "Ford to city: 'rop dead'." allies only a few days ago. position. Syria has 21,000 troops orty s confett~i swirled along a 15-, ' Hospitals and militia of ficials in Lebanon that were expected to be
Ford told reporters in New Jersey block parade route, Carter and his reported a dozen persons killed in made part of the force.
that he ha transferred much of the wif~e smiled and' waved at the 10,000 The Lebanese leftists and the authority hed 'Secret Service Palestinians have demanded withstaff under ixon to cabinet depart- estimated lned the r . The Bom bing suspect drawal of the Syfrian forces. ments ands a result "the White crowd at the rally was estimated at Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasir House now performs its function. as 50,000. Carter called ~h" th trnu Arafat was said to have clashed set up by te constitution. An ~im- an "unbelievable" show of confidence denies confession sharply over this issue with Pres. erial pre y t my idea of in the city, the state, the country Hafez Assad of Syria during the the office." and "in' one another.' CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -"I swear Cairo summit.
I am completely innocent," says In Damascus, Syrian Information sHerna Ricardo Lozano, one of two Minister Ahmed Iskandar confirmed Exile le range Venezuelans heldby authorities on Suspicion that they may have been already in Lebanon "to form the SANJUA, uero Rco(AP--A viw tat heshots came frowp a car. responsible for a Cuban airline' backbone of the deterrent force."
uban exile leader, who was shot and Rodriguez Gomez, wounded in the saster off Barbados.' Syria is ready to send even more
kildto d htatcse 'range' and not from veing at home. Venezuela, 'were arrested for ques- The peace plan calls for revival

W A g car, police's sid yesterday. Poli ce refused to comment on the tioning in Port of Spain on Oct. 7, of a 1969 agreement that gave the b autopsy report said powder possible differene of how the' one day after the Cubana De Aviacion Palestinians the use" of southern urns from the weapon used to kill shooting occurred. 'spokesman ad- BC8 flight crashed into the Lebanon for raids into Israel and
ldo Vera Serafn were found on.the ded that the 'police department's Caribbean a. control of all Palestinian refugee
body.'criminal investigation bureau was Trinidadian authorities declared camps in Lebenon.
Th esion conflicts with the one in. charge~ 'of 't�e investigation.~ both men "undesirable immigrants"
oJose Rodriguez Gomez, who Immediataely aftr the shooting, and deported them home Tuesday
wa ihVera Serafin at th~e timne of an exil e laer iving in Puerto 'aboard< a Venezuelan commercial airthe sooting. nist rie eof Premier Fidel Castro.a Upon arrival in Venezuela, the HeOwanRolaundo CruzePino, founder two were placed under arrest by and president of the organization state security ognt aeN oh placed called "The Fourth Republic." � ri t se un-s0 questisning.
Thids was d Oefirst time that aaadegingextensiveoquestioni er order Cuban lder as been killed in this The Caracas evening newspaper, El U.S. ommonwealth island where about Mundoa ran an interview with Lozano
2,000 Cbans who fled the Castro yesterday, 'which, the newspaper said, regime now live. ' took place during the ma'a return Canal ZoeSourcesin the Cuban community flight to Venezuela.
negotiationss with Panama for a new here ink~ed the 'death of Vera In the interview, Lozano said he But the Lebanese Christians detaty have been placed under a Seraf in 'to "The Fourth










The orderlaAgesminhrtmebermof tlae or
t r ning oder. TApr t m rgani- traveled to Barbados aboard the ill- government over Palestinian guerrilwa sudin~ the Canal' Zone yester- zation', identified as Orlan~do 'Bosch, fated flight in order to~ purchase las in the country and pledged to
U.S. DistrictCourt Judge, was arrested recently 'in' Venezuela new photographic equipment. continue their fl-day campaign to Th rer was lin respohnse to a Cuban passenger jtnear Barbados on been said about me, 'sthe product Lebanon.
peti n filed by, Willi Drummond, Oct. 6. of Fidel Castro's fantasy... " 'Christians and Syrians clashed chairn of the AFL-CIO Canal Zone 'Lozano was quoted as saying. Tuesday at Roum, a village in Central Labor Union. cags th�at the negotiations "Lozano and Lugo were passengers on Three Christians were reported

ty o eto f somineo 40the Amrer- Accusedi kidnappers to Barbados, where they got off be-< TheofcaSud Radio reported icans residing 'in the Canal Zone or .~*fore the disaster occured and re- 5,000 Saudi and< Sudanese troops were
ohrieivleinteoperation plead innocent$ turned to Trinidad. The plane ex- on their' way- to' reinforce a' symbolic
of te caal.ploded in mid-air 10 minutes after 'Pan-Arab peace force now numbering
Te petition< says this volates < takeoff from Barbados and fell into about 2,500 Saudis, Sudanese, th t h Aendmnent of the U.S.< MADERA, " Libyans and Syrians. Asked by Costuin It clains that accused of kidnaping 26 California ''All 73 passengers, including' reporters if Christians would accept authoizatin b he U.S. Congress school< children and< their 'bus driver 'Cubans, Guyanese and 'North Koreans. the Arab Peacekeepers, former Fres.







Page 4 Cuantanamo Gazette Thursday, October 28, 1976

Sports scores Sports in brief
SCORES FROM LAST NIGHT (AP)--The Montreal Expos willReutOc a v wV have the first crack at the talent R s lsfrom c a ve NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION available in next week's draft of It Detroit 106, Seattle 92 baseball's free agents by I finally got a word in and told Participants who did not show at this man if 'he. feels this way he' Oceanview for the last two race days should come to Oceanview on race' day and did not contact the G.B.R.A . All a color or national origin will not Ba k talsh d l n o n e b'e accepted. The staff reserves Electric Two green rugs, 9X12 and 1524. 2. High School '7. Crane Hill 1974P'Penton 125 MX, 'best offer, see Call'952205'AT. 3. Marine Bar~racks 8. NAS Leeward at 1151 CB. 'Call 99115 AT. '4. aSta Wite (Galley) 9. Hospital

Patio table 'with umbrla $4. srie'e a~aBu
Cal 619 T.Will do babysitting in my home n 'DATE 'COURT COURT 2 BYE Graniadillo P. Call' 96116. NOV 2 7-2 6-3 9' Siamese Iittens s , 2 males Honda repair, tune-up or averhaul, 4 7-9 5-2 8 paintr ' 6-1....... 46-A ekT. d,$'5 each. Call 95369~ no parts sold. Cal1 64391 DWH or 6-8 4-13<
.... ....... A . 5 6-8 4-1 : ! 7 :, : :+ ? :
5-9 3-2

~sections of 5 pcet fence, 8 x 4, 'Husband and wiewudlike to 9 5-7 2-1 6 $each. Call 85 316 AT.' hou'sesit ayiedrn November.'1 4-2-8 3Reernces a c 64319DWH 17 -1-8 Wav u o size .l. 3 air of or 952202 avai:b'.e.' 12 1' 1-5 size 81-s shos Call 9'6116. '9-3 8-56
Pick up truck available for hauling 16 2-4 9-6 3 Hedsto woode high chair; Ijedstrom an~d moving. Call 95569 DWE' or 85443 1-5 8-7
crbwt'rhopedic mattress; wo- AW.18 2-6 1-7 4
'bicycle. Call 97207 Sewing and alterations done anytime. 3-5 9-8
AT. ' Call 952262 AT. 19 . 8-3 7-4 1 9-2 6-5
1966 V .sationagon; 1974'CB 360 <23 4-5 2-7 9 Hona, avialeNov 1. Call wanted 3-6 1-8 99205 A 25 3-4 1-6 ' 8
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Weather Forecast Partly cloudy. Winds S 8-12 knots. Bay conditions 1-3 feet. amo Bay, Cuba Thursday, October 28, 1976 14 falls back to bottom ONDON (AP)--The U.S. Navy's ken F-14 fighter plane fell back the bottom yesterday as bad ther wrecked a bid to raise it, Navy reported. It added a rch team was still looking for plane's secret Phoenix missile the bed of the North Sea off tland. A lift line which had been securto the F-14 Tuesday failed in h seas and the aircraft sank to bottom," a Navy spokesman said. We don't know where the Phoenix sile is. We are still looking," added. he F-14 with the missile rolled a the sea about 75 miles northt of Scapa Flow, Scotland, last t. 14 from the aircraft carrier a F. Kennedy. The spokesman said a small nuclear-powered U.S. Navy research submarine equipped with television and called the NR1 had succeeded in attaching a line to the port landing gear of the F-14, which is on the sea bed about 1,900 feet down. He said the Norwegian motor vessel Constructor then dropped a second line to the ocean bed which was attached to the line already in place. The joined line then was passed to a British supply ship which began to lift the F-14. But then the weather deteriorated, a plan to put divers into the water to connect extra lines had to be cancelled for safety reasons and the original line, now under increased tension, failed. deral jury finds Gurney innocent GENEVA, Switzerland (AP)--Two key black Rhodesians last night accused Britain of collaborating with Prime Minister Ian Smith "to wreck the conference" designed to set up the breakaway colony as an independent black-ruled state. Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe, joint leaders of the Patriotic Front, said in a statment after meeting with British chairman Ivor Richard that "It is now clear that the British government, in collaboration with Ian Smith, are determined to wreck the conference." They issued the statement through a spokesman after hearing an account from Richard on how he handled a series of demands they had placed before him Tuesday. These demands included a higherevel British role at the conference, eaning that a cabinet minister should preside over the talks beginning today; that Britain should do all it can to compel Smith to free all political prisoners held in Rhodesian jails; that Smith should be forced "to desist from genocide" against black Zimbabweans (Rhodesians). The statement went, "Unless these demands are met, the conference will be in jeopardy." Nkomo, who leads the African National Council (ANC) Zimbabwe, and Mugabe, who claims leadership of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), said in their statement that Richard had conveyed their Semands to "the proper authorities." Richard added the British government had vested in him full negotiating powers, they said. The surprise move by the two key black leaders came on the eve of the start of talks between white and black leaders of Rhodesia in the Palais Des Nations. For the first time, black politicians from Rhodesia will be meeting Smith on terms of full equality in an international setting. Richard himself has been generating a mood of sunny optimism about prospects for the success of the conference. But it was plain from the NkomoMugabe statement they disagreed with him totally and they were maintaining maximum pressures both on him and on the white Rhodesians. In Washington, the State Department signalled its intention yesterday to play a more active role in trying to hold the conference together. A department source says Asst. Secy. for African Affairs William.Schaufele is being sent to Geneva. Schaufele will not be a participant in the conference. But the-source says he will try to act as an intermediary between the British and the white and black African factions. Earlier, Smith told Rhodesian journalists he may in the next week or so return to Salisbury, presumably to attend the 11th anniversary of his unilateral declaration of independence from Britain. This could forespell either a downgrading of the importance of the talks or a need to seek a fresh mandate from his followers at home. Levi stands by decision on Ford WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Justice Department says Atty. Gen. Edward Levi is standing by his decision not to investigate charges that Press. Ford interfered in an early Watergate investigation at White House urging. A spokesman says Levi's decision stands, despite reports that he made it without consulting key witnesses in the controversy. Some congressmen had called for a new inquiry after former White House counsel John Dean said Ford had acted at the instigation of the White House when he was House GOP leader. Levi said he decided against a new inquiry after a careful study of the evidence. Yesterday, NBC legal correspondent Carl Stern said Levi made the decision without questioning two key witnesses in the case, including Dean. Stern said another witness, Richard Cook, one-time congressional liaison aide to Richard Nixon, was questioned informally and was not put under oath. Dean said Cook was the aide who contacted Ford asking him to block the House investigation. In addition, Stern said the Justice Department broke its own freedom of information guidelines by refusing to let him see the documents to support Levi's statement about a careful study of evidence. RLANDO, .Fla. (AP)--A federal jury terday found former Sen. Edward Gurney innocent of a charge of lying to a 1974 grand jury about a massive political shakedown scheme. The verdict by the jury of eight men and four women, who deliberated an hour and 18 minutes, ended three years of investigation and prosecution for the 62-year-old Republican, the first senator indicted in office for 50 years. Gurney had been charged with lying to the grand jury about his knowledge of a scheme in which his subordinates collected more than $400,000 in Gurney's name by promising builders favors with the Federal Housing Administration. "I have a feeling of great relief that this long ordeal is finally over, a feeling of great satisfaction that we've beaten these mean, vicious people from the government," a smiling Gurney told reporters iminediately after leaving the courtroom. Ferry captain was 'almost legally drunk' NEW ORLEANS (AP)--The captain of a Mississippi River ferry packed with early morning commuters was "almost legally drunk" when his craft collided with a tanker, killing an estimated 100 persons, a coroner said yesterday. "This ferryboat captain had been drinking," said New Orleans coroner Frank Minyard. "He was almost legally drunk, and this, coupled with the fact that he was at the end of his shift, the drinking and fatigue, in my judgment, impaired his judgment and ability to handle his vessel." Minyard said the autopsy on Capt. Egidio Auletta, completed yesterday, showed a blood alcohol content of .09 per cent. "That is just a tad under 0.1, which is the legal definition of being drunk in the state of Louisiana," he added. The ferry George Prince and the Norwegian tanker Frosta collided at dawn last Wednesday as the smaller craft made the 10-minute crossing from Destrehan to Luling, about 20 miles upriver from New Orleans. Divers have recovered 71 bodies and 34 vehicles from the river so far. Officials have compiled a list of 27 other persons believed still missing, although they ackowledge there is no way to tell how many were actually aboard at the time of the accident. Eighteen persons survived the accident. Some officials said after the mishap the captain's body was not found on the bridge. He was the only licensed pilot known to be aboard. "They destroyed a United States senator, blackened my name and besmirched my character," said the bitter ex-senator about the Justice Department. World News Digest (AP)--A Seattle federal judge has given a group of indians until this afternoon to end their occupation of a Washington state juvenile facility or face a restraining order to end the takeover, which began Saturday. (AP)--The State Department says the issue of American servicemen missing in action in Southeast Asia will have to be settled before there is any discussion of diplomatic recognition or economic aid in upcoming talks with Vietnam. Commencing Tuesday the Public Works Department began conducting electrical inspections on all housing units at Granadillo Circle, Granadillo Point, East Bargo, Center Bargo and West Bargo. These inspections are for your safety. Any electrically unsafe installation found during these inspections are to be tagged for non-use. If the circuit or unsafe installation can be easily isolated and disconnected, it will be done during the course of the inspection. If you have any questions during the inspection, please ask the inspector. The inspections in these areas are expected to be completed tomorrow. Those occupants of quarter not inspected during this period will be contacted at a later date to schedule an inspection. r6ed daily

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Page 2 11 Community Bulletin Board Today's meeting BINGO will be played at the Windjammer beginning at 8 p.m. HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS ON SALE A special shipment of Halloween pumpkins is available in the commissary today. The average size of the pumpkins is 10-12" in diameter. PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES WILL BEGIN The prepared childbirth classes will begin Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. The classes last six weeks and meet in the ARU room of the Naval Hospital. For further information call Judy Hamilton at 85339 or Betty Skinner at 951166. N,R.A, TRAINING AVAILABLE Anyone interested in enrolling in an N.R.A. basic small arms training program or in registering for an N.R.A. rifle or pistol match should contact Paul Allegra at 64391 DWH or 99246 AWH. CHARM CLASS TO MEET Charmers will meet at the Elementary School, room A-6, today, from 2:45-4 p.m. Char mers will work with the "language master". CO. L WIVES MEETING SCHEDULED The Co. L wives will have their monthly meeting at 1220-A Villamar on Tuesday. They will have a whiteelephant sale so please bring your white elephants. For more information call Pat Smith at 97168. YACHT CLUB PARTY PLANNED The Yacht Club is having an outing at Hospital Cay on Nov. 6, when the moon is full. Barrel boats will transport everyone from 5:30-6 p.m., with a late run at 6:15 p.m. Bring your own steaks and beverages. The club will furnish the rest. Don't worry about the kids and babysitters, 2-way communications have been arranged. Contact Sven Eklof at 90245 or Chuck Grall at 952200 for reservations. FIL-AM CLUB TO HOST CHILDREN'S HALLOWEEN PARTY There will be a children's Halloween party at the Fil-Am Club beginning noon Sunday with a hail and farewell pot luck for incoming and outgoing members. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA Cp B. Conell Capt. Da v W Decok c oder C an gOficer Ldr.Michs Cherry.Pblic Mfairs Officer JO;il lBro1 I:e ::.S. .it .2 Mke Sf,. .portC JO3 Soy rigg.s. Reporter heuantan Co Gazette is published according to the ruleS a d regulations for ship ad stationS newspapers as outlined C N xos P-35 a Cd under the direction o the Naval Base public affairs officer. Printed fietimes weettly S1 goverment expese on 55 roCStS that apparhein aret to c nstrued aCs o'fficial oSCas rfSsC h5 e, vieof CmSv~s.or te Department t b.SsNg ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET There will be a Deer Park Zoo Committee meeting Tuesday, at 264Villamar, 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Davis at 90270. BRACKET DRAG RACING SUNDAY The Guantanamo Bay Racing Associ ation will host bracket drag racin Sunday at Oceanview. Inspection and time trials begin at 11:30 a.m. Competition is scheduled to begin at 1:45 p.m. Base personnel desir ing to make maintenance runs may have their autos inspected and use the strip from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The concession stand is stock ed to accomodate children and adult so bring the family out for a day of fun and racing at Oceanview. The G.B.R.A. will host a performance clinic on Saturday from 2:30 p.m. This time is ideal for perspective drag racing participants to make those final adjustments. YARD SALE Two-family yard sale, 274-D Villamar, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Yard sale, 1211-B Center Bargo, Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Games, end frames, toys, tools, costumes, clothes, much more. Many new and unused items. For more in-) formation call 98171 AWH or 95439 AT. Yard sale, 11-A East Bargo, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Men's and women's winter clothes, Zenith console stereo, etc. For more information call 95362 AT. Multi-family pre-pack-out yard sale, 5 Oil Point, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Baby accessories, children's and women's clothing, glassware, household items and much more. GIRL SCOUTS START FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN FOR DEER PARK ZOO The Girl Scouts will be canvasing the following housing areas as part of a fund raising campaign for the support of Deer Park Zoo: Saturday -Nob Hill, Villamar, Tierra "K", Caravella Point and Circle, Mobil Point, Evans Point, Granadillos, Bargos, Kittery Beach, Marine Site, Deer Point, BOQ. Sunday -Trailer Park, Radio Point, Marina Point, Coronaso Point, Bravo Loop, Paola Point, Oil Point, Oceanview. The campaign will run from 3:306 p.m. Receipts for your donations will be available upon your request. If you need more information please call Sharon Davis at 90270. REEF RAIDERS DIVE SUNDAY The Reef Raiders Sunday club dive will be at Chapman Beach Sunday. Meet at the ferry landing to catch the 8:30 a.m. ferry. The truck will be there to transport gear to the beach. MAlER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,693,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,777,000 The Guantanamo Reflex Photo Club will hold a clean-up of the club studio and lab on Saturday afternoon at 2. Refreshments will be provided. The new operating hours for the club will be Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information call Bill Tucker at 98152 AWH. HALLOWEEN BALL AT CPO CLUB The CPO Club will host a Halloweer Ball Saturday 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; RMC Witt, FTG; and, from the mess treasurer at the club. Ball goers are asked to purchase tickets before 4 p.m. Friday, to facilitate the preparation of sufficient hors d'oeuvres, etc. SWINGERS CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN The. Gitmo Swingers will celebrate Halloween with a Costume Square Dance and party, Friday in the club hall. Square dancing from 8-10 p.m. and a BYOB following. Those attending are asked to bring a snack. This month we bid farewell to Glenna and Allen Bourne. They will be swung out of the club Friday night. MEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION SPONSORING TOURNAMENT The local men's bowling association is sponsoring a handicap doubles and singles tournament Nov. ZU and 21 There will be a special scratch event for the high rollers. Entry forms are available in the bowling alley. All prize money will be refunded along with selected trophies donated by the association. Sign up now, entries close Nov. 6. Contact Bruce Johnstone, Dale Goodwin or any association official for further information. ZOO KEEPER NEEDED The Deer Park Zoo Committee is presently taking applications for a zoo keeper. If you would like to apply please contact Sharon Davis at 90270 for an appointment. FURNITURE STORE CLOSED TODAY The Furniture Store will be closed today to receive and set up a new order of Burlington furniture. This merchandise will go on sale tomorrow. The store will also have wooden screens on sale Saturday. HALLOWEEN DANCE ON SATURDAY The Teen Club Halloween dance will be held Saturday at the Teen Club from 7:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Music will be provided by Disco John. Tickets are available from the student body and at the door at a price of $2*single and $3.50 for couples. The ticket price includes refreshments. There will be door prizes, dance contests, costume contests, A etc. Support the Teen Club and join in the fun Saturday. TIRE BALANCING AT HOBBY SHOP If you are tired of the "shake, rattle and roll" that your car gives you due to unbalanced tires, the Special Services Auto Hobby Shop has just received the item you have been waiting for. Our new tire balancing machine will not only make your car ride and handle better, but will also eliminate costly front end wear due to tire vibration. The cost for use of this amazing machine is only 350 per wheel. So come on down and let us serve you. The Auto Hobby Shop is located across from the tennis courts on Recreation Road. F.R.A. HAUNTED HOUSE SATURDAY Werewolves, vampires and ghosts will abound at the Fleet Reserve Haunted House Saturday night. The Haunted House will open at 6:30 and close at 9. Games and a bake sale will be held on the patio. Admission is 500 for adults and 25p for children under 12. Al base residents are invited. Parents, bring your children before going to the clubs for other Halloween activities. A good, frightening time will be had for all. See you at Sherman Avenue and 6th Street. PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target today and tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal Beach areas north of Saint Nicolas Point and all of the upper bay from Caracoles to Granadillo Points will be off limits. For more information contact the COMNAVBASE duty officer, Special Services MBrina, or Basc Police. Guant LT-F

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Thursday, October 28, 1976 *ord removes association with Nixon PHILADELPHIA (AP)--Pres. Ford heads for the Midwest today after an overnight stay in Philadelphia. Last night, Ford taped a statewide television program in which he sought to remove himself from any association with his predecessor, Richard Nixon. It's a theme Ford appears to be stressing in the closing days of the race. The program, paid for by the Ford campaign, features sportscaster Joe Garagiola interviewing Ford. At one point, Ford says of Democratic rival Jimmy Carter, "He's running against Jerry Ford; he's not running against former Pres. Nixon." Ford flew to Atlantic City, N.J., yesterdayy and appeared to be camigning as much against Nixon as he against Carter. Upon arrival in the New Jersey resort city, the President told reporters he has "significantly reduced the power and authority of the White House staff." He repeated the contention, expressed in a campaign speech broadcast the night before in Illinois, that his administration is significantly different from Nixon's because "there's no pomp, there's no ceremony, there's no dictatorial authority." Ford told reporters in New Jersey that he has transferred much of the authority held by the White House staff under Nixon to cabinet departments and as a result "the White House now performs its function as set up by the constitution. An imperial presidency is not my idea of the office." It was one of the harshest references Ford has made to the presidency of the man who named Ford vice president and whom Ford pardoned for any Watergate crimes. Then the President flew to Philadelphia and told reporters, "We're going to keep working 24 hours a day. We're confident we can win in Pennsylvania." Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter is scheduled to appear today in Cleveland. He spent the night in Pittsburgh where he told a radio audience late yesterday a tax reduction is "almost inevitable" in the next four years. Carter has maintained that, by closing tax loopholes that serve the wealthy, total revenues could be increased and taxes reduced. Carter rode an open-top limousine past jubulant lunchtime crowds in New York City yesterday and told a jammed garment district rally that the city is "not about to drop dead." Carter was referring to a New York Daily News headline last year when Pres. Ford initially turned down a plan to help New York in its fiscal crisis. The headline said, "Ford to city: 'Drop dead'." As confetti swirled along a 15block parade route, Carter and his wife smiled and waved at the 10,000 persons which the Secret Service estimated lined the route. The crowd at the rally was estimated at 50,000. Carter called the turnout an "unbelievable" show of confidence in the city, the state, the country and "in one another." Exile leader shot at close range SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP)--A Cuban exile leader, who was shot and killed two days ago in Puerto Rico, s hit at close range and not from oving car, police said yesterday. An autopsy report said powder burns from the weapon used to kill Aldo Vera Serafin were found on. the body. The version conflicts with the one offered by Jose Rodriguez Gomez, who was with Vera Serafin at the time of the shooting. He said in an interNegotiations placed under restraining order AN COT, Canal Zone (AP)--U.S. negotiations with Panama for a new treaty have been placed under a court restraining order. The order was issued in the Canal Zone yesterday by U.S. District Court Judge Guthrie Crowe. The order was in response to a petition filed by William Drummond, chairman of the AFL-CIO Canal Zone Central Labor Union. The petition charges that the negotiations threaten to infringe on the property or liberty of some 40,000 Americans residing in the Canal Zone or otherwise involved in the operation of the canal. The petition says this violates the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. It claims that authorization by the U.S. Congress is required for the treaty negotiations to continue. Crowe's restraining order is addressed to Pres. Ford, Secy. of State Kissinger and Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker, the senior American representative in the negotiations. Bunker returned to Washington Tuesday after a week of talks with Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd of Panama. view that the shots came from a car. Rodriguez Gomez, wounded in the left arm and right hand, was recovering at home. Police refused to comment on the possible difference of how the shooting occured. A spokesman added that the police department's criminal investigation bureau was in charge of the investigation. Immediately after the shooting, an exile leader living in Puerto Rico blamed the crime on the Communist regime of Premier Fidel Castro. He was Rolando Cruz Pino, founder and president of the organization called "The Fourth Republic." This was the first time that a Cuban leader has been killed in this U.S. commonwealth island where about 2,000 Cubans who fled the Castro regime now live. Sources in the Cuban community here linked the death of Vera Serafin to "The Fourth Republic." A prominent member of the organization, identified as Orlando Bosch, was arrested recently in Venezuela in connection with the crash of a Cuban passenger jet near Barbados on Oct. 6. Accused kidnappers plead innocent MADERA, Calif. (AP)--Three men accused of kidnaping 26 California school children and their bus driver last July pleaded innocent yesterday in Madera County. The pleas came during a hearing on a defense motion to move the trial because of the extensive publicity the case has drawn. A ruling on the motion is not expected until early next month. The defendants, Frederick Woods, Richard Schoenfeld and his brother James, are each charged with 27 counts of kidnaping and 18 counts of robbery. YARD OF THE MONTH WINNERS FOR OCTOBER are Ruth and William D. Buttorff who reside at 371C Kittery Beach. HM2 Buttorff works at the Naval Hospital. The Buttorffs have received recognition by the Gitmo Civic Council and their own parking place in front of the Navy Exchange. (Photo by FltAvCenCarib) Cease-fire threatened in Lebanon BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--Escalating sniper and mortar fire and feuding among Christian forces, Palestinians and the Syrians threatened yesterday to wreck the new cease-fire in Lebanon. Christians looked with suspicion on the Syrians, their Assad allies only a few days ago. Hospitals and militia officials reported a dozen persons killed in Bombing suspect denies confession CARACAS, Venezuela (AP)-"I swear I am completely innocent," says Hernan Ricardo Lozano, one of two Venezuelans held by authorities on suspicion that they may have been responsible for a Cuban airline disaster off Barbados. Lozano and Freddy Lugo, also of Venezuela, were arrested for questioning in Port of Spain on Oct. 7, one day after the Cubana De Aviacion DC-8 flight crashed into the Caribbean Sea. Trinidadian. authorities declared both men "undesirable immigrants" and deported them home Tuesday aboard a Venezuelan commercial airliner. Upon arrival in Venezuela, the two were placed under arrest by state security agents and were undergoing extensive questioning. The Caracas evening newspaper, El Mundo, ran an interview with Lozano yesterday, which, the newspaper said, took place during the man's return flight to Venezuela. In the interview, Lozano said he and Lugo, both photographers, had traveled to Barbados aboard the illfated flight in order to purchase new photographic equipment. "I will prove that all that has been said about me, is the product of Fidel Castro's fantasy.," Lozano was quoted as saying. Lozano and Lugo were passengers on board the Cuban plane from Trinidad to Barbados, where they got off before the disaster occured and returned to Trinidad. The plane exploded in mid-air 10 minutes after takeoff from Barbados and fell into the sea. All 73 passengers, including Cubans, Guyanese and North Koreans, were killed in the crash. In the interview, Lozano denied having placed a bomb aboard the Cuban jetliner as Trinidadian police suspect. Lozano said he knew nothing of a bomb allegedly placed on the Cuban plane and denied news reports that he had confessed to Trinidad police that he was responsible for the crash. a 24-hour period, ,twice as many as during the previous days of the truce. More than 15 mortar shells hit the area of Beirut International Airport and no airline was willing to resume service under current conditions, aviation sources reported. Christian leaders vowed yesterday never to let Arab League peacekeeping forces police their areas in the north and south of Lebanon and predicted resumption of the 18month civil war. The peace plan endorsed by an Arab League summit conference in Cairo Tuesday provided for a 30,000 member peace force but there was disagreement over its national composition. Syria has 21,000 troops in Lebanon that were expected to be made part of the force. The Lebanese leftists and the Palestinians have demanded withdrawal of the Syrian forces. Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat was said to have clashed sharply over this issue with Pres. Hafez Assad of Syria during the Cairo summit. In Damascus, Syrian Information Minister Ahmed Iskandar confirmed his government expects the Syrians already in Lebanon "to form the backbone of the deterrent force." Syria is ready to send even more troops if necessary, he added. The peace plan calls for revival of a 1969 agreement that gave the Palestinians the use of southern Lebanon for raids into Israel and control of all Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon. But the Lebanese Christians demanded total control by the Lebanese government over Palestinian guerrillas in the country and pledged to continue their 11-day campaign to drive the guerrillas from southern Lebanon. Christians and Syrians clashed Tuesday at Roumn, a village in southern Lebanon occupied by Syrians. Three Christians were reported killed and 12 wounded. The official Saudi Radio reported 5,000 Saudi and Sudanese troops were on their way to reinforce a symbolic Pan-Arab peace force now numbering about 2,500 Saudis, Sudanese, Libyans and Syrians. Asked by reporters if Christians would accept the Arab peacekeepers, former Pres. and Interior Minister Camille Chamoun, a leading Christian, replied, "Definitely not." Bashir Gemayel, the commander of the largest Christian militia, warned if the Palestinian guerrillas refuse to submit to Lebanese state authority "We shall remove all refugee camps by force. We refuse to have the Arabs dictating their will on us. I believe it is still a long war," he said. Guantanamo Gazette Page3

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Page 4 Sports scores SCORES FROM LAST NIGHT NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Detroit 106, Seattle 92 San Antonio 115, Phoenix 106 New York Nets 96, Washington 93 Philadelphia 116, Houston 94 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Boston 4, New York Rangers 3 Pittsburgh 4, Buffalo 4 (tie) Minnesota 5, Toronto 3 Montreal 4, Chicago 4 (tie) WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION San Diego 5, Indianapolis 1 Tournament results The following are results of the first three days of the ComNavFor Carib Football Tournament: First Day Gitmo 11, Hospital Roos Rds 0 Coast Guard 16, NavSta Roos Rds 0 Sabana Seca 12, Fort Allen 8 Second Day Gitmo 28, Coast Guard 24 Hospital 26, NavSta Roos Rds 12 (NavSta Roos Rds eliminated) Third Day Fort Allen 13, Coast Guard 12 (OT) (Coast Guard eliminated) Gitmo 34, Sabana Seca 9 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 bQxes. 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 Penton 125 MX, best offer, see at 1151 CB. Call 99115 AT. Patio table with umbrella, $40. Call 96189 AT. Cuantanamo Gazette Sports in brief (AP)--The Montreal Expos will have the first crack at the talent available in next week's draft of baseball's free agents by virtue of winning a coin toss from the California Angels. General Manager Charlie Fox recently stressed a need for a power-hitting outfielder, and Reggie Jackson seems to fit that requirement. (AP)--John Schlee is the man to spot when the $125,000 Pensacola Open, the last tournament of the 1976 pro golf tour, begins today. Schlee holds the 60th spot on the tour's money list and he must maintain that spot to earn an automatic exemption from next year's qualifying. Mac McLendon, who won last week's stop in Georgia, tuned up for the main event with a six-under-par 65 in yesterday's pro-am. (AP)--Bill Arnsparger, who put together Miami's "no-name" defense, is back with the Dolphins after an absence of two and a half years. Arnsparger was given his old job as Don Shula's top assistant less than 48 hours after he was fired as head coach of the New York Giants. The Dolphins' injury-riddled defense currently ranks among the worst in the league. 1972 Honda SL 70, $230. Call 85410 DWH or 95398 AWH. 1973 Yamaha TX-500, some spare parts and tools, $650; six bend pull-back bars and long cables for TX-500, $20, Call 98184 AWH or 85767 DWH. Electric base guitar, good condition, price negotiable. Call 85554 DWH, ask for Lobo or see at GHB rm. C-212 AWH. Two green rugs, 9X12 and 15X24. Call 952205 AT. services Will do babysitting in my home on Granadillo Pt. Call 96116. I (AP)--Coaching football is as natural to John McVay as coming in out of the rain. Unless there's a game on, of course. McVay is the new head coach of the New York Giants. He will make his debut under fire this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. From the time he was a small boy McVay has been living and breathing in a football atmosphere. He was born in Bellaire, Ohio but by the time he was old enough for school he was living in Massillon, Ohio, a city where football is king. When he reached college age he Thursday, October 28, 1976 Results from Oceanview By Don H.ll Mysterious challenger calls other bikes 'junk' In the past this column has been used solely for reporting results from Oceanview, but an odd thing happened last Sunday afternoon that I feel needs to be passed on to all Gitmo motorcycle riders. This belligerent acting fellow came to my home, didn't bother to knock, just walked in wanting to know who is Don Hall. I answered up. He immediately started to call me some "bad names" and put down my biweekly column. I explained that I don't know anything about motorcycles and I only write what my associates at the track tell me. I tried to talk about automobiles. He told me to shut up because he was here to discuss motorcycles, not bikes but big machinery, 500cc and above. He told me that my hero Brian should take that Black and Decker saw of his and go cut some tooth picks and that he will throw and peel Harper's 750 Triumph in more like 13 seconds or less. This guy says that Bill Brooks rides a cream puff Honda that should be at Deer Park for the kiddies to play on. I finally got a word in and told this man if he feels this way he should come to Oceanview on race day. He said he would not come to the track until he could be sure that those who feel that Hondas, Triumph, and the other "junk" on this base would be there to eat smoke from his 900cc Kawasaki. So I guess I'm the coordinator. If anyone has the nerve, just give me a call AWH at 90252. This guy is so mean he wouldn't give me his name or phone number. The point standings for the trophy to be presented on Dec. 26 are as follows: Brian Abel 1750 Mike Allen 500 Joe Ault 1250 Rod Bell 500 Darrell Bird 1250 Fred Board 500 Al Bradbury 750 Bill Brooks 750 Bob Dunevant 500 Charlie Dupont 250 Tom Finke 250 Olin Gambrell 1250 Don Hall 1250 Jim Harper 1250 Rich Kennard 1500 Dave Ornsbey 500 John Renner 250 Bill Roberts 750 Carrie Snyder 1750 Frank Trimmer 1250 Participants who did not show at Oceanview for the last two race days and did not contact the G.B.R.A. have been dropped due to apparent lack of interest. However, your points will be on record until the competition for the quarterly trophy has ended. Basketball schedule announced The following is the basketball schedule for, the 1976 season. Early gaines will begin at 6:30 p.m. and late games at 8:30. The last team will be the home team. The teams are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. NAS Security High School Marine Barracks NavSta White (Galley) NavSta Blue DATE NOV 2 Siamese kittens, seal paint, 2 males Honda repair, tune-up or averhaul, 6-weeks-old, $25 each. Call 95369 no parts sold. Call 64391 DWH or AT. 99246 AWH. 2 sections of picket fence, 8 x 4, $8 each. Call 85316 AT. Wave uniform, size 10r 3 pairs of size 8 shoes. Call 96116. Hedstrom wooden high chair; Hedstrom crib with orthopedic mattress; woman's 3-speed bicycle. Call 97207 AT. 1966 V.W. station wagon; 1974 CB 360 Honda, available Nov. 18. Call wanted 99205 AWH. Coleman fuel, $2 per gallon; glass baby bottles, 4 and 8 oz.; baby walker-rocker, $10; infant feeder, $2. Call 99205 AT. 1974 Honda 50, real good condition, $125. Call 951016 AT. 14' Boston Whaler boat, 20 HP Johnson motor and trailer, $800; anchor for large barrel boat, $50; guitar, $20; set of TV trays, $4; cassette carrying case, $2; black vinyl chair, $15. Call 95305 AT. 7' bar, good condition, 4' tall, $50; Spalding beginner's golf clubs, balls and astro turf included, $25. Call 96220. 1969 Camaro, 6 cyl.,$400; 1967 V.W. bus, $750. Call 951146 AT. Assorted stereo equipment for sale. Call 95569 DWH or 85443 AWN. 1969 Chevelle Malibu, 2-dr hardtop, rebuilt 307 V8, auto transmission, brake system completely overhauled, Husband and wife would like to housesit anytime during November. References available; call 64319 DWH or 952202 AWH. Pick up truck available for hauling and moving. Call 95569 DWH or 85443 AWH. Sewing and alterations done anytime. Call 952262 AT. 2 end tables and 1 coffee table, Early American design. Call Paul at 64266 or 64319 AT. Someone to mow lawns. Call 97123 AWH. 12 x 15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. Piano lessons for 5-year-old. Call 85647 AT. Someone to teach guitar lessons. Call 97127 AT. Used foreign stamps or 1976 domestic stamps. Call Ben at FBPO, 95516 Two A/Cs at least 15,000 BTU each and two A/Cs at least 8,000 BTU each. Call 85600 DWH or the BOQ, room G-35 AWH. Ask for Capt. Mayer. lost Dolly with castors, used to transport band equipment. Lost along road somewhere between Post 46 and the downtown area. Call Lt(j.g.) Yacus at 64336 DWH or 64350 AWH. non-factory A/C but needs engine mount for compressor, excellent found tires, new battery, excellent transportation, $950. Call GySgt. McClain Wedding band at Cooper Field # 1. 95351/95415 DWH. Call 95223 AT to identify. 11 12 16 18 19 23 25 26 30 DEC 2 3 10 COURT 1 7-2 8-1 7-9 6-1 6-8 5-9 5-7 4-8 4-6 3-7 1-3 9-4 2-4 1-5 2-6 3-5 8-3 9-2 4-5 3-6 3-4 2-5 1-4 2-3 1-2 9-3 8-2 9-1 8-9 7-1 7-8 6-9 6-7 5-8 5-6 4-7 6. 7. 8. 9. Company L Crane Hill NAS Leeward Hospital COURT 2 6-3 5-4 5-2 4-3 4-1 3-2 2-1 3-9 2-8 1-9 8-5 7-6 9-6 8-7 1-7 9-8 7-4 6-5 2-7 1-8 1-6 9-7 9-5 8-6 8-4 7-5 7-3 6-4 6-2 5-3 4-2 5-1 4-9 3-1 3-8 2-9 BYE 9 4 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 went to Miami of Ohio where Woody Hayes was head coach. By the time he was a senior, the head coach was Ara Parseghian. When McVay was a sophomore center, one of the starting tackles was Bill Arnsparger, the man he succeeded as coach of the Giants. The other tackle was Bo Schembechler, now head coach at Michigan. In all 21 players from that Miami team went on to become head or assistant coaches. McVay does not plan to emulate any other coaches. He says you have to do things your own way. McVay named Giants coach F ZL AiWTT"X97j7jA7;z7


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