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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weaher Forecast
Partly cloudy.
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Low tide--~8:46pm U W inds E 8-12 SwiV&LAe --- 7 :Oam 3' knots. Gusts Sumeto----6:28pm to 22 knots.
High- -87 Bay conditions
Low --- 71 The Navy', 6onty 6ho)te-ba~ed daity 1-3 feet.Vol. 31, No. 208 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, October 29, 1976

Opening delayed


Conference begins on Rhodesia

this morning, when chief delegates
are to make formal opening statements.
Delay and demonstration marked the
start of the talks that came about
largely through the initiative of
U.S. Secy. of State Henry A.
Kissinger and? his mission through
Africa last month.
Black Rhodesians were divided
against other blacks, white Britons
against their Rhodesian cousins.
The divisions were there for all
to see in the council chamber of the THE GREAT PUMPKIN IS HERE! Snoopy's search is over' headquarters of the defunct League at last. See the Great Pumpkin in all his orange of Nations. Guerrilla commanders majesty. SATCOM personnel created this Halloween dewith prices on their heads sought light on the road to Windmill Beach. (Photo by PH2 ~GENEVA, Switzerland (AP)-Leaders to outstare Smith and his former M.K. Mayhew)
Rhodesia's blacks and whites be- defense minister, Pieter Van Der
gan their' conference yesterday on Byl,'now foreign minister.
the African country's future in an. The conference chairman, Britain's IRA political organizer
atmosphere 'of pessimism, 'bitterness Ivor Richard, told' reporters before IU
and suspicion. the session that a major problem was
The historic meeting at the Palais the "enormous depth of suspicion be- killed in hospital bed
Des Nations brought white Prime tween the two sides. One sees it,
Minister Ian Smith face to face with one can almost feel it in the airl BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)-- W orld News Digest
four nationalist leaders vying to around this building and this town." IRA political organizer Maire Drum
succeed aSmith.' Aim of' the' talks is to arrange was killed last night. NEW ORLEANS (AP)--A whiskey
Britain told the delayed opening peaceful transition to black rule Police in Belfast report she was bottle, with about one drink left,
session all five Rhodesian delega- in thebreakaway British colony in assassinated by three youths as she has been found in the wheelhouse of
ions must have the shared aim of southern Africa'where blacks out- ' ' lay in a hospital bed. One of the the Mississippi River ferry boat black majority rule within two number the ruling whites by 6.4 youths, wearing a white coat, appar- which collided with a Norwegian
years. A welcoming address by the million to 278,000. 'ently pretended to be a hospital or- tanker last week. Coast Guard inBritiish chairman,~ Ivor Richard, was Joshua; Nkomo and Robert Mugabe, derly. 'All three were armed with, vestigators made the report yesterfolloe dby a brief discus ssion of 'who head the Rhodesian "pat iotic handguns. day, one day.after a coroner's readministrative details. front," jolted Richard and delayed The 56-year-old Mrs. Drum was the port showed the boat captain had
he owning meeting , which lasted the. formal opening more than two principa political organizer for been drinking.'
sbout a alf hour, adjourned until hours with 'a demand that he be del- the "Provisional Sinn Fein." That' s
egated t~he powers of a British cabi-' the, legal political arm of the out- SEATTLE (AP)--A federal judge has Administration approves net minister so as to upgrade the lawed IRA's provisional wing. given a group of"Puyallup indians status of the conference. The provisional IRA, is a mainly until tomorrow 'to 'end their occupasae fco p tesBlack nationalist sources said' Roman Catholic movement, fighting "to ' tion,'of a '20-acre state' 'juvenile this was granted after , ichard con- drive the British from Northern ' detention center in Seattle. The sulted authorities' in London, but a' Ireland' and unite the province with indians claim the 'land legally beWASHINGTON (AP)--Government off i- second "patriotic front" demand' was the Irish Republic. longs to them.
cials said last night that the Ford rejected. This wa that Smith's ' Mrs. Drum was in, the hospital for
administration has approved the group be seated beside the British,* a cataract operation. She was a HONOLULU (AP)-A Seattle area fishsale of two advanced computers-to instead of opposite, 'so as to under- fiery speaker for the Republican " erman who sailed for Hawaii in a Communist China. Informed sources line what the blacksregard as ' ' cause and was one of the best known 21-foot dory in mid-July has been
describe the sale as a gesture of British-Rhodesian political collab- personalities in Northern Irish pol- spotted 110 miles from Honolulu. A
"..pport for. t.e new Peking regime. ' oration. ' itics. Japanese freighter informed U.S. W he computer is to be provided b~y ds sios'authorities, that it picked up' a
a Frech susidiary of Control Data, Lebanon discussions note from Pat Quesnel, who had not Corporation. been seen or heard from 'since Aug.
The sources say Secy. of State of agreement marred by discord 6.
Henry A. Kissinger had pressed for' Prospect fir brokeen outre yesterday
the approval, over initial reserva- (AP)--A fr rk u etra
tions held by the Pentagon and BEIRUT,~ Lebanon (Al')--Pres. Elias, marred by discord over' how to pro- 'in a' brick warehouse behind an anothers in the intelligence commu" Sarkis was to begin discussions ceed with the talks. ' ' tique store owned by a cousin of
nity. ' ' yesterday with Christian militia Leftist Moslem and right-wing Jimmy Carter. No injuries were reCl~earance' still is required from leaders on disengaging combatants Christian warlords clashed sharply ported. Georgia State Sen. Hugh
a group of NATO allies and Japan in Lebanon's civil war. 'But the over interpretations of a peace Carter estimates his loss at
which must give its approval on prospect of a, quick agreement was plan drawn up by two Arab summit $25,000. Police say the fire is business deals 'with Communist coun- conferences in Saudi 'Arabia a nd believed to have been caused by.
tries involving such sensitive Egypt within the last two weeks. faulty wiring. equipment. They also differed on regulating The first of the two computer Palestinian guerrilla presence in SALEM, Ore. (AP)--It took awhile,
'systems, which are known as the southern regions bordering Israel, but Kennet Jones finally got his "Cyber-172," is to be used by the " threatening,again to settle the is- Purple Heart yesterday, for wounds Chinesle for oil exploration. The sue by force and break the current suffered in World War I. The 84other, to be delivered at a later week-old cease-fire. year-old Jones was wounded in comtime, probably will be used to help Overall leftist leader Kamal bat in France in 1918. Red tape
detect 'earthquakes, which regularly Jumblatt protested a summit resolu- and' a 'fire which destroyed records
plague China. 'tion that placed a projected 30,000- delayed for nearly 60 years the
One official described the compu- man'pan-Arab peacekeeping force un- award 'that goes to wounded soldiers.
ter as "relatively advanced" and der the personal command of '
said it conceivably has defense 'Lebanon's Christian president. H * *acki'er faces 'air
uses. Jumblatt demanded that this co ..The deal follows a visit by a mand be given to the Lebanese pre- piracy charges
group of Chinese computer experts mier, a Moslem by tradition, and 1
to the United States. -Sarkis ' that South Lebanon be reopened for MUNICH, West Germany (AP)--Police guerrilla operations against Israel.- say a defector who hijacked a
"Never," retorted top Christian Czechoslavak airliner from Prague
Politicians linked to Korean businessman 'militia leader Camille Chamoun, who to Munich faces probable air piracy is the interior minister. "I don't charges in West Germany.
WASHINGTON (AP)--Korean business-. agents in Anchorage, Alaska, on Dec. think Arab heads :of state would ap- Authorities reuffed Czech extraman Tongsun Park boasted i'n December" 8, 1973. - ' prove of Christian villages in the dition demands for 26-year-old
1973 that he gave thousands of dol- Park made frantic efforts 'to re- ' south being destroyed by guerrilla Rudolf Becvar. The hijacker surlars in capaign contributions to cover or tear up the list and other raids and Israeli reprisals." " , rendered as soon as the plane, with
-n- - - Ig-'$500,00- - t h P - I b inspect 4rs re A--them, sa-id . represented the last c c f ' M. t- i i

Rihr .Nixon, la43ustoms officials. Donova wor king, formerU..: Customs peace. "Other'wise the... crisi,w Accordin..g to source. ..t. Prgu

a rce ~broker who: isthe; key:' Mo:st: of the names" on the ist; have added. ' -: the plane as soon as the engines !

ve t g t of " i :nf~uence-peddling: in: .." that>... in a ':ddition to Nixon, he re- 'l et the ch nc of peace li]p away," t ..... am n to fly to Munich. The hijack-..
'CogrssbyKo 'a agent.. , was called' th a'e'o "ens Barry Sarkis said in statement after his er was armed with ..a machine gunand caryn al's'wt .S. ,po :li'ti- Goldate)R-riz, an uetH , eunfrmteCiosm" a pistol. There were no inj uries.
cin'nmsad iue esidr- upry D- zn., weean 'he'-list,redunsa. "Ltufmvefom the West Germunyiis.leadi.g.a campaign

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Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Friday, October 29, 1976


NOTICE TO BBL TOURNAMENT PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES 10 ENTRANTS ... WILL BEGIN.

.L The schedule is posted on the The prepared childbirth classes Commuity lockers facing the new lanes. will begin Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. The .Please check the schedule prior to classes last six weeks and meet in Sunday. the ARU room of the Naval Hospital.
For further information call Judy
BROWNIE TROOP 9 TO MEET Hamilton at 85339 or Betty Skinner Bulletinat 951166.
Brownie Troop 9 will meet today
at 6:30 p.m. Don't forget to wear NR.A, TRAINING AVAILABLE I I! your Halloween costume. Bo rd Anyone interested in enrolling in an N.R.A. basic small arms training
CLEAN-UP AT PHOTO CLUB STUDIO program or in registering for an N.R.A. rifle or pistol match should
The Guantanamo Reflex Photo Club contact Paul Allegra at 64391 DWH will hold a clean-up of the club or 99246 AWH.
studio and lab on tomorrow afternoon
SUNDAY ADVANC TICKETS FOR "BLITHE at 2. Refreshments will be pxvvided.
SPIRIT ON SALE TOMORROW The new operating hours ,fPcrthe club GIRL SC OUTS 31AK1 UND RAISING PROTESTANT S3INDA' SCHOOL will meet will be Monday, Wednesday and Thurs- CAMPAIGN FOR DEER PARK ZOO at the elementary school for childi.- Tomorrow wil lbe the last day for day from 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday ren from twoyears~ to the 2nd grade; purchasing adance tickets to the from 1 to 4 p.m. For more informa- The Girl Scouts will be canvasing third grade toadult classes will Little Theatre production of "Blithe tion call Bill Tucker at 98152 AWH. the following housing areas as part meet at the high sch ool a 9:30 Spirit", Show time is 8 p.m., Nov. of a fund raising campaign for the a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS 4, 5, and 6 at Morin Center. Tic- HALLOWEEN BAi' AT CPO CLUB support of Deer Park Zoo:
-Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a~m.. kets will be on sale in front of the Navy Exchange and will be available Te CPO Club will host a Halloweer Tomorrow - Nob Hill, Villamar, CHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCal- at the door on show nights. Balltomorrow at 9 p.m. in the Top Tierra "K", Caravella Point and la Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more in- side Lounge and Ballroom. The cl b Circle, Mobil Point, Evans Point, formation call 97191, REEF RAIDERS DIVE SCHEDULED will close to patrons without tic- Granadillos, Bargos, Kittery Beach, k.ts at 8:30 p.m. Marine Site, Deer Point, BOQ. IGUANA DUPLICATEBRIDGE CLUB, will The Reef Raiders' Sunday club dive Tickets are $5 per person and in Sunday- Trailer Park, Radio Point* mee~t at the OTOClub at 7~ p.m.' will be at Chapman Beach this Sunday. cLude: open bar; hors d'oeuvres; Marina Point, Coronaso Point, Bravo .Games are open to all base residents Meet atthe ferrylanding to catch dance contest; costume contest; Loop, Paola Point, Oil Point, OceanFor more inflation callJim Cossey the 8:3 a.m. ferry. The truck will door prizes; and, music by Pegasu . view. at 8514 AWH. be there to transport gear to the- The event is limited to authorized beach, patrons a their invited guests., The campaign will run from 3:30Tickets may be purchased from ADJC 6 p.m. Receipts for your donations YARD SALE NURSERY SCHOOL TUITION IS1 DUE Hall, VC-1O; GySgt Smith, Co. L; will be available upon your request.
DTC Gwaltney, Dental; YNCS Barnett_. If you need more information please Two-family yard sale, 274-D Villa- Nursery school tuition for the COMNAVBASE; ACC Patterson, NAS; call Sharon Davis at 90270. mar , tomorrow from 10 n.m. to 3 p.m. month of November is due no later HACS Kelly, Hospital; Joyc'e Saat, than Tuesday. Tuition will be ac- CPO Wives' Club; RMO Witt, FTG; ADULT BEG INNERS SWIMMING CLASS adsale, 1211-B Center Bargo, cepted at the nursery school Office, and, fprom th.. mess treasurer at SCHEDULED TO START tomoirrow fromn11 a.m. to 2 p.m. building 329, from 10 a.-m. to 2 p.m. the club. Games, end frames, toys, tools, on Monday and from 2-6 p.m. ont Tues- Ball goers are asked to pucae An adult beginners swimming class cosumes, clothes, much. more. Many day. A late fee of $'1 per day will tickets before 4 p.m. t urchy s to s scheduled to start on Nov,. 4 new and unused items. For more in- be charged after Tuesday. fato o, The classes will run fr five weeks
foraton call 98171 AWHi o~r 95439- facilitte h 'evres'ratc. osf and will be held three days a week T. COMO SNACK BAR FOR AUTHRIZED ffrom 9-10 a.m. Evening classes can PAT S O Y also be arranged. To register or Yar sale, 11-A East Bargo, to-. AROSO'L SWINGERS CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN for more information, call 97166 cr morro fom 10 a.m. to 1-p.m. Men's U'se of the COMO snack bar is auth-' 96264. and women's winter clothes, Zenith orized only for officers, civilian The Gitmo Swingers will celebrate Also, anyone wishing to improve ooe stereo, etc. For more in- ed their dependents. Halloween with a Costume Squnare their swimming ability or iearn frtion call 9 2Iudento s Dance and party, Itoday in the club new strokes is invited to attend.
requested 'that all authorized pat- hl.Squnare -dancing from 8-10 p.m.
ad a BY :iOB foling.� Thoe attend- B
Multi-family pre-pack-out yard rons present their D card or guest aPRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING
saloint, tomorrow from card to the operator prior to mak- ing are asked to bring a snack.o
10a~.to2p.m. Baby acessories, 4ing purchased. Comments cognrn- This month we bid farewell to Glenna Practice bombing and strafing will cmltehing i and Allen Bourne. They will be be conducted on the Hicacal target glssaehusehold items and much in particular, as we-ll as other swung out oi the club Friday night. today from 8'a.m. until
more COM Ooperations, are encouraged. 5- p.m. For your safety, the Conde
Com-meraea ' ' nts may be made to your advis- MEN'S BOWLING- ASSOCIATION e nd Hicacal-Beach areas nort h of 4 1
Yadsl,1- Crvl on, ory council member, Lt~j.g.)- SPONSORING TOURNAMENT - Saint Nicolas Point and'all'of the

a asrmnofbbima- -Cdr. liorsc W, NAY-STA Comptroller. The local men's bowling association dillo Points will be off limits.
ity closing, iron stone-dishas, is sponsoring a, handica oubles and Fr more information contact the


icm; ' Anderso, CO 0MeYs trasu em or -..... ..... up 'ay fr!:'OmStCaracolestora a-ig' :,
fe niques, toys, household items5, NEW OFFICE HO URS FOR SAN JUAN singles tournament Nov. 2UO andi 21 COMNAVBASF duty off-i-,:er, Special
an uh- moe.- AN~D HAITI R?&R FLIGHTS There will 'be a special scratch 'event Services N' i ua, ,, D~ olice.- --for the high rollers. Entry forms IGSNA Yar sale, 543-B Villamar, tomor- 'Office hours for -the San Juan. and are available in the bowling alley. BRACKET DRAG;i CNG-UNA
row from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Haiti R&R flights will be noon to All prize money will be refunded ' The Guantanamo Bay Racing AssociW omen's and baby's clothes, etc. 3 3p.m. -Monday' through-Friday, comn- along with selected trophies donated ation will host bracket drag racing mencing Nov. 5. by the association. Sign up now, Sunday at Oceanview. Inspection Pre-pack-ou. yard sale, 59-B Nob entries close Nov. 6. Cntact Bruce and time trials begin at 11:30 a.m. Hilltom'rr'o from 9:3<0 to ? ,Can- ATTENTION MOTORISTS .. johnston, Dale Goodwin or any as- Competition is scheduled to begin ned oos hand tools, yard tools, sociation official fo further in- at 1:45 p.m. Base personnel desir- on ' -!i :ii ing tfomn ake intnnern a harwar, sme urniture, children's All motorists are advised to use' formatio.igt aemitnnern a
-- hng(brt -to size 3), Christ- extreme caution Sunday,-Halloweer' have their autos inspected and use
s cards andmany household items. nigh~t. Gitmo's youngsters will"be - 'the strip from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
st ims will besold for 25 cents out trick or treating. Parents are CO. L- WIVES MEETING SHEDULED p.m. -The concession stand is stockor less.encouraged to have-their children ed to accomodate children and adults,
The-fml pr -c u yar back hone b Iyl0 p.m. The Co. L wives will have their so bring the family out for a day
se famBiey each,-outoyrow m monthly meeting at 1220-A Villamar of fun and racing at Oceanview.
fro B10a i.ft 2 m B a batrO WORKSHOP FOR PW.O.C. BAZAAR: o n Tuesday. They will have a whie-- The G.B.R.A. will host a performance
elephant sale so please bring youi clinic tomorrow from 2:30 p.m. r pes, furniturecothing, A final workshop to complete items white elephants. For more infom-' This time is ideal for perspective
F insteeor aond cany 96206 willthe P.W.O.C. Christmas bazaar tion call Pot Smith at 97168. drag racing participants to make
be> morro at' 128- ailma m.-- those' final adjustments.
morowa 9 tm.- - YACHT CLUB PARTY PLANNED ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET Yd sa le,1 TiraK",.tomorrow
ino10am. to noon. Toys, Honda -U.S. ,NAVAL "GUANTANAMO BAY, The Yacht Club is having an outing There will be a Deer Park Zoo
c le thing, e BASE CUBA at Hospital Cay on Nov. 6, when the Committee meeting Tuesday, at 264-A moon is full. Barrel boats will Villamar, 7:30 p.m. For more inGTOMDLN ASSOCIATION', transport everyone from 5:30-6 p.-m., f torm~ation c:]U Sharo n L,,vis at
WIL HOL MEETIN with a late -heode -club will furnish the rest. Don't
soiton wil hod'a meeting today - worry about the kids and babysitters, Werewolves, vampires and-ghosts N_.1 St~'~ 2a communications have been ar- -will abound at the Fleet Reserve
- bets_ --- -a e -r~ o N-t- 3!!-dO -,di- offt-e ragdqotc ven Eklof at 90245 -Haunted 'House tomorrow ni'ht. The
te . sd s 'n o h~1 Gal t92'200 or reser- Haunted :House Will open at '6 :30 and : ~b u ri' 1it td. ~ ~ Thu~,kf ations. -cl: :"J ;eose 'at9. ,Games-and a bake sale
- '�: '.-sait e' 'C : - will be held on. the: patio. ,Admi's- �.
i~G�S.. ~FI-MCU T OTCIDRN5 so s50 o dlsand 25� for,

T~e~m- dh eare; inied. Parents, bring your ..
-' - -,.~ ,guaties~o setee~O~PS~t Ter,'il achildr .Sn' s Halli- children ib'efore !goil' tothe; cltbs : i









Friday, October 29, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3



To the comm unity Carter sees a 'new sit'in America

)Dear community, UNIONDALE, Long Island (AP)-- The President used a stop in Democratic presidential candidate Cincinnati to unveil a plan to I would like to express my appreciation to the many people from Gitmo Jimmy Carter campaigned on Long halt the spread of nuclear weapons.
who helped me after my husband's accident. It would be impossible to name Island last night. Carter told a Ford was greeted by one of the
each person that came and offered, their time and help; but I particularly mostly-student crowd at Hofstra largest crowds of his campaign as
want to~ give special thanks to all the chiefs aboard Gitmo; the CPO Club, University in Uniondale that sub- he rode in a motorcade at lunch
Staff NCO Club, the Fleet Reserve Association and to Father Brock for the urban families like theirs represent time. He later called on all naservices held on base; also to the many offices, Personnel, Legal, etc., the country's most successful people, tions to join the U.S. in a cooperthat gave me their time.. A special thank you to all the SRD divers and yet they still find themselves on ative effort to increase peaceful
to Capt. DeCook and Cdr. Hering of SRD and the staff of the Naval unemployment'lines.' Carter prom- uses of nuclear energy, while
Hospital. ised that if he's elected, he'll cutting down on the spread of nuchange that. , clear weapons.
Jean Kreyssig '.Carter also' said h-e sees a "new spirit" and a restored national
Dear community, pride in America. He spoke out
against government secrecy, spying
Your'thoughtflillness and sympathy have been most helpful to us in our on American citizens and a system
bereavement. The lovely flowers and cards were an expression of a pleas- of justice that "lets the big-shot ant mmory.crooks go free.>" Carter says he forsees an America where foreign
~The family. of John Landry policy is set by the President and not by the secretary of state.
In CJleveland during the day,
Carter said he can't promise a
Soviet defector returned by Iran substantial tax reduction if he is Ford said the world should conelected. 'But he said with an im-l tinue to develop nuclear power MOSCOW (AP)--A Soviet pilot who F'. Seimishastnov, Soviet deputy proved economy anid employment pic- using uranium as the fuel. But he
flew a small postal plane to Iran foreign trade minister, that the ture, there could be "some tax cuts." called for an end'of recycling of, in Sep tember w~as returned to the joint economic conference originally plutonium from spent uranium fuel. ovint Union Monday, Moscow R'adio scheduled to begin Nov. 25 in Plutonium is toxic and easily con id ysterday. Tokyo would be postponed indefin- vertable in weapons. Ford said reTh ioLt. Valentin Ivamovich itely. .cycling plutonium should "not pro'Zosimoff, 37 had requested asylum, They said Semishastnov sent a note ceed unless there is sound reason bu the request was denied. sayingJMoscow believes the presence , to conclude that the world commnunHe had, flown the' single-engined of "good neighborly relations and a ity can effectively overcome the
plane to a small town in northeast- friendly atmosphere"'between the two associated risk of nuclear weapon
emn Iran Sept. 25 and asked'to go countries is a prerequisite to con-~ '-' proliferation."
to the'United States. But the evening the conference. 'GOP vice presidential candidate
Inian government decided to deny Japan rebuffed repeated Soviet Robert Dole didn't mention
his asylum request saying it vio- demands ,for return of the intercep- Democrats Jimmy Carter or Walter lated'an air piracy agreement with tor pilot,, who flew to Japan on' Mondale by name yesterday when he the Soviet Union Sept. 6 an~d was subsequently per- said the Democratic spending poliMoscow Radio gave no further de- minted 'to go to the United States. Carter said his advisors tell him cies would lead to increases in
tails,'xcp to say that Zosimoff The MIG-25 was shipped back to"'the thtwhasedycomigrth nftonndumpyet.Dl
had "committed a criminal act" and Soviet Union after intelligence ex- "there is going to be about $60 bil- said,, "It's like trying to cure
tha te plnean Aerof~lot AN-2 perts spent several weeks disas- lion accumulated per year'above and cancer with more 'cancer."
sigl e ae caft, wuld also b~e sembling and analyzing 'the aircr aft.DoescmntmaeiDnvr
beyond what we have now." And he 'Does mntmaeiDnv
bretmenes" said "I would guess a'substantial was an apparent response to stateITokyo, absnsm groupp d 01A 3d.AT ' portion ofE that' would go for a tax men'ts by the Democratic vice pressaid Sovie''ffcias have called W n s an sno cut, and a substantial portion' idential candidate. Mondale re-~
off a joint Japanese-SovietK economic would go for implementing new pro- cently said that GOP economic poli'conference. The> mov apparentlyy re- delay rescuers grams.", cies of using unemployment'to reflected Mocow's displ'easure over In St. Louis, Carter's mother, ~duce inflation is like going to a
failure by Japan to return a Soviet Lillian, said 'in an interview if doctor for a, broken leg, and getting
Air Force pilot who~ defected with SPENCE BAY, Canada (AP)--High Robert Dole ever becomes President 'treated for cancer.
an advanced Mf~IG-25 interceptor~ and winds and blowing snow have delayed she will move ito South America.
received U.S. asylum. 'snowmobile-borne rescuers trying to' Mrs. Carter said Dole is responsible>
The Japanese have prepared de- reach 12 members o'f an Eskimo hunt- for "low-level" politics in the
tied 'plans f'or participation in ing party stranded inthe Arctic campaign.
a ait feooi eelopment of Caa a'sbaren north coast, Carter's running mate, Sen. Walter Fod issin!geir, Bunker
prjcsnSberia, wich were , officials said yesterday. Mondale, took yesterday off from
reduon in priciple last summer 'Four~ snowmobiles dragging sleighs campaigning. 'may receive sum m~onses
teSvesand Japan's full of supplies left"'the Northwest
I eatio of Eoomic Organizationa. Territories outpost of Gjo'a'Havenf Pres. Ford carried his campaign to
Bu edeatin officials said y'es- on Wednesday on the 100-mile mission Cleveland last night and vowed to
teray they wre informed by Ivan' torah thea caribous hunting 'Eskimos. ethnic groups that their relatives ' ANCON, C.Z. (AP)--A civil suit
J~ ~ 7' 4The haunting party's 40-foot boat, in eastern Europe are not being for- filed in'U.S. District Court here battered and< wedged between ice gotten. 'The remark was 'an' apparent contends Pres. Ford, Secy. of State ~floes, is stuck on an island iLn attempt to make up for a comment 'Henry A. Kissinger and U.S. special Queen Maud Gulf. The gulf i's above miade'during the second presidential Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker are in'Ma scentst'thery he rcic irce, oretha 1,00 debate that the Soviet Union does fringing the constitutional rights miles due north of Winnipeg, Manito- not domiinate eastern Europe. Ford~ of American residents of the Panama in Legionnaire's >Iise a'Se ha. has since admitted he erred in that Canal 'Zone by negotiating a new Three members of the group remain- statement. canalN treaty with Panama. ing at the 'boat are' women and eight The Associated Press 'erroneously' are children, two, of them less than. Ford said "America cares today as reported earlier that District Judge
(I)--A 'ofiential staff report' to years old. 'Milk, tea, sugar and. it has always cared." And he added Guthrie F. Crowe had issued a tempfor aHuesbommtee sets forth f lour were dropped' by airplane. late' that the "spirit of the people of orary restraining order Wednesday
a ",a cets''ter nTedyatrtegopwslctd eastern Europe has mever been stopping the negotiations. Crowe
Philadelphia' so-called The rescue party first had to broken and will never' be broken." took under advisement an application'
Lo~iaires Disease" that killed drive 65 miles to ' dew line radar '.'for the restraining order and gave 29 prons last summer. It sas sat~ion at Gladman Point, reached by Riding in an open car through an Ford, Kissinger and Bunker 60 days
themyserious ailment may have been three members of the hunting party ethnic neighborhood of Clev'eland, to respond to the suit.
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"a lethal gas' concoction. ' help.' of freedom for people all over the set in motion the machinery for them
Bttereport and its new theory " The Royal3 CanadiLan Mounted Police world and we 're going to keep it to be served summonses in connection
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sorealso fromi 'h' National high winds and 'storm conditions.
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of the ailinent Horace Collicutt, manager of the
Th ose >subcommittee staff re- Dew Line station, said the weather' (AP)--Former WThite House aide
pot calls investigations by the probably had stalled the rescue John Ehrlichman entered an Arizona
CDCan by Pennslvania health of- party, forcing it to make camp and 'prison camp yesterday to begin fci "a 'ia" that followed wait out the storm. 'serving ,his Watergate sentence.
blid laan spoiled medical ev- The RCMP said winds gusting to 35 Once a top 'adviser of former Pres.
idence. miles an hour and temperatures belowq Richard Nixon, Ehrlichman has begun
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Anderson splits with director Sports standings Sports scores
BALTIMORE (AP)--National Football The Associated Press obtained a NBA STANDINGS
League Players Association Pres. copy of the letter in'which Anderson
Dick Anderson has split oublicly suggested that it be made available EASTERN CONFERENCE SCORES FROM LAST NIGHT
with association Executive Director to all members of the Players Atlantic Division W L GB
Ed Garvey in a personal letter to Association if Garvey failed to hon- Boston 3 6 -- NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
player representatives of the 26 or a request.: That request was to N.Y. Knicks 3 1 1/2 Boston 112, Buffalo 105
NFL teams. publish its contents in the Buffalo 2 2 1 1/2 Cleveland 114, New York Knicks 90
Anderson wrote that he believes "Checkoff," a Player Association N.Y. Nets 2 2 1 1/2 Denver 119, Milwaukee 100
the association will never be able publication. It is understood that Philadelphia 2 2 1 1/2 Golden State 112, Portland 92
to achieve an agreement with the Anderson's letter, dated Oct. 14, Central Division
players that would be acceptable to already has been posted in the Cleveland 3 0 -- NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Garvey. He said Garvey wants too locker rooms of several NFL clubs. Atlanta 2 1 1 Toronto 3, Detroit 1
many things from the owners that In challenging Garvey, Anderson Houston 2 1 1 New York Islanders 5, St. Louis 2
they will never give up. acknowledged there was a split in New Orleans 1 1 1 1/2 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0 the ranks on how to deal with the San Antonio 2 2 1 1/2 Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 1 D p rigb we levs owners. The challenge could lead to Washington 1 2 2 Vancouver 3, Cleveland 1
mark of ecellncea power struggle in the association.
mako x elneBut Anderson rebutted accusations WESTERN CONFERENCE WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
- that he had sold, out the players to MdetDvso W L GBEdmonton 4, Birmingham 3 (OT) the owners while working out an ~ Dner 3 0-6 Minnesota 1, Houston 1 (OT tie) agreement with Dan Rooney, president Chicago 2 1 1
of the. Pittsburgh Steelers and man- Detroit 2 1 1
Z~agement's representative in the Kansas City 1 2 2 talks. Indiana -. 1 3 2 1/2 Anderson said in signing the mem- Milwaukee 0 5 in oradum of understanding with Rooney, Pacific Division Sport brief which was not binding on the associ- Portland :2 1
ation, he was merely trying to gain Golden State 1 2 1
~. benefits for the players and to Seattle 1 2 1 Gitmo loses one of its all-time help create more jobs. Los Angeles 1 3 1 1/2 PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP)--There' s a
great bowlers next week. Phoenix 0 3 2 crowd at the top after the first
Chuck Oeinck, here for only one rudo h esclFaOe
year has left his mark of excellence. Ashe reaches qruarter- Golf Tournament. Tied for first
His high game of 257 and high series place with four under par 67s are
of 685 attest to his bowling ability. *Jerry McGee, John Schlee, Tommy
A sneak preview into the soon to fiasoNounmnH~L STANDINGS Aaron and Bob Murphy. Five golfers
be released 1975-76 Bowling Yearbook fiaso o r a e tare one stroke back.
shows Oeinck carried the highest CAMPBELL CONFERENCE
composite average of the year. And Patrick Division W L T NEW YORK (AI)--Cincinnati Reds
* he holds two of the all-time top 10 VIENNA (AP)--Arthur Ashe downed N.Y. Islanders 7 T catcher Johnny Bench says he and some
league averages ever recorded in fellow American Mike Estep. 6-1, 6-3 Philadelphia 6 3 1 of his teammates are envious of the
Gitno. He is one of only a handful yesterday to reach the quarter-finals Atlanta 5 6 1 big money being offered baseball's of bowlers to hold the top spot on of the Grand Prix Tennis- Tournament N.Y. Rangers 5 6 0 free agents. Pitcher Don Gullett Gitmo's bowling ladder in head-to- at Stadthalle Arena. Smythe Division is the only free agent on the Reds
* head competition. Victor Pecci of Paraguay was the St. Louis 6 5 0 now, but Bench says that could
Prior to entering the Navy in first player to reach the semifinals Chicago 5 5 1 change next year if the club doesn't
1975 ke ventured into the area where when he beat fourth-seeded Brian Minnesota 4 5 1 cone up with more money.
dreams and reality become one, the Gottfried 7-6, 2-6, 6-4. Pecci had Vancouver 4 7 0
Pr olr Tour. -moved into the quarter-finals by Colorado -3 6 1 OAKLAND (AI)--Veteran place kicker
Oe4ick has the competitiveness, default when Onny Parun of New Errol Mann has landed another job in.
desire and ability to excel in any Zealand dropped out with an injury. WALES CONFERENCE the National Football League. He
endeavor and his many friends in Gottfried lost the first set on a Norris Division W L T signed with the Oakland Raiders, and
Gitno wish him continued success. 7-3 tiebreak, won the second and Montreal 9 2T likely will see action in Sunday's fought off two match points before Los Angeles 6 3 3 game against Denver because rookie rendering. Pittsburgh 2 6 3 kicker Fred Steinfort is injured. 0Detroit 2 6 1 Mann recently was cut by the Detroit Washington 1 5 2 Lions, then the Green Bay Packers. Adams Division
Boston 8 2 0 BLOOMINGTON, Mn. (AP)--The
Buffalo 4 4 1 Minnesota Vikings have signed veterCleveland . 3 4 2 an offensive tackle Bart Buetow. To All ads will be run one time only. Wave uniform, size 10, 3 pairs of Toronto 2 5 3 make room, the Vikings put running
You must submit your ad each tine size 8 shoes. Call 96116. back Willie Spencer on waivers.
you want it printed. Ads may be Spencer saw no action this season.
submitted by calling before 4 p.m *
:or by 'dropping it in one of the sevie WRA STANDINGS (UPI)-A couple of weeks ago, th W
-drop boxes. Ads which discriminate scvc~Chicago Black Hawks barred newsmen on the basis of race, sex, creed, Will do babysitting in my home on EASTERN DIVISION W L T from the club locker room following
color or national origin will not Granadillo Pt. Call .96116. Quebec 8 Y -6 a game against the New York
be accepted. The staff reserves Cincinnati .4 3 2 Islanders. The Black Hawks- apparthe -right to re-write any ad it Will babysit in my home for working Birmingham 4 7 1 ently were worried that some effort
deems necessary., mothers. Call 97143 AT. Minnesota -3 5 1 would be made to serve super star e- v~New England 2 4 1 Bobby Orr with a restraining- order fo-r sale A/C service and repair work.' One Indianapolis 2- 5 1 to prevent him from playing. At day service on most. Call 98185 the time, the Boston Bruins and Garrett AFO Dliscriminator metal detec- AWE. WESTERN DIVISION Black Hawks were involved in an artor, 6 months old, with instruction Winnipeg 5 3 0 gument about compensation for Orr's
booklet, $125. Call 85468 AWH. Couple wishing to housesit February Phoenix 5 3 0 signing with Chicago. The ban
and March. For information and San Diego 4 3 2 backfired, however, because yesterFedders 11,000 BTU A/C, excellent references call 95351DWH. Houston .-4 4 2 day NHL Pres. Clarence Campbell
condition, $150. Call 98185 AWE. Edmonton 4 3 0 fined Chicago $500 for discriminHusband and wife would like to Calgary 2 6 1 ating against the news media. Pontoon boat, 8Y18, 1975 25 HP housesit anytime during November.
Johnson motor, $1,400. Call 951180 References available; call 64319 DWE o p o t n e
AT. 7or 952202 AWE.Jo Op rtnt s

Honda SL70, $200. Call 95360 DWE Cakes baked and decorated for all
or 95440 AWE. occasions. Call 95492 AT. -Applications should be submitted to the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office by the -closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have
Patio table with umbrella, $40; in- filed by the closing date, applications will be-accepted until the position f ant boy's clothes, ages birth to wanted is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtain18 months. Call 96189 AT. ed at. the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing vacancy Would like, to buy man's bicycle, announcements posted of-official bulletin boards. Man's 10-speed bike. Call Al Gray Leave message for Parmer at 85849
at .85284 AWE or see at barracks 60, DWE. ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE - - SALARY -CLOSING DATE COMMAND
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ide, Sun, Temp. High tide-2:10pm Low t-de--8:46pm SwtB 6e --7 :Oam SUMd e.t---6:28pm High ---87 Low---71 Weather Forecast Partly cloudy. Widely scattered showers. Winds E8-12 knots. Gusts to 22 knots. Bay conditions 1-3 feet. -_ .Vol. 31, No. 208 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, October 29, 1976 Opening delayed Conference begins on Rhodesia GENEVA, Switzerland (AP)--Leaders Rhodesia's blacks and whites began their conference yesterday on the African country's future in an atmosphere of pessimism, bitterness and suspicion. The historic meeting at the Palais Des Nations brought white Prime Minister Ian Smith face to face with four nationalist leaders vying to succeed Smith. Britain told the delayed opening session all five Rhodesian delegations must have the shared aim of black majority rule within two years. A welcoming address by the British chairman, Ivor Richard, was followed by a brief discussion of administrative details. The opening meeting, which lasted about a half hour, adjourned until Administration approves sale of computers WASHINGTON (AP)--Government officials said last night that the Ford administration has approved the sale of two advanced computers -to Communist China. Informed sources describe the sale as a gesture of pport for the new Peking regime. The computer is to be provided by a French susidiary of Control Data Corporation. The sources say Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger had pressed for the approval, over initial reservations held by the Pentagon and others in the intelligence community. Clearance still is required from a group of NATO allies and Japan which must give its approval on business deals with Communist countries involving such sensitive equipment. The first of the two computer systems, which are known as the "Cyber-172," is to be used by the Chinese for oil exploration. The other, to be delivered at a later time, probably will be used to help detect earthquakes, which regularly plague China. One official described the computer as "relatively advanced" and said it conceivably has defense uses. The deal follows a visit by a group of Chinese computer experts to the United States. this morning, when chief delegates are to make formal opening statements. Delay and demonstration marked the start of the talks that came about largely through the initiative of U.S. Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger and his mission through Africa last month. Black Rhodesians were divided against other blacks, white Britons against their Rhodesian cousins. The divisions were there for all to see in the council chamber of the headquarters of the defunct League of Nations. Guerrilla commanders with prices on their heads sought to outstare Smith and his former defense minister, Pieter Van Der Byl, now foreign minister. The conference cnairman, Britain's Ivor Richard, told reporters before the session that a major problem was the "enormous depth of suspicion between the two sides. One sees it, one can almost feel it in the air around this building and this town." Aim of the talks is to arrange peaceful transition to black rule in the breakaway British colony in southern Africa where blacks outnumber the ruling whites by 6.4 million to 278,000. Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe, who head the Rhodesian "patriotic front," jolted Richard and delayed the formal opening more than two hours with a demand that he be delegated the powers of a British cabinet minister so as to upgrade the status of the conference. Black nationalist sources said this was granted after Richard consulted authorities in London, but a second "patriotic front" demand was rejected. This was that Smith's group be seated beside the British; instead of opposite, so as to underline what the blackstregard as British-Rhodesian political collaboration. BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--Pres. Elias Sarkis was to begin discussions yesterday with Christian militia leaders on disengaging combatants in Lebanon's civil war. But the prospect of a quick agreement was Politicians linked to Korean businessman WASHINGTON (AP)--Korean businessman Tongsun Park boasted in December 1973 that he gave thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to many prominent American politicians, including $500,000 to then-Pres. Richard M. Nixon, a Customs official said yesterday. Park, a rice broker who is the key figure in a Justice Department investigation of influence-peddling in Congress by Korean agents, was carrying a list with U.S. politicians' names and figures he said represented campaign contributions when he was searched by Customs agents in Anchorage, Alaska, on Dec. 8, 1973. Park made frantic efforts to recover or tear up the list and other papers dealing with rice transactions before inspectors read them, said Donovan Working, former U.S. Customs district director for Anchorage. Most of the names on the list have not been made public. Working said that in addition to Nixon, he recalled the names of Sens. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., and Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., were on the list, along with then Rep. Richard T. Hanna, D-Calif. THE GREAT PUMPKIN IS HERE' Snoopy's search is over at last. See the Great Pumpkin in all his orange majesty. SATCOM personnel created this Halloween delight on the road to Windmill Beach. (Photo by PH2 M.K. Mayhew) IRA political organizer killed in hospital bed BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP)-IRA political organizer Maire Drumm was killed last night. Police in Belfast report she was assassinated by three youths as she lay in a hospital bed. One of the youths, wearing a white coat, apparently pretended to be a hospital orderly. All three were armed withhandguns. The 56-year-old Mrs. Drumm was the principal political organizer for the "Provisional Sinn Fein." That's the legal political arm of the outlawed IRA's provisional wing. The provisional IRA is a mainly Roman Catholic movement fighting to drive the British from Northern Ireland and unite the province with the Irish Republic. Mrs. Drumm was in the hospital for a cataract operation. She was a fiery speaker for the Republican cause and was one of the best known personalities in Northern Irish politics. marred by discord over how to proceed with the talks. Leftist Moslem and right-wing Christian warlords clashed sharply over interpretations of a peace plan drawn up by two Arab summit conferences in Saudi Arabia and Egypt within the last two weeks. They also differed on regulating Palestinian guerrilla presence in southern regions bordering Israel, threatening again to settle the issue by force and break the current week-old cease-fire. Overall leftist leader Kamal Jumblatt protested a summit resolution that placed a projected 30,000man pan-Arab peacekeeping force under the personal command of Lebanon's Christian president. Jumblatt demanded that this command be given to the Lebanese premier, a Moslem by tradition, and that South Lebanon be reopened for guerrilla operations against Israel."Never," retorted top Christian militia leader Camille Chamoun, who is the interior minister. "I don't think Arab heads of state would approve of Christian villages in the south being destroyed by guerrilla raids and Israeli reprisals." Chamoun said the Arab summit plan represented the last chance for peace. "Otherwise the crisis will have to be settled by force," he added. "I appeal to all parties not to let the chance of peace slip away," Sarkis said in a statement after his return from the Cairo summit Wednesday. "Let us move from the state of cease-fire to the stage of disengagement." Lebanon discussions Prospect of agreement marred by discord World News Digest NEW ORLEANS (AP)--A whiskey bottle, with about one drink left, has been found in the wheelhouse of the Mississippi River ferry boat which collided with a Norwegian tanker last week. Coast Guard investigators made the report yesterday, one day after a coroner's report showed the boat captain had been drinking. SEATTLE (AP)--A federal judge has given a group of Puyallup indians until tomorrow to end their occupation of a 20-acre state juvenile detention center in Seattle. The indians claim the land legally belongs to them. HONOLULU (AP)--A Seattle area fisherman who sailed for Hawaii in a 21-foot dory in mid-July has been spotted 110 miles from Honolulu. A Japanese freighter informed U.S. authorities that it picked up a note from Pat Quesnel, who had not been seen or heard from since Aug. 6. (AP)--A fire broke out yesterday in a brick warehouse behind an antique store owned by a cousin of Jimmy Carter. No injuries were reported. Georgia State Sen. Hugh Carter estimates his loss at $25,000. Police say the fire is believed to have been caused by faulty wiring. SALEM, Ore. (AP)--It took awhile, but Kenneth Jones finally got his Purple Heart yesterday, for wounds suffered in World War I. The 84year-old Jones was wounded in combat in France in 1918. Red tape and a fire which destroyed records delayed for nearly 60 years the award that goes to wounded soldiers. Hijacker faces air piracy charges MUNICH, West Germany (AP)--Police say a defector who hijacked a Czechoslavak airliner from Prague to Munich faces probable air piracy charges in West Germany. Authorities reSuffed Czech extradition demands for 26-year-old Rudolf Beevar. The hijacker surrendered as soon as the plane, with 111 persons aboard, touched down in Munich. According to sources at Prague Airport, Becvar seized control of the plane as soon as the engines were started and directed the captain to fly to Munich. The hijacker was armed with a machine gun and a pistol. There were no injuries. West Germany is leading a campaign in the U.N. to level harsh penalties in hijack-related crimes. A-&A ill 0 A tt The Nav shou b ed daiye" )aztt

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Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette SUNDAY PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to the 2nd grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCalla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191, IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB will meet at the COMO Club at 7 p.m. Games are open to all base residents For more information call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. YARD SALE Two-family yard sale, 274-D Villamar, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Yard sale, 1211-B Center Bargo, tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Games, end frames, toys, tools, costumes, clothes, much more. Many new and unused items. For more information call 98171 AWH or 95439 AT. Yard sale, 11-A East Bargo, tonorrow 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, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Baby accessories, children's and women's clothing, glassware, household items and much more. Yard sale, 11-A Caravela Point, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Large assortment of baby items, maternity clothing, iron stone dishes, few antiques, toys, household items, and much more. Yard sale, 543-B Villamar, tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Women's and baby's clothes, etc. Pre-pack-out yard sale, 59-B Nob Hill, tomorrow from 9:30 to ? Canned goods, hand tools, yard tools, hardware, some furniture, children's clothing (birth to size 3), Christmas cards and many household items. Most items will be sold for 25 cents or less. Three-family pre-pack-out yard sale, 371-B Kittery Beach, tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sailboat, rug, drapes, furniture, clothing, AM/FM 8-track stereo and many other items. For information call 96206 AT. Yard sale, 11 Tierra "K", tomorrow from 10 a.m. to noon. Toys, Honda 50, bicycle, clothing, etc. GITMO MODELING ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD MEETING The Guantanamo Bay Modeling Association will hold a meeting today at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse on Marina Point. All members are urged to attend. Interested persons in the community are cordially invited. WATER sTATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,297,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,87,000 .2 ADVANCE TICKETS FOR "BLITHE SPIRIT ON SALE TOMORROW Tomorrow will be the last day for purchasing advance tickets to the Little Theatre production of "Blithe Spirit". Show time is 8 p.m., Nov. 4, 5, and 6 at Morin Center. Tickets will be on sale in front of the Navy Exchange and will be available at the door on show nights. REEF RAIDERS' DIVE SCHEDULED The Reef Raiders' Sunday club dive will be at Chapman Beach this 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. NURSERY SCHOOL TUITION IS DUE Nursery school tuition for the month of November is due no later than Tuesday. Tuition will be accepted at the nursery school office, building 329, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday and from 2-6 p.m. on Tuesday. A late fee of $1 per day will be charged after Tuesday. COMO SNACK BAR FOR AUTHORIZED PATRONS ONLY Use of the COMO snack bar is authorized only for officers, civilian equivalents and their dependents. In order to speed up service, it is requested that all authorized patrons present their ID card or guest card to the operator prior to making a purchase. Comments concerning the operation of the snack bar in particular, as well as other COMO operations, are encouraged. Comments may be made to your advisory council member, Lt(j.g.) Anderson, COMO Mess Treasurer, or Cdr. Horsch, NAVSTA Comptroller. NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR SAN JUAN AND HAITI R&R FLIGHTS Office hours for the San Juan and Haiti R&R flights will be noon to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, commencing Nov. 5. ATTENTION MOTORISTS. All motorists are advised to use extreme caution Sunday, Halloweer night. Gitmo's youngsters will be out trick or treating. Parents are encouraged to have their children back home by 10 p.m. WORKSHOP FOR PW.O.C. BAZAAR A final workshop to complete items for the P.W.0.C. Christmas bazaar will be held at 1228-A Villamar tomorrow at 9 a.m. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA Ct. Davd W.-ficer cc-ancdic off icer LCdr. tMchael Cherry.Pbli Affaire Officer JO1 Bill Bro. ..dityN2 Mke Saaft .Reported J03 By Grigg.Rporter The u-t-m Gazette is published .ccrdi.g to the rultt and reulationsfor ship acd sttionnesapr 1 outlid ei n ossaS 0P35sad cud athandieseticc othe, 5,-pciBse pblic affairs office. Pitetd five times ctcily .t gvernmen ct pnseonovenmetc eqiptent, tice opiionsor a tatemcctt Bintnewsitms thticap pear saA 'ae nt t t be cud as ofs rtit th v s of Cc tavase or the cparet octN .. Ndct c.h H~ .BCttc11 Community Bulletin Board = "'NOTICE TO BBL TOURNAMENT ENTRANTS,, The schedule is posted on the lockers facing the new lanes. Please check the schedule prior to Sunday. BROWNIE TROOP 9 TO MEET Brownie Troop 9 will meet today at 6:30 p.m. Don't forget to wear your Halloween costume. CLEAN-UP AT PHOTO CLUB STUDIO The Guantanamo Reflex Photo Club will hold a clean-up of the club studio and lab on tomorrow afternoon at 2. Refreshments will be provided. The new operating hours for'the club will be Monday, Wednesday and Thurday from 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information call Bill Tucker at 98152 AWH. HALLOWEEN BAt I AT CPO CLUB The CPO Club will host a Hallowee Balltomorrow at 9 p.m. in the Topside Lounge and Ballroom. The clib sill close to patrons without tickets at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person and icLude: open bar; hors d'oeuvres; dance contest; costume contest; door prizes; and, music by Pegasu. 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. today, 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, today 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. LU 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 informat ton. 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 inform.tion call Pet 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 coming and outgoing members. -1 Friday, October 29, 1976 PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES WILL BEGIN W 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. GIRL SCOUTS 01A1 :UND 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: Tomorrow -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. ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS SCHEDULED TO START An adult beginners swimming class is scheduled to start on Nov. 4. The classes will run for five weeks and will be held three days a week from 9-10 a.m. Evening classes can also be arranged. To register or for more information, call 97166 cr 96264. Also, anyone wishing to improve their swimming ability or learn new strokes is invited to attend. PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target today from 8 a.m. until p.m. For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal Beach areas north of Saint Nicolas Point and allof the upper bay from Caracoles to Granadillo Points will be off limits. F-r more information contact the COMNAVBASF duty off.i-er, Special Services M' i, L. c police. BRACKET DRAG ;,CING SUNDAY The Guantanamo Bay Racing Association will host bracket drag racing 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 desiring 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 stocked to accomodate children and adults, so bring the family out for a day of fun and racing at Oceanview. The G.B.R.A. will host a performance clinic tomorrow from 2:30 p.m. This time is ideal for perspective drag racing participants to make those final adjustments. ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET There will be a Deer Park Zoo Committee meeting Tuesday, at 264-A Villamar, 7:30 p.m. For more information c :11 Sharon .vis at 90270. F.R.,A. HAUNTED HOUSE TOMORROW Werewolves, vampires and ghosts will abound at the Fleet Reserve Haunted House tomorrow 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 250 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.

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Friday, October 29, 1976 To the community Dear community, I would like to express my appreciation to the many people from Gitmo who helped me after my husband's accident. It would be impossible to name each person that came and offered their time and help; but I particularly want to give special thanks to all the chiefs aboard Gitmo; the CPO Club, Staff NCO Club, the Fleet Reserve Association and to Father Brock for the services held on base; also to the many offices, Personnel, Legal, etc., that gave me their time. A special thank you to all the SRD divers and to Capt. DeCook and Cdr. Hering of SRD and the staff of the Naval Hospital. Jean Kreyssig Dear community, Your thoughtfullness and sympathy have been most helpful to us in our bereavement. The lovely flowers and cards were an expression of a pleasant memory. The family of John Landry Soviet defector returned by Iran MOSCOW (AP)--A Soviet pilot who flew a small postal plane to Iran in September was returned to the -oviet Union Monday, Moscow Radio *aid yesterday. The pilot, Lt. Valentin Ivanovich Zosimoff, 37, had requested asylum, but the request was denied. He had flown the single-engined plane to a small town in northeastern Iran Sept. 25 and asked to go to the United States. But the Iranian government decided to deny his asylum request saying it violated an air piracy agreement with the Soviet Union. Moscow Radio gave no further details, except to say that Zosimoff had "committed a criminal act" and that the plane, an Aeroflot AN-2 single engined craft, would also be returned. In Tokyo, a businessmen' s group said Soviet officials have called off a joint Japanese-Soviet economic conference. The move apparently reflected Moscow's displeasure over failure by Japan to return a Soviet Air Force pilot who defected with an advanced MIG-25 interceptor and received U.S. asylum. The Japanese have prepared detailed plans for participation in a variety of economic development projects in Siberia, which were Eareed upon in principle last summer the Soviets and Japan's deration of Economic Organizations. But federation officials said yesterday they were informed by Ivan 'Mad scientist' theory in Legionnaire's Disease (UPI)--A confidential staff report for a House subcommittee sets forth a "mad scientist" theory in Philadelphia's so-called "Legionnaire's Disease" that killed 29 persons last summer. It says the mysterious ailment may have been induced by a crazed murderer using a lethal gas concoction. But the report and its new theory quickly drew fire yesterday from a scientist cited as one of its sources, also from the National Center for Disease Control, which ran an inconclusive investigation of the ailment. The House subcommittee staff report calls investigations by the CDC and by Pennsylvania health officials "a fiasco" that followed blind leads and spoiled medical evidence. The report quotes the University of Connecticut's Dr. William Sunderman, an expert on nickel poisoning, as saying residues found in the victims suggest they could have succumbed to a gas made of dry ice and nickel carbonyl. The gas, according to the report, could have been let loose in the air ducts of the American Legion's convention center hotel in Philadelphia. Sunderman said yesterday he was "amazed" by the statement. He said his theory about the chemical'may 1e overstressed. F. Semishastnov, Soviet deputy foreign trade minister, that the joint economic conference originally scheduled to begin Nov. 25 in Tokyo would be postponed indefinitely. They said Semishastnov sent a note saying Moscow believes the presence of "good neighborly relations and a friendly atmosphere" between the two countries is a prerequisite to convening the conference. Japan rebuffed repeated Soviet demands for return of the interceptor pilot, who flew to Japan on Sept. 6 and was subsequently permitted to go to the United States. The MIG-25 was shipped back to the Soviet Union after intelligence experts spent several weeks disassembling and analyzing the aircraft. Winds and snow delay rescuers SPENCE BAY, Canada (AP)--High winds and blowing snow have delayed snowmobile-borne rescuers trying to reach 12 members of an Eskimo hunting party stranded in the Arctic off Canada's barren north coast, officials said yesterday. Four snowmobiles dragging sleighs full of supplies left the Northwest Territories outpost of Gjoa Haven on Wednesday on the 100-mile mission to reach the caribou hunting Eskimos. The hunting party's 40-foot boat, battered and wedged between ice floes, is stuck on an island in Queen Maud Gulf. The gulf is above the Arctic Circle, more than 1,200 miles due north of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Three members of the group remaining at the boat are women and eight are children, two of them less than two years old. Milk, tea, sugar and flour were dropped by airplane late Tuesday after the group was located. The rescue party first had to drive 65 miles to a dew line radar station at Gladman Point, reached by three members of the hunting party Tuesday after a two-day hike for help. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police post here reported bad radio communications late Wednesday because of high winds and storm conditions. The rescue mission is being coordinated by the RCMP here. Horace Collicutt, manager of the Dew Line station, said the weather probably had stalled the rescue party, forcing it to make camp and wait out the storm. The RCMP said winds gusting to 35 miles an hour and temperatures below zero had reduced visibility to low levels. "It's the kind of situation in which we want to get them out in the next couple of days," an RCMP spokesman said. The rescue party was expected to stop at Gladman Point and pick up the three members of the Eskimo party, who could guide the rescuers the remaining 40 miles to the isolated hunters. The Eskimos were reported in good '-ndition, with a campsite and fire alongside their ice-bound boat. Carter sees a 'new spirit' in America UNIONDALE, Long Island (AP)-Democratic presidential candidate Jimmy Carter campaigned on Long Island last night. Carter told a mostly-student crowd at Hofstra University in Uniondale that suburban families like theirs represent the country's most successful people, yet they still find themselves on unemployment lines. Carter promised that if he's elected, he'll change that. Carter also said he sees a "new spirit" and a restored national pride in America. He spoke out against government secrecy, spying on American citizens and a system of justice that "lets the big-shot crooks go free." Carter says he forsees an America where foreign policy is set by the President and not by the secretary of state. In Cleveland during the day, Carter said he can't promise a substantial tax reduction if he is elected. But he said with an improved economy and employment picture, there could be "some tax cuts." Carter said his advisors tell him that with a steady economic growth "there is going to be about $60 billion accumulated per year above and beyond what we have now." And he said "I would guess a substantial portion of that would go for a tax cut, and a substantial portion would go for implementing new programs." In St. Louis, Carter's mother, Lillian, said in an interview if Robert Dole ever becomes President she will move to South America. Mrs. Carter said Dole is responsible for "low-level" politics in the campaign. Carter's running mate, Sen. Walter Mondale, took yesterday off from campaigning. Press. Ford carried his campaign to Cleveland last night and vowed to ethnic groups that their relatives in eastern Europe are not being forgotten. The remark was an apparent attempt to make up for a comment made during the second presidential debate that the Soviet Union does not dominate eastern Europe. Ford has since admitted he erred in that statement. Ford said "America cares today as it has always cared." And he added that the "spirit of the people of eastern Europe has never been broken and will never be broken." Riding in an open car through an ethnic neighborhood of Cleveland, Ford declared "America is a symbol of freedom for people all over the world and we're going to keep it that way." The President used a stop in Cincinnati to unveil a plan to halt the spread of nuclear weapons. Ford was greeted by one of the largest crowds of his campaign as he rode in a motorcade at lunch time. He later called on all nations to join the U.S. in a cooperative effort to increase peaceful uses of nuclear energy, while cutting down on the spread of nuclear weapons. Ford said the world should continue to develop nuclear power using uranium as the fuel. But he called for an end of recycling of plutonium from spent uranium fuel. Plutonium is toxic and easily convertable in weapons. Ford said recycling plutonium should "not proceed unless there is sound reason to conclude that the world community can effectively overcome the associated risk of nuclear weapon proliferation." GOP vice presidential candidate Robert Dole didn't mention Democrats Jimmy Carter or Walter Mondale by name yesterday when he said the Democratic spending policies would lead to increases in inflation and unemployment. Dole said, "It's like trying to cure cancer with more cancer." Dole's comment, made in Denver, was an apparent response to statements by the Democratic vice presidential candidate. Mondale recently said that GOP economic policies of using unemployment to reduce inflation is like going to a doctor for a broken leg, and getting treated for cancer. Ford, Kissinger, Bunker may receive summonses ANCON, C.Z. (AP)--A civil suit filed in U.S. District Court here contends Pres. Ford, Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger and U.S. special Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker are infringing the constitutional rights of American residents of the Panama Canal Zone by negotiating a new canal treaty with Panama. The Associated Press erroneously reported earlier that District Judge Guthrie F. Crowe had issued a temporary restraining order Wednesday stopping the negotiations. Crowe took under advisement an application for the restraining order and gave Ford, Kissinger and Bunker 60 days to respond to the suit. The U.S. Marshal's Office here has set in motion the machinery for them to be served summonses in connection with the case. Ehrlichman begins Watergate sentence (AP)--Former White House aide John Ehrlichman entered an Arizona prison camp yesterday to begin serving his Watergate sentence. Once a top adviser of former Pres. Richard Nixon, Ehrlichman has begun serving a minimum sentence of 30 months before he is eligible for parole. His lawyer said he will continue to fight for reversal of Ehrlichman's two Watergate convictions in the Supreme Court. Ehrlichman becomes the highest former White House aide to go to prison for Watergate crimes. He enevictions to begin serving his sentered the Swift Trail Federal Prison tence. Camp at Saffon, Ariz., hours after The camp administrator said two federal judges in Washington Ehrlichman had said he "doesn't granted his request not to wait for want any communication except from a Supreme Court review of his conhis family and attorneys." Guantanamo Gazette Page 3

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Page 4 Anderson splits with director BALTIMORE (AP)--National Football League Players Association Pres. Dick Anderson has split publicly with association Executive Director Ed Garvey in a personal letter to player representatives of the 26 NFL teams. Anderson wrote that he believes the association will never be able to achieve an agreement with the players that would be acceptable to Garvey. He said Garvey wants too many things from the owners that they will never give up. Departing bowler leaves mark of excellence Gitmo loses one of its all-time great bowlers next week. Chuck Oeinck, here for only one year has left his mark of excellence. His high game of 257 and high series of 685 attest to his bowling ability. A sneak preview into the soon to be released 1975-76 Bowling Yearbook shows Oeinck carried the highest composite average of the year. And he holds two of the all-time top 10 league averages ever recorded in Gitmo. He is one of only a handful of bowlers to hold the top spot on Gitmo's bowling ladder in head-tohead competition. Prior to entering the Navy in 1975 he ventured into the area where dreams and reality become one, the Pro Bowlers Tour. Oeinck has the competitiveness, desire and ability to excel in any endeavor and his many friends in Gitmo wish him continued success. Guantanamo Gazette The Associated Press obtained a copy of the letter in which Anderson suggested that it be made available to all members of the Players Association if Garvey failed to honor a request. That request was to publish its contents in the "Checkoff," a Player Association publication. It is understood that Anderson's letter, dated Oct. 14, already has been posted in the locker rooms of several NFL clubs. In challenging Garvey, Anderson acknowledged there was a split in the ranks on how to deal with the owners. The challenge could lead to a power struggle in the association. But Anderson rebutted accusations that he had sold out the players to the owners while working out an agreement with Dan Rooney, president of the Pittsburgh Steelers and management's representative in the talks. Anderson said in signing the memoradum of understanding with Rooney, which was not binding on the association, he was merely trying to gain benefits for the players and to help create more jobs. Ashe reaches quarterfinals of tournament VIENNA (AP)--Arthur Ashe downed fellow American Mike Estep 6-1, 6-3 yesterday to reach the quarter-finals of the Grand Prix Tennis Tournament at Stadthalle Arena. Victor Pecci of Paraguay was the first player to reach the semifinals when he beat fourth-seeded Brian Gottfried 7-6, 2-6, 6-4. Pecci had moved into the quarter-finals by default when Onny Parun of New Zealand dropped out with an injury. Gottfried lost the first set on a 7-3 tiebreak, won the second and fought off two match points before surrendering. -~1;~i1 All ads will be run one time only. Wave uniform, size 10' 3 pairs of You must submit your ad each time size B shoes. Call 96116. you want it printed. Ads may be submitted by calling before 4 p.m or by dropping it in one of the services drop boxes. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, Will do babysitting in my home on color or national origin will not Granadillo Pt. Call 96116. be accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it Will babysit in my home for working deems necessary.,z mothers. Call 97143 AT. for sale Garrett ANO Discriminator metal detector, 6 months old, with instruction booklet, $125. Call 85468 AWH. Fedders 11,000 BTU A/C, excellent condition, $150. Call 98185 AWH. Pontoon boat, 8X18, 1975 25 HP Johnson motor, $1,400. Call 951180 AT. Honda SL70, $200. Call 95360 DWH or 95440 AWH. Patio table with umbrella, $40; infant boy's clothes, ages birth to 18 months. Call 96189 AT. Man's 10-speed bike. Call Al Gray at 85284 AWH or see at barracks 60, Tryzna Village. 1972 Honda CL100, red, $250 or best offer. Call 64391 DWH or 64551 AWH. 1974 Penton 125 MX, best offer over $500. Call 99115 AT or see at 1151 CB. General Motors child's safety seat with shoulder and waist restraining straps, excellent condition, $20; bicycle child carrier, rear mount style, excellent condition, $6. Call 951251 AT. 12 x 21 barrel boat, 1974 20 hp Chrysler engine and one 20 hp engine for parts, $700. Call 64432 DWH or 952211 AWH. ng A/C service and repair work. One day service on most. Call 98185 AWH. Couple wishing to housesit February and March. For information and references call 95351 DWH. Husband and wife would like to housesit anytime during November. References available; call 64319 DWH or 952202 AWH. Cakes baked and decorated for all occasions. Call 95492 AT. wanted Would like to buy man's bicycle. Leave message for Parmer at 85849 DWH. found Wedding band at Cooper Field #1. Call 952239 AT to identify. lost Gold wedding band at Coope. Field #1. If found call BM1 Marshall at 85898 or 85566 DWH. Small, gold Eastern Star 50-year pin. Call 951215 AT. giveaway Male Gitmo Special dog, 3 years old. Call 85468 AT. Sports standings NBA STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston N.Y. Knicks Buffalo N.Y. Nets Philadelphia Central Division Cleveland Atlanta Houston New Orleans San Antonio Washington WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver Chicago Detroit Kansas City Indiana Milwaukee Pacific Division Portland Golden State Seattle Los Angeles Phoenix NHL STANDINGS CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division N.Y. Islanders Philadelphia Atlanta N.Y. Rangers Smythe Division St. Louis Chicago Minnesota Vancouver Colorado WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division Montreal Los Angeles Pittsburgh Detroit Washington Adams Division Boston Buffalo Cleveland Toronto WHA STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION Quebec Cincinnati Birmingham Minnesota New England Indianapolis WESTERN DIVISION Winnipeg Phoenix San Diego Houston Edmonton Calgary GB 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 GB 1 1 2 2 1/2 4 1 1 1 1/2 2 T 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 T 1 3 3 1 2 0 1 2 3 w 8 4 4 3 2 2 5 5 4 4 4 2 L 1 3 7 5 4 5 3 3 3 4 3 6 Friday, October 29, 1976 Sports scores SCORES FROM LAST NIGHT NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Boston 112, Buffalo 105 Cleveland 114, New York Knicks 90 Denver 119, Milwaukee 100 Golden State 112, Portland 92 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Toronto 3, Detroit 1 New York Islanders 5, St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 0 Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 1 Vancouver 3, Cleveland 1 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Edmonton 4, Birmingham 3 (OT) Minnesota 1, Houston 1 (OT tie) Sports in brief PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP)--There's a crowd at the top after the first round of the Pensacola, Fla., Open Golf Tournament. Tied for first place with four under par 67s are Jerry McGee, John Schlee, Tommy Aaron and Bob Murphy. Five golfers are one stroke back. NEW YORK (AP)--Cincinnati Reds catcher Johnny Bench says he and some of his teammates are envious of the big money being offered baseball's free agents. Pitcher Don Gullett is the only free agent on the Reds now, but Bench says that could change next year if the club doesn't come up with more money. OAKLAND (AP)--Veteran place kicker Errol Mann has landed another job in the National Football League. He signed with the Oakland Raiders, and likely will see action in Sunday's game against Denver because rookie kicker Fred Steinfort is injured. Mann recently was cut by the Detroit Lions, then the Green Bay Packers. BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP)--The Minnesota Vikings have signed veteran offensive tackle Bart Buetow. To make room, the Vikings put running back Willie Spencer on waivers. Spencer saw no action this season. (UPI)-A couple of weeks ago, th Chicago Black Hawks barred newsmen from the club locker room following a game against the New York Islanders. The Black Hawksapparently were worried that some effort would be made to serve super star Bobby Orr with a restraining order to prevent him from playing. At the time, the Boston Bruins and Black Hawks were involved in an argument about compensation for Orr's signing with Chicago. The ban backfired, however, because yesterday NHL Pres. Clarence Campbell fined Chicago $500 for discriminating against the news media. Job Opportunities Applications should be submitted to the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing vacancy announcements posted of official bulletin boards. ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE 10-535-76 Cable Splicer, WG-10 35-024-76 Employe Development Specialist, GS-11 10-763-76 Maintenance Representative, GS-7 10-762-76 Mechanical Engineer, GS-12 10-725-76 Telephone Mechanic, WG-11 Applications will be accepted for the 10-308-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 20-015-75 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 30-037-75 Accounts Maint. Clk., GS-3 45-085-75 Store Worker, (Int.), WG-4 9A-001-75 Library Aid, (I. ,p. ,-pa SALARY CLOSING DATE COMMAND $ 6.18 ph 22 Nov. 76 PWD $17056 pa 22 llov. 76 CCPO $11523 pa 8 Nov. 76 PWD $20442 pa 8 Nov. 76 $ 6.43 ph 8 Nov. 76 PWD PWD following permanent registers: $6572 pa OPEN $7408 pa OPEN $7408 pa OPEN $4.73 ph OPEN ZL (I) r til -1 $6572 nq OPEN