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Vol. 31, No. 209 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Monday, November 1, 1976



Candidates use toughest and bluntest language of campaign

SAN FRANCISCO A P)--Democratic Throughout his 24 hours in Texas, are going to win that election, and
presidential nominee Jimmy Carter is Carter was accompanied by Lucie win it Rood."
concentrating on California and its Johnson Nugent on behalf of the Ford stumped New York in a final 45 electoral votes He told a rally Lyndon Johnson family. drive for the state's 41 electoral
in San Francisco's Ghirardelli His campaign swingdrew 20,000 votes.
Square last night that "I don't cheering Chicanos and others in the
want to lose. I don't intend to border town of McAlle and 25,000 He ignored steady rains at rallies
lose." Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. told at the Alamo in San Antonio. At in Buffalo and Rochester before
the thousands who came that electing one rally, Carter got the loudest heading downstate into Suffolk and Ford would "recycle the last eight cheers when he said the time for Nassau Counties and New York City
years into the status quo." Some racial discrimination is over. where'the weather was better. r ' LW
,pollsgiv Pres. Ford a slight edge Ford won a thinly viewed'endorse- Deacons oJ Carer's church
"in thestate. ment when he'attenided services at a
Carter also stumps the state to- Roman Catholic church in Buffalo. A cancel Sunda' serves
day before he and running mate letter from the Bishop of Buffalo,
Walter Modale invade Pres. Ford's Edward Head, was read during the
home state. The Democrats will service. It said Roman Catholics PLAINS, Ga. (AP)--The deacons of
meet today for a late rally in Flint, feel that abortion is wrong and that Jimmy Carter's Baptist church in "ich. A Detroit newspaper po11 Catholics must carry their convic- Plains, Ga. canceled yesterday's
,ow the race in the state is tions to the ballot box. service rather than admit four
oa. Ford supports a constitutional blacks into the church's membership.
he Democratic nominee yesterday amendment to permit the individual The Rev. Bruce Edward said he had
used some of his toughest campaign states to ban abortions. Carter urged the deacons to allow the
language yet. Carter said the personally opposes abortion but does "blacks, Rev. Clennon King of Albany,
American people should "fire" Ford As the election nears, Democratic not support any anti-abortion con- Ga., and three others, to attend
because ''he nasn t done a thing but vice-presidential candidate Walter stitutional amendment. the Sunday service, but they refused
let our nation drift and become Mondale is intensifying his attacks Ford rode up and across Manhattan at a meeting last Tuesday night.
divided." on Pres. Ford's handling of the along streets packed in places with Edwards said carter had worked
kt a rally of get-out-the-vote sup- economy. In Canton, Ohio yesterday, cheering New Yorkers. hard to get them to reverse its
~porterzs 'Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. He said airport news conference, Mondale Carter, saying that "You can't tell the deacons."
they were Presidents 'who would never predicted the Republicans'will lose 'what his positipnwill 'be in the Edwards said the deacons decided have let the nation drift with high tomorrow's election despite late next two days." to enforce a 1965 resolution which inflation and high unemployment, gains, just as they did in 1960. Ford's running mate, Sen. Robert bars all "niggers and civil rights Pres. Gerald Ford takes his cam- Dole, swung through the South yes- ' agitators" from the church. Later J I". .. paign to the Midwest today. Ford terday in a late effort to attract the clerk of the church said the
g sailor c luded atwo-day tour of New York conservatives to the GOP ticket. resolution actually referred to
yesterday, witha ra~llyin Dole told a Baton Rouge, La., audi- "colored people" and "Negroes" but Uniondale, Long Islad. He told ' ence that Carter's being from the the minister insisted that he gave found, alive some 10,000 persons "I happen to Squth isn't a good reason to vote the correct wording on the original believe' right nowthat, with the for him. He said, "You don't want resolution. momentuar we have going, with the 'the Carter-Mondale liberals in of- Carter told reporters yesterday SAN JUAN (AP)--Missing sailor performance, the vision, I 'think we f ice." one should be able to attend church
Robert Gainer was'found alive yes- regardless of race and that "I hope
terday afternoonn adrift in the r this will be the outcome 'of the sotheas A.S t abe se out to search for him. Mozambique in response to stepped-up sions are resumed on Wednesday, ap- His mother, Miss Lillian, said '
Se23-year-oldGainer, whohad 'rids byblack nationalist guerrillas parently because of the lack of pro- she would quit the church if it perleft New 'rk'on a solo round-the-' which left four white Rhodesians gress. ' ' ' sists in barring all blacks. Howworld cruise more than a month ago, dead,'the government said yesterday. American diplomat William ever, she labeled yesterday's inciwas reported in good condition. The guerrilla actions included an Schaufele, representing Secy. of dent'a political effort to embarrass
Gainer remained on his damaged attack Saturday~nght on a resort State Henry Kissinger, meanwhile is her son.
schooner last evening with plenty motel in Victoria Falls. Officials said to be holding secret talks with Edwards said he received King's
of food and water while Coast Guard said one white vacationer was killed delegates in an effort to step up the application for membership last personnel tried to locate a vessel and two others wounded when guerril- pace of the conference. Monday following his sermon last passing through thea that could ' las raked the motel with machinegun The main staging bases for some Sunday in which he said "There is
stop and rescue him. Failing that, fire andtossed a grenade into a 7,000 to 10,000 black guerrillas wag- room in the Christian church for all
the Coast' Guard said it would send cocktail bar. ing a four-year.-old struggle against people."
out one of its own cutters to pick The Rhodesian Security Force head- the white minority Rhodesian govern- Edwards said the deacons met.
up the sailor. quarters said in a communique issued ment are believed to be located in-' Tuesday night and decided not to acThe Coast Guard said that Gainer yesterday,' "As a result of trans-. ' side Mozambique. However, Victoria cept King's application. He said
ran into problems when the rudder border aggression across the ' Falls is located more than 300 miles they also decided not to hold serand a mast'on his 31 foot schooner Mozambique border by terrorists, from Mozambique in northweste n vices, but .kept their decision secret
was damaged. Until he was located ' security forces haye undertaken hot Rhodesia. until yesterday.
yesterday ay Gainer had not been heard pursuit operations." Intelligence officers in Salisbury Edwards said he was the only perfrom since Oct. 2. No further details of the Rhodesian reported yesterday that Mozambique son who dissented and the deacons
The Coast Guard said it was most counteroffensive were released. . appeared to be massing troops on its suggested that "If I was uncomfortlikely Ganer would be brought to ' The Geneva talks aimed at eventual 'fronteirs near the Rhodesian town of' able with this policy, I should go
Puerto Rico once he is picked up. black majority rule for Rhodesia are Umtali, only a few miles from the somewhere else."
He is not expected to arrive on the at a standstill after three days of Mozambi'ue border. He said he had made no decision on
island until tomorrow. sporadic meetings. ' whether to resign.
'' .TV8 changes schedule' The minister also said that "It seems obvious to me that this is an
attempt by the enemies of Gov. Carter
TV-S has changed its schedule for to sabotage his campaign."
tonight. At 8:04 will be the But King said the timing of it had Presidential Debate #3 followed by nothing to do with the election. He Newswatch at 9:35 and the Monday said he would return to the church
night football game at 9:45. next Sunday to again seek admittance.
,gat -eneral mess

Meal prices raised in gnrlms

In accordance with CNO msg 292358Z Sept. 76 commencing today meal prices
in the general mess will be as follows:

i�Enlisted . ..Others include �Children
ilitry ,25 surcarges ' > n, e 12 ...
Breakfast $ :.'55 ' :$ .80 $ ' 5
Lunch1.15 1�i'.40 .80
SDinneri ' 1.1h5 'L 140 .80

HALLWEN Th gossand :gob~ins 'imay have been Ou last nigh but :the.i " It ~is noted that personnel on 'Comats receive !$2.65 per day, but if they NayEcage'a Halloween look:of its own Saturday.'" Shoppers were g" purchase







Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Monday, November 1, 1976

COMO SNACK BAR FOR AUTHORIZED SLOW PITCH. SOFTBALL WILL B PATRONS ONLY DISCUSSED AT MEETING BE

Use of the COMO snack bar is auth- Interested in playing slow pitch Com untyor'.ized only for officers, civilian softball? Special 'Services is havCom n iy qui ents and ther dependents.. i ng a meeting on Thursday at 9 a.m.
In'odrt speed up service , iis in the Special Services conference requested that al authorized pat- room for any perons interested in rons present their ID card or guest the possibility or probability of l . card to the operator prior to mak- holding a recreational slow pitch uing a purchase. Comments concern- softball season from December ing the operation of the snack bar through March. All interested perin particular, as well as other sons are invited to attend. The Boa rd COMO operations, are encouraged. possibility of starting such a proS.Comments may be made to your advis- gram looks very good. If you are ory council member, Lt(j.g.) interested do not miss the meeting. SAnderson, COMO Mess Treasurer, or
Cdr. Horsch, NAVSTA Comptroller.

T metig ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION SCHEDULED TO START YACHT CLUB PARTY PLANNED TO HAVE TOURNAMENT

EXERCISE from 6 to 8 p.m. For An adult beginners swimming class The Yacht Club is having an outing The Ladies Golf Association will more information call Leonard is scheduled to start on Thursday. at Hospital Cay on Nov. 6, when the be having their yearly Handicap Gobert at 90126 AWH. The classes will run for five weeks moon is full. Barrel boats will Tournament starting Nov, 9. This
ALCOHOLICS A UONYMOUS meets to- and will be held three days a week transport everyone from 5:30-6 p.m., will be an 18 hole full handicap,
>a.-..... .m4 match-.. wL play tournament. ntryfee
night. For more information call from 9-10 am Eveniing classes can, with a late run at 6:15 p.m. Bring m pla tournament. Entry fee 85697 AT. also be arranged. To register or your own steaks and beverages. The is $3. All members are urged to
GITMO COIN CLUB meets in quonset for mo reinformation, call 97166 or club will furnish the rest. Don't participate; For more information hut 1817 behind the old elementary 96264. worry about the kids and babysitters, contact Ann Hicks at 952255 or school at 7:30 p.m. For more inf or-' Also, anyone wishing to improve 2-way communications have been ar- LoieHrnat930 mation call Reggie Tullis6, 97256, or their swimming ability or, learn ranged.' Contact Sven Eklof at, 90245LoieHrnat930 CArl Harvey, 952243.' new' strokes is invited to' attend. or Chuck Grall at 952200 for reserTI~omorrow's meetings NURSERY SCHOOL TUITION IS DUE N,R.A, TRAINING AVAILABLE Nurser school tuition for the Commissary-Exchange Anyone interested in enrolling in I month o November is d no later an N.R.A. basic small arms training
.LUB will meet at 7 p.m. For more' than tomorrow. Tuition. will be ac- program orin registering for an information call Joanne Fradsei cepted at the nursery school office, NAVY EXCHANGE/COMMI SSARY BOARD N.R.A. rifle or pistol match should ...... . building329, from 10 a.m. t :2 p.m. WILL MEET " contact Paul Allegra at 64391 DWH
a' t:' 9....l" 7 .' or '99246 AWI.
BOY' SCOUTS 2will'imeet in the Boy today 'and from 2-6 'p.m. 'tomorrow.or926AH
Scouts Hut, 6th St., Villamar 'at A late fee of $1 per day will be The Navy Exchange/Commissary Ad7:30 p am. F'or 'mo~e information charged after tomorrow. visory Board meeting will be held call Sharon Fox t 64462. tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the McCalla GITMQ BAY( BPIDGE CLUE meets at administration building.Sp ca noie
7 pm. at the-COMO Club.' Call Jim R&R information Gossey at. 85149 AWH.' The citfb is
open~ to all base residents. 'port l be plaed at the CPO NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR SAN JUAN " PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING

AND HAITI R&R FLIGHTS
MEN'; BOLN ASSOCIATION ; - Practice bombing and strafing will Office hurs for the San Juan G ASOCIATION be conducted on the Hicacal target Entrtin en Hit RR liht wllb' nonto SPONSORING TOURNAMENT from 4 to 6 p.m., tomorrow through
3 p.m.; Monday thugh Friday,' com- The local Men's Bowling Association Thursday., For your safety, the mencing F~riday. issosrn a handicap doubles and~ Conde and Hicacal Beach areas beWIDJAMMER MOVIE SCHEDULE 'singles tournament Nov. 'ZU and Z tween Saint Nicolas and Caracoles There will be a special scratch event Points,and all of the Upper Bay SHot Potato, PG M '$eical-Dental for the high' rollers. Entry' forms north of Caracoles and Granadillo
ed.,Man Friday, PG are available in the bowling alley. Points will be off limits. For furTu;TePeonition, PG" All prz oe ilb eudd thier information, contact the Speprnite seywile'be ref ed ' cial Services Marina, COMNAV�ASE CL~ES ~ it eced :t Ophies donated' '" KansasCity Bomber, PG PREPARED CHIDBIRTH alo Duty Officer or Base Police. Sat., The Silent 'Starnger, PG WILL BEGIN by th association. Sign up now, The Dal fraprentries close Saturday-,Contact Bruce
Sun., MoeDey tra, TG The prepared childbirth~ classes Johnstone, Dale Goodwin or any aswllbegin 'Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. The socition official for further in- ATTENTION TRAILER 'PARK TE EPHONE classes last six weeks and meet in formation. 'REI NT
REYTIONI the ARU room of th Naval Hospital. M4AY BE MADE FOR 'BLI THE SP IR IT For further information call Judy Hamilton at 85339 or Betty Skinner MEN S GOLF ASSOCIA Bas Poictp Resevations fpr the Little aWILL MEET TOMORROW idents to keep their 'children off Tete production. of "Blithe Spirit" at '516 the streets due to traffic in the will beaken today through Wednes- There will be a meeting of the dimly lighted area and narrow dayat 95,2250 AT. C..ubs Men's Golf Association tomorrow streets. Also, keep children away at 7 p.m. at the golf course club from the Non-U.S. Wives' Club at house, night.
EdIucation 'ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET

C NJ There wil1 be a Deer Park Zoo

TO BEG'Committee meeting tomorrow, at 264-A holds Sevent Party Congress IVillaiar '7:"30'p.m. For more in- A b n aS v n hC n r s The Caribbean Arts 'and 'Craft's 'formation call Sharon Davis at
Association is 'spnsoring a class 90270. VIENNA, Austria (AP)--Enver Hoxha, munist Party Congress in Nov. 1971, in basic jewelry usi'ag sbel'ls. Each 'one of'the'world's most durable Coin- there was also no official Chinese student 'kenven soets an CO. L WIVES MEETING SCHEDULED munist leaders, appeared certain of party delegation, but a Chine~e
coweryp re-election as delegates gathered government deligation visited tarfish earrings, The cost is $10. The 'Co. L Wies will have their 'in Tirana, Albania, yesterday for Albania .at about the same time. classes will be held on Nov. 15 and montly meeting at 1220-A illamar the tiny Balkan' country's Seventh Romania was' the only Soviet bloc
2from 7to 9 p.. For more in- tomorrow. They will have a white- Party Congress. country expected to send a delegaormaton o to register' call Peggy elea.nt e so please bring your The official buildup for the con- tion.
Edmonds at 90250 or Karen Wardlaw~ whte ieephan~ts.. For mo~re informa~- grs starting today/ made clear that 'The delegations already in Tirana a85649 AT. tion call Pat Smith at 97168. ' the '67-year-old Hoxha* remains ' 'were 'mostly Asian and South American Albania's undisputed leader despite and pro-Communist splinter groups reports ofE failing health and uncer- from Western Europe. 'France>, which U.S, NAVAL ' GUANTANAMO BA tainty over future relations with has one of the strongest Communist COOK.ING CLASSES STILL HAV. China. He has been inpower for 35 parties in Western Europe, was repOPNNSyears. "''resented by a delegation from the Al'bania, a county of 2.3 million "Marxist-Leninist Party" headed by Mama Elli-e ha~s a few openings forpepehabenCi'solaly Jcts uq.
he otenan Mxicncoigoz o in Europe and has isolated itself Albania broke with iMoscow~ in 1961
cls o uedy uht ndhrfrom much of the world. 'and withdrew from the Warsaw Pact

pastr class on~ Thu~rsday nights.&t~3b .MC~oe .D!d~ DeCook There has been~ speculation that military alliance in 1968. it, ouston learn to *uos sme Christmas Nt A nts eeted Nvthea , ed Athe Soviet Navy from the riatic

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Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Monday, November 1, 1976

College football scores from Saturday

EAST St. Lawrence 47, Rochester U. 0. Tenn.-Chatt. 28, Richmond 18 BYU 43, Arizona St. 21 Susquehanna 27, Wilkes 7 Tenn.-Martin 31, North Alabama 7 Cal-Davis 35, Humboldt St. 7 Alfred 37, Rochester Tech 15 Trinity 35, Coast Guard 0 Towson St. 21, Salisbury St. 3 Cal. Lutheran 24, USIU 14 Aibright 28, Albany St., N.Y. 7 Tufts 18, Amherst 17 Tulsa 20, Louisville 10 Claremont-Mudd 31, Occidental 24 Allegheny 31, Thiel 7 Villanova 22, Boston Coll. 3 Tuskegee 28, Florida A&M 28 Colorado 42, Oklahoma 31 Army 24, Air Force 7 Wash. & Jeff. 14, Bethany 10 Virginia Tech 24, W. Virginia 7 Colorado St. 19, Wyoming 16 Bates 36, Colby 16 Western Conn. 17, Monmouth St. 7 VMI 13, Virginia 7 E. Oregon 31, S, Oregon 22 Bowdoin 42, Wesleyan 34 W'minster, Pa. 28, Geneva 6 Virginia Union 18, Virginia St. 7 Fresno St. 35, Pacific 7 Brown 16, Harvard 14 Widener 42, Ursinus 0 Wash. & Lee 16, B'water, Va. 7 'Hawaii U. 27, Fullerton St. 7 Brockport 20, Mansfield 18 Williams 24, Union 19 ' Wabash 14, Centre 6 Idaho 6, Idaho St. 3 Carnegie-Mellon 22, Hiram 2 Yale 14, Cornell A W. Va. St. 53, Glenville 8 , Linfield 31, Whitworth 19 Clarion 24, California, Pa. 8 Montana St. 21, Montana 12 Colgate 21, B toPU 14 SOUTH ' MIDWEST Nevada-Reno 43, Chico St. 20

Curry 21, New Haven 15 rizona 42, Boise St. 7 C.W. Post 34, Amn. Int'l 16 Alabama 34, Mississippi St. 17 Alma 44, Adrian 20 Northridge 23, Hayward '10 Dartmouth 34, Columbia 14 Alcorn St. 38, Bishop 3 Albion 14, Hope 3 Pacific, Ore. 28, Whitman 23 Delaware 30, Connecticut 6 Appalachian St. 14, Citadel 13 Ashland 17, Hillsdale 16 Puget Sound 28, S. Fraser 27 Dickinson 21, W. Maryland 14 Austin Peay 21, Middle Tenn. 9 Augsburg 23, Macalester 15 Redlands 21, Laverne 17 E. Stroudsburg 23, Cortland 14 Bluefield 8, W. Va. Wesleyan 7 Augustana, S.D. 42, M'side 6 San Diego St. 27, Texas-El Paso 16 Fordham 49, G'Town, D.C. 6 Centre 12, Wabash 6 Ball St. 33, Northern Illinois 7 San Jose St. 50, Santa Clara 15 Holy Cross 33, Rhode Island 14 Clark 16, Morehouse 15 Baldwin-Wallace 24, Marietta 0 Southern Cal 20, California 6 Hudson Valley 37, Siena 0 Clemson 15, Florida St. 12 Bemidji St. 24, Moorhead St. 22 S. Colorado 22, W. New Mexico 27 Ithaca 27, Hobart 20 Davidson 27, Guilford 6 Benedictine 56, Tabor 0 Stanford 24, Oregon St. 3 Juniata 20, Delaware Valley 6 Duke 31, Georgia Tech 7 Bethel, Minn. 20, St. Olaf 0 UCLA 30, Washington 21 Maine Maritime 48, Boston St. 6 E. Carolina 24, W. Carolina 17 Bethany 25, Kansas Wesleyan 0 Utah St. 36, Weber St. 20 Maine 24, Southern Conn. 14 E. Kentucky 12, Murray St. 10 Buena Vista 50, Luther 0 Washington St. 23, Oregon 22 M6ntclair St. 14, Trenton St. 0 Eliz. City St. 14, Fville St. 12 Butler 23, Depauw 7 W. Washington 21, Cent. Wash. 15 Nichols 37, B'water, Mass. 21 Florida 24, Auburn 19 Cen. Mo. St. 16, Lincoln 0 Whittier 21, Pomona Pitzer 6 Kentucky St. 0, Delaware St. 0 Ft. Valley St. 21, Md.-ESN Shore 2 Chadron St. 37, B. Hills St. 13 Kutztown 21, Bloomsburg 20 Furman 23, William and Mary 7 C. Michigan 38, Bowling Green 28 Lafayette 17, Bucknell 7 Georgia 31, Cincinnati 17 Central 36, Simpson 7 Lehigh 56, Gettysburg 15 G'town, Ky. '26, W. Va. Tech 7 Coe 27, Grinnel . Lock Haven 51, Oswego St. 22 Hamp.-Syd. 28, Emory & Henry 6 Cornell 35, Knox 6 SCORES FROM YESTERDAY tycoming 17, Upsala 10 Howard 28, Hampton Institute 7 Canisius, N.Y. 9, Kenyon 7 Maine 24, Southern 14 Knoxville 8, Fisk 6 'Dakota Wesleyan 26, Dakota St. 22 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Mass. Maritime 10, Framingham 3 Livingstone 41, St. Paul's 20 Dubuque 14, Upper Iowa 6 Chicago 14, Minnesota 13 Middlebury 31, Hamilton 21 Lib. Baptist'27, Bowie St. 0 Elmhurst 20, North Park 0 Detroit 27, Green Bay 6 Millersville 10, Cheyney 6 Livingston 20, Nicholls St. 14 Evansville 16, St. Joseph's, Ind. 15 Miami 10, New England 3 Montclair St. 14, Trenton St. 0 Louisiana St. 45, Mississippi 0 Findlay 39, Anderson 15 New York Jets 19, Buffalo 14 'Muhlenberg 52, 'Swarthmore 10 Maryland 24, Kentucky 14 Friends, Kan. 20, McPherson 10 Cincinnati 21, Cleveland 6 New Hampshire 27, West.Chester 10 Maryville 12, Millaps 6 Graceland 31, Cent. Meth. 21 Pittsburgh 23, San Diego 0 NE 35,, Central Connecticut 20 Mars Hill 19, Catawba 15 Hanover 23, Wilmington 3 Philadelphia 10, N.Y. Giants 0 Norwich 55, Plattsburg 0' arshall 13, Akron 0 Hastings 30, Doane 14 Atlanta 23, New Orleans 20 Norfolk St. 23,'Beth.-Cookman 14 Memphis St. 14, Tulane 7 ' Illinois 31, Wisconsin 25 . Kansas City 28, Tampa Bay 19 N.Y. Tech 17, FDU-Madison 0 Miss. Valley St. 19, Prairie V. 12 Ill. Benedictine 24, Carthage 23 St. Louis 23, San Francisco 20 (OT) Penn 10, Princeton 9 ' Morehead St. 21, W. Kentucky 0 Indiana Central'28, Valparaiso 70 Oakland 19, Denver 6 Penn S1. 31, Temple 30 Moravia 40, Johns Hopkins 0 , Iowa 13,' Northwestern 10~ Dallas 20, Washington 7 Pittsburgh 23, Syracuse 13 aMorris Brown 9, Alany St. 0 Iowa St. 45, Kansas St. 14 Los Angeles 45, Seattle 6 Plymouth'St. 17, W. Conn. 7 Newberry 31,' Savannh St. 7 Iowa Wesleyan 16, St. Ambrose 0 RPI 31,'Worcester Poly Tech 6 N. Carolina 34, Wake Forest 1,4 Jamestown 69, N.D. Science 0 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Rutgers 24, Massachusets 7 North Texas St. 14, La. Tech 8 Kalamazoo 21, Olivet 7 Los Angeles 121, Detroit 101 Salem 33, Waynesburg22 Presbyterian 20, Lenoir-Rhyne 0 Kent St. 38, E. Michigan 13 Seattle 126, Atlanta 112 Shippensburg 28, Edinboro 24 Randolph-Macon 18, Madison 0 Kearney St. 16, Mo. Western 14 SlipperyRock 28, Indiana, Pa. 10 Shepherd 10, Fairmont 7 'Long Beach St. 24, Wichita St. 14 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE pringfild 16, Wagner 6 S. Carolina 27, N. Carolina St.'7 Michigan'45, Minnesota 0 ' : Detroit 6, New York Rangers 5 S.C. St.' 30 N.C. Central 13 Michigan St.' 45, Purdue 13 Chicago 5, Washington 4 SE La. 34, Mississippi Coll. 20. Michigan Tech 39, Ferris St. 7 Philadelphia 9, Minnesota North (/ 0 Midland 36, Dana 8 'Stars 1 Milton 18, Northeast ll. 9 Buffalo 4, Boston I
Minnesota-Duluth 24, St. Thomas 0
Minn.-Morris 46, Winona St. Coll. 28 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Minot St. 37, Dickinson St. 15 4irnipeg 6, San Diego 4
Mount Union 8, Denison 7 Houston 4, Edmonton'0
Al~l ads will be run one time only. Barrel -boat, 1 X21, blue anld white, Monmouth 46, Carleton 0
You must submit your ad' each time fully equip pped, 20 HP Johnson engine, Nebraska 31, Kansas' 3 JUNIOR FLAG FOOTBALL you want it printed. Ads may be ,, $1,000.' Call '90211 AT. '' NE Missouri St. 3, SE Mo., St. 3 ' Lions 14, Colts 0 submitted by calling before 4, p.m North Dakota St. 24, South Dakota 0 Dolphins 1, Red Devils 0 (OT) or by dropping it in one 'of the 1970 Karmann Ghia V.W., one owner, Notre Dame 27, Navy 21 drop boxes. Ads which discriminate excellent condition, AM radio, FM No. Michigan 30, E. Illinois 10S in bri " on th~e basis of race,K sex, creed, ,'stereo, cassette player, telephone- Northwood 40, Grand Valley 14 , Sp r s i bi coloro ioa igin will not type C.B. radio. For additional in- NW Mo. 28, Mo.-Rolla 14 COLLEGE STATION, Tex.(AP)-be accepted. The staff reserves. formation contact YN2 Lam at VC-10 Ohio St. 47, Indiana 7 Johnny Rutherford outdueled Gordon the right to re-write any ad it operations, 64376 or barracks 526>,' Otterbein 7, Ohio Wesleyan Johncock yesterday to win the champdeems necessary,; (Leeward Point), 64-306. A good buy 'Peru St.'14, Culver Stockton 7 ionship car portion of the World for today. , " ' Ripon 48, Chicago 0 ' Series of Auto Racing at Texas World S. Dakota St. '16, Northern Iowa 13 Speedway in College Station. it's for sale services > ,,S.D. Tech '27, S.D. Springfield 21 RuthWerford's first victory'since' SIU-C'dale 21, Indiana St. 2 winning the Indianapolis 500.
Morse electric sewing machine. Husband and wife would like to house- St. John's, Minn. 24, St. Thomas 0 Excellent condition, only $40. Call sit anytime during November. Refer- St. Norbert 15, Saginaw Valley 14 VIENNA (AP)-Poland'sWojtek 951247 DWE or 99190 AWH. ences available. 'Call 64319 DWH or Toledo 24, Miami, Ohio 9 Fibak yesterday upset favorite Raul 952202 AW.. Valley City 24, Maryville 0 Ramirez to win the Grand Prix Tennis W. Michigan 21, Ohio U. 10 Tournament here 6-7, 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 1967 Pontiac Firebird, 250 cu. in. '"ted Wayne St. 28, Youngstown 0 6-1. 'Fibak pocketed $10,000 for engine, standard transmission. Good a Washburn 23, Fort Hays St. 19 the victory in the singles finals running condition, $300; Sunfish Playpen or baby car bed," Call 85580 West. 'Illinois 24, Illinois St. 14 before 7,000 fans in the Vienna sailboat in good condition. Call 'AT. ' '" Wittenberg 14, Capital 0' Stadt (Sports) Hall. 64251 DWE. . William Penn 13, Wartburg 3 12X15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. Wis.-Oshkosh 18, Wis.-S'tevens Point MONTREAL (AP)-National Hockey 15 League Pres. Clarence Campbell has
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bTide, Sun, Temp. H _gh tide4:56pm ILow tide--ll :l6pm Sunkise--7:02am Su~et---B:27pm Hg----86 Low--74 The NvU'os .on-U abote-baed daity Wether Forecast Partly cloudy. Widely scattered showers. Winds SE 12 knots. Bay conditions 1-3 feet. Vol. 31, No. 209 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Monday, November 1, 1976 Candidates use toughest and bluntest language of campaign SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--Democratic presidential nominee Jimmy Carter is concentrating on California and its 45 electoral votes. He told a rally in San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square last night that "I don't want to lose. I don't intend to lose." Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. told the thousands who came that electing Ford would "recycle the last eight years into the status quo." Some polls give Pres. Ford a slight edge in the state. Carter also stumps the state today before he and running mate Walter Mondale invade Pres. Ford's home state. The Democrats will meet today for a late rally in Flint, Mich. A Detroit newspaper poll howed the race in the state is lose. The Democratic nominee yesterday used some of his toughest campaign language yet. Carter said the American people should "fire" Ford because "he nasn't done a thing but let our nation drift and become divided." At a rally of get-out-the-vote supporters in Fort Worth, Tex., Carter invoked the names of Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. He said they were Presidents who would never have let the nation drift with high inflation and high unemployment. Missing sailor found, alive SAN JUAN (AP)--Missing sailor Robert Gainer was found alive yesterday afternoon adrift in the southeast Atlantic. The U.S. Coast Guard announced in San Juan that Gainer had been located about 660 miles east of Puerto Rico by a Coast Guard aircraft that .ad been sent out to search for him. The 23-year-old Gainer, who had left New York on a solo round-theworld cruise more than a month ago, was reported in good condition. Gainer remained on his damaged schooner last evening with plenty of food and water while Coast Guard personnel tried to locate a vessel passing through the area that could stop and rescue him. Failing that, the Coast Guard said it would send out one of its own cutters to pick up the sailor. The Coast Guard said that Gainer ran into problems when the rudder and a mast on his 31 foot schooner was damaged. Until he was located yesterday Gainer had not been heard from since Oct. 2. The Coast Guard said it was most likely Gainer would be brought to Puerto Rico once he is picked up. He is not expected to arrive on the island until tomorrow. Throughout his 24 hours in Texas, Carter was accompanied by Lucie Johnson Nugent on behalf of the Lyndon Johnson family. His campaign swing drew 20,000 cheering Chicanos and others in the border town of McAllen and 25,000 at the Alamo in San Antonio. At one rally, Carter got the loudest cheers when he said the time for racial discrimination is over. As the election nears, Democratic vice-presidential candidate Walter Mondale is intensifying his attacks on Pres. Ford's handling of the economy. In Canton, Ohio yesterday, Mondale called on Ford to justify the current high rates of both inflation and unemployment. At an airport news conference, Mondale predicted the Republicans will lose tomorrow' s election despite late gains, just as they did in 1960. Pres. Gerald Ford takes his campaign to the Midwest today. Ford concluded a two-day tour of New York yesterday, with a rally in Uniondale, Long Island. He told some 10,000 persons "I happen to believe right now that, with the momentum we have going, with the performance, the vision, I think we are going to win that election, and win it good." Ford stumped New York in a final drive for the state's 41 electoral votes. He ignored steady rains at rallies in Buffalo and Rochester before heading downstate into Suffolk and Nassau Counties and New York City where the weather was better. Ford won a thinly viewed endorsement when he attended services at a Roman Catholic church in Buffalo. A letter from the Bishop of Buffalo, Edward Head, was read during the service. It said Roman Catholics feel that abortion is wrong and that Catholics must carry their convictions to the ballot box. Ford supports a constitutional amendment to permit the individual states to ban abortions. Carter personally opposes abortion but does not support any anti-abortion constitutional amendment. Ford rode up and across Manhattan along streets packed in places with cheering New Yorkers. In some of his bluntest language of the campaign, Ford attacked Carter, saying that "You can't tell what his position will be in the next two days." Ford's running mate, Sen. Robert Dole, swung through the South yesterday in a late effort to attract conservatives to the GOP ticket. Dole told a Baton Rouge, La., audience that Carter's being from the South isn't a good reason to vote for him. He said, "You don't want the Carter-Mondale liberals in off ice." Commando forces launch 'hot pursuit' SALISBURY, Rhodesia (AP)--Rhodesian commando forces have launched "hot pursuit" operations into neighboring Mozambique in response to stepped-up raids by black nationalist guerrillas which left four white Rhodesians dead, the government said yesterday. The guerrilla actions included an attack Saturdaynight on a resort motel in Victoria Falls. Officials said one white vacationer was killed and two others wounded when guerrillas raked the motel with machinegun fire and tossed a grenade into a cocktail bar. The Rhodesian Security Force headquarters said in a communique issued yesterday, "As a result of transborder aggression across the Mozambique border by terrorists, security forces have undertaken hot pursuit operations." No further details of the Rhodesian counteroffensive were released. The Geneva talks aimed at eventual black majority rule for Rhodesia are at a standstill after three days of sporadic meetings. Rhodesian sources say Prime Minister Ian Smith is expected to leave the conference after full sessions are resumed on Wednesday, apparently because of the lack of progress. American diplomat William Schaufele, representing Secy. of State Henry Kissinger, meanwhile is said to be holding secret talks with delegates in an effort to step up the pace of the conference. The main staging bases for some 7,000 to 10,000 black guerrillas waging a four-year--old struggle against the white minority Rhodesian government are believed to be located inside Mozambique. However, Victoria Falls is located more than 300 miles from Mozambique in northwestern Rhodesia. Intelligence officers in Salisbury reported yesterday that Mozambique appeared to be massing troops on its fronteirs near the Rhodesian town of Umtali, only a few miles from the Mozambique border. TV8 changes schedule TV-8 has changed its schedule for tonight. At 8:04 will be the Presidential Debate #3 followed by Newswatch at 9:35 and the Monday night football game at 9:45. Deacons of Carter's church cancel Sunday services PLAINS, Ga. (AP)--The deacons of Jimmy Carter's Baptist church in Plains, Ga. canceled yesterday's service rather than admit four blacks into the church's membership. The Rev. Bruce Edward said he had urged the deacons to allow the blacks, Rev. Clennon King of Albany, Ga., and three others, to attend the Sunday service, but they refused at a meeting last Tuesday night. Edwards said carter had worked hard to get them to reverse its whites-only membership policy and that Carter had called to say he was "deeply hurt by the action by the deacons." Edwards said the deacons decided to enforce a 1965 resolution which bars all "niggers and civil rights agitators" from the church. Later the clerk of the church said the resolution actually referred to "colored people" and "Negroes" but the minister insisted that he gave the correct wording on the original resolution. Carter told reporters yesterday one should be able to attend church regardless of race and that "I hope this will be the outcome of the problem in Plains." He said the church had admitted worshippers without discrimination in the past, and he'll seek action to see to it that the church continues to do so. His mother, Miss Lillian, said she would quit the church if it persists in barring all blacks. However, she labeled yesterday's incident a political effort to embarrass her son. Edwards said he received King's application for membership last Monday following his sermon last Sunday in which he said "There is room in the Christian church for all people." Edwards said the deacons met Tuesday night and decided not to accept King's application. He said they also decided not to hold services, but kept their decision secret until yesterday. Edwards said he was the only person who dissented and the deacons suggested that "If I was uncomfortable with this policy, I should go somewhere else." He said he had made no decision on whether to resign. The minister also said that "It seems obvious to me that this is an attempt by the enemies of Gov. Carter to sabotage his campaign." But King said the timing of it had nothing to do with the election. He said he would return to the church next Sunday to again seek admittance. Meal prices raised in general mess In accordance with CNO msg 292358Z Sept. 76 commencing today meal prices in the general mess will be as follows: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Enlisted Military $ .55 1.15 1.15 Others include 259 surcharges $ .80 1.40 1.40 Children under 12 $ .50 .80 .80 HALLOWEEN: The ghosts and goblins may have been out last night but the Navy Exchange had a Halloween look of its own Saturday. Shoppers were greeted by employes dressed in Halloween costumes. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) It is noted that personnel on ComRats receive $2.65 per day, but if they purchase all three meals at the galley it will cost them $2.85. A reminder, no one in Gitmo is required to be on ComRats. You may discontinue your ComRats and be issued a chow pass upon request.

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Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Today's meet EXERCISE from 6 to 8 more information call I Gobert at 90126 AWH. ALCOHOLICS Al'ONYMOUS night. For more inform 85697 AT. GITMO COIN CLUB meets hut 1817 behind the ol school at 7:30 p.m. F mation call Reggie Tull Carl Harvev, 952243. ings ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS SCHEDULED TO START p.m. For An adult beginners swimming class Leonard is scheduled to start on Thursday. The classes will run for five weeks meets toand will be held three days a week nation call from 9-10 a.m. Evening classes can also be arranged. To register or s in quonset for more information, call 97166 or d elementary 96264. or more inforAlso, anyone wishing to improve Lis, 97256, or their swimming ability or learn new strokes is invited to attend. Tomorrow's meetings THE SURE LOSERS WEIGHT REDUCING ,LUB will meet at 7 p.m. For more information call Joanne FrandseA at 9,51197. .BOY SCOUTS will meet in the Boy .Scouts Hut, 6th St., Villamar at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Fox 4t 64462. GITMQ BAY BPDGE CLUB meets at 7 p.m. at the:COMO Club. Call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. The clib is. open to all base residents. BING CT will be played at the CPA Club bEginning at 8p.m. Entertainment WINDJAMMER MOVIE SCHEDULE Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun., Hot Potato, P6 Man Friday, PG The Premonition, PG Lipstick, R Kansas City Bomber, PG The Silent Starnger, PG The Deadly Trap, PG Money to Burn, TV TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE FOR 'BLITHE SPIRIT' Reservations for the Little Theatre production of "Blithe Spirit" will be taken today through Wednesday at 952250 AT. Education CLASS IN SHELL JEWELRY TO BEGIN The Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association is sponsoring a class in basic jewelry using shells. Each student will make five projects including a cowery pendent set and starfish earrings. The cost is $10. Classes will be held on Nov. 15 and 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information or to register call Peggy Edmonds at 90250 or Karen Wardlaw at 85649 AT. COOKING CLASSES STILL HAVE OPENINGS Mama Ellie has a few openings for her Southern and Mexican cooking class on Tuesday nughts and her pastry class on Thursday nights. Come learn to cook some Christmas pastries. For more information call 85863 AT. -WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURE' TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,265,000; AIN 18,487,000' NURSERY SCHOOL TUITION IS DUE Nursery school tuition for the month of November is due no later than tomorrow. Tuition will be accepted at the nursery school office, building 329, from 10 a.m. t 2 p.m. today and from 2-6 p.m. tomorrow. A late fee of $1 per day will be charged after tomorrow. R&R information 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 Friday. Medical-Dental 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. Clubs ZOO COMMITTEE WILL MEET There will be a Deer Park Zoo Committee meeting tomorrow, at 264-A Villamar, 7:30 p.m. For more information call Sharon Davis at 90270. CO. L WIVES MEETING SCHEDULED The Co. L Wives will have their monthly meeting at 1220-A Villamar tomorrow. They will have a whiteelephant sale so please bring your white elephants. -For more information call Pat Smith at 97168. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA Jp. 3Jon H. M .annell Capt. Dai d W.SDem.k Cosoder Cousnding Officer Llr. 5cha.el Chery. Publi Affairs Officer Jo Bill Brome. EditN2 Mike soft.eot J03 Roy OrRigg. .porter Th ou5tasen Gazette published according to the les ad relations for hp ds action nee papers soutled in N XOs P-35 i t the d it or the Naval Base public affair. officer. Printed five thes nekaist governent e nse tge ent equipment thii. iit.s orsttemt s -5 i. i ns.~. htpp rtrp isa t to be constued as official or as refleting he sip of Co.E.Beo the Department ot. the Na. Monday, November 1, 1976 CommunityLBulletin Board 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. 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. Commissary-Exchange NAVY EXCHANGE/COMMISSARY BOARD WILL MEET The Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board meeting will be held tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the McCalla administration building. Sports MEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION SPONSORING TOURNAMENT The local Men's Bowling Association is sponsoring a handicap doubles and singles tournament Nov. ZO 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 Saturday, Contact Bruce Johnstone, Dale Goodwin or any association official for further information. MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION WILL MEET TOMORROW There will be a meeting of the Men's Golf Association tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the golf course club house. Albania holds Seventh Party Congress VIENNA, Austria (AP)--Enver Hoxha, one of the world's most durable Communist leaders, appeared certain of re-election as delegates gathered 'in Tirana, Albania, yesterday for the tiny Balkan country's Seventh Party Congress. The official buildup for the congress starting today made clear that the 67-year-old Hoxha remains Albania's undisputed leader despite reports of failing health and uncertainty over future relations with China. He has been in power for 35 years. Albania, a country of 2.3 million people, has been China's only ally in Europe and has isolated itself from much of the world. There has been speculation that the Albanian Communists expected the left-wing "Shanghai Group" to take over in China after Mao's death instead of the moderates headed by the new chairman and premier, Hua Kuo-Feng. A report of the official Albanian news agency, ATA, monitored here listed foreign delegations received by Hoxha. The list included no Chinese deligation. At the last Albanian Communist Party Congress in Nov. 1971, there was also no official Chinese party delegation, but a Chinese government deligation visited Albania at about the same time. Romania was the only Soviet bloc country expected to send a delegation. The delegations already in Tirana were mostly Asian and South American and pro-Communist splinter groups from Western Europe. France, which has one of the strongest Communist parties in Western Europe, was represented by a delegation from the "Marxist-Leninist Party" headed by Jacqt.es Jurque. Albania broke with Moscow in 1961 and withdrew from the Warsaw Pact military alliance in 1968. It ousted the Soviet Navy from the Adriatic port of Valona, where the Russians had a large base. Besides confirming Hoxha's leadership, the congress was expected to approve a new national constitution that contains a ban against basing foreign military forces in Albania. Because of the split with Moscow, Albania relies heavily on aid and technology from China which is 5,800 miles away. SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL WILL BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING Interested in playing slow pitch softball? Special Services is having a meeting on Thursday at 9 a.m. in the Special Services conference room for any persons interested in the possibility or probability of holding a recreational slow pitch softball season from December through March. All interested persons are invited to attend. The possibility of starting such a program looks very good. If you are interested do not miss the meeting. LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION TO HAVE TOURNAMENT The Ladies Golf Association will be having their yearly Handicap Tournament starting Nov. 9. This will be an 18 hole full handicap, match play tournament. Entry fee is $3. All members are urged to participate. For more information contact Ann Hicks at 952255 or Louise Herrin at 95360. N,RA, 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 DWN or 99246 AWH. Special notices PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target from 4 to 6 p.m., tomorrow through Thursday. For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal Beach areas between Saint Nicolas and Caracoles Points, and all of the Upper Bay north of Caracoles and Granadillo Points will be off limits. For further information, contact the Special Services Marina, COMNAVBASE Duty Officer or Base Police. ATTENTION TRAILER PARK RESIDENTS Base Police asks trailer park residents to keep their children off the streets due to traffic in the dimly lighted area and narrow streets. Also, keep children away from the Non-U.S. Wives' Club at night. AMMENR LT

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Monday, November 1, 1976 itmo Dialogue Dear editor, I am an E-6 with over 17 and a half years Naval service. Never before have I had my temper enraged so much as to prompt my writing a letter to the editor. But an ugly, discriminating experience happened to me last weekend after three and a half years of pleasant duty in Gitmo. I was fortunate enough to be a lucky winner at the Navy Ball of $100 plus two R&R trips. On Sunday, Oct. 24, my wife and I went to Montego Bay for a most enjoyable two days. Our enthusiasm over the trip diminished upon arriving back in Gitmo. On our arrival in Gitmo, a member of the flight crew told us that ComNavBase had waived customs inspections for all personnel E-7 and above, and civilian equivalents. I interpret this as a direct accusation that personnel E-6 and below are responsible for bringing contraband into Naval Base, Gitmo. If this is not direct discrimination, what is? Does being an E-7 or above automatically make you innocent of any such illegal acts? I would not have minded the humiliation of being frisked and having mine and my wife's luggage searched, if this instruction had applied to all aboard. DP1 Paul G. Baker NavSta Explosives go off in Canal Zone COROZAL, Panama Canal Zone (AP)-Authorities in Panama say explosives destroyed two cars and damaged five others last night at a hospital that serves the Panama Canal Zone. Police did not say who owned the cars, but they said an investigation is underway to determine if the bombing has political implications. Earlier yesterday, a time bomb explosion wrecked the car of a policeman who had filed a civil suit to block U.S.-Panamanian treaty negotiations. Police say there were no injuries from the incident. The bomb destroyed the car of William Drummond. He said he has received several threats since he began organizing Canal Zone residents who oppose State Department policy. Navy recovers Phoenix missile WASHlNGTON (AP)-The sophisticated F-14 "Tomcat" fighter is not back yet, but the Navy announced yesterday that it has recovered the supersecret Phoenix missile which went into the Atlantic when the plane fell off a carrier deck. The plane and missile fell off the carrier John F. Kennedy during NATO exercises last Sept. 14. Soviet spy vessels were in the vicinity during the accident, and it had been feared they would attempt to salvage the missile. Two recovery efforts have-failed to bring the plane to the surface. Drummond is described in court documents as legislative chairman of the Canal Zone Central Labor Union, AFL-CIO. The bomb blast came just a week after a gas-tank blast damaged three automobiles in the parking lot of the biggest Canal Co. store, but authorities said at the time they had found no evidence of criminal intent. The explosion in tne Balboa parking lot occurred hours after special Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker, leader of the State Department negotiating team, flew home after the first round of negotiations with Panamanian government representatives. Drummond's suit against Pres. Ford, Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger, and naming Bunker as well, claimed in essence that by negotiating a new Panama Canal Treaty to replace the original one signed in 1903, they were in essence depriving him without due process of law of his rights under the Fifth Amendment by turning over the jurisdiction of the 'Canal Zone from the United States to the authoritarian regime of Panama headed by BrigGen. Omar Torrijos. They were also not getting approval from the House of Representatives to negotiate the disposal to Panama of U.S. federal property, required by law. The Panama Canal Co. is owned by the U.S. federal government. U.S. District Court Judge Guthrie F. Crowe took Drummond's civil suit under advisement and gave the three 60 days to reply. U.S. District Attorney in the Canal Zone Frank Violanti said he will move to have the case dismissed. SHIP USS Fulton USCGC Northwind FGS Moelders USS Pensacola USS Tattnall USNS Mosopelea Lebanese truce limps into 10th day BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)--The commander of Arab peacekeeping forces failed yesterday in an attempt to bring together Lebanon's war leaders to begin carrying out a limping 10-day-old truce. Christian military commanders snubbed the appeal of LtGen. Mohammed Hassan Ghoneim for a round table session to discuss withdrawal of combatants, stationing of peacekeeping troops along the fronts and reopening main Lebanese roads. These operations all were scheduled to be completed within five days after the cease-fire began Oct. 21 on a decree from Arab leaders gathered at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and later endorsed bya full-scale Arab summit in Cairo. China maintains watch against Soviet attack TOKYO (AP)--China repeated yesterday its pointed reference to vigilance against a surprise Soviet attack. The official Hsinhua News Agency said a message of support to new Communist Party Chairman Hua KuoFeng from the northwest frontier province of Sinkiang declared "We will firmly bear in mind that the main danger to Sinkiang comes from Soviet modern revisionism." Sinkiang borders on the Soviet Union and also is the site of China's nuclear installations. The Chinese have referred from time to time to unspecified Soviet provocations along the border. Hua Kuo-Fen The message said Sinkiang's people would "be ready at all times to smash the subversive and disruptive activities and surprise attack by a handful of class enemies and build the northwest border area of our motherland into an impregnable stronghold against revisionism, so that the Central Committee headed by Chairman Hua Kuo-Feng can rest at ease." It didn't elaborate on class enemies, but apparently was referring to members of the "gang of four" accused of plotting a coup against Hua. The four are the widow of the late Chairman Mao Tse-Tung, Chiang Ching, Party Vice Chairman Wang Hung-Wen, Vice Premier Chang Chun-Chiao and Party Politburo member Yao Wen-Yuan. The message vowed a "fight to the finish against the Wang-ChangChiang-Yao antiparty clique." The "Lebanese Front" of Christian forces gave two main reasons for its refusal to heed the call from Ghoneim, who has headed the 2,500member Arab peace force in Lebanon since June. They were: inability to attend a meeting in the western section of Beirut, under Moslem-Palestinian control, "for security reasons."; and, Ghoneim's limited role as commander of the current. security forces. The Christians claim the overall commander named at the Arab meeting is Pres. Elias Sarkis and that he alone is qualified to discuss cease-fire applications. The two Arab summits decided to increase the peace force to 30,000 men and dispatch them to Lebanon by Thursday. Sarkis was on the telephone yesterday for the second day in a row urging Arab League Secy. Gen. Mahmoud Riad to make sure the troops get here swiftly. Without them, he is unable to force compliance with the ceasefire provisions. Christian sources said as soon as the additional forces arrive, Sarkis plans to put the truce into action with or without assent of militia and guerrilla chieftains. The arrival of the troops has been delayed by disagreement over which countries will make up the force. The more than 21,000 troops Syria already has in Lebanon are expected to form the bulk of it. Sarkis also has run into trouble from Christian refusal to allow the peacekeeping force to patrol within the Christian enclave. Leftist and Palestinian leaders insist that any patrols should be evenly distributed on both sides of the front lines dividing Lebanon into Christian and Moslem sectors. C.O., NAVCAMSLANT to visit SATCOM Capt. Robert Gradel, commanding officer of the Naval Communications Area Master Station Atlantic (NAVCAMSLANT) Norfolk, Va. will be vw6iting the SATCOM Detachment Nov. 4-9. He has accepted a request by the Greater Guantanamo Bay Chapter, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association to speak at their dinner meeting Nov. 8 in the COMO Club main dining room. Capt. uradel will speak of the various applications of telecommunications including modular automatic communications, computerized message processing and routing systems and satellite communications. A special evening has been planned for the members of the Guantanamo Bay chapter of AFCEA. All members are encouraged to invite guests. The social hour. will begin at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 7:30. Cost of the dinner and gratuity is $6. Call Tom Harvey at 85419/85143 for reservations. Remittance and reservations must be made prior to noon Friday. Remittance may be made during working hours at the Communications Department, bldg. 760. HULL NO. COMMANDING OFFICER AS 11 WAGB 282 D 186 LSD 38 DDG 19 Capt. R.M. Hughes Cdr. J.A. Wubbold Cdr. S. Hess Cdr. T.B. Rothrauff Cdr. R.G. Guilbault T-ATF 158 Capt. H.A. Pouttu DATE OF TRAINING ARRIVAL LIAISON OFFICER Oct. 24 LCdr. Houk Oct. 14 LCdr. Kreassig Oct. 25 Cdr. Hunley Oct. 28 Lt. Hicks Oct. 9 Cdr. Flory/ LCdr. Adams Oct. 4 Lt(j.g.) Mergen DATE OF DEPARTURE Nov. 5, 1976 Nov. 5, 1976 Nov. 15, 1976 Nov. 19, 1976 Nov. 5, 1976 FTG weekly ship schedule Guantanamo Gazette Page3

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Guantanamo Gazette College football scores from EAST Alfred 37, Rochester Tech 15 Albright 28, Albany St., N.Y. 7 Allegheny 31, Thiel 7 Army 24, Air Force 7 Bates 36, Colby 16 Bowdoin 42, Wesleyan 34 Brown 16, Harvard 14 Brockport 20, Mansfield 18 Carnegie-Mellon 22, Hiram 2 Clarion 24, California, Pa. 8 Colgate 21, Boston U. 14 Curry 21, New Haven 15 C.W. Post 34, Amn. Int'l 16 Dartmouth 34, Columbia 14 Delaware 30, Connecticut 6 Dickinson 21, W. Maryland 14 E. Stroudsburg 23, Cortland 14 Fordham 49, G'Town, D.C. 6 Holy Cross 33, Rhode Island 14 Hudson Valley 37, Siena 0 Ithaca 27, Hobart 20 Juniata 20, Delaware Valley 6 Maine Maritime 48, Boston St. 6 Maine 24, Southern Conn. 14 Montclair St. 14, Trenton St. 0 Nichols 37, B'water, Mass. 21 Kentucky St. 0, Delaware St. 0 Kutztown 21, Bloomsburg 20 Lafayette 17, Bucknell 7 Lehigh 56, Gettysburg 15 Lock Haven 51, Oswego St. 22 Lycoming 17, Upsala 10 Maine 24, Southern 14 Mass. Maritime 10, Framingham 3 Middlebury 31, Hamilton 21 Millersville 10, Cheyney 6 Montclair St. 14, Trenton St. 0 Muhlenberg 52, Swarthmore 10 New Hampshire 27, West Chester 10 NE 35, Central Connecticut 20 Norwich 55, Plattsburg 0 Norfolk St. 23, Beth.-Cookman 14 N.Y. Tech 17, FDU-Madison 0 Penn 10, Princeton 9 Penn S1. 31, Temple 30 Pittsburgh 23, Syracuse 13 Plymouth St. 17, W. Conn. 7 RPI 31, Worcester Poly Tech 6 Rutgers 24, Massachusetts 7 Salem 33, Waynesburg 22 Shippensburg 28, Edinboro 24 Slippery Rock 28, Indiana, Pa. 10 Springfield 16, Wagner 6 d All ads will be run one time only. You must submit your ad each time you want it printed. Ads may be submitted by calling before 4 p.m or by dropping it in one of the drop boxes. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color or national origin will not be accepted. The staff reserves the right to re-write any ad it deems necessary. for sale Morse electric sewing machine. Excellent condition, only $40. Call 951247 DWH or 99190 AWE. St. Lawrence 47, Rochester U. 0 Susquehanna 27, Wilkes 7 Trinity 35, Coast Guard 0 Tufts 18, Amherst 17 Villanova 22, Boston Coll. 3 Wash. & Jeff. 14, Bethany 10 Western Conn. 17, Monmouth St. 7 W'minster, Pa. 28, Geneva 6 Widener 42, Ursinus 0 Williams 24, Union 19 Yale 14, Cornell A SOUTH Alabama 34, Mississippi St. 17 Alcorn St. 38, Bishop 3 Appalachian St. 14, Citadel 13 Austin Peay 21, Middle Tenn. 9 Bluefield 8, W. Va. Wesleyan 7 Centre 12, Wabash 6 Clark 16, Morehouse 15 Clemson 15, Florida St. 12 Davidson 27, Guilford 6 Duke 31, Georgia Tech 7 E. Carolina 24, W. Carolina 17 E. Kentucky 12, Murray St. 10 Eliz. City St. 14, F'ville St. 12 Florida 24, Auburn 19 Ft. Valley St. 21, Md.-ESN Shore 2 Furman 23, William and Mary 7 Georgia 31, Cincinnati 17 G'town, Ky. 26, W. Va. Tech 7 Hamp.-Syd. 28, Emory & Henry 6 Howard 28, Hampton Institute 7 Knoxville 8, Fisk 6 Livingstone 41, St. Paul's 20 Lib. Baptist 27, Bowie St. 0 Livingston 20, Nicholls St. 14 Louisiana St. 45, Mississippi 0 Maryland 24, Kentucky 14 Maryville 12, Millsaps 6 Mars Hill 19, Catawba 15 Marshall 13, Akron 0 Miemphis St. 14, Tulane 7 Miss. Valley St. 19, Prairie V. 12 Morehead St. 21, W. Kentucky 0 Moravia 40, Johns Hopkins 0 Morris Brown 9, Albany St. 0 Newberry 31, Savannah St. 7 N. Carolina 34, Wake Forest 14 North Texas St. 14, La. Tech 8 Presbyterian 20, Lenoir-Rhyne 0 Randolph-Macon 18, Madison 0 Shepherd 10, Fairmont 7 S. Carolina 27, N. Carolina St. 7 S.C. St. 30, N.C. Central 13 SE La. 34, Mississippi Coll. 20 Barrel boat, 10X21, blue and white, fully equipped, 20 HP Johnson engine, $1,000. Call 90211 AT. 1970 Karmann Ghia V.W., one owner, excellent condition, AM radio, FM stereo, cassette player, telephonetype C.B. radio. For additional information contact YN2 Lam at VC-10 operations, 64376 or barracks 526 (Leeward Point), 64306. A good buy for today. services Husband and wife would like to housesit anytime during November. References available. Call 64319 DWH or 952202 AWH. 1967 Pontiac Firebird, 250 cu. in. wanted engine, standard transmission. Good running condition, $300; Sunfish sailboat in good condition. Call 64251 DWH. 1974 Kawasaki 90cc moto-cross bike, good condition, $175 or best offer; 1974 Honda mini-bike, 50cc, good running condition, $75 or best offer. Can be seen at 1191 Center Bargo. Call 95536 after 5 p.m. Long dress, light blue floral print, size 9, never worn; baby rocking horse; baby back carrier; Cox roadway set; clothing for infants and toddlers. All prices negotiable. Call 99276 AT. 17 cu. ft. Wards frost-free side by side refrigerator/freezer, $250; Sears extra firm mattress and box spring, blue brocade, excellent condition, $100; solid dark pine bed frame, complete, $200; Fisher-Price circus train, complete, $7; framed oil painting, $30; antiqued blue desk and chair, $30; 16X20 frames, $3. Call 96198. Playpen or baby car bed. Call 85580 AT. 12X15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. Piano lessons for 5-year-old. Call 85647 AT. found Wedding band at Cooper Field #1. Call 952236 AT to identify, Pair of prescription sunglasses, aviator style. Found in front of CPO Club on Sherman Avenue. Call 951268 AT. 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 DWE or 64350 AWH. Moo Moo Cow, near tanks or Marine Site pool, If found, please call 951031 DWH. Tenn.-Chatt. 28, Richm Tenn.-Martin 31, North Towson St. 21, Salisbu Tulsa 20, Louisville 1 Tuskegee 28, Florida A Virginia Tech 24, W. V VMI 13, Virginia 7 Virginia Union 18, Vir Wash. & Lee 16, B'wate Wabash 14, Centre 6 W. Va. St. 53, Glenvil MIDWEST Saturd ond 18 Alabama 7 ry St. 3 0 &M 28 irginia 7 ginia St. 7 r, Va. 7 le 8 Alma 44, Adrian 20 Albion 14, Hope 3 Ashland 17, Hillsdale 16 Augsburg 23, Macalester 15 Augustana, S.D. 42, M'side 6 Ball St. 33, Northern Illinois 7 Baldwin-Wallace 24, Marietta 0 Bemidji St. 24, Moorhead St. 22 Benedictine 56, Tabor 0 Bethel, Minn. 20, St. Olaf 0 Bethany 25, Kansas Wesleyan 0 Buena Vista 50, Luther 0 Butler 23, Depauw 7 Cen. Mo. St. 16, Lincoln 0 Chadron St. 37, B. Hills St. 13 C. Michigan 38, Bowling Green 28 Central 36, Simpson 7 Coe 27, Grinnel 0 Cornell 35, Knox 6 Canisius, N.Y. 9, Kenyon 7 Dakota Wesleyan 26, Dakota St. 22 Dubuque 14, Upper Iowa 6 Elmhurst 20, North Park 0 Evansville 16, St. Joseph's, Ind. 15 Findlay 39, Anderson 15 Friends, Kan. 20, McPherson 10 Graceland 31, Cent. Meth. 21 Hanover 23, Vilmington 3 Hastings 30, Doane 14 Illinois 31, Wisconsin 25 Ill. Benedictine 24, Carthage 23 Indiana Central 28, Valparaiso 70 Iowa 13, Northwestern 10 Iowa St. 45, Kansas St. 14 Iowa Wesleyan 16, St. Ambrose 0 Jamestown 69, N.D. Science 0 Kalamazoo 21, Olivet 7 Kent St. 38, E. Michigan 13 Kearney St. 16, Mo. Western 14 Long Beach St. 24, Wichita St. 14 Michigan 45, Minnesota 0 Michigan St. 45, Purdue 13 Michigan Tech 39, Ferris St. 7 Midland 36, Dana 8 Milton 18, Northeast Ill. 9 Minnesota-Duluth 24, St. Thomas 0 Minn.-Morris 46, Winona St. Coll. 28 Minot St. 37, Dickinson St. 15 Mount Union 8, Denison 7 Monmouth 46, Carleton 0 Nebraska 31, Kansas 3 NE Missouri St. 3, SE Mo. St. 3 North Dakota St. 24, South Dakota 0 Notre Dame 27, Navy 21 No. Michigan 30, E. Illinois 10 Northwood 40, Grand Valley 14 NW Mo. 28, Mo.-Rolla 14 Ohio St. 47, Indiana 7 Otterbein 7, Ohio Wesleyan Peru St. 14, Culver Stockton 7 Ripon 48, Chicago 0 S. Dakota St. 16, Northern Iowa 13 S.D. Tech 27, S.D. Springfield 21 SIU-C'dale 21, Indiana St. 2 St. John's, Minn. 24, St. Thomas 0 St. Norbert 15, Saginaw Valley 14 Toledo 24, Miami, Ohio 9 Valley City 24, Maryville 0 W. Michigan 21, Ohio U. 10 Wayne St. 28, Youngstown 0 Washburn 23, Fort Hays St. 19 West. Illinois 24, Illinois St. 14 Wittenberg 14, Capital 0 William Penn 13, Wartburg 3 Wis.-Oshkosh 18, Wis.-Stevens Point 15 Wooster 13, Heidelberg 7 SOUTHWEbT Ark.-Pine Bluff 23, SW Missouri 13 Arkansas 41, Rice 16 Arkansas St. 31, Lamar 0 E.New Mexico 21, E.C. Oklahoma 20 E. Texas St. 23, SW Texas St. 8 Henderson, Ark. 20, SE Okla. 0 Houston 49, TCU 21 Howard Payne 32, S. Houston 29 McMurry 10, Austin Coll. 7 New Mexico St. 16, New Mexico 7 NE Okla. 29, NW Okla. 20 Oklahoma St. 20, Missouri 19 SW La. 31, Texas-A'ton 24 Texas A&M 36, SMU 0 Texas Lutheran 35, S.F. Austin 18 Texas Tech 31, Texas 28 W. Texas 30, McNeese St. 25 WEST Arizona 38, Utah 35 Azusa 30, St. Mary's, Calif. 28 Monday, November 1, 1976 lay BYU 43, Arizona St. 21 Cal-Davis 35, Humboldt St. 7 Cal. Lutheran 24, USIU 14 Claremont-Mudd 31, Occidental 24 Colorado 42, Oklahoma 31 Colorado St. 19, Wyoming 16 E. Oregon 31, S. Oregon 22 Fresno St. 35, Pacific 7 Hawaii U. 27, Fullerton St. 7 Idaho 6, Idaho St. 3 Linfield 31, Whitworth 19 Montana St. 21, Montana 12 Nevada-Reno 43, Chico St. 20 No. Arizona 42, Boise St. 7 Northridge 23, Hayward 10 Pacific, Ore. 28, Whitman 23 Puget Sound 28, S. Fraser 27 Redlands 21, Laverne 17 San Diego St. 27, Texas-El Paso 16 San Jose St. 50, Santa Clara 15 Southern Cal 20, California 6 S. Colorado 22, W. New Mexico 27 Stanford 24, Oregon St. 3 UCLA 30, Washington 21 Utah St. 36, Weber St. 20 Washington St. 23, Oregon 22 W. Washington 21, Cent. Wash. 15 Whittier 21, Pomona Pitzer 6 Sports scores SCORES FROM YESTERDAY 4 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Chicago 14, Minnesota 13 Detroit 27, Green Bay 6 Miami 10, New England 3 New York Jets 19, Buffalo 14 Cincinnati 21, Cleveland 6 Pittsburgh 23, San Diego 0 Philadelphia 10, N.Y. Giants 0 Atlanta 23, New Orleans 20 Kansas City 28, Tampa Bay 19 St. Louis 23, San Francisco 20 (OT) Oakland 19, Denver 6 Dallas 20, Washington 7 Los Angeles 45, Seattle 6 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Los Angeles 121, Detroit 101 Seattle 126, Atlanta 112 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Detroit 6, New York Rangers 5 Chicago 5, Washington 4 Philadelphia 9, Minnesota North Stars 1 Buffalo 4, Boston 1 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Wirnipeg 6, San Diego 4 Houston 4, Edmonton 0 JUNIOR FLAG FOOTBALL Lions 14, Colts 0 Dolphins 1, Red Devils 0 (OT) Sports in brief COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (AP)-Johnny Rutherford outdueled Gordon Johncock yesterday to win the championship car portion of the World Series of Auto Racing at Texas World Speedway in College Station. It's Rutherford's first victory since winning the Indianapolis 500. VIENNA (AP)--Poland's Wojtek Fibak yesterday upset favorite Raul Ramirez to win the Grand Prix Tennis Tournament here 6-7, 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 6-1. Fibak pocketed $10,000 for the victory in the singles finals before 7,000 fans in the Vienna Stadt (Sports) Hall. MONTREAL (AP)-National Hockey League Pres. Clarence Campbell has suspended defenseman Bryan Watson of the Detroit Red Wings indefinitely because of Saturday night's fight with Keith Magnuson of the Chicago Black Hawks. Magnuson suffered a broken jaw during the third period of Chicago's 4-1 win over Detroit. (AP)--Unheralded Gary Wintz has a one-stroke lead going into today's final round of the rain-delayed Pensacola Open Golf Tournament in Florida. Wintz fired a four-underpar 67 in yesterday's third round, which had been postponed Saturday because of rain. (AP)--Guillermo Vilas of Argentina meets Italy's Adriano Panatta today in the final of an international tennis tournament in Montevideo, Uruguay. Yesterday, Panatta downed Ilie Nastase, and Vilas defeated another Romanian, Ton Tiriac. Page 4


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