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Vol. 31, No. 210 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Tuesday, November 2, 1976

Election today


Presidential candidates end campaign in Ford's home state

trust and firm, new leadership. of all places, at the teet of' a
Ford called today's election Democrat. Dole appeared at a rally> veryy crucial" and 'included endorse- in Independence, Mo.,.Harry Truman's ments from average citizens and hometown, and spoke to supporters in celebrities. Ford promised to keep front of a statue of Truman at the th ..number-one. in 'defense, and county courthouse. Dole them went
to make needed tax reforms. home to Russell, Kan., to cast his IBoth Ford and Carter finished their vote today.
last day of campaigning in Michigan. In Flint, Mich., last night Carter Ford ended a 15,000 mile campaign addressed a rally of 7,000 in a local swing in his hometown, Grand Rapids, auditorium. Carter, joined by'
where thousands turned out to hear running mate Walter Mondale, told the candidate ask his Michigan the rally, "We're going'to win to"family" to rally behind him, morrow," and threw in ~a few parting Before arriving in Grand Rapids, shots at administration economic
Ford told an airport news conference policy for good measure.
in Detroit :that he is the first person from Michigan to" be President. A dead-tiredA Mondale also had. He asked everyone in Michigan for sharp words about Ford economic
support today at the polls. The air- policies at the rally. He blamed port news conference was an emotional Ford for the nation's unemployment appeal to the people of the state. and inflation woes, and accused the However,, the general public was Republicans of' trying to exploit barred from the session. It was the nation's apathy. After the
WASHINGTON (AP)--Pres. Gerald attended by 'the news media only. Michigan rally, Mondale headed hone by politics.
Ford and Democratic rival Jimmy Ford's day included a hair-raising to Minnesota, and a elcoming re- He characterized the black ministCarter made expensive, election-eve episode at O0hio's Akron-Canton ception in Minneapolis. er, the Rev. Clennon King, as
~appeals for votes last night on na- Airport. Ford popped up through a "someone who doesn't live in the
tionwide television. The, 30-minute cut-away section of the presidential " Carter spent the final day of his community, who is a. Republican, who
'taped programs, which cost Ford and limousine to wave to the crowd. But campaign dealing with a racial in- is not a Baptist." The Rev. King Carter $300,000 apiece, were essen- then he got onto the roof and stood cidert at his hometown church in is pastor of a non-denominational tially reviews of what both candi- on top of the moving car, waving and Plains, Ga., an incident that Carter church and has run for a number of
dates have said during their cam- smiling to the crowd. ,A Secret , admits could hurt bim at th'e voting' offices as a Republican.
paigns. 'Service'agent grabbed Ford by the' booth. Carter said he will not re- Carter promised to fight to reIn his speech, Jimmy Carter called ankle and then by the belt to steady sign from the Plains Baptist Church 'move what. he called "this last
on the nation to turn from what he him.' The 'driver was told: where which Sunday turned away a black "~vestige of racial discrimination."
terms an "'absolutely terrible" Ford was, 'and the'car slowed to a minister. Carter said he will not resign from
Republican administration. He urged stop and Ford 'got back' inside. Campaigning in California and the. church, saying "I can't quit voters today to rally around a Republican vice presidential can- Michigan, Carter said the incident~ my 'lifetime of worship, habit and
Democratic ticket that stands for didate Bob Dole' ended his campaign, was motivated, at least in part, =nmitment."

Democrats expected to maintain control 'NEWS BRIEFS
PHILADELPHIA (AP)--Officials in
WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Democrats ' 'The survey showed Democratic gu- the House of Representatives, with Philadelphia have beef ed~ up security
will maintain, 'but cannot substan- bernatorial candidates were expect- four seats vacant, around the city's water supplies.
tially increase, their' already ed to win in' seven states and 'Three senators, Democrat Vance 'The action follows a taped demand for
sizable edge' when ballots are ~ Republicans' in five. The races in '' Hartke of Indiana, and Republicans $1 million. The male voice on a
counted today in 14 contests for two states currently dominated by' J. Glenn Beall of Maryland and tape found in city 'hall said 1,000
state governor. ,' the Republicans, New' fampshire and James Buckley of New York, appear~ gallons of heating oil would be
* A UPI survey showed' the 1976 gu- Washington, were too close to call. headed for defeat. Five incumbents, dumped in tha city's water supply if enatorial elections shaping up as ' 'Democrats John Tunney of California, the money was not' delivered.
W near standoff between the two ' 'Democratic governors now outnumb- Joseph Montoya of New Mexico, Frank 'MIAMI AP)--Students 'at Shenandoah

parties, it appeared unlikely that ''er' Republicans 36 to 13, with 'one 'Moss of Utah, Gale McGee of Wyoming, Junior High School ,in Miami~ have either can pickup more than one state controlled by an' Independent. and Republican Robert Stafford of some ideas to increase voter turnextra state house. Of 'the governorships up for election Vermont are locked' in races too out in' elections that would make 'this year, eigllt now belong to' close to call. 'voting more attractive, like free Mandel trial resumes Democrats and'six to Republicans. Democrats are favored to win four T-shirts, movie tickets or gasoline One safe prediction in this' un- seats now held by Republicans, for voters. Other ideas would in Maya predictable election is that the while Republicans are favored to ' make voting easier, like a voteMayan'Democrats will retain control of' pick up three held by Democrats, a mobile that would travel to each Congress today, probably by'a net gain of one for the Democrats. neighborhood. large margin. ''Eight races are rated tossups,
A UPI 50-state survey the weekend five are held by Democrats, three AP survey says election before 'the'election showed 'the mar- by Republicans.
gin could be' just 'about where it Of the 33 Senate races, 18 seats i o ls ocl
_;,Owe stands now, a 61-38 Democratic are considered "safe," 13 Democrats, i o ls ocl edge in the Senate, with one inde- four Republicans, 'and Independent pendent, and a 286-145 margin in. Harry Byrd of Virginia. WASHINGTON (AP)--A final state- 'by-state survey by the Associated
G it o t getnew r mo ies j ' Press shows the presidential electGitm to getnewe mo iestion is too close to call. In For all those who are tired of see- films to buy, the truth is that in fact, the race is so tight that ing the same old movies at the clubs many cases the only movies available nearly half the states surveyed Mandel and lyceums, there 'is now a solution are not of the highest quality. "could not be judged to be in either
BALTIMORE (AP)--The political cor- to the problem.. the Ford or Carter camp.
ruption trial of Maryland Gov. 'The local Navy Motion Picture Ex- ,'jg tocaryelcto Carter leads in :15 states for a
Marvin Mandel has resumed with change has reached an agreement with A F car eec ontotal of 210 electoral votes. Ford
William James, a former state sen- the Navy Motion Picture Distribution coverage tonigh leads in 11 states with a total of
ator and now the state treasurer,' Office in Norfolk. The distributors 'ngt91 electoral votes. Another 24
taking the witness stand. ' are rearranging one' of its circuits TV-S will be presenting full el- states are rated a toss-up, leaving
H~e's'the 11th in a parade of' state to allow Gitmo to receive new re- ection night coverage beginning at '237 electoral 'votes up' in the air.
lawmakers who have testified before~ leases first. Gitmo can hold these 6 p.m. today. ' .A total of 270 electoral votes is
'the federal court jury about race- new releases for only 21 days. This The first hour 'will include regu- needed for victory.
track legislation. ' means that each new film will be lar news of the day with Mike Cherry The AP survey is based on indeThe legislation is at the'heart shown once at' each authorized site. and Phil Galloway. Election night pendent polls'available, or on the
of the charges against the governor >The new arrangement also means the coverage will then break for regu- consensus of political" observers,
and his four co-defendants, 'Ernest base will be getting these releases lar programing until 8 p.m. 'party off icials 'and reporters coverCory Jr., Dale Hess and William and approximately two months earlier At that time Tv-S will begin un- ing the campaign. The final survey
'Haqrry Ro'dgers. ' han before.. 'interrupted coverage of national shows Carter's lead shrunk since
So fa , thei!i+++ +i test mon ha ' e ta -I oe o ea i m will + + ++ ++++++<+++++ ] +++:+++++++++] +++ ++++++ : be and state++j+ <++: +++++++. +++ elect++++:++ions with'+ Mike.. Cherry's++I++A+++]+i+I the+ prev+++ i ous+i+ poll++' last++ji+ week.+++++i< ++++++]i<++++
lished + ++ +' ++! tha Manel, his. lobbyists +++++ 'getting+]+ all++ first 'rum +++ movies.++++++ A]++ re- and + Ph+ +L +il Galwy+ as+++++ <++++ ++ ++ cohot. e 'Both++++++++++++ the+ Hari and Gallup+++:+++ Polls +++ + and is ainman n '+ e Senate cen discussion++ + has+++revealed+++that gioal'epots il find reslt find... Ford an atrwti on
Roy +: + Staen wer aciv 'in therain Euopamvi roduction is down to from.. the North..being reported' by' of each other.. 'That's..well.within
mattrs, hichdo+inatd+tb be- thepoin whee te Nay isfindng oy Giggs fro th Souh byBob theIargi forerrr, mking th
ginn n n"ofte17 ee+l i ifcl obu n s at, 'osfo-h Midwest by Crol race to close for e+ither++ pollster+ +I++++
Assmbl sess++'++ +++ion... buying'almost everyth+ig... avaiable Bene and the: Far / West by+ John<+ ' to call. +++++ +++++++ i++ :++++++ ++w+++++++++d +S+ ) ++]++++++ +++ ++++++ +++++ +++

Th goenmn cnedsMndl e-a tepesn tm. Thsispr Sc...moker.i+ ' heRoe orgniztio e leased): ++ + +++++++i+
ceve gift and++++ buines ineess t++++++icularl ttu"'f he"G rte Eecio night ++:+]+ N. < :PO P ++< +++ coer will :+ 'con-++ ++:+++ i po11++ yesterday, show+++ing Carter+]+
in +++ return for le islat+ ive +++,+ ++ + ++ ++ eff ort to + fa il movies++++++++t tinue until there is a winner in with a lead of four percentage+++++++++++5+++++++++++ ++ ++ +++:++t++++++++++++++ + ++;+ +++++++++++++++3+++ +++#+++++t++++++++++ + ++ +++++++]+++ +++ +++++;+++++p +
help the++i++!++++++<]]+++<: +k++: co-efnats olig ;++i So,++ +++++ cotrz to the popular opi-s the presidential election. So, +++++++ points. The poll has+++++ a margin of+ +++ + +++++ :+ ++ 3 ++++++ ;+i+++ 6++ +
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Page 2 Guantanamo Gze tte Tuesday, November 2, 1976


Today's meetings [ Tom rrow's meetings


THE SURE LOSERS WEIGHT REDUCING, BINGO will be played at the Staff CLUB will meet at 7 p.m. For more &CO Club beginning at 8 p.m. information call Joanne Frandsen z- '$ ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet. at,5,1F97. For more information call 95454 DWH.

BOY SCOUTS will meet in the Boy GITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB will meet Scouts Hut, 6th St.,. Villamar at Bultnat Marblehead Hall 6-8'p.m. 7:30 p.m. For more information
call Sharon Fox at 64462.'
GITHO BAY BRIDGE CLUB meets at
7 p.m. at the C~OMlO Club. Call Jim
Cossey at 85149 AWH. The club is.B ar
open t~o all' base residents.
BIN~GO will be played at the CPO
Club bdginning at 86p.m.



Clubs and Organizations TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS MEN'S BOWIN ASSOCIATION LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION
A" MAY BE MADE FOR 'BLITHE SPIRIT' SPONSORING TOURNAMENT 'TO- AVE TOURNAMENT

CARIBBEAN NAVAL LODGE MEETS Reservations for the Little The local Men's Bowling Association The Ladies Golf Associati'on will Theatre' production' of "Blithe Spirit" is sponsoring a handicap doubles and be having their yearly Handicap fraternally' invited The Crescendos will be appeag along with selected trophies donated contact Ann Hicks at 952255 or ,'i. "> ......... ' ,ri'ng: by. theiassociation., Sign ;up n yw, +
on the CPO Club patio Friday night byheascitio. ignpnow, Louise Herrin at 95360. from 9 'until 1. Breakfast will be entries close Saturday, Contact Bruce EEF AIDER NOTES serve!dfrom 1:30 p.m. until 1:30a.m. Johnstone, Dale Goodwin or any as- notices Breakfast is open to the public. ~. sociation official fiur Fur-ther in- Specialnoie This month's general membership' formation. -I
meting of heiReef Rides ill be EducationOPERAUESCLB L REDYNE JO OENNG held in the Elementar School con- RQE LBBLSRAYNXJBOEIG ference room (B-9) at 7:30 Thursday
evening. Dues may be paid bgnig ADULT.BGNESSTMN CLASS Current bills from the Raquet The Navy Exchange has an opening at 7 p.m. or at the dive begiknn S EDU NNERT SMRMNG Club may be picked up this week, for a full-time sales clerk in the shacky on SaSCHdD uLED TOrma SThe clubhouse will be open for those auto parts store. The hours are

operating hours'. Potential new men- An adult beginners swimming class~ without~ keys. from 6 'to 7 p .m. daily. 8:15 to 5:15, Monday through Thursbers must bring their certificate is scheduled to start on Thursday. If you have any further questions, day and 8 to 5 on Saturday. A cards and tank serial numbers. The classes will run for five weeks call Kathy Dunn at 85568 DWH. n knowledge of auto parts is preferon a trial basis during the month an will be held three days a week re.d. Please call 85348 for more
of Nv., the evening hours of opera- from 9-10 a.m. Evening classes can ASSISTANT SPORTS DIRECTOR information.
tion of the reef raiders air f[1 also 'be arranged. To registeror' N EEDED BY 'SPECIAL SERVICES The Exchange is also taking apbeen chan to more information, call 97166 or ' plications for persons interested
ll other times r ema thes . 962or . Special Services is looking for in working as a sales clerk on an Alo, anyone wishing to improve someone to relieve BT3 O'Banion as on call basis. Such work would CLASS I N SHELL JEWELRY their siding ability or' learn' assistant sports director. Person- entail working intermittantly as
TOBEI new strokes is~ invited to attend. nel desiing to apply must 'be E4-E6 needed. No experience is necessary and have at least onea year remaining and the Exchange will train interTh aribbean Arits and Crafts' in Gitmxxo. For further information ested parties. 'For'nore informassociation is sponsoring a clss 'COOKING CLASSES STILL HAVE contact BMC Thompson or Dennis tion call 85348. inbasic jewelry using shells. Each OPENINGS, Brtusnahan at 95449 or 951160 DWH. 'student wil1 make five projects in- l ' ' "
cluding a owery 'pendent set and Mama e has a few openings for RECREATION COMMITTEE MEETS ATTENTION TRAILER PARK st'arfish hearing. Te cost is $10.. her Southern and Mexican cookingREI NT Classes will be held on Nov. 15 and class on Tuesday nug't and her There will be a meeting of the Bs oieak rie akrs
2frm7to 9 p.m. For more 'in- pastry class on Thurday nights. Consolidated Recreation Committee Baens Polieeask theracile pakfes Come lea to cook sm Christmas Thursday at 1:30 p.m. inte 'S a identsto eep their children toSff formation, or to, reise cal Peg t: :he streets due to traffic in the:
Eonds at 90250 or Kren Wardlaw pastriea.' For moie information call Services conference room. : heddimly lighted area and n at 8649 T. 5863ATstreets. Also, keep children away
'" ': POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL NOV. 12 from the Non-U.S. Wives' Club at ___YAH LUB PRTY PLANNED 'SCHOOL NEWSi night.
el a ng tn n diO 7 pn Nov. 12 at 7-30 p.m. the Junior
The acht Club is n outinge I tuoents2natld in raes H girls will play the Senior girls in PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING
aal a game of flag football, while the
mo s full. Barrel 'boats will Sool will b' hand carrying to boys from each class will entertain Practice bombing and strafing will
aport everyone from 5:30-6 p.m., their 'homes quarter progress report the crowd . ith. some enthusiastic be conducted on the Hicacal target ith aate run at 6:15p.m. Bring cards which will be distributed cheers. from 4 to 6p.m., today through ur own steaks and beverages. The tomorrow. This annual event will take place Thursday. For your safety, the clb bwill fnish the rest.' Don't 'at Cooper Field. Baked goods and Conde and Hicacal Beach areas beworry about the kids and babyitters, ,ThisSaturday's sitting of College sodas will he available. tween Saint Nicolas an Caracoles 2-way communications have been ar- Boards (SAT or Achievemen'ts) will' Tickets for the game can be pur- Points, and all of the Upper Bay aged. Contact Sven Eklof at 90245 be held in room 3 of the High chased in front of the bank on Friday north of Caracoles and Granadillo or Chuck 1'a at '952200 for res'er- School 'building. Those who have from 11-1 and in front of the Navy Points will be off limits. For furvatiois. 'registered should report with tic- and Marine Corps Exchanges on Satur- ther information, contact the Speketsof admission and ID cards by day during normal working hours. cial Services Marina, COMNAVBASE 8Ene:30 a.'m. Leward regoistrantsDy B r anPic Ent ,ta�nm .t should 'report by 8:45. Testing. '' ' Duty OfcrrBa Police. ' time will be. aproximately 4 hours. 'PONTOON BOAT AT DEER POINT

NDJAMMER MOVIE SCHEDULE 'The DeerPoint Marina announced" NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR SAN JUAN

PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES that one of the newly acquired ponTu7 o oao GWL BEGIN 'tooin boats was put in commission office h'oulrs for the San Juan and
Wed.,'ManF'idayP' yesterday. Anyone wishig gto rent Haiti R&R flights will be noon to Thu.wil bh rmntin GTei Noepare cidbirth classes ~ the~ boat will'have to'take a writ- 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, conr.,Listck Rwil egn ov 8a~t 7 p.m. The ten exam, the questions for which' mencing Friday.
assit Bomber, PC' classes last six weeks and meet in are taken from the Gitmo Bay Outdoor
StTeSln tarnger, PG the ARU room of the Naval Hospi~tal. Sports &Wildlife Handbook. Thel
TheDedly Trp, PG KFor further information call Judy written exam must be' passed before Commissary-Exch ng
SMon o Bu Hamilton at 85339 or Betty Skinner the practical exam will be given
US.NAVAL GUNANM 'BAY ' at 951166. 'A copy of the~ handbook is available ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA REP
BASENi CUB at the Special Services Issue Desk. TO BE AT NAVY EXCHANGE Skipper Qualification tests for
Sports' 'po'xtoon boats will be given on Need a gift idea for Christmas?
Tuesdays' from 1 to 6 p.m. Pontoon Encyclopedia Britannica offers you SLWPIC SFBALWILL BE boats will be rented by reservation a military discount of' at least 25 DSCWSPITC STBL ETNdnly and reservations 'must be made per cent, and to ease your burden DI'SUSSD ATMEEINGin person. The 'cost of the boat' at CIristmastime, a special ChristCh H. inG- playin sWo pitch is $7.50 for 4 hours or $15 for 8. mas purchase offer; The 2Britannica




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Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3


US. trying to influence Smith

GENEVA (AP)--The U.S. reportedly Ehodesian-Mozambique border. I
is working behind the scenes to per- Mozambique said the fighting was a C ookin g suade Rhodes ian Prime Minister Ian continuation of clashes that started C o o kin Smith to drop his hard-line stance after Rhodesian government troops against speeding up a transfer of crossed the border this past weekpower in Rhodesia to the black maj- end.
ority.A spokesman for Smith's delegat io ~ acknowledged that Rhodesian troops
had entered Mozambique.B around the Word
they were conducting actions against
stepped-up terrorist activities out With T T. Savoia of Mozambique.
Informed sources said the
Rhodesians destroyed a camp believed
to be the base for 100 guerrillas. GOLDEN TASSIES AND PECAN FILLING Neither side gave a casualty report. i cup (2 sticks) margarine or 2 cups sifted flour The Geneva talks have been in butter
limbo since late lastweek after 2. three-ounce packages cream two short meetings in which both cheese
whites and4 blacks issued tough
statements. The formal conference Soften margarine or butter and cheese together. Whip until smooth and in Geev is in ecess, until at
ineva' isoinrr ecssuti.a creamy. Add flour in fourths, blending thoroughly after each addition. Soor ow. say that AWork with fingers into smooth blended dough. Chill one hour for easier Soure say tha Ast r Wi.Secy. handling. Shape into 1-inch balls. Press each ball into 1 3/4-inch muffin pan and shape into little crust, lining cup evenly with dough. The report comes as Britain called Schaufele met with Smith yesterday Leave 'cavity for filling. Always fill the tassies before baking them, an informal meeting of'black and and urged him to be more flexible two-thirds full.' white Rh~odesi~an leaders today in in his talks with the blacks. The Genevaato set a 1977 target date for sources say Schaufele expressed Pecan Filling:' thle power transfer. Smith said yes- fears that the guerrillas' might terday he will attend the meetings. escalate their black war against 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla or almond W Fierce fighting between Rhodesian thewhite regime, resulting in an 1 cups light brown sugar, firmly extract
troop and nationalist guerrillas all-out war that could draw in the packed 1 cup finely chopped pecans, was reported yesterday near the major powers. 2 tablespoons melted butter almonds or walnuts . teaspoon salt
Beat egg enough to mix yolk' with whites; add brown sugar gradually,

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI).-- The New Progressive Party ofgub- beating well after each addition. Add margarine or butter, Salt,
Puerto Rico's 1.7 million regester- ernatorial candidate Carlos Rmero vanilla,, and mix well. Sprinkle half of the pecans in shaped tassies; ed voters sat back yesterday to Marcelo took a two-page advertise- pour in filling; top with remaining pecans. Bake in oven 350 degrees F. watch candidates' deliver theirlast ment in island newspapers attacking for 15 to 17 minutes, or until filling is almost set. Then reduce heat lo blos at one another on the eve popular Democratic Party Goy. to 250 degrees F. and bake 10 minutes longer. Cool. Carefully remove general elections. Rafael Hefrnandez Colon and several 'frompans to rack. This makes four dozen tassies.
'of his followers 'as "All the Govern- A a oie c a e fr

500 sto e police "o duer and director, Rafaeltr ps t He'rnandez Colon," he ad read. "The BEIRUT (AP)--A major obstacle to Gemayel said yesterday he will not sa tion in Belfast most costly and scandalous Puerto ' Lebanon's12-day old truce was re- oppose the Arab peace force. His Rican government production of all moved yesterday when two Christian main ally, Camille Chamoun, agreed
time. It took four agonizing years leaders changedd their minds and de- also. BELFAST (UPIY---Abou�t 500 persons to finish, millions 'and millions of cided to allow Arab peace-keeping ' Rightist spokesmen reported leftsurrouded and stoned Andersonstown dollars and the suffering of, an en- troops to patrol'their territoy. Police 'sttmted 5,000 perons ,"the most ignoble campaign of dis- Jill seven persons and wounded. 14
joined the 1.5 mile cortege from grace and discredit in Puerto Rico's An Arab League special envoy who St. AnsChurch to the ceme teiry, on entire political history and an of-arieinBruSndyigtfo ~es arive in BirutSunday nght from awindy, drizzly afternoon. K fence without precedent to the en- Cairo said new Arab peace-keeping
Aftero the burial service about 500 tir 'uroRicancomnt.trpswlbeiarvngihn
tire~uetO oi~n ,troopS will begin arriving Within mourners went to nearby Andersonston Most experts :predict a'close race two days to bolster the 2300-man nand many of them between Hernandez Colon, an advocate "i" Arab force already in Lebanon.
O herokati.Andersonstown ,of 'omnelhstatus for the Sarkis, who will head the, joint is solidly Catholic area in west island and"Romero, a statehooder, 71Arab force, pressed the Arab League Befs.Police cant operate there due' partly to ~a late campaign surge _ drn h ekn ohse h
assu' o- .... 0......... ..... .. during the weekend to has ten-~the.
only under ritish amy protection. ' 'h b dispatch of the troops as violations
Drummi 56, dubbed the ".randmother the possible effects a resurgent ' The two leaders may have been in- marred the cease-fire, which entered of hate" by several British news- ' Puerto Rican Inependence Party fluenced my'a threat from Christian its 12th day yesterday. papers, was a former vice president could have on the electoral'outcome. Pres. Elias Sarkis that he would The joint Arab force and the of Sinn Fein, the legally operating The electoral tribunal predicted use force if necessary to put a firmness with which it is able to olitical front of the outlawed that a record number of the 1.7 peace plan into effect. act are seen as a crucial factor in provisional Irsh R~epublican Army. million registered voters would go Phalange Party leader Pierre making the cease-fire stick. Shewas slain by three gunmen to the polls today. The showing is
Tusday night as she chatted with not unusual for the island commonfllo patients in her room in Mater wealth, where voter turnout is hab- L aird does not believe reports Hospital, here s'he was undergoing itually hgher than in any state of tramnt for eye trouble. the Unitad States.
41WASHINGTON (UPI)--Former Defense years if Ford is elected.
Secy. Melvin Laird says he does not ,The New York Times Saturday said 'B he Spirit' opens Ty believe recent newspaper reports sources close to Kissinger said he which say Secy. of State Henry A. would' stay on if asked for two more Th footlights at Morin Center will is a veteran director of Gitmo's Kissinger would be willing to stay years. be lit again as the Little Theater Little Theater, with such popular ' on the job for ,a few years if Pres.
prsetsNol oward's comedy "Blithe productions as 'Dark o'f the Moon", Ford is elected.
Spirit" Thursday, Friday and Saturday "lGeorge Washington, Slept Here" 'and ~'After talking with Kissinger, Laird nights. 'Miracle Woker"' to her credit. '"said, "I think that he would 'want to Steve Brown plays author Charles retire from government. I' think 'th1e Condomine, Dianea Gottlieb is his%', decision will be'up to Secy. wife Ruth. The "spirit" is Tweet issinger and could predict that he Coleman in ta role of Elvira, probably would 'leave government for Charles' late first wife. Madame a period of' time." 'Arcati, the clairvoyant who acci- ',zIn a television interview, Laird dently recalls Elv~ira is played by; said that 'after talking with Janice Gabriel. 'Hal Cutten takes ,'Kissinger, he does not believete the part~ of Dr. Bradman and Gloria diplomat will agree to stay on a few C Sears play's Mrs. 'Bradman. Ruth
Houk rounds ouit 'the cast as Edith, '
Z th Conomin's mid.Meal prices raised in general mess
"Blithe Spirit" i~s entertainment
1000o-- the entire family.' ''t is' an In accordance 'with CNO ms'g 292358Z Sept. 76 commencing today 'meal prices








Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Ui~j!' "= iiSports standings

Baltimore Colts crush S ot tn ig
4., : ,NFL

Houson iler, 3 -14AMERICAN-~CONFERENCE Houston..i.ers,.3..14 Eastern Division W L T

T_ Baltimore 7 -
BALTIMORE (AP)-Roosevelt Leaks New England 5 3 0 and Don McCauley each ran for a pair Miew Enln 5 4 0 of touchdowns as the Baltimore Buffalo 2 6 0 Colts crushed the Houston Oilers, N.Y. Jets 2 6 0 38-14, in last night's NFL game.- Central Division Rookie Ron Lee raced 69 yards for h i, Cincinnati 6 2 0 the Colts' final touchdown and Toni iKqeT orner Houston 4 4 0 Linhart added a field goal. B Pittsburgh 4 4 0
The Colts' defense had six quar- By D. Drew.ry Cleveland 4 4 0 terback sacks and kept Houston off Western Division the scoreboard until late in the John Renner tore up the alleys 149, high series Margie Kibbey 176- Oakland 7 1 0 fourth quarter. The Oilers scored Thursday 'night. He shot games of 167-146/489 high game Kay Kaufman Denver 4 4 0 on a 53-yard Dan Pastorini-to-Ken 214-217-221 for the highest series 192. San Diego 4 4 0 Burrough pass and a two-yard run bowled so far this year, a nice 652. Gitno Ladies Scratch - high aver- Kansas City 3 5 0. by Joe Dawkins. Good bowling John. age Jo Ann Boyko 162, high series Tampa Bay 0 8 0
Baltimore's Bert Jones completed Entry forms are available at the Jo Ann Rosholt 499, high game Glenda
19 of 28 passes ,for 197 yards. desk for the men's annual doubles Wilson 1999. 'COMO Mixed - the NATIONAL CONFERENCE Lydell Mitchell ground out 136 and singles handicap tournament "Sandbaggers" Kitty and Ace Campbell, Eastern Division W L T yards in 28 carries and caught seven Nov. 20-21. Sign up now, entries Marion and Bill McGuire went wild Dalas 7 1 >of Jones'passes for 46 yards. close Nov. 6. Nov. 13 is the date with hdcp games of 707-764-842/2313. St. Louis 6 2 0 'Baltimore, now enjoying a two-game for the Saturday night mens and Bill shot 146-223-247/616 'and Kitty Washington 5 3 0 lead in the AF East' improved its womens no-tap Deer Park Charity had Ia 171-204-205/580. Ken Lewis Philadelphia 3 5 0 record to 7-1 while the Oilers fell Trophy Tournament. Trophy to entry' 212/571, Ralph Larson 548, Paul ' N.Y. Giants '0 8 0 to 4-4. ratio, at least l-in-6. Lets' all Fields 215/544 and Ellen Hutchinson Central Division help keep Deer Park open. K 220 hdcp. .Minnesota 6 1 1 Last week's results: '7-Point Iguana -John Renner 214- Detroit 4 4 0 Monday Odd Couples - Angie Brown 217-221/652, Oeinck 576, Drewry 542, Chicago 4 4 0 Sports scores 486, Pat Wood'483, Cindy Hansen 216/ Addison 538, Crawford 538, Moritz Green Bay 3 5 562 hdcp,' Bill Frede 560, Dave 534,. Snyder 212/533, Garcia 526.' Western Division Miller 202/542, 230/626 hdcp and Friday Comm -Don Best 1821499, 225/ Los Angeles 6~ 1 1 W Perry Owens 235/615 hdcp. Ladies 628 hdcp, Moe Moritz 203/542, Cindy San Francisco 6 2 0 SCORES FROM YESTERDAY 'COMO"- Carroll Price 198/527,. 230/ Cleveland 158, 223'hdcp, John Garcia' 'New Orleans 2 6 0 623 hdcp, Arlene Yandell 201/501~ 186/509, IDale Renninger 204/537 and Atlanta 2 6 0 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE and Marion McGuire 197/498. Beverly Morris 160/484, 207t/625 hdcp. Seattle 1 7 0 Baltimore'38, Houston 14 'Wednesday Leftovers - Dan Murray 202-221/591 and Art Borland 501. Friday Classics - Bruce
NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION It's about time Art. Hospital Johnstone'226/570, Jim Kayser 202, NBA Cleveland 82, New York Nets 75 Mixups - high average Ray DuFresne Dan M'urray 205/500, Tikkio Neyra Kansas City 105,' New York Knicks 101, 180 and Barb Kelly 155, Ray 202. 'Saturday Juniors - patches EASTERN CONFERENCE
DuFresne 533, Jerry Kelly 533, Dave to Todd Christensen 200/575, Carl Atlantic Division W L GB
NAINLHCKYLAU ozart 525, Barb Kelly 505', Nanicy Bascara 200 and "I was robbed" for Boston 4 - -Montreal 3, Buffalo 2 Lada 501,. Darlene Pike 617~ hdcp and 3 splits in a row.' Philadelphia 3 2 1 1/2 Torontt 6, Cleveland 3 Sandy Ness 616 hdcp. ' Weekly highs - Mike Fox 203/454, N.Y. Knicks 3 3 2 N.Y. Islanders 3, Vancouver 2 Wednesday Late - John Renner 202, Tracy Feeback 183/377, Scott King Buffalo ' 2< 3 2 1/2
'CEY.. ANPaul Baker 527, Jim Forrester 517, 168/491, Kevin Karcher 179/450, ' N.Y. Nets 2 5 3 1/2 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 607 hdcp, Jean Lamica 161, 213' hdcp, Jeff Finister 176/489, Anne Kania Central Division No games scheduled Lydi'n For'rester 559 hdcp. ThursdIay 168/386,- Teresa Martin 152/416, Cleveland '6 0 -Freetimers - high average Lou Wilmot Cheryl Hutchinson 148/372 and H.ouston 3 1 2 Valerie Good 155/427. Saturday New Orleans 3 2 2 1/2 Bantams - Robby'Good176/310, Mark Atlanta 2 4 4
Rosholt 151/295, Migul Ellis' 130/ San Antonio 2 4 4
i235, Kaen McGuire 111/208, Lee Ann Washington 1 4 4 1/2 Bailey 114/294~ hdcp Good bowling
~ ~ '~ ' ' ~'Gitmo. 'WESTERN CONFERENCE All ads ill be run onetime ' Sfa.nd....irsly.redrug, Midwest Division onlyn. cars rdrus Denver 4 0
You mst sumit yor ad 'each time 9x15 ,& 0�1' Call 85152 T.'' Indiana 3 3 2 you watit printed. Ads~ may be '' Kansas City 3 3" 2 ubmitted by calling before 4 p.m Infant's ssing tabl, bed attach-a oby' dropping it in one of the ment fo~r automatic baby awig, Sp rt DetrefChcao 2 4 3 / drop boxes. Ads which discriminate mattress for a baby crib 'or bassinet Meiue 1 5 4 on the basis of race, sex, creed, that 'as never been 'used, umbrella Pacific Division color or national origin will not stroller, 2-boy's' winter coats sizes Portland 3 1, W. be accepted. The staff reserves 3 & 4 a an assortment of jackets. (UPI)--Michigan tops the UPI Seattle 3 2 1/2 the right to re-write any ad it Call 98235 AT 'College Football Poll for the seven- ' en 'Stt ' 2 2 1 deems' necessary . th straight week. But such power- Gos Adn es 3 3 '1 1 1974 Honda CB-360G, low milage, ex- houses as Oklahoma, Texas and L An cellent condition, $900 negotiable. Missouri are no where.to be found Ph 1 4.2.1/ ... . Helmet and some spare parts included. in the top 20 after suffering. loses NHL Call 9920>5 AT. Saturday. Pitt is second, followed by UCLA, Southern Cal and Texas~ CAMPBELL CONFERENCE
Tech. Maryland is sixth, then comes Patrick Division W L T
2 end tables and 1 coffee table, wanted ' Ohio State, Georgia, Nebraska and NY. Islanders 8 2 2 baby safety gate, infant's car Florida. ,Philadelphia 7 3 2
excellent condition. Call 12x15 gold carpet. 'Also need some- '~Atlanta 5 6 2 96206 AT. one to give'p'iano lessons to a (UPI)--New York Jets 'coach Lou. N.Y. Rangers 5 7 1 5-year-old. Call 85647 AT. Holtz says Joe Namath will be back Smythe Division Zenith console s tereo, Mediterranean' at quarterback this~ coming weekend Chicago 7 5 1 ~style, AM/M radio, turntable, Wooden rocking chair in good con- against the Miami Dolphins if he's St. Louis 7 5 0 $125; 1'2 cui. ft. refrigerator, $80; dition, A/C, 20,000 BTU in good healthy, although rookie Richard''~ Minnesota 4 7 1 portable, electric 12-speed mixer, condition, baby car seat in good Todd guided the team to a 19-14 Vancouver 4 8 1 $5; frosted ash blond wig with condition. Call 97177 AT. victory over Buffalo Sunday. Namath Colorado 3 8 1 stand, $a3; 2xl round swimming sat out the Bills' game with a bat00ol $5. CJall 95362 AT. Two A/Cs at least 15,000 BTUJ each tered leg.~ WALES CONFERENCE and two' A/Cs at least 8,000 BTU each. 'Norris Division' W L T Call 85600 DWH or the BOQ, room G-35 (UBI)--NFL owners and players have 'Montreal 10 3 1 3'outdoor flower pots, $2 ea.; AH. Ask for' Capt. Mayer. agreed to resume negotiations in Los Angeles 7 3 3 naugahide livingroom chair, whit, hopes of ending their lengthy labor Pittsburgh~ 2 6 4 $20; 'toyboxlbookshelf combination, 'dispute by the close of the season. Detroit 3 7 1
5; 3-Haiti bar stools, $10 ea.; services Pro Football Commissioner Pete Washington 2 6 2 st tof golf clubs withbag, bag- Rozelle says he is "hopeful" after Adams Division a nd ball, $5 Haiti9x12' House and'stove cleaning on week- a three-hour meeting between leaders Boston' '' 9 3 0 grass rug, never used, $22. Ca'll ends. Call'Burke at 85734 or for the two sides. Union officials Buffalo 5 5 1 85303 DWH, or 97180 AWH. 85231 DWH. are bouyed by recent court decisions Toronto ~ 4 5 3 ~ against the so-called Rozelle Rule. Cleveland 3 6 '2' '1969 Chevy Mlbu, 2-dr HT, excel- Babysitting in my home on GC week- and the league's college draft lent condition,~ new battery, re- days. Call 96123 AT. system. WHA built engine, excellent tires, AT,
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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast fi~g ,t~tS43pmPartly cloudy. Lo d.g l:5p Widely scattered Lowvtde--7:5p03a IJshowers. Winds Sunmet---6:26pm I4J 2 t conditions 2-3 High ---85 -W) feet. LOW---71 TeNavy's onegho'tfbaed dat2 Vol. 31, No. 210 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Election today Presidential candidates end campaign in Fo trust and firm, new leadership. of all places, at the teat of a Ford called today's election Democrat. Dole appeared at a rally "very crucial" and included endorsein Independence, No., Marry Truman's ments from average citizens and hometown, and spoke to supporters in celebrities. Ford promised to keep front of a statue of Truman at the the U.S. number-one in defense, and county courthouse. Dole then went to make needed tax reforms. home to Russell, Ran., to cast his Both Ford and Carter finished their vote today. last day of campaigning in Michigan. In Flint, Mich., last night Carter Ford ended a 15,000 mile campaign addressed a rally of 7,000 in a local swing in his hometown, Grand Rapids, auditorium. Carter, joined by where thousands turned out to hear running mate Walter Mondale, told the candidate ask his Michigan the rally, "We're going to win to"family" to rally behind him. morrow," and threw in a few parting Before arriving in Grand Rapids, shots at administration economic Ford told an airport news conference policy for good measure. WASHINGTON (AP)--Pres. Gerald Ford and Democratic rival Jimmy Carter made expensive, election-eve appeals for votes last night on nationwide television. The 30-minute taped programs, which cost Ford and Carter $300,000 apiece, were essentially reviews of what both candidates have said during their campaigns. In his speech, Jimmy Carter called on the nation to turn from what he terms an "absolutely terrible" Republican administration. He urged voters today to rally around a Democratic ticket that stands for in Detroit that he is the first person from Michigan to be President. He asked everyone in Michigan for support today at the polls. The airport news conference was an emotional appeal to the people of the state. However, the general public was barred from the session. It was attended by the news media only. Ford's day included a hair-raising episode at Ohio's Akron-Canton Airport. Ford popped up through a cut-away section of the presidential limousine to wave to the crowd. But then he got onto the roof and stood on top of the moving car, waving and smiling to the crowd. A Secret Service agent grabbed Ford by the ankle and then by the belt to steady him. The driver was told where Ford was, and the car slowed to a stop and Ford got back inside. Republican vice presidential candidate Bob Dole ended his campaign, A dead-tirea Mondale also had sharp words about Ford economic policies at the rally. He blamed Ford for the nation's unemployment and inflation woes, and accused the Republicans of trying to exploit the nation's apathy. After the Michigan rally, Mondale headed home to Minnesota, and a welcoming reception in Minneapolis. Carter spent the final day of his campaign dealing with a racial incidert at his hometown church in Plains, Ga., an incident that Carter admits could hurt him at the voting booth. Carter said he will not resign from the Plains Baptist Church which Sunday turned away a black minister. Campaigning in California and Michigan, Carter said the incident was motivated, at least in part, Democrats expected to maintain control WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Democrats will maintain, but cannot substantially increase, their already sizable edge when ballots are counted today in 14 contests for state governor. A UPI survey showed the 1976 guernatorial elections shaping up as a near standoff between the two parties, it appeared unlikely that either can pick up more than one extra state house. Mandel trial resumes in Maryland BALTIMORE (AP)--The political corruption trial of Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel has resumed with William James, a former state senator and now the state treasurer, taking the witness stand. He's the 11th in a parade of state lawmakers who have testified before the federal court jury about racetrack legislation. The legislation is at the heart of the charges against the governor and his four co-defendants, Ernest Cory Jr., Dale Hess and William and Harry Rodgers. So far, the testimony has established that Mandel, his lobbyists and his main man in the Senate, Roy Staten, were active in the racingmatters, which dominated the beginning and end of the 1972 General Assembly session. The government contends Mandel received gifts and business interests, in return for legislative efforts to help the co-defendants' holdings in Marlboro Race Track. The survey showed Democratic gubernatorial candidates were expected to win in seven states and Republicans in five. The races in two states currently dominated by the Republicans, New flampshire and Washington, were too close to call. the House of Representat four seats vacant. Three senators, Democr Hartke of Indiana, and R J. Glenn Beall of Maryla James Buckley of New Yor headed for defeat. Five Democrats John Tunney of Democratic governors now outnumbJoseph Montoya of Mew Me er Republicans 36 to 13, with one 'Moss of Utah, Gale McGee state controlled by an Independent. and Republican Robert St Of the governorships up for election Vermont are locked in ra this year, eigNt now belong to close to call. Democrats and six to Republicans. Democrats are favored One safe prediction in this unseats now held by Republ predictable election is that the while Republicans are fa Democrats will retain control of pick up three held by De Congress today, probably by a net gain of one for the large margin. Eight races are rated A UPI 50-state survey the weekend five are held by Democra before the election showed the marby Republicans. gin could be just about where it Of the 33 Senate races stands now, a 61-38 Democratic are considered "safe," 1 edge in the Senate, with one indefour Republicans, and In pendant, and a 286-145 margin in Marry Byrd of Virginia. Gitmo to get newer movies For all those who are tired of seeing the same old movies at the clubs and lyceums, there is now a solution to the problem. The local Navy Motion Picture Exchange has reached an agreement with the Navy Motion Picture Distribution Office in Norfolk. The distributors are rearranging one of its circuits to allow Gitmo to receive new releases first. Gitmo can hold these new releases for only 21 days. This means that each new film will be shown once at each authorized site. The new arrangement also means the base will be getting these releases approximately two months earlier than before. It does not mean Gitmo will be getting all first run movies. A recent discussion has revealed that European movie production is down to the point where the Navy is finding it difficult to buy and is, in fact, buying almost everything available at the present time. This is particularly true of the "G" rated family movies. So, contrary to the popular opinion that the Navy looks for poor ives, with 'at Vance epublicans and and rk, appear incumbents, California, xico, Frank e of Wyoming, afford of ces too to win four icans, vored to mocrats, a Democrats. tossups, ts, three 18 seats 3 Democrats, dependent films to buy, the truth is that in many cases the only movies available are not of the highest quality. TV8 to carry election coverage tonight TV-8 will be presenting full election night coverage beginning at 6 p.m. today. The first hour will include regular news of the day with Mike Cherry and Phil Galloway. Election night coverage will then break for regular programing until 8 p.m. At that time TV-8 will begin uninterrupted coverage of national and state elections with Mike Cherry and Phil Galloway as co-hosts. Regional reports will find results from the North being reported by Roy Griggs, from the South by Bob House, from the Midwest by Carol Benes and the Far West by John Schmoker. Election night coverage will continue until there is a winner in the presidential election. So, watch TV-8's election night tonight. rd's home state by politics. He characterized the black minister, the Rev. Clennon King, as "someone who doesn't live in the community, who is a Republican, who is not a Baptist." The Rev. King is pastor of a non-denominational church and has run for a number of offices as a Republican. Carter promised to fight to remove what he called "this last vestige of racial discrimination." Carter said he will not resign from the church, saying "I can't quit my lifetime of worship, habit and commitment." NEWS BRIEFS PHILADELPHIA (AP)--Officials in Philadelphia have beefed up security around the city's water supplies. The action follows a taped demand for $1 million. The male voice on a tape found in city hall said 1,000 gallons of heating oil would be dumped in the city's water supply if the money was not delivered. MIAMI (AP)--Students at Shenandoah Junior High School in Miami have some ideas to increase voter turnout in elections that would make voting more attractive, like free T-shirts, movie tickets or gasoline for voters. Other ideas would make voting easier, like a votemobile that would travel to each neighborhood. AP survey says election is too close to call WASHINGTON (AP)--A final stateby-state survey by the Associated Press shows the presidential election is too close to call. In fact, the race is so tight that nearly half the states surveyed could not be judged to be in either the Ford or Carter camp. Carter leads in 15 states for a total of 210 electoral votes. Ford leads in 11 states with a total of 91 electoral votes. Another 24 states are rated a toss-up, leaving 237 electoral votes up in the air. A total of 270 electoral votes is needed for victory. The AP survey is based on independent polls available, or on the consensus of political observers, party officials and reporters covering the campaign. The final survey shows Carter's lead shrunk since the previous poll last week. Both the Harris and Gallup Polls find Ford and Carter within a point of each other. That's well within the margin for error, making the race too close for either pollster to call. The Roper organization released its poll yesterday, showing Carter with a lead of four percentage points. The poll has a margin of error of three percentage points.

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Guantanamo Gazette Today's meetings THE SURE LOSERS WEIGHT REDUCING CLUB will meet at 7 p.m. For more information call Joanne Frandsen 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 at 64462. GITMO BAY BRIDGE CLUB meets at 7 p.m. at the COMO Club. Call Jim Cossey at 85149 AWH. The club is open to all base residents. BIlNGO will be played at the CPO Club beginning at 8p.m. Page 2 Clubs and Organizations CARIBBEAN NAVAL LODGE MEETS There will be a stated communication of the Caribbean Naval Lodge held in Masonic Apt. in building #800 at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. All Master Masons are cordially and fraternally invited REEF RAIDER NOTES This month's general membership meeting of the Reef Raiders will be held in the Elementary School conference room (B-9) at 7:30 Thursday evening. Dues may be paid beginning at 7 p.m. or at the dive shack on Friday or Saturday during normal operating hours. Potential new members must bring their certificate cards and tank serial numbers. On a trial basis during the month of Nov., the evening hours of operation of the reef raiders air fill statioh has been changed to 6-7. All other times remain the same. 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. 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. Entertainment WINDJAMMER MOVIE SCHEDULE Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun., Hot Potato, PG Man Friday, PG The Premonition, PG Lipstick, R Kansas City Bomber, PG The Silent Starnger, PG The Deadly Trap, PG Money to Burn, TV U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASF CUBA NaalB B.-1Sato Command~rCmmandingBoffie LdMcd aelCerry. pblic ffUBB. office J0l Bill s, .EIB BBS BiAe Seat. Rpre J03 Roy Griggs.Reot rule-9 Bud regulations for .hip andstain nwsapr as otlined in NEVEXOS P-35 Bu nder th diectio 4 athe Nalal Bse public affairs officer. Pinted Uive timBs vBekly ietgVe5~ona t epensongvermen equi ,en ,thopUions 0orIstatemens 0.itms fappear 'h,,, at.mot0,1to be .n0d .official or so ,,Ulaetft ft sA.,, of CmBmBas or Oth, annP.te,' .t E: l. TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS MEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION MAY BE MADE FOR 'BLITHE SPIRIT' SPONSORING TOURNAMENT Reservations for the Little Theatre production of "Blithe Spirit" will be taken today and tomorrow at 952250 AT. CRESCENDOS ON CPO PATIO The Crescendos will be appearing on the CPO Club patio Friday night from 9 until 1. Breakfast will be served from 11:30 p.m. until 1:30a.m. Breakfast is open to the public. Education ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS SCHEDULED TO START An adult beginners swimming class is scheduled to start on Thursday. 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 or 96264. Also, anyone wishing to improve their swimming ability or learn new strokes is invited to attend. 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. SCHOOL NEWS Students enrolled in grades 7 through 12 at W. T. Sampson High School will be hand carrying to their homes, quarter progress report cards which will be distributed tomorrow. This Saturday's sitting of College Boards (SAT or Achievements) will be held in room 3 of the High School building. Those who have registered should report with tickets of admission and ID cards by 8:30 a.m. Leeward registrants should report by 8:45. Testing time will be approximately 4 hours. 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. Sports 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. The local Men's Bowling Association is sponsoring a handicap doubles and singles tournament Nov. ZU and 21 There will be a special scratch event for the high rollers. Entry forms are available in the bowling alley. All prize money will be refunded along with selected trophies donated by the association. Sign up now, entries close Saturday. Contact Bruce Johnstone, Dale Goodwin or any association official fu. fu-ther information. RAQUET CLUB BILLS READY Current bills from the Raquet Club may be picked up this week. The clubhouse will be open for those without keys from 6 to 7 p.m. daily. If you have any further questions, call Kathy Dunn at 85568 DWH. ASSISTANT SPORTS DIRECTOR NEEDED BY SPECIAL SERVICES Special Services is looking for someone to relieve BT3 O'Banion as assistant sports director. Personnel desiring to apply must be E4-E6 and have at least one year remaining in Gitmo. For further information contact BMC Thompson or Dennis Brusnahan at 95449 or 951160 DWH. RECREATION COMMITTEE MEETS There will be a meeting of the Consolidated Recreation Committee Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Special Services conference room. POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL NOV. 12 On Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. the Junior girls will play the Senior girls in a game of flag football, while the boys from each class will entertain the crowd with some enthusiastic cheers. This annual event will take place at Cooper Field. Baked goods and sodas will be available. Tickets for the game can be purchased in front of the bank on Friday from 11-1 and in front of the Navy and Marine Corps Exchanges on Saturday during normal working hours. PONTOON BOAT AT DEER POINT The Deer Point Marina announced that one of the newly acquired pontoon boats was put in commission yesterday. Anyone wishing to rent the boat will have to take a written exam, the questions for which are taken from the Gitmo Bay Outdoor Sports & Wildlife Handbook. The written exam must be passed before the practical exam will be given A copy of the handbook is available at the Special Services Issue Desk. Skipper Qualification tests for pontoon boats will be given on Tuesdays from 1 to 6 p.m. Pontoon boats will be rented by reservation only and reservations must be made in person. The cost of the boat is $7.50 for 4 hours or $15 for 8. Saturday and Sunday only will be $20 for the entire day. A security deposit of $20 is required. For further information Call the Deer Point Marina at 95545 AT. MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION WILL MEET TODAY There will be a meeting of the Men's Golf Association today at 7 p.m. at the golf course club house. 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. Special notices NEX JOB OPENINGS The Navy Exchange has an opening for a full-time sales clerk in the auto parts store. The hours are 8:15 to 5:15, Monday through Thursday and 8 to 5 on Saturday. A knowledge of auto parts is preferred. Please call 85348 for more information. The Exchange is also taking applications for persons interested in working as a sales clerk on an on call basis. Such work would entail working intermittantly as needed. No experience is necessary and the Exchange will train interested parties. For more information call 85348. 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. PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target from 4 to 6 p.m., today 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. NEW OFFICE HOURS FOR SAN JUAN AND HAITI R9R FLIGHTS Office hours for the San Juan and Haiti R&R flights will be noon to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, commencing Friday. Commissary-Exchange ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA REP TO BE AT NAVY EXCHANGE Need a gift idea for Christmas? Encyclopedia Britannica offers you a military discount of at least 25 per cent, and to ease your burden at Cliristmastime, a special Christmas purchase offer: The Britannica representative will be at the Navy Exchange during this week. For more information call 98234 AWH. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURF' TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,380,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 18,303,000 Commumity Board Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Tomorrow's meetings 9 BINGO will be played at the Staff NCO Club beginning at 8 p.m. ACOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet. For more information call 95454 DWH. GITMO SELF DEFENSE CLUB will meet at Marblehead Hall 6-8 p.m.

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Tuesday, November 2, 1976 WJ.S. trying to influence Smith GENEVA (AP)--The U.S. reportedly is working behind the scenes to persuade Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith to drop his hard-line stance against speeding up a transfer of power in Rhodesia to the black majority. The report comes as Britain called an informal meeting of black and white Rhodesian leaders today in Geneva to set a 1977 target date for the power transfer. Smith said yes.terday he will attend the meetings. Fierce fighting between Rhodesian troops and nationalist guerrillas was reported yesterday near the Rhodesian-Mozambique border. Mozambique said the fighting was a continuation of clashes that started after Rhodesian government troops crossed the border this past weekend. A spokesman for Smith's delegation acknowledged that Rhodesian troops had entered Mozambique. But he said they were conducting actions against stepped-up terrorist activities out of Mozambique. Informed sources said the Rhodesians destroyed a camp believed to be the base for 100 guerrillas. Neither side gave a casualty report. The Geneva talks have been in limbo since late last week after two short meetings in which both whites and blacks issued tough statements. The formal conference in Geneva is in recess until at least tomorrow. Sources say that Asst. U.S. Secy. of State for African Affairs William Schaufele met with Smith yesterday and urged him to be more flexible in his talks with the blacks. The sources say Schaufele expressed fears that the guerrillas might escalate their black war against the white regime, resulting in an all-out war that could draw in the major powers. Puerto Ricans go to polls today SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI)-Puerto Rico's 1.7 million regestered voters sat back yesterday to watch candidates deliver their last low blows at one another on the eve of general elections. 500 stone police station in Belfast BELFAST (UPI)--About 500 persons surrounded and stoned Andersonstown Police Station yesterday following the peaceful funeral of Maire Drumm, one of Northern Ireland's most prominent Roman Catholic figures. Police estimated 5,000 persons joined the 1.5 mile cortege from St. Agnes Church to the cemetery, on a windy, drizzly afternoon. After the burial service about 500 mourners went to nearby Andersonstown Police Station and many of them threw rocks at it. Andersonstown is a solidly Catholic area in west Belfast. Police can operate there only under British army protection. Drumm, 56, dubbed the ".randmother of hate" by several British newspapers, was a former vice president of Sinn Fein, the legally operating political front of the outlawed provisional Irish Republican Army. She was slain by three gunmen Thursday night as she chatted with fellow patients in her room in Mater Hospital, where she was undergoing treatment for eye trouble. The New Progressive Party of gubernatorial candidate Carlos Romero Marcelo took a two-page advertisement in island newspapers attacking popular Democratic Party Gov. Rafael Hernandez Colon and several of his followers as "All the Governor's Men." "Producer and director, Rafael Hernandez Colon," the ad read. "The most costly and scandalous Puerto Rican government production of all time. It took four agonizing years to finish, millions and millions of dollars and the suffering of an entire people." Hernandez Colon, counterattacking, released a statement denouncing the advertisement as the culmination of "the most ignoble campaign of disgrace and discredit in Puerto Rico's entire political history, and an offence without precedent to the entire Puerto Rican community." Most experts predict a close race between Hernandez Colon, an advocate of commonwealth status for the island and Romero, a statehooder, due partly to a late campaign surge by the NPP, but mainly because of the possible effects a resurgent Puerto Rican In'dependence Party could have on the electoral outcome. The electoral tribunal predicted that a record number of the 1.7 million registered voters would go to the polls today. The showing is not unusual for the island commonwealth, where voter turnout is habitually higher than in any state of the United States. 'Blithe Spirit' opens Thursday The footlights at Morin Center will be lit again as the Little Theater presents Noel Coward's comedy "Blithe Spirit" Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. S Sir Noel Coward "Blithe Spirit" is being directed by Sandy Bernstein. Miss Bernstein is a veteran director of Gitmo's Little Theater, with such popular productions as "Dark of the Moon", "George Washington Slept Here" and "Miracle Worker" to her credit. Steve Brown plays author Charles Condomine, Diane Gottlieb is his wife Ruth. The "spirit" is Tweet Coleman in the role of Elvira, Charles' late first wife. Madame Arcati, the clairvoyant who accidently recalls Elvira is played by Janice Gabriel. Hal Cutten takes the part of Dr. Bradman and Gloria Sears plays Mrs. Bradman. Ruth Houk rounds out the cast as Edith, the Condomine's maid. "Blithe Spirit" is entertainment for the entire family. It is an improbable farce full of sophisticated wit and surprises. Tickets may be reserved by telephoning 952250 anytime today and tomorrow. Tickets will also be sold at the door on performance nights. Prices are $2 for adults and $1 for children under 12. Curtain time is 8 p.m. Apay-as-you-go bar will be provided by the CPO Club for refreshments during intermissions. Cooking Around the World With J. T. Savoia GOLDEN TASSIES AND PECAN FILLING 1 cup (2 sticks) margarine or 2 cups sifted flour butter 2 three-ounce packages cream cheese Soften margarine or butter and cheese together. Whip until smooth and creamy. Add flour in fourths, blending thoroughly after each addition. Work with fingers into smooth blended dough. Chill one hour for easier handling. Shape into 1-inch balls. Press each ball into 1 3/4-inch muffin pan and shape into little crust, lining cup evenly with dough. Leave cavity for filling. Always fill the tassies before baking them, two-thirds full. Pecan Filling: 2 eggs 1 cups light brown sugar, firmly packed 2 tablespoons melted butter 4 teaspoon salt teaspoon vanilla or almond extract 1 cup finely chopped pecans, almonds or walnuts Beat egg enough to mix yolk with whites; add brown sugar gradually, beating well after each addition. Add margarine or butter, salt, vanilla, and mix well. Sprinkle half of the pecans in shaped tassies; pour in filling; top with remaining pecans. Bake in oven 350 degrees F. for 15 to 17 minutes, or until filling is almost set. Then reduce heat to 250 degrees F. and bake 10 minutes longer. Cool. Carefully remove from pans to rack. This makes four dozen tassies. Arab troops to police cease-fire BEIRUT (AP)--A major obstacle to Lebanon's 12-day old truce was removed yesterday when two Christian leaders changed their minds and decided to allow Arab peace-keeping troops to patrol their territory. Sarkis The two leaders may have been influenced my a threat from Christian Pres. Elias Sarkis that he would use force if necessary to put a peace plan into effect. Phalange Party leader Pierre Gemayel said yesterday he will not oppose the Arab peace force. His main ally, Camille Chamoun, agreed also. Rightist spokesmen reported leftist movements in South and Central Lebanon yesterday but the reports could not be confirmed. Beirut hospitals say scattered shooting and shelling in the capital killed seven persons and wounded 14. An Arab League special envoy who arrived in Beirut Sunday night from Cairo said new Arab peace-keeping troops will begin arriving within two days to bolster the 2300-man Arab force already in Lebanon. Sarkis, who will head the joint Arab force, pressed the Arab League during the weekend to hasten the dispatch of the troops as violations marred the cease-fire, which entered its 12th day yesterday. The joint Arab force and the firmness with which it is able to act are seen as a crucial factor in making the cease-fire stick. Laird does not believe reports WASHINGTON (UPI)--Former Defense Secy. Melvin Laird says he does not believe recent newspaper reports which say Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger would be willing to stay on the job for a few years if Pres. Ford is elected. After talking with Kissinger, Laird said, "I think that he would want to retire from government. I think the decision will be up to Secy. Kissinger and could predict that he probably would leave government for a period of time." In a television interview, Laird said that after talking with Kissinger, he does not believe the diplomat will agree to stay on a few years if Ford is elected. The New York Times Saturday said sources close to Kissinger said he would stay on if asked for two more 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 25 surcharges $ .80 1.40 1.40 Children under 12 $ .50 .80 .80 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. Page 3 Guantanamo Gazette

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Page 4 Baltimore Colts crush Houston Oilers, 38-14 BALTIMORE (AP)-Roosevelt Leaks and Don McCauley each ran for a pair of touchdowns as the Baltimore Colts crushed the Houston Oilers, 38-14, in last night's NFL game. Rookie Ron Lee raced 69 yards for the Colts' final touchdown and Toni Linhart added a field goal. The Colts' defense had six quarterback sacks and kept Houston off the scoreboard until late in the fourth quarter. The Oilers scored on a 53-yard Dan Pastorini-to-Ken Burrough pass and a two-yard run by Joe Dawkins. Baltimore's Bert Jones completed 19 of 28 passes for 197 yards. Lydell Mitchell ground out 136 yards in 28 carries and caught seven of Jones' passes for 46 yards. Baltimore, now enjoying a two-game lead in the APC East improved its record to 7-1 while the Oilers fell to 4-4. Sports scores SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Baltimore 38, Houston 14 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Cleveland 82, New York Nets 75 Kansas City 105, New York Knicks 101 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Montreal 3, Buffalo 2 Toronte 6, Cleveland 3 N.Y. Islanders 3, Vancouver 2 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION No games scheduled 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 2 end tables and 1 coffee table, baby safety gate, infant's car seat, excellent condition. Call 96206 AT. Zenith console stereo, Mediterranean style, AM/FM radio, turntable, $125; 12 cu. ft. refrigerator, $80; portable, electric 12-speed mixer, $5; frosted ash blond wig with stand, $3; 2x10 round swimming pool, $25. Call 95362 AT. 3 outdoor flower pots, $2 ea.; naugahide livingroom chair, white, $20; toybox/bookshelf combination, $15; 3-Haiti bar stools, $10 ea.; set of golf clubs with bag, bagshag and balls, $50; Haiti 9x12 grass rug, never used, $22. Call 85303 DWH or 97180 AWH. 1969 Chevy Malibu, 2-dr HT, excellent condition, new battery, rebuilt engine, excellent tires, AT, has A/C but needs mount for compressor, $950. Call GySgt McClain at 95351 or 95415 DWH. Bookcase, Christmas tree with all decorations, 3 seat covers for sofa, recliner. Call 951234 DWH or 99215 AWH. 1970 Pontiac GT-37, Tempest, 350 V-8, 3-speed floor shift, good condition, good tires, new exhaust system, available Dec. 10, 5900. Call 85869 AT or see at CO-70 AWH. John Renner tore up the alleys Thursday night. He shot games of 214-217-221 for the highest series bowled so far this year, a nice 652. Good bowling John. Entry forms are available at the desk for the men's annual doubles and singles handicap tournament Nov. 20-21. Sign up now, entries close Nov. 6. Nov. 13 is the date for the Saturday night mens and womens no-tap Deer Park Charity Trophy Tournament. Trophy to entry ratio, at least 1-in-6. Lets' all help keep Deer Park open. Last week's results: Monday Odd Couples -Angie Brown 486, Pat Wood 483, Cindy Hansen 216/ 562 hdcp, Bill Frede 560, Dave Miller 202/542, 230/626 hdcp and Perry Owens 235/615 hdcp. Ladies COMO -Carroll Price 198/527, 230/ 623 hdcp, Arlene Yandell 201/501 and Marion McGuire 197/498. Wednesday Leftovers -Dan Murray 202-221/591 and Art Borland 501. It's about time Art. Hospital Mixups -high average Ray DuFresne 180 and Barb Kelly 155, Ray DuFresne 533, Jerry Kelly 533, Dave Cozart 525, Barb Kelly 505, Nancy Lada 501, Darlene Pike 617 hdcp and Sandy Ness 616 hdcp. Wednesday Late -John Renner 202, Paul Baker 527, Jim Forrester 517, 607 hdcp, Jean Lamica 161, 213 hdcp, Lydin Forrester 559 hdcp. Thursday Freetimers -high average Lou Wilmot Sofa and 2 chairs, 2 red rugs, 9x15 & 10x16. Call 85152 AT. Infant's dressing table, bed attachment for automatic baby swing, mattress for a baby crib or bassinet that has never been used, umbrella stroller, 2-boy's winter coats sizes 3 & 4 and an assortment of jackets. Call 98235 AT. 1974 Honda CB-360G, low milage, excellent condition, $900 negotiable. Helmet and some spare parts included. Call 99205 AT. wanted 12x15 gold carpet. Also need someone to give piano lessons to a 5-year-old. Call 85647 AT. ,Wooden rocking chair in good condition, A/C, 20,000 BTU in good condition, baby car seat in good condition. Call 97177 AT. Two A/Cs at least 15,000 BTU each and two A/Cs at least 8,000 BTU each. Call 85600 DWH or the BOQ, room G-35 AWH. Ask for Capt. Mayer. services House and stove cleaning on weekends. Call Burke at 85734 or 85231 DWH. Babysitting in my home on GC weekdays. Call 96123 AT. Troy-bilt Roto Tiller for hire. Use on gardens, flowerbeds, etc. Call 95498 AWH. lost Mustang keys on a "Snoopy" key ring in the Tierra K housing area. Call 951035 AT. Pair of perscription glasses near Cooper Field over the weekend. If found call 952264 AT. 149, high series Margie Kibbey 176167-146/489, high game Kay.Raufman 192. Gitmo Ladies Scratch -high average Jo Ann Boyko 162, high series Jo Ann Rosholt 499, high game Glenda Wilson 199. COMO Mixed -the "Sandbaggers" Kitty and Ace Campbell, Marion and Bill McGuire went wild with hdcp games of 707-764-842/2313. Bill shot 146-223-247/616 and Kitty had a 171-204-205/580. Ken Lewis 212/571, Ralph Larson 548, Paul Fields 215/544 and Ellen Hutchinson 220 hdcp. 7-Point Iguana -John Renner 214217-221/652, Oeinck 576, Drewry 542, Addison 538, Crawford 538, Moritz 534, Snyder 212/533, Garcia 526. Friday Comm -Don Best 182/499, 225/ 628 hdcp, Moe Moritz 203/542, Cindy Cleveland 158, 223 hdcp, John Garcia 186/509, Dale Renninger 204/537 and Beverly Morris 160/484, 207/625 hdcp. Friday Classics -Bruce Johnstone 226/570, Jim Kayser 202, Dan Murray 205/500, Tikkio Neyra 202. Saturday Juniors -patches to Todd Christensen 200/575, Carl Bascara 200 and "I was robbed" for 3 splits in a row. Weekly highs -Mike Fox 203/454, Tracy Feeback 183/377, Scott King 168/491, Kevin Karcher 179/450, Jeff Finister 176/489, Anne Kania 168/386, Teresa Martin 152/416, Cheryl Hutchinson 148/372 and Valerie Good 155/427. Saturday Bantams -Robby Good 176/310, Mark Rosholt 151/295, Migul Ellis 130/ 235, Karen McGuire 111/208, Lee Ann Bailey 114/294 hdcp. Good bowling Gitmo. Sports in brief (UPI)--Michigan tops the UPI College Football Poll for the seventh straight week. But such powerhouses as Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri are no where to be found in the top 20 after suffering loses Saturday. Pitt is second, followed by UCLA, Southern Cal and Texas Tech. Maryland is sixth, then comes Ohio State, Georgia, Nebraska and Florida. (UPI)--New York Jets coach Lou Holtz says Joe Namath will be back at quarterback this coming weekend against the Miami Dolphins if he's healthy, although rookie Richard Todd guided the team to a 19-14 victory over Buffalo Sunday. Namath sat out the Bills' game with a battered leg. (UPI)--NFL owners and players have agreed to resume negotiations in hopes of ending their lengthy labor dispute by the close of the season. Pro Football Commissioner Pete Rozelle says he is "hopeful" after a three-hour meeting between leaders for the two sides. Union officials are bouyed by recent court decisions against the so-called Rozelle Rule and the league's college draft system. Schulte wins Pick the Pros Contest This week's winner of the Pick the Pros Football Contest is Martin V. Schulte. Schulte missed two of the 14 games played Sunday and last night. He will receive his choice of four different prizes donated by Special Services and qualifies for the Pro-Play-Offs Grand Prize. Guantanamo Gazette NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W Boston 4 Philadelphia 3 N.Y. Knicks 3 Buffalo 2 N.Y. Nets 2 Central Division Cleveland 6 Houston 3 New Orleans 3 Atlanta 2 San Antonio 2 Washington 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver 4 Indiana 3 Kansas City 3 Chicago 2 Detroit 2 Milwaukee 1 Pacific Division Portland 3 Seattle 3 Golden State 2 Los Angeles 3 Phoenix 1 NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division W N.Y. Islanders 8 Philadelphia 7 Atlanta 5 N.Y. Rangers 5 Smythe Division Chicago 7 St. Louis 7 Minnesota 4 Vancouver 4 Colorado 3 WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division Montreal Los Angeles Pittsburgh Detroit Washington Adams Division Boston Buffalo Toronto Cleveland GB 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1/2 2 2 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 2 2 2 1/2 3 4 --_ 1/2 1 1 2 1/2 W 10 7 2 3 2 9 5 4 3 WHA EASTERN DIVISION Quebec Cincinnati New England Birmingham Minnesota Indianapolis WESTEPT DIVISION Winnipeg Houston Phoenix San Diego Edmonton Calgary W 9 6 4 4 3 3 7 5 4 L 2 3 4 8 6 5 3 5 6 5 5 6 I 2 1 1 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 Tuesday, November 2, 1976 Sports standings NFL AMERICAN -CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T Baltimore 7 1 0 New England 5 3 0 Miami 4 4 0 Buffalo 2 6 0 N.Y. Jets 2 6 0 Central Division Cincinnati 6 2 0 Houston 4 4 0 Pittsburgh 4 4 0 Cleveland 4 4 0 Western Division Oakland 7 1 0 Denver 4 4 0 San Diego 4 4 0 Kansas City 3 5 0 Tampa Bay 0 8 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eastern Division W L T Dallas 7 1 0 St. Louis 6 2 0 Washington 5 3 0 Philadelphia 3 5 0 N.Y. Giants 0 8 0 Central Division Minnesota 6 1 1 Detroit 4 4 0 Chicago 4 4 0 Green Bay 3 5 0 Western Division Los Angeles 6 1 1 San Francisco 6 2 0 New Orleans 2 6 0 Atlanta 2 6 0 Seattle 1 7 0 Kealer's Korner By D. Drewry A -f // I tAMAWAA


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