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fNw York State voting machines impounded










ELECTIONS IN MODERN POLITICS

WASHINGTON' (PI)--Jimmy Carter has The contest was close, a three
won the presidency, unseating Gerald per cent margin in the popular vote,
Ford in one& of'the closest elections but Carter gained clear command in
in modern politicalhistory. The the electoral college, where
seven electoralvotes Carter won in Presidents are chosen.
Mississippi gave him a total ofThon-ieergaoenr
272, two more than the 270 needed will be sworn in onJan. 20, 1977
for victory, becoming the 39th President, and
But Carter had to struggle to do the first Southerner to hold the
it. In state after state, he won office since Zachary Taylor in
by the narrowest of margins. When 1848.
he won, some of the major states Meanwhile, a New York State
were still undecided and probably Supreme Court Justice said early
will r sometime. today he would order impoundment
Speaking at his election night of all voting machines in New York
headquarters in Atlanta, Pres.-elect State, which the state Republican Carter told hundreds of cheering chairman hinted may have been tamsupporters that "This crowd repre- pered with.
sen ted hundreds of millions ofhe
Americans whoare ready to see our would sign the impoundment order at nation unified." Carter praised his home near Albany as soon as he
s. Ford calling him a good and conferred with the"Republican Party agweent man. Carter said' the hard counsel,. Tom Spargo. work o his campaign workers, their The court order would require planning'and dedication were re- of the election. Ford had been ' state and local police to stand
sponsible for his election. watching the returns at the White guard over all machines until area
Carter told the crowd that some- House with running mate Robert'Dole. election boards pick the machines
times "We have been disappointed in Dole and his wife also went home up.

our government. We have strength, without concedin de There was speculation that in the the hope, the patriotism, the vital- Carter started'by keeping the p close election, New York's absentee
ity te ene f rohehod o, South intact except for 'Virginia. "-ballots could play a role in deterunify this nation and make it great He also took the border states and mining whether Pres. Ford or Jimmy
once again." began to pick up the big 'industrial Carter wins the state's 41'electoral
Carter warned that the task of, un- states, first Pennsylvania,~ then votes.
ification is .not going to' b easy NewYork and Texas. That put him " Republican Chairman Richard
for anyone. Carter said that he with. striking distance with 250 Rosenbaum, with the approval of the does not have all the answers, but electoral votes. But hours passed White House, asked late last night he is not afraid to take on the as he and Ford remained locked in that all machines in the state be
responsibilities. struggles for Ohio, Illinois, impounded following reports of
Carter said it was a great cam- Michigan and Wisconsin. ballot tampering.
paign, and it will also be a great
four years in the White House. Then Ford took Michigan. But International
At the White House, a spokesman 'time dragged with no more decision 0
'said Pres. Ford had gone to bed at as the returns mounted and the re- r a to i e 3:15 a.m. EDT without making any sults remained in doubt. Final lyr a t o m x d
statement about thxe election. Wisconsin went to Carter. That was WASHINGTON (UPI)--International
Press Secy. Ron Nessen said Ford ' 11 more votes. Then Hawaii gave reaction to Jimmy Carter's victory
retied becusethe outcome of the him f our. And then came the wordovrPe. ealFrdibin
election is in doubt" and the from Mississippi, seven electoral heard around the world.
President will have no public com- votes for Carter, and the former 0 Russians heard the news of
ment until later in the day. Georgia governor and peanut farmer Carter's win in a mid-morning news
Th rwent to, bed about 20 minutes ! Became the President-elect of the broadcast by Moscow Radio quoting I. declared Carter the winne- U'nitcd States. UPI's report. There was no official reaction, and none is expect*1oman governor in Wash ington ed for several days.
... .British Prime Minister James
Callaghan is sending Carter a mesDem mast over b h houses sage of congratulations, and expressed hope of meeting him soon.

WASHINGTON (AP---The Democrats once the heads of state governments. Government leaders in Paris also
have reaffirmed their mastery over It was the younger Rockefeller's expressed no immediate comment of
both Houses of Congress with margi n second try at the job. Carter's victory, although one
similar to those of the preius are, champion vote getter French official says his government Congress. Pierre Dupont joined the ranks of had slightly preferred Pres. Ford.
In the Senate, the Democrats won governors by defeating the ' In the Hague, the Dutch foreign
o the 33 seatS up for grabs and Democratic incumbent Sherman minister spoke for a number of
adelead in California. Tribbitt. ' European diplomatic leaders, includRepublicans won 10 seats, and ing West German, in saying he forIndependent Harry Byrd of Virginia Other incumbents faired better. sees no drastic changes in U.S. forwas re-elected. Four Democrats and Arkansas retained Democratic eign policy.
27 Republicans are Senate holdovers Gov. Daid Pryor Indiana kept Reaction from Austria was positive,
fromepubican Otis Bowen; New Hampshire where a government spokesman praisn House, where all 435 Seats - returned Republican Meldrim Thomson. ed the high voter turnout in America,
were at stake, the Democrats won overnorships of nine states and said he shares Jimmy Carter's fi~e: emo rat w0 "The go e n r h p of. . nine states..

a have been decided and they include optimism regarding Europe.
a ide ority; Republicans five Democrats and four Republicans. In the Mideast, Egyptian officials
took 120 rac and were ahead in refuse to say whether they're happy
29. A House majority comprises at Carter's victory. But they do
18 seats. Democratic victors included say the President-elect should give
Voters ave lashed out at incum- oy. James Hunt in North very high priority to the Arab.bnts in the Senate, knocking Moihan , Caroina, J. Joseph Garrahy in Israeli conflict. The Israelis say three Republicans' and at least Fou, ' Rode Island, and Scott Matheson they are cautiously optimistic about
Democrats out of:office. Republican-, I a contest straight from a "n Utah. Carter.
conservative James Buckley was ,,,'1930s movie, a crusading proseturned out of office in New York cutor defeated the anointed candi- U NAVAL RASE Tide, Sun, Temp.
by Democrat-liberal Daniel Moynihan.' date of a big-city political boss GUNTNAMO SAY, CUBA
Among other defeated incumbents for governor of Illinois. Two
are New Mexico Democrat Joseph other states chose for their gov- High t'ide 6:25pm Montoya, Indiana'Democrat Vance ernors the, scions' of business Low tide41244p Hartke, and Republicans J. Glenn dynasties. One state, Washington, SUng- 7:03
'Beall in Maryland; and. Bill Brock cho-a a woman to lead in the next e 6:26pm
in Tennessee. four )ears. High---'-- 85
Washington Democat Henry Jackson,. The victory in llinois ~belongs
eal rmre orhsprys' fore U.S. attorneys {who co0nvicted
noiaion, wasre-eletdte some of t followers of Lhicago ,: Weather Forecast

elce nMie.'eortSar ey o tte Michal Ho~let a ;' artly cloudy to

Wil iam Quinn i n Hawaii. + the.....b Daley. '! 'id ly ca te ed
Another challenger to Carter in ' !i 4;est Virginia chose Democrat Th. e.y6 ne 5h!ebaed LL she rs W-2 nots
teDemorati priaryRep.'Morris John Rockefpller IV:, who ;now fo:!low sT iS8-2nos
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1Helms resigns ambassadorship

i WASHINGTON (UPI)--Richard Helms, his earlier testimony about that inthe controversial former director of volvement.
the Central Intelligence Agency, has Later, testimony found that the resigned as U.S. ambassador to Iran, CIA, with Helms' knowledge, gave administration sources said yester- technical assistance to Watergate day. White
The WieHouse was expected to
make the formal announcement later
in the day.
P, The sources said Helms decided to
resign before a winner was announced 4
CUSTOMS CLASS: The U.S. Customs Service recently held a class for local in the presidential election in
Customs inspectors. Above are the newly qualify ed inspectors. When you order to make it plain that he wantpack Out in the future, one of these may be at your home to assist in the ed to step down no matter who was
paperwork. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) elected. x part of this year in Washington
Nonmar I enno n ......
fighting in waiting to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on the CIA

BEIRUT (UPI)--The United States U.S. Charge D'Affaires George Lane part in the Watergate affair, and
yesterday began contacts with rival met leftist leader Kamal Jumblatt
factions in Lebanon's civil war in as quiet returned to the battlean effort to help end the 18 months fronts. Pres. Elias Sarkis readied
of fighting that has torn the a timetable for deployment of an co er
country apart and killedat least Arab peace-keeping force. F l coae t. Helms
50,000 persons. American diplomatic efforts have burglar E. Howard Hunt, "laundered"
been limited by security precautions political contributions in Mexico since the murder of U.S. Ambassador and conducted surveillance on some Francis E. Meloy in July. Americans in the United States who Arab League special envoy Hassan The high school band, Zodiac choir had overseas contacts. Sabry El Kholy met with rightist and 5th and 6th grade chorus will be leaders in East Beirut to discuss having their fall concert on Nov. implementation of the peace plan. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the elementary On Monday, former Jordanian Prime school multipurpose room. General Minister Zaid Rifai met rightist admission- is $1. tra...n. class chef in whtBiu newspapers tr in n . ..... . .s..
c f w BrpThe chorus will sing hits by John characterized as an attempt to re- Denver and the movie theme "Bless Based on surveyed training needs assure the rightists about the the Beasts and the Children." The and Navy mandatory programs for stationing of troops from the pro- band will play "Overture for the civilians, the following class will posed 30,000-man Arab peace-keeping Winds" and "Rainy Days and Mondays." be offered by the Consolidated force in areas they control. Proceeds will be used to purchase Civilian Personnel Office training Fresh contingents for the force a PA system for the band, chorus (staff this month. The class will Sakswere expected before tomorrow after and school. be held in the ComNavBase conference There were no reports of major which Sarkis planned to begin im- room.
fighting on the nation's waterfronts plementing the Arab peace plan. A Naval Correspondence Workshop
the cease-fire entered its 13th Sarkis' objective was withdrawal i be held o No. 17 from 8 am.
0 n ' ,has until noon. The course will cover day. of all factions from confrontation Base pound was unil b n The on s Nov. 1 o verm lines, followed by reopening of in detail correspondence formats Exiles charged highways and positioning of the and local (NavSta, NavBase) corresArab force between the rival groups. 5 aa il b pondence procedures. The course is u Am important obstacle to the plan designed for personnel now assigned with m urder has been rightist reservations or those who will be assigned to about letting the Arab forces into The dog pound has the following - deal with preparing or checking..-CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI)--First areas they control. dogs available for adoption: outgoing correspondence. Calvin R.
degree murder charges were filed in Four adult dogs - one mixed German Scheidt, Jr. will be the instructor.
a criminal court yesterday against Shepherd and Labrador housebroken Commands/departments should nominVenezuelans Freddy Lugo and Herman female. One brown and black neutered ate individuals who will attend by
Ricardo Losano and- Cuban exiles P so l .t oVof male, one mixed brown and black forwarding to CCPO by Nov. 12 a
Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada housebroken, one white small short-- memorandum indicating the date of
Carriles in connection with the " haired female, picked up in Nob Hill class, full name, first middle iniOct. 6 sabotage of -a Cuban airliner may be restored with no collar, and three mixed tial and last name; rank/grade and which crashed off Barbados, killing - dachshund male puppies. position-of nominees. Particular
73 persons aboard. If interested, call 85860 and notice should be given to the loca* udge Delia Estaba Moreno accused All base residents are aware by leave a message with the dispatcher. tion of the course.
photographers Lugo, 31, and Ricardo now that personal Autovon calls to
Losano, 25, as authors of the sabo- CONUS via the satellite path have P r o p r h s o i t a m
tage murder, and Bosch, 49, and been interrupted since Oct. 4, 1976.arm s
Posada Carriles, 47, as co-authors Many residents have misinterpreted
or accomplices, or have been misinformed about the LIMA, Peru (UPI)--Peru announced "The extremely convenient terms
For all four, the charge of pre- reason for the interruption. The yesterday it would buy 36 superson- of payment" played a major part in
meditated homicide, tantamount to Satellife Communications Detachment ic fighter-bombers from the Soviet the decision, De La Puente said.
first degree murder in the U.S. Gitmo is now and has been providing Union in the first Soviet arms sale De La Puente denied the purchase juridical system, could carry a max- a-communications path in excess of in Latin America outside of Cuba had any political implications. He imum sentence of 30 years in prison, 99.99 percent reliability. . -because of Moscow's better payment said, "Airplanes have no ideology,"
upon conviction. Due to the loss of the Defense terms. the foreign minister said. "All
Lugo and Ricardo Losano had been Communications Phase I space craft, - countries renew their air forces
passengers aboard the doomed air- NavSatComDet shifted toa new satel- Foreign Minister Jose De La Puente periodically."
craft, disembarking from it at lite which resulted in shifting the said that after considering offers -The Peruvian purchase represented
Bridgetown, Barbados some 20 minutes Ground Entry Station (GES) to from the United States, France, the first Soviet arms sales to a before the in-flight explosion and Lakehurst, N.. vice Northwest, Va. Britain and the Soviet Union, Peru Latin American country outside of
crash. . This shift in the GES required ad- . decided the Russian proposal "best Cuba and one of the largest armament
Bosch, underground leader of the ditional commercial lines on the fitted the needs of its air force purchases in recent history in the
anti-Castro United Revolutionary CONUS end to re-route the circuits and of its treasury." area.
Organizing Committee, was addition- and satisfy communication requireally charged with carrying false ments.
documents and illegal possession of At present, insufficient commercial
firearms. He bore a false Costa lines are available to restore the
Rican passport when arrested here. Autovon circuit, however, the'
Bosch jumped parole from Florida Defense Communications Agency isA
investigators when sought in con- leasing additional lines to satisfy junction with the murder of another Gitmo's requirements. The new lines exile figure, after serving four are expected to be available in midyears of a 10-year sentence in a November at which time the privilege
federal penitentiary for the bazooka of personal Autovon calls to CONUS attack on a Polish ship in the port after working hours may be restored
of Miami. to base residents.


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Iigc, 4 Gnuantanamo r.-'e Wednesday, November 3, 197r.


Randy Jones wins Cy Young Award Pick the Pros Football Conies

11)--Ian.dy Jones of the San Win your choice of five differn p- - donated by Special Services , iego Padres Ilived up to a pre- and qualify for the Pro-Play Offb Grand Prize by circling your pick of
prediction and fulfilled a this week's pro games. For the Monday night game circle the winner and "boyhood dream' yesterday when he enter your guess at the total number of points that will be scored in was named winner of the National the game. In case of ties that participant cilsest to the correct number League's Cy Young Award. of points scored without excee'n n -moun, will be the winner. ihe 26-year-old lefthanded sinkerball specialist was an overwhelming Sud ay, Nov. 7 choice in the balloting 7of the
baseball writers.I He received 15 Atlanta ' at Seattle first place votes and 96 points to Baltimore at San Diego beat out lefthander Jerry Koosman Buffalo at New England of the New York Mets and right- Cleveland at Houston bander Don Sutton of the Los Angeles Detroit at Minnesota Dodgers. Miami at New York Jets
Jones is living proof'that blazing New Orleans at Green Bay fastball is not needed to be a major New York Giants at Dallas leaue pitcher. He led the National Oakland at Chicago League in victories with 22 games Philadelphia at St. Louis while losing 14. Pittsburgh at Kansas City
Jones, reached by telephone from It marked the second year in a row Tampa Bay at Denver
San Francisco, said "It's like a Jones reached the 20-victory pla- Washington at San Francisco boyhood dream come true, an fincred- tea. A year ago he 'won 20 a.... ible thrill." for the first time and posted a Monday, Nov. 8
Jones actualy had two seasons in league-leading 2.24 earned run av1976. He was practically unbeatable erage, but finished second to Tom Los Angeles at Cincinnati in the first half of the year, post- Seaver in the Cy Young voting. ing a 16-3 record by the All-Star
break. But in the second half the
Padres faltered and Jones slumped SportsL scores Total points to 6-11 even though he says e All entries must be received t ARTS/Ga Friday afternoon Only pitched about the same. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Ane entrees per pern. Tune in..... FM 103... f p gm
Despite his slump, he still man- Milwaukee 125, Seattle 113for pr games
aged to lead the league in victor- New Orleans 115, Boston 97 hone ies, complete games and innings Phonepitched. He had' an earned run av- NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
erage of 2.74,' sixth best in the N.Y. Islanders 5, Colorado 1 league, and walked only 50 hatters ,' . Gullett's cast removed Sp& 't inl !wi| in 31 innings. WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION rom right an le Phoenix 5., Quebec 3 f r a eON(UPI)--Defending champion San Diego 4, Birmingham 3 (OT) Eddie Dibba of Miami has advanced Houston 3, Winnipeg 1 in the 'Dewar Cup Tennis Tournament in London. Dibbs ousted Australian
Owen Davidson. Arthur Ashe of the
U.S. breezed past a fellow American,
Terry Moor of Monroe, La., 6-2, 6-4.
The victory took less than an hour
and moved Ashe into the quarterAll ads will be run one time only. Sofa and two chairs, $100. Call finals of the tourney. You must submit your ad each time 85152 AT.
you want it printed. Adg may be. HONG KONG. (AP)--Ilie Nastase, the submitted by calling before 4 p.m Many different types of exotic rambunctious Romanian, has been or by dropping it in one of the plants. Call 90155 AT. seeded number-one for the Hong Kong drop boxes. Ads which discriminate International Classic. It will run on the basis of race, sex, creed, 196? VWbus with 1974 engine, good from Nov. 8-14. Roscoe Tanner of color or national origin will not conation, 2 spare tires. Call the U.S. is the number-two seed. be accepted. The staff -reserves 85442 DWH or 951146 AW. and ask the right to re-write any ad it for Sam. MOSCOW (AP)--The spectacular deems necessary. husband and wife Russian ice skating Barrel boat, l0x 12, blue and team of Ludmila Pakhomova and white, fully equipped, 2.hp Johnson (UP)--The cast on pitcher Don Alexander Gorshkov will end their for sae engine, $100 .Call 90211 AT. Gullett"s right ankle was removed . competitive careers next month. That by two orthopedic specialists yes- was reported yesterday by TASS, the Honda 70 SL, $200; freezer, $20. terday. ,Soviet news agency. They've won Morse electric sewing machine. Call 95440 AT. '' One of the doctors says the six world championships. Excellent condition, only $40. Call Cincinnati southpaw could pitch to951247 DWH or 99190, AWH. Sears motor bike with 50cc Honda day if he had to. Gullett, an 11- MODENA, Italy (AP)--Niki Lauda of motor for parts, 1'hand fishing game winner, is one of 25 free Austria has started a series of
reel, brand new. Call 98130 AWH or agents, who will be made available test runs in a Ferrari Formula-One 3 outdoor'flowe pots, $2 ea.; 95374 DWH. in toorow's re-entry draft. racing car. Lauda, who survived a naugahide living room chair, white, The 25-year-old pitcher beat the shattering crash early in August, $20; toy box/bookshelf combination, Kenmore washer and dryer, $75; Home- New York' ankees in the opening reportedly will be driving for $15; 3-Hai bar stools,. $10 ea.; made bar and four stools, $15; Three game of the World Series, but in- the Ferrari Company again next year. set of golf clubs wiith bag, bag- ai~r conditioners, 12,000, 7,000, jured his ankle in the eighth inning 'shag ,and balls, $50; Haiti 9x12' 6,000, all 'for $250 or will sell and had to leave the 'game. The in- CLEVELAND (AP)--Lee Strange is the ~grass rug, never used,' $22.' Call separately. Available last week in jury was diagnosed as a dislocated new minor' league pitching instructor 8,53032' or 95463 AWH. 'J -rC 'November. Call 97288 AT. tendon and a cast was placed on for the Cleveland Indians. The 40Gullett's right ankle. year-old Strange coached in the Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder, -4 anted The injury was termed "a minor Oakland A's system last season. In solid state, 4-track, built in problem which should not give him 10 years of major league play with speakers, $125; pair of Sears red and At least 4 A/C for Marine Site house. any difficulty in the future.", various teams, Lee had a record of black perma-press drapes, 10X54", 'Call Capt. . ..yer, 85 600 DWH. 62 victories and 61 losses. $5; 2 pair U.S. Divers flipper-type Football, players move swim fins, small and large sizes, (UPI)--Top-ranked Michigan is $10 each. Call 951197 AT. Boy's jacieL, size 12 or 14. Call on to Norfolk making a shambles out of respectable 99162 AWH or 85861 DWH. GJitmo's touch football team de- college football defenses. Ttie unBarrel boat, approximately 2412!, - serves a well done. They hit Roosy beaten Wolverines have rushed for sudeck, enclosed cabin,'shelves, Someone 'to fix a button hole Roads like a hurricane and emerged almost 391-yards a game, but have screen/plexiglass windows. For fur- attachment to a sewin machine. with an unscathed record.> 'Eight rolled up their yardage against ther information contact Witt at Call 85580 AT. members of the team picked to i epre- teams which have given up only 206.6 64395 DWH or 951045 AWH Best offer. ''sent the Caribbean were: E. Hansen, yards in their other games.
12 x 15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. E. Jones, I. Williams, R. Sheffield, 1972, Ford club-wagon, V-8,, requires E. Harris, M. Lopen, L. Prosser and Mike Phipps may play extensive repairs to bodywork. May Piano l.essopns for 5-year-old. Call S. Cox. They departed for Norfolk r e seen at the Telephone Exchange '85647 AT. Saturday with Gitmo's best wishes. parking lot.> Subit offers in writ- 'Bone i Orr's l against Oilers ing to IT Overseas telephone office. services n ir'
4 left (UPI)--The Houston Oilers may see S bakea edkrnee degenerating the return of Mike Phipps this
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New York State voting machines impounded CARTER WINS ONE OF THE CLOSEST ELECTIONS I N MODERN POLITICS WASHINGTON (UPI)--Jimmy Carter has won the presidency, unseating Gerald Ford in one of the closest elections in modern political history. The seven electoral votes Carter won in Mississippi gave him a total of 272, two more than the 270 needed for victory. But Carter had to struggle to do it. In state after state, he won by the narrowest of margins. When he won, some of the major states were still undecided and probably will be for some time. Speaking at his election night headquarters in Atlanta, Pres.-elect Carter told hundreds of cheering supporters that "This crowd represented hundreds of millions of Americans who are ready to see our nation unified." Carter praised es. Ford calling him a good and recent man. Carter said the hard work of his campaign workers, their planning and dedication were reof the election. Ford had been sponsible for his election. watching the returns at the White Carter told the crowd that someHouse with running mate Robert Dole. times "We have been disappointed in Dole and his wife also vent home our government. We have strength, without conceding defeat. the hope, the patriotism, the vitalCarter started by keeping the ity, the sense of brotherhood to South intact except for Virginia. unify this nation and make it great He also took the border states and once again." began to pick up the big industrial Carter warned that the task of unstates, first Pennsylvania, then ification is not going to be easy New York and Texas. That put him for anyone. Carter said that he within striking distance with 250 does not have all the answers, but electoral votes. But hours passed he is not afraid to take on the as he and Ford remained locked in responsibilities. struggles for Ohio, Illinois, Carter said it was a great camMichigan end Wisconsin. paign, and it will also be a great four years in the White House. Then Ford took Michigan. But At the White House, a spokesman time dragged with no more decision said Pres. Ford had gone to bed at as the returns mounted and the re3:15 a.m. EDT without making any sults remained in doubt. Finally, statement about the election. Wisconsin went to Carter. That was Press Secy. Ron Nessen said Ford 11 more votes. Then Hawaii gave retired "because the outcome of the him four. And then came the word election is in doubt" and the from Mississippi, seven electoral President will have no public comvotes for Carter, and the former ment until later in the day. Georgia governor and peanut farmer went to bed about 20 minutes !ecae the President-elect of the fh'tI declared Carter the wurisea iitedtStates. Caoman governor in Washington Democrats reaffirm mastery over both Houses WASHINGTON (AP)--The Democrats have reaffirmed their mastery over both Houses of Congress with margins similar to those of the previous Congress. In the Senate, the Democrats won 21 of the 33 seats up for grabs and had the lead in California. Republicans won 10 seats, and Independent Harry Byrd of Virginia was re-elected. Four Democrats and 27 Republicans are Senate holdovers from the 94th Congress. In the House, where all 435 seats were at stake, the Democrats won 255 and led for 31, guaranteeing them a wide majority. Republicans took 120 races and were ahead in 29. A House majority comprises 218 seats. Voters have lashed out at incumbents in the Senate, knocking three Republicans and at least Four Democrats out of office. Republicanconservative James Buckley was turned out of office in New York by Democrat-liberal Daniel Moynihan. Among other defeated incumbents are New Mexico Democrat Joseph Montoya, Indiana Democrat Vance Hartke, and Republicans J. Glenn Beall in Maryland, and Bill Brock in Tennessee. Washington Democrat Henry Jackson, who battled Jimmy Carter in the early primaries for his party's nomination, was re-elected to the Senate. Edmund Muskie was reelected in Maine. Democrat Spark Matsunaga defeated Republican Williata Quinn in Hawaii. Another challenger to Carter in the Democratic primary, Rep. Morris Udall of Arizona, retained his sent in the House. Moynihan In a contest straight from a 1930s movie, a crusading prosecutor defeated the anointed candidate of a big-city political boss for governor of Illinois. Two other states chose for their governors the scions of business dynasties. One state, Washington, chot e a woman to lead in the next tour ears. The victory in Illinois belongs to Republican James Thompson, 'a former U.S. attorney who convicted some of the followers of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. He defeated Secy. of State Michael Howlett, a veteran political handpicked for tic race by Daley. 'est Virginia chose Democrat John Rockefeller IV, who now follows in the footsteps of Republican uncles Nelson and Winthrop, also once the heads of state governments. It was the younger Rockefeller's second try at the job. In Delaware, champion vote getter Pierre Dupont joined the ranks of governors by defeating the Democratic incumbent Sherman Tribbitt. Other incumbents faired better. Arkansas retained Democratic Gov. David Pryor; Indiana kept Republican Otis Bowen; New Hampshire returned Republican Meldrim Thomson. The governorships of nine states have been decided and they include five Democrats and four Republicans. The Democratic victors included LL. -oy. James Hunt in North Carolina, J. Joseph Garrahy in Rhode Island, and Scott Matheson in ULah. The contest was close, a three per cent margin in the popular vote, but Carter gained clear command in the electoral college, where Presidents are chosen. The one-time Georgia governor will be sworn in on Jan. 20, 1977 becoming the 39th President, and the first Southerner to hold the office since Zachary Taylor in 1848. Meanwhile, a New York State Supreme Court Justice said early today he would order impoundment of all voting machines in New York State, which the state Republican chairman hinted may have been tampered with. Justice Edwin Conway said he would sign the impoundment order at his home near Albany as soon as he conferred with the Republican Party counsel, Tom Spargo. The court order would require state and local police to stand guard over all machines until area election boards pick the machines up. There was speculation that in the close election, New York's absentee ballots could play a role in determining whether Pres. Ford or Jimmy Carter wins the state's 41 electoral votes. Republican Chairman Richard Rosenbaum, with the approval of the White House, asked late last night that all machines in the state be impounded following reports of ballot tampering. International reaction mixed WASHINGTON (UPI)--International reaction to Jimmy Carter's victory over Pres. Gerald Ford is being heard around the world. Russians heard the news of Carter's win in a mid-morning news broadcast by Moscow Radio quoting UPI's report. There was no official reaction, and none is expected for several days. British Prime Minister James Callaghan is sending Carter a message of congratulations, and expressed hope of meeting him soon. Government leaders in Paris also expressed no immediate comment of Carter's victory, although one French official says his government had slightly preferred Pres. Ford. In the Hague, the Dutch foreign minister spoke for a number of European diplomatic leaders, including West German, in saying he forsees no drastic changes in U.S. foreign policy. Reaction from Austria was positive, where a government spokesman praised the high voter turnout in America, and said he shares Jimmy Carter's optimism regarding Europe. In the Mideast, Egyptian officials refuse to say whether they're happy at Carter's victory. But they do say the President-elect should give very high priority to the ArabIsraeli conflict. The Israelis say they are cautiously optimistic about Carter. U. & NAVAL BASE GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA The Navy' only Aho'-based daily Vol. 31, No. 211 Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Tide, Sun, Temp. High tide6:25pm Low tide--12:44pm Suvau'e--7:03am SUM9et ---6:26pm High -6-5 Low-------71 Weather Forecast Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. Widely scattered showers. Winds SE 8-12 knots. Bay conditions 1-3 feet.

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':lge 2 Today's meetings BINGO will b played a-t 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. Guantanamo Gazette CommunityBoard a Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Tomorrow's meetings BINGO will be played at the Windjammer beginning at 8 p.m. 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. today 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 tomorrow 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 station' has been changed to 6-7. All other times remain the same. BLUE DOLPHINS TO MEET The Blue Dolphins will hold a development meet at the Windjammer Pool Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. All members are urged to sign up for events Friday afternoon at the Marine site pool. Also, all parents of Blue Dolphins are asked to attend a very important meeting Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Yacht Club. The future of the club will depend on your attendance. COIN CLUB WILL HOLD OPEN HOUSE AND SHOW SATURDAY The Guantanamo Coin Club will hold an open house and coin show Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in building 1817, Marine Barracks boat shed, located below old elementary school. There will be door prizes and free refreshments. For more information, call Reggie Tullis at 97256 AWH. C.O. NAVCAMSLANT WILL SPEAK TO AFCEA MEETING NOV. 8 The Guantanamo Bay chapter of AFCEA will have a dinner meeting Nov. 8 in the COMO Club main dining room. Capt. Robert Gradel, commanding officer of NAVCAMSLANT, Norfolk, will be guest speaker. Social hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. With dinner at 7:30. Cost of the dinner and gratuity is $6. For reservations call Tom Harvey at 85419/85143. Remittance and reservations must be made prior to noon Friday. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA dept. John. MCnnell Cpt. DavidW. DSassk CB derCmma c dhigO officer Ldr. Mchael Chery. bl Af fairsO office JO Bill Brome.Edit 2 BMke S ft.Reporm Jo3 By iggs.Reporter Th Gantnamo, Gzette is published according to the zuSeb5 ad regulation for ship nd stations paperBs" a outiSnd 5in NASBUSS P-nd, uder thedirecionI o; the Naval Base puble fairs cer. fiv tBBime.B ,,kly,t government exBpense onBgovernmen equipment. Ith~S~B5~B~~S ficil or as rathat m gth vies oBC BaBBB oB the aparmnt of.5ot Nay. ARTS AND CRAFT SALE SET The Arts and Craft show will be Nov. 20 at McCalla hanger from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Checks will be accepted for purchases and all proceeds will go to support the Arts and Craft workshop. SWINGERS MEET FRIDAY The Gitmo Swingers will meet Friday at 8 p.m. in the club hall. A workshop will be held at 7:30 p.m. for those interested. Sports 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 DWN. 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 tomorrow 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. BOWLING TOURNAMENT SCHEDULED There will be a Scotch Doubles No-Tap bowling tournament this Saturday, entry fee is $5 per couple and check in time is 7:30 p.m. LADIES GCLF 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. Education ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS SCHEDULED TO START An adult beginners swimming clast is scheduled to start tomorrow. 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. 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 today. 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. COOKING CLASSES STILL HAVE OPENINGS Mama Ellie has a few openings for her Southern and Mexican cooking class on Tuesday nights and her pastry class on Thursday nights. Come learn to cook some Christmas pastries. For more information call 85863 AT. 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. Entertainnieti USO SHOW TO PERFORM IN GITMO The country rock group Majesty will be performing in Gitmo Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Their schedule will be: Saturday -6:30 p.m. Downtown Lyce um. Sunday -6:30 p.m. Marine Site Monday -6:30 p.m. Leeward Point 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. PHASE ONE DISCO TO PLAY Phase One Discoteque will be playing Post 46, Friday and at the COMO Club Saturday. Special notices NEX JOB OPENINGS The Navy Exchange has ai 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 intermittently 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 and tomorrow. 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. BLUE CARIBE CLOSED FOR LUNCH The Blue Caribe will be closed for lunch only on Nov. 8 for repairs. 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 Christmastime, a special Christmas purchase offer. The Britannica '"'resentative will be at the Navy Exchange during this week. For more information call 98234 AWH. PADI OPEN WATER SCUBA CLASS STARTING SUNDAY There will be a PADI open water scuba, course starting Sunday. All prospective students meet at the Reef Raider shack at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. For further information call Tim Pierce, 98198 AWN or Dave McCampbell, 951001, ext. 373 AWH. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,200,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,467,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 18,234,000

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Wednesday, November 3, 1976 Helms resigns ambassadorship CUSTOMS CLASS: The U.S. Customs Service recently held a class for local Customs inspectors. Above are the newly qualified inspectors. When you pack out in the future, one of these may be at your home to assist in the paperwork. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) No major fighting in Lebanon BEIRUT (UPI)--The United States yesterday began contacts with rival factions in Lebanon's civil war in an effort to help end the 18 months of fighting that has torn the country apart and killed at least 50,000 persons. 4A Sarkis There were no reports of major fighting on the nation's waterfronts as the cease-fire entered its 13th day. Exiles charged with murder CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI)--First degree murder charges were filed in a criminal court yesterday against Venezuelans Freddy Lugo and Hernan Ricardo Losano and Cuban exiles Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada Carriles in connection with the Oct. 6 sabotage of a Cuban airliner which crashed off Barbados, killing 1 73 persons aboard. VJudge Delia Estaba Moreno accused photographers Lugo, 31, and Ricardo Losano, 25, as authors of the sabotage murder, and Bosch, 49, and Posada Carriles, 47, as co-authors or accomplices. For all four, the charge of premeditated homicide, tantamount to first degree murder in the U.S. juridical system, could carry a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison, upon conviction. Lugo and Ricardo Losano had been passengers aboard the doomed aircraft, disembarking from it at Bridgetown, Barbados some 20 minutes before the in-flight explosion and crash. Bosch, underground leader of the anti-Castro United Revolutionary Organizing Committee, was additionally charged with carrying false documents and illegal possession of firearms. He bore a false Costa Rican passport when arrested here. Bosch jumped parole from Florida investigators when sought in conjunction with the murder of another exile figure, after serving four years of a 10-year sentence in a federal penitentiary for the bazooka attack on a Polish ship in the port of Miami. U.S. Charge D'Affaires George Lane met leftist leader Kamal Jumblatt as quiet returned to the battlefronts. Pres. Elias Sarkis readied a timetable for deployment of an Arab peace-keeping force. American diplomatic efforts have been limited by security precautions since the murder of U.S. Ambassador Francis E. Meloy in July. Arab League special envoy Hassan Sabry El Kholy met with rightist leaders in East Beirut to discuss implementation of the peace plan. On Monday, former Jordanian Prime Minister Zaid Rifai met rightist chiefs in what Beirut newspapers characterized as an attempt to reassure the rightists about the stationing of troops from the proposed 30,000-man Arab peace-keeping force in areas they control. Fresh contingents for the force were expected before tomorrow after which Sarkis planned to begin implementing the Arab peace plan. Sarkis' objective was withdrawal of all factions from confrontation lines, followed by reopening of highways and positioning of the Arab force between the rival groups. An important obstacle to the plan has been rightist reservations about letting the Arab forces into areas they control. Personal Autovon may be restored All base residents are aware by now that personal Autovon calls to CONUS via the satellite path have been interrupted since Oct. 4, 1976. Many residents have misinterpreted or have been misinformed about the reason for the interruption. The Satellite Communications Detachment Gitmo is now and has been providing a communications path in excess of 99.99 percent reliability. Due to the loss of the Defense Communications Phase II space craft, NavSatComDet shifted to a new satellite which resulted in shifting the Ground Entry Station (GES) to Lakehurst, N.J., vice Northwest, Va. This shift in the GES required additional commercial lines on the CONUS end to re-route the circuits and satisfy communication requirements. At present, insufficient commercial lines are available to restore the Autovon circuit, however, the Defense Communications Agency is leasing additional lines to satisfy Gitmo's requirements. The new lines are expected to be available in midNovember at which time the privilege of personal Autovon calls to CONUS after working hours may be restored to base residents. WASHINGTON (UPI)--Richard Helms, the controversial former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, has resigned as U.S. ambassador to Iran, administration sources said yesterday. The White House was expected to make the formal announcement later in the day. The sources said Helms decided to resign before a winner was announced in the presidential election in order to make it plain that he wanted to step down no matter who was elected. Helms had spent much of the earlier part of this year in Washington waiting to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on the CIA's part in the Watergate affair, and Fall concert is scheduled The high school band, Zodiac choir and 5th and 6th grade chorus will be having their fall concert on Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the elementary school multipurpose room. General admission is $1. The chorus will sing hits by John Denver and the movie theme "Bless the Beasts and the Children." The band will play "Overture for the Winds" and "Rainy Days and Mondays." Proceeds will be used to purchase a PA system for the band, chorus and school. Base pound has dogs available The dog pound has the following dogs available for adoption: Four adult dogs -one mixed German Shepherd and Labrador housebroken female. One brown and black neutered male, one mixed brown and black housebroken, one white small shorthaired female, picked up in Nob Hill with no collar, and three mixed dachshund male puppies. If interested, call 85860 and leave a message with the dispatcher. his earlier testimony about that involvement. Later, testimony found that the CIA, with Helms' knowledge, gave technical assistance to Watergate burglar E. Howard Hunt, "laundered" political contributions in Mexico and conducted surveillance on some Americans in the United States who had overseas contacts. CCPO offers training class Based on surveyed training needs and Navy mandatory programs for civilians, the following class will be offered by the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office training staff this month. The class will be held in the ComNavBase conference room. A Naval Correspondence Workshop will be held on Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. until noon. The course will cover in detail correspondence formats and local (NavSta, NavBase) correspondence procedures. The course is designed for personnel now assigned or those who will be assigned to deal with preparing or checking outgoing correspondence. Calvin R. Scheidt, Jr. will be the instructor. Commands/departments should nominate individuals who will attend by forwarding to CCPO by Nov. 12 a memorandum indicating the date of class, full name, first middle initial and last name; rank/grade and position of nominees. Particular notice should be given to the location of the course. Peru to purchase Soviet arms LIMA, Peru (UPI)--Peru announced yesterday it would buy 36 supersonic fighter-bombers from the Soviet Union in the first Soviet arms sale in Latin America outside of Cuba because of Moscow's better payment terms. Foreign Minister Jose De La Puente said that after considering offers from the United States, France, Britain and the Soviet Union, Peru decided the Russian proposal "best fitted the needs of its air force and of its treasury." "The extremely convenient terms of payment" played a major part in the decision, De La Puente said. De La Puente denied the purchase had any political implications. He said, "Airplanes have no ideology," the foreign minister said. "All countries renew their air forces periodically." The Peruvian purchase represented the first Soviet arms sales to a Latin American country outside of Cuba and one of the largest armament purchases in recent history in the area. Meal prices raised in general mess In accordance with CNO msg 292358Z Sept. 76 meal prices in the general mess were increased as follows: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Enlisted Military ? .55 1.15 1.15 Others include 25o 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 discontin'ie your ComRats and be issued a chow pass upon request. /A VASE SEEMS TO FLOAT THROUGH THE AIR as Elvira carries it across the stage. Elvira is only visible to Charles. She is the ghost of Charles' first wife who returns to disrupt the ordinarily peaceful lives of Charles Condomine and his second wife, Ruth. "Blithe Spirit" opens tomorrow night at Morin Center for three nights. Curtain time is 8 p.m. (Photo by PH2 M. K. Mayhew) Guantanamo Gazette P age 3

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Wednesday, November 3, 197r Randy Jones wins Cy Young Award flII)--Randy Jones of the San Diego Padres lived up to a preseason prediction and fulfilled a "boyhood dream" yesterday when he was named winner of the National League's Cy Young Award. The 26-year-old lefthanded sinkerball specialist was an overwhelming choice in the balloting of the baseball writers. He received 15 first place votes and 96 points to beat out lefthander Jerry Koosman of the New York Mets and righthander Don Sutton of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jones is living proof that blazing fastball is not needed to be a major league pitcher. He led the National League in victories with 22 games while losing 14. Jones, reached by telephone from San Francisco, said "It's like a boyhood dream come true, an incredible thrill." Jones actually had two seasons in 1976. He was practically unbeatable in the first half of the year, posting a 16-3 record by the All-Star break. But in the second half the Padres faltered and Jones slumped to 6-11 even though he says he pitched about the same. Despite his slump, he still managed to lead the league in victories, complete games and innings pitched. He had an earned run average of 2.74, sixth best in the league, and walked only 50 batters in 315 innings. 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 AWH. 3 outdoor flower pots, $2 ea.; naugahide living room chair, white, $20; toy box/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 DWN or 95463 AWH. 'jrusewer It marked the second year in a row Jones reached the 20-victory plateau. A year ago he won 20 for the first time and posted a league-leading 2.24 earned run average, but finished second to Tom Seaver in the Cy Young voting. Sports scores NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 125, Seattle 113 New Orleans 115, Boston 97 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE N.Y. Islanders 5, Colorado 1 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Phoenix 5, Quebec 3 San Diego 4, Birmingham 3 (OT) Houston 3, Winnipeg 1 Sofa and two chairs, $100. Call 85152 AT. Many different types of exotic plants. Call 90155 AT. 1967 VW bus with 1974 engine, good condition, 2 spare tires. Call 85442 DWH or 951146 AWH and ask for Sam. Barrel boat, 10 x 12, blue and white, fully equiped, 20hp Johnson engine, $1000. Call 90211 AT. Honda 70 SL, $200; freezer, $20. Call 95440 AT. Sears motor bike with 50cc Honda motor for parts, 1 hand fishing reel, brand new. Call 98130 AWH or 95374 DWH. Kenmore washer and dryer, $75; Homemade bar and four stools, $15; Three air conditioners, 12,000, 7,000. 6,000, all for $250 or will sell separately. Available last week in November. Call 97288 AT. Panasonic reel to reel tape recorder, wanted solid state, 4-track, built in speakers, $125; pair of Sears red and At least 4 A/C for Marine Site house. black perma-press drapes, 100X54", Call Capt. Myer, 85600 DWH. $15; 2 pair U.S. Divers flipper-type swim fins, small and large sizes, $10 each. Call 951197 AT. Boy's jackeL, size 12 or 14. Call 99162 AWH or 85861 DWH. Barrel boat, approximately 24X12', sundeck, enclosed cabin, shelves, Someone to fix a button hole screen/plexiglass windows. For furattachment to a sewing machine. ther information contact Witt at Call 85580 AT. 64395 DWH or 951045 AWH. Best offer. 12 x 15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. 1972 Ford club-wagon, V-8, requires extensive repairs to bodywork. May Piano lessons for 5-year-old. Call be seen at the Telephone Exchange 85647 AT. parking lot. Submit offers in writing to ITT Overseas telephone office. services Power lawn mower, runs good, $35; Cakes baked and decorated for all two five-lug VW tires on rims, $5 occasions. Call 994q9 AT. each; girl's bicycle, 26-inch, like new, $30. Can be seen at 15 Tierra K or call 951037 AWH. Will babysit in my home at Granadilin Circle weekdays. Call 96123 AT. Stereo component system, 50 watt amplifier, Micromatic turntable with Husband and wife would like to new cartridge and extra stylus, two housesit anytime during November. speakers with 12-inch woofers, References available. Call 64319 18,000 cycle horn, 5-inch mid-range OWN or 952202 AWN. and 3-inch tweeter. Must see to appreciate. Reason for selling is Couple interested in housesitting just converted to 4 channel system. anytime. Able to take care of pets Call 85774 AT or see at 3 Corinaso and plants. Reference available. Point after 4 .m-Call AE2 Mark Jordan at 64219 OWN. Pick the Pros Football Contest* Win your choice of five different: pr-donated by Special Services and qualify for the Pro-Play Offs Grand Prize by circling your pick of this week's pro games. For the Monday night game circle the winner and enter your guess at the total number of points that will be scored in the game. In case of ties that participant closest to the correct number of points scored without exceed n6 "1::t nouni will be the winner. Sunday, Nov. 7 Atlanta Baltimore Buffalo Cleveland Detroi t Miami New Orleans New York Giants Oakland Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Seattle at San Diego at New England at Houston at Minnesota at New York Jets at Green Bay at Dallas at Chicago at St. Louis at Kansas City afternoon. Only Tampa Bay at Denver Washington at San Francisco Monday, Nov. 8 Los Angeles at Cincinnati TotalI All entries must be received atA one entry per person. Tune in FM IOme Gullett's cast removed from right ankle (UPI)--The cast on pitcher Don Gullett's right ankle was removed by two orthopedic specialists yesterday. One of the doctors says the Cincinnati southpaw could pitch today if he had to. Gullett, an 11game winner, is one of 25 free agents, who will be made available in tomorrow's re-entry draft. The 25-year-old pitcher beat the New York Yankees in the opening game of the World Series, but injured his ankle in the eighth inning and had to leave the game. The injury was diagnosed as a dislocated tendon and a cast was placed on Gullett's right ankle. The injury was termed "a minor problem which should not give him any difficulty in the future." Football players move on to Norfolk Gitmo's touch football team deserves a well done. They hit Roosy Roads like a hurricane and emerged with an unscathed record. Eight members of the team picked to represent the Caribbean were: E. Hansen, E. Jones, I. Williams, R. Sheffield, E. Harris, M. Lopen, L. Prosser and S. Cox. They departed for Norfolk Saturday with Gitmo's best wishes. Bone in Orr's left knee degenerating (UPI)--A doctor in Toronto says the bone in hockey superstar Bobby Orr's left knee has degenerated and will continue to do so as long as he plays hockey. The doctor says Orr has considered leaving hockey, but has not reached a decision. The 28-yearold Chicago Black Hawk star will leave a Toronto hospital today and will rest the knee for at least two weeKs. At that time, there will a further examination. The Hawks paid the Boston Bruins $3 million for Orr this season. points AFRTS/Gazette by Friday 103 for pro games. Phone ports in eief _10ON (UPI)--Defending champion Eddie Dibbs of Miami has advanced in the Dewar Cup Tennis Tournament in London. Dibbs ousted Australian Owen Davidson. Arthur Ashe of the U.S. breezed past a fellow American, Terry Moor of Monroe, La., 6-2, 6-4. The victory took less than an hour and moved Ashe into the quarterfinals of the tourney. HONG KONG (AP)--Ilie Nastase, the rambunctious Romanian, has been seeded number-one for the Hong Kong International Classic. It will run from Nov. 8-14. Roscoe Tanner of the U.S. is the number-two seed. MOSCOW (AP)--The spectacular husband and wife Russian ice skating team of Ludmila Pakhomova and Alexander Gorshkov will end their competitive careers next month. That was reported yesterday by TASS, the Soviet news agency. They've won six world championships. MODENA, Italy (AP)--Niki Lauda of Austria has started a series of test runs in a Ferrari Formula-One racing car. Lauda, who survived a shattering crash early in August, reportedly will be driving for the Ferrari Company again next year. CLEVELAND (AP)--Lee Strange is the new minor league pitching instructor for the Cleveland Indians. The 40year-old Strange coached in the Oakland A's system last season. In 10 years of major league play with various teams, Lee had a record of 62 victories and 61 losses. (UPI)--Top-ranked Michigan is making a shambles out of respectable college football defenses. The unbeaten Wolverines have rushed for almost 391-yards a game, but have rolled up their yardage against teams which have given up only 206.6 yands in their other games. Mike Phipps may play against Oilers (UPI)--The Houston Oilers may see the return of Mike Phipps this Sunday. Phipps, Cleveland's starting quarterback when the season began, suffered a shoulder separation in the opening game. Brian Sipe has been in charge in the last seven games. Phipps could see action against the Oilers. Head coach Forrest Gregg is somewhat irritated at the offense which managed only two field goals in the 21-6 loss at Cincinnati last Sunday. Phipps feels he is physically able to play, but believes his timing may be off. Ij |; g'. Guantanameo Re Wjf JfA A


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