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his new future. V'I E the sun rising role as.vice president will entail. . "I think But Mondale said they agree, the a beautiful vice president should be an active new spirit in partner. iful new com- Mondale says his major activity . I feel good probably will be speaking to Congress for the administration. gratulations Carter aides say Pres.-elect s victory yes- Carter will lose no time in moving as promised to reshape the government. And, L January, when they say, he will fill his cabinet n takes over. mostly with people who are relarn in asthe tively unknown. An extensive prexecutiveon election transition operation has I he and running laid the groundwork to enable twll take full Carter to-begin shaping his adminord's pledge istration before he takes office President-elect in January. already be- Hamilton Jordan, who was Carter's sition arrange- campaign manager, says he thinks .there will be a lot of new faces. ndale plans to Jordan is likely to be a key member o meet with of the newadministration. oesn't expect Carter's political advisers'prenial dufies. dict he will restore the historic eapolis news status of cabinet posts and will he and Carter grant cabinet members autonomy to what Mondale's run their own departments.


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yto be much In Moscow, the government newsFord's. paper Izvestia said that Carter won ho have been the presidential race because publican in U.S. American voters were fed up with ointed over eight years of Republican adminisre glad that tration. Kissinger will "The first analysis of the results Foreign policy- shows that the electorate voted against rather than for," Izvestia's Washington correspondent reported. and South "They opposed the'economic, moral hey expected and political consequences of the erica's foreign eight-year Republican government."
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Teek. The Navy Exchange has an opening or those for a full-time sales clerk in the i. daily. auto parts store. The hours are tions, 8:15 to 5:15, Monday through Thurs. day and 8 to 5 on Saturday. A
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The Exchange is also taking apg for plications for persons interested ion as in working as a sales clerk on Person- on call basis. Such work would e E4-E6 entail working intermittantlyas emaining needed. No experience is necessary mation and the Exchange will train interis ested parties. For more informaDWH. tion call 85348.

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First free agents draft today

(UPI)--Two dozen players go on A h e the open market this morning when
baseball holds its first draft of Mori free agents in New York.
Some owners, including San

whatever it takes to land one of
the established stars. Several
owners, including Bob Howsam of the The Mixed Doubles Tournament held and in the finals Sharon Moroni/Jim world champion Cincinnati Reds, at the Racquet Club Oct. 30-31 was Alger 6-4, 6-4. Moroni/Alger had ahave indicated they -will not -take fast and furious. Magdalene Coffey! first round bye and from there beat part in the draft. Carl Ogilvie were the winners, and Judy and Mike Frietze, Harue Murphy!
Player representative Marvin in the consolation bracket Barb Raphael Gordon, and Elizabeth
Miller thinks that many of the free Smith/Dave Schallert came out on Francis/Charles Gaussiran in split agents will wind up with their or- top. The tournament was double el- sets 6-3, 6-7 and 6-4.. ginal clubs. Miller says- some imination so tough competition went In consolation play, Gayle and players-didn't sign contracts and Tqhckqn-n both ways, to the winners and conso- Allen McCorkle went to the finals became free agents because they lation bracket. f from a first round bye and beat felt they didn't have anything to all eight have vowed never to play I First round play was delayed by Carolyn Worth/Floyd Shaw and Kathy lose. They were curious to find out another game for A's owner Charlie the rain early Saturday morning, Dunn/Dave Hoxsey. Smith/Schallert
-what they were worth on the open Finley. but with a-little rearranging, beat Karen Kraus/Ray Wilson, Karen! market. The draft is really no more than matches played at the COMO Club Schallert/Karl Fletcher and Heidi
The biggest names on the list are a selection-process. Each player courts, etc., everything worked out and Buddy Baker before beating the outfielders Reggie Jackson, Joe on the free agent list can be fine. The tournament committee al- McCorkles in the finals 6-2, 6-2. Rudi, Gary Matthews and Don Baylor; drafted by as many as 13 clubs, in- most did a perfect job, except for There were several outstanding
-third baseman Sal Bando, shortstop cluding the one he played for last the scheduling of three matches (on matches and fierce competition was Bert Campaneris, second baseman season. After the interested teams two courts) at 2:45 Saturday and two not revealed in the scores. Bobby Grich, catcher-first baseman have selected a player, he is then more at 3. - The next tournament is Nov. 13-14. Gene Tenace, second baseman Dave f-e to negotiate with them, If a Oh, well, nobody's perfect! If It is am en's and women's doubles, Cash, and pitchers Don Gullett, player is unabie to come to terms anyone wants to complain about play- so pick your partner and sign up on Rollie Fingers and Bill Campbell. with any of the clubs that choose ing tines or unfair scheduling that the sheet available in the clubhouse
Of the 24 free agents, one-third him, his name will go into a secon- person may become a member of the at the Racquet Club, or call Sharon played for Oakland last season and dary draft in early Fpebruary. tournament committee with all the Moroni 85541W/99277H. Sign-up de
01rights of-making the same mistakes, line is 5 p.m. Nov. 11. Members-W Coffey/Ogilvie moved from round one interested in volunteering to be a
by beating Chris Anderson/Mike member of the tournament committee
Taylor, then went on to beat Gale should meet at the Racquet Club at
and Mike Cherry, Mary and Ken 6 p.m. on Nov. 11 for the tournament
- Jaskolski, Edith and Charles Fleury, draw. See you on the courts. All ads will be run one time only. 1970 Karmann Ghia Volkswagen, one
You must submit your ad each time owner, good tires, excellent condi- named Comeback you want -it printed.- Ads may be -tion, AM, FM stereo, cassette player, Ellis Spores briefsc submitted by calling before 4 p.m -telephone type C.B. radio. For adSp rsb if or by dropping it. in one of the -- ditional information contact YN2of " drop boxes. Ads which discriminate Lam at VC-10 operations-, 64376, or Player of the Year (UPI)--The executive director on thebasis of race, sex, creed, Barracks 526, Leeward, 64306. of the NCAA says a preliminary incolor or national origin will not NEW YORK (UPI)--Dock Ellis, vestigation is underway into be accepted. The staff reserves Black and white, 21" console TV, whose pitching days were believed charges that University of the right to re-write any ad it -$125; 2 tablelamps, $45 a pair; 1 near an end by some experts when he Oklahoma football coaches sold deems necessary. pair144X84 gold and white curtains, left the Pittsburgh Pirates for the game tickets to provide players $22; 7 pair blue curtains, 48X63, New York Yankees, was voted the with extra money. However, univer$12; valance, 72XI1, $4; 2 pair American League's Comeback-Player sity officials say they never have fo-sl green plaid curtains, $10 a pair; of the Year yesterday by United been notified of the probe. full size matching bedspread, $10; Press International.
Zenith console stereo, AM/FM radio 2 sterilizers, $5 each; 2 baby car- Ellis, acquired as a virtual (UPI)--Defending champion Eddie and turntable, $125; refrigerator, riers, $4 each; twin baby stroller, throw-in when the Yankees got sec- Dibbs has lbeen eliminated from the 12 cu. ft., -$80; frosted ash blond $40. Call Mrs. Perez, 85438 DWH-or ond baseman Willie Randolph from $100,000 Dewar Cup Tennis Tournament wig and stand, $3; swimming pool, 96100 AWH. See at lot #30, Trailer the Pirates last winter, was voted in London. The Miami tennis star 2'XlO', $25. Call 95362. Park. the honor by nine of the 25 UPI could not play up to form yesterday baseball correspondents from around because of a poisoned toe and fell
Umbrella stroller; infant's dressing 1968 Chevrolet Nova, 4-door, two- the country who participated in the to England's Mark Cox, 7-5, 4-6, table; bed attachment for automatic owner car, $700. Call 95371 or annual post-season. survey. 6-1. The tourney's top seeds, baby swing; mattress for baby car 95576 DWH. Lou Piniella of the Yankees was Manuel Orantes of Spain and Jaime bed or bassinet (never used); two second with four votes, followed Fillol of Chile, did advance to children's winter coats, sizes 3 and by Minnie Minoso of the Chicago the quarter-finals. 4; and assortment of jackets. Call services- White Sox with three. 98235- With the Yankees he compiled a (UPI)--Rookie quarterback RichaiW Cakes baked and decorated for all 17-8 record and a 3.18 earned run Todd will start at quarterback for 1974 Opel, 19,000 miles, AM/FM, - occassions. Call 95492 AT. average in- 212 innings. It was the New York Jets when they host
stereoi tape player $2,00 Cal Elis ?:E!,best season in the majors. the:Miami DolphinsS unday . Todd 951237 DW- or 95363 AWE. Troy-bilt roto tiller for hire. Use since he had-a 19-9 mark for the led the Jets to a 19-14 victory

on gardens, flower beds, etc. Call Pirates in 1971. over Buffalo last week, completing
* 95498 AWH. -six of 20 passes against the Bills.1974 Honda CB36OG, low mileage, ax- .~- u Although Joe Namath is plagued with cellent condition, helmet and some Will do babysitting in my-home for SPo t scores knee problems, he could be ready spare parts included, $900, negoti- working mothers,. Call 97143 AT. for Miami, but coach Lou Holtz able. Call 99205 AT. said he wanted to make an early deHusband and wife would-like to house- SCORES FROM YESTERDAY -cision "for the peace and tranquilHead lamp assembly, $15 and 2 signal sit anytime during November or Dec- ity of the club." lamp assemblies, $5 each, for Honda ember. References available. Call 100. Call 85479 DWH. Ask for Rick. 64319 DWH or 952202 AWE. N.Y. Nets 100, Buffalo 96 WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Washington Washington 117, Milwaukee 105 Redskins have signed wide receiver
1972 Suzuki TS250, new sprockets and Husband and wife desire to housesit Indiana 113, San Antonio 97 Danny Buggs, waived earlier in the chain, not much to look at but runs during February and March. Call Kansas City 126, Seattle 106 day by the New York Giants. Buggs, well. Hill climber and dirt biker's 9i35DWH for information and refer- Houston 117, Boston 111 (OT) a second year player from West delight, street legal, $475. Call encs. Denver 119, N.Y. Knicks 110 Virginia, was picked in the third
918AT. round of the 1975 draft by the
Responsible couple wishes to house- NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Giants. He is 23-years-old, 6-footNew nylon gabardine coat with remov- sit during the Christmas holiday. Atlanta 7, Washington 0 2 and 185 pounds and runs the 100 able winter lining. For more infor- Call Adams at 64308 DWH or 64306 AWE. Los Angeles 4, Cleveland 2 in 9.5 seconds. The Redskins have mation call 85588 AT. St.-Louis 6, Toronto 2 not announced whom they will cut w anted Montreal 5, Minnesota 2 from their roster to make room for Garrett Money-Hunter BFO discrimina- N.Y. Rangers 6, Vancouver 1 - Buggs. They have had problems at tor metal detector, 6 months old, 12 x 15 gold carpet.- Call 85647 AT.. WOL OKYASCAINwide receiver since Charley Taylor $125. Call 85468 AW:. WORLD_ HOCKEYASSOCIATION was injured before the season Piano lessons for 5-year-old. Call Cincinnati 8, Indianpolis 2 started and had to be placed on Whirlpool washing machine in good 85647 AT. Edmonton 4,.Minnesota 2 the injured reserve list. condition. $50 or best offer. Call
85137 AT. giveaway.More than 100 teams olf event

Bookcase and recliner. Call 951245 3 year old male Gitmo Special dog. Mo e t a 10 tam in g l ev t DWH or 99215 AWE. Outdoor dog, nice anid quiet. Call
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TdSun, Temp. Weather Forecast Hih id:0pmPartly cloudy. 40 1 17O~p Winds SW 8-12 Low tide--1:38pm 1 l knots. Bay SWMZ6 ---7:O3am k Nconditions Sw'.et ---6:25pmTh a'i ry sot-bdd 1-3 feet. Vol. 31, No. 212 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, November 4, 1976 Transition arrangements begun Pres.-elect Carter shows emotional strain at return home PLAINS, Ga. (UPI)--Jimmy Carter returned to his hometown yesterday, showing the emotional strain of his successful 22-month campaign for the presidency, and said he felt his election meant a "beautiful new spirit in this country." The President-elect arrived back in Plains from Atlanta to find a crowd of several hundred neighbors waiting to welcome him with a rally at the abandoned railroad depot that served as his campaign headquarters. Pres. Ford concedes election WASHINGTON (UPI)--Pres. Gerald Ford, his voice almost gone from the rigors of his losing campaign, yesterday conceded the election to Jimmy Carter and urged all Americans to give "your united support to Pres.-elect Carter." Ford telephoned Carter shortly before noon, then made a personal appearance in the White House press room shortly after noon. He made a brief statement, then stepped aside while his wife Betty read his congratulatory telegram to Carter. "Dear Jimmy," the telegram said. "It is apparent now that you won a long and intense struggle for the presidency." "I congratulate you on your victory. As one who has been honored to serve the people of this great "The President urges all Americans to join him in giving your united support to Pres.-elect Carter," Mrs. Ford said. The President had been taking medication for a hoarse throat resulting from dozens of speeches and thousands of miles of traveling in the last 11 days in his effort to close the gap on his foe. Mrs. Ford said her husband wanted to thank the thousands of persons who voted for him. Then she read the telegram, which read in part, "I want to assure you that you have my complete and wholehearted support as you take the oath of office in January. I also pledge to you that I and all members of my administration will do our best to assure that you begin your term as smoothly and effectively as possible. May God bless you and your family." Robert Dole telephoned his Senate colleague, Walter Mondale, yesterday to congratulate him for winning the vice-presidency. Dole later told a news conference the Republican ticket had given the victorious Democratic team a good race, but he says he knew it was doomed when it became clear Louisiana had gone for CarterMondale. Dole also called Pres. Ford and thanked him for the opportunity to run as the Republican vice-presidential candidate. Carter delievered a sentimental speech and for the first time showed the emotional strain of the long battle. At one point, tears filled his eyes and he had to turn away to hug his wife, Rosalynn, before he continued talking. "I told you I wouldn't lose," he said, referring to his optimistic forecast 12 hours earlier in a speech at almost the same site before going to Atlanta to await the returns. Then, after boasting that "I went 22 months and I didn't get choked up," Carter's eyes became filmed and his voice broke. Carter thanked everybody for turning out at such an early hour and noted that dawn had just broken to draw a parallel with his new future. "We meet here with the sun rising in the East," he said. "I think the sun is rising on a beautiful new day, a beautiful new spirit in this country, a beautiful new commitment to the future. I feel good about it." Carter accepted congratulations from Pres. Ford on his victory yesterday. And Carter has promised support of Ford until January, when the new administration takes over. Carter is to be sworn in as the nation's 39th chief executive on Jan. 20. Carter said he and running mate Walter Mondale "will take full advantage" of Pres. Ford's pledge to assist them. The President-elect said "Our staffs are already beginning to make transition arrangements this afternoon." Vice-Pres.-elect Mondale plans to fly to Plains today to meet with Carter. He said he doesn't expect to vanish into ceremonial duties. Mondale told a Minneapolis news conference yesterday he and Carter have not spelled out what Mondale's land, both in Congress and as President, I believe that we must R now put the divisions of the camReactoncontinues paign behind us and unite the country once again. tion's foreign policy to be much different from Pres. Ford's. People on Taiwan, who have been ditionally pro-Republican in U.S. itics, were disappointed over d's defeat but were glad that y. of State Henry Kissinger will removed from his foreign policying position. est German, Dutch and South ean leaders said they expected major change in America' s foreign icy. nking sources in Seoul said th Korea does not expect the ted States to change its policy h regard to the tense situation the Korean peninsula. role as vice president will entail. But Mondale said they agree the vice president should be an active partner. Mondale says his major activity probably will be speaking to Congress for the administration. Carter aides say Pres.-elect Carter will lose no time in moving to reshape the government. And, they say, he will fill his cabinet mostly with people who are relatively unknown. An extensive preelection transition operation has laid the groundwork to enable Carter to begin shaping his administration before he takes office in January. Hamilton Jordan, who was Carter's campaign manager, says he thinks there will be a lot of new faces. Jordan is likely to be a key member of the new administration. Carter's political advisers predict he will restore the historic status of cabinet posts and will grant cabinet members autonomy to run their own departments. be mixed In Moscow, the government newspaper Izvestia said that Carter won the presidential race because American voters were fed up with eight years of Republican administration. "The first analysis of the results shows that the electorate voted against rather than for," Izvestia's Washington correspondent reported. "They opposed the economic, moral and political consequences of the eight-year Republican government." Italian Communist Party chief Enrico Berlinguer appeared gratified by the Carter win. In a statement, he said the election "clearly indicates that a will of change has prevailed in the American electorate." e Africans are called 'rather stupid' LONDON (AP)--Prime Minister Ian ith of Rhodesia says some of the ricans at the Geneva conference the country's future are "rather upid." And he said he will stay ay from the Geneva talks on transrring power to his country's ack majority until he feels here's something to come back r." Smith made his comments yesrday to a British television rerter before flying home. A deputy for Smith meets with ack Rhodesian leaders in Geneva day. The meeting was arranged to spare technical problems posed by rious model deadlines for indendent black statehood. In the interview, Smith complained at some of the black delegations d not turn up to a morning meeting sterday to discuss legal -constitional questions. Smith had deyed his departure from Geneva for e meeting. Smith said, "We've had some stupid puerile behavior from some of the delegates." And he said, "Some of the rather stupid black politicians who are here" were wasting the time of the conference.

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Page 2 Today's meetings BINGO will be played at the Windjammer beginning at 8 p.m. Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, November 4, 1976 Clubs and Organizations BAKE SALE NEEDS ITEMS There will be a bake sale in front of the Marine Exchange Saturday for the little league football program. If you would like to donate any items for the sale you are asked to drop them off between 9 and 9:30 a.m. at the Marine Exchange. Little league football is in need of community support this year because the Community Fund cannot support the teams. For more information call Pat Williams at 97101 or Linda Mayberry at 90282. 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 972516 AWH. C.O. NAVCAMSLANT WILL SPEAK TO AFCEA MEETING MONDAY The Guantanamo Bay chapter of AFCEA will have a dinner meeting Monday 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 tomorrow. GAME WARDEN MEETING MONDAY The Game Wardens will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in quonset hut #1 near the Marine boat shed. 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 tomorrow afternoon at the Marine site pool. Also, all parents of Blue Dolphins are asked to attend a very important meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Yacht Club. The future of the club will depend on your attendance. ARTS AND CRAFT SALE SET The Arts and Craft show will he 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 TOMORROW The Gitmo Swingers will meet tomdrrow at 8 p.m. in the club hall. A workshop will be held at 7:30 p.m. for those interested. 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 AWH or Dave McCampbell, 951001, ext. 373 AWH. CO. L WIVES LUNCHEON TOMORROW The Company L Wives will have theii bi-monthly luncheon at the Nautical Lantern tomorrow from noon until 1 p.m. For more information, call Pat Smith at 67168. Entertainment 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 Lyceum. 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 tomorrow night from 9 until 1. Breakfast will be served from 11: 30 p.m. until 1: 30 a.m. Breakfast is open to the public. PHASE ONE DISCO TO PLAY Phase One Discoteque will be playing Post 46, tomorrow and at the COMO Club Saturday. Education ADULT BEGINNERS SWIMMING CLASS SCHEDULED TO START An adult beginners swimming class! is scheduled to start today. 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 stroke., is invited to attend. CUBAN COOKING CLASS TO BEGIN Are you interested in learni g the art of Cuban cooking? If so, here is your opportunity to do so. Classes are being taught by Mrs. Dolores Duffus. For more information call 97120 between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Next classes convene 15. COLLEGE BOARD EXAMS SATUR This Saturday's sitting of C Boards (SAT or Achievements) w be held in room 3 of the High School building. Those who ha registered should report with kets of admission and ID cards 8:30 a.m. Leeward registrants should report by 8:45. Testin time will be approximately 4 h COOKING CLASSES STILL HAVE OPENINGS Mama Ellie has a few openings her Southern and Mexican cookin class on Tuesday nights and her pastry class on Thursday nights. Come learn to cook some Christm pastries. For more information QrAIAT. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY BASE CUB apt. J H. McComell Capt. David S. DeCon c derCondngO office Ledr. Mchael Cherry .PblickMfairs Officer JO1 Bill Brome. EditYN2 Mke Saaft .Reporter JO3 Roy Griggs. .Reporter The uaataao Gazette is published according to the -le. ad regulations for ship ad station nwspapers as outlined inMVRmos P-35adunethdicio o; the Naval Base public affairs officer. printed thet appear herein are not to be construed as official or a reflecting tev o o~vaeo the Departmnt of. the Navy. 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 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 today 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 tomorrow from 11-1 and in front of the Navy and Marine Corps Exchanges on Saturday during normal working hours. PONTOON BOAT AT DEER POINT 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 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. PRACTICE BOMBING AND STRAFING Practice bombing and strafing will be conducted on the Hicacal target from 4 to 6 p.m., today. For your safety, the Londe 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. MORE LEAVE FLIGHTS SCHEDULE COMNAVBASE has again arranged WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,500,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,632,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,998,000 Community Board -= Need help? Call us. Want to help? Call us. RedCross. 'Ihe Good Neighbor. +

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Thursday, November 4, 1976 IL S]ILILTA IDNS 11 On Nov. 4, 5 and 6, 1976 at 8 p.m. all hands in Gitmo are in for a real treat. The Morin Center patio is the place. It is there that the Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre's thespians will present Noel Coward's sly and charming tale of a jealous ghost, "Blithe Spirit." I was given the opportunity to review the dress rehearsal of "Blithe Spirit" on Tuesday, and I thank Diane Gottlieb, president of the Little Theatre, for her gracious invitation and considering me capable to review and report to the Gitmo community the results of the Little Theatre's latest effort to entertain us. It was a rare o Portunity. Capable or not I thoroughly enjoyed their presentation of this "improbable farce in three acts." it was fast moving, beautifully directed by Sandra Bernstein, hilarious and thoroughly entertaining. Steve Brown who has a list of credits stretching to the northeast Israel defends cultural record NAIROBI (UPI)--IsrAel yesterday defended its cultural record in Jerusalem and occupied Arab territories and won a technical victory in its bid to regain full membership rights in the U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The Soviet Union condemned a speech to UNESCO's general conference by chief Israeli delegate Shlomo Avineri as a "pack of lies" and reserved the right to reply. Avineri defended Israel's record in education in occupied Arab areas and its archaeological excavations in Jerusalem, which have both been under attack in UNESCO. UNESCO two years ago cut off funds to the Jewish state over these issues. He said Israel was "proud of its record" on both issues and in turn accused UNESCO of being "discriminatory" and employing a "double standard." Avineri accused the Soviet Union of "brutally suppressing" the Jewish culture in Russia. This later drew an angry retort from a Soviet spokesman who denounced the entire speech as a "pack of lies." Earlier, Israel won a technical victory over strong Soviet opposition to join UNESCO's European region and get full membership rights in the organization. Despite vigorous Soviet protests, a working commission voted 68-0 to refer Israeli application to join the European region to area members themselves rather than the full plenary of 141 states where Moscow stood a better chance of defeating the application. Conference delegates said they now expected Israel's application to be .approved, reversing a UNESCO decision two years ago blocking the Jewish state from Europe. After that vote the United States cut off its contributions to UNESCO, charging anti-Israeli bias. BASIU gate plays the part of the tormented husband and play it he does with a superb portrayal and feel for the character. Steve Brown is Charles Condomine. Huzza to Steve. His ability to move from mood to mood is remarkable. Diane Gottlieb plays Steve's sophisticated wife, Ruth. Diane's extensive background in the theatre certainly surfaces in the part. She is perfectly cast. She is the epitome of the upper class British housewife and her phrasing and handling the king's English is the mark of a pro. Because Diane is a whirlwind at the Little Theatre business she receives many compliments which she brushes off by claiming she is a masochist at heart. I beg to disagree. Diane is a superb actress as you will note when you watch and listen to her as Ruth. Tweet Coleman of "Sweet Tweet" fame is cast as Elvira. Elvira is the jealous ghost who plays havoc with the occupants of the living room in a home in Kent, England. Tweet is the only real human evidence of perpetual motion that I have encountered, and you will be pleased that she extended her lovin' pretty self to include the Little Theatre. As you might expect Tweet floats on, around and seemingly through the stage with expertness and portrays Elvira to a 'T'. If you miss Tweet in this role you will most certainly regret it. Janice Gabriei plays Madame Arcati and gives that role the dimension it requires. Madame Arcati is a gregarious "rock' & roll' type clairvoyant who gets about on a bicycle. Janice is a busy person in this role and the management of her voice, accent and all, attests to her considerable talent. She is so good in this part that on several occasions I wanted to present my palm for reading. Don't miss her either! Supporting them is Hal Cutten who plays Dr. Bradman. Gloria Sears plays Mrs. Bradman. The Bradman's are family friends of the Condomines and Hal and Gloria pull it off with ease and entertainingly so. Then there is Ruth Houk who plays the part of a fumbling soul who is frightened of her own shadow and the ringing of a tiny dinner bell. And that's for openers. Ruth is perfect in this role. I mentioned to her that she should hire out. Incidentally, Ruth as Edith is full of surprises. I thoroughly enjoyed it all. My compliment to the Little Theatre group for their constant professional effort. "Blithe Spirit" is no exception. It is superbly directed, it is perfectly cast and performed. It's a funny thought provoking play and I recommend it to the Gitmo community. I'm going back with my bride and see it again. Really folks, it's a delight. COL. MARK FENNESSY, USMC Reagan.'at peace with the world' LOS ANGELES (UPI)--Ronald Reagan, who came close to being Jimmy Carter's Republican opponent, says he "would not rule out and wouldn't rule in" another try for the presidency in 1980. Reagan talked with reporters when he appeared to vote with his wife, Nancy, near his home here yesterday. Looking tanned and relaxed, the 65-year-old former governor and movie star was asked whether he felt bitter at not being the Republican presidential candidate after nearly wresting the nomination from Ford. have on him, he said, "Hone at all. "No, I'm at peace with the world," Regardless of the outcome I intend he replied. .to go out on a campaign to use the Asked what effect the outcome of Republican platform to reach a new the presidential election would majority out there for the GOP." Peace keeping forces are readied BEIRUT (UPI)--Pres. Elias Sarkis yesterday laid the groundwork for deploying the proposed 30,000-man Arab peacekeeping force in Lebanon, with or without the cooperation of the country's rival factions. Sarkis awaited only the arrival of reinforcements for the existing 2,300-man token force to put his plan into action, presidential palace sources said. They said the president's plan envisaged separating rightist and leftist combatants, deploying Arab troops along the confrontation lines and reopening vital highways. Beirut newspapers reported that at least 3,000 Syrian troops with armor had moved into eastern Lebanon from Syria. Police arrest extortionists PHILADELPHIA (UPI)--Philadelphia police yesterday arrested three men and charged them with attempting to extort $1 million from the city by threatening to pollute the city's water. Chief Inspector Robert Wolfinger said police had arrested 25-year-old Louis Scott, an apprentice pipefitter at the Philadelphia Naval Base, and charged him with theft by extortion, terroristic threats and other charges. He is being held on $50,000 bail. Scott and 35-year-old David R. Nugent of Pennsauken, N.J., a pipefitter at the base arrested earlier yesterday, and a third base employe will appear in court Monday. The arrests followed a two day investigation by various departments into a tape recording mysteriously left in a City Hall records room. An official said information leading to the arrests came from a confidential source. In the recording accompanied by c note to Mayor Frank Rizzo, the extortioners threatened to pour 1,000 gallons of home heating oil into the city's water supply unless the $1 million ransom was paid. The city complied with instructions but never received a signal to hand over the money. Army investigates rigged bids WASHINGTON (UPI)--U.S. Army investigators said yesterday that rigged bids on U.S. purchasing contracts in South Korea continue to enable Korean contractors to inflate their profits by as much as 50 per cent. The disclosure is contained in a hitherto secret report, dated June, prepared by an Army procurement review team which investigated the difficulties faced by the U.S. forces in Korea in obtaining goods and services from Korean firms at reasonable prices. "There is little doubt that extra profits result from the "collective" bidding system. Unofficial estimates on the rate of extra profits India postpones national elections NEW DELHI (UPI)--Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi yesterday asked Parliament to postpone national elections for the second straight year. She said holding general elections now would "not be in the larger interests of the country." Law Minister H.R. Gokhale, who moved the bill, also said, "It is felt that it will not be. in the larger interests of the country to have general elections to the House before its present term expires." Parliament extended its five-year term, which was to have ended last March, by one year under legislation stemming from the state of emergency which Gandhi imposed throughout India in June 1975. Opposition members immediately called the bill a "subversion of the sovereignty of the people" and attacked the government for refusing to seek the people's verdict. By a 366 to 4 vote, the lower house Tuesday approved many changes in the Indian constitution. The changes will reduce the role of the once fiercely independent judiciary and increase the power of the executive, especially the prime minister. arising from the artificially high prices range from 30 per cent to 50 per cent and may involve substantial amounts," the report said. It charged that the semi-public Korean Military Contractors Association (KMCA) forced its members to submit pre-arranged bids, some at or near the supposedly confidential estimate and others at higher prices, "known to be just token responses." KMCA, the report disclosed, operated on the basis of information leaked to the association by Korean personnel employed by U.S. military forces. U b The following births are announced by the U.S. Naval Hospital, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: A son, Joseph Michael, Oct. 3, to BM1 and Mrs. Willard L. Hefner. A daughter, Marina Kore, Oct. 11, to GySgt. and Mrs. William L. Oliver. .A son, Mark Charles II, Oct. 12, to RM2 and Mrs. Ricky J. Huber. A daughter, Melissa Ann, Oct. 13, to YN1 and Mrs. Calvin R. Scheidt. *A daughter, Charlotte Melanie, Oct. 21, to YN2 and Mrs. Anthony E. Stanley. A daughter, Amy Suzanne, Oct. 22, to BUI and Mrs. Gary H. Matsenbaugh. A daughter, Catherine Marie, Oct. 22, to BM1 and Mrs. Glenn Fullaway. A son, Robert Daniel, Oct. 30, to GM2 and Mrs. Walter H. Barber. A son, Jonathan Paul, Oct. 30, to AMI and Mrs. Paul S. Olds. Page3 Guantanamo Gazette

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Page 4 First free agents draft today (UPI)--Two dozen players go on the open market this morning when baseball holds its first draft of free agents in New York. Some owners, including San Francisco's Bob Lurie, plan to spend whatever it takes to land one of the established stars. Several owners, including Bob Howsam of the world champion Cincinnati Reds, have indicated they will not take part in the draft. Player representative Marvin Miller thinks that many of the free agents will wind up with their original clubs. Miller says some players didn't sign contracts and became free agents because they felt they didn't have anything to lose. They were curious to find out what they were worth on the open market. The biggest names on the list are outfielders Reggie Jackson, Joe Rudi, Gary Matthews and Don Baylor; third baseman Eal Bando, shortstop Bert Campaneris, second baseman Bobby Grich, catcher-first baseman Gene Tenace, second baseman Dave Cash, and pitchers Don Gullett, Rollie Fingers and Bill Campbell. Of the 24 free agents, one-third played for Oakland last season and m 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 Zenith console stereo, AM/FM radio and turntable, $125; refrigerator, 12 cu. ft., $80; frosted ash blond wig and stand, $3; swimming pool, 2'X10', $25. Call 95362. Umbrella stroller; infant's dressing table; bed attachment for automatic baby swing; mattress for baby car bed or bassinet (never used); two children's winter coats, sizes 3 and 4; and assortment of jackets. Call 98235. 1974 Opel, 19,000 miles, AM/FM, stereo tape player, $2,500. Call 951237 DWH or 95363 AWH. 1974 Honda CB360G, low mileage, excellent condition, helmet and some spare parts included, $900, negotiable. Call 99205 AT. Head lamp assembly, $15 and 2 signal lamp assemblies, $5 each, for Honda 100. Call 85479 DWH. Ask for Rick. 1972 Suzuki TS250, new sprockets and chain, not much to look at but runs well. Hill climber and dirt biker's delight, street legal, $475. Call 99178 AT. New nylon gabardine coat with removable winter lining. For more information call 85588 AT. Garrett Money-Hunter BFO discriminator metal detector, 6 months old, $125. Call 85468 AWH. Whirlpool washing machine in good condition. $50 or best offer. Call 85137 AT. Bookcase and recliner. Call 951245 DWH or 99215 AWH. Guantanamo Gazette Tackson all eight have vowed never to play another game for A's owner Charlie Finley. The draft is really no more than a selection process. Each player on the free agent list can be drafted by as many as 13 clubs, including the one he played for last season. After the interested teams have selected a player, he is then free to negotiate with them. If a player is unable to come to terms with any of the clubs that choose him, his name will go into a secondary draft in early February. 1970 Karmann Ghia Volkswagen, one owner, good tires, excellent condition, AM, FM stereo, cassette player, telephone type C.B. radio. For additional information contact YN2 Lam at VC-10 operations, 64376, or Barracks 526, Leeward, 64306. Black and white, 21" console TV, $125; 2 table lamps, $45 a pair; 1 pair 144X84 gold and white curtains, $22; 7 pair blue curtains, 48X63, $12; valance, 72X11, $4; 2 pair green plaid curtains, $10 a pair; full size matching bedspread, $10; 2 sterilizers, $5 each; 2 baby carriers, $4 each; twin baby stroller, $40. Call Mrs. Perez, 85438 DWH or 96100 AWH. See at lot #30, Trailer Park. 1968 Chevrolet Nova, 4-door, twoowner car, $700. Call 95371 or 95576 DWH. services Cakes baked and decorated for all occassions. Call 95492 AT. Troy-bilt roto tiller for hire. Use on gardens, flower beds, etc. Call 95498 AWH. Will do babysitting in my home for working mothers. Call 97143 AT. Husband and wife would like to housesit anytime during November or December. References available. Call 64319 DWH or 952202 AWH. Husband and wife desire to housesit during February and March. Call 95351 DWH for information and references. Responsible couple wishes to housesit during the Christmas holiday. Call Adams at 64308 DWH or 64306 AWH. wanted 12 x 15 gold carpet. Call 85647 AT. Piano lessons for 5-year-old. Call 85647 AT. giveaway 3 year old male Gitmo Special dog. Outdoor dog, nice and quiet. Call 85468 AT. Swivel-wheel stroller, $5; stroll'n fold stroller, $10; Sears sterilizer, yard sales $5; cool mist vaporizer, $5. Can be seen at 1194-B Center Bargo. Call 1183 and 1184C 97143 AT. from 9 a.m. to Barrel boat, fully equiped, 20 HP Johnson, $1,000. Call 90211 AT. pliances, reco 951259 or 9616 Center Bargo, Saturday 1 p.m. Clothing, aprds, tapes, etc. Call 5 AWH. 24 Trailer Park, Saturday, 9 a.m. to Two 35 HP Chrysler motors. Good for 2 p.m. Lots of clothing, chord orparts. Call 98256 AT. gan, speakers, hair dryer and more. Thursday, November 4, 1976 At the net ShBy S1on Moroni The Mixed Doubles Tournament held at the Racquet Club Oct. 30-31 was fast and furious. Magdalene Coffey/ Carl Ogilvie were the winners, and in the consolation bracket Barb Smith/Dave Schallert came out on top. The tournament was double elimination so tough competition went both ways, to the winners and consolation bracket. First round play was delayed by the rain early Saturday morning, but with a little rearranging, matches played at the COMO Club courts, etc., everything worked out fine. The tournament committee almost did a perfect job, except for the scheduling of three matches (on two courts) at 2:45 Saturday and two more at 3. Oh, well, nobody's perfect' If anyone wants to complain about playing times or unfair scheduling that person may become a member of the tournament committee with all the rights of making the same mistakes. Coffey/Ogilvie moved from round one by beating Chris Anderson/Mike Taylor, then went on to beat Gale and Mike Cherry, Mary and Ken Jaskolski, Edith and Charles Fleury, Ellis named Comeback Player of the Year NEW YORK (UPI)--Dock Ellis, whose pitching days were believed near an end by some experts when he left the Pittsburgh Pirates for the New York Yankees, was voted the American League's Comeback Player of the Year yesterday by United Press International. Ellis, acquired as a virtual throw-in when the Yankees got second baseman Willie Randolph from the Pirates last winter, was voted the honor by nine of the 25 UPI baseball correspondents from around the country who participated in the annual post-season survey. Lou Piniella of the Yankees was second with four votes, followed by Minnie Minoso of the Chicago White Sox with three. With the Yankees he compiled a 17-8 record and a 3.18 earned run average in 212 innings. It was Ellis' best season in the majors since he had a 19-9 mark for the Pirates in 1971. Sports scores SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION N.Y. Nets 100, Buffalo 96 Washington 117, Milwaukee 105 Indiana 113, San Antonio 97 Kansas City 126, Seattle 106 Houston 117, Boston 111 (OT) Denver 119, N.Y. Knicks 110 ,NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Atlanta 7, Washington 0 Los Angeles 4, Cleveland 2 St. Louis 6, Toronto 2 Montreal 5, Minnesota 2 N.Y. Rangers 6, Vancouver 1 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Cincinnati 8, Indianpolis 2 Edmonton 4, Minnesota 2 and in the finals Sharon Moroni/Jim Alger 6-4, 6-4. Moroni/Alger had a first round bye and from there beat Judy and Mike Frietze, Harue Murphy/ Raphael Gordon, and Elizabeth Francis/Charles Gaussiran in split sets 6-3, 6-7 and 6-4. In consolation play, Gayle and Allen McCorkle went to the finals from a first round bye and beat Carolyn Worth/Floyd Shaw and Kathy Dunn/Dave Hoxsey. Smith/Schallert beat Karen Kraus/Ray Wilson, Karen/ Schallert/Karl Fletcher and Heidi and Buddy Baker before beating the McCorkles in the finals 6-2, 6-2. There were several outstanding matches and fierce competition was not revealed in the scores. The next tournament is Nov. 13-14. It is a men's and women's doubles, so pick your partner and sign up on the sheet available in the clubhouse at the Racquet Club, or call Sharon Moroni 85541W/99277H. Sign-up de line is 5 p.m. Nov. 11. Members interested in volunteering to be a member of the tournament committee should meet at the Racquet Club at 6 p.m. on Nov. 11 for the tournament draw. See you on the courts. Sports briefs (UPI)--The executive director of the NCAA says a preliminary investigation is underway into charges that University of Oklahoma football coaches sold game tickets to provide players with extra money. However, university officials say they never have been notified of the probe. (UPI)--Defending champion Eddie Dibbs has been eliminated from the $100,000 Dewar Cup Tennis Tournament in London. The Miami tennis star could not play up to form yesterday because of a poisoned toe and fell to England's Mark Cox, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1. The tourney's top seeds, Manuel Orantes of Spain and Jaime Fillol of Chile, did advance to the quarter-finals. (UPI)--Rookie quarterback Richar Todd will start at quarterback for the New York Jets when they host the Miami Dolphins Sunday. Todd led the Jets to a 19-14 victory over Buffalo last week, completing six of 20 passes against the Bills. Although Joe Namath is plagued with knee problems, he could be ready for Miami, but coach Lou Holtz said he wanted to make an early decision "for the peace and tranquility of the club." WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Washington Redskins have signed wide receiver Danny Buggs, waived earlier in the day by the New York Giants. Buggs, a second year player from West Virginia, was picked in the third round of the 1975 draft by the Giants. He is 23-years-old, 6-foot2 and 185 pounds and runs the 100 in 9.5 seconds. The Redskins have not announced whom they will cut from their roster to make room for Buggs. They have had problems at wide receiver since Charley Taylor was injured before the season started and had to be placed on the injured reserve list. More than 100 teams in golf event (UPI)--More than 100 teams will tee off today in the National Team Championships at Lake Buena Vista, Fla., the last event on the 1976 PGA calendar. Defending champions in the $200,000 tourney are Jim Colbert and Dean Refram, who shot a whopping 36-under-par a year ago. Colbert and Refram could be the team to beat again as they tuned up with a 13-under-par 59 in yesterday's pro-am. Mark Hayes, who won the rain-delayed Pensacola Open on Monday, is partnered with Ted Goin of Stillwater, Okla. That twosome had a torrid 15 below par yesterday. Other prominent teams in the field are Tom Weiskopf and Ed Sneed, Lanny and Bobby Wadkins, Hubert Green and Mac McLendon, Ben Crenshaw and Eddie Pearce, and Sam and J.C. Snead. o o w .Afl f I/ I-


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