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Vol. 31, No. 222 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, November 18, 1976



Nessen says Ford would 18 days left to buy Cuban- Carter asks to reorganize government
American Friendship support. Similar words of approval

approve SALT agreement Day tickets for Carter and his programs, came
from Sens. Hubert Humphrey and Mike
"See page 2 for your area repre- Mansfield. . WA.SHINGT'ON (...,I)--Presidenti" sentative." Also up for discussion was the News Secy. Ron Nessen said yester- economy. Several of those at the
day Pres. Ford would approve a new 1 session reportedly complimented strategic arms agreement with 7 l killed in Carter for letting the American
Russia if he could get one before in.people know he realizes it will take
he goes out of office because it time to trim the unemployment- rate.
would be, as Nessen said,"in otel i Carter is trying to develop a workAmerica's interest". ing relationship with Congress, and
Talks'on a second stage SALT AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)--Four says yesterday's discussion was
Agreement have been underway for Palestinian terrorists invaded the fruitful.
two years. Nessen said there has luxurious Intercontinental Hotel in Carter's transition team put its been progress in the last several Amman, Jordan, yesterday and seven Washington operation into gear yesmonths. people died before Jordanian com- terday, setting up headquarters in mandos ended the siege. LOVEJOY, Ga. (UPI)--Jim.y Carter an office that used to belong to The guerrillas killed the hotel met with Democratic congressional the secretary of health, education receptionist with a hand grenade leaders'yesterday, and a high source and welfare. To rkthe opening, when they entered the lobby. They says Carter asked them for authority Carter's staff opened the quarters also killed another hotel employe. to reorganize the executive branch. to reporters and camera crews, then Three of the gunmen were killed The meeting took place at Sen. got to work looking for staff to and the other wounded when the com- Herman Talmadge' s Lovejoy, Ga., help run the new administration. mandos stormed the upper floors of home. The source also says Carter Carter is assuring NATO members the hotel, where the guerrillas told the Democrats he plans talks that the U.S. plans to strengthen tried to take hotel guests as hos- with their Republican counterparts its ties with Europe. Carter fortages. Three of the guests were in an effort to restore a biparti- warded that message through U.S. wounded. - san foreign policy. Rep. Jack Brooks to a gathering of Helicopters lowered some of the Carter said he wants Congress to NATO representatives meeting in Nessen would not say whether Ford commandos to the roof of the re-enact the so-called Hoover Williamsburg, Va. Brooks told aswould consult with Pres-elect Intercontiental and they fought Reorganization Act that would allow sembly members that while Carter
Jimmy Carter before approving a new their way down while others in the the President to change the federal was unable to attend the conference,
agreement. Carter has said that lobby fired into the upper floors. bureaucracy. House Democratic he firmly supported the goals of
easing the nuclear arms race would The gunbattle lasted four hours. Leader Tip O'Neill promised his full the North Atlantic alliance.
bone of his first foreign policy
goals.
Apoesanatthas rer Plans progress for Cuban-American Friendship Day
ed production of 60 more Minuteman
missiles because of a lack of pro- "Us"' is coming to Gitmo for A limited number of tickets are command and department ceremonies gress in the SALT Two Agreement. Cuban-American Friendship Day on sale and the committee advises instead. The only awards planned
But the Defense Department says In addition to "Us", a six-member those wishing to attend the event are to the American who has conthe additional ballistic missiles band from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to buy tickets early. (See page tributed most to the Cuban communwill go into storage and will not the Dec. 6 event will feature roast two for a list of ticket salesper- ity over the past year, plus one to be added. now to the<;550 Minuteman pig, steamship round, fried chicken, sons.) Tickets will not be on sale the Cuban employe with the longest missiles deployed for use in war. rice, blackbeans, plantain chips, on Cuban-American Friendship Day. period of service aboard the base.
tamales, salad, rolls, plus ham- In keeping with plans for a short- Mama Ellie and Friends will pro2 inspectors augment burgers an~d hot dogs for the ened program, individual awards vide entertainment for small chilchildren. will not be presented to Cuban em- dren.
Housing Office Due to loss of support from the ployes during the celebration. Further details will be announced Community Fund allrbase residents Aw.ards wi-ll be given at individual as they become available. Te Housing Office has recently will be required to buy tickets for
3 en augmented with the addition of the event,' except children under N
o full. time inspectors., six-years-old. N
They will be in the housing areas A- special bus, following the reinspecting -to insure that grass is gular route, wilL start' at the Naval
being cut, fences are being proper- Hospital at noon and at 1 p.m. for
ly maintained, automobiles are not persons holding tickets to the improperly parked, and yards are event,.which will begin with a
free from trash and debris. Cita- social hour, at 12:30 at Phillips
tions will be issued to occupants Park. It is expected that the bus
for failure -to comply with the pro- ride will take about 30 minutes.
~Visions of the Famnily Housing Lt. Ed Oakes, chairman of the
Booklet (NAVSTAGTMOINSTl11101.10). planning committee for the eighth
Corrections should be taken care annual event, said the official
of within a reasonable length of program will be cut to a minimum
time. Occupants are reminded that again this year to allow more time they areiresponsible for the upkeep for social activities. Also, as in
and appearance of their quarters, last year's event, a pay-as-you-go
both Inside and out. bar will be in effect.


Sadat makes proposal to congressmen 65k

CAIRO (UPI)--Pres. Anwar Sadat W'olff, D-N.Y. The group is on a
proposed yesterday that the U.S. Middle East tour.
Congress call for a dialogue between Sadat also told the congressmen AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK: Jasmin Baylosis receives assistance from her
oil' producers and consumers to set- 'he did not 'expect oil prices to be ninth grade algebra teacher, Leon Pohlman, while working on a problem. In tle their differences over petrole- 'increased by more than 15 per cent yesterday's Gazette it was incorrectly stated that "A Funny Thing Happened
um and commodity prices. at next month's meeting of-the on the Way to School" would be tomorrow night. The skit, done by theorganization of Petroleum Exporting faculty, will be tonight at 8 in the multi-purpose room at the elementary SCountries at Doha; capital of the school. (Photo by PH3 Izzo) Persian Gulf state of Qatar.
S, < Sadat suggested that the .two- houses
of Congress issue "a declaration to
the oil producers and consumers to~ C i a s t f u l a x l so
_A sit together and discuss matters."'
He said, "The producers complain
about higher prices of food and other WASHINGTON (UPI)--China set off The Environmental Protection

tie es to sirt ogehter and I am September blas . a o f fallout dends

~~sure you ;can :reach a setlement. :' U.S. officialss immediately activ- partly on weather conditions at, the

, i :He fisaid he made a similar question ! stations to monitor radioactive the United states. : : � to US. Sey "of State: Henry A. fa1 out" from the blast. It was an . I n a broadcast .. monitored in Ksigrtreyasaoflong above-gron bas*t.: This is the Tokyo, the official .Chinese News
Sat >avance e fiea >at a :meet-!, the Arab oil embargo imosed during tkype :whichpro6ducles the familiar Ai:.gency described the test as a .

ea :onfrom -the :House of� " .. < but Henry did not give im portance particless int ho ' .. .. . ....the atmosphere where . . the "Soviet Union,, .. and. the United "'
Rersnttvs ldb Rep. Lester t o mypoosal. ' 'inds propel them around the word State.... .. .. ..







Page 2 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, Novemfber 18, 1976


Today's meetings T


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WATER STATUSBultnm fip roe o m

YESTERDAY'S FIGURES m liproero

TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,350,000elmnaysho ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,286,000 B a d TOTL IN STORAGE: 18,560,000






Clubs and Organizations Sports "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE Commissary-Exchange BROWN"

CPO DVIORYGROP MTORCCLETEA REAY ACEThere will be a brief technical
CPO DVIORYGROP MTORCCLETEA REAY ACE meeting for all those working with CIGARETTES PRICE INCREASE
Ther wil b a metig o th Thee wll e aspecal wo-our "You're a Good Man, Charle Brown"
Thee wllbe metig f te her wil e aspcia to-hur tomorrow, 6 p.m. at Morin Center. Due to cost increase, all tax
CPO Advisory Group tomorrow at 1 p.m. team relay race Sunday at the Sher- All those working backstage or with free cigarette selling prices will man Avenue motorcycle track. Prac- costumes are asked to attend, be increased 15 cents per carton, TEEN CLUB -~tice and registration starts at nloon and single package prices will be
and races begin at 1 p.m. All teams increased to 32 cents per pack. The Teen Club needs a director. will be picked by track officials WINDJAMMER CLUB This price increase will be in Anyone interested please call 98137 according to bike size and rider OriigEeet ilpa teftect weaedday. after 2 p .mi . ability. -No racing experience need- Oring le ntwllpa.t ed for this race. Trophies will be the Windjamwer .Saturday from 8:15 COFFEE HOUSE awarded. All new riders will receive p.m. until midnight. RUGS TO GO ON SALE their first month's membership free.* Pegasus will play Sunday, Tuesday, The Navy Exchange has .recieved The "relational lab" scheduled for Call Dave at 96112 or Rick at 952262. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, SaturSatrdy ~ caceled .day, Sunday and Tuesday. All per- a shipment of 9X12 rugs which
Satrda hs bep anelld.formances are from 8:15 p.m. until will be on sale in front of the SAILING REGATTA midnight. Navy Exchange Saturday. They will PAC 41,WEBLO DN IAN 2There will be no bingo played at also have recliner- for 20 per cent
40, eblo en1 nd2There will be a sailing regatta the Windjammer Thanksgiving Day. off. A-11 sales are cash and carry.
Pack 40,WblsDn1ad2 (Bullseye) held Nov. 27 at noon, BigwllrsmDe.2
will meet at the Cub Scout hut to- starting at the NavSta fish and gear Bing Willdresme C. 2.inro night at 7 p.ms. For further infor- locker. Anyone wishing to enter can Thl e Win3m mer Club ksdiningo mation call Ron Walker at 96135 AT. call 951160 DWH to register. Sign- will be ope 3f ptm, thanksiingl up dadlie isNov 24 t 1 ~m. turkey, special gourmet dinners will
be featured for your dining pleasure.
PHOTO CLUB OFFERS COURSE . JUNIOR FLAG FOOTBALL The price will be $3 for adults and 95 cents for a special children's LETTERS TO SANTA The Guantanamo Reflex Photo There will be an organizational . plate.
Club announfces. a. basic photographic meeting for the 1977 Junior Flag Couple's Night is scheduled for. Santa's helpers have brought to developing and printing course Football Commission Friday at 7 . Nov. 27 at the Windjammer. Pegasus Gitmo some drop boxes for letters to

beginning Nov. 23. The course of p.m. in the multipurpose room of will play from 8:15 until midnight. .Santa. In order to assure that Santa instruction will cover development the W.T. Sampson Elementary School. There will be favors and prizes to receives these letters in. time to of ngtvsand photo enlarging. This meeting could be crucial to the early birds. read them to the children on teleThe fee for this session is $5.00. the success of junior flag foot-vionthleermutbino For reservations, contact Bill ball for the coming year. ~All par- later than Dec. .7. Santa's helpers Tucker at 98152 AWR. ents of prospective players and WNJME MOIShave placed these boxes in the Toyother interested persons are asked WNJME MOISland of the Navy Exchange.
CUB SCOUT PACK 401 to attend. For more information Fri.- The Winds of Autumn, PGSAT CL SIS OMN call SSgt. Mayberry at 95325 DW~H or Scalawag, PGSAT-LU ISCMN Pack 401 will hold their monthly 90282 AWR. Sat.-.A Woman for all Men, R. Santa Claus will come to town Nov. meeting Tuesday 'at the Cub Scout The Outfit, PG 27. He will arrive by USS Santa hut at 7:30 p m. For more informa-- CRICKET Sun.- Our Tine, PG 1GCasa h letLniga on tion call Pat Smith at 97168. Tue.- The Outlaw, Josey Wells, PG Saus.at thel Fet Lnding a its non The- Phantom CC will take on the We. ietMve Gthe children. Later he will be n RIFLE -AND PISTOL CLUB Youth All, Stars in~ a cricket match Thu.- St. Ives, PG available at the Navy Exchange for W Kto be played at Cooper Field Sunday .pictures with the children and to The Ril and Pistol Club will at 11:30 a~m. Th ulci.nie hear their Christmas wishes.
hol areogaizaioalandbuinestowatch and any group or- individual Special notices meeting Saturday at 3 p.m. in the nterested in learning about the club houe located at the old naval; gane can contact Ewan 0. Meiklejohn station corral. All members, former at 85206 1*1H. COMMI.SSARY CLOSED THANKSGIVING members and interested citizens of
Gfoare urged-ti attend. For fur.- ~. TREASURE AND TRIVIA The Commissary Store will be clostherfrmaionC, call 90251 or E!ntertain~ment ed Thanksgiving Day. 951,4-9 AWH1; Treasure and Trivia will have a TH CRESCENDO used toy sale Saturday from 9 a.m.

d:ITMO SINGERS'.TE. until noon. The shop will be open ilse can hil -Jimmy Hutcherson and the Crescendos Monday instead of Tuesday and will The presnt squaredance ..ass.wll*wil appear on the patio of the CPO be open Nov. 26 during regular
have their hl-wy party tflomorrw i Club Friday from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. hours. Gitmo Christmas cards, 1977 the clb 1hall...Poq'luck andsquare -Saturday the Crescendos will be at calendars and cook books are availdancing afterwards - ill & tart at. the Staff NCO Club from 9 p.m. until able at the Treasure and Trivia 6:30 p.m. Any Swne that-hasnot 1 a.m. Shop. signed up to bring a dih pes
contact Glori~a at 9,14.ORB ITING ELEMENTS 'SERVMART AND RETAIL CLOTHING STORE Tic~~ketso ae ~ bn
CHILDREN'S SQUARE DANCE CLASS The Orbiting Elements will be per- SOETceso saefor C bn forming at Pqst 46, Devil Dog Den The Naval Station Servmart and The children's square dance class Friday from 8 until midnight. Sat- Retail Clothing Store will be clos- American Friendship Day will. not mee~,t Saturday. Classes urday they will be at the Windjammer ed tomorrow for unventory. All comwill resume Nov. 27.. The children Club from 8 until midnight. mands are requested to complete Tickets are now on sale for Cubanare scheduled to graduate Dec. 4. subject material requirements by American Friendship Day. The annual party is planned. Parents will be U. S. NAVAL . .GUANTANAM4O BAY, tod~y. Normal operations will celebration is scheduled for Dec. 6 contacted. For more information BASE .CUBA resume at 9 a.m. Saturday. at 12:30 P.m. at Phillips Park. call Sandy Ross at 95455 AT or Phil ueolsofuprtrmth Newkik at9829 AT.Community Fund all base residents,
-Newkirk~~~~ at 989PT u to ils fpo fo h LIVE FRING xc~pt children under six years of TACOSAL LIV FIINGage, will be required to buy tickel-o
There will be a T-aco Sale~ Saturday OtJHal Cto.11~ Capt, David W. DCh iefrigi chdldasflos Contact one of the following locaNaval B-eN-1 Staticto ersnatvsfrtces at the Marine Corps Exchange Snack ioecder~ ecmadiag Officer Today - 2 util 8 p).m.tinrpseaiesfrikts







Thurday, November 18, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page 3


U AW ratifies . Gilmore regains


Sew contract conscious ness

DETROIT CUPI)--The United Auto SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)--Gary
:Workers Union has narrowly ratified Gilmore, the condemned killer who its new three-year contract with joined his fiancee in 'an attempted Chrysler Corporation. This despite suicide pact, regained consciousa near veto by skilled tradesmen. ness yesterday, but Nicole Barrett stayed in a deep coma from her
The pact, which covers 118,000 overdose of sleeping pills.
rwoers, Gilmore is on his way to recovery 622 votes. The industry pattern- and now in fair condition, despite setting Ford contract was approved his pulling out intravenous medicalast month by a scant 489-vote mar- tion tubes yesterday. However, gin... J- " Mrs. Barrett, a divorced mother of two who had said she. intended "to
Contract talks with General Motors go with" Gilmore when he died, reare continuing, against a Friday mained in critical and comatose strike deadline. condition at a hospital in Provo,' 45 miles south of Salt Lake City.
Gilmore, who was lying on a hosForty-thousand members of the pital bed with his legs chained and UAW walke off the job at two guards stationed in the room, International Harvester plants in was not told of Mrs. Barrett's con11 states this mor ng. Negotia- dition, said hospital spokesman tors in Chicago worked to the~ 1:01 Jh ehy a.m. EDT .da.dine trying to reach Officials. say Mrs. Barrett is the settlement on a new contract. prime suspect in the question of

how the death row inmate obtained
e United Auto Workers Union enough tranquilizers to attempt twantsInternational Harvester, the suicide. Police say they'll also nation's largest farm and cOnstruc- question Gilmore's attorney Dennis
4 ion equipmentmaker, to follow the Boaz and an uncle, both of whom
industry contract pattern set by SCENIC GITM : THE INSECT POPULATION is very much a visited him at his cell the day beDeereand Company earlier this part of our Gitmo community. These wasps, living at fore he took the overdose of the month. That pact was reached after Glass Beach, will gladly dispute any claims to the drug seconal. a 39-daystrike. contrary. (hoto by GySgt. Roy Wilson) The Utah Board of Pardons, which had planned to hear Gilmore's plea
Planning tour for death before a firing squad yesterday, continued his stay of
execution until a special hearing
Sarkistalkswithand A ..r.b leaders on Dec. 6. He is expected to ask . . eoane for murder be carried out.

~BEIRUT (UPI)--Clashes were reported for Christian >rightist forces in the the radio said.
between rival pro-Syrian and anti- south of the country, leftist-held "He has said that he, along with yrian in Beirut Beirut Radio sad yetrda. the brother Arab countries, will take Com m ittee serves yesterday. It was the first major the necessary steps to put an end to outbrea oilee since> Syrian Israeli provocations in the South." peace-keeping forices entered Beirut. Christian rightist forces in the su p e a
Lebans Pres. Elias Sarkis h as South have received arms and training begun a series of talks with Lebanese ,~from the Israelis and taken over a
': ' " ....... (UP)--It will be 13 years ago and Arab ead on > Is re i support chain of villages along the border Mond y--ht wil l e nndy as ago l
' i: : > ...... ..... Monday that John Kennedy was killed
that provide Israel with a buffer
in Dallas.
,�a *} ~~zone. ,:
zone. .There will be no public memorial
M1 ugabe anid Nkom o Th yindmntdAa ec- in the city where he died. In other TeSran-dominted Arab peace- o _ :, . : y ear s , t h e D al la s Coun cil of : keeping force was not expected to
pneraebew itn R r i Churches organized a ceremony at
the>So nnedy Memorial Plaz, a block from where he was shot.
GEN~A. > i) --1jilit~n4od. IF national repercussions of such troop MyrRbr od se h
GEEV (P)-Miitn Rodsinmoemnt earhe Is..................! Mayor Robert Foldm asked the :!
back niationalis~t leaders Robert mvensnath Iralibdr. council to cancel the ceremony this Israel has repeatedly said it would
Mugabe rand Joshuia Nomno backeddown year because public interest has s not tolerate the Arab armyn i en solow. Hisoffice says that estrda'an sad tey reprepared Sri a ocdhscnen bres ens o.Hsofc asta
start talking now with Britain - o theaki sitatin o iced he iSot nd Mders pl s in recent years there have been albout the formation f a pre e a .a.. most more organizers than partici'pendence interim goerment. discus~sed- the issue with 'various re- Sarkis was planning a tour of Arab pants.
Th-topatnrsina "Patioti ligious and- pol tcal prsonalities," 'capitals in the near future., The House Select Committe eon ont,'" had previously refused to -Assassinations -biegan serving subdicuss any other issue unless Ivo~r ponsfris- ivsgaon f Ti ad rehnv ig cin i~pona fo i, sre-invest i~a o of Rihartd, British chairman of the Tio a d B e h e i n c m u iqIJue ~ thie killing ofPres. 1Kennedy nd
p e talks, set a defini- DrMartin L,uther King Jr
tive adb nd dat for Rhodesia's BLRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)--The theree can be no ilioins about subpoenas. will bring in some witness y Soviet Union publiclypledg closer the differences in ses but are aimed mainly at obtainr . -their time yesterda'to rspct the systems of the -twocountries. ing material already in the files e now studyingthe British Yugoslavia's right follow its The official emphaszed, "These of the CIA -and FBI.
prorthe shapeofthein- on brand of Com rather than differences cannot be an obstacle CIA DirectorGeorge Bush commented teri govrnent andarme waiting -that dictated by Mow to the development of cooperation yesterday on published reports that
fo he chimn to arrange b-lat-' the- late FBT -Director J. Edgar
l talks with us on the subject," Hoover wrote a memo concerning Lee
aPatr rotspokesman sid. Harvey Oswald and the Cubans. Acic ad refused to set any - cording to the report, Hoover said
imdate, arguing that this would he- had been told that Oswald notidepenn how long it will take to fied the Cubans in advance that he
coplt th legal and constituton-~ planned to kill Kennedy. -
-teps in d in the independ Bush said he thinks the memo will ence'iib poes prove to be a fake, or non-existent. He lef Mugabe and -Nkomo waiting
it ei resective hotels while heofteiterimn government.ex i t
Rcad met Tuesday with Ndabaningi i
a e called ine e
itea, of the African MOSCOW (UPI)--American guides and
Na i UO iouncil. iSoviet militiamen cleared some 1,200
Bitish offisials said low-level Russian visitors out of the huge
-onat were maintained with - -The important concession was made (but) there are constant differences Americam bicentennial exhibition in Mgab ,an -Nkomo and there 'were no -~in a communique signed at the con- between the parties." - Moscow yesterday after a bomb threat.
sins "qute the-contrary," that clusinof three days of talks be- The Kremlin's recognitionmof. Frank Ursino, director of the $1.2 thywould qui the conference as -tween Sovet Communist Party Leader Yugoslavia's right to follow its million Amrcnexhibition, was inthe had threaened Leonid I. BrezhneanPrsTio owqn path of Communism marked a step formed by Soviet officials at 12:24







P i'ge 4 Guantanamo (azette Thursday, November 1 8, 1976




CM By Charlie Dupont


With the new classes, Hot Wheels, the Chevy, a dead heat, and a win Street and Trophy, we had the ex- for Kennard.
pected and unexpected happen Sunday. Kennard was on his way to top In the Trophy Class, the Sleeper eliminator position for the third Creeper Honda 100 of yours truly race day in a row but Brian Abel New~~~~~cm s fb l le g e b gn ~dout numero uno. (The expected.) put a stop to this by taking two iI dit by first eliminating Mike back to back from Rich, and just The following is the schedule for The teams are as follows: Wilson driving a tired Ford Galaxy making the Olds look old.
the 1976Recreational Softball 1 AFRTS 7 PWD Maintenance known as the White Streak. Next in In the meantime, McFall in the League. All games will be double- 2 Naval Hospital 8 VC-10 line was John Comack riding a Honda 383 Cuda was at work taking two headers with the first game starting 3 NAS Leeward 9 Supply 100. Now I don't like to brag but from Bradburn in the 390 Mustang, at noon and the second at 3 p.m. 4 DC & E (FTG) 10 ComNavBase I wore John out. and doing a repeat performance on
There will be no 10 run rule. Home 5 FTG Blue 11 Marine Barracks Last and least it was Bob Dunevant J.C. Elsey and the 380 Suzuki. With
teams will be split between games. 6 Co. "'L" 12 PWD #2 in his Green Onion Chevy Nova. I no rest the Cuda was ready to go knew Bob would do just about any- again. Brian on the Yammer Hammer Nov. Field #1 Field #2 l avSta Blue leads thing to get that trophy, so I peel- answered the bell, this time for
20 1-2 10-5 ed his Onion once, then I decided to the Street Class top eliminator,
12-3 . let him do something, so I let him and the Cuda took the first run with
21 11-4 8-7 at mia-season break out. a 16.85. On the second run, Brian,
9-6 In other Trophy Class competition with visions of. making VC-10 home
27 10-3 1-12 With the basketball season half it was John Comack and the 100 Honda for the trophy, moved away from the
,9-4 over, the following are the stand- whipping the tar out of Rod Bell- line, and turned a screaming 16.65,
28 11-2' 7-6 ings as of yesterday: i.on his 250 Briggs and Stratton breaking out by .25 of a second and
8-5 7-6 powered Kawasaki. Bob Dunevant did forking over the top eliminator
Dc First Place NavSta Blue 6-0 his Onion act on Frank Trimmer, trophy to McFall.
4 6-5 8-3 Second Place Hospital 5-1 sending Frank and the 283 powered In the Hot Wheels Class it was
7-4 NAS Leeward 5-1 1954 Cheva-laydown back to FTG for Bill Brooks on the Black Strap 750
5 9-2 1-11 Third Place a shakedown. Honda going against Ray Kibby in
10-12 Fourth Place Company L 4-:2 Charles McFall took top elimina- his 289 powered Ford Maverick.
11 1-10 5-4 Marine Barracks 4-2 tor for the Street Class. The action From the first light it was obvous
6- Fifth Place got underway with Al Bradburn taking that Ray wasn't going to just lay."
1l2 9-11l 7-2 Sixth Place High School 3-3 two in a row from Charles Huston down and take a paddlihg from the
8-12 Seventh Place Galley 1-6 riding a 500cc Suzuki. McFall fol- Black Strap. The battle went down
Jan. Eighth Place Crane Hill 0-6 lowed in his 383ci Barracuda sneak- with a break out by the Honda, a
8 5-2 1-9 Ninth Place NAS Security 0-7 ing past Jim Marshall's 327ci Chevy dead heat, and the last two runs
4-3 powered 1939 cold Olds twice in a going to the Honda with a 15.12
9 7-11 6-12 The last game for the season will row. average.
8-10 be played on Dec. 10. Track regular Don Hall sliced a '15' 7-9 1-8 chunk out of Tom Lambert in his 6-10 1966 396ci Chevelle. It' appeared
16 5-11 3-2 that J.C.~ Elsey was holding a field~~4-l2 ~day on Fords. Riding a 380cc ps o e 22 5-9 2-12 Suzuki J.C. waxed Dave Fawcett's
4-10 CA)--Top-ranked Jimmy Connors 351ci Mustang and went on to put SCORES FROM YESTERDAY' ~' 23 3-11 6-8 meets 'Stan Smith today in quarter- Don Hall1 and the 390ci ranch wagon
7-1 final action in the $125,000 Wembley outof business. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
.30 3-9 12-11 Tennis 'Tournament~ in England. Yes- , For Olin Gambrell and Fred Board. Boston 104, Atlanta 91
2-10 ~terday, Connors ousted Marty Riessen it was the usual battle of the Washington 111, N.Y. Knicks 97
Feb. in straight sets. Fords, with Olin in the 351ci Torino Detroit 118, New Orleans 95
5 4-6 2-8 wagon wearing Fred in the 352ci Indiana 123, Philadelphia 117
3-7 (AP)--The Cincinnati Reds appar- Galaxy out.' Olin wasn't allowed to .Houston 120, Buffalo 114' COT)
6 129 5-1 ently are willing to compromise a get comfortable due to Brian Abel Denver 112, N.Y. Nets 78' 110team policy against long-term con- running wild on the>,400 Yammer Phoenix 103, Milwaukee 95 123512-7 tracts to keep southpaw Don Gullett Hammer. Brian had Dave Boughton's
1from signing with another club. 283ci 1966 Chevy (ideal for my "> NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE 13 8-1 4-1 Gullett played' out his option this grandmother) for lunch, and came Detroit 5, St. Louis 5
'26season, and asked for a five-year right back'to make"Olin's Torino ,N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago. 2 13--10-7 ,.contract before the free agent look like a push cart going uphill. Atlanta 6, Colorado 3 24raft.' " By now I, "ow everyone is wonder- Toronto 1, Montreal 0 9ing aboutthe track bully and his . . Minnesota 3, Cleveland 3
11 -6 (AP)--The University of South big Olds. Well this tine he picked Bu'ffalo 3, Vancouver 2 Florda '~as ame Hal of ameon Tom Ad'dair,' however, Addair 'in
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you want it printed. Ads may be Fender Super-reverb guitar amplifier~ $12 a pair; valance 72Xll", '$3.50; Peacoat, size 40. Call 951001 AT
submitted by calling 951144before 200 watts, $200. Call 64347 DWH, ask 2 pairs green plaid curtains, at the BOQ amd ask for Kevin Knodt,
4 p.m. or roppingit in one of for George. '48X63", $10 and 48X45, $6;rul size room S-11.
the drop boxes located at the matching bedspread, $10; sterilizer,
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ofrace, Iex creed, color or na- 3 picks, $150; 5 string banjo, $60 . 85438 DWH or 96100 AWH. DWH.
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One 23,000 BTU A/C, $75; 'two 12,000 child's doll buggy, like new, $5; 90246 AIWH. f eBTU AC, $50 each; ladies three-spead child's high' chair for doll's, $5; bicycle, $30; men's'three-speed bi- child's doll cradle, $5; woman's Power steering pulley, approximately cycle, $40; Whirlool dishwasher, bowling ball, 12 lb., good condition,' 6 in. diameter, for small V-8 Ford Brake ..e or Volkswagen bus; $150.. Call 95347 AT. '$10. Call 97188A T. unit. Call 85561 DWH and ask for 35 lb. test tbw; set of aluminum ....... ..... Duke.
shaft ardows, never used; boy's win- 196,9Lambretta scooter. Call 85556' ter coat, size 5 or 6; swing set with DW or> 96236. AW. Barrel' boat, 2,4 ),, 12, auudeck, Child's rocking chair and table with 10 ft. slide. oCall 90206 AT. enclosed cabin, she'sves, screen chairs. Call 97283 AT.
Two 22,000 BTU.A/Cs2 : 250 each; ' plexiglass windows. Call Witt at 327 cu. in. Chevy engine with'high '.one 5,000 BTU A/C,~ $75; one 6,000 64395'DWH or.951045 AWH. Will Cocktail waitress for Staff NCO Club. performance rebuiltkit. Call 85407 BTUA/Cs, $75. Call 952205 AT. accept the mest attsr Must be over 21 and have pleasant DWH or 971.13 AWH and ask for Joe I persqnality. Contact Top Ski at Ward Hooker headers for Honda 450. Call 99105 AWH or 64347 DWH. Magnavox stereo with 8 track and Dress form, $15; bar set with pad- four speakers, best offer over $75. services
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Tide, Sun, Temp. Weather Forecast Partly cloudy. htd-5:12pmA Widely scatter~Wtde--l3lmed showers. -Sun tz-6:21pm fl 14 knots. Bay 4'. A li-t-88t t conditions 1Low ---74The fl16kw Y it y~oe-ba ed daity 3 feet. Vol. 31, No. 222 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Thursday, November 18, 1976 Nessen says Ford would approve SALT agreement WASHINGTON (UPI)--Presidential News Secy. Ron Nessen said yesterday Pres. Ford would approve a new strategic arms agreement with Russia if he could get one before he goes out of office because it would be, as Nessen said, "in America's interest." Talks on a second stage SALT Agreement have been underway for two years. Nessen said there has been progress in the last several months. Nessen would not say whether Ford would consult with Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter before approving a new agreement. Carter has said that easing the nuclear arms race would be one of his first foreign policy goals. A spokesman at the Pentagon revealed the administration has ordered production of 60 more Minuteman missiles because of a lack of progress in the SALT Two Agreement. But the Defense Department says the additional ballistic missiles will go into storage and will not be added now to the 550 Minuteman missiles deployed for use in war. 2 inspectors augment Housing Office The Housing Office has recently een augmented with the addition of full time inspectors. They will be in the housing areas inspecting to insure that grass is being cut, fences are being properly maintained, automobiles are not improperly parked, and yards are free from trash and debris. Citations will be issued to occupants for failure to comply with the provisions of the Family Housing Booklet (NAVSTAGTMOINST 11101.10). Corrections should be taken care of within a reasonable length of time. Occupants are reminded that they are responsible for the upkeep and appearance of their quarters, both fnside and out. days left to buy Cuban Carter asks to reorganize government i i Day tickets "See page 2 for your area representative." 7 killed in hotel siege AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)--Four Palestinian terrorists invaded the luxurious Intercontinental Hotel in Amman, Jordan, yesterday and seven people died before Jordanian commandos ended the siege. The guerrillas killed the hotel receptionist with a hand grenade when they entered the lobby. They also killed another hotel employee. Three of the gunmen were killed and the other wounded when the commandos stormed the upper floors of the hotel, where the guerrillas tried to take hotel guests as hostages. Three of the guests were wounded. Helicopters lowered some of the commandos to the roof of the Intercontinental and they fought their way down while others in the lobby fired into the upper floors. The gunbattle lasted four hours. LOVEJOY, Ga. (UPI)--Jimmy Carter met with Democratic congressional leaders yesterday, and a high source says Carter asked them for authority to reorganize the executive branch. The meeting took place at Sen. Herman Talmadge's Lovejoy, Ga., home. The source also says Carter told the Democrats he plans talks with their Republican counterparts in an effort to restore a bipartisan foreign policy. Carter said he wants Congress to re-enact the so-called Hoover Reorganization Act that would allow the President to change the federal bureaucracy. House Democratic Leader Tip O'Neill promised his full support. Similar words of approval for Carter and his programs came from Sens. Hubert Humphrey and Mike Mansfield. Also up for discussion was the economy. Several of those at the session reportedly complimented Carter for letting the American people know he realizes it will take time to trim the unemployment rate. Carter is trying to develop a working relationship with Congress, and says yesterday's discussion was fruitful. Carter's transition team put its Washington operation into gear yesterday, setting up headquarters in an office that used to belong to the secretary of health, education and welfare. To mark the opening, Carter's staff opened the quarters to reporters and camera crews, then got to work looking for staff to help run the new administration. Carter is assuring NATO members that the U.S. plans to strengthen its ties with Europe. Carter forwarded that message through U.S. Rep. Jack Brooks to a gathering of NATO representatives meeting in Williamsburg, Va. Brooks told assembly members that while Carter was unable to attend the conference, he firmly supported the goals of the North Atlantic alliance. Plans progress for Cuban-American Friendship Day "Us" is coming to Gitmo for Cuban-American Friendship Day! In addition to "Us", a six-member band from San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Dec. 6 event will feature roast pig, steamship round, fried chicken, rice, black beans, plantain chips, tamales, salad, rolls, plus hamburgers and hot dogs for the children. Due to loss of support from the Community Fund all base residents will be required to buy tickets for the event, except children under six-years-old. A special bus, following the regular route, will start at the Naval Hospital at noon and at 1 p.m. for persons holding tickets to the event,-which will begin with a social hour at 12:30 at Phillips Park. It is expected that the bus ride will take about 30 minutes. Lt. Ed Oakes, chairman of the planning committee for the eighth annual event, said the official program will be cut to a minimum again this year to allow more time for social activities. Also, as in last year's event, a pay-as-you-go bar will be in effect. A limited number of tickets are on sale and the committee advises those wishing to attend the event to buy tickets early. (See page two for a list of ticket salespersons.) Tickets will not be on sale on Cuban-American Friendship Day. In keeping with plans for a shortened program, individual awards will not be presented to Cuban employes during the celebration. Awards will be given at individual command and department ceremonies instead. The only awards planned are to the American who has contributed most to the Cuban community over the past year, plus one to the Cuban employee with the longest period of service aboard the base. Mama Ellie and Friends will provide entertainment for small children. Further details will be announced as they become available. Sadat makes proposal to congressmen CAIRO (UPI)--Pres. Anwar Sadat proposed yesterday that the U.S. Congress call for a dialogue between oil producers and consumers to settle their differences over petroleum and commodity prices. Sadat advanced the idea at a meeting with a visiting six-member delegation from the House of Representatives led by Rep. Lester Wolff, D-N.Y. The group is on a Middle East tour. Sadat also told the congressmen he did not expect oil prices to be increased by more than 15 per cent at next month's meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries at Doha, capital of the Persian Gulf state of Qatar. Sadat suggested that the two houses of Congress issue "a declaration to the oil producers and consumers to sit together and discuss matters." He said, "The producers complain about higher prices of food and other commodities. You complain of rises in oil prices. Why not get the two parties to sit together and I am sure you can reach a settlement. This is a proposition from me." He said he made a similar question to U.S. Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger three years ago following the Arab oil embargo imposed during the October 1973 Arab-Israeli war "but Henry did not give importance to my proposal." AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK: Jasmin Baylosis receives assistance from her ninth grade algebra teacher, Leon Pohlman, while working on a problem. In yesterday's Gazette it was incorrectly stated that "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to School" would be tomorrow night. The skit, done by the faculty, will be tonight at 8 in the multi-purpose room at the elementary school. (Photo by PH3 Izzo) China sets off nuclear explosion WASHINGTON (UPI)--China set off the largest nuclear explosion in its history yesterday. U.S. officials immediately activated a nationwide network of 61 stations to monitor radioactive falLout from the blast. It was an above-ground blast. This is the type which produces the familiar mushroom cloud and sends radioactive particles into the atmosphere where winds propel them around the world. The Environmental Protection Agency says the amount of fallout may not be greater than a similar September blast. Fallout depends partly on weather conditions at the time the nuclear cloud passes over the United States. In a broadcast monitored in Tokyo, the official Chinese News Agency described the test as a "heavy blow to the two superpowers, the Soviet Union and the United States." I American iFrien si p I

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Page 2 Today's meetings BINGO will be played at the Windjammer beginning at 8 p.m. WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,350,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,286,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 18,560,000 Guantanamo Gazette Commnunity Board Thursday, November 18, 1976 FACULTY FOLLIES tonight at 8 multi-purpose room elementary school Clubs and Organizations CPO ADVISORY GROUP There will be a meeting of the CPO Advisory Group tomorrow at 1 p.m. TEEN CLUB The Teen Club needs a director. Anyone interested please call 98137 after 2 p.m. COFFEE HOUSE The "relational lab" scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled. PACK 401, WEBELOS DEN 1 AND 2 Pack 401, Webelos Den 1 and 2 will meet at the Cub Scout hut tonight at 7 p.m. For further information call Ron Walker at 96135 AT. PHOTO CLUB OFFERS COURSE The Guantanamo Reflex Photo Club announces a basic photographic developing and printing course beginning Nov. 23. The course of instruction will cover development of negatives and photo enlarging. The fee for this session is $5.00. For reservations, contact Bill Tucker at 98152 AWE. CUB SCOUT PACK 401 Pack 401 will hold their monthly meeting Tuesday at the Cub Scout hut at 7:30 p.m. For more information call Pat Smith at 97168. RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB The Rifle and Pistol Club will hold a reorganizational and business meeting Saturday at 3 p.m. in the club house located at the old naval station corral. All members, former members and interested citizens of Gitmo are urged to attend. For further information, call 90251 or 95349 AWH. GITMO SWINGERS The present square dance class will have their half-way party tomorrow in the club hall. Pot luck and square dancing afterwards will start at 6:30 p.m. Any Swinger that has not signed up to bring a dish, please contact Gloria at 98144. CHILDREN'S SQUARE DANCE CLASS The children's square dance class will not meet Saturday. Classes will resume Nov. 27. The children are scheduled to graduate Dec. 4. A party is planned. Parents will be contacted. For more information call Sandy Ross at 95455 AT or Phil Newkirk at 98297 AT. TACO SALE There will be a Taco Sale Saturday at the Marine Corps Exchange Snack Stand from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale is sponsored by the Marine Barracks Enlisted Wives' Club. CPO MESS The CPO Mess will be closed today for repairs. It will return to full operation tomorrow. Sports MOTORCYCLE TEAM RELAY RACE There will be a special two-hour team relay race Sunday at the Sherman Avenue motorcycle track. Practice and registration starts at noon and races begin at 1 p.m. All teams will be picked by track officials according to bike size and rider ability. No racing experience needed for this race. Trophies will be awarded. All new riders will receive their first month's membership free. Call Dave at 96112 oF Rick at 952262. SAILING REGATTA There will be a sailing regatta (Bullseye) held Nov. 27 at noon, starting at the NavSta fish and gear locker. Anyone wishing to enter can call 951160 DWH to register. Signup deadline is Nov. 24 at 1 p.m. JUNIOR FLAG FOOTBALL There will be an organizational meeting for the 1977 Junior Flag Football Commission Friday at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School. This meeting could be crucial to the success of junior flag football for the coming year. All parents of prospective players and other interested persons are asked to attend. For more information call SSgt. Mayberry at 95325 DWH or 90282 AWH. CRICKET The Phantom CC will take on the Youth All Stars in a cricket match to be played at Cooper Field Sunday at 11:30 a.m. The public is invited to watch and any group or individual interested in learning about the ggme can contact Ewan 0. Meiklejohn at 85206 DWH. Entertainment THE CRESCENDOS Jimmy Hutcherson and the Crescendos will appear on the patio of the CPO Club Friday from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Saturday the Crescendos will be at the Staff NCO Club from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. ORBITING ELEMENTS The Orbiting Elements will be performing at Post 46, Devil Dog Den Friday from 8 until midnight. Saturday they will be at the Windjammer Club from 8 until midnight. "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN" There will be a brief technical meeting for all those working with "You're a Good Man, Charle Brown" tomorrow, 6 p.m. at Morin Center. All those working backstage or with costumes are asked to attend. WINDJAMMER CLUB Orbiting Elements will play at the Windjan'er .Saturday from 8:15 p.m. until midnight. Pegasus will play Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday. All performances are from 8:15 p.m. until midnight. There will be no bingo played at the Windjammer Thanksgiving Day. Bingo will resume Dec. 2. The Windjammer Club dining room will be open 3 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. In lieu of the traditional turkey, special gourmet dinners will be featured for your dining pleasure. The price will be $3 for adults and 95 cents for a special children's plate. Couple's Night is scheduled for Nov. 27 at the Windjammer. Pegasus will play from 8:15 until midnight. There will be favors and prizes to the early birds. WINDJAMMER MOVIES Fri.The Winds of Autumn, PG Scalawag, PG Sat.A Woman for all Men, R The Outfit, PG Sun.Our Time, PG Tue.The Outlaw, Josey Wells, PG Wed.Silent Movie, PG Thu.St. Ives, PG Special notices TREASURE AND TRIVIA Treasure and Trivia will have a used toy sale Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. The shop will be open Monday instead of Tuesday and will be open Nov. 26 during regular hours. Gitmo Christmas cards, 1977 calendars and cook books are available at the Treasure and Trivia Shop. 'SERVMART AND RETAIL CLOTHING STORE The Naval Station Servmart and Retail Clothing Store will be closed tomorrow for unventory. All commands are requested to complete subject material requirements by today. Normal operations will resume at 9 a.m. Saturday. LIVE FIRING Live firing is scheduled as follows: Today -2 until 8 p.m. Tomorrow -9 a.m. until 3 p.m. During these times, 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. Commissary-Exchange CIGARETTES PRICE INCREASE Due to cost increase, all tax free cigarette selling prices will be increased 15 cents per carton, and single package prices will be increased to 32 cents per pack. This price increase will be in effect Weanesday. RUGS TO GO ON SALE The Navy Exchange has recieved a shipment of 9X12 rugs which will be on sale in front of the Navy Exchange Saturday. They will also have reclinepfor 20 per cent off. All sales are cash and carry. LETTERS TO SANTA Santa's helpers have brought to Gitmo some drop boxes for letters to Santa. In order to assure that Santa receives these letters in time to read them to the children on television, the letters must be in no later than Dec. 7. Santa's helpers have placed these boxes in the Toyland of the Navy Exchange. SANTA CLAUS IS COMING Santa Claus will come to town Nov. 27. He will arrive by USS Santa Claus at the Fleet Landing at noon. Santa will be giving away gifts for the children. Later he will be available at the Navy Exchange for pictures with the children and to hear their Christmas wishes. COMMLSSARY CLOSED THANKSGIVING The Commissary Store will be closed Thanksgiving Day. US. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA apt. Johne .Mcnnell Capt. DaNa Coa.dr C ding Officer LCdr. Michael Cherry.Pnblic Affairs Officer YN2 Mike Sanft.Reporter JO3 Clayton ScottS.pReporter n,.G:.,In 10,.tt ipublished according to the Sn a ons r ship and station newsp as I5N n ,NA .SNNN,1NadNN,dr t INdirecion Nive tis' weekly atSo r r vr p on gve ent ,ipmentNtheinions o"rN thtaspeasherci be toi e osC udvase r the Department o* the Navy Tickets on sale for CubanAmerican Friendship Day Tickets are now on sale for CubanAmerican Friendship Day. The annual celebration is scheduled for Dec. 6 at 12:30 p.m. at Phillips Park. Due to loss of support from the Community Fund all base residents, except children under six years of age, will be required to buy tickContact one of the following location representatives for tickets: Leeward Point, Lt. Pope and ADRC Allmon; ComNavBase, Special Staff sections, JOC Jacobsen; Hospital, HMC Lord; Supply, SKC Walton; PWD, CMCS Donoian; SRD, Mr. Gonzalez; NWSED, AGC West; Dental, DTC Gwaltney; Comptroller, Lt. Oakes and Mr. Lian; CPO Club, SKC Stockton; Company "L", GySgt. Wilson; FTG, YNC Miller; and Marine Barracks, SgtMaj. Jeter.

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Thursday, November 18, 1976 UAW ratifies 0ew contract DETROIT (UPI)--The United Auto Workers Union has narrowly ratified its new three-year contract with Chrysler Corporation. This despite a near veto by skilled tradesmen. The pact, which covers 118,000 Chrysler workers, passed by only 622 votes. The industry patternsetting Ford contract was approved last month by a scant 489-vote margin. Contract talks with General Motors are continuing, against a Friday strike deadline. Forty-thousand members of the UAW walked off the job at International Harvester plants in 11 states this morning. Negotiators in Chicago worked to the 1:01 a.m. EDT deadline trying to reach settlement on a new contract. The United Auto Workers Union wants International Harvester, the nation's largest farm and construcion equipment maker, to follow the .ndustry contract pattern set by Deere and Company earlier this month. That pact was reached after a 39-day strike. Guantanamo Gazette SCENIC GITMO: THE INSECT POPULATION is very much a part of our Gitmo community. These wasps, living at Glass Beach, will gladly dispute any claims to the contrary. (Photo by GySgt. Roy Wilson) Planning tour Sarkis talks with Lebanese and Arab leaders BEIRUT (UPI)--Clashes were reported between rival pro-Syrian and antiSyrian Palestinian factions in Beirut yesterday. It was the first major outbreak of violence since Syrian peace-keeping forces entered Beirut. Lebanese Pres. Elias Sarkis has begun a series of talks with Lebanese and Arab leaders on Isareli support Mugabe and Nkomo back down GENEVA (UPI)--Militant Rhodesian black nationalist leaders Robert Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo backed down yesterday and said they are prepared to start talking now with Britain bout the formation of a pre-independence interim government. The two, partners in a "Patriotic Front," had previously refused to discuss any other issue unless Ivor Richard, British chairman of the Rhodesian peace talks, set a definitive and binding date for Rhodesia's independence under black majority rule. "We are now studying the British proposals for the shape of the interim government and are waiting for the chairman to arrange bilateral talks with us on the subject," a Patriotic Front spokesman said. Richard had refused to set any firm date, arguing that this would depend on how long it will take to complete the legal and constitutional steps involved in the independence process. He left Mugabe and Nkomo waiting in their respective hotels while he called in other black nationalist leaders to get on with discussion of the interim government. Richard met Tuesday with Ndabaningi Sithole and yesterday called in Bishop Abel Muzorewa, of the African National Council. British officials said low-level contacts were maintained with Mugabe and Nkomo and there were no signs, "quite the contrary," that they would quit the conference as they had threatened. SUPPORTAMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK November 14-20, 1976 -~ for Christian rightist forces in the south of the country, leftist-held Beirut Radio said yesterday. Sarkis "Sarkis has voiced his concern about the situation in the South and discussed the issue with various religious and political personalities," the radio said. "He has said that he, along with the brother Arab countries, will take the necessary steps to put an end to Israeli provocations in the South." Christian rightist forces in the South have received arms and training from the Israelis and taken over a chain of villages along the border that provide Israel with a buffer zone. The Syrian-dominated Arab peacekeeping force was not expected to penetrate below the Litani River in the South because of possible international repercussions of such troop movements near the Israeli border. Israel has repeatedly said it would not tolerate the Arab army near its borders. Meanwhile, political sources said Sarkis was planning a tour of Arab capitals in the near future. Tito and Brezhnev sign communique BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)--The Soviet Union publicly pledged for the first time yesterday to respect Yugoslavia's right to follow its own brand of Communism rather than that dictated by Moscow. The important concession was mane in a communique signed at the conclusion of three days of talks between Soviet Communist Party Leader Leonid I. Brezhnev and Pres. Tito. It was sealed with champagne toasts and smiles. In his toast, Tito said "This document has a great significance for improving our relations and this is the answer to those who were making all sorts of speculations" about Soviet-Yugoslav relations. A Yugoslav Party official said Tito and Brezhnev nevertheless differed on a number of issues and "there can be no illusions about bringing closer" the differences in the systems of the two countries. The official emphasized, "These differences cannot be an obstacle to the development of cooperation (but) there are constant differences between the parties." The Kremlin's recognition of Yugoslavia's right to follow its own path of Communism marked a step beyond its 1955 pledge respecting only its independence. It could have a bearing on Moscow's future relations with the Western European Communist parties. Tito has wanted such a document from Brezhnev since the latter took power in 1964. It came two days after Brezhnev said the Soviet Union has no intention of invading Yugoslavia after Tito's death. Page 3 Gilmore regains consciousness SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)--Gary Gilmore, the condemned killer who joined his fiancee in an attempted suicide pact, regained consciousness yesterday, but Nicole Barrett stayed in a deep coma from her overdose of sleeping pills. Gilmore is on his way to recovery and now in fair condition, despite his pulling out intravenous medication tubes yesterday. However, Mrs. Barrett, a divorced mother of two who had said she intended "to go with" Gilmore when he died, remained in critical and comatose condition at a hospital in Provo, 45 miles south of Salt Lake City. Gilmore, who was lying on a hospital bed with his legs chained and two guards stationed in the room, was not told of Mrs. Barrett's condition, said hospital spokesman John Keahey. Officials say Mrs. Barrett is the prime suspect in the question of how the death row inmate obtained enough tranquilizers to attempt suicide. Police say they'll also question Gilmore's attorney Dennis Boaz and an uncle, both of whom visited him at his cell the day before he took the overdose of the drug seconal. The Utah Board of Pardons, which had planned to hear Gilmore's plea for death before a firing squad yesterday, continued his stay of execution until a special hearing on Dec. 6. He is expected to ask once more that his death sentence for murder be carried out. Committee serves subpoenas (UPI)--It will be 13 years ago Monday that John Kennedy was killed in Dallas. There will be no public memorial in the city where he died. In other years, the Dallas Council of Churches organized a ceremony at Kennedy Memorial Plaza, a block from where he was shot. Mayor Robert Folom asked the council to cancel the ceremony this year because public interest has been so low. His office says that in recent years there have been almost more organizers than participants. The House Select Committee on Assassinations began serving subpoenas for its re-investigation of the killing of Pres. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The subpoenas will bring in some witnesses but are aimed mainly at obtaining material already in the files of the CIA and FBI. CIA Director George Bush commented yesterday on published reports that the late FB Director J. Edgar Hoover wrote a memo concerning Lee Harvey Oswald and the Cubans. According to the report, Hoover said he had been told that Oswald notified the Cubans in advance that he planned to kill Kennedy. Bush said he thinks the memo will prove to be a fake, or non-existent. No bomb found in exhibit MOSCOW (UPI)--American guides and Soviet militiamen cleared some 1,200 Russian visitors out of the huge American bicentennial exhibition in Moscow yesterday after a bomb threat. Frank Ursino, director of the $1.2 million American exhibition, was informed by Soviet officials at 12:24 p.m. that a threat had been received that a plastic bomb would explode at 12:30 p.m. "We shut down the film and our guides started telling people to get out. We sent them out both the exits and entrances. Everything was very orderly," said Larry Williams, head of the American guides. Soviet bomb disposal squad members found no evidence of a bomb.

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New softball league begins The following is the schedule for the 1976 Recreational Softball League. All games will be doubleheaders with the first game starting at noon and the second at 3 p.m. There will be no 10 run rule. Home teams will be split between games. Field #1 1-2 12-3 11-4 9-6 10-3 9-4 11-2 8-5 6-5 7-4 9-2 10-12 1-10 6-3 9-11 8-12 5-2 4-3 7-11 8-10 7-9 6-10 5-11 4-12 5-9 4-10 3-11 7-1 3-9 2-10 4-6 3-7 12-9 11-10 3-5 10-9 8-11 2-6 3-1. 2-4 12-5 11-6 Field #2 10-5 8-7 1-12 7-6 7-6 8-3 1-11 5-4 7-2 1-9 6-12 1-8 3-2 2-12 6-8 12-11 2-8 5-1 12-7 4-1 10-7 9-8 20 21 27 28 Dec. 4 5 11 12 Jan. 8 9 15 16 22 23 30 Feb. 5 6 12 13 19 20 The teams are as 1 ARTS 7 2 Naval Hospital 8 3 NAS Leeward 9 4 DC & E (FTG) 10 5 FTG Blue 111 6 Co. "L" 12. follows: PWD Maintenance VC-10 Supply ComNavBase Marine Barracks PWD #2 NavSta Blue leads at mid-season With the basketball season half over, the following are the standings as of yesterday: First Place NavSta Blue 6-0 Second Place Hospital 5-1 NAS Leeward 5-1 Third Place Fourth Place Company L 4-2 Marine Barracks 4-2 Fifth Place Sixth Place Seventh Place Eighth Place Ninth Place High School 3-3 Galley 1-6 Crane Hill 0-6 NAS Security 0-7 The last game for the season will be played on Dec. 10. Sports briefs (AP)--Top-ranked Jimmy Connors meets Stan Smith today in quarterfinal action in the $125,000 Wembley Tennis Tournament in England. Yesterday, Connors ousted Marty Riessen in straight sets. (AP)--The Cincinnati Reds apparently are willing to compromise a team policy against long-term contracts to keep southpaw Don Gullett, from signing with another club. Gullett played out his option this season, and asked for a five-year contract before the free agent draft. (AP)--The University of South Florida has named Hall of Fame pitcher Robin Roberts as its new baseball coach. Roberts was elected to the Hall early this yea Results froi By Charlie With the new classes, Hot Wheels, Street and Trophy, we had the expected and unexpected happen Sunday. In the Trophy Class, the Sleeper Creeper Honda 100 of yours truly came out numero uno. (The expected.) I did it by first eliminating Mike Wilson driving a tired Ford Galaxy known as the White Streak. Next in line was John Comack riding a Honda 100. Now I don't like to brag but I wore John out. Last and least it was Bob Dunevant in his Green Onion Chevy Nova. I knew Bob would do just about anything to get that trophy, so I peeled his Onion once, then I decided to let him do something, so I let him break out. In other Trophy Class competition it was John Comack and the 100 Honda whipping the tar out of Rod Bell! on his 250 Briggs and Stratton powered Kawasaki. Bob Dunevant did his Onion act on Frank Trimmer, sending Frank and the 283 powered 1954 Cheva-laydown back to FTG for a shakedown. Charles McFall took top eliminator for the Street Class. The action got underway with Al Bradburn taking two in a row from Charles Huston riding a 500cc Suzuki. McFall followed in his 383ci Barracuda sneaking past Jim Marshall's 327ci Chevy powered 1939 cold Olds twice in a row. Track regular Don Hall sliced a chunk out of Tom Lambert in his 1966 396ci Chevelle. It appeared that J.C. Elsey was holding a fieldday on Fords. Riding a 380cc Suzuki J.C. waxed Dave Fawcett's 351ci Mustang and went on to put Don Hall and the 390ci ranch wagon out of business. For Olin Gambrell and Fred Board it was the usual battle of the Fords, with Olin in the 351ci Torino wagon wearing Fred in the 352ci Galaxy out. Olin wasn't allowed to get comfortable due to Brian Abel running wild on the 400 Yammer Hammer. Brian had Dave Boughton's 283ci 1966 Chevy (ideal for my grandmother) for lunch, and came right back to make Olin's Torino look like a push cart going uphill. By now I know everyone is wondering about the track bully and his big Olds. Well this time he picked on Tom Addair, however, Addair in his 1956 283ci Chevy proved not to be a pushover. This time is was a win for the Chevy, a break out by m Oceanview e Dupont the Chevy, a dead heat, and a win for Kennard. Kennard was on his way to top eliminator position for the third race day in a row but Brian Abel put a stop to this by taking two back to back from Rich, and just making the Olds look old. In the meantime, McFall in the 383 Cuda was at work taking two from Bradburn in the 390 Nustang, and doing a repeat performance on J.C. Elsey and the 380 Suzuki. With no rest the Cuda was ready to go again. Brian on the Yammer Hammer answered the bell, this time for the Street Class top eliminator, and the Cuda took the first run with a 16.85. On the second run, Brian, with visions of. making VC-10 home for the trophy, moved away from the line, and turned a screaming 16.65, breaking out by .25 of a second and forking over the top eliminator trophy to McFall. In the Hot Wheels Class it was Bill Brooks on the Black Strap 750 Honda going against Ray Kibby in his 289. powered Ford Maverick. From the first light it was obvious that Ray wasn't going to just lay down and take a paddling from the Black Strap. The battle went down with a break out by the Honda, a dead heat, and the last two runs going to the Honda with a 15.12 average. Sports scores SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Boston 104, Atlanta 91 Washington 111, N.Y. Knicks 97 Detroit 118, New Orleans 95 Indiana 123, Philadelphia 117 Houston 120, Buffalo 114 (OT) Denver 112, N.Y. Nets 78 Phoenix 103, Milwaukee 95 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Detroit 5, St. Louis 5 N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago 2 Atlanta 6, Colorado 3 Toronto 1, Montreal 0 Minnesota 3, Cleveland 3 Buffalo 3, Vancouver 2 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION New England 6, Birmingham 4 San Diego 4, Edmonton 2 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 951144 before 4 p.m. or by dropping it in one of the drop boxes located at the Flagship Mess and the Navy Exchange. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color or national origin will not be accepted. The staff reserves the right to rewrite any ad it deems necessary. for sale Brake shoes for Volkswagen bus; 35 lb. test bow; set of aluminum shaft arrows, never used; boy's winter coat, size 5 or 6; swing set with 10 ft. slide. Call 90206 AT. 327 cu. in. Chevy engine with high performance rebuilt kit. Call 85407 DWH or 97113 AWH and ask for Joe Ward. Dress form, $15; bar set with padded red naugahyde and 4 cushioned swivel stools, $150; lawn furniture, black wrought iron, $75; clear cast, $9 per gallon; 21,000 BTU, 220V A/C, superthrust, $250; 11,000 BTU, 115V, $125; 11,000 BTU, 115V A/C, $75; 6,000 BTU, 115V A/C, $115; 1973 Honda CB35C with crash bars and saddle bags, two helmets, $800; miscellaneous items, games, comics, etc. Call 95422 AT or see at 394 Mobile Point. 1964 Chevy SS, $400; 1971 Vega hatchback with cassette player, $650; Fender Super-reverb guitar amplifier, 200 watts, $200. Call 64347 DWH, ask for George. Ventura electric guitar, twin pickup, hard steel case, extra strings, 3 picks, $150; 5 string banjo, $60; Call Scoop at 95451 AWH or see at GHB room P101 C complex. One 23,000 BTU A/C, $75; two 12,000 BTU A/C, $50 each; ladies three-speed bicycle, $30; men's three-speed bicycle, $40; Whirlpool dishwasher, $150. Call 95347 AT. 1969 Lambretta scooter. Call 85556 DWH or 96236 AWH. Two 22,000 BTU A/C's, $250 each; one 5,000 BTU A/C, $75; one 6,000 BTU A/C, $75. Call 952205 AT. Hooker headers for Honda 450. Call 99105 AWH or 64347 DWN. Singer featherweight sewing machine, excellent condition. Call 85575 DWN, or 951260 AWH. I Ethan Allen rocker/recliner, white leather, $250. Call 90240 AWN. Honda 70SL, $200. Call 95440 AT. 3 piece blue couch, green rug, $90; royal blue rug, $75; both 5 months old. Call 952225 AT. Sunfish sailboat with trailer; 1962 Austin Healey 3000. Call Bruce, 95451AN. Black and white, 21" console TV, $100; 7 pairs blue curtains, 48X63", $12 a pair; valance 72X11", $3.50; 2 pairs green plaid curtains, 48X63", $10 and 48X45, $6; full size matching bedspread, $10; sterilizer, $5; two baby carriers, $4 each; twin stroller, $40. Call Mrs. Perez at 85438 DWH or 96100 AWH. Two girl's 20" bikes, $10 each; child's doll buggy, like new, $5; child's high chair for dolls, $5; child's doll cradle, $5; woman's bowling ball, 12 lb., good condition, $10. Call 97188 AWH. Barrel boat, 24 1. 12, sundeck, enclosed cabin, shelves, screen/ plexiglass windows. Call Witt at 64395 DWH or 951045 AWH. Will accept the Oest stt*r Magnavox stereo with 8 track and four speakers, best offer over $75. Call 99153 AWH. 1962 VW, runs good. Call 951054 AT. One coffee table, $20; two end tables, $30. Call 95134 or 85680 AT. VW starter with solenoid, 12 volt, fits most models 67-68, VW carburetor, rebuilt, 34 pict-3. Call 95498 AT. wanted Would like to buy a Gitmo special automobile, willing to pay $300. Call 90134 AT and ask for Tom and Suzi. Peacoat, size 40. Call 951001 AT at the BOQ and ask for Kevin Knodt, room S-11. Someone to repair and upholster furniture. Call 99105 AWH or 951119 DWH. Small compact car with automatic transmission. Call 95448 DWH or 90246 AWH. Power steering pulley, approximately 6 in. diameter, for small V-8 Ford unit. Call 85561 DWH and ask for Duke. Child's rocking chair and table with chairs. Call 97283 AT. Cocktail waitress for Staff NCO Club. Must be over 21 and have pleasant personality. Contact Top Ski at 951234. services Base policeman and wife would like to housesit between today and the middle of January. Will take care of children and pets. Have reference. Call 90134 AT and ask for Tom and Suzi. Responsible couple wishes to housesit AT. Reference available. Call 64219 DWN and leave message for AE2 Jordan. F, pw Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, November 18, 1976


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