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Vol. 31, No. 223 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba <~'.Friday, November 19, 1976



'artSr Ga. arts series of briefings today
PANG.(UPI)--Pres.-elect The head of Carter's transition IE AJimyCarter wil meet with Federal team says the job is7 harder than he Reserve Chairman> Arthur~ Burns Monday expected. Jack Watson told a following his conerence with Pres. Democratic Party women's group in
Ford at the White House, aides said Washington yesterday he's found ew ~yesteday. ''"no easy problems" in Washington W rdD g s
Burns, who plays. a key role con- because the easy ones have been DETROIT (TPI)--The United Auto tolling the nation's money supply, solved already. Workers Union is on strike again, said yesterday he opposes an income Staff members with Carter's or- this time against General Motors. tax cut at present, ,a'move which gnatn'inPlns ayhe2mi- Negotiators in Detroit failed' to Carter h~as under consideration as a lion they havie received in federal reach agreement on a new contract means of stimeulating "the nation' s ' transition funds is forcing them to: by midnight, and the' UAW shut 'down economy.'~ tighten their 'belts. Powell says ' 16 key plants. This is the first Burns said, however, that his mind he does not mean to be critical, and time the UAW has struck two auto
is no~t closed, on. the'matter of a he realizes that the fund provided 'companies in the same year. Earlier tax cut and that he may reconsider by Congress is more' than double the this fall, Ford Motor Company was after studying future statistics. ' amount provided for such transitions the target of a 28-day walkout. Carter, who woni pledges of support ' in the past. But he said the money
r om,,key congressional leaders Catrs~es Secy. Jo'dy Powell available is still not enough. PHILADELPHIA (AP)--Hundreds of
dnesday, wi.ll be given a "major says the President-elect will not Carter's transition staff has been well-wishers jammed into 'the elegant '0ene-setting overall briefing" by name any of' his~ cabinet members be- cut to 140' people. During the cam- Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in CIA Directo 'George Bush in? Plains 'fore Dec. 1. H~e said 'it would be ''paign he had 1,500 'paid staffers. ,Philadelphia last night. to bid it ~' today, the first since the election. premature to speculate about the Powell says volunteers are now 'doing adieu. The 'hotel, which was to He wqill meet with Secy. o'f State. names 'of prospective cabinet members much of the work. '' close at midnight, is 'the last Henry A. ?Kissinger tomorrow, then or others wh'o'might'hold high posi- Pres. Ford met briefly yesterday known victim of the Legionnaire's fly 'to Was'hington Sunday. 'tions in the Carter administration.
sure came in' a deposition made Salih Mohamed Eisa, came a day after 'would continue. public yesterday in connection with disclosure that Ford had formally' UNITE NATIONS (UPIY)--Diplomatic a lawsuit filed by the Socialist declared that nation, largest in sources say the U.N. General Workers Party alleging FBI harass- Africa,' eligible to buy American ' Assembly' will ask the Security ment." ' ' military equipment. The move was Council to reconsider Vietnam' s apKelley testified that he was never seen as another significant' 'step to plication for'U.N.. membership, after told of burglaries conducted 'by FBI deepen American involvement in ' 'Pres. -elect~ Jimmy ,Carter 'takes ofagents after 1l966 against persons Africa. ''fice. thought "to be' involved with milttant political groups. But he
tod enorurauofinalsh ' Rockefeller' expects. no arms agreement said that, in a private meeting, 'het16 felt he was being mislead.' He said' WILLIAMSBURG, Va.' (UP)--Vice ' the Soviet Union when they launch none of the officials offered any 'Pres. Nelson Rockefeller says he "''military adventures against us,"
information. ' ' doesn't expect a new arms limitation Goodhart said. 'Kelley had made an earlier' state- agreement to be signed with Moscow ment that there were no' burglaries before Pres. Ford leaves office. WASHINGTON (AP)--FBT Director against domestic targets after Speaking to reporters after'adClarence Kelley has testified' that 1966. Later he said 'none occurred dressing a NATO assembly 'in he was met with silence when he after 1968, and later he amended " Williamsburg, Va., Rockefeller also complained 'to top aides that some- 'that date to 1973' when 'he di'scover- was asked about the impact of anoth ne in the' bureau~ was lying to him ed bureau files showing the bur- 'er oil price increase. He said it
bout FBI'burglaries. The disclo- g1aries. ' 'definitely would be inflationary,
4 and In his? opinion disastrous to
1'days left to' huy Cfubralfl- economy'of the world.' H ear t p stsMem'bers attending the 'North American Friendiship, Atlantic Assembly said yesterday Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter has a clear
'500 000 bai Dayticetsgrasp of how to deal with the Soviet "See page 2 for your area repre- Uno adNT prbes.
sentative." British conservative politician.
Philip Goodhart told some 200 parliamentarians attending the 22nd 'Earlier yesterday, in an apparent A'I~t f L ban n a annual assembly that "I do take effort'at bipartisanship, Rep. Paul some encouragement from remarks Findley, R.-Ill., said. "While, as that Pres.-elect Carter made during~ a Republican, I worked' fervently for rem in c lmhis'campaign."'' '' the re-election of Pres. Ford, as "It seems to m~e he has a clear an At'lanticist,'there is much about BEIRUT (UPI)--Although fighting grasp that we should not subsidize Mr. Carter that I find promising." was 'reported~ continuing yesterday
in areas of the north and south not
yet entered by the Arab peacekeeping
army,' most of Lebanon' remained' calm.
'Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat
left >for"Damascus to discuss the.
latest rifts in~ the. guerrillas movement following clashes between the
Syrian-backed Saiqa group and a
rival Palestinian 'faction.
Most' tension appeared to center
LOS ANGELES (AP)--U.S. District in the south, where Israeli-supportCourt Judge William Orrick has de- ed Christian 'rightists have been layed for at least one day a decis- fighting against joint Palestinianion on whether to release Patricia Moslem leftist forces. Beirut and ,Hearst on bail. 'the other four-fifths of Lebanon
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PRTSTANT S1Th1DAY SCHOOL will meet JrWATER STATUS atth elementary
tHURC OF HRIST' will meet at McCal,la hapel at 9:303 am. Formore in- B lei formationi call 97191, ThJUitd tae
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IGUJANA DUPLICih.RIDGE ChLB will _ ___ iI: of America' m'eet'at tieCOMClub at 7p.m. Bo r Bicentennial Games ae~ open to all 'base 'residents 1776-1976 For more. inormation call Jim Cossey
,at 85149 AWH.IL



Clubs and Organizations CPO POOL CLOSED Special notices


Due to work being 'done at the CPO CIAETE PRCEINRES CP DIOYGOPClub, the CPO pool will be closed 'Due to cost increase, all tax
CPOAD SRYGRUPfor a few days. An announcement TREASURE AND TRIVIA free cigarette selling prices will
There will be' a meeting of the will be made when' the pool' is again be increased 15 cents per carton-, COAdvisor~yGou today at 1. p.m. open. We apologize for the icne- Treasure' adTivia will have a and single package prices will be ience to 'the users of the pool. used toy sale- tomorrow from 9 a.>m. increased to 32 cents per pack. TEEN CLUB until noon. The shop will be- open This price increase will be in 2Monday instead'of Tuesday and will effect Wednesday.
The Teen' Club needs a director. CPO LUNCHEON be open Nov. 26 during regular
Anoe interested please call 98137 'hours.> Gitmo Christmas cards, 1977 RUGS TO GO ON SALE ~af er 2' p.m. All Naval St-ation master, senior, calendars and. cooks books are avail- O
4 *and chief petty officers are in- able at the Treasure and Trivia The Navy Exchange has recieved AI










C~OFFEE HOUSE vied to attend a luncheon 'wit h Shop. ' a shipment of 9X12 rugs which the commanding officer on Wednesday, will be on 'sale in front of the The- "relatonal lab"t scheduled for at~ the CPO Club dining room. There Navy Exchange tomorrow. They will Saturday hasbeen cancelled. will be a cash bar at '11:30 with SERVMART AND RETAIL CLOTHING also have recliners for 20 -per cent lunch being served at 12. Reser- STORE off. All sales are cash and carry. { vations must be- made through the
PHOO CLUB> OFFERS COURSE Career Counselor's 'office no~ later ~ The 'Naval Station Servmart and
than Tuesday. 'To' maike reservations, Retail Clothing Store will be closTe- Guantanamo Reflex Photo ', call 8 555 'DWR. 'ed today for- inventory. Normal ' LETTERS TO SANTA
Clu announces a basic photographic operations will resume at 9 a.m.
deelping a'nd printing course Sp rt tomorrow. ''Santa's helpers have brought >to
bgning Nov. 23. The course of Gitmo some drop boxes for letters to isrction will cove-r developments~ Santa. In order to 'assure that Santa
ofnegat2ives" and photo enlarging. receives these letters in time to Th feefor this session is $5 MOTORCYCLE TEAM RELAY RAE TICKET REEVTOSread them to the 'children on teleForreerations, contact Bill Thr' ilb pca w-or Avne iktrsrain o vision, the letters must be in no
Tuke a 915 A .terell rae Say p attheher- Gavacedo ta ick tl eseatonsfo later than~ Dec. 7. Santa's helpers
tea~- lly adeSunay t t~- her- 'uananao iay itte Teate'shave placed these boxes. in the 'Toyan Avnue motorcycle trck Prac-' production of' "You're a Good Man land of the Navy Exchange. CUB SCUT PACK 401 2' tice and'registration starts 'at noon Charlie Brown", a Christmas show
Pak 01wil ol is onhl ad races begin a>t 21 p .m. All teamns >for 'the entire family, can be made SANTA CLAUS IS COMI NG'
Pee'40 ~lJi1~ t~smonly will be picked by track officials- by calling 952250 AT beginning
metig Tu~esday at th~e CubScout accor-ding to bike size and rider Mobnday. SnaC1laus -will come to town Nov.
hut a 7:30 p.m. For more informa- ablity. No racing experience need- Santailarie yUS at
tocall Pat Smith at 9168. ed for >this race. Tohe-wilbe CUBAN COOKING CLASS 27.u a th e wilerie byL andnatanon A awarded. All new riders wil-Ireceive
RIFL AND PSO CLBter first month's mem~bership free. Are you interested in learning the Santa will be giving away gifts-for
- Call Dave at 96112 or Rick at 952262. art of Cuban cooking?. If so, here the children. 'Later he will be is yur'opprtuity o d so Clss- available at the Navy Exchange for hla eor aniztinl adbsiness SAILING REG-ATTA. es are being taught by Mrs. Delores picrtr wist s the hesn. t
metn tmroat 3 p m. inhe Duffus. 'For more information call ha hi hita ihs
clb oue oatd t0h ol Nava There wil be a sailing regatta 910bten43 n :0pm
StationCorral -l mebes, former (Bullseye) helid Nov.- 27 at noon, Next classes convene Nov. 29.
mebr n nereste'd2citien of' starting at the NavSta fish and gear ~ 'CMISR LSDTAKGVN
-im are ure toated orfr locker. ,Anyone wishing to enter can' COMSAYCOEDTAKGVN
the inomain call 90251 1rcl 951160 DWH to register. Sign- 'EGISTRATION OFJFICE CLOSED ' The Commissary Store will be clos- - -AH.up deadline is Nov. 24 at 1 p.m. -' ed Thaniksgiving Day.
- '4' 4The Vehicle Regis tratiopn Office A IM SWNGR JUN-IOR FLAG FOOTBALL will be closed today.'

T e t squre dence class il There will be an organizational
hav thi alf-w'ay party today in - meeting -for the 1977 Junior Flag -LIBRARY OPENtec'lub 1al Pot luck and square ,Football Commissioni today at 7
dancin afterward will start at p~m in i the multipurpose room of The Naval Station Windward Library 6:3 p. Any Swiger that has no~t lhe W.T. Sampson iElementary School. will be open on. Thanksgiving Day sine uptobing a dish, please- Tis meeting could be crucial to betwQeen the hours of 10 a.m.' and
conac Glria at 98144. the success o' junior flag foot- 6 p.m.
ball for the coming year. All parCHLDREN'S SQUARE DANCE -CLASS ents of prospective players and
Tecidre's square d~anicels othe- interested persons are asked C m i ayE c a g to attend. Fo more information m say xc ng
will a ntmetomorrow. Classes call Sg. Mayberry at 95325 'DWH or
ar ceued to grdut 90282 4.' NEX JOB 0PERLING- Tickets on sale for Cubancotcte.Fr r information CICKET -The Navy Exchange has a job open- Am rcnFi ds pDa
call Sandy Rss at 95455 T o , r Philing for a part-timne waitress in the Am rcnFi ds pDa
Newkrk t 9297AT.TPhantom cc will take on the Mini-Mart Tea Shop. For more inforYouth AllStars 'na cricket match nation calIA 85348. -Tickets are now on sale for CubanTAC SLto b-e played at Cooper> Field Sunday American Friendship Day. The annual atl 1:30 a.m. Tepubib-c is invited -celebration is scheduled for Dec. 6 TeewlbeaTcSaetmro towatch and aygou or -individual U.S. NAVA' ,uNANMO BAY, at 12:30 pam. at Phillips Park.
atteMrn-opsEcag nc interested in learnig aout the BSCUADue to loss of support from the
Stn rm1 ~. o4pm h ue can contact Ewa-0. 'Mdiklejohn -Community Fund all base residents' saleis ponore bythe arie a 8506 WH.except children under six years of BarrcksEnlstedWivs' lub age, will be required to buy tick-2 ets.
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Friday, N~ovember 19, 1976 Guantaniamo Gazette Page ~3

Witan poposs t endpeaeonferene

ENEV (UI)-Briainproose G itm o yesterday to end the Rhiodesia peace
confrenc by ec.20 at the latest

concrete talks going on establishing D a o u
a pe- ependecenterim governBrtitish ofeec chairman Ivor
Rihard suggested the dea.dline toR,
"Patriotic Font" leaders. Robert
Mgabe an Joshua 'Nkomo~ who forNkm
three weeks have held up discussion Dar Editor,
of onceteisues byisisting on"
a efinitie binding dependence Prime Minister Ian Smith -yester-" It' s pretty well understood that the approaching holiday season will date.. day expressed confidence the Geneva have its share of 'impatient shoppers in crowded stores. Children will
- hey also demanded the fixing of ,conference will survive 'it~s present get lost and customers will jockey ,for counter space and demand immediate a cu~t-oflf date. for the talks so that state of stalemate. service. HUarried salesclerks will 'show and demonstrate countless items, their proposed independence date of He told the Rhodesia Herald that and. merchandise will be' examined, stretched, twisted, mutilated and left Dc. 1197, "cannot be sabotaged." he did not believe the conference for then store staff to straighten out. Richard's Dec. 20':deadline sug-' would collapse as a' result of the People are. people, and~ the: Navy Exchange will face this seasonal ordeal
gestio was designed to meet Mug~abe demands by the black Patriotic along with other retailing enterprises around the globe.
and Nklomo halfway. He earlier Front that. a sh~iift to majority rule At the NIHX, the holiday season involves moving huge stockpiles of mersiforal hat Britain cannot -take place within a year. chandise and dealing with thousands of patrons. You can expect lines to an will not comi itself to any Smt arue ee is n'gua'rante form at dressing rooms,. cashier cages and checkout registers. We will do
"muable" date ,for majority rule the pre-majority rule 'groundwork our very best Yto continue providing ,efficient, top noQtch service at the
ineendence. can be completed within that time customer contact' points as w~ell as ,behind the scenes.
Richard gave Mugabe and Nkomo a and calls the demand a "political Naturally, you the customer can help. How? Merely by being considerate one-page document conta iing the gimmick." of other 'shoppers and those that are here to serve. 'As you shop, try to deadline' proposal :during a 45-mmn- ~.remember that you are part of the Navy Exchange environment; that your ute meeting yesterday morning. Actions and demeanor contribute significantly to the general atmosphere TWhe two nationalists conferred ,of your store.
vately on joint response with .'Browse 'to your heart's content. iBut, during this period, try not to
i ishoficials encouraged be~- .monopolize a. facility, service or staff member's attention for extended cas th black leaders. showed no periods of time. Remember that other people may be patiently waiting and
sino antin to quit the confer ' counting on'you to be' thioughtful.'
ence.Practicing courtesy' is another way of showing consideration. Being
Richr later in the day gave the polite doesn't cost a cent, 'but 'being grouchy and irritable can causee the se docmn to the other nation- "loss of precious time and undermine efficient service. A very nice thing
als'ea~rBisho Abel Muzbrewa '.about courtesy' is that it is highly contagious and quickly works its weay
adteRv daban'ingi Sithole, back to you. The "same: thing can be 'said 'of disrespect, except 'that it
adtRhdsan 'Foreign Mini~ster ' 'Aisn't nice 'at'all.'
Pitr a Der Byl, heading the The NlavyExch'ange wants to help make this season truly jolly 'by providwiemnority governent delega- ing an' ideal setting in which authorized customers can shop. The sales ton. Mu iigabe area is appropriately decorated, the> staff is prepared' and the store is loaded with bargains. With your~ cooperation, it can't be anything but a dem~td 1A~~. rT~WL erry experience.' Co d m e ilr r t r sto U a rsomHappy shopping.

SATLK IY(P)-aythe bck seat between two. guards ,'' '' L~Cdr. J.A. O'Connor Gilmore the condemned kill er with ''for the, -mile> rie to the peniten- .. > ,, Navy Exchange Officer "a det wsh was returned to 'ta tiary, where he tried to kill him-' ' '
SaePioyeste'day'from ahos- sel Tuedayr. ',Dear Editor, pital where he refused medical' Tjhe 35-year-old slayer, wearing treatment for an overdose' of sleep- prison~ whAites and looking rested af-, The Deer P'ark Zoo Committee would like to thank the WIBC and ABC for
in ils er two days in th-e hospital's in- the 'sponsorship ,and response at 'the No-tap Bowling Tournament Nov'. 13.
Hi faceNicole Baret r- tnsive car nit," ignlored 'newsmenr's Also, a big thanks to the WIBC for their donations. gaiedi cnso usness after two days shouted questio's.' ina~co an wa's' expected to 're-' ,The hospital saff "was happy-to '~ Sharon 'Davis cove fro her attet'tto kil her- see thie departur of' Gilmore,' wh"'o President selaspr 'of a' suicide pact. refused ,al'l meial treatment 'yes.
Gloe was~ rledin aweelchair tedy repatdl etke needlr ayeor d pl ym n
btentwo lne of priso guards' from intraveno~us medicine tubess o i t m s ea y f r d p o m n
adsate patrolmen out of out 'of his arms, wuldnot allow an
ivrity of Utah Medical .Center~ x-a'faln hr nuoi a
a ~ prsnat.Hecibdit developed, tried to take a swing at LONDON (UPI)--The defense chiefs
a nurse on one ocicasion, and-used of the NATO nations expressed con0' A itse sa~( abusive language on other nurses. cern yserday for a new' Soviet misIn Provo, Mrs.. Barrett, 20 fin- sile. Th weapon, called the S-S-X*. ~ally came out 'of the coma causd by 20 by w'esterners, a surface-tosr 0od n eo recessio the overdose of pil ls she took at facee missile is according t'o U.S.
her Sprinvil aprten in a Defense Secy. Dnald Rumsfield "apsui~cide 'pact~ with the slayer. parently nearly ready.". Rumsfeld FEederal Judge Willis "Ritter'has says h~eexpects it to be deployed S/4 delayed action onl a newspaper's~ re- at any time."
quest tha he order Utah auth orities Because the missile is mobile, to allow interviews of Gilmore. officials said i't is difficult t~o Ritter saidh. would not act on' the, know where it is stationed. But one

complaint brought by the Sal't Lake said 'it 'was niot now positioned in Runsfeld City. Tribune util. Gilmore. is phys- Europe.
if~ cally to~ntiptrviws.Chilean government orders
Spa.nish P rim n votes, taking part in a 'two day meeting of P~ar~n~ikt North Atlantic Treaty Organization'
defense ministers. 'they met 'as re as ofm epio es
to hold elections ' NATO's Nucl'ear'Planning'Group, whosere as ofm epion s current members are Canada, West
MARD(A]P --The' Spanish. Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, GreespanParliamnt voted Yesterday to hold the United Kingdom and the United ' SANTIAGO, Chili (UPI)--Chile's panliamentary elections next year, States. military government yesterday ordWAHNGO (AP)--A to pFord ad-' thus ending its own existence. ' Rumsfeld said he 'expects no major ered the release of 168 more polimiitaineonomist as~'there The action would begin "to dis- ~'changes in American 'defense policy tical 'prisoners, bringing the total
inodneofa recession mantle th rgime of the late Gen. under the Carter administration, freed in the past two days to 297.
Chira Clan Geenspan of tjhe 'Frnc~ isco Franco 'and smooth~ the 'way '"The realities of the world do not The' 168 prisoners were trucked inPreidnt' Cunci of "Economic for dmocracy after nearly 40 years" change fromu admlinistration to adinn- to >Santiago from Puchuncavi, a
Adisr sadtesodw n the ,of right-wing'dictatorship. 'istration,"!he said. "'There is no 'coastal prison camp on the Pacific
ecnmhs otne~ oxnger than The parliamentary vote, 425-59, 'doubt 'in my mind that there will be coast 100 miles west of Santiago.
exetd u eadded-, "We are was wel1 above the two-thirds need- no mnajor;.changes i'n U.S. defense' Gove5rnment authorities said they' o re '~ed. Itcame 4,dys fte"F~ ~~' poicy" 'were to 'be set free in the afterceso. ndesi 197 o'7ehan s n shouvicod 'r ' " noon at the Tres Alams Prison
ba"goyer.". the 'reformi-minded government of' Runsfeld, however, said he has not Camp in the southern outskirt of
Grenspa spk ~fr' rubber Premier 'Adqlfo Suar~ez and'.Franco's discussed this'in'detail with Pres,.- the capital.
inuty*etn in Wahnton. He uccessor,"ig "Juanl Carlos.~ elect Carter or any' of his officials. "Another 129 prisoners were freed ii 'p ' wias mos'tj !i;" caused by Earlier yesterday,' 'the i~ii~i3 ii i ~io; >e;tx !i $t Runsfeld said t iiii h i 'Soviet Union has!ii unconditionally on Wednesday; fromi. ~iiiiiii~~ii! ii! busi 's inveati i!s. , receiveed an 'assist fr im the Sp'adish continued to 'strengthen .its 'nuclear , Tree A1i ,i ,mos. The government announc-i

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watch! The women's bracket saw open to all residents of the Gitmo feat the team of Elizabeth Francis every Gitmo tennis player a cordial and Anidrea Fola. Consolation winners invitation to come play. See you on Applications should be submitted to the Consolidated Civilian Person were Gayle McCorkle and Linda Howe the courts. Offilce.by the'closing date indicated. If insuifficient applicants have defeating Barb Smith and Kathy Dunn, * filed by. the~ closing date, applications twill be accepted until the position 6-1 and 6-3. Men's consolation had Three-way tie created is filled. Additional information concerning Ithese vacancies may be obtainCarl. Ogilvie and Dave Schallert ed at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or. by reviewing vacancy beating Ben.nie Smith and Dick Ham- Iin basketball league announcements posted of official .'bulletin' boards.
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ide, un, emp.Weather Forecast Mostly cloudy Hi-gh tide6:O4pm a. -L becoming partly Low tide12-54pm_7I cloudy. Winds ISum a -7l12am SU812knts Set ---6:24L q5 ~ p 4 Bay cond. 1-3 Higw ----89 ~feet. Vol. 31, No. 223 U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Friday, November 19, 1976 Carter starts series of briefings today PLAINS, Ga. (UPI)--Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter will meet with Federal Reserve Chairman Arthur Burns Monday following his conference with Pres. Ford at the White House, aides said yesterday. Burns, who plays a key role controlling the nation's money supply, said yesterday he opposes an income tax cut at present, a move which Carter has under consideration as a means of stimulating the nation's economy. Burns said, however, that his mind is not closed on the matter of a tax cut and that he may reconsider after studying future statistics. Carter, who won pledges of support from key congressional leaders dnesday, will be given a "major -ene-setting overall briefing" by CIA. Director George Bush in Plains today, the first since the election. He will meet with Secy. of State Henry A. Kissinger tomorrow, then fly to Washington Sunday. Carter's News Secy. Jody Powell says the President-elect will not name any of his cabinet members before Dec. 1. He said it would be premature to speculate about the names of prospective cabinet members or others who might hold high positions in the Carter administration. The head of Carter's transition team says the job is harder than he expected. Jack Watson told a Democratic Party women's group in Washington yesterday he's found "no easy problems" in Washington because the easy ones have been solved already. Staff members with Carter' s organization in Plains say the $2 million they have received in federal transition funds is forcing them to tighten their belts. Powell says he does not mean to be critical, and he realizes that the fund provided by Congress is more than double the amount provided for such transitions in the past. But he said the money available is still not enough. Carter's transition staff has been cut to 140 people. During the campaign he had 1,500 paid staffers. Powell says volunteers are now doing much of the work. Pres. Ford met briefly yesterday with new ambassadors from four African countries, Sudan, Niger, Bahrain and Rwanda, after they presented their diplomatic credentials. The talks with Sudan's new envoy, Salih Mohamed Eisa, came a day after disclosure that Ford had formally declared that nation, largest in Africa, eligible to buy American military equipment. The move was seen as another significant step to deepen American involvement in Africa. World News Digest DETROIT (UPI)--The United Auto Workers Union is on strike again, this time against General Motors. Negotiators in Detroit failed to reach agreement on a new contract by midnight, and the UAW shut down 16 key plants. This is the first time the UAW has struck two auto companies in the same year. Earlier this fall, Ford Motor Company was the target of a 28-day walkout. PHILADELPHIA (AP)--Hundreds of well-wishers jammed into the elegant Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia last night to bid it adieu. The hotel, which was to close at midnight, is the last known victim of the Legionnaire's Disease. The guests sang "Auld Lang Syne" as the midnight closing approached. The bar stopped serving drinks at the stroke of midnight, but hotel officials said the party would continue. UNITED NATIONS (UPI)--Diplomatic sources say the U.N. General Assembly will ask the Security Council to reconsider Vietnam's application for U.N. membership, after Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter takes office. Rockefeller expects no arms agreement WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (UPI)--Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller says he doesn't expect a new arms limitation agreement to be signed with Moscow before Pres. Ford leaves office. Speaking to reporters after addressing a NATO assembly in Williamsburg, Va., Rockefeller also was asked about the impact of another oil price increase. He said it definitely would be inflationary, and in his opinion disastrous to economy of the world. Members attending the North Atlantic Assembly said yesterday Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter has a clear grasp of how to deal with the Soviet Union and NATO problems. British conservative politician Philip Goodhart told some 200 parliamentarians attending the 22nd annual assembly that "I do take some encouragement from remarks that Pres.-elect Carter made during his campaign." "It seems to me he has a clear grasp that we should not subsidize the Soviet Union when they launch military adventures against us," Goodhart said. Earlier yesterday, in an apparent effort at bipartisanship, Rep. Paul Findley, R.-Ill., said "While, as a Republican, I worked fervently for the re-election of Pres. Ford, as an Atlanticist, there is much about Mr. Carter that I find promising." sure came in a deposition made public yesterday in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Socialist Workers Party alleging FBI harassment. Kelley testified that he was never told of burglaries conducted by FBI agents after 1966 against persons thought to be involved with militant political groups. But he said that, in a private meeting, he told senior bureau officials he felt he was being mislead. He said none of the officials offered any information. Kelley had made an earlier statement that there were no burglaries against domestic targets after 1966. Later he said none occurred after 1968, and later he amended that date to 1973 when he discovered bureau files showing the burglaries. r17 days left to biuy CublanAmerican Friendship, Day tickets "See page 2 for your area representative." Most of Lebanon remains calm BEIRUT (UPI)--Although fighting was reported continuing yesterday in areas of the north and south not yet entered by the Arab peacekeeping army, most of Lebanon remained calm. Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat left for Damascus to discuss the latest rifts in the guerrilla movement following clashes between the Syrian-backed Saiqa group and a rival Palestinian faction. Most tension appeared to center in the south, where Israeli-supported Christian rightists have been fighting against joint PalestinianMoslem leftist forces. Beirut and the other four-fifths of Lebanon occupied by the Syrian dominated Arab army were reported calm. Eyewitnesses said both leftists and rightists have massed about 4,000 troops in the area of Marjayoun, a strategic Christian rightist controlled town close to the Israeli border, about 41 miles south of Beirut. They said the Christian rightists have deployed along a seven-mile line from Marjayoun south to the border village of Adeissah, with the most leftists lined up opposite them on a 10-mile front stretching from below Kear Tebnit to the Litani River and the hills above the town of Deir Mimas. WASHINGTON (AP)--FBI Director Clarence Kelley has testified that he was met with silence when he complained to top aides that somene in the bureau was lying to him bout FBI burglaries. The discloHearst posts $500,000 bail LOS ANGELES (AP)--U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick has delayed for at least one day a decision on whether to release Patricia Hearst on bail. The $500,000 bail was posted yesterday by Miss Hearst's father and uncle. If Orrick agrees to her release, the newspaper heiress will leave prison for the first time in 14 months. Miss Hearst currently is serving a seven-year sentence on a federal bank robbery conviction. She faces trial in state court in Los Angeles on Jan. 10 on charges of kidnaping, robbery and assault in connection with a shooting at an Inglewood sporting goods store in May 1974. State Superior Court Judge William Ritzi said yesterday he would not object to her release if it's approved by Orrick. A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL: As a part of the American Education Week activities, teachers and administrators from the W.T. Sampson Elementary and High Schools presented Faculty Follies last night in the multi-purpose room at the elementary school. -During one segment of the skit, parents had a view of the administrators. A few are from left, Al Cocannouer, Carol Fox, Peter McKee, and Charles Couvillion. (Photo by FLTAVCENCARIB) Kelley says staff was lying

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Page 2 Sunday PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL will meet at the elementary school for children from two years to the 2nd grade; third grade to adult classes will meet at the high school at 9:30 a.m,. All ages will meet at the NAS Leeward Point Chapel at 10 a.m., t'HURCH OF CHRIST will meet at McCalIla Chapel at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 97191, IGUANA DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB will meet at the COMO Club at 7 p.m. SGames are open to all base residents For more information call Jim Cossey ;at 85149 AWH. Guantanamo Gazette E CC mmunit bulletin Board tV Friday, November 19, 1976 WATER STATUS YESTERDAY'S FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,350,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,512,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 18,359,000 The United States of America Bicentenial 1776-1976 Clubs and Organizations CPO ADVISORY GROUP There will be a meeting of the CPO Advisory Group today 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. 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. For reservations, contact Bill Tucker at 98152 AWR. CUB SCOUT PACK 1401 Pack 401 will hold its 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 tomorrow 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 today 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 tomorrow. 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 tomorrow 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. COMPANY L WIVES BAKE SALE Company L Marine Wives will hold a bake sale in front of the Navy Exchange tomorrow starting at 10 a.m. All members are urged to bring their baked goods to the Navy Exchange tomorrow morning or to 2-C East Bargo or 108 TK this evening. For more information call Betty at 952247 AT. CPO POOL CLOSED Due to work being done at the CPO Club, the CPO pool will be closed for a few days. An announcement will be made when the pool is again open. We apologize for the inconvenience to the users of the pool. CPO LUNCHEON All Naval Station master, senior, and chief petty officers are invited to attend a luncheon with the commanding officer on Wednesday, at the CPO Club dining room. There will be a cash bar at 11:30 with lunch being served at 12. Reservations must be made through the Career Counselor's office no later than Tuesday. To make reservations, call 85575 DWH. Sports MOTORCYCLE TEAM RELAY RACE Special notices TREASURE AND TRIVIA Treasure and Trivia will have a used toy sale tomorrow 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 today for inventory. Normal' operations will resume at 9 a.m. tomorrow. TICKET RESERVATIONS There will be a special two-hour Advanced ticket reservations for team relay race Sunday at the SherGuantanamo Bay Little Theatre's man Avenue motorcycle track. Pracproduction of "You're a Good Nan tice and registration starts at noon Charlie Brown", a Christmas show and races begin at 1 p.m. All teams for the entire family, can be made will be picked by track officials by calling 952250 AT beginning according to bike size and rider Monday. ability. No racing experience needed for this race. Trophies will be CUBAN COOKING CLASS awarded. All new riders will receive their first month's membership free. Are you interested in learning the Call Dave at 96112 or Rick at 952262. art of Cuban cooking? If so, here is your opportunity to do so. ClassSAILINMG REGATTA as are being taught by Mrs. Delores Duffus. For more information call There will be a sailing regatta 97120 between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. (a,,11u.vu.\ heldA Nov.27 cat unn, Next classes convene Nov. 29. starting at the NavSta fish and gear locker. Anyone wishing to enter can' call 951160 DWE 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 today 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 AWE. 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 game can contact Ewan 0. Meiklejohn at 85206 DWH. Entertainment "YOUrIRE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN" There will be a brief technical meeting for all those working with "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' today, 6 p.m. at Morin Center. All those working backstage or with costumes are asked to attend. REGISTRATION OFFICE CLOSED The Vehicle Registration Office will be closed today. LIBRARY OPEN The Naval Station Windward Library will be open on Thanksgiving Day between the hours of 10 a.m.' and 6 p.m. Commissary-Exchange NEX JOB OPERING The Navy Exchange has a job opening for a part-time waitress in the Mini-Mart Tea Shop. For more information cal 85348. U.S NAVAL_ w.AnIiAAMO BAY BASE CUBA CaptiJo:nH:"M onn-l Cat. Dvid:. Ds:o C=aoder Conding Officer LCdr. Michael Cherry. .Public Affairs Officer '0 i'll Broe. .Edir YN2 Mke Senft .Reporter Jo3 Clayton Scatt .Reporter Th.1::a1-,ai published according to the les .d regulaionsfor ship a d station newspapers luli.diin NVXUS P35 under teUdicion t heiNavBlBs u~ipbliuP Pit officer. Pinted five times weekly,at governet ense on goverment equipmt tthe opinions i statementsin new items thatappearh erei aregntbeestadusor ihi Dep aefl ipthe iew. of Ciuluuliup th Deartmentipiithipv. 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 Wednesday. 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 tomorrow. They will also have recliners for 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. COMMISSARY CLOSED THANKSGIVING The Commissary Store will be closed Thanksgiving Day. 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 tickets. Contact 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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Friday, November 19, 1976 Guantanam itain proposes to end peace conference ENEVA (UPI)--Britain proposed yesterday to end the Rhodesia peace conference by Dec. 20 at the latest in a move to meet demands by hardline black nationalists and get concrete talks going on establishing a pre-independence interim government. British conference chairman Ivor Richard suggested the deadline to "Patriotic Front" leaders Robert Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo who for three weeks have held up discussion of concrete issues by insisting on a definitive binding independence date. They also demanded the fixing of a cut-off date for the talks so that their proposed independence date of Dec. 1, 1977, "cannot be sabotaged." Richard's Dec. 20 deadline suggestion was designed to meet Mugabe and Nkomo halfway. He earlier said formally that Britain cannot and will not commit itself to any "immutable" date for majority rule independence. Richard gave Mugabe and Nkomo a one-page document containing the deadline proposal during a 45-minute meeting yesterday morning. The two nationalists conferred ivately on a joint response with itish officials encouraged because the black leaders showed no sign of wanting to quit the conference. Richard later in the day gave the same document to the other nationalist leaders, Bishop Abel Muzorewa and the Rev. Ndabaningi Sithole, and to Rhodesian Foreign Minister Pieter Van Der Byl, heading the white minority government delegation. Prime Minister Ian Smith yesterday expressed confidence the Geneva conference will survive its present state of stalemate. He told the Rhodesia Herald that he did not believe the conference would collapse as a result of the demands by the black Patriotic Front that a shift to majority rule take place within a year. Smith argues there is no guarantee the pre-majority rule groundwork can be completed within that time and calls the demand a "political gimmick." Condemned killer returns to Utah prision SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)--Gary Gilmore, the condemned killer with a death wish, was returned to Utah State Prison yesterday from a hospital where he refused medical treatment for an overdose of sleeping pills. His fiancee, Nicole Barrett, regained consciousness after two days in a. coma and was expected to recover from her attempt to kill herself as part of a suicide pact. Gilmore was rolled in a wheelchair between two lines of prison guards and state patrolmen out of iversity of Utah Medical Center a prison auto. He climbed into Economic adviser says no danger of recession Greenspan WASHINGTON (AP)--A top Ford administration economist says there is no danger of a recession. Chairman Alan Greenspan of the President's Council of Economic Advisers said the slowdown in the economy has continued longer than expected. But he added, "We are not about to tilt over into a recession." And he said 1977 should be a "good year." Greenspan spoke before a rubber industry meeting in Washington. He said the pause was mostly caused by a lag in business investments. Echoing the sentiments of Federal Reserve Board Chairman Arthur Burns, Greenspan said he thinks any decision now on the need for a 1977 tax cut would be premature. Burns had commented following the release yesterday of new government figures showing that the economy entered the fourth quarter in worse condition than originally thought. the back seat between two guards for the 25-mile ride to the penitentiary, where he tried to kill himself Tuesday. The 35-year-old slayer, wearing prison whites and looking rested after two days in the hospital's intensive care unit, ignored newsmen's shouted questions. The hospital staff was happy to see the departure of Gilmore, who refused all medical treatment yesterday, repeatedly yanked needles from intravenous medicine tubes out of his arms, would not allow an x-ray of a lung where pneumonia had developed, tried to take a swing at a nurse on one occasion, and used abusive language on other nurses. In Provo, Mrs. Barrett, 20, finally came out of the coma caused by the overdose of pills she took at her Springville apartment in a suicide pact with the slayer. Federal Judge Willis Ritter has delayed action on a newspaper's request that he order Utah authorities to allow interviews of Gilmore. Ritter said he would not act on the. complaint brought by the Salt Lake City Tribune until Gilmore is physically able to grant interviews. Spanish Parliament votes to hold elections MADRID (AP)--The Spanish Parliament voted yesterday to hold parliamentary elections next year, thus ending its own existence. The action would begin to dismantle the .regime of the late Gen. Francisco Franco and smooth the way for democracy after nearly 40 years of right-wing dictatorship. The parliamentary vote, 425-59, was well above the two-thirds needed. It came 364 days after Franco's death and is seen as a victory for the reform-minded government of Premier Adolfo Suarez and Franco's successor, King Juan Carlos. Earlier yesterday, the government received an assist from the Spanish people in its battle with Francoist conservatives over the political reform bill. As part of the backstage bargaining and political arm-twisting that overshadowed formal debate in the Cortes (Parliament), the government released the results of an opinion poll showing Spaniards backed the bill by a better than 20-1 majority. Gitmo Dialogue Dear Editor, It's pretty well understood that the approaching holiday season will have its share of impatient shoppers in crowded stores. Children will get lost and customers will jockey for counter space and demand immediate service. Harried salesclerks will show and demonstrate countless items, and merchandise will be examined, stretched, twisted, mutilated and left for the store staff to straighten out. People are people, and the Navy Exchange will face this seasonal ordeal along with other retailing enterprises around the globe. At the NEX, the holiday season involves moving huge stockpiles of merchandise and dealing with thousands of patrons. You can expect lines to form at dressing rooms, cashier cages and checkout registers. We will do our very best to continue providing efficient, top notch service at the customer contact points as well as behind the scenes. Naturally, you the customer can help. How? Merely by being considerate of other shoppers and those that are here to serve. As you shop, try to remember that you are part of the Navy Exchange environment; that your actions and demeanor contribute significantly to the general atmosphere of your store. Browse to your heart's content. But, during this period, try not to monopolize a facility, service or staff member's attention for extended periods of time. Remember that other people may be patiently waiting and counting on you to be thoughtful. Practicing courtesy is another way of showing consideration. Being polite doesn't cost a cent, but being grouchy and irritable can cause the loss of precious time and undermine efficient service. A very nice thing about courtesy is that it is highly contagious and quickly works its way back to you. The same thing can be said of disrespect, except that it isn't nice at all. The Navy Exchange wants to help make this season truly jolly by providing an ideal setting in which authorized customers can shop. The sales area is appropriately decorated, the staff is prepared and the store is loaded with bargains. With your cooperation, it can't be anything but a merry experience. Happy shopping. LCdr. J.A. O'Connor Navy Exchange Officer Dear Editor, The Deer Park Zoo Committee would like to thank the WIBC and ABC for the sponsorship and response at the No-tap Bowling Tournament Nov. 13. Also, a big thanks to the WIBC for their donations. Sharon Davis President Soviet missle ready for deployment LONDON t(UPI)--The defense chiefs of the NATO nations expressed concern yesterday for a new Soviet missile. The weapon, called the S-S-X20 by westerners, a surface-to-surface missile, is according to U.S. Defense Secy. Donald Rumsfeld "apparently nearly ready." Rumsfeld says he expects it to be deployed "at any time." Because the missile is mobile, officials said it is difficult to know where it is stationed. But one said it was not now positioned in Europe. Rumsfeld talked to reporters after taking part in a two day meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense ministers. They met as NATO's Nuclear Planning Group, whose current members are Canada, West Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States. Rumsfeld said he expects no major changes in American defense policy under the Carter administration. "The realities of the world do not change from administration to administration," he said. "There is no doubt in my mind that there will be no major changes in U.S. defense policy." Rumsfeld, however, said he has not discussed this in detail with Pres.elect Carter or any of his officials. Rumsfeld said the Soviet Union has continued to strengthen its nuclear and conventional forces in the past decade while U.S. force levels have been going down. "The American people recognize that these cuts cannot continue without a serious effect on our deterrent capability," he said. "We in the United States are now on a path which will enable us to maintain our defenses in a sensible way." Chilean government orders release of more prisoners SANTIAGO, Chili (UPI)--Chile's military government yesterday ordered the release of 168 more political prisoners, bringing the total freed in the past two days to 297. The 168 prisoners were trucked into Santiago from Puchuncavi, a coastal prison camp on the Pacific coast 100 miles west of Santiago. Government authorities said they were to be set free in the afternoon at the Tres Alamos Prison Camp in the southern outskirt of the capital. Another 129 prisoners were freed unconditionally on Wednesday from Tres Alamos. The government announced earlier this week that all prisoners held under state of seige laws would be set free. However, another 888 persons are either being tried by military tribunals or are already serving prison terms for political reasons. These were not affected by the general amnesty announced by the military authorities. Gazette Page3 Mugabe

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Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Friday, November 19, 1976 At the net ~-~S~d~ By Shinon Mororn The Racquet Club tournament held Newly elected officers of the RacNov. 13 and 14 was one of the; quet Club are Sharon Moroni, presi"timid" ones. A person signs up dent; Heidi Baker, secretary and with a partner and everyone hesiKathy Rohe treasurer. Other appointtates to ask someone to be a partive positions will be filled later. ner. The amazing thing is that with The next tournament will be over' so few signing up for the tournament, Thanksgiving weekend and is tentait's easier to win a trophy. tively scheduled for three days, In the men's bracket the team of Priday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. Ron Baumann and Charles Gaussiran 26, 27, and 28. The tournament will overpowered Chfarles Fleury and Roark b ABC Men's and Women's without Ferguson in the finals 6-3, 6-3. -eonsolation. Come one, come all and There was action galore and hard sign up. fought games. Outstanding tennis to Once again the Racquet Club is watch! The women's bracket saw open to all residents of the Gitmo Magdalene Coffey and Kobbe Pigg decommunity. All of the members issue feat the team of Elizabeth Francis every Gitmo tennis player a cordial and Andrea Pola. Consolation winners invitation to come play. See you on were Gayle McCorkle and Linda Howe the courts. defeating Barb Smith and Kathy Dunn, Three-wa tie created 6-1 and 6-3. Men's consolation had Y Carl Ogilvie and Dave Schallert beating Bennie Smith and Dick Hamin basketball league mond. A loss by NavSta Blue last night Gaussiran/Baumann made their way and wins by HAS Leeward and the tothe finals fromla first round NavaliHospital have createdta three and by defeating Floyd Shaw/Jim Addiway tie for first place in the son, Bob Rohe/Leon Pohlman and base basketball league. The three Fleury/Ferguson. The Fleury/Ferguson teams now have 6-1 records. duo had beaten Pat Smith/Ron Haigler, NavSta Blue was defeated 44-35 Dave Hoxsey/Larry Lind and Bill by the Marine Barracks. The Marine Scott/Mike Cherry. Barracks is tied with Company "L" Men's play was double elimination with 5-2 records. and that made consolation play really tough. Ogilvie/Schallert were the Snorts winners by beating Hoxsey/Lind, Jim scores Alger/Raphael Gordon, and Smith Hammond. Smith/Hammond reached the SCORES FROM YESTERDAY finals by defeating Chico Held/ Bill Siedensticker, Gerald Ness/Ray NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Pigg and Smith Haigler. Indiana 104, Detroit 99 Women's play had only eight teams, San Antonio 129, Kansas City 104 therefore play was sparse. Coffey/ Golden State 131, Phoenix 111 Pigg defeated Diane Gottlieb/Jane Showalter, Karen Schallert/Kathy HATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Rohe and Francis/Pola. Francis/Pola Boston 3, Washington 2 had beaten Howe/McCorkle and Cherry/ N.Y. Islanders 3, Los Angeles 1 Baker. In consolation play Howe/ McCorkle won defeating Sharon WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Smoroni/Gail Dinen and Smith/unn. Quebec 9, Minnesota Smith/Dunn had beaten Gottlieb/ShoCalgary 2, Phoenix 1 (OT) walter. ('I 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. fbr sale Brake shoes for 1965 VW bus; winter coat, 35 lb. test bow; set of aluminum shaft arrows, never used; swing set with 10 ft. slide. Call 90206 AT. Singer featherweight sewing machine, straight stitch with attachments, excellent condition. Call 85575 DWH or 951260 AWH. Custom fishing rods made to order, call 85367 AT. Honda 70 SL, $200. Call 95440 AT. 1972 CL 350 Honda with back rest and carrier, $475 or best offer. Call 99170 AT. Movie camera like new, used three times; Yashica electro power zoom, three speed. Must see to appreciate, $100. Call 85736 AWH. Bathroom carpeting, avacado green, washable, $15. Call 90267 AT. Artex acrylic spray, vanish spray, litho-lift, all new cans, $5 for all; 1971 Honda CL 350, $400; Montgomery Ward 3 1/2 HP rotor tiller, shift drive, $120. Call 99175 AT. Pioneer SX 1010 receiver, Sansui SX 7500 speakers like new. Can be seen at GHB B complex room 0202 AWH. Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge vans and trucks. Call John Stockton at 95568 AWH for more information.% 24,000 Fedders BTU A/C, $160. Call 85280 AT. Two 22,000 BTU A/C, $250 each; one. 6,000 BTU, $75; one 5,000 BTU $75. Call 952205 AT. 1974 Rupp mini bike, $100. Call 95492 AT. Ventura electric guitar, twin pickup, hard steel case, extra strings, $150; 5 string banjo, $60; Call Scoop at 95451 AWH or see at GHB room P101 C complex. Sunfish sailboat with trailer; 1962 Austin Healey 3000. Call Bruce at 95451 AWH. 1971 Vega hatchbach, 3-speed, $650, negotiable; 1964 Chevy SS, $400. Call 64347 DWH and ask for George. Also, Fender guitar amplifier, 200 watts, $200 firm. -_________ ANNOUNCEMENT POSITION AND GRADE 10-535-76 Cable Splicer,_WG-10 35-024-76 Employe Development Specialist, GS-11 10-763-76 Maintenance Representative, GS-7 10-725-76 Telephone Mechanic, WG-11 10-507-76 Boilermaker, WG-10 15-039-76 Equipment Mechanic, WG-10 15-052-76 Machinist, WG-10 10-506-76 Systems Accountant, GS-11 SALARY CLOSING DATE COMMAND $ 6.18 ph 20 Dec. 76 $17056 pa 22 Nov. 76 $11523 pa 20 Dec. 76 $ 6.43 ph 22 Nov. 76 $ 6.18 ph OPEN $ 6.18 ph 20 Dec. 76 $ 6.18 ph OPEN $17056 pa OPEN PWD CCPO PWD PWD SRD SRD COMPT -Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 10-308-75 20-015-75 30-037-75 45-085-75 Telephone Oper., GS-2 Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Accounts Maint. Clk., GS-3 $6572 pa OPEN $7408 pa OPEN $7408 pa OPEN Store Worker, (Int.), $4.73 ph OPEN WG-4 94-001-75 Library Aid, (Int.), GS-2 services Sewing and alterations done anytime. Call 952262 AT. Responsible couple wishes to housesit anytime. Reference available. Call 64219 DWH and leave message for AE2 Jordan. $6572 pa OPEN Someone to repair and upholster furniture. Call 99105 AWE or 951119 DWH. Small compact car with automatic transmission. Call 95448 DWH or 90246 AWH. lost Many different sizes and shapes of One grey and white rabbit from cakes baked and decorated for all Tierra-K.!Reward offered. Call occasions. Call Carolyn at 95452 AT. 95568 AWH. Husband and wife would like to housesit anytime. Reference available. Call 95312 DWH. Will babysit for working mothers in my home. Call 99246 AT. 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. wanted 25 HPor more outboard motor in good condition. Call 85734 DWH or 951056 AWH. Waffle iron. Call 90134 AT. 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. YARD SALES Tierra-K 87, tomorrow from 9.-l p.m. Girls clothing, material, sewing supplies, draperies, Artex paints and other items. For more information, call 952225 AT. 1259 A Villamar, 6th street, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow. Clothing for women and children. Ocean View #6, from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow. Miscellaneous items. 1161 Center Bargo, two-family, from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow. China, bronze ware, ceramic besgue, drapes, shoes, and other items. For more information call 90267. 310 Marina Pt., from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m today and 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. tomorrow. Odds and ends, diving masks, fishing rods and reel, and other items. Call 90155 for more information. 54 B Nob Hill, from 9:30 a.m. 10-speed bike, set, clothing,1 much more. 3-family, tomorrow to 3 p.m. Man's 26" furniture, weight books, records, and $"1) I r Pale 4 Guantanamo Gazette Friday, November 19, 1976 BPTO Flight Schedule DAY! ARRIVALS DEPARTURES DATE FROM ETA A/C FLT TO ETD A/C FLT Sat. SCOTT AFB 1125 C9 MEDIVAC RSYRDS 1200 C9 MEDIVAC Nov. 20 JAX 1600 C118 LOGISTIC SUN. NOV. 21 NORF 1645 C141 ABA0475 MON. RSYRDS 1000 C141 ABA0476 NOV. 22 NORF 1315 0141 AQAO471 KING 1430 C141 ABA0471 KING 1740 C141 AQA0472 TUE. HAITI 0700 C118 EMBASSY NOV. 23 HAITI 0930 C118 EMBASSY NORF 1155 C141 AQA0472 HAITI 1600 C118 EMBASSY HAITI 1830 C118 EMBASSY WED. NOV. 24 RSYRDS 1740 C141 ABA0474 THU. NORF 1155 C141 ABA0474 NOV. 25 NORF 1315 C141 AQA0471 KING 1430 C141 AQA0471 KING 1740 C141 AQA0472 FRI. NOV. 25 NORF 1155 C141 AQA0472 Job Opportunities Applications should be submitted to the Consolidated Civilian Personn* Office: by the'closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Consolidated Civilian Personnel Office or.by reviewing vacancy announcements posted of official :bulletin boards.


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