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notices 1977 CALENDARS

Servmart has received a stock of
R FORECAST the following: id weather fored weatlher fore3. Executive Planning and Appointment y cali 8 Guide. NSN 9Q7530-00-184-9013. fo und daily in
t box oth Wall Calendar, 11 5/8" X 8 7/8". azette. The duty NSN 9Q7510-01-017-8801. be reached at The loose leaf refills for the Executive Desk Holders in sizes 3" X 3 5/8" and 3 3/4" X 5 7/8" have not been received yet. Their ice would like to availability will be announced as t Christmas is soon as they are received. me. If you can't
loved ones during Entertainment L the second best
No card or letter NAUTICAL LANTERN of saying "merry The Nautical Lantern will offer r your conveniifferent loca- the following special on Dec. 17 ou to make that and 18: 11I through ITT.
s cho g IThe Steamship round, choice of potato, ns concerning the vegetable, rolls and butter, salad, service cli coffee or tea. All for $4.50 per merrier Christaway. person.

BLUE CARIBE

The Blue Caribe will be closed for h lunch only Tuesday.

e iCommissary-Exchange er/cashier is Mart. The hours
30 p.m., Satur- MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE , Sundays 1 to
iys 4 to 9:30 p.m. The Marine Corps Exchange will n call 85348. open at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The Marine Corps Exchange has reiBRAR ...ceived a shipment of rods and reels, Fishing knives, men's shirts and LLibrary announces dungarees, and boy's pull-overs in for the Christmas sizes 10 to 18. They also have an
)egin holiday hoursand stereo equipment.


HARRY HONG KONG
to 6 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Harry Hong Kong's Tailor Shop .m. wishes to advise all customers who to 6 p.m. placed orders from Oct. 17 to Nov. to 6 p.m. 11 that their items are now ready to to 6p.m. be picked up. The tailor shop has to 6 p.m. just received a new shipment of the to 4 p.m. newest materials and latest designs.
You can place your order now and pay .m. (Regular for it on convenient lay-away terms. sume) Harry Hong Kong is located next to
to 4 p.m. the Navy Exchange and at the Marine site. The hours of operation are the same as those for the exchanges. rary is open
nd Friday from ICE CREAM AT MINI MART L. alter its
pen Dec. 23 and There is ice cream available at regular Friday the Mini Mart.



NEX OPEN AFTER DEFEX

be conducted Due to the DEFEX, the Navy Exget today change will open approximately one . and hour after the sounding of the all om 9:30 a.m. to clear alarm nn Dec. 11. he firing will
il 10:30 a.m.
:he Conde and AM between St. You're A Good Man les Points, and
ay north of Charlie Brown scheduled adillo Points
; For futher "You're A Good Man, Charlie ct the Special Brown", a musical comedy based on omNavBase duty the comic strip "Peanuts" by )lice. Charles SchulZ, will be presented by the Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre








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*tmo'yS p ulIs e -~1A

A biweekly feature of the Gazette
SSgt. Frederick Curlew, Post Office/Marine Barracks: "Yes, I believe Gilmore should have his wishes. I believe it would be better than being behind bars the This week's question rest of his life."


Do you think convicted murderer Gary Gilmore, 2

as well as other such condemned prisoners, should

have the right to immediate execution if he Lt(j.g. ) E.M. Hammond, Comptroller/Disbursing Officer:
srquets "I feel that if a person has been convicted of a crime
...... .for which the law dictates a specific punishment and
the person is willing to admit guilt by agreeing to the punishment, then let it be. On this case, however, I have mixed feelings because I do not believe in the Smith maya journ talks death penalty."

to prove it. Smith returned to
Geneva yesterday after a five-week. ___absence.
.~ Four African nationalist delegations attending the Geneva conference have refused to discuss the
issinger Plan. Co-leader of the YNSA Paul Swain, Naval Station Admin: "Yes, for the "Patriotic Front" Joshua Nkomo says simple reason that Gary Gilmore has proved beyond the ' the Kissinger Plan does not exist. shadow of a doubt that he would like to be executed.
'He told a Wnew oe.can If people are granted parole, then why shouldn't they not have the so-called Anglo- ] be granted death." American plan imposed on the people" of Rhodesia.
Smith told newsmen at Geneva
Airport that for the white government the original Anglo-Americani
GENEVA AP)-Rhodesian Prime ' proposals represented a rontractural Sgt. A.M. Rodriguez, S-4/Marine Barracks: "Yes, I
Minister Ian Smith says he may call agreement. He accused Britain of believe upon being convicted of the crime, their refor adjounent of the Rhodesia breaking its wordby saying the' quest should be granted. It will save the state and talksif black nationalists reject proposals represented a basis for tax payers money, and the convicted man the misery of the "isnger proposals" for maj- negotiation rather than a hard and spending the rest of his life in a cage."
rul-- fast package.
Sisth has insisted Secy. of~ State "Britain is stepping back from Ksiger promised white control of its commitment saying that the,~~
an interim government and the key Anglo-American plan is just a basis ministries of' defense and police. for negotiation whereas for us it He says he has an unsigned document was an agreement, he said.


El Hoss to form Lebanese cabinet Edward Pierce, Civilian Barracks Manager: "I think they should have the right to have their execution w thout thes utaeiune_ instead of being confined for life or until some judge ment of a full government, indicates decides to have them die later on." that difficulties' remain.
~< Pres. Jb'sip Broz Tito of 4 X Yugosla~via 01; would recognize a' Palestinian goy'ernmjent in exile, the leftist newspaper As Safir said yesterday.
As Safir said officials in LN1 Philip B. Doiron, CNB/Staff Judge Advocate Office: Yugoslavia and Romania discussed "No, simply because I don't think that a court should "the positions of the (Palestinian) have the power to order a person executed to begin resistance toward a Palestinian with. 'Life in prison and execution are entirely difstate and goverment-in-exile" ferent." during Arafat's recent visits to
Sarkisthe countries.
Although the formation of such a
EIRUT AP)-res. Elias Sarkis govnment appear s to be gaining
has aked a Moslem technocat, favori h Palestine nLiberati
1aimE Hoss,~ to form Lebnon' Organizationmoderates, it is byno
firs post-c'ivil war cabint e s- means wdely accepted. Comupiled by J03 Clayton Scott tedys announcement zof< acbinet Both th pro- Syrian Saiqa organizlh Photographed by PH2 S.M. Pippi s
jeanees fom the right-wing leader- settlemen with Israel have voiced
shp objections to foerminf a government on the grounds thatthe Palestinians ca observers say the fact have been weaken too much by the Waldst
thtHss has been designated only Lebanese civil war to draw any im- h i p i itc o e id e E s
asteman asked to form a cabinet, 'mediate' benefits from such a move. UNITED NATIONS (AP)--U.N. S~ecy. ties but little or no real power."
Gem. Kurt Waldheim said yesterday. But Waldheim expressed optimism of that chances for new Middle East~ the possibility to reconvene the negotiations have "never been bet- Geneva conference on the Mideast / !ter than now." ,at the beginning of the new year.
i'! Waldheim also praised Pres.-elect He spoke at a news cnference Jimmy Carter's selection of Cyrus after the eneral Assembly reelect- Vance as secretary of state. Cooking ghim to another five-year term. Waldheim's appointment, recommendWaldheim said the greatest challenge ed by a 14-0 vote in the Security fr the next five years- is the dia- Council Tuesday, with Panama ablogue between rich and poor nations, staining, was opposed in a resolution put before the assembly by
A ro u n d th e orlc He described his post as one Ambassador Ion Dactu of Romania, having "great public responsibili- council president for December.
With J. T. Savoawald linke to ba lo ts


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f in1/4 cup wam (not ot) 'water. To 1 1/2 cups scalded milk, add 1 exile said yesterday that Lee Harvey time of the Kennedy assassination.
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Page 4 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, December 9, 1976


* Gitmo has first junior tennis tournament

By Magdalene Coffey Ricky Pigg walked away with the * trophies. Robby took first place
-. As the sun rose to brilliance with 12 points, while Ricky was against the blue sky, another ball runner-up with 9 points. Eric Ness

Colege basketball scores was tossed into the air, the sound and Sean Waugh tied for third place.
of a smashing serve was heard. The B division had the most partiSCORES FROM YESTERDAY Old Dominion 113, Roanoke 69 So began the first Guantanamo Bay Pcipants. Eachparticipant played Lynchburg 53, Rand.-Macon 51 Round Robin Junior Tennis total of 27 games. Tshombe Coffey U. of Balt. 82, Mount St. Mary's 65 VMI 74, Radford 52 Tournament last weekend. Twenty won 26 of the 27 games that he N.C. St. 70, Appalachian St. 49 Madison 98, Rutgers-Camden 91 three enthusiastic young tennis played to become the B division Navy 102, Washington Coll. 61 Saginaw Valley 110, Windsor 85 players ranging in age from seven champion. Jeff Gottlieb was runnerVermont 65, St. Michael's 61 Minnesota 66, Nebraska 58 to 17 took to the courts to battle. up with 19 points. Richard Peterson Okla. St. 75, Arkansas St. 54 Kearney St. 77, Hastings 75 Even though young in years, many came in third and Erin Sharpe took Lehigh 91, Colgate 86 OT Northwestern 96, S.D.-Spring. 64 of Citmo's junior players showed fourth place. Tulane 64, Mississippi 59 Siena Heights 78, Northwood Inst. 77 great promise, thrilling the spec- Action in the A division was fast Louisville 89, Idaho St. 68 W. Georgia 58, N. Georgia 54 tators with some excellent tennis. and furious, especially when Charles Maryland 80, East Carolina 69 W. Liberty 66, Davis & Elkins 60 .The tournent was divided into Fleury and Jeff Finister tied with Old Westbury 62, N.Y. Maritime 60 Bluefield 93, Pikeville 82 A, B, and C divisions. To afford 18 points and played another mini Marquette 64, Florida 61 Illinois 84, San Jose St. 70 each participant the opportunity match to decide who would take home 'E lcia 3 aladU 9N ea t 97, Baylor 83
R higan 83, Oakland U7 59 N. Texas S . 9, Tny. 86 to play as much tennis as possible, the first place trophy. After batRotheandern9 Otte, 74 Texas A&I 9e ach participant played each player tling back and forth for only a
Morehead St. 74, Troy St. 70 Kansas St. 79, Northern Illinis58 in his divisiona mini match con- short period, Charles emerged vicYork, N.Y. 54, Southampton 51 LSU 82, Niagara 68 sisting of three games. Winners in torious proving that he was number Iona 77, Wagner Arizona 115, Adams St. 55 each division were determined by one by defeating Jeff 2-1. Andrea W. Michigan 94, Grand Valley 73 Richmond 80, Catholic U. 62 the total number of games won. Pola took third place while Steve Curry 82, Roger Williams 77 Oklahoma 62, St. Louis 54 In the C division, Robby and Henley finished in fourth.
Assmpton 01,St.Joseph's, Me. 71' Wake Forest 90, Williami & Mary 84
Bowdoin >92, Worchester Tech 71 Virginia Union 98, Shaw 78 V l s a v n e North Carolina 99, Ath. in Action 86 Angelo St. 84, Sul Ross 74 to a Sports score Miami, Ohio 67, Wright St. 54 Moorhead St. 97, Moor. Concordia 64 Sr scoris Okla.. City 93, Tex.,-Arlington 69 Bellhaven Mississippi Coll. 53 semi-finals Cincinati 67, Bowling Green. 63 Idaho 77, Cal. St.-Sacramento 67 c.. . . UPI)--Argentina's Guillermo Vilas
aSalle-Phila. 97, Delaware 84 Washington 78, N. Arizona 61 outlasted American Harold Solomon, SCORES FROM YESTERDAY Gettysburg 63; Wsn. Maryland 62 OT Haverford 91, Eastern 77 6-3'4-6, 6-4, last night to move St. Martin's 61, Alaska-Anchorage 54 ,into thesemifinals of the Grand NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Kansas Newman 62, Friends 59 Prix Masters in Houston. Boston 104, Portland 95 S ots standin s St. Mary's, Cal. 80, Carroll, Mont. Vilas faced a must-win situation Indiana 111, Los Angeles 98
6 after Brian Gottfried of Ft. N.Y. Knicks 105, N.Y. Nets 95 Clarion St. 80, Frostburg St. 78 Lauderdale, Fla., earlier in the Seattle 109, Washington 99 AWestminster 65, Juniata 59 evening defeated Mexico's Raul Philadelphia 123, Buffalo 102
E R C0NFERENCE -Allegheny 85, Bebrand 67 Ramirez, 4-6 6-3, 6-0. Detroit 107, Chicago 100
Atlantic Division W L GB 'Indana, Pa. 62, Slippery Rock 50 Gottfried was eliminated despite Atlanta 117, San Antonio 106 oston 13 9Berea 94, Centre 57 finishing the round-robin portion ' Phoenix 116, Houston 95 Philadelphia 13 9 -- Purdue-Ind. 84; Ashland 71 of the Masters with the same 2-1 N.Y. Knicks ' 11 13 3 Dakota Weslyn. 63, Sioux Falls 62 record as Vilas. But Vilas' 5-.4~ NATIONAL~ HOCKEY LEAGUE uffalo 10 14 4 Yankton 91, Concordia-Nebraska 81 record in sets over three matches N.Y. Rangers 4, St. Louis 4 (tie) N.Y. Nets - ~ 10 14 4 " Marietta 84, Malone 82 'was one better'than Gottfried's 4-4. Buffalo 5, Cleveland 1
-vision St. Leo 77, 111.-Chicago Circle 48 Solomon, of Silver Springs,. Md., Montreal 4, Chicago 3 ouon ' 14 6 1/2 Dana 71, Bellevue 62 played a tough match despite knowing Atlanta 5, Minnesota 0 leveland , 16 7 -- Murray St. 69, Mo. Southern 66 he had already earned the semifinal Vancouver 4, Toronto 3 New Oleans' 14 10 2 1/2- Cortland St. 92, 'swego St. 75 round opposite Manuel Orantes of Los Angeles 3, Colorado 3 (tie) ISan~ Antonio 11 13 ,5 1/2 American Inter. 73, N. Adams St. 68 Spain in a match tomorrow. Washington 9 13 6 1/2 Alderson-Broaddus 105, Salem 98 Vilas was scheduled to play WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
-Atlan'a 8 16 8 1/2 Wis.-Parkside 106, St. Norbert 65 ~Poland's WojtekFibak in a semifinal New Englad 5, Houston 1 N. Park 87, Carthage 77 match today. San Diego 6, Cincinnati 1 WESTENCONFEENCE Wis.-Green Bay 80, Carroll, Wis. 61Winnipeg4 Mi~dwes't Division~ W L, GB Waukesha Tech 73, Norwegian 55(1 Denver 16 7 -- 'Evansville 78, W. Kentucky 61
etroit 13 11 3 1/2 Dowling 107, Medgar Evers 61
Knsas City 12 12 4 1/2 Johns Hopkins 76, Ursinus 47 kf Indiana' '1 13 5 .Augsburg 70, St. Cloud 54
Chicago 4 15 10 Fairfield 86,"St. Francis, N.Y. 84 1 All ads willbe run one time only. 1965 Corvair, low mileage, $550. Milwauokee 4 22 13 1/2 Bentley 83, Syourad each tie Call 99152 AWH.Asem77 Pacific Division '' Babson 83, Barrington 74 you must sit ord Ads eah tbe a1952A Pra 1 7I 74 submitted by calling 951144 before Two sections of picket fence, ea, : Glden State 12 10" 4 S. Illinois 82, Millikin 4 4 p.m. or by dropping it in one of section is 8 ft.long and 4 ft.higW 'Seattle < ' 14 12~ 4 FDU-Madisom 71, Manhattanville 64 the drop'boxes located at the $8 per section. Call 85316 AT. 1 ,Los Angeles 12 11 4 1/2 ' Navy Exchange and Flagship Mess. hoeix 9 10 ' ' 1/2 Browner named Lineman ,,Ads which discriminate on the basis wanted ~of race, sex, creed, color or naNH L of the Year tional origin will not be accepted.. Any seaman or below at NavSta who
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idle, Sun, Temp. itgh t -de-9:5Bpm ILow ide -5:25pm ISui5 e --7:24a Low-----73 Th_ Vol. 31, No. 235 U.S. Naval Kissinger meets with leaders BRUSSELS (UPI)--Secy. of State henry Kissinger began his final eview of America's relations with Western Europe with a series of meetings with other foreign ministers yesterday. Kissinger is to address the NATO Council today. He spent yesterday in meetings with some of the officials he has dealt with in the past three years as secretary of state. He began with a breakfast meeting with Sir Christopher Soames, copresident of the European Community WASHINGTON (AP)--Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter emerged from a meeting with three state governors last night saying "I will announce my cabinet before Christmas, I think." Carter flew to Washington to consider personnel changes in the FBI and the Federal Energy Administration. He says he has made no decision as of yet on whether to replace FBI Director Clarence Kelley, who has said he would like to retain his post. CIA Director George Bush has alFready announced his resignation, effective on Carter's inauguration day, Jan. 20. Carter dismissed reports yesterday that a bitter rivalry has broken out between transition chief Jack Watson and chief talent scout Hamilton Jordan. Before leaving Atlanta yesterday, Carter interviewed four more prospects for the cabinet for a total of nine such interviews in two days. Those called in for yesterday's conferences are believed under consideration for secretaries of commerce, defense, transportation and the treasury. Carter met yesterday morning with California physicist Harold Brown, Jane Cahill Pfeifer, Democratic Congressman Brock Adams of Defense exercise scheduled Saturday There will be a base wide defense exercise Saturday. The exercise is scheduled to start at 7 a.m. without the siren sounding. Military personnel will man their duty stations while noncombatants will "take cover" by remaining in their quarters. Everyone is reminded not to wander around the base and only essential vehicle and pedestrian traffic will be allowed during the DEFEX. Avoid using the telephone except for emergency calls and listen to AFRTS 1340 AM for information and termination of the DEFEX, which is scheduled to end at approximately 10 a.m. During the DEFEX, the ferrys will operate on the following schedule: 6 a.m. from McCalla, 10:10 a.m. from Leeward and 10:30 from Leeward. All remaining ferrys will operate on the normal schedule. Executive Commission. Later, Soames, who is also soon to 1M office, said "the two men cou look back to 1973 (when Kissi became secretary of state) wi some satisfaction." I Then, Kissinger drove two blo to the royal palace where he ha private audience with King Baud Kissinger is said to be look ahead to a meeting in London la this week. He flies to London morrow to confer with British 1 ers on the future of Rhodesia He'll discuss the matter wi British Foreign Secy. Anthony Crosland and Ivor Richard, wh chairman of the current Genevi conference on Rhodesia. Elementary school to Christmas program The W.T. Sampson Elementary will present a musical program titled "Christmas Around the W at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the elem school amphitheatre. The publ cordially invited to attend. Washington state, and Bendix Corp. Press. Michael Blumenthal at the Georgia governor's mansion, which is on loan to the former governor. "What job?," Brown asked when he was asked as he emerged from the mansion whether he was offered the Job as defense secretary. An aide said he was to meet with Texas Congresswoman Barbara Jordan in Washington later last night. The black woman is reportedly under strong consideration by Carter for the post of attorney general. Also summoned for an evening appointment with Carter was Charles Schultze, budget director during the Johnson administration, who was reported to be in line for consideration as treasury secretary or chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. Ti0nse U5Dberarrro ve-rip the Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee of its bill-writing power seems certain to be approved by the full House. The action will leave the committee in little more than an advisory capacity. There had been talk of abolishing the committee altogether. The committee has been criticized by the citizens lobby "Common Cause," which called it a "huckster for the nuclear power industry." Instead of sending bills to the Joint Atomic Committee, the House would send legislation to appropriate House committees. One such committee will be created to handle energy legislation. The Atomic Committee would still receive bills from the Senate, unless the Senate takes similar action. The House Democrats, meeting in caucus, also took aim yesterday at the House Ethics Committee, and voted to take away that committee's bill-writing power. NATO postpones decision on radar system BRUSSELS (UPI)--Defense ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization yesterday postponed until early next year a decision on whether to buy a $2.4 billion flying radar system from the United States. But U.S. Defense Secy. Donald Rumsfeld said, "It's been a good meeting." Rumsfeld aides said the decision to buy the air warning and control system to provide NATO with earlier information about a surprise lowlevel air attack is going just about as the United States had hoped. The officials said some details of financing had to be resolved. Dutch Defense Minister Henk Vredeling said all ministers agreed the system is needed to close a serious gap in defenses, but smaller countries said they could not pay for it on top of their existing defense budgets. He said the ministers would meet again in late January or early February once the financial problems have been sorted out by their governments. Vredeling said the special meeting "must come up with a decision, or it should not take place at all." In an interview with West German television, Rumsfeld said, "We can assume any adversary would be likely to attack in a way which is least favorable to NATO, which would be with little or no warning." University of Michigan offers post to Ford WASHINGTON (UPI)--A White House aide said yesterday Pres. Ford has been offered a teaching post at the University of Michigan, his alma mater, and will consider it along with other possible options after a return to private life. "The University of Michigan has offered a visiting professorship in political science," said Maj. Robert Barrett, the President's military aide and the man in charge of handling his person affairs during the transition period. "But that is one of a large number of other offers received and, consistent with past statements by the President, all such offers are being held for review, with no decisions planned until after Jan. 20," said Barrett. There had been criticism that the committee delayed action on a lobby reform bill in the last session of Congress. The Ethics Committee would still have the job of investigating charges of misconduct against House members. Gilmore apparently wants to live SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)--Once Gary Gilmore asked to die. Now he apparently wants to live. Lawyers for the condemned Utah killer have filed a petition in federal court demanding his release from the death sentence. The reason, Utah didn't execute him soon enough. Utah state law says a condemned killer must be executed within 60 days. But the Gilmore case has dragged on to the point where his attorney says Gilmore is being "illegally restrained." At the same time the U.S. Supreme Court is considering the Gilmore case. It took the matter up for two hours yesterday and will resume deliberations tomorrow. Live Christmas tree sale scheduled Fresh cut Christmas trees, both Scotch Pine and Canadian Balsam, will be on sale tomorrow and Saturday. Hours for the sale will be from 6-8:30 p.m. tomorrow and noon-2 p.m. Saturday. Location of the sale will be at the Auto Hobby Shop located between Special Services and the archery range, across from Cooper Field. World News Digest TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Arizona newspaper reporter Don Bolles, fatally injured in the explosion of a car bomb, has been named winner of this year's John Peter Zenger Award for freedom of the press. Bolles was pursuing a story on land fraud when the bomb went off last June. CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP)--Police in Mexico say five armed members of a Communist terrorist group forced their way into the American-owned Sylvania electronics plant yesterday. They passed out propaganda to workers, then killed the plant manager. 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'L register by calll at 64460 or Ruth Full Registration and deposits will a so be taken at the Arts and Crafts the chapel pat Workshop Dec. 17 from 5 until 7 p.m. Several five-week advanced courses MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION will be offered, limited to five students per class and the class There will be a Men's Gol time will be arranged by the stuaction meeting Dec. 15 at 7 dents. Prerequisite for this adthe club lounge. This meet vanced class is any cake decorating be preceded by a putting co class. These are the last classes starting at 6 p.m. that Mrs. Collier will be offering in Gitmo. CIVIC COUNCIL CARIBBEAN SKIPPERS The Caribbean Skippers CB radio club will have a Christmas party for children Dec. 18 at Deer Park from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information call 99176 or contact Pee Wee on Channel 7. Santa will be there. YACHT CLUB The Yacht Club will have Family Day Sunday. Racing begins at 1 p.m. with social hour at 5:30 p.m. A pot luck dinner follows at 6 p.m. Members are asked to observe the following alphabetical listing for covered dishes: A through F, desert; G through L, casseroles; M through Sm, salads; Sn through Z, casseroles. PROTESTANT CHAPEL SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The Guantanamo Bay Protestant Chapel Sunday School proudly presents its Christmas program "What Christmas Means to Me" at 7 p.m. Sunday at the base chapel. All parents and children are cordially invited to attend. DEPUTY GAME WARDENS There will be a Deputy Game Warden's meeting Manday at 7 p.m. in quonset hut # 1 located near the Marine boat shed. GITMO REFLEX PHOTO CLUB The Gitmo Reflex Photo Club will meet Friday night at 7 in the Photo Club behind the Ceramic Shop. For further information contact Bill Tucker at 98152 AWH. YOUTH FOR CHRIST Youth for Christ meets each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Youth Fellowship Building at McCalla Chapel. For more information contact 90148 AT. f Associp.m. in ing will contest The Civic Council will hold a meeting on Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Caribbean Arts and Crafts building. This is a very important meeting as a vote will be taken to amend the constitution. All members are urged to attend. People in housing are invited to attend. For futher information, call Judy Goodbar at 90251. Sports SINGLES NO TAP BOWLING TOURNAMENT There will be a Singles No Tap Bowling Tournament Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $4 per person. Sign-up prior to tournament. Education COLLEGE BLUE BOOK The 15th edition of the College Blue Book has arrived at the Educational Services Office. This is a three book set with information concerning requirements, costs, policies and degrees offered in U.S. colleges. Interested personnel should contact J.T. SRvoia at 85553. U.S. NAVAL GUANTANAMO BAY, BASE CUBA apt.Jo, E. McConnell Capt. David W. DeCook Naval Base Naval station Commander Commanding Officer Lear. Michael Cherry-. Public Affairs Officer YN2 Mike Senft. ..Reporter JO3 Clayton Scott.Reporter Special notices DED WEATHER FORECAST -hour recorded weather fores available by calling 85813. her can be found daily in her Forecast box on the ge of the Gazette. The duty er can now be reached at ICE cal ITT office would like to veryone that Christmas is to call home. If you can't family and loved ones during iday season the second best to call. No card or letter the place of saying "merry s Mom." For your convenire are 20 different locabase for you to make that overseas call through ITT. ave questions concerning the overseas telephone service call 95518. Remember, a merrier Christmas is just a dial away. NEX JOB OPENING 1977 CALENDARS Servmart has received a stock of the following: Executive Planning and Appointment Guide. NSN 9Q7530-00-184-9013. Wall Calendar, 11 5/8" X 8 7/8". NSN 9Q7510-01-017-8801. The loose leaf refills for the Executive Desk Holders in sizes 3" X 3 5/8" and 3 3/4" X 5 7/8" have not been received yet. Their availability will be announced as soon as they are received. Entertainment NAUTICAL LANTERN The Nautical Lantern will offer the following special on Dec. 17 and 18: Steamship round, choice of potato, vegetable, rolls and butter, salad, coffee or tea. All for $4.50 per person. BLUE CARIBE The Blue Caribe will be closed for Theinavyoboe nge:haslunch only Tuesday. lowing job opening: A part-time checker/cashier is needed in the Mini Mart. The hours are Fridays 4 to 9:30 p.m., Saturdays 2 to 9:30 p.m., Sundays 1 to 9:30 p.m. and Mondays 4 to 9:30 p.m. For more information call 85348. NAVAL STATION LIBRARY The Naval Station Library announces hours of operation for the Christmas and New Year holiday period. Windward library will begin holiday hours on Dec. 17. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1 to 5 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed 1 to 5 p.m. (Regular hours resume) Dec. 31 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 1 Closed Leeward Point Library is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 to 8 p.m. and will alter its schedule by being open Dec. 23 and 30, instead of the regular Friday hours. LIVE FIRING Live firing will be conducted on the Hicacal target today from noon to 9 p.m. and again tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, the firing will be-from 7 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. For your safety, the Conde and Hicacal Beach areas between St. Nicolas and Caracoles Points, and all of the upper bay north of Caracoles and Granadillo Points will be off limits. For futher information, contact the Special Services Marina, ComNavBase duty officer or Base Police. VEHICLE REGISTRATION OFFICE The Vehicle Registration Office at Base Police Headquarters will be closed Friday and Dec. 17. Commissary-Exchange MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE The Marine Corps Exchange will open at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The Marine Corps Exchange has received a shipment of rods and reels, fishing knives, men's shirts and dungarees, and boy's pull-overs in sizes 10 to 18. They also have an assortment of Haitian wood items and stereo equipment. HARRY HONG KONG Harry Hong Kong's Tailor Shop wishes to advise all customers who placed orders from Oct. 17 to Nov. 11 that their items are now ready to be picked up. The tailor shop has just received a new shipment of the newest materials and latest designs. You can place your order now and pay for it on convenient lay-away terms. Harry Hong Kong is located next to the Navy Exchange and at the Marine site. The hours of operation are the same as those for the exchanges. ICE CREAM AT MINI MART There is ice cream available at the Mini Mart. NEX OPEN AFTER DEFEX Due to the DEFEX, the NavyExchange will open approximately one hour after the sounding of the all clear alarm on Dec. 11. You're A Good Man Charlie Brown scheduled "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown", a musical comedy based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles Schulz, will be presented by the Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre tonight through Saturday at the Morin Center International Room. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1.50 for children. Phone reservations may be made by calling 952250 AT. Thursday, December 9, 1976 WATER STATUS YESTERDAY' FIGURES TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,350,000 ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,296,000 TOTAL IN STORAGE: 17,778,000 Red Cross. The Good Neighbor. PRIMARY PHONE 95434 ALTERNATE PHONE 85676

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4tmo's pulse A A bi-weekly feature of the Gazette This week's question : Do you think convicted murderer Gary Gilmore, as well as other such condemned prisoners, should have the right to immediate execution if he so requests? Smith may adjourn talks GENEVA (AP)--Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith says he may call for adjournment of the Rhodesia talks if black nationalists reject the "Kissinger proposals" for maj'rity rulSmith has insisted Secy. of State Kissinger promised white control of an interim government and the key ministries of defense and police. He says he has an unsigned document to prove it. Smith returned to Geneva yesterday after a five-week absence. Four African nationalist delegations attending the Geneva conference have refused to discuss the Kissinger Plan. Co-leader of the "Patriotic Front" Joshua Nkomo says the Kissinger Plan does not exist. He told a news conference, "We cannot have the so-called AngloAmerican plan imposed on the people" of Rhodesia. Smith told newsmen at Geneva Airport that for the white government the original Anglo-American proposals represented a contractural agreement. He accused Britain of breaking its word by saying the proposals represented a basis for negotiation rather than a hard and fast package. "Britain is stepping back from its commitment saying that the Anglo-American plan is just a basis for negotiation whereas for us it was an agreement," he said. El Hoss to form Lebanese cabinet BEIRUT (AP)--Pres. Elias Sarkis has asked a Moslem technocrat, Salim El Hoss, to form Lebanon's first post-civil war cabinet. Yesterday's announcement of a cabinet of technocrats was delayed by objections from the right-wing leadership. Political observers say the fact that Hoss has been designated only as the man asked to form a cabinet, without the simultaneous announcement of a full government, indicates that difficulties remain. Pres. Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia has told guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat up to 90 nations would recognize a Palestinian government in exile, the leftist newspaper As Safir said yesterday. As Safir said officials in Yugoslavia and Romania discussed "the positions of the (Palestinian) resistance toward a Palestinian state and government-in-exile" during Arafat's recent visits to the countries. Although the formation of such a government appears to be gaining favor with Palestine Liberation Organization moderates, it is by no means widely accepted. Both the pro-Syrian Saiqa organization and radicals who reject any settlement with Israel have voiced objections to forming a government on the grounds that the Palestinians have been weakened too much by the Lebanese civil war to draw any immediate benefits from such a move. Cooking Around the World With J. T. Savoia The following is a recipe for Potica, a Finnish bread: The method: Dissolve 1 1/2 cakes yeast, 1 teaspoon sugar and 1 teaspoon flour in 1/4 cup warm (not hot) water. To 1 1/2 cups scalded milk, add 1 stick (1/4 pound) butter, 1/2 cup sugar and 1 1/2 teaspoons salt. When it has cooled to lukewarm, add the yeast mixture and 3 cups sifted flour. Beat thoroughly, cover and let rise until light. Cut down and add 2 eggs well beaten and 1 1/2 cups sifted flour. Turn onto a floured board and knead until smooth. Put into a greased bowl, cover with a towel and let rise to double in bulk. Then roll out. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup sugar and 1 tsp. cinnamon. Spread rolled out dough with a creamed mixture of 1 cup sugar, 1 cup butter and-2 eggs. Finally spread with a layer of 1 1/2 pounds ground nuts. Roll up dough like a jelly roll. Pinch ends and form a horseshoe shape. Cover and let rise 1 1/2 hours. Brush with melted butter and bake 1 hour at 300 degrees F. SSgt. Frederick Curlew, Post Office/Marine Barracks: "Yes, I believe Gilmore should have his wishes. I believe it would be better than being behind bars the rest of his life." Lt(j.g.) E.M. Hammond, Comptroller/Disbursing Officer: "I feel that if a person has been convicted of a crime for which the law dictates a specific punishment and the parson is willing to admit guilt by agreeing to the punishment, then let it be. On this case, however, I have mixed feelings because I do not believe in the death penalty." YNSA Paul Swain, Naval Station Admin: "Yes, for the simple reason that Gary Gilmore has proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that he would like to be executed. If people are granted parole, then why shouldn't they be granted death." Sgt. A.M. Rodriguez, S-4/Marine Barracks: "Yes, I believe upon being convicted of the crime, their request should be granted. It will save the state and tax payers money, and the convicted man the misery of spending the rest of his life in a cage." Edward Pierce, Civilian Barracks Manager: "I think they should have the right to have their execution instead of being confined for life or until some judge decides to have them die later on." LN1 Philip B. Doiron, CNB/Staff Judge Advocate Office: "No, simply because I don't think that a court should have the power to order a person executed to begin with. Life in prison and execution are entirely different." j UNITED NATIONS (AP)--U.N. Secy. Gen. Kurt Waldheim said yesterday that chances for new Middle East negotiations have "never been better than now." He spoke at a news conference after the General Assembly reelected him to another five-year term. Waldheim said the greatest challenge for the next five years is the dialogue between rich and poor nations. He described his post as one having "great public responsibilities but little or no real power." But Waldheim expressed optimism of the possibility to reconvene the Geneva conference on the Mideast at the beginning of the new year. Waldheim also praised Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter's selection of Cyrus Vance as secretary of state. Waldheim's appointment, recommended by a 14-0 vote in the Security Council Tuesday, with Panama abstaining, was opposed in a resolution put before the assembly by Ambassador Ion Dactu of Romania, council president for December. Oswald linked to Cuban diplomats MIAMI (UPI)--A prominent Cuban exile said yesterday that Lee Harvey Oswald met repeatedly with Fidel Castro's diplomats in Mexico prior to the assassination of Pres. Kennedy and that Mexico's secret police must have extensive files on the meetings. Dr. Alberto Garcia Menocal, a prominent attorney in pre-Castro Cuba who is now a furniture dealer in suburban Coral Gables, was interviewed on a Spanish language radio station, WRAC. Garcia was living in Mexico at the time of the Kennedy assassination. Asked whether he thought Castro was capable of launching a conspiracy to kill Kennedy, Garcia said, "Castro is capable of doing it. Even if he had to kill his own brother, he would do it. He did not forgive Pres. Kennedy for promising to the 2506 Brigade (Bay of Pigs veterans) here in Miami that he would return their battle flag in a free Cuba." Compiled by 103 Clayton Scott Photographed by PH2 S.M. Pippins Waldheim optimistic over Middle East I Thursday, December 9, 1976 Guantanamo Gazette Page3

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Guantanamo Gazette Gitmo has first junior By Magdalene Coffey SCORES FROM YESTERDAY U. of Balt. 82, Mount St. Mary's 65 N.C. St. 70, Appalachian St. 49 Navy 102, Washington Coll. 61 Vermont 65, St. Michael's 61 Okla. St. 75, Arkansas St. 54 Lehigh 91, Colgate 86 OT Tulane 64, Mississippi 59 Louisville 89, Idaho St. 68 Maryland 80, East Carolina 69 Old Westbury 62, N.Y. Maritime 60 Marquette 64, Florida 61 E. Michigan 83, Oakland U. 59 Rio Grande 79, Otterbein 74 Morehead St. 74, Troy St. 70 York, N.Y. 54, Southampton 51 Iona 77, Wagner 55 W. Michigan 94, Grand Valley 73 Curry 82, Roger Williams 77 Assumption 101, St. Joseph's, Me. 71 Bowdoin 92, Worchester Tech 71 North Carolina 99, Ath. in Action 86 Miami, Ohio 67, Wright St. 54 Okla. City 93, Tex.-Arlington 69 Cincinnati 67, Bowling Green 63 LaSalle-Phila. 97, Delaware 84 Gettysburg 63, Wsn. Maryland 62 OT Sports standings NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia N.Y. Knicks Buffalo N.Y. Nets Central Division Houston Cleveland New Orleans San Antonio Washington Atlanta WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver Detroit Kansas City Indiana Chicago Milwaukee Pacific Division Portland Golden State Seattle Los Angeles Phoenix CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division N.Y. Islanders Atlanta Philadelphia N.Y. Rangers Smythe Division St. Louis Chicago Colorado Vancouver Minnesota WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division Montreal Los Angeles Pittsburgh Detroit EASTERN DIVISION Quebec Indianapolis Cincinnati Minnesota New England Birmingham WESTERN DIVISION Winnipeg San Diego Houston Phoenix Edmonton Calgary 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 GB 3 1/2 4 1/2 5 10 13 1/2 4 4 4 1/2 5 1/2 Old Dominion 113, Roanoke 69 Lynchburg 53, Rand.-Macon 51 VMI 74, Radford 52 Madison 98, Rutgers-Camden 91 Saginaw Valley 110, Windsor 85 Minnesota 66, Nebraska 58 Kearney St. 77, Hastings 75 Northwestern 96, S.D.-Spring. 64 Siena Heights 78, Northwood Inst. 77 W. Georgia 58, N. Georgia 54 W. Liberty 66, Davis & Elkins 60 Bluefield 93, Pikeville 82 Illinois 84, San Jose St. 70 N. Texas St. 97, Baylor 83 Texas A&I 92, Trinity U. 86 OT Kansas St. 79, Northern Illinois 58 LSU 82, Niagara 68 Arizona 115, Adams St. 55 Richmond 80, Catholic U. 62 Oklahoma 62, St. Louis 54 Wake Forest 90, William & Mary 84 Virginia Union 98, Shaw 78 Angelo St. 84, Sul Ross 74 Moorhead St. 97, Moor. Concordia 64 Bellhaven 75, Mississippi Coll. 53 Idaho 77, Cal. St.-Sacramento 67 Washington 78, N. Arizona 61 Haverford 91, Eastern 77 St. Martin's 61, Alaska-Anchorage 54 Kansas Newman 62, Friends 59 St. Mary's, Cal. 80, Carroll, Mont. 68 Clarion St. 80, Frostburg St. 78 Westminster 65, Juniata 59 Allegheny 85, Behrand 67 Indiana, Pa. 62, Slippery Rock 50 Berea 94, Centre 57 Purdue-Ind. 84, Ashland 71 Dakota Weslyn. 63, Sioux Falls 62 Yankton 91, Concordia-Nebraska 81 Marietta 84, Malone 82 St. Leo 77, Ill.-Chicago Circle 48 Dana 71, Bellevue 62 Murray St. 69, Mo. Southern 66 Cortland St. 92, Oswego St. 75 American Inter. 73, N. Adams St. 68 Alderson-Broaddus 105, Salem 98 Wis.-Parkside 106, St. Norbert 65 N. Park 87, Carthage 77 Wis.-Green Bay 80, Carroll, Wis. 61 Waukesha Tech 73, Norwegian 55 Evansville 78, W. Kentucky 61 Dowling 107, Medgar Evers 61 Johns Hopkins 76, Ursinus 47 Augsburg 70, St. Cloud 54 Fairfield 86, St. Francis, N.Y. 84 Bentley 83, St. Anselm 77 Babson 83, Barrington 74 E. Illinois 80, St. Joseph, Ind. 74 S. Illinois 82, Millikin 45 FDU-Madison 71, Manhattanville 64 Browner named Lineman of the Year NEW YORK (UPI)--Ross Browner, a six-foot-three, 248-pound end who spearheaded Notre Dame's defense, was named today as college football's Lineman of the Year by the United Press International. The 22-year-old junior was selected as the nation's best lineman by one-vote, beating out middle guard Al Romano of Pittsburgh and defensive tackle Mike Fultz of Nebraska. Browner had 97 tackles this season, including 28 for a school record 203 yards in losses. He also broke up seven passes, recovered four fumbles and had one blocked kick. Sparked by Browner, the Irish defense ranked seventh in the nation against the rush this year. Local softball standings The following are the Softball standings as of this week. NAS Leeward FTG Blue AFRTS Naval Hospital PWD Maintance Supply PWD #2 DC &,EB Company "L" VC-10 Marine Barracks CNB College basketball scores Page 4 (I) .00 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 Navy Exchange and Flagship Mess. 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 1973 VW Thing, orange, excellent condition throughout, available January. Call Mike at the Gazette office, 951144. 3-speed Ford transmission, $25; radiator, $12. Call 64306 AWH. 1963 Buick Special, good condition and very reliable, 3-speed standard shift, needs minor transmission repairs, $400, must sell by Dec. 27. Call 97150 AWH. Kay 6-string guitar and case, excellent condition. Make a fair offer for the case and I'll give you the guitar. Makes a swell Christmas gift. Call 96160 AWH. Set of Kawasaki mirrors to fit G3 W L trail bike, $10; pair of child's 6 -6 swim fins, boys 11-12, $11; decora4 0 tive fish net, $2 a yard; assorted 5 1 boy's and girl's jackets. Call 5 1 95304 DWH or 95574 AWH. 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 4 3 3 5 5 6 1973 Chevrolet Belair, V8, power brakes, power steering, $1,200 or best offer. Call 98153. 1962 Austin Healey MK II; GE refrigerator. Call 95451 AWN and ask for Bruce. 1965 Corvair, low mileage, $550. Call 99152 AWH. Two sections of picket fence, eac section is 8 ft. long and 4 ft. high, $8 per section. Call 85316 AT. wanted Any seaman or below at NavSta who would be willing to exchange duty stations with seaman at FTG. Please contact Barney, GHB, room S310. For more information call 85812 AWH. Outboard motor, 25 HP or larger, in good running condition. 48"X100' roll of screen wire. Call 98150 AWH. services Sewing and alterations done anytime. Call 952262. lost Set of keys at high school or galley. If found call 90260 AT. Osterizer 16-speed blender, avocado green, at or near 373-D Kittery Beach. Would like it returned, no questions asked. Small reward is offered. Call 97150 AWH. giveaway 10-month-old German Shepard puppy, female. Call 90123 AT. Female dog, Dachsund and Beagle mixed, one-year-old; six-week-old male Gitmo Special puppy. Call 90173 AWH. yard sales 70-A Nob Hill, Saturday at 1 p.m. 135 Tierra K, Saturday after DEFEX. Packing-out, lots of various items. As the sun rose to brilliance against the blue sky, another ball was tossed into the air, the sound of a smashing serve was heard. So began the first Guantanamo Bay Round Robin Junior Tennis Tournament last weekend. Twenty three enthusiastic young tennis players ranging in age from seven to 17 took to the courts to battle. Even though young in years, many of Gitmo's junior players showed great promise, thrilling the spectators with some excellent tennis. The tournament was divided into A, B, and C divisions. To afford each participant the opportunity to play as much tennis as possible, each participant played each player in his division a mini match consisting of three games. Winners in each division were determined by the total number of games won. In the C division, Robby and Vilas advances to semi-finals (UPI)--Argentina's Guillermo Vilas outlasted American Harold Solomon, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, last night to move into the semifinals of the Grand Prix Masters in Houston. Vilas faced a must-win situation after Brian Gottfried of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., earlier in the evening defeated Mexico's Raul Ramirez, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0. Gottfried was eliminated despite finishing the round-robin portion of the Masters with the same 2-1 record as Vilas. But Vilas' 5-4 record in sets over three matches was one better than Gottfried's 4-4. Solomon, of Silver Springs, Md., played a tough match despite knowing he had already earned the semifinal round opposite Manuel Orantes of Spain in a match tomorrow. Vilas was scheduled to play Poland's Wojtek Fibak in a semifinal match today. GB 3 4 4 2 5 6 8 W 13 13 11 10 10 14 16 14 11 9 8 W 16 13 12 12 4 4 17 12 14 12 9 NHL W 17 14 13 12 12 10 8 8 6 W 22 9 10 8 8 19 15 12 6 Washington Adams Division Boston Buffalo Toronto Cleveland L 7 8 7 11 13 15 16 20 18 L 4 11 12 14 15 6 7 10 15 L 11 10 10 12 14 21 11 10 9 14 16 15 T 3 6 6 6 3 3 4 2 4 T 4 10 5 4 4 2 3 6 7 T 1 2 2 4 4 1 1 2 4 2 1 2 WHA W 16 15 14 11 10 8 18 15 12 12 12 10 Pj iW2 w ro Thursday, December 9, 1976 tennis tournament Ricky Pigg walked away with the trophies. Robby took first place with 12 points, while Ricky was runner-up with 9 points. Eric Ness and Sean Waugh tied for third place. The B division had the most participants. Each participant played a total of 27 games. Tshombe Coffey won 26 of the 27 games that he played to become the B division champion. Jeff Gottlieb was runnerup with 19 points. Richard Peterson came in third and Erin Sharpe took fourth place. Action in the A division was fast and furious, especially when Charles Fleury and Jeff Finister tied with 18 points and played another mini match to decide who would take home the first place trophy. After battling back and forth for only a short period, Charles emerged victorious proving that he was number one by defeating Jeff 2-1. Andrea Pola took third place while Steve Henley finished in fourth. Sports scores SCORES FROM YESTERDAY NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Boston 104, Portland 95 Indiana 111, Los Angeles 98 N.Y. Knicks 105, N.Y. Nets 95 Seattle 109, Washington 99 Philadelphia 123, Buffalo 102 Detroit 107, Chicago 100 Atlanta 117, San Antonio 106 Phoenix 116, Houston 95 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE N.Y. Rangers 4, St. Louis 4 (tie) Buffalo 5, Cleveland 1 Montreal 4, Chicago 3 Atlanta 5, Minnesota 0 Vancouver 4, Toronto 3 Los Angeles 3, Colorado 3 (tie) WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION New England 5, Houston 1 San Diego 6, Cincinnati 1 Winnipeg 4, Calgary 2