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Leeward ont Chape at

WATER SATUS o~ lletinCHUR&{ OF CHRIST wil e la Chapel at 9:36 a. P
Formation call 97191..


TA~ TOI1, ~Board IGUANA DUPLICATE -BRIDGECL wl ARE~T CNUMPION:~ 1,000 C~ meet at the COMO Club at 7p.
ACTUL COSUMPION:1 44000Games are open to all bas res uetS. TOTA STORAGE 167, %0 0' For mare information cal Jim COsse at 85149 AIWH.

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Catholic ho iday CPO WIVE CLUB Speci1 noticesNAT LLNER/ .~ j~iio ~d The Wies lubwil metet the Nautical Lantern' help you s Jan. 3 at 1153 Center Bargo. The NEX GITMO GER the coming of 1977 For yo meeting will start at 7 p.m. Allplauewwilof.raNwyr' folw is e sc ule of CPO wives are welcome to attend. The Navy Exchane is proud to pE e ne w ros r a N .'au Cathic .....c.. or the Christmas Ennounce ie ofat roas wilu bn eaur
seasn:announe tat threr 11 bel feavr jus, baked potato, garden
MOTORCYCLE CLUB inghathe foitoB gerv in loNas rolls and butter, open sal De.3 ~.-Mass of the. The Guantanamo Bay Motorcycle Exhae food Burer ill lcaos.0 /-offee, tea and dessert.
pec.31~6 pThe itm Bugert~il cot $.05 will be $15 a ouple, inclu Christmas Octave inthe base chapel. Club will hold motor cross races' the Quarter Pounder $.70, and the bottle of wine, or $11 a co ~Jan. 1<- 8 a.m. - Mass, Solemnity races Sunday and they would DouzbleDecker $.65. Your need will~ ihu ie Hl smk mof the Mother o God, in the likeout t t a volh yE a. ed us Leeward ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~vnn Pitcae.93am, lktoetnanivttotoal bthNayEcagsde Ja.I enngan enjoyable one by I~ewad t pel 930a.base residents to come out and when the first Gitmo Burger is s ld. for reservations at 951170 or Mass, Solemny of the Mhother of watch the excitement. The club would9oug no es. 30. GIod, in the base chapel. also like to encourage any motor- 9553Aftryoughav nooplDe you
Jan 2-8 .Uas~fas ~ cyclists to participate. There is~ New Year's celebration and are7 the Epiphany, in the Leeward Point now.a street legal classiincluded SERVMART infoahtcuofofead chapel. 9:3~0 a.m. - Mass, Feast of in motor cross.< If there are enough t owr br akfast stop by thfe autca the Epiphany, in the base chapel participate ' the race day will ServMart will be open toorw ben. st We o byl sere auftcbr start with a specialpowder puff from 9 a.m. to noon. fast for $2.50 from 12:30 to 2:30 Clubs and Organizations motor cross. So adieds,~ come out 'a.m.
and enter this special event. This NURSERY SCHOOL
will also be a good opportunity BARREL CLUB ao submit ideas far the upcoming The Nursery School bookkeil er COM CLUB ~ POrcceOodL will be collecting tuition P~iyments The. Barrel Club will be closed mfor the month of January' on "onday for the holiday season through Te CMO Club pool will be opn TEE CLUB from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. anM again Jan. 2.
truhut te New Year's holiday. on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Th Teen Club is under new manage- All payments received aftervg p.m. CiommissaryExchange ement! Work has egun to paint, on Tuesday are subject to a $1 late 'maintain and upgrade club facilities., fee per day. E HOIA HUR CARBBEAN ARSADCRAFTS A newly revised menu is offered /TeNv xhnersl ult ASCAINand aool tournaments, ping pang 11e opeate oxhng rale outleortouraments, one-on-one basketballwiloeaennrmlhustotourametsshufleoar touna- DAYCAR CETERrowexcept for the laundry which The Caribbea Arts ana d Crafts tu sufeba4tua- DYCR CNEJbecoe.One Yarsdy Association will have aclear-cast meats arei the planning. stage. wilbecod.nNwYarsay embedding and moldn clas at 7 Weare always looking for new mem- The Day Care Center will be a 'n. -t Jhe~avy Exchange facilities will' e~m eey Thursday through January. bers ad encourage 'current members New Year's Eve fram 7 p.m. to 2 observe holiday hours except fo~r All materials will beprovided' for to us h lb none interested th W '~ai ndjammer and the Vil' amar"
in jinig te Ten lubor sgnig BUE ARIE SackBar, which will be clo these class ao aore information o ~ h~e lbo inn LECRB
dfl9l5AW{ 'UP for the various tournaments may
call 9725 AW.do so bycomn to the club any . On Jan. 10, the Blue Caribe will
Fida or Saturday night from 7:30 be closed for necessary repairs COM.ISSARY to mdnight. Any questions concern- and will bhe open as regularly scheTOSMSESigTeen Cl~ub activities or member- duled on. Jan. 11. The Commi Issary Store, wi 'ship can be answered. by. contacting dStuay The aim Tastmasters announces the teen director at 96235 any RECREATION COMMITTEE
itallation ofnew officers on weeknight after 7:30. Parents are/Y
esday a 3 pm'. at the COM codially invited to, look at the There will be a Naval Statin. n %EXC N E R
ktail hour i be frma facilities and meet the director. Recreation Committee meeting. Jan. Due to repairs on the N, 630 ao 7:30. Dinner will be frbm .5 at 1 p.m. in the Spec'ial Services change ,Launidry'Is main boi 7:3 o83.Mnuwl oss conference room. FWD, no' specials will bei roat befchcke an asald TENCLU DACEOn J:.6,the Consolidated Re- for an indefinite period
brDress wil becsal and th creation Committee will meet at laundry wil process reg aost is $6 per person. Bring a "Th~e Teen Club :will have an Oldies 1 p .m. in the Special Services con- and dry clearing as~ quickcj fin,> support you~r club. but Goodies dance ,Jan. 7' at 8 p.m. ference room. 'sible while works ' under reduce
in the club hall. The dance is' FIDELITYAMERICAN BANK 'power. As soon as _"6F,1is ar* O open t all teens and guests. pleted the public will ,be n.. .ifie. MAIN BRAK WPrzes will be awarded for best ' The Fidelity American Bank will
Tenxmetnofe Marine 50's dancers anid dress. ,Tiecets b'eclosed tomorrow. E u i
Brak' itd fWhe lbwl may be purchased from the club F AMRKTE uaton director on Friday adSaturdayF
bhed Jan 3 at 7:30 p.m. at evenings at the Teen CluJL fom 7:30
tecubhoue aFor more information, until midnight or'by caikg the Did you ge~t some gifts for Christ-, EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS teen tar a weekday evenings mas that you can't use, don't like, or don't know what to do with? A master of science in engineerCAIBA RSAN RF1agf e n $135 dadmssoni Special Services is having its ing through independent study is second flea market startingS at 10 being offered by the University Th Criben rt ad ratsajm. until ? ..at McCalla Hangar on of Alabama. For further information,
Clbi or oanuc htteJan. 15. 'contact J.T. Savoia at 85553 DWH
adl einr'sweavn clas an CP ADVISORY B'OARD 'For the low price of $3, you can in the ESO office.
thepoteryclas shedledto he PO Advisory Board will meet, rent a space in the' flea market.
str i anay ilbe delayed Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. in the Topside giftsd yourself of all those unusual
du ote suples not arrivig Lounge o~f the C'PO Club. gfsor anything that you wish to APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM Dae for both clsses will be 'sell.' Stop by Special Services beanone-ta later dte. ' ,tween the, hours of 7:30 a.m. and If you graduated from an 'A' 'or
Teeulbea batik cas ache- US NAVAL GUANTNMO BAY 4 :30 p.m. to sign up or you can. 'C' school and are working as 'an
tar Jan. 6a BASE 'CUBA sign up at thedoor the day of the office machine mechanic, watch-clock capacity of oy four people. 'Flea Market. For more information, repairer, commercial photographer, Th Arts and Cra.ftClub is also cal 9 o.5448 .. camera repairer, or cook, then you sponorin a $ clas inca-a get pertinent information on panigadshar 'focus still SPCIL SERVCE HOLIDAY HOURS the National Apprenticeship Program
lie ntuctors and 'lecturers will" for active-duty personnel by conbeuiie rom th w'hole base. a'~ e aone h tacting ES'O, J.T. Savoia, at 85553.
Capt.. Jo, H. .c. . . . Cpt. Da.id W. D.Co.....ou.f..rt n.



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r 30, 1976 Guantanamo-Gazette Page 3

Budget offce requests look


at future weapons program


WASHINGTON (AP)-An issue paper
from the Congressional Budget Office
is proposing that Congress take a
greater hand in planning future
weapons programs for the country.
The paper contends that such planning is now controlled to a large
part by the Defense Dept. with Congress having only a limited view of
the matter.
Specifically, the study suggests
that Congress take a greater look
at so-called "game plans" for any
7 possible war in Europe. And it
says that the decisions could become a controlling factor in development of a new tank system and a
new attack helicopter system.


Richard begins

� .... .-shuttle diplom acy

. 'S SALUTE FROM VC-1O: Four aerial rockets strek forth from an A-4 Skyhayk oyer the Hicacal Ranged o
zing the celebration at the start of the New Year. The Challengers of VC-10 wish to extend their wishes
yone for a joyous New Year's and a prosperus 177. (Photo by Lt(jg) Russ Burnup)


hiore criticizes anti-c ital punishment groups

,AT LAKE CITY, Utah (UPI)--Con- He criticized anti-capital punished killer Gary Gilmore in an merit groups for trying to "impose
,pnletter yesterday admitted he your particular wants or attitudes
iled two men and quoted th~e Bible on my life.
.-to support his demand that he' be al- "I mean, if you're dumb enough to lowed to atone with his own life, get yourself sentenced to death in The letter, addressed to "all and the first place, Why cry about it?" any who still seek to oppose by Gilmore asked in the three-page ~whatever means my death by legal ex-, handwritten letter. ecution,"i was released through the The letter concluded, "As for killer's attorney, Ron Stanger. those of you who would question my The 36-year-old killer said he be- sanity, well, I question yours. lieved in the fairness and logic o
Ilan eye for an eye, a life for' a"From my heart, Gary Gilmore. life. As Stanger released the letter, "Maybe .tr saywh'at I feel Gilmore prepared to spend another aibut atonement:. 'm willing. 15 days in solitary confinement on "I know wha did. I know how "I know th 1u effect it had on Utah's death row.
ueaonab , how wrong it was. the lives f wo families. I'm Gilmore faces execution by firing LUTON, England (UPI)--The British
willing to timately. Let me." squad at sunrise Jan. 17. chairman of the Geneva talks on If he goes before a firing squad Rhodesia, Ivor Richard, flew to on schedule, Gilmore will be the Southern Africa yesterday on a round first convict executed in the of shuttle diplomacy aimed at ending ity governmnu t loses ecsive vote United States in almost a decade. the black-white deadlock on the future of the rebel colony.
(UPI)--Isiael's minorityAreueRcadlf
a decisive vote ii Authorites refuse filming Richard left Luton Airport aboard
yesterday n the first a chartered executive jet for the .o strength since Prime oZambian capital of Lusaka, first
s~ a'k Rabin resigned last o Jlife stop on a tour that will take him JERUSALEM (UPI)--Israeli authori- to Tanzania, Rhodesia, Mozambique, duties dra o ties have refused to approve' the Botswana and South Africa.
ahs so' more ofterci filming of "The 'Sex Life of 'Jesus
IChrist" in the Holy Land, an interior The chairman told reporters he ministry spokesman said yesterday. would be discussing with African - l e He said the'decision came after a leadershis ideas for a British number of protests from Christian role in an interim government in
l leaders in Israel and abroad. Rhodesia before black majority-rule.
tion bills l tughe "While there is freedom of reliogion for all faiths in Israel and Richard said British involvement
o first reading. the state authorities do not inter- would convince blacks that majority res.Iphraim. Katzir meanwhile con- vene in matters of religion and wor- rule was irreversible and reassure
nued his' eetings with political ship, an obligation exists to pre- whites in Rhodesia that the Change
appoit a new premier fol- ventoffenses to the sensitivities would be orderly and peaceful. lowig Rabin'- rsignation. of believers," the spokesmaan said. Bu seps wer underway in parlia- week is expected to result in a May The ministry will bar-director
met toset a dae for new elections 17' date' for voting forced by a gov-' Jens Jorgen Thorsen if he attempts The seven-week-long ueneva Confersoetime in ay which would 'halt erment crisis that depriv ed Rabin to enter Israel to 'produce the porno- ence which recessed earlier this
ttprocess nd make Rabin interim of his sevn-seat majority in the graphic movie,, which has been refus- month failed to produce agreement
remier of a transition government. 120-seat house and promoted him to ed permission in Denmark, West on the transition from white to
A compromise likely sometime next resign.. Germany, France and England. black rule in Rhodesia.


Amed backers. stage violent assault'

SDEAus tralia (A)-The Peking.
Sydney M~orning Herald says that arm- Thte newspaper says the C~hine-se ed back~ers of Mao Tse-Tung's widow regime headed by Mao's successor,anthe so-calle "Gang of Four" Hua Kuo-Feng, has-sent-in troops 'to T
hav staed a violent assault on the quell the outbreak of looting, sab- RsARN
idstiLal cty of Paoting. Mao's -otage and rape.
widow and'th four wer~e arrested in
October. Their whereabouts is un- The newspaper also says there have known. The Australian report comes been disturbances in 11 other of from the Australian in'spaper' s China's 29 pdrov hna. eking c.rspondent. Paoting is'o Broadcasts have given no conirm1 c-a 100) miessotwtf- - atio of th- eprs







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Bruce Jenner A-th: le e-of- th e- Year The Guantanamo Bay Racing,
A Association will host Holid (U1PT)--The Man who won the Olympic In high school days, when anybody Re hdthe lead in the decathlon for persons from ages one thrg decathlon has been, considered to be showed talent he was thrown into all until he got to the pole vault. 15 at Cooper Field the afenon 'o the world's greatest athlete. events: That was Bruce Jenn 's Somehow, he never" got off the Jan. 2, 1977.


26-year-oldehad:Wrk fun wastill sm: Bruce winner, 'a Cali- start in what eventually would be ground, no matter how he trie But This be compti fornian, was that map.. For his per- the decathlon. He was a good pole the day that Bruce Jenner waed among "DPI)--There were 51,000
season ticket holders to Oakla

Sp orts ,'scores Raider games this year but only J J S 15,000' tickets will be available
for the Super Bowl game Jan. 9.
Hundreds of people lined up out

All ads will~ be run one time ol. For information ion Fords, Lincoln- COLLEGE BASKETB L SCORES 'the Oakland Coliseum last night only. m s get first crack at the tickets. you ant it p r . Ads eah te MClrys andtr contc R Cincinnati 79, S uth Carolina 62 Some of them arrived in campers an y anl at 9 7 A. Wake" Forest 84, artmouth 61 were comfortable. One woman bundi sumted Missouri 86, Cl rado 77 herself in a sleeping bag and watc4 pm.orydroppng5 itin oe l Vanderbilt 62, < ddle Tennessee 59 ' ed a battery-powered TV set. The

Set of two keye p clip hook. Lost Seton Hall 69, Nagara 59" Super Bowl will be played in NvExchange an~d Flagship Mess..Ronk 73 st U 0Pade .
A a ~~hdisrimnat, o Ads rac, dsexcrmne cooon easi GHB 85859 or leave message at U. North Carol in 67, U. Yaine 65 oforacel ecedclro a 64220 AT. Kings 11,3, Brave4 103 "(UPI)--Three'Americans 'reached
tna rigin will not be accpted.' Michigan 95, 'Rho Island 85 the quarter-finals of the The staff reserves the right to re- San Francisco 80 St. John 70 $100,000 New South Wales write any ad it deems, necessary. found Mississippi St.018, Wake Forest 83 Open Tennis Championships in gear at Cable Beach on ec. Nevada 109, E. chigan 85 Australia today. Roscoe Tanner 2. O1racuse 116, D' uesne 86 scored an easy 6-2, 6-4 victory fo ae 3 wermay call 96125 AT to iden- y)' h : : . .. .UCLA 99, Southe Methodist 71 over Australia's John Aamef. Dick y. George Washingto 7 aisius 52 Stockton beat Peter Fleming of New Harmon 42 guta pempAlifierr 5ay -u .,l, 77,g
aMissouri 86, ol a Jersey,6-4, 6-3. Hank Fister top7100
1969" Cortina station wagon, auto- t e a 9San Antonio 93, Philad his 79 sbeen set by Anthony Robe<, matic, available Feb. 1, $650; Portland 84, Chicago 79 Oral Roberts. Roberts, "24,000BTU Fedders A/C, available 85554 BOQ Ext. 342 DWH. Denver 110, Phoenix 102ponsinacn lste o an. "3, $150; 5,000 BTU A/C,. avail- Milwaukee 113, Golden State1 02 76 cto ryovi Bowling G i a able Jan<. 31, $50; 1~4 lb. bowling Hood for 1967 Pontiac Bonneville. Los Angeles 134, Boston 105 consolation round game in h ot
Pontac onn~l, , v� , :land, Ore. tournament. ball, $5; one pair tawny gold with Call 85222 AT and leave message for pnch pleated draw drapes, 96 x" 90, Forman. NATIONAL HOGKEY LEAGUE (AP)--North Carolina r'ni $3; eight "panelsgoldenrod open " back Mike Voight suffered s curtains, 40 x 90, $25; Sunbeam Beer can collector needs Heineken Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 3 (tie) ankle yesterday in a worko' vacuum cleaner with attachments and beer cans (preferably full) and any Toronto 6, Cleveland 2 ' morrow's Peach Bowl 'footh "ags, 45. Call"98115 AT. other unusual brand. Must have items Buffalo 6, "Atlanta 3 a,..nst Kentuck in Atl.... T 1968 Ford Van by Jan. 3. Price negotiable. Chicago 6, Detroit 3 Hg.. ..enc ky B in lay h r
-LosOan rusMinnesota 8, Los Angeles He ahBl olyia
very well, needs new light switch. Call Lyna at 85677 ORB Room S210 AT port fr the doctoris Best offer over $450. "Call 951165. or leave message at 85123. WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION "injury is t-too serious. Dole 'expects that *o-ght, his top run
U.S. Divers mask and flippers " scs " ' Houston6, Winnpeg3ing back, will bable to etar size 9 /2 to 11, $12; motorcycle Quebec 3, E dmonton 2 helmet witph shield, size small, $7; '~Phoenix 4, Indianapolis 3' 6000 BTUWhirlpool A/C, $75. Call" Biofeedback control training avail- Minaesot , New an d 4 (P-T e d. of
951/5 "~mi " " ble Ssson . dce in ran-esota 5. New ngland A)-h eeuiedr 95125 AH. ble.Sesion conduct i brin-the Baseball Players Association wave control, muscular. control and says the status of outfieldr Gary Mal aptbe $20;. maple end skin temperature control. For in- Recipe f rMatthews should be "resolved within table, $15; maple Early American formation or appointment call 64267 'a few days. Marvin Miller says the double headboard, $20; white crib AT. . l l I ~ f Udelay in approving iMatthew's conand matress, $20,; high chair, '$10; COULLISIO N1 tract with' the Atlanta Braves is maple chest ofrweir, '$15;"ladies Will babysit in"my home on New harassment by commissioner Bowie 3se d iycle, $45.
Tw motorcycle rims, 250"X 18, Couple and 8-year-old son need to UI,-oFuiehtkatw 300 X 17, "$2 each. Call 90212 AT. housesit during any time period be- stPok--d nth tka two MANd o : stroke lead into yesterday third
between Jan. 18 and Mar. 15. Dates 1 M round of the Spalding Invitational Covril- hrpo dishwasher," after Mar. 1"5"are flexibhle.
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N~OC ~ <~~> \ ,\.\lk /OKMi5tER, G ov f h arges filed against captain HILADELPHIA (UPI)--Criminal arges were filed yesterday against lie captain of the Liberian-regisred tanker Olympic Games, which illed more than 133,000 gallons of i1 into the Delaware River when it ran aground south of Philadelphia earlier this week. The Olympic Games was one of five tankers of Liberian registry to run into trouble in or near American waters within the past two weeks The latest incident was reported yesterday, the grounding of the tanker Daphne carrying a 14 million gallon cargo on the south coast of Puerto Rico. According to a federal attorney, the captain of the Olympic Games, a Greek national, was taken into custody aboard his ship and brought before a U.S. magistrate, who ordered him held on $50,000 bond for a further hearing Jan. 17. The ,captain faces criminal charges und the 1972 Water Pollution Control Act, and the Refuse Act of 1896. The skipper was charged with causing the oil discharge from the tank pr last Monday, and failing to noti 'y the Coast Guard immediately of tI spill. Brezhnev favors summit meeting MOSCOW (UPi)-Soviet leader Leonid I. Brezhnev said yesterday-he favored holding a sunmit meeting with U.S. Pres.-elect Jimmy Carter but indicated this would hinge on a new strategic arms limitation agreement. Brezhnev made the statement in an interview with J. Kingsbury Smith, national editor of Hearst Headline Service. The official TASS news agency carried the text of Brezshnev's ans era. The Soviet leader said the successful conclusion of the second round of Strategic Arms Limitation Talks s the single most important stern rd improved Soviet-American ren0i s in 1977. stern diplomats said that in linking plans for a summit with "progress in corresponding questions," Brezhnev referred to success in the SALT negotiations. "Experience, including the experience of Soviet-American relations, has shown the usefulness and fruitfulness of summit meetings when each of the participants seeks a constructive businesslike dialogue," Brezhnev said. "Therefore we want such meetings to continue. A date for a new Soviet-American meeting will be decided naturally by mutual agreement and depending on progress in corresponding questions." U. &~ NAVAL BASE GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA The. Ndv'z ontU dboth.-based daily Vol. 31, No. 249 Thursday, December 30, 1976 Tide, Sun, Temp. High tide. 3:48pm Low tide--10:19pm Survnse--7:35am Sundet---6:32pm High-------83 Low--------76 Weather Forecast Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Winds E 8-14 knots. Bay conditions 1-3 feet. FTC acts on collection agencies WASHINGTON (AP)--The federal government has served clear notice to the bill collectors of America, it longer tolerate strong-arr., o authorizedd use of, mformaci'7_about debto s. twice came in -the form of an rented enforcement act oo by the Federal Tradie ComThe action was takfn one of the nation's largest action networks, a ,group of Club subsidiaries wirich opder the umbrella nme of Account Systems, Inc. the last two years, the FTC ducted a secret investigation pn nationwide! consumer comp eints. And ypa6terday, the commisnA announcP"0 it had won a consent agrer rrom NAS and related firms, all based in Chicago. The agreement provides for severe penalties for certain practices that have been used by some bill collectors. One such practice is the abuse of telephone code numbers, in effect to steal information about debtors from computer data banks which are operated for insurance U.S. may reduce aid to Israel HOUSTON (UPI)--Significant reductions in United States aid to Israel will come sometime during Pres.-elect Carter's administration, an Arab spokesman predicted yesterday. Dr. M.T. Mehdi, president of the New York-based American-Arab Relations Committe, said the American economy needs Arab oil more than the Arabs need anything the United States has to offer. "And the Arabs want this from the U.S.: Please do not supply Israel anymore," Mehdi said. "Jimmy Carter will begin to stop American aid to Israel at least by his second administration. "Isrgel is becoming America's Formosa in the Middle East. Not long ago, the U.S. felt the future of the Fdr East depended on Formosa. It didn't and now no one gives a hoot about Form, -a." companies and credit institutions, and not for bill collectors. Other practices that will be penalized under the agreement include false threats, late-night phone calls, obscene language and other abusive tactics aimed at intimidating or misleading debtors. And finally, bill collectors would be penalized for contacting employers to increase pressure on debtors, and for not complying with the Truth in Lending Act when arranging for deferred payments. The agreement demands that the Diner's Club and NAS closely monitor their bill collection employes, estimated in the hundreds, and summarily fire any future violators. Diner's Club will be liable for a fine of up to $10,000 per offense. Guantanamo Gazette AFRTS World News Digest MADRID (AP)--Kidnappers say they'll kill Spanish royal adviser Antonio Maria de Oriol if the government fails to grant amnesty to all political prisoners by midnight, Jan. 2. JOHANNESBURG (UPI)--Hundreds of villagers watched on as a black couple were bound up and burned alive at Christmas, police said yesterday. The dead couple were accused by witch doctors of causing a road accident three weeks ago in which three persons were killed. Police said 28 persons, including two witch doctors, were arrested. Hoss completes talks with Sadat CAIRO (UPI)--Lebanese Prime Minister Selim Al Hoss flew to Libya yesterday following a day of talks with Egyptian Pres. Anwar Sadat on the Middle East situation and postwar reconstruction plans in Lebanon. Hoss told reporters before his departure that Sadat assured him of Egyptian support of all Lebanese efforts "to find a suitable formula for a return to normalcy." Hoss visited oil-rich Saudi Arabia and Kuwait before coming to Cairo. Asked about the possibility of a joint Arab fund to finance Lebanese reconstruction, Hoss said, "The intention is to work out a Pan-Arab formula for this purpose." The Cairo newspaper Al Akhbar said Lebanon is seeking Egyptian help in creating a new Lebanese army of .40,000 men. Sadat has publicly offered to supply Lebanon with arms. Public Affairs Office ATLANTA (UPI)--The nation's flu immunization program is over officially. Federal health officials in Atlanta yesterday decided not to resume the shots. They told of "significant evidence" linking the flu shots to an unusual form of paralysis and said the pro ram would not continue unless there is a flu epidemic. LOS ANGELES (UPI)--The six-week trial in Los Angeles of the so-called "Skid Row Slasher" ended in a guilty verdict yesterday. A jury found Vaughn Greenwood guilty of nine murders in 1974-75 that involved lonely drifters whose throats were cut in apparent robbery-slayings. VAIL, Colo. (UPI)--Pres. Ford says he is "studying very carefully" a proposal to raise the pay of federal officials by an average 22 per cent. Ford says he has not decided if he will follow the commission recommendation, and leave the decision to Jimmy Carter. PUNTA ARENAS, Chile (AP)--A California teen-ager has become the first person to swim across the Strait of Magellan on the southern tip of South America. Nineteen-year-old Lynne Cox braved 30 mile per hour winds and a'water temperature of almost 45 degrees to swim the strait in one hour. WASHINGTON (UPI)--The president of the American Meat Institute says American consumers will pay more for beef next year because U.S. ranchers are letting their cattle herds dwindle. But he says increased pork production will keep pork prices down. Gazette staff to observe New Year's holiday The Guantanamo Gazette will not be published tomorrow in observance of the New Year's holiday. There will not be anyone at 951144 or 951247 to accept ads. The next Gazette will be published Monday. From the staffs of .-i

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ge 2 Guant nam Gazette ursday, De Today's meetings PROTESTANT SUJNDAY SCI at the elementary sch CATHOLIC CHOIR PRACTICE will beareefrmt arscto held in the base chapel at 7 p.m. re gfrom two years to third grade to adult, Anyone interested is encouraged toComnunity meet at the high scho attend. All ages will meet at Leeward Point Chapel WATER STATUS bulletin CHURCH OF CHRIST will la Chapel at 9: 3(0 a.m. YESTERDAY' FIGURES formation call 97191. TARGET CONSUMPTION: 1,350,000 Board IGUANA DUPLICATE BRID ACTUAL CONSUMPTION: 1,444,000 meet at the COMO Club TTLI TRG:1,2,0 Games are open to all TOTA INSTOAGE 16729000For more information at 85149 AWH, 0* Dt cl ol th. at 1(fa meet a i. For m s CE CLUB will at 7 p. base residents. call Jim Cossey Catholic holiday services announced The following is the schedule of Catholic services for the Christmas season: Dec. 31 -6 p.m. -Mass of the Christmas Octave in the base chapel. Jan. 1 -8 a.m. -Mass, Solemnity of the Mother of God, in the Leeward Point chapel. 9:30 a.m. Mass, Solemnity of the Mother of God, in the base chapel. Jan. 2 -8 a.m. -Mass, feast of the Epiphany, in the Leeward Point chapel. 9:30 a.m. -Mass, Feast of the Epiphany, in the base chapel. Clubs and Organizations COMO CLUB POOL The COMO Club pool will be open throughout the New Year's holiday. CARIBBEAN ARTS AND CRAFTS ASSOCIATION The Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association will have a clear-cast embedding and molding class at 7 p.m. every Thursday through January. All materials will be provided for these classes. For more information, call 97125 AWH. TOASTMASTERS The Gitmo Toastmasters announces installation of new officers on Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m. at the COMO Club. Cocktail hour will be from 6:30 to 7:30. Dinner will be from 7:30 to 8:30. Menu will consist of roast beef, chicken and a salad bar. Dress will be casual and the cost is $6 per person. Bring a friend, support your club. MARINE BARRACKS EWC The next meeting of the Marine Barracks Enlisted Wives Club will be held Jan. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse. For more information, call 951294. CARIBBEAN ARTS AND CRAFT The Caribbean Arts and Crafts Club is sorry to announce that the adult beginner's weaving class and the pottery class scheduled to start in January will be delayed due to the supplies not arriving. Dates for both classes will be announced at a later date. There uill be a batik class scheduled to start Jan. 6 having a capacity of only four people. The Arts and Craft Club is also sponsoring a $1 class in painting and sharp focus still life. Instructors and lecturers will be utilized from the whole base. Students will supply their own supplies. The club has seven easels for use on a first come first serve basis. This class will last three months and will meet Saturday mornings for three hours from 9 a.m. to noon. The first few classes will be drawing classes, but the class will not go in depth as to the fundamentals of drawing. For more information and to register, call Angela Johnstone at 95450 AWN. CPO WIVES CLUB The CPO Wives Club will meet Jan. 3 at 1153 Center Bargo. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. All CPO wives are welcome to attend. MOTORCYCLE CLUB The Guantanamo Bay Motorcycle Club will hold motor cross races races Sunday and they would like to extend an invitation to all base residents to come out and watch the excitement. The club would also like to encourage any motorcyclists to participate. There is now a street legal class included in motor cross. If there are enough participants, the race day will start with a special powder puff motor cross. So ladies, come out and enter this special event. This will also be a good opportunity to submit ideas for the upcoming motorcycle rodeo. TEEN CLUB The Teen Club is under new management! Work has begun to paint, maintain and upgrade club facilities. A newly revised menu is offered and pool tournaments, ping pong tournaments, one-on-one basketball tournaments, shuffleboard tournaments are in the planning stage. We are always looking for new members and encourage current members to use the club. Anyone interested in joining the Teen Club or signing up for the various tournaments may do so by coming to the club any Friday or Saturday night from 7:30 to midnight. Any questions concerning Teen Club activities or membership can be answered by contacting the teen director at 96235 any weeknight after 7:30. Parents are cordially invited to look at the facilities and meet the director. TEEN CLUB DANCE The Teen Club will have en Oldies but Goodies dance Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. in the club hall. The dance is open to all teens and guests. Prizes will be awarded for best 50's dancers and dress. Tickets may be purchased from the club director on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Teen Club from 7:30 until midnight or by calkng the teen director on weekday evenings after 7:30 at 96235. Admission is $1 stag and $1.50 drag. CPO ADVISORY BOARD The CPO Advisory Board will meet Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. in the Topside Lounge of the CPO Club. Special notices NEX "GITMO BURGER" The Navy Exchange is proud to announce that they will be featuring the "Gitmo Burger" in all Navy Exchange food services locations. The Gitmo Burger will cost $1.05, the Quarter Pounder $.70, and the Double Decker $.65. Your need will be the Navy Exchanges deed Jan. 3 when the first Gitmo Burger is spld. SERVMART ServMart will be open tomorow from 9 a.m. to noon. NURSERY SCHOOL The Nursery School bookkeeper will be collecting tuition payments for the month of January on Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. ansi again on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 9(p.m. All payments received after 9 p.m. on Tuesday are subject to a $1 late fee per day. DAY CARE CENTER The Day Care Center will be op n New Year's Eve from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. BLUE CARIBE On Jan. 10, the Blue Caribe will be closed for necessary repairs and will be open as regularly scheduled on Jan. 11. RECREATION COMMITTEE There will be a Naval Station Recreation Committee meeting Jan. 5 at 1 p.m. in the Special Services conference room. On Jan. 6, the Consolidated Recreation Committee will meet at 1 p.m. in the Special Services conference room. FIDELITY AMERICAN BANK The Fidelity American Bank will be closed tomorrow FLEA MARKET Did you get some gifts for Christmas that you can't use, don't like, or don't know what to do with? Special Services is having its second flea market starting at 10 a.m. until ? at McCalla Hangar on Jan. 15. For the low price of $3, you can rent a space in the flea market to rid yourself of all those unusual gifts or anything that you wish to sell. Stop by Special Services between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to sign up or you can sign up at the door the day of the Flea Market. For more information, call 95449 or 95448 DWR. SPECIAL SERVICES HOLIDAY HOURS Special Services announces the following hours of operation of their facilities for tomorrow and Saturday. Office Auto Hobby Shop Carpenter Hobby Ceramic Shop Golf Course Issue Desk Marina Corral Shop Fri. Sat. Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed 7 -5 7-5 8 -9 -9 5 -11 Closed 9 -6 Closed NAUTICAL LANTERN Let the Nautical Lantern help you celebrate the passing of 1976 and the coming of 1977. For your dining pleasure we will offe.-r a New Year's Eve dinner of: roast pxime tib 5a jus, baked potato, garden. as, rolls and butter, open sal a coffee, tea and dessert.The p will be $15 a couple, including, bottle of wine, or $11 a coop without wine. Help us make O. evening an enjoyaBle one by call for reservations at 951170 or 95530 through noon Dec. 30. After you have completed your New Year's celebration and arelo ing for a hot cup of coffee andsoe breakfast, stop by the Nauticalau tern. We will serve a buffet hbr1 fast for $2.50 from 12:30 to 2:30 a.m. BARREL CLUB The Barrel Club will be closed for the holiday season through Jan. 2. Commissary-Exchange NEX HOLIDAY HOURS The Navy Exchange resale outlets will operate on normal hours tomorrow except for the laundry which will be closed. On New Year's day, the Navy Exchange facilities will observe holiday hours except for the Windjammer and the Villamar Snack Bar, which will be closd. COMISSARY The Commissary Store wil ed Sa turday. NAVY EXCHANGE LAUNDRY Due to repairs on the N change Laundry's main boi PWD, no specials will be a for an in-efinite period. laundry will process regui and dry cleaning as quickly sible while workike under reduc-A power. As soon as iis arcompleted the public will be notified. Education EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS A master of science in engineering through independent study is being offered by the University of Alabama. For further information, contact J.T. Savoia at 85553 DWH in the ESO office. APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM If you graduated from an 'A' or 'C' school and are working as an office machine mechanic, watch-clock repairer, commercial photographer, camera repairer, or cook, then you can get pertinent information on the National Apprenticeship Program for active-duty personnel by contacting ESO, J.T. Savoia, at 85553. 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. Savoia at 85553. GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA U.S. NAVAL BA;SE Cpt. John H. McConnell Capt. D W.d U.S a Consander C-nding Officer LCdr. Michael Chery.Public Mfairs Officer Jol Bill Brooe.Sitor 52 Mke Senft.Reporter JO3 Clayton Scott. Reporter Thu Guant. mi Gaetteis published according I tothe five ties weekly.,at goveme Sexpense on gUm ent equip.ent, the opinions orsM5UU, in -iUUU fta taappashrein aeg etobesitued a aorie armsetflecthig a. heUvif Co.UU Uor the. U.p-siUeii s 5 ay. AWL aL0-41R I

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y, December 30, 197610uantanamo Gazette Page 3 Budget office requests look at future weapons program WASHINGTON (AP)--An issue paper from the Congressional Budget Office is proposing that Congress take a greater hand in planning future weapons programs for the country. The paper contends that such planning is now controlled to a large part by the Defense Dept. with Congress having only a limited view of the matter. Specifically, the study suggests that Congress take a greater look at so-called "game plans" for any possible war in Europe. And it says that the decisions could become a controlling factor in development of a new tank system and a new attack helicopter system. Richard begins shuttle diplomacy W YEAR'S SALUTE FROM VC: Four aerial rockets streak forth from an A-4 Skyhawk over the icacal Range bolizing the celebration at the start of the Mew Year. The Challengers of VC-10 wish to extend their wishes everyone for a joyous New Year's and a prosperous.1977. (Photo by Lt(jg) Russ Burnup) ilmore criticizes anti-capital punishment groups 73 SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (UPI)--Condemned killer Gary Gilmore in an open letter yesterday admitted he killed two men and quoted the Bible to support his demand that he be allowed to atone with his own life. The letter, addressed to "all and any who still seek to oppose by whatever means my death by legal execution," was released through the killer's attorney, Ron Stanger. The 36-year-old killer said he believed in the fairness and logic of "an eye for an eye, a life for a life. "Maybe I better say what I feel about atonement: I'm willing. "I know what I did. I know how unreasonable, how wrong it was. How evil. "I know the awful effect it had on the lives of two families. I'm willing to pay ultimately. Let me." ity government loses decisive vote (UPI)--Israel's minority lost a decisive vote in yesterday in the first of strength since Prime tzhak Rabin resigned last Labor Party deputies dragged out their speeches so more of their colleagues could arrive for the vote on compulsory arbitration to deal with trikes by public employes. But the final count was 55-22 against the the gov rnment and four s -ition bills 5plling for tougher, measures againstistrikes were approved ontheir first reading. Pres. Ephraim Katzir meanwhile continued his meetings with political leaders to appoint a new premier following Rabin's resignation. But steps were underway in parliament to set a date for new elections sometime in May, which would halt that process and make Rabin interim premier of a transition government. A compromise likely sometime next week is expected to result in a May 17 date for voting forced by a government crisis that deprived R of his seven-seat majority int 120-seat house and promoted hi resign. abin the m to He criticized anti-capital punishment groups for trying to "impose your particular wants or attitudes on my life. "I mean, if you're dumb enough to get yourself sentenced to death in the first place, why cry about it?" Gilmore asked in the three-page handwritten letter. The letter concluded, "As for those of you who would question my sanity, well, I question yours. "From my heart, Gary Gilmore." As Stanger released the letter, Gilmore prepared to spend another 15 days in solitary confinement on Utah's death row. Gilmore faces execution by firing squad at sunrise Jan. 17. If he goes before a firing squad on schedule, Gilmore will be the first convict executed in the United States in almost a decade. Authorities refuse filming of Jesus' sex life JERUSALEM (UPI)--Israeli authorities have refused to approve the filming of "The Sex Life of Jesus Christ" in the Holy Land, an interior ministry spokesman said yesterday. He said the decision came after a number of protests from Christian leaders in Israel and abroad. "While there is freedom of religion for all faiths in Israel and the state authorities do not intervene in matters of religion and worship, an obligation exists to prevent offenses to the sensitivities of believers," the spokesman said. The ministry will bar director Jens Jorgen Thorsen if he attempts to enter Israel to produce the pornographic movie, which has been refused permission in Denmark, West Germany, France and England. LUTON, England (UPI)--The British chairman of the Geneva talks on Rhodesia, Ivor Richard, flew to Southern Africa yesterday on a round of shuttle diplomacy aimed at ending the black-white deadlock on the future of the rebel colony. Richard left Luton Airport aboard a chartered executive jet for the Zambian capital of Lusaka, first stop on a tour that will take him to Tanzania, Rhodesia, Mozambique, Botswana and South Africa. The chairman told reporters he would be discussing with African leaders 'Tis ideas for a British role in an interim government in Rhodesia before black majority rule. Richard said British involvement would convince blacks that majority rule was irreversible and reassure whites in Rhodesia that the change would be orderly and peaceful. The seven-week-long Geneva Conference which recessed earlier this month failed to produce agreement on the transition from white to black rule in Rhodesia. Armed backers stage violent assault SYDNEY, Australia (AP)--The Sydney Morning Herald says that armed backers of Mao Tse-Tung's widow and the so-called "Gang of Four" have staged a violent assault on the industrial city of Paoting. Mao's widow and the four were arrested in October. Their whereabouts is unknown. The Australian report comes from the Australian newspaper's Peking correspondent. Paoting is located 100 miles southwest of Peking. The newspaper says the Chinese regime headed by Mao's successor, Hua Kuo-Feng, has sent-in troops to quell the outbreak of looting, sabotage and rape. The newspaper also says there have been disturbances in 11 other of China's 29 provinces. Broadcasts have given no confirmation of the reports. SrAY CEAN SCENIC GITMO: TRYZNA VILLAGE RESTAURANT: The large, overhanging trees in front of the Tryzna Village restaurant provide the perfect place to rest after a meal of curried goat, fried chicken or other well known specialties. (Photo by GySgt. Roy Wilson) LLAC~L

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Bruce Jenner Athlete-of-the-Year (UPI)--The Man who won the Olympic In high school days, when any decathlon has been considered to be showed talent he was thrown mt the world's greatest athlete. events. That was Bruce Jenner's Bruce Jenner, a 26-year-old Calistart in what eventually would fornian, was that mat. For his perthe decathlon. He was a good po formances leading up to the Olympics vaulter and high jumper, but fo and his record decathlon victory in ball landed him at Graceland Co Montreal, Bruce Jenner is the UPI in Iowa. broadcast newswire's "Athlete-ofAt this time he decided he wo the Year." concentrate on the decathlon. B Everyday, Bruce ran at least 10 cause of the number of sports i miles. He knew it would pay off in ed, Jenner felt the challenge t the decathlon victory at the Montreal improve in all events "made it Olympics. It did, of fun." His story starts back in school Jenner finished 10th at Munic days in a town on the Hudson River, 1973, he moved to San Jose, Cal. north of New York City, where he to train. One big disappointwas active in sports. meant on the road to ontreal wa National AAU championships in 1 His s y s t a dasinatwno teH dnRvr 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 Harmony 420 guitar amplifier, 50 watts, 12" speakers, $100; Dokorder 7100 reel-to-reel tape recorder, equipped with sound-on-sound and echo, eight tapes included, $300. Call Oliphant at 85521 GHB C complex room C305. 1969 Cortina station wagon, automatic, available Feb. 1, $650; 24,000 BTU Fedders A/C, available Jan. 31, $150; 5,000 BTU A/C, available Jan. 31, $50; 14 lb. bowling ball, $5; one pair tawny gold with pinch pleated draw drapes, 96 x 90, $30; eight panelsgoldenrod open curtains, 40 x 90, $25; Sunbeam vacuum cleaner with attachments and bags, 445. Call 98115 AT. 1968 Ford Van. Looks OK and runs very well, needs new light switch. Best offer over $450. Call 951165. U.S. Divers mask and flippers size 9 1/2 to 11, $12; motorcycle helmet with shield, size small, $7; 6000 BTU Whirlpool A/C, $75. Call 951275 AWH. Maple lamp/table, $20; maple end table, $15; maple Early American double headboard, $20; white crib and mattress, $20; high chair, $10; maple chest of drAwers, $15; ladies 3-speed bicycle, $45. Call 95414 AT. Two motorcycle rims, 250 X 18, 300 X 17, $2 each. Call 90212 AT. Convertible Whirlpool dishwasher, good condition, $165. Call 952220 AWH. One set bunk beds including one mattress and one vanity table with arms for skirt. All furniture painted antique blue. Call 98216 AT. 1965 Ford station wagon, 390 ci, rms good, best offer over $250. Call 95539 AWH. 1969 VW excellent condition. Call Ltjg. Seitz at 85455 or call the BOQ in room G-40. 12,000 BTU A/C. Call 99106. Ventura solid body twin pick-up electric guitar with hardshell case, best offer. Call Dave Rigsby at 95451 DWH, or see in GHB, room P101. body o all be le otllege uld 3envolvLo a lot h. In if ., as the 975. For information on Fords, LincolnMercurys and trucks, contact Ronald Collins at 951277 AT. lost Set of two keys on clip hook. Lost Monday. Call Madeline, Room S109 GHB 85859 or leave message at 64220 AT. found Diving gear at Cable Beach on Dec. 23. Owner may call 96125 AT to identify. wanted two 13" car tires. Call 85316 AT. Portable or standard electric typewriter. Prefer model with automatic return and space bar. Price negotiable. Call 99172 AT. Standard classical guitar. Call 85554 BOQ Ext. 342 DWH. Hood for 1967 Pontiac Bonneville. Call 85222 AT and leave message for Forman. Beer can collector needs Heineken beer cans (preferably full) and any other unusual brand. Must have items by Jan. 3. Price negotiable. Call Lynda at 85677 GHB Room S210 AT or leave message at 85123. services Biofeedback control training available. Sessions conducted in brainwave control, muscular control and skin temperature control. For information or appointment call 64267 AT. Will babysit in my home on New Year's Eve. Call 90209. Couple and 8-year-old son need to housesit during any time period between Jan. 18 and Mar. 15. Dates after Mar. 15 are flexible. Experienced. Call AG2 Bailey at 64493 or 64439 AT and leave message. Cakes decorated and baked for all occasions. Call 95492 AT. Couple would like to housesit anytime during January. Call 85849 AT and leave message for Belmore. Husband and wife will babysit New Year's Eve in their home. Call 96190 AWH. Will babysit New Year's Eve in my home. Will babysit for working mother. Call 85109 AT. Honda repair, tune-up, overhaul or transmission work done. Call 99246 AWN. Will babysit in my home New Year's Eve. Call 96L23. TheUnited States of America Bicentennial 1776-1976 He had the lead in the decathlon until he got to the pole vault. Somehow, he never got off the ground, no matter how he tried. But the day that Bruce Jenner waited for so long was July 30, 1976. It was the second day of competition in the decathlon at Montreal. On that day, the hard work and sacrifice had paid off. Bruce Jenner was number one. He knows that his Olympic victory has put him in a position to do a lot of good for youngsters. Bruce will become a TV commentator for the Super Stars competition this coming year,and, possibly a year from now, he will enter the actual competition himself. Sports scores COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCORES Cincinnati 79, Shuth Carolina 62 Wake Forest 84,$Jartmouth 61 Missouri 86, Colbrado 77 Vanderbilt 62, Mddle Tennessee 59 Seton Hall 69, NMagara 59 Roanoke 73, Bost n U. 70 U. North Carolind 67, U. Maine 65 Kings 113, Brave 103 Michigan 95, Rhode Island 85 San Francisco 80, St. John 70 Mississippi St. 8, Wake Forest 83 Nevada 109, E. Michigan 85 Syracuse 116, Duuesne 86 UCLA 99, Southe Methodist 71 George Washingt Canisius 52 Missouri 86, Col a o 77 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Supersonics 102, Nei s 96 Kansas City 113, Cle eland 106 Seattle 120, Atlanta -19 Washington 117, Indian 111 San Antonio 93, Philad his 79 Portland 84, Chicago 79 Denver 110, Phoenix 102 Milwaukee 113, Golden State 402 Los Angeles 134, Boston 105 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 3 (tie) Toronto 6, Cleveland 2 Buffalo 6, Atlanta 3 Chicago 6, Detroit 3 Minnesota 8, Los Angeles 3 WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Houston 6, Winnipeg 3 Quebec 3, Edmonton 2 Phoenix 4, Indianapolis 3 Minnesota 5, New England 4 Recipe for COLLISION COCKTAIL 1 MAN 1 CAR GARNISH WITH ALCOHOL ADD A DASHOF SPEED Holiday funk for young peo The Guantanamo Bay Racinug Association will host Holiday for persons from ages one through 15 at Cooper Field the afternoon of Jan. 2, 1977. This fun will be competition among young people riding ,wo, three and four wheel vehicles (people power only). Competition will take place on a mini-dragstrip, similar to the bimonthly GBRA events held at Oceanview. Trophies will be presented to winners. For more information call 97279 and 99221 AT or 9 126 and 99115 AWH. Sports (UPI)--There were 51,000 season ticket holders to Oakland Raider games this year but only 15,000 tickets will be available for the Super Bowl game Jan. 9. Hundreds of people lined up outs the Oakland Coliseum last night get first crack at the tickets. Some of them arrived in campers and were comfortable. One woman bundled herself in a sleeping bag and watched a battery-powered TV set. The Super Bowl will be played in Pasadena. (UPI)--Three Americans reached the quarter-finals of the $100,000 New South Wales Open Tennis Championships in Australia today. Roscoe Tanner scored an easy 6-2, 6-4 victory over Australia's John Aamef. Dick Stockton beat Peter Fleming of New Jersey, 6-4, 6-3. Hank Fister topped Australian Ray Ruffels, 4-1, 7-6, 7-5. (AP)--A single game scoring ',cord for the Far Vest Basketball Classi. has been set by Anthony Robetpo-R Oral Roberts. Roberts seede 8 points in pacing his team to an 8376 victory over Bowling Creen in a consolation round game in the Portland, Ore. tournament. (AP)--North Carolina running back Mike Voight suffered a spra ankle yesterday in a workout for tomorrow's Peach Bowl football gamy against Kentucky in Atlanta. Tar Heel coach Bill Dooley says the re port from the doctor is that the injury is not too serious. Dooley expects that VoIght, his top running back, will bkable to star (AP)--The executive direct r of the Baseball Players Association says the status of outfielder Gary Matthews should be resolved within a few days. Marvin Miller says the delay in approving Matthew's contract with the Atlanta Braves is harassment by commissioner Bowie Kuhn's office. (UPI)--Rod Funseth took a two stroke lead into yesterday's third round of the Spalding Invitational Pro-Am Golf Tournament in Monterey, California. Funseth has a 36-hole total of 138, which is four-underpar. (AP)--Belgian track star, Ivonvan Damme, a winner of the two Silver Medals in the recent Olympic games, was killed yesterday in an automobile accident in France. The 22year-old Damme was a runnerup in both the 800 and 15-hundred meters at Montreal and recently was named Belgium's Sportsman of the Year. (AP)--The Associated Press defesive player of the year in the NFL, linebacker Jack Lambert of the Pittsburgh Steelers, is fuming. He'd like another crack at the Oakland Raiders who defeated the Steelers last Sunday to gain a Super Bowl berth. Plage 4 Guantanamo Gazette Thursday, Decemb


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