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The Kwajalein hourglass

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.. SHERbLJOrJ U .. ROY {3 K.IND VOLUME 14 KWAJALEIN ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS, TUESDAY , JANUARY 18, 1977 NUMBER -1-2WEARY RESCUE TEAMS CONTINUE SEARCH fOR DEAD IN SYDNEY TRAIN DISASTER SYDNEY (UPI) -Weary rescue teams were work1ng late last mght, uSlng powerful arc lamps, ln a desperate effort to extrl cate the bod1es of an estlmated 60 commuters crushed to death when the commuter traln carrVlnQ them dera11ed and crashed 1nto a road br1dge, brlng1ng tons of concrete upon It. Inspector Ray Wllllams, pollce offlcer ln charge of the rescue operatlons, sa1d last n1ght that 33 persons were conflrmed dead and about 60 bodles were bel1eved to be stlll under the wreckage. W1ll1ams warned at the same tlme, "at th1S stage 1t 15 guesswork," 1mplYlng more bod1es may be under the rubble. He also sa1d VANCE PLANS TRIP TO MID-EAST TO DISCUSS PEACE EffORTS NEW YORK (UPI) --Two newspapers reported today that Secre tary of State-deslgnate Cyrus Vance plans to V1S1t the Mid-East next month to d1SCUSS resumlng peace efforts 1n the area. The NEW YORK and the BOSTON HERALD AMERICAN reported from Washlngton that Vance wlll fly to the M1ddle East ln February to begln the peace bld No flrm dates for the tnp were glven. The TIMES, quot1ng h1gh-rank1ng dlplomat1c and State Depart rrent sources, sa1d Vance dlscussed hlS planned 1tlnerary wlth 91 persons were 1nJured It was Sydney's worst rall d1saster. In 1926, 27 persons USSR Not In Arms Race Says Brezhnev Israell Ambassador Slmcha Dln-1tz last Fnday. Vance "lntends to fly to the M1ddle East to dlSCUSS ways of resum1ng peace efforts In the C'rea ," the TIMES sal d were k111ed and 27 1nJured 1n another tra1n acc1dent. Yes te rday '5 d1 5 as te r occu rred at the Granv111e Stat10n, about MOS cow (up I) -SOV1 e t 1 eade r Leom d 1. Bre zhne v today beled "absurd and totally unfounded" allegat10ns that the Umon was stnv1ng for supenonty 1n the arms race to be to dell ver the flrst stn ke. 1 a Sov1et able The HERALD AMERICAN sald plans for the tnp to Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Saudl Arabla and Syrla beglnnlng In February were dl sclosed "by a semor ad Vlser to Pres1dent-elect Jlmmy Carter" 14 m11 es wes t of Sydney The last known surV1vor was placed 1n a hell copter and rushed to a hosp1tal nearly 10 hours after the early mornlng d1saster "Of course, comrades, we are perfect1 ng our defenses," Brezh nev told a meet1ng 1n the C1ty of Tula south of Moscow "It cannot be otherw1se. We have never sacnf1ced and w111 never sacn fl ce the secun ty of our country, the secun ty of our al-The 111-fated tra1 n, an early commuter, left Mount Vlctor1a ln the Blue Mounta1ns about 70 mlles west of Sydney wlth nbout 600 passengers bound for Sydney. As 1t approached Granvllle Stat10n through a vladuct, the tral n apparently dera11ed and then plowed 1nto the br1dge, collapslng the span. The overhead road brldge came down, r1pp1ng apart the tra1n's wooden coaches "llke a sarc:1ne can," accord1ng to one :,urVl vor. Harty Kramer, a state rescue offlcer, sa1d, "The flrst of the e1ght-car tra1n went over on ltS slde, the second went up vert1-cally, the thlrd caught a support pylon, brlng1ng down the br1dge onto the th1rd and fourth cars. 11 es. "But," he sa1d, "the allega t10ns that the Sov1et Un10n 15 gOlng beyond what 15 suff1c1ent for defense, that 1 t 15 stn V1ng for supenonty 1n arma ments wlth the alm of dellverlng the flrst stnke are absurd and tota lly unfounded." Relteratlng a constant theme 1 n the Sov1et press, the Gener al Secretary of the Commun1st Party accused the m111 tary1ndustnal complex and hal/k pol1t1c1ans 1n the West of spread1ng m1s1nterpretat10ns of Sov1et defense P011CY. "On behal f of the party and the entlre people, I declare that our country w111 never embark on the road of aggresslon, w111 never ra1se the sword aga1nst other natlons," Brezhnev sal d. The speech 1n Tula was carrled on Nat10nal TVo "Mos t of the Vl Ctl ms were 1 n the fourth car. The brldge would welgh at least 1,000 tons and lt collapsed llke a pack of cards nght onto the traln," he sald Kramer, hlS face blackened and Carter Takes Setback hlS eyes red-nmmed after more than 10 hours of hack1 ng and cl aw lng hlS 'vJay through the pul ver-1zed traln, sald some of the trapped v1ct1ms showed remarkable courage The dnver of the tra1n, Edward Olencewlcz, 52, was treated for shock and later sent home. Media Hounds Czech Dissidents P'LAINS, GEORGIA (UPI) -Presldent-elect Jlmmy Carter spent III s next to the 1 as t full day as a pnvate cltlZen today, taklng hlS flrst setback wlthout a fl ght. Carter Monday bowed to the probable defeat of hlS cholce of Theodore Sorensen to be U.S. Central Intell1gence Agency 01 rector and perml tted Sorensen to wlthdraw wlthout a Senate confrontatlon. PRAGUE (UPI) -CzechoslovakA1des made 1t clear that 1(\'5 Commumst mass medla lntenCarter, who assumes the PreS1-slfled harassment today of dlSS1dency Hursday, was not pre-dent human n ght fl ghters after pared to battle for Sorensen, authorltles announced the arrest whose nomlnatlon ran lnto a and lmpendlng tnal of four promnumber of roadblocks. lnent lntellectuals for "grave The roadblocks lncluded re-actlons agalnst the state." ports of Sorensen's use of Commun1st newspaper Rude Pravo classlfled documents ln wrltlng sald that "The bankrupt lndlvidhlS memOlrS on the Kennedy era, uals have expelled themselves hlS conSClentlous obJector from the Soclallst soclety. WhlCh m1lltary status and concerns so far let them llVe freely ln about hlS expertlse In the Insplte of thelr offenses." telllgence area. "The Soclal1st soclety wlll "The Governor does not feel not tolerate vermln," the news-reJected," sald Press Secretary paper sald. Jody Powell. But PO\'Iell SC'ld CTK, the offlClal news agency, Carter acknowledged "The ob-publlshed more resolutlons pourV10US prospects •• were not lng In from many parts of the good" for the nomlnatlon. country, 1n WhlCh the 300 slgna-It was one of the fe\" tlmes tones of the "Charta 77" -the that a Pres1 dent or Pres1 dent-document demand1ng more nghts for elect has fa11ed 1n obta1mng Czechoslovaks were attacked. CTK Senate conflrmat10n of a key ca lled them" renegades, reactlon-noml nee. Carter w111 not make anes, and dlsruptlVe elements." another nom1natlOn for a\'Jh1le. 50 May Be Dead In Launch Mishap BARCELONA, SPAIN (UPI) offlclals sald tocay as many as 50 Amer1can U S sa11ors and ma n nes may have dl ed 1n a c0111slon between a U.S. Navy launch and a Spamsh fre1ghter ln Barcelona Harbor. A spokesman for the U.S. Con sulate sa1d 24 bod1es have been recovered and 26 men were stlll unaccounted for Th1S more than doubled the last f1gures glven Monday nlght The spokesman sa1d the casualty llSt lias rev1sed after roll calls aboard 6th fleet un1ts v1s1t1ng Barcelona showed that many more men were mlsslng than Orlq1nally belleved "TwentY-51 x are now unarcounted for," he sa1d. "It does not necessanly mear that all of them are dead." The spokesman also sa1d that a total of 23 sa110rs and ma nnes stlll 1n the hOSP1tal belng treated for 1nJunes and the effects of nearly drown lng. He sald the rev1sed flg ure of 5 urVl vors was 84 Richard Goes Again The adv1ser, the HERALD sald, "underscored that the new Adm1n1stratlon wants to prevent a potentlally dangerous stalemate from developlng In the Mlddle East 1n the per10d lead1n9 up to Israel's nat10nal eJect10ns ln 11ay " The newspaper reports came after yesterday's announcement by U N. Secretary General Kurt Waldhelm that he wlll embark on a Mlddle East peace mlSSlon next week to try to reconc11e ArabIsrael1 d1fferences over Pales tlnlan partlclpat10n In the stalled Geneva Peace Conference. Waldhelm was to V1S1t Egypt, Syna, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel, startlnq wlth hlS arn val ln Calro February 2. The HERALD AMERICAN sa1d Vance's trlp would be followed by V1S1tS to the Un1ted States by Israel1 Pnme M1n1ster Yltzhak Rab1n, Egypt1an Presldent Anwar Sadat and Crown Pr1nce Fahd Ibn Abdulaz1z of Saudl Ara b1a, wlth Klng Husseln of Jordan reportedly havlng tentat1vely accepted an 1nvltatlon for early May. The artlcle sa1d Presldent Hafez Assad of Syn a "has refused the Carter bl d," but has "lnformed several emlssanes he (UPI) --Armed w1th 1'1111 send a h1gh-rank1ng a1de." new concrete proposals for Rho-* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * des1an 1ndependence, Bntlsh * WATERREPORT * negot1 ator I vor R1 chard today * * flew to South Afn ca at the * As of 2400 Hours: 17 Jan. 1977* start of a second round of shut-* Present Code' Yello'vJ * t1e talks wlth black and wh1te * Water 1n Tanks: 6,330,000 Ga1.* Afncan leaders. * Water Consumed * have now formulated our * KwaJa1eln 265,000 Gal.* proposals and I hope to put them* Others 25,000 Gal.* 1n the course of the next round * na11y Use' 290,000 Gal.* to varlOUS partlclpants and * Ralnfall: 0 * countnes ," R1C,lard told news* Monthly Total: 44" * men. * TOMORROW * The d1plomat, chalrman of the* H1 T1de' 0444 4.9; 1656 6.1 * deadlocked Geneva Peace Confer* Lo Tlde 1037 0 4, 2319 0 1 * ence on Rhodesla, sald he wlll * Sunnse: 0709 Sunset 1848 * meet South Afr1can Pr1me Mln1s* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ter John Vorster ln Cape : FINANCIAL REPORT** tomorro\'J He \'11 11 then fly to Rhodesla for up to three days of* DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGES * talks w1th Prem1er Ian Smlth and* 30 Indus. off 4.82 at 962.43 * I3lack Nat10nal1st If'ader B1Shop * 20 Trans off 0.99 at 231.82 * Abel Muzorewa * 15 Utlls. up 0.16 at 108.61 * RlChard sald dUrlng hlS flrst* 65 Stocks off 1.17 at 315.82 * tnp through Afnca he was mere-* Volume' 24,380,000 Shares * ly taklng "some Bnt1sh thoughts* Clos1ng Gold Pnce $133.15 * Wh1Ch I w1sh to d1scusso" But * Closlng Sllver Pnce $4.39 * thlS t1me, he sald, "we have * * formulated rlanso " * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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PAr,E { freighter Splits Apart Off Midway; Crew Safe HONOLULU (UPI) --A Llberian frelqhter en route from Venezuela to Japan wlth 100,000 barrels of 011 Spllt ln half yesterday and began to break up In the Paclflc Ocean off Mldway Island, the Coast Guard sald today. The Honolulu Coast Guard Search and Rescue Center sald 28 of the 31 crewmen of thp 21,OOO-ton "Irenes Challenger" rave been plcked up by a passlng Japanese contalner ShlP, "The Paclflc Arrow." The other three crewmen were on board the "Challenger," battllng to prevent her froM slnklng 204 Mlles southeast of Mldway, Coast Guard spokesman Jlm Glllman sald. "Accordlng to reports from the scene, the vessel cracked In half and a small 011 SllCk was slqhted," he sald. "The extent of the S11Ck lS not yet known." He sald the ShlP belonged to Tsakos Shlpplng and Tradlng of Plraeus, Greece, and had bequn to break up en route to Japan. A C-130 rescue plane on the scene was ordered to return to Hawall and another plane wl11 be sent out, he sald. "Cha 11 enger" 1 ssued an SOS fven lnq, and the message was relayed to the Coast Guard by another ShlP In the area. Gilmore Lived Two Minutes A fter four Slugs Hit Heart SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) --Gary Gl1more 11ved two full mlnutes after four .30 caliber rlfle slugs passed through his heart, the Utah State Medlcal Examlner sald yesterday. Dr. Serge Moore, who plnned the target for a state prlson flrlng squard over Gll morels heart, sald he could not determlne whether the kl11er suffered after the slugs hlt hlm. "I couldn't tell you lf he \'las senslng paln. All I know lS that he was breathlnq and that what arp called the autnMatlc func tl0ns were g01 ng on for two m nutes. " The doctor sald two mlnutes was a normal tlme for a person to 11ve after belnq shot through the heart, but he sald shock usually sets ln on lMpact of the bullets, lMredlnq paln. Moore told a news conference all four sluqs flred by the rlfleMen hlt Gl1more' s heart "wlthln an lnch or two lnches away from each other. All four eXlted the body throuqh the back." One of the flVf rlflemen flred a blank. Moorp conducted a three-hour autopsy, beqlnnlng less than three hours after Gllmore was executed. The postmorteM was performed at the Unlverslty of Utah Medlcal Center to WhlCh Gl1more donated portl0ns of hlS body for research and Medlcal purposes. Gllmore Malntalned hlS composure to the end. He trled throughout the nlqht to calm hlS relatlves and lawyers who were wlth hlm In a speclal vls1tlng room. He even danced wlth hlS COUSln, to glve others there a lesson, and, accordlng to hlS lawyer, sparred around, glvlng pOlnters on boxlng. Angry Relatives Of Victims Hijack Buses 'n Mexico MEXICO CITY (UPI) --Anqry relatlves of the vlctlms of a bus collls10n ln WhlCh 37 people were kl11ed over the weekend hljacked 16 buses and were threatenlng yesterday to burn the vehlcles unless they recelved 10 mllllon pesos ($500,000) ln compensatlon. Thlrty-slx persons, lncludlng seven Chll dren, were kl1led lnstantly Sunday mornlng when a Jammed Clty bus trled to beat a traln over a suburban crosslng ln an lndustrlal and worklnq class area north of Mexlco Clty. One of the 15 lnJured dlen t10nday. The bus drlver, who apparently 19nored passenqer's shouted warnlngs to stop at the ral1 crosslnq, was among the dead. ThlS was the thlrd such accldent at the same crosslng In the past year, authorltles said. Relatlves and nelghbors of the dead -most of them from lndustrlal suburbs of Mexlco Clty --were taklnq turns quardlng the buses pendlng a settlement wlth the bus company, pollce sources sald. Three U.S. TV Networks Ask for Joint Olympic Coverage (UPI) --The three MajOr Amerlcan televlslon networks proposed yes terday that they cover the 1980 Olymplc Games In Moscow JOlntly because Sovlet demands make lt too costly and rlsky for a network to try lt alone. The networks proposed settlnq up an "Olymplcs Coveraqp Servlce" to negotlate for U.S. broadcast rlghts and feed aqe not only to the three networks hut also any other U.S. broadcasters wllllng to pay on a pro rata basls. Such a plan mlght be consldered a V101atlon of U.S. antltrust law, WhlCh forblds JOlnt ventures that restraln trade and competltlon. The networks asked the Justlce Department for an exemptlOn, say lnq thlS was not a normal sltuatlon. "For the Olympl cs the Amen can networks must dpa1 for the flrst tlme wlth lnstrumentalltles of a Qovernment," ABC, CBS and NBC wrote the Justlce Antltrust Dlvlslon. The Sovlet Olymplc Commlttee, headed by members of the Communlst Party Central Commlttee, lnltlally demanded $50 mllllon to pay for techmcal eaulpment and "substantla1 addltlonal amounts" for U.S. broadcast rlghts, the networks sald. ThlS cOMpared wlth $13.5 mllllon ABC pald for the 1972 Olymplcs ln Munlch and $25 mllllon ln Montreal, the stateMent sald. FurtherMore, the Sovlet qovernMent plans to keep the eqUlpment after the games. france's 'Not Prepared To Accept' Any Criticism PARIS (UPI) -Presldent Valery G1S card D'Estalng has told the Unlted States, West Germany and Israel that France was not prepared to accept any crltlclsm over ltS arrest and suhsequent release of sus pected Palestlnlan querrl11a leader Abu Daoud. At a news conference yesterday, G1S card took 1 ssue Wl th \Jestern governments and ne\vspapers Ilhl ch sal d French 1 eqa 1 authorltles acted cowardly In llberatlng Daoud who was wanted by lsrM 1 and \Jest Germcny for alleqedly organ;zlnq the 1972 massacre of Israell athletes at the Munlch Olymnlc GaMes. "France has been the object of a cam palCln of lnsults WhlCh have trled --I say trled --to cast a slur on lts d1g mty and ltS honor," G1scard told reporters. "France IS forel qn pOll cy 1 s made, and wl11 cont1nue to be made ln France, not 1n the edltor1al rooms of lnternat10n al news medla," he sald. "France takes lessons from no onf and I 1nvlte thosp who call themselves our fnends not to glve us any lessons." Glscard ' s remarks appeared larqely dlrpcted at the Unlted States and Israel, the two countr1es where Daoud's 11bera t10n has been most bltterly crlt1clzed. France already has rrotested to the U.S. Embassy aqa1nst the State Depart mentis publ1C attack on Par1s. World War " 'Tokyo Rose' May Receive ford Pardon WASHINGTON (UPI) --Iva Togurl D'AqUlnO, better known to m11110ns of World liar II serV1cemen as "Tokyo Rose," may be 1n 11ne for a poss1ble pardon from Presldent Ford. The Wash1nqton Post reported today Ford has dec1ded to pardon the 60-year old Chlcago res1dent, but Admln1stratlon offic1als contacted by UPI would not go that far, saY1ng only that her name 1S on a 11St of those recommended by the Jus t1ce Departmpnt for pardons. Mrs. D 'Aqu1no, who works as a clerk 1n an orlental glft shop, was conv1cted of treason 1n 1949 and served more than SlX years in pn son. She was onp of several women dubbed "Tokyo Rose" by U.S. serV1cemen reached by Japanese rad10 broadcasts of pro-Axls propaganda. She has 1nS1sted she was 1n nocp.nt of treasonous act10ns. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1977 MET ROCKET A meteorolog1cal rocket launch operat10n 1S scheduled for vlednesday, January 19. In connectlon w1th thlS operat10n, haz ard areas w111 eXlst ln the ocean and on KwaJaleln Island between tile aZlmuths of 2250 true and 2750 true T1e ocean hazard areas extend out from KwaJale1n for a d1S tance of 50 nautlcal m11es The KwaJaleln Island ground hazard area lS that conta1ned w1th1n a clrcle havlng a 400-foot rad1us from the rocket launcher All personnel and craft must stay out of the ocean hazard areas between the hours of 0902 ann 1545 unt1l restrlctlOn lS llfted. IIle ground hazard area be evacuated not later than 0902 hours See the d1agram below showing the ocean hazard area o WORLD NEWS BRIEfS NEVI DELHI (UPI) --The lonq-awal ted qeneral elect10ns 1n lndla, postponed by Prlme M1nlster Ind1ra Gandhl government by one year under the rules, wll1 now be held ln March after the current Parl1ament lS d1ss01ved. The was made by the natlonal neviS agency, SaMachar, ln a bulletln today. • •• WASHINGTON (UPI) --The Supreme Court yes terday blocked Wednesday's scheduled executlon of Jerry Lane Jurek 1n the Texas elec trlC chalr. The Court's brlef order sald Jurek's attorneys must fl1e a complete pet1t10n for a Supreme Court hear1ng by Feb. 16 for the stay of executl0n to remaln In effect. Texas must f11e 1tS formal response by March 3. If the pet1tlon for formal reV1ew 1S denled, the stay of execut10n 1S automatlcally 11fted under the Court's order. ••• SALISBURY (UPI) --E1qht convlcted urban guerr111as were executed ln Sallsbury yesterday after Natlonal1st leader B1Shop Abel Muzorewa tr1ed 1n va1n to appeal to the qovernment for mercy. The Men, aged between 19 and 30, vlere hanged at Sallsbury Prlson shortly after daVin yes terday" Another black youth, 19, was convlcted w1th the other e1ght, but hlS sentence was commuted to 11fe 1mprlsonment. At the1r trlal last September, they pleaded gUl1ty to charges of trY1ng to sabotage ra11road tracks and throw1ng grenades lnto a downtown restaurant and nlghtclub. The group belonged to the Afrlcan Natlonal Councll Black Nat10nallst Movement headed by Blshop Muzorev/a. ••• TOKYO (UPI) --Forelgn M1n1ster I1chlro Hatoyama sald today U.S. Vlce Presldent elect Walter Mondale and Japanese Pr1me Mlmster Takeo Fukuda 1'1111 discuss Amer1can troop w1thdrawal from South Korea 1n thelr meet1ng Jan. 31. ••• STOCKHOLM (UPI) --Queen S11v1a of Sweden, the former West German commoner who K1ng Carl Gustaf fell 1n love w1th flve years ago and marr1ed last summer, lS pregnant and lS expected to glve b1rth to thelr flrst Chl1d ln July, the Royal Court sa1d. ••• BANGKOK (UPI) --Thal yuards w1th clubs quelled a protest ln a Vletnamese refugee camp northeast of Bangkok last week, dlP-10mat1c and government sources conflrmed today. The cl ash came vlhen Vl etnamese protested an alleged lack of medlcal care.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1977 Innocents Abroad --II by Wllllam F. Buckley Is lt the responslblllty of Amerlcan buslness flrms, actlng In dlvldually, to refuse to trade wlth the Sovlet Unlon? The questlon has been argued over the generatlons Slnce Elsenhower began, fltfully and cautlously, to relax the comprehenslve embargo placed on trade In the late 1940's. It lS a vexed questlon, brought home by the dlspatch last week descrlblng the dlnner between Amerlcan bUS1-ness executlves and Sovlet trade offlclals at the huge Kama Rlver Truck Plant at WhlCh Amerlcans sought to outdo themselves toastlng thelr Sovlet hosts, wlth one Amerlcan speclflcally apologlzlng to the Russlans for the Jackson Amendment (wlthholdlng Most Favored Natlon treatment for RUSSla whlle lt denles passports to those who wlsh to emlgrate) , and thar,klng the Russlans for thelr "patlence." Let us attempt a couple of fundamental dlstlnctlons. At one end of the trade spectrum are the lnstruments of war or of torture. Alexander Solzhenltsyn, addresslng the AFL-CIO In 1975 and deplor lng the actlvltles of many Amerlcan capltallsts, made a dlrect reference to a recent exhlblt In the Sovlet Unlon of Unlted States antl-crlmlnal technology an exhlblt that so engrossed the RusSlans, they put In orders for the lot, cash on the barrel head. The problem, Solzhenltsyn pOlnted out, belng that we were sell our sClentlflc paraphernalla not to the law-abldlng for use agalnst crlmlnals, but--glven the constltutlon of Sovlet authorlty --to crlmlnals (the people who run Russla) for use agalnst those who would ablde by the law (the dlssenters, who wlsh to lmplement the prOV1Slons of the Sovlet Constltutlon and the U.N. Declaratlon on Human Rlghts). It was rather llke lnventlng the gUlllotlne for the pupose of slaughterlng cattle, and then selllng lt to Robesplerre In full knowledge of the uses to WhlCh he lntended to put It. At the other end of the spectrum lS, let us say, wheat. Wheat lS not thought of as grlst elther for Russla's torture mllls or for ltS war machlne. To be sure, lf one were persuaded to thlnk of wheat as, say, the ecologlsts thlnk of the least effluent, as the nutrltlonlsts thlnk of beef fatteners, as the conservatlonlsts thlnk of the bald eagle, we would be argulng that wheat was an In dlspensable and lndlstlngulshable part of the whole--of the entlre lmperlallstlc Sovlet enterprlse, and of course lt lS. No wheat, no guns. Stlll, the sorltlcal leap from bread to nuclear mlSSlles glves tlme for the easlng of the capltallst conSClence. In between the two lS such hardware as the Kama plant wlll pro duce, and such hardware as went lnto the development of the Kama plant. And always lS the questlon of credlt. It lS estlmated that the Sovlet Unlon now owes banks $40 bllllon. The rule of thumb of lnternatlonal bankers lS that a natlon's debt serVlce (l.e., yearly lnterest plus amortlzatlon) ought not to exceed 15 percent of ltS hard currency earnlngs. But the flgure has rlsen to 25 rercent and thlS In a natlon that devotes over tWlce the share of ltS GNP that we do to the mllltary. In the past flve years, the West has lncreased by ten tlmes goods exported to the Sovlet Unlon. The reclprocal flgure lS four tlmes. The dlfferentlal lS, essentlally, western credlt. The slgnlflcance of thlS analysls lS that Sovlet economlC threats agalnst the U.S. ("We wlll take our bUSlness elsewhere!") are largely empty. And the slgnlflcance of thlS datum lS that the resldual problem lS really polltlcal. Wlll the governments of the West use the leverage they have over the Sovlet Unlon to force lt to retrench? What wlll Mr. Carter and hlS people say on the subject? Wlll the threat to "detente" prove to be the lntlmldatlng lnstrument the Sovlet Unlon so greatly deSlres lt to be? Capltallst enterprlses aren't, when all lS sald and done, forelgn POllCY makers. And the behaVlor of the Amerlcan capltallst who toasted Sovlet patlence In Kama lS no more offenslve than some of 141xon's toasts In Chlna. But Amen can buslness enterpnse needs to know whether lt lS partlclpatlng In a corporate act the defense of Amerlcn, and the concentratlon of pressures on the Sovlet Unlon to devote ltS own resources to ltS extra-mllltary lndustrlal plant. Fallure to thlnk the problem through renders us vulnerable to the hauntlng observatJns of Solzhenltsyn •.•. "ThlS lS SOI"ethlng WhlCh lS almost lncomprehenslble to the human mlnd, that burnlng greed for proflt that goes beyond all reason, all self-control, all consclence." Greed can be the lubncant of matenal progress, even as ambltlon lS often the lubrlcant for publlC ser Vlce. What lS mlsslng today lS an elaborated doctrlne that unltes economlC and publlC POllCY. Carter should accept the responslblllty for attemptlng to formulate a coherent doctrlne. PAGE 3 Bite Your Tongue, 1916 by Art Buchwald As wlth every year people sald a lot of thlngs In 1976 that they're sorry for. Here are posslbly a few of them. Aren't you glad you're not the person wro sald to Ronald Reagan, "If you want to Wln the Republlcan nomlnatlOn you have to take Pennsylvanla, and the only person who can do that for you lS Sen. Rlchard Schwelker." Or the adVlsor who sald to Presldent Gerald Ford, "They're all good men, but the only way to beat Jlmmy Carter lS to take Robert Dole as your runnlng mate. You're a nlce guy and you need a hatchet man." Or the fe 11 ow who sa 1 d to Sen. John Tunney, "You're not gOl ng to belleve thlS, but guess who the Republlcans are gOlng to run agalnst you--a 70-year-old Engllsh professor of Japanese ancestry named Hayakawa. Ha, ha, ha!" And lest we forget,the frlend of Congressman Wayne Hayes who sald, "Wayne, I'd llke you to meet EllZabeth Ray--EllZabeth, I'd llke you to meet Congressman Wayne Hayes." Or the chap who sald to Pnnce Bernhard, "Your Hlghness, want to lntroduce you to a frlend of mlne from Lockheed Alrcraft. He only wants a few mlnutes of your tlme." Or the agrlculture offlClal who sald to Secretary Earl Butz on an alrplane, "Mr. Secretary, dld you ever tell John Dean why the blacks don't vote Republlcan?" And how about the publlC relatlons man attached to the JOlnt Chlefs of Staff who sald to Gen. George Brown, "There's a newspaperman outslde who wants to lntervlew you about Israel. I thlnk lt would be good for your lmage." to mentlon the campalgn alde who sald to Jlmmy Carter, "When Playboy talks to you, be sure and tell them what's In your heart. " Or the man who sald to Pnme Mlnlster Tanaka, "Mr. Pnme Mlnlster, I want to lntroduce you to a frlend of mlne from Lockheed Alrcraft. He only wants a few mlnutes of your tlme." And whlle we're at lt let's not forget the three comrades of Madame Mao Tse-tung, who told her, "Once the old man croaks, we'll take over the country. Ha, ha, ha." Or the asslstant to Vlce Presldent Rockefeller who sald, "There are some student hecklers outslde. Why don't you show them wlth your flnger what you thlnk of them." Or the dlplomat who sald to the French and Brltlsh backers of the Concorde, "You Just get the plane bUllt and I'll take care of gettlng permlSSlon for lt to land or take off." Or the person who sald to Itallan Premler Rumor, "I want to lntroduce you to a frlend of mlne from Lockheed Alrcraft. He only wants a few mlnutes of your tlme." And, of course, the man (or was lt a woman) who sald, "Mr. Congressman, thlS lS Tongsun Park. He'd llke to help flnance your electlOn campalgn." As well as the producer who sald to Harry Reasoner at ABC-TV, "Three guesses whom you're gOlng to share the news wlth?" Or the alde who told Presldent Ford, "In the debates wlth Carter, don't forget to mentlOn the POllSh people." And the ABC soundman who told hlS superlors durlng the flrst presldentlal debate, "We're all set to go." And flnally to end out the year, the sallor who sald to the captal n of the tanker "Argo Merchant" off flantucket, "Aye aye, Slr, we're nght on course!" JIM -::. •••• """ .... ""." .. '" .... " .... , .. ,'''u .... ", .. " .... ,'u,." •• ", 'I'll "" ., ", ... ", ...... , •• , .. , •• " .. I' ...... " .. Once a year, Warren Srruth sends a copy of "PredictIOns " Sometunes I use them Or abuse them And yet, 1977 IS upon us and the world IS ready for a psycluc or a phYSIC Take your chOice Here's what the seers said for the year past and the new one Robert E Hill of Tampa sees danger m the commg year for the Queen of England We will also have a new Pope, he says Hill also predicted that Henry Kissmger would be forced to resign because of a scandal If the last one shakes you, consider "Mr Harmony" of Clmton, Iowa He stated "I do not feel Ford Will finish hiS presidency" I was under the impression that the presidency had fwshed Ford 'Remembering' the Future Tenny Hale, the Oregon oracle, IS a female She makes forecasts by "remembermg" the future She claimS to have predicted Watergate 40 years ago If so, we weren't hstenmg Each year, Ms Hale makes a lot of predictions Some are excuse the expressIOn far out She sees more eplderrucs everywhere There Will be a food scarcity "raspbernes WIll be hard to fmd " Watergate figures Will benefit by something Prez Ford does before he departs Also "Watch out for an mcrease m tree and bush thefts right off people's property" If that ISn't enough, watch out for "pet nappmg for ransom" thIS may be hnked to the theft of trees and bushes She also predicted a cluld for Jane Fonda Another parap sychologist IS certain that Fonda IS busy trymg to fmd another na tlon to sa ve Logically, there IS tune for both In New Castle, Delaware, Judith Haimes IS busy With her "aura" She reads people from photos Haimes says that NIXon IS depressed, contemplatmg swclde and "WIll expire m the near future" She ClaImS to have predicted the deffilSe of Howard Hughes and Onassls She sees poor health for Nelson Rockefeller and a close assassmatlOn attempt on the Rev Sun Myung Moon Please don't sent the lady any pictures of me Along With many others of the cult, she says that Jackie Onassls IS gomg to marry agam thIS time for love In CIucago, Joseph East uses clairaudience, palrrustry and psycluc impressIOns to foretell that John Wayne "will fwsh on top of the heap, but Without the Indians" NIXon will stage a comeback Eva Gabor IS headed for surgery Mr East dares to tell In Washmgton, he says, the war cry will be "get the prostitutes off the payroll" thiS IS so mystical that It IS difficult to dIvme whether he means the women or the congressmen Who's Been Mesmerized? Joe Donnelly IS an old man who lives In Lake PlaCid, FlOrida Before Donnelly was born, Dr Anton Mesmer, from whom we get the word "mesmerized," was dead The good doctor, however, returned m "materialized SPlrlt form" to teach Donnelly thermal elec tromagnetic heahng wluch, you must concede, IS one hell of a favor Joe says that If the UFOs WISh to attack the world m force, they can reduce all metals to dust and can short all electrical systems m a matter of seconds Whether they do or not, Don nelly saw a world war m 1976 or 1977, also, a coast-to-coast earthquake Either one would be bound to shake a lot of people Most seers wouldn't be caught dead predlctmg somethmg happy They are, to understate It, dire John Catchmgs, who comes from a long hne of psyclucs, was leanmg on a car m Austin, Texas, when It was struck by IIghtnmg He says he saw hIS astral body projected away from hIS phYSical body The bolt was so strong, It burned out three bulbs inside John's house It didn't burn Catchings out He started predicting Among Ius goodies A fire m San Clemente Will take nme lives JlffiffiY Hoffa WIll be found alive and well m the Vlrgm Islands Mao Tse tung WIll pass mto the SPlrlt world m 1977 (Say agam?) An explOSIOn will rock Rockefeller Center George Wallace Will run for the Senate and wm Do not knock the predictIOn busmess If 90 per cent of what these people say IS gomg to happen doesn't, think how lucky we WIll be In any case. It sure beats lookmg backward at our dismal past l

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III' PAGE /I. Kl-laJaleln Toastmlstress Club lnstalled nevi offlcers January 10. Shown here are Karen Rlchards, Vlce prpsldent; Installatlon Of flcer Corky Balser handlng the qavel to Deanna Hawklns, presldent; and Jan Coon, secretary. Not shOlm lS Ann Hlse, treasurer. Hamilton Is Guest Spealcer At Toastmistress Installation Meeting Capto Russ KMR leqal offlcer, was guest speaker at the January 10 lnstallatlon meeting of the KwaJaleln Toastmlstress Club. In his speech, which concerned the flnanclal sltuatlons women may face, Capt. Hamllton posed the question, "Should every family make a wllP" "Not reces sanly," \'ias the reply, as he explalned exceptions. He dlSCUS sed the problems a woman could encounter lf her husband died and she were 19norant of where the famlly's assets were --or even what they were. He recommended that women know about llfe lnsurance, "umbrella lnsurance," trusts and other assets, llabllltles, wllls and executors. Installlng Offlcer Corky Balser preslded over the ceremony lnstalllnq new offlcers Deanna Hawklns, presldent, Karen R1Ch ards, Vlce presldent, Janet Coon, secretary, and Ann se, treasurer. In the Table TOP1CS portlon of the program, Toplcsmlstress Llnnea Brlght lnvlted lmpromptu Capto Russ Hamllton spoke of posslble flnanclal sltuatlonso speakers to alr thelr dlssatlsfactlons wlth certaln consumer products. Speakers Barbara Scott, Karen Rlchards, Jan Coon and Edle McMurphy pulled out all stops as they qave thelr oplnlons. Best Impromptu Speaker award went to Barbara Scott. An educatlon on what Toastmlstress lS all about was glven by Mary Crook. Grace and pledge were glven by Jan Cashell, blrthday raffle by Edle McMurphy, and closlng thought by Deanna Hawklns. Karen Rlchards lnducted new member Vera Hansen. HOUR Asa TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1977 Registration Opens Tonight for Art Guild Classes In Arts And Crafts Reglstratlon opens thlS evenlng for 11 arts and crafts classes sponsored by the KwaJaleln Art GUlld. Slqn-up wlll be held from 7 to 9pm tonlght, and on Saturday, January 22, from 9 to lOam In the KwaJaleln Art GUlld room, Hll ton A, next to Surfway. Some classes have llmlted enrollment, so the GUlld recommends early reglstratlon. TUltlons shown ln the schedule below do not lnclude the cost of supplles. Balls for the Glass Ball TYlng class may be pur chased from the lnstructor. There lS a $2.00 class fee for reglstratlon for those who are not Art Guild members. KvlaJaleln Art GUlld membershlps are $4.00 for indlvlduals, $6.00 for famllles, and $2.00 for Junlors, all good for members' entlre stay on lsland. Members may from the Art GUlld supply cabinet, WhlCh lS open Mondays 5 to 6pm ln Hllton A. Startlnq Class Instructor Date Where, When Batlk T. Tamgawa Feb. 14 Hi lton A 7-9pm Batlk T. Tamgawc Feb. 14 Hllton A Mon. g-ll am Pottery P. Frost Jan. 24 Hobby Shor Mon. 6-8pm Pottery P. Frost Jan. 24 Hobby Shop Mon. 8-10pm 011 Palntlng S. Olsen Jan. 25 Hllton A Tues, 9-11am Acryllcs D. 01 hel Jan. 25 Hllton A (Adults) Tues. Glass Ball J. Dletnch Jan. 25 Hllton B TYlnq Tues. 7-gnr Collage T. Tam gawa Feb 0 16 Hllton A Hed. 9-11 am Co 11 age T. Tam gal-Ia Feb. 16 Hllton A Wed. 7-9pm vleavlng V. Fullmer Feb. 9 Hllton R 7-9pm ng and B. Vandevenne Jan o 24 Hllton A Deslgn for Mon. 3-5pm Chlldren Motion Picture Assn. Ratings Are Used For Movies On Kwa; Cos t $35 $35 $35 $35 $35 $35 $30 $35 $35 $35 $35 The ratlngs shown In the HourGlass weekly and dally Moyle schedules are those set up by the Motlon Plcture Assoclatlon: G --General audlences, all ages; PG --All ages admltted, parental gUldance suqgested; R --Restrlcted, wlth persons under 17 not admltted unless accompanled by parent or adult guardlano Sign Up This Weelc for Adult Education Non-Credit Courses Reglstratlon lS currently belnq held for seventeen noncredlt courses at the Adult Educatlon Center, In the Hllton BUlldlng next to Surfway. The Center wlll be open for reqlstratlon durlnq the rest of thlS week on the followlng schedule: \Jednesday, 8'30 to 11'30am; Thursday, 3 to 7pm; Frlday, 8:30 to 11:30am. Reglstratlon lS on a flrst-come basls. Method of payment for non-credlt courses lS one check or money order for each class. for total of tUltlon plus textbook or supplles (unless these are stated as optlonal). Check lS to be made out to Adult EducatlOn Fund. IJhen paylng ln cash, please have exact amount for each course. Adult Educatlon Non-Credlt Courses Amateur Radlo Llcense (Llcensed Radlo Instructors), Hednesdays, 7 to 9'30 pm (last 30 mlnutes an optlonal questlon perlod), Feb. 9-Apr. 27. TUltlon $1.00 (an FCC publlC servlce), text, approximately Adults and hlgh school students. Be lnnln Brld e (Wlllle Zessoules), Mondays, 7 to 9pm, Feb. 7 Apr. 11. TUltlon 31. Adults and hlgh school students. Intermedlate Brldge (Ila Lambert), Tuesdays, 7 to 9pm, Feb. 8-Apr. 12. TUltion $26. Cake and Food Dr:oratlng (Helene Goodhart), Mondays, 7'30 to 9'30rm, f-eb. 2. TUltlOn $21, supplles approxlmately $15. Adults and hlqh school students. Conversatlonal French (Janet Kowalkowskl), Tuesdays, 7 to 9pm, Feb. 15-Apr. 26. TUltlon $36, text (optlonal) $11.50. Adults, 11th and 12th grade students. Gourmet Cooklng DeMonstratlon SeM1nar (Helene Goodhart), Thursdays, 7'30 to g'30PM, Feb. 24-Apr. 28. TU1t10n $36, supply cost approx1mately $5. Adults. GU1tar workshop (Marraret Esp1nola), Thursdays, 7:30 to 9pm, Feb. 17-Apr. 21. TU1t1on $41. Adults and hlgh school students. Interior Decorat1ng (Nancy Burke), Wednesdays 7 to 9pm, Feb. Feb. 9-Mar. 9. TUltlon $26. Adults. L1fe 1n the Seas (Rudolf Herqenrother), Mondays, 7:30 to 9pm, Fe • 14-Apr. 4. TU1t10n $30. Adults and h1qh school students. Conversat10nal Marshallese (Allce Buck), Tuesdays, 6:30 to 8:30pm, Feb. 15-Apr. 19. TU1t10n $31; suppl1es (tape rental for dubblnq) opt10nal, $3.50 per set. H1story and Culture (Rev. Elden Buck), Hednesdays 7 to 9pm, Feb. 40 TU1tion $31. Adults and h1gh school students. The Recorder and Early MUS1C (Paul Harr1s), Thursdays, 7:30 to 9:30pm, Feb. 10-Apr. 21. TUltlon $21; text approxlmately $5 (to be pald to lnstructor). Self-Defense-Alkldo (Ken and Roberta Barclay, ass1sted by Charles 11 and Robert Kovacs), Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to i pm, Jan.25-Mar. 31. TU1t1on $26. Adults. Beglnnlng Spanlsh (Beatrlz Vandevenne) Tuesdays, 7'30 to 9 30pm, Feb. l-Mar. 22. TUltlon $36. Adults and h1gh school students. Intermedlate Spanlsh (Beatrlz Vandevenne), Thursdays, 7'30 to 9 30PM, Feb. 3-Mar.24. TUlt10n $36. Adults ?nd hlqh school students. Worksho 1n Women's Assertlveness Tralnlnq (Paulette Schwartz and eanna aw ins, ues ays, :30 to 9pm, Feb. 8-Mar. 9. TUltlon $25. Adult women only. Be lnmn 11oodworkln (Don Fnsby) t10ndays, 6'30 to 9:30pm, Feb. 7-May 9. TU1tlon 41, text $9.50, approx1mately.

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ANN LANDERS DEAR Our San Antonlo prlnted letter crltlcal of you for SUQOestlno counsellng to a 17-year-old olrl who refused to attend her best fn end's funera 1 You ren 11 ed, "A funera 1 provldes proof that the deceased lS gone It helps the bereaved to overcome denlal mechanl sms " Your Individual Horoscope ==== Frances Drake FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1977 What kmd of day Will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say. read the forecast gIven for your birth Sign have too much planetary help, but YOU can lIght the fires of enthusiasm and good Will SAGITTARIUS )(' M (Nov 23 to Dec 21) I/{fI'" You are dead noht, Ann Don't let ARlES CV'A anyone chanCle your ml nd I 1 earned the (Mar 21 to Apr 20) Talk over controversial Issues In a buslnessilke, objective fasluon, not permItting per sonalltles to enter the fray Pay no attentIOn to those who dIssent on "general principle" 1 esson frolT' bl tter expen ence My husband A day of surprISes' Not only will someone Yo.l've helped In vias declared mlsslng In actlOn ln France the past return the favor but an on June 10,1944 In January, 1945, he addedbonuswllidellghtyou was declared dead after hlS crashed plane TAURUS CAPRICORN ,,., t--4< was found (Apr 21 to May 21) (Dec 22 to Jan 20) 'tiJ \Uf I refused to belleve lt Mav/klsh neviS Accent IS on family relatlonshlps now In fact a ltems about lost flyers belng found allve parentorseruorrelabvecowd You won't find any hiding place for your problems, so you rrught Just as well face up to them and work them out But do so In a relaxed manner and With no allXlety 1 n unexpected places kept my hopes all V(? give you some Iughly welcome Flnally I was forced to make the declsion encouragement, perhaps even and I requested that mv husband be bUrled flnanc181 help 1 n France. A fl ag came horne to June 21) AQUARIUS __ &\ (Jan 21 to Feb 19) Almost 20 years later I took my son to One of those days In which France to V1Slt hlS father's grave \'hen yourmnate directnessWlll not the klndly custodlan asked us whose grave entlrely payoff If you need a we had come to see my throat closed I favor, use a subtle and couldn't sneilk or eat for 48 hours I lffi8glnatlveapproach You may be up agamst some unusual competltlon In your field, so keep your eye on the ball With your fine intelligence, you showd find ways to outrun the best CANCER gneved as lf my husband had Just dled (June 22 to July 23) Even now, as I wnte these words I can It may not be easy to apPISCES )( tVY (Feb 20 to Mar 20) feel my throat tlqhten I real1ze I suf-preclate all suggestlons and fered all that agony because I had never directlves but, With all your Wl tnessed the f1 na 1 farewell I should strength and self-confidence, Some rrusleadlng Influences Take all "inside mformatlon" and "sure tiPS" With the proverbial grain of salt , back those you know to be have requested that Ply husband s rema1ns tunely and well thought out be sent home and had a fun era 1 LEO n So please keep tell1no lt llke lt lS, (Jwy 24 to Aug 23) YOU BORN TODAY are scholarly and Intellectual In your learrungs, wowd make an outstanding educator, writer or sClentlst You are extremely active, lffiaglnatlve and capable In all that you undertake HIghly Ideallstlc, you abhor Jealousy and pettiness In any form Broad of VISIOn, your ambltlons recognize no hOrizons, but you MUST learn to curb a tendency toward in sIStence on your own way Most times you are right but, nevertheless, others resent It Blrthdate of Edgar Allen Poe, poet, fiction writer, Robert E Lee, US Confederate general, James Watt, Inventor of the stearn engine, Paul Cezanne, renowned French artist Ann Peop 1 e need to hea r 1 t K N F A good spot for your Ve.M K. N F r appne.cwte. yo uJt le.:tten aggressiveness, your ingenUity I. d h and boundless ambltlons Do mone. bean r can c,atj You rna e :t e po-tnt use them for sound purposes 6M be.:tteJt :than I. Thank you on behal6 VIRGO IF\ 06 ali .:thOM you have helped. (Aug 24 to Sept 23) np DEAR READERS I am gOlng to do somethlng today I have never done before --prlnt a report of a telephone call rather than a letter It came from :illllam F Bolqer, Deputy Postmaster General, D C Mr Boloer was dlstressed about the woman ln Santa Rosa, Cal1forn1a, who recelved a letter from her son She had not heard from hlm ln several months Un-fortunately, the lettrr was so badly mangled by the Post Offlce lt was llleqlbleoo the return address was torn off and she was fur10us In the enveloDe was a A good day for finances Outlook especially favorable If you are planrung to launch long range ventures UBRA (Sept 24 to Oct 23) A/ll ill Not a good day for trYing to push pet schemes, for taking the Inltlatlve generally Con centrate on routine actiVities SCORPIO (Oct 24 to Nov 22) Rt,f7i1 Acluevement will be largely up to yourself now You won't DON'T DE A DRIP --SAVE A DROP -conserve \'JATER! form letter of apology from the Postal DepartMent ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ tlr. Soloer suggested that lf other readers a experlence, they should send the envelope to Nell Benson, Chlef Postal Inspector, Ul1lted States Postal Servlce Headquilrters, D. C 20260 They wlll analyze lt ln the lab and perhaps the return address can be obtalned I want to thank Mr Bolger for hlS thlughtful call --and I am pleesed to oass on the lnformatlon DEAR ANN I can't ask anotiler soul about thlS problem, so --llke thousands of others -I'M turnlng to you It's about a glrl I met a few months ago She lS pretty. brlght, Wltty, klnd-hearted and has a terrlflc sense of humor I llke hera lata So What's wrong? Her neck lS always dlrty I've seen her dab perfume behlnd her ears when what she really needs lS a bar of soap and a wash cloth Is there some way I can droo a hlnt? The glrl needs to be told --Tonaue Tled In Clty Ve.cUt /,1. C Unue yotUttonQue and :tell heft T6 the g-t!tl -tc, at, you Mtlj 0 he' U clean up hl'ft ac.:t and no:t ll':t 00ml' o:theJt 6 J:.y w-tn by a nl'ci< Dlscover how to be date balt wlthout hook, llne and slnker. Ann Landers' bOoklet, DATING DO'S AND DON'TS wlll help you be more pOlsed and sure of yourself Send 1n COln alona wlth a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope wlth your rec.1uest to ANN LANDfRS POBox 1400 Elgln, Ill1nols, 60120 COPVf1qht, 1977, Fleld Enterprlses, Inc MOVIES MOVIE TIMES Unless otherwlse speclfled Rlchardson 7 30, YY 7, 9, 12 30 Meck 8 00, Ivev Hall 6 30, 8 30, and Trade wlnds 8 OOPM TONIGHT'S MOVIES RICHARDSON ----TWO MINUTE WARNING MECK ISLAND----HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER YOKWE YUK------HERBIE RIDES AGAIN IVEY HALI.------GIRL FROM PETROVKA TRADEWINDS----LAUGHING POLICEMAN TELEVISION TONIGHT'S TELEVISION SCHEDULE YOKWE YUK -. -----Tonfgnt ShOl'l 'later ':orld Mannl x TEEN CENTER-------Powder Keg Odd Courle Phyll1S OCEAN VIEW--------The Rose Bowl My Favorlte Martlan Sports Legends M1ller Good Tlmes Defenders MECK--------------Barnaby Jones Sanford & Son Cannon R R G PG R ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Did You Know? .. Henry Ford forgot to put a reverse gear ln hlS f1rst autoMob1le --Among the 10l1er-anlmals, lt lS the male and not the female who shows Jealousy PAG[ 5 A New Offensive Punch For China's Armed forces HONG KONG (UPI) --Ch1na's defense establlshment lS llkely to be upgraded conslderably durlng the next few years Mllltary and polltlcal analysts speclallzlng ln Chlnese affalrs belleve one of the "dea 1 s" made dun ng Ch 1 na 's recent polltlcal confrontatlon was to put more emphasls on mllltary development In other words, a blgger defense budget The arMY played a key role In the over throw of rad 1 ca 1 elements, 1 ed by the Wl dOl'I of the late Communlst Party U',alrman Tse-tung. The prlce for this support, the analysts say, lS lncreased mllltary spend109 to brlng Chlna's armed forces more ln llne wlth the Sovlet Unlon, the Unlted States and other advanced mllltary pDwers Modernlzatlon lS the term the Chlnese use. ThlS has been the subject of heated debate for the past 20 years between the mllltary professlonals and those more polltlcally lncllned Defense expendltures once represented as much as 30 percent of Chlna's budaet, accordlnq to Mao But analysts sa1d there was a "rather sharp decll ne" 1 n weapons procurement and other mllltary expendltures between 1971 and 1974 They began rlslng agaln 1n 1975, however, and the trend lS contlnulng The maln alm lS to alve the Chlnese forces more punch Chlna's mll,tary establlshment baslcally lS defenslve Desplte ltS Slze -close to 4,000,000 In the regular forces --lt lacks the SOphlstlcated weaponry to Plake lt a real threat except to weaker borderlng natlOns. In superpower terms, Chlna's nuclear arsenal lS small, but lt lS growlng So lS ltS dellvery capaDlllty The Chlnese have about 60 medlum-range bombers wlth nuclear dellvery capablllty They are also emphaslzlng nuclear-armed mlsslles Mllltary analysts say the Chlnese have a "modest number" of ml ss lles Vil th a range of about 600 mlles and stlll fpwer wlth an lntermedlate range, up to 1,500 mlles, and are some wlth a ranae of up to 3,000 mlles The development emphasls aprears to be on ICBM's (lntercontlnental balllstlc mlsslles ) Even here, the Chlnese are belleved to be thlnklng ln defenslve terms, rather than In offenslve ones Analysts see thelr alm as a llmlted, but effectlve,deterrent force Chlna's maln mllltary force lS a 3 5 mllllon-man ground force of more thJn 200 dlvlslons More than half are flrst-llne lnfantry d1vlslons supported by armored, alrborne and artlllery dlvlslonso Thp dlSposltlon of these forces clearly shows what the Chlnese perCPlve as thelr maln threat About 2/3rds of the lnfantry dlvlslons are posltloned ln north and northeast Chlna, guardlng agalnst Sovlet forces along the world's longest border Fewer than 10 percent of the lnfantry dlvlslons are located ln the area OPPoslte Talwan A Sllghtlv larger percentage lS statloned ln the southwest, near the IndlaBurma border area, accordln9 to mllltary sources The Chlnese alr force and navy have ahout 250,000 men each There lS also a seml-tralned mllltla of around 100,000,000 plus the paramllltary pollce and PubllC Secun tv forces GE.TT/N6 j WHEN 'rQJ s-\OW HIM WHAT lAE FlRST THiN& YoU WITH CLAY LOOK[) LIKE GE.TT/N6

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PAGE 6 Tennis Pro Bernard Gusman Serves Tips To Island Players The Yokwe Yuk Courts have been In constant use Slnce the arrlval of Tennls Pro Bernard Gusman plctured above durIng recent c11nlc demonstrat1ons. About 120 1s1and res1dents have tJrned out for the profess1onal c11nlcs sponsored by the KwaJale1n Tenn1s Club. Bernard arr1ved from Honolulu, where he works wIth Peter Burwash Internat1onal, a group of trave11ng tennIs profess1onals who staff hotels and resorts allover the world and br1ng tennIs to remote areas such as KwaJale1n. Bernard has worked for 10 to 12 hours each day to keep up w1th the demand for hIS c11nlcs and prIvate lessons. He sa1d he d1dn't mInd the long hours because of the fn endl y and enthlJs I as t1 c receptlOn from the tenn1 s players of KwaJ a 1 e1 n. The popularIty of the clln1cs has been due In large measure to the helpful and fr1end1y manner as_well as the skIll that Bernard brIngs from hIS exper1ence as a member of the Hawal1an Jun10r Dav1s CUD Team for thrpp years and three years of teach1ng w1th Peter Burwash InternatIonal. Bernard leaves KwaJaleln reluctantly for a 6 week tour of c11nlcs 1n Tokyo, Hong Kong, SIngapore, Indones1a and Guam. Much of the succesS of these clInIcs 1S due to the hard work of cha1rman, Ralph Bursey and h1s comm1ttee,as well as all the partlc1pants. Pee Wee Soccer In Monday n1ght Pee-Wee Soccer act10n the SUN DEVILS II defeated the LIGHTNING by a score of 2 to O. Sam Sonderman and Glenn Hunter scored a goal ap1ece for the SUN DEVILS II. Soccer Schedule PEE-WEE AND JUNIOR SOCCER WEDNESDAY 5.30 SAINTS vs SUCKERS SATURDAY 1 00 COSMOS SUN DEVILS 2'00 FLYERS vs SAINTS 3.00 CAN DO's vs PANTHERS 4.00 ASTROS vs LIGHTNING Soccer Standings JUNIOR COSMOS SUN DEVILS I SOCCER SUCKEK_ FLYERS SAINTS PEE WEE CAN DO's SUN DEVILS II PANTHERS ASTROS LIGHTNING POINTS 11 8 5 5 1 11 8 8 2 1 Men's Basketball Results The LEFTOVERS moved one step closer to c11nch1nq the Amer1can League tItle last n1ght wner they defeated the SOUL PATROL 54 to 39. Steve Kapulakela was hIgh pOInt man for the LEFTOVERS wIth 17. Carl Berntdson scored 12 p01nts for the SOUL PATROL. In another game played last nIght the SUN DEVILS I squeaked by the KNOCK-3-TIMES by 30 to 29. Les Holman had 8 p01nts for the wInners and James Loeak scored 11 pOInts for the K-3-T. Russ Dempsey scored 15 pOInts for CHICArrl to lead tr 1 to a W1n over the STP 52 to 40. c-II Bastlanelll scored 18 pOlnts for thl' los1ng STP. Bowling Locker Rent Due Bow11ng locker rent was due on January I). Come and pay your rent at the KwaJ. BOI'I11 no Lanes. Kwa; Bowling Scores STP 76ers "A" FLIGHT Men HIgh Game 219, by Don Th1msen 2nd HIgh Game 212, by Bob Sus1ch H1gh SerIes 568, by Don Th1msen 2nd H1gh Game 531, by Jerry Kaczorowsk1 Women HIgh Game 165, by LaurIe Pachllls 2nd H1gh Game 158, by LaurIe Pach111s HIgh SerIes 452, by Laur1e Pachl11s 2nd H1gh Ser1es 416, Betty Beck Kt1R MI XED Hlgh Game 204, Jeff Herrell 2nd HIgh Game 190, by John Reckner H1gh SerIes 529, by John Reckner 2nd H1gh SerIes 528, by Jeff Herrell Women H1gh Game 184, by Sue Holman 2nd HIgh Game 176, by Pat P11cher H1gh SerIes 454, by Sue Holman 2nd HIgh Ser1es 536, by Janlne Cox RADICAL ROLLERS fln1shed f1rst 1n the league, Tennis News Bernard Gusman WIll put on a Doubles Exh1blt Match WIth Sam Bast1ane1l1, Bob SItterly and Don Th1msen thIS even1ng at the Yokwe Yuk Courts. All lsland reSIdents are 1nv1ted to watch the act1vlt1es at 9 30 p.m. Basketball Schedule TONIGHT 6:15 KNOCK-3-TIMES vs KWAJ KATS 7'30 ROI TROTTERS vs RAINBOWS 8'30 SUN DEVILS I vs SUN DEVILS II WEDNESDAY 6:15 POI POUNDERS vs STP 7:30 SOUL PATROL vs CHICAGO c:30 LEFTOVERS vs SPARTANS THURSDAY 6:15 LEFTOUTS vs RAINBOWS 7.30 ROI TROTTERS vs KWAJ KATS 8:30 SUN DFVILS II vs KNOCK-3-TIMES Twilight Golf League GaiT League managers. A meet1ng w111 be held at the Spec1al Ser V1ces off1ce at 5 15pm, tomorrow. Please turn In your rosters at that tIme. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1977 Sumo Tournament TOKYO (UPI) --Yokozuna Kltanouml easIly won hIS 10th consecutIve bout agaInst no defeats In the New Years Grand Sumo Tournament today. He retaIned hIs undefected record by drIvIng No.3 Maegashlra KlrlnJu out of the rIng on hIs second charge. The defeat dropped KlrlnJu's record to 3 -7 for the tournament. It was the 20th wIn In a row over two for the powerful Kltanouwl. TIny Komusubl Washu.Yama defeated HawaIIan wrestler Jesse Kuhaulua (Komusubl Takamlyama) by sIdesteppIng Jesse's charge. Jesse was carrIed out of the rIng by hIs own momentum. AP Sports In Brie' Football -The AmerIcan Conference con tInued ItS domInance In pro football as the NFL season came to a close last nlrht. WInners of fIve straIght Bowls, the AFC posted a 24-14 vIctory over the NFC to take a 4-3 edge In thelr seven-year serIes. Clnclnnatl's Kenny Anderson passed for two touchdowns and Plttsburgh's Mel Blount plcked off two JIm Hart passes to spark the AFC. A Pro Bowl-record seven passes were plcked off by enemy defenders. Baseball Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner appears before baseball commlSSloner Bowle Kuhn today to flnd out exactly what hls one year suspenslon means. Kuhn suspended Turner for vlolatlng the rules of the free agent draft. GeorgIa Governor George Busbee and Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson are pleadIng wlth Kuhn to let Turner off the hook easlly. Hockey -The Montreal Canadlens have beaten every team but one In the NHL thIs season. The lone exceptlon--the Boston Bru1ns--upped theIr record to 3-0 over m1ghty Montreal vnth a 7-3 v1ctory last nlght. Peter McNab scored two goals and ass1sted on another to help the BrUIns clImb back Into a t1e for fIrst place w1th Buffalo In the Adams D1vlslon. AfRS AFRS AM RadIO WIll be off the aIr on Wed. and Thurs. The AFRS AM antenna IS scheduled to receIve a new coat of paInt durIng the next two days. The AM statlon WIll be off the aIr from 7.30am to 4:30pm durIng th1s penod. The Ar1 programs w1ll be broadcast over AFRS FM. You'll hear news, All ThIngs Cons1dered, Roger Carroll, and Char11e Tuna over the FM band. MUSIC at other tImes dur lng th1s penod WIll be the standard Ft1 van ety. The PresIdentIal InauguratIon WIll be broadcast over AFRS on Thursday mornIng by delayed tape. The broadcast WIll start at 6am and contInue unt11 approx1mately 7 45am. NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION Ph11adelph1a New York Kn1cks Boston Buffalo New York Nets CENTRAL Houston Cleveland Wash1ngton San AntonlO New Orleans Atlanta WESTERN MIDWEST DIVISION Denver Detrol t Ind1ana Kansas C1ty ChIcago PACIFIC DIVISION Portland Los Ange 1 es Seattl e Golden State PhoenIX W L 25 15 20 20 20 20 16 26 12 28 22 17 23 18 21 19 21 21 19 23 16 29 CONFERENCE 29 12 24 18 21 22 20 2? 17 23 29 15 26 15 24 20 21 19 17 22 Pct. GB .625 .5110 5 .500 5 .381 10 .300 13 .564 .561 .525 llz .500 2lz .452 4lz .356 9 .707 .571 5lz .488 9 .476 9lz .425 lllz .659 .634 llz .545 5 .525 6 .426 9lz

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18, 1977 ANN LANDERS DEAR ANN LANDERS Our San AntonlO press prlnted letter crltlcal of you for suooestlno counsellnq to a 17-year-old olrl who refused to her best fn end's funera 1 You reo 11 ed, "A funera 1 provldes proof that the deceased lS gone It helps the bereaved to overcome denlal mechanlsms 'I Your Individual Horoscope ==== frances Drake FOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1977 What kmd of day Will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast gIven for your bll"th Sign have too much planetary help, but YOU can light the fll"es of enthusIasm and good WIll SAGITTARIUS ){', (Nov 23 to Dec 21) You are dead noht, Ann Don't let ARIES anyone chanae your ml nd I 1 earned the (Mar 21 to Apr 20) Talk over controversial Issues In a bUSinesslike, objective fasmon, not penruttlng per sonalities to enter the fray Pay no attentIOn to those who dissent on "general principle" 1 esson froJ1l b 1 tter expen ence My husband A day of surprISes' Not only will someone YOJ've helped In \,Ias declared mlsslng ln actlOn ln France the past return the favor but an on June 10, 1944 In January, 1945, he added bonus WIll delight you CAPRICORN ,\I'f was declared dead after hlS crashed plane TAURUS was found (Apr 21 to May 21) (Dec 22 to Jan 20) 'ItJ \'of I refused to bell eve 1 t MaVlkl sh neviS Accent IS on family relat.lonshlps now In fact a ltems about lost flyers belng found allve parentorseruorrelatlvecould You won't find any hldrng place for your problems, so you nught Just as well face up to them and work them out But do so In a relaxed manner and With no allXlety 1 n unexpected places kept my hopes all Vf: give you some mghly welcome Flnally I was forced to make the declsion encouragement, perhaps even and I requested that my husband be buned finanCial help ln France. A flag came horne AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19) A 1 mas t 20 yea rs 1 a ter I took my son to One of those days In which France to V1Slt hlS father's grave \Ihen yourrnnatedirectnesswlllnot the klndly custodlan asked us whose qrave entirely payoff If you need a we had corne to see my throat closed I favor, use a subtle and couldn't or eat for 48 hours I lmagrnatlveapproach You may be up against some unusual competitIOn In your field, so keep your eye on the ball With your fine intellIgence, you should find ways to outrun the best CANCER qneved as lf my husband had Just dled. (June 22 to July 23) Even now, as I wnte these words I can It may not be easy to apfeel my throat tlghten I reallze I suf-preclate all suggestions and fered all that agony because I had never directives but, With all your PISCES )(tVY (Feb 20 to Mar 20) Wl tnessed the fl na 1 farewell I should strength and self-confidence, , back those you know to be Some nusleadrng Influences Take all "inside informatIOn" and "sure tips" With the proverbial grain of salt have requested that rny husband 5 remalns t.lmely and well thought out be sent home and had a fun era 1 LEO n .riD YOU BORN TODAY are scholarly and Intellectual In your learrungs, would make an outstandrng educator, writer or SCientISt You are extremely actlve, lm8glnatlve and capable In all that you undertake Highly IdealistiC, you abhor Jealousy and pett.lness In any form Broad of VISIOn, your ambltlons recognIze no hOrizons, but you MUST learn to curb a tendency toward in sIStence on your own way Most times you are right but, nevertheless, others resent It Bll"thdate of Edgar Allen Poe, poet. fIctIon writer, Robert E Lee, US Confederate general, James Watt, Inventor of the steam engine, Paul Cezanne, renowned French artist So please keel' telllno lt llke lt 15, (July 24 to Aug 23) Ann Peorl e need to hea r 1 t K N. F A good spot for your DeM K. N. F I appftec.w.te yo U!t lett eft aggressiveness, your ingenUIty hand boundless ambitions Do mofte than I caYl -6ay. You made t e po.<-nt use them for sound purposes OM belief!. thaYl I. Thanh you on beha.t6 VIRGO V\ 06 ali thO-6 e you have helped. (Aug 24 to Sept 23) np DEAR READERS I am qOlng to do somethlng today I have never done before --prlnt a report of a telephone call rather than a letter. It came frorn :illllam F Bolger, Deputy Postmaster General, D C Mr Bolqer was dlstressed about the woman ln Santa Rosa, Callfornla, who recelved a letter from her son She had not heard from hlm ln several months Un-fortunately, the letter was so badly rnangled by the Post Offlce lt was llleqlbleoo the return address was torn off and she was furlous In the envelooe was a A good day for finances Outlook espeCially favorable If you are planrung to launch long range ventures UBRA (Sept 24 to Oct 23) A/Il ill Not a good day for trymg to push pet schemes, for taking the Inlt.latlve generally Con centrate on rout.lne activIties SCORPIO ( Oct 24 to Nov 22) rn...1"1It Acmevement will be largely up to yourself now You won't DON'T DE A DRIP --SAVE DROP -conserve \'JATER I form letter of aroloqy from the Postal DepartMent ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mr Bolqer suqqested that lf other readers ha0e a experlence, they should send the to Nell Benson, Chlef Postal Inspector, Unlted States Postal Servlce Headquilrters, WaShlnqton, D. C. 20260. They wlll analyze lt In the lab and perhaps the return address can be obtalned I want to thank Mr Bolger for hlS thluqhtful call --and I am plecsed to pass on the lnformatlon DEAR ANN I can't ask another soul about thlS problem, so --llke thousands of others -I'm turnlng to you It's about a glrl I met a few months ago She lS pretty. brlght, Wltty, klnd-hearted and has a terrlflc sense of humor I llke her a loto So what's wronq? Her neck 15 always dlrty I've seen her dab perfume behlnd her ears when what she really needs 15 a bar of soap and a wash cloth Is there some way I can droa a hlnt? The glrl needs to be told --Tonaue Tled ln Clty V2.ClJ[ M. C (/n ur YOM tonaue and tet. heft 16 the as a-6 you Utlj he'.tf. c.lean up hVL act and not t!2/ -6ome otheJt 6 Uiy W.<-11 by a neciz. Dlscover how to be date balt wlthout falllnq hook, llne and slnker. Ann Landers' booklet, DATING DO'S AND DON'TS wlll help you be more cornposed, pOlsed and sure of yourself Send ln COln alonq wlth a long, stamred, self-addressed envelope wlth your request to ANN LANDERS POBox 1400 E191n, Illlnols, 60120 copyrlqht, 1977, Fleld Enterprlses, Inc MOVIES MOVIE TIMES Unless otherWlse speclfled Rlchardson 7 30, YY 7, 9, 12 30, Meck 800, Ivev Hall 6 30, 8 30, and Trade wlnds 8 OOPM TONIGHT'S MOVIES RI CHA,RDSON ---tlINUTE WARNING MECK ISLAND----HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER. YOKWE YUK------HERBIE RIDES AGAIN IVEY FROM PETROVKA TRADEWINDS-----LAUGHING POLICEMAN TELEVISION TONIGHT'S TELEVISION SCHEDULE YOKWE YUK -. ------Ionrgnt Shovl 'later "orld ManDl x TEEN CENTER-------Powder Keq Odd Coullle Phyllls OCEAN VIEW--------The Rose Bowl Favorl te Martl an Sports Legends Mlll er Good Tlmes Defenders MECK--------------Barnaby Jones Sanford & Son Cannon R R G PG R ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Did You Know? .. Henry Ford forgot to put a reverse gear ln hlS flrst automoblle --Among the 10\Ier anlrlals, lt 15 the male and not the female who shows Jealousy PAG[ 5 A New Offensive Punch for China's Armed forces HONG KONG (UPI) -Chlna's defense establlshment 15 llkely to be upgraded conslderably durlng the next few years Mllltary and polltlcal analysts speclallzlng ln Chlnese affalrs belleve one of the "deals" made dunng Chlna's recent polltlcal confrontatlon was to put more emphasls on mllltary development In other words, a blgger defense budget The arny played a key role ln the over throw of radlcal elements, led by the wldow of the late Communlst Party Cralrman Mao Tse-tung. The prlce for this support, the analysts say, 15 lncreased mllltary spend lng to brlng Chlna's armed forces more ln llne wlth the Sovlet Unlon, the Unlted States and other advanced mllltary pDwers Modernlzatlon 15 the term the Chlnese use. ThlS has been the subject of heated debate for the past 20 years between the mllltary professlonals and those more polltlcally lncllned Defense expendltures once represented as much as 30 percent of Chlna's budaet, acCOrdlnq to Mao. But analysts sald there was a "rather sharp decllne" ln weapons procurement and other mllltary exrendltures between 1971 and 1974 They began rlslng agaln 1n 1975, however, and the trend lS contlnulng The maln alm lS to alve the Chlnese forces more offenolve runch. Chlna's mllltary establlshment baslCally lS defenslve Desplte ltS Slze --close to 4,000,000 In the regular forces --lt lacks the SOphlstlcated weaponry to make lt a real threat except to weaker borderlng na t lOns In superpower terms, Chlna's nuclear arsenal lS small, but lt 15 gro\,llng So 15 ltS dellvery capablllty The Chlnese have about 60 medlum-range bombers wlth nuclear dellvery capablllty They are also emphaslzlng nuclear-armed mlsslles Mllltary analysts say the Chlnese have a "modest number" of 1ll1ss1les vJ1th a ranqe of about 600 mlles and stlll ff'wer Wl th an lntermedlate ranqe, up to 1,500 1ll1les, and t1erp are some \'Ilth a ranae of up to 3,000 1ll1les The development emphasls apnears to be on ICBM's (lntercontlnental balllstlc mlsslles ) Even here, the Chlnese are belleved to be thlnklng ln defenslve terms, rather than ln offenslve ones Analysts see thelr alm as a llmlted, but effectlve,deterrent force Chlna's maln mllltary force 15 a 3 5 mllllon-man ground force of more than 200 dlvlslons More than half are flrst-llne lnfantry dlvlslons supported by armored, alrborne and artlllery dlvlslonso Thp dlSposltlon of these forces clearly shows what the Chlnese percelve as thelr maln threat About 2/3rds of the lnfantry dlvlslons are posltloned ln north and northeast Chlna, guardlng agalnst Sovlet forces along the world's longest border Fewer than 10 percent of the lnfantry dlvlslons are located ln the area OpPoslte Talwan A Sllghtlv larqer percentage 15 statloned ln the southwest, near the IndlaBurma border area, accordlng to mllltary sources The Chlnese alr force and navy have about 250,000 men each There 15 also a seml-tralned mllltla of around 100,000,000 plus the paramllltary pollce and PubllC Secun tv forces j WHEN 'rOJ HIM Wf-IAT mE FlR':'T THlN& YoU MArJE WI\H CLAY LOOKED LIKE GE.TTING CI.OSER WHEN YOLl TELL MISTAKES ARE oKAY &cAos '!bo LfARN FROM lHEM ""'8 , •• .. s .... __ ., .. .....-

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PAGE 6 Tennis Pro Bernard Gusman Serves Tips To Island Players The Yokwe Yuk Courts have been In constant use Slnce the arrlval of Tennls Pro Bernard Gusman, Plctured above durlng recent cllnlc demonstratlons. About 120 lsland resldents have turned out for the professlonal cllnlcs sponsored by the KwaJaleln Tennls Club. Bernard arrlved from Honolulu, where he works wlth Peter Burwash Internatlonal, a group of travellng tennlS professlonals who staff hotels and resorts allover the world and brlng tennlS to remote areas such as KwaJaleln. Bernard has worked for 10 to 12 hours each day to keep up wlth the demand for hlS cllnlcs and prlvate lessons. He sald he dldn't mlnd the long hours because of the fn endly and enthus 1 as tl c receptlon from the tenm s players of KwaJ a 1 el n. The popularlty of the cllnlcs has been due In large measure to the helpful and frlendly manner as_well as the Sklll that Bernard brlngs from hlS experlence as a member of the Hawallan Junlor Davls CUD Team for thrpp years and three years of teachlng wlth Peter Burwash Internatlonal. Bernard leaves KwaJaleln reluctantly for a 6 week tour of cllnlcs In Tokyo, Hong Kong, Slngapore, Indonesla and Guam. Much of the success of these cllnlcs lS due to the hard work of chalrman, Ralph Bursey and hlS commlttee,as well as all the partlclpants. Pee Wee Soccer In Monday nlght Pee-Wee Soccer actlon the S8N DEVILS II defeated the LIGHTNING by a score of 2 to O. Sam Sonderman and Glenn Hunter scored a goal aplece for the SUN DEVILS I I. Soccer Schedule PEE-WEE AND JUNIOR SOCCER WEDNESDAY 5:30 SAINTS vs SUCKERS SATURDAY 1:00 COSMOS SUN DEVILS 2 00 FLYERS vs SAINTS 3 CAN DO's vs PANTHERS 4.00 ASTROS vs LIGHTNING Soccer Standings JUNIOR COSMOS SUN DEVILS I SOCCER SUCKER.. FLYERS SAINTS PEE WEE CAN DO's SUN DEVILS II PANTHERS ASTROS LIGHTNING POINTS 11 8 5 5 1 11 8 8 2 1 Men's Baslretball Results The LEFTOVERS moved one step closer to cllnchlnq the Amerlcan League tltle last nlght wner they defeated the SOUL PATROL 54 to 39. Steve Kapulakela was h1gh pOlnt man for the LEFTOVERS wlth 17. Carl Berntdson scored 12 pOlnts for the SOUL PATROL. In another game played last nlght the SUN DEVILS I squeaked by the KNOCK-3-TIMES by 30 to 29. Les Holman had 8 pOlnts for the Wlnners and James Loeak scored 11 pOlnts for the K-3-T. Russ Dempsey scored 15 pOlnts for CHICAro to lead th 1 to a Wln over the STP 52 to 40. c .. 1 Bast1anelll scored 18 pOlnts for th., loslng STP. Locker Rent Due Bowllng locker rent was due on January 10. Come and pay your rent at the KwaJ. BOI'illnq Lanes. Kwa; Bowling Scores STP 76ers "A" FLIGHT Men Hlgh Game 219, by Don Thlmsen 2nd Hlgh Game 212, by Bob Suslch H1gh Ser1es 568, by Don Th1msen 2nd Hlgh Game 531, by Jerry Kaczorowskl Women Hlgh Game 165, by Laurle Pachllls 2nd Hlgh Game 158, by Laur1e Pach1lls Hlgh Serles 452, by Laur1e Pachllls 2nd Hlgh Ser1es 416, Betty Beck Kt1R MIXED Hlgh Game 204, Jeff Herrell 2nd Hlgh Game 190, by John Reckner H1gh Ser1es 529, by John Reckner 2nd Hlgh Serles 528, by Jeff Herrell Women 184, by Sue Holman 2nd Hlgh Game 176, by Pat P1lcher Hlgh Serles 454, by Sue Holman 2nd Hlgh Serles 536, by Janlne Cox RADICAL ROLLERS fln1shed f1rst In the leagueo Tennis News Bernard Gusman wlll put on a Doubles Exhlb1t Match wlth Sam Bastlane111, Bob Sltterly and Don Thlmsen th1S evenlng at the Yokwe Yuk Courts. All lsland resldents are lnvlted to watch the actlvlt1es at 9 p.m. Basketball Schedule TONIGHT 6:15 KNOCK-3-TIMES vs KWAJ KATS 7:30 ROI TROTTERS vs RAINBOWS 8 30 SUN DEVILS I vs SUN DEVILS II WEDNESDAY 6:15 POI POUNDERS vs STP 7:30 SOUL PATROL vs CHICAGO c.30 LEFTOVERS vs SPARTANS THURSDAY 6:15 LEFTOUTS vs RAINBOWS 7:30 ROI TROTTERS vs KWAJ KATS 8:30 SUN nFVILS II vs KNOCK-3-TIMES Twilight Golf League GOIT League managers. A meetlng wlll be held at the Spec1al Ser Vlces offlce at 5_15pmo tomorrow. Please turn 1n your rosters at that tlme. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18,1977 Sumo Tournament TOKYO (UPI) --Yokozuna Kltanouml easlly won hlS lOth consecutlve bout agalnst nO defeats In the New Years Grand Sumo Tournament today. He retalned hlS undeferted record by drlv lng No.3 Maegashlra KlrlnJu out of the rlng on hlS second charge. The defeat dropped KlrlnJu's record to 3 -7 for the tournament. It was the 20th Wln In a row over two for the powerful Kltanouwl. Tlny Komusubl Washuyama defeated Hawallan wrestler Jesse Kuhaulua (Komusubl Takamlvama) by sldestepplng Jesse's charge. Jesse was carrled out of the rlng by hlS own momentum. AP Sports In Brief Football -The Amerlcan Conference con tlnued ltS domlnance In pro football as the NFL season came to a close last nlrht. Wlnners of flve stralght Super Bowls, the AFC posted a 24-14 vlctory over the NFC to take a 4-3 edge In thelr seven-year serles. Clnclnnatl's Kenny Anderson passed for two touchdowns and Plttsburgh's Mel Blount plcked off two Jlm Hart passes to spark the AFC. A Pro Bowl-record seven passes were plcked off by enemy defenders. Baseball Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner appears before baseball commlSSloner Bowle Kuhn today to flnd out exactly what hlS one year suspenslon means. Kuhn suspended Turner for vlolatlng the rules of the free agent draft. Georgla Governor George Busbee and Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson are pleadlng wlth Kuhn to let Turner off the hook easlly. Hockey -The Montreal Canadlens have beaten every team but one In the NHL thlS season. The lone exceptlon--the Boston Brulns--upped thelr record to 3-0 over mlghty Montreal wlth a 7-3 vlctory last nlght. Peter McNab scored two goals and asslsted on another to help the Brulns cllmb back lnto a t1e for f1rst place w1th Buffalo In the Adams Dlvlslon. AfRS AFRS AM Radlo wlll be off the alr on Wed. and Thurs. The AFRS AM antenna lS scheduled to recelve a new coat of palnt durlng the next two days. The AM statlon wlll be off the alr from 7:30am to 4pm durlng thlS perl od. The At1 programs w1ll be b road cas t over AFRS FM. You'll hear news, All Thlngs Consldered, Roger Carroll, and Charl1e Tuna over the FM band. MUS1C at other tlmes dur lng thlS perlod wlll be the standard van ety. The Presldent1al Inauguratlon w1ll be broadcast over AFRS on Thursday mornlng by delayed tape. The broadcast wlll start at 6am and contlnue untll approxlmately 7 45am. NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION Phlladelph1a New York Knlcks Boston Buffalo New York Nets CENTRAL DIVISIorJ Houston Cleveland Wash1ngton San AntonlO New Orleans Atlanta W 25 20 20 16 12 22 23 21 21 19 16 L 15 20 20 26 28 17 18 19 21 23 29 WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION Denver 29 12 Det rOl t 24 18 Indlana 21 22 Kansas Cl ty 20 2? Chlcago 17 23 PACIFIC DIVISION Portland 29 15 Los Angeles 26 15 Seattle 24 20 Golden State 21 19 Phoenlx 17 22 Pct. GB .625 .5110 5 .500 5 .381 10 .300 13 .564 .561 .525 1>;; .500 2>;; .452 .356 9 .707 .571 5>;; .488 9 .476 .425 11>;; .659 .634 1>;; .545 5 .525 6 .426

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PAGE 8 fOR SALE NIKKOR AUTO LENS, new, never-used (bought wrong lens). Nlkon 35mm F2 lens. $123 90. Call 84386. TAPE DECK, Akal X-lOOD Crossfle1d 7 lnch ster-eo ree1-to-ree1 tape deck. Some extras. $100. See at Sands 307 after 6pm. HALF IrJTEREST IN 22 FOOT DEEP V-BOAT, flberglass, equlpped wlth cuddy cabln, wl11 sleep 2. New 200 h.p. motor, tral1er, new steerlng controls, gauges 30 gal. glass rectangular aquanum, almost new. Includes 3 heavy duty power fl1 ters, 2 al r pumps, heater and mlSC. equlpment $100 Also 1 p1exlg1ass coffee table wlth SOlld glass top Has been used as an aquan um. approx. 40 gal., but may be used as a $50 Phone 84213 durlng the day or 77223 durlng the evenlng. GOLF CLUBS 1 nc1 woods 1,3,4, and 5, 1 rons 2 thru 9, plus pltchlng wedge and putter; golf bag and cart. $100. Call 82185 between 7am and 5pm and ask for Bob f 35 MINOLTA LENS, 200mm (Bayonet Mount), plus two fllters (UV and po1anzlng). Call to make offer. LOST GREEN CHECKBOOK wlth 10 and credlt cards. If found please contact Mr. Taylor at the KwaJa1eln Hosplta1 83522. WATCH, Lady's gold Haml1ton e1ectrlc. If found please call 81421 or 82530 KITTEN, black and whlte, very pretty, half grown, I'll th bushy tall and perpetual purr, m1sslng from Tr 770 Slnce Tuesday. Please ca 11 83724 fOUND TOY GUN Ca 11 and 1 dentl fy 82730 WANTED BUY, SELL, OR TRADE COINS Please call 82746 after 5plil. PORTABLE TRArlSOCEArn C RAD IO Wl th shortwa ve, Also Sony portable ste-reocassett player/re-corder Wl th detachable speakers. Phone 84213 durlng the day, or 77223 dunng evemng. 3 WHEEL BICYCLE Call 84579 PIANO to buy, borrow or steal for musical rehearsal I Call Alan Kessler 82435 or Kay Scott 82482. MEN'S BIKE 5 or more speeds. Phone 83633 or 81549 BOWLING BALL 16 1bs. Call 77409. GOLF CART good condltlon -reasonable p rl ce. Ca 11 82266 ON OR BEFORE MARCH 3 condl tl oners, 3 bl kes, or k 1 t te n . Ca 11 82567 dun ng workl ng hours. 01 shvlasher, 2 al r ba rbecue and puppy after 5pm or 83210 CAMPBELL SOUP CANS wlth the labels on, used candles, and tuna cans for the Coral Open Golf Tournament. If you have any, please brlng to Tr. 841 or call 84541 to have them plcked up. GIVE-AWAY KWAJ SENIOR CITIZEN CAT, ex-female. Plays well wlth children. Black and whlte. Comes with food bowl. Call 83760 after 4:30pm. ,SERVICES OffERED JAPANESE NEEDLE PUNCH CLASS (Tokyo Bunka Embrolderv) lS offered to those lnterested lndlv1dua1s. ThlS lS a 10-hour course in lncrements of two hours per class seSSlon. One class lS 11mlted from four to SlX students to achleve thorough lnstructlons. ThlS umque and beautlfu1 art lS perfect for and decoratlve purposes. See to appreclate the flmshed products at Qtrc;. 415-A, Taro Street, or call Mrs. Florence C. Belarmlno, 82563 for class schedules and other partlculars. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS TOPS (fake Off Pounds Senslb1y) wl11 meet \Jednesday evenlng at 7pm ln the Glr1 Scout Hut bphlnd Surfway. Anyone vilth a Ilelght problem lS lnvlted to attend. NEW HOUSE FOR LEASE, ln Huntsvllle, aval1-able flrst of March, 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath, 11vlng room, den wlth flreplace, kltchen, breakfast nook, lnS1de laundry, double garage, KwaJ-type patlO, and a beautlfu1 mountaln Vlel'l. 2200 sq. feet ln all. Call 82567 after KWAJALEIN SHRINE CLUe wl11 hold ltS month ly buslness meetlng 1n the Banyan Room of the Yokwe Yuk Club on Thursday, Janu ary 20 at 7pm. All Shnners, \Ihether members or not, are 1 nV1 ted to attend EPISCOPAL SERVICES Fr. Zmmerman, the Eplscopa1 prlest, w111 be arr1V1no on KwaJa1el n Wednesday, January 19, and stay-lng from 11ednesday to Frlday. Th1S month Ho ly Cun rlUm on Se rV1 ce 11111 be he 1 d 1 n the small chapel at 7 OOpm Thursrlay, January 20. The Pansh Soc1a1 1/111 be at the Barnett's home, Qtrs 469-B, lmmedlate1y fo 11 01'11 ng the on SerV1 ce. The Eplscopa1 l>Jomen of K\laJa1e1n, I'll" be hav1ng a Prayer Breakfast on Thurs day, Jaruary 20, at 8 30al" 1n the home of Ju1la Fnend, Qtrs 457-8. If you can attend, please contact Ju11a at 82161 All resldents are cord1ally 1nvlted to attend any of these actlvltles. If you would 11ke to have your name lnc1uded on the Church of the AscenslOn ma111ng 11St, or lf you would llke further lnfJrmat10n about lts actlv-1 tles, please contact Cpt. Carl Jensen at 83495 after 5pm or Chns t1elf1 at 84473 anytme. FANTASTICKS The productlon staff of the Fantastl cks \'Iou1d 11 ke to announce the results of the KCT tryouts 1 ast week The cast as selected lS as follows Matt: R1Ck Foote LOLllo a' !t!endy V10 lfe El Gallo' Rob Scott Mute Rleneke Zessou1es Huck1ebee' Mi'lX Be 11 omy . t1aJ. Ron Ba rne tt MortlrEr' Dr. Tom Johns Henry' Alan Kessler KWAJALE INS CHOOL BOARD I'll" ho 1 d 1 ts req u1ar monthly meetlng tonlght at 7 30pm ln the George Seltz Elementary School Llbrary. School Board Meetlngs are open meetlngs. Any parent who wlshes to address the Board lS requested to contact Dr. Rod Stepleton, Superlntendent of Schools, telephone 83761, so that the subject may be placed on the agenda. Agenda ltems lilclude Secondary Art Currlcu1um Capsule, Staff In-servlce Prog ress Report, 1977-78 School Calendar Adoptlon, Report of the NCA Vlsltatlon Team and Prlnclpa1's Reports. NIKE FLYING CLUB 1'1111 meet Thursday, JanLlary 20 at 7'30pm ln ROOM 101, KwaJ-a1eln Hlgh School. Fo1lowlng the buslness meetlng, two FAA f11ms \/111 be ShOl'Jn. Meet1ng wlll also feature D1Ck Maple's personal expenence Illth dltchlng a Cessna 150 off Oah u. REGISTRATION FOR NON-CREDIT COURSES 1'1111 take place thlS entlre l'ieek at the Adult Educatlon Center. One check or Money order for EACH class (lncludlng textbook and/or supply cost, unless stated as optlona1) should be made payable to Adult Educatlon Fund. Cash payments must be for the exact amount for each class. rteOlS tratlon lS on a flrst-come bas1s. Hours T,W,F 8:30-11 '30 Thurs. 3-7pm, Mon. Closed. DUPLICATE BRIDGE \'illl be played ln the t1anyan Room of the YY C1uh IJednesday mght at 7 00: PROTESTANT WOMEN'S CHAPEL FELLOWSHIP Executlve Board wl11 meet tonlght at 7' 30pm at Jane Grogan's, Qt rs. 467-A. CATHOLIC WOMEN'S CLUB Executlve Board \,1111 meet Thursday, January 20 at 7:30pm at Eleanor Vlttu10's. Tr. 617. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1977 f"-'-'-'-_J ____ I ' ._ ..... ,. .. I -, The HovrGlass " pvb/"hed by Global ASSOCIates Monday I i through Friday at the dlr.chon of 'he Commander, Kwololeln , MISSIle Range, Marshall Islands, under contract DASG I 60-75-C-0001 The views and opinIons expr.1Ied In 'he i newspaper are not neceua"ly those 01 the Deparlment of th. I Army ThIS newspaper, on publ,catIon authOrized I vnder the prov'Slons 01 contract DASG60-75-C-0001, I IS reproduced by olfse' printing I I CommunICations should be addressed to the HourGlass, Bo. 1733, APO, San FrancISCo, Cal"orn,a 96555, or by call,ng 8-2114 t Moterlols appearing ,n the HourGlass may not bel reprinted WIthout 'he approval of the Commande" KwoloI.,n t , I MlSs"e Range JIM WATT, Ed,tor, PAT CATALDO, ASSOCIate Ed,tor, I BONNIE JENSEN and SHARON BECHTOLD, Oll"e Stall I I --,--,-,--,---,,----------,-, ARRIVAL OF ORTHODONTIST Dr Robert C Orthodontlst, 1'1111 arrlve on aleln on Fnday, January 21, andwlll de-part on t10nday, January 24 Patlents wlll be seen on Frlday afternoon and on Saturday and Sunday. Please call the Dental C1lnlC, 82165, for appolntments. A fee lS charged for consu1tatlon or examlnatlon. VET ARRIVAL Dr. N.E. Palumbo, Vetennary Surgeon from the Umverslty of Hawall, \'1111 be arnvlng on KI/aJa1eln Fnday, January 21 to conduct a pet sten1lZatlon program and small anlmal c11nlc Any pet owner who has not a1 ready called 82163 for an appol ntment reservatlon 1 surged to so at once As a remlnder, KMR Regu1atlOn 190-14 reqUl res all female dogs and cats over four months of aqe to be spayed at the O\-mer's expense' YOKIJE YUK S CLUB 1 uncheon 1'1111 be Thursday, January 20 ln the Banyan Room. Socla1 at 12 00 noon i'lrd luncheon beglns at 12 lS Crab LOU1S at $3.75 per person. Paulette Schv/artz and Deanna Hallklns 1'/111 present "Don't Say Yes vlhen You Want To Say No," an lntrocluctlon to assert1veness tralnlng Reservatlons and cance11atlons must be made by noon Wednes day, January 19. Call Chns Hunter 83597, Edna Hatchell 82785, or Jean Martln 82241 KWAJALEIN TENNIS CLUB wl11 sponsor a tenm s tnp to Majuro on March 25th, returmng March 29th For reservatlons, on a flrstcome, flrst-served basls, call Judy Kess 1er at 82435. MECK Rf HAZARD AREA Test operatlons began on Meek Island at 2100 hours 30 Nov. 1976. In connectlon wlth thlS operatlon, a hazard area eXlsts ln the ocean and on Island the aZlmuths of 3300 true and 900 true. The nazard area extends out from Meek Island for a dlstance of 3600 feet (1095 meters). All personnel and craft must stay out of the above hazard area for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, untl1 furthe r notl ce. I e MEC1 15L!\r-..f) 330 HAIARO AP."-A 996 goOD 00 42'30 --L..!!;:-;______ '" ________ 9_% __ 5J, JI7