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A ISeabee queen candidates, from tAReft clockwise are: Mrs. Judy Toutant, Mrs. Pam Hatfield and Mrs. Rosita Carroll.
Mrs. Toutant is the wife of UT2
Toutant. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa. and graduated from Cardinal Dougherty High School. She and her husband are awaiting the arrival of their first child due the end of March. Her hobbies are ceramics, needle point, bowling, swimming and snorkling. Presently, she works at the PWD Telephone Exchange as a base operator

as a base operator.
Mrs. Pam Hatfield, assistant administrative office suzarvisor for PWD, is married to GMGC Jim Hatfield of FTG. She has three children, two sons (one 12 and the other 13) and an eight-year-old daughter. Mrs. Hatfield was born in Latrobe, Pa. and joined the Navy in 1971. Her hobbies include sewing, bowling, cooking and ceramics. Mrs. Rosita Carroll, general yeoman at PWD Admin., was born in Fort Knox, Ky. and was raised in Elizabethtown, Ky. The graduated from Elizabethtown Senior High School in

0She is the rpoud mother of
1ons. Joining the Navy in 1975, Mrs. Carroll was stationed in Norfolkfolk and reported aboard Gitmo April, 1979. Her hobbies are base-


COMPILED (UPI)--Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser today said Austrailia would pull its weight in guarding the Indian Ocean against Soviet aggression.
In Washington, Fraser said U.S. forces could use an Austrailian Naval Base. And he said Austrai!lia would assume a greater role in helping patrol the Indian Ocean.
India has not been so cooperative when Washington talks of sending military aid to Pakistan. U.S. envol Clark Clifford is trying to assure New Delhi that any arms deal with Pakistan would be designed to offset any Soviet threat from Afghanistan. Clifford said he felt American advisers would be sent along with the arms to guarrantee they would not be used against India.
Radio Kabul reports food shortages in Afghanistan. The Soviet-backed regime blames guerrilla raids on supply lines.
The United States today pledged another $3 million in cash and


ball, tennis, bowling and swimming.
All of the queen candidates will be at the Public Works Carnival on Saturday, February 2 at the Midway on Cooper Field. Come on out--meet them and have some fun at the carnival!!!


World News Digest

UPI The Senate may go into a rare secret session today. Virginia Republican John Warner says he plans to call for the closed-door session to hear classified details of manpower shortages in the Armed Services and their impact on military readiness. The Chief of Nayal Operations testified yesterday that shortages of skilled personnel are nearing the point where some ships and aviation units may have to be taken out of service. Both the Army and Air Force are reporting serious manpower problems.
The crises in Iran and Afghanistan have made defense capability a major topic on Capitol Hill. Defense Secretary Harold Brown and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman David Jones were grilled yesterday by the Senate Armed Services Committee. The bottom liTe on their testimony: There's no guarantee the U. S. could beat the Soviet Union in a battle over control of the Persian Gulf region.



UPI -- Officials at Kennedy Airport in New York City say an Aeroflot jet carrying the Soviet Ambassador to the U. S. earlier this month disappeared from a radar screen. They say that's why the plane was order,ed to descend to an altitude already assigned to other aircraft. But
Sthat, the officials don't agree on what happened.
,e Federal Aviation Administration believes the Kennedy system was directly tampered with.
The FBI says the plane's identification signal might have been deliberately knocked off the radar screen, but the computer-run system may have lost the signal by itself.
Several days before the incident, air traffic controllers announced they wouldn't handle Aeroflot craft because of the invasion of Afghanistan, but the FAA says the air controller obeyed a directive to work the flight.



FM-103 sports schedule


Sat - Feb. 2 Sun - Feb. 3


BKB: Duke at Maryland BKB: NBA All-Star Game


Tue - Feb. 5 HKY: NHL All-Star Game


Wed - Feb. 6 Thu - Feb. 7


BKB: Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics


BKB: Minnesota at Purdue


3 P.m. I P.M.


8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.


Fri-Feb. 8 BKB: Cleveland Cavs at Houston Rockets


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$2 million in relief supplies to the U.S. effort to aid refugees from Afghanistan. And estimated .5 million people have fled the country into Pakistan.
Meanwhile, President Carter called reporters into the oval office today while he placed a special phone call to Ottowa.
Carter publicly thanked Prime Minister Joe Clark for Canada's aid in rescuing six Americans from Iran.
The six are in seclusion with their families at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. They plan to meet with reporters tomorrow in Washington.
The governor of Delaware did get to visit the group today. He said they told him they whiled away some of the three months in hiding in the Canadian Embassy in Tehran by playing "The longest game of scrabble in the history of the game."


Friday, February 1, 1980


UPI -- The Coast Guard andUaPprivate oil shipper today disagreed over the cause of a collision Monday night which left six people dead and 17 missing.
At a hearing today, a lookout on the Coast Guard boat said his ship was where it was supposed to be just before it collided with the oil tanker. But the operators of the tanker said the Coast Guard boat was out of position and failed to respond to radio calls and whistles.
Earlier, attorneys for the oil tanker's owners objected to the Coast Guard holding the hearing, saying that the Coast Guard is an interested party in the case.


UPI -- About three percent of the teachers in the Chicago schools
showed up for work today, the fourth day of a walkout started over nonpayment of wages. Now the teachers union president said that delivery of back pay won't hold off a full-scele strike. He says teachers want a partial reversal of the Chicago Board of Education's decision earlier this week to cut more than 1,500 teachers from the payroll. More negotiations with the teachers are scheduled in an effort to get the schools running again.


UPI -- Muhammad Ali is cutting short a tour of India to go on a government mission to Africa.
President Carter has personally asked the former Heavyweight Champ to enlist African support for a proposed boycott of the summer Olympics if Soviet troops are not pulled out of Afghanistan. Ali says - "This is not a publicity stunt.. .we can't keep playing games with Russia."



UPI -- "The sweetest, gentlest, most generous and talented man Ive ever known has left us." So said an emotional Bob Hope last night at the funeral of comedian Jimmy Durante. A stellar group of mourners filled the Church of the Good Shephard in Beverly Hills to pay tribute to the late, great schnozola. Among them, Marlon Brando, Red Bottons, Don Rickles, and Eddie Jackson, Durante' s old vaudeville partner.


UPI -- The Coast Guard is towing a Cuban ship into Miami Beach today. It's reported that passengers apparently bent on seeking asylum in the U. S. hijacked the ship off the Florida Keys yesterday. A Coast Guard spokesman says the passengers will be turned over to Immigration of ficials later today.



BLACK HISTORY MONTH

In February, members of the Navy family will join all Americans in
observing Black History Month. The main theme of this year's observance is awareness and "Heritage for America," with special emphasis for all Americans to become more aware of individual deeds and achievements of Blacks.
It is cordially requested that interested personnel who wish to contribute ideas or suggestions during this month-long observance, to contact P01 Fulton or MCPO Bradford for details. Phone numbers are 8380 or 8275. A planning commettee will be formed which will utilize ideas of personnel providing in-put in developing a base-wide program for observance of Black History Month.
It is requested that commands give wide dissemination of this observance to all personnel in order to make Black History Awareness a reality.


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THE BLUE CARIBE will feature
Total Experience for your enjoyment on Saturday, Feb. 2.

NURSERY SCHOOL TUITIONS for the month of February will be collected Monday, Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and on Tuesday, Feb. 5 from4:30 to 7 p.m. A late fee of $1 will be charged after 7 p.m. Tuesday.

ALL COMO PATRONS are reminded that Sunday's Family Night at the COMO Club will be a real treat. Mama Ellie's special Mexican dinner will include tacos with dip, chili rallenos, enchiladas, Mexican soup. pork chops with rice and sopapillas with honey for dessert. Price for adults is $6. Children under 12 are half price.
DUE TO THE REHAB, the Daycare Center will be unable to provide lunch until further notice. Parents who wish their children to eat lunch at the Daycare Center must provide a bag lunch. Kool-Aid and snacks will still be available, and we have adequate refrigeration for all lunches.

THERE WILL BE A GBOWC Board
Meeting Monday, Feb. 4, 9:30 a.m. in the home of Patti Gibowicz, Deer Point 1105. This will also be a farewell luncheon for board member Betty Bailey.

LIKE TO SEW BUT DON'T HAVE the time to sit down and do it? Well, a few of us would like to start a sewing circle. If interested, please call Pam Lawrence at 97148 AWE or Joy Wetherbee at 90204 AWH.

THE FRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS will be meeting at the FRA hone in Mormn Center on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at
7 p.m.

THERE WILL BE A FRA GENERAL
Assmebly meeting on Monday, Feb. 18 at the FRA Home in MormnCenter at 8 p.m.

CASEWORKERS NEEDED - The Red Cross is in need of volunteer caseworkers to replace those rotating to CONUS. No experience is inecessary and the only prerequis;e is that you have sincere desire to serve your community.
Training classes with subsequent on-the-job training will be conducted. Interested personnel should call 95434 or 8676 DWH for an appointment.

( Guntanm oeGazefte


Captain John H. Fetterman Jr.

Naval Stai.n Commanding Officer

Lt.* Riohard L. Thcapson......Public Affairs Officer En.. Susan Wbru.... * Assistant Public Affairs Officer JOC B ill Reed.. ............................... Editor
.02 Brenda X. Starkey.................... Copy Editor
30553. * ichael Porter ....................Journalist
JOEL Paul 3). Clifton...................... Journaist
- . Canny Knnedy ............... Production Assistant

The Guantanano Gaet te is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspaper as outlined in EAEXCE P-35 and under the direction of the Naval ase Public Affairs Off icer. Printed five tim e ekly at government expense on governent equip-et at the Nvy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions or statemets in naem items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of CC5IXVBASE or the Departmet of the Nvy.


THE BLUE CARIBE will hold Surf and Turf Night on Friday, Feb. 1. The menu will consist of deluxe delmonico steak with lobster, vegetable, baked potato or french fries, rolls with butter, coffee or iced tea and one. glass of chilled selected wine. The cost will be $8.25. The Patio Lounge will feature the exotic pina colada for 60 cents. Graphic Expression will be playing for your dancing and listening pleasure from 8 p.m. until midnight.

DEPENDENTS OF COMO PATRONS are invited to lunch at the COMO Luncheon Bar weekdays between 11 a.m. and I p.m. All dependents under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Parents are reminded that liquor is available to adults during this time period.

COMO PATRONS are encouraged to have reservations for the popular Sunday Family Nights. Reservations will only be held for 15 minutes after the scheduled time unless patrons call to alter their reservation. Patrons are requested to cancel their reservations in advance should they choose not to dine at the Club.

WINDJAMMER PHONE NUMBERS CHANGED The following changes have been made in the Windjammer telephone listings:
Manager's Office 8733 Duty Manager's Office 95504


community






bulletin board


Ccznity announcements may be called in between 8 and 11 a.m., or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p. ., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publiction is noon the previous woking day. Ronafide emergency announcements will be accepted anytime. Comunity announcements will be published not nore than once aeek for a maximum of thre weeks and then rewritten, condensed, and included in a daily caldar section during the week of the event Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements of available services wil1 be permitted but limited to twice monthly.
Announceents for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and ieerite all submiss ions. (AT-Anytime/DWH-During Working Hours/ ANS.Aftet Working Hours).


Today

Pentacostal prayer meeting, Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8 p.m., The Hook (8390/913240)


Tomorrow
Seventh Day Adventist Church meets, McCalla Chapel, 9:30 a.m. (8638 Weir) Roman Catholic Folk mass, 6 p.m., Rite of Reconciliation, 5-5:30 p.m., Base Chapel.

Sunday
Roman Catholic mass, 9:30 a.m.; Rite of Reconciliation, 8:30-9 a~m, Chapel.

Protestant divine services, Leeward Chapel, 9 a.m.; Base Chapel, 11 acm. & 6:30 p~m.

Jamaican United Fellowship of Service divine service, 10 a.m.; evening worship, 6:30 p.m., all at Bay Hill church, Church of Christ Bible study, 9:30 a.m.; morning worship, 10:40 a.m.; evening worship, 6:30 p.m., all at McCala Chapel (951035). Pentacostal Gospel meeting, 8 a.m.; evangelistic meeting, 5 p.m.; Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, McCalla Annex, priesthood at 8:30 a. .; Sunday school, 10 a.m.; sacrement 4:30 p.m. (98127, 95342). Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8 p.m. East Bargo old nursery school bldg. (8390, 913240).

M on da y
Roman Catholic mass, Base Chapel, 11:45 a.m. Drug/Alcohol Education Awareness Workshop, 7-9 p.m. in the Hook.


GOOD NEWS FOR ALL DIVERS! The
Reef Raiders Dive Shack has received and installed the long-awaited new filter system and the shack is once again in full operation. Hours of operation are: weekdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and on weekends and holidays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

EVERYONE IS INVITED to stop by the Navy League/Naval Sea Cadets Bake Sale on Saturday, Feb. 2 in front of the Navy Exchange. Baked items will be sold from 10 a.m. until I p.m. All customers will be eligible to win a beautiful Valentine's Cake. The drawing for the cake will be at 1 p.m. in front of the NEX, the lucky winner must be present to win.

LOS ANGELES Community College is now hiring part time instructors for the upcoming terms. This is a good opportunity to increase your income while gaining teaching experience at the community college level. Anyone interested in teaching English, emergency medical technology, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics, business, real estate, scuba diving, mathematics, broadcasting, or legal assistance, please call Joanne Middlebrooks at 8307. A college degree is not required to teach vocational/technical courses. There are different requirements for each course, so please contact the LACCO office located behind the downtown lyceum for more information.

CERTIFIED EM'S! You are needed to share your valuable training and experience with others in your community. Plenty of Gitmo residents would like to become Certified EMT's also, but we need an instructor. If you are interested in teaching two evenings a week, for eight weeks, making some extra money and sharing your skills with others, please call L.A. Community College at 8307 for more information.

BOAT REMOVAL-ORDNANCE LANDING All private boats presently tied up to Ordnance Landing (Boat Landing 838) must be removed before Friday morning, Feb. Ioc)r will be towed away at owner's expense. This landing will be used for ammunition loading while Pier Delta is under construction.


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Friday, January 1, 1980

THE FIRE DEPARTMENT will commence controlled burning of remote areas of heavy natural cover (brush grass) onFeb. 2.
This action is necessary to
enhance base safety and security. The Fire Department and supporting activities will take every measure possible to minimize any inconvenience to base residents. This operation will continue until further notice.

DO YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY getting your point across in a discussion? trouble talking to a group? The local chapter of Toastmaster's International may be just what you need. Tuesday evening at
7 p.m. they will hold their regular bi monthly dinner meeting in the Harbor Lights lounge of the CPO Club.'If you're interested and would like to attend contact Ace Riviere at 8733 or 95504 during working hours. Come on an join us, you'll enjoy a scru� ptio... dillner followed by enlightening and invigorating talks.


ATTENTION RACQUET CLUB MEMBERS Come to a Wine and Cheese party following the finals on Sunday, Feb. 3. 'Bring your own wine and a cheese hors d' oeuvres to share.

CUB SCOUT PACK 401 is looking for volunteers to help them field day the Cub Scout Hut from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, Feb. 2. Come out and help the Cub Scouts clean their home.

DEN LEADERS MEETING " There will be a Cub Scout Den Leaders meeting in the hime of Linda Nelson on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m.

TREASURE AND TRIVIA WILL BE CLOSED Friday Feb. 1 to prepare for a storewide "Half price Sale"(except GBOWC items) Feb. 2 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

PUBLIC WORKS CARNIVAL--COME ON OUT for some fun and excitement on Saturday, February 2 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the, midway on Cooper Field. There will be games of chance and skill with lots of prizes, food an* refreshments. Clowns and baloons will be on hand especially for the kids. The 1980 Seabee Ball queen candidates will be there. Proceeds will go to the Seabee Ball fund.

EFFECTIVE 1 FEBRUARY 1980, LLADRO figurines and Waterford crystal, available through the Navy Exchange amil order catalog will be increased 15%. Complete details are available at the Main Retail Store.

THE BARREL CLUB HAS RECENTLY BEEN given nermission to survey some tables and chairs from that location. If any organization on the base would be interested in taking these items please contact Ace Riviere 8733 D.W.H. and arrangements will be made for interested parties to view the items. Unless claimed by the 4th of Fe. the items will be disposed of at the town dump on that day.

LEARN HOW TO SAIL. You can still register for beginning sailing with L.A. Community College. This is a one credit course. Tuition will be $45. Active duty militai personnel can use tuition assistai and pay of the regular cost.Call 8307 or stop by our office behind the Downtown Lyceum for more information.

ANYONE INTERESTED in preparing for the FCC First and Second Class License Exam can still register for Electronics 44 with L.A. Community College. This is a three credit course to meet every Tuesday and Thursday evening for eight weeks. Stop by our office behind the Downtown Lyceum or call 8307 for. details.

STUDENTS, GRADES K-12 will be promoted or retained as warranted effective the week of May12 Parents should notify the school, particularly at the high school .. level, several weeks in advance .. tO insure that any necessary requirements are met if the student will be leaving the area before that time.










PRACTICAL FACTORS
by JOC Bill Reed

Tomorrow is Groundhog Day - a day of little significance. But this American rodent certainly is worthy of some mention here. I'd put him up
against a banana rat any day.
The groundhog is simply your common woodchuck - source of that ages-old
question: How much wood could a woodchuck, chuck if a woodchuck could
chuck wood? The answer continues to baffle both intellectual and moron
alike. And, the phrase will probably go down in history as one of the few
things most Americans can't repeat three times in rapid succession. Such
should be the fate of idle gossip!
Tomorrow the groundhog leaves his den and if he sees his shadow, becomes terrified and - in an act of revenge - inflicts upon the land six
more weeks of winter weather. Or is it if he doesn't see his shadow?
No matter. Your TV weatherman - whose predictions tend to be partly
cloudy and a bit windy - isn't likely to get much closer.
There is at least one city Stateside where people gather annually to
observe this event. The name of the place escapes me, probably indicative
of the popularity of the event.
The city's chamber of commerce claims the event suffers nationwide
anonymity because Congress won't proclaim the day a national holiday.
According to the chamber, Americans will celebrate anything if it means a
four-day weekend.
Last year,in efforts to gain nationwide publicity for his little town,
the mayor proposed an eight-day week, comprised of a four-day workweek and
a four-day weekend.
If the possibility of an eight-day week seems absurd, it should be
remembered that there already exists a five quart gallon, a 13 unit
dozen, the Texas Standard Measurement for everything under the sun, and hundreds of ingenuous Americanswho've long-since stopped observing even
a five-day workweek.
The Gitmo Game Warden Association says no groundhogs reside here, but
that they'd welcome some of the little boogers. A game warden needs
some game to protect! The guinea fowl population is said to be so independent it needs.protection from neither local drivers nor the caliber
of hunter found in these parts.
With talk of a Gitmo Hunting Club the paucity of game, of course, is
a big concern. Why, just the other night I heard a fellow complaining of the difficulty of finding even enough hunters to hold a crap shoot.
I had some suggestions for remedying the game problem, but after a
45-minute discussion, was told cooly that I was talking to a base policeman. I swear if he showed up in that outfit in Oklahoma or Texas, every
nightlighter in the county would make claim to having a steady job and
being a member in good standing at the church!
Meanwhile, those rumors of deer sighting in the vicinity of the CPO
Club and the FRA are being discounted since all are said to have occurred
on weekends near closing time.
The game warden association has requested that anybody sighting a
deer give them a call. Predictably - the Navy Exchange has been swamped
with special orders for deer calls.
How much wood, you reckon, could a woodchuck chuck, if ....


Clip & Save----------Effective Wednesday, February 8, the weekly Wednesday banking services
and hours of operation provided by Fidelity American Bank to NAS residents
will be expanded as follows:
Civilian pay day 9 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Non-pay day Wednesday 11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Military pay day 9 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Bank personnel will provide the following services during hours of
[operation:


Do you have any used paperbacks or magazines which would be appropriate reading material for the junior and/or senior high school level? If so, please contact Mrs. Christine Hansen at 99100 who is in need of donated materials to enrich her students' leisure reading. Thank you.

-- Men's Basketball -The men's basketball team is progressing in their skill as players, according to their coach, Jim Clark. The team, although very inexperienced, is learning to play pattern basketball and defense.
Come on out and cheer them on. The next game is scheduled today on
rt #1,at 6:30 p.m. The team will be pitted against the Marine
racks.


(sitting from left to right) Brian Mathewson, bite, Gus Fischer, Gerald Robinson, Jeff Leisse it) Coach Jim Clark, Richard Money, Steve Valentine, Perez, Clayton Trapp, Paul Lustig, Chris Leisse.

All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go -ill team has recently been chosen at W.T. Sampson rity of the players have never been part of an eam before. Their coach, John Dawson, is particu)ut the attitude of the young women chosen for the belief that to become a better player is to become

er, the team is indeed "all dressed up with nowhere
7 have been unable to find any opposition. )ups of women on station who are interested in Lease contact Mr. Dawson at 99100. The team is guarantee some spirited competion and some good


Check cashing
fDeposits to checking accounts Deposits and withdrawl to savings accounts Opening of checking and savings accounts New accounts will not be opened on military paydays due to the high volume of transactions on these days.
For further information call 8372 or 8672.


T DA Y' S T EE N S:


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TRE,, N, D S A N D B E L IE F


by Prudence Heller
NEW YORK (AP) -- They're today's teens, but before the decade is over they'l!lbe part of the nation's adult population. What are they like?
A survey of outstanding high school students, reported as 1979 neared its end, found a trend toward conservatism.
The survey by "Educational Communications" involved 50,000 boys and girls included in "ho's Who among American High School Students."'
Eight percent said they smoked
marijuana compared to about 27 percent of a similar group surveyed in 1972.
Eight percent of the latest group also favored living with someone of the opposite sex before marriage -compared to about 47 percent in a 1971 survey.
The survey also found a growing
trend in favor of censorship. More students feel that religion plays an important role in their lives and fewer are willing to pay extra taxes to fight air pollution.


Another survey found high school seniors worried about inflation and oil shortages, and in favor of Senate approval of the new Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. And by a margin of more than four to one, they reported that their confidence in government had declined in the past year.
A career development specialist at theDoane College in Crete, Neb. has noted another trend among high school and also college students.
Many suffer from what be calls
"Occupational illiteracy" -- vagueness as to what they want to do with their lives.
To Ed Watkins, this is disturbing indeed given that a person stands to work an average of 80,000 hours In his or her lifetime. %Why, he asks, spend all that time doing something you hate?
Watkins has devised a five-page booklit'designed to make people think about their occupational future by asking themselves questions.
It's a sort of examination, and he said most people fail it.


nding left to right) Coach John Dawson. Rhonda Jones, Patty Popp, Debbie Botengan, t to right) Shereen Massey, C.C. Fuselier, Cindy Parker.









Page 4 �Today
1:00 General Hospital 1:45 Cartoons 2:00 Julia
2:30 True Adventures 3:00 Voyage to the Bottome of the
Sea (BW)
4:00 Cartoons 4:30 1/2 Hour Information Special 5:00 Newswatch 6:00 Hollywood Squares (New Time) 6:30 Candid Camera (New Time) 7:00 White Shadow (New Time) 7:55 Notes of Interest 8:00 Welcome Back Kotter (New
Time)
8:30 Three's Company 9:00 Quincy
10:00 Friday Night Movie: Last Valley (Adult)
12:05 Newswatch Update 12:10 Late Movie: Carry on Spying
(BW)
1:40 Late Late Movie: Kronos (BW) 2:50 Sign Of f

Saturday
7:00 Charlie Chan 7:30 Hot Fudge 8:00 Children's Special 9:00 Soupy Sales 9:30 Cartoons 10:00 Battle of the Planets 10:30 Daktari 11:30 Dance Fever 12:00 Challenge of the Sexes 12:35 One Hour Information Special
(New Show)
1:30 Movie: Robbery 3:20 Superstars (New Time) 4:15 Magazine (New Time) 5:00 Washington Week in Review (New Time)
5:30 Newswatch Weekend 7:00 Grizzly Adams (New Time) 8:00 Black Sheep Squadron 9:00 WKRP Cincinnati (Adult) (Returning Series)
9:30 Benson (Adult) (New Show) 10:00 Prime Time Saturday 10:55 Saturday Night Movie: Breaking Up (Adult)
12:35 Shirley MacLaine at the Lido
(Adult)
1:40 Late Movie: The Secret Door
(BW)
3:05 Sign Off

Sunday
7:00 Christopher Closeup 7:30 Sacred Heart 7:45 Hour of Power
8:40 Insight
9:10 Black Beauty 9:55 Against the Wind (New Time) 10:45 Sunday Morning Movie: Look
Back in Darkness
11:55 Watch Your Step (Special) 12:25 NBA Basketball: LA vs. Atlanta
1:50 Movie: She Waits 3:05 Movie: Shell Shock (BW) 4:30 Meeting of the Minds (New Time)

For sate

'73 Vega wagon, available AT for best offer, present owner is leaving the Rock, for information or offer please call Chuck Bishop at 8709 DWH.

'65 Corvair, many extra parts, for parts as is, $200, will run, 96110 AT.


'69 Fold 100 van, newly rebuilt motor, new irons brown paint job, five new tires, interior insulated with foam, very good condition, 6 cyl, good on gas, bed in back with two Jensen speakers, body great shape, 8739, ask for Larry or see at the Ferry Landing.

Girl's clothes, sizes 0-1, 2, 3 and 4; summer and winter maternity clothes, sizes 12-16; two nursing gowns, 97168 AT.

'63 Dodge, runs great, $300, available Feb. 8, 96160 AT.

Flight bag, Jefferson Computer and Guide Manuel, plotter, sectional


Job opportunities
Applications shouldbe submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing daye, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


5:30 Newswatch Weekend
6:00 Sixty Minutes 7:00 Six Million Dollar Man 8:00 Fitzpatricks 9:00 Class of '65 (New Show) 10:00 Prime Time Sunday (Adult)
(Returning Series) 10:35 Circle of Stars 11:25 Best of Carson 12:40 Moon Man Space Connection 1:30 Sign Off




MOVIES
Downtown - Dribble, PG; Circle of
Iron, R
McCalla - Abba the Movie, G; Kiddie Show Program,CLASS I Marine - The Boys from Brazil,
R; The Front, PG
Leeward - Firepower, R; Hair, PG Windjammer - American Hot Wax, PG:
Mean Dog Blues, R
Post #46 - The Love Bug, G; Dark
Sunday, R
CPO Club - Beyond the PoseidonPG Como Club - Karate Olympia, R

Saturday
Downtown - Escape from Alcatraz,
PG; First Love, R McCalla - The Littlest Horse
Thieves, G; Dribble, PG Marine - Unidentified Flying
Oddball, G; CaravansPG Leeward - The North Avenue Irregulars, G; Double
Nickels, PG
Windjammer - Antonio, G; Texas Detour, R
Post #46 - California Suite, PG;
Which Way is Up?, R CPO Club - Blood Brothers, R Como Club - Players, PG

Sunday
Downtown - Manhattan, R McCaIa - Escape from Alcatraz,
PG
Marine - Caravans, PG Leeward Hell Hounds of Alaska,
PG
Windjammer - Slavers, R Post #46 - Operation Thunderbolt,
PG
CPO Club - No Movie Como Club - The Further Adventures
of the Wilderness Family,
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NBA results


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
188-79 284-79 324-80
337-80 341-80 342-80 188-79

307-79 338-80

339-80
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POSITION AND GRADE
Bartender, WG-7405-03 (Int)
Security Guard, PS-085-02 (Int)
Janitor, NA-3566-01 (PT) Recreation Aid, PS-0189-03 Facilities Inventory Clerk, GS-303-04
Clerk Typist, GS-322-04 Bartender, LWG-7405-03 (Int)

Mobile Equipment Servicer, LWG-58-6-05
Administrative Officer, LGS341-09
Electrical Worker, LWG-2805-08 Electrical Equipment Repairer, LWG-2854-10
Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG-5703-08


CLOSING DATE
OPEN UNTIL FILLED OPEN UNTIL FILLED
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8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 OPEN UNTIL FILLED

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COMMAND
EM CLUB EM CLUB Comptroller Ceramic Shop PWD
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PWD

Commissary
PWD


8 Feb 80 Supply


Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers:


20-015-75 94-001-75 85-009-78 85-029-78 187-79


319-80 10-316-75 36-002-75
10-488-75 47-79
48-79

49-79 60-111-78
85-009-78


Clerk Typist, GS-3 Library Aid, GS-2 (PT) Waitress, NA-3 (Int) Bartender, NA-3 (Int) Waiter/Waitress, NA-03 (Int) Telephone Operator, GS-02 or GS-03 or GS-02 leading to GS-03 Cook, NA-7404-05 (Int) Laborer, LWG-2 Firefighter, PS-3 Laborer, LWG-3 Bartender, (Int), LWG-3 Food Service Worker, (Int), LWG-02
Waiter, (Int), LWG-03 Taxi Driver, (PT), LWG-5 Movie Projectionist, LWG-5


The Navy Exchange has the following job openings.
--Full-time Sales Clerk II (PS2/
3.25 or LGS2/1.78), to work for the Main Retail Store. High school graduate preferred with six months experience also preferred.
--Full-time Cash Register Reader/ Messenger (AS4/3.56 or LGS3/2.32), to work for the Navy Exchange. High school graduate preferred with one

BASEBALL SCORES
'High School 17 PWD 3
High School shellacked PWD in Tuesday night's game 17-3. Top hitters for the night were King and Parez for High School with two hits each. King was the winning pitcher striking out seven welking two and giving up three runs. Hill, for PWD, was the losing
InI. q -r .


classilflteds


Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to. the Public Affairs Office 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays. Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Ads are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff n serves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. fTAnytime/ DWE-During Working Hours/AWE-After Working Hours).


crib with mattress, $45; high chair, $7; 80' privacy fence, $50;
'74 Honda CE 450, $750; girl's 26" 3 speed bike, needs work, have extra parts, $25; stereo console, needs work, make offer, 98269 AWH, 64258 DWH.

Bissell carpet sweeper, good condition, $5; wooden potty
chair, with tray, like new, $3, 96110 AT.

New Navy Arms 1858, new belt, .36 claiber black powder revolver, complete with powder flask, Remington capbos, bullet mould, nipple wrench and priming tool in presentation case, 8843 DWH.


Yard sale
46-B Nob Hill, Saturday, Feb. 2,
9 a.m. until 1 p.m., pre pack out, many various items.

Kittery Beach 366-D, 9 a.m. until 12 noon, Saturday, Feb: 2, 2 family sale, pre pack out, children's clothes, sizes 4,5 & 6, boy's and girl's, tap and ballet shoes, ladies clothes, size 5, toys, stereo gear, bicycles, plants, house hold items, miscellaneous items.

276-A Villamar, 6th Street, 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2, three family sale, items from diving gear to children's toys, priced to sell!


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COMO CLUB COMO CLUB CPO CLUB

PWD
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year satisfacgory driving experience. Government drivers license required.
--Full-time Counter Clerk I (NA2/3.11 or LWG2/I.82), to work for Food Services. Elementary school required with orie year experience preferred.
For further information please contacr Ms. L. King at 8348.


East Bargo 12-B, 9 a.m. until I p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2, summer and winter clothing, tape recorder, 4-slice toaster, coffee pot, books, kitchen ware, toys and more.

Found

Near Gold Hill Barracks, one small kitten, had flea collar and purple heart shaped tag, had one paw missing and tail missing, very cute and loving, taken to the Base Pound on Saturday.

C-ass ring, call LT Teague to identify at 913252.


Giveaway

Mirro-Matic 10 cup glass coffee pot, 96110 AT.


Wanted

Old. magazines of all kinds to be used for art projects, 96110
AT.

Outside television antenna, 97253
AT.

Pick up truck in good mechanical condition, 8626 DWH, 951060 AWH.

Crib mattress in good condition, call 95551 DWH.


Services
Doctor's appointment to keep? Grocery shopping to to? Need a sitter for an hour or two? Phone 99190 or 90245 and two responsible mothers will babysit for you.


FridayJanuary 1, 1980


'Guantanamo Gazette




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Seabee queen candidates, from t c1eft clockwise are: Mrs. Judy Toutant, Mrs. Pam Hatfield and Mrs. Rosita Carroll. Mrs. Toutant is the wife of UT2 Toutant. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa. and graduated from Cardinal Dougherty High School. She and her husband are awaiting the arrival of their first child due the end of March. Her hobbies are ceramics, needle point, bowling, swimming and snorkling. Presently, she works at the PWD Telephone Exchange as a base operator as a base operator. Mrs. Pam Hatfield, assistant administrative office supervisor for PWD, is married to GMGC Jim Hatfield of FTG. She has three children, two sons (one 12 and the other 13) and an eight-year-old daughter. Mrs. Hatfield was born in Latrobe, Pa. and joined the Navy in 1971. Her hobbies include sewing, bowling, cooking and ceramics. Mrs. Rosita Carroll, general yeoman at PWD Admin., was born in Fort Knox, Ky. and was raised in Elizabethtown, Ky. The graduated from Elizabethtown Senior High School in .She is the rpoud mother of ons. Joining the Navy in 1975, Mrs. Carroll was stationed in Norfolkfolk and reported aboard Gitmo April, 1979. Her hobbies are baseCOMPILED (UPI)--Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser today said Austrailia would pull its weight in guarding the Indian Ocean against Soviet aggression. In Washington, Fraser said U.S. forces could use an Austrailian Naval Base. And he said Austrailia would assume a greater role in helping patrol the Indian Ocean. India has not been so cooperative when Washington talks of sending military aid to Pakistan. U.S. envol Clark Clifford is trying to assure New Delhi that any arms deal with Pakistan would be designed to offset any Soviet threat from Afghanistan. Clifford said he felt American advisers would be sent along with the arms to guarrantee they would not be used against India. Radio Kabul reports food shortages in Afghanistan. The Soviet-backed regime blames guerrilla raids on supply lines. The United States today pledged another $3 million in cash and ball, tennis, bowling and swimming. All of the queen candidates will be at the Public Works Carnival on Saturday, February 2 at the Midway on Cooper Field. Come on out--meet them and have some fun at the carnival!!! World News Digest UPI -The Senate may go into a rare secret session today. Virginia Republican John Warner says he plans to call for the closed-door session to hear classified details of manpower shortages in the Armed Services and their impact on military readiness. The Chief of Naval Operations testified yesterday that shortages of skilled personnel are nearing the point where some ships and aviation units may have to be taken out of service. Both the Army and Air Force are reporting serious manpower problems. The crises in Iran and Afghanistan have made defense capability a major topic on Capitol Hill. Defense Secretary Harold Brown and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman David Jones were grilled yesterday by the Senate Armed Services Committee. The bottom line on their testimony: There's no guarantee the U. S. could beat the Soviet Union in a battle over control of the Persian Gulf region. UPI -Officials at Kennedy Airport in New York City say an Aeroflot jet carrying the Soviet Ambassador to the U. S. earlier this month disappeared from a radar screen. They say that's why the plane was ordered to descend to an altitude already assigned to other aircraft. But t-id that, the officials don't agree on what happened. -e Federal Aviation Administration believes the Kennedy system was directly tampered with. The FBI says the plane's identification signal might have been deliberately knocked off the radar screen, but the computer-run system may have lost the signal by itself. Several days before the incident, air traffic controllers announced they wouldn't handle Aeroflot craft because of the invasion of Afghanistan, but the FAA says the air controller obeyed a directive to work the flight. FM-103 sports schedule Sat -Feb. 2 BKB: Duke at Maryland Sun -Feb. 3 BKB: NBA All-Star Game Tue -Feb. 5 HKY: NHL All-Star Game Wed -Feb. 6 BKB: Philadelphia 76ers at Boston Celtics Thu -Feb. 7 BKB: Minnesota at Purdue Fri -Feb. 8 BKB: Cleveland Cavs at Houston Rockets 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 9 p.m. $2 million in relief supplies to the U.S. effort to aid refugees from Afghanistan. And estimated .5 million people have fled the country into Pakistan. Meanwhile, President Carter called reporters into the oval office today while he placed a special phone call to Ottowa. Carter publicly thanked Prime Minister Joe Clark for Canada's aid in rescuing six Americans from Iran. The six are in seclusion with their families at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. They plan to meet with reporters tomorrow in Washington. The governor of Delaware did get to visit the group today. He said they told him they whiled away some of the three months in hiding in the Canadian Embassy in Tehran by playing "The longest game of scrabble in the history of the game." Guantanamo Gazette Vol. 35 -No. 23 Friday, February 1, 1980 UPI -The Coast Guard and a private oil shipper today disagreed over the cause of a collision Monday night which left six people dead and 17 missing. At a hearing today, a lookout on the Coast Guard boat said his ship was where it was supposed to be just before it collided with the oil tanker. But the operators of the tanker said the Coast Guard boat was out of position and failed to respond to radio calls and whistles. Earlier, attorneys for the oil tanker's owners objected to the Coast Guard holding the hearing, saying that the Coast Guard is an interested party in the case. UPI -About three percent of the teachers in the Chicago schools showed up for work today, the fourth day of a walkout started over nonpayment of wages. Now the teachers union president said that delivery of back pay won't hold off a full-scele strike. He says teachers want a partial reversal of the Chicago Board of Education's decision earlier this week to cut more than 1,500 teachers from the payroll. More negotiations with the teachers are scheduled in an effort to get the schools running again. UPI -Muhammad Ali is cutting short a tour of India to go on a government mission to Africa. President Carter has personally asked the former Heavyweight Champ to enlist African support for a proposed boycott of the summer Olympics if Soviet troops are not pulled out of Afghanistan. Alisays -"This is not a publicity stunt. .we can't keep playing games with Russia." UPI -"The sweetest, gentlest, most generous and talented man I've ever known has left us." So said an emotional Bob Hope last night at the funeral of comedian Jimmy Durante. A stellar group of mourners filled the Church of the Good Shephard in Beverly Hills to pay tribute to the late, great schnozola. Among them, Marlon Brando, Red Bottons, Don Rickles, and Eddie Jackson, Durante's old vaudeville partner. UPI -The Coast Guard is towing a Cuban ship into Miami Beach today. It's reported that passengers apparently bent on seeking asylum in the U. S. hijacked the ship off the Florida Keys yesterday. A Coast Guard spokesman says the passengers will be turned over to immigration officials later today. BLACK HISTORY MONTH In February, members of the Navy family will join all Americans in observing Black History Month. The main theme of this year's observance is awareness and "Heritage for America," with special emphasis for all Americans to become more aware of individual deeds and achievements of Blacks. It is cordially requested that interested personnel who wish to contribute ideas or suggestions during this month-long observance, to contact P01 Fulton or MCPO Bradford for details. Phone numbers are 8380 or 8275. A planning commettee will be formed which will utilize ideas of personnel providing in-put in developing a base-wide program for observance of Black History Month. It is requested that commands give wide dissemination of this observanc to all personnel in order to make Black History Awareness a reality.

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community bulletin board Community announcements may be called inhbetween 8and11a.m., or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Eonafide emergency announcements will be accepted anytime. Community announcements will be published not more than once a week for a maximum of three weeks and then rewritten, condensed, and included in a daily calendar section during the week of the event. Cemercial advertising is prohibited although announcements of available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Announcements for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. Ada which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairu Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (ATAnytime/DWH-During Working Hours/ AWH-After Working Hours). THE BLUE CARIBE will feature Total Experience for your enjoyment on Saturday, Feb. 2. NURSERY SCHOOL TUITIONS for the month of February will be collected Monday, Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and on Tuesday, Feb. 5 from4:30 to 7 p.m. A late fee of $1 will be charged after 7 p.m. Tuesday. ALL CONO PATRONS are reminded tha Sunday's Family Night at the COMO Club will be a real treat. Mama Ellie's special Mexican dinner will include tacos with dip, chili rallenos, enchiladas, Mexican soup. pork chops with rice and sopapillas with honey for dessert. Price for adults is $6. Children under 12 are half price. DUE TO THE REHAB, the Daycare Center will be unable to provide lunch until further notice. Parents who wish their children to eat lunch at the Daycare Center must provide a bag lunch. Kool-Aid and snacks will still be available, and we have adequate refrigeration for all lunches. THERE WILL BE A GBOWC Board Meeting Monday, Feb. 4, 9:30 a.m. in the home of Patti Gibowicz, Deer Point 1105. This will also be a farewell luncheon for board member Betty Bailey. LIKE TO SEW BUT DON'T HAVE the time to sit down and do it? Well, a few of us would like to start a sewing circle. If interested, plea call Pam Lawrence at 97148 AWH or Joy Wetherbee at 90204 AWH. THE FRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS will be meeting at the FRA home in Morin Center on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. THERE WILL BE A FRA GENERAL Assmebly meeting on Monday, Feb. 18 at the FRA Home in Morin Center at 8 p.m. CASEWORKERS NEEDED -The Red Cross is in need of volunteer caseworkers to replace those rotating to CONUS. No experience is necessary and the only prerequisite is that you have sincere desire to serve your community. Training classes with subsequent on-the-job training will be conducted. Interested personnel shoul call 95434 or 8676 DWH for an appointment. Gumstmuame Gazette Captain John H. Fetterman Jr. Naval Station Commanding Officer Lt. Riohard L. Thompn. Public AffaireOff ico Eo. Suaan Shemn. Asitnto Public Af fairo Off ice JOtdSil1Reed.Edit J02 Brsods K. Starkey .t. opy Editoo JOSN J. Michael Porter.Journalist JOSA Pol .tlifton .Journalist Mrs. yKenndy.Production A si tn t The Guantanam oGazette is published according to 0 rule and regulations forship and station newspaper a outlined in NAPOXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed five time weekly at government expense on govemen equipment at the Nay Publications and Printing Servic Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news itm that appear barein tr eno to ho coontrOed asr ufici pras reflecting cienlewnofvyO.NAPSASE or tho 0, putment of cha Nacy. THE BLUE CARIBE will hold Surf and Turf Night on Friday, Feb. 1. The menu will consist of deluxe delmonico steak with lobster, vegetable, baked potato or french fries, rolls with butter, coffee or iced tea and one glass of chilled selected wine. The cost will be $8.25. The Patio Lounge will feature the exotic pins colada for 60 cents. Graphic Expression will be playing for your dancing and listening pleasure from 8 p.m. until midnight. DEPENDENTS OF COMO PATRONS are invited to lunch at the COMO Luncheon Bar weekdays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. All dependents under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Parents are reminded that liquor is available to adults during this time period. COMO PATRONS are encouraged to have reservations for the popular Sunday Family Nights. Reservations will only be held for 15 minutes after the scheduled time unless patrons call to alter their reservation. Patrons are requested to cancel their reservations in advance should they choose not to dine at the Club. WINDJAMMER PHONE NUMBERS CHANGED The following changes have been made in the Windjammer telephone listings: Manager's Office 8733 Duty Manager's Office 95504 GOOD NEWS FOR ALL DIVERS' The Reef Raiders Dive Shack has received and installed the long-awaited new filter system and the shack is once again in full operation. Hours of operation are: weekdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and on weekends and holidays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. EVERYONE IS INVITED to stop by the Navy League/Naval Sea Cadets Bake Sale on Saturday, Feb. 2 in front of the Navy Exchange. Baked items will be sold from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. All customers will be eligible to win a beautiful Valentine's Cake. The drawing for the cake will be at 1 p.m. in front of the NEX, the lucky winner must be present to win. LOS ANGELES Community College is now hiring part time instructors for the upcoming terms. This is a good opportunity to increase your income while gaining teaching experience at the community college level. Anyone interested in teaching English, emergency medical technology, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics, business, real estate, scuba diving, mathematics, broadcasting, or legal assistance, please call Joanne Middlebrooks at 8307. A college degree is not required to teach vocational/technical courses. There are different requirements for each course, so please contact the LACCO office located behind the downtown lyceum for more information. CERTIFIED EMT'S! You are needed to share your valuable training and experience with others in your community. Plenty of Gitmo residents would like to become Certified EMT's also, but we need an instructor. If you are interested in teaching two evenings a week, for eight weeks, making some extra money and sharing your skills with others, please call L.A. Community College at 8307 for more information. BOAT REMOVAL-ORDNANCE LANDING All private boats presently tied up to Ordnance Landing (Boat Landing 838) must be removed before Friday morning, Feb. 1 :r will be towed away at owner's expense. This landing will be used for ammunition loading while Pier Delta is under construction. se calendar Today Pentacostal prayer meeting, Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8 pom., The Hook (8390/913240) Tomorrow Seventh Day Adventist Church meets, McCalla. Chapel, 9:30 a.m. (8638 Weir) Roman Catholic Folk mass, 6 p.m., Rite of Reconciliation, 5-5:30 p.m., Base Chapel. Sunday d Roman Catholic mass, 9:30 a.m,; Rite of Reconciliation, 8:30-9 am, Chapel. Protestant divine services, Leeward Chapel, 9 am.; Base Chapel, 11 aom. & 6:30 pom. Jamaican United Fellowship of Service divine service, 10 a.m.; evening worship, 6:30 p.m., all at Bay Hill church, Church of Christ Bible study, 9:30 am.; morning worship, 10:40 a.mu; evening worship, 6:30 pom., all at McCalla Chapel (951035). Pentacostal Gospel meeting, 8 a.m.; evangelistic meeting, 5 p.m.; Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, McCalla Annex, priesthood at 8:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 10 a.mu; sacrament 4:30 p.m. (98127, 95342). e a Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, 8 p.m. East Bargo old nursery school bldg. na (8390, 913240). Monday l1 Roman Catholic mass, Base Chapel, 11:45 a.m. Drug/Alcohol Education Awareness Workshop, 7-9 p.m. in the Hoek. Page 2 Lt Guantanamo Gazette Friday, January 1, 1980 THE FIRE DEPARTMENT will commence controlled burning of remote areas of heavy natural cover (brush grass) on Feb. 2. This action is necessary to enhance base safety and security. The Fire Department and supporting activities will take every measure possible to minimize any inconvenience to base residents. This operation will continue until further notice. DO YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY getting your point across in a discussion? Trouble talking to a group? The local chapter of Toastmaster's International may be just what you need. Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. they will hold their regular bi monthly dinner meeting in the Harbor Lights lounge of the CPO Club. If you're interested and would like to attend contact Ace Riviere at 8733 or 95504 during working hours. Come on an join us, you'll enjoy a scrumptio dinner followed by enlightening and invigorating talks. ATTENTION RACQUET CLUB MEMBERS Come to a Wine and Cheese party following the finals on Sunday, Feb. 3. Bring your own wine and a cheese hors d' oeuvres to share. CUB SCOUT PACK 401 is looking for volunteers to help them field day the Cub Scout Hut from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, Feb. 2. Come out and help the Cub Scouts clean their home. DEN LEADERS MEETING -There will be a Cub Scout Den Leaders meeting in the hime of Linda Nelson on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. TREASURE AND TRIVIA WILL BE CLOSED Friday Feb. 1 to prepare for a storewide "Half price Sale"(except GBOWC items) Feb. 2 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. PUBLIC WORKS CARNIVAL--COME ON OUT for some fun and excitement on Saturday, February 2 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the, midway on Cooper Field. There will be games of chance and skill with lots of prizes, food an refreshments. Clowns and baloons will be on hand especially for the kids. The 1980 Seabee Ball queen candidates will be there. Proceeds will go to the Seabee Ball fund. EFFECTIVE 1 FEBRUARY 1980, LLADRO figurines and Waterford crystal, available through the Navy Exchange amil order catalog will be increased 15%. Complete details are available at the Main Retail Store. THE BARREL CLUB HAS RECENTLY BEEN given permission to survey some tables and chairs from that location. If any organization on the base would be interested in taking these items please contact Ace Riviere 8733 D.W.H. and arrangements will be made for interested parties to view the items. Unless claimed by the 4th of Fe. the items will be disposed of at the town dump on that day. LEARN HOW TO SAIL. You can still register for beginning sailing with L.A. Community College. This is a one credit course. Tuition will be $45. Active duty milita personnel can use tuition assists and pay '; of the regular cost. Call 8307 or stop by our office behind the Downtown Lyceum for more information. ANYONE INTERESTED in preparing for the FCC First and Second Class License Exam can still register for Electronics 44 with L.A. Community College. This is a three credit course to meet every Tuesday and Thursday evening for eight weeks. Stop by our office behind the Downtown Lyceum or call 8307 for details. STUDENTS, GRADES K-12 will be promoted or retained as warranted effective the week of May 12. Parents should notify the school, particularly at the high school level, several weeks in advance to insure that any necessary requirements are met if the student will be leaving the area before that time.

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Friday, February 1, 19f, inHiah School New, Do you have any used paperbacks or magazines which would be appropriate reading material for the junior and/or senior high school level? If so, please contact Mrs. Christine Hansen at 99100 who is in need of donated materials to enrich her students' leisure reading. Thank you. -Men's Basketball -The men's basketball team is progressing in their skill as players, according to their coach, Jim Clark. The team, although very inexperienced, is learning to play pattern basketball and defense. Come on out and cheer them on. The next game is scheduled today on rt #1, at 6:30 p.m. The team will be pitted against the Marine racks. Men's basketball team: (sitting from left to right) Brian Mathewson, David Beaulieu, Gary White, Gus Fischer, Gerald Robinson, Jeff Leisse (standing left to right) Coach Jim Clark, Richard Money, Steve Valentine, Robert Johnson, Dario Perez, Clayton Trapp, Paul Lustig, Chris Leisse. -All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go -The women's basketball team has recently been chosen at W.T. Sampson High School. The majority of the players have never been part of an organized basketball team before. Their coach, John Dawson, is particu.rly enthusiastic about the attitude of the young women chosen for the am. They share the belief that to become a better player is to become a better person. At this point, however, the team is indeed "all dressed up with nowhere to go." because they have been unable to find any opposition. If there are any groups of women on station who are interested in playing basketball, please contact Mr. Dawson at 99100. The team is rearing to go and can guarantee some spirited competion and some good old-fashioned fun. "PRACTICAL FACTORS by JOC Bill Reed Tomorrow is Groundhog Day -a day of little significance. But this American rodent certainly is worthy of some mention here. I'd put him up against a banana rat any day. The groundhog is simply your common woodchuck -source of that ages-old question: How much wood could a woodchuck, chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? The answer continues to baffle both intellectual and moron alike. And, the phrase will probably go down in history as one of the few things most Americans can't repeat three times in rapid succession. Such should be the fate of idle gossip! Tomorrow the groundhog leaves his den and if he sees his shadow, becomes terrified and -in an act of revenge -inflicts upon the land six more weeks of winter weather. Or is it if he doesn't see his shadow? No matter. Your TV weatherman -whose predictions tend to be partly cloudy and a bit windy -isn't likely to get much closer. There is at least one city Stateside where people gather annually to observe this event. The name of the place escapes me, probably indicative of the popularity of the event. The city's chamber of commerce claims the event suffers nationwide anonymity because Congress won't proclaim the day a national holiday. According to the chamber, Americans will celebrate anything if it means a four-day weekend. Last year,in efforts to gain nationwide publicity for his little town, the mayor proposed an eight-day week, comprised of a four-day workweek and a four-day weekend. If the possibility of an eight-day week seems absurd, it should be remembered that there already exists a five quart gallon, a 13 unit dozen, the Texas Standard Measurement for everything under the sun, and hundreds of ingenuous Americans who've long-since stopped observing even a five-day workweek. The Gitmo Game Warden Association says no groundhogs reside here, but that they'd welcome some of the little boogers. A game warden needs some game to protect! The guinea fowl population is said to be so independent it needs .protection from neither local drivers nor the caliber of hunter found in these parts. With talk of a Gitmo Hunting Club the paucity of game, of course, is a big concern. Why, just the other night I heard a fellow complaining of the difficulty of finding even enough hunters to hold a crap shoot. I had some suggestions for remedying the game problem, but after a 45-minute discussion, was told cooly that I was talking to a base policeman. I swear if he showed up in that outfit in Oklahoma or Texas, every nightlighter in the county would make claim to having a steady job and being a member in good standing at the church! Meanwhile, those rumors of deer sighting in the vicinity of the CPO Club and the FRA are being discounted since all are said to have occurred on weekends near closing time. The game warden association has requested that anybody sighting a deer give them a call. Predictably -the Navy Exchange has been swamped with special orders for deer calls. How much wood, you reckon, could a woodchuck chuck, if Clip & Save---------Effective Wednesday, February 8, the weekly Wednesday banking services and hours of operation provided by Fidelity American Bank to NAS residents will be expanded as follows: Civilian pay day 9 a.m. -12:45 p.m. Non-pay day Wednesday 11 a.m. -12:45 p.m. Military pay day 9 a.m. -12:45 p.m. Bank personnel will provide the following services during hours of operation: Check cashing Deposits to checking accounts Deposits and withdrawl to savings accounts Opening of checking and savings accounts New accounts will not be opened on military paydays due to the high Volume of transactions on these days. For further information call 8372 or 8672. TODAY' S TEENS: TRENDS AND BELIE F S 1h men's basketball team: (standing left to right) Coach John Dawson, ,u issa Lucero, Michele Cust, Rhonda Jones, Patty Popp, Debbie Botengan, Crystal Johnson (kneeling left to right) Shereen Massey, C.C. Fuselier, Rae Adams, Betty Raniszewski, Cindy Parker. -Flying Feet -Ms. Cecelia Dawson has completed the end-of-semester physical fitness testing. The seventh and eighth graders performed quite well, and Ms. Dawson posted the outstanding performances on a wooden placard appropriately entitled "Flying Feet." Henry Riebel accumulated the most miles running a total of 59.9 miles. A close second in the boys' division was won by Robert Sims with 45 miles, and third place belongs to Arnold Ybanez who ran 40 miles. The girls fared well, also. Sheri Jensen ran the most miles with a record of 42 miles, second place is held by Michele Clothier, who ran 40 miles and Pamela Drake came in third with a total of 37 miles. The fastest "feet," running the 1.5 mile, belong to Donnie Gordon who ran it in 9.44 minutes. Although they don't share the fastest feet, Robert Sims does share the same speed with Donnie because Robert also ran it in 9.44 minutes. Ed Fischer claims third place with a time of 10.01 minutes. Congratulations! by Prudence Heller NEW YORK (AP) -They're today's teens, but before the decade is over they'll be part of the nation's adult population. What are they like? A survey of outstanding high school students, reported as 1979 neared its end, found a trend toward conservatism. The survey by "Educational Communications" involved 50,000 boys and girls included in "Who's Who among American High School Students." Eight percent said they smoked marijuana compared to about 27 percent of a similar group surveyed in 1972. Eight percent of the latest group also favored living with someone of the opposite sex before marriage -compared to about 47 percent in a 1971 survey. The survey also found a growing trend in favor of censorship. More students feel that religion plays an important role in their lives and fewer are willing to pay extra taxes to fight air pollution. Another survey found high school seniors worried about inflation and oil shortages, and in favor of Senate approval of the new Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. And by a margin of more than four to one, they reported that their confidence in government had declined in the past year. A career development specialist at the Doane College in Crete, Neb. has noted another trend among high school and also college students. Many suffer from what he calls "Occupational illiteracy" -vagueness as to what they want to do with their lives. To Ed Watkins, this is disturbing indeed given that a person stands to work an average of 80,000 hours in his or her lifetime. .Why, he asks, spend all that time doing something you hate? Watkins has devised a five-page booklet designed to make people think about their occupational future by asking themselves questions. It's a sort of examination, and he said most people fail it. ** Guantanamo Gazette Page 3 e i i i i

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Page 4 Today 1:00 General Hospital 1:45 Cartoons 2:00 Julia 2:30 True Adventures 3:00 Voyage to the Bottome of the Sea (BW) 4:00 Cartoons 4:30 1/2 Hour Information Special 5:00 Newswatch 6:00 Hollywood Squares (New Time) 6:30 Candid Camera (New Time) 7:00 White Shadow (New Time) 7:55 Notes of Interest 8:00 Welcome Back Kotter (New Time) 8:30 Three's Company 9:00 Quincy 10:00 Friday Night Movie: Last Valley (Adult) 12:05 Newswatch Update 12:10 Late Movie: Carry on Spying (Bl) 1:40 Late Late Movie: Kronos (BW) 2:50 Sign Off Saturday 7:00 Charlie Chan 7:30 Hot Fudge 8:00 Children's Special 9:00 Soupy Sales 9:30 Cartoons 10:00 Battle of the Planets 10:30 Daktari 11:30 Dance Fever 12:00 Challenge of the Sexes 12:35 One Hour Information Special (New Show) 1:30 Movie: Robbery 3:20 Superstars (New Time) 4:15 Magazine (New Time) 5:00 Washington Week in Review (New Time) 5:30 Newswatch Weekend 7:00 Grizzly Adams (New Time) 8:00 Black Sheep Squadron 9:00 WKRP Cincinnati (Adult) (Returning Series) 9:30 Benson (Adult) (New Show) 10:00 Prime Time Saturday 10:55 Saturday Night Movie: Breaking Up (Adult) 12:35 Shirley MacLaine at the Lido (Adult) 1:40 Late Movie: The Secret Door (BW) 3:05 Sign Off Sunday 7:00 Christopher Closeup 7:30 Sacred Heart 7:45 Hour of Power 8:40 Insight 9:10 Black Beauty 9:55 Against the Wind (New Time) 10:45 Sunday Morning Movie: Look Back in Darkness 11:55 Watch Your Step (Special) 12:25 NBA Basketball: LA vs. Atlanta 1:50 Movie: She Waits 3:05 Movie: Shell Shock (BW) 4:30 Meeting of the Minds (New Time) For sae '73 Vega wagon, available AT for best offer, present owner is leaving the Rock, for information or offer please call Chuck Bishop at 8709 DWH. '65 Corvair, many extra parts, for parts as is, $200, will run, 96110 AT. '69 Fold 100 van, newly rebuilt motor, new imrons brown paint job, five new tires, interior insulated with foam, very good condition, 6 cyl, good on gas, bed in back with two Jensen speakers, body great shape, 8739, ask for Larry or see at the Ferry Landing. Girl's clothes, sizes 0-1, 2, 3 and 4; summer and winter maternity clothes, sizes 12-16; two nursing gowns, 97168 AT. '63 Dodge, runs great, $300, available Feb. 8, 96160 AT. Flight bag, Jefferson Computer and Guide Manuel, plotter, sectional maps, log book, Aim Manuel Part I, aviation weather, privite pilots handbook, owners manuel for a Cessna 150, 24"x36" color photo of a Cessna 150 inst panel and other materials, $75 firm, 8172 DHW, for Rick Fele, 8280 AWH. Job opportunities Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing daye, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. 5:30 Newswatch Weekend 6:00 Sixty Minutes 7:00 Six Million Dollar Man 8:00 Fitzpatricks 9:00 Class of '65 (New Show) 10:00 Prime Time Sunday (Adult) (Returning Series) 10:35 Circle of Stars 11:25 Best of Carson 12:40 Moon Man Space Connection 1:30 Sign Off MOVIES Downtown -Dribble, PG; Circle of Iron, R McCalla -Abba the Movie, G; Kiddie Show Program,CLASS I Marine -The Boys from Brazil, R; The Front, PG Leeward -Firepower, R; Hair, PG Windjammer -American Hot Wax, PG: Mean Dog Blues, R Post #46 -The Love Bug, G; Dark Sunday, R CPO Club -Beyond the Poseidon,PG Como Club -Karate Olympia, R Saturday Downtown -Escape from Alcatraz, PG; First Love, R McCalla -The Littlest Horse Thieves, G; Dribble, PG Marine -Unidentified Flying Oddball, G; Caravans,PG Leeward -The North Avenue Irregulars, G; Double Nickels, PG Windjammer -Antonio, G; Texas Detour, R Post #46 -California Suite, PG; Which Way is Up?, R CPO Club -Blood Brothers, R Como Club -Players, PG Sunday Downtown -Manhattan, R McCaila -Escape from Alcatraz, PG Marine -Caravans, PG Leeward -Hell Hounds of Alaska, PG Windjammer -Slavers, R Post #46 -Operation Thunderbolt, PG CPO Club -No Movie Como Club -The Further Adventures of the Wilderness Family, Part II, G NBA results Boston Atlanta Philadelphia New York Los Angeles Denver Portland Seattle 119 111 110 112 107 127 94 105 Washington Golden State Houston Indiana Chicago New Jersey Kansas City Milwaukee 103 107 105 102 97 126 93 101 crib with mattress, $45; high chair, $7; 80' privacy fence, $50; '74 Honda CB 450, $750; girl's 26" 3 speed bike, needs work, have extra parts, $25; stereo console, needs work, make offer, 98269 AWH, 64258 DWH. Bissell carpet sweeper, good condition, $5; wooden potty chair, with tray, like new, $3, 96110 AT. New Navy Arms 1858, new belt, .36 claiber black powder revolver, complete with powder flask, Remington capbos, bullet mould, nipple wrench and priming tool in presentation case, 8843 DWH. ANNOUNCEMENTS 188-79 284-79 324-80 337-80 341-80 342-80 188-79 307-79 338-89 339-80 340-80 343-80 POSITION AND GRADE Bartender, WG-7405-03 (Int) Security Guard, PS-085-02 (Int) Janitor, NA-3566-01 (PT) Recreation Aid, PS-0189-03 Facilities Inventory Clerk, GS-303-04 Clerk Typist, GS-322-04 Bartender, LWG-7405-03 (Int) Mobile Equipment Servicer, LWG-58-6-05 Administrative Officer, LGS341-09 Electrical Worker, LWG-2805-08 Electrical Equipment Repairer, LWG-2854-10 Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG-5703-08 CLOSING DATE OPEN UNTIL FILLED OPEN UNTIL FILLED 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 OPEN UNTIL FILLED 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 8 Feb 80 COMMAND EM CLUB EM CLUB Comptroller Ceramic Shop PWD ROICC EM CLUB PWD Commissary PWD PWD 8 Feb 80 Supply Applications will be accepted for the following permanent registers: 20-015-75 94-001-75 85-009-78 85-029-78 187-79 319-80 10-316-75 36-002-75 10-488-75 47-79 48-79 49-79 60-111-78 85-009-78 Clerk Typist, GS-3 Library Aid, GS-2 (PT) Waitress, NA-3 (Int) Bartender, NA-3 (Int) Waiter/Waitress, NA-03 (Int) Telephone Operator, GS-02 or GS-03 or GS-02 leading to GS-03 Cook, NA-7404-05 (Int) Laborer, LWG-2 Firefighter, PS-3 Laborer, LWG-3 Bartender, (Int), LWG-3 Food Service Worker, (Int), LWG-02 Waiter, (Int), LWG-03 Taxi Driver, (PT), LWG-5 Movie Projectionist, LWG-5 The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. --Full-time Sales Clerk II (PS2/ 3.25 or LGS2/1.78), to work for the Main Retail Store. High school graduate preferred with six months experience also preferred. --Full-time Cash Register Reader/ Messenger (AS4/3.56 or LGS3/2.32), to work for the Navy Exchange. High school graduate preferred with one BASEBALL SCORES High School 17 PWD 3 High School shellacked PWD in Tuesday night's game 17-3. Top hitters for the night were King and Parez for High School with two hits each. King was the winning pitcher striking out seven walking two and giving up three runs. Hill, for PWD, was the losing Yard sale 46-B Nob Hill, Saturday, Feb. 2, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., pre pack out, many various items. Kittery Beach 366-D, 9 a.m. until 12 noon, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2 family sale, pre pack out, children's clothes, sizes 4,5 & 6, boy's and girl's, tap and ballet shoes, ladies clothes, size 5, toys, stereo gear, bicycles, plants, house hold items, miscellaneous items. 276-A Villamar, 6th Street, 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2, three family sale, items from diving gear to children's toys, priced to sell! OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN CO'MO CLUB COMO CLUB CPO CLUB PWD CPO CLUB COMO CLUB COMO COMO S/S COMO CLUB CLUB CLUB year satisfacgory driving experience. Government drivers license required. --Full-time Counter Clerk I (NA2/3.11 or LWG2/1.82), to work for Food Services. Elementary school required with one year experience preferred. For further information please contacr Ms. L. King at 8348. East Bargo 12-B, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2, summer and winter clothing, tape recorder, 4-slice toaster, coffee pot, books, kitchen ware, toys and more. Found Near Gold Hill Barracks, one small kitten, had flea collar and purple heart shaped tag, had one paw missing and tail missing, very cute and loving, taken to the Base Pound on Saturday. Class ring, call LT Teague to identify at 913252. Giveaway Mirro-Matic 10 cup glass coffee pot, 96110 AT. Wanted Old magazines of all kinds to be used for art projects, 96110 AT. Outside television antenna, 97253 AT. Pick up truck in good mechanical condition, 8626 DWH, 951060 AWH. Crib mattress in good condition, call 95551 DWH. Services Doctor's appointment to keep? Grocery shopping to to? Need a sitter for an hour or two? Phone 99190 or 90245 and two responsible mothers will babysit for you. classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Ada are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (AF-Anytime/ DWH=During Working Hours/AWH=After Working Hours). Friday, January 1, 1980 Guantanamo Gazette


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