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Military-civilian pay could be frozen by budget cuts


WASHINGTON (AP)--Workers who draw their paychecks from the federal government could find their salaries frozen as part of the war on the federal deficit.
Sources say President Reagan is planning to ask Congress to impose such a pay freeze. ,1
The "Washington Post" says the
president is also thinking of raising the age at which federal employees can retire and get full benefits, from 55 to 65.
The government pay freeze would affect both civilian and military employees. The first indication of such a proposal came from Defense Secretary Weinberger.
Weinberger announced that he is
recommending an $8 billion reduction in planned defense spending during fiscal 1984. He said that some of
* would be "personnel cost sava panel discussion in Washington, yesterday, Commerce Department ChiefEconomist Robert Ortner called the soaring national debt "a time bomb." He said the growing debt is


not helping the economic recovery and that the longer the government waits to cut the deficit, the more difficult it will be to correct it. American consumers took on more debt than they paid off in November 1982. The government, which has been hoping for increased consumer spending to spur a recovery, said installment debt increased by $2.52 billion in November, after posting a decline in October. Much of the new debt was for auto loans.


In the meantime, U.S. farmers are still facing insurmountable debts. Authorities in Springfield, Colo. are trying to head off a repeat of last week's violence at a farm foreclosure sale.
Law officers from across the state have been asked to assist at a similar foreclosure sale today, and "bring riot gear if you have it."
Two-hundred angry farmers tried to stop a foreclosure sale last week, but agriculture movement officials


say nothing like that is planned this time.
In London, Ohio, more than 100 farmers are promising to block a sheriff's sale of Doug Dailey's farm Friday. Efforts to renegotiate his $400,000 debt failed yesterday.
President Reagan says "help is on the way" for farmers. He unveiled a package of farm aid programs yesterday in Dallas at the National Convention of the American Farm Bureau Association.


President Reagan is confronting a vacancy in Washington


WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan apparently faces another vacancy in his cabinet. Administration offi-' cials say Richard Schweiker, Secretary of Health and Human Services, has decided to resign.

Sources say President Reagan has already chosen a new secretary, Margaret Heckler. She is a Republican from Massachusetts who served in Congress, but was defeated in her re-election bid last November.


In other news from Capitol Hill, members of the president's panel on Social Security Reform have been meeting with White House Aides and the word is that the panel is close to an agreement on some suggestions for giving the ailing Social Security system a boost.

Among the possibilities are delays in cost-of-living increases in benefits, and higher social security taxes for some workers.


And the Justice Department is urging President Reagan not to sign a bill creating a cabinet-level position responsible for fighting illegal drugs. The number-three official of the Justice Department says the bill is "irresponsible and possibly unconstitutional."
Finally, after several months of efforts to dismiss her, the Reagan Administration has fired Maxine Savitz, its top expert on energy conservation.


TOKYO (UPI)--Ten-thousand Japanese farmers marched on the U.S. Embassy to protest American demands that Japan allow more agricultural imports. Beef and citrus top the list of U.S. farm products denied free access to Japanese markets, and farmers fear Prime Minister Nakasone will give in to U.S. demands to ease their import when he visits Washington next week.

ISRAEL (AP)--U.S. Envoy Philip Habib arrived in Israel yesterday. He will meet with Prime Minister Begin tomorrow in a bid to break the stalemate over foreign troop withdrawals from Lebanon.
MI, Fla. (UPI)--Explosions ripped
*ugh at least two businesses in
mi's Little Havana section late last night. Police report an undetonated bomb was reported on the steps of the Cuban newspaper "Replica." Authorities report there were no fires and no one was injured.
WASHINGTON (AP)-The nation's largest teachers union says a new proposal by Education Secretary T. H. Bell is a "gimmick." Bell is proposing creating a highly-paid "master teacher" position in elementary and secondary schools, to keep the best teachers from leaving the classroom for more lucrative jobs.


Free Tate murderer?

SACRAMENTO (UPI)--The mother of murdered actress Sharon Tate says she will present over 100,000 letters and signatures to California Parole Board officials today in her effort to keep one of her daughter's killers from freedom.
Doris Tate opposes parole for Charles "Tex" Watson, the Manson
* F ly killer who hanged her daughfrom a rafter after she was sbed several times.


Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY




Your electric stove is an enery gobbler! Red hot burners heat
as much air as they do food. Set the temperature correctly. Water boils at 212 degrees, no more, no less. Don't steam up your kitchen
for nothing! Turn down the heat.





ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




Volume 38 Number 8 Wednesday, January 12, 1983


U.S.


companies make pacts with China


SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)--An agreement for a joint food production and marketing venture has been signed by the world's largest canning company and the People's Republic of China.


Robert Fox, says his firm hai Foodstuff to "cooperate business."


president of Del Monte, would work with ShangIndustry Association in the worldwide foods


Del Monte would provide agricultural, manufacturing and packaging


expertise, while China would grow, process and package the products for export.
As part of the agreement, Fox said, Del Monte will assist the People's Republic of China in developing an experimental farm in Shanghai, which will introduce new crop varieties and improved agricultural practices.
Meanwhile, Atlantic Richfield has become the first U.S. oil firm to drill for oil and gas in waters off Mainland China.


'GTMO Dialogue' correction for Jan. 11


Yesterday's "Gazette" ran a "GTMO Dialouge" thanking the Military Airlift Command for its role in rescuing the Altice baby last week.
The baby was actually transported in a Naval Air Station, Guantanamo Bay C-12, which left the runway one hour and 30 minutes after NAS was notified. It would have taken a MAC MEDEVAC flight more than six hours to reach NAS.
Some of the personnel who played a role in the mission were the plane's pilots, Lt. Cmdr. Frank Newner and Lt. Cmdr. Ed Fiebig and their aircrewman ABHC Mike Spellissy.
The Beechcraft Aerospace representatives at NAS had the aircraft ready to fly in short order. The C oast Guard Aviation Detachment helped coordinate the flight's arChevy's new'Vette'
DETROIT (UPI)--The latest word on General Motors' troubled Corvette is that the re-styled version will finally be introduced on the West Coast late in March and in the rest of the country by April.
The re-designed "Vette" will carry a 1984 emblem, along with a price tag as high as $26,000. This is the first time in 15 years that Chevrolet has done a complete re-design for the Corvette. It was to have been ready last November or December, but Chevrolet delayed because quality standards for several components were not being met.
Some of the problems included the electronically-controlled transmission and the new digital instrumen� tation panel.


rival at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station, Opalocka, Fla.
Finally, GTMO's Red Cross representative, Gene Marks, was involved throughout the course of the preparations.
The efforts of this team of professionals once again brought a happy ending to what could have been a tragedy.
Well done to them all!

Household items for

Burned-out family
Many organizations on base have expressed an interest in assisting Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid recover from the total loss of their house in the Cuban trailer park, Saturday.
At the recommendation of the Cuban Community Club and in coordination with the Chaplain's Office, Lt. Glasser, Cuban Affairs Officer, will coordinate cash collection and presentations.
To date, the Fil-Am Club, the Cuban Community Club, the Club Latino the Socializers, the Naval Air Station and the Sugar Bear Disco have expressed interest in helping the Reids.
Members of these and other organizations are asked to contact their club officials for details.
Group officers are requested to contact Lt. Glasser at 4817 or 6349 by Friday to coordinate efforts.
The base chapel is organizing a collection of needed household goods for the Reids. Prospective donors of goods are asked to contact the Chaplain's Office at 4555 for further details.


The Glomar Java Sea, a floating drillship owned by Global of Houston, has begun drilling ARCO's first exploratory well about 35 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. The targeted depth is more than 12,000 feet.
Last September, ARCO China, a subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield and Sante Fe International, signed a contract with China National Offshore Oil to explore for and produce oil and gas in a 3,500 square-mile area.
Officials report the pact with
China National could last as long as 35 Years, depending on developments.

'Wild' gunman loose

MEMPHIS (UPI)--Police have surrounded a house in the Memphis suburb of Frayser where several police led by a gunman are holding an officer hostage.
The incident began last night when police tried to serve an arrest warrant for shopligting on 26-year-old "Lynn" Sanders.
Shots broke out. One officer was hit in the jaw, a second was bashed on the head with a bun butt and a third was jumped by people in the house and taken captive. The wounded officer is listed in serious condition.
Early today, police evacuated a five-block area surrounding the house. Sanders reportedly used a police walkie-talkie to scream obscenities at negotiators trying to talk him out.


IMPACT
IMPACT this evening at 6 p.m. on TV-8 will feature Kathy Rohe of Old Dominion University, Susan Murray of Florida Junior College and Hampton Institute, and Sharlees Collabas of Los Angeles Metropolitan College.
They will discuss the programs
offered by their respective schools in the coming term. Tune in and get your questions on courses, registration and tuition assistance answered.








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Chapel Notes


THE PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL have rescheduled their January meeting to Jan. 12 vice Jan. 5. The meeting will be held at the home of Marilyn Doherty at Center Bargo 1160 at 7 p.m.

BREAK THOSE BEGINNING-OF-THE-WEEKblahs. Join our Buffet by the Bay. The Catholic Women's Guild invites all ladies of the parish, especially new ones, to this potluck salad luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. at the Yacht Club. Bring a salad--nothing too fattening for those New Year's resolutions. Come for fellowship the entire time or for part of the time. Contact Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT or Colleen Zeek at 3130 AWH for transportation or more info.


Club Activities

THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club this Sunday, Jan. 16. The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Ham Shack, which is located in Hobbyland by the ceramics building. Election of new club officers is scheduled to take place; therefore, all club members are urged to attend. New amateurs recently reporting onboard that wish to join the club may do so prior to the start of the meeting. For further information contact: Wes Smith at Ext. 2647DWH or 3148AWH.

THE NAVAL STATION OWC IS HAVING their monthly meeting at the COMO Club on Jan. 12. 6:30 p.m. - Wine in the Lobby, 7 p.m. - Dinner in the Dining Room. The speaker for the evening will be Elaine Burlison on "Weather", followed by the election of officers (nominations from the floor welcomed). Reservations to: Ginger Hillyer at 4882 DWH or Norma White at 3240. Cancellations must be made by 4 p.m. on Jan. 10 or you will be charged.

The Library.
Another ot your
benefits. Have yq4
used it lately?








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"First of all, sir, the men appreciate the fact that you're trying to
develop a youthful image...






GAZETTE


Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard...........
..........Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed......................
. Public Affairs Staff Supervisor JOl Ron Rust ..... Managing Editor J03 Lee Holloway ..... News Editor J03 Michael Page ... Sports Editor Ms. Susan Junkins.................
.............Production Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed
five times weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of CONAVBASE or the Department of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette




community





bulletin board

Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried
to the Public Affairs Office in the COMNAVBASE Admin
Building. Deadline for publication is 9 a.m. the previous working day. Bonafide emergency announcements will be accepted any time. Announcements will be published at least once a week at the discretion of the Public Affairs Staff. Activities that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex and color or national origin will not be accepted.


ATTENTION ALL YOU INTELLIVISION FOOTball fanatics: Karen Douthett, Leeward Point Seabee Queen Candidate, is sponsoring an Intellivision Football Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Barracks #623, 2nd Deck Lounge, (that's on Leeward Point) starting at Noon. Entrants fee is $5.00, cash prizes will be awarded. So all of you "Arm Chair Quarterbacks" who think you are good, come on out and have some fun. You just might win some bucks. Contact Karen at 6226 DWH or 3616 AW to get your name on the list. See you Saturday.

LET 1983 BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!!!! Dancercize "can do"--revitilize and "midacize" that figure! No sagging shapes or spirits for us. Reap rave reviews w/that all new you. Caribbean Arts & Crafts Workshop will show the way at reasonable rates ($15 per month - all it takes! 12 classes) and new, exciting, yet "ease in" routines. Lots of times to choose from so what are you waiting for!? You're worth it and we dare to care & cure that case of "Blob-blues." Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 AT.


Participants are being
Sought for the "History of
Black America" fashion show scheduled for Feb. 18.
Join in celebrating Black

History Month by lending a hand. Any assistance will
be greatly appreciated.
Call Lucille Stone at 6457.



THE DEER PARK ZOO: THERE WILL BE A monthly meeting of the Zoo Committee at 10 a.m., Sat., Jan. 15, at the Zoo. Members and anyone interested in the zoo are welcome. Children are welcome and there will be an opportunity to feed and pet the animals.

ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT PHASING EFFECT
on E-4 entitlements (NAVOP 129/82): In accordance with NAVOP 129/82, due to the uncertainties in the funding level of the military pay account by Congress in Fiscal Year 1983 Defense Appropriation Bills, personnel who are newly selected for advancement to paygrade E-4 and are scheduled to transfer on permanent change-ofstation orders prior to the effective date of advancement will not be entitled by law to receive the increase in travel and household goods entitlements. Situations in which the revised advancement dates would impose a hardsl.ip, commands should contact the appropriate detailers by message requesting modification/delay in executing PCS orders. Every effort will be made to accommodate personnel concerned.


Wednesday, January 12, 1983

Education Note


THE GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) test is a series of five tests: writing skills, social studies, science, reading skills, and mathematics. The tests are given every Monday morning in the Navy Campus classroom, Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill. To be scheduled to take the GED, please call the Navy Campus Office, EXT 4769. The GED is free to active duty personnel.


THE W. T. SAMPSON P.T.O. WILL CONduct a three-topic discussion for parents of young children. The topics, "'Childbirth," "Naturalization" and "Reading to Children", will be presented by three guest speakers on Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in classroom B-1 at the W. T. Sampson Elementary School. All parents are invited to attend this informative P.T.O. meeting. CAR WASH: THE SPANISH II CLASS OF W. T. Sampson High School will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, Jan. 15th, in front of the Navy Exchange Laundromat, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The proceeds will be used to help defray the cost of a class trip to Puerto Rico. Come on out and give your support to this worthwhile endeavor, and get your car cleaned in the process.

THE NEXT MEETING OF THE W.T. SAMPSON Elementary School Advisory Committee will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 2:15 in Room B-1 of the school. Special guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, D.C. Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch. Mrs. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. The public is cordially invited to attend.

ATTENTION BABIES: EXPERIENCING UNEXpected problems with breastfeeding? Want to meet other breast-fed babies and compare notes? Come to the next meeting of the Breastfeeding Support Group, where you can hear some interesting tips and share the benefits of your experience. Come to TK13 on Thursday, Jan. 20th, at 7:30 p.m., or call Jackie at 2434. P.S. Bring your moms, too.

W.T. SAMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HAS found it necessary to deviate from the previously published master schedule and have Records Day--Jan. 21, which will coincide with the High School. Therefore, there will be no school on Jan. 21. All students will attend school for their normal schedules on Jan. 24.

THE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AUCTION IS coming soon! Do you have a special talent that you would like to donate? We're looking for anything from a catered meal to a free boat ride; free piano lessons to free swimming lessons. Help a deserving student receive the opportunity for further education. Call in your donation today! For more information call Mary Beth Bennet at 4239 or Debbie Pomfret at 2601.

THE MARINE MINI MART IS INTRODUCING a new line of ethnic cosmetics. They are one of the newest line of ethnic products that we will be carring at all times. So four our ethnic patrons on base, come to the Marine Mini Mart today and take care of all your cosmetic needs. Also, keep looking for the rest of your ethnic products at the Marine Mini Mart. They will be coming in very soon.

THERE WILL BE A LIQUIDATION SALE OF excess rental items (high chairs, strollers, crib mattresses, etc.), also books and misc. items at the old Treasure & Trivia building located next to the Navy Exchange on Saturday, Jan 15th from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.


Special Announcements


EL ANONIMO DEL ALCOHOL ES EL compaerismo del hombre y la mujer quienes comparten sus experiencias, sus fuerzas y esperanzas, para poder resolver sus problemas comunes y al final poderayudar a otros recobrarse del alcoholismo. El unico requesito para poder ser miembro es el dieseo de parar de tomar bebida alcoholicas. No hay ninguna cuota ni deuda para poder ser miembros; somos nueatro sosten por nuestra propia contribucion. Si tienes algun problema con el alcohol, y deseas para de tomar bebida alcoholicas, llama al 4748 AT, 3205 AT, 2511 AT o de 8-9 p.m. llama al 2604.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A FELLOWSHIP of men and women who share thdir experiences, strengths atid hopes with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to st6p drinking. There are no ddes or fees for AA membership. We are self-supporting through our contributions.
If you are having a problem with alcbhbl and desire to stop, call 4648AT, 3205AT, 2511AT or between 8-9 p.m., call 2604.














GTMO'S JUST RECEIVED RED-HOT, FAT, fast and fresh off the presses to the pages and the public--over 2,000 books for our "Consumer Consumption." But, available only at the Book Fair for all "Bay Babies", both big and little - K thru 6th! Sports make you smile?!? Sample soccer, football or baseball! How about sitting down w/some sizzling science fiction!? Horse books, even!? Every subject, A to Z, is here and easy to find! Reasonable prices low rates for this precious pulp! Book Fair '83--the big event this year at the elementary school's Multi-Purpose room. Mark your calendar now! Friday, Jan. 14, from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan 15, from 9-11 a.m. We aim to please!


Vmia d2,?I4d eyak











Saturday, Jan..29, 1983

9 a.m. - 12 noon

Children's toys Paperbook books Children's/Adult's clothing & shoes

Special Kiddie Tree House Shopping (Prices lo to 25)

All proceeds will go to purchasing supplies for the Nursery School.








Wednesday, January 12, 1983


The Daily Gazette








Avast ye swabs! Have yuh ever
heard of Tuition Assistance?
That there program picks up most
uh the tab on yuhr schoolin', ifn
yuh apply fer it.
Here's the information right out
uh the book:

"The Tuition Assistance Program
provides financial assistance to
eligible naval personnel who attend institutions of higher learning on
a voluntary off-duty basis. Those personnel in paygrades E-5 through E-9 with less than 14 years of active duty can get 90 percent assistance, while all other members can


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get 75 percent."
That there seems tuh me tuh be uh pretty deal. Yuh git the education and ole Uncle Sam picks up most uh the tab.
Ifn yuhr interested, contact the Educational Services ffice or vuhr kayreer counselor.
Nuff said! k &z


(L-R)--EN2 C.E. BIRETZ, MM2 L. ROSARIO, EN2 D.H. BERLIN POSE AFTER being recently, advanced to their present rates. Cmdr. C.W. Gnilka, commanding officer, SIMA, officiated at the ceremony. (Official 0U.S. Navy photo.)


"This is a note of thanks to those who helped rescue us this past Saturday when our boat was beached by rough waves. Thank you to the family in the tan motor boat. Your efforts and concern prove that there are still caring strangers in this world. Your tow rope and chain are at the Spedial Services Marina Office.

"Thank you to Port Services for your prompt action and to those men


who rescued us. Your determination, kindness and ability are a credit to yourselves add your command.
"And an elctra little thank you to the beautiful dolphins who swam with our boat until we were well underay again and made our children forget their fears of what had just happened.
"A heartfelt 'thank you' to all of you and may God bless you."

The Griffieth Family


Minnesota's two presidential candidates


ETI J.W. HOOPER RECEIVES HIS FIRST CLASS PROMOTION CERTIFICATE FROM
Cmdr. C.W. GNILDA, commanding officer, SIMA, during a recent advancement ceremony. (Official U.S. Navy photo.)


v ental depression affects more women


By Al Rossiter
UPI Science Editor
Nearly twice as many women as
men are treated for mental depression and three researchers say it appears that sex discrimination and continued stereotyping are responsible for the difference.

Dr. Elain Carmen, a psychiatrist at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, and two associates, said, "Societal institutions and norms maintain and reinforce the powerlessness and devaluation of women that are so destructive to their mental health."

They said a review of recent studies shows that biological, hormonal or genetic factors as currently understood are not enough to explain why more women than men experience depression.

Their report in the October issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry said it has been estimated that
to 30 percent of all women
rience depressive episodes,
en of moderate severity, at some point in their lives.

Carmen and Drs. Nancy Felipe Russo, a psychologist with the American Psychological Association, and Jean Baker Miller, a psychiatrist at Wellesley College, said American Society "is one of structured social inequality, in which

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there is an unequal distribution of rewards based on gender, race 'and class differences."
In addition, they said women's sense of identity is developed "within a framework that defines women as a devalued group."

The report said, "Boys are taught that success as a man is contingent on the assertive use of individual talents and skills to ensure autonomy and achievement."

It added, "Girls, however, are taught that the adult woman's success will be acquired only indirectly through the status of the male alliance she makes."

The researchers said that since men hold power and authority, women are rewarded for developing characteristics that accommodate and please men.

They said, "Such traits -- submissiveness, compliance, passivity, helplessness, weakness -- have been encouraged in women and incorporated into some prevalent psychological theories in which they are defined as innate or inevitable characteristics of women."

Carmen and colleagues said processes that mental health professionals consider desirable are not encouraged for women. They said behaviors such as inhibition, passivity and submissiveness play a role in the development of psychological problems.

The report said numerous population studies link mental illness with alienation, powerlessness and poverty -- "Conditions that accurately describe the status of many women."
The report added, "Given these
circumstances, it is not surprising that both the frequency and the patterns of illness presented to mental health professionals are vastly different for women and men."


ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)--Minnesota can boast two presidential candidates for 1984, but look for only one of them to announce his candidacy from the floor of the Minnesota State House.
That is where former Vice President Walter Mondale is expected to launch his bid in February.
Jackpine Bob Cary says he cannot be there--the ice fishing season is on.
Cary is the head of the Independent Fishermen's Party, managing editor of a weekly newspaper in the canoe country wilderness in northern Minnesota, and collector of 27 write-in votes in the election won by Ronald Reagan.
Cary is the sort of politician


with priorities. As he eloquently puts it, "If I left in the middle of ice fishing to make some dumb political statement down there, people would think I'd lost my sense of values."
The White House hopeful is also mindful of the cost of going to St. Paul, a matter of some importance because the Independent Fishermen's party does not accept federal campaign funds.
In 1980, his out-of-pocket expenses amounted to $27.50.
Saying he will go to St. Paul is premature, because the party has yet to hold its convention, and Cary says that will not happen until the weather gets so bad they cannot go ice fishing


Take your child along for free on TWA


Navy Newsgram, Jan. 8, 1983
Military dependents under 18 years of age may fly free on Trans World Airlines with adults using the military "Furlough Fare."
According to an airline spokesperson, one child under 18 may travel free when accompanied by an adult paying TWA's 50 percent military fare.
The Furlough Fare Program offers discounts of up to 65 percent on standard air fares for military personnel and theid dependents who travel at their own expense.
TWA's "Kids Fly Free" program began Jan. 10, 1983.


Travel must be completed by Mar. 26, 1983.

Most TWA flights to domestic cities are included, with the following exceptions:

--travel to and from Florida must be completed by Feb. 10.
--travel to and from Colorado must be completed Monday through Thursday.

--travel between New York City
and Los Angeles or San Francisco is permitted on one-stop or connecting flights only (no non-stops).


EM3 M.H. PAULSON (left) AND EM3 D.G. HODGSON POSE WITH CMDR. C.W. Gnilda, commanding officer, SIMA, who officiated at the recent ceremony during which the petty officers were frocked to their present rates.(Official U.S. Navy photo.)


gtmo dialogue






The Daily Gazette


Wednesday, January 12, 1983


Martin to coach Yankees for, third time


(UPI)--Billy Martin has returned and the Yankees have him.
The Yankees hope that this time the controversial manager can lead them back into contention in the Amercian League East. They finished in fifth place last season, 16 games behind the champion Milwaukee Brewers.
This will be Martin's third time as Yankee manager in eight years. Twice he was fired by George Steinbrenner.
Martin was fired as Oakland manager after last season with three years to run on his contract. He had his contract extended an additional two years at a hefty raise in salary to approximately $500,000 a year.
Last year the Yankees used three managers and still finished in fifth place in the division, four games under .500
"I'm happy to be back," says Martin, "this is where I started and this is where I'd like to end my career."


Martin said he felt his relationship with Steinbrenner, which has been strained in the past, would be much better in the future.
Steinbrenner decided to take
another chance on Martin because, as he sees it, Martin is "a proven winner."

Martin played with the Yankees in the 1950's and has been one of the most popular to wear the pinstripe. He was first hired in 1975. He led the team to the pennant in 1976 and the world championship in 1977.

But Martin was fired for remarks he made about Steinbrenner and star Reggie Jackson. He returned in June, 1979, but was fired again in October after an incident in a Bloomington, Minnesota, bar. Martin has also managed Minnesota, Detroit, and Texas and despite his reputation as the game's most controversial manager since Leo Durocher, he has had great success.


Marichalffavoredin Hall of Famevoting


(AP)--Juan Marichal is favored to become the newest member of baseball's Hall of Fame today. A sixtime 20-game winner with the San Francisco Giants, Marichal missed by only seven votes in last year's balloting. During his 16-year career, Marichal won 243 games and lost 142, a winning percentage of better than 63 percent.
Also expected to receive heavy support is Brooks Robinson, who is on the ballot for the first time. The slick-fielding third baseman

NCAA rejects plan
(UPI)--Those colleges with good basketball programs, but unable to afford powerhouse football teams, can rest easy. Delegates at the N.C.A.A. convention in San Diego defeated a proposal last night that would have tightened requirements for Division-I membership by requiring minimum attendance figures. The N.C.A.A. did approve tougher academic standards. Beginning in 1986, athletes are required to have a "C" average in basic college prep classes including mathematics, english, and science.

Misc.
$100 to any person with information that leads to the arrest or conviction of the individual who shot my dog with a pellet gun on 6 Jan. in my fenced-in yard at TK 31. 2458 AWH, 6383/7259 DWH.


For Sale
12' x 18' Ethan Allen carpeting, carmel with touches of brown and rust, $125; very old Spanish dining room set, table and five chairs, good condition, $550; yellow dinette, 4 chairs and table, $25; wooden high chair, $7. Call 2984. All prices are firm.

'75 boat, motor and trailer, 50 HP Johnson, CB, 2 anchors, gas tank, ;ladder, life vests and cushions, flares, skis and ski rope and more. Call 2395 AWH.

Black '58 Chevy Biscayne. It runs good with a straight six 250. But the body needs some work. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John.

Miniature poodle puppies--AKC registered, 7 weeks old, will be able to leave mother in one to two weeks. Please call 4807 AWE.


'76 Honda 90-excellent condition, runs well; Yachica FX-2 35 mm camera with flash attachment and case. Like new, please, call 4754 AT.

1975 Plymouth Duster, 318, power steering power brakes, air cond., automatic trans., bucket seats. Good condition. One owner asking $1500 call 3261 AT.


Safety Slogan;


of the Baltimore Orioles won 16 Gold Glove awards and was the American League's Most Valuable Player in 1964.
Slugger Harmon Killibrew, shortstop Luis Aparicio and pitcher Don Drysdale also should get a large number of votes, although they may fall short of the required 75 percent necessary for election.

Keg ler's 'K

by Peri Stammreich
To start the week off, I have two announcements to make. The first is that there will be a Scotch Doubles on Jan. 29--and the women's tournament is scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 20th.
We have two weeks scores for the ladies from the COMO League. On Dec. 14th, their highest score was a 165 which was bowled by Jan Carley, a 159 bowled by Jane Moshier and 153 bowled by Vickie Lnngton. Then on Jan. 4th, they did better. Marcia Allen had a 175, Donna Hollis had a 167 and then there were some in the 150s.


NFL
(AP)--Lynn Swann, the acrobatic receiver of the Pittsburgh Steelers is turning in his football cleats for a microphone. Swann announced yesterday he's retiring from pro football to become a fulltime broadcaster for A.B.C. on its weekly telecasts of the United States Football League. In nine years, Swann became the Steelers' all-time leader with 336 receptions for 5,462 yards and 51 touchdowns.


NBA
(UPI)--Playing before their first sellout crowd at the New Jersey Meadowlands, the Nets ran their winning streak to 10 games last night with a 110-96 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. Mickey Johnson had a season-high 32 points for the Nets and Buck Williams contributed 21 points and 21 rebounds.
Rickey Green scored 13 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter Tuesday night as the Utah Jazz bumped off the Kansas City Kings 106-98. Green put in back-to-back layups to give the Jazz the lead for good at 85-82.
Elsewhere in the N.B.A. last night it was:
New York 103 Golden State 79 Philadelphia 109 Atlanta 99 Phoenix 109 Chicago 96 San Antonio 109 Dallas 101 San Diego 105 Houston 97 Denver 131 Seattle 119

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For the Wed. Night Mixed League, Keith Whitworth had a'207, Jake Jacobson a 178 and a 175, Eddie Calara a 163 and Ben Ricks a 166. therscores were: Jim Qualls, 173; Jon Kafton, 178; Melissa Hill, 161 and Carrie Whitworth, a 163.

For the Freetimers, Cyndie Kennedy had a 181 and a 196 for a 528. Pam Easley had a 170, 174 and another 170 for a 514. Kathy Whittmer had a 155 and Pat Warren a 163.
That's all I have for this week. Hope to have a lot more next week. See you then.


classifieds

Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day.


1965 Pontiac Catalina reliable GTMO special, reasonable price. 4105 and leave name.

f'82 VHS Panasonic video-cassette recorder, three weeks old. Must sell. $425 firm. Call 6225/6209, ask for AN Campos. 1971 Opel Kadett Station-wagon, silver, 4-speed, rack and pinion steering fuel efficient. Drive two months on one tank of gas. One transmission, one spare drive line, two spare engines, four spare wheels and tires. $650 negotiable, call 4506 DWH ask for Baker.
"Mega" books, many more subjects! 29� to $6.95 takes them away! Discount dollar days, fer shurr!! Too much! Don't be left out in the cold with this "Caribe" special sale. Book Fair - U.S.A. -GTMO Baay!Refer to ads!..

One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275;
*9 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWE.

WantedCompetent person to babysit newborn, Monday-Friday beginning Feb. 2nd. Interested persons call Lauri at 3698 AT.

k before you drink
are you going to drive?


Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWE, ask for John.

A set of World Book Encyclopedias; a soft bed in good condition. Please call 4754 AT.

15" steel rim to fit Ford pick-up truck. Please call 2288 DWH/ 4268 AWH.
Now taking applications for bartender nights at Fleet Reserve Association. For more information call Kathy at 3426 days or 4453 nights. Buyers for books! Customers must be caring. We want them to have a loving home for a lifetime! Please refer to ads in Gazette and mddia mentions for full info on best Book Fair ever!!


DAILY ENEI


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College Basketball

(UPI)--Another top 10 college basketball team went down to defeat last night. Phil Cox gunned in 24 points to lead Vanderbilt to an 81-79 Southeastern Conference victory over 10th-ranked Alabama. Alabama trailed by as many as 23 points in the second half, and came up short after mounting a furious comeback. The loss gives Alabama a 9-3 record, and a 1-3 mark in S.E.C. play. Vanderbilt's record goes to 11-4 and 2-2 in the conference.
In other college basketball action, third-ranked St. John's got a game-high 29 points from David Russell en route to an 85-73 win over Connecticut. The Redmen have now won 14 games in a row, tying a school record.

Boxing'
(AP)--Boxer Tony Ayala will be arraigned today on charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault on a New Jersey woman. The World Boxing Association top-ranked Junior Middleweight contender is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail. He's also serving ten year's probation after pleading guilty to a 1978 assault against a Texas woman.


Golf Tournament

There will be a two-man, bestball golf tournament this Sunday. This tofirnament will be a blind draw, so you may play with who you
desire. Tee-off time is set at 9:00 a.m., and players must be signed up and paid prior to 8:30 a.m. The fee is $7 for nonmembers, and $5 for members.


Reef Raiders
ATTENTION SNORKLERS AND DIVERS: The Reef Raiders is attempting
to inventory all Reef Raider
gear and equipment. If you have
any items which belong to the Reef Raiders Dive Club, please deliver them to the Dive Shack
as soon as possible or call
2955 AWH for courtesy pick-up.
Your cooperation is appreciated.


GBYAA basketball

GBYAA New Season: GBYAA Youth
Basketball season gets underway on
Jan. 18 for six weeks. A double
elimination tournament will follow
the first week in March. GBYAA
next general meeting will take
place on Jan. 19 in the hospital
classroom.

Services
Responsible married couple who a..t unable to live together on base would like to house sit for someone going on leave or TAD. We will take very good care of your home. Contact Sgt. Walker at Explosive Ordnance Disposal detachment 4798/ 4720 DWH or PO Walker at Communications 3855/2277. We do have references.


Free
Assorted car parts to fit a 304 MI'C or Jeep. Includes block and other
parts. Call 2307 AWH. 4

Lost
From Windmill Beach, Sunday, Jan. 2nd, custom surfboard carrying case. Brown with rainbow stripe at center. Carrying handle. Reward--no questions asked. Call 3233 AWH ot 4642 DWH.

RGY usAGE

Electricity
DGallons Use: 242,200 KWH $24,352

00 Gallons Target: 23 ,690 KWH $23, 194


Total
$30,000
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Military-civilian pay could be frozen by budget cuts WASHINGTON (AP)--Workers who draw their paychecks from the federal government could find their salaries frozen as part of the war on the federal deficit. Sources say President Reagan is planning to ask Congress to impose such a pay freeze. The "Washington Post" says the president is also thinking of raising the age at which federal employees can retire and get full benefits, from 55 to 65. The government pay freeze would affect both civilian and military employees. The first indication of such a proposal came from Defense Secretary Weinberger. Weinberger announced that he is recommending an $8 billion reduction in planned defense spending during fiscal 1984. He said that some of ttwould be "personnel cost saya panel discussion in Washington, yesterday, Commerce Department ChiefEconomist RobertOrtner called the soaring national debt "a time bomb." He said the growing debt is News Digest TOKYO (UPI)--Ten-thousand Japanese farmers marched on the U.S. Embassy to protest American demands that Japan allow more agricultural imports. Beef and citrus top the list of U.S. farm products denied free access to Japanese markets, and farmers fear Prime Minister Nakasone will give in to U.S. demands to ease their import when he visits Washington next week. ISRAEL (AP)--U.S. Envoy Philip Habib arrived in Israel yesterday. He will meet with Prime Minister Begin tomorrow in a bid to break the stalemate over foreign troop withdrawals from Lebanon. MI, Fla. (UPI)--Explosions ripped ugh at least two businesses in mi's Little Havana section late last night. Police report an undetonated bomb was reported on the steps of the Cuban newspaper "Replica." Authorities report there were no fires and no one was injured. WASHINGTON (AP)--The nation's largest teachers union says a new proposal by Education Secretary T. H. Bell is a "gimmick." Bell is proposing creating a highly-paid "master teacher" position in elementary and secondary schools, to keep the best teachers from leaving the classroom for more lucrative jobs. Free Tate murderer? SACRAMENTO (UPI)--The mother of murdered actress Sharon Tate says she will present over 100,000 letters and signatures to California Parole Board officials today in her effort to keep one of her daughter's killers from freedom. Doris Tate opposes parole for Charles "Tex" Watson, the Manson Fly killer who hanged her daughfrom a rafter after she was O bed several times. not helping the economic recovery and that the longer the government waits to cut the deficit, the more difficult it will be to correct it. American consumers took on more debt than they paid off in November 1982. The government, which has been hoping for increased consumer spending to spur a recovery, said installment debt increased by $2.52 billion in November, after posting a decline in October. Much of the new debt was for auto loans. In the meantime, U.S. farmers are still facing insurmountable debts. Authorities in Springfield, Colo. are trying to head off a repeat of last week's violence at a farm foreclosure sale. Law officers from across the state have been asked to assist at a similar foreclosure sale today, and "bring riot gear if you have it." Two-hundred angry farmers tried to stop a foreclosure sale last week, but agriculture movement officials say nothing like that is planned this time. In London, Ohio, more than 100 farmers are promising to block a sheriff's sale of Doug Dailey's farm Friday. Efforts to renegotiate his $400,000 debt failed yesterday. President Reagan says "help is on the way" for farmers. He unveiled a package of farm aid programs yesterday in Dallas at the National Convention of the American Farm Bureau Association. President Reagan is confronting a vacancy in Washington WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan apparently faces another vacancy in his cabinet. Administration officials say Richard Schweiker, Secretary of Health and Human Services, has decided to resign. Sources say President Reagan has already chosen a new secretary, Margaret Heckler. She is a Republican from Massachusetts who served in Congress, but was defeated in her re-election bid last November. In other news from Capitol Hill, members of the president's panel on Social Security Reform have been meeting with White House Aides and the word is that the panel is close to an agreement on some suggestions for giving the ailing Social Security system a boost. Among the possibilities are delays in cost-of-living increases in benefits, and higher social security taxes for some workers. And the Justice Department is urging President Reagan not to sign a bill creating a cabinet-level position responsible for fighting illegal drugs. The number-three official of the Justice Department says the bill is "irresponsible and possibly unconstitutional." Finally, after several months of efforts to dismiss her, the Reagan Administration has fired Maxine Savitz, its top expert on energy conservation. TE DI GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 8 Wednesday, January 12, 1983 U.S. companies make pacts with China SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)--An agreement for a joint food production and marketing venture has been signed by the world's largest canning company and the People's Republic of China. Robert Fox, president of Del Monte, says his firm would work with Shanghai Foodstuff Industry Association to "cooperate in the worldwide foods business." Del Monte would provide agricultural, manufacturing and packaging expertise, while China would grow, process and package the products for export. As part of the agreement, Fox said, Del Monte will assist the People's Republic of China in developing an experimental farm in Shanghai, which will introduce new crop varieties and improved agricultural practices. Meanwhile, Atlantic Richfield has become the first U.S. oil firm to drill for oil and gas in waters off Mainland China. 'GTMO Dialogue' correction for Jan.11 Yesterday's "Gazette" ran a "GTMO Dialouge" thanking the Military Airlift Command for its role in rescuing the Altice baby last week. The baby was actually transported in a Naval Air Station, Guantanamo Bay C-12, which left the runway one hour and 30 minutes after NAS was notified. It would have taken a MAC MEDEVAC flight more than six hours to reach NAS. Some of the personnel who played a role in the mission were the plane's pilots, Lt. Cmdr. Frank Newner and Lt. Cmdr. Ed Fiebig and their aircrewman ABHC Mike Spellissy. The Beechcraft Aerospace representatives at NAS had the aircraft ready to fly in short order. The C oast Guard Aviation Detachment helped coordinate the flight's arChevy's new 'Vette' DETROIT (UPI)--The latest word on General Motors' troubled Corvette is that the re-styled version will finally be introduced on the West Coast late in March and in the rest of the country by April. The re-designed "Vette" will carry a 1984 emblem, along with a price tag as high as $26,000. This is the first time in 15 years that Chevrolet has done a complete re-design for the Corvette. It was to have been ready last November or December, but Chevrolet delayed because quality standards for several components were not being met. Some of the problems included the electronically-controlled transmission and the new digital instrumentation panel. rival at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station, Opalocka, Fla. Finally, GTMO's Red Cross representative, Gene Marks, was involved throughout the course of the preparations. The efforts of this team of professionals once again brought a happy ending to what could have been a tragedy. Well done to them all! Household items for Burned-out family Many organizations on base have expressed an interest in assisting Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid recover from the total loss of their house in the Cuban trailer park, Saturday. At the recommendation of the Cuban Community Club and in coordination with the Chaplain's Office, Lt. Glasser, Cuban Affairs Officer, will coordinate cash collection and presentations. To date, the Fil-Am Club, the Cuban Community Club, the Club Latino the Socializers, the Naval Air Station and the Sugar Bear Disco have expressed interest in helping the Reids. Members of these and other organizations are asked to contact their club officials for details. Group officers are requested to contact Lt. Glasser at 4817 or 6349 by Friday to coordinate efforts. The base chapel is organizing a collection of needed household goods for the Reids. Prospective donors of goods are asked to contact the Chaplain's Office at 4555 for further details. The Glomar Java Sea, a floating drillship owned by Global of Houston, has begun drilling ARCO's first exploratory well about 35 miles south of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. The targeted depth is more than 12,000 feet. Last September, ARCO China, a subsidiary of Atlantic Richfield and Sante Fe International, signed a contract with China National Offshore Oil to explore for and produce oil and gas in a 3,500 square-mile area. Officials report the pact with China National could last as long as 35 years, depending on developments. 'Wild' gunman loose MEMPHIS (UPI)--Police have surrounded a house in the Memphis suburb of Frayser where several police led by a gunman are holding an officer hostage. The incident began last night when police tried to serve an arrest warrant for shopligting on 26-year-old "Lynn" Sanders. Shots broke out. One officer was hit in the jaw, a second was bashed on the head with a bun butt and a third was jumped by people in the house and taken captive. The wounded officer is listed in serious condition. Early today, police evacuated a five-block area surrounding the house. Sanders reportedly used a police walkie-talkie to scream obscenities at negotiators trying to talk him out. IMPACT IMPACT this evening at 6 p.m. on TV-8 will feature Kathy Rohe of Old Dominion University, Susan Murray of Florida Junior College and Hampton Institute, and Sharlees Collabas of Los Angeles Metropolitan College. They will discuss the programs offered by their respective schools in the coming term. Tune in and get your questions on courses, registration and tuition assistance answered. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY Your electric stove is an ener_y gobbler! Red hot burners heat as much air as they do food. Set the temperature correctly. Water boils at 212 degrees, no more, no less. Don't steam up your kitchen for nothing! Turn down the heat. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?

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Page 2 Chapel Notes THE PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL have rescheduled their January meeting to Jan. 12 vice Jan. 5. The meeting will be held at the home of Marilyn Doherty at Center Bargo 1160 at 7 p.m. BREAK THOSE BEGINNING-OF-THE-WEEKblahs. Join our Buffet by the Bay. The Catholic Women's Guild invites all ladies of the parish, especially new ones, to this potluck salad luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Yacht Club. Bring a salad--nothing too fattening for those New Year's resolutions. Come for fellowship the entire time or for part of the time. Contact Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT or Colleen Zeek at 3130 AWH for transportation or more info. Club Activities THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club this Sunday, Jan. 16. The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Ham Shack, which is located in Hobbyland by the ceramics building. Election of new club officers is scheduled to take place; therefore, all club members are urged to attend. New amateurs recently reporting onboard that wish to join the club may do so prior to the start of the meeting. For further information contact: Wes Smith at Ext. 2647DWH or 3148AWH. THE NAVAL STATION OWC IS HAVING their monthly meeting at the COMO Club on Jan. 12. 6:30 p.m. -Wine in the Lobby, 7 p.m. -Dinner in the Dining Room. The speaker for the evening will be Elaine Burlison on "Weather", followed by the election of officers (nominations from the floor welcomed). Reservations to: Ginger Hillyer at 4882 DWH or Norma White at 3240. Cancellations must be made by 4 p.m. on Jan. 10 or you will be charged. The Library. Another of your benefits. Have you used it lately? "First of all, sir, the men appredate the fact that you're trying to develop a youthful image ." GAZETTE Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard. .Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed .Public Affairs Staff Supervisor JO1 Ron Rust .Managing Editor J03 Lee Holloway .News Editor J03 Michael Page .Sports Editor Ms. Susan Junkins. .Production Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the ulesuan regulations for shpa udustati e unewspupe as tutlitd it NAVEmOS P-35 uand udurthe directton of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed fivetime wtt weekly u a utaermet expense outguvarnme uiapmetrt the Nuvy Pbahtionustanuud Prtnting Static Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of COeAVBASE or the Department of the Navy. The Daily Gazette Sp ATTENTION ALL YOU INTELLIVISION FOOTball fanatics: Karen Douthett, Leeward Point Seabee Queen Candidate, is sponsoring an Intellivision Football Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Barracks #623, 2nd Deck Lounge, (that's on Leeward Point) starting at Noon. Entrants fee is $5.00, cash prizes will be awarded. So all of you "Arm Chair Quarterbacks" who think you are good, come on out and have some fun. You just might win some bucks. Contact Karen at 6226 DWH or 3616 AWNH to get your name on the list. See you Saturday. LET 1983 BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!!!! Dancercize "can do"--revitilize and "midacize" that figure! No sagging shapes or spirits for us. Reap rave reviews w/that all new you. Caribbean Arts & Crafts Workshop will show the way at reasonable rates ($15 per month -all it takes! 12 classes) and new, exciting, yet "ease in" routines. Lots of times to choose from so what are you waiting for!? You're worth it and we dare to care & cure that case of "Blob-blues." Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 AT. Participants are being sought for the "History of Black America" fashion show scheduled for Feb. 18. Join in celebrating Black History Month by lending a hand. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Call Lucille Stone at 6457. THE DEER PARK ZOO: THERE WILL BE A monthly meeting of the Zoo Committee at 10 a.m., Sat., Jan. 15, at the Zoo. Members and anyone interested in the zoo are welcome. Children are welcome and there will be an opportunity to feed and pet the animals. ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT PHASING EFFECT on E-4 entitlements (NAVOP 129/82): In accordance with NAVOP 129/82, due to the uncertainties in the funding level of the military pay account by Congress in Fiscal Year 1983 Defense Appropriation Bills, personnel who are newly selected for advancement to paygrade E-4 and are scheduled to transfer on permanent change-ofstation orders prior to the effective date of advancement will not be entitled by law to receive the increase in travel and household goods entitlements. Situations in which the revised advancement dates would impose a hards'iip, commands should contact the appropriate detailers by message requesting modification/delay in executing PCS orders. Every effort will be made to accommodate personnel concerned. commit bulletin Community announcements ma office through Guard MailS to the Public Affairs Offi Building. Deadline for p previous working day. Bona ments will be accepted an will be published at least cretion of the Public Aff that discriminate on the b and color or national orig THE W. T. SAMPSON P.T.0. WILL CONduct a three-topic discussion for parents of young children. The topics, "Childbirth," "Naturalization" and "Reading to Children", will be presented by three guest speakers on Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in classroom B-1 at the W. T. Sampson Elementary School. All parents are invited to attend this informative P.T.O. meeting. CAR WASH: THE SPANISH II CLASS OF W. T. Sampson High School will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, Jan. 15th, in front of the Navy Exchange Laundromat, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The proceeds will be used to help defray the cost of a class trip to Puerto Rico. Come on out and give your support to this worthwhile endeavor, and get your car cleaned in the process. THE NEXT MEETING OF THE W.T. SAMPSON Elementary School Advisory Committee will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 2:15 in Room B-1 of the school. Special guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, D.C. Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch. Mrs. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. The public is cordially invited to attend. ATTENTION BABIES: EXPERIENCING UNEXpected problems with breastfeeding? Want to meet other breast-fed babies and compare notes? Come to the next meeting of the Breastfeeding Support Group, where you can hear some interesting tips and share the benefits of your experience. Come to TKl3 on Thursday, Jan. 20th, at 7:30 p.m., or call Jackie at 2434. P.S. Bring your moms, too. W.T. SAMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HAS found it necessary to deviate from the previously published master schedule and have Records Day--Jan. 21, which will coincide with the High School. Therefore, there will be no school on Jan. 21. All students will attend school for their normal schedules on Jan. 24. THE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AUCTION IS coming soon! Do you have a special talent that you would like to donate? We're looking for anything from a catered meal to a free boat ride; free piano lessons to free swimming lessons. Help a deserving student receive the opportunity for further education. Call in your donation today! For more information call Mary Beth Bennet at 4239 or Debbie Pomfret at 2601. THE MARINE MINI MART IS INTRODUCING a new line of ethnic cosmetics. They are one of the newest line of ethnic products that we will be carring at all times. So four our ethnic patrons on base, come to the Marine Mini Mart today and take care of all your cosmetic needs. Also, keep looking for the rest of your ethnic products at the Marine Mini Mart. They will be coming in very soon. THERE WILL BE A LIQUIDATION SALE OF excess rental items (high chairs, strollers, crib mattresses, etc.), also books and misc. items at the old Treasure & Trivia building located next to the Navy Exchange on Saturday, Jan 15th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EL ANONIMO DEL ALCOHOL ES EL compaiterismo del hombre y la mujer quienes comparten sus experiencias, sus fuerzas y esperanzas, para poder resolver sus problemas comunes y al final poder,ayudar a otros recobrarse del alcoholismo. El unico requesito para poder ser miembro es el dieseo de parar de tomar bebida alcoholicas. No hay ninguna cuota ni deuda para poder ser miembros; somos nueatro sosten por nuestra propia contribucion. Si tienes algtn problema con el alcohol, y deseas para de tomar bebida alcoholicas, llama al 4748 AT, 3205 AT, 2511 AT o de 8-9 p.m. llama al 2604. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A FELLOWSHIP of men and women who share their experiences, strengths aid hopes with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to st6p drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. We are self-supporting through our contributions. If you are having a problem with alcohol and desire to stop, call 4648AT, 3205AT, 2511AT or between 8-9 p.m., call 2604. 0 0 GTMO'S JUST RECEIVED RED-HOT, FAT, fast and fresh off the presses to the pages and the public--over 2,000 books for our "Consumer Consumption." But, available only at the Book Fair for all "Bay Babies", both big and little -Kthru 6th! Sports make you smile?!? Sample soccer, football or baseball! How about sitting down w/some sizzling science fiction!? Horse books, even!? Every subject, A to Z, is here and easy to find! Reasonable prices low rates for this precious pulp! Book Fair '83--the big event this year at the elementary school's Multi-Purpose room. Mark your calendar now! Friday, Jan. 14, from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan 15, from 9-11 a.m. We aim to please! Wviand aid e9'le Saturday, Jan. 29, 1983 9 a.m. -12 noon Children's toys Paperbook books Children's/Adult's clothing & shoes Special Kiddie Tree House Shopping (Prices 1C to 25C) All proceeds will go to purchasing supplies for the Nursery School. nityEducation Note board v be sent to the Gazette THE GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT Stop #53 or hand carried (GED) test is a series of five ce in the COMNAVBASE Admin tests: writing skills, social ublication is 9 a.m. the studies, science, reading skills, fide emergency announceand mathematics. The tests are y time. Announcements given every Monday morning in the once a week at the disNavy Campus classroom, Bldg. AV-34, airs Staff. Activities McCalla Hill. To be scheduled to asis of race, creed, sex take the CEO, please call the Navy (in will not be accepted. Campus Office, EXT 4769. The GED is free to active duty personnel. ecial Announcements Wednesday, January 12, 1983 I n

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Wednesday, January 12, 1983 The Daily Gazette Avast ye swabs! Have yuh ever heard of Tuition Assistance? That there program picks up most uh the tab on yuhr schoolin', ifn yuh apply fer it. Here's the information right out uh the book: "The Tuition Assistance Program provides financial assistance to eligible naval personnel who attend institutions of higher learning on a voluntary off-duty basis. Those personnel in paygrades E-5 through E-9 with less than 14 years of active duty can get 90 percent assistance, while all other members can h Page 3 get 75 percent." That there seems tuh me tuh be uh pretty deal. Yuh git the education and ole Uncle Sam picks up most uh the tab. Ifn yuhr interested, contact the Educational Services ffice or yuhr kayreer counselor. Nuff said' 9tJ (L-R)--EN2 C.E. BIRETZ, MM2 L. ROSARIO, EN2 D.H. BERLIN POSE AFTER being recently advanced to their present rates. Cmdr. C.W. Gnilka, commanding officer, SIMA, officiated at the ceremony. (Official *U.S. Navy photo.) "This is a note of thanks to those who helped rescue us this past Saturday when our boat was beached by rough waves. Thank you to the family in the tan motor boat. Your efforts and concern prove that there are still caring strangers in this world. Your tow rope and chain are at the Special Services Marina Office. "Thank you to Port Services for your prompt action and to those men who rescued us. Your determination, kindness and ability are a credit to yourselves add your command. "And an ektra little thank you to the beautiful dolphins who swam with our boat until we were well underway again and made our children forget their fears of what had just happened. "A heartfelt 'thank you' to all of you and may God bless you." The Griffieth Family Minnesota's two presidential candidates ETl J.W. HOOPER RECEIVES HIS FIRST CLASS PROMOTION CERTIFICATE FROM Cmdr. C.W. GNILDA, commanding officer, SIMA, during a recent advancement ceremony. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) M ental depression affects more women By Al Rossiter UPI Science Editor Nearly twice as many women as men are treated for mental depression and three researchers say it appears that sex discrimination and continued stereotyping are responsible for the difference. Dr. Elain Carmen, a psychiatrist at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, and two associates, said, "Societal institutions and norms maintain and reinforce the powerlessness and devaluation of women that are so destructive to their mental health." They said a review of recent studies shows that biological, hormonal or genetic factors as currently understood are not enough to explain why more women than men experience depression. Their report in the October issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry said it has been estimated that to 30percent of all women rience depressive episodes, en of moderate severity, at some point in their lives. Carmen and Drs. Nancy Felipe Russo, a psychologist with the American Psychological Association, and Jean Baker Miller, a psychiatrist at Wellesley College, said American Society "is one of structured social inequality, in which What can I do to prevent my bicycle S from being stolen? The most important is to lock it with a chain to an immovable object. Bicycle Safety there is an unequal distribution of rewards based on gender, race ,and class differences." In addition, they said women's sense of identity is developed "within a framework that defines women as a devalued group." The report said, "Boys are taught that success as a man is contingent on the assertive use of individual talents and skills to ensure autonomy and achievement." It added, "Girls, however, are taught that the adult woman' s success will be acquired only indirectly through the status of the male alliance she makes." The researchers said that since men hold power and authority, women are rewarded for developing characteristics that accommodate and please men. They said, "Such traits -submissiveness, compliance, passivity, helplessness, weakness -have been encouraged in women and incorporated into some prevalent psychological theories in which they are defined as innate or inevitable characteristics of women." Carmen and colleagues said processes that mental health professionals consider desirable are not encouraged for women. They said behaviors such as inhibition, passivity and submissiveness play a role in the development of psychological problems. The report said numerous population studies link mental illness with alienation, powerlessness and poverty -"Conditions that accurately describe the status of many women." The report added, "Given these circumstances, it is not surprising that both the frequency and the patterns of illness presented to mental health professionals are vastly different for women and men." ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)--Minnesota can boast two presidential candidates for 1984, but look for only one of them to announce his candidacy from the floor of the Minnesota State House. That is where former Vice President Walter Mondale is expected to launch his bid in February. Jackpine Bob Cary says he cannot be there--the ice fishing season is on. Cary is the head of the Independent Fishermen's Party, managing editor of a weekly newspaper in the canoe country wilderness in northern Minnesota, and collector of 27 write-in votes in the election won by Ronald Reagan. Cary is the sort of politician with priorities. As he eloquently puts it, "If I left in the middle of ice fishing to make some dumb political statement down there, people would think I'd lost my sense of values." The White House hopeful is also mindful of the cost of going to St. Paul, a matter of some importance because the Independent Fishermen's party does not accept federal campaign funds. In 1980, his out-of-pocket expenses amounted to $27.50. Saying he will go to St. Paul is premature, because the party has yet to hold its convention, and Cary says that will not happen until the weather gets so bad they cannot go ice fishing Take your child along for free on TWA Navy Newsgram, Jan. 8, 1983 Military dependents under 18 years of age may fly free on Trans World Airlines with adults using the military "Furlough Fare." According to an airline spokesperson, one child under 18 may travel free when accompanied by an adult paying TWA's 50 percent military fare. The Furlough Fare Program offers discounts of up to 65 percent on standard air fares for military personnel and theid dependents who travel at their own expense. TWA's "Kids Fly Free" program began Jan. 10, 1983. Travel must be completed by Mar. 26, 1983. Most TWA flights to domestic cities are included, with the following exceptions: --travel to and from Florida must be completed by Feb. 10. --travel to and from Colorado must be completed Monday through Thursday. --travel between New York City and Los Angeles or San Francisco is permitted on one-stop or connecting flights only (no non-stops). EM3 M.H. PAULSON (left) AND EM3 D.G. HODGSON POSE WITH CMDR. C.W. Gnilda, commanding officer, SIMA, who officiated at the recent ceremony during which the petty officers were frocked to their present rates. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) gtmo dialogue A u _x woo i a E :r' .a ,, .Y ; .~ -; E

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by Peri Stammreich To start the week off, I have two announcements to make. The first is that there will be a Scotch Doubles on Jan. 29--and the women's tournament is scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 20th. We have two weeks scores for the ladies from the COMO League. On Dec. 14th, their highest score was a 165 which was bowled by Jan Carley, a 159 bowled by Jane Moshier anid 153 bowled by Vickie Longton. Then on Jan. 4th, they did better. Marcia Allen had a 175, Donna Hollis had a 167 and then there were some in th 150s. (AP)--Juan Marichal is favored to become the newest member of baseball's Hall of Fame today. A sixtime 20-game winner with the San Francisco Giants, Marichal missed by only seven votes in last year's balloting. During his 16-year career, Marichal won 243 games and lost 142, a winning percentage of better than 63 percent. Also expected to receive heavy support is Brooks Robinson, who is on the ballot for the first time. The slick-fielding third baseman NCAA rejects plan (UPI)--Those colleges with good basketball programs, but unable to afford powerhouse football teams, can rest easy. Delegates at the N.C.A.A. convention in San Diego defeated a proposal last night that would have tightened requirements for Division-I membership by requiring minimum attendance figures. The N.C.A.A. did approve tougher academic standards. Beginning in 1986, athletes are required to have a "C" average in basic college prep classes including mathematics, english, and science. Misc. $100 to any person with information that leads to the arrest or conviction of the individual who shot my dog with a pellet gun on 6 Jan. in my fenced-in yard at TK 31. 2458 AWH, 6383/7259 DWH. For Sale 12' x 18' Ethan Allen carpeting, carmel with touches of brown and rust, $125; very old Spanish dining room set, table and five chairs, good condition, $550; yellow dinette, 4 chairs and table, $25; wooden high chair, $7. Call 2984. All prices are firm. '75 boat, motor and trailer, 50 HP Johnson, CB, 2 anchors, gas tank, ladder, life vests and cushions, flares, skis and ski rope and more. Call 2395 AWH. Black '58 Chevy Biscayne. It runs good with a straight six 250. But the body needs some work. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. Miniature poodle puppies--AKC registered, 7 weeks old, will be able to leave mother in one to two weeks. Please call 4807 AWH. '76 Honda 90-excellent condition, runs well; Yachica FX-2 35 mm camera with flash attachment and case. Like new, please. call 4754 AT. 1975 Plymouth Duster, 318, power steering power brakes, air cond., automatic trans., bucket seats. Good condition. One owner asking $1500 call 3261 AT. Think before you drink are you going to drive? Martin to coach Yankees for third time "' College Basketball Wednesday, January 12, 1983 (UPI)--Billy Martin has returned and the Yankees have him. The Yankees hope that this time the controversial manager can lead them back into contention in the Amercian League East. They finished in fifth place last season, 16 games behind the champion Milwaukee Brewers. This will be Martin's third time as Yankee manager in eight years. Twice he was fired by George Steinbrenner. Martin was fired as Oakland manager after last season with three years to run on his contract. He had his contract extended an additional two years at a hefty raise in salary to approximately $500,000 a year. Last year the Yankees used three managers and still finished in fifth place in the division, four games under .500 "I'm happy to be back," says Martin, "this is where I started and this is where I'd like to end my career." Martin said he felt his relationship with Steinbrenner, which has been strained in the past, would be much better in the future. Steinbrenner decided to take another chance on Martin because, as he sees it, Martin is "a proven winner." Martin played with the Yankees in the 1950's and has been one of the most popular to wear the pinstripe. He was first hired in 1975. He led the team to the pennant in 1976 and the world championship in 1977. But Martin was fired for remarks he made about Steinbrenner and star Reggie Jackson. He returned in June, 1979, but was fired again in October after an incident in a Bloomington, Minnesota, bar. Martin has also managed Minnesota, Detroit, and Texas and despite his reputation as the game's most controversial manager since Leo Durocher, he has had great success. Marichalfavored in Hall of Famevoting 1965 Pontiac Catalina reliable GTMO special, reasonable price. 4105 and leave name. '82 VHS Panasonic video-cassette recorder, three weeks old. Must sell. $425 firm. Call 6225/6209, ask for AN Campos. 1971 Opel Kadett Station-wagon, silver, 4-speed, rack and pinion steering fuel efficient. Drive two months on one tank of gas. One transmission, one spare drive line, two spare engines, four spare wheels and tires. $650 negotiable, call 4506 DWH ask for Baker. "Mega" books, many more subjects! 29Q to $6.95 takes them away! Discount dollar days, fer shurr!! Too much! Don't be left out in the cold with this "Caribe" special sale. Book Fair -U.S.A. -GTMO Bay! Refer to ads! One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; 69 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWH. Wanted Competent person to babysit newborn, Monday-Friday beginning Feb. 2nd. Interested persons call Lauri at 3698 AT. Safety Slogan, of the Baltimore Orioles won 16 Gold Glove awards and was the American League's Most Valuable Player in 1964. Slugger Harmon Killibrew, shortstop Luis Aparicio and pitcher Don Drysdale also should get a large number of votes, although they may fall short of the required 75 percent necessary for election. NFL (AP)--Lynn Swann, the acrobatic receiver of the Pittsburgh Steelers is turning in his football cleats for a microphone. Swann announced yesterday he's retiring from pro football to become a fulltime broadcaster for A.B.C. on its weekly telecasts of the United States Football League. In nine years, Swann became the Steelers' all-time leader with 336 receptions for 5,462 yards and 51 touchdowns. NBA (UPI)--Playing before their first sellout crowd at the New Jersey Meadowlands, the Nets ran their winning streak to 10 games last night with a 110-96 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. Mickey Johnson had a season-high 32 points for the Nets and Buck Williams contributed 21 points and 21 rebounds. Rickey Green scored 13 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter Tuesday night as the Utah Jazz bumped off the Kansas City Kings 106-98. Green put in back-to-back layups to give the Jazz the lead for good at 85-82. Elsewhere in the N.B.A. last night it was: New York 103 Golden State Philadelphia 109 Atlanta Phoenix 109 Chicago San Antonio 109 Dallas San Diego 105 Houston Denver 131 Seattle 79 99 96 101 97 119 (UPI)--Another top 10 college basketball team went down to defeat last night. Phil Cox gunned in 24 points to lead Vanderbilt to an 81-79 Southeastern Conference victory over 10th-ranked Alabama. Alabama trailed by as many as 23 points in the second half, and came up short after mounting a furious comeback. The loss gives Alabama a 9-3 record, and a 1-3 mark in S.E.C. play. Vanderbilt's record goes to 11-4 and 2-2 in the conference. In other college basketball action, third-ranked St. John's got a game-high 29 points from David Russell en route to an 85-73 win over Connecticut. The Redmen have now won 14 games in a row, tying a school record. Boxing (AP)--Boxer Tony Ayala will be arraigned today on charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault on a New Jersey woman. The World Boxing Association top-ranked Junior Middleweight contender is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail. He's also serving ten year's probation after pleading guilty to a 1978 assault against a Texas woman. Golf Tournament There will be a two-man, bestball golf tournament this Sunday. This tournament will be a blind draw, so you may play with who you desire. Tee-off time is set at 9:00 a.m., and players must be signed up and paid prior to 8:30 a.m. The fee is $7 for nonmembers, and $5 for members. Reef Raiders ATTENTION SNORKLERS AND DIVERS: The Reef Raiders is attempting to inventory all Reef Raider gear and equipment. If you have any items which belong to the Reef Raiders Dive Club, please deliver them to the Dive Shack as soon as possible or call 2955 AWH for courtesy pick-up. Your cooperation is appreciated. GBYAA basketball GBYAA New Season: GBYAA Youth Basketball season gets underway on Jan. 18 for six weeks. A double elimination tournament will follow the first week in March. GBYAA next general meeting will take place on Jan. 19 in the hospital classroom. Services Responsible married couple who aunable to live together on base would like to house sit for someone going on leave or TAD. We will take very good care of your home. Contact Sgt. Walker at Explosive Ordnance Disposal detachment 4798/ 4720 DWH or PO Walker at Communications 3855/2277. We do have references. Free Assorted car parts to fit a 304 AMC or Jeep. Includes block and other parts. Call 2307 AWH. Lost From Windmill Beach, Sunday, Jan. 2nd, custom surfboard carrying case. Brown with rainbow stripe at center. Carrying handle. Reward--no questions asked. Call 3233 AWH ot 4642 DWH. GY USAGE Electricity Gallons Use: 242,200 KWH $24,352 0 Gallons Total $30,0C !t: $29,47 000 +70 Target: 230,690 KWH $23, 194 Water Condition Charge III For the Wed. Night Mixed League, Keith Whitworth had a 207, Jake Jacobson a 178 and a 175, Eddie Calara a 163 and Ben Ricks a 166. Other scores were: Jim Qualls, 173; Jon Kafton, 178; Melissa Hill, 161 and Carrie Whitworth, a 163. For the Freetimers, Cyndie Kennedy had a 181 and a 196 for a 528. Pam Easley had a 170, 174 and another 170 for a 514. Kathy Whittmer had a 155 and Pat Warren a 163. That's all I have for this week. e Hope to have a lot more next week. See you then. Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. A set of World Book Encyclopedias; a soft bed in good condition. Please call 4754 AT. 15" steel rim to fit Ford pick-up truck. Please call 2288 DWH/ 4268 AWH. Now taking applications for bartender nights at Fleet Reserve Association. For more information call Kathy at 3426 days or 4t53 nights. Buyers for books! Customers must be caring. We want them to have a loving home for a lifetime! Please refer to ads in Gazette and media mentions for full info on best Book Fair ever!! DAILY ENER ;ater Use: 900,000 $5,648 Target: 1,000,00 $6,276 Use: Target Keg ler's Kolumn classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. The Daily Gazette Page 4 0