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King's birthday

by Lt. J. T. Alloway
On Friday, Jan. 14 at 3:30 p.m. in the Base Chapel, Guantanamo Bay will join the nation and the world in celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Jan. 15, 1929-Apr. 4, 1968). This special observance will express recognition and support for the principles of human dignity and equal opportunity by which Dr. King lived and for which he died. All base personnel are cordially
invited to attend this special event. One hour of administrative leave will be authorized for those civilian employees who wish to attend. Military personnel may be granted special liberty.


It won't be in Canada
TROIT (UPI)--If Chrysler ever des to build a new diesel engine,
won't be built in Canada.
That is the official word from
Chrysler Vice President Thomas Miner.
In July, Chrysler received from the Canadian government, a pledge of $50,000,000 in financing if the diesel engine was built at the mothballed Windsor, Ontario plant just across the border from Detroit. But, with gasoline prices holding steady, Chrysler has put the diesel on the shelf. If it is ever taken down, production would be switched to Trenton, Mich.
Some observers say the decision is indirect retaliation because-of the 38-day strike by Canadian workers last year. 'The strike cost Chrysler $100,000,000.


m News


Digest

WASHINGTON (UPI)--The National Transportation Safety Board recommended yesterday that airlines take immediate steps to prevent crashes from ice buildup on Boeing 737 airRt. The recommendation came one
after an Air Florida jet crashed in a snowstorm into the Potomac River Jan. 13, 1982 killing 78 people.

MOSCOW (UPI)--American diplomats say Soviet negotiators told a group of U.S. lawmakers the Kremlin will consider destroying an undisclosed number of SS-20 missiles, if NATO abandons its plans to deploy mediumrange missiles in Europe. The Americans met Tuesday with the Soviet negotiators.

FLORIDA (AP)--As many as 2,000 blacktip sharks drove vacationers from the water along south Florida's beaches for the second day in a row, yesterday. A school of between 500 and 2,000 of the sharks showed up Tuesday at Hallandale Beach. It was not determined whether the sharks have moved on or still pose a menace.

WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan fired the head of the U.S. Arms Controland Disarmament Agency yesterday and replaced one of his top arms n~tiators. The major, high-level ,8-up follows months of political
*iighting.

TIMES BEACH, Mo. (UPI)--The Environmental Protection Agency says preliminary results of tests on debris from a flood show it does not contain dangerous amounts of dioxin.


Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Did you know that it takes 24
ounces of water to serve one 8
ounce glass? That's 8 ounces for
water and ice, 8 ounces to wash
the glass, and 8 ounces to rinse the glass. Energy is used to produce the water and the ice, to heat the water for washing, and
to operate the dishwasher.


ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?


Volume 38 Number 9


Thursday, January 13, 1983]


Raise taxes 'a little' or delay increases


WASHINGTON (AP)--Negotiations between the Blue-Ribbon panel on Social Security Reform and top White House officials have bogged down.
Republicans and Democrats cannot agree on how much the payroll tax should be raised, or how long this year's delay in cost-of-living increases should be.
The groups met for two hours Wednesday at Blair House across from the White House. When they broke off the private talks, they agreed to hold one more meeting Saturday morning. The reform commission is to complete its work that day.
After the session, Commission
Chairman Alan Greenspan said there was a "general understanding," but no final agreement.

Will helping teenager

by Michael Winfeld
Associated Press
The government reports one-quarter of the teenagers who wanted to work last month could not find a job.
That compares to a 10.8 percent overall unemployment rate in December.
Sources say President Reagan will propose a so-called "sub-minimum wage" to help reduce teen joblessness. Reagan reportedly wants to let employers pay teenagers working summer jobs a minimum wage of $2.50 per hour. That is 85� an hour less than the current minimum wage. Sources say the president will make the proposal in his state of the union address January 25.
The sub-minimum wage is supposed to encourage employers to hire teens, but critics fear it will work too well.
The president of the United
Steelworkers of America fears it will encourage employers to save money by replacing adult workers--


Republican Senator Robert Dole of Kansas said he is encouraged as long as the sides continue meeting.
Democratic Senator Daniel Moynihan of New York echoed those sentiments.
Congressman Claude Pepper did not attend yesterday's meeting, although he is a member of the commission. But Pepper says he and AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland sent a message to the negotiators saying, "We would just not go along with a six-month delay in the cost-of-living increase."
Pepper and other liberal. Democrats on the 15-member panel had previously offered to back a three-month delay in July's scheduled benefit increase which is expected to be about
5 percent.

�s hurt adult workers?

those who have to support families, with lower-paid teens.
Is a sub-minimum wage for teenagers a good idea?
Do you buy the argument that employers will replace adult workers with teenagers to save money?
Is there a better way to deal with teen unemployment?

Tons 'n tons of fruitWASHINGTON (UPI)--The Agriculture Department now estimates the nation's citrus farmers will harvest 14,000,000 tons of fruit this season, a 17 percent increase from last year.
Florida citrus trees were in good condition, but need additional rain, according to the report.
The Florida orange crop is expected to total 147,000,000 boxes, up 17 percent from last year.
The California crop is estimated at a record 68,000,000 boxes, 58 percent ahead of last year.


The Florida Democrat says a threemonth delay would cost the average beneficiary $60 and a six-month delay twice as much. He says, "A few dollars is a great deal" to many of the people who would be affected. Pepper adds that the Administration should be willing to increase the tax "a little bit."
But Republican Senator William
Armstrong of Colorado says he would be "very much surprised if the president could approve a package" relying on higher income and payroll taxes.

Revised travel reg.
by Spec. Rob Chastain
A revised travel regulation authorizes a VHA (Variable Housing Allowance) for a servicemember whose family returns to the United States prior to the end of the member's overseas tour.
A VHA is approved to help the
servicemember who is entitled to a basic allowance for quarters to defray housing costs when the average cost of housing exceeds the BAq by at least 15 percent.
It is authorized when government quarters are not assigned or occupiedjointly by the,member-an family.
Now eligible for VHA is the member stationed overseas whose family returns to the States to establish a permanent residence.
The VHA nrescribed for the 5tateside area where the family moves to will be used in determining the member's entitlement.
The servicemember will be entitled to a variable housing allowance at the "with dependent" rate beginning on the dav that one or more family members arrive at the location of their permanent residence.


Cuban Community Center welcomes all


by J03 Lee Holloway
GTMO's Cuban Community Center officially opened its doors Dec. 18, 1982. It is located on Bay Hill Road in the Cuban trailer park.
Felix Wilson, club manager, says the Center has been in the making for three years. He and his teenCUTTING THE RIBBON to officially open
the Cuban Community
Center are Capt.
Lou Fermo (left),
Public Works Officer, and Felix Wilson, club manager.
Looking on are Ms.
Evelyn Barbier and young Luisa Pazos.
The center will.
provide a place to hold classes, etc.
as well as a place
to socialize and
is open to all.


age son, Dennis Miller, a senior at W. T. Sampson High School, did a great deal of the labor that was required to get the building in shape.
Wilson says the Center will serve a dual purpose. "It will give people a place to go, to hold


classes, to dance, to eat, to socialize," he says, "and the profits will go to help Cuban people who have a problem."
"Other people here have places that help them, like Navy Relief, so why not Cubans, too?" he adds.
(The center made a cash contribution to Lucille and Selvin Reid, the couple who lost their home and possessions in a fire last Saturday.)
The Cuban Community Center is open to everyone. It is not just for Cubans. Wilson philosophizes, "If something happens, we will all die in the same area, so why not go to the same club?"
At the present time, the Center is used during the week for activities -.ch as dance/exercise classes.
Evelyn Barbier, a leader in the Cuban community. syvs the club is trying to promote other classes such as crocheting, knitting, etc., and a Spanish class is scheduled to begin in a few weeks.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
nights are reserved for socializing and Wilson is hoping to expand on what the club can offer in the way of refreshments.
Ms. Barbier again emphasized that the center's activities are available for all and she says, "I want everyone to come and take advantage of the things we can offer."


GAZETTE.


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Club Calendar
STAFF NCO
Jan. 14--Sugar Bear Jan. 15--Sugar Bear






COMO
Jan. 14--Sing along with Nick Goodman and Friends, 5-7 p.m.
Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m.
Endless Flyte, 9 p.m.
1 a.m.

Jan. 15--Endless Flyte, 9 p.m.
1a.m.

Jan. 16--Sunday Champagne Brunch,
10:30 a.m.
Sundae Night at the Movies,
6:30 p.m.


CPO

Jan.


13--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. at
Ye Olde Goat Loc'r Lounge


Jan. 14--Rocking Doc, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m
Rocking Doc, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m

WINDJAMMER

Jan. 14--Graphic Expression, 8 p.m.
to Midnight

Jan. 15--Graphic Expression, 8 p.m.
to Midnight

Jan. 16--Open House Bingo, 2:30 p.m.

Club Activitie.s

THE MARINE ENLISTED WIVES CLUB WILL be having a TACO and BURRITO sale on Friday, Jan. 14, from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the Marine Barracks Bus Stop. Come on by for a great lunch.

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: W;es Smith at Ext. 2647DWH or 3148AWH.

THE GTMO OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING for January has been postponed until February. Further info will be mailed out.

e ATTENTION GTMO
*Community: Got a new camera for
Christmas? Want
to learn more about its uses and
film processing? The Photo Reflex Club is offering a Black & White course to be held on Jan. 16th, 22nd, 23rd and 29th. For more information call Joan Baker at 3121 AWH.






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 1o be construed as official or as reflecting the views of C ONAVBASE or the Departent of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette




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b.ulletin 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.


ALL RESIDENTS OF THE GUANTANAMO BAY Community are invited to participate in a gift shower for Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid, whose home was recently destroyed by fire. The shower will be held at the home of Chaplain and Mrs. Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point at 3 p.m. this Sunday. For additional information, call the Chaplain's Office at 4555/4550.

TODOS LOS RESIDENTES DE GUANTANAMO communidad se invitado participar en unas regalos a chorro para Senor y Senora Selvin Reid, quienes casa fue destruido reciente por fuego. Los regalos a chorro sera dado en la casa de Capellan y Senora Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point a las tres de la tarde este Domingo.. Para mas informacion, llama la officina de la capellan a 4555/4550.




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.




W. T. SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY


Committee: The next meeting of the W. T. Sampson High School Advisory Committee will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. in Room 8 of the High School. Special guest speaker will be Ms. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, DC Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch Ms. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. Also in attendance will be Commander Douglas, Base Schools Officer, Ms. Gladys Haynie, Education Program Administrator for the Island Schools, and Mr. Steve Motta, Chief of the Education Division, Washington, DC Headquarters of the Dependent Schools. All parents are urged to attend.

AEROBICS, ANYONE? ABSOLUTELY, AND the action's at Caribbean Arts & Crafts Workshop, so catch the fitness fever! Get dancercized today for a firmer, more toned tomorrow. Takes only $15 per month or $2 a separate session. Classes are constant - M, W, & TH evenings from
7 - 8 p.m. and mornings on T & TH from 9 - 10 a.m. and Sat from 10 11 a.m. So sizzle to soul, get jazz w/pizzazz, disco w/a difference, "Boz blues" and Rip-up R & RI! Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 anytime!


gggufo Januaryg f


Community Calendar

Jan. 13--PTO Meeting, 7:30 p.m. at
Elem. Multi-Purpose room. Jan. 14--Book Fair, 7-9 p.m. at
Elem. Multi-Purpose room.
Martin Luther King birthday
service, 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 15--Book Fair, 9-11 a.m. at
Elem. Multi-Purpose room. Jan. 28--Cuban-American Friendship
Day


ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before
2 9 p.m. and 7230 after
p.m.

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 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-i at the W. T. Sampson Elementary School. All parents are invited to attend this informative P.T. O. meeting.

TRAVELERS RECEIVING EXCESS TRAVEL advances notifications are reminded they have 20 days from date of notice to repay the excess amount in full. In accordance with current directives, travelers not responding to such notice will be subject to a one time pay checkage on the subsequent payday from repayment deadline. In the case of civilian travelers a request for one time pay checkage will be submitted to the Fleet Accounting and Disbursing Center, Atlantic, (FAADCLANT). Order writing activities and travelers are requested to reduce the administrative burdon of overadvance travel collections.


Chapel


Note


" T G I F ". THE PLEASANT SURROUNDings of the Hook coffee house are open Friday and Saturday from 7 - 11 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 - 9 p.m. Drop by for music and conversation, table games, and, of course, a variety of coffees for your tasting.


Education Note

BASIC PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSFS: THIS Old Dominion University Communications Course (3 credits) is designed to make the interested amateur photographer a competent photographer. You will gain an understandiig of available lighting and electronic sunshine, artistic elements, composition, and how to avoid indecent exposure. You will be introduced to your own mysterious photographic eye while learning 'bout camera handling, preventive maintenance, films, filters, and body control. Basic Photographic Processes should be an enjoyable challenge for those camera bugs desiring to be photographically enlarged. Limited class enrollment. Student must provide own 35 mm camera and pay an extra fee for materials used in the class. Instructor: *D. Groendyke. For further details contact Katy Rohe at 4307 or 4748.


Thursday, December 13,1983


Somebody Goofed I


Utl Y VIOLATIONS DON'T JUST HAPPEN ... SOMEBODY CAUSES THEM !


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.

THE SPECIAL SERVICES MOVIE INFORMAtion recording is out of order at the present time. Upon reparation of the system, the public will be promptly informed. DON'T FORGET! TREASURE & TRIVIA IS currently located at the Teen Center across from the Chief's Club on Sherman Ave. Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Friday and the first Saturday of each month. All proceeds go to charitable organizations on base.


0 IRRESISTABLE E.T. HAS
something exciting to call
, home about! Book Fair
'83 - GTMO Bay! Garfield
4 gains weight in GTMO while
Tom Sawyer takes a trip
down our way. Bundles &
EEbunches; batches of book
at bargain basement
prices! Oh, so bodacious!
Elementary Multi-Purpose
V Room - two days only!
This Friday evening,
Jan. 14th, 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 15th, 9-11 a.m. K-8th subject age range. Be There!

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.















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 1� to 25)

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



Phone bills due 21st


TELEPHONE BILLS FOR JANUARY WILL BE late due to the holidays. The final date for payment of the January bills has been extended to close of business day, Friday, Jan. 21st.


Special Announcements


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Thursday, December 13, 1983


From the Police Blotter


(Significant police activity for the

week of-Jan.3 -Jan. 9 1983




NOTE: IN ADDITION TO ACTIONS NOTED, CASES HAVE
BEEN REFERRED TO THE CRIMINAL INVEST GATION DIVISION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESfIGATORS
AS APPROPRIATE

WINDWARD


Monday, Jan. 3
* Disobeying a lawful order - driving under supension
--Base policeman recognized Navy E-3 driving under suspension, placed
subject under apprehension and released him to his command
* Possession of a controlled substance - base police received a call from
a Petty Officer stating he detained an individual he believed to be in s session of marijuana
'--Marijuana found: base police placed E-3 under apprehension.

Tuesday, Jan. 4
* Accident with injuries - call received reporting accident, a sevenyear-old girl had ridden her bike into the side of an auto on Radio Point
--Girl treated for bump on the head and minor scratches
Wednesday, Jan. 5 - No significant activity
Thursday, Jan. 6
* Suspected DUI, excessive speed, attempt to elude police officer,
possession of paraphernalia- patrol unit reported pursuit of speeding
vehicle. When vehicle stopped, the driver, a Navy E-2, smelled strongly of alcohol and had difficulty with field sobriety test. At police headquarters, a pack of rolling papers was found in suspect's back pocket.
--Suspect given blood alcohol check at USNH and released to his command
Friday, Jan. 7 - No significant activity
Saturday, Jan. 8
* Fire reported in Cuban trailer park
--Base fire department dispatched
* Consumption of alcohol by a minor, drunk and disorderly, resisting
detention - dependent son walked in front of patrol unit at Windmill Beach.
When attempt was made to detain him, suspect fled but was caught.
--Suspect taken to headquarters where he was released to his parents.
Sunday, Jan. 9
* Disrespect to a Petty Officer - While collecting liberty cards of
personnel whose liberty was being cancelled, one individual referred to
the Duty Chief of Police in a disrespectful manner
--Suspect, a Navy E-2, was apprehended and later released to his
command
* Drunk- anddisorderly - call received from UEPH that an- individual was.
intoxicated and creating a disturbance
* --Police dispatched and placed suspect, a Navy E-3, under apprehension.
His command requested individual be detained overnight and provided
cell watch.

LEEWARD

Tuesday, Jan. 4
* Possession and trafficking of controlled substance - during routine
customs check of flight returning from Kingston, a Navy E-4 was found to
be in possession of marijuana
--Suspect apprehended, released to NIS


The Daily Gazette


RECENTLY FROCKED TO THEIR PRESENT RATE ARE (LEFT TO RIGHT), FIRST ROW: DP3 Robert M. Ratte and DS2 Beverly D. Pettigrew. Second row: DPI
-Mary K. Strieklen, MSI Dennis L. Munson and DSI Gerald-R. Jacobson. Back row: SK2 Javier Soulas and EW2 Timothy W. McGill.




Utmo dialogue


"I would like to say thank you to all the men and women of Leeward Point who were so thoughtful and generous to myself and my family when I received the news of the death of my father.
"Also, a speial thanks to Lt.
Clark for handling my EML papers so


quickly and the Leeward Point 1st Class Association for the beautiful flowers that were sent.
"Again, thank you for making this difficult time a little easier for
me.
ADI Stanley A. Stone


Wednesday, Jan. 5
* Violation of a lawful order - call received of Club. On arrival police found a Navy E-2 who had ance of NAS XO's orders not to consume alcohol on
--Suspect apprehended, released to NAS OOD.


possible drunk at SPO been drinking in defibase


Naval Civilian Personnel Job Openings
Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. 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.


ANNOUNCEMENTS


09-83-B 45-83-A 29-83-C

* -83-A

65-83 64-83 66-83 67-83


POSITION AND GRADE


Plumber Helper, LWG-4206-5 Heavy Mobi Equip Mechanic, WG/LWG-5803-08/09 Electrician, LWG-2805-10 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) Sheetmetal Helper, LWG3806-05 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) Secretary (Typing), GS-31804/5
Travel Clerk, GS/LGS-2132-4 Library Aid, GS/LGS-1411-2
(PT) Two Positions


CLOSING DATE
20 January 1983 20 January 1983


COMMAND
PWD
PWD


20 January 1983 PWD


20 January 1983 20 January 1983


PWD

Commissary


20 January 1983 PSD 20 January 1983 ADMIN Library


Industrial Engineering Tech 20 January 1983 SIMA GS-895-10/11


The following positions are permanent registers;


Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl)
Firefighter (Structural), PS OPEN 081-03
Telephone Operator, GS/LGS- OPEN 382-02/3


All Commands Fire Dept PWD Utili


APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS:


NAF-21-82
17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-25-82
NAF-47-82 NAF-42-82


CLUB HOST, Ps-o85-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02


CLUBS
All Commands
CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS INT CLUBS


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LEGALMAN PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS MICHAEL HUME WAS REENLISTED BY THE BASE Staff Judge Ad ocate, Cmdr. Callagher, for two more years. The ceremony was performed ec. 16 in the courtroom (Official U.S. Navy photo).



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MASTER AT ARMS PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS MICHAEL BUTLER WAS REENLISTED BY the Commander of the U.S. Naval Base in Cuantanamo Bay, Cuba, Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, for four more years. His wife, Erica, looks on with other members of the Naval Station Security Department. (Official U.S. Navy photo).


X, RAWGE






"You're right, Sarge-this is better than
'Space I nvaders'!"


18-83

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Thursday, January 13, 1983


Parish sparks Celtics past Warriors, 139-117


(UPI)--Danny Ainge and Quinn Buckner Houston's James Bailey was ecombined for 20 points in a third- jected in the third quarter when College Basketball quarter burst, and Robert Parish he tossed a punch at San Diego's added 33 points last night to lead Bill Walton, who remained in the (UPI)--North Carolina State's the Boston Celtics to a 139-117 game. San Diego is now 9-27 while basketball team suffered a severe win over the Golden State Warriors. Houston dropped to 5-30. blow last night when Dereck WhitAinge finished with 20 points, Reggie Theus came off the bench tenburg broke his right ankle about and Buckner with 16. and pumped in 30 points to help 4:30 into the second half of the
The Celtics built a 43-33 first the Chicago Bulls down the Cleve- Virginia game. quarter lead with Parish scoring land Cavaliers 98-96. 15 points and Larry Bird adding The New Jersey Nets posted a As coach Jim Valvano put it, nine of his 17. Golden State came club record llth consecutive "losing Whittenburg is akin to back in the second period behind triumph by tripping the Indiana losing Ralph Sampson." Joe Barry Carroll, who netted nine Pacers 120-114. of his season-high 37 points. Mark lavaroni dropped in a pair The 19th-ranked Wolfpack got 27
Rookie Terry Cummings and veteran of free throws with five seconds points from Whittenburg in the Lionel Hollins combined for 54 left to cap a final-period rally first half and opened a 16-point points to led the San Diego Clip- that gave the Philadelphia 76ers lead over Virginia. With Whittenpers to a 105-97 victory over the their ninth straight win, 122-121 burg sidelined, the second-ranked Houston Rockets last night. over the Milwaukee Bucks. Cavaliers rallied behind Sampson
Cummings tossed in 31 points and Elsewhere in the N.B.A., Dallas for an 88-80 victory. Sampson 16 rebounds while Hollins added beat San Diego 112-110, and Denver had 33 points and 21 rebounds. 23 points to pace the Clippers. outscored Utah 126-118. Elsewhere in college basketball, eighth-ranked Louisville coasted
Oilers embarrass Black Hawks at home to a 91-76 win over Duke. North
Carolina, ranked l1th, squeaked
(AP)--The Chicago Black Hawks posted ton's goal midway through the final by Maryland 72-71; 13th-ranked the best record in the National period broke a 4-4 tie,. Houston nipped T.C.U., 54-51; Hockey League through the first In other hockey action last 15th-ranked Missouri trounced half of this season by playing tight night it was: Northern Iowa, 91-62; Michigan defense. But last night at the Winnipeg 5 N.Y. Rangers 5 upset 16th-ranked Minnesota, Chicago stadium, the Edmonton Minnesota 7 Pittsbuzrgh 0 63-58, and 17th-ranked Villanova Oilers humiliated the Hawks, 10-4. Buffalo 2 Quebec 1 turned back Pittsburgh, 66-48. It was the most goals given up by
the Hawks since November 26th,
1980, when the Oilers whipped Opening day for youth basketball Tuesday
Chicago 10-3 in Edmonton. Wayne
Gretzky, Pat Hughes and Paul As the opening day of the Youth a. Schedule of Events: Tuesday, Coffey each scored twice for the Basketball Program approaches we Jan. 18, 1983 Oilers last night. would like to ask for yur partici- 5:15 p.m. - Welcome and IntroducKent Nilsson scored three goals pation and remarks to start the sea- tions by Buck Benton
last night and the Calgary Flames son off again this year. 5:20 p.m. - Remarks by Captain scored a 6-4 win over the Vancouver The following items of interest Sherer Canucks. The game saw a third- and schedule are provided for your 5:30 p.m. - Captain Sherer to period fight spill over into the use should you or your c( esignated start games with ball toss arena corridors, and it had to representative be able fIo partici- b. Location: Special Services be broken up by security guards. pate in the opening cere monies: Courts in front of the Issue Desk. Nilsson's first goal came 52 seconds into the second period and the c. Points of Interest: Flames went up 2-0 12 seconds *11 Teams, 88 kids, 60 oys and 28 girls later when Phil Russell's shot was *Two Divisions - Junior Division, ages 9-11; 7 teams redirected by Ed Beers. Senior Division, ages 12-14, 4 teams Having a player score three *Six-week Season - 12 gmes each in the Junior Division goals is usually a guarantee of a 6 ga es each in the Senior Division win, but it didn't work out that *Double Elimination Tournament at the end of the season way for Toronto. John Anderson *Trophies will be given to the Division winners, medals will be given to of the Leafs had three goals, but the first and second p ace tournament winners the visiting Boston Bruins left *Participation Certificates and patches go to each child regardless of town with a 6-4 win. Rick Middle- how their team finished
*Awards will be presente at the end of the tournament for the two divisions - Mar. A for the enior Division
F SMar. 5 for the unior Divisinn
100 cc Kawasaki, runs good, $350. All GBYAA programs stre s good teers and more parent participation Call Ens. Real at 4849 DWH or 3574 sportsmanship and learnin through is needed as the handful of parents participation. All members of this that have ran most of the programs Sears 25" color TV, console type, organization from coaches Tto the here in GTMO near the end of thier needs $40-$50 electrical work, $35; president of the GBYAA are volun- tours. two end tables and small coffee -


table, $15 each or $35 for the set; 10-piece sectional, tan, w/square coffee table, $550 w/wo coffee table. Must sell by Jan. 17. Call 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH and ask for Chris.
Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono capabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Force series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17.
'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.
Miniature poodle puppies--AKC registered, 7 weeks old, will be able to leave mother in one to two weeks. Please call 4807 AWH.

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

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.

"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 Bay! Refer to ads!

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Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office.
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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.


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My dog is gone. She's a Siberian husky. Her name is Tundra. She's
two years old and she's white, black
and gray. Her family misuses her
very much. If you have any information of her whereabouts, please call
us at 2966 AT.

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


Wanted
Somebody to cut grass. Call 4691/ 4693 and ask for Steve or leave a
number.
gilance at the wheel is the
price of traffic safety.


Babysitter for two children, ages
2 and 10 months, for working couple. Prefer Granadillo Circle but will consider other areas. Phone 4220 DWH or 2873 AWH.
Competent, person to babysit newborn, Monday-Friday beginning Feb. 2nd. Interested persons call Lauri at 3698 AT.

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!!


Baseball '
(UPI)--This year's vote for baseball's Hall of Fame was, in the words of newly-elected Brooks Robinson, "a blow for defensive players."
A .267 lifetime hitter, Robinson was voted into the Cooperstown shrine along with pitcher Juan Marichal, a six-time, 20-game winner for the San Francisco Giants.
Robinson played 23 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles, winning 16 Gold Gloves for defensive excellence during his illustrious career.
Only the 14th player elected in his first year of eligibility, Robinson received 344 votes compared to 313 for Marichal. Slugger Harmon Killebrew, fifth on the alltime home run list, missed by 12 votes.


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


Services

We want your body! ..... to be beautiful, firm, fine, & flexible? So get physical! Try dancercize for a definite change of shape!!

I am looking for someone who needs a housesitter or would sponsor my wife for a visit in March. I am from Tennessee - my wife from Colombia, S.A. We have no children. Would be willing to compensate for any inconvenience. Contact P01 Newport, Comptroller Dept. at 4411
DWH.

Free
Assorted car parts to fit a 304 A11C or Jeep. Includes block and other parts. Call 2307 AWH.


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Golf fournament
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.


Guantanamo Bay Reef Raiders is
compiling a list of all Divemasters Instructors aboard the base for use* by its members and potential members. If you are interested in being placed on this club list, please contact Pat Foresman at 3349 AWH, or leave word at the Dive Shack at 4762 DWH.

NFL
(UPI)--Los Angeles quarterback Bert Jones will undergo surgery Monday to correct a disc problem that is causing numbness in his left arm and hand. Although the operation could jeopardize his career, Jones says he plans to be in training camp when it opens in May.




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King's birthday by Lt. J. T. Alloway On Friday, Jan. 14 at 3:30 p.m. in the Base Chapel, Guantanamo Bay will join the nation and the world in celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Jan. 15, 1929-Apr. 4, 1968). This special observance will express recognition and support for the principles of human dignity and equal opportunity by which Dr. King lived and for which he died. All base personnel are cordially invited to attend this special event. One hour of administrative leave will be authorized for those civilian employees who wish to attend. Military personnel may be granted special liberty. It won't be in Canada D TROIT (UPI)--If Chrysler ever des to build a new diesel engine, won' t be built in Canada. That is the official word from Chrysler Vice President Thomas Miner. In July, Chrysler received from the Canadian government, a pledge of $50,000,000 in financing if the diesel engine was built at the mothballed Windsor, Ontario plant just across the border from Detroit. But, with gasoline prices holding steady, Chrysler has put the diesel on the shelf. If it is ever taken down, production would be switched to Trenton, Mich. Some observers say the decision is indirect retaliation because of the 38-day strike by Canadian workers last year. The strike cost Chrysler $100,000,000. News Digest WASHINGTON (UPI)--The National Transportation Safety Board recommended yesterday that airlines take immediate steps to prevent crashes from ice buildup on Boeing 737 airt. The recommendation came one after an Air Florida jet crashed in a snowstorm into the Potomac River Jan. 13, 1982 killing 78 people. MOSCOW (UPI)--American diplomats say Soviet negotiators told a group of U.S. lawmakers the Kremlin will consider destroying an undisclosed number of SS-20 missiles, if NATO abandons its plans to deploy mediumrange missiles in Europe. The Americans met Tuesday with the Soviet negotiators. FLORIDA (AP)--As many as 2,000 blacktip sharks drove vacationers from the water along south Florida's beaches for the second day in a row, yesterday. A school of between 500 and 2,000 of the sharks showed up Tuesday at Hallandale Beach. It was not determined whether the sharks have moved on or still pose a menace. WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan fired the head of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency yesterday and replaced one of his top arms n tiatoro. The major, high-level -up follows months of political fighting. TIMES BEACH, Mo. (UPI)--The Environmental Protection Agency says preliminary results of tests on debris from a flood show it does not contain dangerous amounts of dioxin. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE' S RESPONSIBILITY Did you know that it takes 24 ounces of water to serve one 8 ounce glass? That's 8 ounces for water and ice, 8 ounces to wash the glass, and 8 ounces to rinse the glass. Energy is used to produce the water and the ice, to heat the water for washing, and to operate the dishwasher. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? ETUE DLY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba [Volume 38 Number 9 Thursday, January 13, 1983 Raise taxes 'a little' or delay increases WASHINGTON (AP)--Negotiations between the Blue-Ribbon panel on Social Security Reform and top White House officials have bogged down. Republicans and Democrats cannot agree on how much the payroll tax should be raised, or how long this year's delay in cost-of-living increases should be. The groups met for two hours Wednesday at Blair House across from the White House. When they broke off the private talks, they agreed to hold one more meeting Saturday morning. The reform commission is to complete its work that day. After the session, Commission Chairman Alan Greenspan said there was a "general understanding," but no final agreement. Republican Senator Robert Dole of Kansas said he is encouraged as long as the sides continue meeting. Democratic Senator Daniel Moynihan of New York echoed those sentiments. Congressman Claude Pepper did not attend yesterday's meeting, although he is a member of the commission. But Pepper says he and AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland sent a message to the negotiators saying, "We would just not go along with a six-month delay in the cost-of-living increase." Pepper and other liberal Democrats on the 15-member panel had previously offered to back a three-month delay in July's scheduled benefit increase which is expected to be about 5 percent. Will helping teenagers hurt adult workers? by Michael Winfeld Associated Press The government reports one-quarter of the teenagers who wanted to work last month could not find a job. That compares to a 10.8 percent overall unemployment rate in December. Sources say President Reagan will propose a so-called "sub-minimum wage" to help reduce teen joblessness. Reagan reportedly wants to let employers pay teenagers working summer jobs a minimum wage of $2.50 per hour. That is 85q an hour l'ss than the current minimum wage. Sources say the president will make the proposal in his state of the union address January 25. The sub-minimum wage is supposed to encourage employers to hire teens, but critics fear it will work too well. The president of the United Steelworkers of America fears it will encourage employers to save money by replacing adult workers-those who have to support families, with lower-paid teens. Is a sub-minimum wage for teenagers a good idea? Do you buy the argument that employers will replace adult workers with teenagers to save money? Is there a better way to deal with teen unemployment? Tons 'n tons of fruit WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Agriculture Department now estimates the nation's citrus farmers will harvest 14,000,000 tons of fruit this season, a 17 percent increase from last year. Florida citrus trees were in good condition, but need additional rain, according to the report. The Florida orange crop is expected to total 147,000,000 boxes, up 17 percent from last year. The California crop is estimated at a record 68,000,000 boxes, 58 percent ahead of last year. The Florida Democrat says a threemonth delay would cost the average beneficiary $60 and a six-month delay twice as much. He says, "A few dollars is a great deal" to many of the people who would be affected. Pepper adds that the Administration should be willing to increase the tax "a little bit." But Republican Senator William Armstrong of Colorado says he would be "very much surprised if the president could approve a package" relying on higher income and payroll taxes. Revised travel reg. by Spec. Rob Chastain A revised travel regulation authorizes a VHA (Variable Housing Allowance) for a servicemember whose family returns to the United States prior to the end of the member's overseas tour. A VHA is approved to help the servicemember who is entitled to a basic allowance for quarters to defray housing costs when the average cost of housing exceeds the BAO by at least 15 percent. It is authorized when government quarters are not assigned or occupied jointly by the memberand famfly. 'ow eligible for VHA is the member stationed overseas whose family returns to the States to establish a permanent residence. The VHA prescribed for the Stateside area where the family moves to will be used in determining the member's entitlement. The servicemember will be entitled to a variable housing allowance at the "with dependent" rate beginning on the day that one or more family members arrive at the location of their permanent residence. Cuban Community Center welcomes all by J03 Lee Holloway GTMO's Cuban Community Center officially opened its doors Dec. 18, 1982. It is located on Bay Hill Road in the Cuban trailer park. Felix Wilson, club manager, says the Center has been in the making for three years. He and his teenCUTTING THE RIBBON to officially open the Cuban Community Center are Capt. Lou Fermo (left), Public Works Officer, and Felix Wilson, club manager. Looking on are Ms. Evelyn Barbier and young Luisa Pazos. The center will provide a place to hold classes, etc. as well as a place to socialize and is open to all. age son, Dennis Miller, a senior at W. T. Sampson High School, did a great deal of the labor that was required to get the building in shape. Wilson says the Center will serve a dual purpose. "It will give people a place to go, to hold I classes, to dance, to eat, to socialize," he says, "and the profits will go to help Cuban people who have a problem." "Other people here have places that help them, like Navy Relief, so why not Cubans, too?" he adds. (The center made a cash contribution to Lucille and Selvin Reid, the couple who lost their home and possessions in a fire last Saturday.) The Cuban Community Center is open to everyone. It is not just for Cubans. Wilson philosophizes, "If something happens, we will all die in the same area, so why not go to the same club?" At the present time, the Center is used during the week for activities a
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Page 2 Club Calendar STAFF NCO Jan. 14--Sugar Bear Jan. 15--Sugar Bear UW COMO Jan. 14--Sing along with Nick Goodman and Friends, 5-7 p.m. Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Endless Flyte, 9 p.m. 1 a.m. Jan. 15--Endless Flyte, 9 p.m. 1 a.m. Jan. 16--Sunday Champagne Brunch, 10:30 a.m. Sundae Night at the Movies, 6:30 p.m. The Daily Gazette Thursday, December 13, 1983 co bul Community office thr to the Pub Building. previous ments will will be pu cretion of that disc and color Jan. 13--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. at Ye Olde Goat Loc'r Lounge Jan. 14--Rocking Doc, 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Rocking Doc, 9 p.m. -1 a.m. WINDJAMMER Jan. 14--Graphic Expression, 8 p.m. to Midnight Jan. 15--Graphic Expression, 8 p.m. to Midnight Jan. 16--Open House Bingo, 2:30 p.m. Club Activities THE MARINE ENLISTED WIVES CLUB WILL be having a TACO and BURRITO sale on Friday, Jan. 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Marine Barracks Bus Stop. Come on by for a great lunch. 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: Ues Smith at Ext. 2647DWH or 3148AWH. THE GTMO OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING for January has been postponed until February. Further info will be mailed out. ATTENTION GTMO Community: Got a new camera for Christmas? Want to learn more about its uses and film processing? The Photo Reflex Club is offering a Black & White course to be held on Jan. 16th, 22nd, 23rd and 29th. For more information call Joan Baker at 3121 AWH. TUMJ-E D1ltY 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 of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the vies of COMAVBASE or the Department of the Navy. ALL RESIDENTS OF THE GUANTANAMO BAY Community are invited to participate in a gift shower for Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid, whose home was recently destroyed by fire. The shower will be held at the home of Chaplain and Mrs. Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point at 3 p.m. this Sunday. For additional information, call the Chaplain's Office at 4555/4550. TODOS LOS RESIDENTS DE GUANTANAMO communidad se invitado participar en unas regalos a chorro para Senor y Senora Selvin Reid, quienes casa fue destruido reciente por fuego. Los regalos a chorro sera dado en la casa de Capellan y Senora Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point a las trees de la tarde este Domingo. Para mas informacion, llama la officina de la capellan a 4555/4550. 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. W. T. SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY Committee: The next meeting of the W. T. Sampson High School Advisory Committee will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. in Room 8 of the High School. Special guest speaker will be Ms. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, DC Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch. Ms. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. Also in attendance will be Commander Douglas, Base Schools Officer, Ms. Gladys Haynie, Education Program Administrator for the Island Schools, and Mr. Steve Motta, Chief of the Education Division, Washington, DC Headquarters of the Dependent Schools. All parents are urged to attend. AEROBICS, ANYONE? ABSOLUTELY, AND the action's at Caribbean Arts & Crafts Workshop, so catch the fitness fever! Get dancercized today for a firmer, more toned tomorrow. Takes only $15 per month or $2 a separate session. Classes are constant -M, W, & TH evenings from 7 -8 p.m. and mornings on T & TH from 9 -10 a.m. and Sat from 10 11 a.m. So sizzle to soul, get jazz w/pizzazz, disco w/a difference, "Boz blues" and Rip-up R & R!! Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 anytime! noJanuar Caend Community Calendar Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 13--PTO Meeting, 7:30 p.m. at Elem. Multi-Purpose room. 14--Book Fair, 7-9 p.m. at Elem. Multi-Purpose room. Martin Luther King birthday service, 3:30 p.m. 15--Book Fair, 9-11 a.m. at Elem. Multi-Purpose room. 28--Cuban-American Friendship Day ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before 1 9 p.m. and 7230 after p.m. 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 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. TRAVELERS RECEIVING EXCESS TRAVEL advances notifications are reminded they have 20 days from date of notice to repay the excess amount in full. In accordance with current directives, travelers not responding to such notice will be subject to a one time pay checkage on the subsequent payday from repayment deadline. In the case of civilian travelers a request for one time pay checkage will be submitted to the Fleet Accounting and Disbursing Center, Atlantic, (FAADCLANT). Order writing activities and travelers are requested to reduce the administrative burdon of overadvance travel collections. Chapel Note G I F ". THE PLEASANT SURROUNDings of the Hook coffee house are open Friday and Saturday from 7 -11 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 -9 p.m. Drop by for music and conversation, table games, and, of course, a variety of coffees for your tasting. Education NoteBASIC PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES: THIS Old Dominion University Communications Course (3 credits) is designed to make the interested amateur photographer a competent photographer. You will gain an understanding of available lighting and electronic sunshine, artistic elements, composition, and how to avoid indecent exposure. You will be introduced to your own mysterious photographic eye while learning 'bout camera handling, preventive maintenance, films, filters, and body control. Basic Photographic Processes should be an enjoyable challenge for those camera bugs desiring to be photographically enlarged. Limited class enrollment. Student must provide own 35 mm camera and pay an extra fee for materials used in the class. Instructor: D. Groendyke. For further details contact Katy Rohe at 4307 or 4748. 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. THE SPECIAL SERVICES MOVIE INFORMAtion recording is out of order at the present time. Upon reparation of the system, the public will be promptly informed. DON'T FORGET! TREASURE & TRIVIA IS currently located at the Teen Center across from the Chief's Club on Sherman Ave. Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Friday and the first Saturday of each month. All proceeds go to charitable organizations on base. o IRRESISTABLE E.T. HAS something exciting to call home about! Book Fair '83 -GTMO Bay! Garfield gains weight in GTMO while Tom Sawyer takes a trip down our way. Bundles & bunches; batches of book@ at bargain basement a prices! Oh, so bodacious! Elementary Multi-Purpose / Room -two days only! This Friday evening, Jan. 14th, 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 15th, 9-11 a.m. K-8th subject age range. Be There! 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. 1 can add fale 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 25() All proceeds will go to purchasing supplies for the Nursery School. Phone bills due 21st TELEPHONE BILLS FOR JANUARY WILL BE late due to the holidays. The final date for payment of the January bills has been extended to close of business day, Friday, Jan. 21st. mmunity Somebody Goofed! lein board A announcements may be sent to the Gazette rough Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried\ SECRET blic Affairs Office in the COMNAVBASE Admin Deadline for publication is 9 a.m. the working day. Bonafide emergency announcelbe accepted any time. Announcements published at least once a week at the disf the Public Affairs Staff. Activities timinate on the basis of race, creed, sex SECURITY VIOLATIONS DONT JUST HAPPEN or national origin will not be accepted. ..SOMEBODY CAUSES THEM Special Announcements

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Thursday, December 13, 1983 From the Police Blotter The Daily Gazette (Significant police activity for the week of Jan.3 -Jan. 9 1983 NOTE: IN ADDITION TO ACTIONS NOTED, CASES HAVE BEEN REFERRED TO THE CRIMINAL INVEST CATION DIVISION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESfIGATORS AS APPROPRIATE WINDWARD -95Monday, Jan. 3 Disobeying a lawful order -driving under supension --Base policeman recognized Navy E-3 driving under suspension, placed subject under apprehension and released him to his command Possession of a controlled substance -base police received a call from a Petty Officer stating he detained an individual he believed to be in possession of marijuana --Marijuana found; base police placed E-3 under apprehension. Tuesday, Jan. 4 Accident with injuries -call received reporting accident, a sevenyear-old girl had ridden her bike into the side of an auto on Radio Point --Girl treated for bump on the head and minor scratches Wednesday, Jan. 5 -No significant activity Thursday, Jan. 6 Suspected DUI, excessive speed, attempt to elude police officer, possession of paraphernaliapatrol unit reported pursuit of speeding vehicle. When vehicle stopped, the driver, a Navy E-2, smelled strongly of alcohol and had difficulty with field sobriety test. At police headquarters, a pack of rolling papers was found in suspect's back pocket. --Suspect given blood alcohol check at USNH and released to his command Friday, Jan. 7 -No significant activity Saturday, Jan. 8 Fire reported in Cuban trailer park --Base fire department dispatched Consumption of alcohol by a minor, drunk and disorderly, resisting detention -dependent son walked in front of patrol unit at Windmill Beach. When attempt was made to detain him, suspect fled but was caught. --Suspect taken to headquarters where he was released to his parents. Sunday, Jan. 9 Disrespect to a Petty Officer -While collecting liberty cards of personnel whose liberty was being cancelled, one individual referred to the Duty Chief of Police in a disrespectful manner --Suspect, a Navy E-2, was apprehended and later released to his command Drunk and disorderly -call received from 1EPH that an individual was intoxicated and creating a disturbance --Police dispatched and placed suspect, a Navy E-3, under apprehension. His command requested individual be detained overnight and provided cell watch. LEEWARD Tuesday, Jan. 4 Possession and trafficking of controlled substance -during routine customs check of flight returning from Kingston, a Navy E-4 was found to be in possession of marijuana --Suspect apprehended, released to NIS Wednesday, Jan. 5 Violation of a lawful order -call received of possible drunk at SPO Club. On arrival police found a Navy E-2 who had been drinking in defiance of NAS XO's orders not to consume alcohol on base --Suspect apprehended, released to NAS OOD. RECENTLY FROCKED TO THEIR PRESENT RATE ARE (LEFT TO RIGHT), FIRST ROW: DP3 Robert M. Ratte and DS2 Beverly D. Pettigrew. Second row: DPi Mary K. Strieklen, MS1 Dennis L. Munson and DS1 Gerald R. Jacobson. Back row: SK2 Javier Soulas and EW2 Timothy W. McGill. gtmo dialogue "I would like to say thank you to all the men and women of Leeward Point who were so thoughtful and generous to myself and my family when I received the news of the death of my father. "Also, a special thanks to Lt. Clark for handling my EML papers so quickly and the Leeward Point 1st Class Association for the beautiful flowers that were sent. "Again, thank you for making this difficult time a little easier for me." AD1 Stanley A. Stone LEGALMAN PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS MICHAEL HUME WAS REENLISTED BY THE BASE Staff Judge Advocate, Cmdr. Gallagher, for two more years. The ceremony was performed Dec. 16 in the courtroom (Official U.S. Navy photo). Naval Civilian Personnel Job Openings Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. 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. ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE 09-83-B Plumber Helper, LWG-4206-5 45-83-A Heavy Mobi Equip Mechanic, WG/LWG-5803-08/09 29-83-C Electrician, LWG-2805-10 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) -83-A Sheetmetal Helper, LWG3806-05 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) 65-83 Secretary (Typing), GS-31804/5 64-83 Travel Clerk, GS/LGS-2132-4 66-83 Library Aid, GS/LGS-1411-2 (PT) Two Positions CLOSING DATE 20 January 1983 20 January 1983 COMMAND PWD PWD 20 January 1983 PWD 20 January 1983 PWD 20 January 1983 Commissary 20 January 1983 PSD 20 January 1983 ADMIT Library Industrial Engineering Tech 20 January 1983 SIMA GS-895-10/11 The following positions are permanent registers; Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl) Firefighter (Structural), PS OPEN 081-03 Telephone Operator, GS/LGSOPEN 382-02/3 MASTER AT ARMS PETTY the Commander of the All Commands Fitzgerald, for four members of the Naval Fire Dept PWD Utili photo). APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 CLUBS All Commands CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS INT CLUBS OFFICER SECOND CLASS MICHAEL BUTLER WAS REENLISTED BY U.S. Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Capt. M. D. more years. His wife, Erica, looks on with other Station Security Department. (Official TJ.S. Navy Page 3 46-83 18-83 38-83 NAF-21-82 17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-25-82 NAF-47-82 NAF-42-82 G UN "Yo'reright, Sargs -this i ht terithain Space I nvaders'! ..

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Parish sparks Celtics past Warriors, 139-117[F (UPI)--Danny Ainge and Quinn Buckner combined for 20 points in a thirdquarter burst, and Robert Parish added 33 points last night to lead the Boston Celtics to a 139-117 win over the Golden State Warriors. Ainge finished with 20 points, and Buckner with 16. The Celtics built a 43-33 first quarter lead with Parish scoring 15 points and Larry Bird adding nine of his 17. Golden State came back in the second period behind Joe Barry Carroll, who netted nine of his season-high 37 points. Rookie Terry Cummings and veteran Lionel Hollins combined for 54 points to led the San Diego Clippers to a 105-97 victory over the Houston Rockets last night. Cummings tossed in 31 points and 16 rebounds while Hollins added 23 points to pace the Clippers. Houston's James Bailey was ejected in the third quarter when he tossed a punch at San Diego's Bill Walton, who remained in the game. San Diego is now 9-27 while Houston dropped to 5-30. Reggie Theus came off the bench and pumped in 30 points to help the Chicago Bulls down the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-96. The New Jersey Nets posted a club record 11th consecutive triumph by tripping the Indiana Pacers 120-114. Mark lavaroni dropped in a pair of free throws with five seconds left to cap a final-period rally that gave the Philadelphia 76ers their ninth straight win, 122-121 over the Milwaukee Bucks. Elsewhere in the N.B.A., Dallas beat San Diego 112-110, and Denver outscored Utah 126-118. Oilers embarrass Black Hawks at home (AP)--The Chicago Black Hawks posted the best record in the National Hockey League through the first half of this season by playing tight defense. But last night at the Chicago stadium, the Edmonton Oilers humiliated the Hawks, 10-4. It was the most goals given up by the Hawks since November 26th, 1980, when the Oilers whipped Chicago 10-3 in Edmonton. Wayne Gretzky, Pat Hughes and Paul Coffey each scored twice for the Oilers last night. Kent Nilsson scored three goals last night and the Calgary Flames scored a 6-4 win over the Vancouver Canucks. The game saw a thirdperiod fight spill over into the arena corridors, and it had to be broken up by security guards. Nilsson's first goal came 52 seconds into the second period and the Flames went up 2-0 12 seconds later when Phil Russell's shot was redirected by Ed Beers. Having a player score three goals is usually a guarantee of a win, but it didn't work out that way for Toronto. John Anderson of the Leafs had three goals, but the visiting Boston Bruins left town with a 6-4 win. Rick MiddleFor Sale 100 cc Kawasaki, runs good, $350. Call Ens. Real at 4849 DWH or 3574 AWH. Sears 25" color TV, console type, needs $40-$50 electrical work, $35; two end tables and small coffee table, $15 each or $35 for the set; 10-piece sectional, tan, w/square coffee table, $550 w/wo coffee table. Must sell by Jan. 17. Call 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH and ask for Chris. Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono capabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Force series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17. '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. Miniature poodle puppies--AKC registered, 7 weeks old, will be able to leave mother in one to two weeks. Please call 4807 AWH. Black '58 Chevy Biscayne. It runs good with a straight six 250. But Lhe body needs some work. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. 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. "Mega" books, many more subjects! 29G 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! ton's goal midway through the final period broke a 4-4 tie. In other hockey action last night it was: Winnipeg 5 Minnesota 7 Buffalo 2 N.Y. Rangers 5 Pittsburgh 0 Quebec 1 College Basketball (UPI)--North Carolina State's basketball team suffered a severe blow last night when Dereck Whittenburg broke his right ankle about 4:30 into the second half of the Virginia game. As coach Jim Valvano put it, "losing Whittenburg is akin to losing Ralph Sampson." The 19th-ranked Wolfpack got 27 points from Whittenburg in the first half and opened a 16-point lead over Virginia. With Whittenburg sidelined, the second-ranked Cavaliers rallied behind Sampson for an 88-80 victory. Sampson had 33 points and 21 rebounds. Elsewhere in college basketball, eighth-ranked Louisville coasted to a 91-76 win over Duke. North Carolina, ranked 11th, squeaked by Maryland 72-71; 13th-ranked Houston nipped T.C.U., 54-51; 15th-ranked Missouri trounced Northern Iowa, 91-62; Michigan upset 16th-ranked Minnesota, 63-58, and 17th-ranked Villanova turned back Pittsburgh, 66-48. Opening day for youth basketball Tuesday As the opening day of the Youth a. Sche Basketball Program approaches we Jan. 18, would like to ask for your partici5:15 p. pation and remarks to start the seatons by son off again this year. 5:20 p. The following items of interest Sharer and schedule are provided for your 5:30 p. use should you or your designated start ge representative be able to particib. Loca pate in the opening ceremonies: Courts in c. Points of Interest: *11 Teams, 88 kids, 60 boys and 28 girls dule of Events: Tuesday, 1983 m. -Welcome and IntroducBuck Benton m. -Remarks by Captain m. -Captain Sherer to es with ball toss tion: Special Services front of the Issue Desk. *Two Divisions -Junior Division, ages 9-11; 7 teams Senior Division, ages 12-14, 4 teams *Six-week Season -12 games each in the Junior Division 6 ganes each in the Senior Division *Double Elimination Tournament at the end of the season *Trophies will be given to the Division winners, medals will be given to the first and second place tournament winners *Participation Certificates and patches go to each child regardless of how their team finished *Awards will be presented at the end of the tournament for the two divisions -Mar. 4 for the Senior Division Mar. 5 for the Junior Division All GBYAA programs stress good sportsmanship and learning; through participation. All members of this organization from coaches to the president of the GBYAA are volun12' 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. Lost My dog is gone. She's a Siberian husky. Her name is Tundra. She's two years old and she's white, black and gray. Her family misses her very much. If you have any information of her whereabouts, please call us at 2966 AT. 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. Wanted Somebody to cut grass. Call 4691/ 4693 and ask for Steve or leave a number. Safety Slogan Vigilance at the wheel is the price of traffic safety. teers and more parent participation is needed as the handful of parents that have ran most of the programs here in GTMO near the end of thier tours. Babysitter for two children, ages 2 and 10 months, for working couple. Prefer Granadillo Circle but will consider other areas. Phone 4220 DWH or 2873 AWH. Competent. person to babysit newborn, Monday-Friday beginning Feb. 2nd. Interested persons call Lauri at 3698 AT. 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!! Baseball (UPI)--This year's vote f or baseball's Hall of Fame was, in the words of newly-elected Brooks Robinson, "a blow for defensive players." A .267 lifetime hitter, Robinson was voted into the Cooperstown shrine along with pitcher Juan Marichal, a six-time, 20-game winner for the San Francisco Giants. Robinson played 23 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles, winning 16 Gold Gloves for defensive excellence during his illustrious career. Only the 14th player elected in his first year of eligibility, Robinson received 344 votes compared to 313 for Marichal. Slugger Harmon Killebrew, fifth on the alltime home run list, missed by 12 votes. 0 Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. Services We want your body!.to be beautiful, firm, fine, & flexible? So get physical! Try dancercize for a definite change of shape!! I am looking for someone who needs a housesitter or would sponsor my wife for a visit in March. I am from Tennessee -my wife from Colombia, S.A. We have no children. Would be willing to compensate for any inconvenience. Contact P01 Newport, Comptroller Dept. at 4411 DWH. Free Assorted car parts to fit a 304 AHC or Jeep. Includes block and other parts. Call 2307 AWH. DAILY ENERGY Water Use: 1,067,000 Gallons $6,697 Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Total Use: $30,938 Target: $29,470 USAGE Use: Electricity 241,100 KWH $24,241 Target: 230,690 KWH $23, 194 after Condition Charlie III 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. 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. Guantanamo Bay Reef Raiders is compiling a list of all Divemasters Instructors aboard the base for use0 by its members and potential members. If you are interested in being placed on this club list, please contact Pat Foresman at 3349 AWH, or leave word at the Dive Shack at 4762 DWH. NFL (UPI)--Los Angeles quarterback Bert Jones will undergo surgery Monday to correct a disc problem that is causing numbness in his left arm and hand. Although the operation could jeopardize his career, Jones says he plans to be in training camp when it opens in May. I Thursday, January 13, 1983 The Daily Gazette


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