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WASHINGTON (AP)--Backers of the proposed $169 billion bailout of Social Security acknowledge it will not be easy to persuade Congress to approve speeded-up payroll taxes and a delay in cost-of-living adjustments.
But they are also confident that President Reagan's support, and that of House Speaker Tip O'Neill, will help the plan clear Capitol Hill.
The chairman of the panel that drafted the compromise, economist. Alan Greenspan, describes its supporters as "a terribly formidable group of political figures." But he said yesterday that a lot of work needs to be done to put the recommendations into legislative form. House Ways and Means Committee hearings are to begin early next month.

One Republican leader suggests
t' ocial Security bailout must be 4W esident Reagan's desk by early Ma*,Kansas Senator Robert Dole said that the government needs the time to adjust benefit tables to reflect the cost-of-living adjustment delay.
Opponents, however, are lining up


against some of the other provisions.
Small business organizations say they will fight the accelerated payroll tax hikes and senior citizen groups oppose delaying the cost-ofliving increase. Colorado Senator William Armstrong, also a Republican, calls the plan, "A package of tax increases."


AFL-CIO Leader Lane Kirkland and Postal Workers Union Chief Moe Biller dislike the plan to put new federal workers under Social Security starting in 1984. As Biller describes his union's lobbying campaign, it "won't clobber Congress over the head, but they need a reeducation."


Troop withdrawal talks to resume today


NEW YORK (UPI)--Troop withdrawal talks resume between Lebanese, Israeli and American negotiators today in a Beirut suburb.
Lebanese press reports say Lebanon will propose a partial withdrawal of Israeli forces as the first phase of a foreign troop pullout plan.
Lebanon's Central News Agency says President Amin Gemayel and his negotiators have already drafted a plan for the complete withdrawal of foreign troops from Lebanon.
U.S. Envoy Philip Habib met Sunday with top Israeli officials to discuss a speed-up in Israeli troop withdrawal from Lebanon. Israel


radio reports Habib is seeking major progress within a week.
A Lebanese magazine reports a threat against the international peacekeeping force in Lebanon. "The Weekly Monday Morning" quotes the leader of Lebanon's most powerful private army (Fady Frem) as saying Palestinian and leftist groups are preparing to attack the peacekeeping force.
The Christian rightist coalition leader said it was an effort to encourage foreign governments to recall their troops. He did not give any evidence to back up his allegations.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



olume 38 Number 11 Monday, January 17, 1983




Should ailing human heart be replaced?


PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP)--Despite the suess with Barney Clark's permaxtmechanical heart, there is a mf al disagreement over whether an ailing human heart should be completely replaced.

Stanford University's Doctor
Philip Oyer, for one, isn't sold on the mechanical heart. He thinks the future lies in booster pumps, rather than a completely new artificial heart.
Oyer says, "If you put in a total heart, you burn that bridge; the patient's own heart is gone."
Oyer and his Stanford colleagues have a goal to develop a pump iM plant for either temporary or permanent use. Oyer says one might be available for human trials later this year.
An assist pump could carry some of the load while the patient's


damaged organ recovers from a heart attack or surgery. On a permanent basis, Oyer believes two pumpscould probably do much of the same work that an artificial heart does.
He emphasizes that the pumps
would only help the heart, not replace it. Should the devices fail, he believes the patient "might be able to limp along until you get him to the hospital."


The Stanford doctor, however,
acknowledges the use of mechanical devices will lag behind transplants for a long time.
Transplants do not restrict a
patient's mobility by requiring an external power source. But Oyer also notes many heart failure patients cannot receive a transplant, meaning an artificial heart might be their only hope for survival.


CONUS recruited employees' briefing, Jan. 19


The director Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office will conduct a briefing for all CONUS recruited U. S. citizen employees at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, on the COMO patio.

Attendance at the briefing is mandatory for all CONUS hired


THE CATLETT FAMILY OF QUARTERS RP173 ARE THE WINNERS OF THE GUANTANAMO Bay Civic Council "Yard of the Month" for January. Maj. Doug Catlett, his wife, Sandra, and sons, Mark (left) and Michael, are shown accepting the certificate from Patti Burgess while Lori Navadel looks on. Maj. Catlett said the boys took care of everything--'with a little encouragement." He also thanked the Naval Base Nursery for all the help they have provided. All base residents are encouraged to call in their nominations for the February award to Patti (2825) or Lori (2600). (Official U.S. Navy photo.)


civilian employees. Military managers and supervisors of CONUS hired employees are encouraged to attend.
Attendance from 3:45-4:30 p.m. will be on regular duty time and attendance after 4:30 p.m. will be on a voluntary basis.
Significant and important changes in Department of Navy regulation for overseas employees will be the major topic for discussion.
For further information contact G. Hagin or J. Wofford at NBCPO extension 4822 or 4271.
Food

Prices increase little

UPI -- Food prices increased very little last vear.
The government reported a wholesale food inflation rate in 1982 of lust over two percent, the lowest since 1976.
Consumer educator Josephine Swanson says that barring major crop disasters, consumers can expect to see no more than an average increase in food costs this year too.
She says the USDA predicts food price gains in 1983 of between three and six percent.


Money supply shrinks

The FED, which isn't paying too much attention to the money supply anymore, says "M-One" shrank $300,000,000 in the first week of the year.
In circulation was a seasonally adjusted $477,800,000,000, mostly in cash and checking accounts.


Social Security, more taxes proposed


Funeral Service


A funeral service will be held tomorrow in the base chapel at 11 a.m. for Roger E. Hubbell.
Hubbell, 55, died this past Sunday, Jan. 16, at the U.S. Navy Hospital here in Guantanamo.
Born Nov. 6, 1927, in Champaign County, Ohio, 'oger Hubbell began working in Guantanamo Bay's Public Works Department in Jure "f 1980 and worked there initially is a Transportation Equipment Operations General Foreman.
He was promoted to Transportation Superintendent June 27, 1982, the position he held at the time of his' demise.
Roger Hubbell is survived by his wife Joan, who resides in CTMO, and his two married daughters, Mrs. Karen Davis of Happy Camp, Calif., and Mrs. Yvonne Kingsland of Aeaid Valley, Calif.


Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Rather than using the W_ f~r preparing small quantities of food, consider cooking in one of i the small portable electric appliances such as a frying pan,. grill, or toaster/broiler. On the average, these use only about one. third the electric power of the oven broiler.

ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?




News

Digest

NEW YORK (AP)--Oil ministers from eight of the 13 OPEC members are meeting informally in Bahrain to prepare for an emergency meeting of the cartel to discuss the threat of a world-wide oil price war. A crucial meeting later this week will give OPEC one final chance to lock in production and price guidelines.

MONTGOMERY (AP)--George Corley Wallace will be inaugurated as Alabama's governor for a record fourth term today. The wheelchair-bound Wallace will take his oath on the same capitol steps where he vowed "segregation forever" 20 years ago.

WASHINGTON (AP)--The government reported Friday that wholesale inflation in 1982, registered the smallest increase in 11 years. The index of producer prices rose .01 percent in December, putting the yearly figure at 3.5 percent.

LOUISIANA (UPI)--Police say the body of a kidnapped retired financier, AubreyLahaye, was found in southern bayou yesterday. The body was bound with rope and held down in the water by tire rims. The 70-year-old man was abducted 10 days ago.

TURKEY (UPI)--Officials say a Turkish Airlines jet with 67 people aboard split into three pieces in a fiery crash at Ankara Airport yesterday. Forty-six people died and the other 21 were seriously injured when the Boeing-727 crash-landed in swirling snow and fog. The plane is said to have landed on its belly and broke up as it skidded along the snow-covered runway.

ATHENS, Ala. (UPI)--Officials lifted an alert at the nation's largest nuclear power plant last night. The Brown's Ferry Nuclear Plant in Athens, was on alert for 10 hours after a reactor coolant system malfunctioned, leaking radioactive water into the Tennessee River. An alert signifies a potentially serious event.

ANTWERP, Ohio (AP)--Authorities are looking for the cause of a bridge collapse last night in northwestern Ohio leaving five people dead and four others injured. Four cars plunged into a branch of the Maumee River near Antwerp, on the OhioIndiana border.





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ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING S.%4 emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before
9 p.m. and 7230 after
p.m.

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. THE NEW SUBSTANCE ABUSE COORDINATOR (SAC) for the Naval Station is YNI Thomas C. HELTON, USN, who can be reached during working hours on 4390 or 4391, and after working hours on 2308. The Substance Abuse Coordinator serves as an advisor to the Commanding Officer and Executive Officer on the nature and context of drug and alcohol use and or abuse within the naval station. The SAC provides assistance in developing and implementing management actions of drug and alcohol abuse. Further services are provided as coordinator, concerning drug and alcohol education, rehabilitation, identification and counseling as necessary.

LOANING OF NAVY FURNITURE: ALL Navy Family Housing Occupants are reminded that Navy furniture is not provided on a permanent basis. A limited quantity is available for use pending arrival of household goods and again when household goods are packed out. During peak turnover, May-August, essential furniture is in short supply. Personnel retaining furniture after having received personally owned household goods may arrange to return the government furniture by calling the Housing Office 4167/4172. This furniture is needed for inbound and outbound personnel.


Educational Notes.


WANT TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT FOR WHAT you already know? The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Subject Standardized Tests (SST) are available free of charge through the Navy Campus for active duty personnel. There are over 100 exams to choose from. For more information, call Ms. Valek at Ext. 4769.

HAMPTON INSTITUTE IS LOOKING FOR OFF campus tutors. If you have a masters degree and want to share your knowledge while gaining valuable teaching experience, a position with Hampton Institute may be ideal for you. For more information call Susan Murray, the Hampton Institute coordinator at 4903.






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 aa 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 CONNAVBASE or the Department of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette


Specal Announcements


INSTRUCTORS NEEDED FOR NASAP/NDSAP: Plans are being formulated to have a Navy Alcohol Safety Action Program (NASAP) here at GTMO. The first order of business is the selection and training of personnel to serve as instructors. The following qualifications are preferred but not mandatory:
1. BA/BS degree is any field with basic knowledge of drug/alcohol abuse problems, or
2. Special interest in drug/
alcohol abuse field with knowledge of the same, or
3. Military graduates of ATA, ATS or DAPA courses.
Positions are open to all interested personnel, military and civilian, here at GTMO. Rate of pay is $8.00 an hour for a 34 - 38 hour course. Screening will take place late January or early February. If you are interested, please send your name, phone number and short resume to HRMC stop 23. If you have any questions, please call 4380 or 4390 and ask for AMEl Gref or PNl Williams. Please contact us as soon as possible.


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.

AS A RESULT OF PROBLEMS BEING experienced by the Navy involving the payment of airline bills for excess baggage charges, effective immediately excess baggage will not be authorized on a Government Transportation Request (GRT). Travelers whose orders authorize excess baggage will pay the excess baggage charges directly to the airline at the time of flight checkin. Travelers will then claim reimbursement for this expense on settlement of the travel voucher. The excess baggage receipts obtained from the airline will be turned in with the voucher to support the claim. Funds to defray these charges may be included in the travel advance.


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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 bsis of race, creed, sex and color or national origin will not be accepted.



Chapel Notes


A SLIDE PRESENTATION AND ADOPTION information meeting will be held at the base chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 p.m. The International Mission of Hope in Calcutta, India, specializes in providing homes in the United States for abandoned and orphaned Indian children of any age. The thirty minute presentation shows scenes of Calcutta, the mission, and some of their children before and after placement. An information sharing time following the program will offer advice in both foreign and American adoption. There are hundreds of thousands of infants and older children available for adoption worldwide. Anyone .with experience or information on these subjects is invited to come and share with others.


+RED CROSS

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A part of your community? Can you donate one or more hours a week? Reach out and join the Red Cross Volunteers. There will be a mandatory orientation for all new Red Cross Volunteers on Jan. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Hospital Education Classroom. This will be followed by the regular monthly meeting and tea of Red Cross Volunteers at 10 a.m. Nursery service will be provided free of charge. Please call 4676 DWH for further information.

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.


THE CHAPEL CHILDREN'S CHOIR HAVE resumed their practices for a January musical. The musical is entitled "365 Days of Christmas Each Year", which encourages the spirit of Christmas throughout the whole year. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the Base Chapel. All children of the Guantanamo Bay Community, grades 16 are invited to participate.

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

POST 46 AND SNCO CLUB WILL BE closed on the 19th and 20th of January for inventory. Both clubs will reopen to the public at 11 a.m. on Jan. 21.
ATTENTION VIDEO LOVERS: NOW THAT you have that new VCR Christmas present, you have the opportunuity to join the IGUANA VIDEO CLUB and check out some 110 movies to watch at your leisure. The club is growing steadily and more movies are obtained every month. Come to the next regular meeting and see how the club operates. It will be held Feb. 2, Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. at the Marine Barracks Classroom (next to the Marine Tennis Courts). For more information, call Sandy at 3788 AWH. Members, remember to bring your movies for the membership swap/sale.


Monday, January 17, 1983
SAY IT WITH SIGNS: SIGN language classes are l|II starting up again. Learn to talk & sing with your hands. There will be a brief meeting| of all people interested in learning sign language Thursday evening, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m. at the high school in room #1.

ALL LOCAL COMMANDS, TENANT COMMANDS and local community organizations and clubs are invited to send a representative to the Hospital Health Care Consumer Council meeting which will be held in the hospital conference room at 2 p.m. on Jan. 19. These council meetings are held quarterly and provide a needed forum which can provide information and an exchange of ideas. The overall goal of the council is to develop a greater understanding and responsiveness through timely and open communication.

THE NAVAL STATION ENLISTED DINING Facility and the Branch Facility at Leeward Point .\ will offer a specialbirth day dinner to all active duty military personnel [ having a birthday during the months of December and January. The meal will consist of steak and lobster with all the trimmings and will be served at 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 28. Personnel interested in participating in this program must show evidence of birthdate (ID card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA, by no later than
4 p.m., Jan. 27.

DANCE FACTORY REGISTRATION FOR THE new session will be held on Monday, Jan. 24th, for returning students and on Tuesday, Jan. 25th, for new students. Registration will be held at the Caribbean Arts and Crafts center from 2-4 p.m. on both days. This is a registration only and no tuition need be paid at this time. The tuition for classes is as follows: One class per week is $10 per month, two classes per week is $15 per month and three classes per week is $25 per month. The following classes for varying age levels will be offered: creative dance (3-4 yr. olds), ballet ( 5-18 yr. V olds), tap (5-18 yr. olds), jazz (5-18 yr. olds) and folk dancing. Classes will begin the week of Jan. 31st. If you have any questions, please call Karen Switzer at 4446.
GIVE YOUR BODY & SPIRITS A SUPER lift! Plastic surgeons, we ain't, but, Baby, we can boost you up to feeling better & looking fine. Dancercize, all new & improved, courtesy of CACW can really change that Caribbean lifestyle. Classes at $15 per month meet evenings on M, W, & Th from 7 - 8 p.m. or mornings on T & Th from 9 - 10 a.m. and Sat from 10 - 11 a.m. No excuse for bodily abuse or neglect! Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 anytime!


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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A FELLOWship of men and women who share their experiences, strengths and hopes with each other that they may solve fheir common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. We are self-supportinA through our contributions.
If you are having a problem with alcohol and desire to stop, call 4648 AT, 3205 AT, 2511 AT or 8-9 p.m. call 2604. EL ANONIMO DEL ALCOHOL ES EL COMPAnerismo 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 requisito para poder ser miembro es el deseo de para de tomar bebida alcoholicas. No hay ninguna cuota ni deuda para poder ser miembros; somos nueatro sosten por nuestra propia contribucion.
Si tines algun problema con el alcohol, y deseas parar de tomar bebida alcoholicas, llama al 4648 AT, 3205 AT. 2511 AT, 8-9 p.m. llma al 2604.






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It's C.B. Ball time once again! And along with all the festivities comes the election of C.B. Oueen 1983. Oueen candidate Pam House has qy exciting functions to come. Uch the Gazattp for the fun dates 'ad mark your calendar!
Saturday, January 22, 1983, come to the daffiest dunking you've ever seen in Pam House's Dunking Tank. One dollar gets you three throws to send your favorite person into an eye-awakening splash! Many top notch leaders of our community will be participating, so come on out and give 'em your best shot! Festivities


will begin at 10 a.m. in front of the Navy Exchange.

Also on Saturday, January 22, 1983, Miss House will sponsor a Men's Beautiful Legs Contest. Pictures of ten pairs of the loveliest legs in GT[O will be on display for your votes. One quarter will register one vote... the legs with the most votes will receive a prize to be presented on Saturday, January 29, 1983, at the opening ceremonies of the tentative Mud Wrestling Contest also in Miss House's honor.
Pam


Navy. Exchange Job Opportunities

The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348. POSITION & GRADE CLOSING DATE LOCATION
Sales Clerk PT 21 January 1983 Retail Store PS-3/$3.96 or LGS-3/$2.93 Jewelry Dept.


Courier/Cash Register Reader 21 January 1983 AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93 FT


Cashier FT AS-3/$4.05 or LGS-3/$2.93 Position may require General Clerical Work.


OPEN


Administrative Services Clk 24 January 1983 AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93 FT


Security I.D. Checker FT 24 Jani
PS-2/ $3 70 or non-U.S.

16i2/$2.34

Helping Your Child


Make Career Plans

This week's article is helping
your child make career plans. Now
is the time when so many high school
juniors and seniors are beginning to look seriously at their future.
We as parents should be active
about what is available in the way
of financial assistance from you
and through grants and loans.
Look for alternative methods of
getting to their chosen goal. Get involved--it will be good for you
and your child. This is a two-part
article, so please look for part
two next week. Each part will
provide tips, assisting your
children in making career plans.


Career decision making is a process, not an event that occurs at a given time. Your child's future
career will be influenced by events
that occur beginning in the preool years and continuing through . inof adult life. Here are some
.'s in which you can aid your
child in positive career development.

--Encourage your child to ask and
think about the question, "What will
I be when I grow up?"
In the early years, children's
hopes are expressed in fantasy
terms, especially during play. You
will hear such things as: "I'm Daddy and I'm Superman, and you're Mommy and you're Wonder Woman."
Don't criticize such statements.
Your child is exploring who he or
she is and the kind of persons they
are becoming. It will help you to
understand him or her better if you
let your child talk in this way.
Provide toys that encourage experimentation through play with many
different jobs.

--Don't discourage your child from
planning particular careers at an


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Accounting Dept. LEEWARD POINT Retail Store Maintenance Dept. Security Department


early age. It is better to ask, "Why does this appeal to you?"-that it is to say something like, "You wouldn't like to do that" ot "That's a terrific job" or "That's completely unrealistic." Until major action decisions have to be made, it is better to let your child think about any possible job choice.

--Try to help your child think about alternate choices. The question, "If for some reason, you couldn't do this, what other things would you want to do?" is a good one to raise.

It will help you learn more about your child, and will also help her or him broaden the basis for career decision-making. Talking about your own alternative career choices will also help in this. For example, discussing jobs you've had in the past, or changes you might be considering in your present occupation.

--Try to eliminate sex bias in thinking about your child's future career. Your daughter may very well wish to enter an occupation you now think of as "masculine," or your son enter one that you consider "feminine."


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MSGT WILLIAM FISHER, MARINE BARRACKS' COMMUNICATIONS CHIEF, IS PREsented his-Certificate of Discharge by Col. G.D. Navadel, commanding officer, MHAine Baracks/GDF, just prior to his reenlisting for five years. The-ceremony was conducted Jan. 4th in the Staff NCO Club. (Official U.S. Navy photo.)



Cuban-American Friendship Day


Tickets for the 14th annual CubanAmerican Friendship are now on sale.
The big event is planned for Friday, Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar, beginning at noon.

Menu items will include, among other things, roast pig, chicken fricasse, cassava, rice and beans, watercress salad and fresh Cuban bread.
Soft drinks are included in the ticket price and alcoholic drinks will be available at an additional charge per drink.
Music for the event will be provided by "Orqestra Novel," a nationally known band from New York. During intermissions, the group will be relieved by "Graphic Expression" so there won't be any breaks in the dancing.
Tickets are $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 4-12 years old.
_(Children under 4 are admitted free.)


Don't discourage them from thinking about such occupations.-Times are changing, and they will need extra measures of your emotional support.
If the child next door discourages your daughter from being a doctor because "girls are nurses," take your daughter to a woman doctor if you can. If you can't, point out women who are in traditional male jobs. Say things like, "A person's sex really doesn't matter, it's ability that counts."

--Don't hesitate to respond when your child asks, "What do you think I should be when I grow up?" Try to make it clear that it is more important that he or she be happy than become what you would like. However, you can point out particular talents that he or she possesses and discuss the jobs that these would be helpful in.

--Tell your child about work that you do. Try to do so in a positive way so that your child will gain respect for you be respecting what you do. Neither encourage nor discourage your child from considering your occupation. The important thing is that your child sees that you, through your work, are making contributions to society.


It is important to purchase your tickets early because of the liberal administrative leave policy established by Commander Naval Base. With a ticket in hand and your supervisor's permission, you get the afternoon of Jan. 28 off.
Tickets are currently available from the following individuals: Ms. Barbier ... 2330 or 3250 (home) Ensign Stack............. 2320/2860
Chief Mendaros........... 2132/2531
Mr. Aldama.................... 4834
Mr. Odelin .... 4324 or 3476 (home) Mr. Lopez..................... 4506
Chief Brown................... 4706
Mr. Gonzalez.................. 4642
Mr. Wright............... 4595/4590
Ms. Sinclair.................. 7258
Mr. Thomas.................... 4190
Petty Officer Holloway........ 4502 Ms. Pope ..................4600
Lt. Glasser................... 4600

--Encourage you child to ask people about their jobs. Make use of your friends who are in the occupations your child is considering. Emphasize to your child that she or he should seek information, not firm advice, from such persons. If your child is particularly interested, ask a friend if your child can visit to see what the job actually involves.

--Take your child on field trips to see various people at work at factories, offices, automechanic shops. etc. This is very helpful in letting children acquire a realistic view of a variety of jobs.


Next week's remaining tips will range from encouraging your child to explore hobbies and other leisure-time activities that are productive and useful and to think about post-secondary educational opportunities.


Parents



Corner


by

j Rochelle Wheeler Family

Advocacy Social Worker

U.S. Naval Hospital


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--WAR






The-Daily Gazette


Home teams capture NFL Playoff victories


With a trip to the Super Bowl on the line, two of the N.F.L.'s more intense divisional rivalries will continue next weekend. Miami crushed the San Diego Chargers 34-13 in an A.F.C. semi-final game yesterday.

Now the Dolphins will host the New York Jets for the A.F.C. title next Sunday. In the N.F.C., Dallas' 37-26 triumph over the Green Bay Packers yesterday advanced the Cowboys into Saturday's N.F.C. title game against the Washington Redskins.
At Miami, David Woodley threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as the Dolphins avenged last year's overtime loss to the Chargers in the playoffs.
Miami's defense, tops in the league, forced seven turnovers, including five interceptions against Dan Fouts. The Dolphins built a 2470 early lead, led 27-13


at the half, and then shut out the Chargers' high-powered offense over the final two periods.
At Irving, Texas, a 49-yard
pass from one flanker to another, Drew Pearson to Tony Hill, set up the Cowboys' game-clinching touchdown with 4:24 toplay. The 37-26 win enabled Dallas to move into the title game for the 10th time in 13 years.
With Dallas clinging to a fourpoint 30-26 lead, Danny White tossed the ball back to Pearson, who in turn threw a long pass to Hill.
The Stanford University veteran was tackled at the one. The next play Robert Newhouse scored to put the game out of reach.
Dennis Thurman intercepted three passes by Green Bay's Lynn Dickey, including one he returned for a 39-yard second quarter score. On the day, Dickey completed 19-of-36 passes for 332 yards. White was good on 23-6f-36 for 225 yards.


Philadelphia skates to record on the road


(AP)--The Patrick-Division leading Philadelphia Flyers have tied an N.H.L. record by skating to their eighth-straight road victory. Pacing the Flyers to last night's 4-0 shutout of the Rangers in New York was Brian Propp, who scored twice. Goaltender Bob Froese, making only his third N.H.L. start, stopped 16 shots.
The Vancouver Canucks erupted with four first-period goals last night, and then held on to ground


the Winnipeg Jets 6-4. Two of the first period-goals were scored on power plays by Kevin McCarthy. The win is Just the second for the Canucks in their last 11 outings.
The Chicago Black Hawks have picked up their fourth win in their last 11 games, a 4-2 triumph over the Detroit Red Wings. Chicago won it by unleashing a three-goal spree in a three minute span of the final period.


Navratilova wins 100th in last 103 matches


(AP)--Martina Navratilova used a strong service game last night to defeat Sylvia Hanika of West Germany 6-3, 7-6 in the $150,000 Virginia Slims Houston Tennis Tournament.. The 26-year-old Navratilova has now won 100 of her last 103 matches. She collected $28,000 for the singles victory. Billie Jean King defeated Sharon Walsh 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, yesterday to take the top prize at the first stop on the Women's Tennis Classic Tour in Santa Rosa, California.
The new tour is for women pros over 30 who have won a major


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Engine or parts of anengine for Yamaha 200 RD or 250. Contact P. 0. Haynes at 4679/4930 DWH.

Babysitter to watch one five year ,old, two three year olds and one eight week old on Friday, Jan. 21, from 12:30-2 p.m. Call Mary Koontz at 2896 AT.

Looking to buy a snare durm w/without stand.. Contact P. 0. Haynes at 4679/4930 DWH.

Badly needed -- a clutch and transmission or a whole engine for a '73 Honda 175XL. Call and ask for Bruce i2101/2212 DWH.

Interested in getting a typewriter, preferably portable, not too big. Please call 6208 DWH or 6335 AWH. Ask for Thomas

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!!

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

For Sale
'79 Evenrude 25 HP, 16-ft boat, trailer--all, $1500. Call 4844DWH.


championship or $1 million during their careers. In the doubles final, King teamed with Walsh to defeat Rosie Casals and Wendy Turnbull 6-2, 6-2.
Top-deeded John Alexander of Australia won the $90,000 Open Tennis Championship in Auckland, New Zealand yesterday.

He beat New Zealand's Russell
Simpson 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 in the final.
In the doubles final, New Zealand's Simpson and Chris Lewis beat Australia's David Graham and Laurie Warder 7-6, 6-3.


90cc Kawasaki for parts could possibly be made to run. Call and ask
*for Bruce, 2101/2212 DWH.

Atari game cartridges: Missile Command, Football, Home Run, Basketball and Space War, $15 each. Call :3548 after 2 p.m.

Two twin size beds, good condition,! head board' foot board, springs,
.one with mattress, $45 and one without mattress, $30. Call 3344 ,after 5 p.m.
Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono dapabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Fore series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 DW or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17.
Memphis (Les Paul Copy) electric guitar, excellent condition, case included. Serious inquiries only PLEASE. Call 3800 AT.


Safe.y SlogaI When rdig the bumper ahead, remember.,
S...he may have better brakes than you.


(UPI)--Gus Williams scored 24 points
and Lonnie Shelton added 20 as the
Seattle Supersonics snapped an eight game losing streak with a
111-96 victory over the Kansas City Kings. Playing its fifth game in six nights, Kansas City
lost its third straight. The Kings
were led by Ray Williams with 20 points. Seattle is 24-15 on the
season, while the Kings are 21-16.
Tom Poquette scored 22 points and
three other Utah Players scored
20 or more last night, to life the Jazz to a 115-111 victory over the San Diego Clippers. The Jazz also
got 21 points each from Darrell
Griffith and Ricky Green while
Jeff Wilkins added 20.
Rookie Terry Cummings led the
Clippers with a game-high 34
points. He also grabbed 11 rebounds. San Diego center Bill Walton was in foul trouble most
of the night, and held to six
points.
In'the only other game last
night in the N.B.A., Milwaukee
- defeated Golden State 109-108.

College Basketball
(AP)--In college basketball yesterday, one top 20 team was in
action. Rodney McCray scored 16
points to pace eighth-ranked Louisville to a 63-58 win over DePaul.
Trailing 34-33 at halftime, the Cardinals went in front to stay at 35-34 when Scooter McCray hit
Louisville's opening basket of the
second half. The Cardinals, now
13-2, also got 12 points from Milt
Wagner and 10 from freshman Jeff
Hall.


Ranger-l10*'work boots, size 9 EE, steel toe, oil resistant sole, never worh, $59. Call 4844DWH.


iOne 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; 069 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new," $25. Call 3660 AWH.

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Water
Use: 875,000 $5,491

Target: 1,.000,00 $6,276

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Total
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226,800 KWH $22,803


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Baseball I
(AP)--Southpaw Fernando Valenzuela says he'll probably reach an agreement to renew his contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers before the 1983 baseball season begins. In an interview with a newspaper in his native Mexico, Valenzuela is quoted as saying he hopes "something important will happen by the end of the month." And Valenzuela says he wants to stay with L.A. for the remainder of his
maj or ague ,career.

NBA


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Morgan takes Open;.

Palmer comes close

(AP)--Gil Morgan made it two golf tournament.victories in a row yesterday. He fired a final round 68 for a two-stroke triumph in the $300,000 Los Angeles Open.
Morgan won the first tournament of the 1983 P.G.A. season last week at Tucson. By winning the two tournaments, the Oklahoma native has pocketed $108,000, just two weeks into the P.G.A. season.
Morgan's surge to victory overshadowed Arnold Palmer's finest showing on the tour in a decade. The 53-year-old legend began the final round just one shot off the lead. He threatened to win for the first time in 10 years when he vaulted into the lead with back-toback birdies on the fourth and fifth holes but faltered on the back nine with three consecutive bogeys, He finished with a oneover-par 72 for the day and a 275# total nine-under-par.

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
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Ladies Golf
Last Thursday we played Blind
Partners. Mary Jane McCafferty and Ann Felkins won 1st place. Audre4'," Masters had low putts. V

Sears Coldspot, frostless refrigera tor/freezer, good condition, $160; Pioneer SX-939 stereo-receiver 100W per channel maximum output, $220. Call Phil at 4160DWH or 3373AWH.

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WASHINGTON (AP)--Backers of the proposed $169 billion bailout of Social Security acknowledge it will not be easy to persuade Congress to approve speeded-up payroll taxes and a delay in cost-of-living adjustments. But they are also confident that President Reagan's support, and that of House Speaker Tip O'Neill, will help the plan clear Capitol Hill. The chairman of the panel that drafted the compromise, economist. Alan Greenspan, describes its supporters as "a terribly formidable group of political figures." But he said yesterday that a lot of work needs to be done to put the recommendations into legislative form. House Ways and Means Committee hearings are to begin early next month. One Republican leader suggests t ocial Security bailout must be oWesident Reagan's desk by early HayaKansas Senator Robert Dole said that the government needs the time to adjust benefit tables to reflect the cost-of-living adjustment delay. Opponents, however, are lining up against some of the other provisions. Small business organizations say they will fight the accelerated payroll tax hikes and senior citizen groups oppose delaying the cost-ofliving increase. Colorado Senator William Armstrong, also a Republican, calls the plan, "A package of tax increases." AFL-CIO Leader Lane Kirkland and Postal Workers Union Chief Moe Biller dislike the plan to put new federal workers under Social Security starting in 1984. As Biller describes his union's lobbying campaign, it "won't clobber Congress over the head, but they need a reeducation." Troop withdrawal talks to resume today NEW YORK (UPI)--Troop withdrawal talks resume between Lebanese, Israeli and American negotiators today in a Beirut suburb. Lebanese press reports say Lebanon will propose a partial withdrawal of Israeli forces as the first phase of a foreign troop pullout plan. Lebanon's Central News Agency says President Amin Gemayel and his negotiators have already drafted a plan for the complete withdrawal of foreign troops from Lebanon. U.S. Envoy Philip Habib met Sunday with top Israeli officials to discuss a speed-up in Israeli troop withdrawal from Lebanon. Israel radio reports Habib is seeking major progress within a week. A Lebanese magazine reports a threat against the international peacekeeping force in Lebanon. "The Weekly Monday Morning" quotes the leader of Lebanon's most powerful private army (Fady Frem) as saying Palestinian and leftist groups are preparing to attack the peacekeeping force. The Christian rightist coalition leader said it was an effort to encourage foreign governments to recall their troops. He did not give any evidence to back up his allegations. GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 11 Monday, January 17, 1983 Should ailing human heart be replaced? PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP)--Despite the success with Barney Clark's permantmechanical heart, there is a ti al disagreement over whether an ailing human heart should be completely replaced. Stanford University's Doctor Philip Oyer, for one, isn't sold on the mechanical heart. He thinks the future lies in booster pumps, rather than a completely new artificial heart. Oyer says, "If you put in a total heart, you burn that bridge; the patient's own heart is gone." Oyer and his Stanford colleagues have a goal to develop a pump implant for either temporary or permanent use. Oyer says one might be available for human trials later this year. An assist pump could carry some of the load while the patient's damaged organ recovers from a heart attack or surgery. On a permanent basis, Oyer believes two pumps could probably do much of the same work that an artificial heart does. He emphasizes that the pumps would only help the heart, not replace it. Should the devices fail, he believes the patient "might be able to limp along until you get him to the hospital." The Stanford doctor, however, acknowledges the use of mechanical devices will lag behind transplants for a long time. Transplants do not restrict a patient's mobility by requiring an external power source. But Oyer also notes many heart failure patients cannot receive a transplant, meaning an artificial heart might be their only hope for survival. CONUS recruited employees' briefing, Jan.19 The director Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office will conduct a briefing for all CONUS recruited U. S. citizen employees at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, on the COMO patio. Attendance at the briefing is mandatory for all CONUS hired THE CATLETT FAMILY OF QUARTERS RP173 ARE THE WINNERS OF THE GUANTANAMO Bay Civic Council "Yard of the Month" for January. Maj. Doug Catlett, his wife, Sandra, and sons, Mark (left) and Michael, are shown accepting the certificate from Patti Burgess while Lori Navadel looks on. Maj. Catlett said the boys took care of everything--'with a little encouragement." He also thanked the Naval Base Nursery for all the help they have provided. All base residents are encouraged to call in their nominations for the February award to Patti (2825) or Lori (2600). (Official U.S. Navy photo.) civilian employees. Military managers and supervisors of CONUS hired employees are encouraged to attend. Attendance from 3:45-4:30 p.m. will be on regular duty time and attendance after 4:30 p.m. will be on a voluntary basis. Significant and important changes in Department of Navy regulation for overseas employees will be the major topic for discussion. For further information contact G. Hagin or J. Wofford at NBCPO extension 4822 or 4271. Food Prices increase little UPI -Food prices increased very little last year. The government reported a wholesale food inflation rate in 1982 of just over two percent, the lowest since 1976. Consumer educator Josephine Swanson says that barring major crop disasters, consumers can expect to see no more than an average increase in food costs this year too. She says the USDA predicts food price gains in 1983 of between three and six percent. Money supply shrinks The FED, which isn't paying too much attention to the money supply anymore, says "H-One" shrank $300,000,000 in the first week of the year. In circulation was a seasonally adjusted $477,800,000,000, mostly in cash and checking accounts. Social Security, more taxes proposed Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE' S RESPONSIBILITY Rather than using the ven for preparing small quantities of food, consider cooking in one of the small portable electric appliances such as a frying pan,, grill, or toaster/broiler. On the average, these use only about one. third the electric power of the oven broiler. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? News Digest NEW YORK (AP)--Oil ministers from eight of the 13 OPEC members are meeting informally in Bahrain to prepare for an emergency meeting of the cartel to discuss the threat of a world-wide oil price war. A crucial meeting later this week will give OPEC one final chance to lock in production and price guidelines. MONTGOMERY (AP)--George Corley Wallace will be inaugurated as Alabama's governor for a record fourth term today. The wheelchair-bound Wallace will take his oath on the same capitol steps where he vowed "segregation forever" 20 years ago. WASHINGTON (AP)--The government reported Friday that wholesale inflation in 1982, registered the smallest increase in 11 years. The index of producer prices rose .01 percent in December, putting the yearly figure at 3.5 percent. LOUISIANA (UPI)--Police say the body of a kidnapped retired financier, Aubrey Lahaye, was found in southern bayou yesterday. The body was bound with rope and held down in the water by tire rims. The 70-year-old man was abducted 10 days ago. TURKEY (UPI)--Officials say a Turkish Airlines jet with 67 people aboard split into three pieces in a fiery crash at Ankara Airport yesterday. Forty-six people died and the other 21 were seriously injured when the Boeing 727 crash-landed in swirling snow and fog. The plane is said to have landed on its belly and broke up as it skidded along the snow-covered runway. ATHENS, Ala. (UPI)--Officials lifted an alert at the nation's largest nuclear power plant last night. The Brown's Ferry Nuclear Plant in Athens, was on alert for 10 hours after a reactor coolant system malfunctioned, leaking radioactive water into the Tennessee River. An alert signifies a potentially serious event. ANTWERP, Ohio (AP)--Authorities are looking for the cause of a bridge collapse last night in northwestern Ohio leaving five people dead and four others injured. Four cars plunged into a branch of the Maumee River near Antwerp, on the OhioIndiana border. Funeral Service A funeral service will be held tomorrow in the base chapel at 11 a.m. for Roger E. Hubbell. Hubbell, 55, died this past Sunday, Jan. 16, at the U.S. Navy Hospital here in Guantanamo. Born Nov. 6, 1927, in Champaign County, Ohio, oger Hubbell began working in Guantanamo Bay's Public Works Department in June if 1980 and worked there initially is a Transportation Equipment Operations General Foreman. He was promoted to Transportation Superintendent June 27, 1982, the position he held at the time of his' demise. Roger Hubbell is survived by his wife Joan, who resides in GTMO, and his two married daughters, Mrs. Karen Davis of Happy Camp, Calif., and Mrs. Yvonne Kingsland of Aeaid Valley, Calif.

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Page 2 ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before 9 p.m. and 7230 after p.m. 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. THE NEW SUBSTANCE ABUSE COORDINATOR (SAC) for the Naval Station is YN1 Thomas C. HELTON, USN, who can be reached during working hours on 4390 or 4391, and after working hours on 2308. The Substance Abuse Coordinator serves as an advisor to the Commanding Officer and Executive Officer on the nature and context of drug and alcohol use and or abuse within the naval station. The SAC provides assistance in developing and implementing management actions of drug and alcohol abuse. Further services are provided as coordinator, concerning drug and alcohol education, rehabilitation, identification and counseling as necessary. LOANING OF NAVY FURNITURE: ALL Navy Family Housing Occupants are reminded that Navy furniture is not provided on a permanent basis. A limited quantity is available for use pending arrival of household goods and again when household goods are packed out. During peak turnover, May-August, essential furniture is in short supply. Personnel retaining furniture after having received personally owned household goods may arrange to return the government furniture by calling the Housing Office 4167/4172. This furniture is needed for inbound and outbound personnel. Educational Notes WANT TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT FOR WHAT you already know? The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Subject Standardized Tests (SST) are available free of charge through the Navy Campus for active duty personnel. There are over 100 exams to choose from. For more information, call Ma. Valek at Ext. 4769. HAMPTON INSTITUTE IS LOOKING FOR OFF campus tutors. If you have a masters degree and want to share your knowledge while gaining valuable teaching experience, a position with Hampton Institute may be ideal for you. For more information call Susan Murray, the Hampton Institute coordinator at 4903. TIBAL 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 of th Nvl e ~.Pblfr Affair esff eer. Pited Branch Office, the opinis rst item tha. eppa here ne t a t b ediA Eaorficil prtent of lbe Nvy. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements INSTRUCTORS NEEDED FOR NASAP/NDSAP: Plans are being formulated to have a Navy Alcohol Safety Action Program (NASAP) here at GTMO. The first order of business is the selection and training of personnel to serve as instructors. The following qualifications are preferred but not mandatory: 1. BA/BS degree is any field with basic knowledge of drug/alcohol abuse problems, or 2. Special interest in drug/ alcohol abuse field with knowledge of the same, or 3. Military graduates of ATA, ATS or DAPA courses. Positions are open to all interested personnel, military and civilian, here at GTMO. Rate of pay is $8.00 an hour for a 34 -38 hour course. Screening will take place late January or early February. If you are interested, please send your name, phone number and short resume to HRMC stop 23. If you have any questions, please call 4380 or 4390 and ask for AME1 Gref or PN1 Williams. Please contact us as soon as possible. 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. AS A RESULT OF PROBLEMS BEING experienced by the Navy involving the payment of airline bills for excess baggage charges, effective immediately excess baggage will not be authorized on a Government Transportation Request (GRT). Travelers whose orders authorize excess baggage will pay the excess baggage charges directly to the airline at the time of flight checkin. Travelers will then claim reimbursement for this expense on settlement of the travel voucher. The excess baggage receipts obtained from the airline will be turned in with the voucher to support the claim. Funds to defray these charges may be included in the travel advance. 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. Chapel Notes A SLIDE PRESENTATION AND ADOPTION information meeting will be held at the base chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 p.m. The International Mission of Hope in Calcutta, India, specializes in providing homes in the United States for abandoned and orphaned Indian children of any age. The thirty minute presentation shows scenes of Calcutta, the mission, and some of their children before and after placement. An information sharing time following the program will offer advice in both foreign and American adoption. There are hundreds of thousands of infants and older children available for adoption worldwide. Anyone *with experience or information on these subjects is invited to come and share with others. + RED CROSS ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A part of your community? Can you donate one or more hours a week? Reach out and join the Red Cross Volunteers. There will be a mandatory orientation for all new Red Cross Volunteers on Jan. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Hospital Education Classroom. This will be followed by the regular monthly meeting and tea of Red Cross Volunteers at 10 a.m. Nursery service will be provided free of charge. Please call 4676 DWH for further information. 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. THE CHAPEL CHILDREN'S CHOIR HAVE resumed their practices for a January musical. The musical is entitled "365 Days of Christmas Each Year", which encourages the spirit of Christmas throughout the whole year. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the Base Chapel. All children of the Guantanamo Bay Community, grades 16 are invited to participate. 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 POST 46 AND SNCO CLUB WILL BE closed on the 19th and 20th of January for inventory. Both clubs will reopen to the public at 11 a.m. on Jan. 21. ATTENTION VIDEO LOVERS: NOW THAT you have that new VCR Christmas present, you have the opportunuity to join the IGUANA VIDEO CLUB and check out some 110 movies to watch at your leisure. The club is growing steadily and more movies are obtained every month. Come to the next regular meeting and see how the club operates. It will be held Feb. 2, Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. at the Marine Barracks Classroom (next to the Marine Tennis Courts). For more information, call Sandy at 3788 AWH. Members, remember to bring your movies for the membership swap/sale. Monday, January 17, 1983 SAY IT WITH SIGNS: SIGN language classes are starting up again. Learn to talk & sing with your hands. There will be a brief meeting of all people interested in learning sign language Thursday evening, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m. at the high school in room #1. ALL LOCAL COMMANDS, TENANT COMMANDS and local community organizations and clubs are invited to send a representative to the Hospital Health Care Consumer Council meeting which will be held in the hospital conference room at 2 p.m. on Jan. 19. These council meetings are held quarterly and provide a needed forum which can provide information and an exchange of ideas. The overall goal of the council is to develop a greater understanding and responsiveness through timely and open communication. THE NAVAL STATION ENLISTED DINING Facility and the Branch Facility at Leeward Point will offer a special birthday dinner to all active duty military personnel having a birthday during the months of December and January. The meal will consist of steak and lob, ster with all the trimmings and will be served at 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 28. Personnel interested in participating in this program must show evidence of birthdate (ID card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA, by no later than 4 p.m., Jan. 27. DANCE FACTORY REGISTRATION FOR THE new session will be held on Monday, Jan. 24th, for returning students and on Tuesday, Jan. 25th, for new students. Registration will be held at the Caribbean Arts and Crafts center from 2-4 p.m. on both days. This is a registration only and no tuition need be paid at this time. The tuition for classes is as follows: One class per week is $10 per month, two classes per week is $15 per month and three classes per week is $25 per month. The following classes for varying age levels will be offered: creative dance (3-4 yr. olds), ballet ( 5-18 yr. olds), tap (5-18 yr. olds), jazz (5-18 yr. olds) and folk dancing. Classes will begin the week of Jan. 31st. If you have any questions, please call Karen Switzer at 4446. GIVE YOUR BODY & SPIRITS A SUPER lift! Plastic surgeons, we ain't, but, Baby, we can boost you up to feeling better & looking fine. Dancercize, all new & improved, courtesy of CACW can really change that Caribbean lifestyle. Classes at $15 per month meet evenings on M, W, & Th from 7 -8 p.m. or mornings on T & Th from 9 -10 a.m. and Sat from 10 -11 a.m. No excuse for bodily abuse or neglect! Call Marti at 4371 or Becky at 2259 anytime! I ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A FELLOWship of men and women who share their experiences, strengths and 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 stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. We are self-supportin through our contributions. If you are having a problem with alcohol and desire to stop, call 4648 AT, 3205 AT, 2511 AT or 8-9 p.m. call 2604. EL ANONIMO DEL ALCOHOL ES EL COMPAnerismo 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 requisito para poder ser miembro es el deseo de para de tomar bebida alcoholics. No hay ninguna cuota ni deuda para poder ser miembros; somos nueatro sosten por nuestra propia contribucion. Si tines algun problema con el alcohol, y deseas parar de tomar bebida alcoholicas, llama al 4648 AT, 3205 AT, 2511 AT, 8-9 p.m. 11ma al 2604.

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Monday, January 17, 1982 SEABEES It's C.B. Ball time once again. And along with all the festivities comes the election of C.B. Oueen 1983. Oueen candidate Pam House has y exciting functions to come. ch the Gazatt for the fun dates a d mark your calendar! Saturday, January 22, 1983, come to the daffiest dunking you've ever seen in Pam House's Dunking Tank. One dollar gets you three throws to send your favorite person into an eye-awakening splash! Many top notch leaders of our community will be participating, so come on out and give 'em your best sh-ot! Festivities The Daily'Gazette Page 3 lool, will begin at 10 a.m. in front of the Navy Exchange. Also on Saturday, January 22, 1983, Miss House will sponsor a Men's Beautiful Legs Contest. Pictures of ten pairs of the loveliest legs in OTMO will be on display for your votes. One quarter will register one vote. the legs with the most votes will receive a prize to be presented on Saturday, January 29, 1983, at the opening ceremonies of the tentative Mud Wrestling Contest also in Miss House's honor. Pam Navy Exchange Job Opportu The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. the Personnel Office at Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or POSITION & GRADE CLOSING DATE Sales Clerk PT 21 January 1983 PS-3/$3.96 or LGS-3/$2.93 Courier/Cash Register Reader 21 January 1983 AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93 FT Cashier FT AS-3/$4.05 or LGS-3/$2.93 Position may require General Clerical Work. OPEN Administrative Services Clk 24 January 1983 AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93 FT Security I.D. Checker FT 24 Jan PS-2/ $3.70 or non-U.S. 2/$2.34 Helping Your Child Make Career Plans This week's article is helping your child make career plans. Now is the time when so many high school juniors and seniors are beginning to look seriously at their future. We as parents should be active about what is available in the way of financial assistance from you and through grants and loans. Look for alternative methods of getting to their chosen goal. Get involved--it will be good for you and your child. This is a two-part article, so please look for part two next week. Each part will provide tips, assisting your children in making career plans. Career decision making is a process, not an event that occurs at a given time. Your child's future career will be influenced by events that occur beginning in the preool years and continuing through of adult life. Here are some s in which you can aid your child in positive career development. --Encourage your child to ask and think about the question, "What will I be when I grow up?" In the early years, children's hopes are expressed in fantasy terms, especially during play. You will hear such things as: "I'm Daddy and I'm Superman, and you're Mommy and you're Wonder Woman." Don't criticize such statements. Your child is exploring who he or she is and the kind of persons they are becoming. It will help you to understand him or her better if you let your child talk in this way. Provide toys that encourage experimentation through play with many different jobs. --Don't discourage your child from planning particular careers at an uary 1983 inities Please contact r phone 4348. MSGT WILLIAM FISHER, MARINE BARRACKS' COMMUNICATIONS CHIEF, IS PREsented his Certificate of Discharge by Col. G.D. Navadel, commanding officer, MAtine Baracks/GDF, just prior to his reenlisting for five years. The ceremony was conducted Jan. 4th in the Staff NCO Club. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) Cuban-American Friendship Day Tickets for the 14th annual CubanAmerican Friendship are now on sale. The big event is planned for Friday, Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar, beginning at noon. Menu items will include, among other things, roast pig, chicken fricasse, cassava, rice and beans, watercress salad and fresh Cuban LOCATION bread. Retail StoreSoft drinks are included in the Jewelry Dept. ticket price and alcoholic drinks Jewery Dpt. will be available at an additional Accounting Dept. charge per drink. Music for the event will be proLEEWARD POINT voided by "Orqestra Novel," a nsRetail Store tonally known band from New York. During intermissions, the group will be relieved by "Graphic Expression" so there won't be any Maintenance Dept. breaks in the dancing. Tickets are $6.00 for adults and Security $3.00 for children 4-12 years old. Deparment(Children under 4 are admitted free.) early age. It is better to ask, "Why does this appeal to you?"-that it is to say something like, "You wouldn't like to do that" of "That's a terrific job" or "That's completely unrealistic." Until major action decisions have to be made, it is better to let your child think about any possible job choice. --Try to help your child think about alternate choices. The question, "If for some reason, you couldn't do this, what other things would you want to do?" is a good one to raise. It will help you learn more about your child, and will also help her or him broaden the basis for career decision-making. Talking about your own alternative career choices will also help in this. For example, discussing jobs you've had in the past, or changes you might be considering in your present occupation. --Try to eliminate sex bias in thinking about your child's future career. Your daughter may very well wish to enter an occupation you now think of as "masculine," or your son enter one that you consider "feminine." Don't discourage them from thinking about such occupations.Times are changing, and they will need extra measures of your emotional support. If the child next door discourages your daughter from being a doctor because "girls are nurses," take your daughter to a woman doctor if you can. If you can't, point out women who are in traditional male jobs. Say things like, "A person's sex really doesn't matter, it's ability that counts." --Don't hesitate to respond when your child asks, "What do you think I should be when I grow up?" Try to make it clear that it is more important that he or she be happy than become what you would like. However, you can point out particular talents that he or she possesses and discuss the jobs that these would be helpful in. --Tell your child about work that you do. Try to do so in a positive way so that your child will gain respect for you be respecting what you do. Neither encourage nor discourage your child from considering your occupation. The important thing is that your child sees that you, through your work, are making contributions to society. It is important to purchase your tickets early because of the liberal administrative leave policy established by Commander Naval Base. With a ticket in hand and your supervisor's permission, you get the afternoon of Jan. 28 off. Tickets are currently available from the following individuals: Ms. Barbier .2330 or 3250 (home) Ensign Stack. 2320/2860 Chief Mendaros. 2132/2531 Mr. Aldama. 4834 Mr. Odelin .4324 or 3476 (home) Mr. Lopez .4506 Chief Brown .4706 Mr. Gonzalez. 4642 Mr. Wright. 4595/4590 Ms. Sinclair. 7258 Mr. Thomas .4190 Petty Officer Holloway .4502 Ms. Pope.4600 Lt. Glasser. 4600 --Encourage you child to ask people about their jobs. Make use of your friends who are in the occupations your child is considering. Emphasize to your child that she or he should seek information, not firm advice, from such persons. If your child is particularly interested, ask a friend if your child can visit to see what the job actually involves. --Take your child on field trips to see various people at work at factories, offices, automechanic shops. etc. This is very helpful in letting children acquire a realistic view of a variety of jobs. Next week's remaining tips will range from encouraging your child to explore bobbies and other leisure-time activities that are productive and useful and to think about post-secondary educational opportunities. Parents' Corner by Rochelle Wheeler Family Advocacy Social Worker U.S. Naval Hospital UENS

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Home teams capture NFL Playoff victories Morgan takes Open; Palmer comes close With a trip to the Super Bowl on the line, two of the N.F.L.'s more intense divisional rivalries will continue next weekend. Miami crushed the San Diego Chargers 34-13 in an A.F.C. semi-final game yesterday. Now the Dolphins will host the New York Jets for the A.F.C. title next Sunday. In the N.F.C., Dallas' 37-26 triumph over the Green Bay Packers yesterday advanced the Cowboys into Saturday's N.F.C. title game against the Washington Redskins. At Miami, David Woodley threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as the Dolphins avenged last year's overtime loss to the Chargers in the playoffs. Miami's defense, tops in the league, forced seven turnovers, including five interceptions against Dan Fouts. The Dolphins built a 24-0 early lead, led 27-13 Philadelphia skates to record on the road (AP)--The Patrick Division leading Philadelphia Flyers have tied an N.H.L. record by skating to their eighth-straight road victory. Pacing the Flyers to last night's 4-0 shutout of the Rangers in New York was Brian Propp, who scored twice. Goaltender Bob Froese, making only his third N.H.L. start, stopped 16 shots. The Vancouver Canucks erupted with four first-period goals last night, and then held on to ground the Winnipeg Jets 6-4. Two of the first period goals were scored on power plays by Kevin McCarthy. The win is just the second for the Canucks in their last 11 outings. The Chicago Black Hawks have picked up their fourth win in their last 11 games, a 4-2 triumph over the Detroit Red Wings. Chicago won it by unleashing a three-goal spree in a three minute span of the final period. Navratilova wins 100th in last 103 matches (AP)--Martina Navratilova used a strong service game last night to defeat Sylvia Hanika of West Germany 6-3, 7-6 in the $150,000 Virginia Slims Houston Tennis tournament., The 26-year-old Navratilova has now won 100 of her Last 103 matches. She collected $28,000 for the singles victory. Billie Jean King defeated Sharon Walsh 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, yesterday to take the top prize at the first stop on the Women's Tennis Classic Tour in Santa Rosa, California. The new tour is for women pros over 30 who have won a major Services Do you need a babysitter? Days/ nights or weekends, Call Anne, 3216. Wantel Engine or parts of an engine for Yamaha 200 RD or 250. Contact P. Haynes at 4679/4930 DWH. 0. Babysitter to watch one five year old, two three year olds and one eight week old on Friday, Jan. 21, from 12:30-2 p.m. Call Mary Koontz at 2896 AT. Looking to buy a snare durm w/without stand. Contact P. 0. Haynes at 4679/4930 DWH. Badly needed -a clutch and transmission or a whole engine for a '73 Honda 175XL. Call and ask for Bruce 2101/2212 DWH. Interested in getting a typewriter, preferably portable, not too big. Please call 6208 DWH or 6335 AWH. Ask for Thomas 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 mdia mentions for full info on best Book Fair ever!! Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. For Sale '79 Evenrude 25 HP, 16-ft boat, trailer--all, $1500. Call 4844DWH. championship or $1 million during their careers. In the doubles final, King teamed with Walsh to defeat Rosie Casals and Wendy Turnbull 6-2, 6-2. Top-seeded John Alexander of Australia won the $90,000 Open Tennis Championship in Auckland, New Zealand yesterday. He beat New Zealand's Russell Simpson 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 in the final. In the doubles final, New Zealand's Simpson and Chris Lewis beat Australia's David Graham and Laurie Warder 7-6, 6-3. 90cc Kawasaki for parts could possibly be made to run. Call and ask for Bruce, 2101/2212 DWH. Atari game cartridges: Missile Command, Football, Home Run, Basketball and Space War, $15 each. Call 3548 after 2 p.m. Two t0in size beds, good condition, head board; foot board, springs, one with mattress, $45 and one without mattress, $30. Call 3344 after 5 p.m. Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono capabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Fore series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 OWE or 3385 AWE. Must sell by Jan. 17. Memphis (Les Paul Copy) electric guitar, excellent condition, case included. Serious inquiries only PLEASE. Call 3800 AT. When riding the bumper ahead, remember. Safety Slogan he may have better brakes than you. at the half, and then shut out the Chargers' high-powered offense over the final two periods. At Irving, Texas, a 49-yard pass from one flanker to another, Drew Pearson to Tony Hill, set up the Cowboys' game-clinching touchdown with 4:24 to play. The 37-26 win enabled Dallas to move into the title game for the 10th time in 13 years. With Dallas clinging to a fourpoint 30-26 lead, Danny White tossed the ball back to Pearson, who in turn threw a long pass to Hill. The Stanford University veteran was tackled at the one. The next play Robert Newhouse scored to put the game out of reach. Dennis Thurman intercepted three passes by Green Bay's Lynn Dickey, including one he returned for a 39-yard second quarter score. On the day, Dickey completed 19-of-36 passes for 332 yards. White was good on 23-6f-36 for 225 yards. Ranger-100 work boots, size 9 EE, steel toe, oil resistant sole, never worh, $59. Call 4844DWH. One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; i9 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWH. DAILY ENER Use: Target: Baseball (AP)--Southpaw Fernando Valenzuela says he'll probably reach an agreement to renew his contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers before the 1983 baseball season begins. In an interview with a newspaper in his native Mexico, Valenzuela is quoted as saying he hopes "something important will happen by the end of the month." And Valenzuela says he wants to stay with L.A. for the remainder of his major league career. NBA (UPI)--Gus Williams scored 24 points and Lonnie Shelton added 20 as the Seattle Supersonics snapped an eight game losing streak with a 111-96 victory over the Kansas City Kings. Playing its fifth game in six nights, Kansas City lost its third straight. The Kings were led by Ray Williams with 20 points. Seattle is 24-15 on the season, while the Kings are 21-16. Tom Poquette scored 22 points and three other Utah Players scored 20 or more last night, to life the Jazz to a 115-111 victory over the San Diego Clippers. The Jazz also got 21 points each from Darrell Griffith and Ricky Green while Jeff Wilkins added 20. Rookie Terry Cummings led the -Clippers with a game-high 34 points. He also grabbed 11 rebounds. San Diego center Bill Walton was in foul trouble most of the night, and held to six points. In the only other game last night in the N.B.A., Milwaukee defeated Golden State 109-108. College Basketball (AP)--In college basketball yesterday, one top 20 team was in action. Rodney McCray scored 16 points to pace eighth-ranked Louisville to a 63-58 win over DePaul. Trailing 34-33 at halftime, the Cardinals went in front to stay at 35-34 when Scooter McCray hit Louisville's opening basket of the second half. The Cardinals, now 13-2, also got 12 points from Milt Wagner and 10 from freshman Jeff Hall. 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The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (AT=anytime, DWH= during working hours, AWH=after working hours). l The Daily Gazette _, Page 4 Monday, January 17, 1983 I 'd1111GI JIIIGJ _IVJC (AP)--Gil Morgan made it two golf tournament victories in a row yesterday. He fired a final round 68 for a two-stroke triumph in the $300,000 Los Angeles Open. Morgan won the first tournament of the 1983 P.G.A. season last week at Tucson. By winning the two tournaments, the Oklahoma native has pocketed $108,000, just two weeks into the P.G.A. season. Morgan's surge to victory overshadowed Arnold Palmer's finest showing on the tour in a decade. The 53-year-old legend began the final round just one shot off the lead. He threatened to win for the first time in 10 years when he vaulted into the lead with back-toback birdies on the fourth and fifth holes but faltered on the back nine with three consecutive bogeys-. He finished with a oneover-par 72 for the day and a 275 totals nine-under-par. 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. Ladies Golf Last Thursday we played Blind Partners. Mary Jane McCafferty and Ann Felkins won 1st place. Audre Masters had low putts. Sears Coldspot, frostless refrigera tor/freezer, good condition, $160; Pioneer SX-939 stereo-receiver 100W per channel maximum output, $220. Call Phil at 4160DwH or 3373AWH. 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