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MCPON stresses :Leadership by example


Navy Editor Service, Jan. 7, 1983
by James R. Guisti
The Navy's Enlisted community faces rough seas, but is has a traditionalist to keep it on a positive track.
Ladened with promotion delays, budget cuts, pay caps, and family separations, the community requires strong leadership and has it in Master Chief Billy C. Sanders, the fifth Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy.

Since relieving Master Chief Thomas S. Crow as MCPON on Oct. 1, Sanders has had to advise the Navy's leadership on a pay cap, enlisted promotion delays, and budget cuts.
Now familiar with the task before him, Master Chief Sanders feels


that strong leadership based on Navy tradition will enable the service to ride out the storms ahead.
"I am a traditionalist and would like to see us get back into the old traditional ways of doing things within the enlisted community and within the Navy," said Master Chief Sanders. "If we don't build on tradition, we tend to crumble and step backwards. As long as we are building on the Navy's solid and proven tradition, we will go forward."
"We must enhance our enlisted leadership," he continued,
"No longer can we afford to separate the professional aspects from the military. Our people must be super technicians and super sailors,' Sanders said. "The chiefs must lead our enlisted men and women. They


must have the expertise and leadership to develop petty officers into role models that others can strive for."
Master Chief Sanders stressed that leadership by example is what every sailor, expecially chiefs, must practice to keep pride and professionalism on track.

While he conceded that the Navy has taken giant steps in building pride and professionalism, he believes there is still room for improvement.
"In my tour and Admiral Watkins' tour as CNO, we are going to work to increase the Navy's pride and professionalism 100 percent over today's," he said.
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GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




Volume 38 Number 13 Wednesday, January 19, 1983



Jobs have become valuable commodities


NEW YORK (AP)--Jobs are valuablecommodities these days. In Rochester, N.Y., the FBI is investigating what may be a job-selling racket in at least one division of the Eastman Kodak Company. Kodak requested the investigation six months ago. It is not known how many workers are being investigated, but the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle .otes an unnamed source who says )~licants paid more than $500 to at Wast two company workers in order to be hired.
There's additional evidence of the tough economic times of 1982. The government says 19 states experienced double-digit joblessness in November--three times as many as in

Fresh stateside donuts


.Can be yours in Feb.

by Lew Reed
Fat pills, geedunk, goodies, or whatever the name, the donuts are coming, and not just any donuts, but we're talking fresh, commercial donuts from the States!
"Where?' you ask, "where?"
At the Windward Ferry Landing
Coffee Shack during the month of February.
The Leeward Point E-6 Association
is sponsoring this special and all proceeds from all sales during the month of February will be given to the High School Scholarship Fund.
In addition to the mouth-watering
donuts, coffee, hot chocolate, and # will be available. fnhe prices are quite reasonable. ffee, hot chocolate, and tea sells for 30� and those fabulous donuts
go for 35� each.
All of February at the Windward
Ferry Landing Coffee Shack, great
donuts for a great cause.


Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

If possible, locate floor,
table, and hanging lamps in the corner of a room rather than against a flat wall. Lamps in corners reflect light from two wall
surfaces instead of one and therefore, give more usable light.
Energy conservation is important
to you!.


ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?


the same month a year before. The Bureau of Labor statistics says that from November of 1981 until last November, Maine was the only state to show a drop in its unemployment rate.
The Congressional Budget Office is predicting that high unemployment will last through the year. The agency says unless there are new taxes and spending cuts, government deficits could swell to more than $320 billion in 1987.
The Budget Office says there is general agreement that a balanced federal budget is not a reasonable goal in the immediate future.
When the government reported in November that housing starts had surged, many analysts viewed the gains as evidence of an end to the industry's slump.
But, with the December figures
out now, things don't look quite as good. The Commerce Department says housing starts for all of 1982 are at their lowest level since 1946. December starts were down 13 percent from a month earlier.
The government also reports that Americans' personal income rose just 6.4 percent last year. That is the slowest rate of growth since 1963.
Yet another report on the economy comes out today, and this one is ex-


pected to show a sharp decline in economic activity last year.
Commerce Department figures are expected to show a 1982 drop of 1.7 to 1.8 percent in the inflatioh-adjusted gross national product, the broadest measure of U.S. economic activity. The expected decline would be the steepest for any year since-the 1940s.

U.S. participation is

Called 'provocation'
PENTAGON (AP)--About 900 U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force personnel will participate in joint military exercises with Honduras next month.
Officials say the maneuvers will include a helicopter-lift of Honduran soldiers to a sensitive area near the Nicaraguan border.
Nicaragua says it considers the exercises a "provocation."
Meanwhile, Leftist guerrillas in El Salvador say they have placed all their forces on combat alert to counter one of the biggest army operations of the three-year civil war.
Rebel radio says the guerrillas blew up a key bridge, blocking the advance of about 6,000 government troops pushing toward guerrilla strongholds in a northern province near the Honduran border.


t , News


NI5Digest
BALTIMORE (UPI)--A worker at a daycare center has been suspended for tying an unruly 5-year-old boy to a table with a dog collar and chain lease. The director of the Cathedral Day Care Center says the aide used the collar and the leash in an "unfortunate" attempt to control the youngster, who had bitten seve-. ral other children earlier in the day.
FALKLAND ISLANDS (AP)--Falkland Islanders do not necessarily agree with British Government reports that say Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her government aren't to blame for the Argentine invasion of the islands. The London representative of the Falklands government says he is rather surprised by the report, adding, "They seem to have completely exonerated everybody."
WASHINGTON (UPI)--Visiting Japanese, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone says he expects a "stormy" meeting with Congressional leaders, today. Nakasone told President Reagan, yesterday, that he cannot move as quickly as Reagan wants on sensitive trade and defense issues, because of political difficulties at home.

'The Great...Pig-Out'

ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI)--A Humane Society official says plans for skydiving piglets are "immoral, unneccessary and dumb," but there isn't anything he can do to stop it.
Three little pigs, dressed in goggles, caps and scarves, are scheduled to take a 4,000-foot parachute drop this weekend. The 12-pound pigs will be strapped to three human sky divers during an outdoor music festival. The event is dubbed "The Great American PigOut."
Meanwhile, a "piggy-back' ride is planned in Washington--if the Washington Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday.
Democratic Representative Walter Fauntroy of the District of Columbia is a football fan and says he will ride House Majority Leader Jim Wright of Texas into the House Chamber, piggy-back, if the 'Skins win. The game is for the National Football Conference Champhionship and a trip to Super Bowl 17. If Dallas wins, however, Fauntroy says he will tote the Texas Democrat into the Chamber.


Free'dog dip' Friday

There will be a free dog dip at the Dog Pound on Friday, January 21st from 9 a.m. to noon.
Here's your opportunity to get those "itcihy' fleas and ticks off your dogs.
For more information, please call 4440 or 4105 and ask for BU3 Johnson.


Funding for military benefits may be cut


WASHINGTON (NES)--Funding for some benefits authorized in the Uniformed Services Pay Act of 1981 may be in jeopardy.
The 1981 act authorized, in concept, funding for an emergency leave program, environmental morale leave program, as well as a temporary lodging expense allowance.
Funding sources were to be identified in the fiscal year 1982 Supplemental Budget or through reprogramming requests.
Approval for these programs was not received in 1982, and their funding is being challenged by Congress in FY83.
The following is the status of these benefits:
Funded emergency leave and funded environmental morale leave: A funded emergency leave program for members and dependents stationed overseas when government transportation is not available was to be made available during FY83.
Additionally, funding was authorized for environmental and morale


leave transportation for members and dependents stationed at particularly arduous and remote overseas duty stations.
The Pouse report of the Fv83 DOD Appropriations Bill includes Marine Corps and Air Force funding for these programs and directs DOD to ensure that Army and Navy funds are also identified for program implementation.
The Senate report, however, deletes funds intended to support the program.
The Navy plans to submit a formal appeal to the appropriations committees' joint conference strongly supporting the House actions and is prepared to reprogram the funds necessary to implement these vital programs.
Implementation must be delayed
pending the outcome of the FY83 Defense Appropriations Bill.
Temporary Lodging Expense: The 1981 pay act approved funding for TLE for members and families while one permanent change of station


moves within the continental United States.
Four days were authorized at no more than S10 per day.
The House report on the FY83 Defense Appropriations Bill reduced the amount of funding requested for the TLE program.
The Senate report deleted all
funding earmarked for the establishment .f a TLE program.
The Navy plans to appeal to the appropriations committee, strongly urging support of the House provision which will provide 25 percent of the funding necessary to implement this program.
Further action must be delayed pending the outcome of the appropriation process.
Congressional experts say it is doubtful that an appropriation bill will be enacted before March 1983.
The Navy is prepared to implement these programs immediately upon approval of the necessary funding under the FY83 Defense Appropriations Act.








Tryouts for Guantanamo
Bay Little Theatre's
spring production, be held on Sunday,
- Plaza Suite," will
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 23, 24, and 25

from 7-9 p.m. in the
Elementary School Multipurpose Room. This is a Neil Simon Broadway comedy which recounts the adventures of three different sets of people all occupying Suite 719 at the Plaza Hotel in New York. The cast includes four males and three females in their 40-50's and three males and two females in their 20's. Since the three acts can be practiced separately, plans are to rehearse for four weeks, presenting the play in late February. Scripts can be checked out for advance perusal by contacting Bill Sumney at 4130 DWH or 2974 AWH. If you need transportation to the tryouts, also contact Bill. Anyone who would like to help with the production in any way backstage is also encouraged to come to one or more of these tryout times. People are needed in all areas-lights, props, makeup, costumes, sound, publicity, etc. Now is your time to jump in with both feet and take part in one of GTMO's most rewarding activities--putting a play "on the boards."
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS IN GTMO are as folloT s: Day Time Location MON Noon Hook Bldg. TrUE
WED 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo THU 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo FRI 8 p.m. Hook Bldg. SAT 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo SUN 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo The only requirement for membership, is a desire to stop drinking,

PSD DISBURSING TRAVEL SECTION HOURS of operation. Disbursing Office customers are reminded that the Travel Section conducts routine walk-in business between the weekday hours of 7:30-11:30 a.m. daily. Afternoon hours are utilized by the Travel Section for the actual computation and processing of travel claims received earlier. Customers requiring emergency assistance after 11:30 should contact DKC Cruz, DKCM Mercado or ENS Hert, respectively. Inquiries concerning previously submitted travel claims are not considered an emergency and should be reserved for the morning hours. Travelers' cooperation is requested.

SAY IT WITH SIGNS: SIGN fn 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.

FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN'S Dental Health Month. The Branch Dental Clinic Guantanamo Bay will be offering dental examinations, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment on Saturday, Feb. 5, for children ages 5-16 (dependents and civilian) who have not been seen in the past year. Parents are encouraged to call 4554/4274 for an appointment.


GAZETTE


Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,

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


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 AT!

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.


ATTENTION COMO PATRONS! MAKE PLANS now to attend the annual "Time and Talent" Scholarship Auction to be held on Feb. 19 at the COMO Club. This year's actioneer will again be our local radio personality, J. J. Smith, and we'll be auctioning our usual unique selection of catered dinners, boat and plane rides, complimentary lessons, plus a beautiful selection of specialized hand crafts. Cocktails begin at
6 p.m., with a buffet dinner following at 6:30 for $6 per person. Menu includes beef burgundy, chicken in wine sauce, potatoes, salad bar, vegetables, wild rice, and dessert. Auction begins at 7:30 p.m. Advance dinner tickets available only by contacting Mary Beth Bennet at 4239 or Debbie Pomfret at 2601. All proceeds go to the Scholarship Fund. Sponsored by GBOWC.


The American 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.
RED CROSS HAS ONE OF THE MOST rapid means of communication available in the world today. It is capable of communicating with chapters throughout the United States and at overseas military installations (including ships dt sea).

THE RED CROSS OFFICE (BLDG. 928) IS located on Bay Hill Road between Sound Scene and the Navy Lodge. Office hours are from 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and a duty worker is on call when the office is closed. Personnel needing Red Cross service during normal working hours may call 2234 or 4676. In the event of EMERGENCY nights, weelrends and holidays, call 2234. If no answer call the base telephone operator to have the duty worker paged.

RED CROSS PROVIDES PROFESSIONAL .ounseling for emergencies, financial crises and family problems to include verification for
emergency leave.


Educational Note

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


THERE ARE VOLUNTEER OPENINGS IN various places on base. The majority serve at the hospital, the SD's office, assist the school nurse at the elementary school and in teaching Nursing and Safety courses.

RED CROSS PROGRAMS CONSIST OF CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters", and mother and baby care classes.


Club Activities

HOW CAN ANYONE FEEL
comfortable working
~ with children without taking training? How do
we know if
we are doing
the right
* - thing for the
boys? To help all
.those involved with
GTMO Cub Scouting give a quality scouting program, Adult Cub Leader Training is scheduled for SatUrday, Jan. 22, and Saturday, Jan. 29, in the PWD conference room. Registration starts at 9 a.m. Den Leaders, Pack Leaders and their assistants, Pack Committee members, and all other interested parents and personnel are invited to attend. "The Cub Scout Program" (session 1) and "Program Planning" (session 2) will be given on Jan. 22. Each session is two hours. A bag lunch is suggested. These group training sessions will utilize the National Training Manual and will be conducted by a Nationally Certified Instructor. Further information can be obtained by contacting Manning Trewitt at 2582 AWH or C. Gnilka at 4941 AT.

ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS rSquare Dance Club Members , and Class Members: We will be having a Caravan Dance beginning Saturday, Jan. 22, at 5 p.m. in front of the hospital. This is a chance to earn several badges. Hope to see everyone there.


Wednesday, January 19, 1983


The Daily Gazette


Special Announcements


PERSONNEL/DISBURSING
M,T,T,F - 0730-1630
W - 0730-1300


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 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.
The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit all submissions. (AT=anytime, AWH=after working hours, DWH=during working hours).


THE E7 NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEment examination will be administered Jan. 20 at the Windjammer Club. Participants should report by 7:30 a.m. Work sheets will be
available for
signature at the exam site on the morning of the examination. Examinees must be in the uniform of the day or clean working uniform and have ID cards in their possession.

ALL DIVISIONS OF PSD (PERSONNEL, DISbursing, and Transportation) will close at 1300 commencing Wednesday, Jan. 5, 1983, for the purpose of general military and professional training for PSD personnel. Bona fide emergencies will, of course, be handled at any time. Customers are requested to plan visits accordingly. PSD's hours of operation will be:


TRANSPORTATION
M,T,T,F - 0800 - 1530
(Cashier 0800-1300; 1400-1530)
W - 0800-1300
(Cashier 0800-1300)

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.

THE NEW SUBSTANCE ABUSE COORDINATOR (SAC) for the Naval Station is YNl 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.

MARCH 1983 (CYCLE 99) NAVY WIDE Advancement Examination of E4/E5/E6: Start now. Now is not too early to begin preparing for the March 1983 advancement exams. All hands are encouraged to pursue ant active program to complete the prerequisites well before the cutoff date. Commands are requested to stress completion of courses, PARS, and performance and leadership tests prior to the exam ordering deadline, to aid in preventing the costly waste of unused exams.


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 op 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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MC PON stresses: 'Leadership by example


(Continued from Page 1) Once in a while a crisis will come
Throughout his travels, Sanders has up, and then we'll have longer deand will continue to stress the need ployments." for strong leadership while listening to the comments and gripes of the Chief Sanders is frequently questNavy's bluejackets. ioned about uniforms and budget " y role is to serve as a focal cuts.
point for the enlisted community The MCPON sees stability for Navy for problems that cannot be solved uniforms and turbulent times as a through the normal chain of command, result of budget cuts. I personally believe that all prob- "Admiral Watkins has made the lems can be solved through the chain statement that a CNO should only of command," he said. "But I'm the make one change in a uniform policy, Navy's safety valve." and a change in the socks counts as No one issue clearly holds the one. So, he is not going to use his forefront of sailors' concerns to- ace card any time soon," said Sanday. Instead, the issues are frag- ders. mented, but things like pay, quality "The uniform policy will be stable of life, habitability, uniforms, for the next three years, but there housing, and family separation are of are things that we are going to concern, carry on with," he said."One of them Sanders spoke out on items receiv- is the decision to go back to the g particular emphasis. jumper sea bag. I also believe we
in*"The pay issue is still with us. will eventually go into undress jum.9cannot tolerate taking pay caps, pers, but that's just carrying out and I will work for equitable pay a past change." for all our people." Even with stability in uniforms,
* "Habitability and quality of the defense budget once again has life in the Navy -- we are doing well fallen victim to the congressional in this area today. Both are probably guillotine. better than we have ever had, but we "When Congress tinkers with the still can improve on them." Defense Appropriations Bill, the
* "Family separations are always fallout affects everyone," said the going to be a problem, but we can chief. "Anything dealing with persoften the blow. The Navy finally sonnel money~this fiscal year is got smart and decided that the going to be affected, and we must be spouses were also part of the Navy prepared for that." family. Now that we know the Navy is "We are not going to have money to genuinely concerned about our fami- transfer people on their normal rolies' welfare, going to sea will be tation dates, so we've asked for a little easier." voluntary extensions. Naturally, if
* "Housing is another key issue we don't get them, we'll have to inconcerning Navy families. We must voluntarily extend some people, but have more housing for our Navy fami- this policy will not continue forlies especially in the high-cost ever," he added. living areas. We're working on The master chief said, "The same that." with promotions -- we are going to
* "I don't see any change in see more delays. The situation is
lengths of deployments. Basically, this: We can either cut back the numwe have a good working plan and we ber selected and promote people on are sticking to it. But we have to time, or maintain the number we can look at today's world situation be- select for promotion and delay the cause it could change at any time. actual promotion. The decision today


'Duty is the noblest


word in the English


language'



-Robert E. Lee


by Lee Holloway
Upon looking at a portrait of
Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln remarked, "It is a good face; it is the face of a noble, noble, brave
man..."
Robert E. Lee was born Jan. 19, 1807 at his family home, Stratford Hall, in Westmoreland County, Va. By the time he became a teenager, the family fortunes had dwindled and realizing that his attending a top university would take a great deal of money, he applied for and was awarded a scholarship to West Point. He graduated in 1829, number two in his class, without a single demerit.
-s military career following graion was typical of any young ofter of the day and prior to 1861, Lee had never commanded a substantial number of troops in the field.
When the Southern states began their secession movement in 1860, Lee had mixed emotions on the subject. On the one hand, he did not believe secession was the answer, but on the other, he could not bear to "raise my sword against Virginia." Therefore, when Abraham Lincoln
offered him field command of the U.S. Army, he rejected the offer and two days later, following the secession of his home state, resigned his commission.
Lee, whose motto was "Duty is the noblest word in the English language," accepted command of the Confederate Army in a war that favored the North by a ratio of 5:2. The seceeding states numbered 11 and had a total white population of 5.5 million with 3.5 million slaves in an agricultural region with almost no manufacturing.


The Union was comprised of 22
states with a population of 22 million and was potentially capable of supporting a war. When war broke out in 1862, the Northern states possessed 90 wooden ships and the Confederacy had none.
But even with these odds, the South fought for five years and Gen. Lee's leadership was a deciding factor in the valiant stand of the Confederate States of America.
It was not until April 9, 1365, following devastating losses on the battlefield at Appomattox that Lee sent a message to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant requesting a cease-fire and conference. At 3:45 p.m. on that same day, Lee surrendered his troops and for all practical purposes the war was over.
Following the defeat of the South, Lee's attitude, unlike that of many others of his time, was to "forgive and forget." He believed that the bitterness of defeat should not be allowed to interfere with the reconstruction of the Southern economy. Lee, himself, went on to become president of Washington University, later renamed Washington and Lee University.
Rcbert E. Lee became ill in the
fall, of 1870. He took to his bed and'hardly spoke at all while awake but his wife said that in his sleep "he andered to those dreadful battlefields." On October 12, he died at the age of 64. His phvsician attributed his death to "mental and physical fatigue."


is the Navy will maintain selection levels and delay promotions.
"These are not good choices, but when we are dealing with money problems, we must make some hard decisions. It's not the Navy making these decisions on an arbitrary basis, it is something forced on our leaders by Congress."
The MCPON quickly stressed that cutting ships and weapon systems would not solve the problem of getting money for the Navy people programs today.
Ships and other hardware are funded by money budgeted over several years and budgeted specifically for personnel programs either today or in the future.
Personnel money and hardware money are separate accounts and money cannot be transferred between them.
Despite the gray cloud over the enlisted community, Master Chief Sanders feels that America's and the Navy's greatest strength is the American enlisted man and woman.
"If you look at our potential adversaries and compare them to us, you'll find that on the hardware end we have a little more sophisticated equipment in some areas. On the personnel end, the two officer communities are about equal in expertise," he said.
"But, when you compare the enlisted communities, that's where we have a very strong edge. The Navy enlisted community is better prepared to take on the challenges of today's world situations. So they are our strongest strength. And, I'm very proud to be part of it," said MCPON Sanders.


Civilian Job


Ahoy shipmate! Ifn yuhr unhappy in yuhr rating, yuh might want tuh consider switching tuh something more tuh yuhr liking.
One way tuh do this is the rating conversion program. Here's what I was reading 'bout it.
"This program offers enlisted members with less than 15 years active service the opportunity to convert to a rating for which they have more interest or aptitude. The program also encourages members of overmanned ratings to convert to an undermanned rating.
Persons eligible:
Candidates must be a P01 or below: and request a rating in CREO Group A or B of the Open Rates/Skills List.
Not be serving in an undermanned rating or possess a critical skill/
NEt.
Satisfy the eligibility requirements for the desired rating.
Shall not be currently serving inan enlistment or extension for which SRB has been paid."
That there is the program in uh nutshell. Ifn yuhr interested, contact yuhr kayreer counselor.
Nuff said!




Openings


ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE CLOSING DATE

72-83 Data Transcriber, GS/LGS-356- 26 Jan 1983
3 (TEMP NTE 30 SEPT 1983)
71-83 Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-04 26 Jan 1983 70-83 Secretary (TYPING), GS-318-5 26 Jan 1983 69-83 Office Machine Operator, GS/ 26 Jan 1983
LGS-350-01 (TEMP NTE 29 Sept
1983)


COIAND
Supply

PWD Trans. NAS C9 NPPSBO


The following positions are permanent register;
46-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN All Commands
(Kelly Girl)
18-83 Firefighter (Structural), OPEN Fire Dept
PS-081-03
38-83 Telephone Operator, GS/LGS- OPEN PWD Utilt.
382-02/3
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: NAF-21-82 CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT CLUBS 17-83 Clerk-Typist, GSILGS-322-03 All Commands NAF-31-82 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT CLUBS NAF-25-82 Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT CLUBS NAF-47-82 Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT CLUBS NAF-42-82 Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT CLUBS


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It's C.B. Ball time once again! And along with all the festivities comes the election of C.B. fueen 1q83. Oueen caadidate Pam House has many exciting functions to come. Watch the nazette for the fun dates and mark your calendar!
Saturday, January 22, 1q83, 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 eve-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 Navv Exchange.
Also on Saturday, January 22, 1983, Miss House will sponsor a Men's Beau-


tiful Legs Contest. Pictures ot ten pairs of the loveliest legs in GTMO will be on display for your votes. Or.: quarter will register one vote... the legs with the most votes will receive a pri'e to be presented on Saturday, Inuarv 29, 1983, at the opening ceremonies of the tentative Mud Wrestling Contest also in Miss House's honor. Pam

On Sat., Jan. 22, at the Barrel Club from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Loratta Jackson--a nominee for Seabee Queen, is sponsoring a fund-raising party.
There will be hawbitgars, hot dogs, sodas, beer, mixed drinks-and a D.J. playing a variety of music. So come on Out and have a good time! Everybody is invited.
Loretta Lynn Jackson


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Will Senior Bowl prove a passing duel?


(AP)--The scouts will get to see some pretty good quarterbacks at Mobile. The North boasts of U.C.L.A.'s Tom Ramsey and Pittsburgh's Dan Marino. The South has Louisiana State's Alan Risher and John Holman, of Northeast Louisiana.
One always looks for a passing duel in the Senior Bowl. The coaches will tell you they don't have time, only five hour-long practice sessions this week, to put in a running game; that they will concentrate mainly on a few simple pass patterns.

There have been five 300-yard
passing performances in the Senior Bowl even though a quarterback never plays the entire contest. One of those, with a 332-yard performance in 1976, was Richard Todd. He will be leading the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins in the


American Conference championship game Sunday.
Most people never heard of Holman, a Mobile native who played his high school football in the Senior Bowl stadium. But his statistics are impressive. A veer quarterback when he became a starter midway through his freshman year, Holman adapted to Northeast Louisiana's switch to a "Dallas Cowboys-type offense" well enough to wind up as the sixth-leading passer in N.C.A.A. history.
A last minute invitee to the
Senior Bowl is Utah scatback Carl Monroe. He could turn out to be one of the most exciting performers in the game.
Although only 5'9" and 170 pounds, Monroe rushed for over 1,500 yards last fall, a mark topped only by one other college senior, AllAmerica Eric Dickerson of Southern Methodist.


Braves' Bob Horner seeks new contract
(AP)--The Atlanta Braves apparently Jays announced today that desdon't want to lose third baseman Bob ignated hitter Cliff Johnson and Horner to free agency after the infielder Garth Iorg have signed 1984 season. Horner's agent says two year contracts, while center the slugging third baseman will fielder Lloyd Moseby inked a onesign a four-year contract later year pact. this week for more than $5 million.
Bucky Woy says all the money is
guaranteed, and he'll reportedly Does NFL fix games? have a no-trade clause in the contract. Horner was on the trading (AP)--The N.F.L. says its staff is block after this past season, when looking into charges of fixed he hit 32 homers. But Braves' games and improper associations by General Manager John Mullen per- both players and owners. suaded owner Ted Turner not to The allegations were made in a trade Horner and begin serious Public Broadcasting Service telebargaining to keep him. vision documentary aired last
Last month, the Boston Red Sox night. The show was screened by and Oakland A's pulled off a major reporters last week. But P.B.S. trade at the baseball meetings in refused to allow N.F.L. officials Honolulu. Today, the two clubs to see it before last night. The made another, smaller deal. The league says results of a probe Sox acquired right-hander Brian into the charges is expected withKingman from Oakland in exchange in "the next couple of days." for a player to be named later. On the program, a gambler charged
Kingman was 4-12 for the A's that a coach, quarterback and delast season. Boston General Man- fensive captain of an unidentified ager Haywood Sullivan says one team were paid to fix four N.F.L. of the reasons he made the American games in 1968, 1969, and 1970. League trade was a positive recom- The show also suggested Carroll mendation from catcher Jeff Newman, Rosenbloom, former owner of the one of the players involved in the Los Angeles Rams, was murdered earlier trade. while swimming off the coast of
Three more Toronto Blue Jays Florida in 1979. The official
are in the nest for 1983. The verdict on the death was drowning-.


Wantei
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.

"-Fada any new-kittens lately? Don't
*.know what to do with them? I wouldlike to have one. Call 4113 and ask for Joe, or 3206AWH.

Badly needed - one good quality stereo phono cartridge for my Marantz turntable. Call 3112AWH.

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


Services

Babysitting in my home any age, any time. Located at Evans Point next to the Post Office. Call 2897 AT.


For Sale

Band Public Address-sy stem. Six
* channel stereo mixer, 490 watt power
amp, two cabinets with one 15-inch and four tweeters each. Call Al at
6215DWH for information.

Soundesign AM/FM FM stereo receiver with cassette tape recorder/player and automatic record changer: $125. Call 3112AWH.

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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 workinR day.


1 Hoover upright vacuum cleaner in excellent condition - $30.
1 large oil painting (owls) - $20.
1 old, rustic, boys bike, needs tires - $15.
Call FTGC Gregoire at 4545DWH or 2752AWH.

Golf clubs for sale. 3 S.W. Browning low profile irons. 1, 3, 5, and
7 Power-Bilt woods. T-line putter and new golf bag. Retail value over $600. Will sell for $350. All in excellent condition with oversize grips. Call 3704AT.

1967 Oldsmobile-Cutlass.-2-door. P/s, P/B, A/C. Needs minor work. $500. Call petty officer Weigand at 4706DWH.

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.
'73 Ford Maverick, new timing chain, new distributor, new carb. Transmission rebuilt 18 months ago. Two new tires on front. Not a GTMO special. Call 6294 DWH and ask for CM2 Carf or 3451 AWH. Harris desk, $100; five-drawer dresser, $40. Call 368'). control begins at your wheel.


One box containing various photo dark room and developing equipment. Call 4632 AWH or 4366 DWH.

'63 Ford Galaxie for sale, ha no reverse - AT, PS, PB. Engine is fine. Price T sgotiable. Call R. Thomas at 430 DWH or 4635 AWE.

'58 black Chevy Biscayne, six cylinder, 250, with new trans, mags, runs good but body needs some work. Call 3243 AWH and ask for John.

Yamaha 650 Maxim only 6,000 miles, shaft drive, black with red metal flake, 2 seats - one is custom step seat, customized fit weather cover, built in chain lock, excellent condition. Will accept easy payments, call 6254 or 6354 and ask for Al or


leave name and number.

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NHL

(AP)--Last night was a night to remember for two New York Islanders as the defending Stanley Cup champions rocked the Hartford Whalers 8-1. Bryan Trottier netted his 300 N.H.L. goal during the contest. And rookie Matt Hallin scored his first major-league goal. Both goals game in the first period.
The Montreal Canadiens also got off to a/fast start in their 7-2 triumph over the Calgary Flames. The Canadiens scored six goals in the first period, two of them by Steve Shutt.

Captain's Cup Trophy

Banquet this Monday

The Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay will host the Captain's Cup Trophy Banquet this coming Monday, January 24, at the COMO Club beginning at 6:30 p.m. with cocktails.
This special occasion recognizes individuals and command units for their distinquished participation in the base athletic program.
Aside from being on hand for
trophy presentations and individuals being honored, two very distinguished guests will be featured as speakers.
Charlie Pell, head football
coach at the University of Florida, and Jim "Catfish" Hunter, former pitching ace for both the Oakland A's and New York Yankees will highlight the evening's festivities.
Jack Kennedy, Special Services Athletic Director, noted that ticket sales are going very well, and that there are only a few
-tickets left.
"I'm really pleased at the response to this year's banquet," Kennedy commented.
Tickets may be purchased via your command representative, or through Special Services.

Wracquet Club
GTMO tennis players--the Racquet Club is holding a men's and women's doubles tournament on Saturday, January 22, and Sunday, January 23. Find a partner and sign-up at the clubhouse before 6:00 p.m. on Thursday.


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Local Sports Notes

The Yatera Seca Golf Association will sponsor a Jack n' Jill Tournament on Sunday, January 23. This tournament will start earlier than usual to avoid conflict with the pro football playoffs. Everyone must be signed up and have fees paid no later than 8:15 a.m. with tee off time at 8:30 a.m. Fees are $5 for members, and $7 for non-members. Free beer and soda will be provided.


The monthly meeting of the
Yatera Seca Golf Association will be held on Thur~day, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the golf club house. Attendance by all members is urgently required in order that we may plan for future events and for construction of new facilities at the club house.


Reef Raiders

Guantanamo Bay Reef Raiders is
compiling a list of all Divemastersj 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.

FOR REEF'RAIDERS MEMBERS ONLY! There will be a group dive and picnic at Windward Hidden Beach on Sunday, January 30, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Participants should bring a pot luck dish and drinks will be provided. Get your Super Bowl Sunday started right by joining your other club members for aa exciting afternoon of diving and socializing. Call Sherry at 4172 DWH or 2545 AWH for more details.


REEF RAIDERS MEMBERS! Have Island fever and need to have a change of scenery? Don't want to brave the cold climate of the States? Why not try a dive trip to Jamaica? There's room on the February 4 flight to Kingston for eight (8) divers and unlimited space for nondivers with a return to Guantanamo Bay on February 8. A $10 deposit is required to reserve a place and you must sign up by January 24. Call Sherry at 4172 DWH, or 2545 AWH for more details.

Men's 10-speed Columbia bicycle, brand new, never ridden, $100. Call 2879 AT.

'75 boat, motor and trailer,' 50 hp Johnson, CB, gas tank, two oars, two anchors, life vests and cushions, skis and ski rope, flares, $2250. Call 2395 AWH.

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.


Lost

A pair of test glasses, gold frame, between Tierra K and Ferry Landing on Dec. 23. Reward is offered. Call 4308 D19H or 4635 AWH and ask for R. Thomas.

Bright orange athletic jacket with white cotton lining and misc. travel patches attached including York Youth Football League and Chincoteague Island. Please call Bob, 4203 DWH or 2789 AWH.




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MCPON stresses :Leadership by example' News I dIDiaest Navy Editor Service, Jan. 7, 1983 by James R. Guisti The Navy's Enlisted community faces rough seas, but is has a traditionalist to keep it on a positive track. Ladened with promotion delays, budget cuts, pay caps, and family separations, the community requires strong leadership and has it in Master Chief Billy C. Sanders, the fifth Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. Since relieving Master Chief Thomas S. Crow as MCPON on Oct. 1, Sanders has had to advise the Navy's leadership on a pay cap, enlisted promotion delays, and budget cuts. Now familiar with the task before him, Master Chief Sanders feels that strong leadership based on Navy tradition will enable the service to ride out the storms ahead. "I am a traditionalist and would like to see us get back into the old traditional ways of doing things within the enlisted community and within the Navy," said Master Chief Sanders. "If we don't build on tradition, we tend to crumble and step backwards. As long as we are building on the Navy's solid and proven tradition, we will go forward." "We must enhance our enlisted leadership," he continued. "No longer can we afford to separate the professional aspects from the military. Our people must be super technicians and super sailors,' Sanders said. "The chiefs must lead our enlisted men and women. They must have the expertise and leadership to develop petty officers into role models that others can strive for." Master Chief Sanders stressed that leadership by example is what every sailor, expecially chiefs, must practice to keep pride and professionalism on track. While he conceded that the Navy has taken giant steps in building pride and professionalism, he believes there is still room for improvement. "In my tour and Admiral Watkins' tour as CNO, we are going to work to increase the Navy's pride and professionalism 100 percent over today's," he said. (Continued on Page 3) GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 13 Wednesday, January 19, 1983 Jobs have become valuable commodities NEW YORK (AP)--Jobs are valuable commodities these days. In Rochester, N.Y., the FBI is investigating what may be a job-selling racket in at least one division of the Eastman Kodak Company. Kodak requested the investigation six months ago. It is not known how many workers are being investigated, but the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle quotes an unnamed source who says licants paid more than $500 to at ast two company workers in order to be hired. There's additional evidence of the tough economic times of 1982. The government says 19 states experienced double-digit joblessness in November--three times as many as in Fresh stateside donuts Can be yours in Feb. by Lew Reed Fat pills, geedunk, goodies, or whatever the name, the donuts are coming, and not just any donuts, but we're talking fresh, commercial donuts from the States! "Where?" you ask, "where?" At the Windward Ferry Landing Coffee Shack during the month of February. The Leeward Point E-6 Association is sponsoring this special and all proceeds from all sales during the month of February will be given to the High School Scholarship Fund. In addition to the mouth-watering donuts, coffee, hot chocolate, and will be available. he prices are quite reasonable. fee, hot chocolate, and tea sells for 300 and those fabulous donuts go for 35C each. All of February at the Windward Ferry Landing Coffee Shack, great donuts for a great cause. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY If possible, locate floor, table, and hanging lamps in the corner of a room rather than against a flat wall. Lamps in corners reflect light from two wall surfaces instead of one and therefore, give more usable light. Energy conservation is important to you' ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? the same month a year before. The Bureau of Labor statistics says that from November of 1981 until last November, Maine was the only state to show a drop in its unemployment rate. The Congressional Budget Office is predicting that high unemployment will last through the year. The agency says unless there are new taxes and spending cuts, government deficits could swell to more than $320 billion in 1987. The Budget Office says there is general agreement that a balanced federal budget is not a reasonable goal in the immediate future. When the government reported in November that housing starts had surged, many analysts viewed the gains as evidence of an end to the industry's slump. But, with the December figures out now, things don't look quite as good. The Commerce Department says housing starts for all of 1982 are at their lowest level since 1946. December starts were down 13 percent from a month earlier. The government also reports that Americans' personal income rose just 6.4 percent last year. That is the slowest rate of growth since 1963. Yet another report on the economy comes out today, and this one is expected to show a sharp decline in economic activity last year. Commerce Department figures are expected to show a 1982 drop of 1.7 to 1.8 percent in the inflation-adjusted gross national product, the broadest measure of U.S. economic activity. The expected decline would be the steepest for any year since the 1940s. U.S. participation is Called 'provocation' PENTAGON (AP)--About 900 U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force personnel will participate in joint military exercises with Honduras next month. Officials say the maneuvers will include a helicopter-lift of Honduran soldiers to a sensitive area near the Nicaraguan border. Nicaragua says it considers the exercises a "provocation." Meanwhile, Leftist guerrillas in El Salvador say they have placed all their forces on combat alert to counter one of the biggest army operations of the three-year civil war. Rebel radio says the guerrillas blew up a key bridge, blocking the advance of about 6,000 government troops pushing toward guerrilla strongholds in a northern province near the Honduran border. Funding for military benefit WASHINGTON (NES)--Funding for some benefits authorized in the Uniformed Services Pay Act of 1981 may be in jeopardy. The 1981 act authorized, in concept, funding for an emergency leave program, environmental morale leave program, as well as a temporary lodging expense allowance. Funding sources were to be identified in the fiscal year 1982 Supplemental Budget or through reprogramming requests. Approval for these programs was not received in 1982, and their funding is being challenged by Congress in FY83. The following is the status of these benefits: Funded emergency leave and funded environmental morale leave: A funded emergency leave program for members and dependents stationed overseas when government transportation is not available was to be made available during FY83. Additionally, funding was authorized for environmental and morale leave transportation for members and dependents stationed at particularly arduous and remote overseas duty stations. The House report of the FY83 DOD Appropriations Bill includes Marine Corps and Air Force funding for these programs and directs DOD to ensure that Army and Navy funds are also identified for program implementation. The Senate report, however, deletes funds intended to support the program. The Navy plans to submit a formal appeal to the appropriations committees' joint conference strongly supporting the House actions and is prepared to reprogram the funds necessary to implement these vital programs. Implementation must be delayed pending the outcome of the FY83 Defense Appropriations Bill. Temporary Lodging Expense: The 1981 pay act approved funding for TLE for members and families while one permanent change of station BALTIMORE (UPI)--A worker at a daycare center has been suspended for tying an unruly 5-year-old boy to a table with a dog collar and chain lease. The director of the Cathedral Day Care Center says the aide used the collar and the leash in an "unfortunate" attempt to control the youngster, who had bitten several other children earlier in the day. FALKLAND ISLANDS (AP)--Falkland Islanders do not necessarily agree with British Government reports that say Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her government aren't to blame for the Argentine invasion of the islands. The London representative of the Falklands government says he is rather surprised by the report, adding, "They seem to have completely exonerated everybody." WASHINGTON (UPI)--Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone says he expects a "stormy" meeting with Congressional leaders, today. Nakasone told President Reagan, yesterday, that he cannot move as quickly as Reagan wants on sensitive trade and defense issues, because of political difficulties at home. 'The Great.Pig-Out' ORLANDO, Fla. (UPI)--A Humane Society official says plans for skydiving piglets are "immoral, unneccessary and dumb," but there isn't anything he can do to stop it. Three little pigs, dressed in goggles, caps and scarves, are scheduled to take a 4,000-foot parachute drop this weekend. The 12-pound pigs will be strapped to three human sky divers during an outdoor music festival. The event is dubbed "The Great American PigOut." Meanwhile, a "piggy-back" ride is planned in Washington--if the Washington Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday. Democratic Representative Walter Fauntroy of the District of Columbia is a football fan and says he will ride House Majority Leader Jim Wright of Texas into the House Chamber, piggy-back, if the 'Skins win. The game is for the National Football Conference Champhionship and a trip to Super Bowl 17. If Dallas wins, however, Fauntroy says he will tote the Texas Democrat into the Chamber. Free 'dog dip' Friday There will be a free dog dip at the Dog Pound on Friday, January 21st from 9 a.m. to noon. Here's your opportunity to get those "itchy" fleas and ticks off your dogs. For more information, please call 4440 or 4105 and ask for BU3 Johnson. s may be cut moves within the continental United States. Four days were authorized at no more than 5110 per day. The House report on the FY83 Defense Appropriations Bill reduced the amount of funding requested for the TLE program. The Senate report deleted all funding earmarked for the establishment .fa TLE program. The Navy plans to appeal to the appropriation(committee, strongly urging support of the House provision which will provide 25 percent of the funding necessary to implement this program. Further action must be delayed pending the outcome of the appropriation process. Congressional experts say it is doubtful that an appropriation bill will be enacted before March 1983. The Navy is prepared to implement these programs immediately upon approval of the necessary funding under the FY83 Defense Appropriations Act. .i./ Vim/ am. W j

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Tryouts for Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre's spring production, .l "Plaza Suite," will be held on Sunday, 4Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 23, 24, and 25 from 7-9 p.m. in the Elementary School Multipurpose Room. This is a Neil Simon Broadway comedy which recounts the adventures of three different sets of people all occupying Suite 719 at the Plaza Hotel in New York. The cast includes four males and three females in their 40-50's and three males and two females in their 20's. Since the three acts can be practiced separately, plans are to rehearse for four weeks, presenting the play in late February. Scripts can be checked out for advance perusal by contacting Bill Sumney at 4130 DWH or 2974 AWN. If you need transportation to the tryouts, also contact Bill. Anyone who would like to help with the production in any way backstage is also encouraged to come to one or more of these tryout times. People are needed in all areas-lights, props, makeup, costumes, sound, publicity, etc. Now is your time to jump in with both feet and take part in one of GTMO's most rewarding activities--putting a play "on the boards." ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS IN GTMO are as follows: Day Time Location MON Noon Hook Bldg. TUE WED 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo THU 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo FRI 8 p.m. Hook Bldg. SAT 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo SUN 8 p.m. EBOO Hut E. Bargo The only requirement for membership., is a desire to stop drinking. PSD DISBURSING TRAVEL SECTION HOURS of operation. Disbursing Office customers are reminded that the Travel Section conducts routine walk-in business between the weekday hours of 7:30-11:30 a.m. daily. Afternoon hours are utilized by the Travel Section for the actual computation and processing of travel claims received earlier. Customers requiring emergency assistance after 11:30 should contact DKC Cruz, DKCM Mercado or ENS Hert, respectively. Inquiries concerning previously submitted travel claims are not considered an emergency and should be reserved for the morning hours. Travelers' cooperation is requested. 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. FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN'S Dental Health Month. The Branch Dental Clinic Guantanamo Bay will be offering dental examinations, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment on Saturday, Feb. 5, for children ages 5-16 (dependents and civilian) who have not been seen in the past year. Parents are encouraged to call 4554/4274 for an appointment. TmmE DAIL 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 Gaette s published according to the rules and regulations for ship and staio ewpapers autined in NAVEOS -35 and Under the ndirection of te Naval Base Public Affairs Officer Pited fie times eekly at government exptense on overnent equipment at the Navy Pbit ons and Printing Service reach Offce, the opnons s1 u tm that appear herein are ot o be costued as official reflecting t5he views of C5MAV5A5E 5,h partment of the Nay. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements 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 AT! 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. ATTENTION COMO PATRONS! MAKE PLANS now to attend the annual "Time and Talent" Scholarship Auction to be held on Feb. 19 at the COMO Club. This year's actioneer will again be our local radio personality, J. J. Smith, and we'll be auctioning our usual unique selection of catered dinners, boat and plane rides, complimentary lessons, plus a beautiful selection of specialized hand crafts. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m., with a buffet dinner following at 6:30 for $6 per person. Menu includes beef burgundy, chicken in wine sauce, potatoes, salad bar, vegetables, wild rice, and dessert. Auction begins at 7:30 p.m. Advance dinner tickets available only by contacting Mary Beth Bennet at 4239 or Debbie Pomfret at 2601. All proceeds go to the Scholarship Fund. Sponsored by GBOWC. The American 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. RED CROSS HAS ONE OF THE MOST rapid means of communication available in the world today. It is capable of communicating with chapters throughout the United States and at overseas military installations (including ships at sea). THE RED CROSS OFFICE (BLDG. 928) IS located on Bay Hill Road between Sound Scene and the Navy Lodge. Office hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and a duty worker is on call when the office is closed. Personnel needing Red Cross service during normal working hours may call 2234 or 4676. In the event of EMERGENCY nights, weekends and holidays, call 2234. If no answer call the base telephone operator to have the duty worker paged. RED CROSS PROVIDES PROFESSIONAL .counseling for emergencies, financial crises and family problems to include verification for emergency leave. Educational Note THE GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) test is a series of five tests: writing skills, social studies, science, reading skills, and mathematics. The tests are given every Monday morning in the Navy Campus classroom, Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill. To be scheduled to take the GED, please call the Navy Campus Office, EXT 4769. The GED is free to active duty personnel. THERE ARE VOLUNTEER OPENINGS IN various places on base. The majority serve at the hospital, the SD's office, assist the school nurse at the elementary school and in teaching Nursing and Safety courses. RED CROSS PROGRAMS CONSIST OF CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters", and mother and baby care classes. Club Activities HOW CAN ANYONE FEEL comfortable working with children without taking training? How do we know if we are doing the right thing for the boys? To help all those involved with GTMO Cub Scouting give a quality scouting program, Adult Cub Leader Training is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 22, and Saturday, Jan. 29, in the PWD conference room. Registration starts at 9 a.m. Den Leaders, Pack Leaders and their assistants, Pack Committee members, and all other interested parents and personnel are invited to attend. "The Cub Scout Program" (session 1) and "Program Planning" (session 2) will be given on Jan. 22. Each session is two hours. A bag lunch is suggested. These group training sessions will utilize the National Training Manual and will be conducted by a Nationally Certified Instructor. Further information can be obtained by contacting Manning Trewitt at 2582 AWH or C. Gnilka at 4941 AT. ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS Square Dance Club Members and Class Members: We will be having a Caravan Dance beginning Saturday, Jan. 22, at 5 p.m. in front of the hospital. This is a chance to earn several badges. Hope to see everyone there. Wednesday, January 19, 1983 THE E7 NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEment examination will be administered Jan. 20 at the Windjammer Club. Participants should report by 7:30 a.m. Work sheets will be available for signature at the exam site on the morning of the examination. Examinees must be in the uniform of the day or clean working uniform and have ID cards in their possession. ALL DIVISIONS OF PSD (PERSONNEL, DISbursing, and Transportation) will close at 1300 commencing Wednesday, Jan. 5, 1983, for the purpose of general military and professional training for PSD personnel. Bona fide emergencies will, of course, be handled at any time. Customers are requested to plan visits accordingly. PSD's hours of operation will be: PERSONNEL/DISBURSING M,T,T,F -0730-1630 W -0730-1300 TRANSPORTATION M,T,T,F -0800 -1530 (Cashier 0800-1300; 1400-1530) W -0800-1300 (Cashier 0800-1300) 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. 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. MARCH 1983 (CYCLE 99) NAVY> WIDE Advancement Examination of E4/E5/E6: Start now. Now is not too early to begin preparing for the March 1983 0 advancement exams. All hands are encouraged to pursue an active program to complete the prerequisites well before the cutoff date. Commands are requested to stress completion of courses, W PARS, and performance and leadership tests prior to the exam ordering deadline, to aid in preventing the costly waste of unused exams. 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 or 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 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. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit all submissions. (AT=anytime, AWH=after working hours, DWH=during working hours).

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MCPONstresses: Leadership by example' (Continued from Page 1) Throughout his travels, Sanders has and will continue to stress the need for strong leadership while listening to the comments and gripes of the Navy's blue ackets. "My role is to serve as a focal point for the enlisted community for problems that cannot be solved through the normal chain of command. I personally believe that all problems can be solved through the chain of command," he said. "But I'm the Navy's safety valve." No one issue clearly holds the forefront of sailors' concerns today. Instead, the issues are fragmented, but things like pay, quality of life, habitability, uniforms, housing, and family separation are of concern. Sanders spoke out on items receivg particular emphasis. "The pay issue is still with us. Cannot tolerate taking pay caps, and I will work for equitable pay for all our people." "Habitability and quality of life in the Navy -we are doing well in this area today. Both are probably better than we have ever had, but we still can improve on them." "Family separations are always going to be a problem, but we can soften the blow. The Navy finally got smart and decided that the spouses were also part of the Navy family. Now that we know the Navy is genuinely concerned about our families' welfare, going to sea will be a little easier." "Housing is another key issue concerning Navy families. We must have more housing for our Navy families especially in the high-cost living areas. We're working on that." "I don't see any change in lengths of deployments. Basically, we have a good working plan and we are sticking to it. But we have to look at today's world situation because it could change at any time. *'Duty is the noblest word in the English language' -Robert E. Lee by Lee Holloway Upon looking at a portrait of Robert E. Lee, Abraham Lincoln remarked, "It is a good face; it is the face of a noble, noble, brave man." Robert E. Lee was born Jan. 19, 1807 at his family home, Stratford Hall, in Westmoreland County, Va. By the time he became a teenager, the family fortunes had dwindled and realizing that his attending a top university would take a great deal of money, he applied for and was awarded a scholarship to West Point. He graduated in 1829, number two in his class, without a single demerit. is military career following graion was typical of any young ofr of the day and prior to 1861, Lee had never commanded a substantial number of troops in the field. When the Southern states began their secession movement in 1860, Lee had mixed emotions on the subject. On the one hand, he did not believe secession was the answer, but on the other, he could not bear to "raise my sword against Virginia." Therefore, when Abraham Lincoln offered him field command of the U.S. Army, he rejected the offer and two days later, following the secession of his home state, resigned his commission. Lee, whose motto was "Duty is the noblest word in the English language," accepted command of the Confederate Army in a war that favored the North by a ratio of 5:2. The seceeding states numbered 11 and had a total white population of 5.5 million with 3.5 million slaves in an agricultural region with almost no manufacturing. Once in a while a crisis will come up, and then we'll have longer deployments." Chief Sanders is frequently questioned about uniforms and budget cuts. The MCPON sees stability for Navy uniforms and turbulent times as a result of budget cuts. "Admiral Watkins has made the statement that a CNO should only make one change in a uniform policy, and a change in the socks counts as one. So, he is not going to use his ace card any time soon," said Sanders. "The uniform policy will be stable for the next three years, but there are things that we are going to carry on with," he said."One of them is the decision to go back to the jumper sea bag. I also believe we will eventually go into undress jumpers, but that's just carrying out a past change." Even with stability in uniforms, the defense budget once again has fallen victim to the congressional guillotine. "When Congress tinkers with the Defense Appropriations Bill, the fallout affects everyone," said the chief. "Anything dealing with personnel moneythis fiscal year is going to be affected, and we must be prepared for that." "We are not going to have money to transfer people on their normal rotation dates, so we've asked for voluntary extensions. Naturally, if we don't get them, we'll have to involuntarily extend some people, but this policy will not continue forever," he added. The master chief said, "The same with promotions -we are going to see more delays. The situation is this: We can either cut back the number selected and promote people on time, or maintain the number we can select for promotion and delay the actual promotion. The decision today The Union was comprised of 22 states with a population of 22 million and was potentially capable of supporting a war. When war broke out in 1862, the Northern states possessed 90 wooden ships and the Confederacy had none. But even with these odds, the South fought for five years and Gen. Lee's leadership was a deciding factor in the valiant stand of the Confederate States of America. It was not until April 9, 1365, following devastating losses on the battlefield at Appomattox that Lee sent a message to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant requesting a cease-fire and conference. At 3:45 p.m. on that same day, Lee surrendered his troops and for all practical purposes the war was over. Following the defeat of the South, Lee's attitude, unlike that of many others of his time, was to "forgive and forget." He believed that the bitterness of defeat should not be allowed to interfere with the reconstruction of the Southern economy Lee, himself, went on to become president of Washington University, later renamed Washington and Lee University. Robert E. Lee became ill in the fall of 1870. He took to his bed and hardly spoke at all while awake but his wife said that in his sleep "he wandered to those dreadful battlefields." On October 12, he died at the age of 64. His physician attributed his death to "mental and physical fatigue." is the Navy will maintain selection levels and delay promotions. "These are not good choices, but when we are dealing with money problems, we must make some hard decisions. It's not the Navy making these decisions on an arbitrary basis, it is something forced on our leaders by Congress." The MCPON quickly stressed that cutting ships and weapon systems would not solve the problem of getting money for the Navy people programs today. Ships and other hardware are funded by money budgeted over several years and budgeted specifically for personnel programs either today or in the future. Personnel money and hardware money are separate accounts and money cannot be transferred between them. Despite the gray cloud over the enlisted community, Master Chief Sanders feels that America's and the Navy's greatest strength is the American enlisted man and woman. "If you look at our potential adversaries and compare them to us, you'll find that on the hardware end we have a little more sophisticated equipment in some areas. On the personnel end, the two officer communities are about equal in expertise," he said. "But, when you compare the enlisted communities, that's where we have a very strong edge. The Navy enlisted community is better prepared to take on the challenges of today's world situations. So they are our strongest strength. And, I'm very proud to be part of it," said MCPON Sanders. Ahoy shipmate! Ifn yuhr unhappy in yuhr rating, yuh might want tuh consider switching tub something more tuh yuhr liking. One way tuh do this is the rating conversion program. Here's what I was reading 'bout it. "This program offers enlisted members with less than 15 years active service the opportunity to convert to a rating for which they have more interest or aptitude. The program also encourages members of overmanned ratings to convert to an undermanned rating. Persons eligible: Candidates must be a P01 or below: and request a rating in CREO Group A or B of the Open Rates/Skills List. Not be serving in an undermanned rating or possess a critical skill/ NES. Satisfy the eligibility requirements for the desired rating. Shall not be currently serving in an enlistment or extension for which SRB has been paid." That there is the program in uh nutshell. Ifn yuhr interested, contact yuhr kayreer counselor. Nuff said! Civilian Job Openings ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE 72-83 Data Transcriber, GS/LGS-3563 (TEMP NTE 30 SEPT 1983) 71-83 Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-04 70-83 Secretary (TYPING) GS-318-5 69-83 Office Machine Operator, GS/ LGS-350-01 (TEMP NTE 29 Sept 1983) CLOSING DATE COMMAND 26 Jan 1983 Supply 26 Jan 1983 PWD Trans. 26 Jan 1983 NAS CO 26 Jan 1983 NPPSBO The following positions are permanent register; 46-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN All Commands (Kelly Girl) 18-83 Firefighter (Structural), OPEN Fire Dept PS-081-03 38-83 Telephone Operator, GS/LGSOPEN PWD Utilt. 382-02/3 APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: NAF-21-82 CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT CLUBS 17-83 Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 NAF-31-82 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT CLUBS NAF-25-82 Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT CLUBS NAF-47-82 Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT CLUBS NAF-42-82 Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT CLUBS SEABEES It's C.B. Ball time And along with all th comes the election of 1983. Queen candidate many exciting tunctio Watch the rGazt for and mark your calenda Saturday, January2 to the daffiest dunki seen in Pam House's Di One dollar gets youth send your favorite pei eve-awakening splash! leaders of our commune participating, so com give 'em your best sh will begin at 10 a.m. the Navy Exchange. Also on Saturday, J< Miss House will spons Q tiful Legs Contest. Pictures of ten once again! pairs of the loveliest legs in rTHO e festivities will be on display for your votes. C.B. Oueen Pr', quarter will register one vote. Pam House has the legs with the most votes will ns to come. receive a pri'e to be presented on the fun dates Saturday, .nuarv 29, 1983, at the opening ceremonies of the tentative 2, 1983, come Mud Wrestling Contest also in Miss ng youle ever House's honor. ot Onequrtr wllreiser nevoe. Dunking Tank. hree throws to rson into an Many top notch ity will be e on out and ot! Festivities in front of anuary 22, 1983, or a Men's BeauPam On Sat., Jan. 22, at the Barrel Club from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Loratta Jackson--a nominee for Seabee Queen, is sponsoring a fund-raising party. There will be hambergars, hot dogs, sodas, beer, mixed drinks-and a D.J. playing a variety of music. So come on out and have a good time! Everybody is invited. Loretta Lynn Jackson The Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 19, 1983 oses QMMMI

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Will Senior Bowl prove a passing duel? SPORTS Local Sports Notes (AP)--The scouts will get to see some pretty good quarterbacks at Mobile. The North boasts of U.C.L.A.'s Tom Ramsey and Pittsburgh's Dan Marino. The South has Louisiana State's Alan Risher and John Holman, of Northeast Louisiana. One always looks for a passing duel in the Senior Bowl. The coaches will tell you they don't have time, only five hour-long practice sessions this week, to put in a running game; that they will concentrate mainly on a few simple pass patterns. There have been five 300-yard passing performances in the Senior Bowl even though a quarterback never plays the entire contest. One of those, with a 332-yard performance in 1976, was Richard Todd. He will be leading the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins in the American Conference championship game Sunday. Most people never heard of Holman, a Mobile native who played his high school football in the Senior Bowl stadium. But his statistics are impressive. A veer quarterback when he became a starter midway through his freshman year, Holman adapted to Northeast Louisiana's switch to a "Dallas Cowboys-type offense" well enough to wind up as the sixth-leading passer in N.C.A.A. history. A last minute invitee to the Senior Bowl is Utah scatback Carl Monroe. He could turn out to be one of the most exciting performers in the game. Although only 5'9" and 170 pounds, Monroe rushed for over 1,500 yards last fall, a mark topped only by one other college senior, AllAmerica Eric Dickerson of Southern Methodist. Braves' Bob Horner seeks new contract (AP)--The Atlanta Braves apparently don't want to lose third baseman Bob Horner to free agency after the 1984 season. Horner's agent says the slugging third baseman will sign a four-year contract later this week for more than $5 million. Bucky Woy says all the money is guaranteed, and he'll reportedly have a no-trade clause in the contract. Horner was on the trading block after this past season, when he hit 32 homers. But Braves' General Manager John Mullen persuaded owner Ted Turner not to trade Horner and begin serious bargaining to keep him. Last month, the Boston Red Sox and Oakland A's pulled off a major trade at the baseball meetings in Honolulu. Today, the two clubs made another, smaller deal. The Sox acquired right-hander Brian Kingman from Oakland in exchange for a player to be named later. Kingman was 4-12 for the A's last season. Boston General Manager Haywood Sullivan says one of the reasons he made the American League trade was a positive recommendation from catcher Jeff Newman, one of the players involved in the earlier trade. Three more Toronto Blue Jays are in the nest for 1983. The Wanted 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. fiad any new kittens lately? Don't know what to do with them? I would like to have one. Call 4113 and ask for Joe, or 3206AWH. Badly needed -one good quality stereo phono cartridge for my Marantz turntable. Call 3112AWH. Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. Services Babysitting in my home any age, any time. Located at Evans Point next to the Post Office. Call 2897 AT. For Sale Band Public Address system. Six channel stereo mixer, 490 watt power amp, two cabinets with one 15-inch and four tweeters each. Call Al at 6215DWH for information. Soundesign AM/FM FM stereo receiver with cassette tape recorder/player and automatic record changer: S125. Call 3112AWH. Jays announced today that designated hitter Cliff Johnson and infielder Garth Iorg have signed two year contracts, while center fielder Lloyd Moseby inked a oneyear pact. Does NFL fix games? (AP)--The N.F.L. says its staff is looking into charges of fixed games and improper associations by both players and owners. The allegations were made in a Public Broadcasting Service television documentary aired last night. The show was screened by reporters last week. But P.B.S. refused to allow N.F.L. officials to see it before last night. The league says results of a probe into the charges is expected within "the next couple of days." On the program, a gambler charged that a coach, quarterback and defensive captain of an unidentified team were paid to fix four N.F.L. games in 1968, 1969, and 1970. The show also suggested Carroll Rosenbloom, former owner of the Los Angeles Rams, was murdered while swimming off the coast of Florida in 1979. The official verdict on the death was drowning. 1 Hoover upright vacuum cleaner in excellent condition -930. 1 large oil painting (owls) -$20. 1 old, rustic, boys bike, needs tires -$15. Call FTGC Gregoire at 4545DWH or 2752AWH. Golf clubs for sale. 3 S.W. Browning low profile irons. 1, 3, 5, and 7 Power-Bilt woods. T-line putter and new golf bag. Retail value over $600. Will sell for $350. All in excellent condition with oversize grips. Call 3704AT. 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass. 2-door. P/s, P/B, A/C. Needs minor work. $500. Call petty officer Weigand at 4706DWH. 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 DT or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17. '73 Ford Maverick, new timing chain, new distributor, new carb. Transmission rebuilt 18 months ago. Two new tires on front. Not a CTMO special. Call 6294 DWH and ask for CM2 Carf or 3451 AWH. Harris desk, $100; five-drawer dresser, $40. Call 368G. Safety Slogan Traffic control begins at your wheel. NHL (AP)--Last night was a night to remember for two New York Islanders as the defending Stanley Cup champions rocked the Hartford Whalers 8-1. Bryan Trottier netted his 300 N.H.L. goal during the contest. And rookie Matt Hallin scored his first major-league goal. Both goals game in the first period. The Montreal Canadiens also got off to a, fast start in their 7-2 triumph over the Calgary Flames. The Canadiens scored six goals in the first period, two of them by Steve Shutt. Captain's Cup Trophy Banquet this Monday The Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay will host the Captain's Cup Trophy Banquet this coming Monday, January 24, at the COMO Club beginning at 6:30 p.m. with cocktails. This special occasion recognizes individuals and command units for their distinquished participation in the base athletic program. Aside from being on hand for trophy presentations and individuals being honored, two very distinguished guests will be featured as speakers. Charlie Pell, head football coach at the University of Florida, and Jim "Catfish" Hunter, former pitching ace for both the Oakland A's and New York Yankees will highlight the evening's festivities. Jack Kennedy, Special Services Athletic Director, noted that ticket sales are going very well, and that there are only a few tickets left. "I'm really pleased at the response to this year's banquet," Kennedy commented. Tickets may be purchased via your command representative, or through Special Services. Wracquet Club GTMO tennis players--the Racquet Club is holding a men's and women's doubles tournament on Saturday, January 22, and Sunday, January 23. Find a partner and sign-up at the clubhouse before 6:00 p.m. on Thursday. One box containing various photo dark room and developing equipment. Call 4632 AWH or 4366 DWH. "'63 Ford Galaxie for sale, had no reverse -AT, PS, PB. Engine is fine. Price I agotiable. Call R. Thomas at 430, DE or 4635 AWH. '58 black Chevy Biscayne, six cylinder, 250, with new trans, mags, runs good but body needs some work. Call 3243 AWH and ask for John. Yamaha 650 Maxim only 6,000 miles, shaft drive, black with red metal flake, 2 seats -one is custom step seat, customized fit weather cover, built in chain lock, excellent condition. Will accept easy payments, call 6254 or 6354 and ask for Al or Men's 10-speed Columbia bicycle, brand new, never ridden, $100. Call 2879 AT. '75 boat, motor and trailer,' 50 hp Johnson, CB, gas tank, two oars, two anchors, life vests and cushions, skis and ski rope, flares, $2250. Call 2395 AWH. One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; '9 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWH. Lost A pair of test glasses, gold frame, between Tierra K and Ferry Landing on Dec. 23. Reward is offered. Call 4308 DWH or 4635 AWH and ask for R. Thomas. Bright orange athletic jacket with white cotton lining and misc. travel patches attached including York Youth Football League and Chincoteague Island. Please call Bob, 4203 DWH or 2789 AWH. leave name and number. DAILY ENERGY USAGE Water Electricity Use: 1,299,000 Gallons Use: 249,300 KWH $8,153.00 $25,066 Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Total Use: $33,219 Target: 929,470 Target: 230,690 KWH $23, 194 "later Condition chart. 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. The Daily Gazette i Page 4 ty, January 19, 1983 I The Yatera Seca Golf Association will sponsor a Jack n' Jill Tournament on Sunday, January 23. This tournament will start earlier than usual to avoid conflict with the pro football playoffs. Everyone must be signed up and have fees paid no later than 8:15 a.m. with tee off time at 8:30 a.m. Fees are $5 for members, and $7 for non-members. Free beer and soda will be provided. The monthly meeting of the Yatera Seca Golf Association will be held on Thursday, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the golf club house. Attendance by all members is urgently required in order that we may plan for future events and for construction of new facilities at the club house. Reef Raiders 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. FOR REEF'RAIDERS MEMBERS ONLY! There will be a group dive and picnic at Windward Hidden Beach on Sunday, January 30, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Participants should bring a pot luck dish and drinks will be provided. Get your Super Bowl Sunday started right by joining your other club members for an exciting afternoon of diving and socializing. Call Sherry at 4172 DWH or 2545 AWH for more details. REEF RAIDERS MEMBERS! Have Island fever and need to have a change of scenery? Don't want to brave the cold climate of the States? Why not try a dive trip to Jamaica? There's room on the February 4 flight to Kingston for eight (8) divers and unlimited space for nonW :divers with a return to Guantanamo Bay on February 8. A $10 deposit is required to reserve a place and you must sign up by January 24. Call Sherry at 4172 DWH, or 2545 AWH for more details. c9


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