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CONNECTICUT (UPI)--Seven people
died yesterday in a chain-reaction
crash on the Connecticut Turnpike
when a tractor-trailer slammed into a car waiting at a toll booth. Police say six of the victims were
burned beyond recognition and a seventh, believed to be a child, was
declared dead later at a nearby hospital.

WASHINGTON (AP)--An Associated Press survey found 10 senators and 50 representatives scheduled overseas
trips during the current Congressional recess. The total cost of the trips, financed mostly with taxpayer money, will not be known until reports are filed after the legislators return.

LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A jury has ruled V edian Freddie Prinze's gunshot Wth nearly six years ago was an accident--not suicide. Prinze, who
starred in television's "Chico and the Man," shot himself while under
the influence of drugs. The LA
coroner had ruled the Jan. 28, 1977
shooting, a suicide.

WHITWELL, Tenn. (UPI)--Police say one coal miner was killed and four
others injured yesterday in a "rock fall" in a mine. Two of the injured miners were trapped for a while trying to rescue the dead man. They were hospitalized. The two other injured were treated and released.

BILOXI, Miss. (UPI)--A former intensive care unit nurse, who allegedly invited friends to watch her patients "turn blue" and then shut off their oxygen, faces arraignment
today in Biloxi, on two counts of
assault. If convicted, 52-year-old
Elizabeth Mary Coyle could get 10
years in prison and fined up to
$10,000.

ROME (UPI)The new Roman Catholic
Code of Canon Law is expected to be
released by Pope John Paul next
w-ek. A Vatican spokesman says alugh the revised Code still pro-'
*its women from becoming priests, it gives them more rights and responsibilities. The Pontiff will
issue the Code on Jan. 25.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI)--One of the Hispanic world's best-known television entertainers, Luis Vigoreaux,
was buried yesterday. Thousands
flocked to the cemetery and the governor of Puerto Rico announced a
tough new anti-crime program. Vigoreaux was stabbed 11 times and bludgeoned, Monday night. He was then thrown alive into the trunk of his
car which was set afire.

EL SALVADOR (UPI)--Authorities say at least two civilians were killed and 15 wounded yesterday in crossfire between government troops and
guerrillas. The guerrillas were attacking an air force base. The
rebel radio says the guerrillas
have killed 93-government soldiers since a rebel offensive began last
week.

LONDON (UPI)--Michael Fagan, who
twice slipped into Buckingham Palace o ordered freed from a mental hos1 yesterday. Fagan got past
ds and went into the palace
twice, once into Queen Elizabeth's bedroom where he chatted with her
for 10 minutes.



Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY
Try'to plan ahead and remove
all ingredients for each meal at one time. Each time the door of
a refrigerator or freezer is
opened, its compressor has to
run a bit longer to replace the cold air that spills out. Discourage leisurely open-door inspections of refrigerators contents by family members looking
for between meal snacks.
ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?


Volume 38 Number 14


Thursday, January 20, 1983 )


Tax increases urged by business leaders-


WASHINGTON (AP)-.-Business leaders are pressuring President Reagan to make sharp cuts in both military and domestic program budgets to stop the growth of federal deficits and they want taxes boosted as well.
For the second time in as many days, a group of business leaders sent a message to the White House that cutting the federal deficit must be the top economic priority. The executives were joined yesterday by a group of former cabinet officials, Republicans and Democrats alike. They are pushing for $175 billion in budget cuts and new taxes to pare the projected 1985 deficit to $75 billion.
The current Commerce Secretary was talking about lower taxes in one area yesterday. Malcolm Baldridge says lower capital gains taxes on business investment would help fledgling high technology industries meet foreign competition.


But Baldridge cautions that the
idea is his own, not the Administration's position.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that imported motorcycles are threatening sales of domestic models. The agency ruled on a petition filed by U.S. motorcycle Harley-Davidson.
The commission must now consider measures to protect U.S. firms with President Reagan making the final decision on action.
The ruling could mean action against Japanese motorcycle imports. It came as President Reagan was meeting at the White House with Japan's Prime Minister Yashurio Nakasone.
A major topic was believed to
have been U.S. requests that Japan lift import quotas on key agricultural products. But after the talks ended, Commerce Secretary Baldridge said Nakasone made no promises in that area.


Accused slayer called 'cowardly butcher


LOS ANGELES (UPI)--Accused Sunset Strip slayer Douglas Clark was described by prosecutors yesterday, as a necrophile and a "cowardly butcher of little girls." Clark has been on trial the past four months for the 1980 "Sunset Strip" slayings.
The six victims, allwotme'n aged 15 to 24, died between June and August of 1980 from sunshot wounds in the head. One was decapitated.
If convicted by the Los Angeles Superior Court jury, Clark could face execution in the gas chamber.
Deputy District Attorney Robert
Jorgensen said he was "almost apologetic" for his closing arguments, in


which he also described Clark as a man who liked to "prowl over mean streets in his cowardly search for his weak and defenseless prey."
Defense Lawyer Maxwell Keith said there was only circumstantial evidence in the case and asked the jury to acquit Clark.
Jorgensen says Clark's crimes
stemmed from a "consuming interest". in necrophelia, sex with the dead, which he had described in letters and conversations.
Testimony revealed that although three of the victims had been sexually assaulted, there was no way of knowing if the assaults occurred before or after the deaths.


'E.T' banned for Scandinavian children


STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP)--"E.T." is boffo in Boston, but it is banned in Scandinavia--at least for children.
Authorities in Sweden, Finland and Norway are concerned about the

Abortion stand taken

NEW YORK (AP)--Almost 10 years to the day after the Supreme Court handed down its ruling permitting abortion, the National League of Women Voters has taken a stand on the issue.
The group does not endorse abortion, but it says the government should stay out of any decision about having children, including the decision about whether to have an abortion.
Some angry League members resigned right after the statement was released.


impact the American film might have on their children. Swedish authorities say the story of the wayward extra-terrestrial portrays adults as the enemies of children.
So, the Swedish Board of Film
Censorship has limited the audience for the movie to those above age 11.
In Norway, the limit is 12 and in Finland, you can't see it if you are 8 or younger.
But American films are popular in Scandinavia and in the Swedish capital of Stockholm, the movie's op--ening sent some youthful movie lovers to the streets with protest signs.

One Swedish newspaper suggests getting the advice of children before imposing such bans in the future.


Senator Jesse Helms had a private luncheon with Nakasone and says he has good news for the tobacco industry. The North Carolina Republican says the Japanese government has decided to permit the sale of U.S. cigarettes at all its retail cigarette outlets within two years. Such sales are now severely restricted.
Another Senator who met with the
Japanese Prime Minister was John Danforth, the Chairman of the Senate International Trade Panel. The Missouri Republican is predicting the Japanese will agree to limit exports of cars to the U.S. for a third year.
The Detroit News says General Motors officials are in Japan this week to finalize a deal with Toyota, one of the Japanese automakers that has been eating away at the U.S. market.
There is no confirmation from GM that it is about to wrap up negotiations on joint production of a small car in this country.
Meanwhile, China retaliated against Reagan Administration textile quotas yesterday by announcing an unprecedented freeze on purchases of three U.S. products just two weeks before the arrival of Secretary of State George Shultz.
The Chinese government said it will immediately stop approval of new contracts of cotton, soybeans and chemical fibers and also announced a cutback on planned imports of other U.S. agricultural products. The action came in response to the Reagan Administration's decision Saturday to curb the growth of Chinese textile exports to the United States. State Department spokesman John
Hughes said the U.S. regrets the Chinese decision but said Washington had a sincere desire to continue negotiations with China over the textile dispute.

He got his last wish
LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A cancer-stricken Oregon boy, who was granted his wish to have his Spaniel "Muggins" nearby during his treatments insouthern California, has died.
It was learned yesterday, that
Teddy, the 12-year-old lad who came to Los Angeles for cancer treatment, died Monday night.
The Pet Orphans Fund arranged to have Muggins, Teddy's dog and "best friend," brought to southern California last October. A spokeswoman for Pet Orphans Fund said the boy made as many visits to Muggins' "foster home' as his disease allowed.
Teddy spent a few hours with Muggins last Friday, just two days be fore he entered the hospital for the last time.


President's policy is criticized by actor


WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan says the nation's unemployed cannot be put back to work just by cutting spending and increasing taxes.
His comments came during a fundraising dinner in Chicago for Illinois Republican Senator Charles Percy. The president said what is needed is a plan to get industry moving again and he promised new proposals to cut unemployment soon.
Actor Ed Asner was criticizing
Reagan economic policies yesterday. He was in Braddock, Penn., helping distribute groceries to unemployed steelworkers.
Asner, who is the head of the
Screen Actors.Guild, met with offi-


cials of the United Steelworkers Union, who organized a food bank to help feed laid-off union members.
Asner said the members of the
Reagan Administration need to "pull the blinders off their eyes" when it comes to unemployment.
White House *ccnomist Martin Feldstein says President Reagan is considering an overhaul of the Federal Income Tax System. Thursday's Washington Post reports one part of the plan would be aimed at boosting savings.
It is a tax-exempt account similar to individual retirement accounts, but it would allow parents


to save for their children's college educations. Another idea is to change the income tax to a tax on consumption.
In other news from Capitol Hill, Reagan Administration officials say the president is forming two special committees--one to improve public relations efforts in foreign policy and another on nuclear weapons policy.
The second group will be aimed at swaying European public opinion. Sources say National Security Adviser William Clark will head the foreign policy panel and U.S. Ambasador to Ireland Peter Dailey will be in charge of the nuclear group.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba







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THERE WILL BE A FREE dog dip at the pound on Friday, Jan. 21st, from 9 a.m. to Noon. For more information call 4440 or 4105 and ask for BU3 Johnson.


ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE Gospel Choir now forming to participate in the Black History Month activities please come out on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. and/or Saturdays at 2 p.m. at the Base Chapel. For more information call Pam Mason at 2713 AWH. (We are in desperate need of a pianist who can play by ear .... anyone qualified please come out.)

CAAC: THE COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE Center was established for many reasons. And even with new policies coming down the pike it's functions have not changed. It has always been set up to help anyone that may have a drug or alcohol problem. But this is not where the job stopped. It was also designed to provide a place where a person could go with most any type of problem. A place where all information is privileged information and cannot be disclosed to anyone. We may not be able to solve every problem, but maybe we can help. Remember we are here to serve you. Ext. 4390 or 4381.

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

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



Blue Caribe
Thursday, Jan. 20
"BBQ NIGHT"
BBQ Chicken BBQ Beefribs
Baked or French Fries
Sauteed Greens
Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$6.50

Friday, Jan. 21
"PEPPER STEAK"
Pepper Steak
Steak Fries
Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$5.95


J 7 SAFEGUARD ALL
CLASSlFIED
MATERIAL







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 COMAVBASE or the Department of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette


Special Announcements


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.


SAY IT WITH SIGNS: SIGN A language classes are c IIUI 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.

RIFLE MATCH: FOR THOSE ACTIVE Naval and Marine Corps shooters there will be a rifle match hald at the GTMO rifle range on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 7 a.m. Teams must consist of four people with one as the team captain. Team rosters must be submitted to P. 0. Henry at the pistol range (Guard Mail Stop #6) no later than Monday, Feb. 15. For more information contact P. 0. Henry at 4741/4679/ 2161 DWH.


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 ose 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.


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OFFERING the community a valuable service while working with motivated people, have you thought of teaching college level classes? Hampton Institute will be hiring off campus tutors for their upcoming classes. If you have a masters degree and are interested in teaching, call Susan Murray, the Hampton coordinator at 4903.


ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS. 4W 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.


+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.

THE RED CROSS OFFICE (BLDG. 928) IS located om 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. Person-iel 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.

THE-AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies.

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

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.


Thursday, January 20, 1983 DOD SHOWS PRESENTS THE "ULTRASONIC BAND". This eight-member band will feature "Funky Soul" music. The schedule of performances is as follows:
Feb. 2 - Downtown Lyceum
Feb. 3 - Leeward Point Lyceum
All performances will begin at 7 p.m. The scheduled movies will be shown at the CONCLUSION of the performance.

NAVY ISSUE BEEF STEAKS: THE Commissary will make available during December and January frozen
7 oz. steaks from the Navy Supply Department. The customers' cost per pound is reduced as follows:
Navy Frozen Beef Strip Loin
From: $5.34 Now: $2.47
Navy Frozen Beef Sirloin
From: $4.11 Now: $1.90
Navy Frozen Beef Ribeye
From: $5.10 Now: 2.37
The Commissary will merchandise 2-4, steaks per package. Also, customers may buy an entire 50 lb. case of these pre-cut 7 oz. frozen steaks in December and January; notify MSC Dolar or MS2 Baca at 4911 or I call Commissary Stock Control at 443C. These Navy Supply issue steaks have been frozen for an extended time, but food inspection personnel have extended the shelf life through January 1983. If you have need of steaks for the next few weeks, this may be a good deal for you.


Club Calendar


COMO


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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 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).


Jan. 21--Sing along with Nick Goodman and Friends, 5-7 p.m.
Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m.
Endless Flyte, 9 p.m.
1 a.m.
Jan. 22--Hail and Farewell

Jan. 23--Sunday Champagen Brunch,
10:30 a.m.
Sundae Night at the Movies,
6:30 p.m.

WINDJAMMER

Jan. 21--Sensation, Pat Duffus,
8 p.m. - Midnight
Jan. 22--Sensation, Pat Duffus,
8 p.m. - Midnight







CPO CLUB

Jan. 20--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Jan. 21--Flash Back, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Jan. 22--Flash Back, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m.


Exchange Notes

THE NAVY EXCHANGE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS and Service Store will be closed Saturday, Jan. 22, for Inventory.

THE NAVY EXCHANGE AND NEX SOUND Scene will be closed Sunday, Jan. 23, for Inventory.

THE NEX MINI MART WILL BE CLOSED Monday, Jan. 24, for Inventory. j







Thursday, January 20, 1983


Ferry boats: some safety do's and don'ts


by Lew Reed
Naval Station GTMO Instruction
9820.3J is the instruction that
governs operation and safety aboard
the ferry boats.
According to that instruction, the
Ferry Master is acting for, and with
the authority of, the Commanding Officer of the U.S. Naval Station
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
In other words, when you ride the
ferry boat you are under the jurisdiction of the Ferry Master.
Here are some don'ts for people
riding the ferry boats:
1. Don't distract the Ferry Master. Your safety and the safety of the other passengers is the Ferry Master's primary concern. Let him
or her do the job without distractions.
2. Don't argue with or interfere
with any member of the ferry
� ew. Each of them is a highlyWined professional.

W3. Don't consume alcoholic beverages aboard the ferrys. It'is against regulations.
4. Don't try to get onto or off
the ferry until a member of the
crew has signalled that it is safe
to do so.
5. Don't smoke on the ferry when
gasoline trucks or ammunition is
being transported.
6. If you are taking a vehicle
across the bay on the ferry, don't
leave it unattended while on the
ferry.
Here are some do's for people
riding the ferry boats:
1. Do follow the instructions of
all members of the ferry crew.
2. Do stay clear of the Pilot
House and engine room spaces as
they are restricted areas.
3. Do remain with your vehicle.
4. Do ensure that any cargo you
are transporting is secured correctly.
5. Do adhere to the loading priorities (which are discussed next).
Vehicles will be loaded onto the
ferries according to this listing
of priorities.

W(l) Emergency vehicles (base police, fire trucks, ambulance) in
emergency situations.


(2) Government vehicles carrying perishables and/or frozen foodstuffs.
(3) School, MAC, MARLOG buses
(4) U.S. Mail trucks, Contraband Inspection Units, and Naval Courier vehicles.
(5) Official military vehicles carrying senior officers.

Lane 2:
(1) Leeward Point residents

Lane 3
(1) Other Government vehicles
(2) All other vehicles.
This priority listing will be in effect except in emergency situations and when granted previous clearance by Port Control.
To maintain their assigned priority, all vehicles are required to be available at the loading ramp fifteen (15) minutes prior to scheduled departure, except school and AC crew 'buses.
Once the ferry is loaded you may not have them off load a lower priority vehicle to on load yours even though yours may be a higher priority.
Also, POV traffic on the ferries during normal working hours should be held to a mini-mum. Depart Windward Depart Leeward
12:30 a.m.% 1:00 a.m.% 6:30 a.m.*# 7:00 a.m.*# 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.@$ 10:00 a.m.@t 10:30 a.m.# 11:00 a.m.# 11:30 a.m. NOON 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.* 3:00 p.m.* 3:30 p.m.# 4:40 p.m.&# 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m.@ 9:00 p.m.@ 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Notes
*Not-on Saturday #Not on Sunday
@Saturday/Sunday only &4:00 p.m. on Saturday $JAX flight on Wednesday %Friday/Saturday only


Emergency leave, household'goods changes


Navy Newsgram, Jan. 15, 1983
Important changes to emergency leave and household goods storage regulations have been approved by the Department of Defense.
New emergency leave provisions
authorize government funded commercial transportation for personal emergencies.
This applies to members and dependents stationed overseas or members on temporary duty or deployed in overseas areas.


One round trip may be authorized from the overseas area involved.
Temporary duty or deployed personnel may be provided transportation to the airport serving their homeport or permanent duty station.
Members performing temporary duty or deploying for more than 90 days


can now be authorized storage of household goods during deployment at government expense. ,The new household goods storage provisions will particularly bene-fit single members who live off base and are subject to extended deployments.

This special storage is authorized up to 13,500 pounds for all members.
Changes in emergency leave and
storage policy are effective Jan. 3, 1983.

Additional information is promul gated in Per Diem, Travel, and Transportation Allowance Committee messages 031950Z JAN 83 and 0.31925Z. JAN 83.

Amplifying information will be provided in a forthcoming NAVOP.


RECENTLY FROCKED TO THEIR PRESENT RATES, THESE NAVY SECOND CLASS Petty Officers pose following the ceremony, officiated by C.W. Gnilda, commanding officer, SIMA. The petty officers (left-to-right) are: ET2 L.J. Deaton, HT2 F.P. Wiser, EN2 N.E. Stoddard, HT2 H.W. Armstrong and HT2 S.D. Bear. (Official U.S. Navy photo).


Cuban-American Friendship Day


January 28,1983 at McCalla Hangar


by Lee Holloway
Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
has set aside a day to celebrate the Following is a list of persons long-standing friendship between the selling tickets, their departments, Cuban workforce and the American and the telephone number at which community since 1969. they can be reached:
This year, the big event is scheduled for Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar. Ms. Barbier 2330 or 3250 (home) Activities will begin at noon. (Mareine Corps Exchange Warehouse)
Music for the event will be pro- Ens. Stack 2320/2860 vided by "Orqestra Novel" of New (Supply) York, an internationally recognized Chief Mendaros 2132/2531 band. During intermissions, "Gra- (COMO Club) phic Expression" will take over so Mr. Aldama 4834 that the sound will be continuous. (PWD-Electrical)
Roast pig will be the main menu Mr. Odelin 4324 or 3476 (home) item, complemented by such Cuban- (PWD-Utility) flavored dishes as chicken fricas- Mr. Lopez 4506 see, cassava, rice and beans, water- (PWD Garage) cress salad and, of course, plenty Chief Brown 4706 of fresh Cuban bread. (PWD Garage)
Soft drinks are included in the Mr. Gonzalez 4642 ticket price and alcoholic drinks M4 will be available at an additional (Supply) cost. Ms. Sinclair 7258
Tickets are $6.00 for adults and (Medical)
$3.00 for children 4-12 years. Mr. Thomas 4190 (Children under 4 will be admitted (PWD) at no charge.) Petty Officer Holloway 4502
It is important that tickets be (Public Affairs)
purchased early because of the li- Lt. Glasser 4817 beral administrative leave policy (Legal) established by Commander Naval Base. Mrs. Pope 4817 Persons with a ticket in hand and (Legal) their supervisor's permission, will Petty Officer Pope 3215 get the afternoon off. (NSGA/Co. L)

Slight decrease in commissary prices?


Navy Newsgram, Jan. 15, 1983
Patrons of Navy Commissaries may see a slight decrease in prices as the result of a recent memo issued by the-Secretary of Defense.
The memo states that effective
April 1, 1983, commissary surcharge rates will be adjusted to 5 percent for all commissaries and will be applied at the cash register.
Previously, Navy commissaries had charged a variable surcharge averaging 6 percent which was applied directly to the shelf price of individual items.
Army and Air Force commissaries have routinely applied a 4 percent surcharge which was computed at the cash register and added into the final total.
The difference in methods of
applying the surcharge resulted in Navy commissaries appearing slightly higher on the shelf price of many items.
The impact of the standardization for customers at Navy commissaries will be a noticeable decrease in the shelf price of items, a slight re-


duction in actual cost, and a seperate entry on receipts for the cost of the surcharge.
While all commissaries only charge for the actual cost of an item, the surcharge is added to cover additional expenses.
These include operating supplies such as bags, shopping carts, and wrapping for meats and produce; and funding for the construction of new commissaries.


Send them to Mars
NEW YORK (UPI)--It was the kind of thing you didn't want everybody to know about. But then-president Franklin D. Roosevelt knew, as did a top secret group appointed.
The group's assignment was to
study possible ways to study possible ways of resettling refugees and homeless of World War II.
According to "Mother Jones" magazine, the panel came up with one really "far-out" idea--establishing colonies on Mars or Venus. The idea was later dismissed as impractical.


NBCPO starts hiring students for summer


The Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office (NBCPO) will soon start hiring students for the summer work prograA. This program is open to all U.S. and non-U.S. dependent youth residing on station who are at least 14 years of age at the time of appointment.

One condition 6f employment, however, requires thht U.S. citizen dependent youth possess a Social Security number (SSN) prior to being hired. Non-U.S. citizen dependent youth are not required to comply with this request.




gtmo di

"Sunday, 16 January, 1983 will be a day to remember by us, the Reids, as a day of love, caring and sharing.

"Chaplain Johnson's idea of 'a shower for the Reids' who lost their home and belongings in a fire, had full cooperation by so many that you could observe the


Those U.S. citzen youth who are interested in summer employment under this program, and who do not have a SSN are urged to begin applying for a number now. Application forms can be picked up at the NAVSTA Legal Office in the Admin. Building.
U.S. citizen dependent youth who do not have a SSN prior to applying for employment-under this program will not be considered for job vacancies. Details regarding filing information for the summer employment program will be announced later.



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presence of God.
"Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your father who is in heaven.
"Sharing one another's burden
was the master of the day. We
thank you from the very depths of
our hearts."
The Reids


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Thursday, January 20, 1933


THE SPORTSMAN


By Charles Morey Associated Press
John Riggins expects to do a lot of running this Saturday and some of it may be just to keep warm.
Riggins, the heavy-duty running back of the Washington Redskins, is a native of Kansas. He knows what a cold wind on the prairie is like. He may face a very cold one in Washington when the Redskins take on the Dallas Cowboys.
Big, bad John is the bread-andbutter man of the 'Skins. They frequently give him the ball on first down, hoping for a pickup of four of five. Then they give him the ball on second and third downs also, hoping for a first down.
Last Saturday, Riggins went
through the Minnesota Vikings line like a pickup truck going back to the garage at quitting time on Friday night.
He lumbered and rumbled and pounded for 185 yards on the ground. The 'Skins, nursing a 21-7 lead, controlled the ball with John.

The Cowboys expect some kind of similar plan by Washington this week but they do not expect to give up 185 yards of their turf.
They have done well in controlling Riggins in the past. But their defensive line has some injuries and, even though the walking wounded expect to play, they may not be in top form.


-College Basketball

(AP)--North Carolina's basketball team has now won 10 straight since the defending national champions got off to a dismal 3-3 start. North Carolina State coach Jim Valvano was impressed last night when North Carolina defeated his Wolfpack, 99-81. Valvano says the Tar Heels are the best team State has faced this year, and he says, the "scary thing is that they are going to get better."___


Memphis St. Arkansas Virginia Missouri Villanova Georgetown


100 Delta St. 69 T.C.U. 74 Va. Tech 84 Okla. St. 75 Seton Hall 62 Pittsburgh


Wanted
Piano in any condition. Please call 4356AT.
Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered- Call 3243 AWH, ask for John.
Had any new kittens lately? Don't know what to do with them? I would like to have one. Call 4113 and ask ,pr Joe, or 3206AWH.

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


For Sale -_Helium balloons (by Beta Sigma Phi). Balloons for all occasions. $7 a dozen. Please call 2470 AWH.

'72 CB175. Runs good. Good transportation for GTMO. $250 or best offer. Call 4501 DWH or 3413 AWE.


by Peri Stammreich
Ladies, the sign up sheets for the tournament are in the bowling alley and the dates are Feb. 19, 20 and 21. Also, the Scotch Doubles are set for the 29th.
We'll start off the week with
the kids. For the Juniors, who are 12-14 years olds, Paul Tennis had a 159, John Staub a 141, David Alexander a 149, Dan Ward a 141. For the girls, Judy Mendaros and Nancy Needham had a pretty good score with Judy bowling a 147 and Nancy a 131.'
For the Preps (who are 9-11 years old), Larry Whitworth had a 140 and a 121, John Stammreich a 116 and Lee Bollinger a 112.
For the Bantams (ages 6-8), who only bowl two games, Orlando Stewart rolled a 93 and 87, Chris Cowell had an 87, Jocelyn Upson an 83, James Lindsay an 81, Donald Holberg had a 74 and Steve Chapa a 72. Delta Brusnahan earned a duplicate patch.
For the Ladies' COMO League, we


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


Tickets for Cuban-American Friendship 1 Hoover upright vacuum cleaner in Day, Friday, Jan. 28 at McCalla Han- excellent condition - P30. gar. Adults, $6.00, children 4-12, 1 large oil painting (owls) - $20. $3.00. See page 3 of today's Gazette 1 old, rustic, boys bike, needs fr 1sc..n__o__persons- - se - ng11 c-


tor listing of persons selling tickets.


Soundesign AM/FM FM stereo receiver with cassette tape recorder/player and automatic record changer: 8125. Call 3112AWH.

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 2704 AT.


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tires - $15.
Call FTGC Gregoire at 4545DWH or 2752AWH.

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.

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, $Z5. Call 3660 AWH.


When in doubt - don't pass.


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Coach Tom Landry of the Cowboys is taking a dour view of the whole matter, normal enough for a coach.
Landry says: "The field will be an advantage for Washington. It's always heavy to begin with and, if it's wet, they'll give the ball to Riggins 40 times and dare us to stop him."

The weather for the N.F.C. title game is still up for grabs, but if there is no snow or rain, the game should be played under fairly decent conditions.Severe cold and wind would not constitiute fairly decent conditions. A strong wind affects the passing games. Cold numbs the fingers of the receivers and ballcarriers, not to mention the quarterbacks who handle the ball on every play.
The Washington offensive line,
which has to block for Riggins, has the nickname of "the hogs." It's said the players refer to big John as "Riggo." What that means is known only to the players.
The line play is likely to decide this game, and why not? It does most games.


Tennis.

NEW YORK (AP)--Johan Kriek outlasted Steve Denton yesterday in a first-round match at the Masters Tennis Championships in New York. Kriek won the first set 6-3,
dropped the second set 4-6 and took the deciding set 6-2. Kriek plays Jimmy Connors in a quarterfinal match tomorrow.

Golf
(UPI)--Although Craig Stadler begins today's second round of the Bob Hope Desert Classic with a three-shot lead, last year's leading money winner doesn't seem satisfied. Stadler opened the fiveday event in Palm Springs yesterday with a sizzling nine-under-par 63, but he claims he had a legitimate chance to birdie every hole. Tied for second place at six-under are Mike Sullivan, Hal Sutton, Tom Purtzer and Payne Stewart. Arnold Palmer and Gil Morgan, winner of the year's first two tournaments, are eight shots back and Jack Nicklaus is nine swings off the pace after an opening round of 72.


had some pretty good bowling this week. Marcia had a 171, Allen that is. Sandy Catlett, who has a 109 average, bowled a 142. Connie Connon, who has a 113 average, rolled a 130. Also, Colleen Small, averaging 112, bowled a 135. A couple other bowlings improved on their averages: Barb, with a 64 average, rolled a 94. And, Sharon Liehr, with a 112 average, bowled a 137. In one other score, Rosetta Johnson had a 177.
For the Hospital League, Bob Malinky had a 202, Jim Burns a 209 and Terry Bjorklund a 196.
For the Wednesday Night Mixed
League, Tom Tiblier had a 197, Howard Haynes a 182, Thuy Holberg a 181, Bill Kirchner a 175, Jeff Hill a 184, Jay Smith a 201, Pat Warren a 206, Jim Wellis a 181, Richard Warren a 183, Pat Conlon a 196 and Brent Koontz a 190 and a 227 for a 586 series.
That's it for the week. Until next week, keep on bowling.


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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GolfTourney
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.
Racquet Club
G~fMO 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.


Reef Raiders
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.

FORTXEEF'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.


ATTENTION ALL DIVERS!! The next Reef Raiders meeting is scheduled for Thurs., Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. Diana Gorendyke will be presenting an underwater slide show and giving the details on the upcoming W PADI underwater specialty dive course she will soon be starting. Your club needs your active support and participation--so be sure and attend. See you there!


Light solid-wood bedroom set: double bed, complete -- plus double dresser and mirror, $250; new crock pot, $10; Haitian large wall hangings, $10 each. Please phone 2301 AT.

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 DIH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17.

Services
Teacher has music degree, plus years of teaching experience. To schedule your lesson, phone Mrs. Nichols at 2301 AT.

Lost
.A large black cat wearing green collar and tags. Has been neutered and declawed. Family pet for two years. Jumped out of car while parked at Telephone Exchange. Very freindly and answers to name of "Ulysseus." If found, please call 2872 or 4646/4220 DWH or 2873 AWH.


-7. DAIL-Y ENERGY USAGE


Water
Use: 974,000 Gallons.
$6,112


Target:


1,.000,000 Gallons $6,276


Total
Use: $29,367 Target: $29,470


Electrict


Use: 231,300 KWH
$23,255

Target: 230j,690 KWH
$23, 194




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News Digest CONNECTICUT (UPI)--Seven people died yesterday in a chain-reaction crash on the Connecticut Turnpike when a tractor-trailer slammed into a car waiting at a toll booth. Police say six of the victims were burned beyond recognition and a seventh, believed to be a child, was declared dead later at a nearby hospital. WASHINGTON (AP)--An Associated Press survey found 10 senators and 50 representatives scheduled overseas trips during the current Congressional recess. The total cost of the trips, financed mostly with taxpayer money, will not be known until reports are filed after the legislators return. LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A jury has ruled :edian Freddie Prinze's gunshot Wth nearly six years ago was an accident--not suicide. Prinze, who starred in television's "Chico and the Man," shot himself while under the influence of drugs. The LA coroner had ruled the Jan. 28, 1977 shooting, a suicide. WHITWELL, Tenn. (UPI)--Police say one coal miner was killed and four others injured yesterday in a "rock fall" in a mine. Two of the injured miners were trapped for a while trying to rescue the dead man. They were hospitalized. The two other injured were treated and released. BILOXI, Miss. (UPI)--A former intensive care unit nurse, who allegedly invited friends to watch her patients "turn blue" and then shut off their oxygen, faces arraignment today in Biloxi, on two counts of assault. If convicted, 52-year-old Elizabeth Mary Coyle could get 10 years in prison and fined up to $10,000. ROME (UPI)The new Roman Catholic Code of Canon Law is expected to be released by Pope John Paul next ek. A Vatican spokesman says alugh the revised Code still proits women from becoming priests, it gives them more rights and responsibilities. The Pontiff will issue the Code on Jan. 25. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UPI)--One of the Hispanic world's best-known television entertainers, Luis Vigoreaux, was buried yesterday. Thousands flocked to the cemetery and the governor of Puerto Rico announced a tough new anti-crime program. Vigoreaux was stabbed 11 times and bludgeoned, Monday night. He was then thrown alive into the trunk of his car which was set afire. EL SALVADOR (UPI)--Authorities say at least two civilians were killed and 15 wounded yesterday in crossfire between government troops and guerrillas. The guerrillas were attacking an air force base. The rebel radio says the guerrillas have killed 93 government soldiers since a rebel offensive began last week. LONDON (UPI)--Michael Fagan, who twice slipped into Buckingham Palace ordered freed from a mental hos1 yesterday. Fagan got past g ds and went into the palace twice, once into Queen Elizabeth's bedroom where he chatted with her for 10 minutes. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY Try to plan ahead and remove all ingredients for each meal at one time. Each time the door of a refrigerator or freezer is opened, its compressor has to run a bit longer to replace the cold air that spills out. Discourage leisurely open-door inspections of refrigerators contents by family members looking for between meal snacks. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 14 Thursday, January 20, 1983 Tax increases urged by business leaders WASHINGTON (AP)--Business leaders are pressuring President Reagan to make sharp cuts in both military and domestic program budgets to stop the growth of federal deficits and they want taxes boosted as well. For the second time in as many days, a group of business leaders sent a message to the White House that cutting the federal deficit must be the top economic priority. The executives were joined yesterday by a group of former cabinet officials, Republicans and Democrats alike. They are pushing for $175 billion in budget cuts and new taxes to pare the projected 1985 deficit to $75 billion. The current Commerce Secretary was talking about lower taxes in one area yesterday. Malcolm Baldridge says lower capital gains taxes on business investment would help fledgling high technology industries meet foreign competition. But Baldridge cautions that the idea is his own, not the Administration's position. The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that imported motorcycles are threatening sales of domestic models. The agency ruled on a petition filed by U.S. motorcycle Harley-Davidson. The commission must now consider measures to protect U.S. firms with President Reagan making the final decision on action. The ruling could mean action against Japanese motorcycle imports. It came as President Reagan was meeting at the White House with Japan's Prime Minister Yashurio Nakasone. A major topic was believed to have been U.S. requests that Japan lift import quotas on key agricultural products. But after the talks ended, Commerce Secretary Baldridge said Nakasone made no promises in that area. Accused slayer called 'cowardly butcher' LOS ANGELES (UPI)--Accused Sunset Strip slayer Douglas Clark was described by prosecutors yesterday, as a necrophile and a "cowardly butcher of little girls." Clark has been on trial the past four months for the 1980 "Sunset Strip" slayings. The six victims, all women aged 15 to 24, died between June and August of 1980 from sunshot wounds in the head. One was decapitated. If convicted by the Los Angeles Superior Court jury, Clark could face execution in the gas chamber. Deputy District Attorney Robert Jorgensen said he was "almost apologetic" for his closing arguments, in which he also described Clark as a man who liked to "prowl over mean streets in his cowardly search for his weak and defenseless prey." Defense Lawyer Maxwell Keith said there was only circumstantial evidence in the case and asked the jury to acquit Clark. Jorgensen says Clark's crimes stemmed from a "consuming interest" in necrophelia, sex with the dead, which he had described in letters and conversations. Testimony revealed that although three of the victims had been sexually assaulted, there was no way of knowing if the assaults occurred before or after the deaths. 'E.T' banned for Scandinavian children STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP)--"E.T." is boffo in Boston, but it is banned in Scandinavia--at least for children. Authorities in Sweden, Finland and Norway are concerned about the Abortion stand taken NEW YORK (AP)--Almost 10 years to the day after the Supreme Court handed down its ruling permitting abortion, the National League of Women Voters has taken a stand on the issue. The group does not endorse abortion, but it says the government should stay out of any decision about having children, including the decision about whether to have an abortion. Some angry League members resigned right after the statement was released. impact the American film might have on their children. Swedish authorities say the story of the wayward extra-terrestrial portrays adults as the enemies of children. So, the Swedish Board of Film Censorship has limited the audience for the movie to those above age 11. In Norway, the limit is 12 and in Finland, you can' t see it if you are 8 or younger. But American films are popular in Scandinavia and in the Swedish capital of Stockholm, the movie's op--ening sent some youthful movie lovers to the streets with protest signs. One Swedish newspaper suggests getting the advice of children before imposing such bans in the future. Senator Jesse Helms had a private luncheon with Nakasone and says he has good news for the tobacco industry. The North Carolina Republican says the Japanese government has decided to permit the sale of U.S. cigarettes at all its retail cigarette outlets within two years. Such sales are now severely restricted. Another Senator who met with the Japanese Prime Minister was John Danforth, the Chairman of the Senate International Trade Panel. The Missouri Republican is predicting the Japanese will agree to limit exports of cars to the U.S. for a third year. The Detroit News says General Motors officials are in Japan this week to finalize a deal with Toyota, one of the Japanese automakers that has been eating away at the U.S. market. There is no confirmation from GM that it is about to wrap up negotiations on joint production of a small car in this country. Meanwhile, China retaliated against Reagan Administration textile quotas yesterday by announcing an unprecedented freeze on purchases of three U.S. products just two weeks before the arrival of Secretary of State George Shultz. The Chinese government said it will immediately stop approval of new contracts of cotton, soybeans and chemical fibers and also announced a cutback on planned imports of other U.S. agricultural products. The action came in response to the Reagan Administration's decision Saturday to curb the growth of Chinese textile exports to the United States. State Department spokesman John Hughes said the U.S. regrets the Chinese decision but said Washington had a sincere desire to continue negotiations with China over the textile dispute. He got his last wish LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A cancer-stricken Oregon boy, who was granted his wish to have his Spaniel "Muggins" nearby during his treatments in, southern California, has died. It was learned yesterday, that Teddy, the 12-year-old lad who came to Los Angeles for cancer treatment, died Monday night. The Pet Orphans Fund arranged to have Muggins, Teddy's dog and "best friend," brought to southern California last October. A spokeswoman for Pet Orphans Fund said the boy made as many visits to Muggins' "foster home" as his disease allowed. Teddy spent a few hours with Muggins last Friday, just two days be fore he entered the hospital for the last time. President's policy is criticized by actor WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan says the nation' s unemployed cannot be put back to work just by cutting spending and increasing taxes. His comments came during a fundraising dinner in Chicago for Illinois Republican Senator Charles Percy. The president said what is needed is a plan to get industry moving again and he promised new proposals to cut unemployment soon. Actor Ed Asner was criticizing Reagan economic policies yesterday. He was in Braddock, Penn., helping distribute groceries to unemployed steelworkers. Asner, who is the head of the Screen Actors Guild, met with officials of the United Steelworkers Union, who organized a food bank to help feed laid-off union members. Asner said the members of the Reagan Administration need to "pull the blinders off their eyes" when it comes to unemployment. White House iccnomist Martin Feldstein says President Reagan is considering an overhaul of the Federal Income Tax System. Thursday's Washington Post reports one part of the plan would be aimed at boosting savings. It is a tax-exempt account similar to individual retirement accounts, but it would allow parents to save for their children's college educations. Another idea is to change the income tax to a tax on consumption. In other news from Capitol Hill, Reagan Administration officials say the president is forming two special committees--one to improve public relations efforts in foreign policy and another on nuclear weapons policy. The second group will be aimed at swaying European public opinion. Sources say National Security Adviser William Clark will head the foreign policy panel and U.S. Ambasador to Ireland Peter Dailey will be in charge of the nuclear group.

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Page 2 THERE WILL BE A FREE dog dip at the pound on Friday, Jan. 21st, from 9 a.m. to Noon. For more information call 4440 or 4105 and ask for BU3 Johnson. ANYONE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE Gospel Choir now forming to participate in the Black History Month activities please come out on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. and/or Saturdays at 2 p.m. at the Base Chapel. For more information call Pam Mason at 2713 AWH. (We are in desperate need of a pianist who can play by ear. .anyone qualified please come out.) CAAC: THE COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE Center was established for many reasons. And even with new policies coming down the pike it's functions have not changed. It has always been set up to help anyone that may have a drug or alcohol problem. But this is not where the job stopped. It was also designed to provide a place where a person could go with most any type of problem. A place where all information is privileged information and cannot be disclosed to anyone. We may not be able to solve every problem, but maybe we can help. Remember we are here to serve you. Ext. 4390 or 4381. ATTENTION BABIES: EXPERIENCING UNEXpected problems with breastfeeding? Want to meet other breast-fed babies and compare notes? Come to the next meeting of the Breastfeeding Support Group, where you can hear some interesting tips and share the benefits of your experience. Come to TKl3 on Thursday, Jan. 20th, at 7:30 p.m., or call Jackie at 2434. P.S. Bring your moms, too. W.T. SAMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HAS found it necessary to deviate from the previously published master schedule and have Records Day--Jan. 21, which will coincide with the High School. Therefore, there will be no school on Jan. 21. All students will attend school for their normal schedules on Jan. 24. Blue Caribe Thursday, Jan. 20 "BBQ NIGHT" BBQ Chicken BBQ Beefribs Baked or French Fries Sauteed Greens Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $6.50 Friday, Jan. 21 "PEPPER STEAK" Pepper Steak Steak Fries Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $5.95 br SAFEGUARD ALL CLASSIFIED MATERIAL TUE 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, Dly Gazette is published according to the rules and reglations for ship and sation nwpapers stined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the dieting of the Naval BsT e Pblict Affairs Officer. Printed five times wekly at government expense n government equipment at the Na, Publications and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions Sisi bTT, bapisLs'"s s5 s that appear herein a e not to be cnstru d official srefletin the views of COMNAVAS or the Department of the Npy. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements 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. 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. RIFLE MATCH: FOR THOSE ACTIVE Naval and Marine Corps shooters there will be a rifle match hald at the GTMO rifle range on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 7 a.m. Teams must consist of four people with one as the team captain. Team rosters must be submitted to P. 0. Henry at the pistol range (Guard Mail Stop #6) no later than Monday, Feb. 15. For more information contact P. 0. Henry at 4741/4679/ 2161 DWH. 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. Educational Note IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OFFERING the community a valuable service while working with motivated people, have you thought of teaching college level classes? Hampton Institute will be hiring off campus tutors for their upcoming classes. If you have a masters degree and are interested in teaching, call Susan Murray, the Hampton coordinator at 4903. 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. + 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. 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. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies. RED CROSS PROVIDES PROFESSIONAL counseling for emergencies, financial crises and family problems to include verification for emergency leave. 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. Thursday, January 20, 1983 DOD SHOWS PRESENTS THE "ULTRASONIC BAND". This eight-member band will feature "Funky Soul" music. The schedule of performances is as follows: Feb. 2 -Downtown Lyceum Feb. 3 -Leeward Point Lyceum All performances will begin at 7 p.m. The scheduled movies will be shown at the CONCLUSION of the performance. NAVY ISSUE BEEF STEAKS: THE Commissary will make available during December and January frozen 7 oz. steaks from the Navy Supply Department. The customers' cost per pound is reduced as follows: Navy Frozen Beef Strip Loin From: $5.34 Now: $2.47 Navy Frozen Beef Sirloin From: $4.11 Now: $1.90 Navy Frozen Beef Ribeye From: $5.10 Now: 2.37 The Commissary will merchandise 2-4 steaks per package. Also, customers may buy an entire 50 lb. case of these pre-cut 7 oz. frozen steaks in December and January; notify MSC Dolar or M52 Baca at 4911 or call Commissary Stock Control at 443E. These Navy Supply issue steaks have been frozen for an extended time, but food inspection personnel have extended the shelf life through January 1983. If you have need of steaks for the next few weeks, this may be a good deal for you. Club Calendar COMO Jan. 21--Sing along with Nick Goodman and Friends, 5-7 p.m. Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Endless Flyte, 9 p.m. 1 a.m. Jan. 22--Hail and Farewell Jan. 23--Sunday Champagen Brunch, 10:30 a.m. Sundae Night at the Movies, 6:30 p.m. WINDJAMMER Jan. 21--Sensation, Pat Duffus, 8 p.m. -Midnight Jan. 22--Sensation, Pat Duffus, 8 p.m. -Midnight CPO CLUB Jan. 20--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Jan. 21--Flash Back, 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Jan. 22--Flash Back, 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Exchange Notes THE NAVY EXCHANGE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS and Service Store will be closed Saturday, Jan. 22, for Inventory. THE NAVY EXCHANGE AND NEX SOUND Scene will be closed Sunday, Jan. 23, for Inventory. THE NEX MINI MART WILL BE CLOSED Monday, Jan. 24, for Inventory. NEX Automotive With Oil and Oil Filter Change Jan. 2428 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). 0 M

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The Daily Gazette Ferry boats: some safety do's and don'ts by Lew Reed Naval Station GTMO Instruction 9820.3J is the instruction that governs operation and safety aboard the ferry boats. According to that instruction, the Ferry Master is acting for, and with the authority of, the Commanding Officer of the U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In other words, when you ride the ferry boat you are under the jurisdiction of the Ferry Master. Here are some don'ts for people riding the ferry boats: 1. Don't distract the Ferry Master. Your safety and the safety of the other passengers is the Ferry Master's primary concern. Let him or her do the job without distractions. 2. Don't argue with or interfere with any member of the ferry .Each of them is a highlyined professional. 3 Don't consume alcoholic beverages aboard the ferrys. It is against regulations. 4. Don't try to get onto or off the ferry until a member of the crew has signalled that it is safe to do so. 5. Don't smoke on the ferry when gasoline trucks or ammunition is being transported. 6. If you are taking a vehicle across the bay on the ferry, don't leave it unattended while on the ferry. Here are some do's for people riding the ferry boats: 1. Do follow the instructions of all members of the ferry crew. 2. Do stay clear of the Pilot House and engine room spaces as they are restricted areas. 3. Do remain with your vehicle. 4. Do ensure that any cargo you are transporting is secured correctly. 5. Do adhere to the loading priorities (which are discussed next). Vehicles will be loaded onto the ferries according to this listing of priorities. ( mrgencyvehicles (base police, fire trucks, ambulance) in emergency situations. (2) Government vehicles carrying perishables and/or frozen foodstuffs. (3) School, MAC, MARLOG buses (4) U.S. Mail trucks, Contraband Inspection Units, and Naval Courier vehicles. (5) Official military vehicles carrying senior officers. Lane 2: (1) Leeward Point residents Lane 3 (1) Other Government vehicles (2) All other vehicles. This priority listing will be in effect except in emergency situations and when granted previous clearance by Port Control. To maintain their assigned priority, all vehicles are required to be available at the loading ramp fifteen (15) minutes prior to scheduled departure, except school and MAC crew buses. Once the ferry is loaded you may not have them off load a lower priority vehicle to on load yours even though yours may be a higher priority. Also, POV traffic on the ferries during normal working hours should be held to a minimum. Depart Windward Depart Leeward 12:30 a.m.% 1:00 a.m.% 6:30 a.m.*# 7:00 a.m.*# 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.@$ 10:00 a.m.@S 10:30 a.m.# 11:00 a.m.# 11:30 a.m. NOON 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m.* 3:00 p.m.* 3:30 p.m.# 4:40 p.m.&# 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m.B 9:00 p.m.@ 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Notes *Not on Saturday #Not on Sunday DSaturday/Sunday only &4:08 p.m. on Saturday $JAX flight on Wednesday %Friday/ Saturday only Emergency leave, household goods changes Navy Newsgram, Jan. 15, 1983 Important changes to emergency leave and household goods storage regulations have been approved by the Department of Defense. New emergency leave provisions authorize government funded commercial transportation for personal emergencies. This applies to members and dependents stationed overseas or members on temporary duty or deployed in overseas areas. One round trip may be authorized from the overseas area involved. Temporary duty or deployed personnel may be provided transportation to the airport serving their homeport or permanent duty station. Members performing temporary duty or deploying for more than 90 days can now be authorized storage of household goods during deployment at government expense. ,The new household goods storage provisions will particularly bene-fit single members who live off base and are subject to extended deployments. This special storage is authorized up to 13,500 pounds for all members. Changes in emergency leave and storage policy are effective Jan. 3, 1983. Additional information is promulgated in Per Diem, Travel, and Transportation Allowance Committee messages 031950Z JAN 83 and 031925Z JAN 83. Amplifying information will be provided in a forthcoming NAVOP. RECENTLY FROCKED TO THEIR PRESENT RATES, THESE NAVY SECOND CLASS Petty Officers pose following the ceremony, officiated by C.W. Gnilda, commanding officer, SIMA. The petty officers (left-to-right) are: ET2 L.J. Deaton, HT2 F.P. Wiser, EN2 N.E. Stoddard, HT2 H.W. Armstrong and HT2 S.D. Bear. (Official U.S. Navy photo). Cuban-American Friendship Day January 28, 1983 at McCaIIa Hangar by Lee Holloway Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba has set aside a day to celebrate the Following i long-standing friendship between the selling ticket Cuban workforce and the American and the telep community since 1969. they can be r This year, the big event is scheduled for Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar. Ms. Barbier Activities will begin at noon. (Nareine Cor Music for the event will be proEns. Stack vided by "Orqestra Novel" of New (Supply) York, an internationally recognized Chief Nendaro band. During intermissions, "Gra(CONO Club) phic Expression" will take over so Hr. Aldama that the sound will be continuous. (PWD-Electri Roast pig will be the main menu Hr. Odelin item, complemented by such Cuban(PWD-Utility flavored dishes as chicken fricasMr. Lopez see, cassava, rice and beans, water(PWD Garage) cress salad and, of course, plenty Chief Brown of fresh Cuban bread. (PWD Garage) Soft drinks are included in the M al ticket price and alcoholic drinks Hright will be available at an additional (Supply) cost. (upy cost.MH. Sinclair Tickets are $6.00 for adults and (Medical) $3.00 for children 4-12 years. Mr. Thomas (Children under 4 will be admitted (PWD) at no charge.) Petty Officer It is important that tickets be (Public Affa purchased early because of the liLt. Glasser beral administrative leave policy (Legal) established by Commander Naval Base. Mrs. Pope Persons with a ticket in hand and (Legal) their supervisor' s permission, will Petty Officer get the afternoon off. (NSGA/Co. L) Thursday, January 20, 1983 2330 ops Exchanj os cal) 4324 o: y) Holloway irs) Pope r 3250 (home) ge Warehouse) 2320/2860 2132/2531 4834 r 3476 (home) 4506 4706 4642 4595/4590 7258 4190 4502 4817 4817 3215 Slight decrease in commissary prices? Navy Newsgram, Jan. 15, 1983 Patrons of Navy Commissaries may see a slight decrease in prices as the result of a recent memo issued by the Secretary of Defense. The memo states that effective April 1, 1983, commissary surcharge rates will be adjusted to 5 percent for all commissaries and will be applied at the cash register. Previously, Navy commissaries had charged a variable surcharge averaging 6 percent which was applied directly to the shelf price of individual items. Army and Air Force commissaries have routinely applied a 4 percent surcharge which was computed at the cash register and added into the final total. The difference in methods of applying the surcharge resulted in Navy commissaries appearing slightly higher on the shelf price of many items. The impact of the standardization for customers at Navy commissaries will be a noticeable decrease in the shelf price of items, a slight reduction in actual cost, and a seperate entry on receipts for the cost of the surcharge. While all commissaries only charge for the actual cost of an item, the surcharge is added to cover additional expenses. These include operating supplies such as bags, shopping carts, and wrapping for meats and produce; and funding for the construction of new commissaries. Send them to Mars NEW YORK (UPI)--It was the kind of thing you didn't want everybody to know about. But then-president Franklin D. Roosevelt knew, as did a top secret group appointed. The group' s assignment was to study possible ways to study possible ways of resettling refugees and homeless of World War II. According to "Mother Jones" magazine, the panel came up with one really "far-out" idea--establishing colonies on Mars or Venus. The idea was later dismissed as impractical. NBCPO starts hiring students for summer The Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office (NBCPO) will soon start hiring students for the summer work prograul. This program is open to all U.S. and non-U.S. dependent youth residing on station who are at least 14 years of age at the time of appointment. One condition of employment, however, requires that U.S. citizen dependent youth possess a Social Security number (SSN) prior to being hired. Non-U.S. citizen dependent youth are not required to comply with this request. gtmo di "Sunday, 16 January, 1983 will be a day to remember by us, the Reids, as a day of love, caring and sharing. "Chaplain Johnson's idea of 'a shower for the Reids' who lost their home and belongings in a fire, had full cooperation by so many that you could observe the Those U.S. citzen youth who are interested in summer employment under this program, and who do not have a SSN are urged to begin applying for a number now. Application forms can be picked up at the NAVSTA Legal Office in the Admin. Building. U.S. citizen dependent youth who do not have a SSN prior to applying for employment under this program will not be considered for job vacancies. Details regarding filing information for the summer employment pr cram will be announced later. alogue presence of God. "Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your father who is in heaven. "Sharing one another's burden was the master of the day. We thank you from the very depths of our hearts." The Reids Page 3 Guantanmo Naval Base s a list of persons ts, their departments, hone number at which eached:

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Thursday, January 20, 1933 THE SPORTSMAN By Charles Morey Associated Press John Riggins expects to do a lot of running this Saturday and some of it may be just to keep warm. Riggins, the heavy-duty running back of the Washington Redskins, is a native of Kansas. He knows what a cold wind on the prairie is like. He may face a very cold one in Washington when the Redskins take on the Dallas Cowboys. Big, bad John is the bread-andbutter man of the 'Skins. They frequently give him the ball on first down, hoping for a pickup of four of five. Then they give him the ball on second and third downs also, hoping for a first down. Last Saturday, Riggins went through the Minnesota Vikings line like a pickup truck going back to the garage at quitting time on Friday night. He lumbered and rumbled and pounded for 185 yards on the ground. The 'Skins, nursing a 21-7 lead, controlled the ball with John. The Cowboys expect some kind of similar plan by Washington this week but they do not expect to give up 185 yards of their turf. They have done well in controlling Riggins in the past. But their defensive line has some injuries and, even though the walking wounded expect to play, they may not be in top form. College Basketball (AP)--North Carolina's basketball team has now won 10 straight since the defending national champions got off to a dismal 3-3 start. North Carolina State coach Jim Valvano was impressed last night when North Carolina defeated his Wolfpack, 99-81. Valvano says the Tar Heels are the best team State has faced this year, and he says, the "scary thing is that they are going to get better." Memphis St.= Arkansas Virginia Missouri Villanova Georgetown Wanted Piano in any 4356AT. 100 69 74 84 75 62 Delta St. T.C.U. Va. Tech Okla. St. Seton Hall Pittsburgh 62 55 64 63 59 54 condition. Please call Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. Had 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. For Sale Helium balloons (by Beta Sigma Phi). Balloons for all occasions. $7 a dozen. Please call 2470 AWH. Coach Tom Landry of the Cowboys is taking a dour view of the whole matter, normal enough for a coach. Landry says: "The field will be an advantage for Washington. It's always heavy to begin with and, if it's wet, they'll give the ball to Riggins 40 times and dare us to stop him." The weather for the N.F.C. title game is still up for grabs, but if there is no snow or rain, the game should be played under fairly decent conditions. Severe cold and wind would not constitiute fairly decent conditions. A strong wind affects the passing games. Cold numbs the fingers of the receivers and ballcarriers, not to mention the quarterbacks who handle the ball on every play. The Washington offensive line, which has to block for Riggins, has the nickname of "the hogs." It's said the players refer to big John as "Riggo." What that means is known only to the players. The line play is likely to decide this game, and why not? It does most games. L~i 1S GolfTourney LIMAMwA p Tennis NEW YORK (AP)--Johan Kriek outlasted Steve Denton yesterday in a first-round match at the Masters Tennis Championships in New York. Kriek won the first set 6-3, dropped the second set 4-6 and took the deciding set 6-2. Kriek plays Jimmy Connors in a quarterfinal match tomorrow. Golf (UPI)--Although Craig Stadler begins today's second round of the Bob Hope Desert Classic with a three-shot lead, last year's leading money winner doesn't seem satisfied. Stadler opened the fiveday event in Palm Springs yesterday with a sizzling nine-under-par 63, but he claims he had a legitimate chance to birdie every hole. Tied for second place at six-under are Mike Sullivan, Hal Sutton, Tom Purtzer and Payne Stewart. Arnold Palmer and Gil Morgan, winner of the year's first two tournaments, are eight shots back and Jack Nicklaus is nine swings off the pace after an opening round of 72. Kegler's Kolumn by Peri Stammreich Ladies, the sign up sheets for the tournament are in the bowling alley and the dates are Feb. 19, 20 and 21. Also, the Scotch Doubles are set for the 29th. We'll start off the week with the kids. For the Juniors, who are 12-14 years olds, Paul Tennis had a 159, John Staub a 141, David Alexander a 149, Dan Ward a 141. For the girls, Judy Mendaros and Nancy Needham had a pretty good score with Judy bowling a 147 and Nancy a 131.' For the Preps (who are 9-11 years old), Larry Whitworth had a 140 and a 121, John Stammreich a 116 and Lee Bollinger a 112. For the Bantams (ages 6-8), who only bowl two games, Orlando Stewart rolled a 93 and 87, Chris Cowell had an 87, Jocelyn Upson an 83, James Lindsay an 81, Donald Holberg had a 74 and Steve Chapa a 72. Delta Brusnahan earned a duplicate patch. For the Ladies' COMO League, we '72 CB175. Runs good. Good transportation for GTMO. $250 or best ofp/a, P/B, A/C. Needs minor work. fer. Call 4501 DWH or 3413 AWH. $50 Call petty officer Weigand at 4706DWH. Tickets for Cuban-American Friendship 1 Hoover upright vacuum cleaner in Day, Friday, Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar. Adults, $6.00, children 4-12, 1clenoilopaitin $3.00. See page 3 of today's Gazette 1ldrusicp bystik n for listing of persons selling tic1tires -$15. kets. Soundesign AM/FM FM stereo receiver with cassette tape recorder/player and automatic record changer: 5125. Call 3112AWH. 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 2704 AT. Safety Slogan Call FTGC Gregoire at 4545DWH or 2752AWH. 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. 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. When in doubt -don't pass. had some pretty good bowling this week. Marcia had a 171, Allen that is. Sandy Catlett, who has a 109 average, bowled a 142. Connie Connon, who has a 113 average, rolled a 130. Also, Colleen Small, averaging 112, bowled a 135. A couple other bowlings improved on their averages: Barb, with a 64 average, rolled a 94. And, Sharon Liehr, with a 112 average, bowled a 137. In one other score, Rosetta Johnson had a 177. For the Hospital League, Bob Malinky had a 202, Jim Burns a 209 and Terry Bjorklund a 196. For the Wednesday Night Mixed League, Tom Tiblier had a 197, Howard Haynes a 182, Thuy Holberg a 181, Bill Kirchner a 175, Jeff Hill a 184, Jay Smith a 201, Pat Warren a 206, Jim Wellis a 181, Richard Warren a 183, Pat Conlon a 196 and Brent Koontz a 190 and a 227 for a 586 series. That's it for the week. Until next week, keep on bowling. 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. DAILY ENER 7h : Water Use: 974,000 $6,112 Target: 1,000,00 $6,276 Use: Target 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. Racquet 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. Reef Raiders 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. 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. ATTENTION ALL DIVERS!! The next Reef Raiders meeting is scheduled for Thurs., Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. Diana Gorendyke will be presenting an underwater slide show and giving the details on the upcoming PADI underwater specialty dive course she will soon be starting. Your club needs your active support and participation--so be sure and attend. See you there! Light solid-wood bedroom set: double bed, complete -plus double dresser and mirror, $250; new crock pot, $10; Haitian large wall hangings, $10 each. Please phone 2301 AT. 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 DNH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17. Services Teacher has music degree, plus years of teaching experience. To schedule your lesson, phone Mrs. Nichols at 2301 AT. Lost A large black cat wearing green collar and tags. Has been neutered and declawed. Family pet for two years. Jumped out of car while parked at Telephone Exchange. Very freindly and answers to name of "Ulysseus." If found, please call 2872 or 4646/4220 DWH or 2873 AWH. GY USAGE Electricity Gallons -Use: 231,300 KWH $23,255 00 Gallons Target: 230,690 KWH $23, 194 Total $29,367 et: $29,470 later Condition CharHe III classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Hail 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. Ads are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. All ads must be signed by submitter. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions.(AT=anytime, DWH= during working hours, AWH=after working hours). I The Daily Gazette -, Page 4


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