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Energy Tip of the�Day
ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY




if you are considering buying
a dishwasher, look for a model with air power and/or overnight dry setting. These features automatically turn off the dishwasher after the rinse cycle. This can save up to 10 percent of your dishwashing energy cost.





ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ?





" .,,,,ews Digest

WASHINGTON (AP)--U.S. officials are suggesting that China's move to cancel this year's cultural
exchange program with the U.S. was an effort to save face and not worsen Sino-American relations. Peking's action came in retaliation to Washington's granting political asylum to tennis star Hu Na. China is breaking off sports and cultural ties, and blasting the U.S. for alleged interference with its internal affairs.

EL.SALVADOR (UPI)--Salvadoran army troops are anticipating an attack by up to five-thousand guerrillas massed near a key northern city. Yesterday, the insurgents vowed a "national military campaign" to avenge the death of rebel commander Melida Anaya Montes, assassinated at her residence in Nicaragua Wednesday.

ISRAEL (UPI)--Israel emerged optimistic yesterday from the 27th round of talks on the withdrawal of oreign forces from Lebanon. Iseli Foreign Minister Yitzhak amir said an agreement can be reached within two weeks.

(UPI)--Former Solidarity leader Lech Walesa says he'll decline an invitation to speak at Harvard University's 332nd commencement this year. The 39-year-old labor ,leader fears he may be barred from returning home if he were to deliver an address at the Cambridge, Massachussetts, campus.

(UPI)--Members of two unions voted overwhelmingly yesterday to reject a three-year contract offer from the Nevada Resort Association. The move sets up a possible strike on the Las Vegas gambling strip. A spokesman for the unions said the labor organization plans to announce their next move at a news conference today.

(AP)--Extra-big rigs have been forced off Georgia's highways for at least a week. A federal judge has blocked Washington from enforcing a rule that allows the supersized trucks to travel on certain n-interstate highways. The .ate wants to limit the trucks to roads it has deemed safe for the bigger loads.
(AP)--The maker of a new contraceptive device, a disposable sponge containing spermicide, says it should be available in most drugstores by this fall. The Food and Drug Administration yesterday said it had given the go-ahead to the over-the-counter product, which is supposed to be 85-percent effective.

LAS VEGAS (AP)--A Las Vegas oddsmaker is out with his "best bets" for this year's Academy Awards, to be handed out Monday might in Los Angeles. Lenny Del Genio says "E.T." is the even-money favorite for best picture, closely followed by "Gandhi" at 6-to-5. And he tabs Gandhi's Ben Kingsley and Meryl Streep of "Sophie's Choice" as the Oscar-winners for best actor and actress.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



Volume 38 Number 65 DOD Month of the Military Child Friday, April 8,,1983




Reagan defense spending suffers defeat


WASHINGTON (AP)--The Senate Budget Committee has handed President Reagan his second highly-visible defeat of the year on a budget issue. And, like the first, it's on defense spending.
The Senate panel yesterday cut in half Reagan's request for a ten percent Pentagon budget hike.
White House spokesman Larry
Speakes says the president is "deeply disappointed" by the move. Only last month, the House slashed Reagan's defense budget request.

Donovan pushes plan


For women, minorities

WASHINGTON (AP)--The White House is developing a plan to get small businesses to hire women and minorities, by cutting back on affirmative action rules.
Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan says certain businesses would be free of regulations for five years if they promise to operate equal opportunity training programs.
Meanwhile, the nation's business executives seem more confident about economic growth than at any time in the past six years.
That, according to a survey by the Conference Board,a.New York City-based private research group. More executives than ever also said they expect employment in their industries to increase this year.
There's no clear trend emerging from the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits. The Labor Department says the figure rose slightly in late March, after declining the previous two weeks.

Flood-stricken La.


Declared disaster

LOUISIANA (UPI)--Most of Louisiana is under a disaster declaration today because of record flooding triggered by torrential rains.
The Red Cross estimates 90,000 southern Louisiana families were affected by high water, but officials say only about 20,000 were evacuated from their homes.

There've been at least three
flood-related deaths in Louisiana.
Almost every corner of New Orleans was under water yesterday after 10 inches of rain fell. The city became totally isolated when a major telephone switching system was flooded.

Forecasters say conditions will improve, probably through Saturday, but until then, more flooding is expected.
In Mississippi, floodwaters have left six people dead and forced 5,000 people to evacuate.



Fire safety tip


Don't burn in order to learn
to be fire safety-conscious.
Fire prevention is the right route, coupled with planning how to escape in case you do
have a fire.




LEARN NOT TO BURNj


Sources say the Senate panel's Pentagon vote can be reversed, but only if President Reagan persuades GOP members to rally behind an eight percent increase.
Reagan had been warned by panel chairman Pete Domenici that a ten percent rise in defense allocations wouldn't fly.
Senate Democrat Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts says a half-dozen or so Senators are undecided on whether Kenneth Adelman should head the arms control agency. And, he says, Adelman's supporters and opponents are of equal strength, each with 46 votes in the Senate.
The vote on President Reagan's
nominee to run the agency is slated


for next week. A White House source says his Senate head count is also roughly even, but with more undecideds.

Meanwhile, a spokesman for Nelson Hunt says the Texas millionare once did guarantee a bank loan for House Republican George Hansen of Idaho.
But that's the only loan involvement he knows of. Hansen was indicted yesterday, charged with an ethics violation.
He allegedly left some thingsout, such as his dealings with Hunt, when he filed financial disclosure forms with Congress. Hansen says he's convinced that he "will be vindicated."


Astronauts prepare to return from mission


(AP)--It's housekeeping day aboard the "Challenger." The four space shuttle astronauts have a light schedule today as they prepare for tomorrow's return to Earth.
Besides checking the spacecraft's systems, they'll perform a few medical experiments and try to rendezvous with a phantom target.

That exercise, combined with
yesterday's space walk, will prove important next A-il, when-another Challenger crew will try to fix an ailing satellite. Astronauts Story Musgrave and Donald Peterson have shown it's possible. During more than threeand-a-half hours in the shuttle's



POW-MIA Day
(Navy News Gram)--"Since the earliest days of our nation, America's men and women have answered the call to duty. In each of our country's conflicts, our prisoners of war have endured extreme hardships and have been required to make great sacrifices.
"But even when facing the most extreme adversity, they have proudly defended American ideals. Their burden has been magnified when they were subject to mistreatment, torture, or death in violation of fundamental moral standards and international codes of conduct.
"Our country is also acutely aware of the deep suffering experienced by the families of our servicemen held captive or missing in action. These families have faced a haunting uncertainty and awesome silence that tear at their hearts and earns the deep esteem of their countrymen.
"American POW's and MIA's are heroes who have gone beyond courage and beyond duty to an honored place in the souls of their fellow Americans. They symbolize the kind of singular sacrifice and devotion that has repeatedly proven instrumental in shaping our nation's destiny. This country will never forget nor fail to honor those who have so courageously garnered our highest regard.
"By joint resolution, the Congress has designated April 9, 1983, as national POW-MIA recognition day. On this day, I firmly believe that we should recognize the special debt all Americans owe to our fellow citizens who gave up their freedom in the service of our country and to the families who have undergone a great travail. "We shall continue to remember


cargo bay, they practiced repair maneuvers using tools, a winch and other equipment. NASA says the spacewalk went
"like clockwork." Officials were particularly pleased with the performance of the spacesuits. The outfits developed technical problems during the last shuttle mission, forcing the cancellation of a space walk.
Adjustments needed to put a communications satellite in its proper orbit probably won't be made for another week.
NASA says it wants more time to study what went wrong shortly after the orbiter was deployed by the Challenger crew.


April 9, 1983
our missing servicemen. Our nation must never forget them. Resolution of their fate is, and will remain, a matter of highest national priority. On April 9, 1983, a POW-MIA flag will fly over the White House. The departments of state and defense, and the Veterans Administration as a symbol of our unswerving commitment to resolving the fate of all servicemen still missing.

"Now, therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate Saturday, April 9, 1983, as National POW-MIA Recognition Day, a day dedicated to all former American prisoners of war, to those still missing, and to their families. I call on all Americans to join in honoring those who have been held captive in war and their loved ones.
"I call upon state and local
officials and private organizations to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
"In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this fourteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-three, and of the independence of the United States of America the Two hundred and seventh."
Ronald Reagan
President of the United States


Power outage Monday

There will be a power outage Monday, April 11, from 10 a.m. until noon and from 2:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., affecting the following areas:
Power Plant no. 1 bldg. 740; the Navy Exchange; The Commissary; the Downtown Lyceum; Radio Point Housing; and the Credit Union.






The Daily Gazette



Special Announcements


Friday, April 8, 1983


MARINE BARRACKS IS HOLDING AUDItions for card girls for the upcoming Boxing Smoker. The auditions will begin at 7 p.m. at the Marine Lyceum on April 11. All young ladies 18 and older are invited to audition. Dependents under the age of 21 must have written parental permission. Attire is casual sportswear. Come out and support Navy Relief. All interested women contact Lt. Robbins at 2272/2344 DWH.


Club Activities

W ATTENTION ALL FRA MEMBERS!
There will bea happy hour
on Friday, April 8, from
\'V/ 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. at the
t/. FRA Club 100 at Morin CenzWter. There will be reduced rates on all beverages and free snacks. There will be a pool and dart tournament and pool will be free during happy hour. Come out and have some fun.

GYMO SWINGERS COME OUT AT 7 P.M. Thursday, April 7, and help decorate the hall for the 50s dance that will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. Bring your states and a dish that will go along with the 50s on Saturday. We will also be swinging out and saying our fond farewells to Al and Nancy Harvick, Steve Pierce and Dale Harrell.


MYTH: Navy Relief only helps married servicemembers.

FACT: Navy Relief does NOT differentiate between single and married servicemembers in applying its assistance policies. The key factor is valid NEED, and many single servicemembers receive financial help each year on this basis.


Legal closed thru Apr. 15

Because of an increased number of special courts-martial being conducted the week of April 11-15, the Naval Legal Service Office Detachment will be closed for legal assistance (powers of attorney, wills, etc.) for the period April 4-15. Emergencies can be handled by calling LNI Krueger or LN2 Blomquist at 4600/4432 for an appointment.






GAZETTE


Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base

Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard..............
.............Public Affairs Officer
Ens. Christy McCollom ..............
....... Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed.......................
...Public Affairs Staff Supervis .r. J02 Lee Holloway.....................
External Communications Coordinator J03 Michael Page............. Editor
Mrs. 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 live times weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Offile, the opinions or atatements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official r as reflecting the views of COMNAVBASE or the ODertment of the Havy.


OFF LIMITS: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the floating pier at the old McCalla Landing is off limits to all personnel, military, civilian and dependents.

THE U.S. NAVAL STATION SECURITY Department, Criminal Investigation Division, has implemented "Project Identification" to insure that you can positively identify your property. Criminal Investigation Division can engrave and record your personal property, such as bicycles, televisions, stereos, etc. For further information contact Criminal Investigation Office at 4168 DWH.


OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY IS LOOKING for people interested in teaching college courses. If interested call 4307 on Wednesdays between
9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

REGISTER NOW FOR HAMPTON INSTITUTE classes People and Organizations and Systems Organization. Each of these classes will be supplemented with video broadcasts and students will work with a tutor who acts as a faciliator, counselor and evaluator. Registration will run through April 15 and classes begin April 19th. For more information call 4903.


THE SECURITY DEPARTMENT HAS IN ITS possession the following items:. two men's watches, one woman's watch, one woman's ring, two cameras, one surf board, one dive mask, one pair swim fins, one snorkel. If you are missing any of these items and can identify your property, contact Criminal Investigations Division at 4168 DWH or come by Security Department to identify.

THE NEXT MEETING OF THE BREASTFEEDing Support Group will be Monday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at TKl3. The subject is "Infant Stimulation and Massage."


COM nity
community





bulletin board


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


ALCOH6LICOS ANNmMOS ES UNA ASOCIAci6n de hombres y Mujeres que Comparten sus experiencias, fuerzas y esperanzas para poder solucionar sus problemas comunes y a lavez ayudar a otros a recuperarse del alcoholismo. El unico requisito para ser miembro es el deseo de dejar de beber. No hay que pagar cuotas para ser miembro. Mantenemos nuestro grupo atraves de nuestras contribuciones. Si usted tiene problemas con el alcohol y desea dejar de beber. llame al 4648, 3205, 2511.


Chapel

THE PENTECOSTAL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY, A full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Sunday morning 8 a.m. Sunday evening 5 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.


Friday Prayer Meeting


7 p.m.


THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. We would like' "9 have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384.

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST CORDIALLY invites all to services at McCalla Chapel. Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m.


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


Notes


THINK ABOUT

IT


A MINUTE



Come Wouhp at the NAVAL BASE CHAPEL Cat 4550/4555 Jot time oj service


YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND worship services at the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Guantanamo Bay, a fundamental Bible-Believing Baptist Church. Services are in Room B-1 of the elementary school and on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School is held before services on Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 3237 AT.


A VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONIST/FILE CLERK is needed Mondays and Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. to answer the Navy Campus phone, do simple filing and typing (optional), answer general questions, and make appointments for testing and/or counseling. Although we cannot afford to pay anything, we can provide good job training, experience and references, pleasant surroundings, and a very worthwhile way to spend your free time in GTMO. If several people are interested, the hours worked by each can be negotiated. We are a very busy office and your help will free the Advisor to devote more time to individual counseling sessions. If interested, please call Ms. Reynolds at 4769.


NURSERY SCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR SY '83/'84 will be held Monday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. here at the Nursery School on Marina Point. The school is open to all children who will be 3 or 4 years old by Dec. 31, 1983. A non-refundable registration fee of $15/child will be due at the time of registration. Tuition for next year will be $50/ month. Nominations for the Board of Governors will be accepted at the registration. Children presently enrolled need to re-register for net school year. Parents interested in registering their children for zhe upcoming year are invited to an OPEN HOUSE on Friday, April 15, from' 8:15 a.m.-9:15 a.m. at the'Nursery School. For more information pall Louise Pola at 21T9/2892.

AUXILIARY FIREFIORTERS -ALL AUXILIary Firefighters are to report to Fire Station #1 for mandatory training at 1 p.m. on April 11.

SPACE AVAILABLE: STARTING MONDAY, April 11, Space*Available sign-up for Windward residents can be accomplished between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday at McCalla Hangar. (Exception: Space "A" sign-up/zn day of flight must be done at thle NAS MACTerminal)

THE SPECIAL SERVICES CERAMIC SHOP is now accepting articles for firing.

THE MARINE OFFICER'S WIVES
Club, by popular demand,
is again selling U.S.
flags. They are
3'x5'nylon, cost
$15,. and will be
flown at Post 21.
Certificates indicating the latter accompany your flag and may also indicate a special occasion, birthday, anniversary, graduation, retirement, etc.' Full payment is required before a flag is reserved to be flown. To order your flag call Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT, Judy Nunnally at 2148 evenings only, or Evelyn Lynge at 2172 AT.


Flea Market

A SPECIAL SERVICES FLEA MARKET WILL be held on Sunday, April 17, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise is sold. No one will be allowed to set up prior t& Noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar; large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and

small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special SerVices Office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the Flea Market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased.


Educational Notes


Page 2







Friday, April 8, 1983


From the Police Blotter


Significant police activity for

the week of March 28 April 3


NOTE: IN ADDITION TO ACTIONS NOTED, CASES HAVE BEEN REFERRED TO THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS. ' S APPROPRIATE


WINDWARD
Monday, March 28
* Possible Child Abuse - Call received from a dependent daughter stating

--Police dispatched and took statements with dependent's father present. Case referred to Family Advocacy. Tuesday, March 29
* Accident with Injuries - Call received from Shore Patrol reporting an accident in front of Special Services. Accident resulted when a dependent son who had been left alone in a car ran between two parked cars and collided with a moving government vehicle. Driver, a Marine E-3, stated that he tried to swerve and avoid the boy.
--Dependent taken to hospital, statements taken.
* Traffic Violation - Police on patrol observed a dependent son proceed in his vehicle down Chapel Hill road, through the stop sign, and then almost hit the police car. Police stopped the dependent and requested his I.D. The boy did not have I.D. in his possession.
--Dependent turned over to his parent pending disciplinary action. Wednesday, March 30
* Possession and Sale of Marijuana - Acting on a tip, police found a suspected controlled substance at the residence of a civilian.
--Employee's authorization to reside on base revoked. Thursday, March 31 - No significant activity.


The high energy rock and top 40's band, "Leggs Diamond" will be touring the Caribbean circuit from Mar. 14 to April 10, 1983, as a part of the DOD Overseas Shows Program.

The dynamic group features the talents of: "Cat" Joyce from Martinsville, Virginia; John Perdue; Tim Wingo; Garry Groff; Vernon Lee Quarles; and Ron Haynes, all from Roanoke, Virginia.


This talented musical troupe will be performing music like: "Baby Love", "Eye of the Tiger", Toto's
"Africa", "Who can it be now", "Only the Lonely", and "You don't Want Me Anymore".


II


see one of the come your way,


Civilian Personnel Job Opportunities

Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the closing date indicated. If insufficient applicants have filed by the closing date, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE

134-83 Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/ 13 8 LGS-203-04/5 135-83 Electrical Worker, LWG-2805O8 (TEMP NTE ONE YEAR) 136-83 Machinist, LWG-3414-10 110-83-A Mail Clerk, LGS/GS-305-02
(TEMP NTE SEPT 83) Two Vacs' 107-83-A Shipwright, LWG-5220-08 120-83-A Food Service Worker, LWG7408-02
'115-83 Laborer, LWG-3502-02 (TEMP
NTE 29 SEPT 83)
130-83 Secretary (Typing), GS-318o4/05 or 0S-5
132-83 Clerk Typist, LGS/GS-322-03
(Part Time)
131-83 Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer,
LWG/WG-5803-08 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) NAF-31-83 Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA
5703-07 (INTERMITTENT)
(THREE POSITIONS)


CLOSING DATE

14 April 1983 14 April 1983 14 April 1983 14 April 1983 14 April 1983 14 April 1983 14 April 1983 13 April 1983 13 April 1983 13 April 1983 13 April 1983


The following positions are permanent registers;


Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl)
Firefighter (Structural), PS 081-03
Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/3
Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-l Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-2


OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN


* PLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REG


COMMAND

NBCPO PWD SIMA FPO GTMO SIMA NAVHOSP BPPSDBO

PWD ADMIN Dept PWD S/S


Friday, April 1
* Suspected DUI Causing an Accident - Call received from dependent daughter from her residence, reporting that she had an accident in her POV. When police arrived she stated that she was extremely intoxicated while driving to her residence and that she had hit something at Ordnance Triangle.
--Statements and photos taken.
* Contributing the the Delinquency of a Minor/Provoking Speech/Consuming Alcohol as a Minor/Assault - Call received from a dependent daughter stating that she had been slapped in the face by another dependent daughter while at Marblehead Hall Snack Shack. Police dispatched and took statements from the assaulted dependent and witnesses. Police then found suspect at Marblehead Hall sitting with a Marine E-2 and Marine E-1. Several beer cans were found on their table.
--Dependent detained for assault, provoking speech, and consuming
alcohol as a minor. Marines detained because of being under the influence of alcohol. Subsequently, turned over to their command pending discipliiiary action. Detained dependent. In the presence of her parents and after reviewing the 5th Amendment rights, she stated the Marines had bought approximately six beers and she drank two or three of those beers. Dependent subsuquently turned over to parents.

Saturday, April 2
* Assault - Call received from Gold Hill barracks POOW reporting an injured person at the barracks. Police arrived and met with the POOW who informed them that a Navy E-3 had threatened to harm an unidentified person. The suspect then produced a knife which was promptly confiscated by the POOW. The police and the POOW subsequently located suspect in the barracks where he was assaulting another Navy E-3.
--Suspect made statements and reported that he had been attacked earlier and was injured. He was taken to hospital for treatment and subsequently turned over to his command pending disciplinary action and further investigation.
* Suspected Destruction of Government Property - Call received from Gold Hill Barracks POOW stating that he had apprehended a Navy E-4 for 'the destruction of a barrack's rastroom mirror.
--Statements taken, Navy E-4 apprehended, and subsequently turned over to his command.


Sunday, April 3
All Commands * Fraud/Evading Police - Call received from Blue Caribe reporting that
customers had left restaurant without paying. Police dispatched and Fire Dept observed personnel by the dental clinic. They attempted to flee and
were apprehended.
PWD --Personnel, three Marine E-3's, apprehended and subsequently turhed
over to their command pending disciplinary action.
S/S * Communicating a Threat - Police on patrol witnessed a Navy CW02 S/S communicate a threat to shore patrol personnel.
--Subject detained and subsequently turned over to his ship CO.

3ISTERS: LEEWARD


NAF-25-83 CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT CLUE 17-83' Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 All NAF-31-82 Waiter/Witress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT CLUE NAF-27-83 Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT CLUE NAF-21-83 Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT CLUE NAF-18-83 Food'Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT CLUE

Navy Exchange Job Availabilities


IBS
Commands BS IBS IBS IBS


Wednesday, March 30
* Suspected DUI - Police on patrol requested in a traffic stop for possible DUI. Subject, his command pending disciplinary action.


a back-up unit to assist a Navy E-6, turned over to


The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348.


POSITION & GRADE

SALES CLERK Full Time PS-5/$4.66 or LGS-4/$3.52

CUSTOME SERVICES CLERK Part Time Ps-4/$4.37 or LGS-3/$2.93

GENERAL CLERK Full Time AS-3/$4.21 or, LGS-2/$2.34 Preventive Maintenance Mechanic NA-8/$5.68 or ,LWG-10/ 4.52 Full Time


CLOSING DATE

22 April 1983 15 April 1983 15 April 1983 OPEN


LOCATION

Retail Store Retail Store NEX Warehouse NEX Garage


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46-83 18-83 38-83


NAI -19-83 NAF-18-83


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Stan ley

Cup



Results

(AP)--Stanley Cup winners are often determined by which team has the hot goalie, and right now, that man is Buffalo's Bob Sauve.
Sauve notched his second shutout in as many nights at the Montreal Forum, sparking the Sabres to a 3-0 triumph and a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-five series. Sauve now has a chance to tie the record of three consecutive shutouts established by Frank McCool of Toronto against Detroit during the 1945 playoffs.
The surprising New York Rangers
also travel back to Madison Square Garden with a 2-0 lead in their series against Philadelphia. They nipped the Flyers, 4-3 last night.
In addition, Boston, Edmonton, Calgary and Minnesota enjoy 2-0 leads. The Bruins beat Quebec, 4-2, the Flames defeated Vancouver, 5-3, the Oilers edged Winnipeg, 4-3, and the North Stars got by Toronto, 5-4 in sudden-death overtime.
The Washington Capitals squared their series against the New York Islanders at one game apiece with a 4-2 victory over the three-time defending Stanley Cup champions. And the Black Hawks crushed St. Louis, 7-2, to even that series at one game apiece.


Yard Sale

Saturday from 9 a.m. - ???? at Corinaso 68. Baby clothes, stereo, misc. baby furntiture.

Two-family yard sale Saturday from 8 - 10 a.m. at CB 1172. Tricycles, lawn mower, toys, girl's clothes, ladies' clothes, shoes, plants, and Odyssey game.

Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - ???? at 8-B East Bargo. Oil paintings, clothes, turpentine, AMF moped,
-W AM radio, and misc. items.

Saturday from 9 a.m. - Noon at GP-6A.-Items incluse a 9x6 rug 8-track cassette player, grill and much more.


Lost

Softball glove Monday night at softball field #1 Cooper Field, If found please call 4123 DWH.

Timex Quartz digital calculator/ chronograph watch. Black band. If found please call 3490 AWH.

One pair gold wire-rimmed photogray men's glasses at Windmill Beach Cabana 20. Reward. If found call 3739 AT.


Found

Ring found at Chapman Beach. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWUH to identify.


For Sale

'78 Chevy Malibu Classic, PS, PB, AT, A/C, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo cassette, very clean and good condition. Whirlpool a/c, 12,500 BTU, 220 volt, two years old, good condition, $150. Call 3588 AT.

'63 Chevy, V8, 283 engine, new tires, battery, ignition system needs minor engine work, $300 firm. Call 4715 DWH or 2828 AWH.

5,000 BTU a/c, $150; wooden salad
bowl, $5; wooden cookie jar, $9; barbecue grill with charcoal and
lighter fluid, $10; lawn clippers, $4; cowboy hat, $4; new desk lamp, $8; 36" cane table lamp, $40 firm.
Call 4341 AT.
One baby crib with mattress. Call
2945 AWH. Asking $40.


Masters tourney
(AP)--With calm weather and rainsoftened greens, half of the 82man field at the Augusta National Golf Course shot par or better on opening day in the Masters Golf Tournament. Ray Floyd, Gil Morgan, and Jack Renner are deadlocked for the lead at five-under-par 67.
Behind them in an unlikely tie at 68 are Arnold Palmer, 1980 champion Seve Ballesteros, 1971 winner Charles Moody, J.C. Snead and amateur Jim Hallet.
It has been 10 years since Palmer last won a PGA event and 19 years since he won the last of his four Masters crowns.
Defending champion Craig Stadler and Bruce Lietzke opened with 69s and Tom Watson is grouped with 10 others at two-under-par 70. Others in that group include 1979 champion Fuzzy Zoeller, Tom Kite and Calvin Peete.

NBA
(AP)--The Los Angeles Lakers snapped their two-game losing skid in Phoenix last night, defeating the Suns, 117-108.
At the same time, the Lakers ended the Suns' six-game winning streak.

In other games, Milwaukee beat Cleveland, 100-87, Seattle got past San Diego, 102-96, and Golden State defeated Portland 118-107.


Hammond Porta-B organ, 88 keys, 13 foot pedals, amp hook-up. Settings include rev. 1, rev. 2, chorus, small, normal, fast, leslie, decay, second, third and fifth. Foot pedal volume control. Includes owner's manual. Call Ed at 6354 AT and leave name and number.

Medium Kennel-Aire pet cage carrier, $6; NEW idle arm for '71 Dodge Charger, $20; NEW mechanical fuel pump for '77 Ford Bronco or truck, $15; assorted ceramic figurines, most $5-$6. To see call 2906 AT.

Fisher portable stereo (PR430K) with cassette deck, AM/FM, five-way graphic equalizer and detachable speakers. Taking offers. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWH.

14' langouste boat complete with two trailers, 5 hp Johnson outboard, electric trolling motor, depth finder, three gigs, two lights, battery and flare kit,$475. Call 4858 AWH.

Nikonos underwater camera, needs minor repair, $50. Call 4858 AWE.

18 hp Evinrude engine, $800, negotiable. Will throw in 14' fiber glass boat, trailer, convt. top, canvas cover, life jackets, two gas tanks, etc. Call 2287 AWH.

5,000 BTU a/c, 110 V., $75. Call 3173 AT.

Baby bassinette, white wicker, has top and four sheets, excellent condition, $15; asst. baby clothes and maternity clothes. Call 4209 DWH or 3755 AWH. Ask for Gina.

Computer, Radioshack TRS80, level 1, 4K memory, cassette recorder, monitor, manuals and instruction cassettes, $400. Call 4792 AWH.

Plants for sale at the Flea Market at McCalla Hangar on Sunday, April 17.


Safety Slogan Driving is a responsibility - treat it as such.


Local Sports Notes
The Guantanamo Bay Officials Association is sponsoring GBOA softball clinics for all interested softball officials every Monday and Tuesday during the month of April. The time will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Marine site "White House" conference room, second floor. For information, contact Noel West at 4231 or 4734 AWH.
The Marblehead Bowling Alley will be closed for half a day on Monday, April due to spraying for pest control. Normal operation will resume at 2:00 p.m. that day.

Ladies Golf
Today really was Brenda Randall's day. She won low net, had a beautiful chip-in and won one-half of the low putts pot. Pat Payne won 2nd place and the other half of low putts.

Ladies Volleyball
These are the standings for
the Ladies recreational volleyball


as of April 3. TEAM
Breakers Volley Girls High School Green Nova's
Spiker's Green Machine W.T. Sampson T. High School G. Marine Barracks W. Marine Exchange


WINS
12 11
8 8 7 7 6 5 1 0


LOSSES
1 2 5 5 6 6 7 8
12 13


Set of headers w/mufflers for six cylinder Chevy, $40; 327 two barrel manifold and carb in good condition, $30; 327 block, pistons and crank shaft, $100; pair 307 heads complete, $30; set rod and main bearings 307, $30; Chevy power brake unit and M/ cylinder, $15. Call 4123 DWH and ask for Billy.

Kenwood stereo cabinet with turntable, receiver AMF, and tape deck and two speakers, 120 watts per channel, excellent condition, must see to appreciate; Pontiac, twodoor, newly rebuilt engine; AMF Roadmaster moped, brand new, never been used. Call 4185 or 4247 and ask for Luis.

'64 Pontiac Catalina, four door, needs a little work. Call Burke at Fuel Farm ext. 4734 AT and leave a message.


AMF Roadmaster three-speed bike, 26", front light, rear light, good condition. Call 6357 AWH.


Wanted

Would like to purchase some casting resin for making paper weights, etc. If anyone has any to sell, please call 4614 DWH.

Seamstress to make clothes at reasonable price. Call Gina at 4209 DWH or 3755 AWH.


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Reef Raiders
There will be a clean-up at the Reef Raiders' Dive Shack tomorrow starting at 9 a.m., and continuing until noon.
A free lunch will be provided
for those members participating in helping to spruce up the Dive Shack and the surrounding grounds.
For more information, 2955AWi.

Men's Volleyball
These are the standings of the Intercommand volleyball as of


April 4. NATIONAL
Marine Barracks Buds
8th Eng. #5 W.T. Sampson Men W.T. Sampson Gold 8th.Eng. #3 NSGA/CO. L. Bumpers FTG
Hospital Blue 8th Eng. #1 SIMA Gold

AMERICAN
NSGA/CO. L. Spikers Hospital Red NAVSTA White NAS/VC-10 8th Eng. #2 8th Eng. #4 Hospital #3 SIMA Blue W.T. Sampson Green


WINS
11
10 10
8 7 6 5
4 3
3 2


13 11 10
9 6 5
4 4
2


LOSSES
2 2 3 5 5 7 8
9 10 10
12


0
2
2
4
6
7
8
9 10


Harvesters Group has forfeited out of the league. All teams scheduled to play this team will be given an automatic win. You do not have to show up for the match.
All rained out games that were scheduled for March 31 are to be played April 12 as scheduled.

A truck tire for a 16-inch rim in good condition. Call 3725 AWE.

Would like a babysitter to come to my home to keep my two children ages 2 and 5 years. I am a full time working mother Monday thru Friday. If interested contact June Brown at 3538 AWH.

Need a mature person to sit a few hours in the evening for a mother that works part time. Would like sitter to come to my home in GC but if not would like Villamar, Nob Hill or Center Bargo. Call 2894 AT.


Misc.

Will trade 1968 MG-MGB convertible for a pickup truck in good to excellent-condition. If interested call 2633 DWH or 2497 AWH.


Free

One female terrier-chihauhua, two years old. She has had all shots, is spayed, house broken and loves children. Also one male two-yearold yellow and white cat. Has had all shots, is neutered, declawed and box trained. He is strictly an indoor pet. They both need a good home by June and can be taken on a trial basis. Call 2906 AT.


Services

Wanted house to sit: Going to leave? Need someone to watch your house, plants, pets, etc. while you are gone? Call SKC Reynolds at 4134. Looking for June through September time.


DAIL Y ENERGY USAGE
Water Electricity
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Target: i�/44,525 KWH


Total

Target: $30,86i Water Condition
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Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY if you are considering buying a dishwasher, look for a model with air power and/or overnight dry setting. These features automatically turn off the dishwasher after the rinse cycle. This can save up to 10 percent of your dishwashing energy cost. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ? !News Digest WASHINGTON (AP)--U.S. officials are suggesting that China's move to cancel this year's cultural exchange program with the U.S. was an effort to save face and not worsen Sino-American relations. Peking's action came in retaliation to Washington's granting political asylum to tennis star Hu Na. China is breaking off sports and cultural ties, and blasting the U.S. for alleged interference with its internal affairs. EL SALVADOR (UPI)--Salvadoran army troops are anticipating an attack by up to five-thousand guerrillas massed near a key northern city. Yesterday, the insurgents vowed a "national military campaign" to avenge the death of rebel commander Melida Anaya Montes, assassinated at her residence in Nicaragua Wednesday. ISRAEL (UPI)--Israel emerged optimistic yesterday from the 27th round of talks on the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. Iseli Foreign Minister Yitzhak amir said an agreement can be reached within two weeks. (UPI)--Former Solidarity leader Lech Walesa says he'll decline an invitation to speak at Harvard University's 332nd commencement this year. The 39-year-old labor leader fears he may be barred from returning home if he were to deliver an address at the Cambridge, Massachussetts, campus. (UPI)--Members of two unions voted overwhelmingly yesterday to reject a three-year contract offer from the Nevada Resort Association. The move sets up a possible strike on the Las Vegas gambling strip. A spokesman for the unions said the labor organization plans to announce their next move at a news conference today. (AP)--Extra-big rigs have been forced off Georgia's highways for at least a week. A federal judge has blocked Washington from enforcing a rule that allows the supersized trucks to travel on certain n-interstate highways. The ate wants to limit the trucks to roads it has deemed safe for the bigger loads. (AP)--The maker of a new contraceptive device, a disposable sponge containing spermicide, says it should be available in most drugstores by this fall. The Food and Drug Administration yesterday said it had given the go-ahead to the over-the-counter product, which is supposed to be 85-percent effective. LAS VEGAS (AP)--A Las Vegas oddsmaker is out with his "best bets" for this year's Academy Awards, to be handed out Monday night in Los Angeles. Lenny Del Genio says "E.T." is the even-money favorite for best picture, closely followed by "Gandhi" at 6-to-5. And he tabs Gandhi's Ben Kingsley and Meryl Streep of "Sophie's Choice" as the Oscar-winners for best actor and actress. GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 65 DOD Month of the Military Child Friday, April 8, 1983 Reagan defense spending suffers defeat WASHINGTON (AP)--The Senate Budget Committee has handed President Reagan his second highly-visible defeat of the year on a budget issue. And, like the first, it's on defense spending. The Senate panel yesterday cut in half Reagan's request for a ten percent Pentagon budget hike. White House spokesman Larry Speakes says the president is "deeply disappointed" by the move. Only last month, the House slashed Reagan's defense budget request. Donovan pushes plan For women, minorities WASHINGTON (AP)--The White House is developing a plan to get small businesses to hire women and minorities, by cutting back on affirmative action rules. Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan says certain businesses would be free of regulations for five years if they promise to operate equal opportunity training programs. Meanwhile, the nation's business executives seem more confident about economic growth than at any time in the past six years. That, according to a survey by the Conference Board, a New York City-based private research group. More executives than ever also said they expect employment in their industries to increase this year. There's no clear trend emerging from the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits. The Labor Department says the figure rose slightly in late March, after declining the previous two weeks. Flood-stricken La. Declared disaster LOUISIANA (UPI)--Most of Louisiana is under a disaster declaration today because of record flooding triggered by torrential rains. The Red Cross estimates 90,000 southern Louisiana families were affected by high water, but officials say only about 20,000 were evacuated from their homes. There've been at least three flood-related deaths in Louisiana. Almost every corner of New Orleans was under water yesterday after 10 inches of rain fell. The city became totally isolated when a major telephone switching system was flooded. Forecasters say conditions will improve, probably through Saturday, but until then, more flooding is expected. In Mississippi, floodwaters have left six people dead and forced 5,000 people to evacuate. Fire safety tip Don't burn in order to learn to be fire safety-conscious. Fire prevention is the right route, coupled with planning how to escape in case you do have a fire. Sources say the Senate panel's Pentagon vote can be reversed, but only if President Reagan persuades GOP members to rally behind an eight percent increase. Reagan had been warned by panel chairman Pete Domenici that a ten percent rise in defense allocations wouldn't fly. Senate Democrat Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts says a half-dozen or so Senators are undecided on whether Kenneth Adelman should head the arms control agency. And, he says, Adelman's supporters and opponents are of equal strength, each with 46 votes in the Senate. The vote on President Reagan's nominee to run the agency is slated for next week. A White House source says his Senate head count is also roughly even, but with more undecideds. Meanwhile, a spokesman for Nelson Hunt says the Texas millionare once did guarantee a bank loan for House Republican George Hansen of Idaho. But that's the only loan involvement he knows of. Hansen was indicted yesterday, charged with an ethics violation. He allegedly left some thingsout, such as his dealings with Hunt, when he filed financial disclosure forms with Congress. Hansen says he's convinced that he "will be vindicated." Astronauts prepare to return from mission (AP)--It's housekeeping day aboard the "Challenger." The four space shuttle astronauts have a light schedule today as they prepare for tomorrow's return to Earth. Besides checking the spacecraft's systems, they'll perform a few medical experiments and try to rendezvous with a phantom target. That exercise, combined with yesterday's space walk, will prove important next April, when another Challenger crew will try to fix an ailing satellite. Astronauts Story Musgrave and Donald Peterson have shown it's possible. During more than threeand-a-half hours in the shuttle's POW-MIA Day (Navy News Gram)--"Since the earliest days of our nation, America's men and women have answered the call to duty. In each of our country's conflicts, our prisoners of war have endured extreme hardships and have been required to make great sacrifices. "But even when facing the most extreme adversity, they have proudly defended American ideals. Their burden has been magnified when they were subject to mistreatment, torture, or death in violation of fundamental moral standards and international codes of conduct. "Our country is also acutely aware of the deep suffering experienced by the families of our servicemen held captive or missing in action. These families have faced a haunting uncertainty and awesome silence that tear at their hearts and earns the deep esteem of their countrymen. "American POW's and MIA's are heroes who have gone beyond courage and beyond duty to an honored place in the souls of their fellow Americans. They symbolize the kind of singular sacrifice and devotion that has repeatedly proven instrumental in shaping our nation's destiny. This country will never forget nor fail to honor those who have so courageously garnered our highest regard. "By joint resolution, the Congress has designated April 9, 1983, as national POW-MIA recognition day. On this day, I firmly believe that we should recognize the special debt all Americans owe to our fellow citizens who gave up their freedom in the service of our country and to the families who have undergone a great travail. ;LEARN NOT TO BURN "We shall continue to remember cargo bay, they practiced repair maneuvers using tools, a winch and other equipment. NASA says the spacewalk went "like clockwork." Officials were particularly pleased with the performance of the spacesuits. The outfits developed technical problems during the last shuttle mission, forcing the cancellation of a space walk. Adjustments needed to put a communications satellite in its proper orbit probably won't be made for another week. NASA says it wants more time to study what went wrong shortly after the orbiter was deployed by the Challenger crew. April 9, 1983 our missing servicemen. Our nation must never forget them. Resolution of their fate is, and will remain, a matter of highest national priority. On April 9, 1983, a POW-MIA flag will fly over the White House. The departments of state and defense, and the Veterans Administration as a symbol of our unswerving commitment to resolving the fate of all servicemen still missing. "Now, therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate Saturday, April 9, 1983, as National POW-MIA Recognition Day, a day dedicated to all former American prisoners of war, to those still missing, and to their families. I call on all Americans to join in honoring those who have been held captive in war and their loved ones. "I call upon state and local officials and private organizations to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities. "In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this fourteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-three, and of the independence of the United States of America the Two hundred and seventh." Ronald Reagan President of the United States Power outage Monday There will be a power outage Monday, April 11, from 10 a.m. until noon and from 2:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., affecting the following areas: Power Plant no. 1 bldg. 740; the Navy Exchange; The Commissary; the Downtown Lyceum; Radio Point Housing; and the Credit Union.

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Page 2 MARINE BARRACKS IS HOLDING AUDItions for card girls for the upcoming Boxing Smoker. The auditions will begin at 7 p.m. at the Marine Lyceum on April 11. All young ladies 18 and older are invited to audition. Dependents under the age of 21 must have written parental permission. Attire is casual sportswear. Come out and support Navy Relief. All interested women contact Lt. Robbins at 2272/2344 DWH. Club Activities LOYALTY ATTENTION ALL FRA MEMBERS V There will be a happy hour on Friday, April 8, from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. at the FRA Club 100 at Morin Cener. There will be reduced rates on all beverages and free snacks. There will be a pool and dart tournament and pool will be free during happy hour. Come out and have some fun. OTO SWINGERS COME OUT AT 7 P.M. Thursday, April 7, and help decorate the hall for the 50s dance that will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. Bring your states and a dish that will go along with the 50s on Saturday. We will also be swinging out and saying our fond farewells to Al and Nancy Harvick, Steve Pierce and Dale Harrell. MYTH: Navy Relief only helps married servicemembers. FACT: Navy Relief does NOT differentiate between single and married servicemembers in applying its assistance policies. The key factor is valid NEED, and many single servicemembers receive financial help each year on this basis. Legal closed thru Apr. 15 Because of an increased number of special courts-martial being conducted the week of April 11-15, the Naval Legal Service Office Detachment will be closed for legal assistance (powers of attorney, wills, etc.) for the period April 4-15. Emergencies can be handled by calling LN1 Krueger or LN2 Blomquist at 4600/4432 for an appointment. TUE W DALY GAZETTE Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard. .Public Affairs Officer Ens. Christy McCollom. .Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed. .Public Affairs Staff Supervisor, J02 Lee Holloway. External Communications Coordinator J03 Michael Page.Editor Mfrs. 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 r as reflecting the views of COMAVBASE or the Dertment of the Navy. I The Daily Gazette Special Announcements OFF LIMITS: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the floating pier at the old McCalla Landing is off limits to all personnel, military, civilian and dependents. THE U.S. NAVAL STATION SECURITY Department, Criminal Investigation Division, has implemented "Project Identification" to insure that you can positively identify your property. Criminal Investigation Division can engrave and record your personal property, such as bicycles, televisions, stereos, etc. For further information contact Criminal Investigation Office at 4168 DWH. THE SECURITY DEPARTMENT HAS IN ITS possession the following items: two men's watches, one woman's watch, one woman's ring, two cameras, one surf board, one dive mask, one pair swim fins, one snorkel. If you are missing any of these items and can identify your property, contact Criminal Investigations Division at 4168 DWH or come by Security Department to identify. THE NEXT MEETING OF THE-BREASTFEEDing Support Group will be Monday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at TKl3. The subject is "Infant Stimulation and Massage." community bulletin board Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office in the COMMAVBASE 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. ALCOHOLICOS ANONIMOS ES UNA ASOCIAcion de hombres y Mujeres que Comparten sus experiencias, fuerzas y esperanzas para poder solucionar sus problemas comunes, ya la vez ayudar a otros a recuperarse del alcoholismo. El unico requisito para ser miembro es el deseo de dejar de beber. No hay que pagar cuotas para ser miembro. Mantenemos nuestro grupo atraves de nuestras contribuciones. Si usted tiene problemas con el alcohol y desea dejar de beber, llame al 4648, 3205, 2511. Chapel THE PENTECOSTAL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY, A full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Sunday morning 8 a.m. Sunday evening 5 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Friday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. We would like' to have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST CORDIALLY invites all to services at McCalla Chapel. Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS A FELLOWSHII of men and women who share their experiences, strengths arid hopes with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to st6p drinking. There are no dries or fees for AA membership. We are self-supporting through our contributions. If you are having a problem with alcohol and desire to stop, call 4648A, 3205AT, 2511AT. Notes THINK ABOUT IT A MINUTE Come WoAAhLp at the NAVAL BASE CHAPEL Catt 4550/4555 o time ob Atv~ice-o YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND worship services at the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Guantanamo Bay, a fundamental Bible-Believing Baptist Church. Services are in Room B-1 of the elementary school and on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School is held before services on Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 3237 AT. Friday, April 8, 1983 NURSERY SCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR SY '83/'84 will be held Monday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. here at the Nursery School on Marina Point. The school is open to all children who will be 3 or 4 years old by Dec. 31, 1983. A non-refundable registration fee of $15/child will be due at the time of registration. Tuition for next year will be $50/ month. Nominations for the Board of Governors will be accepted at the registration. Children presently enrolled need to re-register for next school year. Parents interested in registering their children for :he upcoming year are invited to an OPEN HOUSE on Friday, April 15, from 8:15 a.m.-9:15 a.m. at the Nursery School. For more information call Louise Pola at 2169/2892. AUXILIARY FIREFIGHTERS -ALL AUXILIary Firefighters are to report to Fire Station #1 for mandatory training at 1 p.m. on April 11. SPACE AVAILABLE: STARTING MONDAY, April 11, Space Available sign-up for Windward residents can be accomplished between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday at McCalla Hangar. (Exception: Space "A" sign-up,>6n day of flight must be done at the NAS MAC Terminal) THE SPECIAL SERVICES CERAMIC SHCP is now accepting articles for firing. THE MARINE OFFICER'S WIVES Club, by popular demand, is again selling U.S. flags. They are 3'x5' nylon, cost $15, and will be flown at Post 21. Certificates indicating the latter accompany your flag and may also indicate a special occasion, birthday, anniversary, graduation, retirement, etc. Full payment is required before a flag is reserved to be flown. To order your flag call Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT, Judy Nunnally at 2148 evenings only, or Evelyn Lynge at 2172 AT. Flea Market A SPECIAL SERVICES FLEA MARKET WILL be held on Sunday, April 17, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise is sold. No one will be allowed to set up prior to Noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar; large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special Services Office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the Flea Market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased. INFLATION FIGHTER for the week of April 11 -17 Available at the Sto Light Inn, Villamar Snack Shack, Golf Canteen, Marblehead Snack Bar, & Kountry Kitchen. "HOT MEXICAN SAUSAGE SANDWICH" 990 Educational Notes OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY IS LOOKING for people interested in teaching college courses. If interested call 4307 on Wednesdays between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. REGISTER NOW FOR HAMPTON INSTITUTE classes People and Organizations and Systems Organization. Each of these classes will be supplemented with video broadcasts and students will work with a tutor who acts as a facilitator, counselor and evaluator. Registration will run through April 15 and classes begin April 19th. For more information call 4903. A VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONIST/FILE CLERK is needed Mondays and Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m. to answer the Navy Campus phone, do simple filing and typing (optional), answer general questions, and make appointments for testing and/or counseling. Although we cannot afford to pay anything, we can provide good job training, experience and references, pleasant surroundings, and a very worthwhile way to spend your free time in GTMO. If several people are interested, the hours worked by each can be negotiated. We are a very busy office and your help will free the Advisor to devote more time to individual counseling sessions. If interested, please call Ms. Reynolds at 4769.

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Friday, April 8, 1983 The high energy rock and top 40's band, "Leggs Diamond" will be touring the Caribbean circuit from Mar. 14 to April 10, 1983, as a part of the DOD Overseas Shows Program. The dynamic group features the talents of: "Cat" Joyce from Martinsville, Virginia; John Perdue; Tim Wingo; Garry Groff; Vernon Lee Quarles; and Ron Haynes, all from Roanoke, Virginia. This talented musical troupe will be performing music like: "Baby Love", "Eye of the Tiger", Toto's "Africa", "Who can it be now", "Only the Lonely", and "You don't Want Me Anymore". So, be sure to see one of the hottest bands to come your way, "Leggs Diamond" 5' Civilian Personnel Job Op Applications should be submitted to the N. Office by the closing date indicated. If ins' filed by the closing date, applications will tion is filled. Additional information conce he obtained at the Maval Base Civilian Person Vacancy Announcements posted on official bull ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE 134-83 135-83 136-83 110-83-A 107-83-A 120-83-A 115-83 130-83 132-83 131-83 NAF-31-83 Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/ 14 LGS-203-04/5 Electrical Worker, LWG-280514 08 (TEMP NTE ONE YEAR) Machinist, LWG-3414-10 14 April 1983 Mail Clerk, LGS/GS-305-02 14 April 1983 (TEMP NTE SEPT 83) Two Vacs' Shipwright, LWG-5220-08 14 April 1983 Food Service Worker, LWG14 April 1983 7408-02 Laborer, LWG-3502-02 (TEMP 14 April 1983 NTE 29 SEPT 83) Secretary (Typing), GS-31813 April 1983 04/05 or GS-5 Clerk Typist, LGS/GS-322-03 13 April 1983 (Part Time) Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer, 13 April 1983 LWG/WG-5803-08 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA 13 April 1983 5703-07 (INTERMITTENT) (THREE POSITIONS) The following positions are permanent registers; 46-83 18-83 38-83 NAF'-19-83 NAF-18-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl) Firefighter (Structural), PS 081-03 Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/3 Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-l Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-2 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN Fire De PWD S/S S/S .PLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: NAF-25-83 CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT CLUE 17-83 Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 All NAF-31-82 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT CLUE NAF-27-83 Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT CLUB MAY-21-83 Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT CLUE NAF-18-83 Food' Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT CLUE Navy Exchange Job Availabilities BS Command BS BS BS IBS Friday, April 1 Suspected DUI Causing an Accident -Call received from dependent daughter from her residence, reporting that she had an accident in her POV. When police arrived she stated that she was extremely intoxicated while driving to her residence and that she had hit something at Ordnance Triangle. rtuniti s *--Statements and photos taken. %JI'Epto ~ Contrihuting the the Delinquency of a Minor/Provoking Speech/Consuming aval Base Civilian Personnel Alcohol as a Minor/Assault -Call received from a dependent daughter efficient applicants have stating that she had been slapped in the face by another dependent be accepted until the posidaughter while at Marblehead Mall Snack Shack. Police dispatched and took rning these vacancies may statements from the assaulted dependent and witnesses. Police then found nel Office or by reviewing suspect at Marblehead Hall sitting with a Marine E-2 and Marine E-1. etin boards. Several beer cans were found on their table. --Dependent detained for assault, provoking speech, and consuming CLOSING DATE COMMAND alcohol as a minor. Marines detained because of being under the influence of alcohol. Subsequently, turned over to their command pending disciplitiApril 1983 NBCPO ary action. Detained dependent. In the presence of her parents and after reviewing the 5th Amendment rights, she stated the Marines had bought April 1983 pw approximately six beers and she drank two or three of those beers. Dependent subsequently turned over to parents. SIMA FPO GTMO SIMA NAVHOSP BPPSDBO PWD ADMIN Dept PWD S/S Saturday, April 2 Assault -Call received from Gold Hill barracks POOW reporting an injured person at the barracks. Police arrived and met with the POOW who informed them that a Navy E-3 had threatened to harm an unidentified person. The suspect then produced a knife which was promptly confiscated by the P00W. The police and the P00W subsequently located suspect in the barracks where he was assaulting another Navy E-3. --Suspect made statements and reported that he had been attacked earlier and was injured. He was taken to hospital for treatment and subsequently turned over to his command pending disciplinary action and further investigation. Suspected Destruction of Government Property -Call received from Gold Hill Barracks P00W stating that he had apprehended a Navy E-4 for the destruction of a barrack's restroom mirror. --Statements taken, Navy E-4 apprehended, and subsequently turned over to his command. Sunday, April 3 mmands Fraud/Evading Police -Call received from Blue Caribe reporting that customers had left restaurant without paying. Police dispatched and pt observed personnel by the dental clinic. They attempted to flee and were apprehended. --Personnel, three Marine E-3's, apprehended and subsequently turned over to their command pending disciplinary action. Communicating a Threat -Police on patrol witnessed a Navy CWO2 communicate a threat to shore patrol personnel. --Subject detained and subsequently turned over to his ship CO. LEEWARD Wednesday, March 30 nds Suspected DUI -Police on patrol requested a back-up unit to assist in a traffic stop for possible DUI. Subject, a Navy E-6, turned over to his command pending disciplinary action. The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348. POSITION & GRADE SALES CLERK Full Time PS-5/$4.66 or LGS-4/$3.52 CUSTOMER,SERVICES CLERK Part Time PS-4/$4.37 or LGS-3/$2.93 GENERAL CLERK Full Time AS-3/$4.21 or LGS-2/$2.34 Preventive Maintenance Mechanic NA-8/$5.68 or LWG-10/4.52 Full Time CLOSING DATE LOCATION 22 April 1983 Retail Store 15 April 1983 Retail Store 15 April 1983 NEX Warehouse From the Police Blotter Significant police activity for the week of March 28 -April 3 NOTE: IN ADDITION TO ACTIONS NOTED, CASES HAVE BEEN REFERRED TO THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS. AS APPROPRIATE WINDWARD Monday, March 28 Possible Child Abuse -Call received from a dependent daughter stating that a friend had been receiving beatings from her father. --Police dispatched and took statements with dependent's father present. Case referred to Family Advocacy. Tuesday, March 29 Accident with Injuries -Call received from Shore Patrol reporting an accident in front of Special Services. Accident resulted when a dependent son who had been left alone in a car ran between two parked cars and collided with a moving government vehicle. Driver, a Marine E-3, stated that he tried to swerve and avoid the boy. --Dependent taken to hospital, statements taken. Traffic Violation -Police on patrol observed a dependent son proceed in his vehicle down Chapel Hill road, through the stop sign, and then almost hit the police car. Police stopped the dependent and requested his I.D. The boy did not have I.D. in his possession. --Dependent turned over to his parent pending disciplinary action. Wednesday, March 30 Possession and Sale of Marijuana -Acting on a tip, police found a suspected controlled substance at the residence of a civilian. --Employee's authorization to reside on base revoked. Thursday, March 31 -No significant activity. I Aestoc a. in Almerica. The Daily Gazette Page 3 111111111 NEX Garage OPEN

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Friday,' April 8, 1983 Cu p Results (AP)--Stanley Cup winners are often determined by which team has the hot goalie, and right now, that man is Buffalo's Bob Sauve. Sauve notched his second shutout in as many nights at the Montreal Forum, sparking the Sabres to a 3-0 triumph and a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-five series. Sauve now has a chance to tie the record of three consecutive shutouts established by Frank McCool of Toronto against Detroit during the 1945 playoffs. The surprising New York Rangers also travel back to Madison Square Garden with a 2-0 lead in their series against Philadelphia. They nipped the Flyers, 4-3 last night. In addition, Boston, Edmonton, Calgary and Minnesota enjoy 2-0 leads. The Bruins beat Quebec, 4-2, the Flames defeated Vancouver, 5-3, the Oilers edged Winnipeg, 4-3, and the North Stars got by Toronto, 5-4 in sudden-death overtime. The Washington Capitals squared their series against the New York Islanders at one game apiece with a 4-2 victory over the three-time defending Stanley Cup champions. And the Black Hawks crushed St. Louis, 7-2, to even that series at one game apiece. Yard Sale Saturday from 9 a.m. -???? at Corinaso 68. Baby clothes, stereo, misc. baby furntiture. Two-family yard sale Saturday from 8 -10 a.m. at CB 1172. Tricycles, lawn mower, toys, girl's clothes, ladies' clothes, shoes, plants, and Odyssey game. Saturday from 8:30 a.m. -???? at 8-B East Bargo. Oil paintings, clothes, turpentine, AM moped, ?W AM radio, and misc. items. Saturday from 9 a.m. -Noon at GP-6A. Items incluse a 9x6 rug 8-track cassette player, grill and much more. Lost Softball glove Monday night at softball field #1 Cooper Field If found please call 4123 DWH. Timex Quartz digital calculator/ chronograph watch. Black band. If found please call 3490 AWH. One pair gold wire-rimmed photogray men's glasses at Windmill Beach Cabana 20. Reward. If found call 3739 AT. Found Ring found at Chapman Beach. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 OWN to identify. For Sale '78 Chevy Malibu Classic, PS, PB, AT, A/C, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo cassette, very clean and good condition. Whirlpool a/c, 12,500 BTU, 220 volt, two years old, good condition, $150. Call 3588 AT. '63 Chevy, V8, 283 engine, new tires, battery, ignition system needs minor engine work, $300 firm. Call 4715 DWH or 2828 AWH. 5,000 BTU a/c, $150; wooden salad bowl, $5; wooden cookie jar, $9; barbecue grill with charcoal and lighter fluid, $10; lawn clippers, $4; cowboy hat, $4; new desk lamp, $8; 36" cane table lamp, $40 firm. Call 4341 AT. One baby crib with mattress. Call 2945 AWH. Asking $40. The Daily Gazette Local Sports Notes Masters tourney (AP)--With calm weather and rainsoftened greens, half of the 82man field at the Augusta National Golf Course shot par or better on opening day in the Masters Golf Tournament. Ray Floyd, Gil Morgan, and Jack Renner are deadlocked for the lead at five-under-par 67. Behind them in an unlikely tie at 68 are Arnold Palmer, 1980 champion Seve Ballesteros, 1971 winner Charles Moody, J.C. Snead and amateur Jim Hallet. It has been 10 years since Palmer last won a PGA event and 19 years since he won the last of his four Masters crowns. Defending champion Craig Stadler and Bruce Lietzke opened with 69s and Tom Watson is grouped with 10 others at two-under-par 70. Others in that group include 1979 champion Fuzzy Zoeller, Tom Kite and Calvin Peete. NBA (AP)--The Los Angeles Lakers snapped their two-game losing skid in Phoenix last night, defeating the Suns, 117-108. At the same time, the Lakers ended the Suns' six-game winning streak. In other games, Milwaukee beat Cleveland, 100-87, Seattle got past San Diego, 102-96, and Golden State defeated Portland 118-107. Hammond Porta-B organ, 88 keys, 13 foot pedals, amp hook-up. Settings include rev. 1, rev. 2, chorus, small, normal, fast, leslie, decay, second, third and fifth. Foot pedal volume control. Includes owner's manual. Call Ed at 6354 AT and leave name and number. Medium Kennel-Aire pet cage carrier, $6; NEW idle arm for '71 Dodge Charger, $20; NEW mechanical fuel pump for '77 Ford Bronco or truck, $15; assorted ceramic figurines, most $5-$6. To see call 2906 AT. Fisher portable stereo (PH430K) with cassette deck, AM/FM, five-way graphic equalizer and detachable speakers. Taking offers. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWH. 14' langouste boat complete with two trailers, 5 hp Johnson outboard, electric trolling motor, depth finder, three gigs, two lights, battery and flare kit,$475. Call 4858 AWH. Nikonos underwater camera, needs minor repair, $50. Call 4858 AWN. 18 hp Evinrude engine, $800, negotiable. Will throw in 14' fiber glass boat, trailer, convt. top, canvas cover, life jackets, two gas tanks, etc. Call 2287 AH. 5,000 BTU a/c, 110 V., $75. Call 3173 AT. Baby bassinette, white wicker, has top and four sheets, excellent condition, $15; asst. baby clothes and maternity clothes. Call 4209 DWH or 3755 AWN. Ask for Gina. Computer, Radioshack TRS80, level 1, 4K memory, cassette recorder, monitor, manuals and instruction cassettes, $400. Call 4792 AWH. Plants for sale at the Flea Market at McCalla Hangar on Sunday, April 17. The Guantanamo Bay Officials Association is sponsoring GBOA softball clinics for all interested softball officials every Monday and Tuesday during the month of April. The time will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Marine site "White House" conference room, second floor. For information, contact Noel West at 4231 or 4734 AWH. The Marblehead Bowling Alley will be closed for half a day on Monday, April due to spraying for pest control. Normal operation will resume at 2:00 p.m. that day. Ladies Golf Today really was Brenda Randall's day. She won low net, had a beautiful chip-in and won one-half of the low putts pot. Pat Payne won 2nd place and the other half of low putts. Ladies Volleyball These are the standings for the Ladies recreational volleyball as of April 3. TEAM Breakers Volley Girls High School Green Nova's Spiker's Green Machine W.T. Sampson T. High School G. Marine Barracks W. Marine Exchange WINS 12 11 8 8 7 7 6 5 1 0 LOSSES 1 2 5 5 6 6 7 8 12 13 Set of headers w/mufflers for six cylinder Chevy, $40; 327 two barrel manifold and carb in good condition, $30; 327 block, pistons and crank shaft, $100; pair 307 heads complete, $30; set rod and main bearings 307, $30; Chevy power brake unit and M/ cylinder, $15. Call 4123 DWH and ask for Billy. Kenwood stereo cabinet with turntable, receiver AMF, and tape deck and two speakers, 120 watts per channel, excellent condition, must see to appreciate; Pontiac, twodoor, newly rebuilt engine; AMF Roadmaster moped, brand new, never been used. Call 4185 or 4247 and ask for Luis. '64 Pontiac Catalina, four door, needs a little work. Call Burke at Fuel Farm ext. 4734 AT and leave a message. AMF Roadmaster three-speed bike, 26", front light, rear light, good condition. Call 6357 AWH. Wanted Would like to purchase some casting resin for making paper weights, etc. If anyone has any to sell, please call 4614 DWH. Seamstress to make clothes at reasonable price. Call Gina at 4209 DWH or 3755 AWH. DAILENERGY Water Page 4 Reef Raiders There will be a clean-up at the Reef Raiders' Dive Shack tomorrow starting at 9 a.m., and continuing until noon. A free lunch will be provided for those members participating in helping to spruce up the Dive Shack and the surrounding grounds. For more information, 2955AWH. Men's Volleyball These are the standings of the Intercommand volleyball as of April 4. NATIONAL Marine Barracks Buds 8th Eng. #5 W.T. Sampson Men W.T. Sampson Gold 8th Eng. #3 NSGA/CO. L. Bumpers FTG Hospital Blue 8th Eng. #1 SIMA Gold AMERICAN NSGA/CO. L. Spikers Hospital Red NAVSTA White NAS/VC-10 8th Eng. #2 8th Eng. #4 Hospital #3 SIMA Blue W.T. Sampson Green WINS 11 10 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 13 11 10 9 6 5 4 4 2 LOSSES 2 2 3 5 5 7 8 9 10 10 12 0 2 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 Harvesters Group has forfeited out of the league. All teams scheduled to play this team will be given an automatic win. You do not have to show up for the match. All rained out games that were scheduled for March 31 are to be played April 12 as scheduled. A truck tire for a 16-inch rim in good condition. Call 3725 AWH. Would like a babysitter to come to my home to keep my two children ages 22 and 5 years. I am a full time working mother Monday thru Friday. If interested contact June Brown at 3538 AWH. Need a mature person to sit a few hours in the evening for a mother that works part time. Would like sitter to come to my home in GC but if not would like Villamar, Nob Hill or Center Bargo. Call 2894 AT. Misc. Will trade 1968 MG-MGB convertible for a pickup truck in good to excellent condition. If interested call 2633 DWH or 2497 AWH. Free One female terrier-chihauhua, two years old. She has had all shots, is spayed, house broken and loves children. Also one male two-yearold yellow and white cat. Has had all shots, is neutered, declawed and box trained. He is strictly an indoor pet. They both need a good home by June and can be taken on a trial basis. Call 2906 AT. Services Wanted house to sit: Going to leave? Need someone to watch your house, plants, pets, etc. while you are gone? Call SKC Reynolds at 4134. Looking for June through September time. USAGE Electricity Use: Use Target:(1.A44,525 EWH Trt P $24,585 dotal Target: $30,861 Water Conditi Safety Slogan Driving is a responsibility -treat it as such. classifieds Ads are run in the Gazette for two consecutive working days, with the exception of yard sales, which are run only on Fridays. To have an ad repeated, call the Gazette at 4502 within 5 working days of the ads last appearance or a re-submission is required. (AT=anytime, DWH=during working hours, AWH=after working hours). There is no charge for classified ads. Charlie Ill :on