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GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




(Volume 38 Number 66 DOD Month of the Military Child Monday, April 11, 1983



Jordan's Hussein prompts Mideast setback


WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan is trying to salvage his proposal
for Palestinian autonomy on
Israeli-occupied lands in association with Jordan.;
*.There was a big setback for the Initiative yesterday when Jordan's

King Hussein refused to join talks
on behalf of the Palestinians.
Reagan says he has since phoned
Hussein, and plans to speak with
other Mideast leaders. The president says he hopes an agreement
can still be reached.
As for the reason behind Hussein's refusal, Reagan is blaming
"radical elements" of the Palestine
Liberation Organization. Sources say Hussein was angry because PLO chairman Yasser Arafat reneged on a tentative idea to use the Reagan
plan as a basis for talks with
Israel.
The man who forged the Camp David
accords between Israel and Egypt,
former President Jimmy Carter, says
the optimism on Mideast peace is
"fading away."


Epton or Washington?

CHICAGO (AP)--This is the last day
of campaigning before Chicago residents go to the polls in a
bitterly-contested-mayoral race. , The latest poll shows Democrat
*arold Washington holding a 14point edge over Bernard Epton.

Washington is trying to become
Chicago's first black mayor. Epton wants to become Chicago's
first GOP mayor in a half-century.

Epton and Washington exchanged
some last minute salvos yesterday.
Jn an ABC interview, Washington
accused Epton of being a rich
man who would play with Chicago
like "a toy."
And Epton said he'd be a better
manager of Chicago's money, because of Washington's previous
failure to file federal tax
returns.


China takes measures

WASHINGTON (UPI)--There were more indications from China yesterday
that it's not taking the defection
of tennis star Hu Na lightly.
Since the decision by the State
Department to grant Hu Na political
asylum, China has announced that long-planned sports and cultural
exchanges are cancelled.
Yesterday, the diplomatic barbs re aimed at President Reagan on personal note.
The official Communist Party
newsapaper "People's Daily" said, "Not only does the imposing president of a great power want to
snatch a Chinese girl away from
the parents who nurtured her, but
he is even volunteering to be
her own 'foreign daddy."'


Fire safety tip


Stop, drop, and roll is the
sequence of what to do to put out the flames when someone's clothing, skin, or hair is on
fire.





LEARN NOT TO BURN,


In an ABC interview, Carter says the prospects for peace have been altered because of a deterioration in the lives of Palestinians on Israeli-occupied lands. Meanwhile, a Moroccan national has been arrested in connection with yesterday's killing of a


leading PLO official. The PLO's European coordinator, an advocate of reconciliation withIsrael, was shot dead in the lobby of a Lisbon, Portugal hotel. An extremist Palestinian group claims responsibility, but the PLO blames Israeli secret police.


WASHINGTON (AP)--A blue-ribbon panel's recommendations on basing the M-X missile are due to be released today, but details that have been leaked are already drawing fire.
The report calls for the building of 100 M-X missiles, to be stored in existing "minuteman" silos in Wyoming and Nebraska. But Senate Democrat Bennett Johnston of Louisiana says, "We are back to where we were in 1980."
And another M-X opponent, South Carolina Democrat Ernest Hollings, says he still thinks "the M-X is dead."
Hollings led the successful
fight against M-X production money last year.
Sources say President Reagan is expected to wait at least a week before approving the comFlood-level increases;



Highway is closed

LOUISIANA (AP)--Thousands ot people are still looking for the silver lining to the clouds that continue to pour rain on much of the South. Especially hard-hit is the New Orleans suburb of Slidell. Some 3,500 residents have fled low-lying areas, and civil defense officials warn that the homes of 25,000 people are in danger. .The water is as high as 15 feet in some streets. Forecasters say another foot may be added to that today.
The problem in Slidell comes
fron the rain-gorged Pearl River, which yesterday crept past its record level.
Travel through much of the
flooded area is impossible. Interstate Ten, a main highway between Florida and California, is blocked for five miles near the border between Mississippi and Louisiana.


Challenger crew rests;


Shuttle goes to Cape

(UPI)--The space shuttle Challenger will be up in the air again this week, but this time as a passenger on the back of a 747 jumbo jet. Challenger already is being prepared for its next flight, scheduled for early June. On Thursday, it will be flown to Cape Canavaral.
Shuttle ground operations manager James Harrington says the shuttle returned from its five-day mission "in beautiful shape." He said the first shuttle,
Columbia, was never in such good shape after returning from space. The four astronauts who flew the shuttle relaxed with family and friends. Today they'll be busy with debriefings, medical tests and planning for future shuttle missions.


mission's plan. They say Reagan doesn't want to detract from his opposition to a House resolution calling for a nuclear arms freeze. The House takes up that issue Wednesday.

In the Senate, debate on the nomination of Kenneth Adelman to head the arms control and disarmament agency begins tomorrow.
Supporters and opponents of Adelman's nomination predict Thursday's vote will be close.

Jews hold services
(AP)--In different ways around the world, memorial services are being held to remember Jews who died at the hands of Nazis.

In Poland, Cardinal Jozef Glemp led about -3OOCPoles in a service for the 65,000 Jews who died in the Warsaw ghetto uprising 40 years ago this month.
In Israel, meanwhile, air raid sirens wailed for two minutes yesterday in honor of the six million Jews killed in the Nazi holocaust. An estimated 10,000 of those
who survived Nazi Germany's death camps are gathered in Washington this week.
An organizer says one purpose is to let the world know that what happened during World War II can happen again. President Reagan is to address the gathering tonight.


Mondale wins poll

(UPI)--Former Vice President Walter Mondale won the straw poll at Massachusetts' State Democratic Party Convention this weekend.
But the word "jobs," also entered on the ballot, came in second, thanks to an organized effort by the state AFL-CIO and the Massachusetts Teacher Association.
California Senator Alan Cranston came in third, and right behind Cranston was Ohio Senator John Glen. Colorado Senator Gary Hart was a distant fourth.
Ohio Senator John Glenn's wife says he's only interested in the president's job, and not the vice president's.


Power down tomorrow

There will be a power outage tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. affecting the following areas:
PWD bldg. 804 and PWD Transportation; Admin Hill, Radio Point, and Paola Point Housing; Admin bldg. 760; the Racquetball Club; the Print Shop; PSD bldg. 800; ROICC; the Laundry; the Barber and Beauty Shop; the Hook; Supply Gas Station; Radio Point Transmitter bldg. 300; the Milk Plant; FTG bldg 123; and TELEX 4.
The following area will be affected from 9 a.m. until 10a.m.:
Radio Point Transmitter bldg. 300.


World


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M-X missile report to be released today


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


Flush the commode only when necessary, and never for disposing of scrap paper, cigarettes, gum wrappers, etc. Each flush uses about 3.5 gallons of water; make each flush count.








ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ?


News Digest

PANAMA CITY (UPI)--As tensions mount in Central America, ministers of four nations in the region meet today in Panama City to try and revise a Latin American plan for peace in El Salvador and for resolving other conflicts. The plan drawn up in January calls for talks between warring factions in El Salvador, and a withdrawal of foreign military advisers from Central America.

WASHINGTON (UPI)--A member of a Congressional fact-finding group in Nicaragua says it's a mistake for the United States to support military moves against legitimate governments. House member Berkley Bednell, an Iowa Democrat, is part of a group checking out reports that the Reagan administration has funneled money to Nicaraguan rebels based in Honduras. Nicaraguan officials now accuse the Honduran army of joining the rebels.

BANGKOK (UPI)--Two U.S. military transport planes filled with sophisticated military hardware arrived in Bangkok today. The shipments capped a weekend of emergency weapon airlifts requested by Bangkok, because of Vietnam's repeated intrusio, into Thailand during an offensive against Cambodian guerrillas.

WASHINGTON (AP)--A published report says the nation's air is getting better, but that the Environmental Protection Agency doesn't want to announce it just yet. The trade newsletter "AirWater Pollution Report" says the EPA is holding up the news until William l'uckelshaus is confirmed as the new administrator, so he can release it.

SYDNEY, Australia (AP)--Prince Charles has taken another tumble off his polo pony. Some 5,000 Australians were watching in Sydney, when Charles' horse collided with an opponents'. Charles said later that he was "knocked off." And the opponent says the prince's remarks to him about the incident were "less than friendly."


Cheap fares proposed

(UPI)--A new air war may be brewing over the North Atlantic,
An air fare war, that is.
And summer travelers could be the victors.

Two-year-old Newark-based "People Express" says it wants to succeed Freddie Laker in offering cheap "no-frills" trans-Atlantic service. Laker went bankrupt 14 months ago.

The formal application to Britain's Civil Aviation Authority says the service could start up within weeks with a one-way fare starting at $149.
The unrestricted ticket would undercut current single fares of $263 standby, and $327 economy.







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Blue Caribe


Aatjea a WWA14A t

Tuesday, April 5
"WHOLE MAINE LOBSTER"
Maine Lobster
Choice of Potato
Vegetable Salad Bar
Coffee or Ice Tea
$8.75

Thursday, April 7
"CUBAN NIGHT"
Paella
Arroz Valenciana
Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$5.50

Friday, April 8
"SEAFOOD SPECIAL"
Jumbo Shrimp
Red Snapper
Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$6.50

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.

TREASURE & TRIVIA IS LOCATED IN building 944 - the last quonset hut to the right of the Navy Exchange. The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday and the first Saturday of the month.


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GAZETTE


Captain Maurice 0. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base

Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynara.............
..........Public Affairs Officer Ens. Christy McCollom ..............
....... Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed........................
....Public Affairs Staff Supervisdr 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 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 CONAVBASE or the De,partment of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette




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.




Special Announcements


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 on day of flight must be done at the NAS MAC Terminal) 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."

AUXILIARY FIREFIGHTERS - AL L AUXILiary Firefighters are to report to Fire Station #1 for mandatory training at 1 p.m. on April 11.

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.

OFF LIMITS: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the floating pier at the old McCalla Landing is off limits to all personnel, military, civilian and dependents.
THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE WOULD LIKE to express their sincere apology to the community of GTMO for not having received the Easter shipment in time for the Easter holiday.


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 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.

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



Educatior

THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE IS DESPERately in need of the following items: one 2-drawer file cabinet, one desk chair; one bulletin board, one or two literature racks, one or two bookcases, one plexiglass carpet protector, several electric fans, current educational guides, reference books, etc. We operate on a budget of $40 per quarter which barely covers necessary expendables such as paper and pens. Meanwhile, we serve the entire GTMO community civilians and Marines, as well as Navy personnel. Any individuals, clubs, or Commands wishing to give more than lip-service to off-duty education programs are encouraged to donate one or more of the above listed items. Please call Ms. Reynolds, ext. 4769, if you can help.

HAMPTON INSTITUTE IS CURRENTLY holding registration for "Systems Organization," a 9 hour credit course developed for adults who can't attend classes on a regular basis. This course uses case studies and comprehensive reading materials to explain systems and their roles in organizations. Nine half-hour video programs will be shown to add a visual dimension to your study. For more information call Susan Murray at 4903.

DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD.QUALIFY for an Associate of Science Degree in general studies from Mohegan Community College (a Navy Campus contract degree school) if you have accumulated 57 semester hours of credit in any field plus
3 hours English Composition? This program and others are available to active duty Navy personnel through Navy Campus. Let Ms. Reynolds tie up all loose credits into a nice, neat, low-cost degree which will improve your credentials both in and out of the Navy. Call ext. 4769 for expert individual counseling.


Monday, April 11, 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 the 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 2159/2892.


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






NAVY CAMPUS ANNOUNCES THE SCHOLAStic Aptitude Test (SAT) for the month of April will be held Monday, April 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the Navy Campus classroom, Bldg. AV-34, Mc Calla Hill. The tests are free to active duty personnel but can only be taken once free of charge during their military career. Dependents and civilians are not eligible to take the SAT at Navy Campus. To receive your registration form and information booklet call Navy Campus at 4769.

HOW MIGHT HAMPTON INSTITUTE'S course "People and Organizations" help you in your employment? It will help you in identifying and understanding power and control in organizations, in developing new insights to people and organizations, and in understanding and implementing problem solving techniques. These abilities will benefit both you and your organization. Registration is being held for this class through April 15th. Let Hampton Institute put a little class in your night life.

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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AL ANON


The only requirement for membership in an Al-Anon family group is that you have the problem of alcoholism in your family or in a friend.
We have three primary purposes:
1. To learn more about the disease of alcoholism
2. To share our experiences, strength and hope with others
in similar circumstances
3. To improve our own emotional health and spiritual growth We have admitted that we are powerless over the alcoholic in our life, we realize we cannot change them to suit ourselves. Therefore, emphasis is on what we can do with our lives. If you think you need what we have to offer please call -Diane at 3205 AT
During meeting times 2604
Meeting time is iThursday from 8-9
pm at EBOOO


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Parents' Corner


by Rochelle Wheeler


The next few weeks articles will cover a wide variety of subjects. During the remainder of the month of April, we will cover subjects that deal with the protection of , most precious resource, our
*ldren.
This month has been designated the Month of the Military Child. Thank goodness someone felt that it is important to realize the military child goes through many of the same stresses their parents en-counter by virtue of being a child of active duty military. In the coming weeks, my articles will cover safety and protection in the home, care and nurturing, child abuse and neglect, rape and sexual assault, and child care. Our children are wonderful blessings to us, and it is our responsibility to give them an environment to grow which includes nurturing, protection, care, and love. This week's article is about child abuse and neglect and the family advocacy program. My position at the U.S. Naval
Hospital is Family Advocacy Social Worker and I am charged with the responsibility by NAVMEDCOM instruction 6320.57 and with investigation of reports or incidents of child abuse and neglect. The following listing of def.i'tions come directly from the MEDCOM Instruction 6320.57 and MNAVBASEGTMOINST 6320.ID which outline the family advocacy program and define abuse, neglect, and harm.

COMNAVBASE GTMO INSTRUCTION 6320.1D

Subj: Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

Ref: (a) BUMEDINST 6320.57


Family Advocacy




Social Worker





U.S. Naval Hospital


1. Purpose. To establish a Family Advocacy Program (FAP) aboard the U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

2. Cancellation. COMNAVBASEGT-OINST 6320.1C

3. Background. Reference (a) sets forth policy and guidance for the establishment and maintenance of a Family Advocacy Program within the Navy Medical Department. However, due to the size and structure of this base, it is deemed appropriate that this program involve the entire community rather than the U.S. Naval Hospital alone. The current Family Advocacy Program is an outgrowth of Operational Programs, the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery's Child Advocacy Program, and Spouse Abuse reporting programs.

4. Definition. For the purpose of this instruction, Family Advocacy is defined as a program which includes identification, evaluation, intervention, treatment, and prevention of abuse, neglect, sexual assault, and rape that are categorized as follows:

a. Physical Abuse

b. Sexual Abuse, Assault, Rape

c. Physical Neglect

d. Psychological Abuse

e. Psychological Neglect

BUMEDINST 6320.57 11 July 1979


ily Gazette
1. Purpose. To provide definitions of terms relevant to the Family Advocacy Program (FAP).

2. Introduction. The following definition of terms is not to be considered as "all inclusive," but rather as a basic standard necessary to implement and manage thelrogram.

3. Definitions.

a. Abuse. Direct physical injury, trauma, and/or emotional harm inflicted by other than accident. This may be evidenced by, but not limited to, such conditions as contusions, bleeding, malnutrition, sexual abuse, bone fractures, subdural hematoma, soft tissue swelling, or unexplained death, and circumstances indicate that such condition or death may not be the product of an accidental occurrence.

b. Neglect. Acts of omission or commission comprising inadequate and/or improper care which result or could reasonably result in injury, trauma, or emotional harm. This includes, but is not limited to, abandonment, exploiting individuals, or failure to attend to welfare.

c. Harm. Includes, but not limited to:

(1) Physical, emotional, or mental injury, including physical injury resulting from otherwise lawful corporal punishment (i.e., customarily accepted parental discipline) which may become unlawful when it disfigures, impairs, or otherwise traumatizes an individual.

(2) Sexual offense, whether assaultive or nonassaultive, accomplished or attempted (as defined in
applicable statutes).

(3) Failure to supply a child
with adequate food, clothing, shelter, education (as defined in applicable statutes), or health care,
though financially able to do so or
offered financial or other reasonable means to do so. (Adequate
health care includes any medical or
nonmedical remedial health care
permitted or authorized under applicable statutes.)


(4) Abandonment of a child or
spouse, as defined by applicable
statutes-


Section 1: DEFINITIONS


Monday, April 11, 1983


(5) Failure to provide a child with adequate care, supervision, or guardianship.


Presently, the family advocacy
board is concerned with the following types of situations aboard the Naval Station.

The following list may be interpreted as abusive or neglectful on behalf of caretakers or parents by the FAP board.


1. Not providing child restraint seats for children under 4 years of age.

2. Not requiring that children over
4 years sit in their seats and be buckled up while you are driving. Children hanging out of car windows, sitting on the driver's lap, standing up in the front or back seats, and being allowed to bump around unrestrained in open vehicles is unsafe, and could put your child's life in danger.

3. Leaving children under the age of 10 (peuding a new housing regulation) unattended in the family quarters, especially when the-parents work. What happens if a fire starts or the child gets into restricted medicines, or poisons, etc.? How will you say you are sorry?

4. Leavirg children unattended while you run into the exchange or commissary, 1SD, housing, CCPO, the hospital, etc. In the heat of GTMO, a car can get up to 110 degrees in a matter of 10-15 minutes during the day. It can be potentially harmful to your child. If you have business to attend to, make your plans, and get someone to watch your child!


THE NAV1DCO1IE INSTRUCTION CLEARLY STATES THAT FAILURE TO PROVIDE A CHILD WITH ADEQUATE CARE, SUPERVISION, OR GUARDIANSHIP CAN BE CONSIDERED 1ARM BY THE FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM AND BOARD. IN EVERY SITUATION LISTED. THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR A CHILD TO BE SERIOUSLY HARMED. ENOUGH SITUATIONS OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT COULD POSSIBLY RESULT IN THE LOSS OF FAMILY HOUSING, TRANSFER TO CONUS, AND SOCIAL SERVICE INTERVENTION. EACH SITUATION WILL MOST CERTAINLY REQUIRE MY INTERVENTION AND INVESTIGATION, AS WELL AS COUNSELING OF THE PARENT OR CARETAKER. ThtiNK ABOUT IT, IS IT WORTH IT?


WASHINGTON (NES)--Reaserching an swers to-uniform questions can turn up some interesting stories about Navy uniforms and insignia.
For example, a former fleet admiral and World War II chief of naval operations is credited with originating the idea of the submariners dolphins.
It is reported that then-Captain Ernest J. King, the commander of Submarine Division Three, suggested #,at a distinguishing device be
pted for submariners.
WKing, who became a fleet admiral and the chief of naval operations during World War II, designed an insignia with a shield mounted on a submarine with dolphins forward and abaft of the conning tower. On June 13, 1923, King submittad his pen-and-ink sketch to the Atlantic submarine division comman-der, who strongly endorsed the idea.
The drawing was then submitted to the secretary of the Navy via the Bureau of Navigation, later renamed the Bureau of Naval Personnel, and even later renamed the Naval Military Personnel Command.
The bureau liked the idea of a special submarine insignia and solicited additional designs from several sources over the next few months. N


Some designs combined a submarine and shark motif; others incorporated submarines and dolphins, and shields.
Bailey, Banks, and Biddle, a
Philadelphia firm which had worked on Naval Academy class rings, submitted two designs.
The two were combined into a
single design that is still in use today -- dolphins flanking the bow and conning tower of a submarine.
On March 20, 1924, the chief of BUNAVIG recommended to SECNAV that the design be adopted. Acting SECNAV Theodore Roosevelt Jr. approved the design the same month.
The submarine combat insignia was proposed by the Pacific Fleet submarine force commander in 1942.
The submarine depicted on the combat insignia is the USS Flying Fish (SS229) proceeding on the surface to her patrol area.
The design of this insignia was modified only once -- to allow drilling holes for additional stars.
The USS Sailfish was the first submarine to become eligible for the submarine combat insignia as a result of its successful patrol of Dec. 8-17, 1941.


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
137-83

138-83

139-83 NAF-32-83 NAF-13-83-B


POSITION AND GRADE
Sheetmetal Mechanic, LWG3806-10
Shop Planner (Electrician), WD-2805-05
Rigger Worker, LWG-5210-08 Bartender Foreman, LWS/NSCashier Checker, PS-2091-02/ Sales Store Checker, LOS2091-03


CLOSING DATE
15 April 19Z22 April 1983

18 April 1983 15 April 1983 18 April 1983


14o-83 Equipment Cleaner, LWG-7009- 18 April 1983
04 (Two Positions)
The following positions are permanent registers:


46-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03
(Kelly Girl)
18-83 Firefighter (Structural), PS
081-03
38-83 Telephone Operator, LGS/GS382-02/3
96-83 Sales Atore Checker, GS/LGS2091-03 INT
NAF-17-83 Custodial Worker, NA/LWG3566-01
XAF-22-83 Motor Vehicle Operator, NA/
LWG-5703-05 (PT)
NAF-19-83 Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189
-01
NAF-18-83 Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189
-02


APPLICATIONS
NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83
NAF-18-83


OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

OPEN OPEN OPEN


WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT
CLUB HOST, PS-085- INT
Clerk-Typist, iS/LGS-322-03
Walter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT
Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT
Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT
Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT


COMMAND
SIMA PWD SIMA CPO Club Package Store


SIMA


All Commands


Fire Dept

PWD

Commissary


UOPH


s/S

REGISTERS: CLUBS
All Commands CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS
CLUBS







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'Green jackets' top Masters third round


(UPI)--The odds are great this year's winner of the Masters' Golf Tournament will be a former champion. No less than five players are within two-strokes of one another, and four of them have captured the title before.
And that includes co-leaders
Craig Stadler and Ray Floyd. Stadler, the defending champion, carded a three-under-par 69 to match Floyd's total of 210.
Right on their heels is Seve
Ballesteros with a 211 score. At 212 Tom Watson shares fourth place with Jodie Mudd, the only one in the group never to wear the Masters famed green jacket. But Mudd is a story unto himself. He's just 19years-old and was the leading amateur in last year's tournament.
This is the first time he's attacked the course at Augusta, Georgia, as a professional.


North Stars nip Leafs;


St. Louis eliminated


(AP)--In the NHL, Dino Ciccarelli's only shot of the game meant a victory in the first round of the playoffs for the Minnesota North Stars. The goal, eight minutes into overtime, gave the Stars a 5-4 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
In fact, four other NHL teams also clinched three-games-to-one first-round victories yesterday.
Greg Meredith's second goal came a minute into overtime, and gave Calgary a 4-3 win over the Vancouver Canucks.
Rookie Steve Larmer scored the series-winning goal midway through the third period as Chicago eliminated the St. Louis Blues 5-3.
Mike Bossey had the hat trick
as the New York Islanders won their opening series by beating the Washington Capitals, 6-3.
And Luc DuFour's breakaway goal in the middle of the final period gave the Boston Bruins a2-1 win over the Quebec Nordiques.


The rains that washed out Friday's round are gone, so the delayed tournament is set to wind up today, 24 hours behind schedule.
It'll continue without Jack Niclaus and Sam Snead. Both players withdrew earlier. And it now appears Arnold Palmer is out of the hunt after a brilliant opening round 68. Palmer fell to a 76 yesterday and now stands at 218 for the event.


Seattle stops Portland;


Clinch playoff berth

(UPI)--Gus Williams fired in 28 points and Jack Sikma added 25 as Seattle dropped Portland, 102-93. The victory clinches a playoff spot for the Supersonics. In other NBA games, Boston edged Detroit 115-113, Philadelphia dumped the New York Knicks 113-97, Golden State took San Diego 102-91, Cleveland shot down Indiana 110-105, Milwaukee bombed Chicago 121-91, and Phoenix beat Los Angeles 101-95. Three players were forced to
leave the Phoenix-L.A. game, James Worthy, and Michael Cooper of L.A., and Johnny High of Phoenix. Worthy's injury appeared to be the most serious. He went to the hospital with a left knee injury from a collision with the Suns' Maurice Lucas.

Baseball


AMERICAN
Baltimore I
Chicago
Texas
Oakland I
Milwaukee Minnesota New York

NATIONAL
Cincinnati
Atlanta Phila.t
Pittsburgh Los Angeles


Cleveland Detroit Boston California Kansas City Seattle Toronto


7 Chicago
4 San Diego 10 San Francisco 10 Houston 3 Montreal


Tennis
(UPI)--Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia successfully defended his title at the $300,000 River Oaks International Tennis tournament yesterday. Lendl registered a straight-set triumph over unseeded Paul McNamee in the Houston event.
The scores of the deciding match were 6-2, 6-0, and 6-3. Lendl is the firstplayer to successfully defend his title in the tourney since Rod Laver did it in 1961 and 1962.

Martina Navratilova defeated Tracy Austin 5-7, 6-1, 6-0 in the Championship of the Family Circle Cup.


Monday, April 11, 1983


Sign-ups for Navy Relief tourney Thursday


Have you entered your team
yet? The Third Annual Navy Relief Softball Tournament is gearing up, with play scheduled to begin April 21, 22, 23, and 24.
This is a double elimination tourney, with rosters limited to 15 players; non-playing coach excluded. The entry fee is $65 per team (non-refundable), and roster deadline is April 14; no exceptions...no money, no play. Cash awards, based on 25 teams, will go to the top four teams. TROPHIES
* First Place (one team, 15 individuals.
* Second Place (one team)
* Third Place (one team
* Fourth Place (one team) AWARDS
* All-tournament team (ten awards)
* Tournament MVP
* Tournament home run leader
* Tournament leading average, based on four games or more
* Game MVP after each game (umpires/scorer decision)
The officials will be from the GTMO Officials Association (o mat-standard ASA rules). PLAY STARTS
* 6.:00 p.m. Thursday, April 21
* 6:00 p.m. Friday, April 22


* (TENTATIVE) 1:00 p.m. Saturday, April 23
* (TENTATIVE) 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 24
In the event of rain, the tournament will not be postponed, but will start earlier each day. Four types of balls will be used:
* Limited flight-harwood
* Green dot
* Blue dot
* Red dot


These balls will be placed in a bag and will be randomly selected by plate umpire when original ball goes out of play. This will be a blind selection. There will be a ten-run rule after five innings, and a one-hour-five-minute time limit. Teams intentionally stalling will be penalized under the provisions decided upon at team meeting.

Sign-up for the Navy Relief
Softball tournament will be held next Thursday, April 14, at 4:30 p.m. at the Naval Hospital classroom, located behind the Emergency Room. All teams are required to bring entry fee and rosters. For additional information, contact HMCS Jim Burns, at 7207.


Found

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


Misc.

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


Services

Need that bicycle repaired? Can fix or adjust most makes and models -regular, 3, 5, 10, 12, or 15 speeds. Pick up and delivery available. Call 3495AT for appointment.

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.


Wanted

Someone to install car radio in 1980 Honda CVCC. Please call 2611AWH.

Late model small station wagon suitable for taking back to States. Call 3237AT.

Good running, good looking 1975 or better car. Must be dependable for family use. Wanted as soon as possible. Call 2828AWH.

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

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


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.


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

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.

For Sale

1970 Barracuda. New paint, rebuilt slant six engine, automatic transmission, new headliner. I would like to trade for auto suited to Germany. The Barracuda is valued at about $1, 600. I will consider cash sale if necessary. Phone 4848AWH.

Healthways diving regulator. $40. The CPI was rebuilt in 1982 by Matheny's of Jacksonville. Ask for Audrey at 4703AT.

A set of 6 dining room chairs, $150. A two-piece section couch with recently new slip covers, $100. A dark green 9x12 shag rug, $75. Please call 4754AT.


Safety Slogan Even good drivers can have crashe if they take chances.


One queen size box springs & mattress with adjustable frame and new head board. Asking $200. 3223AT.

1978 Sony 17" portable color television set. Wood cabinet, remote control, extremely good picture. $200. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT.

Canon SLR camera, 35 and 50mm lenses, flash attachment, extras. Excellent condition. $250. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT.

New General Motors late model 12 volt alternator. $50. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT.

Fisher portable stereo (PH430K) with cassette deck, AM/FM, five-way graphic equalizer and detachable speakers. Taking offers. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWH.

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


3173 AT.


DAILY ENEi
Water
Use: 1,079,000
$6,771
Target: 1,000,000
$6,276


One baby crib with mattress. Call 2945 AWH. Asking $40.

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

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.

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.
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.

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


MY USAGE


0 Gallons Gallons


Use:


Electricity
265,900 KH $26,734


Target: 244,525 KWH
$24,585


Total
Use: $33,505 Target: $30,86i

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Local Sports Notes
All personnel attached to the
Galley, Navy Exchange, Commissary, Port Services, and Supply interested in playing softball for NAVSTA Blue please contact Larry Blackman at 4234 or 4734 DWH. Rosters must be in by April 15.

Special Services is now accepting rosters for the Intercommand swim meet which will be held April 23 at the Windjammer pool. Deadline for rosters is April 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (4) events per person.

Special Services is now accepting rosters for- Intercommand softball. Deadline for rosters will be'April 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (18) players per team. The season will start on or about May 2.


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GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 66 DOD Month of the Military Child Monday, April 11, 1983 Jordan's Hussein prompts Mideast setback WASHINGTON (AP)--President Reagan is trying to salvage his proposal for Palestinian autonomy on Israeli-occupied lands in association with Jordan. O There was a big setback for the initiative yesterday when Jordan's King Hussein refused to join talks on behalf of the Palestinians. Reagan says he has since phoned Hussein, and plans to speak with other Mideast leaders. The president says he hopes an agreement can still be reached. As for the reason behind Hussein's refusal, Reagan is blaming "radical elements" of the Palestine Liberation Organization. Sources say Hussein was angry because PLO chairman Yasser Arafat reneged on a tentative idea to use the Reagan plan as a basis for talks with Israel. The man who forged the Camp David accords between Israel and Egypt, former President Jimmy Carter, says the optimism on Mideast peace is "fading away." Epton or Washington? CHICAGO (AP)--This is the last day of campaigning before Chicago residents go to the polls in a bitterly-contested mayoral race. The latest poll shows Democrat earold Washington holding a 14point edge over Bernard Epton. Washington is trying to become Chicago's first black mayor. Epton wants to become Chicago's first GOP mayor in a half-century. Epton and Washington exchanged some last minute salvos yesterday. ,In an ABC interview, Washington accused Epton of being a rich man who would play with Chicago like "a toy." And Epton said he'd be a better manager of Chicago's money, because of Washington's previous failure to file federal tax returns. China takes measures WASHINGTON (UPI)--There were more indications from China yesterday that it's not taking the defection of tennis star Hu Na lightly. Since the decision by the State Department to grant Hu Na political asylum, China has announced that long-planned sports and cultural exchanges are cancelled. Yesterday, the diplomatic barbs e aimed at President Reagan on a personal note. The official Communist Party newspaper "People's Daily" said, "Not only does the imposing president of a great power want to snatch a Chinese girl away from the parents who nurtured her, but he is even volunteering to be her own 'foreign daddy.' Fire safety tip Stop, drop, and roll is the sequence of what to do to put out the flames when someone's clothing, skin, or hair is on fire. LEARN NOT TO BURN In an ABC interview, Carter says the prospects for peace have been altered because of a deterioration in the lives of Palestinians on Israeli-occupied lands. Meanwhile, a Moroccan national has been arrested in connection with yesterday's killing of a leading PLO official. The PLO's European coordinator, an advocate of reconciliation with Israel, was shot dead in the lobby of a Lisbon, Portugal hotel. An extremist Palestinian group claims responsibility, but the PLO blames Israeli secret police. WASHINGTON (AP)--A blue-ribbon panel's recommendations on basing the M-X missile are due to be released today, but details that have been leaked are already drawing fire. The report calls for the building of 100 M-X missiles, to be stored in existing "minuteman" silos in Wyoming and Nebraska. But Senate Democrat Bennett Johnston of Louisiana says, "We are back to where we were in 1980." And another M-X opponent, South Carolina Democrat Ernest Hollings, says he still thinks "the M-X is dead." Hollings led the successful fight against M-X production money last year. Sources say President Reagan is expected to wait at least a week before approving the comFlood-level increases; Highway is closed LOUISIANA (AP)--Thousands or people are still looking for the silver lining to the clouds that continue to pour rain on much of the South. Especially hard-hit is the New Orleans suburb of Slidell. Some 3,500 residents have fled low-lying areas, and civil defense officials warn that the homes of 25,000 people are in danger. .The water is as high as 15 feet in some streets. Forecasters say another foot may be added to that today. The problem in Slidell comes fron the rain-gorged Pearl River, which yesterday crept past its record level. Travel through much of the flooded area is impossible. Interstate Ten, a main highway between Florida and California, is blocked for five miles near the border between Mississippi and Louisiana. Challenger crew rests; Shuttle goes to Cape (UPI)--The space shuttle Challenger will be up in the air again this week, but this time as a passenger on the back of a 747 jumbo jet. Challenger already is being prepared for its next flight, scheduled for early June. On Thursday, it will be flown to Cape Canavaral. Shuttle ground operations manager James Harrington says the shuttle returned from its five-day mission "in beautiful shape." He said the first shuttle, Columbia, was never in such good shape after returning from space. The four astronauts who flew the shuttle relaxed with family and friends. Today they'll be busy with debriefings, medical tests and planning for future shuttle missions. mission's plan. They say Reagan doesn't want to detract from his opposition to a House resolution calling for a nuclear arms freeze. The House takes up'that issue Wednesday. In the Senate, debate on the nomination of Kenneth Adelman to head the arms control and disarmament agency begins tomorrow. Supporters and opponents of Adelman's nomination predict Thursday's vote will be close. Jews hold services (AP)--In different ways around the world, memorial services are being held to remember Jews who died at the hands of Nazis. In Poland, Cardinal Jozef Glemp led about 3,000 Poles in a service for the 65,000 Jews who died in the Warsaw ghetto uprising 40 years ago this month. In Israel, meanwhile, air raid sirens wailed for two minutes yesterday in honor of the six million Jews killed in the Nazi holocaust. An estimated 10,000 of those who survived Nazi Germany's death camps are gathered in Washington this week. An organizer says one purpose is to let the world know that what happened during World War II can happen again. President Reagan is to address the gathering tonight. Mondale wins poll (UPI)--Former Vice President Walter Mondale won the straw poll at Massachusetts' State Democratic Party Convention this weekend. But the word "jobs," also entered on the ballot, came in second, thanks to an organized effort by the state AFL-CIO and the Massachusetts Teacher Association. California Senator Alan Cranston came in third, and right behind Cranston was Ohio Senator John Glen. Colorado Senator Gary Hart was a distant fourth. Ohio Senator John Glenn's wife says he's only interested in the president's job, and not the vice president's. Power down tomorrow There will be a power outage tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. affecting the following areas: PWD bldg. 804 and PWD Transportation; Admin Hill, Radio Point, and Paola Point Housing; Admin bldg. 760; the Racquetball Club; the Print Shop; PSD bldg. 800; ROICC; the Laundry; the Barber and Beauty Shop; the Hook; Supply Gas Station; Radio Point Transmitter bldg. 300; the Milk Plant; FTG bldg 123; and TELEX 4. The following area will be affected from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m.: Radio Point Transmitter bldg. 300. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE' S RESPONSIBILITY Flush the commode only when necessary, and never for disposing of scrap paper, cigarettes, gum wrappers, etc. Each flush uses about 3.5 gallons of water; make each flush count. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ? World News Digest PANAMA CITY (UPI)--As tensions mount in Central America, ministers of four nations in the region meet today in Panama City to try and revise a Latin American plan for peace in El Salvador and for resolving other conflicts. The plan drawn up in January calls for talks between warring factions in El Salvador, and a withdrawal of foreign military advisers from Central America. WASHINGTON (UPI)--A member of a Congressional fact-finding group in Nicaragua says it's a mistake for the United States to support military moves against legitimate governments. House member Berkley Bednell, an Iowa Democrat, is part of a group checking out reports that the Reagan administration has funneled money to Nicaraguan rebels based in Honduras. Nicaraguan officials now accuse the Honduran army of joining the rebels. BANGKOK (UPI)--Two U.S. military transport planes filled with sophisticated military hardware arrived in Bangkok today. The shipments capped a weekend of emergency weapon airlifts requested by Bangkok, because of Vietnam's repeated intru-ion into Thailand during an offensive against Cambodian guerrillas. WASHINGTON (AP)--A published report says the nation's .r is getting better, but that the Environmental Protection Agency doesn't want to announce it just yet. The trade newsletter "AirWater Pollution Report" says the EPA is holding up the news until William ruckelshaus is conirmed as the new administrator, .o he can release it. SYDNEY, Australia (AP)--Prince Charles has taken another tumble off his polo pony. Some 5,000 Australians were watching in Sydney, when Charles' horse collided with an opponents'. Charles said later that he was "knocked off." And the opponent says the prince's remarks to him about the incident were "less than friendly." Cheap fares proposed (UPI)--A new air war may be brewing over the North Atlantic, An air fare war, that is. And summer travelers could be the victors. Two-year-old Newark-based "People Express" says it wants to succeed Freddie Laker in offering cheap "no-frills" trans-Atlantic service. Laker went bankrupt 14 months ago. The formal application to Britain's Civil Aviation Authority says the service could start up within weeks with a one-way fare starting at $149. The unrestricted ticket would undercut current single fares of $263 standby, and $327 economy. M-X missile report to be released today

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Page 2 Blue Caribe haea ana~u4A/ e Tuesday, April 5 "WHOLE MAINE LOBSTER" Maine Lobster Choice of Potato Vegetable Salad Bar Coffee or Ice Tea $8.75 Thursday, April 7 "CUBAN NIGHT" Paella Arroz Valenciana Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $5.50 Friday, April 8 "SEAFOOD SPECIAL" Jumbo Shrimp Red Snapper Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $6.50 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. TREASURE & TRIVIA IS LOCATED IN building 944 -the last quonset hut to the right of the Navy Exchange. The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday and the first Saturday of the month. The Daily Gazette 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. Special Announcements 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 on day of flight must be done at the NAS MAC Terminal) 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." AUXILIARY FIREFIGHTERS -ALL AUXILIary Firefighters are to report to Fire Station #1 for mandatory training at 1 p.m. on April 11. 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. OFF LIMITS: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the floating pier at the old McCalla Landing is off limits to all personnel, military, civilian and dependents. THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE WOULD LIKE to express their sincere apology to the community of GTMO for not having received the Easter shipment in time for the Easter holiday. HAVE YOU A QUESTION OR A DOUBT ON HOW YOUR HOME DECOR LOOKS AND DIDN'T HAVE A CONVENIENT ANSWER? NAVY EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES MR. JIMMY L. REEVES, 4o ETHAN ALLEN INC., will be presenting a SLIDE SHOW on HOME DECORATING at the Pine Rocker BLUE CARIBE PATIO on WEDNESDAY, Drop Front Secretary APRIL 13th at 7 p.m. HE WILL ALSO DISCUSS THE USES OF FABRICS AND CARE OF WOOD FINISHES. B .1I TUE DAl GAZETTE Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynara. .Public Affairs Officer Ens. Christy McCollom. .Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed. .Public Affairs Staff Supervisor J02 Lee Holloway. External Communications Coordinator JO3 Michael Page.Editor Irs. Susan Junkins. .Production Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rles 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 Nay Publications and Printing Sevice Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items thet appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of CO55AVBASE or the Deparment of the Navy. 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 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. THE SPECIAL SERVICES CERAMIC SHCP is now accepting articles for firing. Education THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE IS DESPERately in need of the following items: one 2-drawer file cabinet, one desk chair; one bulletin board, one or two literature racks, one or two bookcases, one plexiglass carpet protector, several electric fans, current educational guides, reference books, etc. We operate on a budget of $40 per quarter which barely covers necessary expendables such as paper and pens. Meanwhile, we serve the entire GTMO community civilians and Marines, as well as Navy personnel. Any individuals, clubs, or Commands wishing to give more than lip-service to off-duty education programs are encouraged to donate one or more of the above listed items. Please call Ms. Reynolds, ext. 4769, if you can help. HAMPTON INSTITUTE IS CURRENTLY holding registration for "Systems Organization," a 9 hour credit course developed for adults who can't attend classes on a regular basis. This course uses case studies and comprehensive reading materials to explain systems and their roles in organizations. Nine half-hour video programs will be shown to add a visual dimension to your study. For more information call Susan Murray at 4903. DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD QUALIFY for an Associate of Science Degree in general studies from Mohegan Community College (a Navy Campus contract degree school) if you have accumulated 57 semester hours of credit in any field plus 3 hours English Composition? This program and others are available to active duty Navy personnel through Navy Campus. Let Ms. Reynolds tie up all loose credits into a nice, neat, low-cost degree which will improve your credentials both in and out of the Navy. Call ext. 4769 for expert individual counseling. Monday, April 11, 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 the 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 2159/2892. ATTENTION FIGHTER for the week of April 11 -17 Available at the Sto Light Inn, Villamar Snack Shack, Golf Canteen, Marblehead Snack Bar, & Country Kitchen. "HOT MEXICAN SAUSAGE SANDWICH" 99 ATTENTION 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 B1mquist at 4600/4432 for an appointment nal Notes NAVY CAMPUS ANNOUNCES THE SCHOLAStic Aptitude Test (SAT) for the month of April will be held Monday, April 18, at 12:30 p.m. in the Navy Campus classroom, Bdg. AV-34, Mc Calla Hill. The tests are free to active duty personnel but can only be taken once free of charge during their military career. Dependents and civilians are not eligibleto take the SAT at Navy Campus. To receive your registration form and information booklet call Navy Campus at 4769. HOW MIGHT HAMPTON INSTITUTE'S course "People ndand Orgaizations" help you in your employment? It will help you in identifying and understanding power and control in organizations, in developing new insights to people and organizations, and in understanding and implementing problem solving techniques. These abilities will benefit both you and your organization. Registration is being held for this class through April 15th. Let Hampton Institute put a little class in your night life. 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. S 6 AL*ANON The only requirement for membership in an Al-Anon family group is that you have the problem of alcoholism in your family or in a friend. We have three primary purposes: 1. To learn more about the disease of alcoholism 2. To share our experiences, strength and hope with others in similar circumstances 3. To improve our own emotional health and spiritual growth We have admitted that we are powerless over the alcoholic in our life, we realize we cannot change them to suit ourselves. Therefore, emphasis is on what we can do with our lives. If you think you need what we have to offer please call -Diane at 3205 AT During meeting times 2604 Meeting time is Thursday from 8-9 pm at EB000

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Page 3 Parents' Corner The Da by Rochelle Wheeler Family A Social V The next few weeks articles will cover a wide variety of subjects. During the remainder of the month of April, we will cover subjects that deal with the protection of most precious resource, our ldren. This month has been designated the Month of the Military Child. Thank goodness someone felt that it is important to realize the military child goes through many of the same stresses their parents en-counter by virtue of being a child of active duty military. In the coming weeks, my articles will cover safety and protection in the home, care and nurturing, child abuse and neglect, rape and sexual assault, and child care. Our children are wonderful blessings to us, and it is our responsibility to give them an environment to grow which includes nurturing, protection, care, and love. This week's article is about child abuse and neglect and the family advocacy program. My position at the U.S. Naval Hospital is Family Advocacy Social Worker and I am charged with the responsibility by NAVMEDCOM Instruction 6320.57 and with investigation of reports or incidents of child abuse and neglect. The following listing of defi'tions come directly from the DCOM Instruction 6320.57 and L'6 INAVBASEGTMOINST 6320.1D which outline the family advocacy program and define abuse, neglect, and harm. COMNAVBASE GTMO INSTRUCTION 6320.1D Subj: Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Ref: (a) BUMEDINST 6320.57 w~bnlti~uN ~5b) -aessrcoig an WASHINGTON (NES)--Reaserching answers to uniform questions can turn up some interesting stories about Navy uniforms and insignia. For example, a former fleet admiral and World War II chief of naval operations is credited with originating the idea of the submariners dolphins. It is reported that then-Captain Ernest J. King, the commander of Submarine Division Three, suggested at a distinguishing device be pted for submariners. ing, who became a fleet admiral and the chief of naval operations during World War II, designed an insignia with a shield mounted on a submarine with dolphins forward and abaft of the conning tower. On June 13, 1923, King submitted his pen-and-ink sketch to the Atlantic submarine division comman-der, who strongly endorsed the idea. The drawing was then submitted to the secretary of the Navy via the Bureau of Navigation, later renamed the Bureau of Naval Personnel, and even later renamed the Naval Military Personnel Command. The bureau liked the idea of a special submarine insignia and solicited additional designs from several sources over the next few months. advocacy Worker U.S. Naval Hospital 1. Purpose. To establish a Family Advocacy Program (FAP) aboard the U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 2. Cancellation. COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 6320.1C 3. Background. Reference (a) sets forth policy and guidance for the establishment and maintenance of a Family Advocacy Program within the Navy Medical Department. However, due to the size and structure of this base, it is deemed appropriate that this program involve the entire community rather than the U.S. Naval Hospital alone. The current Family Advocacy Program is an outgrowth of Operational Programs, the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery's Child Advocacy Program, and Spouse Abuse reporting programs. 4. Definition. For the purpose of this instruction, Family Advocacy is defined as a program which includes identification, evaluation, intervention, treatment, and prevention of abuse, neglect, sexual assault, and rape that are categorized as follows: a. Physical Abuse b. Sexual Abuse, Assault, Rape c. Physical Neglect d. Psychological Abuse e. Psychological Neglect BUMEDINST 6320.57 11 July 1979 Section 1: DEFINITIONS Some designs combined a submarine and shark motif; others incorporated submarines and dolphins, and shields. Bailey, Banks, and Biddle, a Philadelphia firm which had worked on Naval Academy class rings, submitted two designs. The two were combined into a single design that is still in use today -dolphins flanking the bow and conning tower of a submarine. On March 20, 1924, the chief of BUNAVIG recommended to SECNAV that the design be adopted. Acting SECNAV Theodore Roosevelt Jr. approved the design the same month. The submarine combat insignia was proposed by the Pacific Fleet submarine force commander in 1942. The submarine depicted on the combat insignia is the USS Flying Fish (SS229) proceeding on the surface to her patrol area. The design of this insignia was modified only once -to allow drilling holes for additional stars. The USS Sailfish was the first submarine to become eligible for the submarine combat insignia as a result of its successful patrol of Dec. 8-17, 1941. ily Gazette 1. Purpose. To provide definitions of terms relevant to the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). 2. Introduction. The following definition of terms is not to be considered as "all inclusive," but rather as a basic standard necessary to implement and manage the program. 3. Definitions. a. Abuse. Direct physical injury, trauma, and/or emotional harm inflicted by other than accident. This may be evidenced by, but not limited to, such conditions as contusions, bleeding, malnutrition, sexual abuse, bone fractures, subdural hematoma, soft tissue swelling, or unexplained death, and circumstances indicate that such condition or death may not be the product of an accidental occurrence. b. Neglect. Acts of omission or commission comprising inadequate and/or improper care which result or could reasonably result in injury, trauma, or emotional harm. This includes, but is not limited to, abandonment, exploiting individuals, or failure to attend to welfare. c. Harm. Includes, but not limited to: (1) Physical, emotional, or mental injury, including physical injury resulting from otherwise lawful corporal punishment (i.e., customarily accepted parental discipline) which may become unlawful when it disfigures, impairs, or otherwise traumatizes an individual. (2) Sexual offense, whether assaultive or nonassaultive, accomplished or attempted (as defined in applicable statutes). (3) Failure to supply a child with adequate food, clothing, shelter, education (as defined in applicable statutes), or health care, though financially able to do so or offered financial or other reasonable means to do so. (Adequate health care includes any medical or nonmedical remedial health care permitted or authorized under applicable statutes.) (4) Abandonment of a child or spouse, as defined by applicable statutes Monday, April 11, 1983 (5) Failure to provide a child with adequate care, supervision, or guardianship. Presently, the family advocacy board is concerned with the following types of situations aboard the Naval Station. The following list may be interpreted as abusive or neglectful on behalf of caretakers or parents by the FAP board. 1. Not providing child restraint seats for children under 4 years of age. 2. Not requiring that children over 4 years sit in their seats and be buckled up while you are driving. Children hanging out of car windows, sitting on the driver's lap, standing up in the front or back seats, and being allowed to bump around unrestrained in open vehicles is unsafe, and could put your child's life in danger. 3. Leaving children under the age of 10 (pending a new housing regulation) unattended in the family quarters, especially when the parents work. What happens if a fire starts or the child gets into restricted medicines, or poisons, etc.? How will you say you are sorry? 4. Leavirg children unattended while you run into the exchange or commissary, FSD, housing, CCPO, the hospital, etc. In the heat of GTMO, a car can get up to 110 degrees in a matter of 10-15 minutes during the day. It can be potentially harmful to your child. If you have business to attend to, make your plans, and get someone to watch your child! THE NAVMEDCOME INSTRUCTION CLEARLY STATES THAT FAILURE TO PROVIDE A CHILD UITH ADEQUATE CARE, SUPERVISION, OR GUARDIANSHIP CAN BE CONSIDERED HARM BY THE FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM AND BOARD. IN EVERY SITUATION LISTED. THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR A CHILD TO BE SERIOUSLY HARMED. ENOUGH SITUATIONS OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT COULD POSSIBLY RESULT IN THE LOSS OF FAMILY HOUSING, TRANSFER TO CONUS, AND SOCIAL SERVICE INTERVENTION. EACH SITUATION WILL MOST CERTAINLY REQUIRE MY INTERVENTION AND INVESTIGATION, AS WELL AS COUNSELING OF THE PARENT OR CARETAKER. .TiINK ABOUT IT, IS IT WORTH IT? Civilian Personnel Job Opportuniti s 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 137-83 138-83 139-83 NAF-32-83 NAF-13-83-B POSITION AND GRADE Sheetmetal Mechanic, LWGI 3806-10 Shop Planner (Electrician), WD-2805-05 Rigger Worker, LWG-5210-08 1 Bartender Foreman, LWS/NS1 Cashier Checker, PS-2091-02/1 Sales Store Checker, LGS2091-03 140-83 Equipment Cleaner, LWG-700904 (Two Positions) The following positions are permanent regis 46-83 18-83 38-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-22-83 NAF-19-83 NAF-18-83 APPLICATIONS NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-18-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl) Firefighter (Structural), PS 081-03 Telephone Operator, LGS/GS382-02/3 Sales Atore Checker, GS/LGS2091-03 INT Custodial Worker, NA/LWG3566-01 Motor Vehicle Operator, NA/ LWG-5703-05 (PT) Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189 -01 Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189 -02 WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOW CLUB HOST, PS-085Clerk-Typist, bS/LGS-322-0 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-742 Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03I Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT Food Service Worker, NA/LWG CLOSING DATE COMMAND 15 April 1983 -SIMA 22 April 1983 PWD 18 April 1983 SIMA 15 April 1983 CPO Club 18 April 1983 Package Store 18 April 1983 SIMA sters: OPEN All Commands OPEN Fire Dept OPEN PWD OPEN Commissary OPEN UOPH OPEN S/S OPEN S/S OPEN S/S WING PERMANENT REGISTERS: INT CLUBS 3 All Commands 20-03 INT CLUBS INT CLUBS CLUBS G-7408-02 INT CLUBS 000

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The Daily Gazette 'Green jackets' top Masters third round (UPI)--The odds are great this year's winner of the Masters' Golf Tournament will be a former champion. No less than five players are within two-strokes of one another, and four of them have captured the title before. And that includes co-leaders Craig Stadler and Ray Floyd. Stadler, the defending champion, carded a three-under-par 69 to match Floyd's total of 210. Right on their heels is Seve Ballesteros with a 211 score. At 212 Tom Watson shares fourth place with Jodie Mudd, the only one in the group never to wear the Masters famed green jacket. But Mudd is a story unto himself. He's just 19years-old and was the leading amateur in last year's tournament. This is the first time he's attacked the course at Augusta, Georgia, as a professional. North Stars nip Leafs; St. Louis eliminated (AP)--In the NHL, Dino Ciccarelli's only shot of the game meant a victory in the first round of the playoffs for the Minnesota North Stars. The goal, eight minutes into overtime, gave the Stars a 5-4 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. In fact, four other NHL teams also clinched three-games-to-one first-round victories yesterday. Greg Meredith's second goal came a minute into overtime, and gave Calgary a 4-3 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Rookie Steve Larmer scored the series-winning goal midway through the third period as Chicago eliminated the St. Louis Blues 5-3. Mike Bossey had the hat trick as the New York Islanders won their opening series by beating the Washington Capitals, 6-3. And Luc DuFour's breakaway goal in the middle of the final period gave the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Quebec Nordiques. The rains that washed out Friday's round are gone, so the delayed tournament is set to wind up today, 24 hours behind schedule. It'll continue without Jack Niclaus and Sam Snead. Both players withdrew earlier. And it now appears Arnold Palmer is out of the hunt after a brilliant opening round 68. Palmer fell to a 76 yesterday and now stands at 218 for the event. Seattle stops Portland; Clinch playoff berth (UPI)--Gus Williams fired in 28 points and Jack Sikma added 25 as Seattle dropped Portland, 102-93. The victory clinches a playoff spot for the Supersonics. In other NBA games, Boston edged Detroit 115-113, Philadelphia dumped the New York Knicks 113-97, Golden State took San Diego 102-91, Cleveland shot down Indiana 110-105, Milwaukee bombed Chicago 121-91, and Phoenix beat Los Angeles 101-95. Three players were forced to leave the Phoenix-L.A. game, James Worthy, and Michael Cooper of L.A., and Johnny High of Phoenix. Worthy's injury appeared to be the most serious. He went to the hospital with a left knee injury from a collision with the Suns' Maurice Lucas. Baseball AMERICAN Baltimore Chicago Texas Oakland Milwaukee Minnesota New York 13 7 9 11 9 6 3 Cleveland Detroit Boston California Kansas City Seattle Toronto NATIONAL Cincinnati 7 Chicago Atlanta 4 San Diego Phila. 10 San Francisco Pittsburgh 10 Houston Los Angeles 3 Montreal 2 5 7 4 5 3 0 2 3 2 8 0 iLocal Sports Notes SU All personnel attached to the Tennis (UPI)--Ivan Lend1 of Czechoslovakia successfully defended his title at the $300,000 River Oaks International Tennis tournament yesterday. Lendl registered a straight-set triumph over unseeded Paul McNamee in the Houston event. The scores of the deciding match were 6-2, 6-0, and 6-3. Lendl is the first -player to successfully defend his title in the tourney since Rod Laver did it in 1961 and 1962. Martina Navratilova defeated Tracy Austin 5-7, 6-1, 6-0 in the Championship of the Family Circle Cup. Galley, Navy Exchange, Commissary, Port Services, and Supply interested in playing softball for NAVSTA Blue please contact Larry Blackman at 4234 or 4734 DWH. Rosters must be in by April 15. Special Services is now accepting rosters for the Intercommand swim meet which will be held April 23 at the Windjammer pool. Deadline for rosters is April 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (4) events per person. Special Services is now accepting rosters forIntercommand softball. Deadline for rosters will be'April 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (18) players per team. The season will start on or about May 2. Sign-ups for Navy Relief tourney Thursday Have you entered your team yet? The Third Annual Navy Relief Softball Tournament is gearing up, with play scheduled to begin April 21, 22, 23, and 24. This is a double elimination tourney, with rosters limited to 15 players; non-playing coach excluded. The entry fee is $65 per team (non-refundable), and roster deadline is April 14; no exceptions.no money, no play. Cash awards, based on 25 teams, will go to the top four teams. TROPHIES First Place (one team, 15 individuals. Second Place (one team) Third Place (one team Fourth Place (one team) AWARDS All-tournament team (ten awards) Tournament MVP Tournament home run leader Tournament leading average, based on four games or more Game MVP after each game (umpires/scorer decision) The officials will be from the GTMO Officials Association (no mat-standard ASA rules). PLAY STARTS 6:00 p.m. Thursday, April 21 6:00 p.m. Friday, April 22 (TENTATIVE) 1:00 p.m. Saturday, April 23 (TENTATIVE) 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 24 In the event of rain, the tournament will not be postponed, but will start earlier each day. Four types of balls will be used: Limited flight-harwood Green dot Blue dot Red dot These balls will be placed in a bag and will be randomly selected by plate umpire when original ball goes out of play. This will be a blind selection. There will be a ten-run rule after five innings, and a one-hour-five-minute time limit. Teams intentionally stalling will be penalized under the provisions decided upon at team meeting. Sign-up for the Navy Relief Softball tournament will be held next Thursday, April 14, at 4:30 p.m. at the Naval Hospital classroom, located behind the Emergency Room. All teams are required to bring entry fee and rosters. For additional information, contact HMCS Jim Burns, at 7207. Found Ring found at Chapman Beach. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWH to identify. Misc. Will trade 1968 MG-MGB convertible for a pickup truck in good to excellent condition. If interested call 2633 DWH or 2497 AWH. Services Need that bicycle repaired? Can fix or adjust most makes and models -regular, 3, 5, 10, 12, or 15 speeds. Pick up and delivery available. Call 3495AT for appointment. 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. Wanted Someone to install car radio in 1980 Honda CVCC. Please call 2611AWH. Late model small station wagon suitable for taking back to States. Call 3237AT. Good running, good looking 1975 or better car. Must be dependable for family use. Wanted as soon as possible. Call 2828AWH. Would like to purchase some casting resin for making paper weights, etc. If anyone has any to sell, please call 4614 DWH. A truck tire for a 16-inch rim in good condition. Call 3725 AWH. Seamstress to make clothes at reasonable price. Call Gina at 4209 DWH or 3755 AWNH. 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. 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 AWN. For Sale 1970 Barracuda. New paint, rebuilt slant six engine, automatic transmission, new headliner. I would like to trade for auto suited to Germany. The Barracuda is valued at about $1, 600. I will consider cash sale if necessary. Phone 4848AWH. Healthways diving regulator. $40. The CPI was rebuilt in 1982 by Matheny's of Jacksonville. Ask for Audrey at 4703AT. A set of 6 dining room chairs, $150 A two-piece section couch with recently new slip covers, $100. A dark green 9x12 shag rug, $75. Please call 4754AT. Safety Slogan Even good drivers can have crashes if they take chances. One queen size box springs & mattress with adjustable frame and new head board. Asking $200. 3223AT. 1978 Sony 17" portable color television set. Wood cabinet, remote control, extremely good picture. $200. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT. Canon SLR camera, 35 and 50mm lenses, flash attachment, extras. Excellent condition. $250. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT. New General Motors late model 12 volt alternator. $50. Call 4517DWH or 4807AT. Fisher portable stereo (PH430K) with cassette deck, AM/FM, five-way graphic equalizer and detachable speakers. Taking offers. Call Jay Nelson at 6437 DWH. 5,000 BTU a/c, 110 V., $75. Call DAILY ENE Water Use: 1,079, $6,771 Target: 1,000,1 $6,276 Use Tari One baby crib with mattress. Call 2945 AWH. Asking $40. Nikonos underwater camera, needs minor repair, $50. Call 4858 AWH. 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 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 AWN. 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. '64 Pontiac Catalina, four door, needs a little work. Call Burke at Fuel Farm ext. 4734 AT and leave a message. RGY USAGE 000 Gallons 000 Gallons Total : $33,505 get: $30,861 Use: Electricity 265,900 KWH $26,734 Target: 244,525 KWH $24,585 Water Condition charlie.lI IaSclassifieds 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. Page 4 Monday, April 11, 1983 w