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POLAND (AP)--Polish authorities detained at least three people, including the former national spokesman for "Solidarity," after demonstrations yesterday in Warsaw.
Police dispersed about 1,000 supporters of the outlawed union who were attending an unofficial ceremony marking the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
(UPI)--The rails along the MetroNorth commuter lines in New York are expected to be humming again in the morning, after an agreement by both sides to end a six week strike by 622 trainmen and conductors. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority yesterday voted to submit to binding arbitration. The union voted earlier for arbitration. About 90,000 commuters were affected by the strike.


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.

THE W. T. SAUPSON HIGH SCHOOL BANDS will present a Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 19th. The program will be held in the base chapel beginning at 7 p.m. Featured will be the Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced bands playing a varied line up of pieces from Handel to Lionel Richie. Admission is $1 for adultsand 50e for children. Allbase residents are cordially invited to attend.

ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE GUANTAAMO Bay Fraternity of Police: There will be a MANDATORY meeting to be held on Monday, April 18, at the Hook conference room. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. The future of the club will be determined at this meeting.

EFFECTIVE APRIL 18 THE OFFICE OF Personnel Management (OPM) in Washington, DC will accept applications for clerk, GS-2/3/4 and data transcriber, GS-2/3. For the Washington, DC area and overseas areas. Applicants must submit OPM form 5000AB which is available at NBCPO, Bldg 804. These forms must be completed and returned to OPM, Washington Area Office, SSR, P.O. Box 52, Washington, DC 20044 by May 13, 1983. Testing will be conducted in the Washington, DC area only and applicants will be notified 10 days prior to the test date. For additional help contact MaryEllen Kirkland, NBCPO, x4810.


(AP)--The Marines say an American member of the peacekeeping force in Lebanon was shot at by an unknown assailant last night, and he fired back. It's the first report of a U.S. Marine in the force returning fire. The incident is the latest in a series of about a dozen attacks against members of the multi-national force in the last four months.

PITTSBURGH (AP)--Prison officials in Pittsburgh say they're closer to a surrender agreement today with a pair of inmates who've been holding two-prison workers hostage since Thursday. A prison spokesman says the inmates reduced their list of demands yesterday before talks broke off. Specifics of those demands haven't been made public.


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 AMERICAN RED CRuSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies.

THE INFLATION FIGHTER FOR THE WEEK of APRIL 15 to APRIL 24 is:
"GRILLED HAM AND CHEESE"
ONLY 99�
Available at the Stop Light Inn, Villamar, Golf Canteen, Marblehead Snack Bar, and Kountry Kitchen.


Club Activities

THE HOSPITAL ENLISTED WIVES CLUB will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. in the hospital conference room. All hospital and dental clinic enlisted wives are invited to attend. For further information contact Linda at 3665 AWH.

NAVSTA OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING will take place at the Ward Room at 6 p.m. on the 20th. Our program will be given by Betsy Thulow on exercise. The menu will be: Cordon Bleu Chicken or Kabobs, Glazed Carrots; Salad, Coffee, Tea, Rolls. The cost of the meal is $5. Please have reservations in by the 18th. Call Joan White 2235 or Von Malboeuf 2768. If you can't make it please notify these ladies as you will forfeit the $5. Please come and enjoy a fun evening? All ladies new to GTMO and who have COMO privileges please come and join us.

AMATEUR RADIO CLUB MEETING: THE GTMO Amateur Radio Club will hold its monthly meeting Monday, April 18, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the "Ham Shack" located at the hobby center. For more information call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH.


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(AP)--There's a new warning from the Soviets that they may place medium-rauge nuclear missiles within striking distance of the United States, if NATO goes ahead with plans to put new weapons in Western Europe.
The warning came from a Soviet embassy official in a CBS interview yesterday. Victor Isakov wouldn't say where his country might put the missiles. But he called the move a "forced" decision, one that would result from a new U.S. capability to hit the Soviet Union with medium-range missiles.

(AP)--The head of the presidential panel that came up with the latest M-X missile-basing plan briefs a Senate panel on the plan today. Brent Scowcroft will be telling the Senate Armed Services Committee about the proposal to put 100 M-X missiles in used "Minuteman" silos in Nebraska and Wyoming. Congress has rejected more than 30 proposals for the M-X, and reaction to the latest idea has been cool.

(AP)--The Reagan administration is concerned about growing Cuban and Soviet influence in Central America. But Mexican officials see things a little differently, and an unusual delegation of top U.S. cabinet members is in Mexico to try to erase some of those differences. Secreatry of State George Shultz is making the visit along with Treasury Secretary Donald Regan and Commerce Secretary Malcom Baldrige. They plan two days of talks with Mexican officials.

(AP)--Authorities in South Korea say at least 25 are dead in a disco fire, and they fear the death toll could climb. About 70 were injured when the fire swept a club filled with teenagers in Southeast Korea. It's believed that the disco had only one exit, a five-foot-wide door.

(AP)--Witnesses in Beirut say a massive car bomb exploded outside the main entrance of the U.S. Embassy in the Lebanese capital today, causing casualties and setting sections of the building on fire. One eyewitness said at least one person was, "blown up into two halves." Several others were reported with severe burns. Ambulances were at the scene of the embassy. The face of the waterfront building was described as "charred and smoldering." It was not immediately known if Americans were among the casualties.





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(AP)--Wayne Gretzky said he'd been frustrated because he hadn't scored in the first two games of the Edmonton-Calgary NHL playoff series. He made up for that last night with four goals and three assists as the Oilers blasted the Flames 10-2 in Calgary.
Mike Ramsey scored with just under three minutes left to give Buffalo a 4-3 win over the Boston Bruins. The Sabres lead the series 2-1.
Eddie Johnstone scored twice as the New York Rangers beat the New York Islanders 7-6. The Rangers built a 7-2 lead in the first two periods, then held on as the Islanders scored four times in the final period. The Islanders are up in games 2-1.
The Minnesota North Stars downed the Chicago Black Hawks 5-1, cutting Chicago's lead to one game. Chicago leads the series 2-1.
The fourth game in each series is scheduled for tonight.


College basketball

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--A task force appointed by the University of San Francisco president who ended the Dons' basketball program after several scandals has recommended that USF return to NCAA divisionone play. The San Francisco "Examiner" said in a copyright story yesterday that the recommendation was given to the Rev. John Loschiavo, the school's president, on February 15th after a two-anda-half month study. Father Loschiavo told the newspaper that the recommendation is conditional and "there are some big ifs."


Baseball

(AP)--Nolan Ryan struck out seved as Houston beat the Montreal Expos 6-3. The 35-year-old Astros right-hander now has 3,501 career strikeouts. That's just seven short of Walter Johnson's major league record. It took Johnson 21 years to set his mark. Ryan has been in the league 16 years.

The next start for Ryan will
probably come against Philadelphia Friday. Ryan says if he had to pick a victim for a record-setting strikeout, it "would be nice" to fan Pete Rose, because Rose "always plays so hard."


NATIONAL LEAGUE
San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 12 San Diego 9 Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 7


AMERICAN
Texas
Oakland Milwaukee Chicago
California New York Baltimore


Cincinnati San Francisco Los Angeles Philadelphia Chicago


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USFL
(AP)--Herschel Walker has found his legs in the USFL. Walker ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns as the New Jersey Generals edged the Washington Federals 23-22. Walker and Philadelphia's Kelvin Bryant are tied for the league's rushing lead with seven-game totals of 713 yards.
John Williams ran for 133 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown sprint, to lead the Michigan ?anthers past the Chicago Blitz 17-12.

Brian Speelman's 50-yard field goal with six seconds left gave the Denver Gold a 9-7 win over the Birmingham Stallions.
Halfback Richard Crump scored
three TD's and Tim Mazzetti kicked three field goals as the Boston Federals pounded the Arizona Wranglers 44-23.
In tonight's game, the Tampa Bay Bandits entertain the Los Angeles Express.


NBA
(AP)--For the second straight year the Denver Nuggets have earned an NBA playoff berth on the last weekend of the season. Dan Issel and Alex English each scored 31 points as the Nuggets beat the Kansas City Kings 125-116 before a sellout crowd at McNichols Arena.
The Nuggets open the playoffs tomorrow at Phoenix against the team that eliminated them in the first round last year, the Suns.
In the other best-of-three first-round matchups, Atlanta plays at Boston, and on Wednesday, New York is at New Jersey and Portland visits Seattle.


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Couch, in good condition, lots of storage space, $75; 11,500 BTU Whirlpool a/c, 19 months old, excellent condition. Just right to keep your bedroom cool in the coming summer months, $200. Call 3378 AT.

Super 8 sound movie camera and projector models 30 RXL and SP330, five months old, used only five times, in excellent condition. Asking $250. Call 2966 AT.

Sealy Posturepedic Premier foam queen size mattress. Zenith console 25" diagonal solid-state Chromacolor II. Both items in excellent condition. Call 2126 AWH.

A two-man rubber boat with oars and 50 ft. of line. Can be seen at 1211 A Center Bargo AWH. Serious inquiries only. Price negotiable. Phone 2307 AWH.


7,500 BTU a/ ea. or both voltage regt Ford, $30. 3783 AWE or


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Tennis
(AP)--There was no comparable drama at Hilton Head in South Carolina yesterday as Ivan Lendl and Guillermo Vilas played for a $125,000 first prize. Lendl won the WCT spring finals in a regulation 6-2, 6-1, 6-0 in just 94 minutes, despite Vilas' reputation as a fine clay court player. Lendl, the world's topranked player, says he's tuning up for the French Open this summer.

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.


Special Services is now offering golf lessions given by Moose Claxton. Classes Will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., beginning April 19 and running thru May 11. For more information, call Kathy at 2560.

The high school racquetball team challenges all commands or individuals to a match or series of matches at your convenience. For more information call 3100 DWH.

The high school team is compiling a current list of female racquetball sports enthusiasts. No experience necessary. Signup and meet other women enjoying this sport. Call 3100 DWH to give your name and contact numbers.


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'63 Cadillac for sale, best offer. Car can be seen at Ferry Landing. Call 4651 AT and leave a message for Charles Robinson.

Fender guitar and amplifier. Guitar is a new 1962 stratocaster re-issue of the guitar that made this model famous. All original except new switch (5 position) which puts pickups out of phase, excellent condition. Vibrato arm does not put this guitar out of tune. Amplifler is 20 watts w/12" speaker vibrato, reverb, two channels, and is also a Fender product. $750 takes 'em both. Call Gary Staib at 4324 DWH Monday - Friday or at Gold Hill UEPH "A" complex, room EG07 (in the "Dungeon") after work.

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TUE DAILY s Cuba CATTZETEMGuantanamo Monday, April 18, 1983 POLAND (AP)--Polish authorities detained at least three people, including the former national spokesman for "Solidarity," after demonstrations yesterday in Warsaw. Police dispersed about 1,000 supporters of the outlawed union who were attending an unofficial ceremony marking the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. (UPI)--The rails along the MetroNorth commuter lines in New York are expected to be humming again in the morning, after an agreement by both sides to end a six week strike by 622 trainmen and conductors. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority yesterday voted to submit to binding arbitration. The union voted earlier for arbitration. About 90,000 commuters were affected by the strike. bullet Special Ann 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. THE W. T. SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL BANDS will present a Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 19th. The program will be held in the base chapel beginning at 7 p.m. Featured will be the Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced bands playing a varied line up of pieces from Handel to Lionel Richie. Admission is $1 for adultsand 50o for children. All.base residents are cordially invited to &attend. ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE GUANTAA!O Bay Fraternity of Police: There will be a MANDATORY meeting to be held on Monday, April 18, at the Hook conference room. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. The future of the club will be determined at this meeting. EFFECTIVE APRIL 18 THE OFFICE OF Personnel Management (OPM) in Washington, DC will accept applications for clerk, GS-2/3/4 and data transcriber, GS-2/3. For the Washington, DC area and overseas areas. Applicants must submit OPM form 5000AB which is available at NBCPO, Bldg 804. These forms must be completed and returned to OPM, Washington Area Office, SSR, P.O. Box 52, Washington, DC 20044 by May 13, 1983. Testing will be conducted in the Washington, DC area only and applicants will be notified 10 days prior to the test date. For additional help contact MaryEllen Kirkland, NBCPO, x4810. (AP)--The Marines say an American member of the peacekeeping force in Lebanon was shot at by an unknown assailant last night, and he fired back. It's the first report of a U.S. Marine in the force returning fire. The incident is the latest in a series of about a dozen attacks against members of the multi-national force in the last four months. PITTSBURGH (AP)--Prison officials in Pittsburgh say they're closer to a surrender agreement today with a pair of inmates who've been holding two prison workers hostage since Thursday. A prison spokesman says the inmates reduced their list of demands yesterday before talks broke off. Specifics of those demands haven't been made public. i board ouncements 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 AMERICAN RED CRoSS MAKES interest-free loans tor emergencies. THE INFLATION FIGHTER FOR THE WEEK of APRIL 15 to APRIL 24 is: "GRILLED HAM AND CHEESE" 4 ONLY 990 Available at the Stop Light Inn, Villamar, Golf Canteen, Marblehead Snack Bar, and Kountry Kitchen. (Club ;Activtities THE HOSPITAL ENLISTED WIVES CLUB will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. in the hospital conference room. All hospital and dental clinic enlisted wives are invited to attend. For further information contact Linda at 3665 AWH. NAVSTA OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING will take place at the Ward Room at 6 p.m. on the 20th. Our program will be given by Betsy Thulow on exercise. The menu will be: Cordon Bleu Chicken or Kabobs, Glazed Carrots, Salad, Coffee, Tea, Rolls. The cost of the meal is $5. Please have reservations in by the 18th. Call Joan White 2235 or Von Malboeuf 2768. If you can't make it please notify these ladies as you will forfeit the $5. Please come and enjoy a fun evening? All ladies new to GTMO and who have COMO privileges please come and join us. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB MEETING: THE GTMO Amateur Radio Club will hold its monthly meeting Monday, April 18, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the "Ham Shack" located at the hobby center. For more information call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH. (AP)--There's a new warning from the Soviets that they may place medium-range nuclear missiles within striking distance of the United States, if NATO goes ahead with plans to put new weapons in Western Europe. The warning came from a Soviet embassy official in a CBS interview yesterday. Victor Isakov wouldn't say where his country might put the missiles. But he called the move a "forced" decision, one that would result from a new U.S. capability to hit the Soviet Union with medium-range missiles. (AP)--The head of the presidential panel that came up with the latest M-X missile-basing plan briefs a Senate panel on the plan today. Brent Scowcroft will be telling the Senate Armed Services Committee about the proposal to put 100 M-X missiles in used "Minuteman" silos in Nebraska and Wyoming. Congress has rejected more than 30 proposals for the M-X, and reaction to the latest idea has been cool. (AP)--The Reagan administration is concerned about growing Cuban and Soviet influence in Central America. But Mexican officials see things a little differently, and an unusual delegation of top U.S. cabinet members is in Mexico to try to erase some of those differences. Secreatry of State George Shultz is making the visit along with Treasury Secretary Donald Regan and Commerce Secretary Malcom Baldrige. They plan two days of talks with Mexican officials. (AP)--Authorities in South Korea say at least 25 are dead in a disco fire, and they fear the death toll could climb. About 70 were injured when the fire swept a club filled with teenagers in Southeast Korea. It's believed that the disco had only one exit, a five-foot-wide door. (AP)--Witnesses in Beirut say a massive car bomb exploded outside the main entrance of the U.S. Embassy in the Lebanese capital today, causing casualties and setting sections of the building on fire. One eyewitness said at least one person was, "blown up into two halves." Several others were reported with severe burns. Ambulances were at the scene of the embassy. The face of the waterfront building was described as "charred and smoldering." It was not immediately known if Americans were among the casualties. Navy Relief Help us help We have a solution

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Monday, April 18, 1982 Stanley UF Cup i~ USFL Results (AP)--Wayne Gretzky said he'd been frustrated because he hadn't scored in the first two games of the Edmonton-Calgary NHL playoff series. He made up for that last night with four goals and three assists as the Oilers blasted the Flames 10-2 in Calgary. Mike Ramsey scored with just under three minutes left to give Buffalo a 4-3 win over the Boston Bruins. The Sabres lead the series 2-1. Eddie Johnstone scored twice as the New York Rangers beat the New York Islanders 7-6. The Rangers built a 7-2 lead in the first two periods, then held on as the Islanders scored four times in the final period. The Islanders are up in games 2-1. The Minnesota North Stars downed the Chicago Black Hawks 5-1, cutting Chicago's lead to one game. Chicago leads the series 2-1. The fourth game in each series is scheduled for tonight. College basketball SAN FRANCISCO (AP)--A task force appointed by the University of San Francisco president who ended the Dons' basketball program after several scandals has recommended that USF return to NCAA divisionone play. The San Francisco "Examiner" said in a copyright story yesterday that the recommendation was given to the Rev. John Loschiavo, the school's president, on February 15th after a two-anda-half month study. Father Loschiavo told the newspaper that the recommendation is conditional and "there are some big ifs." Baseball (AP)--Nolan Ryan struck out seven as Houston beat the Montreal Expos 6-3. The 35-year-old Astros right-hander now has 3,501 career strikeouts. That's just seven short of Walter Johnson's major league record. It took Johnson 21 years to set his mark. Ryan has been in the league 16 years. The next start for Ryan will probably come against Philadelphia Friday. Ryan says if he had to pick a victim for a record-setting strikeout, it "would be nice" to fan Pete Rose, because Rose "always plays so hard." NATIONAL LEAGUE San Francisco 3 Cincinnati 12 San Diego 9 Atlanta 3 Pittsburgh 7 AMERICAN Texas Oakland Milwaukee Chicago California New York Baltimore 1 7 6 6 11 7 6 Cincinnati San Francisco Los Angeles Philadelphia Chicago Boston Seattle Kansas City Detroit Minnesota Toronto Cleveland 0 3 1 1 0 0 4 3 1 8 5 1 The Daily Gazette (AP)--Herschel Walker has found his legs in the USFL. Walker ran for 142 yards and two touchdowns as the New Jersey Generals edged the Washington Federals 23-22. Walker and Philadelphia's Kelvin Bryant are tied for the league's rushing lead with seven-game totals of 713 yards. John Williams ran for 133 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown sprint, to lead the Michigan ?anthers past the Chicago Blitz 17-12. Brian Speelman's 50-yard field goal with six seconds left gave the Denver Gold a 9-7 win over the Birmingham Stallions. Halfback Richard Crump scored three TD's and Tim Mazzetti kicked three field goals as the Boston Federals pounded the Arizona Wranglers 44-23. In tonight's game, the Tampa Bay Bandits entertain the Los Angeles Express. NBA (AP)--For the second straight year the Denver Nuggets have earned an NBA playoff berth on the last weekend of the season. Dan Issel and Alex English each scored 31 points as the Nuggets beat the Kansas City Kings 125-116 before a sellout crowd at McNichols Arena. The Nuggets open the playoffs tomorrow at Phoenix against the team that eliminated them in the first round last year, the Suns. In the other best-of-three first-round matchups, Atlanta plays at Boston, and on Wednesday, New York is at '.ew Jersey and Portland visits Seattle. classif' For Sale Couch, in good condition, lots of storage space, $75; 11,500 BTU Whirlpool a/c, 19 months old, excellent condition. Just right to keep your bedroom cool in the coming summer months, $200. Call 3378 AT. Super 8 sound movie camera and projector models 30 RXL and SP330, five months old, used only five times, in excellent condition. Asking $250. Call 2966 AT. Sealy Posturepedic Premier foam queen size mattress. Zenith console 25" diagonal solid-state Chromacolor II. Both items in excellent condition. Cal] 2126 AWH. A two-man rubber boat with oars and 50 ft. of line. Can be seen at 1211 A Center Bargo AWH. Serious inquiries only. Price negotiable. Phone 2307 AWH. ieds '63 Cadillac for sale, best offer. Car can be seen at Ferry Landing. Call 4651 AT and leave a message for Charles Robinson. Fender guitar and amplifier. Guitar is a new 1962 stratocaster re-issue of the guitar that made this model famous. All original except new switch (5 position) which puts pickups out of phase, excellent condition. Vibrato arm does not put this guitar out of tune. Amplifier is 20 watts w/12" speaker vibrato, reverb, two channels, and is also a Fender product. $750 takes 'em both. Call Gary Staib at 4324 DWH Monday -Friday or at Gold Hill UEPH "A" complex, room EGO7 (in the "Dungeon") after work. M isc. SISK, our tanks were switched at the dive shack. Call CKh: at 4601 AT. I ()St 7,500 BTU a/c; 7,000 BTU a/c. $80 Anyone finding a baseball glove at ea. or both for $150. One new Brandon Field on April 2nd after voltage regulator for six cylinder the game please call 4239 AT. My Ford, $30. Push mower, $25. Call allowance is not enough to buy 3783 AWH or 2212 DWH. another. DAiL ENERGY usAGE Total Water Condition Use: $30,903 l 1Clf 111 Target: $30,861 1 Page 2 Tennis (AP)--There was no comparable drama at Hilton Head in South Carolina yesterday as Ivan Lendl and Guillermo Vilas played for a $125,000 first prize. Lendl won the WCT spring finals in a regulation 6-2, 6-1, 6-0 in just 94 minutes, despite Vilas' reputation as a fine clay court player. Lendl, the world's topranked player, says he's tuning up for the French Open this summer. 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. Special Services is now offering golf lessions given by Moose Claxton. Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., beginning April 19 and running thru May 11. For more information, call Kathy at 2560. The high school racquetball team challenges all commands or individuals to a match or series of matches at your convenience. For more information call 3100 DWH. The high school team is compiling a current list of female racquetball sports enthusiasts. No experience necessary. Signup and meet other women enjoying this sport. Call 3100 DWH to give your name and contact numbers.