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GAZETTE


GuantanamO Bay, Cuba



[Volume 38 Number 72 DOD Month of the Military Child Tuesday, April 19, 1983)





Death toll rises in U.S. Embassy bombing


BEIRUT (AP)--Rescue workers carried
on through the night at the U.S.
Embassy in Beirut in search of victims trapped by yesterday's huge bomb blast. And they found
* o more bodies this morning, inging the known death toll
to 31, with more than 100 injured.
By dawn, a new U.S. flag was
unfurled on a makeshift pole amid
the embassy devastation.
The State Department says at
least six Americans, two soldiers
and four diplomats, died in the blast. Two other Americans are still missing. And a Lebanese
police official says 22 Americans
are among the more than 100
wounded.
A little-known extremist group,
the Islamic Struggle Organization,
claimed responsibility for the
blast that blew the front off the
eight-story embassy.
Beirut's Christian Phalangist
radio said the attack was a suicide mission by a man who
drove into the embassy compound in a pickup truck carrying more


than 300 pounds of explosives. A pro-Iranian group also claims it's responsible, but Iran suggests that Palestinians arranged the bombing. The PLO representative in Tehran is quoted by Iran as saying he heard the news of the incident "with gladness" and hopes more attacks take place.

President Reagan condemned the attack as 'vicious and cowardly," but insisted that the United States


would not be deterred in its efforts to bring about a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement.

France and Italy, the two countties that, along with the U.S., provide peace-keeping troops in Lebanon, have joined in condemning the terrorist bombing.
France's own embassy in Beirut was bombed 11 months ago, and its ambassador to Lebanon was assassinated in 1981.


Volunteers are being sought by 1340 Radio to answer phones and
WANTED pull records during the Navy Relief Radiothon
Radiothon.
The 1983 Radiothon will feature 100 continuous hours of live enterS tainment beginning at 6 a.m., Monday, April 25 and running until
midnight, Friday, April 29. volunteers For further information, contact J02 Rex Kramer at 2351 before 12 noon, or call 2300 after 12 and leave message.


Starts April 30


El - E9to be graded on 4.0 scale
WASHINGTON (NES)--The term "4.0" The form also will make it easier blocks when they are in a leaderwill once again mean "outstanding" to do concurrent evaluations for ship position.
,< all Navy enlisted evaluations those people on TAD and co evaluate Chiefs will be marked in aLl cate'en a redesigned enlisted evalu- reserves on active duty training. gories of the evaluation.
ation form is released April 30. Also, when recommending someone Also, people who have been frocked


The new form will replace the
present three-form evaluation system and should reduce administrative problems and the inflationary trend of evaluation senior enlisteds.
The new form places all enlisted people under a single grading system -- the traditional 4.0 scale -and evaluates them in military knowledge/performance, rating knowledge/performance, initiative, reliabjitiy, military bearing, per-sonal behavior, human relations (including equal opportunity), speaking ability, writing ability, directing and counseling.
Marks in management are icluded at the E7 through E9 level.


for advancement, three choices will be available: recommended, not recommended, or progress toward. This will allow a reporting senior to indicate more training or experience is needed before recommending or not recommending.
The one-page form (front and back) limits the evaluation comments to the space provided on the form.
This should eliminate the long
write-ups selection boards have had to wade through to find specific justifications for marks.
It should also reduce non-specific comments which appear on many evaluations.
Junior enlisteds will be marked in the directing and counseling


will be evaluated as though they were serving in their "frocked" paygrade as officers are now evaluated.
The new form eliminates the assignment recommendation blocks, and the rights acknowledgement statement is now printed on the evaluation.
The concept behind the new singleform system is simplification. Wherever possible, the form will parallel the officer fitness report.
The system will help streamline the administrative procedure and help the selection boards get an accurate picture of a sailor's performance in the minimum amount of time and space.


World


News Digest

POLAND (AP)--Polish authorities have ordered Lech Walesa to another round of interrogation today. Walesa was intercepted by police yesterday when he tried to travel to Warsaw. He was held for nearly nine hours.

THAILAND (UPI)--Military officials in Thailand are concerned that fighting-between Vietnamese troops and Cambodian rebels will spill over into Thailand. The two factions were reportedly trading artillery and mortar fire today in fighting near the Thai-Cambodian border. Thai troops are being rushed to the area to help protect more than 100,000 people in the expected path of the Vietnamese.

JAPAN (UPI)--One military transport plane has crashed in heavy fog, and another is missing in central Japan. Both aircraft were flying in formation with four others on a training flight. Eight bodies were recovered from one of the planes, which was found on a small island. The missing plane had six people on board.
WASHINGTON (UPI)--Frank Sinatra had some unkind words for the news media Monday evening, during a performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, attended by President Reagan and Mrs. Reagan. Also in the audience was a group of Congressional leaders and their wives. Referring to reporters, Sinatra said, "How can we live without those idiots? One day they're all going to break their typewriters or sew up their mouths."

WASHINGTON (AP)--Aides to President Reagan say he agrees with a presidential commission's recommendation to store M-X missiles in improved existing silos. Reagan is to make a public announcement decision in the White House today. Reagan's commission recommends building 100 intercontinental missiles with 10 warheads apiece, and hiding them in hardened minuteman silos in the West.


4th of July meeting

The organizational meeting of the 4th of July Committee will be held Thursday, April 21, at 1:30 p.m. in the Marine Barracks Conference room. This year's 4th of July theme will be "An Old Fashioned Fourth, the Family Reunion."


Fire safety tip


Where there's smoke, there
should be smoke alarms - and
heat alarms too. A good smoke/ heat home fire detection system will give your family the
early warning needed to escape in case of fire.



LEARN NOT TO BURN


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






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CARIBBEAN ELECTRONICS HAS NEEDLES AND CARTRIDGES FOR THOSE HARD-TOFIND STEREOS AND PHONOGRAPHS.

THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE PROUDLY presents their Mother's Day gift to you: A 15% discount on any 14kt Clark & Clark charms, earrings, necklaces and chains. This sale begins Friday, April 15, and ends Wednesday, April 20. A layaway plan is available.

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

ATTENTION MASONS: ON WEDNESDAY, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. the Caribbean Naval Lodge AF/AM will conduct business in the third degree. All Masons are urged to attend.

MOTHER'S DAY FLOWERS
wifor the mother or
wife you love. Beta
Sigma Phi, Beta Chapter is offering long
stemmed roses or
-small boquets for
Mother's Day. Orders can be placed with our representative on Saturday or Sunday in front of the commissary or exchange from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The roses will be available at a cost of $15 per dozen and the small bouquets are $3.50 each. Supplies will be limited so place your order and make your payments early. Payment with the order is required. Delivery will be on the weekend of Mother's Day. For more information call 7239 or on Leeward call 6418 AWH. Don't let this golden opportunity to express your love,.go by, place your order early. The final day for accepting payment and orders is April 21st.

LOCATING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL - IT IS imperative that all hazardous material be located and identified. All shops, divisions are asked to inspect their area and advise the Safety Office, in writing, NLT April 29 of the name, stock number, amount and location of such material. For this purpose hazardous material is any material or mixture of materials which are (1) toxic;
(2) corrosive; (3) an irritant;
(4) a strong sensitizer; (5) flammable (other than fuel); or which (6) generates pressure through decomposition, heat or other means, if such substance or mixture of substances may cause substantial personal injury or substantail illness during or as a direct result of any customary or reasonable anticipated handling or use.






GAZETTE j


CaptainMaurice 0. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base

Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard.............
............Public Affairs Officer
Ens. Christy McCollom ..............
........ Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed......................
...'Public Affairs Staff Supervis.r J02 Lee Holloway...................
External Communications Coordinator J03 Michael Page............. Editor
MIrs. Susan Junkins ............... ..
...............Production Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules pod regulations for ship snd station newspapers aa 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 tht appear herein are not to be construe as official or as reflecting the views of CONNAVEASE or the Gepartnent of the Nv.


The Daily Gazette



Special Announcements


P.T.O. - PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND interested adults...The W.T. Sampson Schools Parent-Teachers Organization will conduct an election for new Executive Committee Members at the Elementary School Classroom B-l, on May 5, at 7:30 p.m. The past P.T.O. functions and future business will be discussed following a successful voluntary election. Individuals interested in becoming either President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer need not be present but be represented by a nomination. Unfortunately, the organization will be discontinued if a new committee is not elected. Come on out and see what the P.T.O. can mean to W.T. Sampson Schools. Thank you, "The Executive Committee."


COME TO TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH of Guantanamo Bay and hear evangelist Don Mallory, missionary to Haiti, bring revival messages nightly at 7:30 p.m. April 17-22 at the elementary school amphitheater. Nursery provided. Call 3237 for more information.


THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL BE CONDUCTing fire safety inspections of the Nob Hill and Oil Point Housing Areas from April 25-29. If occupants have a special time they wish their quarters inspected, an appointment may be made by calling the Fire Department at 4222 or 4165.

THE VILLAMAR SWIMMING POOL HAS BEEN closed indefinitely due to mechanical problems.

THE NAVY EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES WOMEN'S poly/cotton uniform white slacks in nine sizes are currently on back order, with a release date of June 83. You exchange is taking all possible expediting action to have them for you as soon as possible.


THE RED CROSS WILL BE HAVING A luncheon on April 25 at the home of Mrs. Marylen Fitzgerald, 1101 Deer Point. The luncheon is for the induction of new board members and all volunteers or anyone interested in becoming a volunteer is invited.


Educational Notes


THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED this Thursday, April 21, while Mrs. Valek attends necessary training and Ms. Reynolds is moving in her household goods. We regret any inconvenience this closure may cause our clients.











GRE ADVANCED TESTS HAVE BEEN REceived for the following people for the 7:30 a.m. test session on Monday, April 25: Beth ADKINS, Music; Jack BEYRAU, Chemistry; James DRINKWATER, Chemistry and GRE General; Pat GOULD, GRE General; Elwood ISABELLE, History; Eric JOHNSON, History; Lawrence LINDSAY, History; Paul PEPPERSACK, History; Donald SCARBOROUGH, Sociology; W. E. STEWART, Political Science; Charlie STENE, Sociology; Charles WILLIAMSON, Psychology; Steven WILT, Computer Science. GRE Study Guides and information booklets have been received and must be picked up ASAP between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Navy Campus Office. Anyone on the preceding list who will not be able to take his test on April 25 must call Navy Campus at once: Ext. 4769. Anyone else desiring to take one of the above listed tests on April 25 may call and ask to be put on the stand-by list.


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.

LOS ANGELES METROPOLITAN COLLEGE will be holding registration this term for ONE (1) WEEK ONLY beginning May 16th through May 20th. The following courses are being offered: Orientation to Hospitals, Elements of Supervision, Principles of Selling, Organization and Management Theory, Business English, American Social Problems, EI II, Water Safety Instruction and Payroll Accounting.

FREE, REFRESHER CLASSES: THE NAVY Campus Function Skills Class Coordinator is available for counseling for active duty personnel interested in taking free, refresher courses in math, English and reading. For more information or appointment, call Debbie Stephens at 4307 on Thursday or Friday mornings or 2175 at other times.


Tuesday, April 19, 1983


BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! Join us for NAVY RELIEF Bonanza Bingo at the FRA Club every Tuesday and Thursday during the month of April. We'll start with the early bird games at 6:30 p.m. We'll have nine regular games and a jackpot game. Come out and support your NAVY RELIEF Fund Drive!

NAVY RELIEF SKATING PARTY: PWD IS sponsoring a skating party on April 24 from 2-5 p.m. at McCalla Hangar. The entry fee will be $0.50. Skate rentals will be at Special Services Issue Desk. Music will be provided by Ernie and soft drinks will be sold for $0.35. Come on out and have a good time and support Navy Relief.

MYTH: If a wife comes to Navy Relief, it hurts her husband's career.

FACT: Cases are confidential at Navy Relief. If the sponsor is in the area, he is expected to make application at Navy Relief. If the dependent makes application, the servicemember's permission is sought before funds are advanced-except, of course, in emergencies which can't await a relpy.

NOTICE TO FAMILY HOUSING OCCUPANTS: A new refuse-collection contract has just been awarded and to ensure all refuse is picked up and disposed of properly, occupants are to:
(a) Use dumpsters for regular bagable household trash only.
(b) Place all trash inside the dumpster.
(c) Flatten all boxes left by the movers during pack-in/pack-out and place inside the dumpster or hold and treat as bulk pick-up. Curbside pick-up of bulk trash (discarded furniture, bicycles, hedge and tree trimmings, car parts, leaf bags, etc.) is scheduled each Wednesday on Windward side and each Thursday on Leeward side. Residents are requested to keep items of this type neatly stored in their backyards until the evening before the scheduled pick-up. At that time, bulk trash (bagged or tied in bundles if possible) is to be placed on the curb by each quarters for pick-up the following day. It is not to be placed outside the dumpsters.

Blue Caribe


" tea a whlWiW hiw.

Tuesday, April 19
"STEAK SPECIAL"
10 oz. Delmonico Steak
Choice of Potato
Vegetable Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$7.45

Thursday, April 21
"STUFFED SHRIMP"
Stuffed Shrimp
French Fries
Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$5.75

Friday, April 22
"SEAFOOD PLATTER"
Oysters, Shrimp
Clams, Fish
Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$5.50


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.


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From the Police Blotter


AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN SECOND CLASS HENRY L. MAYS, ASSIGNED TO NAS Weapons Department, receives a Letter of Commendation from Capt.
M. D. Fitzgerald, Commanding Officer, NAS, during ceremonies held
* March 25. Petty Officer Mays was cited for superior performance
while performing two billet assignments while assigned to the
Weapons Department. Petty Officer Mays recently received a grade
of "excellence" from the Department of Defense Explosives Safety
Inspection team for outstanding maintenance of NAS' weapons
ammunition magazines. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


Rickets Many suffer without knowing it


BOSTON (UPI)--For centuries, rickets was the most common nutritional disease among children.
Produced by a lack of Vitamin D, the so-called "sunshine vitamin," rickets has now been reduced to the status of a medical rarity among kids in developed countries.
Ironically, the bone disease is now largely a problem for adults, particularly among those whose body machinery for manufacturing the vitamin with the help of sunlight has failed. That happens to a lot of older people, and makes them especi-


ally susceptible to painful fractures.
Racial characteristics, too, affect your ability to make Vitamin D. Dr. Michael Holick of Boston, says dark-skinned people need as much as 10 times more sunlight to manufacture the vitamin naturally as do those with light skin coloring. Thus, rickets can become a problem for those of darker races who live in northern climates. Doctors say tens of thousands of adult Americans suffer from rickets, many without even knowing it.


Navy Exchange Job Availabilities

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


CLOSING DATE LOCATION


,AhSITION & GRt-.JE

Food Service Worker INT
NA-2/$3.80 or LWG-2/$2.18

Sales Clerk Reg. PT
PS-2/$3.84 or LGS-3/$2.93

General Clerk Reg.PT
AS-3/$4.21

Preventive Maintenance Mechanic
Reg. FT
NA-8/$5.68 or LWG-10/$4.52

Sales Clerk INTERMITTENT
2 needed


OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN


Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Parlor Retail Store Retail Store(Office) NEX Garage Sound Scene


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




4-3083


POSITION AND GRADE


File Clerk, GS/LGS-305-04/5 Cook, LWG-7404-08 (FT)


CLOSING DATE


25 April 1983 25 April 1983


COMMAND


SIMA CPO Club


The following positions are permanent registers;


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Significant police activity for

the week of


d NOTE: IN ADDITION TO ACTIONS'NOTED, CASES HAVE

DIVISION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS 'AS APPROPRIATE
WINDWARD

Monday, April 4
* Theft - Call received reporting stolen gas from a GOV at ITT. Police found the gas cap off the vehicle and a rubber hose under the vehicle.
--Under investigation.
* Suspected Possession of a Controlled Substance - Police on patrol noticed three men in the area of the Hook. As police approached them, one man threw an object to the ground. The object appeared to be a homemade pipe.
--Individual, a Navy E-2, apprehended and subsequently turned over to
his command pending disciplinary action. Tuesday, April 5 - No significant activity.
Wednesday, April 6
* Theft - Call received from a civilian reporting the theft of her moped from the UOPH. The moped had been unsecured.
-Statements taken.
* Theft - Call received from a Navy E-5 reporting the theft of a government mosquito light trap from Nob Hill.
--Statements taken.
* Vandalism - Police on patrol noticed a crowd around a base bus located in the area near the POV inbound/outbound lot. Upon investigation the police officer was approached by a Navy CW02 who stated that personnel in the crowd were responsible for vandalizing the bus. A Navy E-3 was positively identified by the CW02 as well as by a Navy E-4 and a Navy E-5 as one of the several people involved. Positive identification could not be made on others involved. Inspection of the bus revealed that 14 windows had been broken.
--Statements taken. Navy E-3 apprehended and turned over to his
command pending disciplinary action and reimbursement of the $1062.00
cost to repair the bus.
Thursday, April 7
* Assault on Base Police/Disrespect to a Petty Officer/Provoking Gestures, Disobeying a Lawful Order - Police officer on patrol at Tryzra Village approached by manager who requested that the police officer close the bar. Police officer therefore informed patrons and requested that they leave. The patrons did not comply and one person became belligei:ent and assaultive to the police officer and was placed under apprehension. Back up police arrived to assist in the closing of the bar.
--The apprehended person, a Navy E-4, subsequently turned over to his
command pending disciplinary action. Friday, April-8
* Possible Vandalism - Call received from a Navy E-6 reporting that a window in his home in TK had been broken. Cause unknown.
--Statements taken.

Saturday, April 9
* Suspected Vandalism - Police on patrol found a motorcycle on Kittery Beach road at 12:30 a.m. Patrol impounded the motorcycle and transported it to Base Police. The following morning a Marine E-3 reported to Base Police for his motorcycle. The Marine reported that his bike had been damaged. Preliminary investigation revealed the bike had been vandalized on Kittery Beach road after the Marine had left the bike.
--Statements taken.
* Racial Slurs - Call received from shore patrol at the Windiammer reporting a person, a Navy enlisted man, making racial slurs in the club.
--Police arrived and placed the person under military apprehension.
Later, individual turned over to his command pending disciplinary
action.
* Drunk and Disorderly/Disrespect to a Police Officer - Shore Patrol notified police of a man trying to enter the club with a bottle of liquor. When the man entered, the manager poured the liquor out. The individual became angry and belligerent.
--Police apprehended the person, a Navy enlisted man.
* Theft - Police on patrol approached by a Navy enlisted man who stated that his gym bag was stolen from the bowling alley bathroom.
--Statements taken.
Sunday, April 10
* Unauthorized Cliff Diving - Shore Patrol posted at Phillips Park observed two Navy enlisted men dive from a cliff area. Base police issued the men liberty cancellations and trarsported them to police headquarters. At headquarters one individual became abusive and disrespectful to police officers and was placed under apprehension. While detained in a cell the individual removed his clothing and was charged with indecent exposure.
--Personnel subsequently turned over to their commands pending
disciplinary action.


Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl)
Firefighter (Structural), PS081-03
Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/3
Sales Store Checker, LGS/GS2091-03 INT Custodial Worker, LWG/NA3566-01 (FT & PT) Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA 5703-05 INT Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189-ol Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-02


OPEN OPEN

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN


All Commands


LEEWARD


Fire Dept Friday, April 1
* Theft - A private vehicle was stolen from the Leeward Clipper Club and PWD later involved in an accident. There were no injuries reported. The
keys had been left in the ignition. Commissary --Photos and statements taken.


UOPH

S/S

s/s


APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS:


CLUB HOST, Ps-o85-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/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


CLUBS
All Commands CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS


Thursday, April 7
* Unauthorized Area/Disobeying a Written Order - Call received from Leeward Marine Barracks OIC reporting that he was detaining an individual, a Navy E-2, for being in a controlled area.
--Police apprehended the individual and subsequently turned him over to
his command pending disciplinary action.


NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK APRIL 18-24


Tuesday, April 19, 1983


46-83 18-83 38-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-22-83 NAF-19-83
NAF-18-83


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












(AP)--The Stanley Cup playoffs continued last night in the National Hockey League, and all eight teams are still alive, but two of them are hanging by a thread.

The Calgary Flames scored a 6-5 victory over Edmonton and avoided elimination in their best-of-seven Smythe Division final. But even with the victory, the Oilers still lead the series 3-1. Game five moves back to Edmonton tonight.
At Bloomington, Minnesota,
Chicago increased its lead in the Norris Division showdown by defeating the North Stars 4-3 in overtime. The Hawks overcame a 3-0 deficit and took home the triumph when Rich Preston scored halfway through the extra period.

Minnesota must now play and win in Chicago tonight if it expects to survive the series.
At Madison Square Garden in New York, the Rangers evened things up with the New York Islanders by recording a 3-1 win.

The Rangers have now captured both games on their home ice after falling behind in the Patrick Division final 0-2. Ed Mio's superb goaltending spelled the difference last night for the Rangers.
And the Boston Bruins knotted their Adams Division series with


Lost
Large male mixed-color, tigerstriped cat in Bargo area. Call 2149 or 4356 AT.

Wanted
Star Wars Figures or similar figures and spaceship Star Wars or similar. Call 2984 AT.

I would like to rent a car from 8 a.m. May 6th until 4 p.m. May 13. I will pay up to $50 for the week. Call 4885 DWH or 3794 AWH.

Job to housesit. Will take care of pets, plants, etc. while you are on vacation. Call EOC J. Niles at 4404. Please leave a message and I will return your call.

Volunteers to answer phones and pull records during 1340 Radio's Navy Relief Radiothon, April 25-29. Call J02 Rex Kramer at 2351 before 12 noon, or call 2300 after 12 and leave message.

For Sale

'73 Buick LeSabre, $750. Available April 22. Call 2426 AT.

Seven-foot, colorful sofa, excellent condition, $200. Will sell or trade. Call.Gary at 2183.

Three sectional Kroehler sofa in gold tones, excellent condition, $125; dress white female uniform including LCDR stripes, size 14, $65; "Building Your Sales Career' eight cassette tapes by Zig Ziglar. Retail at $99, sell for $55. Call 3704 AWH.

Jeep CJ5, 1973, with a 283 Chevy engine, rebuilt by AMS1 Dan Smith 18 mos. ago. Less than 5,000 miles on engine. Soft top, carpeted, rear seat, AM/FM, 4WD, yellow, good tires, excellent condition, $3,000. Call 4703 AT.

'60 Rambler Cross Country station wagon, 258 cu. in. engine, roof rack, new brakes, AT, recliner seats. Runs well, maintained, extra starter, fuel pump, coil, generator, etc. $500. Call Audrey at 4703 AT.

California king-size water bed, walnut finish, headboard and floatation mattress, $175. 18,000 BTU a/c, five months old. 6,000 BTU a/c, 10 months old. Must sell immediately. $450 for both. Call 2149 AT.


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Buffalo by ripping the Sabres 6-2. Rick Middleton and Barry Pederson combined for a total of four goals and seven assists as the Bruins now look forward to going home for game five.

USFL
(AP)-Vince Abbott kicked three field goals as Los Angeles beat Tampa Bay 18-13 in last night's USFL game.
Abbott connected from 35, 36, and 24 yards in the first half to stake the Express to a 9-6 lead. John Barnett's one-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter stretched the Los Angeles lead to 16-6.
Starting Bandits' quarterback John Reaves threw four interceptions-and fumbled to set up Barnett's TD. He was replaced by Jimmy Jordan in the fourth quarter.

Olympic seats built
(AP)--The Los Angeles Raiders announced they will build 174 luxury box seats at the Coliseum in time for the 1984 olympics. The boxes will bring the stadium's capacity to about 95,000. The announcement came on the deadline set in an agreement in which the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee will pay the Raiders $3 million to control the boxes during the games.


Pioneer PL-600 turntable, original cartridge, used less than 20 hours, $150. One large barrel boat with 25 hp Evinr-ude engine. Head, sundeck, plenty of storage, overhead tarp and tons of accessories. Boat has been recently repainted, but is sitting low in the water as the barrels need to be patched and repainted. $1200. One Pioneer 8track recorder/player, used less than 10 hours, $90. One aqua scooter (underwater propulsion system) with case. Great for snorklers and divers. May be used as aux. engine for small boat. Never used, needs handle, $200. One underwater camera system, Nikonis IV-A and aqua-flash 22 (Helix 22) and accessories, $400. I work nights and can be contacted after 11 p.m. at 2351. Messages may be left for Dave at 2300 between 8 a.m. and
4 p.m. Or, if all else fails, try me in my room at the barracks C-315.

10xl6 fiberglass pontoon boat with 40 hp Johnson motor, $950. Call 4202 or 4169 AWH and ask for Steve.

'67 VW Squareback, good running condition; '72 Buick Sportwagon, one owner, transferring in June. Make a reasonable offer. Also a 9x12 shag rug, $75; two-piece sectional sofa with recently new slip covers and a 12' aluminum skiff with oars, life jackets, flares, etc., $150. Call 4754 AWH.

'76 Chevrolet Impala four-door sedan w/350 V-8 engine, AT, PB, PS, A/C, steel belted radials, 53,000 miles, $1950 or best offer. Contact Joe Bueme at Rm. 215 UOPH or call 4164 DWH or 2401 AWE and leave a message.


Safety Slogan Famous last words: "I'm still sober-enough to drive!"


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Baseball
(AP)--Three walks helped Los Angeles score the winning run in the ninth inning as the Dodgers edged San Francisco 4-3.
Reliever Greg Minton walked
Derrel Thomas to open the top of the ninth. After Steve Yeager sacrificed, Minton walked Rick Monday intentionally, and Steve Sax unintentionally. Ken Landreaux then grounded into a force


play, driving
AMERICAN
Milwaukee Baltimore N.Y. Yankees Minnesota Oakland
NATIONAL
Philadelphia San Diego


in the winning run.

14 Boston 0 4 Cleveland 1 3 Toronto 0 8 Seattle 3 5 California 3

8 Chicago 2 10 Atlanta 3


Players of the Week
(AP)--Pitcher Milt Wilcox of the Detroit Tigers was named American League Player of the Week yesterday. Wilcox came within one out of a perfect game Friday when he faced the Chicago White Sox. A pinch-single in the bottom of the ninth inning was the only flaw in the 6-0 victory over the Sox.
Steve Garvey earned National League honors as Player of the Week. The San Diego first baseman erased Billy Williams record by playing in his 1,118 consecutive game Saturday night.


55 gallon aquarium, U/G bio-filter, two silent giant air pumps, cover, lights, misc. accessory equip. Tank is an ocean set-up, operating with cured coral decor, various invertebrates, anemones and fish. Will help with relocation, $200 or will consider trade for scuba equip. PNC Beaumont 4147 or GHT K202.

Yellow wicker changing table, $15; umbrella stroller, $5; size 14 maternity pants. Call 3471 AT.

Threaded lens for 35 mm SLR camera. Sun auto-zoom F:4.8 F=85-210MM, Mamiya/Sekor 1:1.4 F=55MM, Miida auto wideangle 1:3.5 f-25 52MM, also, new Vivitar 215 autoflash. Will sell all $145 or consider swap for scuba equipment. Interested in tank and BP or AL50&DBL manifold or double hose regulator. PNC Beaumont 4147 or GHT K202.

'70 Ford wagon, yellow, new tires and battery. First $500 takes it.


Runs well. AWH.

Used couch, holstering, 3489 AT.


Call EWC Burt at 2336 good frame, needs reup$25 negotiable. Call


DAILY ENEA

Water

Use: 1,020,000
$6,401


Target: 1,000,000
$6,276


Race forStanley Cup narrows down


'70 Lemans Pontiac, $1200. For more info call 2727 AWH.

'80 Yamaha 400 Special. Has luggage rack and back rest, $1,000 firm. '59-60 50 hp Johnson outboard motor, $800. Call 3602.

Snark sailboat, foam core, 11', includes sails, rigging, life jackets, flares, oar. Good condition. Holds two, $200. Call 4703 AT.

Two-speed powerglide automatic transmission for Chevy, $100; Sony car cassette deck with radio, underdash type (no speakers), $50. Call 3794 AT.

Coleman gas grill with two tanks, outdoor electric bug light, baby stroller with removable sun top, dog kennel for medium size dog. Call 2946 AT and leave a message.

Stainless steel sunbeam mixer, $25; 11,000 BTU a/c, $100; two bundbed spreads, $5 ea.; luggage bag for clothes on hangers, $5. Call 2984 AT.

14' metal boat with trailer, 9.9 hp engine, trolling motor, batteries and light, $550; 8x10 metal shed, $50; two three-speed bikes, $15 ea. Call 3781 AWH.

'77 Capri, 2.3 litre engine w/fourspeed. Body and interior in GREAT condition. Complete with AM/FM cassette with built in equalizer, sunroof, and new tires all around, $2800 ONO. Call 2946 AT and leave name and number where you can be reached.

16 ft. aluminum bass boat, 25 hp Johnson motor, foot control motor guide trolling motor, depth finder, drive-on trailer, three batteries, two gas tanks, and many, many extras. Boat is in-harbor certified. Asking $1950. Call 3730 AT. Must see to appreciate.


tGY USAGE

Electricity

Gallons Use: 232,500 KWH $23,377


D Gallons


Target: 244,525 KWH
$24,585


Total
Use: $29,778 Target: $30,861


Tuesday, April 19, 1983

'Dutch' Leonard dies
(AP) --Former major league pitcher Emil "Dutch" Leonard is dead. A spokesman at a hospital in Springfield, Illinois, says Leonard died of heart failure Sunday night. He was 74. Leonard was a 20-year veteran of the majors, compiling a career record of 191-181 with a lifetime earned run average of
3.25.

Racquet Club
Tennis players, don't forget to sign up for this weekend's men's and women's doubles tournaments! Sign up lists are at the racquetclub clubhouse on Radio Point and come down at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 21.

Navy Relief
In conjuction with the Navy
Relief drive, a powerlifting contest will be held on April 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Marblehead gym. Competition is open to both men and women, ages 16 years and older. Participants will be required to perform three lifts, the bench press, squat and dead lifts. Entry fee of $5 is required. Entry forms are now available at Marblehead gym and deadline for this event is April 27th. Entry forms and fee will be accepted at Marblehead gym April 25-27, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. For more information, call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH.


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BEIRUT (AP)--Rescue workers carried on through the night at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut in search of victims trapped by yesterday's huge bomb blast. And they found .o more bodies this morning, inging the known death toll to 31, with more than 100 injured. By dawn, a new U.S. flag was unfurled on a makeshift pole amid the embassy devastation. The State Department says at least six Americans, two soldiers and four diplomats, died in the blast. Two other Americans are still missing. And a Lebanese police official says 22 Americans are among the more than 100 wounded. A little-known extremist group, the Islamic Struggle Organization, claimed responsibility for the blast that blew the front off the eight-story embassy. Beirut's Christian Phalangist radio said the attack was a suicide mission by a man who drove into the embassy compound in a pickup truck carrying more Starts April 30 ElE9 WASHINGTON (NES)--The term "4.0" will once again mean "outstanding" all Navy enlisted evaluations en a redesigned enlisted evaluation form is released April 30. The new form will replace the present three-form evaluation system and should reduce administrative problems and the inflationary trend of evaluation senior enlisteds. The new form places all enlisted people under a single grading system -the traditional 4.0 scale -and evaluates them in military knowledge/performance, rating knowledge/performance, initiative, reliablitiy, military bearing, personal behavior, human relations (including equal opportunity), speaking ability, writing ability, directing and counseling. Marks in management are included at the E7 through E9 level. than 300 pounds of explosives. A pro-Iranian group also claims it's responsible, but Iran suggests that Palestinians arranged the bombing. The PLO representative in Tehran is quoted by Iran as saying he heard the news of the incident "with gladness" and hopes more attacks take place. President Reagan condemned the attack as "vicious and cowardly," but insisted that the United States would not be deterred in its efforts to bring about a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. France and Italy, the two countties that, along with the U.S., provide peace-keeping troops in Lebanon, have joined in condemning the terrorist bombing. France's own embassy in Beirut was bombed 11 months ago, and its ambassador to Lebanon was assassinated in 1981. Volunteers are being sought by 1340 Radio to answer phones and WANTED pull records during the Navy Relief Radiothon Radiothon. The 1983 Radiothon will feature 100 continuous hours of live entertainment beginning at 6 a.m., Monday, April 25 and running until midnight, Friday, April 29. volunteers For further information, contact J02 Rex Kramer at 2351 before 12 noon, or call 2300 after 12 and leave message. to be graded on 4.0 scale The form also will make it easier blocks when they are in a leaderto do concurrent evaluations for ship position. those people on TAD and co evaluate reserves on active duty training. Also, when recommending someone for advancement, three choices will be available: recommended, not recommended, or progress toward. This will allow a reporting senior to indicate more training or experience is needed before recommending or not recommending. The one-page form (front and back) limits the evaluation comments to the space provided on the form. This should eliminate the long write-ups selection boards have had to wade through to find specific justifications for marks. It should also reduce non-specific comments which appear on many evaluations. Junior enlisteds will be marked in the directing and counseling Chiefs will be marked in aLl categories of the evaluation. Also, people who have been frocked will be evaluated as though they were serving in their "frocked" paygrade as officers are now evaluated. The new form eliminates the assignment recommendation blocks, and the rights acknowledgement statement is now printed on the evaluation. The concept behind the new singleform system is simplification. Wherever possible, the form will parallel the officer fitness report. The system will help streamline the administrative procedure and help the selection boards get an accurate picture of a sailor's performance in the minimum amount of time and space. GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 72 DOD Month of the Military Child Tuesday, April 19, 1983 Death toll rises in U.S. Em bassy bombing Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY A water saving rule is: Do not waste water by trying to run it cool at the faucet. Draw a container full and cool it in the refrigerator. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ? QVVWorld News Digest POLAND (AP)--Polish authorities have ordered Lech Walesa to another round of interrogation today. Walesa was intercepted by police yesterday when he tried to travel to Warsaw. He was held for nearly nine hours. THAILAND (UPI)--Military officials in Thailand are concerned that fighting between Vietnamese troops and Cambodian rebels will spill over into Thailand. The two factions were reportedly trading artillery and mortar fire today in fighting near the Thai-Cambodian border. Thai troops are being rushed to the area to help protect more than 100,000 people in the expected path of the Vietnamese. JAPAN (UPI)--One military transport plane has crashed in heavy fog, and another is missing in central Japan. Both aircraft were flying in formation with four others on a training flight. Eight bodies were recovered from one of the planes, which was found on a small island. The missing plane had six people on board. WASHINGTON (UPI)--Frank Sinatra had some unkind words for the news media Monday evening. during a performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, attended by President Reagan and Mrs. Reagan. Also in the audience was a group of Congressional leaders and their wives. Referring to reporters, Sinatra said, "How can we live without those idiots? One day they're all going to break their typewriters or sew up their mouths." WASHINGTON (AP)--Aides to President Reagan say he agrees with a presidential commission's recommendation to store M-X missiles in improved existing silos. Reagan is to make a public announcement decision in the White House today. Reagan's commission recommends building 100 intercontinental missiles with 10 warheads apiece, and hiding them in hardened minuteman silos in the West. 4th of July meeting The organizational meeting of the 4th of July Committee will be held Thursday, April 21, at 1:30 p.m. in the Marine Barracks Conference room. This year's 4th of July theme will be "An Old Fashioned Fourth, the Family Reunion." Fire safety tip Where there's smoke, there should be smoke alarms -and heat alarms too. A good smoke/ heat home fire detection system will give your family the early warning needed to escape in case of fire. 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Page 2 The Daily Gazette Special Announcements CARIBBEAN ELECTRONICS HAS NEEDLES AND CARTRIDGES FOR THOSE HARD-TOFIND STEREOS AND PHONOGRAPHS. THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE PROUDLY presents their Mother's Day gift to you: A 15% discount on any 14kt Clark & Clark charms, earrings, necklaces and chains. This sale begins Friday, April 15, and ends Wednesday, April 20. A layaway plan is available. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies. ATTENTION MASONS: ON WEDNESDAY, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. the Caribbean Naval Lodge AF/AM will conduct business in the third degree. All Masons are urged to attend. MOTHER'S DAY FLOWERS for the mother or wife you love. Beta Sigma Phi, Beta Chapter is offering long stemmed roses or small boquets for Mother's Day. Orders can be placed with our representative on Saturday or Sunday in front of the commissary or exchange from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The roses will be available at a cost of $15 per dozen and the small bouquets are $3.50 each. Supplies will be limited so place your order and make your payments early. Payment with the order is required. Delivery will be on the weekend of Mother's Day. For more information call 7239 or on Leeward call 6418 AWNH. Don't let this golden opportunity to express your love.go by, place your order early. The final day for accepting payment and orders is April 21st. LOCATING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL -IT IS imperative that all hazardous material be located and identified. All shops, divisions are asked to inspect their area and advise the Safety Office, in writing, NLT April 29 of the name, stock number, amount and location of such material. For this purpose hazardous material is any material or mixture of materials which are (1) toxic; (2) corrosive; (3) an irritant; (4) a strong sensitizer; (5) flammable (other than fuel); or which (6) generates pressure through decomposition, heat or other means, if such substance or mixture of substances may cause substantial personal injury or substantail illness during or as a direct result of any customary or reasonable anticipated handling or use. UE DAILY GAZETTE Captain Maurice 0. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard. .Public Affairs Officer Ens. Christy McCollom. .Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed. .Public Affairs Staff Supervisqr 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 Deparent of the Nay. P.T.O. -PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND interested adults.The W.T. Sampson Schools Parent-Teachers Organization will conduct an election for new Executive Committee Members at the Elementary School Classroom B-l, on May 5, at 7:30 p.m. The past P.T.O. functions and future business will be discussed following a successful voluntary election. Individuals interested in becoming either President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer need not be present but be represented by a nomination. Unfortunately, the organization will be discontinued if a new committee is not elected. Come on out and see what the P.T.O. can mean to W.T. Sampson Schools. Thank you, "The Executive Committee." COME TO TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH of Guantanamo Bay and hear evangelist Don Mallory, missionary to Haiti, bring revival messages nightly at 7:30 p.m. April 17-22 at the elementary school amphitheater. Nursery provided. Call 3237 for more information. THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED this Thursday, April 21, while Mrs. Valek attends necessary training and Ms. Reynolds is moving in her household goods. We regret any inconvenience this closure may cause our clients. GRE ADVANCED TESTS HAVE BEEN REceived for the following people for the 7:30 a.m. test session on Monday, April 25: Beth ADKINS, Music; Jack BEYRAU, Chemistry; James DRINKWATER, Chemistry and GRE General; Pat GOULD, GRE General; Elwood ISABELLE, History; Eric JOHNSON, History; Lawrence LINDSAY, History; Paul PEPPERSACK, History; Donald SCARBOROUGH, Sociology; W. E. STEWART, Political Science; Charlie STENE, Sociology; Charles WILLIAMSON, Psychology; Steven WILT, Computer Science. GRE Study Guides and information booklets have been received and must be picked up ASAP between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Navy Campus Office. Anyone on the preceding list who will not be able to take his test on April 25 must call Navy Campus at once. Ext. 4769. Anyone else desiring to take one of the above listed tests on April 25 may call and ask to be put on the stand-by list. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WILL BE CONDUCTing fire safety inspections of the. Nob Hill and Oil Point Housing Areas from April 25-29. If occupants have a special time they wish their quarters inspected, an appointment may be made by calling the Fire Department at 4222 or 4165. THE VILLAMAR SWIMMING POOL HAS BEEN closed indefinitely due to mechanical problems. THE NAVY EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES WOMEN'S poly/cotton uniform white slacks in nine sizes are currently on back order, with a release date of June 83. You exchange is taking all possible expediting action to have them for you as soon as possible. THE RED CROSS WILL BE HAVING A luncheon on April 25 at the home of Mrs. Marylen Fitzgerald, 1101 Deer Point. The luncheon is for the induction of new board members and all volunteers or anyone interested in becoming a volunteer is invited. 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. LOS ANGELES METROPOLITAN COLLEGE will be holding registration this term for ONE (1) WEEK ONLY beginning May 16th through May 20th. The following courses are being offered: Orientation to Hospitals, Elements of Supervision, Principles of Selling, Organization and Management Theory, Business English, American Social Problems, ET II, Water Safety Instruction and Payroll Accounting. FREE, REFRESHER CLASSES: THE NAVY Campus Function Skills Class Coordinator is available for counseling for active duty personnel interested in taking free, refresher courses in math, English and reading. For more information or appointment, call Debbie Stephens at 4307 on Thursday or Friday mornings or 2175 at other times. Special Services Child Day Care Ctr._ will be holding an Open House and Talent Show I April 28 at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be provided by the children. The public #is cordially invited to attend. Tuesday, April 19, 1983 BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! BINGO! Join us for NAVY RELIEF Bonanza Bingo at the FRA Club every Tuesday and Thursday during the month of April. We'll start with the early bird games at 6:30 p.m. We'll have nine regular games and a jackpot game. Come out and support your NAVY RELIEF Fund Drive! NAVY RELIEF SKATING PARTY: PWD IS sponsoring a skating party on April 24 from 2-5 p.m. at McCalla Hangar. The entry fee will be $0.50. Skate rentals will be at Special Services Issue Desk. Music will be provided by Ernie and soft drinks will be sold for $0.35. Come on out and have a good time and support Navy Relief. MYTH: If a wife comes to Navy Relief, ithurts her husband's career. FACT: Cases are confidential at Navy Relief. If the sponsor is in the area, he is expected to make application at Navy Relief. If the dependent makes application, the servicemember's permission is sought before funds are advanced-except, of course, in emergencies which can't await a relpy. NOTICE TO FAMILY HOUSING OCCUPANTS: A new refuse-collection contract has just been awarded and to ensure all refuse is picked up and disposed of properly, occupants are to: (a) Use dumpsters for regular bagable household trash only. (b) Place all trash inside the dumpster. (c) Flatten all boxes left by the movers during pack-in/pack-out and place inside the dumpster or hold and treat as bulk pick-up. Curbside pick-up of bulk trash (discarded furniture, bicycles, hedge and tree trimmings, car parts, leaf bags, etc.) is scheduled each Wednesday on Windward side and each Thursday on Leeward side. Residents are requested to keep items of this type neatly stored in their backyards until the evening before the scheduled pick-up. At that time, bulk trash (bagged or tied in bundles if possible) is to be placed on the curb by each quarters for pick-up the following day. It is not to be placed outside the dumpsters. Blue Caribe Aave &a mn44/iW/ a nw. Tuesday, April 19 "STEAK SPECIAL" 10 oz. Delmonico Steak Choice of Potato Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $7.45 Thursday, April 21 "STUFFED SHRIMP" Stuffed Shrimp French Fries Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $5.75 Friday, April 22 "SEAFOOD PLATTER" Oysters, Shrimp Clams, Fish Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $5.50 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. Educational Notes

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Tuesday, April 19, 1983 The Daily Gazette From the Police Blotter Significant police activity for the week of NOTE: IN ADDITI BEEN REFE DIVISION AS APPROP AVIATION ORDNANCEMAN SECOND CLASS HENRY L. MAYS, ASSIGNED TO NAS Weapons Department, receives a Letter of Commendation from Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, Commanding Officer, NAS, during ceremonies held March 25. Petty Officer Mays was cited for superior performance while performing two billet assignments while assigned to the Weapons Department. Petty Officer Mays recently received a grade of "excellence" from the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Inspection team for outstanding maintenance of NAS' weapons ammunition magazines. (Official U.S. Navy photo) Rickets : Many suffer without knowing it BOSTON (UPI)--For centuries, rickets was the most common nutritional disease among children. Produced by a lack of Vitamin D, the so-called "sunshine vitamin," rickets has now been reduced to the status of a medical rarity among kids in developed countries. Ironically, the bone disease is now largely a problem for adults, particularly among those whose body machinery for manufacturing the vitamin with the help of sunlight has failed. That happens to a lot of older people, and makes them especially susceptible to painful fractures. Racial characteristics, too, affect your ability to make Vitamin D. Dr. Michael Holick of Boston, says dark-skinned people need as much as 10 times more sunlight to manufacture the vitamin naturally as do those with light skin coloring. Thus, rickets can become a problem for those of darker races who live in northern climates. Doctors say tens of thousands of adult Americans suffer from rickets, many without even knowing it. Navy Exchange Job Availabilities The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348. hoSITION & GRADE CLOSING DATE LOCATION Food Service Worker INT NA-2/$3.80 or LWG-2/$2.18 Sales Clerk Reg. PT PS-2/$3.84 or LGS-3/$2.93 General Clerk Reg.PT AS-3/$4.21 Preventive Maintenance Mechanic Reg. FT NA-8/$5.68 or LWG-10/$4.52 Sales Clerk INTERMITTENT 2 needed OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Parlor Retail Store Retail Store(Office) NEX Garage OPEN Sound Scene 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 oe onrine -as T,-1.va .sase Civil TT.-ian personl _ be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personn Vacancy Announcements posted on official bullet ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE 42-83 File Clerk, GS/LGS-305-04/5 F-30-83 Cook, LWG-7404-08 (FT) The following positions are permanent register 46-83 18-83 38-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-22-83 NAF-19-83 NAF-18-83 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl) Firefighter (Structural), PSOPEN 081-03 Telephone Operator, GS/LGSOPEN 382-02/3 Sales Store Checker, LGS/GSOPEN 2091-03 INT Custodial Worker, LWG/NAOPEN 3566-01 (FT & PT) Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA OPEN 5703-05 INT Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189-ol OPEN Child Care Attn, LGS/PS-0189-02 Page 3 ON TO ACTIONS NOTED, CASES HAVE RRED TO THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CID) AND/OR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS RATE WINDWARD Monday, April 4 Theft -Call received reporting stolen gas from a GOV at ITT. Police found the gas cap off the vehicle and a rubber hose under the vehicle. --Under investigation. Suspected Possession of a Controlled Substance -Police on patrol noticed three men in the area of the Hook. As police approached them, one man threw an object to the ground. The object appeared to be a homemade pipe. --Individual, a Navy E-2, apprehended and subsequently turned over to his command pending disciplinary action. Tuesday, April 5 -No significant activity. Wednesday, April 6 Theft -Call received from a civilian reporting the theft of her moped from the UOPH. The moped had been unsecured. --Statements taken. Theft -Call received from a Navy E-5 reporting the theft of a government mosquito light trap from Nob Hill. --Statements taken. Vandalism -Police on patrol noticed a crowd around a base bus located in the area near the POV inbound/outbound lot. Upon investigation the police officer was approached by a Navy CWO2 who stated that personnel in the crowd were responsible for vandalizing the bus. A Navy E-3 was positively identified by the CWO2 as well as by a Navy E-4 and a Navy E-5 as one of the several people involved. Positive identification could not be made on others involved. Inspection of the bus revealed that 14 windows had been broken. --Statements taken. Navy E-3 apprehended and turned over to his command pending disciplinary action and reimbursement of the $1062.00 cost to repair the bus. Thursday, April 7 Assault on Base Police/Disrespect to a Petty Officer/Provoking Gestures, Disobeying a Lawful Order -Police officer on patrol at Tryzoa Village approached by manager who requested that the police officer close the bar. Police officer therefore informed patrons and requested that they leave. The patrons did not comply and one person became belligerent and assaultive to the police officer and was placed under apprehension. Back up police arrived to assist in the closing of the bar. --The apprehended person, a Navy E-4, subsequently turned over to his command pending disciplinary action. Friday, April 8 Possible Vandalism -Call received from a Navy E-6 reporting that a window in his home in TK had been broken. Cause unknown. --Statements taken. Saturday, April 9 Suspected Vandalism -Police on patrol found a motorcycle on Kittery Beach road at 12:30 a.m. Patrol impounded the motorcycle and transported it to Base Police. The following morning a Marine E-3 reported to Base Police for his motorcycle. The Marine reported that his bike had been damaged. Preliminary investigation revealed the bike had been vandalized on Kittery Beach road after the Marine had left the bike. --Statements taken. Racial Slurs -Call received from shore patrol at the Windjammer reporting a person, a Navy enlisted man, making racial slurs in the club. --Police arrived and placed the person under military apprehension. Later, individual turned over to his command pending disciplinary action. Drunk and Disorderly/Disrespect to a Police Officer -Shore Patrol notified police of a man trying to enter the club with a bottle of liquor. When the man entered, the manager poured the liquor out. The individual became angry and belligerent. --Police apprehended the person, a Navy enlisted man. Theft -Police on patrol approached by a Navy enlisted man who stated that his gym bag was stolen from the bowling alley bathroom. --Statements taken. nel Office or by reviewing Sunday, April 10 etin boards. Unauthorized Cliff Diving -Shore Patrol posted at Phillips Park observed two Navy enlisted men dive from a cliff area. Base police CLOSING DATE COMMAND issued the men liberty cancellations and transported them to police headquarters. At headquarters one individual became abusive and disrespectful to police officers and was placed under apprehension. While 25 April 1983 SIMA detained in a cell the individual removed his clothing and was charged 25 April 1983 CPO Club with indecent exposure. --Personnel subsequently turned over to their commands pending iu disciplinary action. All Commands LEEWARD Fire Dept Friday, April 1 Theft -A private vehicle was stolen from the Leeward Clipper Club and PWD later involved in an accident. There were no injuries reported. The keys had been left in the ignition. Commissary --Photos and statements taken. UOPH S/S S/S APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-18-83 CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/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 CLUBS All Commands CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS Thursday, April 7 Unauthorized Area/Disobeying a Written Order -Call received from Leeward Marine Barracks OIC reporting that he was detaining an individual, a Navy E-2, for being in a controlled area. --Police apprehended the individual and subsequently turned him over to his command pending disciplinary action. NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK APRIL 18-24 94

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The Daily Gazette (AP)--The Stanley Cup playoffs continued last night in the National Hockey League, and all eight teams are still alive, but two of them are hanging by a thread. The Calgary Flames scored a 6-5 victory over Edmonton and avoided elimination in their best-of-seven Smythe Division final. But even with the victory, the Oilers still lead the series 3-1. Game five moves back to Edmonton tonight. At Bloomington, Minnesota, Chicago increased its lead in the Norris Division showdown by defeating the North Stars 4-3 in overtime. The Hawks overcame a 3-0 deficit and took home the triumph when Rich Preston scored halfway through the extra period. Minnesota must now play and win in Chicago tonight if it expects to survive the series. At Madison Square Garden in New York, the Rangers evened things up with the New York Islanders by recording a 3-1 win. The Rangers have now captured both games on their home ice after falling behind in the Patrick Division final 0-2. Ed Mio's superb goaltending spelled the difference last night for the Rangers. And the Boston Bruins knotted their Adams Division series with Lost Large male mixed-color, tigerstriped cat in Bargo area. Call 2149 or 4356 AT. Wanted Star Wars Figures or similar figures and spaceship Star Wars or similar. Call 2984 AT. I would like to rent a car from 8 a.m. May 6th until 4 p.m. May 13. I will pay up to $50 for the week. Call 4885 DWH or 3794 AWH. Job to housesit. Will take care of pets, plants, etc. while you are on vacation. Call EOC J. Niles at 4404. Please leave a message and I will return your call. Volunteers to answer phones and pull records during 1340 Radio's Navy Relief Radiothon, April 25-29. Call J02 Rex Kramer at 2351 before 12 noon, or call 2300 after 12 and leave message. For Sale '73 Buick LeSabre, $750. Available April 22. Call 2426 AT. Seven-foot, colorful sofa, excellent condition, $200. Will sell or trade. Call Gary at 2183. Three sectional Kroehler sofa in gold tones, excellent condition, $125; dress white female uniform including LCDR stripes, size 14, $65; "Building Your Sales Career' eight cassette tapes by Zig Ziglar. Retail at $99, sell for $55. Call 3704 AWH. Jeep CJ5, 1973, with a 283 Chevy engine, rebuilt by AMS1 Dan Smith 18 mos. ago. Less than 5,000 miles on engine. Soft top, carpeted, rear seat, AM/FM, 4WD, yellow, good tires, excellent condition, $3,000. Call 4703 AT. '60 Rambler Cross Country station wagon, 258 cu. in. engine, roof rack, new brakes, AT, recliner seats. Runs well, maintained, extra starter, fuel pump, coil, generator, etc. $500. Call Audrey at 4703 AT. California king-size water bed, walnut finish, headboard and floatation mattress, $175. 18,000 BTU a/c, five months old. 6,000 BTU a/c, 10 months old. Must sell immediately. $450 for both. Call 2149 AT. Buffalo by ripping the Sabres 6-2. Rick Middleton and Barry Pederson combined for a total of four goals and seven assists as the Bruins now look forward to going home for game five. USFL (AP)--Vince Abbott kicked three field goals as Los Angeles beat Tampa Bay 18-13 in last night's USFL game. Abbott connected from 35, 36, and 24 yards in the first half to stake the Express to a 9-6 lead. John Barnett's one-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter stretched the Los Angeles lead to 16-6. Starting Bandits' quarterback John Reaves threw four interceptions and fumbled to set up Barnett's TD. He was replaced by Jimmy Jordan in the fourth quarter. Olympic seats built (AP)--The Los Angeles Raiders announced they will build 174 luxury box seats at the Coliseum in time for the 1984 olympics. The boxes will bring the stadium's capacity to about 95,000. The announcement came on the deadline set in an agreement in which the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee will pay the Raiders $3 million to control the boxes during the games. Pioneer PL-600 turntable, original cartridge, used less than 20 hours, $150. One large barrel boat with 25 hp Evinrude engine. Head, sundeck, plenty of storage, overhead tarp and tons of accessories. Boat has been recently repainted, but is sitting low in the water as the barrels need to be patched and repainted. $1200. One Pioneer 8track recorder/player, used less than 10 hours, $90. One aqua scooter (underwater propulsion system) with case. Great for snorklers and divers. May be used as aux. engine for small boat. Never used, needs handle, $200. One underwater camera system, Nikonis IV-A and aqua-flash 22 (Helix 22) and accessories, $400. I work nights and can be contacted after 11 p.m. at 2351. Messages may be left for Dave at 2300 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Or, if all else fails, try me in my room at the barracks C-315. 10xl6 fiberglass pontoon boat with 40 hp Johnson motor, $950. Call 4202 or 4169 AWH and ask for Steve. '67 VW Squareback, good running condition; '72 Buick Sportwagon, one owner, transferring in June. Make a reasonable offer. Also a 9x12 shag rug, $75; two-piece sectional sofa with recently new slip covers and a 12' aluminum skiff with oars, life jackets, flares, etc., $150. Call 4754 AWH. '76 Chevrolet Impala four-door sedan w/350 V-8 engine, AT, PB, PS, A/C, steel belted radials, 53,000 miles, $1950 or best offer. Contact Joe Bueme at Rm. 215 UOPH or call 4164 DWH or 2401 AWH and leave a message. Safety Slogan Famous last words: "I'm still sober enough to drive!" SPORTS 'Dutch' Leonard dies Race for Stanley Cup narrows down AMERICAN Milwaukee Baltimore N.Y. Yankees Minnesota Oakland NATIONAL Philadelphia San Diego 14 Boston 4 Cleveland 3 Toronto 8 Seattle 5 California 8 Chicago 2 10 Atlanta 3 0 1 0 3 3 Players of the Week (AP) --Pitcher Milt Wilcox of the Detroit Tigers was named American League Player of the Week yesterday. Wilcox came within one out of a perfect game Friday when he faced the Chicago White Sox. A pinch-single in the bottom of the ninth inning was the only flaw in the 6-0 victory over the Sox. Steve Garvey earned National League honors as Player of the Week. The San Diego first baseman erased Billy Williams record by playing in his 1,118 consecutive game Saturday night. 55 gallon aquarium, U/G bio-filter, two silent giant air pumps, cover, lights, misc. accessory equip. Tank is an ocean set-up, operating with cured coral decor, various invertebrates, anemones and fish. Will help with relocation, $200 or will consider trade for scuba equip. PNC Beaumont 4147 or GHT K202. Yellow wicker changing table, $15; umbrella stroller, $5; size 14 maternity pants. Call 3471 AT. Threaded lens for 35 mm SLR camera. Sun auto-zoom F:4.8 F=85-210MM, Mamiya/Sekor 1:1.4 F=55MM, Miida auto wideangle 1:3.5 f-25 52MM, also, new Vivitar 215 autoflash. Will sell all $145 or consider swap for scuba equipment. Interested in tank and BP or AL50&DBL manifold or double hose regulator. PNC Beaumont 4147 or GHT K202. '70 Ford wagon, yellow, new tires and battery. First $500 takes it. Runs well. Call EWC Burt at 2336 AWH. Used couch, good frame, needs reupholstering, $25 negotiable. Call 3489 AT. DAILY ENE Water Use: Target: Baseball (AP)--Three walks helped Los Angeles score the winning run in the ninth inning as the Dodgers edged San Francisco 4-3. Reliever Greg Minton walked Derrel Thomas to open the top of the ninth. After Steve Yeager sacrificed, Minton walked Rick Monday intentionally, and Steve Sax unintentionally. Ken Landreaux then grounded into a force play, driving in the winning run. 1,020,000 Gallons $6,401 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Total Use: $29,778 Target: $30,861 Use: 232,500 KWH $23,377 Target: 244,525 KWH $24,585 (AP)--Former major league pitcher Emil "Dutch" Leonard is dead. A spokesman at a hospital in Springfield, Illinois, says Leonard died of heart failure Sunday night. He was 74. Leonard was a 20-year veteran of the majors, compiling a career record of 191-181 with a lifetime earned run average of 3.25. Racquet Club Tennis players, don't forget to sign up for this weekend's men's and women's doubles tournaments! Sign up lists are at the racquetclub clubhouse on Radio Point and come down at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 21. Navy Relief In conjuction with the Navy Relief drive, a powerlifting contest will be held on April 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Marblehead gym. Competition is open to both men and women, ages 16 years and older. Participants will be required to perform three lifts, the bench press, squat and dead lifts. Entry fee of $5 is required. Entry forms are now available at Marblehead gym and deadline for this event is April 27th. Entry forms and fee will be accepted at Marblehead gym April 25-27, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. For more information, call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH. '70 Lemans Pontiac, $1200. For more info call 2727 AWH. '80 Yamaha 400 Special. Has luggage rack and back rest, $1,000 firm. '59-60 50 hp Johnson outboard motor, $800. Call 3602. Snark sailboat, foam core, 11', includes sails, rigging, life jackets, flares, oar. Good condition. Holds two, $200. Call 4703 AT. Two-speed powerglide automatic transmission for Chevy, $100; Sony car cassette deck with radio, underdash type (no speakers), $50. Call 3794 AT. Coleman gas grill with two tanks, outdoor electric bug light, baby stroller with removable sun top, dog kennel for medium size dog. Call 2946 AT and leave a message. Stainless steel sunbeam mixer, $25; 11,000 BTU a/c, $100; two bundbed spreads, $5 ea.; luggage bag for clothes on hangers, $5. Call 2984 AT. 14' metal boat with trailer, 9.9 hp engine, trolling motor, batteries and light, $550; 8x10 metal shed, $50; two three-speed bikes, $15 ea. Call 3781 AWH. '77 Capri, 2.3 litre engine w/fourspeed. Body and interior in GREAT condition. Complete with AM/FM cassette with built in equalizer, sunroof, and new tires all around, $2800 ONO. Call 2946 AT and leave name and number where you can be reached. 16 ft. aluminum bass boat, 25 hp Johnson motor, foot control motor guide trolling motor, depth finder, drive-on trailer, three batteries, two gas tanks, and many, many extras. Boat is in-harbor certified. Asking $1950. Call 3730 AT. Must see to appreciate. MY USAGE Electricity classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Hail or hand carried.to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Ads are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command anproval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. All ads must be signed by submitter. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (AT=anytime, DWH= during working hours, AWH=after working hours). J Page 4 Tuesday, April 19, 1983


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