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GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



(Volume 38 Number 73 Wednesday, April 20, 1983



Navy Relief Rcdiothon-set for Apr. 25-29


The 1983 Navy Relief Radiothon
will begin at 6 a.m., Monday, April
25 and run 4ntil midnight, Friday,
April 29 on 1340 Radio.

During this.more than 100 hours ' continuous live entertainment, 0steners may make pledges to have
their favorite songs played, have
other songs bumped, or challenge
their friends to perform wild antics. All proceeds will go to
Navy Relief.
It takes just $1.00 to request a
song of 5 min. 30 sec. duration or
less. For longer selections, a
$2.00 pledge is required.
If you happen to dislike what's
playing, you can bump the song by pledging twice the amount the individual pledged to have it played.


One difference this year, though,
will be that requests to play another selection will have to be made separately to the pledge to bump the song currently playing (i.e., if you make a pledge to bump "The Marine Corps Hymn," you will have to make another pledge in order to
hear "Anchors Aweigh").
Also, you may request three songs, back-to-back for$10 or five songs back-to-back for $15. This can be the same song played three or five times in a row, if you so desire.
Then there are "sustaining selections." For a pledge of $100, you can have any song you choose played at a-set time every hour (following the news, for example). Your selection will be played each hour until someone else doubles your pledge to have it bumped.


Volunteers are being sought by 1340 Radio to answer phones and pull records during the Navy Relief 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.
For further information, contact J02 Rex Kramer at 2351 before 12 noon, or call 2300 after 12 and


leave message.


Radiothon volunteers


When you make a pledge challenging someone to perform some amusing stunt, you should remember to keep your request in good taste, make safety a prime consideration, and use common sense. (In other words,. don't challenge your boss to walk through the Northeast Gate!) Incidentally, the names of all persons calling in pledges will be announced on the air.
The computer class at W. T. Sampson High School will be compiling a program of this year's pledges, and making a computer printout. This will aid in the collection of pledges. Again, use good sense--don't pledge more than you can afford!

The culmination of the 1983 Navy Relief Fund Drive will take place on May Day (Sunday, May 1) at Phillips Park, where, among the many attractions, there will be a collection booth to collect pledges made during the Radiothon.
Last year, 84.8 percent of the
pledges made were collected--$17,000 out of a total of $20,047.91 pledged. The Radiothon was the single most successful effort to raise money for Navy Relief in 1982, accounting for 47.8 percent of the total collected.


GTMO's 1983 Navy Relief Fund
Drive. is-beingi sponsored by the U.S. Naval Hospital.


Newscast wins award for NBS Det. Six


by J02 Lee Holloway
For the fourth consecutive year, the news department at Navy Broadcasting Service Detachment Six has taken the coveted Thomas Jefferson
(TJ) Award.

The TJ is awarded to service internal information media personnel for professional excellence, outstanding achievement in promoting a fuller understanding of the mission of the U.S. Armed Forces, and informing military personnel of the events of the times, their heritage as American citizens, and the vital role they play in the


defense of the nation and the preservation of peace.
Captain M. D. Fitzgerald, Commander Naval Base, presented the bust of Jefferson and a plaque to the local detachment.
Two of the people responsible for the winning newscast were J02 Kathy Checkley, Newsroom Director, and her husband, J02 John Checkley, who is in charge of TV production.
"But it was really an 'all hands' effort," John says, "involving the engineers, television technical crews, newsroom personnel--even our secretary up front."


NAVY BROADCASTING DETACHMENT SIX: FRONT ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Jerry Kennedy, Chief Engineer; JOCS Jim Dewater, Station Manager; Ms. Betty Baxter, Secretary; ETC Wes Smith, Operations Chief and Michael Yonish, RCA Tech Rep. Second Row: J02 Brady Bautch, SK2 Larry Grant, IC3 Frank Butler, ETI Tim Miller, J03 Sam Spear, ICI Joe Lyon and J03 Julia Tice. Third Row: Jo2 Nancy Smith, J02 Kathy Checkley, IC2 Mark Quella, IC2 Dave Luberda, J03 Zernie Moses, ICI Dave May and J02 John Checkley. Back row: DM2 George Franks, IC2 Michael Jackson, JOl J.J. Smith, J02 Rex Kramer, J02 Dave Harris and JOSN Eric James. Not pictured is JOl James Sackey. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


GTMO is unique in that it is the only AFRTS broadcasting detachment that has an "all local" newscast. But like its counterparts around the world, NBS Det. Six is faced with the problem of trying to please a widely diversified audience.
TV-8, with only 45 square miles of land and water from which to .glean news, airs its local news program only once a week--on Monday night.
"This way," John says, "we're able to cover a good variety of topics--everything from the Marines on the fenceline, to housing, to the elementary school--keeping everyone relatively happy."
The winning newscast included the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy's visit to GTMO with a local tie-in highlighting the frockings of chief petty officers.
Kathy and John have been at NBS Det. .x since July 1981, but they will be leaving GTMO this summer for instructor duties at the Defense Information School in Indianapolis, Ind. Kathy savs they are looking forward to "this challenging duty."


Cubans deny spying

NEW YORK (UPI)--The United States has ordered two Cuban diplomats out of the country for "blatant" espionage.
The accused diplomats were given 48 hours to leave and are banned for life from returning. In Washington, State Department spokesman Alan Romberg described the activities of the two Cubans as "blatant and directed against this country."
However, Cuba's ambassador to the UN rejected the charge. A source close to the Cuban Mission says the ambassador will contest the expulsions until evidence of spying is produced by U.S. authorities.


New wage schedules

For non-U.S., citizens
The Department of Defense Wage Fixing Authority has approved new wage schedules for non-U.S. citizen employees of the Naval Base.
The effective date of the increases will be retroactive to Feb. 6. The new wage rates are based on the Wage Change Survey conducted in Jamaica in Dec. 1982.
The new wage schedules have not been received, but a summary of increases are as follows: The average scheduled increase to base rates of pay for ungraded (Blue Collar) employees is approximately $0.56 per hour or 15.37 percent. The corresponding increase for the graded (White Collar) employees is approximately $0.72 per hour or 14.52 percent.
With this increase, there is total compensation comparability with the Jamaican private sector. The separate benefit allowance contains payment for NIS, life insurance, pension and other case payments (meals, laundry, uniforms, transportation and bonuses) not provided by the U.S. Navy.
Upon receipt of the official wage schedules, administrative processing of the increases will begin. However, due to the tremendous administrative processing requirement, there will be a considerable delay in receipt of the retroactive pay and increase on the individual pay checks. This delay could be as long as four to six pay periods.
Former employees who terminated after Feb. 6 will be entitled to retroactive pay for all hours in a pay status after Feb. 6. Again, there will be considerable delay in receipt of this retroactive pay.


News Digest


WASHINGTON (AP)--Figures to be released today by the government-are expected to show that the economy has been growing at its fastest pace in two years. The report is the inflation-adjusted gross national product during the first quarter of this year.

MOSCOW (UPI)--The Soviet news agency, Tass, criticized President Reagan's MX missile program today as an escalation of the nuclear arms race. The government-run news agency says the new rockets are intended as a "first-strike strategic weapon" against the Soviet Union.

WASHINGTON (AP)--Senate opponents of tax withholding on interest and dividends are confident they have the votes to defy President Reagan and postpone the plan. A measure to put it off by at least four years could win Senate passage today.

BEIRUT (AP)--There is speculation that the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut may have been an attempt to kill U.S. Envoy Philip Habib and his assistant, Morris Draper. Lebanon's privately-owned Central News Agency is offering that theory, saying Habib and Draper missed the explosion because they were delayed at Lebanon's presidential palace. At least 47 people, including 16 Americans, are believed to have died in the embassy blast.

WASHINGTON (AP)--The FBI says the number of serious crimes reported in the U.S. dropped 4 percent last year. It was the sharpest decline in five years. The report says murder, robbery and rape were all down 3 percent from 1981.



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� MOTHER'S DAY FLOWERS
for the mother or
Swife 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.

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

THE CUBAN COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP Party will be April 30 from 6 p.m. till Midnight. Tickets are on sale for $10 each and the menu will consist of Roast Pig, Chicken Friccasse, Macaroni Salads, Rice and Chicken, Rice and Beans, Mixed Salads, Potato Salads and Hot Rolls. Remember, it's for a worthy cause.

THERE ARE VOLUNTEER OPENINGS IN various places on base. The majority serve at the hospital, the Red Cross office, assist the school nurse at the elementary school and in teaching Nursing and Safety courses.


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: Navy Relief layettes cost money.

FACT: The layette items provided for infants are always given at no charge to Naval Service families who need them. Servicemembers should apply in person toward the end of the pregnancy. As a budget is done at that time, it is preferable that the servicewife come too.





GAZETTE


Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base

Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard.............
............. Public Affairs Officer
Ens. Christy McCollom.............
....... Asst. Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed.......................
...'.Public Affairs Staff Sup'ervisoir J02 Lee Holloway ....................
External Communications Coordinator J03 Michael Page..............Editor
Mlrs. 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 t"es 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 COMNAVBASE or the Departuent of the Navy.


IN CELEBRATION OF MOTHER'S DAY the Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring their first annual Mother's Day Dinner Dance on May 7th at the Fleet Reserve Association. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until 1 a.m. For just $16 per couple or $8 per single you get a steamship round dinner with all the trimmings, beverages and music by Sugar Bear. Tickets can be purchased from any Knight or for more information call Al or Jane Stiles at 3127 AT.

FOR CHAMPUS INFORMATION, CALL THE CHAMPUS Advisor (HMC Daniels) at 7235.

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.


THE QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE HEALTH Care Consumer's Councilwill be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 26, in the Education Classroom at the hospital.

TMT BARGE SCHEDULE - IN ORDER TO reduce congestion in the area around Wharf Bravo, it will be necessary to schedule a threeweek barge cycle, on a one time basis, during the period of May 23 to June 13. The barge will resume its normal arrival schedule (every other Monday) on June 13. By making the above change, barge arrivals will no longer coincide with civilian payday and attendant congestion in front of the bank. The Navy Exchange, Commissary, and Supply Department are placing increased orders so as to accommodate the three-week cycles without adverse impact on the community.


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


ANYONE INTERESTED IN TAKING THE GRE Advanced Test in Chemistry should call the Navy Campus Office at 4769 this week-. The test will be given at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 25, and the cost is $35.

THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE IS DESPERately in need of the following = items: one 2-drawer file cabinet, one desk chair; one bulletin NEWTO GTMO AN] board, one or two literature racks, make the best one or two bookcases, one plexi- here? With the glass carpet protector, several courses offered electric fans, current educational there is no rea guides, reference books, etc. We those college operate on a budget of $40 per yourself the se quarter which barely covers ing you're wor necessary expendables such as future. Regist paper and pens. Meanwhile, we coming classes serve the entire GTMO community - Call 4307/4748 civilians and Marines, as well as Navy personnel. Any individuals, THE NAVY CAMPUS clubs, or Commands wishing to give CLOSED this Tht more than lip-service to off-duty while Mrs. Vale education programs are encouraged to training and M: donate one or more of the above in her household listed items. Please call Ms. any inconvenier Reynolds, ext. 4769, if you can help. cause our clier


Club Activities
GIRL SCOUT LEADERS: THERE WILL BE ATTENTION VIDE
,avery important meet- the next meeti
ing of all leaders place on the r and assistant by-laws. This leaders at the meeting as sug Girl Scout Hut taken from clu on Sunday, April club members o 24, at 3 p.m. It is further improv
very important meet- owners, (Beta ing as we must discuss the closing encouraged to of the year activities and elect on Wednesday, a new board. Anyone not involved p.m. at the Ma in scouting but would like to room and join attend and become involved, is GTMO's fastest invited. For further information, further inform call Peri at 2307 AWH. or meeting con


YOU HAVE AN NSBECURI' GOMPLEX--VERY IMPLE TO OVERCOME-JUCT BUY u.S. SAVINGS BONDS OR REA
SECURITY G FAT! I'LL
~JOIN THr
' FPAY ROL L !AVNG!5


J.J. Smith at


D WONDERING HOW TO use of your time down wide selection of d by LA Metro College ason not to earn credits while giving atisfaction of knowking to improve your tration for the upbegins May 16th. for more information.

S OFFICE WILL BE ursday, April 21, ek attends necessary s. Reynolds is moving id goods. We regret nce this closure may rnts.


0 CLUB MEMBERS: AT ng, voting will take evised constitution/ is a very important gestions will be b members and non n ways and means to ve our club. VCR and VHS), are come to the meeting April 20, at 7:30 marine Barracks Classin on the fun of growing club. For ,ation about the club tact Bob at 3708 or 3371 AWH.


THE LIVE BAND "CROSSFIRE" IS UNABLE to play at the CPO Club on April 22 and 23. "Rockin Doc" will provide our live entertainment this weekend.


ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS: There will be a Board Meeting on April 23 at 6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. we will square 'em up and dance to the Mystery Caller.


Wednesday, April 20, 1983


FLOWERS FOR YOUR FAVORITE MOM! The Leeward Point Civic Council announces "Mother's Day" special offer. The Civic Council is taking orders for red roses, mixed cut flowers, and small potted plants to be delivered from Jacksonville by air to GTMO on Saturday, May 7, just in time for Mother's Day. $15 per dozen for long-stemmed red roses is one example of the outstanding prices offered. Call Chief Barret at 6258 DWH or 6281 AWH or Lt. Sawyers at 6268 DWH and 6402 AWH for all the information. Only con- h firmed orders, paid-in-advance can be taken. All orders must be in NLT May 3. Show your appreciation for your favorite mom(s), place your order today. Delivery information will be forthcoming.

,\4THE NAVAL STATION ENLISTED " Dining Facility and the
Branch Facility at Leeward
\ Point will offer a special
... i birthday dinner to all
" active duty enlisted
Personnel having a birthS...day during the month of
APRIL. The meal will
consist of STEAK and
LOBSTER with all the trimmings and will be served at 5 p.m., Friday, April 29. Personnel interested in participating in this program must show evidence of birth date (I.D. card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA no later than 4 p.m., April 28.

PSD DISBURSING NOTE - ADVANCE PAY:
Advance pay is regular pay advanced to service members, not to exceed three months' pay, payable upon receipt of PCS orders or not later than 60 days after arrival at the new duty station. Authorization for advance pay is made by a member's commanding officer or his delegated designee. Normal repayment of advance pay may be scheduled for six monthly installments; or for members transferring to high cost areas 12 monthly installments. Advance pay has no correlation to advance per diem.

TRAVEL TO KINGSTON, JAMAICA: ALL travel requests for base resident travel to Jamaica must reach PSD Transportation at least five working days before the flight to ensure manifesting and ticket preparation for cash passengers. Requests received at PSD transportation will be manifested on a first-come, first-served basis.

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

SPACE AVAILABLE KINGSTON/GTMO: Reminder: Anyone desiring to travel space "A" Kingston to GTMO must pay the $10 space "A" charge at PSD transportation, Bldg. 800, prior to departing GTMO for Kingston. This can be done no earlier than 10 days prior to flight date. Passengers must have copy of leave chit/R&R papers when paying for this space
"A" seat.

THE NAVAL LEGAL SERVICE OFFICE Detachment would like to inform all base personnel that effective immediately the procedure for obtaining bills of sale has been changed. The new bill of sale forms do not require the signature of a notary public but the signature of two witnesses, instead. The new bill of sale forms along with appropriate instructions may be obtained from Base Police Headquarters or the Naval Legal Service Office Detachment, Building 760 during normal working hours.


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Wednesday, April 20, 1983 The Daily Gazette

New technology resurrects 'ghostly images'


WASHINGTON (NES)--"The schooner was
filled with the shrieks and cries
of the men to leeward, who were lying jammed under the guns, shotboxes, shot, and other heavy things
that had gone down as the vessel
fell over....
"The water was pouring down the
cabin companionway like a sluice...
I made a spring, therefore, and fell into the water several feet from the place where I had stood.
It is my opinion the schooner sunk
as I left there."
The schooner was the Scourge, a
U.S. Navy vessel.
The setting was Lake Ontaio during the War of 1812, in a raging
squall.
The account came from Seaman Ned
Myers, who had served aboard the armed schooner Scourge which was on lake patrol with another Navy
schooner, the Hamilton.


A1amilton and Scourge

In the early hours of August 8,
1813, the Hamilton and the Scourge
lay becalmed about a quarter-mile
apart and within sight of a British
squadron.
The ships were dangerously top
heavy, loaded with guns and vulnerable to heavy weather.
When a sudden squall ovetook them,
they reeled under the storm's lash,
swamped, and went to the bottom,
carrying all but eight crew members
from each vessle.
Among the survivors was Ned Meyers, who later told the story to
American writer James Fenimore
Cooper.
Sophisticated new technology has
resurrected ghostly images from the
icy depths of Lake Ontario where the
two armed sailing schooners entomb
American seamen lost during the
storm.


Scientists have directed a remotely piloted vehicle carrying cameras and lights to explore and photograph the Hamilton and the Scourge.


Camera Images
The pictures provided by tire RPV camera are, perhaps, the most detailed portraits ever made of ships lying in 300 feet of water.
Those pictures foreshadow a whole new era in underwater exploration.
Based'on thorough historical research, side-scan sonar images made by a Canadian government research vessel confirmed the ship's location in 1975.
The search for the ships was originally sponsored by the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canada Centre for Inland Waters, and the Canadian federal and Ontario governments, with lateral support from the Hamilton-Scourge Foundation and the National Geographic Society.
Their long research has proven fruitful.
The ships lie on the lake bottom as though ready for action -- upright with hulls settling downward, cannons poised, cannonballs lying nearby, cutlasses and boarding axes stowed in easy reach.

The hulls are remarkably intact and will provide a wealth of information to historians and scientists.
Project director Daniel A. Nelson, who pursued the lost ships for 11 years, claims that the Hamilton and the Scourge are three-dimensional blueprints of their time.

The remotely piloted vehicle recorded the sunken ships section by section.
The film and videotape images are remarkably clear despite visibility that was never better than 10 feet.


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Memorable underwater photographs include the gracefully carved figureheads: Diana graces the prow of the 75-foot-long Hamilton and Lord Nelson the 60-foot Scourge.
Both ships were originally named for their figureheads, but were renamed when they were pressed into service by the Navy in 1812.
The RPV brought back some 1,500 still pictures and 23 hours of videotape during six days exploring the Hamilton and the Scourge.
The RPV designer, Chris Nicholson, piloted the vehicle from a cabin aboard a ship on the surface.
Nicholson maintained constant radio contact with National Geographic photographer Emory Kristof in another shack on the surface ship's deck.
Kirstof kept a close watch on the RPV's television monitors and radioed directions to Nicholson who was controlling the RPV.
"We can make adjustments to a
half inch. When the picture on the monitor looks right, I just press the shutter release button," Kristof said,


Deep-water photography and archeology by remote control offers scientists access to the deep waters of the world.
Nicholson said "the technology is available to go to any depth. And 20 years from now with direct control of the vehicle through the human brain and stereovision through advanced color television, we can achieve telepresence, the same thing as being there."


Title goes to Canada

The U.S. Navy, which owned the Hamilton and the Scourge, has transferred title to Canada's city of Hamilton on Lake Ontario.
The city has supported exploration of the ships and has designated a lakefront site where they will one day be displayed if they are brought to the surface.
If the vessels are raised, the officers and seamen who went down with them will be returned to the U.S. Navy for burial with military honors.


Iowa delivery date advanced six months


WASHINGTON (NES)--The delivery date for the battleship USS Iowa has
been advanced six months to June
30, 1984.
As a result, reporting dates for
prospective new crewmembers are also being moved up.

The Iowa, the second battleship
to be reactivated, completed the first stage of overhaul in a New
Orleans dry dock and has been towed
to Pascagoula, Miss., where renovation will continue.
The battleship, which will have
the hull number BB61 when commissioned, now has a 15-member Navy
liaison team of nine officers and six enlisteds who reported in January 1983.
They will be followed by a precommissioning crew of five officers


and 10 enlisteds in August 1983.
Before reporting to the Iowa, the 15-member crew will attend training starting in June 1983 at the Fleet Training Center in Norfolk, Va.

The majority of the crew will arrive between January and May of 1984.
The first of three increments -678 people -- will report in time to take the ship to sea trials.

In March 1984, a 58-member ordnance crew will arrive.
In May 1984, about six weeks before the Iowa is delivered to the Navy, the remaining 766 crewmembers will report.
The Iowa's crew will eventually include 1,500 enlisteds and 60 officers.


Is stringthe onlything you can save?


Bet you couldsave fuel and energy if you tried!


Civilian Personnel Job Opportunities

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS


POSITION AND GRADE


CLOSING DATE


Your OMBUDSMAN... an important role

The OMBUDSMAN's major role can be seen as a link between the command
and its dependents. They serve in a variety of ways; acting as a
two-way communications shuttle, a referral agent, an inter-personal
helper for dependents, and as a liaison with all aspects of the
community.
If something comes up, such as a question or problem you may need 'A assistance with, please call your OMBUDSMAN. They are here to help
in any way possible. Listed here are the OMBUDSMEN for the various
commands in Guantanamo Bay, and their phone numbers:
Naval Base/Station ...... Mrs. Pat Warren.........2227 AT
Naval Air Station ....... Mrs. Pam Smith..........6361 DWH - 6488 AWH
Naval Hospital .......... Mrs. Denise Daniels .... 3565 AT
Fleet Training Group ....Mrs. Beverly Boswell...2445 AT
N.S.G.A./CO.l............Mrs. Carmen Pope........4817 DWH - 2231 AWH
Naval Legal Service Det.Mrs. Gloria Krueger .... 3422 AT VC-10....................Mrs. Judy Kresge........2487 AT
Marine Barracks..........CW04 Dale...............2642 DWH - 2608 AWH
S.I.M.A..................Mrs. Dean Roberts ...... 3757 AT
Red Cross ..............Mrs. Linda Goodman ..... 2785
Commissary Store................................4438


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.


POSITION & GRADE

General Clerk Full Time . -3/$4.21 or LGS-2/$2.34 Sales Clerk Full Time PS-3/$4.ii or LGS-3/$2.93


CLOSING DATE

OPEN OPEN


LOCATION

NEX Warehouse NEX Garage


144-83

145-83 146-83 147-83
148-83 149-83

150-83

134-83-A


Procurement Clerk (Typing), GS/ 27 LGS-I106-o4
Clerk Typist, GS-322-03 27 Secretary (Typing), GSILGS-318-4 27 Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-03 27 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04 27 Air Conditioning Equipment Rep, 27 LWG-5306-08
Lead Data Transcriber, GS/LGS- 27 356-04
Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS- 27 203-04/5


The following positions are permanent registers;


46-83

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


Clerk Typist, LGS/GS-322-03 (Kelly Girl)
Firefigltter (Structural), PS081-03
Telephone Operator, GS/LGS-38202/3
Sales Store Checker, LGSIGS2091-03 INT
Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-ol (FT & PT)
Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA5703-05 INT
Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189-01 Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189-02


COMMAND


April 1983 ROICC


April April April April April


ADMIN OF. PWD Supply Dept PWD PWD


April 1983 Supply Dept April 1983 NBCPO



OPEN All Commands

OPENI Fire Dept

OPEN PWD


OPEN OPEN


Commissary UOPH


OPEN S/S OPEN S/S OPEN 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 ITAF-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


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The Dailv Gazette


'Playoff defense' credited for Boston victory


(AP)--Boston Celtics Coach Bill Fitch called it "playoff defense," and it was defense that Fitch credited for Boston's 103-95 victory over Atlanta in the opening game of their NBA mini-series.
Atlanta Coach Kevin Loughery
talked about defense after the game, as well, saying Dominique Wilkins did a good job on Larry Bird, but Loughery added, "No one man can stop" the Boston forward.

Stanley Cup Playoffs
(AP)--Bryan Trottier missed three games in the Stanley Cup quarterfinals, but in his mind, there is no question he has to be ready for tonight's game at Nassau Coliseum.
With the star center sidelined by a knee injury, the New York Islanders suffered a 3-1 setback to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, Monday night. That win enabled the Rangers to square the series at two games apiece and Rangers defenseman Dave Maloney says even a club as deep as the Islanders sooner or later will miss a player of Trottier's caliber.
The Sabres and Bruins, also deadlocked at two games apiece, play the pivotal fifth game in their best-of-seven series at Boston.
The Oilers, with a 3-1 game lead, try to eliminate the Calgary Flames in Edmonton, and the Chicago Black Hawks, needing one more win for a return trip to the Campbell Conference Finals, host the Minnesota North Stars.


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 re4t 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 AWE.

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.
Need sponsor in housing to keep my son in GTMO. Am bringing him down in July. He is 14 years old, a very good boy, quiet, and has good sense. For further discussion please call 3561 DWH and ask for MS2 Graves.

Free
Desk, needs repair; table, needs repair. Call 4401 AT.

Will clean house for final inspection. Please call 2630 AT.

For Sale
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 AMSI 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.
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.


Bird and Quinn Buckner provided the points near the end of the game as the Celtics pulled away from an 87-87 tie. Bird scored eight of his 26 points in the final three and one-half minutes, and Buckner scored all six of his points in that stretch.
Robert Parish added 18 points for the Celtics. Bird also pulled down 15 rebounds. Dan Roundfield led Atlanta's scoring with 24 points.
Phoenix shut down Alex English and the Denver Nuggets 121-108 in the opening game of their Western Conference mini-series. The Suns held the NBA scoring champion to 16 points--about 12 below his season average.
Dennis Johnson led the Suns with 28 points. Kiki Vandeweghe scored 32 for the Nuggets. Denver jumped to a 9-point lead in the first quarter, but by halftime, Phoenix was on top to stay.
Two other best-of-three miniseries open tonight when Portland plays Seattle and New York visits New Jersey.


Tennis
(UPI)--Billie Jean King and Hana Mandlikova moved into the quarterfinals of the $200,000 Tournament of Champions at Haines City, Fla.
King eliminated Alycia Moulton, 6-2, 6-3, and Mandlikova defeated Laura Arraya of Peru, 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.


Baseball
(AP)--Weather played havoc with the Major League Baseball schedule yesterday and in one game that took place, Toronto played havoc with Cleveland pitcher Dan Spillner in the bottom of the ninth.
With the Blue Jays trailing 7-5 and two men out, Cliff Johnson drilled a gamq-tying, two-run homer. After Buck Martinez reached on an infield single, Lloyd Moseby popped his second home run of the game to give Toronto a 9-7 victory.
AMERICAN
Toronto 9 Cleveland 7 Baltimore 4 Texas 2 Chicago 13 New York 3 Minnesota 6 Seattle 2
NATIONAL
Houston 6 Cincinnati 5 Atlanta 9 San Diego 2

Navy Relief
A skating party for Navy Relief is being sponsored by NAVSTA GTMO Public Works Department to raise funds for Navy Relief. The skating party will be held at McCalla hanger on April 24, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission will be .50c, and skate rentals will have to be arranged at the Special Services gear locker at Cooper field. Refreshments will be in abundance and music will be provided by Ernie.


classifieds

Clasuified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail 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.


Honda 250 Motosport. Can be used as a street or dirt bike. Call 4842 DWH or 3472 AWH.
Seven-foot, colorful sofa, excellent condition, $200. Will sell or trade. Call Gary at 2183.

'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.

White washer and dryer, $175; harvest gold dishwasher with pot scrubber and butcher block top, $200; china cabinet, Danish modern, $100; 12 ft. aluminum john boat with paddles, life jacket and 5hp motor, $150; assorted OMC outboard motor parts, $35. Call 3757 AWH.

Eleven 78 R.P.M. lp's. 1936 Beethoven Symphony #5, 1938 Nut Cracker Suite, 1938 Schuberts Unfinished Symphony #8, 1941 Rhapsody in Blub, $100. Call 3757 AWH.

'76 Oldsmobile "98" Regency. Crushed velvet seats, interior in great condition. PS, PB, A/C, needs a little body work, $2000. Call 4445 AT. Serious inquiries only.

Peavy 4-channel mixing amp, reverb, effects jack, $225; S.G. style guitar, hard shell case, brand new, $175. Negotiable. Call Tom at 4873 AT.

10xI6 fiberglass pontoon boat with 40 hp Johnson motor, $950. Call 4202 or 4169,WH 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 have to drive, I'm too drunk to walk!"


'73 Buick LeSabre, $750. Available April 22. Call 2426 AT.
Girl's three-speek bike, $25; Kenmore dishwasher, good condition, $125; blue rug, 9x12, $50; picnic table, $5; two Spanish chairs, $10 ea.; almost new 12x24 rust colored rug, $280 ($400 new); gold Duster, good running condition. Call 4401 AT.

Maple dining room set: table and six chairs. Brand new - was used three times since shipped to GTMO, $400 firm. Call 4445 AT. 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 sellall $145 or consider swap for scuba equipment. Interested i 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


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DAILY ENERGY USAGE

Water Electricity
Use: 924,000 Gallons Use: 238,900 KWH
$5,799 $24,019


Target: 1,000,000 Gallons
.$6,276

Total
Use: $29,818 Target: $30,861


Target- 244,525 KWH
$24,585



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Wednesday, April 20, .1983

Reef Raiders
The Reef Raiders is sponsoring a group dive and champagne breakfast for members only on Sunday, April 24, at Cable Beach. The dive will start at 7:00 a.m. with breakfast being served at 9:00 a.m. All food and drink will be provided by the Reef Raiders and attendees should sign up at the dive shack by 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 22. Participants should bring electric griddles and frying pans and be prepared to help with the cooking. For more infoxmation contact Sherry at 4172 DWH, or 2545 AWE.


Local Sports Notes
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.

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.

'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, 11i', 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.


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GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba [Volume 38 Number 73 Wednesday, April 20, 1983 Navy Relief Radiothon set for Apr. 25-29 The 1983 Navy Relief Radiothon will begin at 6 a.m., Monday, April 25 and run until midnight, Friday, April 29 on 1340 Radio. During this more than 100 hours Q continuous live entertainment, -steners may make pledges to have their favorite songs played, have other songs bumped, or challenge their friends to perform wild antics. All proceeds will go to Navy Relief. It takes just $1.00 to request a song of 5 min. 30 sec. duration or less. For longer selections, a $2.00 pledge is required. If you happen to dislike what's playing, you can bump the song by pledging twice the amount the individual pledged to have it played. One difference this year, though, will be that requests to play another selection will have to be made separately to the pledge to bump the song currently playing (i.e., if you make a pledge to bump "The Marine Corps Hymn," you will have to make another pledge in order to hear "Anchors Aweigh"). Also, you may request three songs, back-to-back for $10 or five songs back-to-back for $15. This can be the same song played three or five times in a row, if you so desire. Then there are "sustaining selections." For a pledge of $100, you can have any song you choose played at a set time every hour (following the news, for example). Your selection will be played each hour until someone else doubles your pledge to have it bumped. 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. When you make a pledge challenging someone to perform some amusing stunt, you should remember to keep your request in good taste, make safety a prime consideration, and use common sense. (In other words,don't challenge your boss to walk through the Northeast Gate!)Incidentally, the names of all persons calling in pledges will be announced on the air. The computer class at W. T. Sampson High School will be compiling a program of this year's pledges, and making a computer printout. This will aid in the collection of pledges. Again, use good sense--don't pledge more than you can afford! The culmination of the 1983 Navy Relief Fund Drive will take place on May Day (Sunday, May 1) at Phillips Park, where, among the many attractions, there will be a collection booth to collect pledges made during the Radiothon. Last year, 84.8 percent of the pledges made were collected--$17,000 out of a total of $20,047.91 pledged. The Radiothon was the single most successful effort to raise money for Navy Relief in 1982, accounting for 47.8 percent of the total collected. GTMO's 1983 Navy Relief Fund Drive is being sponsored by the U.S. Naval Hospital. Newscast wins award for NBS Det. Six by J02 Lee Holloway For the fourth consecutive year, the news department at Navy Broadcasting Service Detachment Six has taken the coveted Thomas Jefferson (TJ) Award. The TJ is awarded to service internal information media personnel for professional excellence, outstanding achievement in promoting a fuller understanding of the mission of the U.S. Armed Forces, and informing military personnel of the events of the times, their heritage as American citizens, and the vital role they play in the defense of the nation and t servation of peace. Captain M. D. Fitzgerald, mander Naval Base, presented bust of Jefferson and a pla the local detachment. Two of the people respons for the winning newscast we Kathy Checkley, Newsroom Di and her husband, J02 John C who is in charge of TV prod "But it was really an 'al effort," John says, "involv engineers, television techno crews, newsroom personnel-our secretary up front." AOLl~ NAVY BROADCASTING DETACHMENT SIX: FRONT ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT) Jerry Kennedy, Chief Engineer; JOCS Jim Dewater, Station Man Ms. Betty Baxter, Secretary; ETC Wes Smith, Operations Chief Michael Yonish, RCA Tech Rep. Second Row: J02 Bradv Bautch Larry Grant, IC3 Frank Butler, ETI Tim Miller, J03 Sam Spear Joe Lyon and J03 Julia Tice. Third Row: Jo2 Nancy Smith, JC Kathy Checkley, IC2 Mark Quella, IC2 Dave Luberda, J03 Zernie Moses, ICi Dave May and J02 John Checklev. Back row: DM2 GE Franks, IC2 Michael Jackson, JOl J.J. Smith, J02 Rex Kramer, Dave Harris and JOSH Eric James. Not pictured is JO1 James Sackey. (Official U.S. Navy photo) he preGTMO is unique in that it is the only AFRTS broadcasting detachment Comthat has an "all local" newscast. d the But like its counterparts around que to the world, NBS Det. Six is faced with the problem of trying to please a widely diversified audiible fence. re J02 TV-B, with only 45 square miles rector, of land and water from which to heckley, glean news, airs its local news uct ion. program only once a week--on NonL1 hands' day night. ing the 'ig th "This way," John says, "we're ical able to cover a good variety of -even topic s--everything from the Marines the elementary school--keeping everyone relatively happy." The winning newscast included the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy's visit to GTMO with a local tie-in highlighting the frockings of chief petty officers. Kathy and John have been at NBS Det. Six since July 1981, but they will be leaving GTMO this summer for instructor duties at the Defense Information School in Indianapolis, Ind. Kathy says they are looking forward to "this challenging duty." Cubans deny spying NEW YORK (UPI)--The United States has ordered two Cuban diplomats out of the country for "blatant" espionage. The accused diplomats were given 48 hours to leave and are banned for life from returning. In Washington, State Department ager; spokesman Alan Romberg described and the activities of the two Cubans as pK2 "blatant and directed against this IC countryy" 2 However, Cuba's ambassador to the eUN rejected the charge. A source eorge close to the Cuban Mission says the J02 ambassador will contest the expulsions until evidence of spying is produced by U.S. authorities. New wage schedules For non-U.S. citizens The Department of Defense Wage Fixing Authority has approved new wage schedules for non-U.S. citizen employees of the Naval Base. The effective date of the increases will be retroactive to Feb. 6. The new wage rates are based on the Wage Change Survey conducted in Jamaica in Dec. 1982. The new wage schedules have not been received, but a summary of increases are as follows: The average scheduled increase to base rates of pay for ungraded (Blue Collar) employees is approximately $0.56 per hour or 15.37 percent. The corresponding increase for the graded (White Collar) employees is approximately $0.72 per hour or 14.52 percent. With this increase, there is total compensation comparability with the Jamaican private sector. The separate benefit allowance contains payment for NIS, life insurance, pension and other case payments (meals, laundry, uniforms, transportation and bonuses) not provided by the U.S. Navy. Upon receipt of the official wage schedules, administrative grocessing of the increases will begin. However, due to the tremendous administrative processing requirement, there will be a considerable delay in receipt of the retroactive pay and increase on the individual pay checks. This delay could be as long as four to six pay periods. Former employees who terminated after Feb. 6 will be entitled to retroactive pay for all hours in a pay status after Feb. 6. Again, there will be considerable delay in receipt of this retroactive pay. News Digest WASHINGTON (AP)--Figures to be released today by the government are expected to show that the economy has been growing at its fastest pace in two years. The report is the inflation-adjusted gross national product during the first quarter of this year. MOSCOW (UPI)--The Soviet news agency, Tass, criticized President Reagan's MX missile program today as an escalation of the nuclear arms race. The government-run news agency says the new rockets are intended as a "first-strike strategic weapon" against the Soviet Union. WASHINGTON (AP)--Senate opponents of tax withholding on interest and dividends are confident they have the votes to defy President Reagan and postpone the plan. A measure to put it off by at least four years could win Senate passage today. BEIRUT (AP)--There is speculation that the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut may have been an attempt to kill U.S. Envoy Philip Habib and his assistant, Morris Draper. Lebanon's privately-owned Central News Agency is offering that theory, saying Habib and Draper missed the explosion because they were delayed at Lebanon's presidential palace. At least 47 people, including 16 Americans, are believed to have died in the embassy blast. WASHINGTON (AP)--The FBI says the number of serious crimes reported in the U.S. dropped 4 percent last year. It was the sharpest decline in five years. The report says murder, robbery and rape were all down 3 percent from 1981. Energy Tip of the Day Have you checked your refrigerator and freezer coils? They may be in need of cleaning.

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Page 2 MOTHER'S DAY FLOWERS ~A)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 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. THE SECURITY DEPARTMENT HAS IN ITS possession the following items: two men's watches, one woman's watch, one woman's ring, two cameras, one surf board, one dive mask, one pair swim fins, one snorkel. If you are missing any of these items and can identify your property, contact Criminal Investigations Division at 4168 DWH or come by Security Department to identify. THE CUBAN COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP Party will be April 30 from 6 p.m. till Midnight. Tickets are on sale for $10 each and the menu will consist of Roast Pig, Chicken Friccasse, Macaroni Salads, Rice and Chicken, Rice and Beans, Mixed Salads, Potato Salads and Hot Rolls. Remember, it's for a worthy cause. THERE ARE VOLUNTEER OPENINGS IN various places on base. The majority serve at the hospital, the Red Cross office, assist the school nurse at the elementary school and in teaching Nursing and Safety courses. 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: Navy Relief layettes cost money. FACT: The layette items provided for infants are always given at no charge to Naval Service families who need them. Servicemembers should apply in person toward the end of the pregnancy. As a budget is done at that time, it is preferable that the servicewife come The Daily Gazette Special Announcements IN CELEBRATION OF MOTHER'S DAY the Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring their first annual Mother's Day Dinner Dance on May 7th at the Fleet Reserve Association. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until 1 a.m. For just $16 per couple or $8 per single you get a steamship round dinner with all the trimmings, beverages and music by Sugar Bear. Tickets can be purchased from any Knight or for more information call Al or Jane Stiles at 3127 AT. FOR CHAMPUS INFORMATION, CALL THE CHAMPUS Advisor (NMC Daniels) at 7235. 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. THE QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE HEALTH Care Consumer's Council will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 26, in the Education Classroom at the hospital. TMT BARGE SCHEDULE -IN ORDER TO reduce congestion in the area around Wharf Bravo, it will be necessary to schedule a threeweek barge cycle, on a one time basis, during the period of May 23 to June 13. The barge will resume its normal arrival schedule (every other Monday) on June 13. By making the above change, barge arrivals will no longer coincide with civilian payday and attendant congestion in front of the bank. The Navy Exchange, Commissary, and Supply Department are placing increased orders so as to accommodate the three-week cycles without adverse impact on the community. 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 ANYONE INTERESTED IN TAKING THE GRE Advanced Test in Chemistry should call the Navy Campus Office at 4769 this week. The test will be given at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, April 25, and the cost is $35. THE NAVY CAMPUS OFFICE IS DESPERately in need of the following items: one 2-drawer file cabinet, one desk chair; one bulletin board, one or two literature racks, one or two bookcases, one plexiglass carpet protector, several electric fans, current educational guides, reference books, etc. We operate on a budget of $40 per quarter which barely covers necessary expendables such as paper and pens. Meanwhile, we serve the entire GTMO community civilians and Marines, as well as Navy personnel. Any individuals, clubs, or Commands wishing to give more than lip-service to off-duty education programs are encouraged to donate one or more of the above listed items. Please call Ms. Reynolds, ext. 4769, if you can help. NEW TO GTMO AND WONDERING HOW TO make the best use of your time down here? With the wide selection of courses offered by LA Metro College there is no reason not to earn those college credits while giving yourself the satisfaction of knowing you're working to improve your future. Registration for the upcoming classes begins May 16th. Call 4307/4748 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. C Activities too. GIRL SCOUT LEADERS: THERE WILL BE ATTENTION VIDE( ThT D[n fl a very important meetthe next meet i uuut LJ-~1L~uing of all leaders place on the rE G A E T and assistant by-laws. This Leaders at the meeting as augF GAZETTE Girl Scout Nut taken from clul on Sunday, April club members or 24, at 3 p.m. It is further improve Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,very important meetowners, (Beta Capai Marie 0 Ftzgrad, ing as we must discuss the closing encouraged to Commander, U.S. Naval Base of the year activities and elect on Wednesday, a new hoard. Anyone not involved p.m. at the Ma, Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard.in scouting but would like to room and join .Public Affairs Officer attend and become involved, is GTMO's fastest Ens. Christy McCollom.invited. For further information, further inform bE.,L4 li s Offer call Pen at 2307 AWN. or meeting con .Asst. Pubi c rrairs V ie JOC Lew Reed. .Public Affairs Staff Supervisor 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 Departmnt of the Navy. YOU HAVE AN INSECURITY COMPLEX--VERY SIMPLE TO OVERCAME--JUST BUY US. SAVINGS BONDS FOR REAL SEUIY//GEAT! I'LL -PAYROLL SAVIN PLAN TODAY' A-A ly J.J. Smith at THE LIVE BAND to play at the and 23. "Rock our live enter ATTENTION GTMO There will be Meeting on Apr 6:30 p.m. At 7 we will square dance to the M O CLUB MEMBERS: AT ng, voting will take evised constitution/ is a very important gestions will be b members and non on ways and means to e our club. VCR and VHS), are come to the meeting April 20, at 7:30 rine Barracks Classin on the fun of growing club. For ation about the club tact Bob at 3708 or 3371 AWH. "CROSSFIRE" IS UNABLE CPO Club on April 22 in Doc" will provide tainment this weekend. SWINGERS: 41 a Board ril 23 at 7:30 p .m. e 'em up and Mystery Caller. Wednesday, April 20, 1983 FLOWERS FOR YOUR FAVORITE MOM! The Leeward Point Civic Council announces "Mother's Day" special offer. The Civic Council is taking orders for red roses, mixed cut flowers, and small potted plants to be delivered from Jacksonville by air to GTMO on Saturday, May 7, just in time for Mother's Day. $15 per dozen for long-stemmed red roses is one example of the outstanding prices offered. Call Chief Barret at 6258 DWH or 6281 AWH or Lt. Sawyers at 6268 DWH and 6402 AWN for all the information. Only confirmed orders, paid .in advance can be taken. All orders must be in NLT May 3. Show your appreciation for your favorite mom(s), place your order today. Delivery information will be forthcoming. \4 THE NAVAL STATION ENLISTED S Dining Facility and the Branch Facility at Leeward Point will offer a special birthday dinner to all active duty enlisted personnel having a birthday during the month of APRIL. The meal will consist of STEAK and LOBSTER with all the trimmings and will be served at 5 p.m., Friday, April 29. Personnel interested in participating in this program must show evidence of birth date (I.D. card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA no later than 4 p.m., April 28. PSD DISBURSING NOTE -ADVANCE PAY: Advance pay is regular pay advanced to service members, not to exceed three months' pay, payable upon receipt of PCS orders or not later than 60 days after arrival at the new duty station. Authorization for advance pay is made by a member's commanding officer or his delegated designee. Normal repayment of advance pay may be scheduled for six monthly installments; or for members transferring to high cost areas 12 monthly installments. Advance pay has no correlation to advance per diem. TRAVEL TO KINGSTON, JAMAICA: ALL travel requests for base resident travel to Jamaica must reach PSD Transportation at least five working days before the flight to ensure manifesting and ticket preparation for cash passengers. Requests received at PSD transportation will be manifested on a first-come, first-served basis. 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. SPACE AVAILABLE KINGSTON/GTMO: Reminder: Anyone desiring to travel space "A" Kingston to GTMO must pay the $10 space "A" charge at PSD transportation, Bldg. 800, prior to departing GTMO for Kingston. This can be done no earlier than 10 days prior to flight date. Passengers must have copy of leave chit/R&R papers when paying for this space "A" seat. THE NAVAL LEGAL SERVICE OFFICE Detachment would like to inform all base personnel that effective immediately the procedure for obtaining bills of sale has been changed. The new bill of sale forms do not require the signature of a notary public but the signature of two witnesses, instead. The new bill of sale forms along with appropriate instructions may be obtained from Base Police Headquarters or the Naval Legal Service Office Detachment, Building 760 during normal working hours.

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Wednesday, April 20, 1983 Te Daily Gazette New technology resurrects 'ghostly images' WASHINGTON (NES)--"The schooner was filled with the shrieks and cries of the men to leeward, who were lying jammed under the guns, shotboxes, shot, and other heavy things that had gone down as the vessel fell over. "The water was pouring down the cabin companionway like a sluice. I made a spring, therefore, and fell into the water several feet from the place where I had stood. It is my opinion the schooner sunk as I left there." The schooner was the Scourge, a U.S. Navy vessel. The setting was Lake Ontaio during the War of 1812, in a raging squall. The account came from Seaman Ned Myers, who had served aboard the armed schooner Scourge which was on lake patrol with another Navy schooner, the Hamilton. 1amilton and Scourge In the early hours of August 8, 1813, the Hamilton and the Scourge lay becalmed about a quarter-mile apart and within sight of a British squadron. The ships were dangerously top heavy, loaded with guns and vulnerable to heavy weather. When a sudden squall ovetook them, they reeled under the storm's lash, swamped, and went to the bottom, carrying all but eight crew members from each vessle. Among the survivors was Ned Meyers, who later told the story to American writer James Fenimore Cooper. Sophisticated new technology has resurrected ghostly images from the icy depths of Lake Ontario where the two armed sailing schooners entomb American seamen lost during the storm. Scientists have directed a remotely piloted vehicle carrying cameras and lights to explore and photograph the Hamilton and the Scourge. Camera Images The pictures provided by the RPV camera are, perhaps, the most detailed portraits ever made of ships lying in 300 feet of water. Those pictures foreshadow a whole new era in underwater exploration. Based on thorough historical research, side-scan sonar images made by a Canadian government research vessel confirmed the ship's location in 1975. The search for the ships was originally sponsored by the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canada Centre for Inland Waters, and the Canadian federal and Ontario governments, with lateral support from the Hamilton-Scourge Foundation and the National Geographic Society. Their long research has proven fruitful. The ships lie on the lake bottom as though ready for action -upright with hulls settling downward, cannons poised, cannonballs lying nearby, cutlasses and boarding axes stowed in easy reach. The hulls are remarkably intact and will provide a wealth of information to historians and scientists. Project director Daniel A. Nelson, who pursued the lost ships for 11 years, claims that the Hamilton and the Scourge are three-dimensional blueprints of their time. The remotely piloted vehicle recorded the sunken ships section by section. The film and videotape images are remarkably clear despite visibility that was never better than 10 feet. Page 3 Toronto (York a Lake Ontarlo 1/AMI!TON AND SCOURGE WRECKS blamilto Port Dalhous t.Niagara GriF t. George St Catharines Lewiston Falls ONTARIO NEWYORK Ft. Eric Buffalo Lake0oKM 20 Erie MILES 20 @183 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Memorable underwater photographs include the gracefully carved figureheads: Diana graces the prow of the 75-foot-long Hamilton and Lord Nelson the 60-foot Scourge. Both ships were originally named for their figureheads, but were renamed when they were pressed into service by the Navy in 1812. The RPV brought back some 1,500 still pictures and 23 hours of videotape during six days exploring the Hamilton and the Scourge. The RPV designer, Chris Nicholson, piloted the vehicle from a cabin aboard a ship on the surface. Nicholson maintained constant radio contact with National Geographic photographer Emory Kristof in another shack on the surface ship's deck. Kirstof kept a close watch on the RPV's television monitors and radioed directions to Nicholson who was controlling the RPV. "We can make adjustments to a half inch. When the picture on the monitor looks right, I just press the shutter release button," Kristof said. SOCIETY Deep-water photography and archeology by remote control offers scientists access to the deep waters of the world. Nicholson said "the technology is available to go to any depth. And 20 years from now with direct control of the vehicle through the human brain and stereovision through advanced color television, we can achieve telepresence, the same thing as being there." Title goes to Canada The U.S. Navy, which owned the Hamilton and the Scourge, has transferred title to Canada's city of Hamilton on Lake Ontario. The city has supported exploration of the ships and has designated a lakefront site where they will one day be displayed if they are brought to the surface. If the vessels are raised, the officers and seamen who went down with them will be returned to the U.S. Navy for burial with military honors. Iowa delivery date advanced six months WASHINGTON (NES)--The delivery date for the battleship USS Iowa has been advanced six months to June 30, 1984. As a result, reporting dates for prospective new crewmembers are also being moved up. The Iowa, the second battleship to be reactivated, completed the first stage of overhaul in a New Orleans dry dock and has been towed to Pascagoula, Miss., where renovation will continue. The battleship, which will have the hull number BB61 when commissioned, now has a 15-member Navy liaison team of nine officers and six enlisteds who reported in January 1983. They will be followed by a precommissioning crew of five officers and 10 enlisteds in August 1983. Before reporting to the Iowa, the 15-member crew will attend training starting in June 1983 at the Fleet Training Center in Norfolk, Va. The majority of the crew will arrive between January and May of 1984. The first of three increments -678 people -will report in time to take the ship to sea trials. In March 1984, a 58-member ordnance crew will arrive. In May 1984, about six weeks before the Iowa is delivered to the Navy, the remaining 766 crewmembers will report. The Iowa's crew will eventually include 1,500 enlisteds and 60 officers. Your OMBUDSMAN. an important role The OMBUDSMAN's major role can be seen as a link between the command and its dependents. They serve in a variety of ways; acting as a two-way communications shuttle, a referral agent, an inter-personal helper for dependents, and as a liaison with all aspects of the community. If something comes up, such as a question or problem you may need .assistance with, please call your OMBUDSMAN. They are here to help in any way possible. Listed here are the OMBUDSMEN for the various commands in Guantanamo Bay, and their phone numbers: Naval Base/Station.Mrs. Pat Warren.2227 AT Naval Air Station.Mrs. Pam Smith.6361 DWH -6488 AWH Naval Hospital.Mrs. Denise Daniels.3565 AT Fleet Training Group .Mrs. Beverly Boswell. .2445 AT N.S.G.A./CO.l.Mrs. Carmen Pope.4817 OWN -2231 AWN Naval Legal Service Det.Mrs. Gloria Krueger.3422 AT VC-10.Mrs. Judy Kresge.2487 AT Marine Barracks.CW04 Dale.2642 OWN -2608 AWN S.I.M.A.Mrs. Dean Roberts.3757 AT Red Cross.Mrs. Linda Goodman.2785 Commissary Store. 4438 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. Is string the only thing you can save? Bet you could save fuel and energy if you tried! 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 144-83 145-83 146-83 147-83 148-83 149-83 150-83 134-83-A The following 46-83 18-83 38-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-22-83 NAF-19-83 NAF-18-83 POSITION AND GRADE Procurement Clerk (Typing), GS/ LGS-1106-04 Clerk Typist, GS-322-03 Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-4 Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-03 Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04 Air Conditioning Equipment Rep, LWG-5306-08 Lead Data Transcriber, GS/LGS356-04 Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-04/5 positions are permanent registers; Clerk Typist, LGS/GS-322-03 (Kelly Girl) Firefighter (Structural), PS081-03 Telephone Operator, GS/LGS-38202/3 Sales Store Checker, LGS/GS2091-03 TNT Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-01 (FT & PT) Motor Vehicle Operator, LWG/NA5703-05 TNT Child Care Attn, PS/LGO-0189-01 Child Care Attn, PS/LGS-0189-02 CLOSING DATE COMMAND 27 April 1983 ROICC 27 27 27 27 27 April 1983 April 1983 April 1983 April 1983 April 1983 ADMIN OF. PWD Supply Dept PWD PWD 27 April 1983 Supply Dept 27 April 1983 NBCPO OPEN All Commands OPEN Fire Dept OPEN PWD OPEN Commissary OPEN OPEN UOPH S/S OPEN S/S OPEN S/S POSITION & GRADE General Clerk Full Time AS-3/$4.21 or LGS-2/$2.34 Sales Clerk Full Time PS-3/$1.11 or LGS-3/$2.93 CLOSING DATE OPEN OPEN APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: LOCATION NAF-25-83 NEX Warehouse 17-83 NAF-31-82 NAF-27-83 NEX arare 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 CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS -,

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'Playoff defense' credited for Boston victory Ti Reef Raiders (AP)--Boston Celtics Coach Bill Fitch called it "playoff defense," and it was defense that Fitch credited for Boston's 103-95 victory over Atlanta in the opening game of their NBA mini-series. Atlanta Coach Kevin Loughery talked about defense after the game, as well, saying Dominique Wilkins did a good job on Larry Bird, but Loughery added, "No one man can stop" the Boston forward. Stanley Cup Playoffs (AP)--Bryan Trottier missed three games in the Stanley Cup quarterfinals, but in his mind, there is no question he has to be ready for tonight's game at Nassau Coliseum. With the star center sidelined by a knee injury, the New York Islanders suffered a 3-1 setback to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, Monday night. That win enabled the Rangers to square the series at two games apiece and Rangers defenseman Dave Maloney says even a club as deep as the Islanders sooner or later will miss a player of Trottier's caliber. The Sabres and Bruins, also deadlocked at two games apiece, play the pivotal fifth game in their best-of-seven series at Boston. The Oilers, with a 3-1 game lead, try to eliminate the Calgary Flames in Edmonton, and the Chicago Black Hawks, needing one more win for a return trip to the Campbell Conference Finals, host the Minnesota North Stars. 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 rept 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. Need sponsor in housing to keep my son in GTMO. Am bringing him down in July. He is 14 years old, a very good boy, quiet, and has good sense. For further discussion please call 3561 DWH and ask for MS2 Graves. Free Desk, needs repair; table, needs repair. Call 4401 AT. Will clean house for final inspection. Please call 2630 AT. For Sale 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. 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. Honda 250 Motosport. Can be used as a street or dirt bike. Call 4842 DWH or 3472 AWH. Seven-foot, colorful sofa, excellent condition, $200. Will sell or trade. Call Gary at 2183. '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. White washer and dryer, $175; harvest gold dishwasher with pot scrubber and butcher block top, $200; china cabinet, Danish modern, $100; 12 ft. aluminum john boat with paddles, life jacket and 5hp motor, $150; assorted OMC outboard motor parts, $35. Call 3757 AWH. Eleven 78 R.P.M. 1p's. 1936 Beethoven Symphony #5, 1938 Nut Cracker Suite, 1938 Schuberts Unfinished Symphony #8, 1941 Rhapsody in Blub, $100. Call 3757 AWH. '76 Oldsmobile "98" Regency. Crushed velvet seats, interior in great condition. PS, PB, A/C, needs a little body work, $2000. Call 4445 AT. Serious inquiries only. Peavy 4-channel mixing amp, reverb, effects jack, $225; S.G. style guitar, hard shell case, brand new, $175. Negotiable. Call Tom at 4873 AT. 10x16 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 AWNH. '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 have to drive, I'm too drunk to walk!" '73 Buick LeSabre, $750. Available April 22. Call 2426 AT. Girl's three-speek bike, $25; Kenmore dishwasher, good condition, $125; blue rug, 9x12, $50; picnic table, $5; two Spanish chairs, $10 ea.; almost new 12x24 rust colored rug, $280 ($400 new); gold Duster, good running condition. Call 4401 AT. Maple dining room set: table and six chairs. Brand new -was used three times since shipped to GTMO, $400 firm. Call 4445 AT. 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 ir. 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. r---l iV NF I VAL I I LbE Use: Target: Water 924,000 G $5,799 1,000,000 $6,276 Use: Target: Bird and Quinn Buckner provided the points near the end of the game as the Celtics pulled away from an 87-87 tie. Bird scored eight of his 26 points in the final three and one-half minutes, and Buckner scored all six of his points in that stretch. Robert Parish added 18 points for the Celtics. Bird also pulled down 15 rebounds. Dan Roundfield led Atlanta's scoring with 24 points. Phoenix shut down Alex English and the Denver Nuggets 121-108 in the opening game of their Western Conference mini-series. The Suns held the NBA scoring champion to 16 points--about 12 below his season average. Dennis Johnson led the Suns with 28 points. Kiki Vandeweghe scored 32 for the Nuggets. Denver jumped to a 9-point lead in the first quarter, but by halftime, Phoenix was on top to stay. Two other best-of-three miniseries open tonight when Portland plays Seattle and New York visits New Jersey. Tennis (UPI)--Billie Jean King and Hana Mandlikova moved into the quarterfinals of the $200,000 Tournament of Champions at Haines City, Fla. King eliminated Alycia Moulton, 6-2, 6-3, and Mandlikova defeated Laura Arrays of Peru, 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail 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. Baseball (AP)--Weather played havoc with the Major League Baseball schedule yesterday and in one game that took place, Toronto played havoc with Cleveland pitcher Dan Spillner in the bottom of the ninth. With the Blue Jays trailing 7-5 and two men out, Cliff Johnson drilled a gamp-tying, two-run homer. After Buck Martinez reached on an infield single, Lloyd Moseby popped his second home run of the game to give Toronto a 9-7 victory. AMERICAN Toronto 9 Cleveland 7 Baltimore 4 Texas 2 Chicago 13 New York 3 Minnesota 6 Seattle 2 NATIONAL Houston 6 Cincinnati 5 Atlanta 9 San Diego 2 Navy Relief A skating party for Navy Relief is being sponsored by NAVSTA GTMO Public Works Department to raise funds for Navy Relief. The skating party will be held at McCalla hanger on April 24, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission will be .50q, and skate rentals will have to be arranged at the Special Services gear locker at Cooper field. Refreshments will be in abundance and music will be provided by Ernie. The Daily Gazette Page 4 Wednesday, April 20, .1983 The Reef Raiders is sponsoring a group dive and champagne breakfast for members only on Sunday, April 24, at Cable Beach. The dive will start at 7:00 a.m. with breakfast being served at 9:00 a.m. All food and drink will be provided by the Reef Raiders and attendees should sign up at the dive shack by 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 22. Participants should bring electric griddles and frying pans and be prepared to help with the cooking. For more information contact Sherry at 4172 DWH, or 2545 AWH. Local Sports Notes 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. 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. '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. RGY USAGE Electricity allons Use: 238,900 KWH $24,019 Gallons Target: 244,525 KWH $24,585 Total $29,818 CwaterCondition $30,861 Chartie Ill 9


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