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LANTFLT's oldest active ship visits GTMO


The Atlantic Fleet's oldest active ship, the USS Vulcan (AR-5), arrived in Guantanamo Bay last Friday to begin her post-overhaul training.

The 41-year-old repair vessel, commanded by Capt. James E. McConville, USN, first visited Guantanamo Bay over forty years ago in the early summer of 1941, within a month of her commissioning.
Vulcan recently completed an extensive overhaul, from January 1982 to February 1983, in Boston.
Vulcan is the third U.S. Navy ship to bear the name of the ancient Roman god of fire and


metalworking.
During the Spanish-American War, the first Vulcan arrived in Guantanamo Bay on July 1, 1898 to join the American fleet under Commodore Winfield Scott Schley (1839-1911), which later proceeded to the water off nearby Santiago.

Recognized by the Naval Historical Center as the "Fleet's first repair ship," Vulcan played a valuable support role during and after the battle of Santiago de Cuba (July 3, 1898) in which the Spanish fleet was defeated, driven ashore, and beached.
In the years before World War


I, Guantanamo Bay was a regular port-of-call for the second Vulcan (Collier no. 5), a coal ship that was in commission from 1909 to 1921.
USS Vulcan (AR-5) saw extensive service in the North Atlantic, North African, and Pacific theatres during the World War II.
Vulcan supported the American naval forces in its quarantine of Cuba during the 1962 missile crisis. In November 1978, Vulcan became one of the first ships in the U.S. Navy to have women assigned aboard. Vulcan is homeported in Norfolk and is a member of Service Group Two.


GAZETTE

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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Volume 38 Number 74 Thursday, April 21, 1983 Lebanon

No leads on suspects1* delegation sent


BEIRUT (AP)--The workers sifting
through the rubble of the U.S.
Embassy in Beirut pulled six more
bodies from the debris overnight
and early today, five of them
Americans.
Their work was interrupted
briefly this morning when shots were fired near the British Embassy, a short distance from
the U.S. Embassy.
A U.S. Marine spokesman says
the shots were fired by Lebanese
soldiers at a speeding vehicle
a nearby highway. No injuries
-Were reported.
In all, 49 people are believed
to have died in the embassy
bombing. And as searchers continue to comb the ruins, authorities continue to search for
those responsible for the blast.
Police sources say four Lebanese
have been questioned, but as
witnesses, not as suspects.
And they now say the four were
released today, along with several
others who were called in to
verify their testimony.
Police say no one else is under
arrest or in custody in connection
with the embassy bombing.
U.S. officials say 17 Americans
are either known or presumed dead


No power outage

The scheduled power outage for
preventive maintenance of the Gold Hill Substation has been
cancelled due to the satisfactory
condition of the substation.
The outage was scheduled for
today, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00
,.m. The following areas will
it be affected: Gold Hill UEPH, 161complexes; Gold Hill Galley; PWD carpenter shop; Bldg. 688,
material storage; Bldg. 972,
utilities; JPJ Hill, Company L; magazine ordnance; radio range
bldg. 1892, BCT; radio range bldg.
RR3, BCT; SATCOM; Windmill Beach;
FORACS; Qtrs. RR 4, RR5, RR6,
housing; base siren at Camp
Bukleley; Camp Bulkeley and YKW.

Fire safety tip


Prevent a fire. Put matches and
lighters out of children's sight
and reach. Keep children away
from stoves and heaters.


[LEARN NOT TO BURN


in the embassy explosion.
But one more may be added to
that list. A Japanese journalist today identified the body of Janet Stevens of Atlanta, who had formerly worked for a Tokyo newspaper. A U.S. delegation departs for Beirut today to bring back the bodies of the American dead.
U.S. mediated troop-withdrawal


talks, meanwhile, resume today in Lebanon for the first time since the blast at the embassy.

Meanwhile, the Israeli military command says two of its soldiers and four Arab guerrillas were killed in a clash last night along a highway which separates Israeli and Syrian lines in Lebanon.


'High Court' hands nuclear issue to states


WASHINGTON CAP) --TheSu preme Court has handed the nuclear power industry a major setback. The high court ruled yesterday that states can ban the construction of new atomic power plants until the federal government comes up with a safe way to dispose of radioactive wastes.
But the immediate impact of the ruling is limited, because no utility has sought a license to build a new plant since 1978.
Meanwhile, if you have a beef about the Supreme Court, you're now welcome to take your case to the sidewalks surrounding the court building.
For 34 years, a federal law has made the sidewalks off-limits to such protests. The justices said


the law unnecessarily infringed on free-speech rights.


Brazil unloads planes

BRAZIL (UPI)--Brazil says it will probably unload weapons and explosives tomorrow from four grounded transport planes caught running arms from Libya to Nicaragua.
Brazilian government sources said President Joao Baptista Figueiredo wanted a complete list of the military hardware involved before making a final decision on what to do with the cargo, the Libyan planes and the 47 crewmembers.
Despite the discovery, the Libyan Embassy in Managua said it will continue to support the Nicaraguan government.


THESE NEWLY-NATURALIZED AMERICAN CITIZENS RECEIVED THE CONGRATulations of Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, COMNAVBASE, at ceremonies officiated by Capt. R. W. Sherer, Chief-Staff-Officer. These new citizens qualified for their citizenship as family members of military and civilian personnel serving overseas. Pictured top (left to right): Estela Blanco; Margaret Abbott; Luis Blanco; and Lt. Nick Goodman, of Naval Legal Service Office Detachment. Bottom (left to right): Sherryl Holder; Janice Abbott; Allison Abbott; Capt. R. W. Sherer; Araceli Adkins; Marilou Crawford; and Carmen Pope, Cuban Affairs secretary. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)--The search is on in a Memphis hospital for a liver from a child weighing between 10 and 25 pounds with an "0" positive blood type. Doctors say the transplanted liver of 13-month-old Brandon Hill has been hopelessly damaged by a blood clot and must be replaced again within a few days or he will die.

SCOTTSDALE, Az. (UPI)--Leaders of the Teamsters Union are scheduled to vote in Scottsdale, Arizona, today on a replacement for President Roy Williams, who is resigning as part of a deal to avoid prison in a bribery conspiracy case. Ohio teamsters official Jackie Presser is expected to replace Williams.

WASHINGTON (AP)--Two House panels have hearings set today on a Reagan administration directive aimed at plugging security leaks. Under it, federal workers can be fired if they refuse to take lie-detector tests. And the administration is thinking about asking Congress for criminal penalties for leaking government secrets.

(UPI)--More spring freeze has
Southern fruit farmers struggling to save their crops as frost warnings are stretching from southern Illinois, to South Carolina. The multimillion dollar crop at Washington Farms, one of Georgia's largest peach growers, has already been destroyed.

MICHIGAN (AP)--A Michigan man got a little surprise in the mail last week, a postcard from his brother's Bermuda vacation. That wouldn't have been unusual, except the greeting qas mailed back in 1936. The postal service says it's not sure where the card got hung up. But its delivery prompted the two brothers, now 71 and 74, to get together and reminisce about the good' old days.


Flags at half-staff

By presidential proclamation, the U.S. Flag shall be flown at half-staff on all buildings, grounds and Naval vessels of the federal government in the district of Columbia and throughout the United States and its territories and possessions, to include all United States military facilities and Naval vessels and stations abroad, in honor of the memory of the victims of the United States Embassy bombing in Beirut, Lebanon on April 18.

The flag will be flown at halfstaff until sunset April 26.


Energy Tip of the Day


Have you checked your refrigerator and freezer coils?
They may be in need of cleaning.


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



If your dryer has an automatic dry cycle, use it. The timed cycles on your dryer can waste energy because they'll continue to operate even after your clothes are dry. Also make sure that the outside exhaust vent of your dryer is kept clean. A clogged exhaust will lengthen the amount of time it takes to dry your clothes.




ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ?







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MYTH: There is too much red tape involved in getting Navy Relief assistance.

FACT: Any paperwork is too much in the eyes of a person in a hurry. In comparison with the requirements of lending institutions, such as banks, Navy Relief's paperwork is very modest and is the minimum needed for accurate accounting.

ALL RADIOTHON '83 VOLUNTEERS ARE asked to attend a meeting at the radio station on Saturday, April 23, at 1 p.m. At this meeting you will be presented the guidelines for Radiothon and be able to sign up for the specific hours you'wish to work. We look forward to seeing you there!

NAVY RELIEF FLEA MARKET - THE FLEA Market originally scheduled for April 17 at McCalla Hangar has been rescheduled for May 1 at Phillips Park. The rental space fee will be $5 which will go to benefit Navy Relief. The flea mart will run from Noon-3 or 3:30 p.m. and you can contact LCDR George at 7242 or 3752 to sign up.

AAWC/JARCC WILL BE SPONSORING A "Chile Cook Off" to benefit Navy Relief. The entry fee is one pot of chile, preferably large. There will be a plaque for 1st place. After the judging the chile will be sold by bowlfuls and the proceeds will go to Navy Relief. Call 0S2 Sprague at 4849/4237 DWH or 2949 AWH for further information.


Club Calendar




CPO

April 21--Country and Western Night April 22--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m.
Rockin' Doc, 9 p.m.-l a.m. April 23--Rockin' Doc, 9 p.m.-l a.m. April 24--Sunday Brunch, 11:30 a.m.2 p.m.


Windjammer


April
April April April


21--Sugar Bear, 7-11 p.m. 22--Graphic Expression 23--Graphic Expression 24--"Open House Bingo,"
2:45 p.m.


COMO

April 22--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m.
Sing Along with Nick
Goodman, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Sensation, 9 p.m.-l a.m. April 23--Sensation, 9 p.m.-l a.m. April 24--Sunday Champagne Brunch,
10:30 a.m.-l p.m.






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 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 Affair. 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 COMBVASE or the Deprtnent of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette




community





bulletin board

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



Special Announcements


. ATTENTION: FREE DOG
dip on Saturday,
April 23, from 9:30
,a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Pet
owners are encouraged
to take advantage of
this opportunity. Love
your pet. Cats cannot be dipped. For more info call MS2 Chester at 4105/4440 DWH.

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

THE COMMAND TRAINING TEAM IS LOOKING for volunteers to be instructors here in GTMO. Not only will you be helping to keep our Navy the most highly-trained in the world, but by being an instructor, you increase your chances of being selected for special programs and advancement. For more details contact Petty Officer Gref at 4380 or Chief Reed .at 4502.


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.

THE W.T. SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS will present its annual Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 26th. Beginning at 7 p.m. in the base chapel the chorus will present music in varied styles from folk-music to a shaker hymn and show songs. Along with the chorus, instrumental solos and ensembles will complete the program. Admission is $1 for adults and $0.50 for students. All base residents are invited.

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


Educational Notes


THE GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) test is a series of five tests: writing skills, social studies, science, reading skills and mathematics. The tests are given every Monday morning in the Navy Campus classroom, Building AV-34, McCalla Hill. The GED is free of cost to active duty personnel. State awarded High School Equivalency Certificates are recognized by the military services as the equivalent of a high school diploma for promotion, reenlistment, military school selection, and statistical reporting purposes. To be scheduled to take the GED, call Mrs. Valek at the Navy Campus Office, ext. 4769.

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.

WANT TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT FOR WHAT you already know? The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Subject Standardized Tests (SST) are available free of charge through the Navy Campus Office for active duty personnel. For more information call Mrs. Valek at ext. 4769.


9 .Community

April 21--Navy Relief Softball
Tournament, 6 p.m.
Navy Relief Bingo, FRA,
6:30 p.m.
April 22--Navy Relief Softball
Tournament, 6 p.m. April 23--Navy Relief Softball
Tournament, 1 p.m. April 24--Navy Relief Softball
Tournament, 1 p.m.
Navy Relief Skating Party,
McCalla, 2-5 p.m.
April 25--Navy Relief Radiothon,
24 hours a day
April 26--Navy Relief Radiothon,
24 hours a day
Navy Relief Bingo, FRA,
6:30 p.m.
High School Chorus Concert, Chapel, 7 p.m. April 27--Navy Relief Radiothon,
24 hours a day
April 28--Navy Relief Radiothon,
24 hours a day


REGISTRATION FOR LA METRO WILL BE held May 16th-20th from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. at the LAMCO office, located on McCalla Hill across from the Blue Caribe. Come by and look at our flyer, pick up a catalogue and see what LA has to offer you. Please note that registration is for ONE WEEK ONLY!


THE NAVY CAMPUS ADVISOR IS AVAILABLE for GMT briefs on off-duty education programs. The presentation can be tailored in time and content to meet your division's specific interests and needs. Please contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769 to arrange for a group briefing.

YOU MAY BE CLOSER TO A DEGREE THAN you think: Gather up all those old college transcripts, military training records, and test score reports, and let your Navy Campus Advisor put together a viable degree plan tailor-made to utilize your assets and to meet your career needs. Call Ms. Reynolds at 4769 to make an appointment for personal academic counseling.


Calendar, 9

Navy Relief Bingo, FRA,
6:30 p.m.
April 29--Navy Relief Radiothon,
24 hours a day
Navy Relief Power Lifting
Tournament, 7-10 p.m.
April 30--Caribbean Arts and Crafts
Show, Exchange, 11 a.m.
3 p.m.
Cuban Community Center
Scholarship Party, 6 p.m.
Navy Relief Men's and
Ladies'Mud Wrestling and
Tug-o-War, Cooper Field,
7 p.m.

May 1--Navy Relief May Day in
Phillips Park, Noon
10 p.m.
May 7--Junior/Senior Prord, COMO
Knights of Columbus
Mother's Day Dance, FRA May 14--NAS Hail & Farewell May 21--NAVSTA Hail & Farewell


Thursday, April 21, 1983

Club Activities

GIRL SCOUT LEADERS: *,THERE WILL BE
a very important meetking of all leaders and assistant
leaders at the
Girl Scout Hut
on Sunday, April 24, at 3 p.m. It is
a very important meeting as we must discuss the closing of the year-activities and elect a new board. Anyone not involved in scouting but would like to attend and become involved, is invited. For further information, call Peri at 2307 AWH.

THE MARINE OFFICERS WIVES CLUB WILL be hosting a GBOWC luncheon on Friday, May 6. It will be held at the Staff NCO Club starting at 11 a.m. The program will feature "live entertainment," provided by Karen Switzer's dance troupe. Also featured are some lovely door prizes, donated by Diane Groendyke, Becky Turlo, Karen Switzer, Harry Hong Kong, the Navy Exchange and GTMO's own golf pro, to name a few. The cost is $5.25 for members and $6.00 for non-members. Reservations and cancellatons should be made-by May 2. For information and reservations, call Sue Daehnke at 2105 anytime before 9 p.m. You won't want to miss this truly unique Marine experience!

ALL NAVY LEAGUE MEMBERS-Join Lou this Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. for "fix-up day"
t the Barrel Club. Free
dogs, beer, and soda. Come on down to the Barrel Club on Saturday. For more info, Call Lou ZeBell at 4479.

NAVY LEAGUE ANNUAL ELECTIONS-s, Elections will be held Saturday, April 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Barrel Club. The nominating committee proposes the following slate of officers for the '83-'84 year. Jack Kennedy, president; Don Morfitt, senior vice president; Margaret Kennedy, Secretary; Clara Liszt, Treasurer; Cel George, administrative vice president; and Sam Liszt, operations vice president. Nominees have been contacted and will serve if elected. All members and prospective members are urged to attend. There will be awards, certificates, prizes, a gourmet feast, entertainment, and moonlight dancing. If you're eager to run for office as a write-in call Director Jack Neill at 4162 DWH or 2338 AWE.

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.


American Red Cross

THE AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies

THE AMERICAN RED CROSS HAS OPENINGS in CPR and CPR Instructor Courses in April, May and June. To be eligible for the Instructor Course, you must have a current Red Cross or American Heart Association certificate. To sign up for these courses, please call the Red Cross Office at 4676 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Blue Caribe
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


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Thursday, April 21, 1983


Disaster-stricken states have Red Cross


VINCtNT WRIGHT, A machinist at the Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity, receives his 10-year pin from Cdmr. Charles W. Gnilka, SIMA Commanding Officer. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


Welding can be hazardous to your health


Welders, minimize your risk: the half-dozen different forms of welding pose a number of potential hazards to health which are related to types of metal being worked on, the surface coating and the composition of fluxes and solders.
There are chemical hazards as well as physical hazards, such as "noise, vibration and radiation. Metal arc welding is most common and it constitutes about half of all operations.
Gas metal arc welding is the next largest group for which carbon dioxide is used most. Oxyacetne welding and gas tungsten
welding are less common and submerge arc welding is the least common.
There are a great many ways in which the welder's lot can be made safer. The appropriate protective clothing to guard against


the inhalation of dangerous fumes, against burns and against arc eye are mandatory.
Above all, welders must be
informed of the potential hazards of materials they are handling and of the processes they are asked to carry out. The following effects are produced by fumes generated in welding: Acute Respirator - Chromium; cooper; nickel; manganese; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; vanadium; zinc; cadmium; cobalt; fluorides; aldehydes.
Chronic Respiratory - Asbestos; quartz; tridymite; cristohalite; nickel; cadmium and colbalt. Acute Systemic - Copper; lead; manganese; michel; zinc. Chronic Systemic - Lead; manganese; cadmium; fluorides. Irritants to the skin - Chromium; nickel; vanadium; aldehydes. Inert - Iron; aluminum; tin.


WASHINGTON, D.C., April 12--Red Cross disaster damage assessment teams racked up the fourth day of grueling ground survey efforts in flood plagued Mississippi and Louisiana. The early damage reports show 5,986 single family homes destroyed or damaged.
Mr. Robert D. Vessey, National Disaster Director for the Red Cross, emphasized ground damage surveys are very difficult due to flooded roads and standing water, and predicts the toll will rise.
Chapters in Birmingham, Ala., and Baton Rouge, La., were first in the southeast to reach fund goals for the current flood operation, with $41,618 and $46,905 respectively.
"I still believe the Red Cross relief effort will cost well over $3 million," Vessey said. He added that "We're looking at a lengthy stay for volunteers and staff from outside the disaster area."
Over 1,000 volunteers and staff are now in place with 95 mobile feeding vehicles serving the needs of 35,000 victims and emergency workers now involved in the giant cleanup.
In addition, 756 apartment units in the two states were destroyed or damaged.
Red Cross centers are currently operating in the two states, helping with essential individual disaster-caused family needs such as food, clothing, interim h6using, minor household repairs to prevent further storm damage, medical and nursing care, and occupational supplies which Vessey estimates 4,700 families will need.


Mississippi Governor William
Winter named Red Cross his state's primary disaster relief organization, and urged them to help in the recovery efforts.

Red Cross disaster headquarters in Louisiana and Mississippi report offers of outside help from large and small businesses are pouring in.
Typical is a flight handled as
public service to Red Cross yesterday, when Emory Air Freight flew 1,500 flood cleanup kits, mops, pails, brooms, squeegies, brushes, and heavy duty detergent to hard hit areas in the two states when supplies on hand were quickly exhausted.
Federal Express, another large airborne delivery company, is also flying emergency supplies free of charge.

Local 60, United Association of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters in New Orleans have furnished union halls as Red Cross district headquarters in New Orleans.

Communications Workers of America in Jackson, Mississippi, haye also provided their union hall as the overall job headquarters. Both halls are part of the disaster coastline project.

"As in all situations involving major disasters, your Red Cross office will accept monetary contributions to assist the victims in recovery," said Gene Marks, Guantanamo Bay's American Red Cross station director.


Selected Reserve forces to decrease


NEW ORLEANS (NES)--An unprecedented upswing in retention, a steady influx of new people, and the need to operate within appropriated funds have combined to require a temporiry paring down of Naval Selected Reserve personnel strength.
In a message to reserve commanders, Rear Admiral Robert F. Dunn, the Chief of the Naval Reserve, urged that this be looked upon as an opportunity to improve manning of high priority programs.
He said echeclon III commanders will get strength ceilings based on a 3.8 percent cut from the December 1982 on board strength.
Those people released from the Selected Reserve to meet the reduced goal will be transferred to a non-pay status, either as members of voluntary training units or as non-drilling individual ready reservists.
Echelon III commanders will have the authority to thin their ranks, ana Admiral Dunn told them that mobilization readiness must be considered first in any actions taken.
The admiral suggested that marginal performers be considered for transfer to the individual Ready Reserve.


And he cautioned that actions
taken should protect critical occupational categories.
This provides an opportunity to achieve a better skill to billet match throughout the Selected Reserve.
He told his commanders that it is not his intent to stop recruiting.
"Recent fleet-experienced personnel are the lifeblook of the Navy Reserve Program," he said. "The goal is a young, vigorous force."


Last

Words:


AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SECOND CLASS DAVID CALDWELL, who is assigned to NAS Air Operations Department, reenlisted for four years during a recent ceremony held at NAS. Cmdr. Larry D. Barnett, NAS Executive Officer, reenlisted Petty Officer Caldwell. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


Dozens of Prizes to be given away

Prizes include:
**Panasonic portable VHS **sailing cruise

**Atari 800 computer with **Aerial tours
entertainment package

**Scuba diving gear **Golf lessons

**Scuba diving lessons **Bowling certificates
(advanced and basic)
**Baskin Robbins
**Portraits by Diana certificates Plus many more!!!




Tickets $1 ea. orO6 for $5






Drawing Held May 1st

Contact your Navy Relief rep about tickets

or purchase your tickets during the
W weekend in front of Marine and Navy Exchanges


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Edmonton, Chicago to championship series


(AP)--Edmonton and Chicago ready to battle for the NHL's Campbell Conference championship.
The Oilers broke an NHL scoring record as they smashed Calgary 9-1, winning their Stanley Cup quarterfinal series 4-1.
In the five-game series, Edmonton set a record for most goals scored in a five-game series, and at the same time surpassed the goal-scoring marks for six and seven-game sets.
Doug Wilson and Rick Paterson scored short-handed goals as Chicago eliminated the Minnesota North Stars 5-2. The Black Hawks won their series 4-1.
The other two quarterfinal
matches will continue Friday. The New York Islanders moved ahead of the New York Rangers 3-2. Bob


Bourne had a goal and three assists as the Islanders rolled to a 7-2 victory last night.
Boston coach Gerry Cheevers called it a "pretty good game." He was being a bit restrained. Pete Peeters stopped 27 shots as the Bruins blanked the Buffalo Sabres 9-0. Boston leads the series 3-2.

College basketball
(UPI)--There a report in Houston that Akeem Olajuwon is thinking of making himself available for the NBA draft in June. The Cougars' sophomore center told the "Houston Chronicle" he would turn professional if he could stay in Houston.


By Peri Stammreich
I don't have many scores this week, so bear with me.
For the FTG Mixed League, I have Pat Valek with a 201, 180, and a 153 for a 534 series. Diane Thomas earned her 175 patch during the week of March 29.
On April 5, Jack Dreps had a 511 series.
For the COMO Summer Mixed we had a lot of 200s. So let's.get on with it. For the men, Lee Ingraham had a 200 and a 172 for a 508. Jerry Robbins had a 201 and a 236 for a 566. Bill Davis had a 171, 188, 186 for a 545. Jim Hutto had a 188. Mike Appelliad a 192 for a 505. Ron Tilley had a 200 for a 520, Sam Liszt a 183, Lou Fermo a 183, Bill Balog a 188 and Jim Allen a 202 and a 183 for a 521.
For the ladies, Carol Robbins had a 197, Ally Hutto had a 184, .Dottie Tilley a 202 and a 173, Dee Padgett a 210 and Aggie Ritchie a 168. Susan Byrd who has a 99 average bowled a 151. Cindy Jones came through witha 204. For the Wednesday Night Mixed League, the women had a lot this time. Carol Scarborough had a 169, Joyce Northrup a 173, Kitty Bays who has an average of 91 had 172.
Barb Kirchner had a 187 for a 501. Jackie Kafton a 180, Pat Warren a 180 and a 169, and Thuy Holberg had a 170. For the men, Bobby Saylor had


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Four a/c's, need work; 115 V. compressor; lots of misc. a/c parts; 8-foot workbench, $300 or best offer for all. Call 3610 AT.
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rear seat, AM/FM, 4D, yellow, good tires, excellent condition, $3,000.
Call 4703 AT.


a 209 and a 181 for a 545. Jim Willis a 175 and a 181. Clarence Northrup had a 215 for a 545 and Bill Kirchner a 172. Jim Qualls had a 179 and Steve Wilt a 175.

That's it for this week, so
until next week, keep on bowling.


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Baseball
(UPI)--At this time of the year, George Brett is usually as cold as the spring weather. But now he's hot enough to heat up any chilly night at the ball park. Last night, the Kansas City Royals' third baseman had his most productive night in the majors, driving in seven runs with three homers and a single to power the Royals to an 8-7 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Brett is now batting .475 and has hit safely in Kansas City's first 10 games.
The Philadelphia Phillies blanked the Chicago Cubs, 2-0, behind the four-hit pitching of Steve Carlton.
Elsewhere in the major leagues last night it was: AMERICAN
Texas 11 Baltimore 2 Boston 5 Milwaukee 4 Toronto 4 Cleveland 1 N.Y. Yankees 6 Chicago 4 Minnesota 11 Seattle 2 NATIONAL
San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 2 N.Y. Mets 6 Pittsburgh 0 N.Y. Mets 7 Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnati 6 Houston 4


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This standing volleyball, and
tournament.


include basketball, one horseshoe


Volleyball
These are the final overall
standings for Intercommand Volley-


NAVAL STATION ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT RECENTLY CAPTURED FIRST PLACE in a .22 Caliber competition pistol match. Participating in the event, listed in order of results, was Ordnance Department, Marine Barracks (Green), Company L (Gold), NAS Weapons, NAS ATC, PWD (1), Marine Barracks (Scarlet), VC-10, Marine Barracks (Gold), Hospital, and PWD (2). Leading the team to victory was GMG2 Haynes with a score of 481, A03 Stone, 480, SM2 Bolin, 478, and team captain GMG2 Henry, 468. Pictured are: (right to left) GMG2 Haynes, A03 Stone, GMG2 Henry, and SM2 Bolin. (Official U.S. Navy photo)





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Gerry baby tub, $3; baby swing, $7; small humidifier, $5; two oak chairs, 80% stripped, need refinishing, $5 ea.; '80 AMF 10-speed woman's bicycle, red, like new, $75. Call 4169 AT.

Six Spanish-style dining room chairs, gold velet covering in excellent condition, $100; electric coffee pot, $5; roller-base baby high chair, $20. Call 3811 AT.

Wicker changing table, $15; crock pot, $10; Strawberry toy box, $10; large tire innertube for beach, $5. Call 3471 AT.

Honda 250 Motosport. Can be used as a street or dirt bike. Call 4842 DWH or 3472 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.

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.


S -afetyS logan Hindsight is as importat as foresight use vour rear view mirror.


Baby swing, excellent condition; baby bath, used three times; diamond ring. Call 2869 AWH.

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 AWE.

Maple dining room set: table and six chairs. Brand new - was used three times since shipped to GTMO, $400 firm. Call 4445 AT.


ball.
TEAM
NSGA/Co. L. S. NAVSTA White Marine Barracks Hospital Red NAVSTA Red Buds NAS VC-10 8th Eng. #5 W.T. Samp. Gold W.T. Samp. Men FTG
8th. Eng. #3 8th Eng. #1 8th Eng. #2 NSGA/Co. L. B.


WINS
20
18 17 16
15 14 14 13 13 10
8 8 7 7


LOSS
0
2 3
4 5
6 6 7 7 10
12 12 13 13


W.T. Samp. Green 7 13 8th. Eng. #4 7 13 Hospital #3 5 15 SIMA Gold 5 15 SIMA Blue 5 15 Harvester (forfeited out of league) Hospital B. (forfeited out of lea.)
Both teams who forfeited finished 0-20.


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

Services
Baby sitting in my home. Pleasant, caring atmosphere. Individual attention. Call 3325 AT for more information.
Will clean house for final inspection. Please call 2630 AT.

Wanted
Boat trailer in good condition for a 15' fiberglass boat. Call 4351 DWH.
I would like to rent a car from
8 a.m. on May 6th until 4 p.m. on May 13th. I will pay up to $50 for the week. Call 4885 DWH and ask for Howard or 3794 AWH.

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.


DAILY ENERGY USAGE

Water Electricity


Use: 1,082,000 Gallons
$6,791

Target: 1,000,000 Gallons

$6,276

Total
Use: $32,309 Target: $30,861


Use:


253,800 KWH


$25,518


Target: 244,525 KWH
$24,585



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Thursday, April 21, 1983

Portland, New York

Take series opener
(AP)--In the NBA, Bernard King scored 40 points as the New York Knicks beat the New Jersey Nets 118-107. That gives the Knicks a 1-0 lead in their best-of-three playoff mini-series.
Mychal Thompson and Jim Paxson each scored 25 as the Portland Trail Blazers won in Seattle 10897 to take a 1-0 lead in their mini-series. Gus Williams had 34 for the Sonics.
Tonight, Phoenix takes its 1-0 lead into Denver.


Captain's Cup
These are the Captain's Cup standings as of April 19. COMMAND POINTS
NSGA/Co. L. 91 Marine Barracks 88 NAVSTA White 87 Hospital 75 NAS/VC-10 73 FTG 65 High School 60 SIMA 60 NAVSTA Blue 50 NAVSTA Red 38


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LANTFL T's oldest active ship visits GTMO The Atlantic Fleet's oldest active ship, the USS Vulcan (AR-5), arrived in Guantanamo Bay last Friday to begin her post-overhaul training. The 41-year-old repair vessel, commanded by Capt. James E. McConville, USN, first visited Guantanamo Bay over forty years ago in the early summer of 1941, within a month of her commissioning. Vulcan recently completed an extensive overhaul, from January 1982 to February 1983, in Boston. Vulcan is the third U.S. Navy ship to bear the name of the ancient Roman god of fire and metalworking. During the Spanish-American War, the first Vulcan arrived in Guantanamo Bay on July 1, 1898 to join the American fleet under Commodore Winfield Scott Schley (1839-1911), which later proceeded to the water off nearby Santiago. Recognized by the Naval Historical Center as the "Fleet's first repair ship," Vulcan played a valuable support role during and after the battle of Santiago de Cuba (July 3, 1898) in which the Spanish fleet was defeated, driven ashore, and beached. In the years before World War I, Guantanamo Bay was a regular port-of-call for the second Vulcan (Collier no. 5), a coal ship that was in commission from 1909 to 1921. USS Vulcan (AR-5) saw extensive service in the North Atlantic, North African, and Pacific theatres during the World War II. Vulcan supported the American naval forces in its quarantine of Cuba during the 1962 missile crisis. In November 1978, Vulcan became one of the first ships in the U.S. Navy to have women assigned aboard. Vulcan is homeported in Norfolk and is a member of Service Group Two. TUE DILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 74 Thursday, April 21, 1983 Lebanon No leads on suspects; delegation sent BEIRUT (AP)--The workers sifting through the rubble of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut pulled six more bodies from the debris overnight and early today, five of them Americans. Their work was interrupted briefly this morning when shots were fired near the British Embassy, a short distance from the U.S. Embassy. A U.S. Marine spokesman says the shots were fired by Lebanese soldiers at a speeding vehicle a nearby highway. No injuries -ere reported. In all, 49 people are believed to have died in the embassy bombing. And as searchers continue to comb the ruins, authorities continue to search for those responsible for the blast. Police sources say four Lebanese have been questioned, but as witnesses, not as suspects. And they now say the four were released today, along with several others who were called in to verify their testimony. Police say no one else is under arrest or in custody in connection with the embassy bombing. U.S. officials say 17 Americans are either known or presumed dead No power outage The scheduled power outage for preventive maintenance of the Gold Hill Substation has been cancelled due to the satisfactory condition of the substation. The outage was scheduled for today, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 .m. The following areas will t be affected: Gold Hill UEPH, 1 complexes; Gold Hill Galley; PWD carpenter shop; Bldg. 688, material storage; Bldg. 972, utilities; JPJ Hill, Company L; magazine ordnance; radio range bldg. 1892, BCT; radio range bldg. RR3, BCT; SATCOM; Windmill Beach; FORACS; Qtrs. RR 4, RR5, RR6, housing; base siren at Camp Bukleley;_Camp Bulkeley and YKW. Fire safety tip Prevent a fire. Put matches and lighters out of children's sight and reach. Keep children away from stoves and heaters. LEARN NOT TO BURNS in the embassy explosion. But one more may be added to that list. A Japanese journalist today identified the body of Janet Stevens of Atlanta, who had formerly worked for a Tokyo newspaper. A U.S. delegation departs for Beirut today to bring back the bodies of the American dead. U.S. mediated troop-withdrawal talks, meanwhile, resume today in Lebanon for the first time since the blast at the embassy. Meanwhile, the Israeli military command says two of its soldiers and four Arab guerrillas were killed in a clash last night along a highway which separates Israeli and Syrian lines in Lebanon. 'High Court' hands nuclear issue to states WASHINGTON (AP)--The Supreme Court has handed the nuclear power industry a major setback. The high court ruled yesterday that states can ban the construction of new atomic power plants until the federal government comes up with a safe way to dispose of radioactive wastes. But the immediate impact of the ruling is limited, because no utility has sought a license to build a new plant since 1978. Meanwhile, if you have a beef about the Supreme Court, you're now welcome to take your case to the sidewalks surrounding the court building. For 34 years, a federal law has made the sidewalks off-limits to such protests. The justices said the law unnecessarily infringed on free-speech rights. Brazil unloads planes BRAZIL (UPI)--Brazil says it will probably unload weapons and explosives tomorrow from four grounded transport planes caught running arms from Libya to Nicaragua. Brazilian government sources said President Joao Baptista Figueiredo wanted a complete list of the military hardware involved before making a final decision on what to do with the cargo, the Libyan planes and the 47 crewmembers. Despite the discovery, the Libyan Embassy in Managua said it will continue to support the Nicaraguan government. THESE NEWLY-NATURALIZED AMERICAN CITIZENS RECEIVED THE CONGRATulations of Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, COMNAVBASE, at ceremonies officiated by Capt. R. W. Sherer, Chief-Staff-Officer. These new citizens qualified for their citizenship as family members of military and civilian personnel serving overseas. Pictured top (left to right): Estela Blanco; Margaret Abbott; Luis Blanco; and Lt. Nick Goodman, of Naval Legal Service Office Detachment. Bottom (left to right): Sherryl Holder; Janice Abbott; Allison Abbott; Capt. R. W. Sherer; Araceli Adkins; Marilou Crawford; and Carmen Pope, Cuban Affairs secretary. (Official U.S. Navy photo) MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)--The search is on in a Memphis hospital for a liver from a child weighing between 10 and 25 pounds with an "0" positive blood type. Doctors say the transplanted liver of 13-month-old Brandon Hill has been hopelessly damaged by a blood clot and must be replaced again within a few days or he will die. SCOTTSDALE, Az. (UPI)--Leaders of the Teamsters Union are scheduled to vote in Scottsdale, Arizona, today on a replacement for President Roy Williams, who is resigning as part of a deal to avoid prison in a bribery conspiracy case. Ohio teamsters official Jackie Presser is expected to replace Williams. WASHINGTON (AP)--Two House panels have hearings set today on a Reagan administration directive aimed at plugging security leaks. Under it, federal workers can be fir-ed if they refuse to take lie-detector tests. And the administration is thinking about asking Congress for criminal penalties for leaking government secrets. (UPI)--More spring freeze has Southern fruit farmers struggling to save their crops as frost warnings are stretching from southern Illinois, to South Carolina. The multimillion dollar crop at Washington Farms, one of Georgia's largest peach growers, has already been destroyed. MICHIGAN (AP)--A Michigan man got a little surprise in the mail last week, a postcard from his brother's Bermuda vacation. That wouldn't have been unusual, except the greeting vas mailed back in 1936. The postal service says it's not sure where the card got hung up. But its delivery prompted the two brothers, now 71 and 74, to get together and reminisce about the good old days. Flags at half-staff By presidential proclamation, the U.S. Flag shall be flown at half-staff on all buildings, grounds and Naval vessels of the federal government in the district of Columbia and throughout the United States and its territories and possessions, to include all United States military facilities and Naval vessels and stations abroad, in honor of the memory of the victims of the United States Embassy bombing in Beirut, Lebanon on April 18. The flag will be flown at halfstaff until sunset April 26. Energy Tip of the Day Have you checked your refrigerator and freezer coils? They may be in need of cleaning. Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY If your dryer has an automatic dry cycle, use it. The timed cycles on your dryer can waste energy because they'll continue to operate even after your clothes are dry. Also make sure that the outside exhaust vent of your dryer is kept clean. A clogged exhaust will lengthen the amount of time it takes to dry your clothes. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART ?

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Page 2 MYTH: There is too much red tape involved in getting Navy Relief assistance. FACT: Any paperwork is too much in the eyes of a person in a hurry. In comparison with the requirements of lending institutions, such as banks, Navy Relief's paperwork is very modest and is the minimum needed for accurate accounting. ALL RADIOTHON '83 VOLUNTEERS ARE asked to attend a meeting at the radio station on Saturday, April 23, at 1 p.m. At this meeting you will be presented the guidelines for Radiothon and be able to sign up for the specific hours you wish to work. We look forward to seeing you there! NAVY RELIEF FLEA MARKET -THE FLEA Market originally scheduled for April 17 at McCalla Hangar has been rescheduled for May 1 at Phillips Park. The rental space fee will be $5 which will go to benefit Navy Relief. The flea mart will run from Noon-3 or 3:30 p.m. and you can contact LCDR George at 7242 or 3752 to sign up. AAWC/JARCC WILL BE SPONSORING A "Chile Cook Off" to benefit Navy Relief. The entry fee is one pot of chile, preferably large. There will be a plaque for 1st place. After the judging the chile will be sold by bowlfuls and the proceeds will go to Navy Relief. Call OS2 Sprague at 4849/4237 DWH or 2949 AWNH for further information. Club Calendar CPO April April April April 21--Country And Western Night 22--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Rockin' Doc, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. 23--Rockin' Doc, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. 24--Sunday Brunch, 11:30 a.m.2 p.m. Windjammer April 21--Sugar Bear, 7-11 p.m. April 22--Graphic Expression April 23--Graphic Expression April 24--"Open House Bingo," 2:45 p.m. COMO April 22--Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Sing Along with Nick Goodman, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sensation, 9 p.m.-l a.m. April 23--Sensation, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. April 24--Sunday Champagne Brunch, 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. TEEDALY 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 Supervist:r, J02 Lee Holloway. External Communications Coordinator J03 Michael Page.Editor Mrs. Susan Junkins. .Production Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed 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 vies of COMAVBAE or the Department of the Navy. The Daily Gazette community bulletin board Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office in the COMNAVBASE Admin Building. Deadline for publication is 9'a.m. the previous working day. Bonafide emergency announcements will be accepted any time. Announcements will be published at least once a week at the discretion of the Public Affairs Staff. Activities that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex and color or national origin will not be accepted. Special Announcements ATTENTION: FREE DOG dip on Saturday, April 23, from 9:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. Pet owners are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. Love your pet. Cats cannot be dipped. For more info call MS2 Chester at 4105/4440 DWH. FOR CHAMPUS INFORMATION, CALL THE CHAMPUS Advisor (HMC Daniels) at 7235. THE COMMAND TRAINING TEAM IS LOOKING for volunteers to be instructors here in GTMO. Not only will you be helping to keep our Navy the most highly-trained in the world, but by being an instructor, you increase your chances of being selected for special programs and advancement. For more details contact Petty Officer Gref at 4380 or Chief Reed .at 4502. 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. THE W.T. SAMPSON HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS will present its annual Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 26th. Beginning at 7 p.m. in the base chapel the chorus will present music in varied styles from folk music to a shaker hymn and show songs. Along with the chorus, instrumental solos and ensembles will complete the program. Admission is $1 for adults and $0.50 for students. All base residents are invited. TREASURE & TRIVIA IS LOCATED IN building 944 -the last quonset hut to the right of the Navy Exchange. The hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday and the first Saturday of the month. Educational Notes THE GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT (GED) test is a series of five tests: writing skills, social studies, science, reading skills and mathematics. The tests are given every Monday morning in the Navy Campus classroom, Building AV-34, McCalla Hill. The GED is free of cost to active duty personnel. State awarded High School Equivalency Certificates are recognized by the military services as the equivalent of a high school diploma for promotion, reenlistment, military school selection, and statistical reporting purposes. To be scheduled to take the GED, call Mrs. Valek at the Navy Campus Office, ext. 4769. 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. WANT TO EARN COLLEGE CREDIT FOR WHAT you already know? The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Subject Standardized Tests (SST) are available free of charge through the Navy Campus Office for active duty personnel. For more information call Mrs. Valek at ext. 4769. Community April 21--Navy Relief Softball Tournament, 6 p.m. Navy Relief Bingo, FRA, 6:30 p.m. April 22--Navy Relief Softball Tournament, 6 p.m. April 23--Navy Relief Softball Tournament, 1 p.m. April 24--Navy Relief Softball Tournament, 1 p.m. Navy Relief Skating Party, McCalla, 2-5 p.m. April 25--Navy Relief Radiothon, 24 hours a day April 26--Navy Relief Radiothon, 24 hours a day Navy Relief Bingo, FRA, 6:30 p.m. High School Chorus Concert, Chapel, 7 p.m. April 27--Navy Relief Radiothon, 24 hours a day April 28--Navy Relief Radiothon, 24 hours a day REGISTRATION FOR LA METRO WILL BE held May 16th-20th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the LAMCO office, located on McCalla Hill across from the Blue Caribe. Come by and look at our flyer, pick up a catalogue and see what LA has to offer you. Please note that registration is for ONE WEEK ONLY! THE NAVY CAMPUS ADVISOR IS AVAILABLE for GMT briefs on off-duty education programs. The presentation can be tailored in time and content to meet your division's specific interests and needs. Please contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769 to arrange for a group briefing. YOU MAY BE CLOSER TO A DEGREE THAN you think: Gather up all those old college transcripts, military training records, and test score reports, and let your Navy Campus Advisor put together a viable degree plan tailor-made to utilize your assets and to meet your career needs. Call Ms. Reynolds at 4769 to make an appointment for personal academic counseling. Calendar 9 Navy Relief Bingo, FRA, 6:30 p.m. April 29--Navy Relief Radiothon, 24 hours a day Navy Relief Power Lifting Tournament, 7-10 p.m. April 30--Caribbean Arts and Crafts Show, Exchange, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. Cuban Community Center Scholarship Party, 6 p.m. Navy Relief Men's and Ladies' Mud Wrestling and Tug-o-War, Cooper Field, 7 p.m. May 1--Navy Relief May Day in Phillips Park, Noon 10 p.m. May 7--Junior/Senior Prom, COMO Knights of Columbus Mother's Day Dance, FRA May 14--NAS Hail & Farewell May 21--NAVSTA Hail & Farewell Thursday, April 21, 1983 Club Activities GIRL SCOUT LEADERS: THERE WILL BE a very important meeting of all leaders and assistant leaders at the Girl Scout Hut on Sunday, April 24, at 3 p.m. It is a very important meeting as we must discuss the closing of the year activities and elect a new board. Anyone not involved in scouting but would like to attend and become involved, is invited. For further information, call Peri at 2307 AWH. THE MARINE OFFICERS WIVES CLUB WILL be hosting a GBOWC luncheon on Friday, May 6. It will be held at the Staff NCO Club starting at 11 a.m. The program will feature "live entertainment," provided by Karen Switzer's dance troupe. Also featured are some lovely door prizes, donated by Diane Groendyke, Becky Turlo, Karen Switzer, Harry Hong Kong, the Navy Exchange and GTMO's own golf pro, to name a few. The cost is $5.25 for members and $6.00 for non-members. Reservations and cancellatons should be made by May 2. For information and reservations, call Sue Daehnke at 2105 anytime before 9 p.m. You won't want to miss this truly unique Marine experience! ALL NAVY LEAGUE MEMBERS-Join Lou this Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. for "fix-up day" at the Barrel Club. Free dogs, beer, and soda. Come on down to the Barrel Club on Saturday. For more info, call Lou ZeBell at 4479. NAVY LEAGUE ANNUAL ELECTIONSElections will be held Saturday, April 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Barrel Club. The nominating committee proposes the following slate of officers for the '83-'84 year. Jack Kennedy, president; Don Morfitt, senior vice president; Margaret Kennedy, Secretary; Clara Liszt, Treasurer; Cel George, administrative vice president; and Sam Liszt, operations vice president. Nominees have been contacted and will serve if elected. All members and prospective members are urged to attend. There will be awards, certificates, prizes, a gourmet feast, entertainment, and moonlight dancing. If you're eager to run for office as a write-in call Director Jack Neill at 4162 DWH or 2338 AWH. 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. American Red Cross THE AMERICAN RED CROSS MAKES interest-free loans for emergencies THE AMERICAN RED CROSS HAS OPENINGS in CPR and CPR Instructor Courses in April, May and June. To be eligible for the Instructor Course, you must have a current Red Cross or American Heart Association certificate. To sign up for these courses, please call the Red Cross Office at 4676 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Blue Caribe 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 p

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Thursday, April 21, 1983 Disaster-stricken states have Red Cross 42 aWelding can be hazardous to your health Welders, minimize your risk: the half-dozen different forms of welding pose a number of potential hazards to health which are related to types of metal being worked on, the surface coating and the composition of fluxes and solders. There are chemical hazards as well as physical hazards, such as noise, vibration and radiation. Metal arc welding is most common and it constitutes about half of all operations. Gas metal arc welding is the next largest group for which carbon dioxide is used most. Oxyacetne welding and gas tungsten welding are less common and submerge arc welding is the least common. There are a great many ways in which the welder's lot can be made safer. The appropriate protective clothing to guard against the inhalation of dangerous fumes, against burns and against arc eye are mandatory. Above all, welders must be informed of the potential hazards of materials they are handling and of the processes they are asked to carry out. The following effects are produced by fumes generated in welding: Acute Respirator -Chromium; cooper; nickel; manganese; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; vanadium; zinc; cadmium; cobalt; fluorides; aldehydes. Chronic Respiratory -Asbestos; quartz; tridymite; cristohalite; nickel; cadmium and colbalt. Acute Systemic -Copper; lead; manganese; michel; zinc. Chronic Systemic -Lead; manganese; cadmium; fluorides. Irritants to the skin -Chromium; nickel; vanadium; aldehydes. Inert -Iron; aluminum; tin. WASHINGTON, D.C., April 12--Red Cross disaster damage assessment teams racked up the fourth day of grueling ground survey efforts in flood plagued Mississippi and Louisiana. The early damage reports show 5,986 single family homes destroyed or damaged. Mr. Robert D. Vessey, National Disaster Director for the Red Cross, emphasized ground damage surveys are very difficult due to flooded roads and standing water, and predicts the toll will rise. Chapters in Birmingham, Ala., and Baton Rouge, La., were first in the southeast to reach fund goals for the current flood operation, with $41,618 and $46,905 respectively. "I still believe the Red Cross relief effort will cost well over $3 million," Vessey said. He added that "We're looking at a lengthy stay for volunteers and staff from outside the disaster area." Over 1,000 volunteers and staff are now in place with 95 mobile feeding vehicles serving the needs of 35,000 victims and emergency workers now involved in the giant cleanup. In addition, 756 apartment units in the two states were destroyed or damaged. Red Cross centers are currently operating in the two states, helping with essential individual disaster-caused family needs such as food, clothing, interim housing, minor household repairs to prevent further storm damage, medical and nursing care, and occupational supplies which Vessey estimates 4,700 families will need. Mississippi Governor William Winter named Red Cross his state's primary disaster relief organization, and urged them to help in the recovery efforts. Red Cross disaster headquarters in Louisiana and Mississippi report offers of outside help from large and small businesses are pouring in. Typical is a flight handled as public service to Red Cross yesterday, when Emory Air Freight flew 1,500 flood cleanup kits, mops, pails, brooms, squeegies, brushes, and heavy duty detergent to hard hit areas in the two states when supplies on hand were quickly exhausted. Federal Express, another large airborne delivery company, is also flying emergency supplies free of charge. Local 60, United Association of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters in New Orleans have furnished union halls as Red Cross district headquarters in New Orleans. Communications Workers of America in Jackson, Mississippi, haye also provided their union hall as the overall job headquarters. Both halls are part of the disaster coastline project. "As in all situations involving major disasters, your Red Cross office will accept monetary contributions to assist the victims in recovery," said Gene Marks, Guantanamo Bay's American Red Cross station director. Selected Reserve forces to decrease NEW ORLEANS (NES)--An unprecedented upswing in retention, a steady influx of new people, and the need to operate within appropriated funds have combined to require a temporary paring down of Naval Selected Reserve personnel strength. In a message to reserve commanders, Rear Admiral Robert F. Dunn, the Chief of the Naval Reserve, urged that this be looked upon as an opportunity to improve manning of high priority programs. He said echeclon III commanders will get strength ceilings based on a 3.8 percent cut from the December 1982 on board strength. Those people released from the Selected Reserve to meet the reduced goal will be transferred to a non-pay status, either as members of voluntary training units or as non-drilling individual ready reservists. Echelon III commanders will have the authority to thin their ranks, ann Admiral Dunn told them that mobilization readiness must be considered first in any actions taken. The admiral suggested that marginal performers be considered for transfer to the individual Ready Reserve. And he cautioned that actions taken should protect critical occupational categories. This provides an opportunity to achieve a better skill to billet match throughout the Selected Reserve. He told his commanders that it is not his intent to stop recruiting. "Recent fleet-experienced personnel are the lifeblook of the Navy Reserve Program," he said. "The goal is a young, vigorous force." Last Words: Look,I Drive Bette! Alter a Couple AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER SECOND CLASS DAVID CALDWELL, who is assigned to NAS Air Operations Department, reenlisted for four years during a recent ceremony held at NAS. Cmdr. Larry D. Barnett, NAS Executive Officer, reenlisted Petty Officer Caldwell. (Official U.S. Navy photo) Navy Relief 1983 RAFFLE Dozens of Prizes to be given away Prizes include: **Panasonic portable VHS **sailing cruise **Atari 800 computer with **Aerial tours entertainment package **Scuba diving gear **Golf lessons **Scuba diving lessons **Bowling certificates (advanced and basic) **Baskin Robbins **Portraits by Diana certificates Plus many more!!! Tickets $1 ea. or 6 for $5 Drawing Held May 1st Contact your Navy Relief rep about tickets or purchase your tickets during the tV weekend in front of Marine and Navy Exchanges Page 3 The Daily Gazette VINCaNT WRIGHT, A machinist at the Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity, receives his 10-year pin from Cdmr. Charles W. Gnilka, SIMA Commanding Officer. (Official U.S. Navy photo)

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Edmonton Chicago to championship series Portland, New York --Por-land,-New-York (AP)--Edmonton and Chicago ready to battle for the NHL's Campbell Conference championship. The Oilers broke an NHL scoring record as they smashed Calgary 9-1, winning their Stanley Cup quarterfinal series 4-1. In the five-game series, Edmonton set a record for most goals scored in a five-game series, and at the same time surpassed the goal-scoring marks for six and seven-game sets. Doug Wilson and Rick Paterson scored short-handed goals as Chicago eliminated the Minnesota North Stars 5-2. The Black Hawks won their series 4-1. The other two quarterfinal matches will continue Friday. The New York Islanders moved ahead of the New York Rangers 3-2. Bob By Peri Stammreich I don't have many scores this week, so bear with me. For the FTG Mixed League, I have Pat Valek with a 201, 180, and a 153 for a 534 series. Diane Thomas earned her 175 patch during the week of March 29. On April 5, Jack Dreps had a 511 series. For the COMO Summer Mixed we had a lot of 200s. So let's-get on with it. For the men, Lee Ingraham had a 200 and a 172 for a 508. Jerry Robbins had a 201 and a 236 for a 566. Bill Davis had a 171, 188, 186 for a 545. Jim Hutto had a 188. Mike Appell had a 192 for a 505. Ron Tilley had a 200 for a 520, Sam Liszt a 183, Lou Fermo a 183, Bill Balog a 188 and Jim Allen a 202 and a 183 for a 521. For the ladies, Carol Robbins had a 197, Ally Hutto had a 184, Dottie Tilley a 202 and a 173, Dee Padgett a 210 and Aggie Ritchie a 168. Susan Byrd who has a 99 average bowled a 151. Cindy Jones came through with a 204. For the Wednesday Night Mixed League, the women had a lot this time. Carol Scarborough had a 169, Joyce Northrup a 173, Kitty Bays who has an average of 91 had 172. Barb Kirchner had a 187 for a 501. Jackie Kafton a 180, Pat Warren a 180 and a 169, and Thuy Holberg had a 170. For the men, Bobby Saylor had For Sale Two-speed automatic transmission for Chevy, $100 neg.; baby crib and mattress, $25; mini cassette deck, $10; One Step camera, $15; three-shelf utility cart, $8; JVC stereo cassette recorder radio, $175. Call 3794 AT. Pioneer SX-939 AM/FM stereo receiver, excellent condition, $220. Call 4160 DWH or 3373 AWH. Panasonic PV-3200 portable VHS VCR with PK600 camera, used very little, $1600 originally, will sell for $1100. Hoover portable washerspin dryer, $50. Call 3560 AWN. Four a/c's, need work; 115 V. compressor; lots of misc. a/c parts; 8-foot workbench, $300 or best offer for all. Call 3610 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. 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. 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, 4W0D, yellow, good tires, excellent condition, $3,000. Call 4703 AT. Bourne had a goal and three assists as the Islanders rolled to a 7-2 victory last night. Boston coach Gerry Cheevers called it a "pretty good game." He was being a bit restrained. Pete Peeters stopped 27 shots as the Bruins blanked the Buffalo Sabres 9-0. Boston leads the series 3-2. College basketball (UPI)--There a report in Houston that Akeem Olajuwon is thinking of making himself available for the NBA draft in June. The Cougars' sophomore center told the "Houston Chronicle" he would turn professional if he could stay in Houston. a 209 and a 181 for a 545. Jim Willis a 175 and a 181. Clarence Northrup had a 215 for a 545 and Bill Kirchner a 172. Jim Qualls had a 179 and Steve Wilt a 175. That's it for this week, so until next week, keep on bowling. Baseball (UPI)--At this time of the year, George Brett is usually as cold as the spring weather. But now he's hot enough to heat up any chilly night at the ball park. Last night, the Kansas City Royals' third baseman had his most productive night in the majors, driving in seven runs with three homers and a single to power the Royals to an 8-7 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Brett is now batting .475 and has hit safely in Kansas City's first 10 games. The Philadelphia Phillies blanked the Chicago Cubs, 2-0, behind the four-hit pitching of Steve Carlton. Elsewhere in the major leagues last night it was: AMERICAN Texas 11 Baltimore 2 Boston 5 Milwaukee 4 Toronto 4 Cleveland 1 N.Y. Yankees 6 Chicago 4 Minnesota 11 Seattle 2 NATIONAL San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 2 N.Y. Mets 6 Pittsburgh 0 N.Y. Mets 7 Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnati 6 Houston 4 NAVAL STATION ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT RECENTLY CAPTURED FIRST PLACE in a .22 Caliber competition pistol match. Participating in the event, listed in order of results, was Ordnance Department, Marine Barracks (Green), Company L (Gold), NAS Weapons, NAS ATC, PWD (1), Marine Barracks (Scarlet), VC-10, Marine Barracks (Gold), Hospital, and PWD (2). Leading the team to victory was GMG2 Haynes with a score of 481, A03 Stone, 480, SM2 Bolin, 478, and team captain GMG2 Henry, 468. Pictured are: (right to left) GMG2 Haynes, A03 Stone, GMG2 Henry, and SM2 Bolin. (Official U.S. Navy photo) 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. Gerry baby tub, $3; baby swing, $7; small humidifier, $5; two oak chairs, 80% stripped, need refinishing, $5 ea.; '80 AMF 10-speed woman's bicycle, red, like new, $75. Call 4169 AT. Six Spanish-style dining room chairs, gold velet covering in excellent condition, $100; electric coffee pot, $5; roller-base baby high chair, $20. Call 3811 AT. Wicker changing table, $15; crock pot, $10; Strawberry toy box, $10; large tire innertube for beach, $5. Call 3471 AT. Honda 250 Motosport. Can be used as a street or dirt bike. Call 4842 DWH or 3472 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. 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. Safety Slogan Hindsight is as importaiTt as foresight use your rear view mirror. Baby swing, excellent condition; baby bath, used three times; diamond ring. Call 2869 AWH. 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. Maple dining room set: table and six chairs. Brand new -was used three times since shipped to GTMO, $400 firm. Call 4445 AT. L-%.IIIW II% lll --,ball. TEAM WINS ] NSGA/Co. L. S. 20 NAVSTA White 18 Marine Barracks 17 Hospital Red 16. NAVSTA Red Buds 15 NAS VC-10 14 8th Eng. #5 14 W.T. Samp. Gold 13 W.T. Samp. Men 13 FTG 10 8th. Eng. #3 8 8th Eng. #1 8 8th Eng. #2 7 NSGA/Co. L. B. 7 W.T. Samp. Green 7 8th. Eng. #4 7 Hospital #3 5 SIMA Gold 5 SIMA Blue 5 Harvester (forfeited out of Hospital B. (forfeited outo Both teams who forfeited 0-20. LOSS 0 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 7 10 12 12 13 13 13 13 15 15 15 league) of lea.) finished Free Desk, needs repair; table, needs repair. Call 4401 AT. Services Baby sitting in my home. Pleasant, caring atmosphere. Individual attention. Call 3325 AT for more information. Will clean house for final inspection. Please call 2630 AT. Wanted Boat trailer in good condition for a 15' fiberglass boat. Call 4351 DWH. I would like to rent a car from 8 a.m. on May 6th until 4 p.m. on May 13th. I will pay up to $50 for the week. Call 4885 DWH and ask for Howard or 3794 AWH. 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. DAILY ENERGY USAGE Water Electricity -P .! (;,,: Use: 1,082,000 Gallons $6,791 Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Total Use: $32,309 Target: $30,861 Use: 253,800 KWH $25,518 Target: 244,525 KWH $24,585 Water Condition chg rlig I Kegler's Kolumn dzec. Page 4 The Daily Gazette lLIC Udl1y Thursday, April 21, 1983 Take series opener (AP)--In the NBA, Bernard King scored 40 points as the New York Knicks beat the New Jersey Nets 118-107. That gives the Knicks a 1-0 lead in their best-of-three playoff mini-series. Mychal Thompson and Jim Paxson each scored 25 as the Portland Trail Blazers won in Seattle 10897 to take a 1-0 lead in their mini-series. Gus Williams had 34 for the Sonics. Tonight, Phoenix takes its 1-0 lead into Denver. Captain's Cup These are the Captain's Cup standings as of April 19. COMMAND POINTS NSGA/Co. L. 91 Marine Barracks 88 NAVSTA White 87 Hospital 75 NAS/VC-10 73 FTG 65 High School 60 SIMA 60 NAVSTA Blue 50 NAVSTA Red 38 This standing include basketball, volleyball, and one horseshoe tournament. Volleyball These are the final overall standings for Intercommand Volley-