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Energy Tip of the Day

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.






SNews

Digest

(UPI)--Libyan-backed rebel forces are said to have halted their march
* through Chad, apparently deterred by strongholds set up by the French
army. The rebel forces have taken nearly half the northern part of the country. But Chad says the rebels stopped their assault when French paratroopers set up outposts north of the capital. Chad's government is asking for more French support, saying it fears the Libyan-backed troops will renew
their push south.

(UPI)--Public hearings begin today in the federal probe into why an Air Canada DC-9 caught fire en route from Dallas to Toronto, killing 23 passengers. The hearings in suburban Cincinnati by the National Transportation Safety Board will include testimony from about 30 witnesses, including some passengers who survived the June
23rd mishap.

WASHINGTON (UPI)--The FBI reportedly wants Justice Department permission to give lie detector tests to CIA chief William Casey and White House chief of staff James Baker in its probe of the Reagan campaign's use of Carter briefing papers. The Washington Post quotes sources saying the FBI wants to ask the men about their conflicting statements. Baker said he got the Carter papers from Casey, who has denied any connection with the purloined documents. The FBI would neither confirm nor deny the report and the Justice Department refused
comment.

MEMPHIS, Tennessee (UPI)--Nearly 5,000 people showed up at Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, last night for a candlelight vigil on the eve of the sixth anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. The fans lighted candles from a large torch carried by two of Presley's cousins. The torch had been started at the eternal flame, which marks the rock
'n roll singer's grave.

WARSAW (UPI)--In a trip being viewed as a vote of confidence to Polish military leader Wojciech Jaruzelski, the head of East Germany's Communist party arrives in Warsaw today for a three-day visit. Erich Honecker is the highest-ranking East European Leader to come to Poland since the now-banned Solidarity union was
formed three years ago this week.

(UPI)--The next mission of the space shuttle "Challenger" will last six days, not five as originally scheduled. Officials extended the mission yesterday, saying they wanted to give groundbased crew more time to check the ability of a satellite to communicate with the shuttle!
Lift-off is still scheduled for
August 30th.

(UPI)--Massachusetts Congressman Gerry Studds has run into opposition in his district for the first time since being censured for having a homosexual affair with a Congressional aide. At an appearance yesterday in Dennis, Massachusetts, Studds was presented with two petitions
calling for his resignation.


Volume 38 Number 156 Tuesday, August 16,1983




Reagan: Keep out 'troublemakers and bullies'


NEW ORLEANS (AP)--President Reagan says U.S. policy in Central America is like a neighborhood watch system--because it keeps out "troublemakers and bullies."
But he says this watch protects something more important--freedom. The president spoke before the New Orleans convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Then, Senator John Glenn of Ohio took the podium. Glenn-, who's a Democratic presidential hopeful, addressed the audience that confronted the horrors of war. And he added his belief that force in Central America should be used only with public support, and as a last resort.
Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger also spoke to the veteran's convention, and argued his case for more defense spending. Weinberger said he's angry with critics who want less expensive and sopisticated weapons. The defense secretary says that would endanger a great number of American troops.

The State Department insists George Shultz is still in charge of U.S. foreign policy. There's been speculation that Shultz had lost power to some White House officials, especially National Security Adviser William Clark.

But a State Department spokesman yesterday -re-affirmed Shultz's role as the main policy formulator, and said Shultz has made clear his intention of staying with the administration.

Pay increase predicted
(UPI)--A national business survey says American workers can expect pay raises averaging 6.6 percent in 1984, two tenths of one percent less than the average for 1983. But this year's salaries were nearly seven percent higher than in 1982.
The survey was based. on interviews with 600 companies. It was conductd by Sibson and Company, a Princeton-based consulting firm.
Sibson director James Mitchell says "What this survey of salary plans tells us is that companies are adopting a very cautious salary adjustment posture for 1984." Mitchell said companies are taking longer to return to previous levels of prosperity because the recent recession was more severe than was anticipated.

August auto sales up

(UPI)--The domestic auto industry's recovery shifted into high gear during the first 10 days of August.
That's when all six automakers reported their best early August performance in four years, a 41.2 percent gain on combined sales of 178,000, compared with 112,000 last year.
So far this year, domestic automakers have sold just over four million cars, up 17.4 percent from last year's 3.4 million. Chrysler had the largest percentage hike, 51 percent, on sales of 23,000 units. But General Motors led the parade, selling 109,000 units.
Ford sales were 38,000, up 11 percent. And its new Tempo model moved ahead of the world's top selling car, Ford's Escort, for sales leadership among Ford models.


Meanwhile, U.S. officials are saying Cuba's recent offer to negotiate the withdrawal of its military advisers from Nicaragua is insincere and unverifiable.
Cuban President Fidel Castro claims to have 200 military advisers in Nicaragua. But U.S. officials say the real number is
more like 2,000, not counting four to six thousand more Cuban construction workers, doctors and teachers.


Honduras has invited Nicaragua and its other neighbors to observe the joint U.S.-Honduran military exercises that are about to get underway. The six-month-long maneuvers will involve as many as 5,000 U.S. troops and up to 6,000 Hondurans.

Nicaragua has accused Honduras of conspiring with the U.S. to overthrow the leftist Nicaraguan government.


Bargaining continues in Continental, AT&T strikes


HOUSTON (UPI)--Contract negotiations begin in Houston today between Continental Airlines and the striking International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers.
The talks, set by a federal mediator, mark the first effort at
negotiations since the walkout began Saturday.
A main issue is wages, with the union demanding $17.70 an hour, and Continental offering $16.
Some workers already make $16 an hour, and others make $13.45 an hour under an expired contract.
Some union members returned to work yesterday under a company threat to replace them.


Meanwhile, there's an
encouraging sign in the strike against AT&T. Union and company negotiators sit down at the bargaining table today for the first time since the telephone operators and technicians walked off the job ten days ago.

A spokesman for one of the three striking unions says the sides aren't any closer together, but at least they've agreed that the bargaining table is the place to discuss their differences. Another union official says the fact that formal negotiations are resuming makes him feel "a little more encouraged " than before.


Georgia federal judge halts paraquat spraying


ATLANTA (UPI)--The government still is considering spraying the herbicide paraquat to kill marijuana in as many as 40 states, even though a federal court judge in Atlanta says the spraying must stop in Georgia.
Georgia residents were not warned that the spraying would take place Friday in a national forest, and were furious and went to court when they found out about it.
The restraining order against the spraying came afer the project in Georgia already was completed.


Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Ted Swift says the project will probably continue in other states. He says the government is "considering spraying paraquat on other federal lands" but would not say when or where.

White House spokesman Pat McKelvey says paraquat is used safely to kill weeds on almost 11 million acres of farmland in the United States. He accused marijuana growers of exaggerating the herbicide's suspected health hazard.


Beirut airport opens following cease-fire pact


LEBANON (UPI)--Lebanon's Middle East Airlines plans to resume flights today into Beirut International Airport, which was temporarily closed because of sectarian fighting between Druze forces and the Lebanese army.
The Druze began shelling the country's only international airport, the presidential palace and army posts six days ago.
They demanded the resignation of prime minister Chefik Wazzan's cabinet and the withdrawal of Le-


banese army units from Druze strongholds in the Shouf mountains.
Twenty-five people were reported killed in the violence.
Yesterday, Druze gunmen agreed to halt the attacks on the airport.
As officials readied the reopening, the headquarters of the U.S. Marines based at the airport prepared for a visit today by General Paul Kelly, the Marine Corps Commandant.


Nkomo emerges from exile, returns to Zimbabwe


ZIMBABWE (UPI)--Opposition leader Joshua Nkomo returned home to Zimbabwe today after five months of self-imposed exile in Britain.
Two-hundred supporters of the 66-year-old minority leader sang and chanted when he arrived at Harare's airport.
When Nkomo fled secretly to Britain in March, Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Robert Mugabe charged that Nkomo and his supporters were plotting to overthrow the government.
But observers now believe Mugabe, who hopes to make Zimbabwe a one-party state within lb months, offered Nkomo promises of safety in hopes of winning his support.
Nkomo plans to attend tomorrow's debate in parliament on a govern-


ment motion to deprive him of his seat.

Delegate plan rejected

WASHINGTON (AP)--Officials of the Democratic Party have rejected a plan for selecting delegates that would have given Ohio Senator John Glenn Ln advantage in his home state's presidential primary next May.
Under the Ohio plan for picking delegates to the 1984 Democratic National Convention, primary voters would have cast a ballot for a presidential candidate rather than for individual delegates. lhe presidential candidate getting the most votes in each Congressional district would have been awarded all the delegates.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba







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There will be a Red Cross Orientation on Friday, Aug. 26, at 9:30 a.m. in the hospital education room. This orientation is for all new volunteers who have not yet attended one and for anyone who would like to become a Red Cross Volunteer. The monthly Red Cross tea will follow the orientation. For more information call the Red Cross office at 4676 or 2234.

Starting Sept. 1 anyone using the
Special Services Day Care Center must have these forms completed before leaving children at the center:
Imanization Forms
Medical Release Forms
The forms are available at the Day Care Center. For further information, please contact Ms. Charlene Wilson at 2205 DWH or MCPO I.G. Neal at 2248 DWH.

Club Activities-'
Girl Scout registration
will be held on W UJ Saturday and Sunday,
0Aug. 20 and 21, from 11
a.m. until 2 p.m. in front-of the Navy Exchange. Adult volunteers are needed, so why not give it a try.

Tickets for the FIA officers' installation night to be held Aug. 20 can be obtained at the bar until Aug. 17. Members free, nonmembers $2.50. All members must have a ticket.

Tickets for the Socializers' talent show, "It's Your Thing," are on sale now. The talent show will be at the elementary school amphitheatre on Sunday, August 21, at 6 p.m. and half of the proceeds will be contributed to the American Red Cross. The tickets are $3 for adults and $1 for children (pay at door). The first place winner will receive $200, second place $100, and third place $50. Come out and support a good cause.




Additional information on the Golden Gate MS degree in Human Relations has been received at Navy Campus. Anyone who has not received information in the mail and who has a BA or BS degree should contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769.

LA Metro finally has the science course to help you get your degree. Human Biology is being offered in term 1/84. In this course you will study reproduction and human development; the formation, structure and function of cells. This is a general course for the non-science major. Registration for term 1/84 begins August 15th.
One of the most important factors in determining a nation's economic health and well being is its labor force. Labor Management Relations offered by LA Metro is a course designed to assist you in that understanding. For more information call 4307/4748.





GAZETTE-'


Captain Maurice 0. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base

Lt. Cmdr. J.D. Van Sickle ..........
.............Public Affairs Officer
Ens. Christy McCollom ..............
....... Asst. Public Affairs Officer 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 am outlined in NVEXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed
five times weeky at government expense on government equipment at the Navy Publications and Printing Service ;Branch Office, the opinion or stateets in news items : that appear herein are not to he construed as official
*or am reflecting the vies of CONNAVEASE or the Din partment of the Navy.


A Special Services Flea Market
will be held Sunday, Aug. 21, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise is sold. No one will be allowed to set up prior to noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar--large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special Services office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the flea market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased.


The Marine Mini Mart is now selling real, fresh juice and milk that does not have to be refrigerated until the carton has been opened. Come in and check it out at the Marine Mini Mart. Personalized Services has just received the famous GTHO T-shirts and hats in assorted styles, sizes and colors for children and adults. If you're in the market for GTMO T-shirts and hats, visit the Navy Exchange Personalized Services Center today. The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a grand opening in Toyland August 30. Come and pick out that special toy for each of those young ones on your list. We have a layaway plan for your convenience.


Educational Notes


ODU is offering Psych 303. course is a junior, senior course for people who need level credits.


This level upper


Interested in flying? Los Angeles Metropolitan College is offering Aeronautical Ground School beginning August 22nd. This course will certify you to take the FAA written examination, a required step in learning to fly. Registration for this and all other LA classes begins August 15th.

All persons registered to take the CLEP General English Exam with Essay on Sept. 15 should call Navy Campus at 4769 to indicate which test session (7:30 a.m. or 9:30 a.m.) you would prefer.

National Teachers Exam Bulletins
are now available for interested base personnel at the Navy Campus office. Fall test dates are Oct. 24 for the Core Battery test and Nov. 7 for the Specialty Area tests. All tests must be ordered by Sept. 2 via Navy Campus at 4769.

~W.T. Sai



The W.T. Sampson School registration for grades K-6 will continue at the elementary school multipurpose room on Aug. 16 and 17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Last names beginning with letters M through Z should register on Aug. 16 and on Aug. 17 everyone who did not register on the two preceeding days must register their children. Parents should present the previous year's report card, a copy of their orders (for newcomers only), the child's immunization record, and any other pertinent materials which will assist the school staff in proper placement. Kindergarten children also will need birth certificates. Children who attended school here last year must re-register. The first day of school will be Aug. 29. School hours will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.


A Vacate Notice: If you are residing in Navy Family Housing, youmust notify, Housing at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. If 30 days is not possible,, as much-advance notice as possible must be given (i.e. short fuse orders, etc.). When you ,receive orders, you should contact the Personal Property office immediately to arrange household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice.

Red Cross Programs consist of CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters," and mother and baby care classes. For more information contact the Red Cross.


The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a jewelry sale Aug. 16 through 23. Come see this fabulous display of fine jewelry from a well-known company. There is a layaway plan for your convenience. Don't forget to register for the pendant that will be given away on Aug. 23.


A new diving shack is opening soon at the Marine Mini Mart. If you have any suggestions, please call
Frances Avela at 2330. The fishing department at the Marine Corps Exchange is looking for suggestions on different items that you would like to see in the department. For suggestions or information, contact Frances Avela at 2330.


Hampton Institute will be offering Social Psychology 205 and Systems Performance this term. Both are nine credits and upper level courses. This may be just the course you need to complete that degree. Registration begins August 15th and ends August 19th. For more information call 4903 DWH.

GRE Advanced Tests in the following subject areas will be administered on Monday, October 17th: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Geology, History, Literature in English, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. These tests are worth 39 SH credits toward a BS/BA degree with NY Regents. They require extensive subject knowledge. The cost is $32 per test, plus a $1.00 registration fee. Anyone interested in taking one of these tests must come by Navy Campus in person to order the test prior to Friday, August 26th. For more information, call Navy Campus at 4769.



mpson School Regis

It is recommended that students bring the following supplies with them on the first day: two No. 2 pencils, erasers, and two notebooks. Other required materials will be determined by the individual teachers. Class assignments will be posted by Thursday, Aug. 25, at the elementary school multi-purpose room (side wall by the main entrance), the Commissary Store, and the Leeward Navy Exchange.



The W.T. Sampson High School registration for grades 7-12 will continue at the elementary school
multi-purpose room Aug. 16 and 17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Registration for grades 9-10 will be held on Aug. 16; and registration


Tuesday, August 16, 1983


bulletin board


Exchange Notes


The Daily Gazette



Special Announcements


Is your car as dusty as a covered wagon on the prairie? Well, the senior class has the answer for you. They are having a car wash Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Downtown Lyceum from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Just leave your car with them and do your shopping and they will do the rest. For more information call Alicia at 4600 DWH or 3476 AWH. Happy trails!

Overeaters Anonymous has found its
way to GTMO. Are you a food-aholic? Do you eat compulsively even when you're not hungry? Are you willing to seek help? If you . are willing to accept a new way of living and a close fellowship with other people just like yourself, then look no further! OA is a fellowship of men and women just like yourself who are willing to share their hopes, strength and experiences with each other in the hopes of helping others who also suffer. The only requirement is the need to stop eating compulsively. There are no fees, dues or weigh-ins. OA is a selfsupporting organization on contributions alone. Meetings are held twice a week; Tuesday evenings from 8:00-9:00 and Friday evenings from 6:00-7:00 on the second deck of the Naval Hospital ARS Unit. For more information about the program, please feel free to call Chief Bucnholz at 7240 DWH. I

Blue CaribeTuesday, August 16
"STEAK NIGHT"
14 OZ. T-Bone Steak
Choice of Potato
Vegetable
%Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$8.50

Thursday, August 18
"GERMAN NIGHT"
Sauerbraten
German Potato Salad
Spiced Sauerkraut
Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$6.50

Friday, August 19
"SEAFOOD SPECIAL"
Jumbo Shrimp Red Snapper Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar
Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea
$6.50
For your dancing and listening pleasure, Dr. D.J. Lou will be playing on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20, from 8 p.m. until midnight. The Patio Lounge will feature our delicious Rum Goodie, the drink of the Caribbean, for only 80�,.


tration

for grades 11-12 will be held on Aug. 17. To eliminate returning to registration all three days, parents with children in both the elementary and high school may register for both on the same day. Parents of new students should present the previous year's report card, a copy of their orders, the child's immunization record, and any other pertinent materials which will assist the school staff in proper placement. Parents of returning students must re-register their children. The first day of school will be Aug. 29.

School hours will be from 8 a.m. until 2:15 p.m. Student/Parent Handbooks, which contain school policies and other information, 'will be handed out at registration.







Tuesday. August 16, 1983


How Many Calories Do You Burn Per Mile?


There are many reasons why people run-weight loss, fitness, getting away from it all and others.
If you run, or would like to, and one of your reasons is to control body weight, the following charts from "Medical Advice to Runners" by Dr. George Sheehan will give you an idea of approximately how many calories are being burned.
















Calories Used Per Mile of Running

WEIGHT PACE PER MILE (Minutes: Seconds)
Pounds 5:20 6:00 6:40 7:20 8:00 8:40 9:20 10:00 10:40 120 83 83 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 130 90 89 88 87 85 84 83 82 81 140 97 95 94 93 92 91 89 88 87 150 103 102 101 99 98 97 95 94 93 160 110 109 107 106 104 103 101 100 99
170 117 115 113 112 111 109 107 106 105 180 123 121 120 119 117 115 114 112 111
190 130 128 127 125 123 121 120 118 117 200 137 135 133 131 129 128 126 124 123
210 143 141 139 137 136 134 132 130 129 220 150 148 146 144 142 140 138 136 135


Calories Used Per Minute of Running

WEIGHT PACE PER MILE (Minutes: Seconds)
Pounds 5:20 6:00 6:40 7:20 8:00 8:40 9:20 10:00 10:40
120 15.6 13.8 12.1 10.9 9.9 9.0 8.3 7.6 7.0 130 16.9 14.8 13.2 11.8 10.7 9.7 8.9 8.2 7.6 140 18.1 15.9 14.1 12.6 11.5 10.5 9.6 8.8 8.1 150 19.4 17.0 15.1 13.5 12.3 11.2 10.2 9.4 8.7 160 20.6 18.1 16.1 14.5 13.0 11.8 10.9 10.0 9.3 170 21.9 19.2 17.0 15.3 13.8 12.7 11.5 10.6 9.8 180 23.1 20.2 18.0 16.2 14.6 13.3 12.2 11.2 10.4 190 24.4 21.3 19.0 17.0 15.4 14.0 12.9 11.8 10.9 200 25.6 22.4 19.9 17.9 16.2 14.8 13.5 12.4 11.5 210 26.9 .23.6 20.9 18.7 17.0 15.5 14-.1- 13.0 12.1
220 28.1 24.7 21.9 19.6 17.8 16.2 14.8 13.6 12.6
NOTE Expenditure of 3,500 calories equals one-pound weight loss.




Naval Base Civilian Personnel Job Openings

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.


Five Supply Department, Control Division personnel receive awards. Left to right, they are: Silven Butler, Supervisory Inventory Management Specialist (Sustained Superior Performance and Outstanding Performance Awards); Catherine Campbell, Inventory Management Speicalist (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); Marvin Branham, Procurement Off icer (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); Paulette Winegeart, Supply Clerk (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); and Zina Thomas, Supply Clerk
(Outstanding Performance Award). (Official U.S. Navy photo)


Enlisted man receives new award for heroism-


WASHINGTON (NES)--The Navy hero of a dramatic rescue at sea has received a new award for heroism.
Aviation Structural Mechanic Second Class James D. McCann II became the Navy's first recipient of the Non-Commissioned Officers Association Military Vanguard Award for heroism in ceremonies at the NCOA's annual banquet in Las Vegas, Nev., July 16.
This new award is to be presented annually to enlisted people from each of the uniformed services for particularly heroic acts resulting in saving lives or preventing serious injuries.
McCann,+ assignedto N +avalAir Station, Oceana at Virginia Beach, Va., was a search and rescue aircrewman on board a Navy helicopter responding to a distress call from


a civilian ship 30 miles off the coast of Virginia on Feb. 12. Upon reaching the ship, McCann was lowered into the water, where he worked with the crew of a Coast Guard helicopter involved in the rescue.
Although hampered by darkness, rough seas and very cold air and water temperatures, McCann rescued five people from the stricken vessel, placed them in the rescue basket and accompanied each one into the helicopter. In all, he spent 90 minutes in the frigid water.
A native of Emporia, Va., McCann entered the Navy in February 1976 and served with Attack Squadron 94 at Naval Air Station, Lemore, Calif., before reporting to Oceana in May 1981.


ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE


SECRETARY (TYPING),
GS-318-06/07

SHOP PLANNER (HEAVY MOBILE EQUIP. MECH.) WD/LWD-5803-06


.CLOSING DATE
30 August 1983 22 August 1983


The following positions are permanent registers:


46-83 18-83 96-83

*AF-17-83


CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl)
FIREFIGHTER, (Structural), PS- OPEN 081-03
SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GS- OPEN 2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWO/NA- OPEN 3566-1 (FT & PT)


All Commands

Fire Dept. ComTLissary

UOPH


ET2 David W. Daily of Base Communications is congratulated upon his selection as "Communicator of the Quarter" by Lt. j.g. Richard G. Sheldon, Comunications Officer. (Official U.S. Navy
photo)


Norfolk numbers aren't what they used to be


APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS:


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


NORFOLK, Va. (NES)--That annoying, unmistakable monotoned phone company recording: "Your call cannot be completed as dialed; please check the number..." is ringing in the ears of callers all over the world who are trying to reach naval installations in Norfolk, Va.
Effective in June, naval activity phone number changes in the Norfolk area effected commercial, Autovon and Federal Telecommunications systems networks. The changes are:
--Autovon 690-XXXX is now Autovon 564-XXXX which correlates with commercial (804) 445-XXXX and FTS 954-XXXX,
--Commercial exchange (804) 445XXXX has been added and Autovon 565-XXXX or FTS 875-XXXX correspond,


--Autovon 690-XXXX is off the hook, no longer in service.

If you frequently dial the Norfolk area, make a note of this. It could save you a lot of time and trouble later.


It pays to get married

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)--A young honeymooner was planning on heading back to her hotel room Sunday, but she is probably happy friends talked her out of it.

Annette Barrios of Santa Paula, Calif. dropped $3 in a slot machine and got back well over $1 million. A casino spokesman says it's probably the biggest payoff in Navada history.


280-83 281-83


COMMAND
COMMAVBASE


PMD


NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-28-82 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-20-83


Equal Opportunity 'TIP OF THE WEEK'


"First" and "only" are prejudicial terms when applied to minorities filling so-called traditional white male positions, (i.e., "Petty Officer Jones, the only black in the EEO program').


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Pan American games open; U.S. takes 5 gold


VENEZUhLA (AP)--The U.S. opened its competition in the Pan American games in Caracas, Venezuela by winning five gold medals. Two golds and a silver came in individual shooting competition, while in team shooting events, the U.S. came away with one gold and one silver.
The U.S. basketball team opened its play last night with a 74-63 win over Mexico, but it wasn't as easy as expected.
The heavily favored American squad, led by North Carolina's Sam Perkins and Michael Jordan, had to rally in the second half for their win. Trailing 47-36 at halftime, the Americans went to a secondhalf zone defense and outscored the Mexican team 38-16 to come away on top.
Perkins, a 6'9" forward, scored ten of his team-leading 16 points in the decisive final 20 minutes. Jordan, held to only a pair of baskets in the first half, scored 11 overall on the night.


THE SPOI

By Arty Goodman
Associated Press
The best of this year's three-year-old colts may be "Play Fellow." That's what trainer Harvey Vanier thinks. He may be right, for the moment.
Play Fellow won the Travers Stakes in Saratoga Springs, New York Saturday. The colt finished one and three-quarters lengths ahead of "Slew 0' Gold." It was the third straight win for Play Fellow, and his sixth in 11 start this year.
Play Fellow was sixth in the Kentucky Derby, and fifth in the Preakness. Since then it's been a story of improvement.

The colt beat Kentucky Derby winner "Sunny's Halo" in the Arlington Classic. He's also outclassed "Deputed Testamony," the Preakness winner, in April's Blue Grass Stakes and the past weekend's Travers Stakes.
Jockey Pat Day is one reason for the horse's improved showings. Day began riding Play Fellow after the Preakness. That's when the winning streak started.


El


MISCKLLAN4EOUS

Marine Corps Exchange is looking to rent or buy a single floppy disk drive for a Commodore VIC 64 home computer; model It1541. If you have one that we can rent or buy, please call Frances at 2330 or 2570 DWH.
LOST
One gold earring at the COMO pool on or about Aug. 5. Please call Shirley at 2695.
SERVICES
Experienced babysitter will babysit your child in her home Monday through Saturday, day or night. Call Patty at 4580 AT.

Mother of two would like to provide dependable child care for working parents. Would prefer someone three years or older. Call 2939 AT.

WANTED

"Crossfire" is in a regrouping process and also learning new sets. We would like to get a new lead singer. Anybody who can "belt out a tune" can call John at 2269 DWH or Jack at 3245 AWH.

Persons interested in joining a car pool for a few children to go one way to Nursery School each morning. I prefer Nob Hill area parents only. Anyone interested who can help drive please call 3205 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily.

Someone to babysit in our home approx. 30 hours per week. Call 4591 AT.


In other events at the Pan American games, the U.S. baseball team opened its play with an 8-0 win over the Dominican Republic. But the American soccer team didn't fare well. They lost to Guatemala 3-0. The U.S. women's softball team was also a loser, 6-5 to Puerto Rico.
The Pan American games will run through August 29th.

NFL
(AP)--The deadline passed for track star Willie Gault to sign with the Chicago Bears. Head coach Mike Ditka says it's unlikely Gault will ever play for the NFL club.
Bears' general manager Jim Finks had set a deadline yesterday for the wide receiver to sign a reported $1.2 million contract. Ditka said, "The negotiations were over."
Gault was a number-one draft choice from the University of Tennessee.

tTSMAN


No horse has stepped forward to establish itself as the year's best three-year-old. But several have shown championship form at given times.
Injuries have played their part in the year's major races.
"Sunny's Halo" missed the Travers because of an infection, and Belmont Stakes winner "Caveat" isn't running now because of a leg injury.
In retrospect, the injuries, the lack of a truly great horse among the three-year-old colts, jockey changes, and the balance among the field all indicate why there was no triple crown winner in 1983.
But, all in all, it must be remembered that triple crown winners in horse racing are as rare in sports as are triple crown winners in baseball. It takes a tremendous coincidental series of circumstances to create that situation where all the right pieces fall into all the right places. But when it does happen, it's magic. And we all know that magic just can't be performed all the time, reality just won't permit


At


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(AP)--The Los Angeles Dodgers blew a golden opportunity to make up ground on West Division leading Atlanta.
The Braves were shut out by the San Diego Padres 4-0 last night as Dave Dravecky picked up his 14th win of the year.
But Atlanta lost the services of third baseman Bob Horner for the rest of the season when he broke his right wrist sliding into second base in an attempt to break up a double play. He'll be out for at least eight weeks, beyond the end of the regular season, playoffs and world series.
The Dodgers fell to the Giants 7-3 at home. They remain fiveand-a-half games behind Atlanta as a result.
Chicago's Britt Burns, making his first start in more than two weeks, held the New York Yankees to three hits as the White Sox won 1-0. He beat Dave Righetti who allowed only five hits and struck out 11.
Moose Haas has now thrown 26 straight shutout innings, a new Milwaukee club record. He's also won seven straight games and has improved his season's record to 11-2. Last night he went eight innings as the Brewers stopped Boston, 2-0.

Baltimore got a solid pitching performance from rookie Mike Roddicker, but it was the power of John Lowenstein that carried them to their 6-4 win. His three-run homer highlighted a five-run sixth, enough to lift the Orioles to their win over the Texas Rangers.


AMERICAN
Toronto Kansas City Oakland Minnesota

NATIONAL
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Houston Montreal


Cleveland
Detroit California Seattle


Chicago New York Cincinnati St. Louis


classifieds


Bottle collector desires to expand collection. Will pay $$$$ for old or unusual bottles, American or foreign. Call 2454 AT.


Child's safety gate. AT.
FOR SALE
'76 Dodge Colt, good Asking $1500. Contact Mr at 4348 DWH or SSGT. 3658 AWH.


'72 Chevy Vega station wagon with AM/FM cassette radio. Needs engine work, $200. Call 2883 DWH.


Berkline rocker/recliner with back Call 4580 heater and three-speed vibrator
built in. Mechanism and structure excellent. Gold Herculon upholstery worn but no holes or tears. condition. Great for den or UPH room. Could Irs. Miller be reupholstered for a fraction of Miller at the cost of a new unit, $50. Call
2298 AT.


Puch moped, new in February, well cared for. Perfect for GTMO, $500. Call 4575 DWH or 3552 AWH.

Moped, $200; 22,000 BTU a/c, $200. Call 2314 AT.

Men's ring, size 10, $40; women's jewelry; baby clothes, size 0-6 mos.; women's Navy uniforms and shoes. Will accept best offer on any of these items. Call 4580 AT.

Camera Minolta XE-5 with X2 converter, $100. Call 6215 DWH and ask for Don.

Wooden high chair, $20; Eureka tank vacuum cleaner with extra bags, $30. Call 4154 DWE or 2966 AWH and ask for Merna.

Brand new flat and fitted sheets w/pillow case for twin size bed.
For more information call 4600 or 4432 DWH or 3476 AWH and ask for Alicia.


Traffic Safety You always have time to drive safely


Ford Galaxie, good working condition, $700 neg. Call 4442 DWH or 3277 AWH and ask for Jackie.

We have Intellivision games, all six months old with little use, boxing, skiing, soccer, basketball, poker & blackjack, $10 ea.
Baby walker, baby changing table, $10 ea. Call 2939 AT.


'78 KZ-650
Jody at "C"


KAWA, $1600. Contact complex, P-201.

DAILY ENU

Water

Use: 1,087,000 G
$6,822


L Target: 1,000,000
$6,276


Tuesday, August 16, 1983

Tennis
KINGS ISLAND, Ohio (AP)-The Association of Tennis Professionals championships got under way at Kings Island, Ohio, yesterday.
Fourth-seeded Mats Wilander of Sweden defeated countryman Joachim Nystrom to highlight first-round play in the $375,000 event. The score of the match was 6-7, 7-5, 6-2.
Sixth-seed Jimmy Arias also won, stopping Cassio Motta of Brazil, 6-1, 6-4. Other seeds advancing yesterday include number-12 Eliot Teltscher and number-ll Bill Scanlon.
Top seeds John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors join the action today.

Local Briefs
Tennis and GTMO seem to go hand and hand. Rosters for Intercommand Tennis being accepted by Special Services through September 2nd (8 person limit). A Call 2560 for more details.

Peeking around the corner is NFL action... and your chance to get in on some football fun also. September is just a couple of weeks away, and Special Services is accepting rosters for Intercommand Football. Play begins in early September, and the deadline for submitting rosters (18 man limit) is August 26th. For more information, call 2560.

How about a chance to get away from GTMO, play some golf, and enjoy stateside activities? Well, the Norfolk Navy Golf Championship is slated for September 13-16, and Special Services is sponsoring a 36-4.ole, no handicap tournament September 3 & 4. Get out your 2iron, and practice your "worm burner," because sign-ups are due before August 31st, at 4:30 p.m. Call 2560 for more information.

Man against metal. That's right, you can find out how you can do in a precision event, and "horse" around while doing it. This Friday is the deadline for all active duty military persons interested in participating in a double elimination singles and doubles horseshoes tournament. The dates of the event are August 24-26, so sign up at Special Services before 4:30 p.m. Friday.

'61 Chevy pickup, many new parts. True GTMO special. Needs a little work but the motor is in sound condition. The body is a little rough. Six cylinder, four-speed. Best offer over $200. Call ..2 AWH or 7230 DWH and ask for Brian.


Tiny new, qts) $32.


1 cu.ft. Sears refrigerator, in carton, $103; one case (24 Castrol GTX motor oil, 10W40, Call 2230 AWH.


Two older-style Japanese dolls w/cases, $60 ea. or both for $100. Boy's dirt-style bike, 16", $30.
Four steel/chrome-plated mag rims for Chevy, 7x14", $80 (includes lugs); new steel-belted radial
tire on Chevy rim, GR78xl4, $25. Lady's evening gown w/shawl by Lerners, size 9/10, $25. Two oriental-design hanging scrolls, $5 for both. Man's three-speed, bike, needs minor work, $20. Call 2454 AT.

TEAC V-95RX cassette deck, less
than one year old. AAFES catalog pg. R273. Excellently cared for by serious audio enthusiast. A great deal at $200. Call 4870 DWH or 4990 AWH.


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Electricity

Gallons Use: 304,900 RWA $30,655


Gallons Target: 272,218 $27,370


Use: $37,477 Target: $34,024




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Energy Tip of the Day 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. News Digest (UPI)--Libyan-backed rebel forces are said to have halted their march through Chad, apparently deterred by strongholds set up by the French army. The rebel forces have taken nearly half the northern part of the country. But Chad says the rebels stopped their assault when French paratroopers set up outposts north of the capital. Chad's government is asking for more French support, saying it fears the Libyan-backed troops will renew their push south. (UPI)--Public hearings begin today in the federal probe into why an Air Canada DC-9 caught fire en route from Dallas to Toronto, killing 23 passengers. The hearings in suburban Cincinnati by the National Transportation Safety Board will include testimony from about 30 witnesses, including some passengers who survived the June 23rd mishap. WASHINGTON (UPI)--The FBI reportedly wants Justice Department permission to give lie detector tests to CIA chief William Casey and White House chief of staff James Baker in its probe of the Reagan campaign's use of Carter briefing .papers. The Washington Post quotes sources saying the FBI wants to ask the men about their conflicting statements. Baker said he got the Carter papers from Casey, who has denied any connection with the purloined documents. The FBI would neither confirm nor deny the report and the Justice Department refused comment. MEMPHIS, Tennessee (UPI)--Nearly 5,000 people showed up at Graceland mansi" in Memphis, Tennessee, last night for a candlelight vigil on the eve of the sixth anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. The fans lighted candles from a large torch carried by two of Presley's cousins. The torch had been started at the eternal flame, which marks the rock 'n roll singer's grave. WARSAW (UPI)--In a trip being viewed as a vote of confidence to Polish military leader Wojciech Jaruzelski, the head of East Germany's Communist party arrives in Warsaw today for a three-day visit. Erich Honecker is the highest-ranking East European leader to come to Poland since the now-banned Solidarity union was formed three years ago this week. (UPI)--The next mission of the space shuttle "Challenger" will last six days, not five as originally scheduled. Officials extended the mission yesterday, saying they wanted to give groundbased crew more time to check the ability of a satellite to communicate with the shuttle Lift-off is still scheduled for August 30th. (UPI)--Massachusetts Congressman Gerry Studds has run into opposition in his district for the first time since being censured for having a homosexual affair with a Congressional aide. At an appearance yesterday in Dennis, Massachusetts, Studds was presented with two petitions calling for his resignation. Volume 38 Number 156 NEW ORLEANS (AP)--President Reagan says U.S. policy in Central America is like a neighborhood watch system--because it keeps out "troublemakers and bullies." But he says this watch protects something more important--freedom. The president spoke before the New Orleans convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Then, Senator John Glenn of Ohio took the podium. Glenn, who's a Democratic presidential hopeful, addressed the audience that confronted the horrors of war. And he added his belief that force in Central America should be used only with public support, and as a last resort. Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger also spoke to the veteran's convention, and argued his case for more defense spending. Weinberger said he's angry with critics who want less expensive and sopisticated weapons. The defense secretary says that would endanger a great number of American troops. The State Department insists George Shultz is still in charge of U.S. foreign policy. There's been speculation that Shultz had lost power to some White House officials, especially National Security Adviser William Clark. But a State Department spokesman yesterday re-affirmed Shultz's role as the main policy formulator, and said Shultz has made clear his intention of staying with the administration. Pay increase predicted (UPI)--A national business survey says American workers can expect pay raises averaging 6.6 percent in 1984, two tenths of one percent less than the average for 1983. But this year's salaries were nearly seven percent higher than in 1982. The survey was based. on interviews with 600 companies. It was conductd by Sibson and Company, a Princeton-based consulting firm. Sibson director James Mitchell says "What this survey of salary plans tells us is that companies are adopting a very cautious salary adjustment posture for 1984." Mitchell said companies are taking longer to return to previous levels of prosperity because the recent recession was more severe than was anticipated. August auto sales up (UPI)--The domestic auto industry's recovery shifted into high gear during the first 10 days of August. That's when all six automakers reported their best early August performance in four years, a 41.2 percent gain on combined sales of 178,000, compared with 112,000 last year. So far this year, domestic automakers have sold just over four million cars, up 17.4 percent from last year's 3.4 million. Chrysler had the largest percentage hike, 51 percent, on sales of 23,000 units. But General Motors led the parade, selling 109,000 units. Ford sales were 38,000, up 11 percent. And its new Tempo model moved ahead of the world's top selling car, Ford's Escort, for sales leadership among Ford models. Meanwhile, U.S. officials are saying Cuba's recent offer to negotiate the withdrawal of its military advisers from Nicaragua is insincere and unverifiable. Cuban President Fidel Castro claims to have 200 military advisers in Nicaragua. But U.S. officials say the real number is more like 2,000, not counting four to six thousand more Cuban construction workers, doctors and teachers. Tuesday, August 16,1983 Honduras has invited Nicaragua and its other neighbors to observe the joint U.S.-Honduran military exercises that are about to get underway. The six-month-long maneuvers will involve as many as 5,000 U.S. troops and up to 6,000 Hondurans. Nicaragua has accused Honduras of conspiring with the U.S. to overthrow the leftist Nicaraguan government. Bargaining continues in Continental, AT&T strikes HOUSTON (UPI)--Contract negotiations begin in Houston today between Continental Airlines and the striking International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers. The talks, set by a federal mediator, mark the first effort at negotiations since the walkout began Saturday. A main issue is wages, with the union demanding $17.70 an hour, and Continental offering $16. Some workers already make $16 an hour, and others make $13.45 an hour under an expired contract. Some union members returned to work yesterday under a company threat to replace them. Meanwhile, there's an encouraging sign in the strike against AT&T. Union and company negotiators sit down at the bargaining table today for the first time since the telephone operators and technicians walked off the job ten days ago. A spokesman for one of the three striking unions says the sides aren't any closer together, but at least they've agreed that the bargaining table is the place to discuss their differences. Another union official says the fact that formal negotiations are resuming makes him feel "a little more encouraged than before. Georgia federal judge halts paraquat spraying ATLANTA (UPI)--The government still is considering spraying the herbicide paraquat to kill marijuana in as many as 40 states, even though a federal court judge in Atlanta says the spraying must stop in Georgia. Georgia residents were not warned that the spraying would take place Friday in a national forest, and were furious and went to court when they found out about it. The restraining order against the spraying came afer the project in Georgia already was completed. Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Ted Swift says the project will probably continue in other states. He says the government is "considering spraying paraquat on other federal lands" but would not say when or where. White House spokesman Pat McKelvey says paraquat is used safely to kill weeds on almost 11 million acres of farmland in the United States. He accused marijuana growers of exaggerating the herbicide's suspected health hazard. Beirut airport opens following cease-fire pact LEBANON (UPI)--Lebanon's Middle banese army units from Druze East Airlines plans to resume strongholds in the Shouf flights today into Beirut Internamountains. tional Airport, which was temporTwenty-five people were reported arily closed because of sectarian killed in the violence. fighting between Druze forces and Yesterday, Druze gunmen agreed the Lebanese army. to halt the attacks on the airThe Druze began shelling the port. country's only international airAs officials readied the reopenport, the presidential palace and ing, the headquarters of the U.S. army posts six days ago. Marines based at the airport preThey demanded the resignation of pared for a visit today by General prime minister Chefik Wazzan's Paul Kelly, the Marine Corps Com cabinet and the withdrawal of Lamandant. Nkomo emerges from exile, returns to Zimbabwe ZIMBABWE (UPI)--Opposition leader Joshua Nkomo returned home to Zimbabwe today after five months of self-imposed exile in Britain. Two-hundred supporters of the 66-year-old minority leader sang and chanted when he arrived at Harare's airport. When Nkomo fled secretly to Britain in March, Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Robert Mugabe charged that Nkomo and his supporters were plotting to overthrow the government. But observers now believe Mugabe, who hopes to make Zimbabwe a one-party state within lb months, offered Nkomo promises of safety in hopes of winning his support. Nkomo plans to attend tomorrow's debate in parliament on a government motion to deprive him of his seat. Delegate plan rejected WASHINGTON (AP)--Officials of the Democratic Party have rejected a plan for selecting delegates that would have given Ohio Senator John Glenn cn advantage in his home state's presidential primary next May. Under the Ghio plan for picking delegates to the 19b4 Democratic National Convention, primary voters would have cast a ballot for a presidential candidate rather than for individual delegates. The presidential candidate getting the most votes in each Congressional district would have been awarded all the delegates. v EJL~LVi -3 GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Reagan: Keep out 'troublemakers and bullies' ti 4 w

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Page 2 There will be a Red Cross Orientation on _rida -'. at 9:30 a.m. in the hospital education room. This orientation is for all new volunteers who have not yet attended one and for anyone who would like to become a Red Cross Volunteer. The monthly Red Cross tea will follow the orientation. For more information call the Red Cross office at 4676 or 2234. Starting Sept. 1 anyone using the Special Services Day Care Center must have these forms completed before leaving children at the center: Imunization Forms Medical Release Forms The forms are available at the Day Care Center. For further information, please contact Ms. Charlene Wilson at 2205 DWH or MCPO I.G. Neal at 2248 DWH. Club Activities Girl Scout registration will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20 and 21, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in front of the Navy Exchange. Adult volunteers are needed, so why not give it a try. Tickets for the FRA officers' installation night to be held Aug. 20 can be obtained at the bar until Aug. 17. Members free, nonmembers $2.50. All members must have a ticket. Tickets for the Socializers' talent show, "It's Your Thing,'" are on sale now. The talent show will be at the elementary school amphitheatre on Sunday, August 21, at 6 p.m. and half of the proceeds will be contributed to the American Red Cross. The tickets are $3 for adults and $1 for children (pay at door). The first place winner will receive $200, second place $100, and third place $50. Come out and support a good cause. Additional information on the Golden Gate MS degree in Human Relations has been received at Navy Campus. Anyone who has not received information in the mail and who has a BA or BS degree should contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769. LA Metro finally has the science course to help you get your degree. Human Biology is being offered in term 1/84. In this course you will study reproduction and human development; the formation, structure and function of cells. This is a general course for the non-science major. Registration for term 1/84 begins August 15th. One of the most important factors in determining a nation' s economic health and well being is its labor force. Labor Management Relations offered by LA Metro is a course designed to assist you in that understanding. For more information call 4307/4748. TL DAEL GAZETTE 1 Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. J.D. Van Sickle. .Public Affairs Officer Ens. Christy McCollom. .Asst. Public Affairs Officer 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 NAVWOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed equpmntat heNay Publiis an ~d Printing Sesric Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items tha asppr he rei art obe AsuEas rff icia pareflectigthe v wso. CO5AVAS5o the eparmen ofth Navy. The Daily Gazette S ecial Announcements A Special Services Flea Market will be held Sunday, Aug. 21, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise is sold. No one will be allowed to set up prior to noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar--large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special Services office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the flea market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased. bulletin A Vacate Notice: If you are residing in Navy Family Housing, you must notify Housing at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. If 30 days is not possible, as much advance notice as possible must be given (i.e. short fuse orders, etc.). When you receive orders, you should contact the Personal Property office immediately to arrange household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice. Red Cross Programs consist of CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters," and mother and baby care classes. For more information contact the Red Cross. n board The Marine Mini Mart is now selling real, fresh juice and milk that does not have to be refrigerated until the carton has been opened. Come in and check it out at the Marine Mini Mart. Personalized Services has just received the famous GTMO T-shirts and hats in assorted styles, sizes and colors for children and adults. If you're in the market for GTMO T-shirts and hats, visit the Navy Exchange Personalized Services Center today. The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a grand opening in Toyland August 30. Come and pick out that special toy for each of those young ones on your list. We have a layaway plan for your convenience. Educational Notes ODU is offering Psych 303. This course is a junior, senior level course for people who need upper level credits. Interested in flying? Los Angeles Metropolitan College is offering Aeronautical Ground School beginning August 22nd. This course will certify you to take the FAA written examination, a required step in learning to fly. Registration for this and all other LA classes begins August 15th. All persons registered to take the CLEP General English Exam with Essay on Sept. 15 should call Navy Campus at 4769 to indicate which test session (7:30 a.m. or 9:30 a.m.) you would prefer. National Teachers Exam Bulletins are now available for interested base personnel at the Navy Campus office. Fall test dates are Oct. 24 for the Core Battery test and Nov. 7 for the Specialty Area tests. All tests must be ordered by Sept. 2 via Navy Campus at 4769. The W.T. Sampson School registration for grades K-6 will continue at the elementary school multipurpose room on Aug. 16 and 17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Last names beginning with letters M through Z should register on Aug. 16 and on Aug. 17 everyone who did not register on the two preceeding days must register their children. Parents should present the previous year's report card, a copy of their orders (for newcomers only), the child's immunization record, and any other pertinent materials which will assist the school staff in proper placement. Kindergarten children also will need birth certificates. Children who attended school here last year must re-register. The first day of school will be Aug. 29. School hours will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a jewelry sale Aug. 16 through 23. Come see this fabulous display of fine jewelry from a well-known company. There is a layaway plan for your convenience. Don't forget to register for the pendant that will be given away on Aug. 23. A new diving shack is opening soon at the Marine Mini Mart. If you have any suggestions, please call Frances Avela at 2330. The fishing department at the Marine Corps Exchange is looking for suggestions on different items that you would like to see in the department. For suggestions or information, contact Frances Avela at 2330. Hampton Institute will be offering Social Psychology 205 and Systems Performance this term. Both are nine credits and upper level courses. This may be just the course you need to complete that degree. Registration begins August 15th and ends August 19th. For more information call 4903 DWH. GRE Advanced Tests in the following subject areas will be administered on Monday, October 17th: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Geology, History, Literature in English, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. These tests are worth 39 SH credits toward a BS/BA degree with NY Regents. They require extensive subject knowledge. The cost is $32 per test, plus a $1.00 registration fee. Anyone interested in taking one of these tests must come by Navy Campus in person to order the test prior to Friday, August 26th. For more information, call Navy Campus at 4769. It is recommended that students bring the following supplies with them on the first day: two No. 2 pencils, erasers, and two notebooks. Other required materials will be determined by the individual teachers. Class assignments will be posted by Thursday, Aug. 25, at the elementary school multi-purpose room (side wall by the main entrance), the Commissary Store, and the Leeward Navy Exchange. The W.T. Sampson High School registration for grades 7-12 will continue at the elementary school multi-purpose room Aug. 16 and 17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Registration for grades 9-10 will be held on Aug. 16; and registration Tuesday aust 16, 1983 Is your car as dusty as a covered wagon on the prairie? Well, the senior class has the answer for you. They are having a car wash Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Downtown Lyceum from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Just leave your car with them and do your shopping and they will do the rest. For more information call Alicia at 4600 DWH or 3476 AWH. Happy trails! Overeaters Anonymous has found its way to GTMO. Are you a food-aholic? Do you eat compulsively even when you're not hungry? Are you willing to seek help? If you are willing to accept a new way of living and a close fellowship with other people just like yourself, then look no further! OA is a fellowship of men and women just like yourself who are willing to share their hopes, strength and experiences with each other in the hopes of helping others who also suffer. The only requirement is the need to stop eating compulsively. There are no fees, dues or weigh-ins. OA is a selfsupporting organization on contributions alone. Meetings are held twice a week; Tuesday evenings from 8:00-9:00 and Friday evenings from 6:00-7:00 on the second deck of the Naval Hospital ARS Unit. For more information about the program, please feel free to call. Chief Bucnholz at 7240 DWH. Blue Caribe Tuesday, August 16 "STEAK NIGHT" 14 OZ. T-Bone Steak Choice of Potato Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $8.50 Thursday, August 18 "GERMAN NIGHT" Sauerbraten German Potato Salad Spiced Sauerkraut Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $6.50 Friday, August 19 "SEAFOOD SPECIAL" Jumbo Shrimp Red Snapper Fried Rice Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $6.50 For your dancing and listening pleasure, Dr. D.J. Lou will be playing on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20, from 8 p.m. until midnight. The Patio Lounge will feature our delicious Rum Goodie, the drink of the Caribbean, for only 809. a'aal% for grades 11-12 will be held on Aug. 17. To eliminate returning to registration all three days, parents with children in both the elementary and high school may register for both on the same day. Parents of new students should present the previous year's report card, a copy of their orders, the child's immunization record, and any other pertinent materials which will assist the school staff in proper placement. Parents of returning students must re-register their children. The first day of school will be Aug. 29. School hours will be from 8 a.m. until 2:15 p.m. Student/Parent Handbooks, which contain school policies and other information, will be handed out at registration. Exchange Notes W.T. Sampson School Registration

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Tuesday, August 16, 1983 How Many Calories Do You Burn Per Mile? There are many reasons why people run-weight loss, fitness, getting away from it all and others. If you run, or would like to, and one of your reasons is to control body weight, the following charts from "Medical Advice to Runners" by Dr. George Sheehan will give you an idea of approximately how many calories are being burned. c5 Calories Used Per Mile of Running WEIGHT PACE PER MILE (Minutes: Seconds) WASHINGTON (NES)--The Navy hero of a dramatic rescue at sea has received a new award for heroism. Aviation Structural Mechanic Second Class James D. McCann II became the Navy's first recipient of the Non-Commissioned Officers Association Military Vanguard Award for heroism in ceremonies at the NCOA's annual banquet in Las Vegas, Nev., July 16. This new award is to be presented annually to enlisted people from each of the uniformed services for particularly heroic acts resulting in saving lives or preventing serious injuries. McCann, assigned to Naval Air Station, Oceana at Virginia Beach, Va., was a search and rescue aircrewman on board a Navy helicopter responding to a distress call from a civilian ship 30 miles off the coast of Virginia on Feb. 12. Upon reaching the ship, McCann was lowered into the water, where he worked with the crew of a Coast Guard helicopter involved in the rescue. Although hampered by darkness, rough seas and very cold air and water temperatures, McCann rescued five people from the stricken vessel, placed them in the rescue basket and accompanied each one into the helicopter. In all, he spent 90 minutes in the frigid water. A native of Emporia, Va., McCann entered the Navy in February 1976 and served with Attack Squadron 94 at Naval Air Station, Lemore, Calif., before reporting to Oceana in May 1981. Naval Base Civilian Personnel Job Openings 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 SECRETARY (TYPING), GS-318-06/07 SHOP PLANNER (HEAVY MOBILE EQUIP. MECH.) WD/LWD-5803-06 CLOSING DATE COMMAND 30 August 1983 COMNAVBASE 22 August 1983 PWD The following positions are permanent registers: CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl) FIREFIGHTER, (Structural), PSOPEN 081-03 SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GSOPEN 2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NAOPEN 3566-1 (FT & PT) All Camtands Fire Dept. Colmissary UOPH ET2 David W. Daily of Base Communications is congratulated upon his selection as "Communicator of the Quarter" by Lt. j.g. Richard G. Sheldon, Comumunications Officer. (Official U.S. Navy photo) Norfolk numbers aren't what they used to be APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: 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 NORFOLK, Va. (NES)--That annoying, unmistakable monotoned phone company recording: "Your call cannot be completed as dialed; please check the number." is ringing in the ears of callers all over the world who are trying to reach naval installations in Norfolk, Va. Effective in June, naval activity phone number changes in the Norfolk area effected commercial, Autovon and Federal Telecommunications systems networks. The changes are: --Autovon 690-XXXX is now Autovon 564-XXXX which correlates with commercial (804) 445-XXXX and FTS 954-XXXX, --Commercial exchange (804) 445XXXX has been added and Autovon 565-XXXX or FTS 875-XXXX correspond, --Autovon 690-XXXX is off the hook, no longer in service. If you frequently dial the Norfolk area, make a note of this. It could save you a lot of time and trouble later. It pays to get married LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)--A young honeymooner was planning on heading back to her hotel room Sunday, but she is probably happy friends talked her out of it. Annette Barrios of Santa Paula, Calif. dropped $3 in a slot machine and got back well over $1 million. A casino spokesman says it's probably the biggest payoff in Navada history. Five Supply Department, Control Division personnel receive awards. Left to right, they are: Silven Butler, Supervisory Inventory Management Specialist (Sustained Superior Performance and Outstanding Performance Awards); Catherine Campbell, Inventory Management Speicalist (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); Marvin Branham, Procurement Officer (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); Paulette Winegeart, Supply Clerk (Quality Step Increase and Outstanding Performance Award); and Zina Thomas, Supply Clerk (Outstanding Performance Award). (Official U.S. Navy photo) Enlisted man receives new award for heroism Pounds 5:20 6:00 6:40 7:20 8:00 8:40 9:20 10:00 10:40 120 83 83 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 130 90 89 88 87 85 84 83 82 81 140 97 95 94 93 92 91 89 88 87 150 103 102 101 99 98 97 95 94 93 160 110 109 107 106 104 103 101 100 99 170 117 115 113 112 111 109 107 106 105 180 123 121 120 119 117 115 114 112 111 190 130 128 127 125 123 121 120 118 117 200 137 135 133 131 129 128 126 124 123 210 143 141 139 137 136 134 132 130 129 220 150 148 146 144 142 140 138 136 135 Calories Used Per Minute of Running WEIGHT PACE PER MILE (Minutes: Seconds) Pounds 5:20 6:00 6:40 7:20 8:00 8:40 9:20 10:00 10:40 120 15.6 13.8 12.1 10.9 9.9 9.0 8.3 7.6 7.0 130 16.9 14.8 13.2 11.8 10.7 9.7 8.9 8.2 7.6 140 18.1 15.9 14.1 12.6 11.5 10.5 9.6 8.8 8.1 150 19.4 17.0 15.1 13.5 12.3 11.2 10.2 9.4 8.7 160 20.6 18.1 16.1 14.5 13.0 11.8 10.9 10.0 9.3 170 21.9 19.2 17.0 15.3 13.8 12.7 11.5 10.6 9.8 180 23.1 20.2 18.0 16.2 14.6 13.3 12.2 11.2 10.4 190 24.4 21.3 19.0 17.0 15.4 14.0 12.9 11.8 10.9 200 25.6 22.4 19.9 17.9 16.2 14.8 13.5 12.4 11.5 210 26.9 23.6 20.9 18.7 17.0 15.5 14.1 13.0 12.1 220 28.1 24.7 21.9 19.6 17.8 16.2 14.8 13.6 12.6 NOTE: Expenditure of 3,500 calories equals one-pound weight loss. 280-83 281-83 46-83 18-83 96-83 *NAF-17-83 NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-28-82 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-20-83 Equal Opportunity 'TIP OF THE WEEK' "First" and "only" are prejudicial terms when applied to minorities filling so-called traditional white male positions, (i.e., "Petty Officer Jones, the only black in the EEO program"). 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Page 4 Pan American games open; U.S. takes 5 gold VENEZULLA (AP)--The U.S. opened its competition in the Pan American games in Caracas, Venezuela by winning five gold medals. .Two golds and a silver came in individual shooting competition, while in team shooting events, the U.S. came away with one gold and one silver. The U.S. basketball team opened its play last night with a 74-63 win over Mexico, but it wasn' t as easy as expected. The heavily favored American squad, led by North Carolina's Sam Perkins and Michael Jordan, had to rally in the second half for their win. Trailing 47-36 at halftime, the Americans went to a secondhalf zone defense and outscored the Mexican team 38-16 to come away on top. Perkins, a 6'9" forward, scored ten of his team-leading 16 points in the decisive final 20 minutes. Jordan, held to only a pair of baskets in the first half, scored 11 overall on the night. In other events at the Pan American games, the U.S. baseball team opened its play with an 8-0 win over the Dominican Republic. But the American soccer team didn't fare well. They lost to Guatemala 3-0. The U.S. women's softball team was also a loser, 6-5 to Puerto Rico. The Pan American games will run through August 29th. NFL (AP)--The deadline passed for track star Willie Gault to sign with the Chicago Bears. Head coach Mike Ditka says it's unlikely Gault will ever play for the NFL club. Bears' general manager Jim Finks had set a deadline yesterday for the wide receiver to sign a reported $1.2 million contract. Ditka said, "The negotiations were over." Gault was a number-one draft choice from the University of Tennessee. By Arty Goodman Associated Press The best of this year's three-year-old colts may be "Play Fellow." That's what trainer Harvey Vanier thinks. He may be right, for the moment. Play Fellow won the Travers Stakes in Saratoga Springs, New York Saturday. The colt finished one and three-quarters lengths ahead of "Slew 0' Gold." It was the third straight win for Play Fellow, and his sixth in 11 start this year. Play Fellow was sixth in the Kentucky Derby, and fifth in the Preakness. Since then it's been a story of improvement. The colt beat Kentucky Derby winner "Sunny's Halo" in the Arlington Classic. He's also outclassed "Deputed Testamony," the Preakness winner, in April's Blue Grass Stakes and the past weekend's Travers Stakes. Jockey Pat Day is one reason for the horse's improved showings. Day began riding Play Fellow after the Preakness. That's when the winning streak started. MISCELLANEOUS Marine Corps Exchange is looking to rent or buy a single floppy disk drive for a Commodore VIC 64 home computer; model #1541. If you have one that we can rent or buy, please call Frances at 2330 or 2570 DWH. LOST One gold earring at the COMO pool on or about Aug. 5. Please call Shirley at 2695. SERVICES Experienced babysitter will babysit your child in her home Monday through Saturday, day or night. Call Patty at 4580 AT. Mother of two would like to provide dependable child care for working parents. Would prefer someone three years or older. Call 2939 AT. WANTED "Crossfire" is in a regrouping process and also learning new sets. We would like to get a new lead singer. Anybody who can "belt out a tune" can call John at 2269 DWH or Jack at 3245 AWN. Persons interested in joining a car pool for a few children to go one way to Nursery School each morning. I prefer Nob Hill area parents only. Anyone interested who can help drive please call 3205 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily. Someone to babysit in our home approx. 30 hours per week. Call 4591 AT. Traffic Safety No horse has stepped forward to establish itself as the year's best three-year-old. But several have shown championship form at given times. Injuries have played their part in the year's major races. "Sunny's Halo" missed the Travers because of an infection, and Belmont Stakes winner "Caveat" isn't running now because of a leg injury. In retrospect, the injuries, the lack of a truly great horse among the three-year-old colts, jockey changes, and the balance among the field all indicate why there was no triple crown winner in 1983. But, all in all, it must be remembered that triple crown winners in horse racing are as rare in sports as are triple crown winners in baseball. It takes a tremendous coincidental series of circumstances to create that situation where all the right pieces fall into all the right places. But when it does happen, it's magic. And we all know that magic just can't be performed all the time, reality just won't permit it. Bottle collector desires to expand collection. Will pay $$$$ for old or unusual bottles, American or foreign. Call 2454 AT. Child's safety gate. Call 4580 AT. FOR SALE '76 Dodge Colt, good condition. Asking $1500. Contact Mrs. Miller at 4348 DWH or SSGT. Miller at 3658 AWH. Puch moped, new in February, well cared for. Perfect for GTMO, $500. Call 4575 DWH or 3552 AWH. Moped, $200; 22,000 BTU a/c, $200. Call 2314 AT. Men's ring, size 10, $40; women's jewelry; baby clothes, size 0-6 mos.; women's Navy uniforms and shoes. Will accept best offer on any of these items. Call 4580 AT. Camera Minolta XE-5 with X2 converter, $100. Call 6215 DWH and ask for Don. Wooden high chair, $20; Eureka tank vacuum cleaner with extra bags, $30. Call 4154 DWH or 2966 AWH and ask for Merna. Brand new flat and fitted sheets w/pillow case for twin size bed. For more information call 4600 or 4432 DWH or 3476 AWH and ask for Alicia. You always have time to drive safely gers. AMERICAN Toronto Kansas City Oakland Minnesota NATIONAL Philadelphia Pittsburgh Houston Montreal 6 5 7 5 4 9 5 Cle;eland DEtroit California Seattle Chicago New York Cincinnati St. Louis 2 4 0 4 0 2 1 1 '72 Chevy Vega station wagon with AM/FM cassette radio. Needs engine work, $200. Call 2883 DWH. Berkline rocker/recliner with back heater and three-speed vibrator built in. Mechanism and structure excellent. Gold Herculon upholstery worn but no holes or tears. Great for den or UPH room. Could be reupholstered for a fraction of the cost of a new unit, $50. Call 2298 AT. Ford Galaxie, good working condition, $700 neg. Call 4442 DWH or 3277 AWH and ask for Jackie. We have Intellivision games, all six months old with little use, boxing, skiing, soccer, basketball, poker & blackjack, $10 ea. Baby walker, baby changing table, $10 ea. Call 2939 AT. '78 KZ-650 KAWA, $1600. Contact Jody at "C" complex, P-201. rDAILY ENER Water Use: 1,087,000 6 6822 ,OL Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Use: $37,477 Target: $34,024 The Daily Gazette '61 Chevy pickup, many new parts. True GTMO special. Needs a little work but the motor is in sound condition. The body is a little rough. Six cylinder, four-speed. Best offer over $200. Call .2 AWH or 7230 DWH and ask for Brian. Tiny 12 cu.ft. Sears refrigerator, new, in carton, $103; one case (24 qts) Castrol GTX motor oil, 10W40, $32. Call 2230 AWH. Two older-style Japanese dolls w/cases, $60 ea. or both for $100. Boy's dirt-style bike, 16", $30. Four steel/chrome-plated mag rims for Chevy, 7x14", $80 (includes lugs); new steel-belted radial tire on Chevy rim, GR78xl4, $25. Lady's evening gown w/shawl by Lerners, size 9/10, $25. Two oriental-design hanging scrolls, $5 for both. Man's three-speed bike, needs minor work, $20. Call 2454 AT. TEAC V-95RX cassette deck, less than one year old. AAFES catalog pg. R273. Excellently cared for by serious audio enthusiast. A great deal at $200. Call 4870 DWH or 4990 AWH. GY USAGE Electricity Gallons Use: 304,900 W-I $30,655 Target: 272,218 $27,370 At The Park (AP)--The Los Angeles Dodgers blew a golden opportunity to make up ground on West Division leading Atlanta. The Braves were shut out by the San Diego Padres 4-0 last night as Dave Dravecky picked up his 14th win of the year. But Atlanta lost the services of third baseman Bob Horner for the rest of the season when he broke his right wrist sliding into second base in an attempt to break up a double play. He'll be out for at least eight weeks, beyond the end of the regular season, playoffs and world series. The Dodgers fell to the Giants 7-3 at home. They remain fiveand-a-half games behind Atlanta as a result. Chicago's Britt Burns, making his first start in more than two weeks, held the New York Yankees to three hits as the White Sox won 1-0. He beat Dave Righetti who allowed only five hits and struck out 11. Moose Haas has now thrown 26 straight shutout innings, a new Milwaukee club record. He's also won seven straight games and has improved his season' s record to 11-2. Last night he went eight innings as the Brewers stopped Boston, 2-0. Baltimore got a solid pitching performance from rookie Mike Roddicker, but it was the power of John Lowenstein that carried them to their 6-4 win. His three-run homer highlighted a five-run sixth, enough to lift the Orioles to their win over the Texas RanTHE SPORTSMAN classifieds J Tuesday, August 16, 1983 Tennis KINGS ISLAND, Ohio (AP)--The Association of Tennis Professionals championships got under way at Kings Island, Ohio, yesterday. Fourth-seeded Mats Wilander of Sweden defeated countryman Joachim Nystrom to highlight first-round play in the $375,000 event. The score of the match was 6-7, 7-5, 6-2. Sixth-seed Jimmy Arias also won, stopping Cassio Motta of Brazil, 6-1, 6-4. Other seeds advancing yesterday include number-12 Eliot Teltscher and number-11 Bill Scanlon. Top seeds John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors join the action today. Local Briefs Tennis and GTMO seem to go hand and hand. Rosters for Intercommand Tennis being accepted by Special Services through September 2nd (8 person limit). Call 2560 for more details. Peeking around the corner is NFL action. and your chance to get in on some football fun also. September is just a couple of weeks away, and Special Services is accepting rosters for Intercommand Football. Play begins in early September, and the deadline for submitting rosters (18 man limit) is August 26th. For more information, call 2560. How about a chance to get away from GTMO, play some golf, and enjoy stateside activities? Well, the Norfolk Navy Golf Championship is slated for September 13-16, and Special Services is sponsoring a 36-,,ole, no handicap tournament September 3 & 4. Get out your 2iron, and practice your "worm burner," because sign-ups are due before August 31st, at 4:30 p.m. Call 2560 for more information. Man against metal. That's right, you can find out how you can do in a precision event, and "horse" around while doing it. This Friday is the deadline for all active duty military persons interested in participating in a double elimination singles and dout les horseshoes tournament. "he dates of the event are August 24-26, so sign up at Special Services before 4:30 p.m. Friday. .+ t ,,n. z