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Mitterand 'irritated'at Reagan; Soviets may be in Chad


FRANCE (UPI)--U.S. officials say a misunderstanding may be to blame for French President Mitterand's
complaint about U.S. pressure on France to get involved in Chad.

A Paris newspaper says that Mitterand was irritated by letters
from President Reagan pressuring him into taking military action against Libyan-backed rebels in the


north African nation. But State
Department and White House officials both say that if the story is true, it was an apparent misunderstanding.
Meanwhile, Chad's information
minister says Soviet and East German advisers may be helping Libyan build-up in northern Chad.
The official says, "Libya is up to its eyeballs in Russians." He


added he had no proof, but said they may also be at Faya-Largeau, a Chad town taken by rebels last week.
The State Department says
Libya's invasion force in Chad may have been beefed up to about 3,000 men earlier this week. The Pentagon says seven U.S military personnel are in Chad to supervise set-up of military equipment.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




Volume 38 Number 158 Thursday, August 18, 1983




Hurricane Alicia batters Texas coast, heads for Houston


GALVESTON, Texas (UPI)--Hurricane Alicia slammed into the Texas coast early this morning with
winds of up to 130 miles an hours.
At 3 a.m. Eastern time, the eye
of the hurricane was centered over the western tip of Galveston, Island. Alicia was moving toward the north, northwest, in the direction of Houston, at six miles an
hour.
The hurricane, the first off the
eastern United States this season, spawned tornadoes, torrential


Survivors sought in


Philippine earthquake

OAG, Philippines (UPI)--Philipine Army troops were rushed to
the northern Philippines to help
out after a powerful earthquake.
At least 21 people were killed
yesterday in Laoag, 250 miles
north of Manila, when a quake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale
rumbled for 20 seconds.
Three buildings collapsed.
Search teams are going through the rubble for more bodies believed
still buried.
An eight-story bank building in
downtown Laoag was reported leaning and in danger of collapsing.
The earthquake damaged roads and
bridges and downed power lines.
It caused tidal waves in at least seven towns along the coast of
Luzon Island.

Navy shipyard scene


Of bomb explosion

WASHINGTON (UPl)--Authorities in Washington are trying to determine what type of explosion took place early today at a computer center
at the Washington Navy Shipyard.
Bomb squads searched the
1 uilding where the load explosion
was heard, but could not immediately locate the source, or any
damage.

no injuries reported
Navy spokesman Bill McLoughlin
says it's not clear whether it was an explosion "or a large firecracker." No injuries were reported.
McLoughlin says the Navy received a call which sounded like a taped message, indicating a bomb was about to go off at the Department of Defense Computer
Institute.
The explosion was heard eight
minutes later.
And soon afterward, UPl received
a recorded telephone message claiming responsibility for an "attack" at the yard, which the unidentified caller said was made to protest President Reagan's
"military buildup in Nicaragua."


rains and high seas, threatening some 50,000 residents of the island city of Galveston who chose not to evacuate.

winds reach 97 mph
In Galveston, hurricane force
winds of 97 miles an hour were clocked. Highest winds from the storm were reported at 130 miles an hour.
An outside wall of a 72-year-old hotel, the Galvez, collapsed as the high winds plowed into it.
One person was hurt in the eightstory landmark structure.
Widespread electrical outages were reported on the island.
Water blew through boarded up windows of the weather service offices of Galveston and employees considered leaving because of fear


of electrocution. A tornado was reported on the ground near an apartment complex, but there's no immediate word on injuries.
The weather services's latest warning bulletin was blunt, saying, "For God's sake, take cover."
Sheriff Joe King of Brazoria County said, "These people are running a terrible risk." But he said officials would not order people to leave.


As the strmx approached, Texas Governor Mark White urged Galveston Mayor E. Gus Manuel to order the entire town evacuated. Manuel refused to do so, but did recommend precautions.
In 1900, a hurricane in Galveston killed 6,000 people.


Navy eyes Soviet ship; Reagan continues vacation


(aP)--The U.S. Navy is said to be keeping an eye on a Soviet cargo ship making its way through the Caribbean. Sources say the ship is under surveillance by patrol
planes because it's believed to be carrying arms for Nicaragua.
Meantime, a senior administration official says it's likely
President Reagan will decide within a few days whether to send more Americans to El Salvador.
The official says Reagan has
been advised to send "less than a dozen" more people to the Central American nation, possibly to help guard against guerrilla attacks at the U.S. embassy. But the official
says the reinforcements would not be military advisers.
The vacationing president plans to spend another day on the back of a horse and in front of a fence at his ranch near Santa Barbara.

Poland wants ban lifted

POLAND (UPI)--Four U.S. Congressmen held a news conference in Warsaw today to discuss their meeting with Poland's General Wojciech Jaruzelski.
The bipartisan U.S. delegation
consists of representatives Clarence Long of Maryland, Marty Russo and John Porter of Illinois, and Richard Lehman of California.

Their two-and-one-half hour
meeting with Jaruzelski marks the first time in more than 20 months the Polish premier met with officials from Washington.

Long says Jaruzelski insisted trade sanctions imposed by the United States against Poland be
lifted, now that martial law officially is lifted.
But the Maryland Democrat says Jaruzelski's government must persuade the rest of the world that
its human rights abuses are over before the sanctions can be lifted.


Horseback riding and fencebuilding is occupying much of Reagan's time. Other than an occasional phone call to his aides in Washington, Reagan remains secluded at his mountain top spread.

Student loan crackdown

WASHINGTON (UPI)--The government finally laid down the law to
41,000 federal workers who've defaulted on an estimated $65 million in student loans.
And the word is simple. Washington wants its money back.
The government used its computers to check records of 10.3 million federal workers against the list of student loan defaulters. And the thick manila envelopes containing the results of that cross check have now gone out to the appropriate federal departments.
From here things get sticky for those workers.

Unless they begin to voluntarily repay what is owed, up to 15 percent of their pay, or pensions, may be withheld starting later this year.

Brazil seeks $extension

BRAZIL (UPI)--Brazil's planning
minister is off and running, ap>arently with a plea for a threeyear standstill on repayment on his nation's massive $)0 billion foreign debt.
At least that's the message Brazilian sources report will be carried in a journey to Paris and Frankfurt, and possibly London and New York on the way back.

Brazil's finance minister already said the country would ask the world's bankers to agree to a three-year stop to payment of the principal on that debt. But he
says interest payments still will be made.


Energy Tip of the Day


Don't preheat your oven,
although recipes often tell you to do just that. In some
cases, this is just a waste of energy. If you're cooking something at a slow, steady temperature, just set the oven to the designated temperature and put the dish in. Naturally, this won't work with dishes that require a high initial temperature.








Digest

(AP)--Negotiators in the AT&T
strike say they have a lot of ground to cover, but that the two sides are working hard to end the 12-day standoff. However, a union spokesman cautioned that reports
that the strike would possibly end by the weekend are not accurate. The unions, by the way, say their workers in Texas will put down their picket signs and help repair any damage done to the phone system by hurricane Alicia.

WASHINGTON (AP)--The standoff over a Soviet Union's diplomat's 16year-old son continues, with the State Department still insisting on talking to the boy. And Soviet
embassy officials won't comment on a CBS report that the Soviets are willing to let the boy hold a news conference. The Soviets maintain the U.S. has no right to talk with the boy, who allegedly wants asylum in this country. They say
he sould be allowed to return to Moscow with his family.

(AP)--Former CIA agent Edwin Wilson, already serving a 15-year sentence for arms smuggling, has been charged with another crime. Federal authorities in New York
yesterday formally accused Wilson with trying to arrange the murders of his ex-wife and an informant. The charge was added to an indictment already handed up that accuses Wilson and his son of attempting to kill eight others, including two U.S. attorneys.

(AP)--A researcher says that a new artificial sweetener, aspartame, may be linked to dizziness and mental problems. Dr. Richard
Wurtman, a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says he believes aspartame will
change levels of chemicals in the brain that affect behavior.
Aspartame is used in soft drinks and as a sugar substitute.


(AP)--Senator John Glenn of Ohio, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, is calling for establishment of "a permanently manned space station in near-earth orbit." That's one of several proposals outlined by
Glenn in Washington yesterday when he discussed the direction he'd
like to take in the next 25 years.

WASHINGTON (AP)--Western diplomats say comments by a high-ranking Soviet official yesterday apparently are aimed at playing down suggestions that President Yuri Andropov is undertaking a major re-shaping of the Soviet economy. The chairman of the Soviet State Planning Committee told a Minscow news conference no changes are required in the Soviet Union's traditional methods of economic planning.

LONDON (AP)--lt happened at London's Heathrow Airport. A Moslem
holy man from Pakistan offered his passport to authorities. Immigration officials were stunned when they saw that the hirthdaote entered on his passport was hecemsoer [la, d32--making him 15U years old. His traveling companion insists the date is correct, and the holy man from Pakistan attributes his long life to his faith.







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There will be a free
3 dog dip at the pound
on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 10 a.m. until 1
-/p.m. Please bring
your dog and have it
dipped. Cats cannot
be dipped.

Recently, U.S. Customs Service has confiscated and destroyed a number of Honda collapsible minibikes which do not meet U.S. emission control and safety standards. The non-conforming model is the "AB HONDA MOTO COPO." Apparently, this model has been sold by some overseas exchanges. However, it is not importable into the U.S. For further information, contact
Mrs. Nancy Oldread at the Personal Property Office at 4104/4608 DWH.

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.

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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.






GAZETTE


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 NAVXOS P-35 and uder the direction of he vl Base Public Affairs officer. Pinted five times weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Navy Publications and Pristing Service Branch Office, the opinions or stateneors in news ites that appear herein are ot to e .costred as official or an reflecting the views of COMNAVEASE or the Departent of the Navy.


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Special Announcements


There will be a power outage from 12:01 until 4 a.m. on Tuesday,
Aug. 23. The areas affected are all of Leeward Point, AV33, Crane Hill, NMCB Det 5 Compound, Phillips Park, Special Services Hobby Shop, Lighthouse, Pest Control,
Cable Beach, Fil-Am Club, NEX Furniture Warehouse, AV31-Bombproof, Skeet Range, Corinaso Housing, Fisherman's Point, PWD Garage,
Oceanview Housing, Ordnance, Dental Clinic, AV57, AV34, Gasoline Hill Housing, Blue Caribe Restaurant, Gasoline Hill, EOD, and Suddath.


Treasure & Trivia is located in building 1#944, the last quonset
hut to the right of the Navy Exchange. The hours of operation are 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday, and the first Saturday of the month.

Red Cross has one of the most rapid means of communication available in the world today. It is capable of communicating with chapters throughout the United States and at overseas military
installations (including ships at sea).


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Educational Notes


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.

Attention Leeward personnel: The
Navy Campus Advisor will be visiting NAS on Friday, Aug. 26, in the VC-10 conference room. All Leeward personnel desiring a brief counseling session with Ms. Reynolds should contact Navy Campus at 4769.

Old Dominion University will be
holding registration for the fall term August 15th through the 19th. The following classes will be offered. Spanish 102: Second semester Spanish with oral drills
and discussion of grammar principles, written exercises, and reading assignments. Prerequisite
Spanish 102. Psych 303, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: An application of psychological principles and research to a variety of human problems in industry. Among the topics covered are personnel selection, training and evaluation; human factors and engineering psychology; and the organizational and social contex of human work. VTE 250, Communication: Basic Photographic Processes: A course designed to
teach basic technical photographic processes. Activities include
basic camera handling techniques, composition, photographic chemistry, and the processing of black and white and color photosensitive materials. All of the above
courses are three credits. For more information call 4307.


Interested in going into business, accounting, finance or marketing? Then LA Metros' course in Bookkeeping and Accounting I is for you. This course covers the fundamentals of double entry bookkeeping, preparation of the trial balance, simple financial statements, and much more. Register for this and all other LAMCO courses August 15th through the 19th.

Not only is Navy Campus counseling free to all military and civilian employees, as well as to dependent spouses, but it can save you time and money by ensuring that you take the right courses in the right sequence. Call Ms. Reynolds
today at 4769 to arrange for your personal academic assessment.

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.

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.


Club Calendar


CPO

Aug. 18: "Shrimp and Steak Night" Aug. 19: Happy hour will be in Ye Olde Goat Loc'r Lounge from 5 until 7 p.m. "Sensation" will be
playing in the Harbor Lights Lounge from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Aug. 20: "Sensation" will be playing in the Harbor Lights Lounge from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Aug. 21: "Gulf Coast Night"

COMO

Aug. 19: Happy hour will be served in the COMO Lounge from 5 until 7 p.m. "Graphic Expression" will provide music from 9 p.m. until 1 a .m.


Aug. 20: "Graphic Expression" will provide music from 9 p.m. until I a.m.
Aug. 21: Breakfast will be available in the Wardroom from 7 until 10 a.m. Champagne Brunch will be on the patio or in the Seaside Room from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

WINDJAMMER


Aug. 19: GTMO's live provide music from 8 midnight.
Aug. 20: GTMO's live provide music from 8 midnight.


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Aug. 21: "Open House Bingo" will be held at 2:45 p.m.


Community Calendar


Aug. 20: The Senior Class will
hold a car wash at the Downtown Lyceum between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Aug. 21: A Special Services Flea Market will be held at McCalla Hangar beginning at 12:30 p.m. Aug. 22: The Dental Corps was established in 1912. Aug. 23 & 24: A Wives' Information Seminar will be given in the "I" Division Conference Room adjacent to Legal Services in the


ADMIN Bldg. The seminar will run from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. both nights.
Aug. 26: Women's Equality Day. Aug. 29: First Day of School.

Sept. 3: Knights of Columbus
Oriental Night will be held at the FRA beginning at 7 p.m. Sept. 10-17: Hispanic Heritage Week.
Sept. 17: NAVSTA Hail & Farewell.


The Naval Station Enlisted Dining Facility and Branch Facility at
Leeward Point will offer a special birthday dinner to all active duty enlisted personnel having a birthday during the month of August. The meal will consist of Steak and Lobster with all the trimmings and will be
served at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26th. Personnel interested
in participating in this program must show evidence of birth date (ID. card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 25th. For further information, contact MSC Landingin at 2860, Windward, or MSI Chapa at 6271, Leeward.

"Free Jazzasize" at the Leeward Point BOQ on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights at 7:00. Everyone is invited. Just drop by.


Additional information on theGolden 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.

The following ACT-PEP essay exams will be given on Thursday, Oct. 6th: Freshman English, Accounting
Level II and Level III, Management of Human Resources Level II and Level III, Earth Science, History of American Education, Shakespeare, Finance Level II and Level III, Operations Management Level
II and Level III, Marketing Level II and Level III; and Business Environment and Strategy. These
tests are free to active duty personnel and must be ordered by Friday, Aug. 19th, via Navy Campus
at 4769.


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Exchange Notes
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Save big bucks at your Navy Exchange Auto Service Center on Saturday, Aug. 20.
There will be big savings on many items. Assorted foreign car parts and motorcycle parts will be reduced by 50 percent, and other selected items will be reduced by 30 percent. So, before you get
caught under the hood without the car parts you need, stop by the Auto Service Center and check out the good buys!

The Christmas holiday is just around the corner. Would you like
to send a beautiful, fresh balsam wreath to your family and friends anywhere in the continental United States this Christmas? Your decorated 22" wreath and personalized gift card will be delivered to their door for the holidays. Drop
by the NEX Personalized Services Center and place your order today. This special offer will be available until October 15th.

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.

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.







Thursday, August 18, 1983


PROJECT


FRESH STAR

Editor's Note: if you are an adult who did not complete high school, here is an opportunity for you to study and prepare for the General Education and Development test. this series of 17 lessons and
mini-exams was prepared by the De Kalb County, Ga., Adult General Education Program especially for
use in base and shipboard newspapers.

LESSON 3

Social Studies

In 1889, after years of college and traveling throughout Europe
searching for her role in society, Jane Addams opened up Chicago's irst settlement house, Hull
ouse, in the now-legendary Ward 19.
Almost three-quarters of Chicago's population then was foreignborn, and Ward 19 in particular was an appalling slum peopled by more than 50,000 immigrants, poor and ignorant of the language, illclothed, hungry, disease-ridden and in need of medical attention.
Formerly owned by one of Chicago's pioneers, Hull House became a "Cathedral of Humanity" offering
education, recreation and sanctuary to the people living in Ward 19--Irish, Bohemians, Italians, Germans, Poles and Russian Jews.
Though Hull House concerned itself with bringing to Ward 19 such things as sanitation and nutrition, it also, and perhaps more importantly, attempted to raise the social, cultural and intellectual levels of the ward's inhabitants by providing facilities for the expression of art, drama and music.
Yet it would be erroneous to
suppose that Jane Addams and Hull


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House existed only to relieve the suffering and squalor of the poor.
Jane Addams was caught up in the reform spirit of the times, and she was clever enough to realize that the squalid lives of the poor would change only when pressure
was exertd against the upper levels of society--against the politicians and the wealthy who constituted the political and economic establishment of the day. Thus,
one of herearliest battles was to pressure the Illinois State Legislature into passing legislation providing for sanita:y standards
in factories, limiting the number of hours women could work at night
and fixing 14 as tha minimum age a child was permitted to work.
Although quickly struck down by the Illinois State Supreme Court, these laws, nevertheless, were an important part of a long struggle that ended in the 1930s with federal legislation protecting not only women but all workers as well.
During World War I, before America' s entrance, Jane Addams visited, as a representative of the
Congress of Women, the major warring powers with pleas for peace. When the war ended, she visited defeated Germany, then facing
starvation because of the continued Allied blockade after the armistice. As a member of the American Friends Service Committee, she assisted in feeding the millions of starving people in that nation.
For these actions, she received the enmity of the American people, who accused her of pro-German sympathies. However, long after the anti-German hysteria ended, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to secure world peace.
Her contributions to the betterment of society were enormous. Her


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simple humanity and faith in people were limitless.
Though she was often misunderstood and hated by many who did not wish to be reminded of society's failures, her advice, nevertheless, was sought by presidents and world leaders.
Though she was never elected to public office or enrolled as a
member of a political party, few women in American history have had such political influence.

Underline the Best Answer

1. Which of the following best describes Jane Addams' position in
politics? a) a radical, b) a Republican, c) a Democrat, d) a humanitarian reformer.
2. "Cathedral of Humanity" means that Hull House: a) was a place where people could pray in peace and quiet b) was a place where the poor could come for aid and be treated with dignity, c) was the secret name for the headquarters of a radical political party, d) was a recreation center for poor children.
3. Which best describes how Jane Addams fought to bring about
change for the poor? a) by political action such as supporting certain candidates for office, b) by making speeches to crowds, c) by putting pressure on those in power, d) by working with labor unions.
4. The writer states that Jane Addams, after years of learning, traveling and searching for her role in society, opened up Hull
House in Chicago. This would indicate that: a) she knew very early in life what her lifework would be, b) she never could make up her
mind, c) she was undecided what to do in life but after much soulsearching made her decision, d)
she wavered back and forth but eventually made her decision.
5. Which of the following would best describe Jane Addams' personality? a) pessimistic, b) optimistic, c) melancholy, d) miserly.
6. Jane Addams was accused of being pro-German because a) she
wanted to help Germans at a time when most Americans were anti-German, b) she favored a German victory in World War I, c) she opposed U.S. entrance into World War I, d) she won the Nobel Prize for peace.
7. Presidents and world leaders probably sought Jane Addams' advice on a) the problems of women, b) the problems of the poor, c) world peace, d) all of these.

Style and Diction

The best style of writing is a clear, concise style which expresses exactly what the writer wants to say. Choose your words carfully and make sure that you avoid unnecessary ones.

Confusing Words

The following list of words is often confusing. Learn to use them correctly.
1. between (between two); among (among more than two).
2. all together (at the same time); altogether (completely).
3. desert (barren land); dessert


Fire Dept. (food).
4. clothes (things people wear);
Can2issary cloths (pieces of fabric, as dust
UOPH cloths).
5. their (possessive pronoun);


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Unclear Reference

In the lesson on pronouns, you learned that a pronoun takes the place of a noun. The noun it replaces is called the antecedent. The antecedent must be clear to the reader.
Example: Dad told James that he stayed up too late. Who stayed up-Dad or James?
Remember to keep the subjectverb-object relationship clear,
also.
Example: The beauty contestant who nearly fainted quietly took a seat. Did the contestant faint quietly or take a seat quietly?
Be Consistent

Have you ever talked with a person who seemed to shift in point of view?
Example: If you live in an air conditioned house, one should feel fortunate. The subject was you in the first part of the sentence and shifts to one in the second part. It is incorrect to change from second person pronoun to third person pronoun.

Sentence Unit

A sentence contains a complete thought and only one thought. If it contains more than one thought, it lacks unity.
Example: The Smiths have excellent vegetables, and he is a farmer. The Smiths could have excellent vegetables from the market. Farming is Mrs. Smith's profession.

Parallel Construction

Always use the same grammatical form.
Incorrect: I like reading, swimming and to listen to music.
Correct: I like reading, swimming and listening to music.

Circle the Errors

1. Although she had expensive
a
clothes, her appearance had a negb
ative affect on me.
c
No error.
d
2. They're planning a fishing
a
trip in there new boat, but their
b c
small children cannot go out

there.
d
3. He was all together shocked
a
at the affect of the leaders on
b
the students and their parents.
c
No error.
d
4. Just between the three of us,
a
I'll tell you that Mary was

altogether pleased to accept the
b c
invitation to their party.
d
In the next six sentences you
will find the following errors: a) double negatives, b) unclear references, c) shift in point of view, d) lack of unity, e) lack of parallel grammatical form and f)
unclear relationship in the subject, verb and objects. Place the


they're (contraction of they are); errors found in each sentence.
there (another place, in a dis- 5. Marge is an excellent student
tance). and her father is a faculty member
6. accept (receive); except at the university.
(but). 6. Dick got no credit for none
of his entries at the craft show.
Double Negative 7. Sam wanted to learn skiing,
sky diving and to cook.
Don't say no twice when once is 8 While crossing the street,
all that is needed. the bus nearly hit Jim.
SHt have no 9. Mother told Lori that she


Incorrect: he oesn- nae o
shoes.
Correct: He has no shoes. He doesn't have any shoes.

Subject

Don't repeat the subject.
Incorrect: Aunt Jane, she went to work.
Correct: Aunt Jane went to work. She went to work.


makes a good apple pie. 10. If you make the football team, one should be very pleased.


Lesson No. 3 Answers:
"Underline the Best d, (2) b, (3) c, (4) a, (7) d.
"Style and Diction":
(3) a, (4) a, (5) d,
(8) b, (9) f, (10) c.


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Pan-Am: U.S. owns world record, trounces Cuba Track


(AP)--A world record by America's Steve Lundquist highlighted the third day of the Pan American games in Caracus, Venezuela.
Lunquist led an American sweep of the four swimming events when


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(AP)--While five teams have been snatching pieces of first place in the American League East the past few weeks, the Chicago White Sox have been running away from the pack in the West.
The White Sox lead Kansas City by six and a-half games. Last
night Chicago completed a threegame sweep in New York with a 7-5, 13-inning victory over the
Yankees. Mike Squires doubled
home one run and scored the other in the game-winning uprising.
Milwaukee has taken over first place in the East. The Brewers
beat the Boston Red Sox twice last night. Ted Simmons had the gamewinning single in the opener as the Brewers won 4-3 in ten innings. Rookie Tom Candiotti
threw a seven-hitter in the nightcap as Milwaukee won 5-1.
In the NL, Philadelphia's lead over Pittsburgh in the East slipped to a half game. The Pirates had the night off while the Phillies were losing in San Diego 5-4. Bobby Brown had a two-run double for the Padres.

Los Angeles moved within four games of idle Atlanta in the West. Steve Sax knocked in a couple of runs as the Dodgers beat the New York Mets 4-1. Bob Welch and
Steve Howe held the Mets to just three hits.


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WANTED
I need a Tupperware sifter. you have one, I'll be willing pay a reasonable price. Call
at 4591 AT.


If
to me


Baby-sitter for our 15-month-old daughter. Prefer in our home. A parent with a child of similar age could bring their child along. Hours would be from 7:15 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Good pay! Call 4591 AT.

Babysitter for three girls aged two, six and ten from Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Looking for someone in the TK housing area. Please call 2729 AWE.

A starter for a Pontiac 400. Please contact AD3 McRae at 6346 DWH.

FREE
To a good home, one tan puppy, nine months old. Goes by the name "Scratch." Dog house is included. Call 3456 AT.


Would someone please give these
cute little kittens a home or they go to the poundmaster, what a terrible demise. Three are six
months old, five are six weeks old. Grey and black. Call 4128 DWH. Thanks.

SERVICES
Responsible person will babysit for working mother in her home. Call Rosie at 4253 AT.


he bettered his own world record in the 100-meter breaststroke last night. Fifteen-year-old Carie
Steinseifer of California won the women's 100-meter freestyle, Tracy Caulkins took the 400-meter individual medley and Bruce Hayes captured the 200-meter freestyle.
Kelly McCormick of Columbus,
Ohio, and Wendy Wyland of Mission Viejo, California, finished onetwo in the women's three-meter
diving, and American sharpshooters added four gold medals to their
collection in the shooting competition.
It was also a successful day for the United States in baseball, men's softball and water polo.
The baseball team rallied to beat Nicaragua, 9-6, the softball team crushed Cuba, 12-0, and the water polo team walloped Colombia 19-3.

NHL
(UPI)--Jacques Demers, the new coach of the St. Louis Blues, came close to staying n New Brunswick. To get Demers from the Quebec organization, the Blues had to agree on compensation with the
Nordiques, but that deal wasn't confirmed until minutes before yesterday's news conference. Under terms of the agreement, the Blues gave up minor league
defenseman Claude Julian and a player to be named later.

PGA
(UPI)--The pro golf circuit bids farewell to the easy Westerfield Country Club course when the Greater Hartford Open begins today. Shunned by the tour's
heavy hitters in recent years, the Greater Hartford Open moves to the larger Edgewood Country Club in
Cromwell, Connecticut, next year. Tim Norris won the 1982 event with a 25-under-par total, the second
lowest 72-hole score in PGA history.

America's Cup
(UPI)--The crew of "Australia II" hasn't let the controversy over
its secret keel hamper its performance. The Australian yacht
sailed to its fifth straight victory in the America's Cup semifinals yesterday, beating the
Italian yacht "Azzura" by nearly 2:30. Britain's "Victory '83"
also beat "Canada I" by almost two minutes.


Babysitting available in my home all day, any day for children three years or older. Call 4563
AT.

FOR SALE
One baby crib w/mattress, fair shape, $20; coffee and end tables, good condition, $20. Call 3456 AT.

Ethan Allen floral couch; rocker, red; foot stool, red. Cost $800
new but willing to sell for $650. Call 3240 AWH.


12'x18' chocolate brown carpet, GC asking $175 or best offer; sofa with matching swivel rocker, beige in color, GC asking $300 or best offer. Call 4690 DWH or 3373 AWH. Ask for Phil.

speed to traffic
and weather conditions


(UPI)--Calvin Smith may own the 100-meter world record, but as far as Carl Lewis is concerned, he's the world's top sprinter. Lewis backed up his words in Berlin yesterday when he beat Smith for the second time in two weeks. Running the 100-meters for the last time this season, Lewis was clocked in 10.7.

Edwin Moses also won the 400meter hurdles for his 82nd consecutive victory, Steve Scott ran the fastest mile in the world this year, and Mary Decker captured the women's 800-meters.


Tennis

(AP)--John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, and Jimmy Connors all posted straightset victories in the second round
of the $375,000 ATP
championships in Kings
Island, Ohio. McEnroe beat Nduka Odizor of Nigeria,
6-4, 6-4. Lendl
was a 6-2, 6-4 winner over Marcos Hocevar of Brazil.
And Connors defeat-l Anders Jarryd of
Sweden 7-5, 6-1. Chris Evert Lloyd struggled to beat Alycia Moulton
of Sacramento, California, in the Women's Canadian Open tennis championships in Toronto. Unable to find her rhythm, Lloyd was forced to go three sets, winning 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.

Baseball
NEW YORK (UPI)--A New York supreme court judge will decide this morning whether to grant a preliminary injunction preventing the New York Yankees from resuming their "pine tar" game against Kansas City.

The judge will rule on separate lawsuits brought by two fans who attended the original game on July 24th. American League President Lee MacPhail claims league by-laws give him the authority to set the playing date, and he contends if the game is pushed back to the end of the season, it could disrupt post-season play.
If allowed to continue, the game will resume with the Royals leading 5-4 with two out in the top of the ninth inning.


18' fiberglass boat including two good motors, radio, trailer, and many extras. Price negotiable.
Call 2276 AWH.


J.C. Penney sewing machine, $75;
one alternator 76 Datsun 710, $40; one booster seat, $4. Call 3638 AWH.

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Local Briefs

There will be a meeting of the Racquet Club board members tonight, at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. All members are invited to attend.

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.

Now's your chance ladies! Rosters are now being accepted by
Special Services for the 1983 Ladies Recreation Softball season.
Action begins September 16th, and the deadline for submitting
rosters is September 9th at 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 2560.

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.

There will be a PADI open water scuba course given by John Staub and Tom Shumate. Pool tryouts
will be August 22-23, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Windjammer Pool. For more
information, call John Staub at
2471 or Tom at 6354 DWH, or 3543 AW.

Anyone desiring to play tennis for NAVSTA White, please contact YNC Alexander at 4366/4453 DWH, or 3490 AWH prior to September 1st.

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-hole, 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.


53-piece set of Oneida stainless tableware including six serving pieces, $20; umbrella stroller with canopy, incl. extra seat, exc. cond, $15; baby carrier, exc. cond, $3; maternity clothes,
size 12-14; baby clothes (summer), 0-9 months, good to exc. cond.; breastfeeding supplies, exc. to new items; Atari "racing pack," includes two tapes and special paddles, used once, $25. Call Gina at 4615 DWH or 3755 AWH.

LOST
Set of motorcycle keys possibly in the vicinity of the Marine Lyceum. Call 2968 AT.

MISCELLANEOUS
I'm looking for someone with an
electric guitar to practice with. For more information call Keith at 4465 DWH or 3802 AWH.

If you have a bicycle wheel trueing stand, I would like to rent or
borrow it. Please call 4454 DWH or 2580 AWH.

If you took the calligraphy class given at CACW and you borrowed my cartridge-type calligraphy pen, you may reach me at 3190 AWH.


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Mitterand 'irritated'at Reagan; Soviets may be in Chad FRANCE (UPI)--U.S. officials say a misunderstanding may be to blame for French President Mitterand's complaint about U.S. pressure on France to get involved in Chad. A Paris newspaper says that Mitterand was irritated by letters from President Reagan pressuring him into taking military action against Libyan-backed rebels in the north African nation. But State Department and White House officials both say that if the story is true, it was an apparent misunderstanding. Meanwhile, Chad's information minister says Soviet and East German advisers may be helping Libyan build-up in northern Chad. The official says, "Libya is up to its eyeballs in Russians." He added he had no proof, but said they may also be at Faya-Largeau, a Chad town taken by rebels last week. The State Department says Libya's invasion force in Chad may have been beefed up to about 3,000 men earlier this week. The Pentagon says seven U.S military personnel are in Chad to supervise set-up of military equipment. U EDAIL GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 158 Thursday, August 18, 1983 Hurricane Alicia batters Texas coast, heads for Houston GALVESTON, Texas (UPI)--Hurricane Alicia slammed into the Texas coast early this morning with winds of up to 130 miles an hours. At 3 a.m. Eastern time, the eye of the hurricane was centered over the western tip of Galveston, Island. Alicia was moving toward the north, northwest, in the direction of Houston, at six miles an hour. The hurricane, the first off the eastern United States this season, spawned tornadoes, torrential Survivors sought in Philippine earthquake OAG, Philippines (UPI)--Philipne Army troops were rushed to the northern Philippines to help out after a powerful earthquake. At least 21 people were killed yesterday in Laoag, 250 miles north of Manila, when a quake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale rumbled for 20 seconds. Three buildings collapsed. Search teams are going through the rubble for more bodies believed still buried. An eight-story bank building in downtown Laoag was reported leaning and in danger of collapsing. The earthquake damaged roads and bridges and downed power lines. It caused tidal waves in at least seven towns along the coast of Luzon Island. Navy shipyard scene Of bomb explosion WASHINGTON (UPI)--Authorities in Washington are trying to determine what type of explosion took place early today at a computer center at the Washington Navy Shipyard. Bomb squads searched the uilding where the load explosion was heard, but could not immediately locate the source, or any damage. no injuries reported Navy spokesman Bill McLoughlin says it's not clear whether it was an explosion "or a large firecracker." No injuries were reported. McLoughlin says the Navy received a call which sounded like a taped message, indicating a bomb was about to go off at the Department of Defense Computer Institute. The explosion was heard eight minutes later. And soon afterward, UPI received a recorded telephone message claiming responsibility for an "attack" at the yard, which the unidentified caller said was made to protest President Reagan's "military buildup in Nicaragua." rains and high seas, threatening some 50,000 residents of the island city of Galveston who chose not to evacuate. winds reach 91 mph In Galveston, hurricane force winds of 97 miles an hour were clocked. Highest winds from the storm were reported at 130 miles an hour. An outside wall of a 72-year-old hotel, the Galvez, collapsed as the high winds plowed into it. One person was hurt in the eightstory landmark structure. Widespread electrical outages were reported on the island. Water blew through boarded up windows of the weather service offices of Galveston and employees considered leaving because of fear of electrocution. A tornado was reported on the ground near an apartment complex, but there's no immediate word on injuries. The weather services's latest warning bulletin was blunt, saying, "For God's sake, take cover." Sheriff Joe King of Brazoria County said, "These people are running a terrible risk." But he said officials would not order people to leave. As the storm approached, Texas Governor Mark White urged Galveston Mayor E. Gus Manuel to order the entire town evacuated. Manuel refused to do so, but did recommend precautions. In 1900, a hurricane in Galveston killed 6,000 people. Navy eyes Soviet ship; Reagan continues vacation (AP)--The U.S. Navy is said to be keeping an eye on a Soviet cargo ship making its way through the Caribbean. Sources say the ship is under surveillance by patrol planes because it's believed to be carrying arms for Nicaragua. Meantime, a senior administration official says it's likely President Reagan will decide within a few days whether to send more Americans to El Salvador. The official says Reagan has been advised to send "less than a dozen" more people to the Central American nation, possibly to help guard against guerrilla attacks at the U.S. embassy. But the official says the reinforcements would not be military advisers. The vacationing president plans to spend another day on the back of a horse and in front of a fence at his ranch near Santa Barbara. Poland wants ban lifted POLAND (UPI)--Four U.S. Congressmen held a news conference in Warsaw today to discuss their meeting with Poland's General Wojciech Jaruzelski. The bipartisan U.S. delegation consists of representatives Clarence Long of Maryland, Marty Russo and John Porter of Illinois, and Richard Lehman of California. Their two-and-one-half hour meeting with Jaruzelski marks the first time in more than 20 months the Polish premier met with officials from Washington. Long says Jaruzelski insisted trade sanctions imposed by the United States against Poland be lifted, now that martial law officially is lifted. but the Maryland Democrat says Jaruzelski's government must persuade the rest of the world that its human rights abuses are over before the sanctions can be lifted. Horseback riding and fencebuilding is occupying much of Reagan's time. Other than an occasional phone call to his aides in Washington, Reagan remains secluded at his mountain top spread. Student loan crackdown WASHINGTON (UPI)--The government finally laid down the law to 41,000 federal workers who've defaulted on an estimated $65 million in student loans. And the word is simple. Washington wants its money back. The government used its computers to check records of 10.3 million federal workers against the list of student loan defaulters. And the thick manila envelopes containing the results of that cross check have now gone out to the appropriate federal departments. From here things get sticky for those workers. Unless they begin to voluntarily repay what is owed, up to 15 percent of their pay, or pensions, may be withheld starting later this year. Brazil seeks $extension BRAZIL (UPI)--Brazil's planning minister is off and running, apparently with a plea for a threeyear standstill on repayment on his nation's massive $90 billion foreign debt. At least that's the message Brazilian sources report will be carried in a journey to Paris and Frankfurt, and possibly London and New York on the way back. Brazil's finance minister already said the country would ask the world's bankers to agree to a three-year stop to payment of the principal on that debt. but he says interest payments still will be made. Energy Tip of the Day Don't preheat your oven, although recipes often tell you to do just that. In some cases, this is just a waste of energy. If you're cooking something at a slow, steady temperature, just set the oven to the designated temperature and put the dish in. Naturally, this won' t work with dishes that require a high initial temperature. 'Digest (AP)--Negotiators in the AT&T strike say they have a lot of ground to cover, but that the two sides are working hard to end the 12-day standoff. However, a union spokesman cautioned that reports that the strike would possibly end by the weekend are not accurate. The unions, by the way, say their workers in Texas will put down their picket signs and help repair any damage done to the phone system by hurricane Alicia. WASHINGTON (AP)--The standoff over a Soviet Union's diplomat's 16year-old son continues, with the State Department still insisting on talking to the boy. And Soviet embassy officials won't comment on a CBS report that the Soviets are willing to let the boy hold a news conference. The Soviets maintain the U.S. has no right to talk with the boy, who allegedly wants asylum in this country. They say he should be allowed to return to Moscow with his family. (AP)--Former CIA agent Edwin Wilson, already serving a 15-year sentence for arms smuggling, has been charged with another crime. Federal authorities in New York yesterday formally accused Wilson with trying to arrange the murders of his ex-wife and an informant. The charge was added to an indictment already handed up that accuses Wilson and his son of attempting to kill eight others, including two U.S. attorneys. (AP)--A researcher says that a new artificial sweetener, aspartame, may be linked to dizziness and mental problems. Dr. Richard Wurtman, a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says he believes aspartame will change levels of chemicals in the brain that affect behavior. Aspartame is used in soft drinks and as a sugar substitute. (AP)--Senator John Glenn of Ohio, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, is calling for establishment of "a permanently manned space station in near-earth orbit." That's one of several proposals outlined by Glenn in Washington yesterday when he discussed the direction he'd like to take in the next 25 years. WASHINGTON (AP)--Western diplomats say comments by a high-ranking Soviet official yesterday apparently are aimed at playing down suggestions that President Yuri Andropov is undertaking a major re-shaping of the Soviet economy. The chairman of the Soviet State Planning Committee told a Moscow news conference no changes are required in the Soviet Union's traditional methods of economic planning. LONDON (AP)--lt happened at London's Heathrow Airport. A Moslem holy man from Pakistan offered his passport to authorities. Immigration oilicials wre stunned when they saw that the bilthda t entered on his passport was hecember 13, 132--making him 150 years old. His traveling companion insists the date is correct, and the holy man from Pakistan attributes his long life to his faith.

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Page 2 There will be a free dog dip at the pound on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 10 a.m. until 1 l. Y p.m. Please bring your dog and have it dipped. Cats cannot be dipped. Recently, U.S. Customs Service has confiscated and destroyed a number of Honda collapsible minibikes which do not meet U.S. emission control and safety standards. The non-conforming model is the "AB HONDA MOTO COMPO." Apparently, this model has been sold by some overseas exchanges. However, it is not importable into the U.S. For further information, contact Mrs. Nancy Oldread at the Personal Property Office at 4104/4608 DWH. 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. Red Cross provides professional counseling for emergencies, financial crises and family problems to include verification for emergency leave. LOOK FOR *A41ZA993S s~6eT44 OF TH4E WEEK BEElISDA 10% OFF SELECTED BRANDS WINDWARD & LEEWARD MINI MARTS American Red Cross 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. TUETTEW GAZETTE 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 undrgulation fr ship and station newspapers as otlind i NAVXOS -35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed five times weeky at geret extpese oernent eqipmettthe Navy Pblcations and Perintng Sevi Branch Office, the opinions or statements in nes items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of COMNAVBASE or the Department of the Navy. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements There will be a power outage from 12:01 until 4 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 23. The areas affected are all of Leeward Point, AV33, Crane Hill, NMCB Det 5 Compound, Phillips Park, Special Services Hobby Shop, Lighthouse, Pest Control, Cable Beach, Fil-Am Club, NEX Furniture Warehouse, AV31-Bombproof, Skeet Range, Corinaso Housing, Fisherman's Point, PWD Garage, Oceanview Housing, Ordnance, Dental Clinic, AV57, AV34, Gasoline Hill Housing, Blue Caribe Restaurant, Gasoline Hill, EOD, and Suddath. Treasure & Trivia is located in building #944, the last quonset hut to the right of the Navy Exchange. The hours of operation are 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday, and the first Saturday of the month. Red Cross has one of the most rapid means of communication available in the world today. It is capable of communicating with chapters throughout the United States and at overseas military installations (including ships at sea). bulletin board Educational Ni Hampton Institute will be offering Interested in going into bu Social Psychology 205 and Systems accounting, finance or mar Performance this term. Both are Then LA Metros course in nine credits and upper level keeping and Accounting I courses. This may be just the you. This course covers th course you need to complete that damentals of double entry degree. Registration begins Aukeeping, preparation of the gust 15th and ends August 19th. balance, simple financial For more information call 4903 ments, and much more. R DWH. for this and all other courses August 15th throul Attention Leeward personnel: The 19th. Navy Campus Advisor will be visiting NAS on Friday, Aug. 26, in the Not only is Navy Campus cou VC-10 conference room. All Leefree to all military and c ward personnel desiring a brief employees, as well as to de counseling session with Ms. Reyspouses, but it can save yc nolds should contact Navy Campus and money by ensuring th at 4769. take the right courses right sequence. Call Ms. Re Old Dominion University will be tdya 79t rag holding registration for the fall personal academic assessment term August 15th through the 19th. The following classes will be ofOne of the most important fered. Spanish 102: Second sein determining a nation's e mester Spanish with oral drills health and well being is it and discussion of grammar princiforce. Labor Management Re ples, written exercises, and readoffered by LA Metro is a ing assignments. Prerequisite designed to assist you in I Spanish 102. Psych 303, Indusunderstanding. For more info trial and Organizational Psycholocall 4307/4748. gy: An application of psychological principles and research to a GRE Advanced Tests in the variety of human problems in ining subject areas will be a dustry. Among the topics covered trd o ody coe are personnel selection, training Biology, Chemistry, Compute and evaluation; human factors and fence, Economics, Geology, B engineering psychology; and the Literature in English, M organizational and social contex tics, Music, Physics, Po of human work. VTE 250, CommuniScience, Psychology, and S cation: Basic Photographic Progy. These tests are worth cesses: A course designed to credits toward a BS/BA degr teach basic technical photographic NY Regents. They require processes. Activities include sive subject knowledge. TI basic camera handling techniques, is $32 per test, plus a $1. composition, photographic chemisistration fee. Anyone mt try, and the processing of black in taking one of these tes and white and color photosensitive come by Navy Campus in pe materials. All of the above order the test prior to courses are three credits. For August 26th. For more more information call 4307. tion, cll Navy Campus at 47 Club Calendar CPO Aug. 18: "Shrimp and Steak Night" Aug. 19: Happy hour will be in Ye Olde Goat Loc'r Lounge from 5 until 7 p.m. "Sensation" will be playing in the Harbor Lights Lounge from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Aug. 20: "Sensation" will be playing in the Harbor Lights Lounge from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Aug. 21: "Gulf Coast Night" COMO Aug. 19: Happy hour will be served in the COMO Lounge from 5 until 7 p.m. "Graphic Expression" will provide music from 9 p.m. until 1 notes siness, keting? Bookis for he funbooke trial stateegister LAMCO gh the nseling ivilian pendent ou time at you in the eynolds or your L. factors conomic s labor lations course hat unrmation followdminis17th: er Sciistory, Mathemalitical ocioloh 39 SH ee with extenhe cost 00 regerested ts must rson to Friday, informa69. Aug. 20: "Graphic Expression" will provide music from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Aug. 21: Breakfast will be available in the Wardroom from 7 until 10 a.m. Champagne Brunch will be on the patio or in the Seaside Room from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. WINDJAMMER Aug. 19: GTMO's live provide music from 8 midnight. Aug. 20: GTMO's live provide music from 8 band will p.m. until band will p.m. until midnight. Aug. 21: "Open House Bingo" will be held at 2:45 p.m. Community Calendar Aug. 20: The Senior Class will hold a car wash at the Downtown Lyceum between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Aug. 21: A Special Services Flea Market will be held at McCalla Hangar beginning at 12:30 p.m. Aug. 22: The Dental Corps was established in 1912. Aug. 23 & 24: A Wives' Information Seminar will be given in the "I" Division Conference Room adjacent to Legal Services in the ADMIN Bldg. The seminar will run from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. both nights. Aug. 26: Women's Equality Day. Aug. 29: First Day of School. Sept. 3: Knights of Columbus Oriental Night will be held at the FRA beginning at 7 p.m. Sept. 10-17: Hispanic Heritage Week. Sept. 17: NAVSTA Hail & Farewell. --The Naval Station Enlisted Dining Facility and Branch Facility at Leeward Point will offer a special birthday dinner to all active duty enlisted personnel having a birthday during the month of August. The meal will consist of Steak and Lobster with all the trimmings and will be served at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26th. Personnel interested in participating in this program must show evidence of birth date (I.D. card) to the Enlisted Dining Facility MAA no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 25th. For further information, contact MSC Landingin at 2860, Windward, or MS1 Chapa at 6271, Leeward. "Free Jazzasize" at the Leeward Point BOQ on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights at 7:00. Everyone is invited. Just drop by. 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. The following ACT-PEP essay exams will be given on Thursday, Oct. 6th: Freshman English, Accounting Level II and Level III, Management of Human Resources Level II and Level III, Earth Science, History of American Education, Shakespeare, Finance Level II and Level III, Operations Management Level II and Level III, Marketing Level II and Level III; and Business Environment and Strategy. These tests are free to active duty personnel and must be ordered by Friday, Aug. 19th, via Navy Campus at 4769. COUPON NEX LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICES $3.a0 OFF ON A $9.00 ORDER DRY CLEANING ONLY nUa.22-27 Exchange Notes SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Save big bucks at your Navy Exchange Auto Service Center on Saturday, Aug. 20. There will be big savings on many items. Assorted foreign car parts and motorcycle parts will be reduced by 50 percent, and other selected items will be reduced by 30 percent. So, before you get caught under the hood without the car parts you need, stop by the Auto Service Center and check out the good buys! The Christmas holiday is just around the corner. Would you like to send a beautiful, fresh balsam wreath to your family and friends anywhere in the continental United States this Christmas? Your decorated 22" wreath and personalized gift card will be delivered to their door for the holidays. Drop by the NEX Personalized Services Center and place your order today. This special offer will be available until October 15th. 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. 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. 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Thursday, August 18, 1983 PROJECT FRESH START Editor's Note: if you are an adult who did not complete high school, here is an opportunity for you to study and prepare for the General Education and Development test. this series of 17 lessons and mini-exams was prepared by the De Kalb County, Ga., Adult General Education Program especially for use in base and shipboard newspapers. LESSON 3 Social Studies In 1889, after years of college and traveling throughout Europe searching for her role in society, Jane Addams opened up Chicago's irst settlement house, Hull ouse, in the now-legendary Ward 19. Almost three-quarters of Chicago's population then was foreignborn, and Ward 19 in particular was an appalling slum peopled by more than 50,000 immigrants, poor and ignorant of the language, illclothed, hungry, disease-ridden and in need of medical attention. Formerly owned by one of Chicago's pioneers, Hull House became a "Cathedral of Humanity" offering education, recreation and sanctuary to the people living in Ward 19--Irish, Bohemians, Italians, Germans, Poles and Russian Jews. Though Hull House concerned itself with bringing to Ward 19 such things as sanitation and nutrition, it also, and perhaps more importantly, attempted to raise the social, cultural and intellectual levels of the ward's inhabitants by providing facilities for the expression of art, drama and music. Yet it would be erroneous to suppose that Jane Addams and Hull The Daily Gazette ANTES House existed only to relieve the suffering and squalor of the poor. Jane Addams was caught up in the reform spirit of the times, and she was clever enough to realize that the squalid lives of the poor would change only when pressure was exertd against the upper levels of society--against the politicians and the wealthy who constituted the political and economic establishment of the day. Thus, one of her earliest battles was to pressure the Illinois State Legislature into passing legislation providing for sanitary standards in factories, limiting the number of hours women could work at night and fixing 14 as the minimum age a child was permitted to work. Although quickly struck down by the Illinois State Supreme Court, these laws, nevertheless, were an important part of a long struggle that ended in the 1930s with federal legislation protecting not only women but all workers as well. During World War I, before America's entrance, Jane Addams visited, as a representative of the Congress of Women, the major warring powers with pleas for peace. When the war ended, she visited defeated Germany, then facing starvation because of the continued Allied blockade after the armistice. As a member of the American Friends Service Committee, she assisted in feeding the millions of starving people in that nation. For these actions, she received the enmity of the American people, who accused her of pro-German sympathies. However, long after the anti-German hysteria ended, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to secure world peace. Her contributions to the betterment of society were enormous. Her 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 cancy Announcements posted on official bulletin ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE LABORER, LWG-3502-03 (SIX POSITIONS) CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS322-04 CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS322-04 (TEMP NTE 1 Yr) SECRETARY (TYPING), GS/IGS-318-04 282-83 283-83 284-83 285-83 READVERTISED: NAF-45-83-B 195-83-B simple humanity and faith in people were limitless. Though she was often misunderstood and hated by many who did not wish to be reminded of society's failures, her advice, nevertheless, was sought by presidents and world leaders. Though she was never elected to public office or enrolled as a member of a political party, few women in American history have had such political influence. Underline the Best Answer 1. Which of the following best describes Jane Addams' position in politics? a) a radical, b) a Republican, c) a Democrat, d) a humanitarian reformer. 2. "Cathedral of Humanity" means that Hull House: a) was a place where people could pray in peace and quiet b) was a place where the poor could come for aid and be treated with dignity, c) was the secret name for the headquarters of a radical political party, d) was a recreation center for poor children. 3. Which best describes how Jane Addams fought to bring about change for the poor? a) by political action such as supporting certain candidates for office, b) by making speeches to crowds, c) by putting pressure on those in power, d) by working with labor unions. 4. The writer states that Jane Addams, after years of learning, traveling and searching for her role in society, opened up Hull House in Chicago. This would indicate that: a) she knew very early in life what her lifework would be, b) she never could make up her mind, c) she was undecided what to do in life but after much soulsearching made her decision, d) she wavered back and forth but eventually made her decision. 5. Which of the following would best describe Jane Addams' personality? a) pessimistic, b) optimistic, c) melancholy, d) miserly. 6. Jane Addams was accused of being pro-German because a) she wanted to help Germans at a time when most Americans were anti-German, b) she favored a German victory in World War I, c) she opposed U.S. entrance into World War I, d) she won the Nobel Prize for peace. 7. Preidnt d rld leder .resin ents and word leaders 1 office or by reviewing Vaprobably sought Jane Addams' adLn boards, vice on a) the problems of women, CLOSING DATE COMMAND b) the problems of the poor, c) world peace, d) all of these. 23 August 1983 23 August 1983 23 August 1983 23 August 1983 AMUSEMENT MACHINES REPAIRER, 23 August 1983 NA-4820-08 (PT) LABO RERLWG-3502-03 (TEMP 23 August 1983 The following positions are permanent registers: 46-83 CLERK TYPIST, GS/IGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl) 18-83 FIREFIGHTER, (Structual), PS96-83 SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GS2091-03 (Intermittent) NAF-17-83 CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NA3566-1 (FT & PT) PWD NBS Style and Diction The best style of writing is a PWD clear, concise style which expresses exactly what the writer wants SIMA to say. Choose your words carfully and make sure that you avoid unnecessary ones. Confusing Words S/S The following list of words is often confusing. Learn to use them correctly. 1. between (between two); among (among more than two). 2. all together (at the same OPEN All Ccxrrsardsl time); altogether (completely). 3. desert (barren land); dessert OPEN Fire Dept. (food). OPEN C r4. clothes (things people wear); cloths (pieces of fabric, as dust OPEN UOPH cloths). 5. their (possessive pronoun); they're (contraction of they are); there (another place, in a disAPPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-28-83 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-20-83 Club Host PS-085-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS INT CLUBS "Outta the pool, Newman!" tance). 6. accept (receive); except (but). Double Negative Don't say no twice when once is all that is needed. Incorrect: He doesn't have no shoes. Correct: He has no shoes. He doesn't have any shoes. Subject Don't repeat the subject. Incorrect: Aunt Jane, she went to work. Correct: Aunt Jane went to work. She went to work. Page 3 Unclear Reference In the lesson on pronouns, you learned that a pronoun takes the place of a noun. The noun it replaces is called the antecedent. The antecedent must be clear to the reader. Example: Dad told James that he stayed up too late. Who stayed up-Dad or James? Remember to keep the subjectverb-object relationship clear, also. Example: The beauty contestant who nearly fainted quietly took a seat. Did the contestant faint quietly or take a seat quietly? Be Consistent Have you ever talked with a person who seemed to shift in point of view? Example: If you live in an air conditioned house, one should feel fortunate. The subject was you in the first part of the sentence and shifts to one in the second part. It is incorrect to change from second person pronoun to third person pronoun. Sentence Unit A sentence contains a complete thought and only one thought. If it contains more than one thought, it lacks unity. Example: The Smiths have excellent vegetables, and he is a farmer. The Smiths could have excellent vegetables from the market. Farming is Mrs. Smith's profession. Parallel Construction Always use the same grammatical form. Incorrect: I like reading, swimming and to listen to music. Correct: I like reading, swimming and listening to music. Circle the Errors 1. Although she had expensive a clothes, her appearance had a negb ative affect on me. c No error. d 2. They're planning a fishing trip in there new boat, but their b c small children cannot go out there. d 3. He was all together shocked a at the affect of the leaders on b the students and their parents. c No error. d 4. Just between the three of us, a I'll tell you that Mary was altogether pleased to accept the b c invitation to their party. d In the next six sentences you will find the following errors: a) double negatives, b) unclear references, c) shift in point of view, d) lack of unity, e) lack of parallel grammatical form and f) unclear relationship in the subject, verb and objects. Place the errors found in each sentence. 5. Marge is an excellent student and her father is a faculty member at the university. 6. Dick got no credit for none of his entries at the craft show. 7. Sam wanted to learn skiing, sky diving and to cook. 8 While crossing the street, the bus nearly hit Jim. 9. Mother told Lori that she makes a good apple pie. 10. If you make the football team, one should be very pleased. Lesson No. 3 Answers: "Underline the Best Answer": (1) d, (2) b, (3) c, (4) c, (5) b, (6) a, (7) d. "Style and Diction": (1) c, (2) b, (3) a, (4) a, (5) d, (6) a, (7) e, (8) b, (9) f, (10) c.

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Page 4 The Daily Gazette Pan-Am: I.S. owns world record, trounces Cuba (AP)--A world record by America's Steve Lundquist highlighted the third day of the Pan American games in Caracus, Venezuela. Lunquist led an American sweep of the four swimming events when At The Park (AP)--While five teams have been snatching pieces of first place in the American League East the past few weeks, the Chicago White Sox have been running away from the pack in the West. The White Sox lead Kansas City by six and a-half games. Last night Chicago completed a threegame sweep in New York with a 7-5, 13-inning victory over the Yankees. Mike Squires doubled home one run and scored the other in the game-winning uprising. Milwaukee has taken over first place in the East. The Brewers beat the Boston Red Sox twice last night. Ted Simmons had the gamewinning single in the opener as the Brewers won 4-3 in ten innings. Rookie Tom Candiotti threw a seven-hitter in the nightcap as Milwaukee won 5-1. In the NL, Philadelphia's lead over Pittsburgh in the East slipped to a half game. The Pirates had the night off while the Phillies were losing in San Diego 5-4. Bobby Brown had a two-run double for theI Los Angeles games of idleA Steve Sax knoc runs as the D York Mets 4-1 Steve Howe hel three hits. AMERICAN Detroit Baltimore Toronto California Minnesota NATIONAL Montreal Houston he bettered his own world record in the 100-meter breaststroke last night. Fifteen-year-old Carie Steinseifer of California won the women's 100-meter freestyle, Tracy Caulkins took the 400-meter individual medley and Bruce Hayes captured the 200-meter freestyle. Kelly McCormick of Columbus, Ohio, and Wendy Wyland of Mission Viejo, California, finished onetwo in the women's three-meter diving, and American sharpshooters added four gold medals to their collection in the shooting competition. It was also a successful day for the United States in baseball, men' s softball and. water polo. The baseball team rallied to beat Nicaragua, 9-6, the softball team crushed Cuba, 12-0, and the water polo team walloped Colombia 19-3. NHL (UPI)--Jacques Demers, the new coach of the St. Louis Blues, came close to staying n New Brunswick. To get Demers from the Quebec organization, the Blues had to agree on compensation with the Nordiques, but that deal wasn't confirmed until minutes before yesterday's news conference. Under terms of the agreement, the Blues gave up minor league defenseman Claude Julian and a player to be named later. PGA (UPI)--The pro golf circuit bids farewell to the easy Westerfield Country Club course when the Greater Hartford Open begins today. Shunned by the tour's heavy hitters in recent years, the Greater Hartford Open moves to the Padres. larger Edgewood Country Club in Cromwell, Connecticut, next year. moved within four Tim Norris won the 1982 event with Atlanta in the West. a 25-under-par total, the second ked in a couple of lowest 72-hole score in PGA hisodgers beat the New story. .Bob Welch and Amrica' C .d the Mets to just (UPI)--The crew of "Australia II" hasn't let the controversy over its secret keel hamper its perfor10 Kansas City 4 mance. The Australian yacht 4 Texas 2 sailed to its fifth straight vic6 Cleveland 5 story in the America's Cup semi6 Oakland 5 finals yesterday, beating the 7 Seattle 4 Italian yacht "Azzura" by nearly 2:30. Britain's "Victory '83" 12 S. F. 5 also beat "Canada I" by almost two 7 Cincinnati 6 minutes. WANTED I need a Tupperware sifter. you have one, I'll be willing pay a reasonable price. Call at 4591 AT. If to me Baby-sitter for our 15-month-old daughter. Prefer in our home. A parent with a child of similar age could bring their child along. Hours would be from 7:15 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Good pay! Call 4591 AT. Babysitter for three girls aged two, six and ten from Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. Looking for someone in the TK housing area. Please call 2729 AWH. A starter for a Pontiac 400. Please contact AD3 McRae at 6346 DWH. FREE To a good home, one tan puppy, nine months old. Goes by the name "Scratch." Dog house is included. Call 3456 AT. Would someone please give these cute little kittens a home or they go to the poundmaster, what a terrible demise. Three are six months old, five are six weeks old. Grey and black. Call 4128 DWH. Thanks. SERVICES Responsible person will babysit for working mother in her home. Call Rosie at 4253 AT. Babysitting available in my home all day, any day for children three years or older. Call 4563 AT. FOR SALE One baby crib w/mattress, fair shape, $20; coffee and end tables, good condition, $20. Call 3456 AT. Ethan Allen floral couch; rocker, red; foot stool, red. Cost $800 new but willing to sell for $650. Call 3240 AWH. 12'x18' chocolate brown carpet, GC asking $175 or best offer; sofa with matching swivel rocker, beige in color, GC asking $300 or best offer. Call 4690 DWH or 3373 AWH. Ask for Phil. Adjust your speed to traffic and weather conditions Track (UPI)--Calvin Smith may own the 100-meter world record, but as far as Carl Lewis is concerned, he's the world's top sprinter. Lewis backed up his words in Berlin yesterday when he beat Smith for the second time in two weeks. Running the 100-meters for the last time this season, Lewis was clocked in 10.7. Edwin Moses also won the 400meter hurdles for his 82nd consecutive victory, Steve Scott ran the fastest mile in the world this year, and Mary Decker captured the women's 800-meters. Tennis (AP)--John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, and Jimmy Connors all posted straightset victories in the second round of the $375,000 ATP championships in Kings Island, Ohio. McEnroe beat Nduka Odizor of Nigeria, 6-4, 6-4. Lendl was a 6-2, 6-4 winner over Marcos Hocevar of Brazil. And Connors defeatAnders Jarryd of Sweden 7-5, 6-1. Chris Evert Lloyd struggled to beat Alycia Moulton of Sacramento, California, in the Women's Canadian Open tennis championships in Toronto. Unable to find her rhythm, Lloyd was forced to go three sets, winning 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Baseball NEW YORK (UPI)--A New York supreme court judge will decide this morning whether to grant a preliminary injunction preventing the New York Yankees from resuming their "pine tar" game against Kansas City. The judge will rule on separate lawsuits brought by two fans who attended the original game on July 24th. American League President Lee MacPhail claims league by-laws give him the authority to set the playing date, and he contends if the game is pushed back to the end of the season, it could disrupt post-season play. If allowed to continue, the game will resume with the Royals leading 5-4 with two out in the top of the ninth inning. 18' fiberglass boat including two good motors, radio, trailer, and many extras. Price negotiable. Call 2276 AWN. J.C. Penney sewing machine, $75; one alternator 76 Datsun 710, $40; one booster seat, $4. Call 3638 ArH DAILY ENE Water Thursday, August 18, 1983 Local Briefs There will be a meeting of the Racquet Club board members tonight, at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. All members are invited to attend. 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. Now's your chance ladies! Rosters are now being accepted by Special Services for the 1983 Ladies Recreation Softball season. Action begins September 16th, and the deadline for submitting rosters is September 9th at 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 2560. 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. There will be a PADI open water scuba course given by John Staub and Tom Shumate. Pool tryouts will be August 22-23, at 6:30 p.m. at the Windjammer Pool. For more information, call John Staub at 2471 or Tom at 6354 DWH, or 3543 AWH. Anyone desiring to play tennis for NAVSTA White, please contact YNC Alexander at 4366/4453 DWH, or 3490 AWH prior to September 1st. 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-hole, 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. 53-piece set of Oneida stainless tableware including six serving pieces, $20; umbrella stroller with canopy, incl. extra seat, exc. cond, $15; baby carrier, exc. cond, $3; maternity clothes, size 12-14; baby clothes (summer), 0-9 months, good to exc. cond.; breastfeeding supplies, exc. to new items; Atari "racing pack," includes two tapes and special paddles, used once, $25. Call Gina at 4615 DWH or 3755 AWH. LOST Set of motorcycle keys possibly in the vicinity of the Marine Lyceum. Call 2968 AT. MISCELLANEOUS I'm looking for someone with an electric guitar to practice with. For more information call Keith at 4465 DWH or 3802 AWH. If you have a bicycle wheel trueing stand, I would like to rent or borrow it. Please call 4454 DWH or 2580 AWH. If you took the calligraphy class given at CACW and you borrowed my cartridge-type calligraphy pen, you may reach me at 3190 AWH. ERGY USAGE Electricity Use: Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Use: Target: $34,024 Use: Target: 272,218 $27,370 classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Nail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Ads are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited .although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. All ads must be signed by submitter. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (AT=anytime, DWH= during working hours, AWH=after working hours). Traffic Safety Io. ;: t n J


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