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Energy Tip of the Day


When operating an electric
oven, attempt to cook as much of the meal in it at one time as possible. Food with different cooking temperatures can often be cooked simultaneously at one temperature. 25 degrees more or less still produces good results and saves energy.
Part of toQrow's energy is
that which you save today.


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News Digest


(UPI)--Passenger Gwendolyn Derricks says it was her first, and . last, flight. The Delta Air Lines
Boeing 727 was hijacked to Cuba last night by a man who said he was "ready to die." The hijacker, apparently Jamaican, is in custody in Havana, and the Delta flight is
safely in Tampa, Florida.

(UPI)--The National Highway Traffic Safety Board says it has no power to investigate consumer complaints about replacement brake linings on General Motors X-Cars.
The complaints involve problems on more than one million 1980 Chevrolet Citation, Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix
models.

(AP)--There's a report the Soviet Union plans to respond to the increasing accuracy of U.S. nuclear warheads by making some of its own intercontinental missiles more mobile. The Washington Post quotes one official as saying it's a "positive sign" because mobility will mean the missiles will have to
be smaller and less accurate.

(UPI)--Aides with President Reagan in California say he may ask Congress to delay a pay raise for 1.4
million federal white collar workers expected in October.
Presidents are required by law to recommend pay adjustments for federal workers each fall.

(UPI)--The Drug Enforcement Administration says part of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky is on today's schedule for paraquat spraying against marijuana.i
A DEA spokesman says 20 agents in two helicopters looked for sprayable fields of pot on federal land in Tennessee yesterday, but couldn't find any in the foggy.
mountains.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




[Volume 38 Number 159 Friday, August 19, 1983 ]


Looting follows hurricane aftermath; death toll at six


(UPI)--Now the human element .adds. to the woes of Texas coastal residents hit by Hurricane Alicia.
Police and national guardsmen are patrolling the streets of Galveston and Houston looking for looters taking advantage of broken windows, power outages, and the

Local police initiate


Animal control program

In response to the recent increase in animal bites which have occurred throughout the community,
base police have begun conducting animal control procedures.
The purpose of the animal control program is to eliminate those animals which may represent a potential hazard to base residents.
Animals which are allowed free run of the base and are without correct tags will be considered wild and be disposed of.
Reporting wild animals sighted
will enhance the effectiveness of the wild animal program and allow better response by base police.

You are asked to assist in this program by making sure that your pets are correctly registered with Security, are wearing identification tags displaying a number assigned to the owner, and are restrained or in your quarters area.
No domestic animals will be allowed to roam free on the base.
Here is the animal control program schedule:

Today: Villamar, Nob Hill, Tierra K, and Kittery Beach.
Monday and Tuesday, August 22nd and 23rd: Ocean View, Paola Point, Radio Point, and Admin Hill.

Please be sure your pet remains indoors throughout the night.
You deserve a safe and friendly environment in which to work and play. The animal control program will help insure that.








Maj. Douglas Catlett
(left), assists his re-


lief, Lt. Col.


James


Rayburn, in cutting the cake following recent change of command ceremonies at the Navy Security Group Activity and
Company "L." Rayburn and his family arrived from
Pensacola, Fla. where he was commander of Company "K," Marine Support Battalion. Catlett will report shortly for duty at
the Marine Corps Development and Education Center, Quantico, Va. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


absence of people who fled the hurricane.
More than 80 people were arrested for looting, 60 of them in Houston.
Irving Clark of the Galveston County Civil Defense Office said
of the looters, "It's a chance for people to get something for nothing. We have some honest people doing this because they think they won't get caught."


Galveston is enforcing a nighttime curfew until power is restored. That is expected to take up to two days.
Six people died as the hurricane roared across the Texas Gulf Coast yesterday morning. That compares with 46 in Hurricane Carla in 1961. One official said Alicia
had no sudden storm surge, deadly in previous hurricanes.
Preliminary estimates say Alicia did $1 billion damage.


'%Nh ew 'needsase onlif.


New lease on life?


By Cmdr. Lou Fair Jr.
Did you ever meet a horse that you didn't like? Most of us grew
up going to the movies on Saturday afternoon and enjoying at least one horse oriented movie or serial. Names like The Durango Kid, Gene Autrey, The Cisco Kid, Roy Rogers, and Hopalong Cassidy immediately come to mind, along with their famous horses Trigger, Topper, Dancer, and Buttercup. Those
of you who are not old enough to have seen these movies and/or serials the first time around, certainly have seen them on late night television.
Guantanamo Bay is lacking the cowboys, but it does have an infamous horse. The horse's name is Charlie. Charlie started out like his famous predecessors; a real good horse to have around. Somehow Charlie has lost his "horse
sense" and become the rogue of the Guantanamo Bay stable. Charlie has been known to bite and kick riders and people passing by. This errant behavior has become a habit which puts Charlie in the

Stateside convenience: 0

by Chief Lew Reed
Direct dial will become a reality here this Saturday, August 20th.
Along with the added convenience of direct distance dialing, phone users will be paying less for their calls (see chart).
Gordon Fraser, the operator of the overseas telephone link, says that at present, there are 36 circuits available for direct distance usage. Several more circuits are to be added later.
The new system will allow calls to be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If, when you attempt a direct dial call, you get a busy signal, simply hang up and try again. It's just like stateside.
Once you get a dial tone, just dial 9, then 1, then the area code and number. For example, if I wanted to call my parents, I would simply pick up the phone, dial "9", "1" "304" "428-5733" and the automatic switching system would


category of being a public safety problem; one which must be solved very soon.
The facts are:
1. Guantanamo Bay does not have
the facilities, manpower, or space to effectively deal with a horse
that has gone bad.
2. There are no Navy funds available for either flying or shipping Charlie back to the
States.
3. The cost of flying Charlie
back to the States would be approximately $5,000 or more.
4. Because of his behavior
Charlie cannot be leased, rented
or sold to anyone on base.
The bottom line is that Charlie must be transported back to the States or be put to sleep. Charlie needs a sponsor or sponsors, and he needs that assistance quickly. He is now in an enclosed area away from other horses and most assuredly away from people. Should Charlie fail to garner the needed sponsors by Wednesday, Aug. 26, he will be humanely dispatched.

irect dialing now in GTMO

patch me through. Provided, of course, that I don't get a busy signal here or at my parents' house.
If you want the direct dial service added to your telephone, just drop by the telephone business office and ask for it to be added to your existing phone service. Oh, by the way, if you use the number I gave you to try out the system, please tell my father I
said hello.

Here are the places you can direct dial to:
Alaska-Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbadosi St. Vincent, Bequia Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Doinica, Dominican Republic, Hawaii, Jamaica, Mexico, Nevis, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St.
Lucia, Tobago, Trinidad, the United States, and the Virgin Islands
(U.S. and British).
800 numbers cannot be called from Guantanamo Bay.


Rates applicable for the continental United States


Direct Dial
Weekdays Weekdays Sundays


6:01 a.m. until 6 p.m. 6:01 p.m. until 6 a.m. 6:01 a.m. until 6 a.m. Monday


$1.40 per minute or fraction
90q per minute or fraction 90C per minute or fraction


Operator Assisted (available 8 a.m. until midnight)
Station to Station
Weekdays 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. *$5.00/$1.40 Weekdays 6:01 p.m. until midnight *4.00/90C
Person to Person
Weekdays 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. *6.U0/$1.40 Sundays 8 a.m. until midnight *$5.O0/90 (*Initial charge is for first three minutes or fraction. Second charge is for fourth minute or portion thereof.)








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INFlATION FIGHTER

for the week of August 22 - 28

Available at
Stop Light Inn
Villamar Snack Shack
Marblehead Snack Shack
Golf Canteen
Kountry Kitchen
"EXICAN SAUSAGE SANDWICH"




The Naval Hospital will be starting a monthly Gynecology Clinic at the Leeward Branch Clinic. This clinic is being provided on a trial basis to see if there is sufficient need among Leeward residents. Women in need of routine PAP smears will be scheduled in
the morning and a limited number of appointments for general gynecological problems will be available in the afternoon. The clinic will be held the third Friday of each month; the first clinic will be Sept. 16. Appointments can be made by calling the Leeward Branch Clinic 6223 during normal working hours. It should be noted that because the staffing physician, Dr. Carl Smith, is the only obstetrician on the Naval Base, his required presence at the hospital
could cause a last minute cancellation.

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. The price is $2 (outside only), $5 (inside and outside), $7 (vans inside and out).
For more information call Alicia at 4600 DWH or 3476 AWH. Happy trails !

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

Educati ons
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.

The Management Systems & Procedures course that LA Metro is offering this term will be organized around the basic functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. Registration for this course begins August 15th.


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
aa outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed five times weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items
that appear herein are not to be construed aa official or as reflecting the views of COM5AVBASE or the Depart-ent 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.


Having trouble communicating with your child? The generation gap seem to be getting larger? Looking for a positive approach with your child? PET (Parent Effectiveness Traning) may give you some answers. A PET course will be given by a trained PET instructor from Aug. 22 through Aug. 26 at the Nursery School. There must be a minimum of 10 people for the course to go. For more information or to sign up, call the Nursery School office at 2159 between
8 a.m. and noon.


bulletin board


Club Activities


Girl Scout registration
will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20 and 21, from 11
pra.m. until 2 p.m. in
frontof the Navy Exchange. Adult volunteers are needed, so why not
give it a try.

The Club Latino will be sponsoring a five-kilometer (3.1 mile) run for Hispanic Heritage Week on Saturday, Sept. 17th. The run will start from Cooper Field at 9:00 a.m. (sharp) and end at Cooper Field. Entry fee is $5.00 per person. Trophies will be awarded to the first three men and women to finish and to the winner in each age group. Entries will be divided into six age groups, 13
and under, 14 to 17, 18 to 23, 24 to 29, 30 to 39, and 40 and over. For more information contact PN2
Holder at 4147 DWH or 3851 AWH or MS2 Velez at 6414 DWH or 2549 AWH.

A general membership meeting/pot luck lunch will be held at the Fil-Am Club at 1, Sunday, Aug. 21st. Please bring a side dish and soft drinks.

There will be a special meeting of all FRA members on Saturday, Aug. 20, at 10 a.m. at the FRA in Morin Center. Attendance is manatory.

il Notes

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 began August 15th.

Anyone with a MA/MS degree in English who would like to teach evening college classes should contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769.


The emergency medical technician performs a unique service which can not be rendered by any other individual or group. In the second of a two part class offered by LA Metro, you will be provided with the basic foundation in emergency medical lifesaving proce-


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On Thursday evening, Aug. 25, the yacht club will be open for dinner at 6. At 8 a movie on sailing, which is produced by S2 yachts, will be shown. Following the movie, an informal -executive council meeting will be held to decide what the fall events will be. All members and guests are invited to attend.

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.



Take some friends to work with you.
Carpools SAVE!


Friday, August 19, 1983


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 Programs consist of CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters," and mother and baby care classes.


The GTMO Swingers will graduate class 2-83 Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Swingers' club hall. The evening will commence at, 6:30-p.m. with a pot luck dinner. At 7:30 p.m. graduation exercises will begin and they will be followed by an evening of fun and dancing. All Swingers are urged to come on out and welcome these new members to our club.

The GTMO Swingers Square Dance Club will sponsor an "open house" on Wednesday, Aug. 31, and again on Wednesday,- Sept. 7. Activities begin at 7:30 p.m. at the square dance hall which is located next to the base nursery. "Open house" guests will be introduced to the fun of square dancing and will be permitted to sign up for square dance lessons that begin on Sept. 7. The lessons will last for 20 weeks. For more information about the "open house" or the square dance lessons, please call Jim Dewater at 2482 AWH.


Exchange Notes


This year send more than words in your holiday greetings. Send part of yourself with photo-greeting cards. NEX Personalized Services
is offering a 20 percent discount Christmas special. Just bring in your favorite color prints, slides or film negatives and the processing labs will make the photogreeting cards friends and family love to receive. Photo-greeting cards will be accepted through November 1.
Chapel














The Pentecostal Gospel Assembly, a full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes


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!


services
The Church of Christ cordially invites all to services at McCalla Chapel.
Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30. We would like to have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384.


Come by the LAMCO office all people of all faiths to attend The Guantanamo Bay Chapel welcomes gn up for the Emergency Med- at the Bay Hill Chapel. the entire GTMO community to join echnician II course. Regis- Sunday 8 a.m. them for their worship services. n is August 15th through the Sunday 5 p.m. Catholic Services: EMT I is not a prerequisite Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Sunday Obligation is course. Friday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. 5:40 p.m. Saturday Chapel 9:30 a.m. Sunday Chapel
Daily Mass (every day except Tues)
A9:00 a.m. Chapel X.4 SPECIAL TIME...Rite of Reconciliation
P "" 4:30 p.m. Saturday Chapel 8:30 a.m. Sunday Chapel

Protestant Services:
Divine Worship Service
11:00 a.m. Sunday Chapel
11:00 a.m. Sunday Leeward Chapel
Country Church
6:30 p.m. Sunday Chapel

9:00 A.M. AUG. 30 NEX MINI MART 11:00 a.m. Sunday High School Sunday School
DONT LET CHRISTMAS SNEAK UP ON YOU! 9:30 a.m. Sunday (all ages) SSE THE EASY LAYAWAY POLICY TO PU High School CHRISTMA I OW!10:00 a.m. Sunday (all ages) Leeward Chapel


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Friday, August 19, 1983


Making advance funeral preparations: sensible and prudent


WASHINGTON (NES)--Making advance preparations for a funeral can be painful and emotional. But, According to the Better Business Bureau, such action is sensible and
prudent.
By making funeral arrangements
ahead of time, money can be saved and family members spared the pain and confusion involved with making hasty purchase decisions during a
time of crisis.
It is important to look upon funerals as any other consumer service, since funeral arrangements vary. Carefully choosing among the options made available by a funer*al director allows one's wishes to
e carried out, without any unnecessary expense.

Three basic options
There are three basic options
for the disposition of the deceased's remains.
* Burial, the most common method of body disposition, has a wide range of possible expense; cost depends on the selection of casket, cemetery charges and other
funeral-related expenses.
* Cremation, increasing in popularity, is sometimes less expensive than burial. Ashes may be scattered, stored in an urn or buried, with disposition handled by the crematory or the next of
kin.
* Bequeathal is willing a body
to a medical school. This can provide an important service to humanity. However, an alternate arrangement is needed if circumstances at death make bequeathal impossible.
Regardless of the disposition
choice, a memorial service is often appropriate. Grief therapists have pointed out that such ceremoS ies help survivors accept the
oved one's death.
When choosing either burial,
cremation or bequeathal, consider
these suggestions:
* Ask friends or relatives to
recommend a funeral director they have used. Question whether their arrangements met with expectations, and if the final bill was


in line with the original estimate. (If you are in doubt about a funeral director's credibility, contact the Better Business Bureau for a report.)
* Call on several funeral directors to ask about their services. Be as specific as possible about the kind of arrangements you desire.
* Ask for an itemized price list of the services and merchandise you want. If a funeral home only offers "compli:te funerals," ask for a itemized list of what is included.
* You can avoid any misunderstanding about funeral arrangements by taking along a friend or relative when negotiating.
* In all professions, there are the unscrupluous few and funeral directors are no exception. Therefore, you should ask about prices before disclosing the amount of insurance or death benefits due the family.
For assistance in pre-planning a funeral, you may want to consider joining a non-profit, non-sectarian memorial society. This is a voluntary group of people who have joined specifically for this purpose. These societies are located in more than 170 cities throughout the United States and Canada.

Ensure wishes followed

After making funeral plans, take steps to ensure they are carried out. Record the funeral arrangements and include copies of any prepayment contracts and information needed for the next of kin to file for death benefits. Send a copy to your family attorney and the person who will be responsible for carrying out the arrangements.
Do not put funeral instructions in a will or safe deposit box, since a will is usually read after burial, and a safe deposit box may be sealed until the probate process begins.
Preparing for one's own funeral may be an uncomfortable task, but it is essential to avoid uncertainty, disagreement and needless expense.


Volunteer


by Linda G. Goodman
Chairman of Volunteers
The American Red Cross on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base is here to serve you. Many people on the base have helped during emergecy situations, whether it be loans,, long distance telephone calls,


Together,
we can
change things.


cutting through the red tape, or a word or two of comfort.
There is another area where the community, or you, are served and that is through the Volunteer Program. Almost everyone has had occasion to visit the hospital or dental clinic where the majority of the Red Cross volunteers work. Or maybe you have had contact with a volunteer at the school nurse's office, prenatal class, or home care.
Also serving the community are the First Aid, CPR, and Water Safety instructors. These women and men give their time for your benefit, but it is not a one-sided affair. They give time for themselves, too. Many express the true reward is in the giving not the getting.
As the summer vacation months come to an end, there will be a need for more volunteers (in various areas). In the fall, the Red Cross will be offering the Dental Assistant course. Also coming soon will be the Nurse's Assistant course at the hospital. The elementary school uses the volunteers in the School Health Nurse's office.
If you are a nurse, there are specialty areas to serve. The Red Cross office has a need for caseworkers. Do yourself a favor and become a Red Cross Volunteer. Call 2234 or 4676 or stop by the Red Cross office and fill out an application.


Wives' Information Seminar

A Wives' Information Seminar is scheduled for Aug. 23 and 24 from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. in the "I" Division Conference Room, adjacent to the Legal Office in the Administration Building (Bldg. 760).
All dependent spouses are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar. Topics listed below will be presented by representatives from that area and you may attend all or only those of interest to you.
Schedule of times and subjects to be covered:


Tuesday, Aug. 23

6:30-6:35 Opening by NCC NAVSTA 6:35-6:45 Introduction by
Commanding Officer
6:45-7:05 Command Presentation by
Public Affairs Officer 7:05-7:35 Commissary 7:35-7:55 Hospital Introduction to
Medical Services 7:55-8:10 Dental 8:10-8:25 R &R 8:25-8:40 Schools (Elementary)


8:40-9:05 Housing 9:05-9:30 Legal Services

Wednesday, Aug. 24


6:30-6:45
6:45-7:00 7:00-7:15
7:15-7:30 7:30-8:15
8:15-9:15 9:15-9:30


Household Goods Daycare Telephone Company Base Police Navy Exchange Survivor Benefits Awarding of Certificates


Special Services and Telephone Services will provide handouts.
Coffee and cold beverages will be served.
For additional information, contact Pat Warren at 2227 or Mike
Kitzmiller at 4575.



Navy Exchange Employment Availabilities

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


POSITION & GRADE

Desk Clerk Part Time* PS-3/$4 .11

Janitor (Navy Lodge) Full Time
NA-I/$3.49 or LWG-I/$2.21*


CLOSING DATE

26 August 1983 26 August 1983


LOCATION

New Navy Lodge New Navy Lodge


*Previous announcement published on Wednesday was an error.


Food Service Worker Intermittent NA-2 or LWG-2
5 % Commission of Sales

Sales Clerk Part Time PS-3/$4.11 or LGS-3/$3.33

Sales Clerk Part Time PS-I/3.55 or LGS-2/$2.66


OPEN


23 August 1983


OPEN


Downtown Lyceum Retail Store Retail Store


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 obbained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


ANNOUNCEMENTS POSITION AND GRADE


287-83
288-83
RR 24-83 RR 53-83 RR 54-83 RR 55-83 RR 56-83


READVERTISED:
258-83-A


CLERK TYPIST, GS-322-03 SECRETARY (TYPING) , GS318-05
GENERAL ENGINEER, GS-80112
SUPERVISORY GENERAL ENGINEER, GS-801-12
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR INSPECTOR, W-5823-11
MASON, WG-3606-10
SUPERVISORY FIRE PROTECTION, INSPECTOR, GS-081-09


WHARFBUILDERHELPER, LWG4639-05 LEADING TOLWG-07


CLOSING DATE

24 August 1983 24 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983




24 August 1983


The following positions are permanent registers:


46-83 18-83 96-83 NAF-17-83


CLERK TYPIST, GS/IGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl)
FIREFIGHTER, (Structual), PS- OPEN 081-03
SALES STORECHECKER, LGS/GS- OPEN 2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NA- OPEN 3566-1 (FT & PT)


COMMAND

ADMI Office Legal Office
PWD PWD PWD PWD
PWD




PD




All Commands Fire Dept.

Camissary

UOPH


APPLICATIONS 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 INT


CLUBS

CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS


"I sometimes think that the saving grace of America lies in the fact that the overwhelming majority of Americans are possessed of two great qualities-a sense of humor and a sense of proportion".


Franklin D. Roosevelt


The Daily Gazette


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Page 4 The Daily Gazette

U.S. continues to reap gold in Pan-Am games


Friday, August 19, 1983


NBA


(AP)--The Pan Am games continued to be a gold harvest for the U.S., but all isn't exactly going according to plan.
Greg Louganis dominated the diving competition yesterday as expected. He successfully defended his title in the three meter springboard competition.
Swimming continued to be a strong point for U.S. competitors as well, although they haven't dominated things as much as originally was hoped. Cynthia Woodhead won her sixth Pan Am gold medal and set a meet record in the 200 meter freestyle. Matt Gribble won the 100 meter butterfly in another meet record. And, Susan Rapp won the Women's 200 breaststroke. But, Brazil's Ricardo Prado took *the men's 400 individual medley in meet record time and Canada's Kathy Bald won the women's 200 breaststroke, again in Pan Am record time.

In other events at the games, U.S. boxers Milton and Louis Howard easily won their opening bouts. The American baseball team, already guaranteed a spot in the final round, rolled right on, beating Puerto Rico 11-2. The American squad is now 4-0.
U.S. shooters continued to dominate their events, winning four more gold medals. That brought the


Tennis
(UPI)--Martina Navratilova almost didn't get her wish for a long awaited rematch against Kathy Horvath. Navratilova survived two match points in the Women's Canadian Open Tennis Championships in Toronto yesterday and rallied to beat West Germany's Eva Pfaff 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. Horvath, the last woman to beat Navratilova, earned a quarter final berth opposite the world's number one player with a 7-6, 6-2 victory over Kathy Rinaldi. Chris Lloyd beat Czechoslovakia's Helena Sukova, 6-7, 6-2, 6-0.
Jimmy Connors and defending champion Ival Lendl of Czechoslovakia won quarter final berths in the $350,000 ATP Championships in Kings Island, Ohio.
Connors struggled to a 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory over Mel Purcell and Lendl crushed Florin Segarceanu of Romania, 6-1, 6-1.


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

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

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

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

YARD SALES
Make an offer yard sale: Saturday from 9 a.m.-???? at Granadillo Point 11C in the backyard. Lots of odds and ends and everything must go!

17-A Caravella Pt. beginning at 9 a.m. Stereo equipment, organ, camera, roller skates, hair curler, fish smoker, bedspread, and other household items.

Multi-family pre-packout sale Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon at 14B Caravella Point.

Pre-packout sale from 8 a.m. until noon at VL 607B. Everything must go! Two air conditioners (for parts), women's clothing and shoes, books and various household items.


American gold total to 39 and 77 medals overall. Runner-up Cuba, through yesterday's competition, had taken 29 gold and an overall total of 63 medals.
Both U.S. basketball teams at the Pan American Games lost key players yesterday. Lataunya Pollard, the women's college player of the year last season, flew home with an injured ankle. Men's forward Michael Cage left the games to be with his ailing father in Arkansas.

NHL
Central Russ Courtnall, Toronto's top pick in the National Hockey League draft, signed a multi-year contract with the Maple Leafs. Courtnall had 36 goals and 61 assists in the Western Hockey League last season.
Bob Dollas, the first defenseman selected in the 1983 NHL draft, came to terms with the Winnepeg Jets. Using a first-round pick from Washington, the Jets made Dollas the 14th pick in the draft.

Lendl to defect?
(UPI)--The London Daily Mail newspaper reports today that Ivan Lendl, the world's number-two ranked tennis player, will defect to the West.
The Mail quotes Vladimir Skutina, a Czech writer living in Switzerland. In an exclusive report, Skutina told the Mail, Lendl will, "Sever links with his homeland, but hopes to do so without it becoming a dramatic political issue." Skutina continued by stating Lendl, "Simply made up his mind to live inAmerica."

America's-Cup
(UPI)--American skipper Dennis Conner is accusing the Australians of sandbagging in the America's Cup trials. Conner made his charges yesterday after Britain's "Victory '83" defeated "Australia Two" by two minutes, 50 seconds.
Saying, "Somebody's playing games," Conner hinted the Australians lost to take the heat off the controversy surrounding their secret keel.
While the British moved into a first place tie with the Australians in the foreign semi finals, Conner and his yacht "Liberty" beat "Defender" twice.


The


Park

(AP)--The "pine tar game" took a lot more time to talk about than it did to complete. Within 12 minutes, all was over and nothing changed.
The Kansas City Royals got their 5-4 win in the much discussed affair in New York. Before a meager gathering of 1,245, George Frazier retired Hal Macrae to end the Royal's ninth then Kansas City bullpen ace Dan Quisenberry retired the Yankees in order in the bottom half to end it.
In the National League, the Atlanta Braves appear to be fading in the west. Their 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Chicago Cubs yesterday afternoon was costly. They now lead second place Los Angeles by only 3.5 games.


American
EAST DIVISION
Milwaukee Baltimore Detroit Toronto New York Boston Cleveland WEST DIVISION
Chicago Kansas City Oakland Texas California Minnesota Seattle

National
EAST DIVISION
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Montreal St. Louis Chicago New York WEST DIVISION
Atlanta Los Angeles Houston San Diego San Francisco Cincinnati

Philadelphia Cincinnati San Francisco St. Louis


W L G 653 4 62 56 1 60 58 3 57 61 6 54 66 10 48 71 i W L G 71' 30
66 52 3 63 56 60 61 1 57 64 1 55 67 16

4 San Diego
6 Pittsburgh
5 Montreal
5 Houston


classifieds


Saturday from 8 a.m. until fnoon at 35A Nob Hill. Comics, two color TVs, need repair, and much more!


Saturday at 1229A ist St. Villamar. Lots of nice things.

Pre-packout sale at TK97 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Weight bench, toys, clothes. A little bit of everything.

Saturday at 1202A Center Bargo from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Girls' shorts, jeans, dresses, and shoes. Ladies' pants and shoes. Girls' things are sizes 3 to 12 years and ladies' things are size
9.

Come one, come all to 1256A VL. We have baby clothes, girls and boys. Maternity clothes and uniforms, bassinet and portacrib with all the sheets and pads included. Kitchen utensils and lamps, plus much, much more. All good items, no junk. Prices are cheap, almost unbelievably too low. All itmes must go. So come between 9 and 10:30 Saturday morning.

Four-family sale with many items for all ages Saturday at 703 Villamar beginning at 8:30 a.m.
FOR SALE
Plants at the flea market on Sunday.


AKC registered black, male cocker spaniel. Good with children. Also have a male cat for free. Call 2976 AT.


Two 5,000 BTU a/cs, $75 ea.; one 12,500 BTU a/c, 1 yrs. old, $250; or $350 for all three. All in excellent condition. Available Aug. 29. Call 2957 AT or 7257 DWH.


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


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


Water

Use: 1,091,000 Gallons
$6,847


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

Use: $37,483 Target: $34,024


BOSTON (AP)--Boston Celtics general manager Red Auerback met briefly with Larry Bird's attorney yesterday to lay the groundwork for contract negotiations. Agent Bob Woolf has said he "would not call a salary in the $2 million range unfair."
The Portland Trail Blazers, in two separate trades, sent 7'2" center Peter Gudmundsson to Detroit for a 1984 third-round draft choice and gave Indiana the rights to 6'11' Granville Waiters of Ohio State for a second-round pick in 1984.

LocalBriefs
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.

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.

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.

In Ladies Golf 18-hole action yesterday, awards were won at certain designated holes, and Brenda Randall happened to be the recipient of two. She won closest to the pin and fewest putts. Tommie Gibs placed 2nd in closest to the pin.
Patty Tice had longest drive, with Jan Carley taking 2nd. And, Brenda also had a chip-in for birdie on number-14. Good shot!


'77 Honda CJ360 motorcycle, very good condition, new tires, very little rust or corrosion. Red in color. Call 6260 AWH.


19" portable Zenith Best offer takes it. Gene at 6483/6239 AT.


color TV. Call Ray or


Baby wonder chair, converts to high chair, car seat, rocker, nip & nap chair, stroller. Also comes with English carriage, converted to day bed carrier. Paid $600, will sell for $225. Call 3380 AWH or 4710 DWH and ask for Debbie.

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

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.


Electricity

Use: 304,700 KWH
$30,636


Target: 272,218
$27,370


DAILY ENERGY -usAE


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Energy Tip of the Day When operating an electric oven, attempt to cook as much of the meal in it at one time as possible. Food with different cooking temperatures can often be cooked simultaneously at one temperature. 25 degrees more or less still produces good results and saves energy. Part of tomorrow's energy is that which you save today. News Digest (UPI)--Passenger Gwendolyn Derricks says it was her first, and O last, flight. The Delta Air Lines Boeing 727 was hijacked to Cuba last night by a man who said he was "ready to die." The hijacker, apparently Jamaican, is in custody in Havana, and the Delta flight is safely in Tampa, Florida. (UPI)--The National Highway Traffic Safety Board says it has no power to investigate consumer complaints about replacement brake linings on General Motors X-Cars. The complaints involve problems on more than one million 1980 Chevrolet Citation, Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix models. (AP)--There's a report the Soviet Union plans to respond to the increasing accuracy of U.S. nuclear warheads by making some of its own intercontinental missiles more mobile. The Washington Post quotes one official as saying it's a "positive sign" because mobility will mean the missiles will have to be smaller and less accurate. (UPI)--Aides with President Reagan in California say lie may ask Congress to delay a pay raise for 1.4 million federal white collar workers expected in October. Presidents are required by law to recommend pay adjustments for federal workers each fall. (UPI)--The Drug Enforcement Administration says part of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky is on today's schedule for paraquat spraying against marijuana. A DEA spokesman says 20 agents in two helicopters looked for sprayable fields of pot on federal land in Tennessee yesterday, but couldn't find any in the foggy. mountains. GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba LVolume 38 Number 159 Friday, August 19, 1983 looting follows hurricane aftermath; death toll at six (UPI)--Now the human element adds to the woes of Texas coastal residents hit by Hurricane Alicia. Police and national guardsmen are patrolling the streets of Galveston and Houston looking for looters taking advantage of broken windows, power outages, and the Local police initiate Animal control program In response to the recent increase in animal bites which have occurred throughout the community, base police have begun conducting animal control procedures. The purpose of the animal control program is to eliminate those animals which may represent a potential hazard to base residents. Animals which are allowed free run of the base and are without correct tags will be considered wild and be disposed of. Reporting wild animals sighted will enhance the effectiveness of the wild animal program and allow better response by base police. You are asked to assist in this program by making sure that your pets are correctly registered with Security, are wearing identification tags displaying a number assigned to the owner, and are restrained or in your quarters area. No domestic animals will be allowed to roam free on the base. Here is the animal control program schedule: Today: Villamar, Nob Hill, Tierra K, and Kittery Beach. Monday and Tuesday, August 22nd and 23rd: Ocean View, Paola Point, Radio Point, and Admin Hill. Please be sure your pet remains indoors throughout the night. You deserve a safe and friendly environment in which to work and play. The animal control program will help insure that. Maj. Douglas Catlett (left), assists his relief, Lt. Col. James Rayburn, in cutting the cake following recent change of command ceremonies at the Navy Security Group Activity and Company "L." Rayburn and his family arrived from Pensacola, Fla. where he was commander of Company "K," Marine Support BatDir talion. Catlett will reWee port shortly for duty at Wee Sur the Marine Corps Development and Education Center, Quantico, Va. (OfWee facial U.S. Navy photo) Wee We absence of people who fled the hurricane. More than 80 people were arrested for looting, 60 of them in Houston. Irving Clark of the Galveston County Civil Defense Office said of the looters, "It's a chance for people to get something for nothing. We have some honest people doing this because they think they won't get caught." Galveston is enforcing a nighttime curfew until power is restored. That is expected to take up to two days. Six people died as the hurricane roared across the Texas Gulf Coast yesterday morning. That compares with 46 in Hurricane Carla in 1961. One official said Alicia had no sudden storm surge, deadly in previous hurricanes. Preliminary estimates say Alicia did $1 billion dama. Aad ie eeah yc i aee New lease 'i By Cmdr. Lou Fair Jr. category of being Did you ever meet a horse that problem; one whic you didn't like? Most of us grew very soon. up going to the movies on Saturday The facts are: afternoon and enjoying at least 1. Guantanamo one horse oriented movie or sarithe facilities, m al. Names like The Durango Kid, toefcilyd Gene Autrey, The Cisco Kid, Roy that has gone bad Rogers, and Hopalong Cassidy im2. There are mediately come to mind, along with available for a: their famous horses Trigger, Topshipping Charlie per, Dancer, and Buttercup. Those States. of you who are not old enough to 3. The cost o have seen these movies and/or serback to the Stat ials the first time around, cerapproximately $5,000 tainly have seen them on late 4. Because of night television. Charlie cannot b Guantanamo Bay is lacking the or sold to anyone cowboys, but it does have an inThe bottom line famous horse. The horse's name is must be transport Charlie. Charlie started out like States or be put his famous predecessors; a real lie needs a spon good horse to have around. Somead h ed how Charlie has lost his "horse quickly. He is n sense" and become the rogue of the area away from Guantanamo Bay stable. Charlie most assuredly au has been known to bite and kick Should Charlie fa riders and people passing by. needed sponsors b This errant behavior has become a 26, he will be habit which puts Charlie in the patched. on life? a public safety h must be solved Bay does not have anpower, or space eal with a horse 1. no Navy funds aither flying or e back to the of flying Charlie tes would be ap0 or more. f his behavior e leased, rented on base. is that Charlie ted back to the to sleep. Charsor or sponsors, that assistance ow in an enclosed other horses and sway from people. il to garner the y Wednesday, Aug. e humanely disStateside convenience: Direct dialing now in GTMO by Chief Lew Reed Direct dial will become a reality here this Saturday, August 20th. Along with the added convenience of direct distance dialing, phone users will be paying less for their calls (see chart). Gordon Fraser, the operator of the overseas telephone link, says that at present, there are 36 circuits available for direct distance usage. Several more circuits are to be added later. The new system will allow calls to be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If, when you attempt a direct dial call, you get a busy signal, simply hang up and try again. It's just like stateside. Once you get a dial tone, just dial 9, then 1, then the area code and number. For example, if I wanted to call my parents, I would simply pick up the phone, dial "9", "1" "304" "428-5733" and the automatic switching system would ect Dial kdays kdays days patch me through. Provided, of course, that I don't get a busy signal here or at my parents' house. If you want the direct dial service added to your telephone, just drop by the telephone business office and ask for it to be added to your existing phone service. Oh, by the way, if you use the number I gave you to try out the system, please tell my father I said hello. Here are the places you can direct dial to: Alaska-Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, St. Vincent, Bequia Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Hawaii, Jamaica, Mexico, Nevis, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Tobago, Trinidad, the United States, and the Virgin Islands (U.S. and British). 800 numbers cannot be called from Guantanamo Bay. Rates applicable for the continental United States 6:01 a.m. until 6 p.m. 6:01 p.m. until 6 a.m. 6:01 a.m. until 6 a.m. Monday rator Assisted (available 8 a.m. until midnight station to Station kdays 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. kdays 6:01 p.m. until midnight person to Person $1.40 per minute or fraction 90C per minute or fraction 90 per minute or fraction ht) *$5.00/$1.40 *4.U/90C Weekdays 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. *6.UO/$1.40 Sundays 8 a.m. until midnight *$5.U0/9O (*Initial charge is for first three minutes or fraction. Second charge is for fourth minute or portion thereof.)

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Page 2 INFLATION FIGHTER for the week of August 22 -28 Available at Stop Light Inn Villamar Snack Shack Marblehead Snack Shack Golf Canteen Country Kitchen "MEXICAN SAUSAGE SANDWICH" 99q The Naval Hospital will be starting a monthly Gynecology Clinic at the Leeward Branch Clinic. This clinic is being provided on a trial basis to see if there is sufficient need among Leeward residents. Women in need of routine PAP smears will be scheduled in the morning and a limited number of appointments for general gynecological problems will be available in the afternoon. The clinic will be held the third Friday of each month; the first clinic will be Sept. 16. Appointments can be made by calling the Leeward Branch Clinic 6223 during normal working hours. It should be noted that because the staffing physician, Dr. Carl Smith, is the only obstetrician on the Naval Base, his required presence at the hospital could cause a last minute cancellation. 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. The price is $2 (outside only), $5 (inside and outside), $7 (vans inside and out). For more information call Alicia at 4600 DWH or 3476 AWH. Happy trails! There will be a free 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. 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. The Management Systems & Procedures course that LA Metro is offering this term will be organized around the basic functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. Registration for this course begins August 15th. 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 nespapers as outlined in NAVEOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Mfairs Officer. Printed Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the vies of COMAVBASE or the Departmnt 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 SudHaving trouble communicating with your child? The generation gap seem to be getting larger? Looking for a positive approach with your child? PET (Parent Effectiveness Traning) may give you some answers. A PET course will be given by a trained PET instructor from Aug. 22 through Aug. 26 at the Nursery School. There must be a minimum of 10 people for the course to go. For more information or to sign up, call the Nursery School office at 2159 between 8 a.m. and noon. dath. bulletin board 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. The Club Latino will be sponsoring a five-kilometer (3.1 mile) run for Hispanic Heritage Week on Saturday, Sept. 17th. The run will start from Cooper Field at 9:00 a.m. (sharp) and end at Cooper Field. Entry fee is $5.00 per person. Trophies will be awarded to the first three men and women to finish and to the winner in each age group. Entries will be divided into six age groups, 13 and under, 14 to 17, 18 to 23, 24 to 29, 30 to 39, and 40 and over. For more information contact PN2 Holder at 4147 DWH or 3851 AWH or MS2 Velez at 6414 DWH or 2549 AWH. A general membership meeting/pot luck lunch will be held at the Fil-Am Club at 1, Sunday, Aug. 21st. Please bring a side dish and soft drinks. There will be a special meeting of all FRA members on Saturday, Aug. 20, at 10 a.m. at the FRA in Morin Center. Attendance is manatory. On Thursday evening, Aug. 25, the yacht club will be open for dinner at 6. At 8 a movie on sailing, which is produced by S2 yachts, will be shown. Following the movie, an informal executive council meeting will be held to decide what the fall events will be. All members and guests are invited to attend. 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. DON'T BEg A UNE Take some friends to work with you. Carpools SAVE! 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 began August 15th. Anyone with a MA/MS degree in English who would like to teach evening college classes should contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769. The emergency medical technician performs a unique service which can not be rendered by any other individual or group. In the second of a two part class offered by LA Metro, you will be provided with the basic foundation in emergency medical lifesaving procedures. Come by the LAMCO office and sign up for the Emergency Medical Technician II course. Registration is August 15th through the 19th. EMT I is not a prerequisite for this course. Friday, August 19, 1983 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 Programs consist of CPR, first aid, sailing, water safety, baby sitting "Super Sitters," and mother and baby care classes. The GTMO Swingers will graduate class 2-83 Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Swingers' club hall. The evening will commence at 6:30 p.m. with a pot luck dinner. At 7:30 p.m. graduation exercises will begin and they will be followed by an evening of fun and dancing. All Swingers are urged to come on out and welcome these new members to our club. The GTHO Swingers Square Dance Club will sponsor an "open house" on Wednesday, Aug. 31, and again on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Activities begin at 7:30 p.m. at the square dance hall which is located next to the base nursery. "Open house" guests will be introduced to the fun of square dancing and will be permitted to sign up for square dance lessons that begin on Sept. 7. The lessons will last for 20 weeks. For more information about the "open house" or the square dance lessons, please call Jim Dewater at 2482 AWH. Exchange Notes This year send more than words in your holiday greetings. Send part of yourself with photo-greeting cards. NEX Personalized Services is offering a 20 percent discount Christmas special. Just bring in your favorite color prints, slides or film negatives and the processing labs will make the photogreeting cards friends and family love to receive. Photo-greeting cards will be accepted through November 1. 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! Chapel Services The Pentecostal Gospel Assembly, a full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Sunday 8 a.m. Sunday 5 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Friday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. NAVY SPECIAL TIME. O Y IAT OPENING 9:00 A.M. AUG. 30 NEX MINI MART ~DON'T LET CHRISTMAS SNEAK UP ON YOU! ).SE THE EASY LAYAWAY POLICY TO PUT CHRISTMAS GIFTS LAYANAY NOW! The Church of Christ cordially invites all to services at McCalla Chapel. Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30. We would like to have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384. The Guantanamo Bay Chapel welcomes the entire GTMO community to join them for their worship services. Catholic Services: Sunday Obligation 5:40 p.m. Saturday Chapel 9:30 a.m. Sunday Chapel Daily Mass (every day except Tues) 9:00 a.m. Chapel Rite of Reconciliation 4:30 p.m. Saturday Chapel 8:30 a.m. Sunday Chapel Protestant Services: Divine Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday Chapel 11:00 a.m. Sunday Leeward Chapel Country Church 6:30 p.m. Sunday Chapel Junior Church 11:00 a.m. Sunday High School Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday (all ages) High School 10:00 a.m. Sunday (all ages) Leeward Chapel Educational Notes c

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Friday, August 19, 1983 Making advance funeral preparations: sensible and prudent WASHINGTON (NES)--Making advance preparations for a funeral can be painful and emotional. But, according to the Better Business Bureau, such action is sensible and prudent. By making funeral arrangements ahead of time, money can be saved and family members spared the pain and confusion involved with making hasty purchase decisions during a time of crisis. It is important to look upon funerals as any other consumer service, since funeral arrangements vary. Carefully choosing among the options made available by a funeral director allows one's wishes to e carried out, without any unnecessary expense. Three basic options There are three basic options for the disposition of the deceased's remains. Burial, the most common method of body disposition, has a wide range of possible expense; cost depends on the selection of casket, cemetery charges and other funeral-related expenses. Cremation, increasing in popularity, is sometimes less expensive than burial. Ashes may be scattered, stored in an urn or buried, with disposition handled by the crematory or the next of kin. Bequeathal is willing a body to a medical school. This can provide an important service to humanity. However, an alternate arrangement is needed if circumstances at death make bequeathal impossible. Regardless of the disposition choice, a memorial service is often appropriate. Grief therapists have pointed out that such ceremoS ies help survivors accept the oved one's death. When choosing either burial, cremation or bequeathal, consider these suggestions: Ask friends or relatives to recommend a funeral director they have used. Question whether their arrangements met with expectations, and if the final bill was in line with the original estimate. (If you are in doubt about a funeral director's credibility, contact the Better Business Bureau for a report.) Call on several funeral directors to ask about their services. Be as specific as possible about the kind of arrangements you desire. Ask for an itemized price list of the services and merchandise you want. If a funeral home only offers completee funerals," ask for a itemized list of what is included. You can avoid any misunderstanding about funeral arrangements by taking along a friend or relative when negotiating. In all professions, there are the unscrupluous few and funeral directors are no exception. Therefore, you should ask about prices before disclosing the amount of insurance or death benefits due the family. For assistance in pre-planning a funeral, you may want to consider joining a non-profit, non-sectarian memorial society. This is a voluntary group of people who have joined specifically for this purpose. These societies are located in more than 170 cities throughout the United States and Canada. Ensure wishes followed After making funeral plans, take steps to ensure they are carried out. Record the funeral arrangements and include copies of any prepayment contracts and information needed for the next of kin to file for death benefits. Send a copy to your family attorney and the person who will be responsible for carrying out the arrangements. Do not put funeral instructions in a will or safe deposit box, since a will is usually read after burial, and a safe deposit box may be sealed until the probate process begins. Preparing for one's own funeral may be an uncomfortable task, but it is essential to avoid uncertainty, disagreement and needless expense. Volunteer by Linda G. Goodman Chairman of Volunteers The American Red Cross on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base is here to serve you. Many people on the base have helped during emergecy situations, whether it be loans,. long distance telephone calls, taiNT EASIWluO demonstrates now to nake waterwings from a pair of pants, knotted and inflated, which will keep a person afloat indefinitely. Eastwood served as a Red Cross water safety instructor in 1953 at a Seattle school before movie fame and fortune struck. Together, we can change things. cutting through the red tape, or a word or two of comfort. There is another area where the community, or you, are served and that is through the Volunteer Program. Almost everyone has had occasion to visit the hospital or dental clinic where the majority of the Red Cross volunteers work. Or maybe you have had contact with a volunteer at the school nurse's office, prenatal class, or home care. Also serving the community are the First Aid, CPR, and Water Safety instructors. These women and men give their time for your benefit, but it is not a one-sided affair. They give time for themselves, too. Many express the true reward is in the giving not the getting. As the summer vacation months come to an end, there will be a need for more volunteers (in various areas). In the fall, the Red Cross will be offering the Dental Assistant course. Also coming soon will be the Nurse's Assistant course at the hospital. The elementary school uses the volunteers in the School Health Nurse's office. If you are a nurse, there are specialty areas to serve. The Red Cross office has a need for caseworkers. Do yourself a favor and become a Red Cross Volunteer. Call 2234 or 4676 or stop by the Red Cross office and fill out an application. Wives' Information Seminar A Wives' Information Seminar is scheduled for Aug. 23 and 24 from 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. in the "I" Division Conference Room, adjacent to the Legal Office in the Administration Building (Bldg. 760). All dependent spouses are strongly encouraged to attend this seminar. Topics listed below will be presented by representatives from that area and you may attend all or only those of interest to you. Schedule of times and subjects to be covered: Tuesday, Aug. 23 6:30-6:35 Opening by NCC NAVSTA 6:35-6:45 Introduction by Commanding Officer 6:45-7:05 Command Presentation by Public Affairs Officer 7:05-7:35 Commissary 7:35-7:55 Hospital Introduction to Medical Services 7:55-8:10 Dental 8:10-8:25 R &,R 8:25-8:40 Schools (Elementary) 8:40-9:05 Housing 9:05-9:30 Legal Services Wednesday, Aug. 24 6:30-6:45 6:45-7:001 7:00-7:15 7:15-7:301 7:30-8:151 8:15-9:15 9:15-9:30A Household Goods Daycare Telephone Company Base Police Navy Exchange Survivor Benefits Awarding of Certificates Special Services and Telephone Services will provide handouts. Coffee and cold beverages will be served. For additional information, contact Pat Warren at 2227 or Mike Kitzmiller at 4575. Navy Exchange Employment Availabilities The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office in Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or call 4348. POSITION & GRADE Desk Clerk Part Time* PS-3/$4.11 Janitor (Navy Lodge) Full Time NA-1/$3.49 or LWG-1/$2.21* CLOSING DATE 26 August 1983 26 August 1983 LOCATION New Navy Lodge New Navy Lodge *Previous announcement published on Wednesday was an error. Food Service Worker Intermittent NA-2 or LWG-2 5 % Commission of Sales Sales Clerk Part Time PS-3/$4.11 or LGS-3/$3.33 Sales Clerk Part Time PS-1/3.55 or LGS-2/$2.66 OPEN 23 August 1983 OPEN Downtown Lyceum Retail Store Retail Store 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 287-83 288-83 RR 24-83 RR RR RR RR 53-83 54-83 55-83 56-83 READVERTISED: 258-83-A CLERK TYPIST, GS-322-03 SECRETARY (TYPING) ,GS318-05 GENERAL ENGINEER, GS-80112 SUPERVISORY GENERAL ENGINEER, GS-801-12 AUTMFTIVE REPAIR INSPECTOR, WG-5823-11 MASON, WG-3606-10 SUPERVISORY FIRE PROTECTION, INSPECTOR, GS-081-09 WHARFBUILDER HELPER, LWG4639-05 LEADING TO LWG-07 CLOSING DATE COMMAND 24 August 1983 24 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 22 August 1983 24 August 1983 ADMIN Office Legal Office PWD PWD PWD PWD PWD The following positions are permanent registers: 46-83 18-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 CLERK TYPIST, GS/ILS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl) FIREFIGHTER, (Structual), PSOPEN 081-03 SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GSOPEN 2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NAOPEN 3566-1 (FT & PT) All Canands Fire Dept. CCxtnissaxy UOPH APPLICATIONS 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 INT CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS "I sometimes think that the saving grace of America lies in the fact that the overwhelming majority of Americans are possessed of two great qualities-a sense of humor and a sense of proportion". Franklin D. Roosevelt The Daily Gazette Page 3 i.

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Page 4 Ine e U.S. continues to reap gold in Pan-Am games (AP)--The Pan Am games continued to be a gold harvest for the U.S., but all isn't exactly going according to plan. Greg Louganis dominated the diving competition yesterday as expected. He successfully defended his title in the three meter springboard competition. Swimming continued to be a strong point for U.S. competitors as well, although they haven't dominated things as much as originally was hoped. Cynthia Woodhead won her sixth Pan Am gold medal and set a meet record in the 200 meter freestyle. Matt Gribble won the 100 meter butterfly in another meet record. And, Susan Rapp won the Women's 200 breaststroke. But, Brazil's Ricardo Prado took *the men's 400 individual medley in meet record time and Canada's Kathy Bald won the women's 200 breaststroke, again in Pan Am record time. In other events at the games, U.S. boxers Milton and Louis Howard easily won their opening bouts. The American baseball team, already guaranteed a spot in the final round, rolled right on, beating Puerto Rico 11-2. The American squad is now 4-0. U.S. shooters continued to dominate their events, winning four more gold medals. That brought the Tennis (UPI)--Martina Navratilova almost didn't get her wish for a long awaited rematch against Kathy Horvath. Navratilova survived two match points in the Women's Canadian Open Tennis Championships in Toronto yesterday and rallied to beat West Germany's Eva Pfaff 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. Horvath, the last woman to beat Navratilova, earned a quarter final berth opposite the world's number one player with a 7-6, 6-2 victory over Kathy Rinaldi. Chris Lloyd beat Czechoslovakia's Helena Sukova, 6-7, 6-2, 6-0. Jimmy Connors and defending champion Ival Lend of Czechoslovakia won quarter final berths in the $350,000 ATP Championships in Kings Island, Ohio. Connors struggled to a 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory over Mel Purcell and Lendl crushed Florin Segarceanu of Romania, 6-1, 6-1. MISCELLANEOUS I'm looking for someone with an electric guitar to practice with. For more information call Keith at 4465 DWH or 3802 AWN. FREE To a good home, one tan puppy, nine months old. Goes by the name "Scratch." Dog house is included. Call 3456 AT. SERVICES Responsible person will babysit for working mother in her home. Call Rosie at 4253 AT. LOST Set of motorcycle keys possibly in the vicinity of the Marine Lyceum. Call 2968 AT. YARD SALES Make an offer yard sale: Saturday from 9 a.m.-???? at Granadillo Point 11C in the backyard. Lots of odds and ends and everything must go! 17-A Caravella Pt. beginning at 9 a.m. Stereo equipment, organ, camera, roller skates, hair curler, fish smoker, bedspread, and other household items. Multi-family pre-packout sale Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon at 14B Caravella Point. Pre-packout sale from 8 a.m. until noon at VL 6078. Everything must go! Two air conditioners (for parts), women's clothing and shoes, books and various household items. American gold total to 39 and 77 medals overall. Runner-up Cuba, through yesterday's competition, had taken 29 gold and an overall total of 63 medals. Both U.S. basketball teams at the Pan American Games lost key players yesterday. Lataunya Pollard, the women's college player of the year last season, flew home with an injured ankle. Men's forward Michael Cage left the games to be with his ailing father in Arkansas. HL Central Russ Courtnall, Toronto's top pick in the National Hockey League draft, signed a multi-year contract with the Maple Leafs. Courtnall had 36 goals and 61 assists in the Western Hockey League last season. Bob Dollas, the first defenseman selected in the 1983 NHL draft, came to terms with the Winnepeg Jets. Using a first-round pick from Washington, the Jets made Dollas the 14th pick in the draft. Lendl to defect? (UPI)--The London Daily Mail newspaper reports today that Ivan Lendl, the world's number-two ranked tennis player, will defect to the West. The Mail quotes Vladimir Skutina, a Czech writer living in Switzerland. In an exclusive report, Skutina told the Mail, Lendl will, "Sever links with his homeland, but hopes to do so without it becoming a dramatic political issue." Skutina continued by stating Lendl, "Simply made up his mind to live in America." America's Cup (UPI)--American skipper Dennis Conner is accusing the Australians of sandbagging in the America's Cup trials. Conner made his charges yesterday after Britain's "Victory '83" defeated "Australia Two" by two minutes, 50 seconds. Saying, "Somebody's playing games," Conner hinted the Australians lost to take the heat off the controversy surrounding their secret keel. While the British moved into a first place tie with the Australians in the foreign semi finals, Conner and his yacht "Liberty" beat "Defender" twice. Saturday from 8 a.m. until 'noon at 35A Nob Hill. Comics, two color TVs, need repair, and much more! Saturday at 1229A 1st St. Villamar. Lots of nice things. Pre-packout sale at TK97 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Weight bench, toys, clothes. A little bit of everything. Saturday at 1202A Center Bargo from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Girls' shorts, jeans, dresses, and shoes. Ladies' pants and shoes. Girls' things are sizes 3 to 12 years and ladies' things are size 9. Come one, come all to 1256A VL. We have baby clothes, girls and boys. Maternity clothes and uniforms, bassinet and portacrib with all the sheets and pads included. Kitchen utensils and lamps, plus much, much more. All good items, no junk. Prices are cheap, almost unbelievably too low. All itmes must go. So come between 9 and 10:30 Saturday morning. Four-family sale with many items for all ages Saturday at 703 Villamar beginning at 8:30 a.m. FOR SALE Plants at the flea market on Sunday. ily Gazette At 7 ,-The Park (AP)--The "pine tar game" took a lot more time to talk about than it did to complete. Within 12 minutes, all was over and nothing changed. The Kansas City Royals got their 5-4 win in the much discussed affair in New York. Before a meager gathering of 1,245, George Frazier retired Hal Macrae to end the Royal's ninth then Kansas City bullpen ace Dan Quisenberry retired the Yankees in order in the bottom half to end it. In the National League, the Atlanta Braves appear to be fading in the west. Their 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Chicago Cubs yesterday afternoon was costly. They now lead second place Los Angeles by only 3.5 games. American EAST DIVISION W L GB Milwaukee 68 51 -Baltimore 66 50 Detroit 66 52 1 Toronto 67 53 1 New York 64 54 3 Boston 58 61 10 Cleveland 50 70 18 WEST DIVISION W L GB Chicago 65 53 -Kansas City 58 58 6 Oakland 59 63 8 Texas 57 61 8 California 57 63 9 Minnesota 52 70 15 Seattle 46 74 20 National EAST DIVISION W L GB Philadelphia 63 54 -Pittsburgh 62 56 1 Montreal 60 58 3 St. Louis 57 61 6 Chicago 54 66 10 New York 48 71 16 WEST DIVISION W L GB Atlanta 71 50 -Los Angeles 66 52 3 Houston 63 56 7 San Diego 60 61 11 San Francisco 57 64 14 Cincinnati 55 67 16 Philadelphia 4 San Diego 2 Cincinnati 6 Pittsburgh 5 San Francisco 5 Montreal 3 St. Louis 5 Houston 4 AKC registered black, male cocker spaniel. Good with children. Also have a male cat for free. Call 2976 AT. Two 5,000 BTU a/cs, $75 ea.; one 12,500 BTU a/c, 1 yrs. old, $250; or $350 for all three. All in excellent condition. Available Aug. 29. Call 2957 AT or 7257 DWH. Ethan Allen floral couch; rocker, red; foot stool, red. Cost $800 new but willing to sell for $650. Call 3240 AWH. One baby crib w/mattress, faith shape, $20; coffee and end tables, good condition, $20. Call 3456 AT. Friday, August 19, 1983 NBA BOSTON (AP)--Boston Celtics general manager Red Auerback met briefly with Larry Bird's attorney yesterday to lay the groundwork for contract negotiations. Agent Bob Woolf has said he "would not call a salary in the $2 million range unfair." The Portland Trail Blazers, in two separate trades, sent 7'2" center Peter Gudmundsson to Detroit for a 1984 third-round draft choice and gave Indiana the rights to 6'11' Granville Waiters of Ohio State for a second-round pick in 1984. Local Briefs 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. 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. 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. In Ladies Golf 18-hole action yesterday, awards were won at certain designated holes, and Brenda Randall happened to be the recipient of two. She won closest to the pin and fewest putts. Tommie Gibs placed 2nd in closest to the pin. Patty Tice had longest drive, with Jan Carley taking 2nd. And, Brenda also had a chip-in for birdie on number-14. Good shot! '77 Honda CJ360 motorcycle, very good condition, new tires, very little rust or corrosion. Red in color. Call 6260 AWH. 19" portable Zenith color TV. Best offer takes it. Call Ray or Gene at 6483/6239 AT. Baby wonder chair, converts to high chair, car seat, rocker, nip & nap chair, stroller. Also comes with English carriage, converted to day bed carrier. Paid $600, will sell for $225. Call 3380 AWH or 4710 DWH and ask for Debbie. WANTED I need a Tupperware sifter. you have one, I'll be willing pay a reasonable price. Call at /. 51 A. If to me at 4591 AT. 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. DAILY ENERGY USAGE Water Electricity Use: 1,091,000 Gallons Use: 304,700 KWH $6,847 $30,636 Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Use: $37,483 Target: $34,024 Target: 272,218 $27,370 classifieds It's not enough to be an average driver -Sft 8 when your life may be at stake T: o(1