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SVolume 38 Number 160


Monday, August 22, 1983


Unions sign contract; AT&T strike could end Thursday


(UPI)--Three striking unions have signed a tentative three-year contract with AT&T, and union officials say the nationwide walkout could end by Thursday.

Plane crash kills 11

& I)--A skydiving trip turned
gicwhen a twin-engine plane crashed about 45 miles north of Seattle, killing at least 11 people.

The Lockheed Lodestar was carrying 24 skydivers and two crew members when it went down last night near Stanwood. Witnesses said some of the skydivers jumped to safety as the plane nose-dived onto a rural highway. Authorities investigating the accident say the death toll could rise.

The plane exploded when it hit the ground, spreading pieces of the aircraft and body parts over nearby fields. Snohomish County officials are at the scene, trying to retrieve the remains. One of the parachuters is hospitalized in serious condition, suffering from a leg injury.

A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board says a team will investigate the crash.

V SA, Rockwell join to


Build fifth space shuttle

LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A report in a Los Angeles newspaper says NASA and a private contractor may build a fifth space shuttle.
The report says Rockwell International is the prime contractor for what's being called the space shuttle "structural spares" program and will produce a spare fuselage, a spare wing set, a spare tail and spare engines.

If a fifth shuttle is to be constructed, Rockwell could make a good start with those parts. White House science advisers dispute the need for a fifth shuttle, which would cost an estimated $2 billion to build.
But Lt.Gen. James Abrahamson, who heads the shuttle program, believes NASA's goal of having 24 flights a year by 1988 warrants building an additional orbiter.


SUsed car prices up

t* --The old law of supply and demand are showing up again in the used auto business. Hertz, the nation's largest
rental-leasing firm, reports the total number of used cars sold last year was the smallest since 1976. And buyers paid more for the privilege.
Used car prices were up 13.2 percent last year to an average $4,773 per vechicle. Owning and operating a used car cost the owner q�25.44 for every mile driven. For a new car owner, that figure was o43.42 per mile. The Hertz report noted that two out of every three Americans bought a used car rather than a new one. The main reason, new car prices are too high.

Hertz figured the average price of a new car last year was $8,866, up from 1981's figure of $7,967.


That's if the 675,000 workers that prompted the August 7th walkon strike approve the deal and out. local contracts are completed with- The president of the Communicaout any trouble. tions Workers of America, Glenn
Both sides in the dispute say Watts, says the settlement broke they're happy with the settlement, ground in protecting workers. which calls for a 16-percent wage
hike over three years. That will The bad news is who will wind up lift the average base pay $2 an paying for the sweeter contract. hour, from $12.33 to $14.33. An AT&T vice president acknowThe union claims it also won ledged yesterday that, "Wage inb__etter job security, another issue creases do impact on phone rates."

Explosion rocks army reserve center, no injuries


NEW YORK (UPI)--New York police say two bomb blasts at an army reserve center last night ripped through a wall and damaged military vehicles but caused no injuries.
The explosions occurred at the
Sergeant Joseph Muller Army Reserve Center in the Bronx.
Police say the blasts blew out windows on three floors of the four-story brick building.
One bomb was placed outside the building's west wall. The other


was placed under a truck in the motor pool in the rear yard, and damaged several parked vehicles.
Police say no guard was posted at the center at the time of the blasts.

A group calling the United Freedom Front claimed responsibility for the bombing. The group has also claimed responsibility for several other bombings earlier this year and late last year.


Direct dialing goes into effect


DIRECT DIALING GOES INTO EFFECT IN GUANTANAMO BAY--IN THE ABOVE PHOTO, Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base, makes the first direct dial call from GTMO to Rear Admiral Lawrence Laymann, Director of Naval Communications. Looking on is Gordon Fraser, Resident Manager of ITT. In the photo below, ENFA Monique Brodeur of Port Services, the most junior enlisted person on the base, dials direct to her mother in Brooklyn, N.Y. The new system went into effect Saturday and it will allow calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week and users will be paying less for their calls. The new system is easy: once you get a dial tone, dial 9, then 1, then the area code and number. Persons wanting the direct dial service added to their telephones, should contact the telephone business office. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


News Digest


POLAND (UPI)--Solidarity founder Lech Walesa says it is quite clear the Polish government will not give his movement the meeting he has demanded. He said work slowdowns will begin tomorrow. And next week, he said, the protest will be expanded to a boycott of public transportation and the news media.

PHILIPPINES (UPl)--Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos calls the assassination of his chief opponent, Benigno Aquino, an "outrageous crime," and vows to bring the perpetrators to justice. But Aquino's followers say the government is behind the shooting. Officials say a man in an airport utility uniform shot Aquino as he stepped off a plane in Manila yesterday, following three years of self-imposed exile in the U.S.

PASCO, Washington (UPI)--Police in Pasco, Washington say a man went on a rampage in a quiet neighborhood Saturday and killed two men with a kitchen knife. A third man was critically injured. The police believe the suspect, George Johnson, a veteran of Vietnam, was having a flashback and thought he was fighting enemy troops.

(AP)--A poll indicates that if the Democratic presidential primary were held today, 35 percent of the nation's black adults would favor the Reverend Jesse Jackson. But the "Newsweek" survey suggests less than one-third think Jackson could get enough white votes to win the nomination.
EGYPT (UPI)--Egypt's president has outlined his new plan for getting foreign troops out of Lebanon. Hosni Mubarak yesterday urged Israel to remove its forces, and said Syria would follow suit later. He once favored a simultaneous pullout, and analysts say the change could be an effort to smooth relations between Egypt and Syria.

(UPI)--The Food and Drug Administration will be alerting physicians to studies suggesting the morning sickness drug bendectin may be dangerous to infants of women who took it to relieve nausea during pregancy. The studies report an incidence of stomach deformities among these children. But officials say a third study indicates no such risks.

Ferry schedule change
Beginning August 26th, the 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ferry run will no longer be available.

Power outage tomorrow
There will be a power outage
tomorrow resulting from the annual preventative maintenance plan. The areas affected are: TUES. AUGUST 23 (8:30 a.m. - 10:30
a.m.)--Tierra K Housing; Kittery Beach Housing; Iguana Terrace Housing; Water Plant #3; AFRTS Skyline Drive Transmitter; Base Siren, Skyline drive. TUES. AUGUST 23 (1030 a.m. - 11:30
a.m.)--Tierra K Housing TUES. AUGUST 23 (1:30 p.m. - 2:30
p.m.)--Kittery Beach Housing; Iguana Terrace Housing; Water Plant #3; AFRTS Skyline Drive Transmitter; Base Siren Skyline Drive.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Energy Tip of the Day


Keep cool these hot
months. Remember to clean your air conditioning filters and coils at least once a month or more often. The dust which accumulates reduces the air flow and prevents correct cooling. It not only wastes energy, it also makes you uncomforttable. The energy you save today will benefit you tomorrow.


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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.

PET-Parent Effectiveness Training
will be available here at GTMO for one last time .... Registration will be at the Nursery School August 22nd through the 26th from Noon until 3:00 p.m. For more information call 2159 during the week of the 22nd through 26th. A fee of $25.00 per couple will be charged for the course. REMEMBER ........ It's your decision. Learning more effective ways of relating to your children takes courage, practice, and patience...the courage to be open to, and accept, new ideas and attitudes.. .practice in applying the principles and techniques at home with your own family....patience for the time it takes to discourage your children's once-effective misbehavior pattterns. In our modern society, we have come to expect "instant" results, "instant" success, "instant" everything! But anything of real value takes time...Isn't a happy family life worth some of your time? This will be a short course which will meet every night for one week. Class starts on August 29th. Reserve your place now!

Those parents of students who must pay tuition for their children, that is those not employed by contract with DOD or here on official government orders, will be required to pay their tuition fees prior to the start of school on the 29th of August or their child will not be allowed to attend classes. If you have any questions as to whether your situation requires you to pay tuition for your child or if you need to know how much is due call Ms. Matthews (high school) at 3100 or Ms. Vaughn (elementary school) at 2410. This requirement has been necessitated by past abuses and is a DODDS requirement.






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 end station newspapers as outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Sase Public Mfairs Officer. Printed
five rises weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Savy Pubicationa and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions or sttmets io news ites that appear herein are not to be construed as official : or as reflecting tbe views of CWQ4V5ASE or the Dee rtinent of the Savy.


The Daily Gazette



Special Announcements


Attention senior parents and seniors of 1984: There will be a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, at the W.T. Sampson High School in Rm. Ii8. We will discuss the Senior/Parent Club of 1984. If you have any questions call Kim at 2980 AWH, Rhonda at 3248 AWH or Debbie at 3443 AT.
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 Vacate Notice: If you are residing in Navy Family Housing, you must notify Housing at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. If 30 days is not possible, as much advance notice as possible must be given (i.e. short fuse orders, etc.). When you receive orders, you should contact the Personal Property office immediately to arrange household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice.


The September Navy-wide advancement examinations are just around the corner. They will be administered on the following dates between-the hours of 7:15 a.m. and noon at the Windjammer Club:
Sept. 8 - E4 Sept. 13 - E5 Sept. 15 - E6
If you are being transferred or anticipate being away from GTMO during the examining period and desire to participate in the exam, you should make arrangements with the Educational Services Office to have your exam transferred to the Navy activity nearest your destination for administration no later than Aug. 24. If you have any questions, call the Educational Services Office at the Personnel Support Detachment at 4553 or 4338.

Club Activities
Girl Scout registration
will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28, from 11a.m. until 2 p.m. int front of the Navy Exchange. Adult, volunteers are needed for the program this year. Won't you give it a try? It can be very rewarding.

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.

The Guantanamo Bay Duplicate Bridge Group meets every Tuesday evening. All bridge players are invited to join the group. Play starts promptly at 7:00. For further information, call Jane Jones at 2436 or Sharon Liehr at 2357.


The Co missioned Officers' Advisory Board meeting scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 18, has been rescheduled for Thursday, Aug. 25, at 3:30 p.m. in the Plantation Room at the COMO Club.

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.

Nominations are now being accepted for the fall Local School Advisory Council elections for W.T. Sampson Elementary and High Schools. If you are a parent or guardian of a student who will be enrolled for the entire 1983-84 school year, you may submit your name for consideration. You also must submit a brief statement of why you would like to serve on the council. Submit these items via the Guard Mail to the appropriate school. (Stop 29 for elementary and Stop 29A for the combined junior and high school) Submissions must be received by August 31. Professional school employees or their spouses may not compete as parent representatives. For more information, contact Connie Rosecrans at 2546.


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

Educational Notes


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.

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.

American Red Cross

There will be a Red Cross tea on Friday, Aug. 26, at 10:30 a.m. in the hospital education room. Board members please attend. All Red Cross Volunteers are invited and encouraged to come.

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.


Monday, August 22, 1983
INFLATION FIGHTER


for the week of.,
August 22 - 28

Available at
Stop Light Inn
Villamar Snack Shack









If you're in the mood to watch a good movie and to eat delicious food, come to the Marine Lyceum. We are now serving barbecue beef sandwiches, nacho chips with cheese sauce and/or jalapeno rings, hot dogs (plain, chili dogs, chili cheese dogs), popcorn, different types of sausages, beverages, frozen sandwiches, chips, cigarettes, etc.
The Knights of Columbus oriental night, featuring oriental cuisine, a beverage bar, and door prizes of $100 plus, will be held on Sept. 3 at 7 at the FRA in Morin Center. Tickets are $10 ea./$20 per couple and can be purchased from any Knight or you may contact Chuck Gnilka at 4941.
The Leeward Point Branch of Special Services is now operating under new hours at several locations. The Auto obby Shop and the Woodworking Hobby Shop will be open Wednesday through Friday from 1 until 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. On Monday and Tuesday they will be closed for maintenance and cleaning. The Marina will be open Tuesday through Thursday from noon until 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m., and on Sunday from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. It will be closed Monday for maintenance and cleaning. The Naval Station Enlist- Cu
ed Dining Facility and i -' Branch Facility at

Leeward Point will offer a special birthday dinnerigu to all active duty enlisted personnel having a birthday during the month 7 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 MSl Chapa at 6271, Leeward.
Exchange Notes

The Navy Exchange Beauty Shop has an opening for a licensed hairdresser. Applications can be obtained in the Beauty Shop. For more information, contact Betty or
Barbara at 4764 DWH.



AL" ANON

The only requirement for membership in an Al-Anon family group is that you have the problem of alcoholism in your family or in a friend.
We have three primary purposes:
1. To learn more about the
disease of alcoholism
2. To share our experiences,
strength and hope with
others in similar
circumstances
3. To improve our own
emotional health and
spiritual growth
We have admitted that we are powerless over the alcoholic in our life, we realize we cannot change them to suit ourselves.
Therefore, emphasis is on what we can do with our lives. If you think you need what we have
to offer, please call-Diane at 3205 AT
Meeting tine is MONDAY 8-9 PM


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Monday, August 22, 1983


Is Your House Out To Get You?


*M K. J. Kuespert of the Personnel Suport Detamt is congratulated by Lt. Cdr. E. J. Malboeuf, PSD Officer, upo re-enlisting for
four years. (Official U.S. Navy phot)


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


SHIPWRIGHT HELPER, LW5220-05
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MECHANIC HELPER, WG/LWG5352-05 (TEMP NTE 1 YR)
PurcaSING AGENT, GS/LGS-1105-04/5 or GS/LGS-1105-05


CLOSING DATE

25 August 1983 25 August 1983 25 August 1983


COMMAND

SImA


supply


The following positions are permanent registers:


46-83 18-83 406-83

NAF-17-83


CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl)
FIREFIGHTER, (Structural), PS- OPEN 081-03 SALES STORE CHECKER, IGS/GS- OPEN
2091-03 (Intermittent)


CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NA3566-1 (FT & PT)


OPEN


All Cammands Fire Dept.

Camuissary

UOPH


APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS:


cLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT Clerk-Typist, S/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


Clement Reed (left), a welder assigned to the Maintenance Divisicn, Metal Trades Branch of the Public Works Department, is presented a Sustained Superior Performance Award by Capt. L. A. Fermo, Public Works Officer. (Official 4s. Navy photo)


More than three quarters of a million Americans had a close encounter of the wrong kind with stairs last year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. An estimated 770,995 injuries associated with stairs were treated in hospital emergency rooms over a 12-month period.
In a survey of injuries associated with 68 common household items (not including drugs and medicines), it was found that people fell off of, bumped into, got cut, pinched, scraped, punctured, poisoned or otherwise injured by, nearly everything around the house.
Next to stairs in injury-producing potential were the following items, each involved in more than 200,000 injuries in the same period:
* Tables 245,532
* Nails, tacks and screws 243,867


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6:30
6:35


Chairs and sofas Beds
Glass doors and windows


241,094 212,188 200,801


Some items normally considered more dangerous than tables and beds actually sent fewer people to emergency rooms:


* Knives
* Bathtubs
* Porches and
balconies
* Stoves
* Cleaning agents


156,737
91,997

83,736 44,381 34-378


At the bottom of the list of 68 items, causing the least injuries per year, were:


Screwdrivers
* Coffeemakers and
teapots
* High chairs
* Ice picks and
skewers


12,497 11,585 11.359 10,660


Wives' Information Seminar

A Wives' Information Seminar is scheduled for Aug. 23 and 24 6:30 until 9:30 p.m. in the "I" Division Conference Room, adjato the Legal Office in the Administration Building (Bldg.

All dependent spouses are strongly encouraged to attend this nar. Topics listed below will be presented by representatives that area and you may attend all or only those of interest to

Schedule of times and subjects to be covered:

Tuesday, Aug. 23 8:40-9:05 Housing
9:05-9:30 Legal Services
0-6:35 Opening by NCC NAVST&
5-6:45 Introduction by Wednesday, Aug. 24


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)


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-ofCertificates


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.


$37,291 Awarded

Disabled Marine Wins Lawsuit


A disabled Marine veteran has been awarded more than $37,000 in back pay as a result of a suit brought at the request of the Labor Department against the City of Philadelphia for failing to reinstate the veteran in a job after he returned from military service.
Under federal veterans' reemployment rights law, veterans are entitled to reinstatement to their preservice job or, if they are incapable of performing that job because of a service connected disability, to a job they can perform--with comparable seniority, status and pay.
Joseph F. Ryan, Jr., 33, served in the Marine Corps in the 1960s. He worked for the City of Philadelphia from 1971 until 1976, when he left his job as a corrections officer to re-enlist.
After being honorably discharged for medical reasons in 1980, Ryan applied for reemployment with the city but was not rehired. He then sought assistance from the Labor Department's Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights (OVRR).
After meetings with the OVRR, city officials agreed Ryan was entitled to reemployment even though his medical condition prevented him from resuming his former job as a corrections officer. He was subsequently offered three positions but they were not similar in pay to his former position. After failing to work out a voluntary settlement with the city, OVRR referred the case to the Jus-


tice Department, which filed suit on behalf of Ryan. A U.S. District Court judge ruled that Ryan was not required to accept any of the lower paying jobs and ordered the City of Philadelphia to pay him the approximate amount he would have earned while living in Philadelphia, had the city complied with the law. (In 1982, Ryan moved to New Jersey, at which time he withdrew his claim for reemployment.) The back pay plus interest amounted to $37,291.
For information regarding reemployment rights or for assistance in cases where reemployment rights for a veteran may have been violated, contact the Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights, listed under the Labor Department, in the U.S. Government section of your telephone book. Or write to: Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights, Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. 20216.


Ants Quit Working

A new method for controlling ants uses a synthetic insect hormone which causes young ants to grow up to be watchers instead of workers.
Developed by Department of Agriculture researchers, the pesticide upsets the balance of workers to nonworkers in ant colonies, causing a decline in food gathering, maintenance work and eventual death of the colony.


286-83 289-83 290-83


NAF-25-83
17-83 NAF-28-83 1NMF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-20-83


: "I found another one I was able to convince to join up....


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(AP)--Left-handed pitcher Rick Honeycutt handled the first NL hitters he faced the same way he used to handle the AL batters.
He got them out.
In his NL debut, Honeycutt combined with Tom Niedenfuer for a seven-hitter as Los Angeles shut out Philadelphia 6-0. The Dodgers obtained Honeycutt Friday from Texas for relief pitcher Dave Stewart. Honeycutt scattered four hits in seven innings before leaving with a cut finger on his left hand.

Los Angeles is unbeaten in nine games against the Phillies this season. Five of those games have been shutouts. The Dodgers have outscored Philadelphia 34-7 in their nine meetings. In the AL, Texas pitcher John Butcher said he knew he'd made a mistake as soon as he released the fastball. He was right about that mistake. Carlton Fisk turned it into a two-run homer that gave the Chicago White Sox a 3-1 win over


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

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

Atlanta Cincinnati Montreal San Diego New York St. Louis


Baltimore Detroit Cleveland California Boston


Chicago Pittsburgh San Diego Montreal S. F.
Houston


FREE
I have two puppies that need a home. They are mixed breed, both females. Call 2293 AWH.
WANTED
Would like to borrow a medium-sized airline kennel to bring our puppy to GTMO. Need by Oct. 1. Would greatly appreciate it if someone would help. Please call 3715 AT. FOR SALE
Two 5,000 BTU a/cs, $75 ea.; one 12,500 BTU a/c, 1 years old, $250; or $350 for all three. All in excellent condition. Available Aug. 29. Call 2957 AT or 7257 DWH.

Puch moped, new in Feb. and very well maintained. Asking $500. Perfect for GTMO. Call 4575 DWH or 3552 AWH.

9'x6' cranberry rug, $50; 12'x15' blue rug, $125; Girl Scout uniform, size 10, $15. Call 32Sr AT.


Traffic Safety


Kenmore washer and dryer, $200 for both. 23,500 BTU a/c, $225; 9,800 BTU a/c, $200; 6,300 BTU a/c, $100. BBQ grill, $10. Available Sept. 29. Call 3298 AT.

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

CJ-5 Jeep, customized, full roll cage; new paint, floor boards. V-8 304 eng., full high-back seats, excellent condition, $3500. Call Steve at 6385 DWR or 3209 AWH.

Woman's Peugeot bicycle, 19" frame, 12-speed, light blue, only two months old, $275 firm. Call 2355 DWH or 2900 AWH.


Brake inspection is your protection


The Daily Gazette


Pan-Am Games

(UPI)--The swimming competition ends today at the Pan American Games in Carcas, Venezuela, and none too soon for everyone but the United States.
Paced by Rick Carey of Mount Kisco, New York, the U.S. was five-for-five in yesterday's gold medal derby. Carey bested his own world record in the 100-meter backstroke with a time of 55.19.

In an earlier race, New Jersey's Craig Beardsley fell short of his world record in the 200-meter butterfly, but still beat the Pan Am mark to capture the gold. Another Pan Am record fell when Tiffany Cohen of California took the womaen's 800-meter freestyle. And, Tracy Caulkins of Nashville came within a breath of her meet record in winning the 200-meter individual medley.

The U.S. added its fourth Pan Am record of the day by capturing the women's 100-meter relay. That gives the Americans 21 swimming gold medals, out of a possible 24 contested in the games.
In other action yesterday, Greg Louganis completed a diving sweep for the U.S. by winning the men's platform competition, while the rowing team hauled in an additional four gold medals for the U.S.
And the women's basketball team defeated Canada 87-79, the baseball team edged Panama 4-3, and welterweight Louis Howard of St. Louis and light-heavy Evander Holyfield of Atlanta moved to the semi-finals in boxing.

So, after the first week of
competition, the United States is atop the standings with 82 gold medals and 165 overall. Cuba is a distant second with 53 gold and 107 total.


Tennis

(UPI)--Giant killer Mats Wilander kept rolling yesterday with yet another upset in the $300,000 ATP championship in-Kings Island, Ohio.
The fourth-seeded Wilander shocked top-ranked John McEnroe in the title match of the ATP by scores of 6-4, 6-3. The Swedish star earned a berth in the final with Saturday's equally surprising win over defending champion Ivan Lendl.
Wilander, who is 19 years old
today, picked up $48,000 toward the celebration with yesterday's victory.
Martina Navratilova is also a
wealthier tennis player today. Yesterday, Navratilova defeated Chris Evert Lloyd in the championship match of the Player's Tennis Challenge in Toronto. With the 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory, Navratilova took home a check for $42,500. By successfully defending her championship, she also continued her domination of Lloyd, beating Chris for the second time in eight days, and for the eighth time in nine matches.


America's Cup

(UPI)--Britain's "Victory '83" gained a finals-berth in the America's Cup yesterday with a convincing win over "Canada I" on Rhode Island sound. "Australia II" kept sailing along and eliminated Italy from the list of would-be foreign challengers with a victory over "Azzurra." As it now stands, "Australia II" is 7-1 in semi-final races, while "Victory '83" is 6-2. The finals begin August 28th. Yachts representing the United States had the day off.

Racing
(UPI)--Cale Yarborough won yesterday's Champion Spark Plug-400 NASCAR race in Brooklyn, Michigan. Yarborough took the lead 25 laps from the end after Richard Petty scraped the wall in the fourth turn. Yarborough completed the 400-mile event 0.8 ahead of Darrell Waltrip. Bill Elliott came in third, with pole-sitter Terry Labonte, fourth.
Britain's Jonathan Palmer scored an easy win in the Belgian FormulaII Auto Grand Prix yesterday. The Ralt-Honda driver has 63 world championship points after 11 races and now leads New Zealander Mike Thackwell by an insurmountable 18 points. Thackwell finished second yesterday. The season's final race takes place September 4th in Italy.




NFL


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(UPI)--The Philadelphia Eagles went shopping for linebackers when Frank LeMaster and Reggie Wilkes went down in an exhibition game last week. Yesterday, they came up with a new pair. Joel Williams, from the Atlanta Falcons, and Bill Cowher, from the Cleveland Browns, were acquired for undisclosed draft picks.
Denver sent six-year veteran defensive end Greg Boyd to Green Bay. In return, the Packers gave up another of those mysterious future undisclosed draft choices.

Bronco quarterback Steve Deberg still has problems with a strained groin muscle he hurt in an exhibition game last week. He practiced yesterday against the advice of team trainers. Deberg is battling rookie John Elway for the Broncos' starting position.
The Los Angeles Raiders might have to open their season without starting linebacker Bob Nelson. He's got two broken ribs, and doctors say they won't heal by the September 4th opener against Cincinnati. The injury occured in last week's game against the New York Jets.


Baby wonder chair that 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


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PGA

(UPI)--Veteran Curtis Strange ended a three-year drought on the PGA tour yesterday with a one-stroke victory in the $300,000 Greater Hartford Open. Strange had a final round of 68 to rest at 16-under-par for the tournament. His 268 total left Jack Renner and Jay Haas tied for second place. Don Pooley was alone in fourth place at the 14under, 270 mark. For strange, the rare victory was worth $54,000.
Ayako Okamoto sank a hole-in-one yesterday in the World Championship of Women's Golf. But the effort still left the Japanese player twoshots behind Joanne Carner in the $200,000 tournament. Carner, the defending champion, fired a threeunder-par 69 yesterday to finish with a six-under-par total of 282. The $65,000 top prize was the biggest ever on the women's tour. Pat Bradley was third in the select field of 12 gathered at Shaker Heights, Ohio.


Local Briefs

There will be a meeting and practice for all girls interested in trying out for the high school softball team this Wednesday, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Cooper Field #1.

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

How about a chance to get awa> 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 "wo burner," because sign-ups are du before August 31st, at 4:30 p.m. Call 2560 for more information.

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.

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

19" portable Zenith color TV. Best offer takes it. Call Ray or Gene at 6483,/6239 AT.

Used Whirlpool dishwasher, good condition, $75; Boy Scout uniform (sizes 12-14), two each of shirts, shorts, trousers, $5 each. Call 2912 AWH.

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


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Energy Tip of the Day Keep cool these hot months. Remember to clean your air conditioning filGAZETTE ters and coils at least once a month or more often. The dust which accumulates reduces the air flow and preGuant anamo Bay, Cuba vents correct cooling. It not only wastes energy, it also makes you uncomforttable. The energy you save today will benefit you toVolume 38 Number 160 Monday, August 22, 1983 morrow. Unions sign contract; AT&T strike could end Thursday .Nw (UPI)--Three striking unions have That's if the 675,000 workers that prompted the August 7th walksigned a tentative three-year conon strike approve the deal and out. tract with AT&T, and union officilocal contracts are completed withThe president of the Comaunicaals say the nationwide walkout ou an trul.tnsWreso AmrcGen PLN (U )-S id iyfudr could end by Thursday. Both sides in the dispute say Watts, says the settlement broke L A e Sa ity u cer they're happy with the settlement, ground in protecting workers, teh e salish ovrnet i utlle Plane crash kills 11 which calls for a 16-percent wage giePhishmovement ming he hike over three years. That will The bad news is who will wind up gvha s mvden emaneetsinrk low II)--A skydiving trip turned lift the average base pay $2 an paying for the sweeter contract. gic when a twin-engine plane hour, from $12.33 to $14.33. An AT&T vice president acknownstwillbegi ,tomorro An crashed about 45 miles north of The union claims it also won pledged yesterday that, "Wage inSeattle, killing at least 11 peobetter job security, another issue creases do impact on phone rates." will be expanded to a boycott of Public transportation and the news The Lockheed Lodestar was carrying 24 skydivers and two crew members when it went down last night near Stanwood. Witnesses said some of the skydivers jumped to safety as the plane nose-dived onto a rural highway. Authorities investigating the accident say the death toll could rise. The plane exploded when it hit the ground, spreading pieces of the aircraft and body parts over nearby fields. Snohomish County officials are at the scene, trying to retrieve the remains. One of the parachuters is hospitalized in serious condition, suffering from a leg injury. A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board says a team will investigate the crash. SA, Rockwell join to Build fifth space shuttle LOS ANGELES (UPI)--A report in a Los Angeles newspaper says NASA and a private contractor may build a fifth space shuttle. The report says Rockwell International is the prime contractor for what's being called the space shuttle "structural spares" program and will produce a spare fuselage, a spare wing set, a spare tail and spare engines. If a fifth shuttle is to be constructed, Rockwell could make a good start with those parts. White House science advisers dispute the need for a fifth shuttle, which would cost an estimated $2 billion to build. But Lt.Gen. James Abrahamson, who heads the shuttle program, believes NASA's goal of having 24 flights a year by 1988 warrants building an additional orbiter. used car prices up (*--The old law of supply and demand are showing up again in the used auto business. Hertz, the nation's largest rental-leasing firm, reports the total number of used cars sold last year was the smallest since 1976. And buyers paid more for the privilege. Used car prices were up 13.2 percent last year to an average $4,773 per vechicle. Owning and operating a used car cost the owner 425.44 for every mile driven. For a new car owner, that figure was 443.42 per mile. The Hertz report noted that two out of every three Americans bought a used car rather than a new one. The main reason, new car prices are too high. Hertz figured the average price of a new car last year was $8,866, up from 1981's figure of $7,967. Explosion rocks army reserve center, no injuries NEW YORK (UPI)--New York police say two bomb blasts at an army reserve center last night ripped through a wall and damaged military vehicles but caused no injuries. The explosions occurred at the Sergeant Joseph Muller Army Reserve Center in the Bronx. Police say the blasts blew out windows on three floors of the four-story brick building. One bomb was placed outside the building's west wall. The other was placed under a truck in the motor pool in the rear yard, and damaged several parked vehicles. Police say no guard was posted at the center at the time of the blasts. A group calling the United Freedom Front claimed responsibility for the bombing. The group has also claimed responsibility for several other bombings earlier this year and late last year. Direct dialing goes into effect DIRECT DIALING GOES INTO EFFECT IN GUANTANAMO BAY--IN THE ABOVE PHOTO, Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base, makes the first direct dial call from GTMO to Rear Admiral Lawrence Laymann, Director of Naval Communications. Looking on is Gordon Fraser, Resident Manager of ITT. In the photo below, ENFA Monique Brodeur of Port Services, the most junior enlisted person on the base, dials direct to her mother in Brooklyn, N.Y. The new system went into effect Saturday and it will allow calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week and users will be paying less for their calls. The new system is easy: once you get a dial tone, dial 9, then 1, then the area code and number. Persons wanting the direct dial service added to their telephones, should contact the telephone business office. (Official U.S. Navy photo) media. PHILIPPINES (UPI)--Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos calls the assassination of his chief opponent, Benigno Aquino, an "outrageous crime," and vows to bring the perpetrators to justice. But Aquino's followers say the government is behind the shooting. Officials say a man in an airport utility uniform shot Aquino as he stepped off a plane in Manila yesterday, following three years of self-imposed exile in the U.S. PASCO, Washington (UPI)--Police in Pasco, Washington say a man went on a rampage in a quiet neighborhood Saturday and killed two men with a kitchen knife. A third man was critically injured. The police believe the suspect, George Johnson, a veteran of Vietnam, was having a flashback and thought he was fighting enemy troops. (AP)--A poll indicates that if the Democratic presidential primary were held today, 35 percent of the nation's black adults would favor the Reverend Jesse Jackson. But the "Newsweek" survey suggests less than one-third think Jackson could get enough white votes to win the nomination. EGYPT (UPI)--Egypt's president has outlined his new plan for getting foreign troops out of Lebanon. Hosni Mubarak yesterday urged Israel to remove its forces, and said Syria would follow suit later. He once favored a simultaneous pullout, and analysts say the change could be an effort to smooth relations between Egypt and Syria. (UPI)--The Food and Drug Administration will be alerting physicians to studies suggesting the morning sickness drug bendectin may be dangerous to infants of women who took it to relieve nausea during pregancy. The studies report an incidence of stomach deformities among these children. But officials say a third study indicates no such risks. Ferry schedule change Beginning August 26th, the 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ferry run will no longer be available. Power outage tomorrow There will be a power outage tomorrow resulting from the annual preventative maintenance plan. The areas affected are: TUES. AUGUST 23 (8:30 a.m. -10:30 a.m.)--Tierra K Housing; Kittery Beach Housing; Iguana Terrace Housing; Water Plant #3; AFRTS Skyline Drive Transmitter; Base Siren, Skyline drive. TUES. AUGUST 23 (1030 a.m. -11:30 a.m.)--Tierra K Housing TUES. AUGUST 23 (1:30 p.m. -2:30 p.m.)--Kittery Beach Housing; Iguana Terrace Housing; Water Plant #3; AFRTS Skyline Drive Transmitter; Base Siren Skyline Drive. C S t a c c S P

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Page 2 COUPON SEFV C7 $3.00 OFF ON A $.00 ORDER? DRY CLEANING OLY I UG.22-27 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 Buddath. PET-Parent Effectiveness Training will be available here at GTMO for one last time.Registration will be at the Nursery School August 22nd through the 26th from Noon until 3:00 p.m. For more information call 2159 during the week of the 22nd through 26th. A fee of $25.00 per couple will be charged for the course. REMEMBER. It's your decision. Learning more effective ways of relating to your children takes courage, practice, and patience. the courage to be open to, and accept, new ideas and attitudes.practice in applying the principles and techniques at home with your own family.patience for the time it takes to discourage your children's once-effective misbehavior pattterns. In our modern society, we have come to expect "instant" results, "instant" success, "instant" everything! But anything of real value takes time.Isn't a happy family life worth some of your time? This will be a short course which will meet every night for one week. Class starts on August 29th. Reserve your place now! Those parents of students who must pay tuition for their children, that is those not employed by contract with DOD or here on official government orders, will be required to pay their tuition fees prior to the start of school on the 29th of August or their child will not be allowed to attend classes. If you have any questions as to whether your situation requires you to pay tuition for your child or if you need to know how much is due call Ms. Matthews (high school) at 3100 or Ms. Vaughn (elementary school) at 2410. This requirement has been necessitated by past abuses and is a DODDS requirement. TUE DAIdLY 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 rue n euain r3 sip d s inge spapr au 1,, s NAVEOSaPn3 under the direction of the Naval ae Public Affairs Officer. Printed fsati tws kl~y P1gus eense ii e eqimn t b Navy Pbictios an, sd Pitng Service ranch Office, the opinions or ta eetsin n asitms that appear herein ae noto be contued as offiial reflecting the vie s of CO VBsA5SE orthe Deparmet of the Nay. Attention senior parents and seniors of 1984: There will be a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, at the W.T. Sampson High School in Rm. 9i8. We will discuss the Senior/Parent Club of 1984. If you have any questions call Kim at 2980 AWH, Rhonda at 3248 AWH or Debbie at 3443 AT. 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 Vacate Notice: If you are residing in Navy Family Housing, you must notify Housing at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. If 30 days is not possible, as much advance notice as possible must be given (i.e. short fuse orders, etc.). When you receive orders, you should contact the Personal Property office immediately to arrange household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice. The September Navy-wide advancement examinations are just around the corner. They will be administered on the following dates between the hours of 7:15 a.m. and noon at the Windjammer Club: Sept. 8 -E4 Sept. 13 -E5 Sept. 15 -E6 If you are being transferred or anticipate being away from GTMO during the examining period and desire to participate in the exam, you should make arrangements with the Educational Services Office to have your exam transferred to the Navy activity nearest your destination for administration no later than Aug. 24. If you have any questions, call the Educational Services Office at the Personnel Support Detachment at 4553 or 4338. Club Activities Girl Scout registration will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in front of the Navy ,, Exchange. Adult tP volunteers are a needed for the program this year. Won't you give it a try? It can be very rewarding. 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. The Guantanamo Bay Duplicate Bridge Group meets every Tuesday evening. All bridge players are invited to join the group. Play starts promptly at 7:00. For further information, call Jane Jones at 2436 or Sharon Liehr at 2357. The Commissioned Officers' Advisory Board meeting scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 18, has been rescheduled for Thursday, Aug. 25, at 3:30 p.m. in the Plantation Room at the COMO Club. 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. Nominations are now being accepted for the fall Local School Advisory Council elections for W.T. Sampson Elementary and High Schools. If you are a parent or guardian of a student who will be enrolled for the entire 1983-84 school year, you may submit your name for consideration. You also must submit a brief statement of why you would like to serve on the council. Submit these items via the Guard Mail to the appropriate school. (Stop 29 for elementary and Stop 29A for the combined junior and high school) Submissions must be received by August 31. Professional school employees or their spouses may not compete as parent representatives. For more information, contact Connie Rosecrans at 2546. Starting Sept. 1 anyone using the Special Services Day Care Center must have these forms completed before leaving children at the center: Immunization Forms Medical Release Forms The forms are available at the Day Care Center. For further information, please contact Ms. Charlene Wilson at 2205 DWH or MCPO I.G. Neal at 2248 DWH. Educational Notes 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. 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. American Red Cross There will be a Red Cross tea on Friday, Aug. 26, at 10:30 a.m. in the hospital education room. Board members please attend. All Red Cross Volunteers are invited and encouraged to come. 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. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements Monday, August 22, 1983 INFLATION FIGHTER for the week of August 22 -28 Available at Stop Light Inn Villamar Snack Shack Marblehead Snack Shack Golf Canteen Kountry Kitchen "MEXICAN SAUSAGE SANDWICH" 99 If you're in the mood to watch a good movie and to eat delicious food, come to the Marine Lyceum. We are now serving barbecue beef sandwiches, nacho chips with cheese sauce and/or jalapeno rings, hot dogs (plain, chili dogs, chili cheese dogs), popcorn, different types of sausages, beverages, frozen sandwiches, chips, cigarettes, etc. The Knights of Columbus oriental night, featuring oriental cuisine, a beverage bar, and door prizes of $100 plus, will be held on Sept. 3 at 7 at the FRA in Morin Center. Tickets are $10 ea./$20 per couple and can be purchased from any Knight or you may contact Chuck Gnilka at 4941. The Leeward Point Branch of Special Services is now operating under new hours at several locations. The Auto Hobby Shop and the Woodworking Hobby Shop will be open Wednesday through Friday from 1 until 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. On Monday and Tuesday they will be closed for maintenance and cleaning. The Marina will be open Tuesday through Thursday from noon until 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m., and on Sunday from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. It will be closed Monday for maintenance and cleaning. 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. Exchange Notes The Navy Exchange Beauty Shop has an opening for a licensed hairdresser. Applications can be obtained in the Beauty Shop. For more information, contact Betty or Barbara at 4764 DWH. AL*ANON The only requirement for membership in an Al-Anon family group is that you have the problem of alcoholism in your family or in a friend. We have three primary purposes: 1. To learn.more about the disease of alcoholism 2. To share our experiences, strength and hope with others in similar circumstances 3. To improve our own emotional health and spiritual growth We have admitted that we are powerless over the alcoholic in our life, we realize we cannot change them to suit ourselves. Therefore, emphasis is on what we can do with our lives. If you think you need what we have to offer, please call-Diane at 3205 AT Meeting time is MONDAY 8-9 PM community bulletin board

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Monday, August 22, 1983 Is Your House Out To Get You? ;w M. J. Kuespert of the Perstnnel Support Detacinent is congratulated by Lt. Oar. E. J. Malboeuf, PSD Officer, upon re-enlisting for four years. (Official U.S. Navy photo) 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 SHIPWRIGHT HELPER, LWG5220-05 INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MECHANIC HELPER, WG/LWG5352-05 (TEYIP NTE 1 YR) PURCHASING AGENT, GS/LGS1105-04/5 or GS/LGS-1105-05 CLOSING DATE COMMAND 25 August 1983 SIMA 25 August 1983 PWD 25 August 1983 Supply The following positions are permanent registers: CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS-322-03 OPEN (Kelly Girl) FIREFIGHTER, (Structural), PSOPEN 081-03 SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GSOPEN 2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIAL WJRKER, LWG/NA3566-1 (FT & PT) OPEN All Canands Fire Dept. Commissary UOPH APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT REGISTERS: CLUB HOST, PS-085-02 INT Clerk-Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 INT Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 INT Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 INT Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408-02 INT CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS CLUBS Clement Reed (left) a welder assigned to the Maintenance Division, Metal Trades Branch of the Public Works Department, is presented a sustained Superior Performance Award by Capt. L. A. Ferno, Public Works Officer. (Official 4.S. Navy photo) More than three quarters of a million Americans had a close encounter of the wrong kind with stairs last year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. An estimated 770,995 injuries associated with stairs were treated in hospital emergency rooms over a 12-month period. In a survey of injuries associated with 68 common household items (not including drugs and medicines), it was found that people fell off of, bumped into, got cut, pinched, scraped, punctured, poisoned or otherwise injured by, nearly everything around the house. Next to stairs in injury-producing potential were the following items, each involved in more than 200,000 injuries in the same period: Tables 245,532 Nails, tacks and screws 243,867 * Chairs and sofas Beds Glass doors and windows 241,094 212,188 200,801 Some items normally considered more dangerous than tables and beds actually sent fewer people to emergency rooms: * * Knives Bathtubs Porches and balconies Stoves Cleaning agents 156,737 91,997 83,736 44,381 34-378 At the bottom of the list of 68 items, causing the least injuries per year, were: 4' * Screwdrivers Coffeemakers and teapots High chairs Ice picks and skewers 12,497 11,585 11.359 10,660 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 from that area and you may attend you. be presented by representatives all or only those of interest to 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 6:30-6:451 6:45-7:001 7:00-7:15' 7:15-7:301 7:30-8:151 8:15-9:15 9:15-9:304 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. $37,291 Awarded Disabled Marine Wins Lawsuit A disabled Marine veteran has been awarded more than $37,000 in back pay as a result of a suit brought at the request of the Labor Department against the City of Philadelphia for failing to reinstate the veteran in a job after he returned from military service. Under federal veterans' reemployment rights law, veterans are entitled to reinstatement to their preservice job or, if they are incapable of performing that job because of a service connected disability, to a job they can perform--with comparable seniority, status and pay. Joseph F. Ryan, Jr., 33, served in the Marine Corps in the 1960s. He worked for the City of Philadelphia from 1971 until 1976, when he left his job as a corrections officer to re-enlist. After being honorably discharged for medical reasons in 1980, Ryan applied for reemployment with the city but was not rehired. He then sought assistance from the Labor Department's Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights (OVRR). After meetings with the OVRR, city officials agreed Ryan was entitled to reemployment even though his medical condition prevented him from resuming his former job as a corrections officer. He was subsequently offered three positions but they were not similar in pay to his former position. After failing to work out a voluntary settlement with the city, OVRR referred the case to the Justice Department, which filed suit on behalf of Ryan. A U.S. District Court judge ruled that Ryan was not required to accept any of the lower paying jobs and ordered the City of Philadelphia to pay him the approximate amount he would have earned while living in Philadelphia, had the city complied with the law. (In 1982, Ryan moved to New Jersey, at which time he withdrew his claim for reemployment.) The back pay plus interest amounted to $37,291. For information regarding reemployment rights or for assistance in cases where reemployment rights for a veteran may have been violated, contact the Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights, listed under the Labor Department, in the U.S. Government section of your telephone book. Or write to: Office of Veterans' Reemployment Rights, Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. 20216. Ants Quit Working A new method for controlling ants uses a synthetic insect hormone which causes young ants to grow up to be watchers instead of workers. Developed by Department of Agriculture researchers, the pesticide upsets the balance of workers to nonworkers in ant colonies, causing a decline in food gathering, maintenance work and eventual death of the colony. 286-83 289-83 290-83 46-83 18-83 6-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-25-83 17-83 NAF-28-83 NAF-27-83 NAF-21-83 NAF-20-83 "I found another one I was able to convince to join up." The Daily Gazette Page 3

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Page 4 At The Park (AP)--Left-handed pitcher Rick Honeycutt handled the first NL hitters he faced the same way he used to handle the AL batters. He got them out. In his NL debut, Honeycutt combined with Tom Niedenfuer for a seven-hitter as Los Angeles shut out Philadelphia 6-0. The Dodgers obtained Honeycutt Friday from Texas for relief pitcher Dave Stewart. Honeycutt scattered four hits in seven innings before leaving with a cut finger on his left hand. Los Angeles is unbeaten in nine games against the Phillies this season. Five of those games have been shutouts. The Dodgers have outscored Philadelphia 34-7 in their nine meetings. In the AL, Texas pitcher John Butcher said he knew he'd made a mistake as soon as he released the fastball. He was right about that mistake. Carlton Fisk turned it into a two-run homer that gave the Chicago White Sox a 3-1 win over the Rangers. American EAST DIVISION Baltimore Milwaukee Detroit Toronto New York Boston Cleveland WEST DIVISION Chicago Kansas City Oakland Texas California Minnesota Seattle Kansas City Minnesota Seattle New York Toronto National EAST DIVISION Philadelphia Pittsburgh Montreal St. Louis Chicago New York WEST DIVSION Atlanta Los Angeles Houston San Diego San Francisco Cincinnati Atlanta ] Cincinnati Montreal San Diego New York St. Louis W 69 70 68 69 67 59 52 W 68 59 60 58 57 53 47 8 4 7 2 7 L 51 52 53 54 54 63 71 L 54 61 65 64 66 72 76 GB 1 1 2 11 18 GB 8 9 10 11 16 21 Baltimore Detroit Cleveland California Boston W 63 63 61 60 54 51 W 74 69 63 62 57 57 11 6 3 5 4 5 L 57 58 60 61 69 71 L 50 52 59 62 67 68 3 3 2 1 3 GB 12 3 10 13 GB 3 10 12 17 17 Chicago Pittsburgh San Diego Montreal S. F. Houston 9 4 2 2 3 2 FREE I have two puppies that need a home. They are mixed breed, both females. Call 2293 AWH. WANTED Would like to borrow a medium-sized airline kennel to bring our puppy to GTMO. Need by Oct. 1. Would greatly appreciate it if someone would help. Please call 3715 AT. FOR SALE Two 5,000 BTU a/cs, $75 ea.; one 12,500 BTU a/c, 1 years old, $250; or $350 for all three. All in excellent condition. Available Aug. 29. Call 2957 AT or 7257 DWH. Puch moped, new in Feb. and very well maintained. Asking $500. Perfect for GTMO. Call 4575 DWH or 3552 AWH. 9'x6' cranberry rug, $50; 12'xl5' blue rug, $125; Girl Scout uniform, size 10, $15. Call 32S" AT. The Daily Gazette Pan-Am Games (UPI)--The swimming competition ends today at the Pan American Games in Carcas, Venezuela, and none too soon for everyone but the United States. Paced by Rick Carey of Mount Kisco, New York, the U.S. was five-for-five in yesterday's gold medal derby. Carey bested his own world record in the 100-meter backstroke with a time of 55.19. In an earlier race, New Jersey's Craig Beardsley fell short of his world record in the 200-meter butterfly, but still beat the Pan Am mark to capture the gold. Another Pan Am record fell when Tiffany Cohen of California took the women's 800-meter freestyle. And, Tracy Caulkins of Nashville came within a breath of her meet record in winning the 200-meter individual medley. The U.S. added its fourth Pan Am record of the day by capturing the women's 100-meter relay. That gives the Americans 21 swimming gold medals, out of a possible 24 contested in the games. In other action yesterday, Greg Louganis completed a diving sweep for the U.S. by winning the men's platform competition, while the rowing team hauled in an additional four gold medals for the U.S. And the women's basketball team defeated Canada 87-79, the baseball team edged Panama 4-3, and welterweight Louis Howard of St. Louis and light-heavy Evander Holyfield of Atlanta moved to the semi-finals in boxing. So, after the first week of competition, the United States is atop the standings with 82 gold medals and 165 overall. Cuba is a distant second with 53 gold and 107 total. Tennis (UPI)--Giant killer Mats Wilander kept rolling yesterday with yet another upset in the $300,000 ATP championship in Kings Island, Ohio. The fourth-seeded Wilander shocked top-ranked John McEnroe in the title match of the ATP by scores of 6-4, 6-3. The Swedish star earned a berth in the final with Saturday's equally surprising win over defending champion Ivan Lendl. Wilander, who is 19 years old today, picked up $48,000 toward the celebration with yesterday's victory. Martina Navratilova is also a wealthier tennis player today. Yesterday, Navratilova defeated Chris Evert Lloyd in the championship match of the Player's Tennis Challenge in Toronto. With the 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 victory, Navratilova took home a check for $42,500. By successfully defending her championship, she also continued her domination of Lloyd, beating Chris for the second time in eight days, and for the eighth time in nine matches. America's Cup (UPI)--Britain's "Victory '83" gained a finals-berth in the America's Cup yesterday with a conv.ncing win over "Canada I" on Rhode Island sound. "Australia II" kept sailing along and eliminated Italy from the list of would-be foreign challengers with a victory over "Azzurra." As it now stands, "Australia II" is 7-1 in semi-final races, while "Victory '83" is 6-2. The finals begin August 28th. Yachts representing the United States had the day off. Racing (UPI)--Cale Yarborough won yesterday's Champion Spark Plug-400 NASCAR race in Brooklyn, Michigan. Yarborough took the lead 25 laps from the end after Richard Petty scraped the wall in the fourth turn. Yarborough completed the 400-mile event 0.8 ahead of Darrell Waltrip. Bill Elliott came in third, with pole-sitter Terry Labonte, fourth. Britain's Jonathan Palmer scored an easy win in the Belgian FormulaII Auto Grand Prix yesterday. The Ralt-Honda driver has 63 world championship points after 11 races and now leads New Zealander Mike Thackwell by an insurmountable 18 points. Thackwell finished second yesterday. The season's final race takes place September 4th in Italy. NFL S por ts Shorts (UPI)--The Philadelphia Eagles went shopping for linebackers when Frank LeMaster and Reggie Wilkes went down in an exhibition game last week. Yesterday, they came up with a new pair. Joel Williams, from the Atlanta Falcons, and Bill Cowher, from the Cleveland Browns, were acquired for undisclosed draft picks. Denver sent six-year veteran defensive end Greg Boyd to Green Bay. In return, the Packers gave up another of those mysterious future undisclosed draft choices. Bronco quarterback Steve Deberg still has problems with a strained groin muscle he hurt in an exhibition game last week. He practiced yesterday against the advice of team trainers. Deberg is battling rookie John Elway for the Broncos' starting position. The Los Angeles Raiders might have to open their season without starting linebacker Bob Nelson. He's got two broken ribs, and doctors say they won't heal by the September 4th opener against Cincinnati. The injury occured in last week's game against the New York Jets. classified Kenmore washer and dryer, $200 for both. 23,500 BTU a/c, $225; 9,800 BTU a/c, $200; 6,300 BTU a/c, $100. BBQ grill, $10. Available Sept. 29. Call 3298 AT. '77 Honda CJ360 motorcycle in very good condition with new tires and very little rust or corrosion. Red color. Call 6260 AWH. CJ-5 Jeep, customized, full roll cage; new paint, floor boards. V-8 304 eng., full high-back seats, excellent condition, $3500. Call Steve at 6385 DWH or 3209 AWH. Woman's Peugeot bicycle, 19" frame, 12-speed, light blue, only two months old, $275 firm. Call 2355 DWH or 2900 AWH. Traffic Safety Brake inspection is your protection Baby wonder chair that 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. r DAILY ENEIR Water Use: 1,004,000C $6,301 Target: 1,000,000C $6,276 Monday, August 22, 1983 PGA (UPI)--Veteran Curtis Strange ended a three-year drought on the PGA tour yesterday with a one-stroke victory in the $300,000 Greater Hartford Open. Strange had a final round of 68 to rest at 16-under-par for the tournament. His 268 total left Jack Renner and Jay Haas tied for second place. Don Pooley was alone in fourth place at the 14under, 270 mark. For strange, the rare victory was worth $54,000. Ayako Okamoto sank a hole-in-one yesterday in the World Championship of Women's Golf. But the effort still left the Japanese player twoshots behind Joanne Carner in the $200,000 tournament. Carner, the defending champion, fired a threeunder-par 69 yesterday to finish with a six-under-par total of 282. The $65,000 top prize was the biggest ever on the women's tour. Pat Bradley was third in the select field of 12 gathered at Shaker Heights, Ohio. Local Briefs There will be a meeting and practice for all girls interested in trying out for the high school softball team this Wednesday, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Cooper Field #1. Peeking around the corner is NFL action.and your chance to get in on some football fun also. September is just a couple of weeks away, and Special Services is accepting rosters for Intercommand Football. Play begins in early September, and the deadline for submitting rosters (18 man limit) is August 26th. For more information, call 2560. How about a chance to get away from GTMO, play some golf, and enjoy stateside activities? Well, the Norfolk Navy Golf Championship is slated for September 13-16, and Special Services is sponsoring a 36-hole, no handicap tournament September 3 & 4. Get out your 2iron, and practice your "wo burner," because sign-ups are d before August 31st, at 4:30 p.m. Call 2560 for more information. 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. Anyone desiring to play tennis for NAVSTA White, please contact YNC Alexander at 4366/4453 DWH, or 3490 AWN prior to September 1st. 19" portable Zenith color TV. Best offer takes it. Call Ray or Gene at 6483/6239 AT. Used Whirlpool dishwasher, good condition, $75; Boy Scout uniform (sizes 12-14), two each of shirts, shorts, trousers, $5 each. Call 2912 AWH. AKC registered black, male cocker spaniel. Good with children. Also have a male cat for free. Call 2976 AT. WGY USAGE Electricity Gallons Use: 291,800 KWH $29,338 Gallons Target: 272,218 $27,370 Use: $35,639 Target: $34,024 1 T -J /1 &


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