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MISSISSIPPI (UPI)--Longtime political observers in Mississippi say
* oday's run-off election to pick
-the Democratic gubernatorial nominee is too close to call. The race pits former Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Gandy against State
Attorney General Bill Allain.
Both out-polled three other opponents in the August 2nd primary, but
failed to win a majority of the
vote, thus prompting the run-off.

(AP)--Democratic presidential hopeful Alan Cranston says he'll be
the "number-one advocate" of peace efforts in.Central America by the
four-nation Contadora group. Cranston has just returned from a fiveday tour of the region, and plans a news conference today to air his criticism of Reagan administration
policies.

(UPI)--More suspicions that the United States had a hand in the
recent coup in Guatemala. Airport
sources in Guatemala City say two U.S. Navy planes made unexplained visits to the Guatemalan air force on the day of the coup. But a U.S.
embassy official says the jets were
there to pick up then-President
Rios Montt for a scheduled tour of She USS Ranger, which was off the ftsoast. The unidentified official says the U.S. had invited officials from several countries to visit the
Ranger.

POLAND (UPI)--A week-long slowdown
at factories across Poland is set
to begin today to protest the
government's refusal to begin talks with Solidarity leader Lech Walesa.
But prospects for the slowdown's
success seem uncertain. Many workers in Gdansk and Warsaw are hesitant about taking part. Even Walesa
confessed to some doubts yesterday,
telling reporters, "We don't know
how to perform (in a slowdown)."

(UPI)--UN Secretary-General Javier
Perez de Cuellar meets today in
Cape Town with South African Prime
Minister Pieter Botha and senior
officials to discuss the delays in
Namibian peace talks. Perez de
Cuellar's chief task is to persuade
South Africa to give up its rule over Namibia, also known as South
West Africa.

(AP)--The president has a bit of ork to do if he hopes to repair elations with feminist leaders.
Just yesterday, a woman who was
hired to review laws for evidence
of sex discrimination resigned from
the Justice Department. Barbara
Honegger accused Reagan of reneging
on his commitment ot get rid of discriminatory laws. Feminist
leaders say Honegger's charges confirm their suspicions that Reagan
is giving lip service to women's
issues. But the top woman at the
Republican National Committee,
Betty Heitman, says Honegger just
didn't give Reagan a chance.

CHICAGO (AP)--Authorities, and
residents, of a quiet working class
area near Chicago are concerned
about a spree of violence that
claimed 16 lives this summer. Two
people were killed yesterday, marking the county's fifth mulitple murder in two months. Police do
not rule out the possibility that a mad killer may be on the loose.


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



Volume 38 Number 161 Tuesday, August 23, 1983




Aquino murder sparks nationwide ire; Marcos blamed


(AP)--Four cities (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago) saw demonstrations yesterday against Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos.
This, following the assassination of his leading political opponent, Benigno Aquino as he arrived in Manila Sunday following a threeyear stay in the U.S.
In Chicago, a coalition of groups says it'll stage a nine-day vigil at the Philippine Consulate. And in San Francisco, Mayor Dianne Feinstein says she might rethink her city's sister relationship with Manila following the shooting of Aquino.

'Jane's' says Congress


Harms defense policy

(UPI)--The new edition of Jane's Fighting Ships, the standard reference book on the world's navies, says America's defense policy is harmed by what it suggests is an overly critical Congress.
In an editorial foreword, Captian John Moore says senior Pentagon officials are spending more and more time on Capitol Hill defending their programs and proposals.
The book says U.S. Navy offciials have to contend with a tendency by Congress to nit-pick and lose sight of the value of main proposals.

U.S. Navy warships set

For military exercises
(UPI)--They're real warships, but the battles they're scheduled to be fighting over the next month are only fakes.
Some 32 warships, mostly U.S. vessels, will be involved in the Caribbean readiness exercises. The Navy says most of the exercises will be held near Puerto Rico. But some of the war games will be held off the coast of Central America.
That's likely to be seen as part of the Reagan administration's show of force aimed at discouraging outside support for leftist insurgents in the region.
Authorities in El Salvador say guerrillas have kidnapped the conservative mayor of a town north of the capital.
Officials say the weekend incident was the second such kidnapping in a two-day period. Meanwhile, parts of two provinces are without electricity following a dynamite attack on power lines.

AT&T: Normal routine?
(UPI)--The main union involved in the telephone strike hopes to end the walkout by Thursday.
A spokesman for the Communications Workers of America says local bargaining units are being urged to wrap up their business by midnight tomorrow. Once that happens, 675,000 operators and technicians can begin returning to work.
A tentative contract with AT&T was reached Sunday and will be voted on by the rank-and-file.
But while the CWA spokesman says the ballot will take a while, he says it should not prolong the strike.
The deadline for formal approval of the new three-year pact is October 8th. It calls for a 16 percent wage hike.


But Marcos denies that government security forces were responsible for the shooting of Aquino.
And Marcos says Aquino's killing may have been designed to embarrass the government.
A White House spokesman is calling for a thorough investigation into the killing. But spokesman Larry Speakes says there's been no change in President Reagan's plan to visit the Philippines in November.

Meanwhile, Philippine Communists today rejected charges they were behind the murder of Aquino.
The National Democratic Front, a coalition that includes the outlawed Communist party, denied accusations made yesterday by President Marcos.
In a statement, the group says the National People's Army, the military arm of the Communist parHeat wave causes school


ty, even offered protection to Aquino, and called hima "martyr to the cause of democracy and freedom."
Funeral set for Sunday
Marcos has condemned the airport murder, but opposition leaders still question how a gunman was allowed to get so close to Aquino. The gunman, who was killed after he shot Aquino, remains unidentified.
Today, Aquino's widow, Corazon, will travel to the Philippines from her home in Newton, Massachusetts, to attend her husband's funeral, set for Sunday.
In a broadcast interview, she declined comment on speculation the Philippine government might be responsible for her husband's death. But she noted security arrangements for her husband seemed lighter than in the past.

closings, crop disasters


(AP)--Public swimming pools in One agriculture agent in North Baltimore are staying open a week Carolina calls the heatwave a dislater than usual. Public schools aster for farmers in the southeast. in Nashville are closed, and of- Meanwhile, southeast Texas is ficials say they'll stay that way coming off another disaster, hurfor the time being. ricane "Alicia," and the searing
The unusual scheduling is due to heat isn't helping matters.
a heat wave that's scorching the An estimated 200,000 people are
_southeast and the midwest. At without electricity in the 90-plus least eight heat-related deaths temperatures. And although utility have been reported since the week- officials say a repair crew of end. 3,800 people is on duty, it may
The sizzling temperatures getting be weeks before full service is children an unofficial school vac- restored. ation are sending some Kentucky The heat and the lack of electobacco farmers into the fields tricity has meant a boom for the early. That from a crop reporting ice industry in Houston. The sales serivce, which says the harvest has director for one company says, begun early because the tobacco "You could probably sell a million leaves are drying up. bags right now."

Israeli troops to 'pull back' from Shouf mountains


TEL AVIV (AP)--Israel radio is quoting sources in Beirut as saying Israeli troops will start pulling back from Lebanon's central mountains this coming Sunday.
According to the report, U.S. envoy Robert McFarlane is trying desperately to work out an agreement under which the Lebanese army would take over the areas to be left by the Israelis.
The Druse militiamen who've been battling Christians in the


mountains have said they won't allow the Lebanese army to move in without a prior agreement.
Israel's plan to pull its troops back closer to its own border with Lebanon has sparked fears that Lebanon will ultimately be partitioned.
Israel has said it won't completely pull its troops out until Syria does the same. But the Syrian government has rejected the U.S. sponsored withdrawal agreement.


Home buyers get good news: Interest rates drop


WASHINGTON (UPI)--The interest rate for federally-backed veterans administration and federal housing administration mortgages is down one-half point to 13 percent, effective today, and that's good news for many home-buyers.
The government says the drop
is largely thanks to money market improvements.
The lowered rate ends a summer trend of increases which raised


fears the housing boom could be stifled.
The rate was as low as 11.5 percent, until June 7th. Another sign of the economy's direction comes from the Labor Department today.
The department releases the July consumer price index, which, according to many analysts, will show a 0.3 percent increase, nearly the same as June's 0.2 gain.


American Legion to hear Reagan on arms reduction


(UPI)--President Reagan flies from Los Angeles to Seattle today to speak to the American Legion convention on a topic that's sure to be of interest to delegates.
Reagan will emphasize what the White House describes as the administration's commitment to a strong national defense as well as arms reduction.
White House spokesman Larry Speakes says the president will also talk about U.S. policies in world trouble spots, such as Central America and Chad.


Reagan is spending most of his vacation week in Los Angeles, where he'll address a Hispanic business group on Thursday. The president plans a return to the White House on Labor Day. Meanwhile, an official says the Reagan administration is considering the withdrawal of two "AWACS" radar planes that were sent to north Africa to monitor fighting in Chad.

The official says the planes havi "achieved their goals."


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School is starting Aug. 29 so GTMC residents should plan for slight delays in getting to work in the mornings. For the safety of the children, the speed limit from Nob Hill to Marine Site will be 15 miles per hour between 7:15 and 8 a.m. and between 1:45 and 2:30 p.m. During these times there will be at least one patrol unit present to ensure compliance with the speed limit. From 7 to 7:30 a.m. there also will be a patrolman directing traffic at the high school to minimize traffic delays at that point. Your cooperation and concern for the children's safety is greatly appreciated.

Housing Entitlement: If you live in Navy Family Housing and your dependents leave GTMO and do not intend to return, or if they leave GTMO and do not return within 90 days, you will have to move out of the quarters. The Housing Office must be notified immediately of any change in your dependency status.


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


The Daily Gazette



Special Announcements


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.


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Club Activities


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.


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.


The Socializers Club and Caribbean Electronics will present "A Night of Jazz" Sunday, Aug. 28, on the Socializers' patio from 4 until 10. Sugar Bear will treat us to some of the best sounds of the 70s and 80s. Light refreshment will be provided. Members and guests are invited.

There will be a CPO Advisory Board meeting at 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, in the Harbor Lights Lounge. Final plans for the CPO initiation, planned for Sept. 17, will be discussed. Remember, if you're a sponsor for a selectee, you have to submit the required initiation information sheets for your selectee to DPC Wilt prior to this meeting.

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.


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The Comnissioned 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.

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 I 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 Marine Corps Exchange's main store will be closed Sept. 7-10 fo- inventory.T iMarine Mini Y;art will be closed Sept. 6 for inventory.

The Marine Corps Exchange will be close-- Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5.


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The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a grand opening in Toyland August 30. Come and pick out that special toy for each of those young ones on your list. We have a layaway plan for your convenience.

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

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.

Wanted: Teachers to teach English, math and reading for Navy Campus Functional Skills Program.
Must have current teaching certificate in these or related fields. For more information contact Vaunda Logan at 2575.

Free refresher classes in English, reading and math offered by Navy Campus Functional Skills Program.
For more information, contact Vaunda Logan at 2575.


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The Kountry Kitchen will be closed for the entire month of September because of the fumigation of the hangar and much-needed repair work to be done in the Kountry Kitchen itself. However, cold sandwiches will be sold in the hangar area.

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.

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

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Tuesday, August 23, 1983


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 Comand 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 Household Goods 6:45-7:00 Daycare 7:00-7:15 Telephone Company 7:15-7:30 Base Police 7:30-8:15 Navy Exchange 8:15-9:15 Survivor Benefits 9:15-9:30 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.


EIGHT MEMBERS OF THE UTILITIES DIVISION OF THE PUBLIC WORKS
Department are promoted to their present ranks by Capt. L. A.
Fermo, Public Works Officer. Left to right, front row, are:
UT2 Edwin G. Aston, EN2 Jeffrey G. Hyde, CE2 Deanna J. Wubben,
UT2 Robert R. Prikosovits, CE3 John L. Talbott and Capt. Fermo.
Back row: CE3 Jeffrey L. Joyner, UT2 David A. Marr and UT3
Melvin Walker. (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.


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NAF-17-83 CUSTODIDAL WORKER, LWG/NA3566-1 (FT & PT)
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The Daily Gazette


_ k Your ekiNg Tatement Checking Your Checking Statement


Many people who work very hard
for their money and budget it carefully each month remain careless about auditing their monthly bank statements.
"It always amazes me how many people don't bother to go over their checking statements each month," says Bill G. Prince, a Banking Advisor for the American Bankers Association (ABA). "In a way, it's a compliment to the banking profession that people assume the bank's computers do not make mistakes. But if you are not careful about your monthly statements, you might let some of your own errors slip by, as well as a banking error. And you always run the risk of not knowing if someone has altered or forged your checks."

Know your bank's policy
Prince also suggests you find out about your bank's policy about crediting checks that have not yet cleared, checks that bounce, and what to do if you receive a bad check.
"Don't assume that as soon as you have deposited someone else's check in your account that you can write checks against that amount," says Prince. "Many banks will credit your account immediately but will not allow you to make withdrawals against the deposited check until the check has actually been returned to the checkwriter's bank. Some banks charge your account as much as $5.00 if you try to cash money against a check before it is cleared.
"Others charge your account as much as $15.00 if you deposit a check that bounces. There's a lot of work and expense involved in processing a bounced check or one that has not yet cleared."

Check statement carefully
Here are some other ways to keep careful tabs on your checking account:
1. Audit your monthly statements carefully as soon as you receive them. Notify the bank at once if there is a discrepancy.
2. Keep your unused blank checks in a safe place. Notify the bank


immediately if any checks are lost or stolen.
3. Stop payments on very old or lost checks.
4. Cash or deposit checks as soon as possible. In most states you have 30 days from the date of the check if it was drawn directly to you and at least seven days if it was endorsed to you.
On the back of each monthly
statement you will find simple instructions on how to audit your account and correct any possible errors in subtraction and addition. Before you begin, it's a good idea to re-check each deposit and withdrawal listed in your checkbook for that month.
Sometimes when you're in a hurry you may make an error and throw off the balance. If your bank sends you cancelled checks, go over each one carefully to be certain it's properly documented in your checkbook. Then make note of the checks that are outstanding and note them in the space provided for this on the back of the bank statement.

Perils of joint checking
"If you have a joint checking
account, be very careful to let the other person know the transactions you've made each day," says Prince. "Before you open a joint account, be certain you've worked out a good system of recordkeeping. Otherwise, you run the risk of constantly being overdrawn, or never knowing how much you have in your account."
Many banks are offering a new service called safekeeping of checks. This means the checks are kept by the bank which sends a monthly statement to the customer.
"It's a good way of protecting
cancelled checks and it saves a lot of paperwork and mailing," says Prince. "The checks are microfilmed and stored for safekeeping and can be retrieved upon request. However, this is rarely necessary since the bank statement clearly lists the transaction by number, amount and date. The Internal Revenue Service accepts microfilmed copies of your checks as legal proof of payments."


THREE MEMBERS OF THE LEEWARD Point Division of the Public Works Department are promoted to their present ranks. Left to right, they are: CM3 Robert J. Wilzcynski, BUI Michael A. McGeer and BU3 Thomas J. Hamlin. (Official U.S. Navy photo)


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Animal Control

Base Police will be conducting Animal Control procedures, tonight and tomorrow night (Aug. 23rd and 24th) in the following housing areas:
Oil Point
Chapel Hill
Cuban Village
Jamaican Village
No domestic animals will be allowed to roam free on the base. Please make 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 ensure this.
Reporting wild animals sighted will enhance the effectiveness of the program and allow better response by base police.


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Tuesday, August 23, 1983


Weightlifters stripped of medals for using drugs


(AP)--Four weightlifters from Cuba and Canada were stripped of 11 medals at the Pan American Games yesterday.
The four had used anabolic steroids, and there were signs of more drug troubles. Sources said 14 more athletes could be reprimanded today, including a U.S. weightlifter. And there could be sanctions imposed that would affect eligibility for the olympics. The weightlifters stripped of
medals are olympic champion Daniel Nunez and Alberto Blanco of Cuba, and Michel Viau and Guy Greavetti of Canada.



NFL


Sports


Shorts
(AP)--Denver quarterback Steve Deberg said it felt like he'd been cut when he got the news. Broncos' coach Dan Reeves yesterday named rookie John Elway-the team's starting quarterback.
Reeves said he made the decision now so Elway can start the last pre-season game against Minnesota.
Atlanta tackle Mike Kenn, the league's offensive lineman of the year last season, has ended his 31-day holdout. The three-time pro bowl lineman agreed to report to camp today. The team refused to renegotiate his contract, but there's speculation the Falcons did agree to a contract extension.
Cornerback Rod Perry is back with the Los Angeles Rams. He'd been traded to Detroit Friday, but failed a physical with the Lions. Detroit will get a 1984 draft pick instead of Perry.
Three-year NFL fullback Leon
Perry was cut by the San Francisco 49ers yesterday. And the Philadelphia Eagles released six-year veteran running back Billy Campfield.


FOR SALE
Two 5,000 BTU a/cs for parts, $20 ea.; stereo components, four speakers, pilot amp, superscope AM/FM tuner, turntable, $100; large collection of comics, approx. 1900 issues, most Marvel and DC, $400; Niagra orthopedic recliner, $400; Nikon F2 camera w/three lenses, Sunbeam flash, filters, hard cases, tripod, whole works $600. Call 4887 DWH or 3384 AT.

'81 Suzuki GS550E with adjustable backrest, luggage rack, engine guards, highway bar, quartz halogen driving lights, two helmets extra clutch cable and more, $1500. Contact Sgt. Roberts, Co. L/NSGA, Room 1301.

12'x18' choc. brown carpet, good condition, $175 or best offer; sofa and matching swivel rocker, beige in color, good condition, $300 or best offer. Call 4690 DWH or 3373 AWH and ask for Phil.

Light blue sheer drapes. Make an offer. Call 4203 DWH or 4294 AWH.

23,000 BTU Whirlpool a/c, five years old, good condition; 11,000 BTU Whirlpool a/c, five years old, good condition. Call 4203 DWH or 4294 AWH and make an offer.

Custom-made speakers for disco or home use. Paid $950, will sell for $550. Call Jim Hasan at 2242 DWH or 4915 AWE.

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


In yesterday's competition,
four world record holders combined to set another world record in the men's 400-meter medley. U.S. swimmers Rowdy Gaines, Steve Lundquist, Rick Carey and Matt Gribble set a new mark of 3:40:42.
The U.S. won five gold medals
yesterday, four in swimming. That brings the American total to 176 medals, 87 of them gold.
Two more U.S. boxers moved into the semifinals. All 11 members of the U.S. boxing team have clinched at least bronze medals.
The unbeaten U.S. baseball team downed Venezuela 10-3 as Mark McGwire cracked his sixth homer in five games.

Tennis
(AP)--Chinese defector Hu Na earned her first pro victory last night to highlight the openinground of the $150,000 Virginia Slims tennis tournament.
She routed American Beth Norton, 6-2, 6-1, in the event being staged at Ramapo College in northern New Jersey.
Hu left the Chinese team during the 1982 Federation Cup in Santa Clara, California, sparking diplomatic tension between China and the U.S.

NBA
(AP)--The Portland Trail Blazers asked waivers on veteran guard Don Buse yesterday. Buse came to Portland last January from Indiana.
The Los Angeles Lakers waived
veteran center-forward Dwight Jones yesterday. The 31-year-old Jones was acquired from the Chicago Bulls last February and was used mainly as a backup for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Football
(AP)--An autopsy on Auburn fullback Greg Pratt shows he suffered heat stroke before he collapsed and died Saturday after practice last weekend. Early reports indicated Praff died of a heart attack. But the county coroner says the cardiac arrest was caused by heat stroke. The 20-year-old Pratt reportedly had a difficult time finishing his 440-yard sprints in Saturday's 96-degree heat.


'71 Pontiac, runs good, $700 neg. Call 2602 AT.


Baby items: stroller with net and basket, excellent condition, $25; bath tub, $4; bassinet/portable car bed, bug net, adjustable legs, excellent condition, $25. Will consider best offer on these items. Call 2806 AT.


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.

Record player, $15; AM/FM stereo and record player, $20; Kitchen Magician (new), $6; Clairol Set-toGo hot curlers, $6; bicycle baby carrier (new), $10; basket rack for bike (new), $7; lawn mower (gas), /$35;umbrella stroller, $5; stereo stand (metal), $4; roller skates (like new), size 5-6, $8; baby restraint gate, $3. Call 2117 AWH.


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(UPI)--The Chicago White Sox had just three hits last night. But they made all the difference in the world.
The first hit was Greg Luzinski's 24th homer of the season in the second inning. The third hit was a two-run homer by Julio Cruz in the eighth.

It all added up to a 3-1 victory over Kansas City and the 16th win for Chicago pitcher Lamarr Hoyt, and that's tops in the majors. And speaking of tops, the White Sox now lead the second-place Royals by a whopping nine games in the AL West.

In the AL East, it's another
story. The Milwaukee Brewers have a one-half game edge over Baltimore in that sizzling race. The Brewers crept into first-place by edging Seattle 3-2, last night on Robin Yount's homer in the bottom of the 10th inning.

In other games, Texas whipped Detroit, 3-1, California took Cleveland 7-3, Oakland trimmed the Yankees, 3-2 in 14 innings, and Boston defeated Toronto, 4-2.

In the NL, the Los Angeles Dodgers kept their pennant drive going in the Western Division at the expense of Montreal's hopes in the East.

The Dodgers won their sixthstraight game by dropping the Expos, 4-1. The victory moves Los Angeles to within three games of front-running Atlanta. Jerry Reuss checked Montreal on six hits, while Mike Marshall drove in two-runs with a single and a homer.

Elsewhere, the abbreviated
schedule found the Chicago Cubs blanking Cincinnati, 2-0, San Diego nipping the New York Mets, 4-3, and San Francisco downing Philadelphia, 11-5.


Johnson 40 hp electric start outboard motor. First $600 takes it off the boat. For demonstration run, call 2478 AWE.

9'x6' cranberry rug, $50; 12'x15' blue rug, $125; Girl Scout uniform, size 10, $15. Call 325, AT.

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


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Water

Use: 1,061,000 $6,658

Target: 1,000,000

$6,276


Local Briefs

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

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

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.

The Yatera-Seca Golf Association will sponsor a Jack 'n Jill tournament this Sunday, August 28th. Sign-up will be at the golf course pro shop prior to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, with a shot gun start and tee-off at 9 a.m. Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place teams. Prizes also will be awarded to the ladies and men's longest drive and closest to the pin. Entry fee is $5 for members and $7 for non-members.

Racquet Club

The mixed doubles tennis tournament this past weekend was a battle of wit and skill.
In Division I, Bob and Kathy Rohe took first place against Jim and Sharon Clark, 4-6, 7-6 and 6-4. Greg and Marybeth Bennett won the consolation match against Dick Garcia and Jean Thompson, 3-6, 6-3, 6-0.
In Division II, Chuck and Connie Rosecrans walked away with first place with a forfeit. They were leading 5-3 in the first set against Jim Thomas and Marylen Fitzgerald when Jim Thomas injured his back.
Carl and Sheryl Smith took the consolation match against James Hayden and Martha Stout, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4.


RCA video disc player with 32 movies. Lots of James Bond, Clint Eastwood, comedy. Worth over $1200, will accept any reasonable offer. Call Sgt. Bebb at 2121 DWH.


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

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.

FREE
I have two puppies that need a home. They are mixed breed, both females. Call 2293 AWH.


RGY USAGE

Electricity

0 Gallons Use: 291,900 KWH $29,348


Gallons Target: 272,218 $27,370


Use: $36,006 Target: $34,j24


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Energy Tip of the Day If you are considering buying a dishwasher, look for a model with air power and/or overnight dry setting. These features automatically turn off the dishwasher after the rinse cycle. This can save up to 10 percent of your dishwashing energy cost. News Digest MISSISSIPPI (UPI)--Longtime political observers in Mississippi say today's run-off election to pick the Democratic gubernatorial nominee is too close to call. The race pits former Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Gandy against State Attorney General Bill Allain. Both out-polled three other opponents in the August 2nd primary, but failed to win a majority of the vote, thus prompting the run-off. (AP)--Democratic presidential hopeful Alan Cranston says he'll be the "number-one advocate" of peace efforts in Central America by the four-nation Contadora group. Cranston has just returned from a fiveday tour of the region, and plans a news conference today to air his criticism of Reagan administration policies. (UPI)--More suspicions that the United States had a hand in the recent coup in Guatemala. Airport sources in Guatemala City say two U.S. Navy planes made unexplained visits to the Guatemalan air force on the day of the coup. But a U.S. embassy official says the jets were there to pick up then-President Rios Montt for a scheduled tour of the USS Ranger, which was off the oast. The unidentified official says the U.S. had invited officials from several countries to visit the Ranger. POLAND (UPI)--A week-long slowdown at factories across Poland is set to begin today to protest the government's refusal to begin talks with Solidarity leader Lech Walesa. But prospects for the slowdown's success seem uncertain. Many workers in Gdansk and Warsaw are hesitant about taking part. Even Walesa confessed to some doubts yesterday, telling reporters, "We don't know how to perform (in a slowdown)." (UPI)--UN Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar meets today in Cape Town with South African Prime Minister Pieter Botha and senior officials to discuss the delays in Namibian peace talks. Perez de Cuellar's chief task is to persuade South Africa to give up its rule over Namibia, also known as South West Africa. (AP)--The president has a bit of ork to do if he hopes to repair elations with feminist leaders. Just yesterday, a woman who was hired to review laws for evidence of sex discrimination resigned from the Justice Department. Barbara Honegger accused Reagan of reneging on his commitment ot get rid of discriminatory laws. Feminist leaders say Honegger's charges confirm their suspicions that Reagan is giving lip service to women's issues. But the top woman at the Republican National Committee, Betty Heitman, says Honegger just didn't give Reagan a chance. CHICAGO (AP)--Authorities, and residents, of a quiet working class area near Chicago are concerned about a spree of violence that claimed 16 lives this summer. Two people were killed yesterday, marking the county's fifth mulitple murder in two months. Police do not rule out the possibility that a mad killer may be on the loose. GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 161 Tuesday, August 23, 1983 Aquino murder sparks nationwide ire; Marcos blamed (AP)--Four cities (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago) saw demonstrations yesterday against Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. This, following the assassination of his leading political opponent, Benigno Aquino as he arrived in Manila Sunday following a threeyear stay in the U.S. In Chicago, a coalition of groups says it'll stage a nine-day vigil at the Philippine Consulate. And in San Francisco, Mayor Dianne Feinstein says she might rethink her city's sister relationship with Manila following the shooting of Aquino. 'Jane's' says Congress Harms defense policy (UPI)--The new edition of Jane's Fighting Ships, the standard reference book on the world's navies, says America's defense policy is harmed by what it suggests is an overly critical Congress. In an editorial foreword, Captian John Moore says senior Pentagon officials are spending more and more time on Capitol Hill defending their programs and proposals. The book says U.S. Navy officials have to contend with a tendency by Congress to nit-pick and lose sight of the value of main proposals. U.S. Navy warships set For military exercises (UPI)--They're real warships, but the battles they're scheduled to be fighting over the next month are only fakes. Some 32 warships, mostly U.S. vessels, will be involved in the Caribbean readiness exercises. The Navy says most of the exercises will be held near Puerto Rico. But some of the war games will be held off the coast of Central America. That's likely to be seen as part of the Reagan administration's show of force aimed at discouraging outside support for leftist insurgents in the region. Authorities in El Salvador say guerrillas have kidnapped the conservative mayor of a town north of the capital. Officials say the weekend incident was the second such kidnapping in a two-day period. Meanwhile, parts of two provinces are without electricity following a dynamite attack on power lines. AT&T: Normal routine? (UPI)--The main union involved in the telephone strike hopes to end the walkout by Thursday. A spokesman for the Communications Workers of America says local bargaining units are being urged to wrap up their business by midnight tomorrow. Once that happens, 675,000 operators and technicians can begin returning to work. A tentative contract with AT&T was reached Sunday and will be voted on by the rank-and-file. But while the CWA spokesman says the ballot will take a while, he says it should not prolong the strike. The deadline for formal approval of the new three-year pact is October 8th. It calls for a 16 percent wage hike. But Marcos denies that government security forces were responsible for the shooting of Aquino. And Marcos says Aquino's killing may have been designed to embarrass the government. A White House spokesman is calling for a thorough investigation into the killing. But spokesman Larry Speakes says there's been no change in President Reagan's plan to visit the Philippines in November. Meanwhile, Philippine Communists today rejected charges they were behind the murder of Aquino. The National Democratic Front, a coalition that includes the outlawed Communist party, denied accusations made yesterday by President Marcos. In a statement, the group says the National People's Army, the military arm of the Communist parHeat wave causes school (AP)--Public swimming pools in Baltimore are staying open a week later than usual. Public schools in Nashville are closed, and officials say they'll stay that way for the time being. The unusual scheduling is due to a heat wave that's scorching the southeast and the midwest. At least eight heat-related deaths have been reported since the weekend. The sizzling temperatures getting children an unofficial school vacation are sending some Kentucky tobacco farmers into the fields early. That from a crop reporting serivce, which says the harvest has begun early because the tobacco leaves are drying up. ty, even offered protection to Aquino, and called him a "martyr to the cause of democracy and freedom." Funeral set for Sunday Marcos has condemned the airport murder, but opposition leaders still question how a gunman was allowed to get so close to Aquino. The gunman, who was killed after he shot Aquino, remains unidentified. Today, Aquino's widow, Corazon, will travel to the Philippines from her home in Newton, Massachusetts, to attend her husband's funeral, set for Sunday. In a broadcast interview, she declined comment on speculation the Philippine government might be responsible for her husband's death. But she noted security arrangements for her husband seemed lighter than in the past. closings, crop disasters One agriculture agent in North Carolina calls the heatwave a disaster for farmers in the southeast. Meanwhile, southeast Texas is coming off another disaster, hurricane "Alicia," and the searing heat isn't helping matters. An estimated 200,000 people are without electricity in the 90-plus temperatures. And although utility officials say a repair crew of 3,800 people is on duty, it may be weeks before full service is restored. The heat and the lack of electricity has meant a boom for the ice industry in Houston. The sales director for one company says, "You could probably sell a million bags right now." Israeli troops to 'pull back' from Shout mountains TEL AVIV (AP)--Israel radio is quoting sources in Beirut as saying Israeli troops will start pulling back from Lebanon's central mountains this coming Sunday. According to the report, U.S. envoy Robert McFarlane is trying desperately to work out an agreement under which the Lebanese army would take over the areas to be left by the Israelis. The Druse militiamen who've been battling Christians in the mountains have said they won't allow the Lebanese army to move in without a prior agreement. Israel's plan to pull its troops back closer to its own border with Lebanon has sparked fears that Lebanon will ultimately be partitioned. Israel has said it won't completely pull its troops out until Syria does the same. But the Syrian government has rejected the U.S. sponsored withdrawal agreement. Home buyers get good news: Interest rates drop WASHINGTON (UPI)--The interest rate for federally-backed veterans administration and federal housing administration mortgages is down one-half point to 13 percent, effective today, and that's good news for many home-buyers. The government says the drop is largely thanks to money market improvements. The lowered rate ends a summer trend of increases which raised fears the housing boom could be stifled. The rate was as low as 11.5 percent, until June 7th. Another sign of the economy's direction comes from the Labor Department today. The department releases the July consumer price index, which, according to many analysts, will show a 0.3 percent increase, nearly the same as June's 0.2 gain. American Legion to hear Reagan on arms reduction (UPI)--President Reagan flies from Los Angeles to Seattle today to speak to the American Legion convention on a topic that's sure to be of interest to delegates. Reagan will emphasize what the White House describes as the administration's commitment to a strong national defense as well as arms reduction. White House spokesman Larry Speakes says the president will also talk about U.S. policies in world trouble spots, such as Central America and Chad. Reagan is spending most of his vacation week in Los Angeles, where he'll address a Hispanic business group on Thursday. The president plans a return to the White House on Labor Day. Meanwhile, an official says the Reagan administration is considering the withdrawal of two "AWACS" radar planes that were sent to north Africa to monitor fighting in Chad. The official says the planes have "achieved their goals."

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Page 2 LOOK FOR OF TE WEEK BEERISODA 10% OFF SELECTED BRANDS WINDWARD & LEEWARD MINI MARTS School is starting Aug. 29 so GTMC residents should plan for slight delays in getting to work in the mornings. For the safety of the children, the speed limit from Nob Mill to Marine Site will be 15 miles per hour between 7:15 and 8 a.m. and between 1:45 and 2:30 p.m. During these times there will be at least one patrol unit present to ensure compliance with the speed limit. From 7 to 7:30 a.m. there also will be a patrolman directing traffic at the high school to minimize traffic delays at that point. Your cooperation and concern for the children's safety is greatly appreciated. Housing Entitlement: If you live in Navy Family Housing and your dependents leave GTMO and do not intend to return, or if they leave GTMO and do not return within 90 days, you will have to move out of the quarters. The Housing Office must be notified immediately of any change in your dependency status. Blue Caribe Tuesday, August 23 "JAMAICAN NIGHT" Hot Curried Chicken or Roast Beef Rice with Peas Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea "RUM PUNCH" $6.50 Thursday, August 25 "MEXICAN NIGHT" Taco Plate $4.50 or Enchilada Plate $4.50 or Combination Plate $4.75 Spanish Rice Refried Beans Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea Friday, August 26 "CHEF'S NIGHT" Cornish Game Hen w/Wine Sauce Baked or French Fries Vegetable Salad Bar Rolls with Butter Coffee or Ice Tea $4.50 S T WE DY 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 a ding to the rules and reguations For ship and station espapers a outlined tiS P-35 and under the 5directn of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed Five ties wekly at government expense n governmnt eupment at the Navy Publications and Printing Service ranch ffie, the opinions orsaeet n tm that appear herein a r obe contred aso fic ial ria rfetng the views of COAVABAE or the Dparment of the Nay. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements 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. 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. The Leeward Point Branch of Special Services is now operating under new hours at several locations. The Auto Bobby 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. bulletin board Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strengths and hopes with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. We are self-supporting through our contributions. If you are having a problem with alcohol and desire to stop, call 4648 AT, 3205 AT, or 2511 AT. Alcoholicos Anonimos es una asociaci6n de hombres y Mujeres que Comparten sus experiencias, fuerzas y esperanzas para poder solucionar sus problems comunes, y a la vez ayudar a otros a recuperarse del alcoholismo. El inico requisite para ser miembro es el deseo de dejar de beber. No hay que pagar cuotas para ser miembro. Mantenemos nuestro grupo atraves de nuestras contribuciones. Si usted tiene problems con el alcohol y desea dejar de beber, llame al 4648, 3205, 2511. SPECIAL TIME. OY I.A I 4 OPE14IlI4 9:00 A.M. AUG. 30 NEX MINI MART DON'T LET CHRISTMAS SNEAK UP ON YOU! .SE THE EASY LAYAWAY POLICY TO PUT C:HCULJ DIQTR A Act I AwAA'., Club Activities 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. 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. The Socializers Club and Caribbean Electronics will present "A Night of Jazz" Sunday, Aug. 28, on the Socializers' patio from 4 until 10. Sugar Bear will treat us to some of the best sounds of the 70s and 80s. Light refreshment will be provided. Members and guests are invited. There will be a CPO Advisory Board meeting at 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, in the Harbor Lights Lounge. Final plans for the CPO initiation, planned for Sept. 17, will be discussed. Remember, if you're a sponsor for a selectee, you have to submit the required initiation information sheets for your selectee to DPC Wilt prior to this meeting. 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. INFLATION FIGHTER'S scen FOOD SERVICES J P 1 $1.00 OFFPIZ CHICKEN AND PI ZA HOME DELIVERY GOOD FROM AUG.24?1 1983 $a.OO OFF ANY l150ORDER CH COR NLY ONEOP ------------------------Tuesday, August 23, 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 The Kountry Kitchen will be closed for the entire month of September because of the fumigation of the hangar and much-needed repair work to be done in the Kountry Kitchen itself. However, cold sandwiches will be sold in the hangar area. 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. "Free Jazzasize" at the Leeward Point BOQ on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights at 7:00. Everyone is invited. Just drop by. Exchange Notes The Marine Corps Exchange's main store will he closed Sept. 7-10 for inventory. TheMarine Mini Part will be closed Sept. 6 for inventory. The Marine Corps Exchange will be closed Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5. The Christmas holiday is just around the corner. Would you like to send a beautiful, fresh balsam wreath to your family and friends anywhere in the continental United States this Christmas? Your decorated 22" wreath and personalized gift card will be delivered to their door for the holidays. Drop by the NEX Personalized Services Center and place your order today. This special offer will be available until October 15th. The Marine Corps Exchange will be having a grand opening in Toyland August 30. Come and pick out that special toy for each of those young ones on your list. We have a layaway plan for your convenience. Educational Notes Additional information on the Golden Gate MS degree in Human Relations has been received at Navy Campus. Anyone who has not received information in the mail and who has a BA or BS degree should contact Ms. Reynolds at 4769. 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. Wanted: Teachers to teach English, math and reading for Navy Campus Functional Skills Program. Must have current teaching certificate in these or related fields. For more information contact Vaunda Logan at 2575. Free refresher classes in English, reading and math offered by Navy Campus Functional Skills Program. For more information, contact Vaunda Logan at 2575. 4 r

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Tuesday, August 23, 1983 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) Special Services and Telephone Services Coffee and cold beverages will be served. For additional information, contact Pat Kitzmiller at 4575. 8:40-9:05 Housing 9:05-9:30 Legal Services Wednesday, Aug. 24 6:30-6:45 Household Goods 6:45-7:00 Daycare 7:00-7:15 Telephone Company 7:15-7:30 Base Police 7:30-8:15 Navy Exchange 8:15-9:15 Survivor Benefits 9:15-9:30 Awarding of Certificates will provide handouts. Warren at 2227 or Mike -I EIGHT MEMBERS OF THE UTILITIES DIVISION OF THE PUBLIC WORKS Department are promoted to their present ranks by Capt. L. A. Fermo, Public Works Officer. Left to right, front row, are: UT2 Edwin G. Aston, EN2 Jeffrey G. Hyde, CE2 Deanna J. Wubben, UT2 Robert R. Prikosovits, CE3 John L. Talbott and Capt. Fermo. Back row: CE3 Jeffrey L. Joyner, UT2 David A. Marr and UT3 Melvin Walker. (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 CLOSING DATE COMMAND NAF-53-83 CUSTODIAL WORKER, LWG/NA29 August 1983 S/S 3566-02 (FULL TIME) READVERTISED; 267-83-A 271-83-A 272-83-A O NAF-51-83-A BUDGET ANALYST, GS/LGS29 August 1983 SIMA 560-07/09 or GS/LGS-560-09 ASPHALT WORKER, LWG-365329 August 1983 PWD 07 (TEMP NTE 1 Yr) ASPHALT WORKER, LG-3652-07 29 August 1983 PWD WAREHOUSE WORKER, LWG-690729 August 1983 CPO 6 (FULL TIME) The following positions are permanent registers: 46-83 18-83 96-83 NAF-17-83 NAF-19-83 NAF-20-83 CLERK TYPIST, GS/LGS-322-03 (Kelly Girl) FIREFIGHTER, (Structural), PS081-03 SALES STORE CHECKER, LGS/GS2091-03 (Intermittent) CUSTODIDAL WORKER, LWG/NA3566-1 (FT & PT) CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, PS0189-02 (Intermittent) CHILD CARE ATTENDANT, PS0189-01 (Intermittent & PT) OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN All Commands Fire Dept. Commissary UOPH S/S S/S 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 Many people who work very hard for their money and budget it carefully each month remain careless about auditing their monthly bank statements. "It always amazes me how many people don't bother to go over their checking statements each month," says Bill G. Prince, a Banking Advisor for the American Bankers Association (ABA). "In a way, it's a compliment to the banking profession that people assume the bank's computers do not make mistakes. But if you are not careful about your monthly statements, you might let some of your own errors slip by, as well as a banking error. And you always run the risk of not knowing if someone has altered or forged your checks." Know your bank's policy Prince also suggests you find out about your bank's policy about crediting checks that have not yet cleared, checks that bounce, and what to do if you receive a bad check. "Don't assume that as soon as you have deposited someone else's check in your account that you can write checks against that amount," says Prince. "Many banks will credit your account immediately but will not allow you to make withdrawals against the deposited check until the check has actually been returned to the checkwriter's bank. Some banks charge your account as much as $5.00 if you try to cash money against a check before it is cleared. "Others charge your account as much as $15.00 if you deposit a check that bounces. There's a lot of work and expense involved in processing a bounced check or one that has not yet cleared." Check statement carefully Here are some other ways to keep careful tabs on your checking account: 1. Audit your monthly statements carefully as soon as you receive them. Notify the bank at once if there is a discrepancy. 2. Keep your unused blank checks in a safe place. Notify the bank THREE MEMBERS OF THE LEEWARD Point Division of the Public Works Department are promoted to their present ranks. Left to right, they are: CM3 Robert J. Wilzcynski, BU1 Michael A. McGeer and BU3 Thomas J. Hamlin. (Official U.S. Navy photo) Animal Control Base Police will be conducting Animal Control procedures, tonight and tomorrow night (Aug. 23rd and 24th) in the following housing areas: Oil Point Chapel Hill Cuban Village Jamaican Village No domestic animals will be allowed to roam free on the base. Please make 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 ensure this. Reporting wild animals sighted will enhance the effectiveness of the program and allow better response by base police. immediately if any checks are lost or stolen. 3. Stop payments on very old or lost checks. 4. Cash or deposit checks as soon as possible. In most states you have 30 days from the date of the check if it was drawn directly to you and at least seven days if it was endorsed to you. On the back of each monthly statement you will find simple instructions on how to audit your account and correct any possible errors in subtraction and addition. Before you begin, it's a good idea to re-check each deposit and withdrawal listed in your checkbook for that month. Sometimes when you're in a hurry you may make an error and throw off the balance. If your bank sends you cancelled checks, go over each one carefully to be certain it's properly documented in your checkbook. Then make note of the checks that are outstanding and note them in the space provided for this on the back of the bank statement. Perils of joint checking "If you have a joint checking account, be very careful to let the other person know the transactions you've made each day," says Prince. "Before you open a joint account, be certain you've worked out a good system of recordkeeping. Otherwise, you run the risk of constantly being overdrawn, or never knowing how much you have in your account." Many banks are offering a new service called safekeeping of checks. This means the checks are kept by the bank which sends a monthly statement to the customer. "It's a good way of protecting cancelled checks and it saves a lot of paperwork and mailing," says Prince. "The checks are microfilmed and stored for safekeeping and can be retrieved upon request. However, this is rarely necessary since the bank statement clearly lists the transaction by number, amount and date. The Internal Revenue Service accepts microfilmed copies of your checks as legal proof of payments." 41 "Oh. it's \ou. Sir 1 gave nwt quite a turn Checkng Yor cin SeTeIntBA Checking Your Checking Statement The Daily Gazette Page 3 : .; 1

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Page 4 The D Weightlifters stripped of medals for using drugs (AP)--Four weightlifters from Cuba and Canada were stripped of 11 medals at the Pan American Games yesterday. The four had used anabolic steroids, and there were signs of more drug troubles. Sources said 14 more athletes could be reprimanded today, including a U.S. weightlifter. And there could be sanctions imposed that would affect eligibility for the olympics. The weightlifters stripped of medals are olympic champion Daniel Nunez and Alberto Blanco of Cuba, and Michel Viau and Guy Greavetti of Canada. NFL Sports Shorts (AP)--Denver quarterback Steve Deberg said it felt like he'd been cut when he got the news. Broncos' coach Dan Reeves yesterday named rookie John Elway the team's starting quarterback. Reeves said he made the decision now so Elway can start the last pre-season game against Minnesota. Atlanta tackle Mike Kenn, the league's offensive lineman of the year last season, has ended his 31-day holdout. The three-time pro bowl lineman agreed to report to camp today. The team refused to renegotiate his contract, but there's speculation the Falcons did agree to a contract extension. Cornerback Rod Perry is back with the Los Angeles Rams. He'd been traded to Detroit Friday, but failed a physical with the Lions. Detroit will get a 1984 draft pick instead of Perry. Three-year NFL fullback Leon Perry was cut by the San Francisco 49ers yesterday. And the Philadelphia Eagles released six-year veteran running back Billy Campfield. FOR SALE Two 5,000 BTU a/cs for parts, $20 ea.; stereo components, four speakers, pilot amp, superscope AM/FM tuner, turntable, $100; large collection of comics, approx. 1900 issues, most Marvel and DC, $400; Niagra orthopedic recliner, $400; Nikon F2 camera w/three lenses, Sunbeam flash, filters, hard cases, tripod, whole works $600. Call 4887 DWH or 3384 AT. '81 Suzuki GS550E with adjustable backrest, luggage rack, engine guards, highway bar, quartz halogen driving lights, two helmets extra clutch cable and more, $1500. Contact Sgt. Roberts, Co. L/NSGA, Room 1301. 12'x18' choc. brown carpet, good condition, $175 or best offer; sofa and matching swivel rocker, beige in color, good condition, $300 or best offer. Call 4690 DWH or 3373 AWE and ask for Phil. Light blue sheer drapes. Make an offer. Call 4203 DWH or 4294 AWH. 23,000 BTU Whirlpool a/c, five years old, good condition; 11,000 BTU Whirlpool a/c, five years old, good condition. Call 4203 DWH or 4294 AWH and make an offer. Custom-made speakers for disco or home use. Paid $950, will sell for $550. Call Jim Hasan at 2242 DWH or 4915 AWH. Woman's Peugeot bicycle, 19" frame, 12-speed, light blue, only two months old, $275 firm. Call 2355 DWH or 2900 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 DW or 3209 AWH. Traffic Safety Keep abreast In yesterday's competition, four world record holders combined to set another world record in the men's 400-meter medley. U.S. swimmers Rowdy Gaines, Steve Lundquist, Rick Carey and Matt Gribble set a new mark of 3:40:42. The U.S. won five gold medals yesterday, four in swimming. That brings the American total to 176 medals, 87 of them gold. Two more U.S. boxers moved into the semifinals. All 11 members of the U.S. boxing team have clinched at least bronze medals. The unbeaten U.S. baseball team downed Venezuela 10-3 as Mark McGwire cracked his sixth homer in five games. Tennis (AP)--Chinese defector Hu Na earned her first pro victory last night to highlight the openinground of the $150,000 Virginia Slims tennis tournament. She routed American Beth Norton, 6-2, 6-1, in the event being staged at Ramapo College in northern New Jersey. Hu left the Chinese team during the 1982 Federation Cup in Santa Clara, California, sparking diplomatic tension between China and the U.S. NBA (AP)--The Portland Trail Blazers asked waivers on veteran guard Don Buse yesterday. Buse came to Portland last January from Indiana. The Los Angeles Lakers waived veteran center-forward Dwight Jones yesterday. The 31-year-old Jones was acquired from the Chicago Bulls last February and was used mainly as a backup for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Football (AP)--An autopsy on Auburn fullback Greg Pratt shows he suffered heat stroke before he collapsed and died Saturday after practice last weekend. Early reports indicated Praff died of a heart attack. But the county coroner says the cardiac arrest was caused by heat stroke. The 20-year-old Pratt reportedly had a difficult time finishing his 440-yard sprints in Saturday's 96-degree heat. '71 Pontiac, runs good, $700 neg. Call 2602 AT. Baby items: stroller with net and basket, excellent condition, $25; bath tub, $4; bassinet/portable car bed, bug net, adjustable legs, excellent condition, $25. Will consider best offer on these items. Call 2806 AT. 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. Record player, $15; AM/FM stereo and record player, $20; Kitchen Magician (new), $6; Clairol Set-toGo hot curlers, $6; bicycle baby carrier (new), $10; basket rack for bike (new), $7; lawn mower (gas), ,$35; umbrella stroller, $5; stereo stand (metal), $4; roller skates (like new), size 5-6, $8; baby restraint gate, $3. Call 2117 AWE. of traffic conditions and laws lily Gazette At The. Park (UPI)--The Chicago White Sox had just three hits last night. But they made all the difference in the world. The first hit was Greg Luzinski's 24th homer of the season in the second inning. The third hit was a two-run homer by Julio Cruz in the eighth. It all added up to a 3-1 victory over Kansas City and the 16th win for Chicago pitcher Lamarr Hoyt, and that's tops in the majors. And speaking of tops, the White Sox now lead the second-place Royals by a whopping nine games in the AL West. In the AL East, it's another story. The Milwaukee Brewers have a one-half game edge over Baltimore in that sizzling race. The Brewers crept into first-place by edging Seattle 3-2, last night on Robin Yount's homer in the bottom of the 10th inning. In other games, Texas whipped Detroit, 3-1, California took Cleveland 7-3, Oakland trimmed the Yankees, 3-2 in 14 innings, and Boston defeated Toronto, 4-2. In the NL, the Los Angeles Dodgers kept their pennant drive going in the Western Division at the expense of Montreal's hopes in the East. The Dodgers won their sixthstraight game by dropping the Expos, 4-1. The victory moves Los Angeles to within three games of front-running Atlanta. Jerry Reuss checked Montreal on six hits, while Mike Marshall drove in two-runs with a single and a homer. Elsewhere, the abbreviated schedule found the Chicago Cubs blanking Cincinnati, 2-0, San Diego nipping the New York Mets, 4-3, and San Francisco downing Philadelphia, 11-5. Johnson 40 hp electric start outboard motor. First $600 takes it off the boat. For demonstration run, call 2478 AWH. 9'x6' cranberry rug, $50; 12'x15' blue rug, $125; Girl Scout uniform, size 10, $15. Call 3252 AT. Puch moped, new in Feb. and very well maintained. Asking $500. Perfect for GTMO. Call 4575 DWH or 3552 AWH. Tuesday, August 23, 1983 Local Briefs Tennis and GTMO seem to go hand and hand. Rosters for Intercommand Tennis being accepted by Special Services through September 2nd (8 person limit). Call 2560 for more details. Peeking around the corner is NFL action.and your chance to get in on some football fun also. September is just a couple of weeks away, and Special Services is accepting rosters for Intercommand Football. Play begins in early September, and the deadline for submitting rosters (18 man limit) is August 26th. For more information, call 2560. 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. The Yatera-Seca Golf Association will sponsor a Jack 'n Jill tournament this Sunday, August 28th. Sign-up will be at the golf course pro shop prior to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, with a shot gun start and tee-off at 9 a.m. Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place teams. Prizes also will be awarded to the ladies and men's longest drive and closest to the pin. Entry fee is $5 for members and $7 for non-members. Racquet Club The mixed doubles tennis tournament this past weekend was a battle of wit and skill. In Division I, Bob and Kathy Rohe took first place against Jim and Sharon Clark, 4-6, 7-6 and 6-4. Greg and Marybeth Bennett won the consolation match against Dick Garcia and Jean Thompson, 3-6, 6-3, 6-0. In Division II, Chuck and Connie Rosecrans walked away with first place with a forfeit. They were leading 5-3 in the first set against Jim Thomas and Marylen Fitzgerald when Jim Thomas injured his back. Carl and Sheryl Smith took the consolation match against James Hayden and Martha Stout, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4. RCA video disc player with 32 movies. Lots of James Bond, Clint Eastwood, comedy. Worth over $1200, will accept any reasonable offer. Call Sgt. Bebb at 2121 DWH. Used Whirlpool dishwasher, good condition, $75; Boy Scout uniforms (sizes 12-14), two each of shirts, shorts, trousers, $5 each. Call 2912 AWH. WANTED 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 AWH. 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. FREE I have two puppies that need a home. They are mixed breed, both females. Call 2293 AWH. Water Use: 1,061,000 Gallons $6,658 Target: 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Use: $36,006 Target: $34,124 Electricity Use: 291,900 KWH $29,348 Target: 272,218 $27,370 classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. Ads are limited to 40 words and published not more than twice weekly per submission. Commercial advertising is prohibited although announcements concerning available services will be permitted but limited to twice monthly. Ads for businesses or services requiring command approval may be required to provide proof of a letter of authority. All ads must be signed by submitter. Ads which discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, or national origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit and rewrite all submissions. (AT=anytime, DWH= during working hours, AWH=after working hours). DAILY ENERGY usAGE .Q L 'n" z


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